Trimble Technical High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1969
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Table of Contents
Teachers and Curriculum
Hall of Fame
Mr. Green B. Trimble Has Played an Integr
Technical, High School is being referred To as
The school' wiTh The "new look." There are many
facTors and a score of dedicaTed people responsible
for This, buT.The- leader in The field is Green B.
Trimble, DirecTor,of VocaTional EducaTion for ForT
WorTh Public Schools.
Mr. Trimble became Technical's firsT principal
in T925. There was To follow' forTy years of hard
work accompanied by many frusTraTions and many
more Triumphs. IT is impossible To separaTe The
sTory of 'Technical's 'growTh from The sTory of Mr.
Trimble's life, for They are The same. r
WhaT was once. a Trade school for boys only,
housed .inanold building .on Texas STreeT, is, To-
day, a comprehensive Technical high school wiTh
2400 boys and girls enrolled in TwenTy-Two voca-
Tional and Technical courses. The planT aT presenT
occupies four blocks, buT iT is being expanded un-
der a building program which is To begin This year.
This vasT program, which 'will QcosT over a million
dollars, has long been a dreamof Mr. Trimble's.
Therefore, iT is mosT fiTTing he parTicipaTe in iTs
In AugusT, I965, Mr. Trimble lefT his posiTion as
Principal of Technical High School in order To de-
voTe all of his Time To being DirecTor of VocaTional
EducaTion. When The Time came To move his office
from Technical To The AdminisTraTion Building, Mr.
Trimble requesTed ThaT he be allowed To work from
an office in The same building where he had spenT
so many years. His reason:
"I wanT To be able To walk Through The halls
and see The familiar faces of Those I've worked
wiTh so long. I wanT To see The sTudenTs as I've
seen Them in The pasT."
The requesT was granTed.
WhaT Mr. Trimble sees, as heuwalks Through
The halls of The school wiTh The "new look," you
will see as you Turn The pages of This T966 annual.
Ie in the Growth of Technical High School
Mr. A. B. 0'Connor Takes
Mr. Albert 0'Connor
Over us Principal
Mr. O'Connor's is not a new face to Technical.
His personality and drive have been a vital part
in the growth of Technical from the time before
he became principal.
Organized, and with a definite goal, he has
moved the faculty, students, and administrators
ahead to bigger and better things.
He is "iust about" the busiest man in the
world, an active member of the community and
church. How he ever finds time to do all his iobs
so well would be a mystery to any who do not
know him. For those who do, his boundless en-
ergy is the reason for his great success as prin-
Constantly in search of the newest and best
for Technical, he keeps pace with the student
body and prepares for tomorrow.
Principal of Technical High School
MR. G. B. TRIMBLE, left, takes advantage
of a quiet moment at football breakfast
to discuss the opening of school with his
successor, Mr. A. B, O'Connor, right. Mrs.
Shirlie Murphy is in background.
MR. MIKE PALMER'S DESK gmay look as
if he'll never get to the bottom of it, but
everyone is convinced that he works mir-
acles in his quiet way.
Mr. W. C. Pate
Co-Ordinator of Liaison and Placement
Training students in specialized skills would not be- very
practical if they could not find jobs to use the skills. Mr.
W. C. Pate fills this most important need. In the year since
he began as iob co-ordinator, he has placed approximately
300 students in part time iobs. This work of Mr. Pate-'s is
iust another way in which Technical High School has taken
on a new look. '
The girls at Tech feel that they are the luckiest in the
world to have Miss Lucy McRoberts as Dean. She is always
the same calm person regardless of the reason for an inter-
view. lt is so important for a teen-age girl to feel that
someone has really listened to her, and as she leaves Miss
McRoberts' office, she knows that someone has.
Teachers and students alike have found Mr.
Mike Palmer so available, when he is needed to
help solve problems whether large or small, that
it is difficult to remember that this is his first
year as First Vice-Principal. He worked out a
revised handbook for teachers before school
opened in September.
Mr. Mike Palmer
Miss Lucy McRoberts
Dean of Girls
Tech Sulutes Mr Alfred Ruler
When the Green Wave Band marches out
onto the football field to do a half time
show, everyone is thrilled with its perform-
ance, but few take time to think about the
hours spent by its director in planning and
teaching, preparatory to each performance.
The audience sees and hears only the result
of much practice and good direction.
Mr. Alfred Riley has been director of
band, chorus, and orchestra at Technical
High School for years. Even though he is
the only teacher to direct all three in any
high school of this size, Mr. Riley has en-
thusiasm and energy enough to go around.
Any band, chorus, or orchestra member says
that Mr. Riley is a perfectionist, and as such,
works hard and expects only the best out of
them. They are all quick to add, however,
that regardless of how hard he works them
they have the very highest respect for him.
To Mr. Alfred Riley, who has done so
much to bring musical recognition to Tech-
nical High School, the staff dedicates this
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Mrs. Faye Casper
Secretory to Principal
Mrs. Evelyn Main
Secretary and Bookkeeper
Miss Willie Mae Jenkins
Secretary and Registrar
Complexities of A Technical School Require Expert Secretaries
N0 ONE, least of all Mrs. Billie Girouard, can ever figure
out how Mr. A. B. O'Connor maintains such an energetic pace.
As Mr. O'Connor's secretary, Mrs. Girouard commonly finds
herself doing many things at the same time. Here she checks
insurance packets while Mr. 0'Connor speaks with an uniden-
MRS. FAYE CASPER MAY BE half buried in requisitions, but
she must drop all of them when the period bell rings in order
to sell school supplies, football tickets, and to minister to the
numerous other needs of students who have only five min-
utes in which to get it all done. lf Mrs. Casper's smile some-
times turns into a growl, it is understandable.
Mrs. Electra Lowery
Mrs. Billie Girouard
Mrs. Bobby Haley
Mrs, Kathleen Morell
Mrs. Nell Stewart
Mrs. Sybal Hobbs
Mr. Pot S. Dodson
Sophomore Counselor L
Miss Lois Gray
Library Gets Air Conditioning
Mr. J. F. Anderson Mrs. Ruth Thompson
Senior Counselor Sophomore Counselor
The duties of a counselor are so varied
that each one of Technical's counselors
needs to be two or three people in one,
because there are over 500 pupils for each
The aims of these counselors are to help
students schedule their subiects, by means
of tests, to select the right vocational field,
and to plan for college. In addition to these
aims, there are many smaller problems that
arise in the every day life of the student
that his adviser helps him with. Technical's
counselors not only have ability, but even
more essential, they have patience.
Football Team I Off To Win Season's First Game
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"STANDING ROOM ONLY" could be used to describe the crowd at this that they've outgrown the auditorium's seating capacity.
first pep rally of the year. The students don't seem to mind the fact
CHEERLEADERS Kay Waldrip and Nina Watkins lead the students
in yelling "Hey Gang."
STUDENTS ENTER AUDITORIUM to the tune of "Fight
Song" played by band with cheerleaders Shirley Sny-
der, Helen Carbaiul, and Vickie Miller keeping time
School begins in September with much en-
thusiosm ond high spirits on the port of oll. A
feeling of optimism torkes over ot the first pep
rollyp oncl everyone enioys the onticipotion of
good times to come, such os tootlooll gomes, vic-
tory clonces, ond, in some instonces, even classes.
Sophomore Chosenos Friendliest Girl
No one can be sure exactly when Howdy Week
was started. It is as much a part of Technical's
tradition as having a Senior Class. Sonny Holmes
was elected Howdy King. His election carried on
the tradition ot electing the friendliest senior
boy. But, precedent was broken when, because
of her winning smile, a sophomore, Susie Se-
peda, was chosen Howdy Queen. The students
of Technical may only hope there will always be
as friendly a "Howdy Week" as there was in '65.
i 15 l
JERRY BARGER is about to exer-
cise one of the most pleasant priv-
ileges of being Student Body Pres-
ident - kissing the newly crowned
SONNY HOLMES AND HEIDE ELLIS
waste no time stepping out to
lead the dance off.
Football Team Enioys Early Morning Breakfast
VIC OFFICERS Lois Jones and Janie Pechacek with sponsor Mrs. Emaline
Johnson look over the table decorations.
Cosmetology VIC girls gave a breakfast for the
football team. they decorated the tables with
miniature goal posts and served a cake iced to
look like a playing field. The expressions on the
boys' faces testify to the loreakfast's success.
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HUNGRY AND A LITTLE SLEEPY, Charles Valdez, Ruben Guaiardo, Larry Jones, Milton
Young, Bruno Hernandez, Thomas Medina, and Danny Gardner file in ready to eat.
A PRINCIPAL A. B. O'Connor may be worrying about the
next game, but Coach Griff Hughes came to eat.
ANY TIME HERBY AND GEORGE are in
the same group there is sure to be a
little "horse pIay." George Taplin wor-
ries about his over-stuffed stomach lleftl
as Burno Hernandez, Freddie Pena and
Bobby Bresino watch. lRightI Herby Gon-
zales takes a goal post while Charlie
Valdez hides behind Robert Escovedo's
iacket. Larry Harris is at extreme right.
THE GIRLS WHO RAN for cheerleader are Diana Vargas, Nancy Tarr, Sherry Roberts, Sandra Bergmann, Susie Stout, Paulette
Camargo, Jodie Henson, Dreda Adkins, Jo Wheeler, Sherry French, Kathy Anderson, Linda Duncan, Sylvia Ruelas, and
Joyce Cavin. .
Sophomores Run For Cheerleader
The Technical cheerleaders are chosen for their
ability to yell, cheer, and smile. The "new look"
gave the cheerleaders an even harder iob this
year- keeping up with the student body. School
spirit charged them with a new vitality.
The cheerleaders attended a special school at
TWC, where they learned many new yells. The
student body, enthusiastic to learn the new yells,
responded favorably to the cheerleaders.
The cheerleaders must not only be physically
fit, but must also have the mental capacity to
give to the students all thequalities of a leader.
I susie ISEPEDA NINA WATKINS ff 1' I vicici MLLER I I CAROL Ross
' Sophomore I Junior Junior SOPIWOFUOFS
I .III :owe The students best be- "I feel honored to be Q Cheer- "I feel I should give my time ond "I owe The sfudenis my best whiclr
- , -CGUSS TI19Y hOdff'p-:POA much Conn- leader and Wm do mY IJSST T0 energy to keep The school spirit is oII I con give."
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Adding color and splendor to the
Green Wave Band, the drum major
and maiorettes entertain during
half time and at pep rallies. The
lasting impression made by the
band is dependent upon its leaders.
This year's Drum Maior stepped out
so smartly as he led the band in its
marching routines that everyone felt
The Maiorettes work hard to
learn new twirling routines. Theirs
is a difficult performance because
they must work as one.
No band could function in an
efficient manner without good of-
ficers to keep it well organized.
A girl and a boy are rewarded
each year for beingthe most con-
genial and adding so much to the
general morale of all. They serve
as sweetheart and favorite until
two more are elected the following
CHERYL WHITELY AND SKIPPER MILLER
Band Sweetheart and Band Favorite
LOUIS VALLE AND PETE VELASQUEZ
Captain and First Lieutenant
Homecoming Gives Technicals Exes A View ol the New Look
SENIOR OFFICERS AND HELPERS began decorating at 5 A.M. on morning JERRY BARGER, Student Body President, looks over the empty seats. He
of Homecoming Day. The cafeteria, resplendent with balloons and white and Miss Beverly Biggs, a senior class sponsor, place their stamp of
tablecloths, braced itself for the onslaught. approval on the soon to be filled auditorium.
THE FACT that there can be only one Homecoming Queen doesn't dim ingl Gloria Bresino, Sharon Davidson, Shirley Snyder, Tina Valdez, and
the smiles of these hopefuls. These senior girls are all happy to have Linda Drake, lkneelingl Sheila Woods, Jody Ortiz, letha Faulkner, and
been nominated. The nominees for 1965 Homecoming Queen are istand- Heide Ellis.
Typicol Sound of Homecoming Begins With
MEMORIES are almost too much for "Ma"
Campbell, as she was affectionately
known to her students before her retire-
ment in 1950. Mr. A. B. O'Connor, Prin-
cipal, is enioying this moment as he en-
ioyed every one of them.
"How Are You Old Boy?"
Few days in the lives of Technical students have more signifi-
cance than Homecoming Day, whether it be the year T955 or
1965. To be at least nominated for Homecoming Queen is a
secret hope in the heart of every sophomore girl as she eagerly
looks forward to her magic year as a senior.
Weeks before the actual day arrives, the whole school hustles
with activity. The school must take a new fresh look for the re-
turning exes. Today's student body must show yesterday's student
body that Technical has not been stan-ding still but is keeping
pace with a fast changing world.
As the day becomes history, memories of the rustle of ribbons
and the tinkle of bells on mums, the reunion of old friends, the
first look at a new addition to the family-- become links with
a past that wi l not soon be forgotten.
T965 WAS A GOOD YEAR for officers for the
Ex-Student Association. Three graduates from
last spring: Doris Hollingsworth, Sandra Reed,
and Carolyn Steinmetz were elected as officers.
George Tippins, who graduated in 1960, was
EX-CHEERLEADERS always 'lead the audience in one yell. This group seems to be having
a little trouble finding a yell that they all remember. Their conversation may have gone
something like this:
Ramon Vega, class of '64, "I think you start with your foot like this."
Marty Sepeda to Sharian Bryant, both from class of '65, "Don't worry, Shariang remem-
ber how we used to fake it."
Dwight Cox, class of '64, "What am I doing up here? I don't know any more about it
now than I used to."
Sheryl O'Connor, class of '64, and Gary Esters, class of '64, both think that they will iust
walt the thing out and play it by ear.
NO HOMECOMING PEP RALLY is com-
plete without the traditional "Baby Pa-
rade." The only thing different about this
particular baby is that he is a senior
cheerleader and seems to be leading
Mama rather than the other way around.
It could be that Larry Vann wants to get
Mrs. Vann across and out of the way.
ONE GROUP of ex-cheerleaders may be having
trouble getting started, but not Marilyn Miller from
the class of '63. She seems as natural with her
cheerleading as she was two years ago.
Surprises In Store For Homecoming Audience
MRS. FRANCES BLAIR CLEVELAND, Class of 1958, WILLIE BLACK scored a big hit when he sang "Big Dog! Little Dogl BuIldogl", a
was presented as Coming Home Queen. Mrs. Cleve- parody he wrote using the Arkansas Razorback Fight Song. He is accompanied by
land is a Homemaking teacher in Technical High Carol Mclaughlin and Carla Christian.
THE LONG AWAITED MOMENT when Homecoming Queen is
announced- Jerry Barger crowns Queen Kay Waldrip as her
escort, Johnny O'Grady, stands by.
PROUDLY WATCHING the crowning are Princess Tina Valdez with escort Jesse
Martinez, and Princess Shirley Snyder with escort Larry Jones.
Half-time Game Ceremony and Dance
Ring Down Curtain on i965 Homecoming
COMING HOME QUEEN Mrs. Frances Cleveland, escorted by - THE HOMECOMING QUEEN'S court poses for pictures at half time ceremonies.
William Tippins, with Ex-Students President George Tippins, They are Princess Shirley Snyder with escort J. D. Madewell, Queen Kay Wal-
leaves the football field after having been presented with the drip with escort Bill Billington, and Princess Tina Lopez with escort Steve
traditional long stemmed red roses. Dominquez.
HOMECOMING DANCE in TechnicaI's gym is crowded as hundreds dance to the Starlighters.
Bulldogs Hove Best Season ln l3 Years
THE BULLDOGS LISTEN to last minute briefing from Assistant Coach John lthird rowl Johnny O'Grady, Ruben Guaiardo, Tomas M-edinap ifourth
Naylor. The 1965 squad members are lfirst rowl Jim Wilkinson, Ray- rowl Larry Jones, Sonny Holmes, Charlie Brown, Donald Wallace, Jimmy
mond Brown, Ron Thomas, William Washington, Bobby Bresino, Marvin Powers, lfifth rowl George Taplin, Danny Gardner, Brownie Hathcock,
Kerr, Milton Young, Charles Valdez, Robert Escovedop lsecond rowl Pete and Jesse Martinez.
Herrera, Herby Gonzales, Larry Harris, Lupe Rodriquez, and Freddy Pena,
Bulldogs Were Alive ln '65
But are Still Overpowered by District Foes
HEAD COACH GRIFF HUGHES spends many long hours studying the op- This, with many other small worries, may have contributed to the fact
positron s plays and ways to improve his own plays. that he reported to the hospital the day football season closed
For the first time in l3 years local sports writ-
ers came out with such headlines as "No Longer
Brand X," "Tech Breeds a Better Bulldog." All
of this encouraged the Bulldogs. From the day
spring training started until the last game, the
Bulldogs were "alive in '65." The long, hot hours
during the spring paid off this year. Their exper-
ience and hard work showed up in their great
performance on the field.
Bulldog fans anticipated a 'new look" this
season. The anticipations were rewarded by the
Bulldogs. They had their best season record in
l3 years. Everyone hopes this new tr-end is here
Keith Adkins, No. 30 Charlie Brown, No. 32
Senior -- Halfbcick Senior - Fullback
Raymond Brown, No. 85 Bobby Bresino, No 70
Junior - End Sophomore - Tackle
Bulldogs Return with Austin Victory 20-6
Tech drove 70 yards in nine plays for the first
touchdown. Five runs by Adkins and DeLeon and
a 28-yard pass from Freddie Pena to Rudy Vega
set the Bulldogs up on the Reagan one-yard line,
from where the quarterback, John O'Grady, dived
over the middle.
DeLeon's 47-yard punt return early in the sec-
ond quarter got the second touchdown drive
started for the Bulldogs. The swift little halfback
was finally brought down on the Reagan 18, and
from there it took the Bulldogs three plays to
score. Pena passed nine yards to Alton Hargrove
to climax the movement. Vega's kick again was
Bill Hart of Reagan pounced on a fumble on
his own 33 in the second quarter, thus initiating
Reagan's only other threat. That, however, ended
as iust that-a threat. The Raiders ran out of
steam on the Tech TO-yard line.
Larry Harris, on a 20-yard scamper down the
left sideline, finished the scoring for the night
late in the fourth quarter. The Bulldogs moved
41 yards for that tally.
Keith Adkins was' the workhorse for the Bull-
dogs, carrying the ball T6 times for 62 yards.
FREDDIE PENA PREPARES to block for Larry Harris, who turned this end sweep into a touchdown.
Lupe DeLeon, No. 33 Robert Escovedo, No. 63
Senior - Halfback Senior - Guard
Danny Gardner, No. 50 Herby Gonzales, No 76
Junior - Guard Senior -- Guard
MucArThur Fumbles Turned into Touchdowns 2415
The Bulldogs, Trailing by a Touchdown laTe in
The Third quarfer, goT Their firsT big break when
Brownie Hafhcock goT Tech possession when
MacArThur fumbled on Their own TT. Lupe DeLeon
smashed over from The four, and Larry Jones senT
The Bulldogs ahead wiTh a Tough run for The Two-
Freddie Pena made a 31-yard pass To AlTon
Hargrove for Tech's second Touchdown and De-
Leon Tacked on The Two-poinTer.
JusT Two plays affer The ensuing kickoff, Don-
ald Wallace recovered a fumble on The MacAr-
Thur 30 To puT Tech in The scoring range, and
KeiTh Adkins compIeTed The drive, and again
DeLeon ran for The conversion. WiTh only 6:37
lefT To play, The Bulldogs had builf up Their ad-
vanTage To a 24-7 lead. MacArThur made iTs
final score wiTh a 45-yard pass and a final 2-
poinT Throw. BuT wiTh five minufes remaining
Raymond Brown snuffed ouT The Cardinals' lasT
hope by inTercepTing a pass which lefT The score
LARRY HARRIS SPRINTS upfield for a good gain To set The Third Bulldog Touchdown.
Ruben Gualardo, No. 66 Alton Hargrove, No. 40 Larry Harris, No. 21 Brownie Hathcock, No 88
Senior Guard Junior - End Sophomore - Fullback Senior - End
Honorable Mention - All-District Honorable Mention All-District Honorable Mention All District
Tech Overpowers North Dullus, 53-0
ln the final seconds of a scoreless first quarter,
Dallas punted from its own T9 to the 47 and half-
back Lupe DeLeon returned it to the Dallas eight-
yard line before being forced out of bounds.
Halfback Larry Harris was thrown for a two-yard
loss on the first play from scrimmage and De-
Leon raced to the four on the next down. Dallas
received a roughness penalty which put the
Bulldogs on the two and Freddie- Pena sent Har-
ris through right tackle for the score.
Late in the same period, Pena moved the Bull-
dogs from their own fifteen to the Dallas two,
and again Harris slipped through to give Tech a
T2-O halftime advantage.
Midway through the third period, Tech half-
back Larry Jones intercepted a Dallas aerial at
the Dallas 45 and returned it 9 yards to set up
the third Tech counter. After a two-yard loss,
John O'Grady sent Keith Adkins around left end
for the final 38 yards and the touchdown.
The ball changed hands three times after the
kickoff and it took Tech only four plays to move
from their own TT to the Dallas 30. Jones made
the big gainer, a 38-yard dash on the first play,
and Adkins got the final 30 yards.
With Tech's outstanding defenders, Raymond
Brown, Herby Gonzales, Larry Jones and Robert
Escovedo, Dallas was held to only four yards
rushing during the game. Tech exploded for four
touchdowns in the fourth quarter, two of them
just 44 seconds apart, and pounded North Dallas
BULLDOGS HOLD NORTH DALLAS SCORELESS - Brownie Hathcock and Marvin
Kerr execute Tech's defense which North Dallas was unable to penetrate.
Pete Herrera, No. 73 Sonny Holmes, No. 60 ' Marvin Kerr, No. 62 Jesse Martinez No 87
Senior - Tackle Senior - Guard Junior -- Guard Senior - En
Honorable Mention All-District Tri-Captain
Bulldog Lose First To Brewer 26-l4
Tech snapped its three game winning streak
by losing to the Bears, who converted a fumble
and a pass interception into fourth quarter touch-
lt was Homecoming at Brewer Stadium and
over 7,000 fans watched as the Bears took ad-
vantage of Tech's mistakes in the final period to
grab the come-from-behind triumph.
The Bulldogs owned a 14-6 lead at the half,
but the Bears needed less than two minutes of
the third quarter to narrow the gap to T4-12,
The Bears needed to travel only ii yards for
the go-ahead touchdown after they recovered a
Larry Harris fumble. On the first play from scrim-
mage Jimmy Jones caught a pass for the touch-
The Bulldogs fumbled the ball away on their
next two possessions. Tech lost its last chance
to score when Joe Ford intercepted a Pena pass
on the Tech 15. Brewer scored again with 6 sec-
onds left on the clock. The 2-point conversion
was good and completed the scoring.
KEITH ADKINS DODGES tacklers, while Herby Gonzales and Larry Jones come to
assist him in his run.
Thomas Medina, No. 52 John O'Grady, No. 11 Freddie Pena, No. T0 Jimmy Powers, No. 55
Junior - Center Senior - Halfback Senior - Quarterback Junior - Center
Tech, Carter Collision Ends in 6-6 Deudlock
ROBERT ESCOVEDO THROWS a block to help Alton Hargrove break loose for extra yards.
Tech ended a six-year district losing streak in
the second best way this year, tying Amon Car-
ter Riverside 6-6 in the league opener for both
at Farrington Field.
, The Bulldogs, who have done nothing lout lose
to district foes for the last 6 years, considered
the outcome a moral victory.
The teams condensed their scoring into a two-
minute span late in the first quarter and spent
the rest of the game repelling each other's
The Eagles scored first, taking advantage of a
T7-yard Bulldog punt to gain possession at the
Tech 27-yard line. Halfloack Brad Slater needed
only two carries to cover the distance. The con-
version attempt failed.
Sophomore fullback Larry Harris, the game's
leading rusher with T44 yards on ten carries,
pulled the Bulldogs even three plays after the
ensuing kickoff on a 67-yard touchdown gallop.
Tech's conversion attempt failed. A
Over 5,000 witnessed the best defensive battle
of the season.
Lupe Rodriquez, No. 81 George Taplin, No. 15 RON Tl10l11ClS, NO. 22 Charlie Valdelf NO- 61
Senior Junior Senior Senior
Encl Quarterback Halfback Guard
Bulldogs Stnunch Defense Holds
Tech's happiest moments came the first and defense limited Tech to 22 yards on the ground
last times they had possession of the ball. The in the second half and allowed the Bulldogs to
Bulldogs seemed to be on their way to a touch- penetrate inside the Paschal 30 only once. The
down after the opening kickoff. They marched Bulldogs finally scored with 1:08 remaining in
right inside the Panther 10-yard lnie before giv- the game when Rudy Vega scooted 72 yards on
ing up the ball on downs at the four. Paschal's a punt return.
LARRY HARRIS' attempt for yardage is halted by Paschal's defense.
Rudy Vega, No. 80 Donald Wallace, No. 20 William Washington, No. 42 Jim Wilkinson, No 82
Junior Junior Junior Junior
End Halfback Halfback Center
Heights Slips By Tech 14-12
Arlington Heights took advantage of Tech's
mistakes to squeeze past the Bulldogs 14-12.
End Mike Nelson, who scored the first Heights'
touchdown on a 19-yard pass from quarterback
Ted Fay in the second quarter, provided the mar-
gin ot victory with a pair ofconversions. The
Bulldogs failed to tally in the first half. Heights
picked up a fumble at the Tech 21 -yard line. On
MILTON YOUNG politely shows his
opponent where to sit.
the next play Fay hit Nelson for Heights' second
touchdown. Rudy Vega intercepted Fay's first
passing attempt of the third quarter and returned
it 58 yards to put the Bulldogs on the scoreboard
3:11 deep in the third period. Fullback Larry
Jones' running stab for the points after was piled
Milton Young, No 77
Don Hollingsworth David McLeod Valentine Rangel Darell Rumsey
Senior Senior Junior SeI'1iOr
Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr.
Miscues Costly ln Poly Cluh i4-0
The Poly Parrots cashed in on two miscues and
put up a sturdy defense to defeat the Bulldogs
Tech's defense, led by Brownie Hathcock, Mil-
ton Young, Marvin Kerr, and Don Wallace, did
an outstanding iob.
The offensive unit was having trouble getting
started and could never startsa scoring threat.
interceptions, fumbles, and penalties hurt the
Bulldogs throughout the entire game.
EMPTY AN ICE CHEST? That's the easiest thing in the world l 5
for Milton Young. e
James TRedT Weaver THE T965-66 mi-cAPTAiNs ofthe Technical Bulldogs were John O'Grady, John Naylor
Backfielol Coach Herby Gonzales, and Jesse Martinez. Line Coach
Eastern Hills Clips Tech 21-T3
Tech was sTopped on The Highlander six-yard
line in The Third period. Thus, The Highlanders
posTed a 21-T3 Triumph aT Handley Field.
Tech finished This league campaign wiTh a
Highlander quarTerback 'Tommy Thompson pi-
loTed The winners To Two Touchdowns in The
opening period, and one in The second!
Tech needed only one play To score iTs firsT
Touchdown laTe in The second quarTer. KeiTh Ad-
kins ran a punT back from his own 40 To The
Highlander 43 To seT up The score. From There,
quarTerback George Taplin passed To AlTon Har-
grove aT The 26, and The T80-pound end evaded
four Highlander defenders and charged The re-
maining sTeps for The Touchdown. Vega booTed
The exTra poinT.
The Third period belonged To Tech. Two mis-
cues foiled Their drives aT The Highlander six-yard
Tech did score in The Third period, however,
KeiTh Adkins seT up The TD wiTh an excellenT run
from his own 31 To The Highlander 37, Tech's
oTher quarTerback, Freddy Pena, Tossed To Lupe
DeLeon, who was all alone aT The T9 and The
speedy halfback raced on in. Vega's kick sailed
DeLeon was a main workhorse on The Tech
defensive uniT and inTercepTed Two Highlander
NeiTher Team managed To score in The fourTh
WITH AN OPEN FIELD AHEAD Keith Adkins breaks away from an Eastern Hills Tackler. -
B Team Gains A Valuable Asset---Experience
counted on for our team's success in the games to come. Left
DURING THE 1965 SEASON, Tech's "B" team gained valuable
experience that will profit them in their future varsity games.
to Right iRow 'll Tommy Bridges, Larry Heath, Edward Young,
Pete Blanton. iRow 2D Coach Cantrell, Coach Simmons. lRow
During their seven-game schedule their lone victory was a
20-to-'I4 decision over Carter-Riverside.
3, Mike Miranda, Larry Siedell, John Huggins, Bobby Ford,
Tommy McBride. lRow 4l Troy Jennings, Albert Mlontez, Craig
Stacy, John Rogers, Pablo Castillo.
We were all proud of our "B" team, and these boys are
"B" Team Scores
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THE 1965-66 FOOTBALL SWEETHEART
is Miss Nina Watkins. Nina is a iunior
cheerleader and is maioring in Cosme-
tology. Although this was her first
year as a cheerleader, she showed ex-
ceptional enthusiasm and "snowed"
the team with her regular attendance
at all the football games.
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There are many students whose abilities do not lie in the
field of words and books, However, it is still necessary for
them to have a background in their native language. There
are many more students who are gifted in the verbal arts.
There is the very large group whose abilities lie in the aver-
age to good range. To meet the needs of all students re-
gardless of which one of the above groups they fall into,
Technical High School offers courses to meet the English
needs of all.
Creative writing is expected of all students since the abil-
ity to express one's self in writing is so vitally necessary in
today's society. Those who plan to attend college are given
more intensive training in creative expression.
All students study grammar, spelling, and vocabulary.
Whatever the abilities of the students may be, they are all
encouraged to think for themselves. By analysis of the lit-
erature of the great writers, the students learn to apply the
concepts behind these classics to things in their own lives.
MISS PATRICIA HENDERSON lcenterl believes that having stu-
dents participate in class creates interest. Here she helps
David Franco and Kay Bailey prepare to read orally from a
selection in their literature books.
English Offers A Challenge to Creative Thinking
Mrs. Maureen Baldoc Mrs. Elaine Beeman Mrs. Lillian Bradford Mrs. Karen Calhoun Mrs. Vivian Cozine
English English English English English
Mrs. Leora Dean Mrs. Helen Drake Miss Carla Easterwood Miss Patricia Henderson Mrs. Geraldine Juhan
English and Journalism English English English English
WORKS OF ENGLISH poets of the Romantic Age in English literature are
better appreciated by the students in Mrs. Catherine Thomas's senior English
class because she introduces them on record first. Ann Johnson and J. D.
Madewell examine the illustration on one of the records as Mrs. Thomas
watches the reaction of the students.
BOREDOM is unheard of in Miss Mona Lynn McDaniel's speech
class. Here she illustrates the proper procedure for pantomiming
by showing a child with her first piece of bubble gum-both in
her mouth and on her shoe.
Speech and Journalism Supplement English
Miss Mona Lynn McDaniel
Speech and English
Mrs. Faye Stilson
Mrs. Faye Newton
Mrs. Catherine Thomas
Mrs. Phyllis Olson Miss Cora Mae Sloan
Special Reading and English English
Mrs. Patricia Woody Mrs. Martha Zucht
RONNIE TURNER and Margie Lewis are doing n
chemistry experiment on the solubility of salt.
Mr Jack Bentley lrightl is checking their prog-
ress This type experiment may prove to be of
great importance in future scientific discoveries.
The science department of Tech offers
a variety of courses spanning all aspects
of the sciences. General biology provides
a broad knowledge of plant and animal
life which enables students to have a
loetter understanding of life itself.
Chemistry affords an opportunity to
study the composition and properties of
matter. Physics promotes an understand-
ing of matter and energy. Extensive lab
work is used to illustrate the concepts in
all scientific fields.
Science Conveys The Wonders
Of Our Environment
Mrs. Ruth Amend
Mrs. Betty Ammann
Mr. Jack C. Bentley
Student Council Sponsor
Mr. Robert Harris
Student Council Sponsor
Mr. Michael Henley
Mrs. Mary Nell Layne
Mrs. Donna Perry
BIOLOGY is made easier for the students to understand be-
cause of the equipment used in the science department. Here
Mrs. Betty Ammann lrightl is helping Johnice Holder lcenterl
and Ted Hearne associate the floral parts of a flower with the
large display model that they are using.
Math Trains Students ln Accurate
Mr. R. L. Hampton
Mrs. Jean Howorth
Mr' lows L-,Leach sKrP Mrccsn proves nm there is nothing like
the blackboard to give all thesteps in solv-
Junior Class Sponsor ing for an unknown in algebra.
Mrs. Maurine Mullins
Mr. Lance Teten
Mr. Wayne Wilcox
Junior Class Sponsor
Allied Youth Sponsor
THE SERIOUS EXPRESSIONS are the result of serious subject mat-
ter in physics. Larry Vann, Karen Johnston, and Evan Watts are
doing an experiment to find how many calories it takes to melt
one gram of ice.
Mathematics is more than a series of numbers
and formulas. It is a way of thinking character-
ized by definite facts- and an accepted method
leading to logical conclusions. lt enables students
to deduce the facts for themselves and apply
them effectively to any appropriate situation.
Mathematics is invaluable to all ar-eas of mod-
ern living from grocery shopping to nuclear
physics. lt has always been the cornerstone of
all scientific thought.
Technical High School offers comprehensive
mathematics courses designed to be of benefit
to each individual in his chosen career and in
his everyday life. Above all it trains the reason-
ing powers of the mind for the quiet and concise
decisions necessary in our complex society. i
Miss Beverly Biggs Mr. Theron Byrd Mr, Ralph Ehren Mr. Franklin Gist Mrs. Mildred Green
History and Government Government History History Goyernmenf
Future Teachers Sponsor History Sophomore Sponsor History
Senior Class Sponsor
Mrs. Mary Hitt Mrs. Agnes Holt Mr. R. K. Jones Mrs. Genie Moore Mrs. Mary Rhodes
History History History History History
Future Teachers Sponsor Red Cross Sponsor
Pride In Our Heritage Is Taught Through History
MRS. MARY RHODES, World History teacher, points out one of the areas in
Viet Nam where there is a concentration of American troops. Ricky Medlock
and Kathy Hoffmann know that they have to take notes each day in order
to keep up with events in the world's trouble spot.
The study of man's relation to man in his so-
ciety, both past and present, proves to be inter-
esting as well as valuable to the students of
Technical. The history and government courses'
primary purposes are to teach young Americans
to better understand the development of our so-
ciety, its institutions, and its problems. A study
of our nation's government and its development
seeks to instill in the students a desire to strive
for its continuous betterment, and to develop a
wholesome pride in their loyalty to the United
With this varied program a broad general
background is given to individuals whose for-
mal education will terminate with high school.
A strong foundation is laid for those who wish
to continue their education in college. Class dis-
cussion is a basic part of all courses in history
department and students are heartily encouraged
Mr. Tommy Cantrell Mr. Jerry Dews Miss Margaret Hays
Mr. Griff Hughes Mr. Doyle Mclntosh
History History Girls' P.E. Boys' P.E. History
Boys' P.E. Boys' P.E. Cheerleader 'Sponsor Head Football Coach Boys' P.E.
Baseball Coach - Senior Class Sponsor
Mrs. Shirley Murphy Mr. John Naylor Mrs. Carmen Poe Mr. Don Simmons Mr. Jim Weaver
Girls' P.E. Government and History Girls' P.E. History History
Bulldoggers Sponsor Boys' P.E. Boys' P.E. Boys' P.E.
ROTC Faculty Sponsor Assistant Football Coach Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach
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Students Strive for Good Health und Sound Bodies
Physical education is an important part of the
curriculum at THS. All students must take at least
two years in order to graduate. The course
includes a variety of sports that are played
throughout the year. The boys' competitive sports
are football, basketball, track, and baseball. The
girls enioy such sports as volleyball, basketball,
The physical education class offers a break in
the monotony of classroom. It serves as a diver-
sion, while at the same time it develops coordi-
The students often find enioyable hobbies in
sports. Whether one excels or not, the- first hand
participation teaches the importance of teamwork
and the ability to get along with others. This
very important aspect can be carried over into all
phases of a stud-ent's life.
Physical fitness is conducive to good health
and necessary for all forms of excellence. lt has
often been said that the fate of our nation lies
in the fitness of the American people.
GIRLS ARE GIVEN a physical fitness test at the beginning and at the end of the
school year. One exercise that they are required to do is the bent arm pull, dem-
onstrated above. During the year they are expected to be able to increase the
length of time that they can hold themselves in this position.
Mrs. Buena Dale Mr. Joe Edmondson Mrs. Nella Harlin Mrs. Nell Harry Mrs. Betty Hinton
Bookkeeping Bookkeeping Typing Business Machines Bookkeeping
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Business Education Teaches Many Office Skills
OFFICE MACHINE STUDENT, Clydene Jobe
makes "dogtags" on the addressograph ma-
chine. These "tags" can be used in filing
and other work of this sort. The office ma-
chine lab makes these tags for the school
and for various clubs.
STUDENTS IN SHORTHAND have a new aid
this year. It is called a "listening station."
The students can plug in their machine to any
of four different dictation speeds. Here Shar-
on Gault prepares to sit down to a run at
her practice speed. The shorthand lab is also
equipped with electric typewriters for tran-
IN BOOKKEEPING Jimmy Chow learns all the funda-
mental bookkeeping practices. He finds that he must
at some time keep both hands working along with his
Technical High School offers The sTu-
denT The opporTuniTy To prepare himself
for The rigors of The business world. STU-
denTs are firsT given Training in Typing,
shorThand, bookkeeping, and Transcrip-
Tion. WiTh These business fundamenTals,
The sTudenT is Then Trained in office Tech-
niques and The use of office machines.
Office PracTice provides sTudenTs wiTh an
opporTuniTy To improve Their office skills.
Even for Those sTudenTs who do noT
plan To enTer The field of business as a
vocafion, 'The skills learned in The busi-
ness deparTmenT will be helpful in IaTer
life. A knowledge of business skills is
especially helpful for a college sTudenT.
The demand for Tech's Trainees by
business and indusTrial firms in The area
has increased so ThaT mosT graduafes
are hired before They graduaTe, if They
wanT full Time jobs.
TYPING I STUDENT, Sylvia Ruellas, learns the keyboard
and then practices for accuracy and speed in typing.
Mr. James B. Johnson Mrs. Louise Land Mrs. Velma Parker
Typing Office Practice Stenography
Stenography Future Business Leaders
Mrs. Ann Rampley Mrs. La Frances Mrs. Bess Vaughn
Tvpins ' Sundermaan Sfenvswphv
Business Law Bookkeeping, Allied Youth Sponsor
J"""'0" Class sPon5os" Future Business Leaders
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WHILE IN TYPING Ill, students learn to type business forms, letters, outlines, and other papers
necessary to working in business. '
VOE Offered First Time This Yeur
Vocational Office Education is a new course
offered for the first time this year. The goals and
obiectives of VOE are directly related to the
manpower needs of a nation. It is planned to
provide a means of developing and using the
maximum potential of high school students in
support of the office occupations of our commu-
nity. VOE is that part of the business education
program which helps students produce services
for business and at the same time gain valuable
experience in their chosen profession. Today
there is a very real need for competent persons
in the offices in this community. Vocational Office
Education is helping to satisfy this need.
IBM data processing is one of the four maior
routes available to business education students
at Technical High School.
Miss Virginia Snellgrove
Vocational Business Education
Miss Joyce Beard
National Honor Society
RONNIE FOSTER takes time out from wiring a panel for the accounting machine
to pose for a picture in the IBM lab.
SHARON HADDOCK, Michael Puente and Sally Krukeulski work
steadily on the key punch machine. Various proiects and
problems teach the different ways to keep records through
Miss Elizabeth Rhodes
MRS. VIRGINIA SNELLGROVE helps Delores Lopez with a problem in office
training. The lab at school is equipped like an office. The instruction in the
classroom at school coordinated with on the job training provides the stu-
dent with valuable experience before he finishes high school.
Beauty Best Expressed Through Some Phase of Art
Mrs. Edra Ayers
Mr. John R. Mayhew
Mrs. Jacque ine Scroggins
Everything takes on beauty when treat-
ed as subiect of an art form. The com-
mercial arts department and ceramics
both were design-ed to meet the needs of
Those who wish to have a minor
where they can express their artistic tal-
entswhile maioring in some other field
may choose ceramics.
Others may wish to make art a profes-
sion after graduation., These find the
commercial art program both enioyable
and rewarding. Therethey are trained
in both theory and practical assignments.
Those finishing' the course, based on th-e-ir
abilities and creativeness, are qualified
for work as artists in department stores
advertising or commercial art depart-
ments of various business firms. Some
choose to continue studying in colleges.
A HIGHLY SPECIALIZED phase of art is being able
to create beauty by making ceramic objects. Richard
Hogan concentrates on putting the finishing touches
on his decorative vase.
PATTY GANOE and Lytha Faulkner are studying fashion design
in their commercial art course. They are displaying some of
the designs that they have created.
JAMES GRAVELLE lleftl is working on an advertisement lay-
out, a popular field for many art maiors. Donnell Talbert
lrightl is doing a color separation.
Girls Of Today Train For Most Important
HOMEMAKING is not just the study of cooking
and sewing. The girls also learn the many other
essentials basic to good homemaking. Heide
Ellis, Sheila Pearce, Kathy O'Connor, Dorothy
Roberts, and Ann Erwin take part in demonstrat-
ing how to arrange an attractive table and to
serve food properly.
Occupation For Women - - - Homemuking
Mrs. Frances Cleveland Mrs. Georgia Turner Mrs. Donna Wilson
Homemaking Homemaking Homemaking
'Allied Youth Sponsor Future Homemakers of
Future Homemakers of America Sponsor
America Sponsor National Honor Society
The full time homemaking course offered in
Technical High School trains girls in the many
skills required ofthe expert homemaker. Through
these courses, girls are given experiences in in-
terior decorating, home management, family liv-
ing, child development, consumer buying, meal
planning and preparation, food preservation, nu-
trition, clothing construction and design, and
good grooming. Through these studies, which are
both enioyalole and valuable, every girl is given
the opportunity to learn the poise and self-con-
tidence that are so necessary for any career.
WHAT GIRL ISN'T?" is the answer to the question on the. bulletin board in
the classroom where a course in good grooming is being taught. Norma
Zackery and Shirley King are displaying figures showing some of the qual-
ities a girl should possess if she is able to land the ideal date.
TO BE ABLE T0 MAKE a tailored suit is an art that can be
cultivated by careful practice in following instructions. Juanita
Elzondo .and Linda Adcock are advanced students who have
studied hard and are now about to see the finished product.
MANUEL CONTERAS and Robert Rodriquez are checking the
wheel alignment of a car. This is one of the most important
adiustments that can be made for the safety of an automo-
Mr. George Chollar
Mr. Gene Griffin
Mr. Harry Watchous
Mr. Harry Kingsberry
More Automobiles Makes Safety an
ROBERT RODRIQUEZ and Raymond Obregon install a carburetor. They will test it to
see that it is set for the right gasoline mixture so it will give maximum performance.
Mr Darrell Rowell
Auto body offers the student an opportu-
nity to learn general body repair, paint and
upholstery. Body repair is an important
phase in becoming a craftsman in the au-
tomotive industry. Learning the characteris-
tics of metal, the use of welding equip-
ment, and the use of the spray gun are
iust some of the many skills taught in this
Modern cars are complex and finely tuned
so they require highly skilled mechanics to
keep them that way. Automation cannot re-
place the skilled hands of on-e who has
been trained to work with the intricate ma-
chinery of an automobile. With 78 million
cars registered in the United States, Tech
recognizes the need for well trained me-
The oueronoiuTic deparT-
menT is one of only ci dozen
schools licensed in The UniT-
ed STdTes Through The Fed-
erol AeronauTics Adminis-
TraTion. Training in some of
The newesT equipmenT ond
exTensive clcisswork prepares
sTudenTs Tor The Federol
DraTTing is one of The engi-
neer's mosT imporTonT forms
of communicoTion. TranslaT-
ing engineering ideas inTo
lines and dimensions Toikes
The loesT possible Training.
Tech's Three-year course in
engineering draTTing pre-
poires sTudenTs Tor conTinued
exTensive work in college or
for a job as a skilled draTTs-
ElecTriciTy is The power of
Today ond Tomorrow. The
need Tor well-Trained elec-
Tricians is growing sTecidily.
Tech is Training sTudenTs in
wiring, mainTenc1nce, repair,
and wiring design. These
manuoil skills plus The Theory
ond science of elecTriciTy
Turn The sTudenT's TalenTs in-
To masTery of The skills of
working ond living wiTh
Mr. Charles H. Crow
Mr. Robert J. Davis
Mr. C. S. Greathouse
Mr, H. L. Reeder
REWINDING A MOTOR requires that a stu-
dent follow instructions carefully. Dale Tebay
concentrates on his iob while Mr. R. R. Tom-
linson watches closely.
Drafting STudenTs Holcl Key Positions
Mr. R. R. Tomlinson 0 ' ' '
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RICHARD LUTTRELL, Gary Mings, and Roy Renteria recondition JOE CRUZ uses a drafting machine to do an
a wing of a competition sail plane. assignment.
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The cosmetology department at Technical High School
probably has The happiest atmosphere of any of the de-
partments because they dispense happiness. Nothing
makes both the beautician and The patron happier Than
a stylish hair-do, and Thus does much for The morale.
The students in This department are fortunate- in that They
see The results of Their Training before They graduate.
The demand for Technical's cosmetology graduates by
local beauty salons has always been greater than the
supply. However, if a student wishes to further his edu-
cation in college, he finds cosmetology training useful in
financing a college career. Regardless of its usefulness as
a means of livelihood, cosmetology offers valuable train-
ing in personal care and grooming.
Mrs. Eunice Barrett Mrs. June Cutchin
Classroom Teachers Sophomore Sponsor
Mrs. Emaline Johnson Mrs. Rena La Grange
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lN THEIR SOPHOMORE YEAR, students study theory three days each week and have
lab on the other two. Here Jerry Blackwood, Mary Carasez, Brenda Crawford and
Janet Waits learn how to roll curls by using manikins who never complain when the
work has to be done over.
Cosmetology Serves As A Morole Builder
NANCY MOORE is putting the finishing
touches on a style she has done for Diane
Wood. Seniors are advanced enough to
create styles that suit the personality of
Welding has To be used in almosT every Type of manufacTuring.
consTrucTion, and maintenance. Ever since The firsT blacksmith,
The need for welders has been growing. Tech Teaches fusions, gas,
and elecTric welding. Welding saves Time, maTerial, and increases
The speed of production.
Technical's diesel mechanics' course is The only course of iTs
kind offered on high school level in Texas and one of only a few
in The UniTed STaTes. STudenTs learn every inTricaTe parT of The
modern high-speed diesel engine used Today. Highly-Trained me-
chanics To fill The need are wanTed. The course in diesel mechan-
ics is designed To help fill This need.
The Top-rank machinisT is sTill The mosT soughT-afTer man you
can find. America is an industrial naTion because machines have
made iT ThaT way. A machinist is needed in every facTory and
shop in America. Our sTudenTs are prepared To fill These iobs.
Mr. T. L. Cannon Mr. Charles McCoy
TONY COX, Ronnie Reese, and Louis Rodriquez learn by studying the intricate parts of Mf. D. RQGVES Mr, Jack Mdrfih, Jr.
the diesel engine. Machine Welding
Top-ranked Machinist Most Sought-after Employee
IN MACHINE SHOP Mike Woods and Paul Kloberdanz learn to use the Do-All saw. ALVIN PHILLIPS has IQ perfect many welds before the
They are using the machine to cut cast iron for a part in another machine. actual work begins.
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by handling the sound controls during the showing of a movie firm unit prepqrqiory in repairing it,
The Public's Use of Increased Leisure Time
Mr. H. C. Bearden Mr. Jesse G. Bennett Mr. Michael Bigler
Printing Refrigeration Mill and Cabinet
Air-Conditioning Senior Class Sponsor
Mr. Berry Hogan Mr. D. L. Jones Mr. A. C. McGinnis
Radio and TV
Public demand determines the need for
training in all technical fields, but, never
before has there been such a demand for
pleasure-providing and entertaining de-
vices. Today the average citizen spends an
evening in an air-conditioned home, sur-
rounded by built-in conveniences, either
watching TV or listening to the radio as he
catches up on some reading.
ln this electronic age, radio and TV are
an intricate part of our everyday life. Pho-
tography goes hand in hand with it. No
longer is the photographer limited to iust
picture taking, through this is still extreme-
ly important to our society. Advertisement
depends upon the photographer. Trained
cameramen and proiectionists are much in
demand because it is a TV age.
Probably no other maior industry is des-
tined for more rapid growth than air-con-
ditioning and refrigeration. As new equip-
ment is developed, more and more trained
workers are needed.
One cannot imagine a world without
printing. Our very civilization depends upon
it. The printing department at Technical
High School offers instruction in linotype,
letterpress, photolithography, and bindery.
Woodworking has long been one of
man's most useful accomplishments. This
course offers every student an opportunity
to prepare himself to enter one of the occu-
pations open in this field or use his training
as a useful hobby.
PRINT SHOP does many of the printing jobs for the school. Here Carlos Es- RUSSELL McVAIN and Lupe Rodriquez use the variety saw to
pinosa, Frankie Valenzela, and Arthur Marquez print a iob on the 1250 cut meters for frames under Mr. Mike Bigler's instruction.
Makes Greater Demand For Technicians
STUDENTS IN PHOTOGRAPHY learn to operate a proiection machine. Mike MUCH CARE goes into posing a subject for a formal photo-
Thomas and Robert Thedford are operating the machine for a school movie. graph. Julie Martinez checks Geraldine Thompson carefully so
the finished picture will have the most flattering lines.
ROTC Helps Youth Of Today Learn Self Discipline
THE COLOR GUARD marches in advance of any parading unit. They are also re-
sponsible for presenting the colors at formal atherin s. Members are John Baxter,
Glenn Girard, Patrick Wallthall, and Jerry Plotner.
MfSgt, E-8 James R.
SFC E-7 Herbert F. McCune
ROTC is a course offered for boys who want to learn more
about military tactics. lt provides training in many more areas
than just military. When a boy becomes a member of the cadet
corps, he is in reality making a pledge that he will strive to act
at all times as a gentleman. ln this atmosphere a boy learns to
discipline himself. This is perhaps one ofthe most valuable things
that anyone can learn.
At the end of the course, a student will have an elementary
knowledge of what the armed services are like. This will help
him adiust to his surroundings faster when he actually serves in
some branch ofthe service.
Mrs. Shirlie Murphy
THE BRIGADE STAFF is made up of the ranking officers in Beard, Art Martin, Preston Rainwater, lsecond rowi Martin
the entire corps. They are tfirst rowl James Smith, Bobbie Castillo, Robert Thedford, Ronnie Turner and Alvin Slayton
Expert Murksmen On The Rifle Team
THE RIFLE TEAM represents the school in competitive matches, not only in the Art Martin, Dianne Hensley, Ronnie Turner, and Robert Thedford, lsecond rowi
local area, but also over the state. The 1965-66 team members are ifirst rowl Kenny Cartwright, Bryan Cargill, Skip Horni, and Johnny Ashcraft.
HONORARY CADET SPONSORS are elected each year by popular vote of the Dellinger, Sandra Allen, Alice Ruelas, Cindy Lott, Bobbie Beard, Barbara Totten,
corps members. They help in planning recreation for the cadets and assist the Linda Barnes, Diana Moore, Diane Hensley.
instructors with their clerical work. They are ifrom left to right in the Vi Avalla
Drill Teom Compeles with Those of Other Schools
THE DRILL TEAM practices long hours in order to perfect their maneuvers. The Stowers, Hal Carter, Tony Sanchez, Steve Flores, Larry Youngp lthird squadl Bob
members are lfront rowl Drill Team Commander clsgr. James Smith and Guidon Hoffman, Lohmer, Charles Douglas, Edward Resendez, Eddie Lopez, lfourth
Bearer CfPvt. Kenneth Sterling, lfirst squadl Mike Judkins, Preston Rainwater, squadl John Norton, Dale Shipley, Ray Morrison, Alvin Slayton, Paul Underwood.
Alonzo Aguilar, Joe Sanchez, Tony Morris, lsecond squadl Larry Lott, Mickey
THE DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS is a newly organized group that marches with tin, Willis Maner, Larry Mulliarp lthird rowl David Cantu, Richard Tudor, Billy
the corps on certain occasions. The cadets enioy having the time beat out for Alexander, Richard Jones, Charles Jay, Joe Frausto, lfourth rowl Ronald Jack-
them. The members are lfirst rowl Charles Bishop, Sandra Allen, Henry Oyer- son, Raymond Reed, John Renesto, Joe Arrequin, Johnny Austin, Ben Menchaea.
vides, lsecond rowl Gary Livingston, Donald Kemp, Roben Salome, David Mar-
FIRST BATTALION STAFF members are lfirst rowl James Sparks, William Hennig, Reese Jetton, Kenneth Fitzgerald, Charles
Tom Harrison, tsecond rowl William Lott, Briant Cargill, Charles Streig.
Horni, Dan Roberts, Mike Judkins, tthird rowl Jesse Cordova,
l. FTW th
OFFICERS FOR THE entire corps are lfirst rowl James Smith,
Bobbie Beard, Arthur Martin, Preston Rainwater, tsecond rowl
Martin Castillo, Robert Thedford, Ronnie Turner, Alvin Slay-
ton, lthird rowl James Sparks, Tom Harrison, Charles Mcln-
tosh, Joe Montgomery, lfourth rowl Dan Roberts, Bryan Car-
gill, Charles Horni, Mike Judkins, James Sanders, tfifth rowl
Jesse Cordova, William Henning, Reese Jetton, Kenneth Fitz-
gerald, Charles Streig, Chris Cooper, Joe Gaige, Jerry Plotner,
HEADQUARTERS COMPANY members are lfirst rowl Danny Alexander, James lea, Johnny Ashcroft, Glenn Goodwin, Rob-
Jackson, David Burns, Barbara Totton, Tim Vassg lsecond rowl ert Lindsay, lfourth rowl Kenneth Fitzgerald, Doyle Streeter,
Raymond Reed, Tom Usleton, George Adams, Kenneth Shelley, Joe Gaige, Johnny Marsh, Gary Bruce, Ray Sanders: lfifth rowl
John Arnold, Jay Sanders, lthird rowl Lynn Morgan, Billy Joe Montgomery, Tom Harrison, Ronnie McQueen.
Each Class Period in ROTC is A Different Company
"A" COMPANY members are lfirst rowl Patrick Yeary, Michael ard Milletg lthird rowl Jesse Juarez, Marvin Lester, Jerel Big-
Regan, Linda Barnes, lsecond rowt Aaron Fuchs, Benney Ar- bee, Joe Pena, George Morales, Roland Freeman, Mark Hooper.
rengoin, Randy Dobbins, Ralph Gardner, Arthur Delgado, Rich-
"B" COMPANY members are lfirst rowl Allan Davis, Larry ton, Don Hardin, lfourth rowl Robert Wren, Mike Weik, Billy
Parker, Diana Moore, lsecond rowl Albert Tadlock, Lloyd Fry, Wood, Ray Triggs, Ronnie Geeslinp lfifth rowl Dallard Ballard,
Steve Hill, Clyde Swain, Mike Lewis, Larry Hutchins, lthird Tommy McNutt, Edward Tucker, Danny Sisk, lsixth rowl Wil-
rowl Dudley Craig, Gregory Baack, Eddie Moon, David Swaf- liam Zielinski, Frank Bates.
According To Military Classification
"C" COMPANY members are lfirst rowl Glen Girard, Charles Baack, Gilbert Taylerp tfourth rowl Alonzo Aguilar, Leroy
Bramlett, Cindy Lott, lsecond rowl Ray Payton, Charles Harris, Allen, James Talley, John Patton, Robert Fergerson, and Ted
Robert Heath, Dan Austen, Ernest Morales, Steve Picenzo, Hearne.
lthird rowl Danny Sisk, Jesse Lang, Walter Bilbart, Richard
"D" COMPANY members are lfirst rowl Michall Walthall, Den- han, Ronnie Reese, Ray Luther, James Essary, Robert Doss,
nis Baxter, Alice Ruelis, lsecond rowl John Baxter, Patrick Rhody Farmer, Dale Tebayy lfourth rowl Rickey Riley, Gilbert
Walthall, Tommy Craig, Tony Rodriquez, Andy Stanford, Rob- Ramon, James Verfurth, Adam Cantu, Jimmy Baccus, James
ert Contrarras, Richard Gomez, lthird rowl Donald McClana- Bratton, Bill Long.
HONOR COMPANY members are lfirst rowl James Smith, Ken- Mickey Stowers, Danny Martin, Tony Morris, Steve Flores, Fred
neth Sterlins, Avalea Dellinger, Donald Long, lsecond rowl Russellg lfourth rowl Robert Hofmann, Ben lohmer, Charles
Mike Judkins, Preston Rainwater, Larry Young, Juan Sanchez, Douglas, Eddie Lopez, Antonio Sanchez, lfifth rowl John Nor-
Edward Resendez, Arnold Slayton, lthird rowl William Lott, ton, Dale Shipley, Raymond Morrison, Alvin Slayton, Tom Pitts.
On the lab Training Offers Valuable Experience
Nothing takes the place of experience. Technical High School
students may choose from three fields other than business where
they work and learn at the same time.
Distributive Education gives training in marketing and distri-
bution. This may lead to an executive position after graduation.
Dental Assistance offers students an opportunity to learn an
occupation which prepares them for use-ful employment in dental
offices and laboratories.
After two years of intensive training in any one of the special-
ized technical areas, the student may spend his senior year on
the- iob for half of each school day.
Any of above programs guides and counsels the trainee to-
ward college entrance or full-time employment as he chooses.
Mrs. LaNelI Ayer Mr. Earl Lenis Davis
Dental Assistance Industrial Cooperative Training
Mrs. Eve yn Grace Mr. Harry W. Wilson e
Distributive Education Distributive Education
CHARLES BISHOP, a senior, is
representative of ICT llndus-
trial Cooperative Trainingl. He
received training in shop and
now he works out on the iob
for one-half of the school day.
CAROLINE COLEY, Dental Assistance maior, shows her ability in her chosen JAMES WILLIAMS. Disfribvlive Edvwfivn mvivr, Shows great potential in
field of dentistry, the field of insurance.
ORCHESTRA MEMBERS Lorraine Collen, Loydean Tennison, Nancy McLaughlin, Beeson, Linda Butler, Paula Brannon, Ethel Bailey, Barbara Roberts, Barbara
and Marilyn Warren accompany chorus members. Row 1: Grace Moldenhower, Pritchett. Row 4: Melinda Bigler, Pat Herrod, Leslie Calder, Margaret Brady
Donna Price, Pat Pfaff, Mary Grisham, Mary Jane Mokszychi, Clydene Jobe. Pat Demmons, Carolyn Woodall, Peggy Gregory. Row 5: Jane Ray, Judy Hilson
Row 2: Aloyce Meadows, Esther Vasquez, Dianna Evans, Barbara Waits, Tandy Elizabeth Allison, Shirley Herzog, Sherwood Gemeny, Roger Messick, Sue Barker
Bumpas, Carol Jenkins, and director Mr. Riley. Row 3: Peggy McDaniel, Barbee Pat Truite.
MARILYN CHEEK, Madeline Bryan, and Sue Barker preside as band secretaries.
voices combine with or-
chestra to bring enrich-
ment as well as enioy-
ment to Tech High School
students and other mem-
bers of community. One
of the most spectacular
programs was presented
at the traditional Christ-
MR. ALFRED RILEY, band and
chorus director, takes pride in
exhibiting his well organized
Technical High School teachers work
hard, play hard, and are ready to grab
any bits of conversation and encourag-
ing words when time allows. They pos-
sess the inevitable sense ot humor so
necessary for every teacher. Each one
experiences tense and serious moments
all in a day's work. This is lightened by
many forms of relaxation. lt varies from
a chat at lunch to a volleyball game with
"NOW, YOU SEE IT'S LIKE THIS, Miss Mc, I Shirley Murphy, and Mrs. Donna Perry, all
don't think my pants are too short." Coach listen when Miss Lucy McRoberts, Dean of
Griff Hughes, as well as Mrs. Carmen Poe, Girls, speaks.
Miss Mona McDaniel, Mrs. Evelyn Main, Mrs.
Students Find Ten hers To Be Very Human
"MR. O'CONNER, HOW COULD we have lost all the microphones? One, A TEACHER-STUDENT volleyball game has become a traditional event
Imaybe, but not all!" Miss Mona Lynn McDaniel, speech teacher, does each year. The gym is crowded, as cheerleader, Captain Michael Hen-
have her troubles during the production of the Variety Show. Mr. A. B. ley, biology teacher, Mona Lynn McDaniel, speech teacher, coach Mike
O'Conner, Principal, looks as if he has heard this story before. Bigler, wood shop instructor, substitutes Karen Calhoun and Evelyn Grace
pose for a picture before the starting whistle blows.
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WEEKS BEFORE CHRISTMAS "Merry Christmas" appears in most of
the rooms. Angela Papskar puts the finishing touches on her deco-
TEACHERS LEAVE the shelter of their desks and get
in on the fun. Mrs. Elaine Beeman tries to break
Alonzo Aguilar balloon.
WHAT'S A PARTY without food? "No party at all," says Mrs. Mildred Green, Curtis Johnson,
Priscilla Urbas, Christie Archevark, Charlotte Hopkins, Jimmy Clark, and Dee Shaw.
From the First Merry Christmas
DELORES MORENO, ADRIAN COOPER, Lonnie Collins, Angela Papskar, Sunni Hanson, and Bobby Fisher
have a traditional refreshment table complete with punch, served from pretty punch bowls.
Everyone ot Technical High School got' The '
Christmas spirit The losT week before The holi-
doys. Classes met on schedule, but There was oil-
woystthot bubbling undercurrent of anticipation.
On The lost day, Teachers ond students alike suc-
cumbed To The urge To loy books osi-de and lust
HSTOCKINGS WERE HUNG BY THE CHIMNEY WITH
CARE." Norma Worley, Billy Shewmaker, and Susan Al-
cala do so hope Old St. Nick 'will be there!
TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY could very well be applied to This special day. Teachers re-
ceive gift tokens of students' love and respect. Here Mr. D. L. Jones receives a sweater from
his photography studnts. Robert Bush and Floyd Antony look on as he- proudly displays it.
Until Lust Stocking ls Hung
EVERYONE KNOWS that trying to pass a lifesaver on a toothpick is more NANCY WHITAKER, ROBERT RODRIQUEZ, and Joyce Foster watch as Judy
fun than classes. lf in doubt, ask Larry Mazza, Skipper Miller, Linda Pena Whatley tries to get an apple from Jimmy Chow's chin without dropping
and John Rodgers. or touching it with her hands.
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Tech Goes Hillbilly In 'Tech Patch '65
"Tech Patch," this year's va-
riety show, was adapted from
the musical "Li'l Abner." It pro-
vided an opportunity for stu-
dents to display their various
After two hours of song and
dance numbers by talented Tech-
ites, the audience was delighted
when Marryin' Sam tied the knot
for Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae.
Judges picked a Miss Talent
and a Mr. Talent, and a most
talented group for special rec-
MISS FORT WORTH, Marion Wilkinson, pins the
streamer proclaiming "Most Talented Group"
on Shirley Clopton, as Geraldine Thompson and
Adrian Cooper beam proudly. The group won
this award by their performance of a modern
iazz interpretation from "The Taste of Honey."
THOUGH NOT A TALENT WINNER, the scene
on the right was an audience winner. Dennis
Dickey as Daisy Mae, and Lee Stimpson as Li'I
Abner, decided it would be interesting to ima-
gine what Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner would be
like thirty years later. The result was hilarious.
LINDA PURSELY won the title of Miss Talent by her modern
iazz dance using the music from "Who's Afraid of Virginia
Wolf?" She not only worked out the steps to her dance but
designed her own costume.
Student Talent Honored
ut Vuriety Show
A spirit of keen competition exists among the cast of the variety
show each year. Every performer works hard to make the show ex-
ceptionally good as a total production. Th-en each individual or group
works doubly hard to make his special part the very best. Marion
Wilkinson, Miss Fort Worth, acted as judge and the winners were
awarded the coveted title of Miss and Mr. Talent.
IT IS SMALL WONDER that William Harris was given the title
of Mr. Talent for singing "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag,"
Part I. The Tech students had already tagged William as "The
. World's Greatest Showman."
SOME OF THE cowgirls who reached the final iudging are Carolyn Charrollet Hopkins, Katheryn Coggin, Charlene Tanner, and Tammy
Sumpter, Barbara Church, Gayle Kerr, Pam Rushing, Paulette Mulinow- Harrison.
sky, Madeline Bryan, Kay Bateman, Judy Howland, Jerry Mitchell,
Fashion Knowhow Pays Off For Ranch Queen
Fort Worth has long been rodeo minded. The schools
are given a holiday so the students can enioy the Fat
Stock Show. The last day before the holiday, Tech stu-
dents celebrate by dressing in western clothes. The most
authentically dressed cowgirl and cowboy are selected
as Ranch Queen and King.
This year's queen has reason to be especially proud
because she designed and made her complete costume
as a proiect in homemaking.
VIEING FOR RANCH KING are Jimmie Lyons, Hershel Bullock, Don Smith, Martin Garcia, Lon-
nie Peterson, Johnnie Marsh, Ernie Buell, Luis Valle, David Newton, and Danny Gardner.
RANCH KING LARRY GREEN is content to leisurely ad-
mire the smart appearance of Ranch Queen Katherine
Coggin. Such admiration is strictly in keeping with
Lloyd Anthony Marshall Bonner Raymond Brown Kelly Clemons
Senior-Forward Junior-Forward Junior-Center - Junior-Forward
THIS YEAR'S BASKSTBALL TEAM was introduced at the first pep rally for them. On stage, they are, left to right, Mike Trus-
sell, Richard Perez, Roderick Russell, Willie Gumpton, Kelly Clemons, Raymond Brown, Marshall Bonner, Lloyd Anthony,
Craig Stacey, Tommy McBride, Larry Siedell, Miguel Carrol, Charles Campu, and Bill Blood.
PRE -SEASON SCOREBOARD
Crozier Tech 47 49
- Paris 42 46
Paris 7l 56
Crozier Tech 35 58
Bishop Dunne 61 62
Mineral Wells 75 61
THE BULLDOG basketball co-cap-
tains are Marshall Bonner and
Willie Gupton Richard Perez
Roderick Russell Mike Trussel
Five Wins Curry Bulldogs Into Districts
KELLY CLEMONS tussles over the ball with an Arlington Heights player while
Raymond Brown anxiously awaits his chance.
RODERICK RUSSELL scores two points while standing in the midst of Heights
THE 1965-66 BASKETBALL TEAM and coach is, front row: Richard Perez, Roderick Russell, Marshall Bonner, Kelly Clemons. Back Row: Willie
Gumpton, Mike Trussell, Coach Don Simmons, Raymond Brown, and Lloyd Anthony.
The Bulldogs entered the district competition
with high hope, after a 5-3 record in predistrict
competition. Faced with a tough district schedule,
the Bulldogs prepared to puts forth their best
effort. The Bulldogs failed to obtain a victory in
the first half of district competition.
A small roster was one of the larger problems
facing the Bulldogs this year. With only eight
RODERICK RUSSELL FLAWS the effort of a Poly player to score.
players in the "A" team ranks, this shortage left
Coach Simmons few substitutes to relieve tired
and weary players.
The scoreboard may not impress many people,
but it doesn't show the effort and desire put
forth by the Bulldog squad in this year's com-
North Side 58 51
Eastern Hills 62 42
Paschal 78 30
Poly 51 48
Arlington Heights 46 41
Carter 37 35
North Side 55 45
Eastern Hills 81 49
Paschal 70 37
Poly 60 35
Arlington Heights 42 38
Carter 36 34
"B" Team Wins Nine Games
Tech's "B" Team sTarTed The year WiTh a Tive-
game winning sTreak and gained valuable ex-
perience also. The Team played a rough sched-
ule This year and should be ready for The "A
Team nexT year. WiTh Three boys over six TeeT,
The "A" Team will have heighT Tor The TirsT Time
in many years.
Crozier Tech 2T 47
Crozier Tech 26 53
Paris 58 64
Paris 5T 53
Bishop Dunne 45 63
Bishop Dunne 38 37
NorTh Side T9 29
EasTern Hills 58 49
Mine-ral Wells 50 43
Mineral Wells 54 60
Paschal 66 42
Poly 35 30
ArlingTon HeighTs 5T 26
CarTer 29 45
NorTh Side 23 46
THE T965-66 BASKETBALL "B" TEAM is, front row: Craig Stacey, Tommy
McBride, and Bill Blood. Back Row: Bobby Ford, Larry Siedell, Charles
Compu, and Miguel Carrol.
THE T965-66 BASKETBALL SWEETHEART is Miss Adrian Cooper.
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Office Jobs Awuit FBLA Graduates
THIS YEAR'S MEMBERS are lRow 11 Mrs. Velma Parker and Mrs. LaFrances Sun-
derman, sponsors, Dianna Evans, Patsy Lopez, Clydene Jobe, Jovita Truiillo,
Eva Almarez, Delia Valdez, Yvonne Draffon, Gloria Chapa, Brenda Baxter, and
Pete Velasquez. lRow 21 Charlotte Lackey, Yolanda Carrizales, Paula Malenow-
sky, Jeanie Smith, Aloyce Meadows, Betty McKay, Avis Wise, Mary Helen
Rosas, Treusa Buchanan, Ann Slayton, Robin Adams. lRow 31 Kathy Wallace,
Glenda Herron, Melody Stone, Linda Barnes, Monita Clifton, Linda Beth Drake,
Connie Bettis, Cloria Briseno, Mtinnie Cordova, Pat Harrod, Linda Long, and
Arlene Pape. lRow 41 Rudy Zavala, Brenda Humphreys, Ricky Stafford, Diana
Moore, Tom Harrison, Jim Story, Bill Blood, Diana Vargas, Peggy McQueen,
Sandra Allen, Debbie Moore, Karen Lance, and Brenda Watkins.
Future Business Leaders ot America is an or-
ganization ot students who are majoring in busi-
ness and plan a career in that field. Programs
are planned for members to tind out more about
the opportunities that exist in the Fort Worth area
for employment after graduation. Speakers who
represent all phases of the business world are
invited to speak to the club at various times.
FBLA is also a service club in many respects.
Because its membership is trained in typing and
other allied skills,-they are called upon to take
care of homecoming, Public School Week, and
open house registration.
Tech's chapter ot FBLA not only is one of the
most active in this area, but is known nationally.
The chapter at Tech was the first to be organized
in this region and its members have assiste-d in
the organization ot many other chapters.
SERVING as club officers are Monita Clifton, Reporter,
Linda Beth Drake, President, Mrs. Velma Parker, Spon-
sor, Tom Harrison, Historian, Mrs. LaFrances Sunder-
man, Sponsor, Minnie Cordova, Secretary, and Gloria
Tech Goins Honors In District Convention
LINDA BETH DRAKE, runner-up for Miss FBLA, receives a certificate from District President Gary Coho from
Sunset High Schrool in Dallas.
DEE DEE MOORE is all smiles because she has iust
been elected the new Vice-President for District.
District V Convention for FBLA
was held at Kimball High School
in Dallas, Texas. Technical's chap-
ter was well represented. Linda
Beth Drake, District Vice-President,
was Mistress of Ceremonies at the
luncheon. Winners of various events
and contests were introduced and
presented cups or certificates. Ca-
reer workshops were held so stu-
dents could visit the ones that they
were most interested in.
TOM HARRISON, runner-up for Mr. FBLA, receives his award from District President.
LINDA BARNES, MONITA CLIFTON, Jim Story, and Connie Bettis bone for parli-
THE FBLA MEMBERS attending the state convention were: Front Row: Connie Melody Stone, Diana Evans, Peggy McQueen, Tom Harrison, Monita Clifton Jim
Bettis, Sandra Allen, Linda Barnes, Linda Beth Drake, Pete Velasquez, Eva Alma- Story, Minnie Cordova, and Gloria Briseno.
rez, Yolanda Carizales, Dela Valdez, Diana Moore. Back Row: Kathy Wallace,
State FBLA Convention Held In Denton
The State Convention for Future Business Lead-
ers has always been held on the campus of North
Texas State University in Denton. lt has increased
so in number that this year the students had to
be in motels off the campus.
Tech's chapter was represented by twenty
members and two sponsors. All were kept very
busy attending workshops or entering competi-
tions. All in all it was a very profitable and
happy two days.
MRS. LA FRANCES SUNDERMAN puts on a brave smile as she is about to leave for
state convention with her car full of eager FBLA'ers. Peeping out of the back seat
are Linda Beth Drake and Dee Dee Moore, while Pete Velasquez waves goodbye.
MRS. LOUISE LAND lback to camera at rightl gestures as she tells Mr
L. V. Jones that there isn't room in the trunk of her car for Momta Clif
ton, Linda Barnes, and Sandra Allen.
DIGNIFIED BUSINESS LEADERS??? It is difficult for Linda
Beth Drake lseatedl and Sandra Allen to keep their
dignity when Jim Story goes on a rampage.
The Mary Louise Phillips Chapter
of Future Teachers of America, with
an underlyingprimary goal of in-
teresting students in the field of
teaching, has a variety of activities
throughout the year. This year, T965-
66, the FTA as money making proi-
ects has sold football schedule ball-
point pens, Bulldog charms and tie
tacks, has sponsored the Faculty-
Girl FTA members' volleyball game,
and operated its Valentine Telegram
service. As service proiects, FTA
helped a needy family at Christmas
and gave a "coffee" for Tech's fac-
ulty to end Public Schools Week. Va-
rious FTA members, along with
sponsors, attended the FTA City
Council meetings and District and
State meetings. ln the area of social
events, a Valentine party and the
annual Spring Banquet round out
the picture. FTA members earn merit
points for participating in club ac-
tivities, th-ey are then awarded a
merit certificate if they earn enough
THE 1965-66 FTA MEMBERS are Crow 1, left to rightl Miss Biggs, Heide Ellis, Karen Johnson, Alice Talley,
Beatrice Cisneros, Rachel Guerra, Jody Ortiz, Ann Erwin. lRow 2l Brenda Bruce, Suzanne Sain, Brenda
Henderson, Norma Lara, Shirley Clapton, Barbara Newman, Marilyn Warren, Peggy McDaniel, Sheila
Sain. lRow 3l Judy Fowlkes, Jan Winningham, Rosie Rios, Gwendlynne Strain, Sharon Gault, Barbara Rob-
erts. lRow 4l John Miller, Linda Beth Drake, Shirley Snyder, Donna McAuley, Carolyn Woodall, Frank
Bates, Hal Carter, Danny Martin, and Luis Valle.
Teachers Laak To The future Teachers Club For
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LUIS VALLE, PRESIDENT of FTA Icenterl, is telling the other officers that all roads lead to Aus-
tin for the State Convention. Officers and sponsors are Brenda Henderson, Secretary, Carolyn
Woodall, Reporter, Shirley Snyder, Historian, Miss Biggs, Sponsor, Mr. Jones, Sponsor, Jody
Ortiz, Vice-President, Mrs. Moore, Sponsor, and Sheila Sain, Treasurer.
"ALL ABOARD" and the FTA delegates are off for fun and business at the State Convention in Austin.
Making the trip this year were Luis Valle, Frank Bates, Hal Carter, Shirley Clompton, Judy Fowlkes,
Shirley Snyder, Miss Biggs, and Peggy McDaniels.
FTA BOASTS that it has a membership of ac-
tive all-around students. Shirley Snyder has
brought recognition to the club as well as
school in many ways. She was one of the fi-
nalists in Miss Teen-Age Fort Worth Contest.
Her talent was a song and dance number,
"Hawaii," which she is shown doing.
VIC Develops High Stundurds of Work
THE OFFICERS FOR VIC are lRow 'I, left to rightlz Photo: Frank
Alvarado, Sergeant-at-Arms: Photo: Sunni Hanson, Secretary:
Photo: Angela Papskar, Sweetheart: IBM: Barbara Totten,
Vice-President: IBM: Judy Lindsey, Reporter: IBM: Avalea
Dellinger: IBM: Michal Puenta, Sergeant-at-Arms: IBM: Sam
Gerard, Treasurer: Cosmo: Jannie Pechacek, President: Lois
Jones, Vice-President: June Jones, Secretary: Rachel Guerra:
Margie Nombrano, Treasurer: Aircraft: Alan Bollom, Presi-
dent: Gary Bollom, Treasurer: Diesel: Curtis Johnson, Presi-
dent: Rickie Mosley, Sergeant-at-Arms: John McCain, Vice-
President: Eng. Drafting: Skipper Miller, Secretary. lRow 2l
Photo: Julie Martinez, Treasurer: Danny Eudaley, President:
Wood: Larry Vann, President: Jimmy Bingaman, Treasurer:
Tommy Lemons, Vice-President: Cosmo: Linda Torres, Ser-
geant-at-Arms: Freida Sanders, Reporter: Aircraft: Tom Brew-
er, Secretary: Dickie Allen: Diesel: Teddy Knight, Secretary:
Guy Morrison, Treasurer: Eng. Drafting: John McDonald, Vice-
President: J. D. Madewell, President: Alfred Saenz, Reporter.
lRow 3l Photo: Floyd Anthony, Reporter: Mike Thomas, Vice-
President: Print: Bob Doss, Sergeant-at-Arms: David Millsap,
Secretary: Bill Billington, Vice-President: Pete Blanton, Presi-
dent: Welding: Curtis Goodwin: Stanley Wilson: James Mc-
Carty Auto Mechanics: Johnny Glover, Treasurer: Gilbert Tay-
lor, Secretary: Sam Culbertson, President: Mike Trussell, Vice-
President: Diesel: Jack Fuller, Reporter: Eng. Drafting: David
McLeod, Treasurer: Morris Ashley, Sergeant-at-Arms. lRow 41
Refrigeration: Thomas Baughman: Roy Candovosa: Joe Mont-
gomery, President: Machine Shop: Lecil Alexander, President:
Radio-TV: Philip Hallmark: Jam McGhee: Larry Allcorn: Mark
Hooper. lRow Sl Auto Body: Larry Jones, Vice-President: Da-
hip and the interdependence of Workers
vid Burwell, President, Sherwood Gemany, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Electric Shop: Leon Turman, President, Refrigeration: Eddie
Phemister, Vice-President, Carol Williamson, Sweetheart, Da-
vid Newton, Secretary, Com. Art: Pam Hawkins, Secretary,
Madeline Bryan, Treasurer, Bobby Ruiz, Vice-President, D.A.:
Richard King, Sergeant-at-Arms, Christy Arcivar, President,
Mary Rivera, Treasurer. lRow 6l Com. Art: Alonzo Aguilar,
President, Donnie Potts, Sergeant-at-Arms, D.A.: Alice Harris,
Vice-President, Ann Johnson, Secretary, Pat Wells, Reporter,
Machine: Joe Govea, Reid Brown, Don Sellers, Sergeant-at-
Arms ICT: Linda Puett, Vickie Collard. lRow 7l Machine: Le-
roy Tullier, Treasurer, Fred Carpenter, Vice-President, ICT:
Virginia Davis, Reporter, Ronnie McQueen, President, Denny
' The purpose of the Vocational-Industrial
Clubs of Fort Worth is to unite students in
a common bond in vocational-industrial
classes in the various high schools of the
city. It also provides opportunities for stu-
dent members to develop the ability to
lead through participation in worthwhile
educational, social, recreational, and vo-
cational activities. Through group action,
they develop the ability to plan together,
organize, and carry out worthy club activi-
ties and proiects. ln doing this, they gain
a deep respect for the dignity of work. Vo-
cational-lndustrial C l u b promotes high
standards of workmanship, scholarship,
trade ethics and safety. Students, faculty
members, patrons of the school, and even
persons in business and industry have a
sincere interest in and esteem for voca-
tional-industrial education. It develops in
the individual himself wholesome atti-
tudes toward citizenship in school and
community which proves useful in later
years. In taking vocational-industrial edu-
cation, a student member develops a
knowledge of industrial organizations and
realizes the interdependence of fellow
ln developing their skills in vocational-
industrial education at Tech, they also go
to other schools for comparison of talent
and election of officers. Tech Vocational-
Industrial Club members went to L. D. Bell
High School for the district meet, and there
elected officers for the district. They then
traveled to Sam Houston High School in
Arlington for district competition. Towards
the end of the school year, vocational-in-
dustrial club members gather their know-
ledge and visit Austin for the state com-
petition, and they usually come back with
New VIC Chapter Makes I6 lor Tech
The first Negro Cosmetology VIC Club in the
state was organized at I. M. Terrell by Aretta
Davis, cosmetology instructor. Cosmetology :i':f:70
at Technical had the privilege of installing the
After the initiating ceremonies, the initiating
team from Tech visted the adult cosmetology
class at Terrell and observed their way of hair
styling, which diff-ers from our procedures. Fif-
teen members were initiated.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE TERRELL Cosmetology VIC presents a
charm to Mirs. Barrett in appreciation for all her help in get-
ting the new chapter organized.
First Negro Cosmotology
A new vocational course was intro-
duced this year. It is Vocational Business
A club was organized for this group
which made the sixteenth Vocational In-
dustrial Chapter in Technical High School.
THE V.O.E. OFFICERS are Mrs. Snellgrove, Sponsor:
Sharon Taylor, Reporterp Betty Baker, Treasurer: Jan-
ice Campbell, Secretary, Martha Cooper, Vice-Presi-
dentg Donna McAuIey, President, and not pictured,
Sherly McBride, Parliamentarian.
VIC in State is Organized
THE TECH COSMETOLCGY VIC MEMBERS who helped with the installation at Rosemary Rodriquez, Rachel Guerra, Linda Smith, Dreda Adkins, Nettie Alma
Terrell were Emaline Johnson, Rhonda Sydora, June Jackson, Lovita Reeves, rez, and Gloria Brown.
Linda Torres, Freda Sanders, Janie Pechacek, Margie Nombrano, June Jones,
VIC MEMBERS Bobby Fisher, John James, Johny
Dunagan, and Dell McDanieIs pick an orphan 'fovorite'
from the orphanage.
VIC Chapters Lend A Helping Hand
VIC MEMBERS ON TOUR OF THE ORPHANAGE
are, front row, Barbara Totten, Sunni Hanson,
Bobby Fisher, Danny Eudaley, Angela Paprskar,
Mike Thomas, and Barbara Pippen. Back Row:
Robert Thedford, Dell McDanieIs, Julie Marti-
nez, Delores Morenzo, John James, Gary Liv-
ingston, Pam Crosby, Elaine Price, Cathy Jones,
Johny Dunagan, Floyd Anthony, and LaJuana
JOHNY DUNAGAN, LA JUNA WARE, AND JOHN JAMES watch in amazement as
Santa Claus points out RudoIph's red nose.
LARRY SIEDELL AND DAVID NEWTON LISTEN attentively to the wisdom of
age from Mr. O'Connor about Viet Nam and the supplies that we sent them.
THE MEMBERS OF TECH'S DECA CHAPTER are: Row 1 lleft to righti: Jimmie Wallace, Linnea Dofflemyer, Jerry Mitchell,
Joyce Choate, Charlene Spurgeon, Wayne Phillips. Row 2: Sondra Smith, Don Lance, Dorothy Young, Hershel Bullock, Rob-
ert Moore, Mike Owen, Hollis Mitchell. Row 3: Vicky McElreath, Carolyn Buckner, Wayne Faulks, David Rubenstein, Larry
Mowatt, Luther Rainey, Libby Duncan. Row 4: Kenneth North, Jay Sanders, Danny Jackson, Johnny Slaton, Billy Thomas,
James Williams. Row 5: Paul McAllister, Henry Petree, Jimmy McCrary, Wesley Graham, Mrs. Grace.
Tech's Deco Hosts I966 Convention
The Distributive Education Clubs of America-otherwise
known as DECA-is an organization whose program of
leadership and development is designed specifically for
students enrolled in Distributive Education.
Distributive Education students have common obiec-
tives and interests. Each is studying for a specific career
obiective in marketing and distribution. Club activities
have a powerful psychological effect upon the attitudes
of students and, for many, DECA is the only opportunity
which they have to participate in soical activities of the
school and to develop knowledge of the responsibilities
DECA chapters are to DE class members what a civic
or professional organization is to a group of business-
men. Chapter activities are recognized as a part of the
total educational program because of their development
of leadership ability, professional attitudes, better citi-.
zenship characteristics, and social growth of the individ-
ual. Chapter activities serve as a teaching tool by creat-
ing interest in all phases of marketing and distribution
THE DECA OFFICERS ARE Libby Duncan, Secretary lcorresponclinglp Jerry Mitchell, Presi-
dentp Linnea Dofflemyer, Secretary lrecordinglp Joyce Choate, treasurer, Greg Camp,
Jimmie Wallace, and Vicky McElreath.
REPRESENTATIVES FROM MR. WlLSON'S DECA class are Charlotte Hopkins, Bill Jackson, Priscilla
Urbas, Larry Nelson, and Charlene Spurgeon.
CHARLENE SPURGEON WAS SELECTED to represent DECA as
sweetheart for 1965-66.
Sole Teens Promote Driving Courtesy
The Safe Teens are an example to Techites to promote sate-
ty among teenagers. They exhibt a better public image of
the average teen-age driver. With the good driving habits
they have developed, they are constantly a reminder to be
THE SAFE TEEN OFFICERS are Wilma Taffenstead, Tony Cherry, Lindo Stanfield
and Ruben Salome.
THE SAFE TEEN MEMBERS are: Row 1 Ueft to rightl: Alexis Cherry, Cynthia Hooper, Carlos Flores, Robert Lindsay, Toni Cherry, and Vivian Baker.
Brown, Katherine Elizondo, Wilma Traffansteud, Bert Combs. Row 2: Neta
Journalism Student Help with
THE 1965-66 BULLDOG STAFF is headed by, left to right, Bill Billington, Co-Editor, Alyssa Paur, Art Editor, Brenda Henderson, Editor, and Gary Bruce,
MRS. DEAN, THIS YEAR'S SPONSOR, continues to keep the staff hopping. TYPING A STORY are Carroll Chappell and Eddy Clayton
Paper in Print Shop
SEARCHING FOR THE LOST COPY are Lupe Patino and Pat Yeary.
The iournolism sTofT consisTs This year of TwenTy-Tour
members. Many of The sTudenTs were recommended To
The sponsor, Mrs. Deon, by various English Teachers as
ouTsTonding English pupils. Several boys from prinT shop
will receive special diplomas as o resulT of The course.
This is The TirsT year journalism has been offered To
iuniors. NexT yeorr's paper will be unique as if will be
CHECKING THE ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE are Gayle Kerr, John
COMPARING THE OLD AND THE NEW are Edward Velasquez Rod
erick Russell, and John James.
The firsT published by a pc:rTiolly exTended experienced
The purpose of The Bulldog is To keep The sTudenT body
enlighTened of news around The school. IT also gives
supporr To sTudenT orgolnizoTions ond The school's oThleTic
The Bulldog is published once every six weeks.
ASSISTING IN PRINT SHOP are, left to right, Arthur Marquez, Editorial Page Editor
Dickson, John Taylor, and Robert Hankins. Dickie Cheek, Exchange Editor, and reporters, Linda Sinclair and Margie Nombrano
THE VOLLEYBALL CLUB MEMBERS ARE:
Row 1 llefft to rightl: Madeline Bryan,
Jackie Horan, Mary Casarez, Sheila
Pearce, Mary Lou W.iIlars, Madeline Cis-
neros, Helen Carbaial, Linda Cooper, Lucy
Escobedo, Julie Martinez, Janet Beasley,
Lu Juana Ware.'Row 2: Lena Perez, Vir-
ginia De Leon, June Jones, Linda Drew,
Tammy Harrison, Beatrice Cisneros, Jane
Balderas, Anita Valerio, Julie Rodriquez,
Sherry Roberts, June Williams, Deanna
Castillo, Linda Pena. Row 3: Gloria Pan-
toia, Rosie Rios, Avalea Dellinger, Linda
Torres, Cookie Thompson, Sandy Lynch,
Shirley Duncan, Marilyn Cheek, Sheila
Hammock, Darlene Burke, Mary Oyervi-
des, Linda Hamilton, and Alice Martinez.
Volleyball Provides Fun
The Girls' Volleyball Club at Tech is an organization to improve
the girls' skills in volleyball and gives the advanced players a
chance To play Together. It enriches their social life and provides
them with a lot of fun.
THE VOLLEYBALL CLUB OFFICERS are Marilyn Cheek,
President, Helen Carbaial, Vice-President, Lena Pe-
rez, Secretary, and Sheila Hammock, Treasurer.
THE INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS are: First
Row: June Williams, Jovita Truiillo, Jodie Henson,
Barbara Torres, and Linda Soto. Second Row: Brenda
Cornish, Charlotte Ericson, and Mary Casares. Third
Row: Connie Barrientes and Carol Williamson.
Girls in PE ure Given Recognition
Row 1 ileft to rightl: Karen Bently, Lucy Escovedo, Julie Martinez, Jane Bal-
deras, Margie Nombrana, Helen Carbaial, Eva Sandoval, Phyllis Hortman,
Myrlene Moore, Hope Herrera. Row 2: Shiela Pearce, Martha Rameriz, Linda
Cooper, Linda Smith, Lena Perez, Barbara Torres, Linda Torres, Linda Drew,
Janet Beasely. Row 3: Avalea Dellinger, Pat Marsh, Donna Hammons, Gloria
The girls' physical education leaders promote interest
in physical fitness. The girls are recognized for their out-
standing leadership and ability in physical education.
The girls are an aid to the PE teachers because they pro-
mote more enthusiasm for the various games played in
Pantoia, Tammy Harrison, Helen Prior, Mary Casbrly, Mary Helen Gonzales,
Sylvia Smith, Linda Hamilton. Row 4: Teresa White, Susan Allsbrooks, Kay Bate-
man, Rosie Rios, Hope Rodriquez, Mary Lou Willars, Linda Pena, Madeline Cis-
neros, Fanny Hill, Marilyn Cheek, Sandy Lynch.
The purpose of the Bulldoggers is to back the various
athletic teams with school spirit. Their uniforms are the
school colors, they decorate the auditorium for all school
activities, and they work hard to show Tech school spirit
at its finest.
Row 1 ileft to righti: Linda Stanfield, Brenda Baxter, Shirley Kilburn, Susie Se-
peda, Racheal Owens, Carol Kerley, Helen Carbaial, Jane Balderas, Gloria Za-
rate, Janet Beasley, Ann Alvarado. Row 2: Alice Luce, Sylvia Ruelas, Rachel
Guerra, Dreda Adkins, Jerry Barnett, Linda Smith, Vickie Whitney, Judy Brown,
Gloria Chapa, Rosa Hernandez, Mary Helen Pena. Row 3: Larry Vann, Paulette
French, Jo Nell Wheeler, Lena Perez, Pam Rushing, Nedra Derryberry, Norma
Worldy, Connie Bettis, Linda Drew, Estefana Saldivar. Row 4: Gayle Walker,
Linda Waldie, Sue Benion, Rosie Rios, Margaret Hamilton, Pam Collard, Alice
Martinez, Debbie Russell, Irene Rodriquez. Row 5: Sherry Nelson, Kathy Elizondo,
Shirley Clompton, Peggy Wheeler, Linda Blissett, Raynel Wood, Melody Stone,
Sheila Pearce, Betty Griffin, Mary Vega, Ann Ramirez, Juanita Zamora. Row 6:
Joyce Foster, Debbie Moore, Mary Jane Mokszycki, Joyce Bullock, Kathy Wal-
lace, Linda Gordon, Bonnie Gaybeall, Beth Suchocki, Shiela Irvine. Row 7: Ara-
lea Dellinger, Brenda Humphreys, Carol Grzcoski, David Newton, Row 8: Jim
Story, David Millsap, Janice Faye Beall, Sharon Davis, Mary Sue Murray.
THE 1965-66 MEMBERS OF FNC are: Row 'l lleft to rightl: Mary Grish-
am, Gloria Zarate, Diane Epps, Eva Sandoval, Alexis Smith, Deanna
Castillo. Row 2: Jeanie Smith, Donna Hawley, Billie Brice, Yolanda
Sandoval, Carolyn Awley, Linda Cooper, Mary Castillo. Row 3: Marie
'Light Your Lump for
Stewart, Adrian Cooper, Geraldine Thompson, Rosario Guaiardo, Neta
Hooper, Dusti Marcinek, Joyce Stewart, Melinda Bigler. Row 4: Toddie
Frizzell, Gayle Greer, Shirley Cauthein, Beth Suchoki, Norma Lara,
Gwendlynne Strain, Cindy Heckart, Teresa Clark.
Service' Motto of FNC
THE FNC OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR are Donna Hawley, President, Mary Castillo, Vice-President,
Gloria Zarate, Treasurer, Eva Sandoval, Secretary, Mrs. Hobbs, Sponsor.
CAROLYN AUTREY, ,DUSTI MARCINEK, DONNA HAWLEY, YO-
LANDA SANDOVAL, Gloria Zarate, Eva Sandoval, Judy Wilson
are FNC members who have demonstrated their desire for
service by serving many hours as volunteers in the local hos-
pitals, this is one of the many service proiects carried out by
the FNC this year.
The Future Nurs-es of America learn what
a career in nursing offers, and what it re-
quires. It helps to develop in the student
those qualities that will help them to become
better nurses and more useful citizens.
THE FHA MEMBERS ARE: Row 1 llett to right, Mrs. Wilson, Angela Perez, Gloria Lara, Hope Rodriquez, Helen Price, Donna Tarver, Patricia Daniels, Sandra
Chapa, Rosie Hernandez, Clydene Jobe, Sheila Pearce, Mrs. Turner, Melinda Grantland, Mary Cisneros, Janelle Barbee. Row 4: Beverly Love, Peggy Evartt,
Bigler, Joyce Foster, Martha Ramirez, Brenda Baxter, Adrian Cooper, Mary Helen Joyce Bullock, Jo Nell Wheeler, Martha Herring, Peggy Wheeler, Sherry Nelson,
Pena, Frances Cleveland. Row 2: Sarah Renteria, Claire Hoover, Olga Cabral, Minnie Chesnut, June Jones, Grace Moldenhauer, Brenda Humphrys, Heide
Romona Joyner, Alice Luce, Loyce Shields, Yolanda Hill, Mary Castillo, Mary Ellis, Sonny Holmes, Mary Hyman, Linda Bell, Evelyn Elston, Linda Williamson,
Oyervides, Juanita Zamora, Rozanne Gonzales. Row 3: Neta Hooper, Ester Pat Cass. Q
Vasquez, Nancy Grzloski, Alice Edson, Linda Anderson, Pauline Bottoms, Norma
Problems of Tomorrow's Housewife ure
Challenge to FHA'ers
Members of Future Homemakers of America
gain a growing appreciation of the ioys and sat-
isfaction of homemaking. As well as realizing
the importance of their own worthy home mem
bership, these future homemakers help to work
for good home and family life for all. Not only
should democracy be found in our federal gov
ernment, but also in our community life and our
home life. Members work to promote good will
in the home and good will in international af
fairs. Opportunity is given to develop creative
leadedship, thus, experience is gained for future
PTA members, future Girl Scout leaders, and fu-
ture leaders of the numerous civic and social
clubs. Members learn the values of a wholesome
individual and group recreation. Building a
"house" into a "home" is not an easy task, but,
through training, Tech students learn to be the
homemakers of tomorrow.
Adrian Cooper, Historian.
EACH YEAR THE FHA GIRLS LOOK FORWARD to selecting their
favorite boy as FHA Beau. Needless to say, Sonny Holmes en-
. ioys all the female attention given him.
SELECTED FOR FHA LEADERS are lstanding, left to rightl Rozanne Gonzales, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Mrs. Cleveland, Sponsor, Peggy Wheeler, President, Mrs. Turner, Sponsor, Mrs. Wilson, Spon-
sor, Mary Hyman, Song Leader. Sitting: Mary Cisneros, Reporter, Brenda Baxter, Parliamen-
tarian, Pat Daniels, Vice-President, Mary Oyervides, Secretary, Sheila Pearce, Treasurer,
THE RED CROSS MEMBERS ARE: Row 1 ileft to rightl: Mrs. Rhodes, Sue Fults, Grissom, Yolanda Sandoval, Hope Rodriquez, Geraldine Thompson, Mary Oyer-
Linda Pursley, Jo Terracio, Ann Ramirez, Carol Chazarreta, Rosie Hernandez, vides, Judy Biggs, Priscilla Urbas, Brenda Baxter, Ernie Buell. Row 3: Kenneth
Loyce Shields, Carolyn Awtrey, Linda Soto, Rachel Guerra, Margie Nombrano, Sharp, Brenda Humphreys, Rickey Stafford, Johnny Yale, Shirley Snyder, Jim
Karen Johnson, Janelle Barbee, Barbara Pippen. ROW 21 Mel0ClY Stone. Mike Story, Linda Smith, Jo Nell Wheeler, Tina Valdez, Nelda Donoho, Judy Fowlkes,
Regan, Henry 0YerVideS, Carla Whife, Sherri Yanez, Norma Worley, Cynthia Pat Cass, Lesley Wilson, Randy Hamrick, Grace Moldenhauer, Raymond Reed.
Red Cross Members Learn theloy of Lending A
T-he Red Cross organization serves all
the people of the world with an under-
standing of their problems. Being one of
the largest organizations in Fort Worth,
the Red Cross is always busy working on
a worthwhile proiect. The Red Cross
members are constantly in search of new
ways to bring about better understand-
ing in all parts ofthe world.
SPONSORS for the Red Cross work from year to year, but always find it rewarding because :heres are THE RED CROSS members do many services for groups or
different groups to work with. They will be the first to say that much of the success for the club for individuals during the year. One proiect is to collect
any year depends upon the officers elected each year. Leaders for the club this year areisecond from clothing at Christmas to send to the war orphans over-
leftl Shirley Snyder, Secretary, Kenneth Sharp, Vice-President, and Brenda Baxter, President. The spon- seas. Nelda Donoho points out the place on a map
sors are ileftl Mrs. Mary Rhodes and Mrs. Buena Dale lextreme rightl. -loo where this year's packages were sent.
THE TALA MEMBERS FOR T965-66 ARE: Row T lleft to rightl: Mrs. Haley, Marie Peggy Gregory, Anne Holland, Lorraine Callender. Row 3: Teresa Clark, Barbara
Waldrop Clydene Jobe, Ramona Joyner, Judy Wolfe, Robin Adams, Sam Ge- Beeson, Rosie Rios, Trudy Shiply, Linda Clark, Madereine Morris, Pat Earley,
rard Row 2: Kenneth Sharp, Sheila Pearce, Susan Allsbrooks, Marilyn Warren, Gay Elliot,
Teenage Interest in Library Promotes Greater
The Teen-Age Library Association Club is designed to
give high school students an opportunity to learn basic
skills in library operation by sharing the duties of giving
service to fellow students. This group promotes interest in
librarianship as a career and fosters an interest in read-
A Our local chapter is affiliated with the district and state
organizations. Library assistants attend district meetings
each fall to improve library skills, share new ideas in
workshops, and enioy the fellowship of other library
THE OFFICERS FOR TALA ARE:Mrs. Morell, Pat Earley, Reporter, Judy Wolfe, Vice-Presidentp
Kenneth Sharp, Presidentp Sheila Pearce, Secretary, Clydene Jobe, Treasurer, Mrs. Haley.
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL students are a reading group. More
books were checked out of the school library last year than at
any other time or school. Mary Wilcoxson knows that it is a dif-
ficult task to keep all the cards straight. She is checking the
records here preparatory to checking a book out on the machine
that is used for this purpose.
THE 1965-66 STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTED as
er, Jerry Barger, President, and Mr. Great-
Cauncil Vital Link for Student Faculty Relations
STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS are: Row 1 lleft to rightly Jerry Barger, Carol
Ross, Connie Pedty, .lan Lyn Townsend, Helen Carbaial, Marie Waldrop, Cecilia
Truiullo, Sherri Roberts, Mike Vann, Myrlene Moore, Vicki Miller, Mr. Bentley.
Row 2: Loydean Tennison, Karen Bailey, Melinda Miller, Avalea Dellinger, Bar-
bee Beeson, Alexis Smith, Hollis Mitchell, Linda Merado, Susan Alcala, Kath-
erine Elizondo, Lynn Hillman, Jeanie Smith. Row 3: Debbye Riley, Christy Arch-
ivar, Susie Ball, Julie Martinez, Sheila Pearce, Paula Malenowsky, Sue Horton,
Sylvia Smith, Tom Pitts, Tom Harrison, Tommy Whitley, Helen Paprskar, John
Miller. Row 4: Linda Beth Drake, Pat Marsh, Monita Clifton, Pat Earley, Lynda
Wood, Mary Dunnam, Judy Monk, Danny Gardner, Mike Daniel, Carolyn Harris,
Pat Brimer, Sonny Holmes, Rudy Garcia. Row 5: Donna McAuley, Peggy Wheel-
er, Sue Barker, Jan Winningham, Stanley Wilson, Tom Brewer, David Newton,
Johnny Yale, Robert Hofmann, Paul Carrell, Charles Scott, Dale Teboy, James
Smith, Rickie Mosley, Lesley Wilson.
officers lleft to rightl Mr. Harris, Mr. Bentley,
Sonny Holmes, Treasurer, Helen Carbaial, Sec-
retary, Vicki Miller, Vice-President, Mr. Palm-
ln a democratic society, citizens must understand demo-
cratic ways. Student Council members, officers, and sponsors
torm the Technical student government. Selected from each
homerooom, the Student Council members act as delegates.
They represent and bring the suggestions and desires from
their own homeroom classmates. -The Student Council helps
to maintain a form ot school government which encourages
pupil-teacher cooperation. Members strive to foster sentimentsifl'
of loyalty to and cooperation with the school. Under the Stu-
dent Council organization all student organizations are under
one general control. As the council members work together,
they not only accomplish such things as sponsoring movies
and buying records tor the iukebox, but they also learn the
value ot practicing parliamentary procedure and of living in
a democratic environment. These values will carry the stu-
dents far in lite.
THE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY are: Row 1 lleft to rightli Barnes, Avalea Dellinger, Barbara Totten. Row 3: Gwendlynne Strain, Judy
Mrs. Turner, Sam Gerard, Karen Johnson, Ramona Joyner, Carolyn Hattis, Miss Lindsey, Gloria Briseno, Dusti Marcinek, Monita Clifton, Helen Bransom, Sheila
Joyce Beard. Row 2: Angela Paprskar, Jeanie Smith, Susan Allsbrooks, Linda Hammock.
NHS Promotes Scholarship and Character
THE OFFICERS FOR NHS ARE Gloria Briseno, Treasurerg Sam Gerard, President, Barbara Totten, Vice-President, Helen Branson,
Reporter, Miss Beard and Mrs. Turner.
The National Hon-
or Society strives to
recognize any stu-
dent who shows an
for scholarship and
chosen for member-
ship in NHS may loe
proud, for they have
worked hard to pro-
m ot e intelligent
leadership and the
development o f
AY'ers Learn About Alcoh
ALLIED YOUTH MEMBERS ARE: Row I Cleft to rightly Mr. Wilcox, Mrs. Vaughan
Mrs. Cleveland, Susie Sepeda, June Jackson, Angela Paprskar, Eva Almarez
Kathy O'Connor, Debbye Riley, Larry Vann, Johnice Holder, Pat Sanders, Myrl-
ene Moore, Marti Womack, Joyce Foster. Row 2: Dreda Adkins, Pat Brimer,
.leanita Dollins, Carol Ross, Priscilla Urbas, Yolanda Carrizales, Randy Hunter
Sunni Hanson, Vicki Duncan, James Gravelle, Dwane Light, Pat Hankins, Allen
Hornbeak. Row 3: John McCann, Janet Green, Minnie Kay Ellis, Brenda Baxter,
Linda Smith, Bill Blood, Tommy Whitley, Sandi Wells, Eddy Smith, Debbie Pres-
cott, Ray Bateman. Row 4: Jeanie Smith, Jo Terracio, Barbara Totten, Vicki
Miller, Shirley Kilburn, Gloria Brown, Roxanna Harmonson, Donna McAuley,
JIM STORY, one of the Tech delegates to
the National Convention, is waiting for
the group to come 'down from the top of
the Empire State Building.
ALLIED YOUTH OFFICERS FOR 1965-66 are: Priscilla Urbas, Publicity: Donna Berkes and Debbie Prescott, Proiects:
Debbye Riley, Historian: Angela Paprskar and Pat Hankins, Membership. Standing: Mr. Gist, Mrs. Vaughan, Mr.
Wilcox, Mrs. Cleveland, Kathy O'Connor, Socials, Heide Ellis, President
rough Sponsored Activities
Mary Hyman, Henry Oyervides, Dave Brittain. Row 5: Mary Jane Mokszycki,
Linda Burt, Jerry Burger, Janice Garbett, James Massengale, James Roberts,
Johnny Yale, Donna Berkes, Sherry Corley, Mike Putman, David Bailey. Row 6:
Rickey Riley, Pat Cass, Mary Oyervides, Richard Barker, Martha Herring, Janelle
Barbee, Avala Dellinger, Peggy McDaniel, Dennis Wall, Brenda Humphrey,
MARY HYMAN LAYS A KISS on Randy
Hunter to the delight of other Allied
PAUL NEWTON, JOHNNY YALE, JUNE
JACKSON and Mary Hyman exhibit the
dress of AY members at the get-acquainh
ed "kidcly" party.
Douglas Smith, Jan Estlick, Jean Brown, Hortensia Menchaca Evelyn Elston
John Miller, Carol Jenkins, Randy Wilson. Row 7: Barbee Beeson Donna D
Finney, Eddie Griffin, Dennis Dickey, Tom Harrison, Michael Puente Norris
Fisher, William Henning, Charles Campau, Luther Hutton, Sonny Holmes Herde
Ellis, Jim Story, Herby Gonzales.
PRISCILLA URBAS FEEDS the "kiddy," Mike
Putnam, out of his style of bottle.
Allied Youth is a co-educational organization whose
main purpose is to help young people become aware of
the complete truths concerning alcoholic beverages and to
enable them to participate in programs of education, rec-
reation and citizenship without the use ot alcohol.
The members ot Allied Youth are expected to believe
in the purpose and 'promote it. All members are able to
attend an International and a Southwest Conference. At
International, there are representatives from posts all over
the United States. lt is held in Washington, D.C., and pre-
ceded by an educational tour ot New York. At Southwest,
representatives of posts all over the Southwest region of
the U. S. gather. This is always held in Texas.
The club has proiects to make money tor the benefit of
the members and there are occasional socials. The mem-
bers learn to enioy themselves and have fellowship with-
out the aid of any drink or stimula. The meetings consist of
programs of mutual interest about health, education, and
This year the Allied Youth post promoted a cake- sale
and a coke bottle drive. They also sponsored a kiddie par-
ty and a hayride.
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, the administration, and
learn through books and
it is the student body th
They may w
from all walks of life
Here IS where Tech s
are the "here and now," the
a school such as Tech
each student wall be
their country. Tech
by Jerry Barger
Hurd Working Officers ond
THE SENIOR SPONSORS for 1966 were Mr. Mike Bigler, Miss Marjorie Hays, Mrs. Shirley Murphy, and
Miss Beverly Biggs.
el .kes Q.
"NOW lT'S GOING TO BE ALL RIGHT," is a familiar expression of Mrs. Shirlie
Murphy's, and sure enough with her around, it usually is. She is shown here check-
ing candy sales with Kathy O'Connor.
"OH! NO! NOT AGAIN!" Miss Beverly Biggs was
iust about to get settled down to some long neg-
lected paper grading when another senior class
crisis arose. 4
The class of '66 was fortunate in hav-
ing four of the most energetic people at
Technical for their sponsors. Although
many times people wondered if Mr. Big-
ler, wood shop instructor, would ever
get to say anything at all, but somehow
he always managed to come silently
through with whatever building or
climbing needed to be done, Miss Biggs,
Miss Hays, and Mrs. Murphy were al-
ways busy trying to remember if they
had forgotten everything they were sup-
posed to re-member.
There were many hecitc situations
when it seemed as though the whole
proiect of trying to get 589 students
through their senior year was about to
fall apart. All the worrying was for no-
thing, howev-er, for things seemed to
mend themselves somehow and turn out
right. With these- sponsors, how could
the class of 1966 help but be the best?
Is the Formula lor Senior Cluss's Success
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS are not iust leaders but doers as well. lSeated on
floor at leftl Sunni Hanson, reporter, is seen here checking some of the pub-
licity received in the last three years. Shirley Snyder lright on floorl poses with
knife ready to break her piggy bank. As treasurer Shirley knows a piggy bank
won't hold all the money they have made. lleft on sofal Heide Ellis, secre-
tary, waits with notebook ready to record all proceedings. lRrght on sofal Linda
Beth Drake, vice-president, relaxes after blowing up balloons ready to decorate
the cafeteria. lCenterl Sonny Holmes, president, presides over hrs officers
meeting. He looks well-pleased with the cooperation he has received from hrs
When the seniors elected these officers, they
knew they were veteran workers. Each one had
been working for this class since the day they all
entered Tech as sophomores. The doors of the
school never opened without some, if not all, of
this group being present. This was because ev-
eryone ot them love their school and have want-
ed to contribute something to it. For three years
these tour girls and one boy have played,
cheered, sold various items, decorated, and above
all planned and worked with other members of
the class to make theirs a very special class.
THEY MAY BE HARD-WORKING senior class officers,
but Linda Beth Drake and Hel-de Ellis just have to
take time out to comb hair.
Raymond Abbott Linda Adcock Keith Adkins Alice Ainsworth Lecil Alexander
Aeronautics Vocational Homemaking Mill and Cabinet Vocational Homemaking
Sharon Allen Teresa Allen Henry Alonzo Carmen Alvarado Amanda Alvarez
Business Distributive Education IBM Cosmetology
589 Seniors Resolve to Make This Lust Year
Floyd Anthony Lloyd Anthony Paul Arauio Christy Arcivar Beverly Ashcraft
Photography Photography Dental Assistance Business
Morris Ashley Robert Avery . Alvina Ayala Bobby E. Bacon Dorothy Bailey
Engineering Drafting Aeronautics Business
Shirley Bain Kathy Baker Patsy Baker Kathy Ballew Jerry Barger
Vocational Business Education
Gary Barker Nina Sue Barker Linda K, Barnes Janette Barnett A W. H. lTonyl Barnett
Distributive Education IBM Business
n e ALLEN HORNBECK delighted the audience at the annual
variety show by slngmg a song he wrote himself.
Roy Barnhart Enid Barthen Thomas Baughman
Aeronautics Cosmetology Refrigeration
Frank Bayley Bobbie Beard Sheila Be I
LUNCH TIME MEANS different things to different people. Kathleen O'Connor prefers to Emma Bell'hClI'6S Shirley Bel1l'l'lGll
think silently, while Willie Hille uses every minute to the advantage of his stomach. Business Business
Others iust came to eat. . 0
Karen Bentley Vicki Berry
Cosmetology Vocational Homemaking
Bill Billington Danny Bills Jimmy Bingaman Tony Blancarte Sandro Blanton
Printing Auto Body Mill and Cabinet Commercial Art
Rusty Babbitt Alan Bollom David Bownds Betty Boyd Jo Ann Bradshaw
Gayle Brady Linda Brannon Helen Bransom Jack Brewer David Brimer
Business Business IBM Diesel Industrial Electricity
Gloria Briseno Charlie Brown Reid Brown Gary Bruce Johnny Buchanan
Business Commercial Art Machine Business Diesel
Carolyn Buckner Hershel Joe Bullock Tandy Bumpas Christopher Burcie Mike Burks
Distributive Education IBM Print Diesel
Steve Burris Linda Burt Richard Bush Robert Bush Charles Calcaterra
Auto Mechanics Business Auto Body Photography Math and Science
Tim Callan Linda Calvert Lupe Camargo Janice Campbell Roy Candanosa
Electric Industrial Cooperative Business Business Refrigeration
Bryan Cargill Fred Carpenter Renee Casey Jaunita Castill Mary Castillo
Print Machine Business Vocational Office Education Dental Assistance
R l' l. S l ll -ll Serve Oli
Mike Castillo Brenda Chapman Marilyn Cheek Dickie Cheek Minnie Chestnut
Machine Business Print Vocational Homemaking
Carla Christian Barbara Church Mary Cisneros Beatrice Cisneros Jimmy Clark
Cosmetology Business Vocational Homemaking Business Engineering Drafting
Doris Clay Eddy Clayton Paul Clower Joyce Coate Linda Cochran
Vocational Homemaking Print Photography Distributive Education IBM
Kathryn Coggin Bryan Coleman Vickie Collard Chris Cooper Martha Cooper
Cosmetology Welding Industrial Cooperative Business
Training Vocational Office Education
Jesse Cordova Sherry Corley
Radio and TV Business
Royce Cornelison Rachel Cortez cAnlA cl-mlsnAN AND cm: McLaughlin praise the football team wash music at Q
Welding Cosmetology breakfast given to honor the team by cosmetology VIC.
Sanford Crayton Linda Cromwell Robert Cruchfield
Aeronautics Industrial Cooperative Commercial Art
Sammy Culbertson Virgil Curry Mike Daniel
Auto Mechanics Distributive Education Auto Mechanics
CHARLIE BASKAM LEAVES his duties as drummer for
the Kasuals to sing a number at the Howdy Dance.
Participation In Homecoming Brings
Rubby Daniels Elaine Danner Allen Davis Billy Davis Ronald Davis
Electric Business Business Auto Body Auto Mechanics
Virginia Davis Sharon Davidson John Davila Marshall Day Kay Dearmore
Industrial Cooperative Cosmetology Electric Cosmetology
Training Mid-Term Graduate
James Diffenderfer Mary Margaret Danny De Hart Linda Deuvall Linnea Dofflemyer
Aeronautics De Fqrd Distributive Education Cosmetology Distributive Education
Steve Dominguez Becky Doss David Douthey Linda Beth Drake Forrest Driskell
Auto Mechanics IBM Business Mid-Term Graduate
Both Happy und Sud Memories To Seniors
Johny Dunagan Robbie Duncan Nina Dugger Shirley Duncan Connie Dunklin
Cosmetology Cosmetology Business
Judy Dunlap Patricia Earley Alice Edson Robert E iott Genellia Elliott
Business Business Business Auto Body Cosmetology
Heide Ellis Amelia Ann Erwin Margie Escamilla Mary Escobedo David Escoto
Vocational Homemaking Business Cosmetology Business Machine
Manuel Escoto Robert Escovedo Carlos Espinosa Robert Espinoza Danny Eudaley
Machine Aeronautics Print Auto Mechanics Photography
Amanda Fanning Lytha Faulknor Delight Felps Mary Fields Norris Fisher
Cqgmetglggy Commercial Art Vocational Homemaking IBM IBM
Kenneth Fifzgerqld Sharon Flippen Johnny Flores Fred Ford Gary Ford
Dighribufiye Educqfion Distributive Education Academic Aeronautics Auto Mechanics
. Y .
Ronnie Foster Madeline Franklin wsu, IT lSN'T EXACTLY the -mug," but it proves to be just as much fun
IBM for Angela Papskar and Ronnie Pringle.
Tommy Fritts Kirk Fults
Sue Fults Joe Gaige Patty Ganoe Janis Garbett Joe Garcia
Business Mill and Cabinet Commercial Art Business Print
Robert Garcia Sharon Gault Thomas Gid ey Ernest Gil Nelda Gilbreath
Mill and Cabinet Business Radio and TV Print
Glen Girard Lu Ann Gloff Johnny Glover Glenda Godfrey Manuela Godinez
Engineering Drafting Dental Assistance Auto Mechanics Business Business
Carmen Gomez Dora Gomez Rozanna Gonzales Lazaro Gonzalez Cutis Goodwin
Business Cosmetology Vocational Homemaking Print Welding
Monica Gonzales Kitty Goodwin
"DON'T LOOK NOW, but they're going to play 'Roadrunner' again," whis-
Oils Gbrmdh JOE GOVBG pers Karen Bentley to Carol Wall. "lf I hear 'beep-beep' just once more
Radio and TV Mqching I'II lose my mind."
, . S
Sunni Hanson Sandra Grantland James Gravelle Janet Green Mike Green
Pl10l09"C'Pl1Y Dental Assistance Commercial Art Business Commercial Art
Richard Green Steve Greer Sharon Griffin Cynthia Grissom Rafaela Guerrero
Industrial Cooperative Business Business Cosmetology
S . S l G od EXCllTlpl8 lOl' Sophomores
Pam Gumm Willie Gupton Sharon Haddock Linda Haley Cheryl Hall
Vocational Homemaking Print IBM Business
Phillip Hallmark Janice Hambrick Linda Hami ton Sheila Hammock Nancy Hammond
Radio and TV Business Commercial Art Commercial Art Cosmetology
Robert Hankins Tommy Hardy Allen Harper Carolyn Harris Dana Harris
Print Machine Engineering Drafting Commercial Art
David Harris Patricia Harris Tammy Harrison Tom Harrison Shirley Hartis
Machine lBM Business IBM Business
Mid-Term Graduate Mid-Term Graduate
Seniors Crum for Mid-Term Exam after Making
Close Check of Credits
Patrick Harvey Brownie Hathcock
Pamela Hawkins Ted Hearne JANICE CAMPBELL AND sus BARKER present Mr. Riley walls e lovely birthday eelee to
Cqmmergiql Art Refrigeration the delight of Mrs. Riley, who was afraid she was going to have to bake one.
Brenda Henderson Dale Henderson Barbara Hennesay Jan Hennig
Engineering Drafting Business Refrigeration Business Commercial Art
William Henning Lester Hensley Henry Hernandez Pete Herrera Rose Mary Herrera
Engineering Drafting Aeronautics Aeronautics Aeronautics Business
Pandemonium Reigns as Seniors Register for
Radio and TV
Their Lust Semester
Vera Hille Roy Hix Peggy Hobbs Sharon Hodges
Industrial Cooperative Business Business
Richard Dean Hogan Don Hollingsworth Sonny Holmes Mark Hooper
Business Science and Math Academic Radio and TV
Neta Hooper Jerrell Hooten Nancy Hopper Charlotte Hopkins Allen Hornback
Vocational Homemaking Engineering Drafting Cosmetology Distributive Education Engineering Drafting
Skip Horni Phyllis Hortman Annette Hosey John Hudgins Gayle Hughes
Radio and TV Min and Cabinet IBM
o o o o
'-PLEASE, PRESIDENT JOHNSON, iusr because rm
not in uniform, don't send me to Viet Nam," begs
Sherri Hutchinson Sammie Hutton Walter Huzarevich
Bill Hyman Danny Jackson Rodney Jackson
Distributive Education Distributive Education Print
Patricia Jacobs James John Loretta Jennings Sara Jennings Reese Jetton
Industrial Cooperative Photography Business Business Distributive Education
Clydene Jobe Ann Johnson Curtis Johnson Robert Johnson Tommy Johnson
Business Dental Assistance Diesel
Vllflely Sh0W US M6mb6I'S of Pl-Bfh PCllCh9l'S,
Jacqueline Jones Larry Jones Lois Jones Mary Etta Jones Robert Jordan
Auto Body Cosmetology Cosmetology Machine
Michael Joyner Norman Ke ley Myrna Kelly Katherine Kerley Gayle Kerr
Distributive Education Electric Cosmetology Vocational Homemaking Business
Troy Kerr Linda Kilman Frankie Kincheloe Frances King Richard King
Cosmetology Business Business Dental Assistance
Teddy Knight Sally Krukulski Gloria Laing Terry Lampman Jesse Lancarte
Diesel IBM Distributive Education Diesel
S . W li l'l Cl l' A ll 'l'
Mary Ann Lancaster Denny Lane Jerry Lane Ronnie Lang Alton V. Langford
Cosmetology Machine Diesel Commercial Art
Norma Lara Nancy Larson Mary Lavoine Ken Leatherman Sue Ledbetter
Vocational Homemaking Distributive Education Business Commercial Art Business
,Q ,I x
Helen Ledesma Donna Leuthouser ALTHOUGH IT APPEARS when Mr. Reeder is eekang Mary Jean Vedder for e
Vocational Homemaking Cosmetology dance, everyone has other ideas.
Jackie Leverett Don Lewallen
Wanda Light Judy Lindsay Glenda Kay Looper Danny Lopez Dolores Lopez
IBM Business Machine Business
Vocational Office Education
Helen Lopez Marcial Lopez C Sharon Loron Connie Lott Larry Lott
Cosmetology Auto Body Cosmetology Diesel
CLYDENE JOBE sang "Sixteen Going on Seventeen"
from THE SOUND OF MUSIC at the annual variety show.
Dave Magallon Dusti Marcinek
Print Dental Assistance
Daniel Martin Lynne Martin
Ann Luce Mike Lusty Elaine Lyle
Sherrye Lynch Carmen Macias J. D. Maclewell
Dental Assistance Cosmetology Engineering Drafting
Senior Play and Senior Day
Johnny Marsh Arthur Marquez Art Martin
Radio and TV Print Math and Science
Becky Martinez Jesse Martinez Juan Martinez
Julie Martinez James Massengale Dan Mazza
Photography Aeronautics Electric
Dennis McConn Donna McCoy Jimmy McCreary
Machine Business Distributive Education
A ll th l ll
Carol McLaughlin David McLeod Harold McQueen
Cosmetology Engineering Drafting Aeronautics
Susan Medina Larry Merry
Donna McAuley James McCarty
Vocational Office Education
George McDaniel Charles Mclntosh
Photography Engineering Drafting
S . A T. 't'
Ronnie McQueen Russell McVean
Don Miller Fred Miller
Commercial Art Commercial Art
Hazel Miller Shieley Millirons Jerry R. Mitchell Judy Monk Yolanda Montez
IBM Distributive Education Commercial Art Vocational Homemaking
Joe Montgomery Roger Mooney Nancy Moore Delores Moreno Chuck Morgan
Refrigeration Print Cosmetology Photography
James Morgan Beverly Mormino Raymond Morrison Robert Morrison Terry Morrow
Aeronautics Cosmetology Engineering Drafting Academic Cosmetology
Betty Mosley Larry Mowatt Kenneth Munn Karen Nabors Valerie N665
Distributive Education Engineering Drafting Business IBM
Larry Nelson Paul Nemitz Betty Newsome David Newton Margie Nombrana
Distributive Education Commercial Art Business Refrigeration Cosmetology
Kenneth North Richard Norwood Raymond Obergeon Kathy O'Conner Alvaro Olguin
Welding Welding Auto Mechanics Vocational Homernaking
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SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Sonny Holmes tells the Sen
iors some of the plans that lie ahead.
Mary Olguin Jody Ortiz Mike Owens
Henry Oyervides Mary Oyervides Eva Ozuna
Refrigeration Vocational Homemaking Business
THE HOWDY DANCE turned out to be a victory celebration for the large Tgby Ozunq William Pqddqgk
crowd after a 53-0 romp over North Dallas. Industrial Cooperative Business
Pat Page Mary Ann Pantoia
Seniors Feel Most Thoroughly Tested
Angeia Papriskar Beverley Pate Lupe Patino Osvaldo Patino Frank Patterson
IBM Vocational Homemaking Radio and TV Mill and Cabinet Machine
Alyssa Paur Sheila Pearce Joan Pearson Kay Pearson Jannie Pechacek
Commercial Art Vocational Homemaking Dental Assistance Distributive Education Cosmetology
Joe Pena Janice Penrod Carolyn Perez Juanita Perez Mike Perez
Machine Business Business Radio and TV
Raymond Perez Richard Perez Roland Perez Samuel Perez Henry Petree
Print Print Refrigeration Mill and Cabinet Distributive Education
Wayne Phillips ' Theresa Pickering James Pike Shirley Pechal Pittman Freddie Platero
Distributive Education Business Machine Cosmetology Machine
Mid-Term Graduate Mid-Term Graduate
Mark Platten Jerry Plotner Melba Po ard Thresa Pollard Richard Pond
Auto Body Business Business Machine
Donnie Potts Gwen Prater Debbye Preston Michael Puente Jimmy Pugh
Commercial Art Cosmetology Cosmetology IBM Refrigeration
Jody Pytel Martha Ramirez Esther Rangel Robert Reed Tommy Reilly
Engineering Drafting Business Business Auto Body Auto Mechanics
S l C l l'l Cl llll li GTB
Priscilla Renois Martha A. Renteria Richard Renteria Elvira Reyes Linda Riley
Vocational Homemaking Cosmetology Auto Mechanics Business
Rickey Riley Brenda Rinehart Barbara Roberts Dan Roberts James Roberts
lBM Distributive Education Business Commercial Art IBM
Roberta Robinson Louisa Rodriquez Luis Rodriquez Lupe Rodriquez Paul Rodriquez
Cosmetology Cosmetology Mill and Cabinet Machine
Robert Rodriquez Rose Mary Rodriquez Linda Romo Victor Rosales Johnny Rowell
Auto Mechanics Cosmetology Business Radio and TV Commercial Art
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LOOKS AS THOUGH RICKY STAFFORD is wishing both he and
Carol McLaughlin had never heard of Lil' Abner and Daisy
Christine Rubalcaba David Rubenstein
Cosmetology Distributive Education
Bobby Ruiz Darreil Rumsey
Commercial Art Mill and Cabinet
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Pamela Russell Alfred Saenz
Business Engineering Drafting
Irma Saenz Elodia Salazar
SONNY HOLMES, RICKY STAFFORD, JAMES ROBERTS,
AND JAMES GREVELLE take the suicide leap after re-
port card day.
Seniors Groun Over Government Grades
Johnny Salazar Suzie Salazar John Slameron Martha Saltzgiver Manuel Sanchez
Machine Business Print Business Machine
Alan Sanders Denny Sanders Freida Sanders Jay Sanders Larry Sanders
Diesel Cosmetology Distributive Education Commercial Art
Danny Sanford Jim Schooler Ginger Schoonover Linda Ann Scruggs
Commercial Art IBM Photography Business Business
Mery Seghers Donald Sellers Frances Serrano Kenneth Sharp I Rebecca Shaw
Cosmetology Machine Business Business Vocational Homemaking
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Glenda Sherrill Joyce Shields 1 Loyce Shields Michael Shipiky Clayton Shivers
Cosmetology Distributive Education Vocational Homemaking Radio and TV Cosmetology
Mary Ann Sides Donnise Simmons Carol Skipper Alvin Slayton Douglas Smith
Cosmetology Cosmetology Cosmetology Business Machine
James Smith Jeanie Smith Kathy Smith Linda Smith Linda S. Smith
Aeronautics Cosmetology Business Cosmetology IBM
Mid-Term Graduate Mid-Term Graduate
Sondra Smith Sylvia Smith Terry Smith Michael Snelson Tony Shioleno
Distributive Education Business Welding Machine Engineering Drafting
S . . 0 d f I .t t. d
Paul Snyder Shirley Snyder Tommie Soto Janet Spivey Vicky Stacy
Business Business Commercial Art Business
Vocational Office Education
Ricky Stafford Clyde Stalcup Robert L. Stanley John Stegal Sue Stewart
Business Auto Mechanics Engineering Drafting Distributive Education Vocational Homemaking
Carol Stoutenberger Doyle Streeter Charles Streig Jimmy Strong Brenda Stroud
Business Auto Mechanics Diesel Auto Body Vocational Homemaking
Kenneth Stubblefield Donna Sumpter Mary Helen Sustaita Donnelie Talbert Peggy Tate
Machine Business Business Commercial Art Cosmetology
are Measured for the Cups and Gowns
TECH MADE A GOOD SHOWING at the District Convention where Linda
Beth Drake presided at the luncheon.
Gilbert Taylor Sharon Taylor
Auto Mechanics Business
Vocational Office Education
Joan Templeton Jo Terracio
Commercial Art Business
HEIDE ELLIS tries to "hang on" as both she and Sonny Holmes
know this will be a tough year.
Robert L. Mike Thomas
Theadford, Jr. Phoiosfffphv
Ronald Thomas Judy Thompson
Seniors Eugerly Awuit the Arrival of Annuul
Gloya Thweatt Johnnie Thweatt Deborah Tidwell Sandra Tompkins Frank Torres
Business Business Cosmetology Machine
Barbara Totten David Traffaustead ' Kenny Trevino Richard Truiillo Leroy Tullier
IBM Engineering Drafting Distributive Education Auto Body Machine
Leon Turman Lynn Turner Ronald Turner Charles Tybroski Sandra Underwood
Electric Vocational Homemaking Business Refrigeration Business
Edna Upchurch Priscilla Urbas Charlie Valdez Tina Valdez Kathy Valentine
Business IBM Aeronautics Business Business
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William Valentine Frank Valenzuela Luis Valle Gary Van Larry Vann
Diesel Print Business Auto Mechanics Mill and Cabinet
Ronnie Veatch Mary Jean Vedder Edward Velasquez Deborah Votaw Peggy Waddle
Machine IBM Print Business
Nancy Wade Barbara Waits Kay Wa drop Carol Wall Jimmy Wallace
Commercial Art IBM Cosmetology Distributive Education
Michael Walthall Dalene Watson Evan Watts Frank Watts La Verne Weaver
Radio and TV Radio and TV Machine Cosmetology
Seniors are Serious as They Bid Farewell to
Dennis Weid Dana West Donald Wetzel Carla White Vanita White
Aeronautics Engineering Drafting Commercial Art Business
Mary Wilcoxson Mary Lou Willars James Williams Linda Williamson Bobby Wilson
Business IBM Distributive Education Commercial Art Business
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Judith Wolfe Dianne Wood Eddie Wood Lynda Wood Sheila Wood
Business Cosmetology Industrial Cooperative Business Cosmetology
Joe Woodall Raymond Woody Bill Wren Johnny Yale Cindy Yates
Commercial Art Business Auto Body Academic Business
Past and Turn Their Eyes Toward the Future
Dorothy Young Larry Young
Distributive Education Aeronautics
Lupe Zamarripa Selestino Zamora
Auto Mechanics Print
THE FIRST MAJOR STEP AS seniors was to elect officers. Angela Papaskar
makes her bid for a place as Linda Beth Drake
and Bill Hyman look on.
Eager Juniors Look Forward To A Busy Yeur
IF GOOD LEADERSHIP is an indication of a successful class, this group will go far. Sponsors volun-
teer for the extra 'ob so the are ver conscientious Junior s onsors are Mr. Lowe Leach, Mrs.
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JUNIORS--The unheralded classy
seniors worry about The sopho-
moresp sophomores look up To The
seniors-, while The hard-working
iuniors move beTween The Two Tac-
Tions smooThing our The rough
edges between The gap.
If you look behind mosT any
coke concession stand you will find
a iunior. They sell drin'ks each year
aT such evenTs as The annual Vari-
eTy Show, and The Senior Play-
iusT To name a few. Packing ice
and popping coke boTTle caps is
dirty work, but Th-e juniors don'T
mindp They know They are going To
need money To puT on a prom for
The seniors. Besides, They will be
seniors nexT year. IT hasn'T been all
hard work for This class, Though,
for somewhere They have found
Time for a liTTle "partying" on Their
own. They also sell Technical High
decals and "school spiriT" bu1Tons.
Avelea De .inger
Treasurer I 44 Reporter
La Roy Allen
DIANNA MOORE PROVES to be very active in many organizations. Here
she lights a candle as she is being installed as District V FBLA Vice-
Mary Anne Ball Richard Banker
Beverly Banks Linda Barnes
Virginia Barnes James Barrett
David Barron Linda Barton
Brenda Baxter John Baxter
Richard Bell Willie Belmares
Judy Biggs Jo Ann Baker Vivian Baker
JIMMY CHOW DRAWS a bead on the target as he takes his turn shooting on the ROTC rifle range. Ronnie
Turner and Joe Gaige, members of the rifle team, are giving assistance to th
ald is shooting to win a rifle, but Jimmy is shooting for a dozen egg rolls.
Lupe Bason Frank Bates Kay Bateman
John Beach Janet Beasley Jeania Bedford
Jean Benson Donna Berkes Felix Bernal
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Greg Bivins Tommy Biork Willie Black Daniel Blain Cynthia Blank Glenda Blanton
Pete Blanton Ben Blevins Linda Blisseii Bill Blood Mqrghqll Bonner Pauline Bolloms
Juniors Elect Avuleu to Lead Them
Spencer Boyd Donna Bowen Tim Bowman Phyllis Bounds Margaret Brady
Billie Brice Dennis Brown Gloria Brown Jean Brown Palsy Brown
William Brown Madeline Bryan Ernie Buell Gloria Bullock Joyce Bullock
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PAT DANIELS DONNA TARVER, AND PEGGY
WHEELER exchange secrets at a football game.
Maybe they know the other team's plays.
Juniors Take PSAT Preparatory
Julie Crider Leroy Crow
Mike Crow Joe Cruze
Joe De Leon
Lupe De Leon
T rr Dunn Mary Dunnam Burt Duncan Eliiqbeth Duncan
Charles Douglas Linda Drew e y
Vrckr Duncan Jaunita Elizondo Ka
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Ralph Wesley Gorden
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Willie Hille Curtis Hodnett Dqle Hoggng
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Kenneth Hexemer Fernando Hill Yolanda Hill
Harry Hoggard Charles Hogue
MARY lSPO0Kl HYMAN SHOWS OFF one of the cos-
tumes the Bulldoggers used in a skit to raise school
Randy Hunter Annette Hutson William Hutson
June Jackson Carol Jenkins Troy Jennings
of Football Teom
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Luther Hutton Mary Hyman Granville Ivy
Van Johnson Karen Johnston Charles Jones
Danny Martin Brenda Martin Pat Marsh
Willie Maner Paulette Mabnousky Jimmy Mace
Bobby Lynn Sandy Lynch Bonnie Lyle Bobby Marlar Claude Marchoni Vic Mantecon
Danny Lykins Cynthia Lott
Ben Lohmer Mike Little
Jerry Leever Johnny Ledesma
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Tony Martinez Tony Martinez Tony G. Martinez Shelby Matlock Charles Maxwell Helen May
Joe Mayfield Stephen Mayo Jeannette Mays John McCain David McCanter Janet McClure
Jimmy McCormack Billy McCreary Peggy McDaniel John McDonald Vickie McElreath Jan McGhee
La Beth McGlothlin Sherry McKelroy Troy McKelroy Johnny McKinney Kathy McLean Tommy McNutt
Thomas Medina Ben Menchaco Johnny Mendez John Miller Melinda Miller Skippy Miller
Vickie Miller Ronald Miller David Millsqp Don Michew Janice Mings Carol Ming,-
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BUT MR WILCOX, iust why can't we spend our money on the junior class instead
of a semor prom?" June Jones thinks since she has worked to help earn it she
should spend a little of it.
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Butch Runyun Fred Russell Rodric Russell Sheila Sain Dolores Sanchez Juan Jose Sanchez
Stelia Sanchez Put SdnderS Eva Sqndovqh Willie Sandoval Jo Ann Santa Cruz Randal Satterwhite
Thurman Shumate Donny Sisk
Larry Siedell Arnold Slayton
Linda Slnclalr Pat Simmons
Alexis Smith Buddy Smith
Linda Smith Raymond Smith
Are Placed For
lT'S A FAR, FAR WORSE THING I EAT than I have
ever eaten before. Willie Hille and Jim Story make
the supreme sacrifice of downing their lunch.
Eddie Smith Janet Smith Joseph Smith
Charlene Spurgeon Linda Stanfreld Jeff Stemmelz
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their "Sunday-go-to-meetin' " clothes while in Dallas.
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Terrie Vesper Raymond Viscaino
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DIANA MOORE MAKES HER BID for Vice-President at the
FBLA District V Convention. By the way-she won!
Juniors Eugerly Awuit
Sample of Seniority
Sophomores Take Big Step Up to Senior High
THE SOPHOMORES AND SPONSORS start three long years together. Wonder who loses their T
eagerness first, the Sophomores or the Sponsors?? Sponsors are Mrs. June Cuchin, Mr. Franklin
Gist, and Mrs. Ruth Amend. S
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is the one student found in the
halls with a pass, he is the one
who runs to class in order to be
there on timeg he is the one who
believes the lunchroom is a place
to eat lunch ing he is the one who
says, "Excuse me," when he is
knocked down in the hall, he is
the one who takes his books to
class. All in all the strange crea-
ture known as a sophomore is the
only one who conforms until a little
"senioritis" rubs off on him.
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SUSUV' Alfalu Barbee Beason
Sophomores Take Aptitude Tests
PAT BRIMER, SOPHOMORE, and head maiorettes seem to think world history is a
pretty funny class, especially with a teacher like Coach Weaver. The rest of the
class watch with mixed emotions. They are not sure that history is supposed to
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Green Wove Bond
"JUST THINK, my big brother said it was a privilege to be on
the annual staff." Debbie Prescott begins her first year on the
staff. She hopes it becomes less confusing as time passes.
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EVERYONE IS aware of the crowded conditions in Tech, but it must be
bad for sophomore Pat Hankins to have to use the hall to study.
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Sophomores Meet Fellow Classmates
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Micky La Hue
Robert E. Lee
Michael Lewis Sarah Lewis Dwane Light Bill Long
Richard Lightfoot Larry Lindsay Jimmy Lisenbe L
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' well dressed sophomore wears, or should not wear de
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John Dee Martin
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ents are that the seniors promised would be on the school Christmas tree
for them if they worked hard.
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John I. Rogers
Mary Ellen Rosas
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Barbara Sexton Terry Shada Kenneth Shelley
Billy Shewmaker Trudy Shipley Clifford Shirley
SOPHOMORES are the only people who still believe there is a Santa Claus, except
for a few immature seniors like Allen Hornbeak and Lennea Dofflemyer.
Jerry D. Smith
Jerry L. Smith
Have Active Rolls in Annual Variety Show
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Sophomores Deserve Their Summer Holidays for
Jo Nell Wheeler
LADIES FIRST?" sophomore' Dwane Light believes in being as gentleman even when pushing
Peggy Cochran out of a window. They haven't learned that there is no escape.
Proving Themselves io be Sincere Techites
J. D. Moiolewell come To Technicoil
High School from J. P. Elder Junior
High School. His moior is Engineering
Drolfring in which fielol he hols worked
cluring his senior yeor.
J. D. hcis noT only sTudieol hord bur
he hos cilso been oicrive in exrrocurric-
uloir clubs cinol sports. He plolyeol loos-
keilooll his sophomore cinol iunior yeors
buT his working forceol him 'ro give up
This sporr his senior yeor.
Engineering Drciffing VIC Chopfea'
wos J. D.'s moin clulo inTeresT. He en-
Tereol conTesTs on olisTric'r ond sToi're lev-
els oinol ploceol in looth. This posf yeor
he hos serveol os presiolenf of his chop-
J. D. plons To offend college onol con-
'rinue his eolucofrion in engineering.
J. D. Muclewell
Linda BeTh Drake
Linda BeTh Drake came To Technical
High School from Richland Junior High
School. She enTered inTo The acTiviTies
of The school from The very beginning
of her sophomore year. Her maior was
business so she Worked wiTh The FuTure
Business Leaders Club all Three years.
She was vice-presidenT of This club her
iunior year and presidenT her senior
year. She also served as vice-presidenT
of DisTricT V FBLA.
Linda was an acTive sophomore, be
ing boTh cheerleader and presidenT of
her class. She also served on The sTu-
Linda's iunior and senior acTiviTies
kepT her very busy. She vvas re-elecTed
cheerleader Tor her iunior year and
again served on The sTudenT council. As
a senior, Linda served as vice-presideni'
of The class and was copy ediTor for The
annual. She began Taking VOE and
sTarTed working parT Time aT an insur-
ance company. Her posiTion aT The com-
pany will enable her To help Tinance
her college educaTion. She plans To aT-
Tend TCU and maior in fashion mer-
Mr. and Miss Tech Nominees Represent Tech's
Barbara ToTTon, an IBM maior,
has been a member of sTudenT coun-
cil all Three years. She has also
worked in The VarieTy Show each
year. Barbara has had many years'
Training in dancing and ice skaTing
which made iT possible Tor her To
work ouT her own rouTines.
Barbara has been especially busy
during her senior year because she
has been vice-presidenT of NaTional
Honor SocieTy and presidenT of IBM
Barbara is The recipienT of The
DAR Award and Panhellenic Asso-
ciaTion Scholarship. She plans To aT-
Tend TCU and conTinue her sTudy in
Tom Harrison has maiored in
IBM. In his Three years in Tech,
he has been acTive in boTh Fu-
Ture Business Leaders Club and
IBM VIC. As a iunior, Tom won
honors Tor his VIC ChapTer by
being selecTed The Third mosT
ouTsTanding IBM sTudenT in The
In his senior year, Tom rep'
resenred his school as Mr. FBLA
in boTh disTricT and sTaTe con--
Tom came To Tech 'Trom Dag-
geTT Junior High School. He
Heide Ellis aTTended McLean
Junior High School and came To
Tech To maior in Homemaking.
She was very acTive all Three
years. Her main acTiviTy has
been wiTh Allied YouTh, where
she served as an officer each
year, and was elecTed presidenT
her senior year.
Heide has worked on The
annual sTaTT Two years and
was assisTanT ediTor-in-chief This
year. She was secreTary of The
iunior class and was re-elecTed
as secreTary This year. She was
an ROTC sponsor her junior year
and served on The sTudenT coun-
cil all Three years.
AfTer graduaTion Heide plans
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Best in Character and Leadership
Shirley Snyder, who came
from Monnig Junior
High School, was chosen cheer-
leader and basketball sweet-
heart her sophomore year. She
continued as a cheerleader all
three years. ln Shirley's senior
year she was chosen Engineer-
ing Drafting Sweetheart and
was a homecoming princess.
Cther extracurricular activities
include Red Cross and Future
Shirley has maiored in VOE
and plans to combine a busi-
ness career and marriage after
Larry Vann began leading cheers
for his school in Rosemont Junior
High and has kept it ua for three
years in Tech. Not all of Larry's time
has been spent being a cheerlead-
er, however. He has majored in Mill
and Cabinet and has been active in
its VIC Chapter. He served as presi-
dent of this club both his junior and
Larry was sophomore class fa-
vorite and a runner-up for junior
Probably no one has been
busier than Sunni Hanson since
she entered Tech three years ago
from Parker Junior High School.
Anytime anyone was needed
for some iob for the school, Sun-
ni was eager and capable. She
has served as an officer of her
class all three years. ln her iun-
ior year Sunni was selected to
receive the Altrusa Award. Her
maior is photography, and she
plans to combine a career in this
field with marriage after she
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Finalists for Sophomore Favorite
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Juniors Nominote Largest Number of Fovorites
JUNIOR favorite nominees who were not final lthird rowl Beth S h k' J h
- uc oc r, o n Baxter, ancl
ists are lfront rowl Kathy McLean, Johnnice Linda Barnes, lfourth rowl Tommy Whitley,
Holder, and Myrlene Moore, lseconcl rowl Diana Sandra Allen, and John Miller.
Moore, Randy Hunter, and Avalea Dellingerp
Sophs Have More Favorite Girls than Boys
SOPHOMORES nominate twice as many girls as seated reading upl Diana Vargas, Debbie Pres
boys for favorites. Girls not finalists are lfrom cott, Marie Walclrop, and Loneta Reeves.
Kenny Trevino Lythu Faulkner
Ricky Stafford Heicle Ellis
Sheila Pearce Larry Jon
Most Athletic r
Tammora Harrison b Sonny Holmes
Seniors Achieve the Coveien
To loe seleciecl as a Who's
Who is a grear honor. To loe
eligible, you musr have ai-
Tenolecl Technical for all Three
years, no grade below a "C"
can loe maole in The class you
are chosen in. Who's Who sru-
olenrs are respecieol anol hon-
oreol loy all who atrend Techg
anol To be a Who's Who is
every sophomore's dream.
Who's Who Award
Mill cmd Ccaloinef
Honor Students are
hosen for Who's Who
Students Now See the Results
Three Years of Hurd Work
The Honor of
Karen Johnston Clydene Jobe
Joyce Ann Choate
Mastery of Basic Subiecr Skill
Basis ol Choosing Who's Who
Who's Who Win Honor om
Respect of Student Body
J. D. Madewell
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Keith Adkins Willie J. Black
In Field Events
Tim Bryan Hal Carter
PETE CHRISTIAN sprints around the curve in an effort
to claim the lead in the 440 relay.
COACH JAMES WEAVER
did another great iob
coaching track this year.
This was his sixth year
coaching track for Tech.
PAT BRIMER AND HELEN CARBAJAL are the '66 track sweethearts. Pat, a
sophomore, showed exceptional interest and enthusiasm in backing the
track team. Helen, a iunior cheerleader, continued her support of Technical
into the track season.
Sanford Crayton Robert Escovedo Frank Lee Larry Harris
Distance Hurdles Sprinter Sprinter
Tech Truck Teum Powerful in All Events
Technical's fabulous Track Team ke-pT The
repuTaTion That They estalolished lasT year.
Under The able coaching of Coach Red Weav-
er, These speedy aThleTes have brought home
new records and more Trophies for Tech
High. Since many of These Trackmen are not
graduates, Coach has another good year To
look forward To.
This year's Team has depth in strong weight
men, fasT sprinTers and -durable distance men.
WILLIE BLACK speeds across the finish line for another victory Coach Griff Hughes center right Troy Jet'lI1TI1gS
seems about to go over the line himself in the exciting moment 880
Larry Jones Russel McVean Joe Lee Parker Jimmy Powers
Shot PUT Miler Manager Pole Vault
DON WALLACE STRIDES hard around the curve in an attempt to nab the lead in the Mile Relay.
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hurdle in his race.
John Rogers Robert Tiierina Dona cl Wallace Dennie Wiede
Discus Thrower Miler Huroller Middle Distance
Speedy Bulldogs Set Six New Records
A DM "" 'A TRACK SCHEDULE
March 19 Tarleton Relays Stephenville
March 26 Cowtown Relays Fort Worth
April 2 Rose Relays Tyler
April 14 District Meet Fort Worth
April 23 Regional Meet Fort Worth
April 30 Meet Corpus Christi
May 6 State Meet Austin
TRACK co-cAPtAlNs Keith Adkins and winie Black present trophies won at Tarlefon Relays to Mr. Donald Veatch
A. B. O'Connor. Manager
Tommy Bridges Mike Cambell Ricky Stafford James Willi
Baseball Team Boasts A
Coach Tommy Cantrell and his Technical High
School baseball Team came- out This year with a
will To win that is making iT Tough Tor his op-
ponents. The Bulldogs are playing like They are
Tired of The cellar. They have gone into district
compeTiTion with a record of eighT wins and only
Three losses. They have losT only one game in
disTricT play here in The second week of compe-
TiTion. Coach Cantrell has a good pitching force
To draw from and ThaT, coupled wiTh The fact
ThaT The boys are hiTTing, poinT To a good finish.
The results of disTricT competition and more snaps
ofthe games will appear in The summer supple-
ment of This annual.
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BILLY GREENER, Fred Pena, and Al Obregon display the trophies they Tournament. Coach Tommy Cantrell was proud to accept the runner
won for being selected to the all-tournament team in the Cowtown up trophy for the team.
Ruben Rodriquez Guy Morrison Al Obregon Freddie Pena
Pitcher Catcher Catcher First Baseman
Pre-Season Record of 8-3
COACH CANTRELL RECEIVES congratulations from the Director RAYMOND OBREGON PRESENTS the trophy won in the Cowtown Tourna-
of the Cowtown Tournament as he accepts the trophy for run- ment to Mr. A. B. O'Connor as Coach Cantrell looks on. The large trophy
ner-up in the tournament. immediately went on display in the school showcase.
Billy Greener Eddie Phemster Rosendo Vasquez Raymond Obregon
Left Field Catcher Shortstop Third Baseman
Lynwood Newton Paul Soto Joe Vargas Stanley Wilson
Right Field Center Field Second Baseman Second Baseman
Pitching Pays Off For Bulldog
STANLEY WILSON PUTS on a burst of speed as he attempts to beat the
throw to first base. L
COACH CANTRELL AND Paul Vargas, manager, seemed pleased
with the progress of the game.
BASEBALL SWEETHEART SYLVIA RUELAS, shys away from the
traditional kiss by captain Raymond Obregon.
James Hudson Paul Vargas Abel Sanchez
First Base Manager Manager
Mr. Tommy Cantrell
SYLVIA RUELAS, the 1966
1966 MEMBERS OF TENNIS TEAM are Myrlene Moore, Debre Dockery, Sondra Smith, Pat Johnson, Linda Mercado, Sandy Bergman, Janice
Ward, Linda Riley, and coach, Mrs. Carmen Poe. '
Tennis Takes Long Hours of Practice and Talent
PAT JOHNSON approaches the net to hit her opponent SANDY BERSMAN AND Linda Riley shake hands and ioke before a match
with the racket.
Mrs. Carmen Poe's Tennis Teams, have
become o creoliT To Tech.
Tennis requires excepfionol ToIenT. The
Team members prc1cTice from Two To
Three hours oTTer school, some olciys even
more. Such long hours of. prc1cTice is
whciT hos mode our Tennis Teom su-
perior. The Training ThoiT is oloTciinecl by
participating in a sporf such os Tennis is
on invaluable form of physical TiTTness.
THE MEMBERS OF OUR Boys' Tennis Team are Frank Obregon, Harold
McQueen. They had a good year even wiThouT previous experience.
First Yeur for Boy's Tennis at Tech
FRANK OBREGON STANDS ready for anything his op- HAROLD MrcQUEEN DEMONSTRATES his backswing. ,
ponent can give.
Jerry Burger Heidi Ellis
Seniors Edit Their Lost High School Annual
Linda Beth Drake Bill Hyman
Copy Editor Sports Editor
2 it P
Jim Story- I
Co-Editor of Sports
Juniors, Sophomores Tuke Over Next Yeur
The annual staff of Technical High School is composed of stu-
dents who can manage to have the extra time to devote to work-
ing on the yearbook. They do not receive any iournalism credit
for this work nor are they considered a part of the iournalism de-
partment. This presents a problem for most students who want
to work on the staff. Most of the members take an early class
and go to school eight periods each day. The staff this year was
small due to problems of sch-eduling.
Mrs. Helen Drake, an English teacher, is sponsor. She has been
on this extra-curricular assignment for thirteen years. Much of
the work is done outside of school hours.
JIMMY CHOW SEEMS
to be getting friend-
ly with all the an-
nual staff including
Co-Editor Heide Ellis.
LINDA BETH AND MAMA
DRAKE work together to help
get the copy out.
SOPHOMORES DEBBIE PRESCOTT and Pat
Hankins look up in disgust as camera hound
disturbs their last minute rush to meet dead-
EITHER OUR EDITOR Jerry Barger learned not
lg: HERE, to mess with girls, or proved he'd rather
Bm Hyman dis- tight than switch.
plays his dead-
JOHNICE HOLDER AND JIM STORY are "dis-
cussing" how to get rid of their Senior coun-
All Annuals Sold Before Deadline Date
WORKING ON ANNUAL sales are Barbara Totton, Sharon Gault, Vicki Stacy, Lynda Wood, Sunni Hanson, and Allen Hornbeck.
Annual sales rose this year because of the
campaign efforts of a special sales group. In the
fall a special assembly was held to advertise the
opening of annual sales. A skit was given that
encouraged the students to buy annuals early.
The response was good because the annuals
were being sold for one dollar less by purchas-
ing them early.
This group worked hard during lunch periods
and before and after school. As a result of the
hard work done by this group, the students be-
came more interested in buying annuals than
ever before. The sales rose by SOO over last year.
Mrs. Liarah Ruth Amend 42
Mrs. Betty Ammann 42
Miss LaNell Ayer 65
Mrs. Edra Ayers 49
Mrs. Maureen Baldock 40
Mrs. Eunice Barrett 90, 54
Miss Joyce Beard 103, 48
Mr. Herbert Bearden 56
Mrs. Elaine Beeman 70
Mr. J. Garland Bennett 56
Mr. Jack Bentley 102, 42
Miss Beverly Biggs 87, 44
Mr. Mike Bigler 56
Mrs. Lillian Bradford 40
Mr. Theron Byrd 44
Mrs. Karen Calhoun 40
Mr. T. L. Cannon 55
Mr. John T. Cantrell 37, 241, 238, 240
Mr. George Chollar 52
Mrs. Frances Cleveland 104, 99, 51
Mrs. Vivian Cozine 40
Mrs. June Cutchin 54
Mrs. Buena Dale 100, 46
Mr. Earl Davis 65
Abbott, Raymond W. 110
Adcock, Linda K. 110
Adkins, Keith C. 110, 211, 234, 31, 29,
Football 3, Track 3, AY, Track Captain.
Ainsworth, Alice L. 110
VIC 126, Nurses Club.
Alexander, Lecil E. 110
VIC 62, 1, 2, VIC 62, President 3.
Allen, Sharon B. 110
Student Council 1, 2, 3, TALA 1.
Allen, Teresa 110
Alonzo, Henry Lee 110
Alvarado, Carmen 110
Alvarez, Amanda V. 110
VIC 70, 3
Anthony, Floyd 110, 91
Anthony, Lloyd 110, 77, 79
VIC 126, 2, Basketball 2, 3.
Arauio, Paul 110
Arcivar, Christy J. 110, 102, 70
Vice-President VIC 159, 2, President VIC
159, 3- Student Council 3.
Ashcraft, Beverly A. 110
AY 1, 2, Red Cross 1, 2, Student Coun-
cil I, 2, FBLA 1, 2, 3, Bulldoggers 1,
Ashley, Morris D. 110
Sergeant at Arms VIC 64.
Avery, Robert 110
Ayala, Alvina R. 110
Bacon, Bobby E. 110
Bailey, Dorothy 110
Bain, Shirley L. 111
Student Council 3, VIC 136, 1.
Baker, Kathy Ann 111
Volleyball Team 1.
Baker, Patsy Jane 111
Volleyball Club 1.
Ballew, Kathy J. 111
Barger, Jerry L. 111, 15, 22, 218, 211,
102, 104, 244
ROTC I, 2, Junior Class Treasurer, An-
nual Staff 2, Annual Editor 3, VIC 126,
2, Student Body President 3.
Barker, Gary I.. 111
DECA 2, 3,
Barker, Nena Sue 111, 122, 102, 66
FBLA 1, VIC 216, 2, 3, Techettes 1, 2,
3, Band Secretary 3, Safe-Teens 3, Stu-
dent Council 3.
Barnes, Linda K. 111
Barnett, Janette G. 111
FNC 1, FHA 2.
Barnett, W. H. 111
ROTC 1, 2, VIC 74, 1, 2.
Barnhart, Roy M. 111, 73
Barthen, Enid D. 111
Baughman, Thomas E. 111, 330
VIC 160, 2, Sergeant at Arms VIC 160,
3, Who's Who, Refrigeration.
Bayley, A. Frank 111
Beard, Bobbie L. 111, 59, 58, 61
VIC 70, 1, ROTC Sponsor 3.
Bell, Shelia A. 111
VIC 216, 2.
Belmares, Emma Y, 112
Benthall, Shirley T. 112
Bentley, Karen A. 112, 97
PE Leader 3, Senior Play 3.
Bentley, Vicki 112
Billington, Bill 112, 94
AY 3, VIC 60, 1, VIC 60, 2, 3, Vice-
President, Co-Editor Bulldog, Student
Council 1, Red Cross 1.
Bills, Danny 112
Bingaman, James W. 112
Treasurer'VIC 66, 3, Band 1, 2, 3.
Bishop, Charles E.
VIC 193, 3.
Blancarte, Tony 112
VIC 88, 1, 3.
Mrs. Leora Dean 94, 40
Jerry M. Dews 45
Mrs. Helen Drake 40
Miss Carla Kay Eastervvood 40
Joseph A. Edmondson 46
Ralph Earl Ehren 44
Franklin Eugene Gist 44
Evelyn Grace 92, 65
Charles Greathouse 102
Mildred Green 70, 44
Gene E. Griffin 52
Bobbie Haley 101
Mr. Riley Hampton 43
Mrs. Nella Harlin 46
Mr, Robert Harris 102, 42
Mrs. Nell Harry 46
Miss Margie Hays 45
Miss Patricia Henderson 41
Mr. Michael W. Henley 42
Mrs. Betty Hinton 46
Mrs. Sybal Hobbs 98
Berry Hogan 56
Agnes Holt 44
Joan B. Howorth 43
Mr. David Griff Hughes 235
Mrs. Emaline Johnson 16, 90, 54
Mr, D. L. Jones 71, 56
Mr. Robert K. Jones 87, 44
Harry Kingsbury 52
Mrs. Rena LaGrange 54
Mrs Louise H. Land 86
Mrs. Mary Nell Layne 42
Lowe Leach 43
Jack Martin 55
Russell Mayhew 49
Charles E. McCoy 55
Sgt. James McCready 58
Sgt. Herbert McCune 58
Miss Mona Lynn McDaniel 40
Mr. Andrew McGinnis 56
Do le Mclntosh 45
. Eugenia Moore 87, 44
Mrs. Lucy Morell 101
Mrs. Maurine Mullins 43
Mrs. Shirlie Murphy 58
Mr. John Naylor 26, 36
Faye Newton 41
f Phyllis Olson 41
Seniors and Activities
Mrs. Velma Parker 84
Mrs. Donna Perry 42
Mrs. Carmen Poe 45, 242
Miss Elizabeth Rhodes 48
Mrs. Mary Rhodes 100, 44
Mr. Alfred Riley 66
Mr. Darrell M. Rowell 52
Mrs. Jacqueline Scroggins 49
Mr. Donald Ray Simmons 37
Miss Cora Mae Sloan 41
. Virginia Snellgrove 90, 48
. Faye Stilson 41
. LaFrances Sunderman 86
Lance Ray Teten 43
. Catherine Thomas 41
Rdph Tomlinson 53
. Georgia Turner 103, 99, 51
. Bess Vaughan 104
Harry Watchous 52
Mr. James Weaver 235, 234, 36
Mr. Wayne Wilcox 104, 43
Mrs. Donna Wilson 99, 51, 65
Mr. Harry Wilson 69
Mrs. Martha Zucht 41
Blanton, Sandra F. 112
Bobbitt, Everett Rusty 112
Bollom, Alan 112
Reporter VIC 74, 2, 3, President VIC 74,
Bownds, David 112
Boyd, Betty J. 112
Bradshaw, Joann 112
Brady, Evelyn Gayle 113
Brannon, Linda S. 113
Red Cross 3.
Bransom, Helen Mae 113, 103
AY 1, VIC 216, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, NHS
2, Reporter 3.
Breckon, Mike C. 113
Brewer, Jack Lee 113
Brimer, David O, 113
VIC 1, 2, Reporter, Band 1, 2, 3.
Briseno, Gloria Ann 113, 22, 103, 86,
FBLA 2, Treasurer FBLA 3, NHS 2, NHS
Treasurer 3, Who's Who, Stenography 3,
Leonard's Bronze Star 2.
Brown, Charles E. 113, 28, 26, 72
Football 1, 2, 3, VIC 88, 2, 3.
Brown, Reid A. 113
Bruce, Gary D. 113, 94, 62
VIC 74, 2, VIC 126.
Buchanan, Johnny L. 113
Buckner, Carolyn P. 113, 92
Bullock, Hershel 113, 75, 92
Rodeo Club 1, DECA 3, DECA Historian
3, Senior Play 3, Variety Show 3.
Bumpas, Tandy J. 113, 66
FNC1, VIC 216, 2, 3.
Burcie, Christopher 113
Burks, Michael E. 113
Burris, Steve W. 113
Burt, Linda Carroll 113
Bush, Richard G. 113
VIC 181, 3.
Bush, Robert L. 113
VIC 81, 1, 2.
Calcaterra, Charles 113
Callan, Tim 114 D
Calvert, Linda N. 114
Future Nurses Club 1, Bulldoggers 2, Fu-
ture Homemakers Club 2, ICT VIC 3.
Camargo, Lupe 114
Comp, Greg 92
Campbell, Janice E. 114, 122, 90
FNC 1, Band 1, 2, 3, VOE 3.
Candanosa, Roy 114
VIC 162, Reporter, VIC Basketball Team.
Cargill, Bryan L. 114, 59, 61
Carpenter, Fred G. 114
VICE 62, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, AY
Casey, Renee 114
Castill, Juanita 114
Castillo, Mary C. 114, 99, 98
Vice-President FNC 3, FNC 1, 2, 3, FHA
2, 3, VIC 3, Red Cross 2, Volleyball
Castillo, Mike 114
Chapman, Brenda Kay 114
Chappell, Carroll E. 94
Charlet, Cherryl E.
FHA 2, 3, VOE 3.
Cheek, Marilyn Rex 114, 97
FNC 1, Volleyball Club 1, 2, 3, Presi-
dent 3, Red Cross 2.
Cheek, Dickie A. 114, 95
Chesnut, Minnie M. 114
Choate, Joyce Ann 92
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, DE Treasurer 3, ,FNA
1, Outstanding Distributive Education
Student for State of Texas 3, DE Dele-
gate to State Leadership Conference and
National Leadership Conference 3.
Christian, Carla L. 114, 115
VIC 136, Secretary, Bulldoggers 1, Cho-
rus 1, 2, 3.
Church, Barbara S. 114, 75
Rodeo Club 1, Red Cross 2, Student
Cisneros, Beatrice 114, 87
Cisneros, Mary D. 114
FHA 3, Reporter 3, Volleyball Captain 3.
Clark, Jimmy J. 114
VIC 64, Secretary 1.
Clay, Doris A. 115
Clayton, Eddy J. 115, 94
Clower, Paul E, 115
VIC 1, 3.
Coate, Joyce 115
Cochran, Linda P. 115
Coggin, Kathryn A. 115, 75
VIC 70, 1, 2, 3, Nominee for Who's Who
3, Nominee for Best Personality 3, Ranch
Day Queen 3.
Coleman, Elvin Bryan 115
Collard, Vickie L. 115
Cooper, Christopher 115, 61
Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, VIC 65, Red Cross
1, 3, Student Council 1, ROTC Drill Team
Cooper, Martha C. 115, 90
Allied Youth 1, Vice-President VOE 3,
Attendance Reward 1.
Cordova, Jesse Paul 115, 61
ROTC Basketball 1, 2, VIC 61, 1, 2, 3,
Journalism 3, Box 1.
Corley, Sherry A. 115, 104 g
FBLA 3, Allied Youth 3, National Honor
Cornelison, Royce 115
Football 1, 2, Track 3.
Cortez, Rachel S. 115
Crayton, Sanford R, 116, 235
Cromwell, Linda K. 116
Crutchfield, Robert 116
Culbertson, Roy Sam 116
Auto Mechanics VIC 2, 3, President 3.
Curry, Virgil 116
Darfmeyer, Lennea 192
Daniel, Mike Dwain 116, 102
Vice?-President VIC 74, 2, Student Coun-
Daniels, Rubby D. 116
Danner, Elaine V. 116
Davidson, Sharon Lf 110, 22
Nominated for Homecoming Queen.
Davila, John 116
Davis, Allen W. 116, 63
Captain 3, FTA 1.
Davis, Billy R. 116
Davis, Ronald L, 116
Davis, Virginia K. 116, 220
Volleyball I, VIC 193, Reporter 2, 3,
Who's Who ICT.
Day, Marshall N. 116
Dearmore, Kay 116
DeHart, Danny D. 117 -
Deuvall, Linda 117
Cosmetology Maior, Style Model 2.
Deford, Mary Margaret 117
Dofflemyer, Linnea 117, 92
Allied Youth 2, DECA 2, 3, Distributive
Education Secretary 3.
Dominguez, Steve J. 117
Doss, Becky R. 117
Douthey, William David 117
Drake, Linda Beth 117, 139, 143, 24, 25,
215, 102, 109, 27, 86, 85, 84, 69, 244
Annual Staff 3, Best -Dressed 3, FTA 3,
Senior Vice-President, Cheerleader 2, Al-
ternate 1, AY 1, 2, Student Council 2,
VIC 66, 2, Sophomore Class President,
Sophomore Runner-Up Favorite, FBLA 1,
2, 3, District V Vice-President, President
3, Miss FBLA District.
Driskell, Forrest V. 117
Dunagan, Johny 117
Duncan, Robbie 117
Red Cross 3, DE.
Dugger, Nina Marie 117
Orchestra 2, Usherette for Talent Show 3.
Dunagan, Johny B. 91
Allied Youth 1, VIC 136, 1, 2, Reporter
2, Sophomore Vice-President, Student
Duncan, Shirley J. 117
Dunklin, Connie Jo 117
Dunlap, Judy Carol 117
Earley, Patricia L. 117, 102, 101, 199
Allied Youth 1, TALA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer
2, Reporter 3, Student Council 2, 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 3.
Edson, Alice Marie 117
Nominee for Sophomore Favorite, VIC
Cosmo 1, Band Letter 1, 2, 3, VIC IBM
2: FHA 3.
Elliott, Robert 117
Elliott, Jennllia 117
Ellis, Heide A. 118, 140, 15, 24, 25,
216, 104, 109, 87, 50, 99, 244
Student Council 1, 2, Red Cross 1, FTA
1, 3, AY 1, 2, 3, Historian 1, Delegate
to Southwest Convention 1, 2, 3, Vice-
President 2, President 3, Junior Class
Secretary, Annual Staff 2, Co-Editor 3,
ROTC Sponsor, Senior Class Secretary,
Best Personality 3, Miss Tech Nominee,
FHA I, 3, Sweet Sonny's Gal 3.
Erwin, Amelia Ann 118, 87, 50
Student, Red Cross, FTA.
Escamilla, Margie 118
FBLA 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 1, Volleyball
Club 1, 2, 3, PE Leader 3.
Escobedo, Mary L. 118
Escoto, David J. 118
Escoto, Manuel 118
Escovedo, Robert G. 118, 16, 236, 235,
32, 30, 29, 26
Football, All-District Second Team, Track.
Espinosa, Carlos M. 118
Espinoza, Robert M. 118
Eudaley, Danny 118, 91 l
VIC 81, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Presl-
dent 3, District 1st 2, Skill Speed Out-
standing Photographer in State 2, Dis-
trict Skill Speed 4th 3, District Student
Selected 3rd 3.
Fanning, Amanda J. 118
VIC 70, 1, 2, VIC 70, Reporter 2, Dis-
trict VIC Meet Winner 1, 2, State VIC
Meet Winner 1, 2, Member NHS 2, 3.
Faulknor, Lytha 118, 24, 25, 214, 49
VIC 88, 1, 2, 3, VIC Sweetheart 1, 2, 3:
First Runner-Up for District Sweetheart
2, District Sweetheart 3, Football Sweet-
heart 2, Runner-Up for Sophomore Favor-
ite, Junior Favorite.
Faulks, Richard W. 92
Distributive Education Chapter 2, 3.
Felps, Delight 118
Fields, Mary E. 118
Fisher, Norris L. 118, 104
VIC 216, 2, 3, Allied Youth 3.
Fitzgerald, Kenneth 118, 146, 61, 62
DECA 2, 3.
Fletcher, Dan C.
Flippen, Sharon K. 118
Flores, Johnny 118
Ford, Fred D. 118, 224 .
Who's Who in Aeronautics, National
Honor Society, Highest Ranking Boy.
Ford. Gary E. 118
Secretary VIC 76, 2, Sergeant at Arms
VIC 156, 3.
Foster, Ronnie W. 119, 48
Franklin, Madeline 119
Fritts, Tommy 119
Fults, Dennis Kirk 119
Fults, Glenna Sue 119, 100
Gaige, Joe Robert 119, 61, 62
Ganoe, Patricia C. 119, 49
VIC 88, 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1.
Garbett, Janis R. 119, 211, 104
Allied Youth 1, 3
Garcia, Joe 119
Garcia, Robert G. 119
Mill and Cabinet Shop Foreman.
Gault, Sharon L. 119, 87, 46
FTA 2, 3, Volleyball Club 1, Captain 1.
Geer, Patricia June
Sergeant at Arms, VICA.
Gerard, Sam 101, 230, 103
National Honor Society 2, VIC 216,
Treasurer 3, TALA 3, President, National
Gidley, Thomas V. 119
Gil, Ernest 119
Gilbreath, Nelda J. 119
Girard, William Glen 120, 58, 63
ROC Drill Team 1, 2, 3, VIC 65, 2,
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Gloff, Luann 120
Glover, Johnny D. 120
Godfrey, Glenda 120
Godinez, Manuela R. 120
Gomez, Carmen C. 120
Red Cross 1, VIC 126, 1, 2.
Gomez, Teodora 120
Student Council 3.
Basketball 1, Refrigeration 1, 2.
Gonzales, Lazaro 120
Gonzales, Monica 120
Gonzales, Rozanna 120, 99
FHA 2, 3, Sergeant at Arms 3, State
Football Captain, AY.
Goodwin, Curtis 120
Goodwin, Mary Kitty 120
Gorman, Otis L. 120
Govea, Joe 120
VIC 3, Secretary.
Grantland, Sandra 121
Gravelle, James D. 121, 136, 104
Allied Youth 1, VIC 2, Red Cross 1.
Green, Janet M. 121
Allied Youth 2, 3, Nominee for Who's
Who in English.
Green, Mike 121, 104
Green, Richard Dee 121
Greer, Steve 121
Griffin, Sharon K. 121
Grissom, Cynthia 121, 100
Grzloski, Nancy A.
Guaiardo, Ruben F. 16, 30, 26
Guerrero, Rafaela 121
Gumm, Pamela J. 121
Allied Youth 1, Red Cross 3.
Gupton, Willie F. 121, 77, 78, 79, 80
VIC 150, 2, Nominee for Best Personal-
ity 3, Basketball 2, 3.
Haddock, Sharon A. 121, 48
VIC 216, 2.
Haley, Linda Kaye 121
Hall, Cheryl L, 121
Hallmark, Philip R. 121, 226
Band, Who's Who, VIC 61, Secretary,
Ham Radio WASBKW.
Hambrick, Janice K. 121
Hamilton, Linda J. 121, 97
Volleyball 3, VIC 88, 3, District Ribbons,
Bulldoggers 3, PE Leader 3.
Hammock, Sheila K. 121, 103
VIC 88, 1, 2, 3, Student Council 2, Vol-
leyball Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, PE Leader 3.
Hammer, Jeannie L.
Hammond, Nancy J. 121
Hankins, Robert P. 122, 95
Hanson, Sunni L. 104, 109, 170, 223, 91
VIC 81, 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3, District
2, State 2, Student Selected 2, District
lst 3, Student Selected 3, District 3rd 3,
Skill Speed 3, Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, Red
Cross 1, 2, Annual Representative 2, An-
nual Business Staff 3, Class Treasurer 1,
Class Reporter 3, Variety Show 3, Senior
Play 3, Altrussa Award 2, Nominee Sen-
ior Favorite 3, Who's Who in Photog-
raphy 3, Miss Tech Nominee 3.
Hardy, Tommy 122
Harper, Alan W. 122
ICT VIC 64.
Harris, Carolyn J. 122, 229, 102, 103
VIC 88, 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society
2, 3, Student Council 3, Leonard Star
Award 1, 2, 3.
Harris, Dana 122
Harris, David Earl 122
Harris, Patricia L. 122
Harrison, Tammy G. 122, 75, 219, 211,
Red Cross 3.
Red Cross 1, Allied Youth 2, PE Leader
2i E, PE Leader Secretary 3, Volleyball
Harrison, Tom E. 122, 102, 104, 86, 85,
84, 61, 62
Student Council 1, 3, VIC 216, 2, 3,
FBLA 2, 3, Historian 3, Allied Youth 3,
Nominee for Mr. Tech.
Hartis, Shirley R. 122
Harvey, Patrick 122
Hathcock, Brownie L. 122, 30, 29, 26
Football 1, 2, 3.
Hawkins, Pamela 122, 83
VIC 88, Sweetheart 3, VIC 88, Secretary
Hearne, Ted N. 122, 62, 42
VIC 160, 1, 2, 3.
Helms, Alvin Ray 123
Henderson, Brenda 123, 87, 94, 220
Bulldoggers 1, FBLA 2, AY 1, 2, Stu-
dent Council 1, 2, FTA 1, 2, 3, Vice-
President FTA 2, Secretary FTA 3, Edi-
tor of Bulldog 3, Who's Who in Journal-
Henderson, Dale H. 123
Hennesay, Barbara 123
Allied Youth 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Hennig, Jan L, 123
Henning, William V. 123, 104, 61
Allied Youth 2, 3, ROTC Drill Team 2,
VIC 64, 3.
Hensley, Lester R. 123
Hernandez, Henry M. 123
Herrera, Pete 123, 31, 26
Football, 2-yr. Letterman.
Herrera, Rose Mary 123
Leonard's Scholastic Award 1, Girls' Bas-
ketball Championship Team 1, 2, 3,
Captain Team 3, Girls' Volleyball Cham-
pionship Team 2, PE Leader 2, 3.
Herron, Glenda D. 123, 84
FBLA 3, Band 3.
Hille, Vera Ann 123
mx, Roy Arch 123
Hobbs, Peggy 123
FTA 2, 3.
Hodges, Sharon G. 123
Leonard's Scholastic Award 2.
Hofmann, Robert L. 123, 102, 60, 64
ROTC Drill Team Letter 2, 3, Squad
Leader 3, Senior Play 3, Student Coun-
Hogan, Bobby L. 123
Hollingsworth, Don 123, 35
Football Manager 2, 3.
Holmes, Sonny 15, 123, 131, 136, 146,
219, 102, 99, 104, 109, 31, 26, 73,
Football 1, 2, 3, All-District Honorable
Mention Tackle 3, Track 2, Senior Class
President, Student Council Treasurer 3,
Allied Youth 3, Howdy King 3, FHA
Beau 3, Most Courteous Boy 3, Runner-
Up Senior Favorite,
Hooper, Mark L. 123, 62
VIC 61, Member 1, Secretary 2, Presi-
dent 3, ROTC 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 2,
Senior Play 3.
Hooper, Nancy 124
Cosmetology VIC 1, Basketball Team 3.
Hooper, Neta Lea 124, 93, 98
FHA I, Chorus 2, FHA, FNC 3.
Hooten, Jerrell R. 124
Hopkins, Charlotte 124, 45, 92, 70
Distributive Education Sweetheart and
Hornbeak, Allen 124, 111, 192, 104, 73
AY 3, Variety Show 2, 3, Mr. Talent 2,
Senior Play 2, 3, VIC 64, 1, 2, 3, Busi-
ness Manager Annual Sales 3.
Horni, Skip J. 124, 59, 61
ROTC 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3.
Hortman, Phyllis S. 124
Bulldoggers 2, 3.
Hosey, Annette 124
Horton, Joyce Ann 97
Hudgins, John E. 124
Hughes, Dianna G. 124
Bulldoggers 2, FHA 1, FNC 1.
Hutchison, Sherri 124
Hutton, Sammy K. 124
Huzarevich, Watler 124
Hyman, Bill A. 124, 143, 215, 211, 244
Sophomore Class Favorite Runner-Up, AY
1, 2, 3, AY Vice-President 2, Cheer-
leader 2, DECA 3, Annual Sports Editor
3, Best Dressed Boy 3.
Jackson, Danny R. 124, 92, 62
DECA 2, 3, Delegate to State Leadership
Jackson, Rodney B. 124
Jackson, William B. 125
Jacobs, Patricia L. 125
VIC 193, TALA 2.
James, John E. 125, 95, 91
Jennings, Loretta J. 125
Jennings, Sara 125
Jetton, Reese A. 125, 61
ROTC 1, 2, 3.
Jobe, Clydene 125, 128, 84, 101, 66,
TALA 1, 2, 3, Reporter 1, President 2,
Treasurer 3, Chorus Secretary 1, 2, 3,
Student Council 2, 3, FBLA 3, FHA 3,
Chorus Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 3,
Variety Show 3.
Johnson, C. Ann 125, 223
VIC 159, Secretary 3, Who's Who in
Johnson, Curtis G, 125, 70
AY 1, VIC 143, President 3, Boxing
Team 2, 3.
Johnson, Robert 125
Jones, Jacqueline A. 125
Jones, Larry R. 125, 16, 217, 236, 30,
Jones, Lois Ann 125, 16
VIC 70, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Vice-Pres-
ident 3, Sweetheart of VIC 160, 2.
Jones, Maryetta 125
Jordan, Robert F. 125
Joyner, Michael W. 125
Kelley, Norman D. 125
Kelly, Myrna Rae 125
Kerley, Katherine F. 125
Kerr, Glenda Gayle 125, 75, 95
Bulldoggers 1, Red Cross 1.
Kerr, Troy 126
Kesler, Dalene Ann 126
Lettered in Tennis 1, Bulldoggers 1,
Kilman, Linda S. 126
Kincheloe, Frankie 126
King, Frances C. 126
King, Richard W. 126
Football Manager 1, VIC 159, Sergeant
at Arms 2, 3, Student Council 2.
Knight, Teddy C. 126
Football 2, VIC 143, Secretary.
Krukulski, Sally A. 126, 48
VIC 216, 3.
Laing, Gloria 126
Lampman, Terry D. 126
Lancarte, Jesse 126
Lancaster, Mary Ann 126
Student Council 2.
Lance, Donald Ray 92
Lane, Dennis R. 126
Lane, Jerry Don 126
Lang, Ronnie 126
Langford, Alton V. 126
Lara, Norma A. 126, 87, 99, 98
Band 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, FNC 2, 3, Bull-
doggers 1, FHA 3.
Larson, Nancy Jo 126
Lavoine, Mary Etta 126, 229
Leatherman, Kenneth 126
Band 1, 2, 3, VIC 88, 2, 3.
Ledbetter, Danna Sue 126
Bulldoggers 1, 2, 3.
Ledesma, Helen 127
Leuthauser, Donna 127
Leverett, Jackie 127
Lewallen, Don Roy 127
Lewis, Margie S. 42, 127, 199
VOE Club 3, NHS 3, Who's Who in
Light, Wanda 127
Lindsey, Judy E. 127, 103
NHS 2, 3, Leonard's Scholarship Award
1, 2, Student Council 2, VIC 216, Re-
porter 3, NHS Secretary 3.
Looper, Glenda Kay 127
Lopez, Daniel M. 127
Lopez, Dolores 127, 48
FNC 1, Volleyball Club 1, VIC 70, 2.
Lopez, M. Helen 127
Lopez, Marcial 127
Loron, Sharon Fay 127
VIC 136, 1, 2.
Lott, Connie 127
Lott, William Larry 127, 60, 64
Luce, Ann Marie 128
FTA 2, 3.
Lusty, Reo Mike 128
Lyle, Elaine 128
Lynch, Sherrye L. 128
Macias, Carmen M. 128
Madewell, J. D. 128, 331, 25
VIC 64, 1, 2, 3, President 3, Basketball
1, 2, Lettered 2, Mr. Tech 3.
Magallon, Dave 128
Marcinek, Dusti M. 128, 103, 98
Student Council, FNC, National Honor
Marquez, Arthur G. 128, 95, 57
Journalism Staff 3.
Marsh, Johnny A, 128, 62
Martin, Art D. 128, 59, 58, 61
ROTC Color Guard 1, 2, Drill Team 1, 2,
Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, Rifle Team Com-
mander 3, Deputy Commander of Corps
3, VIC 121, 3.
Martin, Daniel 128
Martin, Lynne 128
Bulldoggers 1, 2, 3, VIC 70, 1.
Martinez, Jesse 128, 31, 26, 36
Martinez, Juan 128
Martinez, Julie G. 129, 211, 102, 97,
Martinez, Becky 128
FBLA 2, Red Cross 2, 3.
Massengale, James P. 129, 104
VIC 74, President 1, Allied Youth 1.
Mazza, Dan 129
Allied Youth 2, Red Cross 2, 3, Track 1,
VIC 65, Vice-President 3, Boxing 2, 3.
McCauley, Donna D. 129, 104, 87, 90
FTA 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, FNC 1,
AY 3, VOE Club President 3, Student
McCarty, James 129
McCoy, Donna L. 129
Allied Youth 1.
McConn, Dennis E. 129
McCrary, Jimmy Lee 129
DECA Sergeant at Arms
3, VIC 181,
McDaniel, George D. 129
Mclntosh, Charles M. 129, 222, 61
Student Council 1, ROTC 1, 2, 3, Drill
Team 2, VIC 64, 1, 2, History Who's
McLaughlin, Carol 129, 115, 135
McLeod, David B. 129, 35
VIC 64, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Track 2,
Football Trainer 3.
McQueen, Harold R. 129
McQueen, Ronnie 129, 62
VIC 153, 1, 2, 3, President 3, Student
McVean, Russell 0. 129, 57
Football 1, Track 1, 2, 3.
Meadows, Aloyce E. 129, 66
Student Council 1, 3, FBLA 3.
Medina, Susan 129
Merry, Larry 129
Miller, Donald E. 129
Miller, Fred R. 129
VIC 88,,-2, 3.
Miller, Hazel R. 130
Bulldoggers 1, 2, 3.
Millirons, Shirley 130
Mitchell, Jerry R. 130, 45, 92
Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, DECA Sweetheart
2, DECA President 3, Delegate to State
Leadership Conference 2, 3.
Monk, Judy c. 130, 102
Band Sweetheart 1, VIC 88, 2, 3, ROTC
Sponsor 2, NHS 2, 3, Student Council I,
Montez, Yolanda 130
Montgomery, Joe E. 130, 61, 62
VIC President 160, 3.
Mooney, Roger L. 130, 228
Who's Who in Printing.
Moore, Nancy D. 130
Moreno, Delores M. 130, 70
VIC 81,1, 2, 3.
Morgan, Chuck 130
Morgan, James J. 130
Mormino, Beverly L. 130
Morrison, Raymond C. 130, 60, 64
ROTC 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 2, 3, Student
Morrison, Robert L. 130
Morrow, Terry Lynn 130
Mosley, Betty G. 130
Student Council 1, Variety Show 3.
Mowatt, Larry C, 130, 92
Munn, Kenneth L. 130, 229
Lettered in Basketball 2, NHS 3, Who's
Who in Math.
Nabors, Karen S. 130
Nees, Valerie I. 130
Nelson, Larry W. 131
DECA Sergeant at Arms 3.
Nemitz, Paul 131
Newsome, Betty 131
Newton, David O. 131, 21, 102, 91
Student Council 2, 3, VIC 160, 1, 2, 3,
Secretary 3, Second Place in State
Nombrana, Margie 131, 100, 94, 95, 90
VIC 1, 2, 3, Sergeant at Arms 2, Treas-
urer 3, Red Cross, Student Council, Stu-
dent Director of Play.
North, Kenneth W. 131, 92
Norwood, Richard W. 131
Obregon, Raymond 131, 240, 239, 52
O'Connor, Mary K. 131, 112, 108, 104,
50 .... ....
Allied Youth 2, 3.
0'Grady, Johnny 32, 26, 36
Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 3, Senior Fa-
Olguin, Frank Alvaro 131
VIC 166, 1, 2, ROTC 1, 2.
Olquin, Mary 131
Ortiz, Jody 131, 24, 25, 87
FTA Vice-President, FTA Valentine Sweet-
heart, IBM VIC, Placed in District on
Owen, Michael H. 131
Oyervides, Henry 131, 104, 100, 60
Allied Youth 3, VIC 160 2, Reporter 3,
Red Cross 1, 2, 3.
Oyervides, Mary E. 131, 104, 100
FHA 2, 3, Secretary 3, Allied Youth 3,
Red Cross 1, 3, PE Leader 3.
Ozuna, Eva J. 131
Ozuna, Toby 132
Paddack, William C. 132
ROTC 1, 2, 3.
Page, Patricia L. 132
Pantoia, Mary Ann 132
Paprskar, Angela F. 132, 119, 143, 83,
213, 103, 104, 70, 69, 91
AY 1, 2, 3, Historian 2, Vice-President
3, VIC 81 Sweetheart 3, VIC 61 Sweet-
heart 2, ROTC Sponsor 2, Sophomore
Class Secretary, Junior Class President,
NHS 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, VIC 216,
Secretary 3, Band 1, 2, Most Likely to
Pate, Beverley J. 132
Patino, Lupe 132, 95
Patino, Osvaldo 132
VIC 66, 2, Reporter 3.
Patterson, Frank L. 132
Paur, Alyssa F. 132, 94
VIC 88, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Reporter
3, Leonard's Scholastic Award 1, NHS
Pearce, Sheila Ann 132, 217, 102, 101,
97, 99, 50
Most Athletic Girl 3, Bulldoggers 1, 2,
3, Reporter 2, President 3, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, Volleyball Club 2, 3, Library
Assistant 1, 2, 3, FHA Treasurer 3, PE
Leader 3, FBLA 3.
Pearson, Joan 132
Pearson, Kay 132
Pechacek, Jannie L. 132, 16, 226, 90
VIC 70, 1, 2, 3, Secretary 1, 2, Presi-
dent 3, District Winner 1, 2, 3, Red
Cross 1, 2, Who's Who in Cosmetology.
Pena, Freddy 133, 16, 238, 239, 32, 29,
Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3.
Penrod, Janice S. 133
Perez, Carolyn 133
Perez, Juanita 133
Allied Youth 1.
Perez, Raymond 133
Perez, Richard J. 133, 77, 78, 79, 211
Basketball 2, 3.
Perez, Roland Lopez 133
Perez, Samuel F. 133
Petree, Henry 133, 92
Phillips, Thomas W. 133, 92
Track 2, DECA Vice-President 3.
Pickering, Theresa 133
Chorus Librarian, T-Award.
Pike, James N. 133
Pittman, Shirley P. 133
Platero, Freddie R. 133
Platten, Mark 133
Plotner, Jerry D. 133, 58, 61
Pollard, Melba R, 133
Pollard, Theresa 133
Pond, Richard W. 133
VIC 62, 2, 3, ROTC 1, 2.
Potts, Donnie M. 134
Prater, Gwendolyn 134
Preston, Debbye Ann 134
Puente, Michael 134, 104, 48
VIC 216, 2, 3, Sergeant at Arms, Allied
Pugh, Jimmy D. 134
VIC 160, 3.
Pytel, Jody B. 134
Ramirez, Martha 134, 99
FBLA 2, PE Leader 3, FHA 3.
Rangel, Esther 1. 134
Reed, Robert E. 134
Reilly, William T. 134
Renois, Pricilla 134
Renteria, Martha A. 134
Red Cross 1.
Renteria, Richard C. 134
Reyes, Elvira 134
Riley, linda F. 134, 242
PE Leader 2, 3, Tennis Team 3, Volley-
ball Championship Team 2, Student
Riley, Rickey Hugh 134, 104, 64
Student Council 1, 2, Red Cross 1, FBLA
2, AY 3, Variety Show 2, Jr. Achieve-
ment President 2.
Rinehart, Brenda J. 134
Roberts, Barbara 134
Roberts, Dan 134, 61
Roberts, James M. 134, 136, 104
AY 2, 3, VIC 88, 2, 3, VIC 216, 3, Red
Cross 2, 3, Senior Play 3.
Robinson, Roberta 135
Rodriguez, Louisa M. 135
Rodriguez, Luis 135, 55
Rodriguez, Lupe O. 135, 26, 33, 57
Football 2, 3, Boxing 3.
Rodriguez, Paul 135
Rodriguez, Rosemary 135, 90
FNC, VIC 70, 2, 3.
Rodriguez, Robert 135, 52
Roma, Linda 135
FBLA 2, Student Council 2.
Rosales, Victor A. 135
VIC 61, 3, Red Cross 1, 2, 3.
Rowell, Johnney L, 135
VIC 88, 1, 2, 3.
Rubalcaba, Chritsin 135
Rubenstein, David 135, 92
-DECA 2, 3.
Ruiz, Bobby w. iss
Abney, Sharon B. 169
Adair, Paula Jean 145
Adams, George A. 169, 62
Adams, Robin B. 84, 169, 101
Adkins, Dreda Y. 17, 169, 104, 97
Aguilar, AlonzoJ. 145, 70, 60, 63
Aguilar, Ralph J. 169
Aguilar, Robert L 169
Aguirre, Frank 145
Albertson, Jimmy F. 169
Alcala, Susan 168, 169, 71
Alcala, Ernest 145
Alexander, Billy R. 169, 60, 62
Allen, Dickie J. 169
Allen, La Roy 145
Allen, Melissa L. 145
Rumsey, Darrel E. 135, 35
Russell, Pamela 136
Saenz, Alfred 136
Saide, Joe 146
Saenz, Irma Ybarra 136, 211
Red Cross 1, 2, Student Council 3.
Salazar, Elodia 136
Salazar, Johnny 136
Salazar, Suzie C. 136
Volleyball Club, Bulldoggers.
Salmerou, John 136
Saltzgiver, Martha 136
Sanchez, Manuel 136, 241
Sanders, Alan 136
Sanders, Denny R. 136
VIC 193, Vice-President 3.
Sanders, Freida J. 136, 90
AY 1, VIC 70, 1, 2, 3, Reporter 3.
Sanders, Jay Carl 136, 92, 62
ROTC 1, 2, 3, DECA 3.
Sanders, Larry 136
VIC 88, 2nd Place Jr, Mr. Fort Worth
65, State Lifting Champion in 1965 and
Sanders, Ray Clyde 137, 62
Sanford, Danny L. 137
Schooler, Jimmy D. 137
VIC 81, I, 2, 3, Band
Schoonover, Ginger 137
Office Assistant 2, 3.
Scruggs, Linda Ann 137
Seghers, Mary Alice 137
Sellers, Don L. 137
VIC 155, 1, 2, 3, Sergeant at Arms 3.
Serrano, Frances 137
Sharp, Kenneth R. 137, 331, 101, 100
VIC 216, 2, 3, TALA 2, 3, President 3,
Red Cross 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Junior
Class Reporter 2, Member of All-City
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 3rd Chair in Cello 3,
Who's Who in Orchestra.
Shaw, Rebecca Ann 137, 76
Sherrill, Glenda Jo 137
Shields, Joyce 137
FHA 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3, FNC 2, Stu-
dent Council 3, PE Leader 3.
Shields, Loyce F. 137, 99
Shioleno, Anthony J. 138
Leonard's Scholastic Pin, Student Council
Shipskey, Michael C. 137
VIC 61, 3.
Shivers, Clayton 137
Sides, Mary Ann 137
Simmons, Donnise 137
Skipper, Carol Lea 137
Slayton, Alvin W. 137, 60, 58, 61, 64
ROTC 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 2, Rifle Team
Smith, Douglas 137, 104
Smith, James R. 138, 102, 223, 60, 58,
Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Guidon Bearer 2,
Commander 3, VIC 74, 1, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, ROTC Who's Who 3.
Smith, Jeanie M. 138, 84, 102, 103,
104, 84, 98
AY 2, 3, FBLA 2, 3, FNC 3, VIC 216,
2, 3, NHS 2, 3, Leonard's Scholastic
Award 1, 2, 3. .
Smith, Kathleen M. 138
Smith, Linda J. 138, 97
VIC 181, 'Sweetheart 1.
Smith, Linda S. 138, 100, 97, 90
Smith, Sondra Kay 138, 242, 92
Smith, Sylvia L. 138, 97
TALA 2, Physical Fitness Award, PE
Leader, Student Council.
Smith, Terry C. 138
VIC 166, President 3.
Snelson, Michael E. 138
Football 1, Track 2, 3, VIC 193, 1, 2, 3.
Snyder, Paul 138
Snyder, Shirley G. 138, 14, 24, 25, 19,
83, 109, 87, 100, 72, 199
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Basketball Sweet-
heart 1, Jr. Favorite Runner-Up, Optimist
Essay Award 2, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Sec-
retary 3, Homecoming Princess 2, Senior
Class Treasurer, Miss Tech Nominee 3,
FTA 2, 3, VIC 64, Sweetheart 3, FBLA
1, 2, Senior Play.
Soto, Tommie 138
Spivey, Janet M. 138
VIC 88, 1, 2, 3.
Stacy, Vicki L. 138
Red Cross I, 2, 3, Annual Business
Stafford, Ricky T. 138, 135, 136, 216,
238, 84, 100, 72.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Variety Show 3,
Stalcup, Clyde A. 138
Stanley, Robert L. 138
Stegall, John W. 138
Stewart, Glenna Sue 138
Volleyball I, Variety Show 3.
Stoutsenberger, Carol 139
Streeter, Doyle R. 139, 62
Streig, J. Charles 139, 61
Strong, Jimmy D. 139
Stroud, Brenda K. 139, 222
FHA 2, 3, Who's Who in Homemaking
Stubblefield, Kenneth 139
Sumpter, Donna L. 139
Sustaita, Mary Helen 139
Talbert, Donnelle 139, 199
VIC 1,1588 1, 2, 3, National Honor
Society, Who's Who in English.
Tate, Peggy Elaine 139
Taylor, Gilbert L. 139, 63
Taylor, R. Sharon 139, 90
VOE Club Reporter 3.
Templeton, Jo Ann 139
Terracio, Jo 139, 104, 100
AY 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3,,
Student Council 3.
Thedford, Robert L. 140, 59, 50, 61, 91,
VIC i,f81, 2, 3, ROTC 1, 2, 3, Rifle
Team 1, 2, 3, Photo Shop Foreman
Thomas, Mike R. 140, 91, 57
Thomas, Ronald S. 140, 33
Thompson, Judy C. 140
FALA, VIC 2.
Thweatt, Johnny 144
Thweatt, Gloya K. 140, 224
Who's Who in Office Machines
Tidwell, Deborah S. 140
Tompkins, Sandra 140
Torres, Frank R. 140
Totten, Barbara J. 140, 103, 104, 72,
59, 62, 9
Student Council 1, 2, Red Cross I, Bull-
doggers 1, IBM, VIC 2, 3,, President 3,
NHS 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, AY 3, Variety
Show 2, 3,, Senior Play 2, 3, Miss
Tech Nominee, DAR Award, Leonard's
Schorarship Award 1, 2, 3,,
Traffanstead, David 140
Band, VIC .',Li'64.
Trevino, Kenneth L. 140, 214
Student Council 1, 2, 3, DECA 2, 3,
President 3, Soph. Favorite Runner-
up, Jr. Favorite, Football 1, Track,
Truiillo, Richard 140
Tullier, Leroy 140
Turman, James Leon 141
VIC .7265 1, 2, 3, V-Pres. 2, President
3, Stage Manager 2, 3, Who's Who in
Turner Lynn 141
Turner, Ronnie B. 141, 146, 59, 50,
Tybroski, Charles 141
Underwood, Sandra 141
Upchurch, Edna E. 141
Urbas, Priscilla A. 141, 105, 104, 92,
ROTC Sponsor 2, AY 2, 3, Red Cross 2,
3, VIC 25216 2, 3, DECA 3 Vice-Pres.
Valdez, Charlie A. 141, 16, 26, 33
Football I, 2, 3, VIC H74 2.
Valdez, Tina T. 141, 24, 25, 100
Baseball Sweetheart 1, Red Cross Sect-
Treas, 2, Red Cross 3, Student Council
3, Jr. Favorite Runner-Up 2, Home-
coming Princess 3, Nominee for Senior
Valentine, Kathleen 141
Valentine, William 141
Valenzuela, Frank 141, 57
Allen, Sandro Kay 145, 86, 84, 60, 59
Allen, Sharon L. 169
Alley, Gloria Jean 169
Allsbrooks, Charles 169
Allsbrooks, Susan L 145, 101, 103, 91
Almarez, Eva 84, 169, 104
Almarez, Nettie 145
Alvarado, Ann 97, 169
Alvarado, Arnold C. 169
Alvarado, Frankie S. 145
Alvarado, Eddie 169, 90
Alvarado, Josephine 169
Alvarez, Benny Jr. 145
Alvis, James M. 169
Andersen, Kathy D. 17, 169
Anderson, Linda K. 145, 99
Anderson, Sandra K. 145
Andrada, Gracie 169
Andrews, Larry L. 169
Andrews, Buddy 145
Angeles, Dolores 145
Anthony, Tony 145
Applegate, Ronald 145
Archer, Jane C. 169
Ard, Doris A. 145
Arnold, Andy H. 145
Arnold, John R. 169
Arredondo, Sammy 169
Arreguin, Benny 169, 62
Arreguin, Joe L. 169, 60
Arthur, John W. 145
Ash, Raye 170
Valle, Luis 141, 21, B7
FTA 1, 2, 3, President 2, 3, Band 1,
2, 3, Band Capt. 3, Student Councill.
Red Cross 2.
Van, Gary Dean 141
Vann, Larry L. 141, 19, 104, 97, 222,
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Bulldoggers 1, 2,
3, V-Pres. 2, Soph. Class Favorite, Jr.
Favorite Runner-up, Nominee for Mr.
Tech, VIC if Pres. 2, Sgt. At. Arms
I AY 1, 2, 3.
Veatch, Ronnie 141
Vedder, Mary J. 141, 127
VIC ifC216 2, TALA 1.
Velasquez, Edward 141, 95
Votaw, Deborah K. 141
Waddle, Peggy 141
AY 1, VIC i,."133 1, 2, Red Cross 1,
P. E. Leader 2, 3, Volleyball Club 1, 2.
Wade, Nancy 142
Waits, Barbara 142, 66
VIC .iL'88 1, 2, 3.
Waldrop, Kay 142, 14, 19, 24, 25, 83
AY 2, ICT VIC Sweetheart 2, IBM VIC
Sweetheart 3, Student Council 2, 3, Vice-
Pres. of Jr. Class, ROTC Sponsor 2, Track
Sweetheart 2, Cheerleader 3, Homecom-
ing Queen 3, Class Favorite.
Wall, Carol J. 142, 120
VIC :At7O, Red Cross 2.
Wallace, Jimmie L. 142, 92
Walthall, Michael S. 142, 63, 56
ROTC 2, 3, T Awards 2, 3.
Watson, Darlene 142
Watts, Evan F, 142, 43
VIC .7.,"':61 1, 2, 3.
Watts, Frank 142
Weaver, LaVerne 142
Weid, Dennis 142
Track 1, 2, 3, Red Cross I, 2, 3
West, Diana 142
Wetzel, Donald E. 142, 225
Band 1, 2, 3, VIC 1, 2, 3, ROTC,
White, Carla Dee 142
Bulldoggers 1, Red Cross 3, Student
White, Vanita A. 142
Wilcoxson, Mary C. 142, 101
Willars, Mary Lou 142
TALA I, 2, Bulldoggers 1, Volleyball
Club 3, P,E. Leader 3.
Williams, James H. 142, 238, 92, 65
Williamson, Linda J. 142
Wilson, Bobby L. 142
Wolfe, Judith A. 143, 101
TALA 1, 2, 3, President 3.
Wood, Dianne D. 143, 54
Wood, Eddie 143
Wood, Lynda Jane 143, 102
VIC 3160, Sweetheart, Red Cross 1,
Bulldoggers 1, Student Council 3,
Wood, Sheila J. 143, 24, 25
VIC 41136 1, Student Council 2, ROTC
Sponsor, 2, Red Cross 3, Nominee for
Woodall, Joe 143
Woody, Raymond 143
FBLA 1, 2, 3, DECA 3.
Wren, Bill 143, 63
Yale, Johnny J. 143, 102, 105, 104,
AY 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Student
Council 2, 3, Baseball 1, FBLA 3, Who's
Who in Boys' P. E.
Yates, Cynthia 143
Young, Dorothy Rhea 143, 92
DECA Sect. 2, Vice-Pres. 3.
Young, Larry L. 143, 60, 64
VIC 51274, 2, Treasurer, Drill Team 1, 2,
Zamarripa, Lupe S. 143
Zamora, Selestino 143
Ash, Vesta Faye 169
Ashcroft, John L. 170, 59, 62
Austin, Johnny Lee 170, 60
Austin, Mike Dan 170, 63
Awtrey, Carolyn Y. 100, 170, 98
Ayala, Frank 170
Azocar, Gilbert L. 170
Baack, Gregory J. 170, 63
Baack, Richard A. 145, 63
Babcock, Joe W. 145
Baocus, Jimmy A. 170
Bacon, Grady G. 145
Bagley, Michael Jam 145
Bailey, Billy D. 145
Bailey, David M. 170
Bailey, Ethel l.. 170, 66
Bailey, Karen Kay 145, 102
Bain, Bobbie J. 145
Bainbridge, Ben 145
Baird, Kathryn G. 170
Baker, Charles A. 170
Baker, .lo Ann 146
Baker, Vivian Ruth 146, 93
Balandran, Santas C. 170
Balderas, Jane A. 146, 96, 97
Ball, Mary Anne 146
Ball, Susie Jean 170, 102
Ballard, Darrell G. 170, 63
Ballard, Geraldene 170
Banker, Richard E. 146
Beverly J. 146
Barbee, Janelle 104, 100, 170
Barbee, William 170
Barlow, Ronny M. 170
59, 212, 62
Barnes, Virginia J. 146
Barnett, Jerry A. 97, 170
Barrera, Rosie 170
Barrett, James W. 146
Barrientes, Connie 170
Barrientes, Ruben 170
Barron, David R. 146
Barton, Linda L. 146
Bason, David A. 170
Bason, Lupe Jynae 146
Bateman, Sandra K. 146, 97
Bates, Frank P. 146, 87, 63
Linda N. 146, 86, 84, 164, 103,
Baxter, Brenda J. 146, 104, 84, 100, 97, 99
Baxter, Dennis J. 170, 64
Baxter, John Henry 146, 58, 212, 64
Bayley, Barry Lynn 146
Beach, John Morgan 146
Beall, Bonnie Gay 170
Beall, Janice Fay 170
Beasley, Janet L 146, 96, 97
Bedford, Jeania D. 146
Beers, Carol Lois 170
Beers, Diane Alice 146
Beeson, Barbara L. 171, 168, 102, 101, 104,
Bell, Richard l. 146
Belmares, Willie M. 146
Benson, F. Jean 146
Bentley, Karen 171, 120, 97
Bergmann, Sandra K. 17, 171, 242
Berkes, Donna R. 146, 104
Bermeio, Gloria J. 171
Bermeio,Julia A. 171
Bernal, Felix 146
Berry, Daniel M. 171
Bettis, Connie Dean 171, 186, 184
Bigbee, Jerel D. 171
Biggars, Johnny Ray 146
Biggs, Judy Mae 146, 100
Bigler, Melinda J. 171, 66, 98, 99
Binion, Blendia S. 171
Binz, Veronica J. 171
Birch, Christie J. 171
Bird, Beverly Ozell 171
Bishop, Shirley Ann 171
Bivins, Greg C. 147
Biork, Tommy L. 147
Black, Willie U. 147, 24, 233, 235, 234
Blackwood. Geri 171
Blackwood, Margaret 171
Blain, Daniel 147
Cynthia Ann 147
Blanton, Glenda L. 147
Blanton, Pete D. 147, 37
Blevins, Ben E. 147
Blissett, Linda E. 147
Bill W. 147, 81, 77, 104, 84
Blue, Jenell N. 171
Bobo, Mike J. 171
Bollom, Gary D. 171
Bond, Sara Kaye 171
Bonner, Marshall W. 147, 80, 79, 77
Bottoms, Pauline 147
Bowen, Donna Gay 147
Bowman, Tim E. 147
Bownds, Phyllis Ann 147
Boyd, Danny P. 171
Boyd, Sherry Lynn 171
Boyd, William S. 147
Brady, Margaret l 147
Brakebill, Judy M. 171
Brannon, Charles D. 171
Brannon, Paula K. 171, 66
Braswell, Ronald 171
Bratton, James W. 171
Brewer, Tom R. 171, 102
Brice, Billie C. 147, 98
Bridges, Tommy 147, 238, 37
Brimer, Patricia A. 20, 83, 170, 17
Briseno, Bobby 171, 16, 28, 26
Brittain, David D. 104, 172
Brooks, Catharine E. 172
Brown, Cynthia M. 172, 93
Brown, Dennis P. 147
Brown, Gloria Jean 147, 104, 90
Brown, Judy Gayle 97, 172
Brown, Nelcene 172
Brown, Patsy Diane 147
Brown, Raymond M. 77, 147, 30,
Brown, William L. 147
Brenda Gail 87, 172
Madeline K. 147, 96
Buchanan, Treusa Y. 84, 172
Buell, Ernie 75, 147, 100
Buell, Patricia R. 171
Bullock, Joyce 147
Bullock, Gloria J. 147, 99
Bullock, Jerry W. 172
Burcham, Llynellen 172
Burciaga, Mary V. 171
Burgess, Judy M. 149
Burke, D. 172, 96
Burnaugh, Ted A. 172
Burrows, Freda F. 1Z2
Burt, Adrina L. 148
Burwell, David H. 148
Bush, James W. 148
Bush, Tammy C. 172
Butler, Linda Gail 172, 66
Bynum, Kathy 148
Byrd, Richard K. 148
Cabral Olga L. 148, 99
Cabrera, Yolanda F. 148
Cagle, Danny W. 148
Calder, Leslie J. 172, 66
Calder, Sherman L. 172
Calderon, Christine 172
Caldwell, Glen G. 172
Callaham, Linda K. 172
Callaway, Kathy K. 148
Callender, Lorraine 172, 101
Camacho, Mary Helen 172
Camargo, Del T. 172
Camargo, Nancy T. 17, 172
Camarillo, Geneva 148
Camarillo, Juana 172
Cameron, Danny R. 172
Campau, Charles L 77, 81, 168, 172, 104
Campbell, Billy M. 172
Campbell, Michael A. 172, 238
Cano, Daniel 172
Cantu, Adam 172
Cantu, Danny 148, 60
Cantrell, Ronnie W. 148
Carbaial, Helen 14, 19, 144, 148, 96, 234,
Carlson, Shirley A. 148
Carpenter, Becky A. 172
Carr, David A. 172
Carrell, Paul M. 148, 102
Corrigan, Gary M. 172
Carrizales, Ben A. 148
Carrizales, Yolanda 84, 173, 104
Carrizalez, Cicilio 148
Carter, Hal 144, 148, 234, 87, 60
Carter, Mike T. 173
Cartwright, Kenneth 148, 59
Carver, Lula Jo 148
Casarez, Mary F. 148
Casbeer, Bill B. 173
Casey, Carey E. 173
Cass, Patricia Ann 104, 173, 100
Castillo, Deanna J. 148, 96, 98
Castillo, Pablo L. 173, 37
Castillo, Rachel 148
Castilla, Rita 173
Castillo, Rudy L. 148
Castleman, Helen L. 173
Cates, Tommie J. 173
Cauthern, Shirley 148, 98
Cavin, Joyce N. 17, 173
Cowell, Carol 148
Cervantm, Benny E. 173
Cervantm, Eliiio 173
Chaloupka, Franklin 149
Chambliss, Pamela L. 173
Chandler, Patricia 173
Chapa, Gloria A. 84, 149, 97, 99
Chapa, Joe Louis 173
Chappell, Ronald R. 149
Chase, Phillip C. 173
Chavez, Jolanda 173
Chavez, Donald W. 149
Chmarreta Carol A. 173, 100
Chenault, Jimmy C. 149
Cherry, Alexis S. 149, 93
Cherry, Toni S.173, 93
Chesnut, Carolyn F. 149
Chism, David H. 149
Chow, Jimmy 146, 149, 164, 46, 245
Christenson D. 173
Churchwell, Jerry W. 173
Cisneros, Madeline 149, 99
Cisneros, Patricia 149
Clardy, David M. 149, 173
Clark, Albert Lee 173
Clark, Julia Ann 149
Clark, linda Carol 173, 101
Clark, Sidney C. 149
Clark, Teresa A. 98, 173, 101
Claxton, Sandy F. 149
Clemons, Kelly Ray 77, 78, 174
Clendening, James 174
Clitton, Monita F. 149, 102, 103, 86, 84
Clapton, Shirley 149, 87, 73
Clowers, Kenneth W. 174
Cochran, Peggy C. 174
Cockrum, Lloyd W. 174
Coltman, Lois L. 174
Coggin, Johnny D. 149
Coggin, Robert W. 174
Coleman, Teresa F. 174
Collard, Pamela J. 174
Combs, Bert Earl 149, 93
Contreras, Manuel F. 174
Cooper, Adrian R. 149, 99, 81, 7
Cooper, Doyle R. 174
Cooper, George G. 149
Cooper, Linda L. 149, 96, 98
Cordova, Minnie 149, 86, 84
Corlly, John H. 174
Cornish, Brenda G. 174
Cornwell, Wallace E. 174
Corpus, Juanita 174
Corral, Miguel P. 174
Courtney, Mike J. 174
Cox, Benny H. 174
Cac, Tony Lynn 149, 55
Cmby, Cathy C. 174
Cragg, Claude 174
Craig, Dudley E. 174, 63
Craig, Tommy L. 149
Crawford, Brenda J. 149
Crider, Julia A. 150
Cropp, Darrel 174
Crosby, Pamela R. 174
Crow, Connie Joyce 174
Crow, Danny L. 174
Crow, Leroy 150
Crow, Mike L. 150
Crane, Joe 150, 53
Cunningham, Linda 174
Daily, Forest John 174
Daniel, Charles Lee 174
Daniel, Wayne F. 150
Daniels, Bill F. 174
Daniels, Pato 149, 150, 99
Daugherty, Earl 150
Davidson, Douglas 175
, Bennie Lee 174
, Cynthia L. 175
Davis, Gary Ray 175
Davis, Johnny M. 150
Roger G. 175
Davis: Sharon E. 150
Dawkins, Robert E. 175
Day, Dorretta A. 175
Day, Jimmy Allen 150
De.Hart, Randy 150
Delarosa, Lupe 175
Deleon, Joe 150
Deleon, Lupe 150, 30, 29
Deleon, Virginia A. 175, 96
Delezenne, Donna K. 150
Delgado, Arthur C. 150, 175, 62
Dellinger, Avalea N. 144, 96, 102,
97, 59, 64
Dellinger, Clayton 150
Dennis, James M. 175
Derden, Earnest M. 175
Derryberry, Nedio M. 175
Deskins, Cynthia 150
Devoe. Jo Anne 175
Jesse Richard 150
Dim, Mary Louise 175
Dim, Sandra K. 175
Dicenzo, Steve 150
Dickerson, Reggie L. 175
Dickey, Dennis F. 175, 104, 74
Dickson, John J. 150, 95
Diekmann, John A. 175
Dill, Linda Gail 150
Dixon, Gary W. 150
Dixon, Wanda K. 175
Dobbins, Randy W. 175, 62
Dockery, Debra A. 175, 242
Dodson, John M. 150
Dollins, Jeanita A. 150, 104
Dominguez, Rachel 175
Donoho, Nelda L. 100, 175
Doss, Robert B. 175,99
Douglas Charles H. 151, 60
Drattan, Yvonne C. 84, 175
Drew, Linda D. 151, 96, 97
Danny W. 175
Duncan, Bert L. 151
Duncan, Elizabeth A. 151, 92
Duncan, Linda Sue J. 17, 75
Duncan, Vickie J. 151, 104, 72
in, Susan Y. 176
Dunlap, Ronnie L. 176
Dunmire, Deborah A. 176
Dunn, Terry 151
Dunnam, Mary A. 151, 102
Durham, Dusty 176, 184
Eaton, Judy Ann 176
Eggleston, Gary M. -176
Eivens, Billy L 176
Elizondo, Juanita 151
Elizondo, Nickey E. 176
Elizondo, Yolanda 176
Elkins, Johnny 176
Eller, Gary E. 176
Elliott, Gay Lynn 176, 101
Elliott, Linda Gay 176
Elliott, Michael C. 176
Ellis, Bobby 151
Ellis, Minnie Kay 176, 104
Elsasser, Dorothy 176
Elston, Evelyn 176, 104
Engle, Edith Gail 176
Epps, Stephenie D. 176, 98
Erickson, Charlotte 176
Ernest, Lowler 175
Escamilla, Pete 176
. Katherine 151, 102, 93
Escobar, John 176
Esparza, Patricia 176
Espinosa, Maria T. 176
Espinma, Albert M. 176
Espinma, Linda 151
Essary, James E. 176, 64
Estlick, Jan M. 176, 104
Evans, Dianna J. 84, 176, 86, 66
Evartt, Patsy May 176
Evartt, Peggy Jo,151, 99
Fackler, Pat E. 177
Fairchild, Kenneth 177
Farmer, Rhody W. 177
Farr, Tom 151
Farrington, Yvonne 177
Faudree, Johnny B. 177
Felt, Kathy 176
Ferguson, Robert L. 177, 63
Ferrell, Sharon A. 177
Ferris, James 177
Fimbrm, Frank 151
Finney, Donna D. 151
Flock, Cynthia L. 151
Fischler, Marilyn 151, 177
Fisher, Carolyn A. 177
Fisher, Ronald Lee 151
Fletcher, Walter R. 177
Flippin, Patricia J. 151
Flores, Alex 151
Flores, Carlos 177, 93
Flores, Gilbert 177
Flores, Rose 177
Flores Rose 177
Flores, Steve 151, 177, 60
Flowers, Grady D. 151
Forcade, Steve B. 151
Ford, Anita K. 177
Ford, David M. 177
Ford, Gerry T. 151
FortM. Ann 151
Fortenberry, Bobby 151
Foster, Joyce M. 151, 104, 99
Fowlkes, Judy Ayn 151, 87, 100
Franco, David A. 151
Franco, Robert L. 151
Frausto, Joe 177
Freeman, Tommy L. 177
Freeman, Tony 177
French, Christine 177
French, Paulette 17, 177, 97
Friend, Rebecca A. 177
Frizzell, Toddi M. 177 98
Fry, Floyd H. 177, 63
Fuchs, Aaron C. 176, 177, 62
Fugitt, Garland R. 151
Gaines, Joyce M. 151
Gaitan, Felix R. 152
Gannon, Don 177
Garcia, Anita M. 152
Garcia, Elvera 152, 177
Garcia, Diana 177
Garcia, Fernando J. 178
Garcia, Gloria 152
Hector J. 152
M artha 17 8
Garcia, Mary H. 178
Garcia, Reynaldo 178
Garcia, Rudy 178, 102
Garcia, Rudy M. 178
Gardner, Danny R. 16, 75, 152, 102, 29,26
Gardner, Linda Sue 152
Gardner, Ralph W. 178, 62
Garivay, Yolanda 152
Garivay, Yvonne 178
Garrett, Robert L. 152
Gates, Michael W. 178
Gault, Bruce W. 178
M arga ret 152
Gay, Ronnie C. 178
Gemeny, Sherwood J. 152, 66
Gerard, Edward C. 178
Gideon, Henry Van 178
Gilbert, Walter F. 152
ie, Brenda 152
Gilman, Renee L. 178
Ginn, Rick David 152
Glidewell, Larry W. 152
Glosup, Gwen 152
Godard, Jerry L. 152
Golden, Charles P. 178
Gomez, Josephine C. 152
, Raymond C. 152
es, George 152
es, Done 152
Gonzales, Alice 178
Gonzales, Armando 178
Gonzales, Cynthia A. 178
Gonzales. David 178
Gonzales, Esther 178
Gonzales, Herb 16, 104, 30,
Gonzales, Leon N. 178
Gomales, Martin 178
Gonzales, Mary H. 152, 97
Gonzales, Richard 152
, Sue 152
, Raymond 152
Gonzales, John 152
Good, David L. 178
Goode, Danny L. 152
Goodwin, Douglas G. 178, 62
29, 26, 36
Gordon, Lynn M. 178
Gordon, Ralph Wesley 152
Goss, Linda Mae 178
Govea, Ray 178
Graham, Wesley E. 152, 109
Grantham, Patricia 152
Grantland, Brenda K. 178, 99
Gray, Rita M. 152
Greener, William J. 240, 178
Greer, Alinda G. 179, 98
Gregory, Larry 152
Gregory, Peggy J. 179, 66
Griffen, Betty L. 152
Griffin, Eddie D. 179, 104
Griffin, Frank F. 179
Griffin, George P. 152
Griffin, John S. 179
Griliin, Thomas R. 179
Griffith, Virginia 179
Grimada, Mike A. 179
Grisham, Mary L 179, 66, 98
Grzloski, Carol S. 179
Guereca, Gwen A. 153
Guerra, Rachel E. 153, 87, 100,
Guslin, Ronnie 153
Hodnett, Curtis 154
Hoffman, Katherine 181, 44
Hogae, Verna 181
Hogan, David C. 181
Hogan, Jackie O. 181
Hogan, Jackie 154
Hogans, Dale A. 154
Hoggard, Harry C. 154
Hogue, Charles R. 154
Holder, Johnice 154, 160, 104, 212, 42, 245
Holland, Beverly Ann 181, 101
Holland, Jimmy L 154
Holmes, Fred W. 181, 190
Holt, Ricky Nathan,181
Holt, Rita G. 154
Holt, Robert Carl 181
Hood, Sandra Lee 181
Hoover, Cathey E. 181
Hoover, Claire E. 154, 99
Horan, Jackie Fay 154, 96
Horton, David J. 154
Horton, Don B. 154, 102
Howe, Timmy J. 181
Hudgins, Janice A. 181
Hudson, James H. 181, 241
Gutierrez, Anna B. 179
Gutkowski, Robert L 179
Guyton, Janice 153
Habern, Don 179
Hager, Robert Lee 153
Haile, Hilde M. 179
Hale, Karen Jean 179
Hall, Mary Lee 179
Hall, Roger F. 179
Hamilton, Deborah K. 179
Hamilton, Margaret 179
Hamilton, Rodger L. 179
Hammer, Joan Marie 179
Hammons, Donna F. 153, 97
Hampton, Marcus D. 153
Hamrick, Randy Lee 153, 100
Hankins, Patricia 179, 175, 104, 246
Hanks, Mike 153
Hanks, Wallace E. 153
Hanson, Robin T. 153
Harby, Darlene 179
Hardin, Larry Don 153, 63
Hargrove, Alton 153, 32, 30, 29
Hario Gerald 179
Harmonson, Roxanne 179, 104
Horned, William A. 153
Hudson, James 154
Hudspeth, Arneta A. 154
Huff, Barbara Jean 181
Huffman, David L. 181
Huffman, Melinda 154
James M. 181, 37
Hughes, Ricky 154
Hunter JohnM 181
Hunter LeslleE 181
Hunter RandalD 155, 105, 104, 212
Huston, Jackie L. 181
Humphreys, Brenda K. 154, 104, 84, 100, 99
Harris, Alice J. 83, 153
Harris, Charles L. 153, 63
Harris, Larry G. 16, 179, 235,
Harris, Nancy R. 179
Harris, Nancy R. 53,
Harris, Waymon F. 179
Harris, William H. 153, 74
32, 30, 28,
Hutchi , Larry H. 181, 63
Hutson, Annette 155
Hutson, Micheal D 181
Hutton, Luther L. 155, 104
Hyman, Mary C. 154, 155, 105, 104, 99
Ingram, Carolyn R. 181
Ingram, Billy 181
Irvine, Sheila E. 181
Ivy, Granville D. 155
Jackson, June Helen 155, 105, 104, 90
Jackson, Ronald W. 181, 60
Jackson, Tommy J. 181
Jacobson, Danny A. 181
James, Mike R. 182
Jay, Charles F. 182, 60
Jenkins, Carol Dee 155, 104, 66
Jenkins, Sid 182
Jenkins, Steve L 182
Jennings, Troy L. 155, 235, 37
Jimenez, Ramona, 182
Jimison, Jack A. 182
Joblin, John C. 182
Harrison, Betty L. 153
Harrison, Elaine 153
Harrison, Randal G. 153
Harrod, Patricia M. 179
Hartman, Fred C. 179
Hatcher, Barbara A. 180
Hawkins, Martha E. 180
Johnson, James E. 182
Johnson, Van 155
Johnson, Lyndal A. 182
Patricia A. 182, 242
Karen L. 155, 103, 87, 100,
Jones, June 144, 155, 159, 99
Hawley, Darlene 153
Hawley, Donna Jean 153, 98
David M. 180
Hayes, Kenneth W. 180
Hearn, Alvia Fay 180
Hearn, Carol 153
Heath, Larry Dean 180, 37
Heckart, Cynthia S. 153, 98
Hedge, Gordon R. 180
Hemphill, Roberta 180
Henderson, James B. 180
Hendricks, Rex Lee 180
Hendrix, Roger D. 153
Hennig, Sandra 180
Henry, Larry Gene 180
Hensley, Diane 153, 59
Henson, Jody 17, 180
Bruno 153, 16
Hernandez, Christine 180
Hernanda, Catarino 180
Hernandez Charles 180
Hernandez, Laura 180
Hernandez, Mary E. 153
Hernandez, Orlando 180
Hernandez Rene 180
Hernandez, Rosa B. 153, 97, 99
Hernandez Sara M. 180
Herod, John W. 180
Herrera, Hope 154, 97
Herrera, Philip J. 180
Herrera, Rueben R. 180
Herrera, Sammy 154
Herring, Martha A. 180, 104, 99
Herzog, Shirley E. 180, 66
Hewitt, Patricia A. 154
Hexemer, Kenneth H. 154
Hill, Billie R. 180
Hill, Fernando 154
Hill, Steven Perry 180, 63
Hill, Yolanda 154, 99
Hille, William V. 154, 112, 163, 164
Hillman, Teresa L. 180, 102
Himes, Pamela Lee 181
Hinsey, Delores Ann 181
Hodges, Wiley D. 181
Jones, Charles N.20, 155
Jones, Gary B. 182
Jones, Gary W. 182
Jones, Ray 155
Jones, Jerry D. 182
Jones, Mollie L. 155
Jones, Ronnie A. 182
Jones, Ronnie E. 182
Jordon, Dyannea I. 182, 184
Jow Ying Yee 155
Joyner Ramona K. 155, 101, 103, 99
Juarez, Jesse 182, 62
Judd, Carolyn D. 155
Judkins, Mike J. 155, 60, 61
Kale, Joyce Ann 182
Kaluzniak, Agnes M. 182
Kapavik, David E. 182
Keeney, Greg 182
Kelley, Mary D. 182
Kelsey, Verdun H. 182
Kemp, Donald F. 155, 60
Kent, Joseph M. 155
Kerley, Carol S. 182, 97
Kerr, Marvin L 155, 31, 30, 26
Ketcham, Jerry W. 182
Kethley, Joy V. 155
Key, Richard W. 182
Kidwell, Melody V. 182
Kilburn, Shirley A. 83, 155, 104, 97
Kimble, Mary Lee 182
Kincaide, Linda 182
King, Donnie Joe 182
King, Linda' K. 183
King, Jimmy F. 183
King, Shirley 183
Kirkland Medretta 155
Kizer Joe Steven 183 '
Kloberdanz, Paul G. 183, 55
Klodginsky, Jill A..183
Knowles, Joy Ann 183
Krokum, StuartW. 183
Krukulski, Shirley 183
Kubick, Thomas Gene 155
Kurosky, Kenneth R. 155
Kyle, Sandra L 183
Lackey, Betty K. 183
Lackey, Charlotte 183
Lackey, Frank B. 183
Lacy, Susan E. 183
lahue, Micky Lynn 183
Laing, Jesse R. 155
Lamb, Linda Faye 183
Lambert, Charles R. 155
Lance, Karen D. 155, 84
Land, Larry Sullivan 183
lane, Patricia Ann 183
Langford, Sharon D. 183
Langham, Marsha M. 156
Iangston, Jim 183
Lasater, Susan A. 183
Laubenthal, Mary L. 183
Lauver, Charmie Ann 183
Lawhon, Charles W. 183
Lawless, Preston W. 191
Lea, James D. 183, 62
Leachman, Vera D. 183
Ledesma, Carolyn R. 156
Ledesma, Johnny D. 156
Lee, Robert E. 183
Leever, Jerry W. 156
Leever, Linda K. 183
Lehrmann, Lydia J. 156
Lemons, Thomas W. 156
Lewellen, Linda E. 183
Lewis, Michael R. 184, 63
Lewis, Sarah 184
Ligm, William D. 184
Lightfoot, Richard 184
Lindsay, Larry D. 184
Lindsay, Robert B. 156, 93, 62
Lisenbe, Jerry H. 156
Lisenbe, Jimmy C. 184
Little, Michael 156
Livingston, Gary G. 184, 60, 91
McCreary, Billy D. 157
NlcDade, Frances L. 185
McDaniel. Carroll H. 185
McDaniel, Patricia 185
McDaniel, Peggy 157, 104, 109, 66
McDonald, John M. 157
McDonald, Pamela K. 185
McDowell, Janie F. 185
McDuff, Joe W. 185
McElreath, Vicky L. 157, 109
McElroy, Betty Sue 185
McFarland, Charles 185
McGhee, Jan l. 157
McGlothlin, Ladema 157
McGlothlin, Eugene 185
McGraw, Delorise D. 185
Mclnnis, David Roy 185
McKay, Betty Lou 185, 84
McKelroy, Sherry L. 157
McKelroy, Troy W. 157
McKinney, Johnny Q. 157
McLain, Gerald C. 186
Mclaughlin, Nancy K. 186, 99
McLean, Kathleen 157, 212
Mcleod, Becky J. 186
Mcleroy, Brunson V. 186
McNutt, Tommy E. 157, 63
McQueen, Peggy A. 186, 86, 84
McTaggart, Nancy J. 186
Medina, Jesse G. 186
Medina, Sarah L. 186
Medina, Thomas 16, 157, 32, 26
Medlock, Rickey L. 186
Melendez, Oscar 186
Menchaca, Ben 157, 60
Menchaca, Hortensia 104
Mendez, Johnny J. 157
Lochaby, Gloria D. 184
Lohmer, Ben J. 156
Long, Bill R. 184
Long, Donald D. 156, 64
Long, Jerry F. 184
Long, Linda Joyce 184, 84
Long,-Roger D. 184
Long, Wanda June 184
Lopez, Eddie C. 156, 60
Lopez, Lydia M. 156
Lopez, Manuel R. 156
Lopez, Patsy Lilia 84, 184
Lopez, Richard 184
Lord, Barbara Lee 184
Mendma, Mary E. 186
Mertz, Henry F. 186
Mercado, Linda R. 186, 242, 102
Messick, Roger D. 186, 66
Miaranda, Mike 158
Miller, Diana Faye 186
Miller, John B. 157, 102, 104, 87, 212
Melinda A. 157, 102
Mauerf Ronald G. use
Miller, Skippy 21, 157, 71, 43
Vicki Lynn 14, 83, 158,
Richard L. 186, 62
Millo, Danny 186
Millsap, David J. 158, 73
Lott, Cynthia J. 156, 159. 63
Love, Beverly Ann 184, 99
Lowrey, George W. 184
Lowry, Phillip M. 184
Lucas. Kenneth W. 184
Luce, Alice Mae 184, 99
Luster, Mary A. 184
Luther, Ray Eugene 184
Luttrell, Richard L 184, 53
Lykins, William D. 156
Lyle, Bonnie Ann 156
Lynch, Sandy D. 156, 96
Lynn, Bobby J. 156
Mace, Clyde James 156
Maddox, Larry R. 184
Malenowsky, Paulo 84, 102
Malone, Mike F. 184
Manasco, Sharon A. 184
Maner, Willie A. 156, 60
Marchoni, Claude J. 156
Minchew, Donald E. 158
Mings, Gary W. 186, 53
Mings, Janice Marie 158
Minor, Carol Ann 158
Mitchell, Cathie A. 186
Mitchell, Danny E. 186
Mitchell, Nelson R. 186
Mitchell, Pat A. 186
Mitchell, Randy J. 186
Modgling, Linda J. 158
Modszycki, Mary J. 158, 104, 66
Moldenhauer, Grace 158, 100, 66, 99
Molina, Cathy 1.58
Momez, Richard 186
Mong, Alez, Estelia 186
Montecon, Victor F. 156
Montez, Albert 187, 37
Montez, Patricia A. 158
Moon, Eddie Carrol 186, 63
Moore, Deborah D. 158, 84
Marlar, Bobby G. 156
Marquez, Frank 184
Marsh, Patricia A. 156, 102, 97
Martin, Brenda 156
Martin, Danny F. 156, 87
Martin, John Dee 184
Martin, Leander G. 157
Martin, Michael S. 157
Martin, Vernon Ray 185
Martinez, Alice 96, 185
Martinez, Ben T. 157
Martinez, Carmen 185
Moore, Diana Lynn 144, 145, 158, 164, 167,
86, 85, 84, 59, 63, 212
Moore, John 158
Moore, Kenneth W. 158
Moore, Myrlene 158, 242, 102, 104, 97,212
Paul Wayne 186
Robert Loyd 158, 104
Morales, Alvin R. 158
Morales, Ernest 158
Morales, George 186
Morales, Oscar R. 186
Moralez, Sarah P. 158
Martinez, Ernest 157
Martina, Faye G. 185
Martina, George 185
Martinez, Mary J. 157
Martinez, Richard 185
Martina, Robert G. 185
Martinez, Timo N. 185
Martina, Tony 157
Martinez, Tony G. 157
Martinez, Yolanda 185
Master, Nancy L 185
Matlock, Shelby D. 157
Maruen Lester 184
Maxwell, Charles 157
May, Helen A. 157
Mayfield, Joe B. 157
Mayo, Stephen E. 157
Mays, Jeannette K. 157
Mazza, Larry 71
ike F 187
Moran, M .
Moreno. Hope O. 187
Moreno, Tony 187
Morgan, Larry S. 187
Morgan, Lynn 187, 62
Mormino, Frank J. 158
Morris, Madeleine 187, 101
Morris, Tony Ray 187
Morrison, Guy' R. 158, 239
Morrison, Willard 158
Morrow, Barbara J. 187
Morton, David L. 187
Mosley, Rickie L. 187, 102
Mosley, Sandra Gale 187
Mosqueda, Alvina 158
Mosqueda, Jesse S. 187
Mosqueda, John S. 187
Mott, Brenda Joyce 158
Mulligan, Larry P. 187, 60
McAdams, Paul E. 185
McBride, Tommy W. 77, 81, 185,
McCain, John D. 157
McCanless, Art W. 185
McCann, Michael E. 185, 104
McCauley, Katrina R. 185
McClendon, Judy L. 185
NlcClure, Janet 157
McConn, Philip A. 185
McCormack, Jimmy L. 157
McCrary, Larry J. 185
Munoz, Henry B. 187
Murphy, Albert R. 158
Murray, Mary Sue 158
Murray, Michael Jon 187
Muse Vicki J. 187
Neel, William T. 158
Neely, Mike O. 158
Nelson, Sherry L. 160, 97
New, Alton Glenn 159
New, Bobby W. 187
Newton, Paul D. 159, 105
Newman, Barbara J. 187, 87
Newton, Linwood, J. 187, 240
Nix, Vicki D. 187
Nordin, Edward L. 187
Norman, Linn F. 159
North, Beverly S. 159
North, Bruce L. 159
Norton, John F. 187, 60
Norton, Ray A. 159
Obregon, Altonso 159, 238, 239
Obregon, Antonia M. 187
Obregon, Frank G. 187
Odell, Frankie E. 187
Odom, Harold Mack 159
Odom, Joann E. 187
Ogrady, Linda D. 187
Olguin, Ysidro 187
Olson, Mike R. 159
Ortiz, Lupe 188
Ortiz, Wallace L. 188
Owens, Charles M. 159
Owens, Racheal A. 188, 97
Qtenreider, Janie 188
Ozuna, Robert 188
Pace, Sammy D. 188
Pannell, Norman D. 188
Pannell, Shirley A. 188
Pantoia, Gloria G. 159, 97
Pape, Arlene H. 188, 84
Paprskar, Helen M. 188, 102
Paris, Pam M. 188
Parker, Larry Allen 188, 63
Parker, Larry E. 188
Parrish, Don R. 188
Patina, Arthur 159
Patino, Horalia 159
Patina, John E. 159
Patino, Leandro H. 188
Patino, Linda S. 188, 96
Patterson, Letha A. 188
Patton, John C. 188
Ramon, Gilbert 189
Rangel Valentine 161, 35
Ratlitl, Robert C. 161
Ray, Eddie Reece 189
Ray, Margaret Jane 66
Redburn, Marie 161
Reed, Raymond W. 189, 62
Reese, Doyle G. 161
Reese, Ronnie Ray 161, 55, 64
Reeves, loneta F. 189, 213, 90
Regan, Michael L. W. 189, 100, 62
Reid, Mary C. 189
Rench, Howard E. 161
Rentro, Linda B. 189
Renesto, John J. 189, 60
Renteria, Roy E. 189, 53
Renteria, Rudy 189
Renteria, Sarah R. 161, 99
Resendez, Edward 189, 60
Reyes, Adela C. 161
Reyes, Ruben B. 189
Reyna, Phillip L. 161
Reynalds, Martha F. 161
Reznicek, Linda F, 161
Rhodes, Grover C. 161
Rhoten, Dixie A. 161
Rhoten, Vickie L. 189
Richards Carol J. 190
Riddle Gary 161
Riley, Anita R. 190
Riley, Deborah E. 161, 102, 104
Rioias, Adela 161
Rios, Beatrice 190
Rios, Rosie 161, 96, 101, 87, 97
Roberts, Denny 190
Roberts, Sherri L. 17, 190, 96, 102
Robertson, Becky 190
Robinson, Anne 161
Robison, Donald R. 161
Robshaw, Daniel J. 161
Robshaw, Miriam E. 190
Roger, Jerry 190
Payne, Mike Jay 188
Pearson, Terry 188
Pena, Linda C. 159, 97
Pena, Mary Helen 159, 97, 99
Pena, Richard Lee 188
Pena, Rosalinda M. 159
Penney, Clay Dean 159
Pennington, Allyn, 159
Pennington Diane 189
Peppers, Connie L. 159
Perez, Angela 159, 99
Perez, Emilio 159
Perez, Lena 159, 97
Perez, Mary 1. 159
Perez, Theresa 159
Perhacs, Peggy 159
Perkins, Steve E. 159
Perry, George E. 188
Peterson, Ellen L. 188
Peterson, Lonnie D. 160
Petty, Connie L. 160
Ptatt, Patricia F. 160, 66
Phemister, Eddie C. 160, 240, 56
Phiter, Billy R. 88
Phillips, Alvin H. 188, 55
Phillips, Ronald R. 160
Pilcher, Harry L. 188
Pippen, Barbara N. 160, 91
Pittman, James L. 160
Pitts, Steve W. 160
Pitts, Tom Gregory 181, 102
Platten, Angela 160
Plowman, Calvin P. 160
Pool, Joanne E. 188
Poore, Paula Marie 188
Poston, Sarah A. 160
Potter, Henry L. 160
Powell, Johnny J. 188
Rodela, Yolanda 190
Rodgers, Gary Kent 190
Rodriguez Frank V. 190
Rodriguez Gilbert 190
Rodriguez, Irene 190
Rodriguez Johnny 161
Rodriguez Juanita 190
Rodriquez Julianna 190, 96
Rodriguez Mary H. 190
Rodriguez Rosa L. 190
Rodriqum Bobby J. 190, 71
Rodriquez, Richard 190
Rodriquez, Robert 161
Rodriquez Ruben O. 190, 239
Rogers, John Dennis 161
Rogers, John I. 190, 37
Rogers, Michael D. 190
Rolens, Constance L. 161
Rolt, Mike L. 111
Romero, Ralph C. 190
Romero, Ruth 190
Romo, Ignacio Reyes 190
Rosas, Mary E. 190
Rosas, Mary H. 190
Rosas, Reinaldo 190
Rosenbalm, Weda F. 190
Ross, Carol A. 190, 13, 168, 186,
Rowe, Patsy Jean 111
Roy, Dianne 161
Rczell, Linda G. 191
Rubalcaba, Armando 191
Ruelas, Alice 64, 59
Ruelas, Sylvia 179, 168
Runyon, Butch 162
Rushing, Pamela G. 191, 75
Russell, Debbie A. 191
Powers, Jimmy 160, 236, 26
Praente, Sofia 189
Prater, Joe E. 189
Prater, John W. 160
Prescott, Debbie 173.189, 104, 105.213, 246
Prestid e Dillard 189
Russell, John Fred 162
Russell, Rodric W. 76, 77, 78, 162,
Ruthertord, Harold 191
Sain, Sheila Kay 162, 87
Sain, Suzanne 191, 87
Salmar, Albert 191
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Price, Donna M. 160, 66
Price, Helen A. 160, 99
Priddy, Roy Gene 160
Prince, Freddy L. 160
Pringle, Gertrude A. 160
Pringle, Ronnie D. 160, 119
Pritchett, Mike 189
Pruitt, Betty S. 160
Puett, Linda M. 160
Pursley, Linda Lou 161, 100, 94
Putman, Janet L. 189
Putnam, Judy Carol 189
Putnam, Mike A. 160, 161, 185, 104
Putney, James J. 161
Quinn, Kathaleen 189
Saley Danny 191
Sanchez, Abel 191, 241
Sanchez, Tony O. 191, 60
Sanchez, Dolores 162
Sanchez, Gilbert 191
Sanchez, Juan Jose, 162
Sanchez, Lupe 191
Sanchez, Mary A. 191
Sanchez, Richard 191
Sanders, Joann 191
Sanders, Pat lnVerne 162, 104
Sanders, Peggy E. 191
Sandoval, Eva, 162, 100, 98
Sandoval, Belinda M. 191, 100
Quinn, Tommy 189
Quinones, Felipe G. 161
Raab, Sharle E. 161
Rainey, Kathy D. 189
Rainey, Patrick, M. 161
Rainey, Rodrick R. 161
Rainwater, Preston 161, 58, 60, 61, 64
Ramirez, Ann M. 189
Ramira, Anna Mary 189
Ramirez, Joe M. 189
Ramirez, Margaret 189, 97
Ramirez, Pat A. 189
Ramon, Elaine 189
Sandoval, Willie A. 162, 100
Sandoval, Yolanda 191, 100, 98
Santacruz, Jo Ann 162
Satterwhite R. J. 162
Scott, Dennis Eugene 191
Schick, George E. 162
Schroeder, Stephen 191
Scoggins, Jimmy E. 191
Scott, Charles Ben 191, 102
Scott, Derrell F. 191
Scoville, Michael G. 191
Seghers, Martha J. 191
Sell, James W. 162
Sellers, linda G. 192
Sepeda Susie 192, 15, 104, 97
Serrano, Mary J. 192
Sexton, Barbara A, 192
Sexton, Jimmy D. 162
Shada, George T. 192
Shaw, Jesse Raymond 162
Shelley, Kenneth W. 192, 62
Shelton, Wilma D. 162
Shewmaker, Billy W. 192, 71
Shipley, Trudy K. 192, 101
Shirley, Clittord, 192
Shockley, Beckt Ann 162
Shue, Judith M. 192
Shue, Noland G. 162
Shue, Olen E. 162
Shumate, Anna Faye 192
Shutter, Pat L. 192
Siedell, Larry A. 77, 81, 162, 236, 37, 91
Sills, Willie W. 192
Sisk, Danny R. 162
Slagie, Ronnie 192
Slatten, Linda L. 192
Slayton, Arnold R. 162
Slayton, Ann 192
Smith, Alexis C. 162, 163, 102, 98
Smith, Buddy Gene, 163
Smith, Carol L. 192
Smith, Donald Wayne 163
Smith, Edward Lee 163, 104
Smith, Janet M. 163
Smith, Jett M. 192
Smith, Jerry D. 192
Smith, Jerry L. 192
Smith, Linda F. 163, 104
Smith, Norma Jane 192
Smith, Paul Wesley 192
Smith, Raymond E. 163
Smith, Richard A. 192
Smith, Vickie Gail 192
Smitherman, Kenneth 192
Smitherman, Linda S. 192
Snellgrove, Shellia 192
Snider, Ronnie D. 192
Solis, Ronnie Gene 192
Solmeron, Regina 192
Soto, Linda 193, 100
Soto, George D. 193
Soto, Paul, 163, 240
Speck, Dickie R. 193
Spenser, Linda Mae 193
Spurgeon Charlene 163, 92
Stacy, Craig Allen 193, 81, 77, 37
Stagner, Marilyn C. 193
Stalcup, Larry J. 193
Stantield, Linda R. 20, 163, 97
Stanford, Andy 193, 64
Steinmetz, Jet 163
Stell, Marie E. 193
Stephens, Darl W. 193
Stephens, David M. 193
Stephens, Dennis D. 193
Stephenson, Linda J. 193
Sterling, Kenneth R. 163, 60, 64
Stern, Swanie M. 163
Stevenson, Franklin 193
Stewart, Era Marie 193
Stewart, Joyce R. 193
Stewart, Larry R. 193
Stewart, Tom R. 193
Stimson, Lee F. 193
Stoddard, James A. 163
Stogdill, Garry F. 193
Stone, Melody S. 193, 100
Story, Jim M. 163, 100, 104, 105,
Stout, Susie, 17, 193
Stoutsenberger, James A. 193
Stowers, Mickey A. 163, 60, 87
Strain, Gwen 163, 103, 98
Streig, Louise G. 193
Strong, Jannette E. 193
Ronnie Jay 193
Summers, Jack 163
Summers, Pat D. 193
Sumpter, Carolyn M.163, 75
Sutter, Kathryn l. 193
Sutton, Kristee, H. 193
Swattord, David L. 193, 63
Swain, Clyde 63
Swanson, Rick D. 194
Sweaney, Linda J. 194
Sykora, Rhonda J. 163, 98
Tadlock, Albert R. 163, 63
Talley, Alice Louis 194, 87
Talley, James A. 194, 62
Tanner, Charlene, D. 164
Taplin, George, 164, 33
Tarver, Donna L. 149 99
Tate, Rebecca A. 194
Elhabeth A. 164
Taylor, Jimmy L. 194
Taylor, John 164, 95
Taylor, Joy M. 194,
Taylor, Pam M. 164
Taylor, Shawn, K. 194
Teague, Gerald W. 194
Teakell, Larry L. 164
Earnest Dale 156, 102, 53
Tebay, Herschel G. 194
Teiada, Robert S. 194
Templeton, Royce, L. 164
Tennison, Loydean E. 194, 102,66
86, 84.97. 245
Terrmas, Valentin 194
Thedtord, Douglas 194
Thedtord, Kathleen 194
Thomas, Billy Gayle 164
Thomas, Ike S. 164
Thomas Glen 164
Thompson, Anita K. 194
Thompson, Geraldine 164, 96, 74, 98
Thompson, Norris 164,241
Thompson, Virgil L. 164
Thomson, Roy J. 194
Tidwell, Harley R. 164
Tietz, Roieana L 194
Tiierina Cornelia 194
Tiierina, Robert 164
Tobias, Cirildo Jr. 194
Tomlin, Sharon M. 194
Torres, Barbara A. 194, 97
Torres, Linda 164, 97, 96, 90
Torres, David L. 164
Townsend, Danny R. 194
Tawnsend,Jan Lyn 194, 102
Trattonstead, Wilma 194, 93
Tramal, Lillian 164
Triggx, Roy D. 194, 63
Triplatt, Larry C. 164
Trudgan, William L 194
Truitt, Pahy lynn 165, 66
Truiillo, Cecilia 165, 102
Truiillo, Frances 165
Truiillo, Jovita, 194, 96
Truiillo, Helen 194
Trussel, James M 165
Tucker, Edward L. 195, 62
Tucker, George, W. 165
Tucker, Joseph L. 195
Tucker, Maria Q. 165
Tucker, Mary S. 195
Tudor Richard D. 195, 60
Turner, Pamela G. 165
Turner, Richard J. 195
Turpen, Johnny F. 165
Tybroski, Nancy J. 195
Underwood, Ellen K. 195
Underwood, Paul L. 165, 60
Underwood, Sheila, 195
Uselton, Thomas W. 195, 62
Valadez, Delia 195
Valadez, Delio 195
Valdez, Cecilia 195
Valdez, Jane 195
Valencia, Charles A. 195
Valerio Anitia 195, 96
Valle, Elvira 195
Valle, Richard 195
Vann, Michael R. 195, 102
Vanya, Tommy Wayne 195
Vargas, Diana 195, 17, 84, 213
Joe 165, 240
Vargas, Lydia J. 165
Vargas, Paul 165, 241, 240
Vasquez, Beatrice 165
Vasquez, Esther 165, 66, 99
Vasquez, Rosendo A. 165, 240
Vasquez, Susie 195
Vassar, Paul Dean 195
Barbara N. 165
ary M. 165
Vega, Miguel 165
Vega, Rudy 165, 34
Velasquez, Pete 165, 86
Veloz, Frances 195
Verturth, James R. 195
Jerry C. 165
Vesper, Terrie C. 165
Villegas, Alice 195
Viscaino, Raymond 165
John H. 165
Vollmer, Richard L. 165
Von, Wahlde Dyanne 195
Waits, Janet Lee 195
Waldie, Linda Faye 195, 213
Waldrop, Patricia M. 195, 102, 101
Walker, Faye 166
Horald Dean 196
Walker, Victor C. 166
Wallace, Donald R. 166, 29, 26, 34
Wallace, Kathy S. 196, 86
Wallace, Paullett 196
Wallace, Pat 166
Walthall, Patrick G. 166, 58, 64
Rita L 166
Ward, Janice P. 166, 242
Ward, Michael Joe 196
Marilyn J. 196, 101, 87, 66
Washington, William 166, 26, 34
Watkins, Carol A. 196
Watkins Nina J. 166, 37
Watson, Linda 166
Watson, Shondean D. 196
Watterson, Ralph W. 196
Weatherley, Evelyn 196
Weatherley, Sherman 196
Weatherly, James 166
Weaver, Bill C. 166
Webb, Deborah S. 166
Webb, James Earl 196
Webb, Robert J.D. 196
Welch, Mark Paul 196
Wells, Sandi F. 196, 104
Werner, Susan C. 196
Wharlon, Ronnie L. 166
Wharlon, Wanda S. 166
Whalley Ed 166
Wheeler, Jo Nell 196, 100, 97, 99
Wheeler, Peggy Sue 149, 150, 102
Whilalier, Janice L. 196
Whilalier, Nancy E. 166, 71
While, Sue 196
While, Linda Lou 196, 97
While, Michael J. 196
While, Teresa K. 166
Whiles, Roberl E. 166
Whileley, Cheryl J. 166
Whilley, Tommy A. 166, 102, 104, 212
Whilney, Vicllie J. 196, 97
Wiggins, Roger E. 166
Williinson, Jimmy E. 166, 34
Willars, Diana 196
Williams, Belly K. 196
Williams, Carolyn 196
, Cheryl L 166
, Eddy Lee 196
Williams, James P. 196
Williams, Jimmy C. 196
, June E. 196, 96
, Larry W. 166
, Gayle 166
on, Carol A. 196
Willis, Donna B. 196
Willman, Yolanda 197
Willoughby, Diane 167
Wilson, Gary E. 167
Wilson, Lesley E. 167, 102
Wilson, Johnny L. 197
Wilson, Judy G. 197, 66
Wilson, Randy C. 197, 104
Wilson, Slanley D. 167, 240, 102
Winningham, Janice 167, 102, 87
Wise, Avis Lynne 197, 86
Wise, Linda 197
Womaclxs, David R. 167
Wood, Billy D. 197, 63
Wood, Joyce R. 197
Wood, Palriclc Allen 197
Woodall, Carolyn A. 167, 87, 66
Woodall, Joe 197
Woods, Milne L. 167, 55
Woolsey, Johnny C. 167
Woolen, Vicki Kay 197
Worley, Norma J. 197, 100, 71
Worlow, Paul A. 197
Charles A. 197
Coleen G. 197
Wrighl, Dorolhy L 197
M arion L. 167
Wrighl, Pam Jean 167
Wylie, Michael J. 167
Yanez, Sherri L. 197, 19
Yales, Billy P. 197
Ybarra, Solomon H. 197
Young, Edward Ray 197, 35, 37
Young, Milton L 16, 167, 26, 34
Zacliery, Norma K. 167
Zamora, Juanila 167, 99
Zamora, Raymond 197
Zarale, Gloria 167, 97, 98
Zarale, Michael 197
Zavala, Rudy 167, 84
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