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

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It oftewcalms a troubled sea, Sheds light on danger's path. It's often found when sorely needed, And subdues a raging wrath. Atop a hill, the lighthouse stands, Its golden hand stretched forth. Its crystal beam spreads 'cross the sea, From east to west, from south to north. As doves do glide upon the breeze In perfect and gentle array, E So, then, does this lighthouse stand supreme Beside its sea-shelled bay. Education, like a lighthouse beam, Brightens our future 's trail. It guides us to untold success When our ship of life sets sail. It is the hope on which we lean When a stormy crisis is nigh, And what worthier place to secure this gift-- Than at Trimble Technical High! --David Lang - , - - Pair. 1.-if sfgifgag ' - Eff- A I I is 2 fs: , xy. ,. i 'Hg Wx. , , -'Z 'YY V- 'K 'lf , ' . I .I 'V' -Kirk . , V. X -U 1 ' . "V- ' ' 'Y ' V ,.. " ' ' u ' ' , V f7,14,,. 1 wg -A V: 1 . rf 1-- " - "W -- x f ' ... -.. u " ' ' X - ,' sa , 4 .A , A gf ff .T '. " '."r'- - ' H . 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W. ?EATUl?g S ax, Qs 4 K ugiijdfkhh P' : fy 4"0w,w9X-Q 1 "WELL, SHUT MY mouth if I clon't sell more newspapers than the rest of you," says Meshelle Hill to Paul Rodriguez, Mrs. Miller, Pam Sisco, and Kenneth Silmon. Smiling Faces prevail During Homecoming Festivities Sw -Q ' ' I . 4 ALL SMILES AFTER helping to decorate the building are "IS THAT STRAIGHT?" asks Carolyn Thompson of Juanita Gentry, Mr. Russell, Laura Ruiz, Ruth Castillo, Ivy Paula Rodriguez. Johnson, Maria Quinonez, and Doris Thompson. Homecoming! Thousands of ex's and their children invade the halls reminiscing with teachers about their school days. Senior students arrived at 4:00 A.M. to decorate the halls with green and white crepe paper. As the day began, almost every girl could be seen wearing a large mum. After the pep rally and an ex- citing game, a dance was held at the National Guard Armory. ADMIRING THE HOMECOMING bulletin are Mrs. Beeman and Joyce Pfannsteil Stewart. 1 annul-. COACH ROSS SHOWS off his smile to Mrs. Middleton, Mrs. Stilson, and Mrs. Lynch. "THIS TIME I'M not kidding. I really have to gof' says a little friend to Vicki Dewvall. AS JEWEL DIXON says, K'Tl1ree smiles are better than one "AND NOW FOR your fingerprints," says a registrar to Tech Ex David Brimer as he registers. I5 's 5?v'5f?iili'lf..M A W 2-H5112 ,pimms ima M A lj .f41",Q,sv wg, ' -f w J! . 1 I I f' Q if Og if V, kj' . S 's y A W 1 TM-37,1 , I 51 L: Q 'xi 4 Ax' . J N 2215, 'Q .K I f , I ' 1 'tj If , I If 1 'X-gn - A Q A Li "FIRST ONE THERE, Guys, gets the most," says Tyrone Ferguson. Q IMA JENE MILLER is Coming Home Princess. I I PRESIDENT OF EX'S, David Brimer, speaks at the pep rally. I DAVID ROBINSON SAYS to Coach Naylor, "She's not an Ex. That is Mrs, Cooley, the cheerleader sponsorf' Ex-Students Visit Tech Cn Qctober 22 Q E, fy :Q I ffifgiiz -:T , 1 ff ,-. ' , 5 1. f fred 'li l I glial we W I C H A R L E N E EX-STUDENTS SAY, "HOWDY!" ANOTHER EX, JOHN Rogers, MCADOO SAYS, "It's greets the audience. good to be back." l rf N A, N Y . ,QL 5 inn! Wm lw "I LEARNED TO walk like this at John Powers Modeling School," says Mrs- Cooley- "COME ON, BULLDOGS! Let's win." exclaims an Ex. Brenda Miller, Pat Couch Selected Princesses ik Was.. PRINCESS BRENDA MILLER is escorted by Norman Ha.II. "FOR ME? ASKS David Porter. Actually the mum is for Princess Pat Couch. COMING HOME QUEEN Lupe Martinez, escorted by Val Terrazas, is presented a bouquet of roses by David Brimer. Lupe Martinez Named Coming I-lome Queen OMECOMING COURT OF "71: Luis Valle..Princess Diana Madewell, Alex Escamilla, Princess Pat Couch, Arthur Gonzales, Queen Cecilia Sanchez oming Home Queen Lupe Martinez, Val Terrazas, Princess Brenda Miller, Norman Hall, and Princess Ima Jene Miller. Queen Cecilia Sanchez Ancl Court Qeign Un Homecoming Day l HOMECOMING QUEEN FOR 1971-72 is Cecilia Sanchez. I9 'W4 ,ig-5 19195 W' DAVE FELDER OF KKDA MC's the Harvest Dance. SWEET AND INNOCENT Mrs. Byrne says, "How about a drink?" Harvest Dance Held Cn November IQ MR. PARKER SHOWS that he can do it, too. COACH GALES ENJOYS himself at the dance. ull"" DOING THE LATEST dance steps are Lorraine Russell Qrightj and friends. Tony Willis, Sheila Gentry Crowned King And Queen At l-larvest Dance 9 V - fb i Ellen Peck, Mephibosheth, Mark Twain Visit Tech Ellen Peck, teenage i"i 5 f,i gi f , advice columnist made i in 1 g her appearance at two 1 , Tech assemblies. She Q spoke on a variety of L subjects, from abor- f f fi ,Q tions to voting. , f f 'A , , A gospel rock group 1 3 called Mephibosheth Q, entertained Techites f , ELLEN PECK REALLY captivated Techites with her opinions on con- troversial issues. 5712? LFE? 'VS' CHUCK DENNIE SMILES for the camera before the Me- phibosheth concert begins. 22 PRESTON DUNLAP WARMS up on his guitar before the group performs. stroying shame," and the musical group be- lieves that if they bring jesus into young peoples' lives, it will destroy their shame. On December 8, Mr. james Richard Olney presented his inter- pretation of Mark Twain and gave stu- dents an opportunity to visualize and under- stand the writer. 4 'WS if gi on Nov. 17. "Mephi- . Aaf, 5 boshethu means "de- ' ' w, IMP ERSONATING MARK TWAIN, Jim Olney captured the spirit of the famous writer. JIM AND CAROLYN Forrest discuss plans with rc porter Kenny Silmon before the show. MRS. LAND ASKS, "Does anybody have an extra pair of hose?" "GO, KOCH, GO!" exclaim her teammates MMmghwUhM5MPTAEWMyRM5 1 C Q Hwy. .r 1 .V Q. .y " 1. E . .sr V ,- l lvl "WHO SAID WE couIdn't Can-Can?" NOT AS young as we thought we were," say teachers Daniels, Baldock, Jackson, Koch, and Cochran. -'fa , 35 igdrflf f M y C sfeafmse Aff" f 'P' A N . .,, - , i xr -' .sJi'.i' X i. ,,.- f , H J! "HEY, MAN! DIG this crazy wooden Indian," exclaims A'Cathy" Campbell. Ch1efPowel1just keeps smiling. Is Tech having a beauty contest? Ten irresistible femalesK?j appeared during halftime at the Stu- dents vs. Faculty volleyball game sponsored by FTA. They are really male faculty members trying to impersonate girl cheerleaders. In this fantastic lineup were "Betty" Bottlinger, "Cathy" Cam- pbell, "Edna" Edmondson, "Bunny" Bigler, "Rosie" Russell, "Melody" Mason, "Winnie" Woods, "Barbara" Brown and "Valerie" Valle. The faculty won the game. Students Challenge Teachers To Game OF Basketball THE STARS OF the faculty and student basketball game catch their breath while getting their pictures made. COACH DOOLEY TRIES to outstretch the other players. COACH ROSS TRIES to intercept the ball that is being passed by Andrew Jackson to Anthony White. 24 SHOWING HOW WELL they can cheer are Miss Powell, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Middleton, and Mrs. Beeman. TIP-TOEING TO THE ball net is Coach Gales. I-119 INTRODUCING THE PLAYERS is Mr. O'Connor while Kerry and others look on. Wall l l l The Moods OF Christmas -- Peace, Love, And Memories fdbzffr'-f'Pv-L ' " -Rpm. KP ?v,,5.-w:,,.-f ..g,, z WJ A , Q ef' , ff' f'.53a?5W.mf . 1 qllh " 'W 545, . 1 IQ "ig f- -R R " Al "WHERE DID ALL the food go?" asks James Jones as Roy Ince, Ronny Land, and Magdalena Montalvo look on. Christmas is A Time For Gifts And Laughter A BUNDLE OF surprises can be found at every party. W .m cf RS'-'M' "SOMETHING'S IN THIS punch!" comments Evangelina Rios. Veror ca Bill and Martha Rangel seem amused by the whole idea. WWE? - :az ' ALTINQS ' ,, "PASS THE COOKIES and let's get on with the party." eff Z E . Q, iii?" 3 X 5 "CARE T0 JOIN our party?" ask Mrs. Ellis and her students. s"'uo- is 1 .. L 4 fires? "THAT PACKAGE IS not set to be opened for another 3 minutes and 2 seconds," thinks Mike Marsh. A 4 Q. r , . -I ' '+L C L, 1- " ,gf ij Q! 1 f ffl? E C 3 .1 ,tr ., r 4? "IT'S YOUR TURN to be Santa Claus," Mrs. Beeman tries to convince Mrs. Drake. "JUST WHAT I needed! A small mug for my breakfast drink," says Mrs. Dean. "FINGER LICKING GOOD!" think Mrs. Jenkins and Linda Woods. M! Q 0 KENNETH SILMON AND Paula Rodriquez enjoy refresh' ments at the OEA Christmas party. 5 MRS. WALDREP IS engaged in a ping-pong tour- nament while Doug Westendorf, Pam Sisco, and Cindy Arnold look on. "YES, I USE Nairf, says Miss Smith r f SINGING AROUND THE Christmas tree are Mrs. Waldrep and her students. Christmas Spirit is Shared Through Parties F i I 'i I r . I E MRS. KOCH AND Mrs. Waldrep hide in :H kitchen to enjoy their gossip session. ' i i i iii., rg, .iz 'L ' A., - W," - MFI.. l SET THOSE ICE-COLD fingers off of me," exclaims rs. Murphy to Meshelle Hill. Mrs. Turner and Mr. Daven- vrt don't seem to mind the cold. ' l N JST iSar LIKE A scene from Love Story HUBERT MILLER SEEMS to he ICC ah Mena shows who IS boss skating wlthout any blades P Ice I-lits Town In January scam' "NOW WAIT A minute ladies!' their snowballs. .W . .W J' ' begs Mr. Cooper as Mrs.Mi11er and Mrs. Beeman aim 01 ri fo ide 0 Q :l"':4-our ""' sa X-.Q-""'w n,,,awrv v,.o+o+v s 0 .'H"Y., BRRR! THAT'S COLD," shouts Mr. Parker as Susan Haney, Frances Chaves, and Alice Barron give him the snow treatment. ICE CAPADES RE-IECTS shiver in the cold. '?41:55ff1f? x J X Q 2 lg ' Liz? .g,- V, ' - .-,X LL , 'V I :Fin 92:-5: df: Q. fwfemfwffw-imc I N '2VZ'1i1Q, Q 1 L tg Sffzw-fi: . 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A new experimental program in the Fort Worth schools, Peer Advisors, is showing con- siderable success at Tech. The advisors are in- SIX HEADS CAN solve a problem better than just one. PEER ADVISORS HAVE their lighter moments, too. Val Terrazas and Bobby Sherrod discover something amusing. terested in the students and eager to "rap" with them about school or family problems. Room 224 is used for consultation purposes. SIDNEY STREETY AND janet Vargas are two of the reasons that make this program a success. I W DAVID HARTMAN OF "Bold Ones" fame meets Dale 1 Zelazny, Tech's Bold One. REPORTERS PAM SISCO and Dale Zelazny interview TV's David Hartman at Coming And Going: TV's David Hartman And Coach Naylor COACH NAYLOR RECEIVES a present from Mr. O'Connor. TV's David Hartman, star of "The Bold Ones," spolee at Green Oaks Inn for the fund- raising drive leicle-off of the American Cancer Society. journalism students from this area were allowed to interview him. After serving Tech admirably as head foot- ball coach, john Naylor accepted an offer to work in the Castleberry School District. Nay- loris contributions to Tech were numerous, and his personality injquenced the lives of many Techites. A WINNING COACH is given a trophy for a winning V season. DAVID ROBINSON PRESENTS Coach Naylor with another gift. X X, Tech I-losts V.I.C.A. District Meet Cn March IO The VfI.C.A. District Meet was held at Tech on March 10. Students entered projects, notebooks, and speed-skill contests. A dance was pro- vided for the V.I.C.A. mem- bers on Friday night and an awards assembly on Saturday. Several V.I.C.A. members placed first, making tlzem eligible to compete at the State meet. W1 . v Y 1 x X t ' if fi .i -twig N44 "Ulm, 0 '15 ASQ ,M ixiiiiiwiit Q Quality OF Exhibits Makes Competition High For I-ionors 3 '-Mi? 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Susan Haney, Irene Dominguez Belinda Cano, Sarah Mena, and Joy Ince seem to be having difficulties. S . S,. Mill' LUN' Q, I has -1 ns "' Avi 'a,w.1fa.fQ Ml' ,Q ENJOYING A SALES pitch in a tuxedo shop are Louis Shannon, Meshelle Hill, and Robert Cortez. ' x .fm ffm ' 1 I 1 X ' 1' A 2-N. , A X wk -X - Ax -A ' KQ R 1-,kfkx s "F fd. . A,VW W .. r SL' Krzxx W.- Dm.. ' sig 1? 'N' h' ' at -Q, ffm'- j f FTM' X- PP P , ..,. 9-Q1 -uf "' ,ffnf .,,. .m1T.., ,,V, 5, ii., X..,, ,,,,,,,,,.,. ,,,. ..,..v,., ,, -A , fn- 4 I, , an dbfkx-... 'J 1 .At:ew"-91... '+V ' V K ' " ' 'N' W... m if-ff' M' ' 1 .1.--6Qf,f,,. L Q .4537 A ffl ' 7T'b'iZ0',.- VL, . , file, v - l W -d,.,,Q b ' Q .. 'V 7 y " ,' In . V-V ' . X f ' ' Y 9 Z ff' J -...4:7Qlf71wfQ2,,-,f'f':'q,a.n,, X' f 0 f ' f,ff,.,.',,,c.1gg2iIf'52E"-.:.- ," ,-' 1 f q Q , .QQS-'U' , 'g' Z4 4 gf", S fy' D V Lf 1' - 917'-ix, L ' g . - .If?,1., A f 5 JJ- f- " ""',. --,v N CT' bm, ' , L Ama, f ' H ' mixw- I ft'sy qA ,"-A, f N ff 4,7F3,,..-img. 7' I 2 4 . . 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Q ii Bulldogs Enjoy Best Season Since '66 1971 VARSITY PLAYERS: Qrow lj Coach Naylor, Henry Owens, Willard Martin, Tony Willis, Fred Cornelius, Alex Wallace, Ronnie Thompson, Davic Porter, Miguel Quintanar, Daniel Alcala, Vincent Jones, Curtis Wadeg Qrow Zj Hubert Miller, Jesse Zamarripa, Charles McAdoo, Edward Cooper, Rickef Jones, Walter Potter, Victory Hambrick, Robert Cortez, Robert Thompson, Lawrence Wheaton, Adolph Hawkinsg Qrow 31 Coach Ross, Lavonda Dunn David Robinson, Cedric Thompson, Leroy Wilson, Raymond Clayborn, Ronnie Jackson, Lee Rhodes, Lehman Jones, David Briseno, Jerry McKnight, Coach Stacy. 1 40 Dirty Dozen And I-leadhunters Set pace For Victorious '7l Season Hit" 1 1, " THE DIRTY DOZEN: Qfront row, left to rightj Alex Wallace, David Briseno, Robert Cortez, David Robinson, Willard Martin, Jerry McKnight, and Ronnie Jacksong fback rowj Raymond Clayborn, Hubert Miller, Coach John Naylor, Lawrence Wheaton, and Robert Thompson. fNot pictured are Starting R. Guard Daniel Alcala and L. Tackle Lee Rhodes., THE HEADHUNTERS: Qfront rowj David Porter, Charley McAdoo, Vincent Jones, David Briseno, Cedric Thompson, Walter Potterg fback rowj Coach Ross, Fred Cornelius, Alex Wallace, David Robinson, Raymond Clayborn, Leroy Wilson, Tony Willis, Robert Thompson, and Coach Stacy. Tech 2I - Stephenville 2 Tech I5 - Western Hills Q Tech 2O - North Sicle 7 Tech 2O - Carter I3 Tech 2I - l-laltom 7 Tech IQ - O. D. Wyatt I3 poly 6 - Tech 3 Terrell 30 - Tech 6 Tech 33 - l-Eastern Hills ILL Dunbar QQ - Tech IQ J, W HUBERT MILLER WATCHES as Victor Hambrick catches football for another victory against Haltom. BULLDOGS' DAVID BRISENO gets tackled by North Side Steers. 44 Wlwds Got The Action? BULLDOGS MEET WILDCATS in fierce competition. BULLDOGS GET READY for action in a play against I. M. Terrell. llwe Bulldogs! A .. Miller. BULLDOGS ALEX WALLACE and Fred Comelius stop a Dunbar Wildcat. ...L Y A as al 1 RAYMOND CLAYBORN AWAITS a pass from quarterback Hubert TECH HEADHUNTERS PUT up vicious fight against I. M. Terrell. DAVID PORTER STOPS I. M Terrell player. 45 ootbal Season In IQGVISW ll i A A 3 The 1971 Tech football team had the best winning record in Tech's history. Tech finished 7-3, but two of the team 's losses could have been wins which would have resulted in a district champion- ship. Although the Bulldogs failed to win the championship, they showed they had what many people speculated as the best team in the city. They jqrst beat 4A-10 champion North Side by a 20-7 score, and then went on to defeat 4A-9 champ Eastern Hills by a re- sounding 33-14 score. Of course these victories were only two of the seven spectacular wins posted by the Headhunters, and Dirty Dozen, which was what the de- fensive and offensive units were called, respectively. The Bulldogs were confdent from the start of the season, not only because of the number of multi-talented players, but be- cause of their maturity. Over half ofthe squad was made up of sen- iors. Most had been playing to- gether since they were sopho- mores and were ready to make this the Bulldogs year. Although the Bulldogs will lose many quality players through gradua- tion, such as Hubert Miller, Tony Willis, Fred Cornelius, David Briseno, David Robinson, Cedric Thompson, Daniel Alcala, David Porter, and Alex Wallace, next year's team will still have very fine players led by Raymond Clay- born, Leroy Wilson, and Charlie McAdoo. We here at Tech know they will continue the success which was established during the '71-'72 season. TRYING TO CATCH their breath are Charlie McAdoo, Vincent Jones, Tony Willis, Fred Cornelius, Lehman Jones, and Cedric Thompson. 5 23.811 ' , .,u..-1,' . , .N-f 2 'fl L .pg i 'N' "0 T lk? MO... .. ,, .ts , i ,ww l,,, ,. his ,- Q , ' A ' , .. 5' --ii 7 A LoT'r1E CUMBY ,,g, ,Q ,, " fm A f J A if Football Sweetheart -A A filiift pt . is r .Fifi - -A , .,,, 1-1 '-it B ' '1 jfbne, 46 CHEERLEADERS COAX TEAM on to victory against Western Hills. Showing Promise For Next Year ls "B" Team 'H TEAM PLAYERS are: lrow 11 John Winters, Johnny Overton, Kenneth Walker, Michael Smith, Ruben Mendoza, Randolf Ferguson, jimmy Glenn, ston Patton, Orise Perry, David Tovar, Howard Hill, james Hall, lrow 21 Sammy Flores, Tommy Brooks, Maurice Herra, David Carrazato, Louis driquez, Edward Hickman, Leon Wallace, Luther Alexander, Gerald Powell, Robert Rivera, Brad Willis, Elmo Guyden, Eddie jones, Charles Haswell, Chard Stevens, Qrow 31 Coach Clark, Floyd Robinson, Sherman jackson, Kenneth Holland, Andre jenkins, Jerry Lockett, Lucious Zavala, David ckson, Kenneth Price, Dan West, Charles Johnson, Michael Bausley, Scott Kirtley, Michael Chase, Kenneth Higdom, Coach Dooley. 1 Freshman Team Displays Skill And Go-Power LESHMAN TEAM MEMBERS are: Qrow 11 David Studer, Harold Biglow, Henry jackson, Keith McKinney, Alex Garcia, Joel Sneed, Sammie Willis, .in Love, Kenneth Relkford, Anothy Benson, frow 21 Edward Amie, David Shelby, Melvis McGrogrey, James Mendez, Billy Chelf, Jodie Williams, :lson Irvin, James Johnson, Cameron Brown, Terry Kirby, Alfred Rogers, Larry Rolandg frow 31 Coach Levels, David'Hare, Samuel Richardson, Miles eveland, jerry Williams, Larry Copeland, Raymond Mays, Glenwood Peterson, Bobby Parker, Christopher Selby, Lupe Rangel, Coach Thomas. 47 VARSITY BASKETBALL PLAYERS: Qfrontj Manager Steve Webb, Rodney Roland, Alphonso Stunstile, Frank Murray, Norman Hall, Don Moor Larry Donnell, Managers Billy Washington and Kenneth Weaverg lbackj Coach Gales, Alvin Hanson, Johnny Johnson, Calvin Brown, Louis Shanr Lyle Medlock, Anthony White, David Harrison, Billy Watson, Andrew Jackson. QNot pictured Raul Herreraj '72 Proves To Be Vintage Year Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech 48 For Varsity Basketball Team SCORES 84 Haltom 40 Castleberry 48 Southwest 62 Trinity Valley 49 Bell 61 Castleberry 43 Bell 55 Carter 64 Temple 65 Temple j, V. 63 Harlandale 64 Haltom 73 North Side 95 Brewer 68 Western Hills 65 Lamar 63 Diamond Hill 34 Carter 70 Terrell 63 Dunhar 72 Wyatt 60 Poly 52 Eastern Hills 65 Terrel 57 Dunbar 73 Wyatt 55 Poly 65 Eastern Hills 14 Wins 14 Losses 'E rv . ar- ! ,qfgigz . ans? Qt, Q 11.4 4. 1- e, x'9'9'f0I S S 6 7 3, my C"'35'i? ' J ' ' QT? :g ig 1 1 I Effie .La-f ' ' 5' r2!ff1f::Q:j.z X. Q' ' is YI. ,- Cv Q , at if S 215 I " l X - Q i N 7 5 15 TS' '53 I ' h Q .3 ,-..-,-. 4" ' I ' 2 . 53? , , gk "BU TEAM MEMBERS are frow lj Orise Perry, Eddie Jones, Floyd Robinson, Isreal Juarez, james Hall, Elmer Guyden, Gerald Powellg Qrow 21 James Kenneth, Christopher Shelby, Michael Bausley, Dave jones, Ronnie Jackson, Barry Goss, Wendle Watlcin, and Coach Levels. "B" Team And Freshman Team Display Skills That Forecast Good Future For Varsity Year RESHMAN TEAM MEMBERS are Qrow lj David Shelby, Andy Sanson, Harold Biglow, Keith McKinney, Alfred Rogers, David Studer, James ashington, Joel Sneed, Sam Willis, Larry Roland, Edward Amieq Qrow 21 Samuel Richardson, Jodie Williams, Lupe Rangel, Booker Thompson, Kenneth hnson, Glenwood Peterson, Raymond Mays, Terry Kirby, Eugene Murphy, and Coach Thomas. 1 49 37+ ALVIN HANSON ATTEMPTS a jump against Dunbar. BULLDOGGER FRANK MURRAY takes over re- bound from Poly. EDWARD TAYLOR GUARDS the ball from Poly. f . :L ,Y f ig if F175 Q fd. 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'Q " fig - viii,-, ' , an . ,-wr-w .. . ,wh '- -f -- ffl.Z"'.' V ,arf 1... . , ' ,1 an ,I A' ' " ,l ' ' " I , 1" , m - 1,..nff'Af'4 1 A, 1 5 . ,' , A . -,,.A ' D , .,4.. A 4 ,. ,age-9h '-.,- W 5.1 ' .fs-, .. -.,,,:..f,J:i , , .V--,1 f ' gms, Q", .r V ,..'f ' . .'f' ' 9 .1 SANDRA BERMEJO Basketball Sweetheart 1972 1 grit' nf? 49 , nn.--' , . he . 1 an , , , .yi Q uf . J W K vs' 1 f I I vc L ' l l X A , -.gn vo vw- ffl- , T.. ', . :-,- 4 3-, . -,,. N . ,. lr . is ,,.., .,.,, ' ' .. , zz K, , . L5 . ly . A 15555 " w V. if 4111 warg, A Q A if W A N P 'ff 1 ' 4 15 . , Q 7 A, 'Q Q1 .gy-A my . -, ---"- . g -. f 'A ' i f wh, .. --:,.5.,z:'e4-size: --1 ff "imp, , Af' I ' 'ix .Wi H gif, .-1 .iii ' ' I sz JESSE ZAMARRIPA BRAD WILLIS VICTOR HAMBRICK Pitcher Outfield Outfield PAUL VASQUEZ Pitcher , . ,, , A Mmm? , K ,, - ' .-.- . -H-2'-'Q ., '- A"' -.y+f f'.g:, in W-If jqsfifl fl, , , Y 1 -L Vi ' 4 . A , V gs, . . 2's'r1:3"" ' . , f' Lrf '1 A- . .- .QM .mzgfwa ,,,.. . 1 f: 'ff' f 4 ' ' fp :P , ,, , 1 ,, ,.., , , A ' 1 ,. P. AW,, ., A ig l A 515949 v, -:- - h K' S, - , 2 'cw W 'K . . i! 334 'flxqfxr Wit? ,QP5i?5S Tir A 4' gg ri wr Q V nw. F '?:7"M'5' xv we ,.,, ,X .N , N, , 'J JE' ' f-Q - if , f Hfpzwp. ,,:."-Lfvfg-,f-,nga K., wi- ' wg. S A 1 ,X A, M L? A ,A ' is 35' - ' 'V i ' A V WJ-Pa, " Q? 1. s A if. in ku f STEVE VALLE First Base Wiki!! .H we-'1 'L M., 1 iii 1 Wi 1 551,-f www:-fi , ,NVQ ZF! YL , , , N BILLY PE REZ ARMANDO CORTEZ Catcher Shortstop I .. MANUAL VALLE ROBERT VELA Second Base Pitcher Qutstancling Pitching Proves Successful For Bulldogs i . f r-lwioimro-5-v'5 , wzggziif' 'mn 7 w ai, Y W 'W' f i F ,c ,:1" G "b f 'faq , Q ' fvggrggz' 1:1 3 J r V Y f ten 1. . .mf .... NI ., ' my Ell rfrz i. Sf? anim All K ill I ql LM? l U li! ' ' Qin fyegill ill? W- "c-Q We :pf A V Q. 5 sig , 4, , Sl ff 5-'NWfW" ' . ' . W ,Jr , , in Sv' ,-. . ,,, ,, ...K . X" TEAM BASEBALL members are: lrow 11 Victor Hambrick, Brad Willis, johnny Alvarez, Paul Vasquez, Manuel Valle, Armando Cortezg row 2 eve Valle, Henry Cortez, Larry Olague, Billy Perez, Richard Torres, Jesse Zamarripa, Robert Vela, Coach Ross. V sali gf aau, FBSTJSJ ' 'ef Elm! -.......X-- r HENRY CORTEZ LARRY OLAGUE RICHARD TORRES Pitcher Catcher Pitcher as :fs :v af-...K ,. - W- " A ' . ,. " A ' 'B" TEAM BASEBALL members consist of Qrow ll Carlos Moreno, Eddie Quinonez, Rafael Surita, Santos Carrera, Bobby Martinez, Danny Sideq David Tovarg Qrow 21 jesse Ortega, Raymond Cabello, Juan Moreno, Rito Villareal, Conrad Herrera, James Stewart. , The Bulldog UA" Baseball Team members are on the prowl demonstrating their winning spirit as their current district record reads 2-1. Although Tech did not win the '72 Cowtowrz Tournament, the players proved to be winners because of their excelleutpitching, batting, and sportsmanship. District Carnes Schedule March 21 Tech O. D, Wyatt March 23 Tech Eastern Hills April 3 Tech I. M. Terrell April 5 Tech Dunbar April 7 Tech Poly April 11 Tech O. D. Wyatt April 13 Tech Eastern Hills April 18 Tech I. M. Terrell April 21 Tech Dunbar April 25 Tech Poly April 28 Tech O. D. Wyatt May 2 Tech Eastern Hills May 5 Tech 1. M. Terrell May 9 Tech Dunbar May 11 Tech Poly 54 BARBARA HERRERA Baseball Sweetheart IQ72 Track Team Aims For Higher Goals ,,,....- we 1 R ' i W W K A b 4' i 955 4 if f A Y ,.. 4 .- Sr Q' 4 aa a S7-Q1 rf: i 'i iiicf' ,A K "' X, ' T 'iw2b'W ,. 2 f 1 Q? R xt, , , T 4- Y ' Y 4 , y aaa ,rwlj r A 'X ' ,.:'t: 4 2 15, 5 . it L 2 4 3, A 'W, Li ' I " 7,1 K in gr in W -'. 1v:': 3 - . 7,5i .,,, R' , ',1, f f ' 4' - v . - -,,,,i, .af 4 fue-M , 1 'Ly' ' LD EVENT PARTICIPANTS are Qrow ll Ricky Jones, ,on Wallaceg Qrow Zj Elliott Montgomery, Luther Alexariderg Jw 31 Donald Griffin, Charles Jacksong Qrow 42 Aubry oore, Floyd Robinsong Qrow 51 Walter Potter. E 5 R ig? 4 Gm , ZR 1 i ,FW ONE-MILE-RELAY participants are Ronnie jackson, Raymond Clayborn Cyrano Revada, Ricky jones. 440 YD. RELAY participants are Walter Potter, Ricky Jones, Fredrick Cor nelius, Charles jackson. 55 Aw. . , fs, 1.5 E.. ' xxr 9'5" LV a.. , , a :SCN Jidiiwyit-1 ag A 1 fuk. ','f'Xf3iv"ll1A- 4.1 idea-1l??3.y343,, Q 5 1 f.,,,4..,a , .ff wax: fl. OTHER TRACK PARTICIPANTS are: Qrow lj Elmer Guyden, David Vasquez, Robert Rivera, Deryl Jonesg Qrow ZQ Coach Clark, Eddie Jones, Preston Payton, Jerry Lockett, Johnny Autry. l 9 . -Q... .ki , . M I I Running to and fro everyday until dusk has really ,S .A 21. A ,lb paid offfor the track team. Tech has one of the best ' ,jp - A- track teams in the state with a sixth-ranked 440 yd. ' P A S T "" :Miz dash and a fourth-ranked mile relay team. The team Xgy i y g 4 , competes in 16 events--from high hurdles to two Q ft,l fy. V' ,Q Azylyyly miles runs to pole vaulting. The back-up crew--the Y ninth graders--have been pretty hot themselves. An 15 , f 3 V,,b 1 E average practice will consist of ZZ hours of solid run- l.' E M -in ning and exercise. The medicine has worked, how- 'iisl 1 ever, and Tech's Olympians are stretching their legs to reach state competition. V. yzj g f A J 7aM.Fm,.,t.. . .,.. ,. , 3 A , .V V . ,,L,, V., . , -1-R' S ' - 1,41 f -ffif -' ff?-4-f " . .-1' 'H' 'fffa .. . - - - Q, , M g 'K .3 ,fj- ,A .1 W M., , T 'WQWT l R :N , ' ' -f2'f",i 'im 4 535' "' 'lf ' , . .4 Vids fa A Q 5+ W, ' g j , -V s j ,. X ss, ' . 4. -- ' Jeff . M 4, . . ELLA JACKSON Track Sweetheart ,LU MM., VY' 1 ,. jg-W , z . , kills, b, ARSITY TRACK TEAM consists of Qrow ll Edward Amie, Mgr., Dan West, Alphonso Stunstle, Walter Potter, Fredrick Cornelius, Charles Jackson, ubry Moore, Lawrence Neal, Robert Thompson, Leon Wallace, David Potter, Mgr., Qrow 21 Coach Clark, Allen Powell, Arthur Brooks, Floyd ohinson, Ronnie Jackson, Raymond Clayborn, Cyrano Revada, Ricky jones, Luther Alexander, Elliott Montgomery, Dick Stebbins, Alex Wallace, gr. :fa ,ffiifbiilfifwif if T27 L "'Ffe ' ig T A fi " 3' 5 W, " 4' -- ,.:'i.': 'T-"NAM " ' -1 f rr 2153 ' -?gf1?T-Elem--3 Y .er :asf -'nxt rig:-.. 'F , 3-7 Y--,Q '."", ', G , 555559-5"5 k W , U, , 1, ..,, I ,l .,. . J v' .iv .1Q'.3rL.'Hal and M W M232 .5725 Q91 ' - 1--'Lf fir' 'SX '-:, an-.."x -5' sl T an -' Fl , ru' 'tg " 4' - 4-- ' Q """'- ' . , V ,. rj . X- N. xl X r - il, X, ,x -fm 4 x 3 P, - 5 ' . XXX 'jj , 1 r , ' ' f 4, , A ' lk. 1 , , 'ggi E, N- is T fm r ' 21- W - ...rr , .. X .. ,,,. A .., L ' Y , - 71. 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TRACK TEAM consists of Qrow ll James Washington, Billy Booker, Andrew Gage, Mgr.g Christopher Wesley, Larry Audry, Nick Castillo, Garcia, David Singerg Qrow Zj Raymond Mays, Homer johnson, Alvin Love, Robert Longoria, Harold Bigelow, Samuel Richardson, Gary Watters, 3 57 42 'E I uf BOYS' TENNIS TEAM consists of Qfirst rowj Dennis McFarlin, David Taylor, Thomas Sanchez Jr., James Bennett, Studerg Qsecond rowj David Scriven, Frank Bernat, Luis Herrera, David Jackson, and Mr. Campbell. GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM members are Rhonda Greer, Juanita Gentry, jo Anne Marchioni, and Mrs. Carmen Poe. David --L -.J BADMINTON TEAM MEMBERS are lRow lj Bridget Sawyer, Wanda Kilgore, Lupe Quintanar, Leatha Pardueq lRow 21 Miss Powell, Deborah Hamilton, Rachel Herrera, Jody Porter, and jackie Warren. x A , Tech l-lonorably Represented By Tennis And Badminton Teams This is the hrst year the boys' tennis team has been on an out-oftown trip. The team participated in the Robert E. Lee Tennis Tournament in Tyler, Texas and also played at Cleburne, Texas. Most of the players are freshmen and sophomores. Interest, desire, and potential ability have really inspired the team this year. In the 4A9 District practice round, the girls' doubles team defeated Poly, Diamond Hill, and Dunbar. The doubles and singles teams received letters for participation in their matches and participated in the 4A9 District Tournament at McLeland Tennis Center on April 10. These girls have ex- hibited good sportsmanship and spent many hours repre- senting our school in tennis. The girls, badminton team was invited to the Second An- nual High School Tournament held March 3-4 at T.C.j.C. Rachel Herrera won jqrst place in singles, as she did last year. Lupe Quintanar won second place in singles, as last year. Rachel and Lupe won jqrst place in doubles for the sec- ond year in a row. Bridget Sawyer won consolation. 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Q ,.. :I H M ,,, A Q ,A , ,v --.mu -nl., , , - 1 . A V , QV, ' ' '- Y 1 -- --3161" " ' Q A A"'- r ' H -' -,, f-,.,,,g" ' ., fvrwf. '-if-f' f f: , ,,', " - i -'1f9if?affr,. . uf - 31 7 --QL " 6511.52-gb. Q?-H V..- gaff 4f"'Hi':x :..,.:-N X -1 - " ff mu. ir f wp , .S . X kYXg:,"+1't1 N, lf-' Fort Worth I-las Active Administrators -f 'Q , I E... 2' f I K A, Q V 12 Ji' I 1 rr .. NJ , :'42::rm -'lf' MR. JULIUS TRUELSON MR. GERALD WARD MR. FRANK KUDLATY Superintendent Deputy Superintendent ASSiSf3l'lf Sl1pCriIltCndC11t for Instruction .,......p- MR. JAMES BAILEY Assistant Superintendent for Special Services ing ' M Q, SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS are Mr. Stan I-Iarrellg Mrs. jack O. Shannon, jr.g Mr. Bill J. Elliott, vice-presidentg the Reverend John R. Leatherbui presidentg Mr. Green B. Trimble, secretaryg Mr. Jim I-Iarrisg and Mr. Bobby Bruner. MR. EUGENE I-IIGHTOWER MR. TROY M. SPARKS, JR. MR. ROBERT M. MCABEE Assistant Superintendent Associate Assistant Associate Assistant for Business Superintendent for Superintendent for Intercultural Relations Vocational-Industrial Education 62 MR. TOMMY TAYLOR Director of Secondary Instruction and Administration MR. ALBERT B. O'CONNOR University of Texas Principal 3 f if , . se M sqhgm 've Im Qfemiz- J 5. :,. ' l. O'CONNOR SHOWS Mrs. Miller how he wants a letter anged. Dedication ls Key To Principal C'Connor's Success Into his hands are lives en trusted-- Futures weighed by scales ofjustice, Upon his shoulders, pressures lie-- Problems to solve and loose ends to tie. He does all of this day after day, While very few recornpenses chance his way. Stalwart and strong is his dedication To preserving Trimble Technical's higher education. Ofunyielding purpose is his will to progress. He strives toward this goal daily, as all will attest. He remains ever humble, and to Technical true. So for this, Mr. O', we pay tribute to you. --David Lang A PLEASANT DUTY for Mr. O'Connor is to present a special achievem award to Alicia Coleman. X X ent 63 MR. JOHN D. COOPER Vice Principal North Texas State University MISS LUCY MCROBERTS Vice Principal T.C.U. MR. MARVIN E. PALMER Vice Principal Texas A. 8: I. Vice Principals, Coordinator, And Supervisor Regulate Activities OF Tech Students MR. O'CONNOR CONSULTS Mr. Cooper about a studentis schedule. ,J ul MR. PALMER'S DESK is an example of the volumes of paper work a vice principal encounters in a day. MISS MCROBERTS SEEMS amused at an excuse for absence be- ing given by a student. P"'k "xr MR. WADE HEARN Coordinator of Placement MR. ALFRED RAUSCHUBER Technical 8c Vocational North Texas State University Supervisor North Texas State University MRS. PEGGY MILLER MRS. EVELYN MAIN MRS. ELECTA LOWERY MRS. MARY SHELTON Secretary to Principal Secretary and Bookkeeper Secretary Attendance Clerk I -5 -is E Q- fe- 1-uw. -earn i - vw,-www em .1 yas? in U--I M A ':--" - ii -' wi- .M - . .., -u s ' W e . . ' ,, 'fg gi ,' ., . i' -"'f' -- 'L' .' ,fi A 2" '- . 1:9-1?z6'eS. MRS. MILLER DISPLAYS her artistic Thanksgiving arrangement. "AND MY BAG of money was this big," explains Mrs. Main Seven Efficient Ladies Keep Offices in Top Form .5 ,xij 1, - ,W Wi is f ,fi l MISS WILLIE MAE JENKINS 'V' . Secretary and Registrar fo sit Q , .0 at - QQ-t'5,. -vi V ' "m 6,89-sw. ff. an -1.-fn, -' ai- I .5 L 1 Y 'R f' If. .. ' .435 4- I n -f, gy Q, ' 'llmgt .4 iii? 231+ Sw- wt- a 1 '-.u 5,34 as A lv- i ifiiffiii ' MRS. CLARICE DAVIS Data Processing Clerk "THAT'S RIGHT, COLONEL Sanders, two drum sticks please." MRS. SYDNEY NEWLAND Mrs. Lowery places the order over the phone for Mrs. Shelton. Nurse 65 f 21 5 gg 5, lig NH if flung BELINDA CANO CONSULTS with Mr. McElroy in the counselor's office. Counselors Guide Ancl Motivate Students ln Selecting I i '--427 '? K rs MR. A. L. MCELROY Counselor T.C.U. all if 'lil ll f 'S fi '3 ff' tis... ' 'V' '. Q s wf. If . ii21fi.,?sasf H j . , MR. RICHARD E. LINTON Counselor 66 Ohio State University E MRS. BIRDIE ELDER Counselor T.W.U. MR. WILLIAM MOFFA'I'I' Counselor for the Deaf T.W.C. Suitable Careers One of the major challenges ofany school is providing proper guidance for students in selecting suitable courses to help them in their careers. Tech's counselors stay extremely busy by counseling, making program adjust- ments, up-dating records of students' grades and credits, and administering achievement tests. .f!'J2!.iL 'Wall' 'H- HYES, THAT'S RIGHT, two tickets to the Windmill Dinner Theatre says Mrs. Elder, the Junior Class counselor. ..:vf-, A ln " " , 1 ,P Y 1-Q' 31759 Imiin: 1 MRS. BOBBIE HALEY MRS. NELL STEWART MRS. ALGAREE JACKSON Librarian Llbfafy Clerk University of Texas Teen-Age Library Association N i RUNNING A LIBRARY keeps Mrs. Haley busy with great volumes of paper work. MRS. STEWART DISPLAYS the li- ee? rs fi X MRS. HAZEL SHOEMAKER Study Hall Tarrant County junior College Study Hall Bishop College Library And Study l-lall Provide Environment For Study And Research Tech's library, jqlled with many interesting books, is the leey to knowledge which many stu- dents seek. Whenever a student needs informa- tion, the librarians are always ready to assist them. A study hall is provided for students who need to work on assignments. We have two teachers that offer help and information. MRS. STEWART CHECKS a student's I.D. card before issuing a book. brary's Christmas tree. MANY STUDENTS FIND the copier machine a great time saving device. 67 MRS. ELAINE BEEMAN MRS. HELEN DRAKE English-12 English-12 T.C.U. Howard Payne FTA FTA English Department Begins Team Teaching Term themes, book reports, contracts, and the newly introduced team teaching spot- lighted the English De- partment this year. A film version ofMac- beth was shown to all seniors, and juniors were entertained by jim Olney's imper- sonation of Mark Twain. I' Qi? 5 'ii if R i g. I L, . , ,, .. i f-45 , i M ,i Seiji "Sf?ii i 1 A 1 aawegu' I I -V . . N X gy 4. -1 .- Ne V, 1 1 ,y Z5 i'r , 'leb 1 MRS. PAYE NEWTON English-10 T.W.U. 4'2- E97 1 K Ti-Q69 ""W aagq gist? -seLmQi "5 MRS. DRAKE, DEPARTMENT head, displays class projects. MRS. MAUREEN BALDOCK MRS. JO ANN JENKINS MRS. LEORA B. DEAN English-11 English-11 English-11 mwg, UTA lou. ROTC Freshman Class Sponsor MRS. 1 FAY STILSON English-10 T.C.U. Ti' 5' 4454? y if E 1 L i i . ,... A K ' Q MRS. JEANNE MIDDLETON MRS. BILLIE LYNCH English-10 English Aide-10 T.C.U. University of Texas MRS. KATHRYN O'DELL English-9 T.C.U. LOUIS SHANNON PLAYS the role of a lawyer in the Canterbury' Tales. MRS. EUNA PRATT English-9 81 Reading University of Texas Y.. " wil - xv. i F' is A I, Essiizfalaifl MR. GERALD DAVENPORT English-11 8: Journalism University of Houston Newspaper :Sc Annual MISS VERNELLE CORN English-9 MRS. SENTELIUS SLIDER English-9 Sam Houston State Bishop College USING THE CRAIG Reader are Henry Owens and Lottie Cumby in Mrs. Pratt's class. Journalism, Spanish, And Reading Are Part OF Language Arts Program If. -f. f f' rm .... f ' V s. Q ils' slls 'bw .. gre- . T R V we-N fffi? 55 l'i' iiii - "", ' 'N A S K Q E? iiii A 3 ,-. ij V: in iv? p " r H ,, 4 Egpx W Q .. . Vff H ' i W . Eg g . ., . K5 g X? .tru ,... N I ,. as M , efif' ' MQW- 5 it s. Zig ik 'N-,M EV 9 . ' 1 I Hg? . aj in E SQ? ' ".,, nf' V. r 1 s 4 X 5 1 Y ' Y Int K - f S s W MR. ISAAC HERNANDEZ " f . '-- 'sf , Spanish as ,gf Sul Ross State University 1, ,ga . tm Spanish Club MRS. MIDDLETON DISCUSSES literature in her Sophomore Class. 69 -as I en., I 1--H.,. e3f' -' I Y t . .N ., Q I 'if' Q' ' -'fi' Q - Us 235 5' -X f. M VB? ' ' ' P P" HJ if st' MR. MILTON BOTTLINGER MRS. VELOIS CURLEY MRS. NAN FULBRIGI-IT MR. WILLIAM HARPER Math Math Math Math Texas Tech Lincoln University Langston University T.C.U. MR. ROBERT HARRIS MR. LOWE LEACH MRS. DOROTHY ROBERSON MR. C. SMITH Math 81 Physics Math Math 85 Chemistry Math T.C.U. T.C.U. Radford College Paul Quinn Chess Club Math Club ,MQ-1' A if' fn - - 2 I' MR. HARPER GIVES instructions for an assignment to a stu- dent. Logic, Reasoning Stressed In Mathematics Classes MRS. JANE ELLIS Math Hardin-Simmons University Mathematics is more than a series of num- bers and formulas. It is a method to lead to logical conclusions. Tech offers comprehensive mathematics courses designed to henejqt each individual in his chosen career and in his everyday life. These courses include related math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and elementary anal- yszs. , 'Ti ,f t l 5 t. ,xi " . 5' I X, 5 l 1 , X MRS. BETTE AMMANN Biology University of Texas Science Club, Senior Class MRS. DORRIS BUNTON 9:10- . r ff ' Qi' X X , 4' 4 'WB .v MISS ARLYNE BLUE General Physical Science T.C.U. Science Club MR JOHN B. CAMPBELL General Physical Science Biology Prairie View A8cM College North Texas State University Junior Class Sponsor Boy's Tennis Team MRS. ELEASE KNIGHT General Physical Science Prairie View A8cM College .- V I, ,Z .tif an --c' ' ,L -3 Q 1 9, I .A MRS. EVELYN OSIER Biology T.W.U. Science Otters Answers To The Unknown "NOW, I'VE GOT themjust where I want 'em!" thinks Mr. Campbell as he points his sword at the students. uauwqw A - .,,.--'X' . 4, . 42129 is ,, ,E .Q it ' 'I I' ffl: 1 , S s ' s , ee. A A. EXPLAINING INSTRUCTIONS TO a student for an experiment is Mrs. Knight. The Science Department offers an ex- tensive study to the mysterious world of the unknown. Experiments, lectures, Elms, and research help to answer ques- tions that many students are curious about. Anotlzer feature of the science cie- partment is the Science Club which invites interesting guest speakers, and sponsors exciting -Held trips. 71 ,F -.ere ' 1, ' v: 5' ' -. g. 1 fb W s uv 4 ' we i ,X fs -sri I M if fs DR. VIRGINIA AMOS Mexican-American Studies American History University of California Spanish Club Current Ideas Enriched By Knowledge OF The Past 4 V V . g f 1,4 1 " . 5 ' e 45 CM F se, 2 L f 6 . l , '-Zag , . J , L 1 s .. E A P r MR. THERON BYRD American History T.W.C. MR. FRANKLIN E. GIST History, Speech Texas Wesleyan College Allied Youth MR. POWELL LECTURES to his history class and tells them about the Revolutionary War. X , 'T fi' 1 51' , If z fi MRS. FAY CHATMAS MRS. JULIE COCHRAN World History World History T.C.U. T.C.U. Sophomore Class Sponsor i h . ' fig Lk, 'i" it W' V, 32 . as, j.. , '39 - Q S L ,. linksys v rg, MRS. MILDRED GREEN Government 81 American History History University of Texas T.C.U- MR. DOYLE MCINTOSH MR. WILLIAM H. POWELL III MRS. MARY RHODES American 85 World History World History Langston University Florida State Red Cross The history Ggovernment courses, primary purposes are to teach Techites to have a bet- ter understanding ofthe development of our society, its institutions, and its problems. A study of our nation's government and its pro- gress through the years are needed to prepare ourselves as the new leaders of this nation. ..g VG. MR. JOHN NAYLOR Government University of Texas at Austin Head Football Coach MR. CARL W. CLARK P.E., Health Prairie View College Track, Football 'S' MRS. SHI RLIE MURPHY P.E. North Texas University PE Leaders, Bulldoggers MR. JOHN GALES P.E. Wichita State University Varsity Basketball MR. HENRY S. DOOLEY P.E., Health Prairie View College Football, Basketball, Track 'Q 'mr 3,4 GN .ef i MR. BRUCE ROSS P.E. University of Houston Football, Baseball MR. MARVIN LEVELS Science, P.E. Harding College Basketball, Football - " . . X '... , Zig , I I 1 ,. , .Tl mi.. 4, ' " na l l Q.-if Q V' if ' ,'l 'i 5 L' ' i ttil i f ,. . fs. llll ii 'ii i T if' ffl' 3 fi. ' MRS. CARMEN POE MISS MARTI POWELL P.E. P.E. Central State University N.T.S.U. PE Leaders, Girls' Tennis PE Leaders, Sophomore Class Aim OF Physical Education ls Wholesome Body And Strength QF Mind MR. DEAN STACY History, P.E. T.C.U. Baseball if fe ,, t 4, f 'in I i 'Tux s T., get aw I ef 4, G 'X I ,QV r N' MR. JERRY THOMAS P.E., Physical Science Harding College Coach MRS. CATHERINE HOERA Health T.C.U. fi ss. Dm MRS. JODENE ARMSTRONG MISS JOYCE BEARD TYPil'1g Data Processing University of Oklahoma T.C.U. National Honor Society Gi l 5 A l l 1 MRS. SUSAN DANIELS General Business, Typing Bookkeeping, Business Math Trinity College Student Council MR. JOE EDMONDSON University of Texas GAINING EXPERIENCE USING machines is Joy Stearns. 74 MRS. BUENA DALE Business Education T.W.U. si QQ-. MRS. LINDA KOCH Typing, Business Law T.C.U. 'M " SANDRA WILBURN OPERATES the full- keyboard machine. MISS RHODES WATCHES David Lal Business Classe For Challenging The demand for Tech's trainees by business 8 in- dustrial jqrrns in the area has increased so that most grad- uates are hired before they graduate. Even for those stu- dents who do not plan to enter the field of business as a career, the sleills learned will be helpful later in life. WHILE LISTENING TO the dictaphone, Martha Rangel types her assignment. 5 E z 3 :t cards in Data Processing. drain Students lutomation Jobs Tech has one ofthe best Business Departments in the state. Business classes such as stenography, data processing, ofjqce machines, boole- leeeping, and typing prepare stu- dents for challenging careers. V I Jlfqyhrb 'Q' ln' 4 ' M., . - E, sy. b , r 17 A il flu fs W Y. ,, N I Y l g A MRS. BOBBYE LONG MISS ELIZABETH RHODES MRS. MARY SHAHAN Office Duplication Data Processing Typing, General Business T.C.U. T.C.U. T.C.U. Junior Class Sponsor Data Processing OEA Freshman Class, Allied Youth lil all A . . C ,ji F -4 MISS MARY SMITH MRS. BESS VAUGHAN MRS. THETA WALDREP VOE - Office Machines VOE - Shorthand VOE - Advanced Bookkeeping Texas Tech Oklahoma College for Women T.C.U. Senior Class, OEA OEA OEA JOHN LEE TYPES from his shorthand notes and shows the students that boys can take shorthand, too. l'i-8 -v'v1v'x9'1-'fill-1 5 4 FRANKIE GRAVES OPERATES th machine with great confidence. e duplicating MRS WILMA JEAN MOODY dim 1 MISS CINDY FORD I-Iomemaking Hgmemaking T.W.C. T.C.U. FHA FHA, junior Varsity Cheerleaders l-lomemaking And Cosmetology Students Learn To Beautilty People And Surroundings BEFORE MRS. PHILLIPS gets the "treatment" from her stu- qv ' 'fit rr A V L J ggi , W Q E - . , n u t xi T , i W-ii, in A r,,rgx'l?' 'A MN THE HOMEMAKING STUDENTS enjoy eating what they learned to prepare. Cosmetology offers valuable training in personal care and grooming. The beau- ticians in this depart- ment are fortunate be- cause they can see the results of their training before they graduate. Homemaking trains girls in the many skills of the expert home- maker. Girls are given of experiences in home management, family MRS. JUNE CUTCHIN living, meal planning G Cosmetology preparation, clothing T.C.U- design, and interior ale- VICA corating. I .TMR I y A 76 AFTER: MRS. PHILLIPS models the results. Vg - .. I if, 1,-. . 2- . we if 3123 ' -za - U li- " '71 -, MRS. JEAN PHILLIPS MRS. EMALINE FLORY Cosmetology Cosmetology T.W.C. N.T.S.U. VICA VICA MR. D. L. JONES Photography Oklahoma State VICA Commercial art is a highly imaginative course which develops the skills of students interested in ink or pencil drawings, painting, air brush, and other artistic outlets. Vases, bowls, statues, and other clay creations are made in ceramics. Photography is a major part of our lives. As long as there are weddings, birthdays, and babies, we will need photographers to record these moments. In this three hour course stu- dents learn different parts of the camera and how to develop pictures. it Yi 'ff Photography, Commercial Art, And Ceramics Otter Creative Outlets DISCUSSING HOW TO enlarge a photograph are Paul Vasquez, Charles Brown, and Robert Cortez. GARY HAMMER CREATES a bust of Christ in Ceramics. ff 'ffm 'U' . gpg ix , 1 1 ' i X . 35981, In V if il MRS. ANNA BLAIR MR. DON MOORE MRS. .IACQUELINE Commercial Art Commercial Art SCROGGINS North Texas State University University of Texas Ceramics VICA VICA T.C.U. '1hw MRS. SCROGGINS CHECKS her grade book to see which students have completed ceramics pro- jects. If i MNQQ., . ,,,-- A MR. MOORE KEEPS in practice hy doing some lettering for a poster. 77 MR. JUAN T. BENNETT MR. SHERMAN L. WILSON MRS. PAT COOLEY Industrial Cooperative Training Distributive Education Pre Em. Child Care Langston University Huston v Tillotson College T.C.U. VICA DECA Cheerleader Sponsor eakffi Q 1 Ka 5. vr I! s..W4fA 5, MRS. GEORGIA TURNER Home Economics - Coop. Ed Arkansas State Teachers I'I.E.C. Cooperative Work programs Provide Valuable Insight into Job Training And Requirements Students at Tech are con- sidered to have the best on-job training courses in the district. Students receive valuable class- room training, and then apply what they have learned on the job. MRS. RUTH NEAL Health Occupations Dental Assisting T.C.U. VICA "I CAME HERE to get my teeth fixed-not my nosen exclaims Gail Thomas. .f 9 m MRS. LOUISE LAND VOE Cooperative North Texas State University OEA No. 2 "NOW DOESN'T THAT look better," says Mrs. Land to Patsy Mathews. 4 A Dratting Students Learn To Make plans Ancl Patterns For Construction Drafting is one of the engineer's most im- portant forms of communication. Training, Plmcficef Pfltienceh fmhd affffrlflon tg detail me MR. CHARLES s. GREATHOUSE MR. KENNETH L. MITCHELL tie znlgiiilfgtsfw nc transform t e students Drafting Technical Drafting into S f Z4 T61 fSWleV1- North Texas State A 85 M University Tech's three year course translates engi- Student Council VICA,Junior Class neering ideas into lines and dimensions. When graduated, these students are able to jqli the roles of draftsmen, engineers, and architects. MR. HAROLD REEDER Engr. Drafting East Texas State VICA Chapter 64 ELMO GUYDEN AND Robert Castillo learn how to design a house. X. I fir r nf I K . 1 ' :.giQgY,? "IF IT'S FREE, I'll take it!" says a drafting student to Mr. Greathouse. 413.19 MR. DWAINE WHITE Drafting 85 Power Mechanics North Texas State W ROBERT MARTINEZ DISPLAYS his talent on the Platen Press in print shop. Printing is one of the most im- portant forms of communication. Newspapers, books, magazines, and other printed materials are essential in an ever changing and advancing world. Print Shop students learn the use of various machines such as the linotype, Ludlow machine, platen presses, let- terpress, and laindary cutter. Typesetting is another skill that is utilized by students. Our print shop is well equipped, and it does much of the printing of our school materials. flue MR. BERRY HOGAN Printing U.T.A. VICA MR. JERYL MONASCO Printing East Texas State VICA Printing For The Masses ls Job OF Graphic Arts THE MULTILITH PRESS is operated by Tim Stultz Qleftj and THE LINOTYPE MACHINE is used by Manuel Rodriquez. Larry Donnell Qright J . Mill And Cabinet And Upholstery Make And 2 l i 1 by . Ii m .N if 1" A 1 "1 i f -ll, l i 5 X . "tg 2 4 R , X MR. GEORGE SMITH Upholstery Texas A 8c M itudents in Mill G Cabinet l bow to design and build erent wooden objects. ,y also learn the different es and textures of wood. 'he Upholstery Department In takes the furniture and utifes it by covering it fifl if' f ig -, 4 v Decorate Furniture rr'-Iii? 1, avg, lx 11, ,ix x ,z .s 25- iii ii '21 ,f auf . V. VL 4 .f,' 3 A, Z ik, F Q . ., i X .'?"T?A u ,K ,U K i 18 X ' X Q riff A M., .M fe: , . , s .-,Q , - iv , s mm- - , wgjgkr N -- , 2 'LZ' A 'ir' .- , T . L X ' at A i CHOOSING A FABRIC for a chair are Mr. Smith and his upholstery students. 'li fine fabrics. These stu- :ts learn fabric design, style, nture, and finish in the up- .stery line. MR. HAROLD LEWELLING Mill 8: Cabinet Texas A 8: M VICA ARTHUR BROOKS SHAPES the legs for 3 table. ,nf 111. MR. ALTON W. FONVILLE Radio-TV Abilene Christian College Junior Class Sponsor VICA MR. FONVILLE SHOWS Cecil Evans the techniques used to repair a televisio et. IIS gill... l Radio-TV And Appliance Repair Maintain Proper Working Devices Radio-TV plays an integral role in the lives of young and old. Tech students learn to re- pair these products. The Refrigeration Depart- ment trains students to keep other home appliances, such as ice boxes and air condi- tioners, in good working condition. n .i,..-W . , .. , 'W H V A h -g 1 ,V gwegggg - l ,M 1 f K . 'M R 4' , titriia f" : ' '. D I H, .A z -e-- fi. A . ' W R ' "-.,ZQei?': K. ' . ff i - 1--"lQ,.w - , ,, , , , Ln:---W qi ig 'I c, , : .- ., H .1 .1 . C' .. 1 W ' i 'fd if-1 I he. , il' fx I REPAIRING RADIOS ARE John Brown and Kenneth Holland. , -,,,,-,, project. Ts V -R xg ,L if . as we x i V QQ 1 Rf: We MR . BUCK RUSSELL Air-Cond.ition- Refrigeration Texas A 8C M Senior Sponsor VICA MR. RUSSELL HELPS Allen Powell with a refrl geration problem. DANA MILLINC SUPERVISES Paul Stanley as he completes a c L... .au f"'l L JERRY RAMON, RICHARD Medina, and Ruben Abalos overhaul an engine. Auto Mechanics Maintain Top Condition Ct Vehicles Students in Auto Mechanics have an oppor- tunity to gain valuable training and learning skills by working on cars that are brought to them for repairs. Skilled mechanics are not only craftsmen, out they must also keep up with new automobile styles and mechanisms. INSTALLING BRAKES ARE Hubert Urdy, Alex Trevino Jimmy Glenn, and James Hall. yi, y M ,xi if MR. T. L. CANNON MR. RAY PARISH MR. EDWARD STEBBINS Auto Mechanics Auto Mechanics Mechanics NOl'Cl'l Texas State Ul'llVCl'SlIy Texag Wgsleyan Cguege VICA C.V.A.E. 83 f 495 Q 4 ,- l ,, 3 :fx MR. GILBERT FRANKLIN Auto Body Texas A8cM VICA Auto Body offers students instruction in general body repair, paint, and upholstery. With the great amount of accidents that occur on crowded streets, there are many jobs available in this held. Diesel is a three year course which produces qualijqed workers to cope with the in- tricacies of a diesel engine. , X H M? , af ali? A V t lg ss . lj l r 1 MR. GENE GRIFFIN Diesel Mechanics University of Texas VICA 84 PREPARING TO SAND a and Jesse Ortega. l 1 . .Rl car are Richard Quiroga SANDING A CAR in Auto Body is Paul Martinez. Auto Body And Diesel Qicier l-liglwly Specialized Training Cn Autos And Trucks ,fall 'Ar . i N ,7 y y ,uri V- Wx, 'is' If me '17 Wit -Mfg Mfr, E3 'ik,il!l Y sag ax i .K .I it MR. GRIFFIN SHOWS Charles the tension on valve springs. l Matthews and Jerry McKnight how to test JERRY MCKNIGHT INSTALLS in a diesel engine. iii :rel i i i i i r i i V i i i Figs I A g ' ig 1 my :si to ' . . 1:-YH ' if . 3 3 MR. CHARLES H. CROW Aeronautics University of Texas VICA Aeronautics is a course which requires much time and skill. When a student com- pletes this 3 hour course, he is then eligible to take the Federal Aeronautics Admini- stration test. After passing this test, he is given a license in air- , frame, power plant, or a com- bination of both. Welding is also a very useful skill. The students in this de- partment learn about fusions, gas, and electric welding. DISPLAYING THEIR SKILLS in welding are Craig Hunt, Tommy Jackson, Fred Cornelius, and Johnny Martinez. JESSE ROBLES AND Frank Lopez work on airplane propellers. RICKY JONES EXHIBITS his welding technique. LEROY WILSON AND Frank Lopez are two of the many Techites who are preparing for a vocational career. Aircraft And Welding Otter Vast Job Opportunities Constructive Work With Metal ls Taught ln Machine Shop Students at Tech have the opportunity to learn to work with rrietal in a variety of cori- structive ways. These students learrz to use the Drill Press, Bench Work, Layout Work, Milling Machine, Shaper, Lathe, Vertical Mill, and Tool and Cutter Grinder. S gh ll T , MR. JOHN WOODS Machine Shop T.W.C. VICA ROBERT VALENTINE OPERATES the Numerical Control Milling Machine. Engine Lay is David Pabon. 1 1 Q 'ali xg' f I , , , 33 - x . MR. SANFORD J. MASON, .IR Machine Shop Texas A 85 M VICA N7 GIVING INSTRUCTIONS TO Raul Herrera and Mark McFarland for the Gearhead .x ni CONCENTRATING ON HIS work is GLEN MONASCO TURNS the crank to operate the Vertical Milling Machine. Juan Valle. L I, . .0116 i . . if , ' ' +A ' N if if lg - , , , ,. Jf 1 N . Pk . , . MR. MIKE BIGLER General Construction University of Texas VOE, CVAE ,W we General Construction And Brick Courses l-lelp Prepare Skilled Builders Tecli has two fue courses that train stu- dents to use wood 8 bricks for constructive and creative purposes. Since tliere is an ever-increasing demandfor skilled workers, Tech students are taught to carry out architects' designs. MR. RALPH BROWN Brick Masonry Texas A 84 M VICA . . si M.-f ,H K - 0 . ,ff 3 Q , ' 4 ? R X f :gg ISREAL IUAREZ AND John Banks learn how to level bricks. DENNIS ADAIR PULLS out a nail from the house being built by general con- struction classes. . ESI LYNN ZUMWALT AND Dave Reynolds gain some practical ex- perience. HUBERT MILLER PREPARES to mix cement. MR. THOMAS C. NIXON Industrial Electricity University of Houston -,-. if I sf A ,f i .fm s MR. PEDRO VALLE Metal Trades East Texas State Senior Class, VOCT M MR. WILLIAM WALLACE Electronics Texas Christian University VICA Industrial Electricity, Electronics, And Metal Trades Utter Highly Specialized Areas For Study Ps. TONY RA.MIREZ'S WORK is Checked by Mr. Nixon in Industrial Electricity. i MR. VALLE SHOWS Henry Cortez and Gary McCune how to use a vice. g ,at V 2 ' i, , W ., . MR. WALLACE INSTRUCTS Kenneth Hunter and Andrew Jackson in how to read the Lab-Volt machine. Metal Trades and Electric Shop offer an introduction to more ad- vanced courses for ninth graders. Elec- tronics is offered to sophomores, jun- iors, and seniors. Every building that is constructed needs metal and elec- tricity, so both jqelds provide great job opportunities. MR. ALFRED RILEY Band and Chorus Texas Tech RACTICING FOR THE Christmas program are Qrow 11 Carol Talley, Sharon mhnsong Qrow 21 Brenda Estel, Etta Potter, Eva Teal, Dorothy Lindsey, Pat ixon, and Cynthia Evans. IGHT-READING NOTES ARE Qrow 11 Ila Wood, Sallie Youngblood, Debbie arlsong Qrow 21 Doris Salong, and Starlin Jordan. Students With Vocal Talents Participate In Chorus DO, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti, D0!Musically inclined students who enjoy vocalizing may select chorus as an elective subject. One of this year's accomplisizments was singing Christmas carols with the band for PTSA. STUDYING THEIR MUSIC before they sing are frow 11 Pamela Angle, Virginia Briones, Toni Moss, Velma Fosterg frow 21 Gloria Graves, and Joyce Davis. WAITING FOR THE downbeat are frow 11 Wayne Walker, Jesse Manning, Gary Davis, Houston Howellg Qrow 21 Beverly McLane, Vanessa Goodacre, Virginia Briones, Toni Moss, and Velma Foster. 89 ' Q ' ' E Y , 5 , , 4 5 va., 1- L Elizondo, Pam Conatser Ricky Fillmore, Sandra Moron, Charlie Owensg Cheeky Qrow 6j Michael MEMBERS OF THE BAND are Qrow ll Meshelle Hill, Sharon Gay, Daniel Pena, janie Garner: lrow 2l Anthony Goss, Peggy Owens, Edna Lockett, Manuel Coronado, Leti Flores, Norman Foster, Ricky Avina, Wanda Thompson, Paulette Collins, Iris Dabon, Cheryl Gay, Wanda Young, Beatrice Montalvo: lrow 3j Kenneth Silmon, Gregq , Magclelena Montalvo, joe Calva, Teresa Rose, john Miller, Claude Everman, jack Valle, Lee Powell, Yolanda Sanchez, Sofia Velasqucz, Billy Hollid Wilburn, lrow 4l Larry Miller, Arthur Rosalez,jan Morgan, Bernardo Cortez, james Washington, Ramona Raines, Olga Hernandez, james Hinsey, ' Qrow Sj Danny Trujillo, Daniel Munoz, Robert Ramos, David Vasquez, Gilbert Campos, Eugene Rodriguez, Horacio Elizonclo, Jimmy Jenkins,l Dominguez, Manuel Carranza, Ranoldph Wilson, Jimmy Garner. is . , , in T it gg rr 1 , ,...,,,,g, - M1--if Bulldog Band Contributes To School Spirit PW I' PS". f'- ' W, fr ' ' Y EHS' ' . ai r 7 r . X- in ,,,,,, . ,f fi' ,Q Q Vggy 2'a1', 7? 1 - Ai 1 JANIE GARNER MESHELLE HILL l Twirler, 1 yr. Twirler, 2 yrs. , . wwasrfi " " .,,, 25 a t ' bg ..,:,,M'f'7f,N gilt?-lf ii- . ' 15513 ga -. fa fs' ,Q .'-as W s Qlfp '45 il Y Q ,, I , 5' H, f, -- 'S . X, E 5 ar. F " .Q A . ' uf ,E rs we Q t ""'. A?r 3 4 Techites present music in the form ofthe Green Wave Band. The band shows school spirit by performing during pep rallies, assem- blies, and football games. Mr. Alfred Riley, s , L.. director and or anizer, does a ine 'ob in in I I, g J Ja K making the best possible use of Tech's musical ii A A 5 i talent. . I s-Z '1 l.fg,, ji ,E " 'CAL SHARON GAY DANIEL PENA 90 Drum Major, 2 yrs. Drum Major, 1 yr. O6'Q NA BAND OFFICERS YOLANDA Sanchez, 2nd Lt.g-Ioe Calva, Captaing and Cheryl Gay, lst. Lt. Martinez. BAND SECRETARIES BARBARA Blocker, Francis Walker, and Elsa X PLAYING IN TI-IE band requires constant practice as shown by these MR. RILEY EXPLAINS the members. Horn. BAND MEMBERS WARM up before the pep rally. mechanics of the French R. O. T. C. Qliliers Valuable Military Experience ,Q A .. dx gm' X x sz My-w.fw. . .. .. .aaa c P. .. s 'S' . I , - ' Y '7 ' DRILL TEAM: Qrow lj David Christilles, Rafael Pantojaq Qrow 21 Russel Haynes, Philip Sanchez, james Swanner, Pete Leyvag Qrow 31 Felix Martinez, Richard Martinez, Paul Dixon, Herman Villalovosg lrow 41 Danny Madigan, Thomas Martinez, Gary Watters, Ricky Dukesg Qrow 5D Doug Haynes, James Brantley, Mike Easterday, David Ferng Qrow 61 Margie Hemandez. R.O.TC. is a shortened form for Reserve Ofjqcers Training Corps. The Corps advances an in- dividual through the ranks accord- ing to his own ability. R.O.T.C. gives the cadets the opportunity to assume responsibilities and leadership at an early stage in life. FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Baldock poses with Sgt. Lanier, Sgt. Thomas, and Sgt. Moseley. i . i Ig g y .gif 'ni i l V i K'-, ,, i 1 L VJ. A X ,Y f i-. s Ml SGT. MALCOLM LAN IER R.O.T.C. l il MISGT. CEMI THOMAS Q R.O.T.C. Eli MISGT. CHARLES MOSELEE R.O.T.C. ' f ex K A a 1 Qg ---.ai a- War. .K , 5?"1"W ' J 'A 1- -,M Q ez a- 4. .ay-,. g A Axly gig 351' f . Q 5 a, ,f , 1' c.. lm . A1 rzg, A .,j', ,, ,,,LfJc-. W ' 5,35 I? -' gg 5 iz-If M f ,Qt iff- W 1 3' : f ' , ' f B M 'STI X fl, x A b' A A I re f I 'lg ' f ' MEMBERS OF COMPANY C: row 1 Dann Mads an, James Y B si Swanner, Cecelia Sanchez, joe Mills, James Turnerg Qrow 21 5 john Collins, James Fleming, James jones, Johnny Gardner, 5-391303 MEMBERS OF COMPANY A: Qrow 11 Scott Kirtley, Cecelia Smith, Joe Gulletteg Qrow 21 Billy Pearson, Gregory Spencer, Rex Minard, Jerry Tinney, Wayne Walkerg Qrow 31 David Morgan, Andre jenkins, Rickey Dukes, Rickey Dixon, Cecil Tinneyg Qrow 41 Norman Foster, Jerry Buford, Tony Ramirez, Russell Haynes, Mike Marsh. Xf- MEMBERS OF COMPANY B: Qrow 11 Lawrence Martin, Veronica Bee, Michael Esterdayg Qrow 21 Steve Cantrell, Pete Leyva, Thomas Martinez, Santos Cabreace, Richard Martinez, Alex Maldonado, Qrow 31 David Fenn, Samuel Johnson, Homer Johnson, Ernest Cary, Ben Peterson, Clinton Parks, Benito Moreno. Frank Garcia, Carl McBride. 4 STAFF MEMBERS: Qrow 11 Cecelia Sanchez, Margie Hernandezg Qrow 21 Irene Dominguez, Parker Webb, Veronica Bill, Qrow 31 Brenda Miller, Cheryl- Gay, David Christilles, Vickie Bagby, Cecelia Smith, Qrow 41 Rafael Pantoja, Russel Haynes, Frank Lopez, John Clarkg Qrow 51 Douglas Haynes, Jerry Buford, Tony Ramirez, Norman Foster. DOUG HAYNES AND Kerry Ward display their l h R'f1 R . MEMBERS OF COMPANY D: Qrow lj Herman Villalovos, Irene Dominguez, ta ents at t e 1 B ange Gabriel Felipe, Cecelia Smith, Frank Lopez, Qrow 21 Antonio Sanders, Anthony Benson, Steve Sanchez, Gerald Sanders, Charles Liodches, Rickey Bedford: Qrow 31 Gary McCune, Joe Haley, Edward Amie, Larry Roland, Joe Mclntosh, Billy Booker, Qrow 4j Gary Watters, Ronald Morrison, Marshall Botts, Victor Stevens, Leon jackson, Richard Olsen, Qrow 5j Ernest Dial, James Brantley, Dale More- land, Billy Brooks. AY! 1' xx Q oa' G ryoyiy, JT' xt - 5 DRUM AND BUGLE Corps: Qrow lj Andre Jenkins, Brenda Miller, Cheryl Gay, Norman Fosterg frow ZJ Gerald Sanders, Edward Amie, Billey Booker, Homer johnson, Jo Earl Haley, Sam Johnsong frow 3j Ernest Cabey, Victor Stevens, Antonio Sanders, johnny Collins, Wayne Walker, Rickey Bedford. COLOR GUARD: Qrow 1, Vicki Babyg Qrow Zj Cecil Tinney, Ernest Dial, Joe Gullette, Leon jackson. .5 xx Ks X 'XC TQ MEMBERS OF COMPANY F: Qrow ll Felix Martinez, Felipe Sanchez, Brenda Miller, Ray- mond Lee, Daniel Rayag Qrow 21 Robert Hedgepeth, Charles Matthews, Gary Hammer, Fernando Carboni. Tech's R. G. T. C. Participates In parades, Inspections, And Competitions The Green Knights Drill Team has al- ways held high honors in competition. Members of the Drill Team must be wil- ling to put forth extra time and effort to memorize numbers for each movement. They go on the -Held with complete silence anal no commands are given. The Drum 5' Bugle Corps performs in reviews and parades. Being a member of this corps does not mean just learning to play an instrument, but also learning the regular requirements ofR.O.T.C. a Wt iuiiz'1wi??ff:.' ., F' it at-sf is ,,,. .. . -C. 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PNK. -M75 LR V I 1- '-',, fvff? .M Elm N Qifkibsfux 'N , ,' ,A Off, ,, NAM m xx ww. I "' 7'-W ,- gi' I "x 'Q ' fr'-. P Dpi 1" Pf2S7.A 'f A'-Q, 4:22 "4"'5 --. 62151, Ai ' -J ff Volleyball Club Participates ln Contests GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM: QRow lj Ruby Holmes,, Betty Keeton, Ella Jackson, Doris Dill, Jackie Smith, Juanita Gentry, Rhonda Greerg QRow ZJ Mrs. Poe, Alice Amador, Deborah Hamilton, Sharon Jones, Miss Marti Powell. P. E. Leaders Function As Instructor Aides P.E. LEADERS: QRow 17 Odessa Branch, Sharon Jones, Doris Dill, Juanita Gentry, Debra Reese, QRow ZJ Molly Gamez, Alice Amador, Delores Hall, Lela Burks, Debra Hairston, Deborah Hamilton, Darlene Alexander, Shelia Gentryg QROW 3J Miss Powell, Linda White, Valerie Clayton, Jewel Brown, Rhonda Greer, Mildred Irving, Jackie Smith, Pam Hill, Cecelia J. Smith, Mrs. Poe. , .M , ,,,.,, .A,- ...- . .NA ........c ,sa ...W -r BULLDOGGERS AND CHEERLEADERS stand in formation eagerly waiting for the football team. Bulldoggers Give Vital Support To Athletic Events BULLDOGGERS: QROW lj Gloria Vallejo, Laura Guzman, Joy Ince, Sandy McGilton, Paulette Hyman, Ufemia Mendoza, Tommie Trevino, Mary Mendoza, Rhonda Greer, QRow Zj Paula Rodriquez, Vicki Montetoz, Amelia Dennis, Darline Foles, Sherry Williams, Kay Head, Rose Tejada, Sonia Rodriquez, Cathy Villegas, Debra Hall: CROW 35 Cindy Powell, Virginia Briones, Pam Holmes. Rosemarv Serrano. Vicky Valdez. Teresa Lee, Pete Lohmer, Brenda Parham: QROW 41 Joyce Miller, Cheryl McFarlin, Viola Barrientes, Sally Bermejo, Kay Haggard, Renee Scottg l QRow 51 Helen Gwynn, Joe Calva, Mary Helen Martinez, Frances Mendoza, Janet Rector, Sandra Ramos. THE VOLLEYBALL CLUB is very ac- 'e in competitive contests. The members e selected from a number of girls who V out at the beginning of the year. They e judged by the P.E. teachers on their Will and ability in volleyball. P.E. LEADER are students in P.E. who earn points by performing duties in their class. After having earned enough points, they are given the privilege of wearing green shorts. They lead exercises, advise the students, and perform many other responsible duties. THE BULLDOGGERS is an Organ- ization which supports the athletic teams, boosts school spirit at games and pep rallies, and decorates the auditorium before each game. On Homecoming the club is at school de- corating at four o'clocle in the morning. They form two lines at the games for the football players to run through. SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS are QRow lj Johnny Garner, Freddie Hamilton, Peggy Hearne, Debra Henderson, Wanda Young, Debra Reese, D Ammanng QROW Zj Larry Miller, Jim Rivera, Pam Sisco, Lawrence Martin, Kathy Hampton, Jan Morgan, David Lang, Oscar Sims, James Hinsey, Ufe Mendoza, and Mr. Campbell. Science Club Educates And Entertains Members With Field Trips And Speakers y The Science Club is one of the most active clubs at Trimble Tech. Interesting jqeld trips and guest speakers make the club educational and enjoyable. The club is open to any stu- dent interested in science, particularly science students. The ofjqcers for the Science Club for the spring semester are johnny Garner, presi- dentg David Raines, vice-presidentg Kathy Hampton, secretary, and Walter Steigerwalt, treasurer. L ss., X O 3 7' "I HOPE SHE doesn't plan to use that needle on me" says 'I 00 EVERYONE IS ALL smiles after having returned from a field trip. Mfrrgiin- MRS. MARGARET PARKER explains a scientific theory used in bird calling. GUEST SPEAKER, MRS. Parker, receives assistance from Johnny Garner and Robert Hedgpeth in setting up her equipment. MEMBERS LISTEN INTENTLY as Mrs. Parker demonstrates her bird calling ability. -5 SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS enjoy one of their many field trips. n 1 Ol TEEN LIBRARY MEMBERS are fRow lj Arthur Rosalez, Darline Toles, Brindle Canyon, Shirley Mays, Debora English, Sherley Spears, jo Ann Brov Martha Taylor, Sylvia Brock, Sandy McGiltong QRow Zj Myrtle Cooper, Jamie C. Baker, Bonita Phillips, Cheryl Gay, Jessica McAdoo, Karen Lu Vangie Rios, fRow EU Diana Ward, Karlan Howell, Judy Pack, Karen Demmings, Darlene Williams, Jer Andrews, Vera Hodge, Edward Troupe, Glo Bill, Nancy Ramos, Anita Munoz, Jackie Oliver, janet Carter. Service Highlights Activities Qt Both Red Cross And Teen-age Library Association RED CROSS MEMBERS are QRow lj Sally Avina, Yolanda Gomes, Ufemia Men- doza, Frances Mendoza, Cyrano Revada, Alicia Barron, , john Valle, QRow 21 Sarah Mena, Helen Martinez, Cathy Castillo, Yolanda Renteria, Virginia Rosalez, Marcella Ruiz, Annie Vasquez, Sandra Ramos, Veronica Bill, Villarcl Martin, QRow 3D Karen Hicks, Carolyn King, Norma Johnson, Silvia Gonzales, Patricia Sadler, Wanda Shearin, Jackie Parramore, Mary Rodela, Rosalinda Rodela, Vera Hodge, Donny Reeves. 102 RED CROSS MEM BERS prepare pack ages to send to Paki- stan for Christmas. Health Careers Club Emphasizes Good Physical And Mental Hygiene THE OFFICERS OF the Health Careers Club for 1971-72 are Cherly Gay, presi- dentg Shirley Birch, vice-presidentg Betty Pfannstiel, secretary-treasurerg Alice Powell, chaplain. Library Association is a group of boys and girls that work in the library during their study hall period. They help students find materials they need, check out books, and show them how to use other library aids. The Red Cross is an associa- tion that represents the vari- ous homerooms. They organize fund drives and other helpful deeds. Their main interest is in projects that will benefit others. BETTY PFANNSTIEL HOLDS check that was given to the Tarrant Co. Heart Assn. The Health Careers Club is an organiza- tion of students who are interested in all phases of health. These students partici- pate in various activities to promote good physical and mental hygiene. HEALTH CAREERS CLUB members are QRow lj Alice Powell, Betty Pfann- stiel, Shirley Birch, Cheryl Gayg QROW Zj Cindy Powell, Doylia Huffster, Rosa- linda Roclels, Debbie Hughesg QROW 31 Evangeline Huey You, Cindy Herbert, Mrs. Sydney Newland, sponsorg Gail Collins, Gloria Hernandez. 103 Student Council Strives To Maintain Balance In School Ahcairs Student Council is an organization of students that help maintain aforrn of schoolgovernment which encourages pupil-teacher-administrator co- operation. A student representative is selected from each homeroom, then ofiqcers are elected in May. The Student Council has worked hard to make this a successful year. STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS are lRow 11 Norman Hall, Meshelle Hill, Josie Oyervides, Yolanda Sanchez, Elsa Martinez, Arthur Rosalezg QRow 21 Sandy McGilton, Robert Cantu, Alicia Barron, Henry Bermejo, Rosalinda Rodela, Maggie Montalvo, Patricia Sadler, fRow 31 Bonita Phillips, Daniel Alcala, Rachel Herrera, Alice Amador, Deborah Allen, David Lang, Robert Cortezg QRow 41 Pee Wee Perez, Desiree Ragland, Frances Walker, Joy Ince, Pam Sisco, Darlene Sims, QRow 51 Carlos Rodrequez, Barbara Herrera, Teresa Hair, Sylvia Hernan- dezg QRow 61 Sofia Velasquez, Sherry Williams, Barbara Blocker, Daniel Pena, Rosalinda Perez, Rachel Renteria, Linda Garcia, Molly Gamez, Gregoria Elizondog QRow 71 John Cooper, Janice Trem- ble, Valeria Clayton, Rhonda Greer, Carolyn King, julie Ramirez, Gil- bert Herrerag CRow 81 Donald Grif- Ein, Pam Hill, Charles Mathews, Teri Arreguin, john Valleg fRow 91 Nathaniel Henderson, Teresa Lee, Richard Gonzales, Olga Saenzg QRow 101 Phyllis Hunt, Johnny Martinez, Joe Calva, Sally Avina, Ufemia Mendoza, Yolanda Renteria, Mary Mendozag QRow 111 Tony Willis, Alex Escamilla, Andre Jenkins, Rickey Dixon, Sharon johnson. "' lT'S YOUR MovE,..," I -f' Nr' VC- 'N.J if Aivll I t -in I I J' , 'x t l, .- .gf . z- .N-i 1' 1 g Q: .4-A , 41 fri, 4 A . ': -S, ' I 's ' 'R Y 1 I X 2 ?.fis"'f X ' li' . f 'Q Sf:-f ..g ,Pi - 1.4 - ., .. ,-....1 -. ,-"'-3-54413 .,,'v"T --'1.'f Z A' A it. xii gif,-' 1 - 5 ,I i ' 4 l "L- t ' A 3 as The Smart Set is an Organ- ization which was formed to make young people aware of the dangers of drug abuse. This is the second successful year of Smart Set. They spon- sored a bus to every football game for any student that needed a way. "NOW, LET'S HAVE a cheer for the mighty Bulldogs," say students riding on the bus sponsored by Smart Set. Smart Set Provides Buses For All Football Games SMART SET MEMBERS are QROW lj Ruth Castillo, Betty Keeton, Evangeline Huey You, Alicia Barron, Annie Vasquez, Donald Ritchie, Sarah Mena, Willard Martin, Felecia Martin, Angela Owens, Sandra Wilburn, Lawrence Wheaton, Sharon Gay, Vickie Montelongog fRow 21 Ramona Raines, Desiree Ragland, Teresa Hair, Jan Morgan, Olga Saenz, Virginia Briones, Deborah Allen, Joe Calva, Irene Dominquez, Ufemia Mendoza, Pearlie Williams, Sherry Williams, Roy Inceg QRow 3D Frances Walker, Linda Garcia, Helen Martinez, Vangie Rios, Rosemary Castillog fRow 42 Meshille Hill, Tony Goss, Veronica Bill, Josie Oyervides, Viola Martinez, Silvia Gonzales, Victoria Velasquez, Rosalinda Rodela, Sally Avina, Rosa Perez, Rachel Cantu, Janet Rectorg QRow 51 Teresa Rose, Peggy Reise, Mary Hill, Debra Hairston, Billy Holliday, Daniel Pena, Jimmy Jenkins, Bibi Lohmer, Joy Ince, Eddie Watts, David Robinson, Rickey Felmoreg QRow 6j Robert Martinez, Robert Castillo, Jackie Smith, Cassaundra Jones, Pam Sisco, Cecilia Hammonds, John Sparks, Michael jonesg QRow 71 Phyllis Hunt, Tim Rivera, Jay Cheek, Pat Ruth, johnny Martinez, Cindy Powell. VOCT MEMBERS ARE QRow lj David Dewberry, Charles Salone, Steve Sanchez, Lee Powell, Winston Leonard, Gerry Hubbard, Anthony Benson, Larry Roland, Danny Pugh, Henry Jackson, Dennis Jacksong QROW Zj Dermon Williams, Darrell Cantrell, Rito Villareal, James Stewart, Necho Alemendarezg fRow 31 Dennis Adair, Leonard Stephens, Richard Torres, Benny Obregon, Jesse Monning, Gabriel Felipe, Scott Bynm, james Smith, QROW 4j Mario Guary, John Castanon, Raymond Lee, Dandy Davis, Anthony Byles, Daniel Raya, Andres Zavala, Eliberto Sanchez: QROW SQ Benny Moreno, Gary McCune, Carlos Moreno, Jerry Quiroga, Phillip Cortez, Mr. Mike Bigler, Mr. Pedro Valle, Mr. E. G. Stebbins, Andy Wright, Sammie Willis, Phillip Ford, Charles Taylor, Dave Jones, Robert Longoria, Charlie Brown, Steven Mooney. V.Q.C.T., V.I.C.A. Clubs Create Interest In Trades ALL SHOP CLASSES unite to form V.I.C.A., Tech's largest organization. Vgf"g.,' 5, f . ,fy-S. J VO.C.T introduces the freshmen to the various shops and encourages them to join VICA as they continue to progress in the same high standards of workmanship, scholarship, trade ethics, and safety. SV naar-'y-1-f1f'urv'!'v'fr' ,I V.I.C,A.'s purpose is to unite students of voca- tional and industrial shops in the various high schools of the area. Through group action, they develop the ability to plan together and to organize and carry out worthy club activities and projects. .Z-I 1 251: 3771 I 'Iii ' lu! I f D. 5-N QLX xA.'.'Olx ':-'I:.l L. ul f. X ,- -,v 'W , fm 1X4-:I EQ vw ' ning. ,, .gf 33.0, 36' 'sf' . , - :auf - 'ti S C .-'a1,:,' gg,-, .-1,d,.- -4 1.1 I I' , f if H f I 'ffl 1. 17, I, ff Sf 'I JA of ' ', . 'iz X fa fy' '4 g . .,,, "-', I O 2:4 -:-s .:- 54 1 '1' 4' L-Zz?-:lr-gitstef '-5'1" 'G 4. Q 'ix I X 4 tv 1 I a'nrv IIA' , 'nf O ry, I ll f,, 0 p 14 v I 1 ,' ,rev 'lrl S Ms' M sk . G' . :va I 'l'i V r IQ 1 'aw If 'r 4 I Ili H rift 111 III' lla IH if 5 P 'Van if Band Beau Fishes For V. I. C. A. Sweethearts X Pictured in the drawing are Belinda Cano QOEAQ, Diana Magallon QMachinc Shopj, Wanda Kilgore QElectronicsj, joann Cuttlcr 1430 Commercial Artj, Yolanda Sanchez QAircraftj, Jodi Valcnciano lPhotographyj, Sandra Bcrmejo QPrintingj, joy lncc QData Proces- singj, Alicc Barron fDcntal Assistancel, juanita Gentry Qllcfrigcr- ationj, Cynthia Stanley fTechnical Draftingj, Daniel Pena QBand Beaul, Debra Hairston QMill Bt Cabinetj, Rachel Hcrrcra fEngr. Draftingj, Mary Stewart Q440 Commercial Arty, Debra Reese QU- pholsteryj, Mcshcllc Hill fBrickl. 'HZ THIS YEAR'S OFFICERS recite their duties in the initia- tion service. MISS RHODES GREETS some former Data Processing students on Homecoming day. Data Processing ls One OF Our Most Active Clubs OEA DATA PROCESSING members are QROW lj Eddie Watts, Joy Ince, Sandy Mcoilfon Sharon Gay, Bibi Lohmer, Gary Hammer, Viclci Madewellg QROW 2, Miss Joyce Beard, Carol Murkelclove, Deborah Allen, David Lang, Juanita Guzman, Teresa Hair, Miss Elizabeth Rhodesg fRow 3, Jan Morgan, Evelyn Mathews, Sharon Jones, Mildred Irvin, Russell Childress, Dianna Garciag QROW 4j Billy Holliday, Suzanne Hare, Daniel Pena, Pam Conaster, Sofia Velasquez, Sofia Vasquezg QROW Sl Susan Haney, Paulette Collins, Arthur Rosalez, Lyle Medlock, Rickey Fillmore, James Hinsey, Jamie Mercado. I .lj ,A EDDIE WA'I'I'S AND Joy Ince enjoy a nice evening at the OEA Initiation Party held during the first of the year. ' iv' ROSLYN WALKER SMILES because she knows what is about to happen to the unsuspecting juniors. L GARY HAMMER INITIATES two juniors, Bibi Lohmer and Teresa Hair, into the OEA Club. ff-fs X-K M B 5, "MAYBE IF WE stack them high enough, they will reach the moon," think Sharon Gay and Bibi Lohmer. EATING THE DELICIOUS food at the OEA Christmas Party are Sharon Jones, Bibi Lohmer, and Teresa Hair. GARY HAMMER SHOWS Paulette Collins how to really pass the orange. 2 The Future Business Leaders of America and the O.E.A.-VfO.E. clubs are among the most active and largest clubs at Tech. All students taking busi- ness courses are able tol join these outstanding, clubs. Programs are plan- ned for members to learn more about the employ-l ment opportunities thatl are available in the busi- ness jield. They are trained in ofjqce techniques and learn to operate many of fice machines that are widely used in the business offices today. Conventions are held on district, state, and national levels, and Tech is always represented by outstanding students from our school. Skills VOE MEMBERS ARE QRow 1J Phyllis Hunt, Ruth Castillo, Linda Lindsay, Nora Binnion, Debbie Dunlap, Sally Bermejo, Dianah Narvizg QRow ZJ Patricia Elizonclo, Minnie Thomas, Ruth Hawkins, Patsy Mathews, Felecia Martin, Patricia Ruth, and Mrs. Louise Land. V.O.lE., 0.E.A. Clubs Promote Ulfliice OEA MEMBERS ARE QROW 1J Jewel Brown, Janice Tremble, Barbara Blocker, Dianne Zaleski, Shelia Pearson, Irene Dominguez, Kenneth Silmong lRow ZJ Linda White, Frances Mendoza, Carol Gowan, Gloria Garcia, Josie Oyervides, Cynthia Arnold, Maria Quinonez, Laura Ruizg QROW 3J Paula Rodriguez, Pam Hill, Rosalinda Rodela, Shirley Birch, Sondra Chambersg lRow 4J David Cuellar, Debra Hairston, Marcella Ruiz, Belinda Cano, Pat Rodriguez, Gloria Hernandezg QROW SJ Juanita Gentry, Karen Leonard, Beatrice Castillo, Annie Garcia, Rachel Herrera! QROW 6J Rhonda Greer, Meshelle Hill, Bobbie Montgomery, and Rosana Elizondo. Students Interested ln Business Join l:.B.l..A. FBLA MEMBERS ARE QROW 1J Sharon Gay, Sally Bermejo, Mary De LaCruz, Deborah Allen, Leticia Flores, Mrs. Linda Kochg QROW ZJ Velma Foster, Viola Carter, Cynthia Arnold, Josie Oyervides, Ufemia Mendoza, Tommie Trevino, Marla Graves, Victoria Velasquez, Vera Hodgeg QRow 3J Patricia Dixon, Jewel Dixon, Marcella. Ruiz, Sally Avina, Olga Saenz, Rosemary Castillo, Juanita Guzman, Diana Magallon, Edward Mercadog QROW 4J Linda Garcia, Laura Ruiz, David Cuellar, Debra Hairston, lla Wood, Geraldine Cervantez, Jodie Cook, Frank Bernat, and Andre Jenkhm. .ixffluxx NV, qw? Y X gt, K l D ' ', LQ3 . :ig ' 1 Q 2 L- 'M"""V 4 V K N -' ,, , .. 1 lg . J M My ,Y - , iynsii K to if W. V ' ' -i 1 f A . E N is' 5' f fag lllh J ' f 4 5 gig ri 4 ' K 4 .,L. wfN, 9.3 lun 'Sup' 'iz . f. if ' ' ' 93? MATH CLUB MEMBERS are fRow lj Dennis McFarlin, Romano Raines, Lucion Barjasg QRow Zi Joel Carranza, Jackie Lee, Jimmy Sanez, Mr. C. Smith, Freddie Hamilton. Math And Spanish Clubs Interest Students in Learning Activites The Math Club was organized to build a stronger math program at Tech. Although this is the Jqrst year for the club, they are already achieving many accomplishments. They have developed a slide rule team within the club and are working on a Math project for the science fair. The Spanish Club consists of students interested in foreign lan- guage. They are very active out- side of school, such as having car washes and bake sales to raise money for students to attend the State Convention. When members go to the convention, they per- form in festive attire. SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS are QRow ll Mr. Isaac Hernandez, Alicia Barron, Eva Rodela, Rose- mary Castillo, David Cuellar, Yolanda Gomez, Edward Mercado, Dr. Virginia Amosg QROW 21 Isaac Rodriguez, Evelyn Mathews, Joyce King, Rosalinda Rodela, Karen Leonard, Vicki Montelongo, Sylvia Hernandez, Rosemary Rodriguezg QRow 31 Lee Rosales, Daniel Pena, Becky Willars, Wanda Thompson, Mary Rodela, Teresa Jones, Anita Quintero, Robert Rodriguezg QROW 4D Stella Sanez, Billy Holliday, Lucio Barajas, Richard Gonzales, Maria Quintero, Sharon Gay, Sandra Bermejo, Eva Portales, Vicky Hernandez. FI-IA is organized by classes with a chairman in each class. The purpose of the organization is to improve home . . and family life for all members. The F. I-LA. Members Enjoy planning FHA members ser goals for Karim- . . provement, and work toward them all year. Certain projects are undertaken to assist others in the home and com- munity as well as in the school. FHA MEMBERS ARE fRow 11 Amelia Dennis, Sylvia Cabral, Mary Gomez, Glenda King, Helen Martinez, Tommie Trevino, Mary Mendoza, Sandra Ramos, Eva Teal, Sandra Wells, Debra Nolleyg QROW 21 Teresa Hair, Sherry Williams, Yolanda Renteria, Sally Avina, Virginia Riojas, Laura Ruiz, Diana Magallon, Cynthia Jenkins, Gloria Seirano, Cynthia Ford, Donna Minardg fRow 31 Denise Allsbrooks, Earla Henson, Vicki Ford, Mary Vega, Mrs. Moodyg QROW 41 Gay Phemister, Vida Carter, Debra Mata, Dianna Humphery, Sharron Howerth, Vanette Medleng QROW 51 Cynthia Chavez, Shelia Robinson, Connie Morris, Debra Dannell, Evelyn Williams, Starlin Jordan, Linda Johnson, Jodie Cook, Gwen Wellsg QROW 61 Gloria Mendoza, Luerine Jeffery, Myrtle Cooper, Kittie Stoy, Gail Collins, Darlene Sims, Mary Louise Johnson, Judy Swinner, Judy Pack, Mary Auelano, Diana Tejadag QROW 71 Patricia Dixon, Marcella Warren, Doylia Huffstoler, Karen Lutz, Cyncy Herbert, Marvis Medlock, Esther Trevino, Rosalinda Chavarriog QROW 81 Becky Bainbridge, Dena Hodge, Mildred Davis, Patricia South, Rosemary Serrano, Sandra Bermejo, Gloria Garcia, Sherry Hesterg fRow 91 Elma Thomas, Karen Hicks, Teresa Lee, Shirley Lyons, Veronica Bill, Vangie Rios, Connie Elizondo, Hope Camachacho, Jane Thomas, Mary Vasquez, Cecelia Bermejog QROW 101 Sharon Davis, Brenda Parham, Jibbles Lang, Cassandra Jones, Rosemarie Avina, Rose Tejada, Sylvia Randle, Micaela Lopez, Rachel Cantug QROW 111 Donna Foster, Ana Venable, Juanita Cordova, Viola Martinez, Dianne Narviz, Maggie Newton, Carol Alleng QRow 121 Vicky Valdez, Lavonnia Christopher, Martha Garrett, Deach Hyman, Alva Delgado, Ivy Tunstle, Jackie Harrison, Lottie Cumby, Joyce Millerg QRow 131 Nora Williams, Kay Head, Linda Dodd, Nancy Robinson, Wanda Shearin, Carolyn Thompson, Ruth Hawkins, Cecelia Harris, Mary Powell. MAKING COOKIES FOR the Christmas Party PREPARING MORE COOKIES are Joanne Brown, Starling Jor- are Carol Stearns, Eva Alcala, Willard Martin, dan, Viola Carter, and Marilyn Lewis. Karen Wilson, and Judy Swinnea. in 'U OJ CD 7 fl' 25 OJ "1 D U7 EH Qw- S2522 sisemg SW E53 O femgea Wiasii NW N-fn mx-rpQQS vrQQv3: '7s,,.Q-+3-R' 3 TF' Q 05 WTS: O-MQMGQ' Nmsizr SQNQS Qsmg QQ '1'.?rE"F OJ 2. O C an U7 rn- OJ LD CD cn -n 'U 7 O O. C Q. :J LD 3-E WE ES EPO si Q3 ggfb 2? er QE ST' 3 :D W T3 0 C UDQ. 'U 5' 3, 3. Q- 2 E. CD jp Q.. D 2 w G5 E. on 3 D my m U75- 4? Q. m LQ m 37 gssergg 5553352 'gisegs Emsgr,-sg. 553220 EFEMSE NWSWQS' sswexe EV' Rwag Nlgv-G Om Zoegis NSG gs Eiggsmm v0ik?3Tb"s3 Q l is Q' M e ? fl-H+ kg -- f' 2' , J l c 1 f l" y U I' L 9 . ' gli- -Lx-" V X Fi-- , ra X in XXX l l ,wx 5 F Isis: 2' , A is I N ' x ? l xx f . lv- x , C 1 , v illlggqi .- af - yi 7: Q A NEW NAMEPLATE is drawn for each issue by Dale Zelazny. Above is the November issue nameplate. NEWSPAPER STAFF MEMBERS are QROW lj Mr. J. W. Davenport, Miss Sue Ann Sullivan, Kenneth Silmon, Pam Sisco, David Lang, Paula Rodrigl Helen Wilson, Norman Hall, QRow ZJ Janice Morris, Sally Bermejo, Irene Dominguez, Cecilia Sanchez, Jeanette Hill, Sandy McGilton, Wanda Kilgm Juanita Gentry, Mary Hill, Daniel Portales, QROW 3J Karen Brink, Diane Hammer, Dianah Narviz, Rosa Laing, Diana Magallon, Rose Olmos, Cyr: Revada, Linda Miller, James Price, John Duncan, Tony Goss, QRow 4J Rosie Mendez, Norma Johnson, Carolyn Gamez, Frances Chavez, Donald Rite' Michael Oyervides, Kathryn Brown, Becky Bainbridge, Davey Hampton, David Lemons, Fred Galindo, and Lavonda Dunn. l L Q4-g""N v,- ,Z L 1-T ,JJ FRANCES CHAVEZ AND R056 Olmos fseatedj seem to enjoy working on the paper. ALL STORIES MUST be typed before sent to the printer. Sandy McGi1ton and Juanita Gentry prepare copy. LOOKING AT A finished copy of the school paper are David Lang, co-eclitorg Dale Zelazny, assistant editorg Pam Sisco, co-editorg and Norman Hall, business manager. Oil jA25e by David Lang Q aude, JAMA he 1 A butterfly flitters lazily by. A b bl b th 't h Z.r3i51,.Fi?.C.S. 44 without, So and so far" A INCE RECEIVES L 9 Thfouffo I D. A. R. AWARD A whisper 9 Chi11ed,SL " y sandy McGilfon Saying, t'Pause. . Q cfht fth A ' The sparkling dewi ers O e memca Z! 'nually present a 'or girl for out standing The award i Eh? tlnnliferigce tof chased on to service ms S S .a Ou u'leadership, pati. snen The guiltiness of 1 , . , Q I t t dability. This ye. Q S ours O cons rlwent to Jo Ince, a . K .ia A childm,-.3 .m:,.,. ...I y L Like pearls, seem ! beauty. awark 9 Tauzgfrg Food Supplied By Beyosfgsl Spanish given gl Qalmn' The Spanish Club seems to be hgi gl: mldst nmore active this yearg member-. A..-f- moon ship is now at 80. During Oc Its Shado tober the club donated cand Awasted that the members had b ough Andinlflfe from home to give to e Y Tech Cage io ie on LQ Cham 5? at '- p - fd S17.0l Q by Juanita Gentry d011Hf6 SN After a winning season in foot- to Som Ti ball, thc basketball team is readvi the 50? to try its luck, looking foward 1 Green Wave Band ter season. In fac we might very w trict championshii Coach John Gales be the best team by Sharon Gay and Daniel Pena, produced in Size, competed in 'the All Cifv Band and experience O Contest at Farrington ' Tues- Scores Three by Kenneth Silmon The Green Wave Band, guided ze. 9 01 4 . . 9 . wang .7AanLa '66 J gl? A4369 . 7 0 ,nds of Fort by Brendoo in the activ- Thankseioyx' -- iligg tb 9 -omc ys that the band tor" O9 G A an op- greatly since lasrt 5, .XV 6 ti put forth nall mistakes they spt , pain the self- will be improved fowl sfacii Juniors Sponsor plcust .id happii Thanksgivi ,, ictory as ivfli' andy McGiIfon for S V 'lwgxs , ,ff N XX-A r Class sponsored , 3? - l5bx,35g2'xg contest, one of sev Hiflli f X I' ri 'bibif oming activities. Thi 9 ,-,.-.,l-sf N"-' the contest were an I-.X .--' - f " ,wif-,H 1 gat the pep rally. Thi ad a victory over thi Q gy ' by 31.46. Trailing behinn T isi le, Approuchulile, Persistent! Claims Ellen Peel Ai Youth - Involved Assemlil 118 Students ln Work Programs Enjoy Fellowship Through D.E.C.A., I-LEC. Qrganizations D.E.C.A. MEMBERS ARE QRow lj Sherman L. Wilson, Lee Manning, Vickie Bagby, Judy Weldon, Martha Dunnam, Cindy Hester, James Priceg QROW 21 Jack Triplett, Bobby Gentry, Beverly Burris, Sally Wilkinson, Pearlia Williams, Chorlie Benson, Shirley Meacham, Linda Woods. R L , eg is is H.E.C. MEMBERS ARE QRow lj Timothy Tunstle, Anthony White, Carolyn Thompson, Janice Johnson, Mrs. Georgia Turner, Cecelia Smithg QRow 21 Michael Oyervides, Carlos Bermejo, Roland Navejar, Tony Ramirez, Cynthia Ward, Donna Lutker, Rosa Sapieng QROW 3D Anna Garcia, Odessa Branch, Luis Gonzales, Lavene Jones, Lela Burks, Alice Powell, Pauline Moore. Techls D.E.C.A. and H.E.C. programs teach the students through on-the- job training how to accept responsibility, to learn how to cope with different kinds of people, but most ofall to get involved in the working business world. D.E.C.A. students obtain jobs in department stores, while H.E.C. members have jobs relating to home economics. 1 l i l i . 1 l . l l i r l i r P.T.S.A. MEMBERS ARE fRow IJ Mrs. Odis Brimer, Sharon Gay, Vicki Madewell, Mrs. Roger Hunt, Mrs. Earl Davis, Deborah Allen, Rosalinda Rodela, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Jessie Verge, Mrs. John McFarIin, Dr. Virginia Amos, Peggy Miller, Jerry Thomas: QROW 22 Meshelle Hill, Billy Holliday, David Lang, Sandra Ramos, Larry Miller, Ufemia Mendoza, Sharon Johnson, Mr. Eugene Gistg QROW 3J Janice Duncan, Paula Rodriquez, Jackie Wanen, Willard Martin, Kathy Tay- lor, QRow 4J Kenneth Silmon, Barbara Lane, Linda Hastings, Jimmy Saenz, QHGREEN 5. 1-MMBLE TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL GREEN 5, Suzanne Hare, Teresa Hair, Phyllis Hunt, Tony Goss, QROW SJ Luerine 2' if -4 Jeffery, Victoria Velosquez, Darlene Sims, Paulette Collins, Linda Johnson, :TL vi H E Tim Rivera, Pam Conasterg fRow 6J Sarah Mena, Cecil Tinny, Nora E XS' ly 2 Williams, Vicki Proctor, Doylia Huffstetler, Cyndy Herbert, Martha Rangel, .3 Q ' X7 : Laura Ruiz, Sally Avina, Yolanda Renteriag QRow 7J Marcella Ruiz, 2 ' I , R Elizabeth Acrves, James Woods, Kenneth Price, Debra Hall, Daniel Alcala, E , ' E Mary Helen Martinez, Alex Escamilla, Vangie Riosg QRow SJ Beatrice :E ' f '-.Q Q Castillo, Belinda Cano, Diana Magallon, Rose Olmos, Olga Saenz. Z' 6 Z lg ..- 5 2 --Av--..-f"' in O P.T.S.A. Encourages Q 5 Understanding OF 2 3 Problems Encountered Q 3 By Various Age Groups 'E E T N Paren ts, teachers, and students lfzave .5 Q an opportunity to learn more about 53 r" . 1 . I-U one anotlzefs zdeas by lzstenzng to var- gl l ious programs and discussions at P.T.S.A. meetings. The concept of P.T.A. is an old, established one, but Teclz was one of tlze 'Hrst schools to let students become involved in plan- ning and presenting tlze programs. P.T.S.A. P W W A LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP in P.T.S.A. was awarded to Mr. O'Connor Qshown here with his wifej. In a skit prior to the presentation, Dale Zelazny and Pam Sisco imper- sonated Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor. -I 19 ALLIED YOUTH MEMBERS enjoy an outing at a dude ranch in PLAYING PING-PONG ARE Pat Couch, Gary Hammer, Paulette justin, Texas. Collins, and Vicki Dewveall. Allied Youth Shows That Wholesome Fun ls Better Than Resorting To Alcohol, Drugs ALLIED YOUTH MEMBERS are QRow lj Edward Mercado, Paulette Collins, Joy Ince, Bonita Phillips, Vicki Dewveall, Albert DeLaney, Mrs. Shahan: QRow ZQ Gary Hammer, Sandy McGilton, Sheila Coonfield, Dianne Zaleski, Sandra Ramos, Linda Gamez, Sarah Mena, David Lang, Felecia Marting QROW Zj Sondra Chambers, Sharon Gayg QROW 4j Ina Sheehan, Gail Collins, James Hinsey, Jimmy jenkin, Willard Martin, Diana Magallon, Becky Mendoza, Mr. Eugene Gistg QRow Sl Darlene Sims, Ivy Tunstle, Larry Miller, Ufemia Mendozag QRow 62 Lottie Cumby, Ricky Fillmore, Tim Rivera, Phyllis Hunt, Tom Slickg QROW 7j Arthur Rosalez, Jay Cheek, Rex Minard. 0 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY members are lRow li Felecia Martin, Bibi Lohmer, Roy Ince,-Ioy Ince, Teresa Hair, Eddie Wattsg lRow Zi Evelyn Mathews, Billy Holliday, Johnny Overton, Vicki Madewelluianice Tremble, Cynthia Arnold, Barbara Blocker, Carol Gowang lRow 31 Mrs. Georgia Turner, Debra Henderson, Elesia Bowman, Suzanne Hare, Juanita Guzman, Ronny Land, Randy Soudersg Phyllis Hunt, Miss Joyce Beard. Geomerilv A r PHYSKZM ED, Scholars in National i-ionor A Society Tutor Others Who GOVERN Need Academic I-ieip Jou The National Honor Society is an organ- ization formed for those students who achieve above average and excellent grades in school. These students do not rest on past laurels, however, a tutoring program was set up by members of the club to assist Tech students seeking help with academic subjects. Field 7 ' trips, seminars, a breakfast, andapicnic high- lighted the year for these scholars. ' . x 'DRI- F.T.A. MEMBERS ARE lRow lj Mrs. Drake, Ruth Castillo, Maria Quinonez, Yolanda Renteria, Ufemia Mendoza, Irene Dominguez, Vangie Rios, Cecilia Sanchez, Janice Stephens, Sandra Wilburn, Jan Morgan, Olga Saenz, Sofia velasquez, Nathaniel Henderson, Mrs. Beemang fRow 2J Viola Barrientes, Joe Calva, Mary Martinez, Nancy Ramos, Meshelle Hill, Sharon Gay, Pam Conaster, Willard Martin, Pam Sisco, Felecia Matting i lRow 3J Laura Ruiz, Sarah Mena, Helen Martinez, Linda Garcia, Tony Goss, Gloria Garcia, Suzanne Hare, Janie Garner, Rosemary Castillog lRow 4J Josie Oyervides, Veronica Bill, Wanda Young, James Hinsey, Deborah Allen, Joy Ince, Vicky Duarte, Rachel Richardson, Joy Stearns, Donna Mulligang lRow SJ Patsy Hernandez, Sally Avina, Cathy Castillo, Daniel Pena, Sandra Bermejo, Dolores Saldivar, Sally Bermejo,James Muncyg QRow 6J Sandra Ramos, Marvin Malone, John Miller, Juanita Gentry, Anita Munoz, Janice Tremble, Jimmy Garner, David Robinsong lRow 7J Bobbie Montgomery, Wanda Sherin, Billy Holliday, Grady Pittman, Alice Barron, Hubert Millerg QROW 8J Carol Gowan, Phyllis Hunt, Tim Rivera, Pat Ruth, William Shifflett, Gabriel Ramirez, Jay Cheek, Carl Dunaway, Jesse Zamarripa, David Briseno. Future Teachers OF America Go To Dallas Convention Future Teachers of America is for students that are interested in teaching as a career. F.'I1A. mem- bers sold Santa candy-grams and Valentine candy-grams to earn extra money. The F.T.A. State Convention was held in Dallas this year during the weekend of February 25. All of the members that attended had an interesting time. HIS JAMES BOND really staying here," say hopeful members. Y A 1 m 2' N r Q. ff, me 1552- wa'-W if '55 AQ... DIANNE ZALESKI IS very tired after F.T.A.'s arrival in Dallas. MRS. BEEMAN LOADS the car as F.T.A. members prepare to leave for Dallas. 5 9 "THEY TRIED TO arrest us, but we got away," say 3 Ernest Rosalez, Jan Morgan, Terry Burgess, Nancy Ramos. "GOING UP?" SAY F.T.A. members while at the Dallas Con- vention. , 'gg .. .,,, , .ff QW . w - Q "HOW DO YOU get this thing open?" wonders Nancy Ramos. "WAKE UP, SLEEPHEADV' says Janice Stephens to -Ian Morgan. 123 5+ wx! -N fa za-. 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Q i5?3TfQ5fffk"?f V A' gf? , ft' lk i . ga., 5 ,Z x ' t ,5 - Q Q tv, X , if?li'?jri?L,Q,3Y,".f-,mfg' ,Q ' ifi' lp,5,,,i'fM A f ,lf ' my KA M 1 M ' 1 , mmf? 3 X 1 2 A 2 gfzjjiffz xiii 452 2:55, 5' , L 2 57 g 'yy .F Wgkfli-1, ' Q11 1 1 MKVL , I WMA 4 'IXQYQQQ in 1 as :Half ' 51135511 fi 'HP' 5 E 39? 'W N ' ? V -. J vw , gr :ff-ia?g,fQf X , - ' 1 ,- 1 ff' flffigxfi' 5' A- J- .fir,,A.!1,a4:i',L. . ...bv ALEX ESCAMILLA NATHANIEL HENDERSON RHONDA GREER BRENDA MILLER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer " 11 SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS are Mrs. Ammann, Mr. Russell, Miss Smith, and Mr. Valle. Seniors Select Qesponsible Leaders For Class OF '72 r-1 CECILIA SANCHEZ IUANITA GENTRY DIANNE ZALESKI Historian Parliamentarian Reporter ,J K' are sfutzfef Johnny Aceves Daniel Alcala Darlene Al Annette Anderson William Anderson Virginia Avett Rebecca Bainbridge Joe Barrera Mary Barrera Alice Barron R: ,7 Viola Barrientes Doris Benton exander Jeannie Allen Alice Amador if g reee 1 .i l A 2 is i f V ig EI' , K ,,aa vj.,.j! m X 1' i s-Seam A a i e A 5 'I -frgf Q ' V . A 1 t ,P , 3 lli 4 f e Qz -i ' ' 2 ARTI John Lennon. Senior Reese also designed the '72 annual cover. ST JOHN REESE displays his creative skills by doing a water color of 127 Francisca Bermejo Sally Bermejo David Berry Nora Binnion Barbara Blocker Buford Blocker Odessa Branch David Briseno Docas Brumbalow George Burcie Terry Burgess David Butler Juanita Cabello Laura Calnral Weldon Campbell Belinda Cano Rachel Cantu Janice Carouthers Willie Casrellon Robert Castillo If ,I 11--.ar Ita -ma "4if'fl'.?' 'Mfr- 1' '?""TZY Rosemary Castillo Ruth Castillo Frances Chavez jay Cheek Paulette Collins Sandra Comer ll . Darrell Chambers Sondra Chambers Russell Childress Steve Chittenden Sheila Coonfield Edward Cooper Ester Chapa Kenneth Clark Manuel Coronado Jimmy Cortez "I GET A Kick Out of You," sing Mr. Gist and students Alice Barron, Daniel Alcala, Raul Rodriquez, Luis Gonzales, Felix Martinez, Debra Hairston, Fred Comelison, james Price, Lyle Medloclc. 129 ,nu 'Q qw-f-'fe' Patricia Couch David Crisrilles Marie Cruz Debbie Davls Glenda Davis James Davis 239' Jimmy Cortez Douglas Dancer Glenna Davisson Gail Dennis W-M-N gm: M. "LET'S HURRY UP and climb down before our 7th period class discovers that we're gone," shouts Miss Powell to Mrs. Murphy. Lottie Cumby Mildred Davis Albert Delaney Vicki Dewveall -Q. 'Uv 41 ,nl 413' 4, fl ii wx 'flak x we-" Ernest Dial Daniel Diaz johnny Diaz Doris Dill Irene Dominguez Larry Donnell Janice Duncan Debbie Dunlap Lavonda Dunn Rosana Elizondo Horacio Elizondo Charles English Alejandro Escamilla Michael Espanet Cecil Evans Gloria Flores Fred Galinclo Mary Gallardo Carolyn Gamez joe Garcia li Margarita Garcia Luiz Gonzales Debbie Haggard Gary Hammer ---aqqh Mary Garcia jimmy Garner Juanita Gentry Arthur Gonzales Anthony Goss Carol Gowan Rhonda Greer Juanita Guzman Debra Hairston Davey Hampton Seniors View "Macbeth" Film Cn Norman Hall Susan Haney Deborah Hamilton ,, Diane Hammer Alvin Hanson James Harris 'Tx '73, l David Harrison Ruth Hawkins Douglas Haynes Kay Head Linda Heath Doris Henderson Nathaniel Henderson Alvin Henning Carl Hernandez Christine Hernandez + b fxt N l ecem er I ,fo ry N ' X! f U Jggsf' j ,N in In ag 'N 1 'RCB 'qv""T9 'Nw-ff Hilario Hernandez Margarita Hernandez Mario Hernandez Ramon Hemandez f-4? 1-3 NP-m.,,,,-, "IS THAT LIZARD the meat dish or a visitor," Mr. O'Connor asks Mrs Ammann. Rachel Herrera Raul Herrera Jeanette Hill Mary Hill Meshelle Hill James Hinsey Michael Horn Linda Houston Delores Howard Carl Hubbard Spirited Seniors I-lead Newspaper Drive HQ. "THE CLOSER HE gets, the more he needs Noxzemaf' Joe Calva and Craig Hunt Phyllis Hunt Sarah Mena greet each other in the hall. Ramona Ibanez Mafia Iloff 45. Joy Ince Robert Ingram Tommie Jackson Mary Jimenez Emmitt Johnson Glen Johnson Jackie Johnson Janice Johnson Norma Johnson Cassandra Jones 'S 'Q' f-s, Q Ralph Jones Ricky Jones Annie Kemp Michael Keener Roger Keeney Betty Keeton Wanda Kilgore Ira King Joyce King Frances Komisarz Terry Kuhlman Rosa Laing Samarian Lane Alfred Lee John Lee Sharon Lee David Lemons Karen Leon Roy Liles Linda Linsay Peter Lohmer Daniel Lopez Elis Lopez Freddie Lopez George Lopez Mike Lopez James Love Patricia Love Susie Luck Jerry McKnight 11, "' qfig? -'U 'Ns 'ik 5 fits s.,,.Af2' Sandra McGilton Wendell McLemore Diana Magallon Lee Manning Arthur Martin Felecia Martin Willard Martin johnny Martinez Sharon Mason Patsy Mathews Seniors Set Pace For Unclerclassmen To Follow N 02 W ,1 "GUYS, THERE'S MORE than one girl in this school," explains Arthur Wade to Adolph Hawkins and Gary Antoine as they surround Meshelle Hill. Shirley Meacham Lyle Medlock Sarah Mena Harvey Mendez Jaime Mercado Brenda Miller Larry Miller Linda Miller Mary Ann Miller Rebecca Miller Bobbie Montgomery Timothy Montoya Don Mooney Stephen Mooney Patricia Moreland jesse Moreno Joe Mosley Paula Mosley Donna Mulligan Carlos Munoz Carol Murkeldove Frank Murray -aa., -IDN so L Dianah Narviz Dianne Narviz Donny Narviz Roland Navejar Debra Navert Jimmy Newhouse Magnolia Newton Cory Nichols Lezley Nichols Gordon North Emilio Nunez Rose Olmos Henry Owens Gayle Oxford Michael Oyervides Jose Pabon Shelia Pearson Belinda Perez Rosalinda Perez Bonita Phillips 4 Pl D ' lP l "MAN, THIS DRINK is an eye-opener!" Syndicated columnist Ellen James edger Ame Ona es Peck gives her views on current topics to Principal O'Connor and stu- dent reporter Pam Sisco. AS 'fel' X Yr N xg ,.-' , fi " ' ,ge x ' f . , g A Y , . , 4 X o,.f Leonard Phillips Mary Picha Seniors Lead Un First Nine Weeks l-lonor Roll David Porter Miguel Quintanar fl! Allen Powell Gabriel Ramirez Willie Powell Gregory Ramos James Price Maria Quinonez R Martha Rangel Debra CCSC 5+oib It Q El I YUQ I wi' is VY: "BUT MISS SMITH, you know I wouIdn't skip your class," protests Debra Hairston. my, Rachel Renteria Elias Reyes Timothy Rivera Tony Robertson David Robinson Paul Rodriguez Paula Rodriguez Rita Rodriguez Steve Rodriguez Arthur Rosalez Laura Ruiz Patricia Ruth Rosalie Salas Dolores Salclivar Cecilia Sanchez Perry Scott john Serry Louis Shannon William Shifflett Kenneth Silmon Elizabeth Slack -Iacquelyn Smith Larry Smith johnny South Gary Speck Ethel Spencer Joy Stearns Cynthia Stevens Mary Stewart Norma Stoy Randy Sweeney ,f....N 'YS -'U' 'Cwjy .ps-tg. Barbara Talley Leon Taylor Effelda Teal Minnie Thomas . ,.-Af 'P "DID THE KITTEN lose his mitten?" asks juan Valle to Jose Pabon. Nancy Thomas -:Ex Vickie Thomas Carolyn Thompson Ronnie Thompson Thomas Tidwell Brenda Tillmon Terri Townsend Janice Tremble ,ACI ,jr ,P Peter Trevino Tommie Trevino Randy Triplett Ramona Tubb l 143 1 -.W Timothy Tunstle Robert Valentine Juan Valle Steve Valle Charles Vargas Annie Vasquez Robert Vela Curtis Wade Joyce Wagner Roslyn Walker Diana Ward Kerry Ward Jackie Warren Billy Washington Edward Watts Gary Weaver Kenneth Weaver Diane Webb Kathryn Wetsel Anthony White yr., Brenda White Sarah Willars Beatrice Williams Jacquelyn Williams Johnnie Williams Nora Williams Sherrie Williams Tony Willis Helen Wilson Virginia Wilson Sen lors Earn 3583.63 Sel l 1 ng Victory Ll nks Dianne Zaleski Jesse Zamarripa ICR Mary Zavala K NS, S 9 COME ON, SMILE! Carolyn Thompson, Grady Pittman, and Beverly Ausbie seem to have that good old Tech spirit. 14 'Q S V .fi or ,ff ij Q J itiii , 'UQ - . . .7 V"""" ' DANIEL PENA DAVID LANG DEBORAH ALLEN President Vice-President Secretary 6 S A . S S . x Orly 0 TERESA HAIR Treasurer N JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS are Mrs. Long, Mr. Mitchell, and Mr. Fonville. Junior Leaders Take Part In Student Activities SHARON GAY Reporter 4-'rrp MAGDALENA MONTALVO ROY INCE Historian Sergeant-at-Arms x Elizabeth Aceves Margaret Adams Mary Arrellano Beverly Ausbie '1 Letha Baker Danny Barnes Chorlie Benson Patricia Barlow David Barrientes Sandra Bermejo Deborah Allen johnny Alvarez Garrion Antone Cynthia Arnold Johnny Autry Avina DOIl3ld sPH 5 NWELL, PVE NEVER seen a drawing of Miss McRoberts in a mini skirtf' says Mrs. Blair. n A ,Q - i we xy! 1. , C Veronica Bill Shirley Birch Elesia Bowman Jewell Brown Lela Burkg Par Bums Beverly Burris Teresa Camacho Janet Carter Beatrice Castillo Cathy Castillo Gloria Castillo Cl "WOW, I'D LIKE to talk to that referee after the game," says 148 Norman Hall to Paul Vasquez. John Brovsm Ruth Cantu Karen Cavender Cindy Clements Mike Cone Jerry Buford Manuel Carranza George Chavarria Pam Conatser Myrtle Cooper Com madbfg N K J J-i'5'Kn1.nn1'f ' xl! MY NAME is Nancy Ramos. Wll3t,S rs?" , I ii if ,J . LAND PREPARES a lesson on how NOT ange a typewriter ribbon. f 'Q' I in Rx rx li X X fel Robert Cortez jackie Craig Gloria Crawford David Cuellar Christine Curiel Beverly Davis Patricia Dean Vickie Dempsey Jewel Dixon Joe Duncan Mary Dunlap Martha Dunnam Beatries Edwards Bruce Essex Emily Flores Ernest Flores Rosie Flores Sammy Flores Santos Flores Norman Foster Mable Freeman Marie Gagliardo Gloria Gamez Angelita Garcia Anna Garcia Annie Garcia Dianna Garcia Gloria Garcia Janie Garner Johnny Garner Cheryl Gay Sharon Gay Shelia Gentry Mike Gifford jimmy Glenn Mary Gomez I 'r N O ,-If l "I'D LIKE TO teach the world to sing . . ." harmonize Qfront rowj Ruth Castillo, Richard John, Randy 1:0 Sweeneyg Qback rowj Dale Zelazny and Mr. Harper, ajournalism student teacher. 'S Juanita Gonzales Frankie Graves Marla Graves Donald Griffin Larry Griffith Debbie Grigsby David Guajardo Joe Gullette Elmo Guyden "I'LL TAKE DALLAS by ten in the Super Bowl," Mr. Edmondson tells joe Duncan in bookmaking--er, book- keeping class. i ? Tens .tsmlUOUrais MRS. MAIN AND Mrs. Miller react to Dunbar's gridiron promise with a good ole Bulldog GROWL! Juniors Anticipate Teresa Hair Leonard Hall Freddie Hamilton Suzanne Hare Evonda Harless Linda Hastings Class Qings Arrive i5i Russel Haynes Peggy Hearne Robert Hedgpeth Debra Henderson Cindy Hester Edward Hickman Kenneth Higdon Sharon Hill Faye Holder Bill Holliday Jannitt Holmes Evangeline Huey-You Beverly Humphrey Dianna Hutchins Paulette Hyman Roy Ince Mildred Irwin Andrew Jackson Ella Jackson Ronnie Jackson Wanda jackson Luerine Jeffery Andre Jenkins John Johnson Michael johnson Rosie Johnson Deryl Jones Jeffery jones Leonard Jones Sharon Jones PV' rr Valentine Juarez Scott Kaether Evelyn Kimball Adrian Kindles Carolyn King Glenda King Scott Kirtley Denise LaHue Ronny Land Barbara Lane David Lang Stephen Lawson Ronnie Lee Paula Lehr Harold Loftis Gerald Logan Bibi Lohmer Frank Lopez Raul Lopez Ezekiel Lorres Frank Lucio Donna Lutker Randy McCain Mary McDonald Vicki Madewell Lawrence Martin Sharon Martin Aurora Martinez Rebecca Martinez Evelyn Mathews W 14. '-nf... Raymond Medrano Frances Mendoza Ruben Mendoza Maria Milan William Miller Magdalena Montalvo Pauline Moore Juan Moreno Janice Morris Vicki Moss James Muncy Anita Munoz 2 'V If PM . U, .Y ?' I . :M ...g if ,,.,,,,,. ,, AA: i1i.g5'ff3 , 'af X. vi A , ff- .ali 2' i ii a ,V 2 li. gi .ii I '33 John Nordhoff Dee Oster "YES, MR. O'CONNOR, your new hair piece changes your whole appearance," comment Betty Keeton, Juanita Gentry, and Meshelle Hill to David Robinson. Pam Miller Jan Morgan Brenda Newton Garry Miller David Morgan Diane Musgrave Y x Luis Olague Richard Ortegon Johnny Overton Josie Oyervides E s ! X 1 . 9 J xx 6 HX L: Y. ff Af BI. PHOTOGRAPHER TERRY Burgess takes a "Wanted" picture of cky Escamilla. "MAYBE THE TEACHER will think I'm taking art lessons over the radio," remarks Leonard Hall as Jeffery Jones works in the background. Juniors Sponsor Victory Linlcs -if if .,.rs 1 as 1 tgt .Q : o ' In j k , rv gurl 5? -. W . Ja" ' 1 X-4" 4' A ' TQ.. 'fs If Preston Payton Daniel Pena Micaela Perez Robert Perry Paula Pitts Eva Portales Alice Powell Charles Powers Carlos Quijas Beatris Ramirez Juanita Ramirez Tony Ramirez Maria Ramos Nancy Ramos Beatrice Rangel Benito Rangel Yolanda Renteria Rachel Richardson 155 Yolanda Riojas John Rodriguez Olga Saenz Oscar Sims Tommy Swanson Vangie Rios Robert Rivera Steven Robards Alice Roberts Irene Rodriquez Louis Rodriguez Nina Rodriguez Isabel Rosales Virginia Rosalez Marcella Ruiz il - L55 lfiflw sig, if , L N w .5 V ' , 'i" by 'Q r S ' X W s Jihhf N32 .tw H xi 1 'lv Wil Linda Salas Rosa Sapien Amanda Schultz Danny Sides James Simpson Cecelia Smith Wanda Smith Michael Spencer Tom Spencer Dick Stebbins Kathy Taylor Doris Thompson Cecil Tinncy Sandy Todd Jodi Valenciano Paul Vasquez jose Vega Rosalincla Vega Sofia Velasquez Randy Vines Arthur Wade Cynthia Ward Frank Washington Steve West Lawrence Wheaton Linda White Samantha White F Sandra Wilburn Kerry Williams Pearlie Williams Mary Wilson Linda Woods Lettie Wools Arthur Zavala Lynn Zumwalt Sherry Williams Johnny Wilson Leroy Wilson DEBORAH COLWELL AND Troy Brimhall act out a scene from Mark Twain's "Cele- brated Jumping Frog" as Juanita Sanchez narrates. fi 4' X ROBERT CANTU MOLLY GAMEZ BARBARA HERRERA President Vice-President Secretary A , 3 5' YOLANDA SANCHEZ DESIREE RAGLAND FRANCES WALKER Treasurer Reporter Parliamentarian Sophomore Qiiticers Demonstrate Their Ability To Work SOPHOMORE CLASS SPONSORS are Mr. Woods, Miss Powell, and Mrs. Cochran. A 7. 1 gf' A xiii fr H-- Angie Abel Dennis Adair Luther Alexander Joanne Alvarez Bobby Amador John Ames Michael Baulsey Gale Behrens Laura Belew Ricardo Bermejo Norma Bernal Frank Bernat Sofia Blancarre Bobby Blocker Charlotte Bowen Loretta Bowman Virginia Briones Edward Briseno Sylvia Brock Denise Allen Brooks Jennie Brown Victoria Brown Alex Bullard Rosalinda Cabral Aurora Cabrera Loretta Callender John Calva Annie Camacho Dianne Cannon Steve Cantrell Robert Cantu Brindle Canyon Connie Carnahan Beverly Carter Hortense Chatmon Hope Chavez Helen Chelf David Chittenden Darlene Ciemenski john Clark jim Coffman Annie Comacho Carl Comacho Justin Cooper Mary Cooper Patricia Cooper Dandy Davis Sharon Davis Mary De La Cruz Ruby Dozier James Driver Carl Dunaway Isaac Espinosa Mike Fellcner Cheri Ferguson Randolph Ferguson Leticia Flores JoAnn Foster Donald Fox Frankie Galindo 4? S we 3 X I-fun.,., YF' df' QE' as ,ie 5 s it I G 'H 5 fe fa :-are X ll 5, QN 'lx' LQCANS 4 aff? X. 'U x x 37 -Q 'QL -. Q x , fu N- , ff"Jw f, ' If Q yen Molly Gamez Felix Garcia Larry Garcia Tony Gomez Barry Goss Alfredo Granado Terry Graves Carman Gray Laura Guzman Helen Gwynn Queen Hafford Debra Hall Margaret Gonzales Gerald Greener Delores Hall Silvia Gonzales Jesse Guerrero James Hall 2 M lx "THE MORE WE read the sleepier we getf, . J Cecilia Hammonds Katherine Hampton Billy Hardin Joyce Harris Brenda Hearne Delbert Hembey Donald Henderson I ,A 42 Hank Henson ' 1 V Cynthia Hernandez A 'e i Josette Hernandez A Barbara Herrera Gilbert Herrera Cheryl Herron Twyla Higgins Beverly Howard f 7 1 Sophomores Study Shal4espeare's Julius Caesar Debbie Hughes Ruby Humphrey Eddie Ingram , X we gg xp ' ,..,i, '.'IiT'S A FUNNY thingg the accounting machine stopped running when the sophomores were being processed." james Hinsey, Diane Webb, Norman Hall, and Annette Anderson seem puzzled by it all. '14 5 'if ,f ,pf yy mi, V., JD 9, an Q9 li "MIRROR, MIRROR ON the wall in just a few years the hair will stand call," says Randy Wright. David Jackson Frances Jackson Karen Jackson jimmy Johnson Karen Johnson Samuel johnson Israeljuarez Kathlene Kafka Billy Kuhlman Michael James Bobby Jones Barbara Lackey Richard John Billy Johnson Cassaundra Jones Theresa Jones Karen Land Cheri Lang 35 iii ,, .,., ,, .. sw: uma f "COME ON, HONEY! Help me build a new cafe- teria," says Debra Hairston to jess Powell, Chester Czajkowski, and Lynn Zumwalt. 1 Ginger McDaniel Cheryl McFarlin Jose Lara Marilyn Law Valgrie LeD0ux David Lehr Kathy Loftis Beth LOhmCl' Connie Lopez Barbara McBride Marvin Malone Joane Marchioni Debra Marcus Eleazar Martinez Elsa Martinez Robert Martinez Teri Martinez Yolanda Matamoros Cathy Miller john Miller Linda Miller Loyce Miller Rex Minard Jerri Mitchell Martha Molina Glen Monasco 164 Nancy Moore Juanita Nunez Johnny Perez Janice Powell David Raines J Q' 'ii-+J,' E 5 ,gf as .J , Dale Moreland Charlie Owens Yvonne Perez Kenneth Price William Ralston 1 X, ski: .ii Royce Morgan Ronald Morrison Daniel Munoz George Neaves Peg Owens Iris Pal:-on Art Parramore Freddie Perez Orise Perry Betty Pfannstiel Jody Porter Cindy Powell U f fd ,N 7 r Vi Vicki Proctor Eddie Quinonez Lupe Quintanar Desiree Ragland Julie Ramirez Mary Ramirez Rachel Ramirez Jerry Ramon Victor Ramos Janet Rector Roseanne Rescendez Karen Robbins Daniel Rodriguez Michael Rodriguez Ralph Rodriguez Don Sadler Patricia Sadler Charles Salone Yolanda Sanchez Antonio Sanders Pansy Scott Renee Scott John Sparks Paul Stanley Bobby Stearns Carol Stearns Walter Steigerwalt Victor Stephens Galen Stevens Clarence Stoy Paul Strickland Tim Stults Senneth Surita Sharon Tarleton john Taylor Diana Tejada Elma Thomas Wanda Thompson SKI 5523 Gif Q sm 1 , Q f ' as '31 VWLGY Qfq X X MS f XS! WS? fiikfs x.Z l in ,bl .wif KX' . ' -- J ,ffm E liz' 'S A i X , V 5 HWOWI WOMEN'S LIB is taking over Machine Shop," remarks Joe Haley as Cynthia Chavez and Gwen Walls smile at his reaction. Laura Tobias Adelida Torres Ivy Tunstle Carmen Tyrone Manuel Valle Gloria Vallejo David Vasquez Sylvia Vasquez Herman Villalovos Juan Villarreal Jenny Wagner Frances Walker Waymond Wallace Ronald Washington Windle Watkins Jean Waugh Stephen Webb David West Dennis Wheeler Becky Willars Beverly Williams Cliff Wilson Jim Wilson james Woods James Younger Sophomores Add Zest To Pep Qallies E ev' fir s is g R 1 ! f, MARY ANN RODELA EDWARD MERCADO LYDIA PORTALES President Vice-President Secretary FRESHMAN CLASS SPONSORS are Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Shahan, and Mr. Bottlinger. Freshmen Select Able Officers For Guidance L JAMES SWANNER VELMA FOSTER BEATRIZ MONTALVO Treasurer Reporter Parliamentarian i cf ,i 1 yxgmxy F M. Larry Adams Carol Allen Joel Allen Margaret Allen David Alvarez james Andress joe Andrews Leri Arreguin Lisa Ashton Dynighous Ausbee Larry Autry Ricky Avina Cindy Bargas Rolando Barragan Aaron Battle Marshall Batts Larry Bays james Bennett Anthony Benson Cecelia Bermejo Melinda Bermejo Robert Black Tommy Brooks John Butts Scott Bynum ' Raymon Cabello Hope Camacho Norma Camacho Raymond Camarillo Gilbert Campos I Ja. ia W . i wr Darrell Cantrell Geraldine Ceruantez Albert Contreras Barry Davenport "I THOUGHT YOU said y Fgiater to Steve McGuire. Debbie Carlson Joel Carranza Ernest Cary Nick Castillo Sherry Cato Rosalinda Chavarria Cynthia Chavez Cindy Chazaretta Billy Chelf Gail Collins John Cooper Rodney Cooper Larry Copeland Bernardo Cortez Cathy Couch Dale DeLaney Dora DeLeon Alva Delgado Karen Demmings Amelia Dennis ou weren,t ticklishf' remarks M. C. Dolores Derden Linda Dodd Michael Dominguez vi 'S '22 we-'f ,gig X 5: "5 Pav 'f ff?- -b . f f 1' ' ' Q21 Q 4, an rr. Sli, 11,2 31, A 3 , ww' .. N 6 Rig'-M Q Viv! 'El' ? ., , . S ,FAQ ,r . y.. J X'-,,', R Debra Donnell Danny Dunlap Mike Easterday Richard Espinosa Brad Fairley Vivian Faith Gabriel Felipe David Fenn Brenda Fields Maria Fontecchio Vicki Ford Velma Foster Russell Fox Eddie Galindo Linda Gamez Alex Garcia Frank Garcia Linda Garcia Clara Gomez Alex Gonzales Maggie Gonzales Richard Gonzales Jerry Grant Gloria Graves Mary Guerrero Helen Gwynn David Hare Sheila Harless Douglas Heath Carla Henson Cyndy Herbert Alice -Hernandez Christa Hernandez Irene Hernandez Olga Hernandez Sylvia Hernandez Sherry Hester Karen Hicks Vera Hodges Jimmy Hoffman Rudy Holmes Doylia Huffstetler Nelson Irvin Jeffery James Mancelino Jimenez Q? E .r 5 or J,y rlsoo 5 5 Freshmen Take Introductory Courses To Shops h Sh J hnson Sharley Kidd Linda Komisarz Debra johnson Dennis johnson Linda Jo nson aron o Paul Komisarz Debby Kuhn Sharon Lee Teresa Lee Winston Leonard Marilyn Lewis al-1 jerry Linney Micaela Lopez Mike Lowry Karen Lutz Rose Lyons Shirley Lyons Carl McBride Gary McCune Dennis McFarlin Samuel McGee Steve McGuire Beverly McLane Juelya Madden Aura Mancilla Don Mann Sally Mann Jesse Manning Sandra Manning Pete Martinez Richard Martinez Thomas Martinez Viola Martinez Delia Mata Vincent Matamores Shirley Mays Patricia Medford Laurita Medlock James Mendez Alfred Mendoza Edward Mercado Debbie Miller Joyce Miller Joe Mills Beatriz Montalvo Gloria Montalvo Larry Moore Benny Moreno Patricia Moss Toni Moss Tony Mulligan Sylvia Murrell Benny Nail Joey Nelson Karen Norwood jesus Nunez Sabino Obregon Pamela O'Dell Jackie Oliver Richard Olsen Roger Ortegen Elma Ortiz Judy Pack Brenda Parham Bobby Parker Bryan Parks Billy Perez Delia Perez Ben Peterson Gay Phemister Lydia Portales 2:3-'-'sv Arthur Powell Josie Ramirez Peggy Reese Ramona Raines Ruben Rangel James Robinson Rodriguez Ezekiel Pulomo Robert Ramos Samuel Richardson Nancy Robinson Q. 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Most Likely To Succeed S 1 2 s' , E . I E 5 Q 1 2 2 f 1 1 1 5 z E Y 5 I R V , 1 2 -. S I 1 1 K , 3 . . W Q -, i -6-db Sf Joy lnce Norman Hall 185 V Most Athletic h ,t.Hx ,,., 4' A M' . 44 I-lubert Miller Juanita Gentry 186 I Most Talented Dale Zelazny Pam Sisco 187 I Most Cooperative Terry Burgess Brenda Miller Most Courteous Felix Martinez Irene Dominguez N V t INV. , ,, it H, ,,- Kp K 3 x 5, Q ix t X x .W Va ,. t ZWM 190 Most Attractive Martha Rangel Daniel Alcala W ri ., ,, 5 Wm: ,..w-a Jw. ,,,M,WN haw 4, Im-my .Nh 5-, 515 E x I 1 3 f QL ht -A-4 JU' 4 E 1 Most Outstanding Senior In Each Subject Selected To Receive Whds Who I-lonor W-.0 SYLVIA HUNTER JOE MOSLEY BRENDA MILLER English Math History DALE ZELAZNY LINDA HOUSTON FERNANDO CARBONI journalism Biology ' Chemistry ARTHUR MEAKIN NORMAN HALL ROSEMARY CASTILLO DAVID BROCK Physics Speech Spanish Engineering-Drafting Who's Who Medals Given To 38 Top Seniors WILLIAM SHIFFLETT RANDY MORGAN Tech Drafting Drafting if 'ff' . , f' . I f .GS I - -' ' 1 fu ' --'- ' f l 1,i . ,4, ,,...-f --' Lal I . ferret Li 'fi' flfTf ' 1 .. D CAROL GOWAN PAM SISCQ Bookkeeping VOE Shorthand JOHN REESE Com. Art MIKE ESPANET JOY INCE Ceramics Data Processing lil! PHYLLIS HUNT DIANE HAMMER DAVID CHRISTILLES VOE Cooperative Cosmetology ROTC MARIO HERNANDEZ JUANITA GENTRY ARTHUR ROSALEZ JAMES LOVE SHARON HOWETH Boys' P.E. Girls' P.E. Band Photography Pre-Employment Child Development One senior student in each subject is selected every year as a recipient of the Who's Who medal. The students are selected on the basis of scholastic ability and achievements. In some areas in which several teachers are in- volved in making a selection, special tests are given to the students nominated in that subject, in order to make ajqnal selection. FRANCES KOMISARZ NANCY GAIL THOMAS STEPHEN MOONEY H.E.C.E. Dental Assisting I.C,T. 14"- BUFORD BLOCKER MIKE REEVES MIGUEL QUINTANAR DONALD CREENER JOSE DAVID PABON Aeronautics Diesel Mechanics Auto Mechanics Welding Machine Shop J , FRED GALINDO TONY ROBERTSON CARL HERNANDEZ LOUIS SHANNON CEDRIC THOMPSON Printing Upholstery Household Appliance Repair Refrigeration and Bricklaying Air Conditioning Norman Hall As he slew Macbeth on Tech's drama stage, so Norman Hall stabs at young maidens' hearts. His flirtations reach beyond the fairer sex, however, and culminate in the jqner arts. This innate artistic nature has won him many honors, many awards, and much pleasure. In the january stage version ofMacbetl1, he portrayed Macduff while over a local tele- vision station on February 26 he portrayed Macbeth. This talented actor won Whols Who in Speech. Norman is the business manager of the Tech Bulldog, parliamentarian of the stu- dent council, a member of the Spanish Club, and a varsity basketball star. Any position related to broadcasting or the newsjqeld would suit Norman well. For the past two years he has taken Data Processing. In his spare time, he plays basketball, golf goes fishing, and, ofcourse, flirts with beauti- ful girls. A Joy Ince "I came to Tech to get the best education that I could possibly get. Tech has the jqnest business courses in the nation." This philos- ophy summarizes joy Ince's career record at Tech. For the past two years she has been a member of the National Honor Society, of which she is now secretary. On March 21 she was awarded the Outstanding West Texas Scholar Award. If there was ever a lady "Bull- dog," joy would be it. She has eaten up every award imaginable in grand "Tech" style. joy's major is Data Processing, she is OEA- Data Processing Sweetheart and has won Who's Who in Data Processing. Somehow between being vice-president of the Bulldoggers, treasurer of Allied Youth, Future Teachers of America, Smart Set, stu- dent council, and annual staff member, joy maintains a 4.0 average. The "Most Likely to Succeed" of 1972 plans to go to the University of Texas at Arlington or Texas Wesleyan College. The amazing attitude joy has when awarded is al- ways, "Who? .Me?"As down-to-earth as country music, joy has kept her honors and awards to herself To put the icing on the cake, however, she has old-fashioned, honest- to-goodness school spirit. 1 f l x I I l Mr. And Miss Tech OF IQ72 il HW? ,N. ,ff Joy lnce Norman Hall Mr. And Miss Tech First Qunners-Up ete uamta 1 S Lohmer 7 Y x .g y f K' XX S The deep voice that greets you at lzalftime football games . . . the tall, smooth-looking young man tower- ing over a public podium . . . the collected reasoning of a bargainer in administrative debates . . . leading cheers on the bus from school outings , . . tlze wrinkled brow laboring over a drafting board . . . these are the many faces of Pete Lohmer. Pete has won many awards and honors while at Tech, including Young Texan of the Month from the Breakfast Optimist Club and American Legions Boys' State, 1971. The Spring Follies Talent Show of1968 was written and directed by him, as well as the founding of the local Smart Set Club. His service in the Bulldoggers, Allied Youth, PTSA, and newspaper staff have won Pete the admiration and respect of his faculty andfel- low students. Although an Engineering-Drafting major, Pete plans to study forestry, wildlife, and oceanography at Texas A 8' M. 196 Gentry During the summer of '72 you might see a Techite the summer olympics. juanita Gentry, on the v ball, basketball, tennis, and badminton teams, plans become a physical education instructor, what a she has. She is enthusiastic, intelligent, energetic, has agreat sense of humor. As senior class parliamentarian and president of P.E. Leaders, Juanita has displayed charm and re sibility to sponsors and peers. Other clubs she is volved in are Smart Set, student council, F Teachers, OEA-Shorthand, Science Club, PTSA, the newspaper staff Juanita has been selected VICA Sweetheart, ball Princess, Most Outstanding Student in Physical ucation in both her sophomore and junior years, Who Who in P.E., and Most Athletic Girl. She is a varsity cheerleader, skates, dances, and majoring in stenography. The Olympic Committee still be trying to catch her in September, but they have to travel to college to get her. Mr. And Miss Tech Second Qunners-Up Pam Jesse Slsco On Marsh 1 7 Pam Sisco received a scholarship to the University of Texas at Austin to study law. She has wanted to be a lawyer for many years andfeels that it is something God intended her to do. Pam directed and produced Macbeth, legislated for a student council newsletter, and founded the Student Tour Guide Association. She is a member of the Science Club, Future Teachers of America, Parent-Teacher-Stuaent Asso- ciation, Bulldoggers, and Smart Set. On March 18 she was elected Area I OEA Secretary. Pam is a stenography major and plans to worle her way through college as a legal secretary. Pam won sec- ond place in stenography competition at the OEA Dis- trict meet and was awarded Who's Who in Steno- graphy. Besides this work, Pam is editor of the Tech Bulldog, the school newspaper, and was voted "Most Talented' 1 Zamarrlpa "He walleed up to us in practice, said he had been practicing, then leicleed the ball 60 or 70 yards. Over and over again he ground his toe into that ball. He made the team that very day." These were the words of Coach john Naylor as he described the game-saving leicleing of jesse Zamarripa. This is the jqrst year of football for jesse -- but by no means is his name new to Technical sports, jesse, a pitcher, has been on the base- ball team for three years, and his teammates have elected him captain. Sports are not the only subject jesse is interested in, though. He is majoring in Engineering-Drafting and plans to go to TCU to study Business Administration. jesse also demonstrated his acting ability as Siward in the stage version ofMacbeth. For the past two years he has been a member of Future Teachers ofAmerica. After school and baseball practice, jesse enjoys listening to good music and being with his girlfriend. 197 Freshman Favorites Qichard Espinosa Dovie Smith Freshman Favorite Qunners-Up FIRST RUNNERS-UP: NELSON IRVIN ALICE HERNANDEZ O SECOND RUNNERS-UP: RODNEY COOPER MARY ANN RODELA Sophomore Favorite Qunners-Up FIRST RUNNERS-UP: ANTONIO SANDERS SUSIE CABRAL SECOND RUNNERS-UP: MANUEL VALLE DESIREE RAGLAND Junior Favorites Daniel Pena Giga Saenz Senior Favorites Qaclwel Herrera Norman Hall Junior Favorite Runners-Up 54' ' I ' ffl! FIRST RUNNERS-UP: CHARLEY MCADOO SANDRA BERMEJO mn SECOND RUNNERS-UP: CHERYL GAY DONALD GRIFFIN Senior Favorite Runners-Up FIRST RUNNERS-UP: ROSLYN WALKER CYRANO REVADA SECOND RUNNERS-UP: CARL HERNANDEZ DIANNE NARVIZ w T7 1 Q47 Q " QD 1 uillunllui A A 1 , Til ' ' x,, "' : Eif?S "-'ftaix nm :F ir ' . .1 - JD! ' 51311 If 2 -i g mi , A rl E-rf-1 35515-Q . , ini! Y F .i-..- 1 IP lg- K . 4 X XY K I 4 fd WWP4 " X. .:.... 4 Z ' S' M 6 I I ' P ' ' Q A+ .1. 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Belinda Cano fx 10. Debra Hairston 11. johnny Wilson 12. Susan Haney 13. Irene Dominguez 14. Viola Barrientes 15. Ramona Ibanez 16. joe Calva 17. johnny Martinez 18. Sarah Mcna 19. Tony Goss 20. Mcshcllc Hill and our friend, the artist 207 JW M W M My W Ejyffif 1590 Ky Nvbfwgf My M gbiggvww wiki, 5352 N Y 1 SEQ WSW W iffy I gill "R PPI S , The sea mtones the ageless anthems FJ, ,R K ,f Her songs are wa ted on the ocean breeze 1 Af "N, Humamty s tears are merely rzpples, fm 71 If UN' Rzpples fadmg mto tufneless symphonzes 'W ,J ff K by Travzs Donoho 1 K XXL LJ fs ss, Y X , f f r x4 TJ X W 9+ is 1-. . ff -5" E' 4- u 41 -ef? - ja, 4- V - ' I 1 -'79 -f' -H. N , Wg iqx wifi., 'fe 'F1 s,,,..w. X . ,,,,. , Zh i .:wM, Y V , . ykkx :V,. .fs 'W' ..,- Hi. f' - S55,,:-fwfr A Q . "-- -:,--ha.,,,- g.g,- ', , V gunman!-.. - A-Mfg , - e. - K -- Y., ., a- I ,A -- 5- 1,g.,ywe,- 3 -,A V wt ' w e , -To -M m e. - . M ,. 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They bring back our boys in apretty pine box, In a young wife's mind only memories are locked A young man is scared and left all alone, All he can say is he wants to go home. Bullets start flying and one finds his heart, His soul and his body are no longer one part. Then out of the sky comes a loud, mournful cry, A sound so loud that it never will die. A staunch cry for peace echoes as they drop the last bomb, Then the sea, like God's hand, covers the shore that's now calm. by David Berry ,-,..-fi P+- N l'.. I s 'x 's "Mahogany Friend" That day seems so long ago, I laughed so free, And she bayed so low. It was a windy day, It seems two thousand years ago, When she neatly caught every shell I would throw. An apple, three biscuits, an egg for me. And she ate jqne delicacies coaxed from the sea. Time took a nap on that ancient day, While she chased sky crabs, And smart-aleck gulls chased after me. Teasing the tide, Salty slaps in the face. Playfully circling, She mocked my snail pace. That day is lost, when we slept by the sea, When I took time, And time never took me. by A lyse Williams i Wwcli QX his ' -Sv ff X S X V' by' , - 1 5 ' x Q 1 , J ..f1J4' 6? Q v . F531-r' 55' xlrl 2 'K .352 la lf x n 'X Xl 5 M Q ,V lf Q "A Gentle Touch OfFreedom" M J ' til We'll rise up in the morning Q With the silent searing sun. V'-'qt 9 The dawning of our love laughs l! D For it knows that we have won. , .5 Sifting sand through the tips ofourjqngers, Sharing the sea with the morning dew, N Feeling the spray soft upon our faces, iw Tasting the air for the first time, Who knows more than we just how hard it is to be , Free. K by Bob Pylant QF ' Q I lx 1 K 'Y if 'W 1 x ' Q 5 1 lm jf 2 f ? l K lull ml ' f? fe X i av g i 7 it if . 1 1 Q I IW ' 'V f" Ag K E5 FW f- CTX' ff fm-3 4 1 ff ' Y X - - f ' ,N 33?ii?Q5- fr fe s ink fr'- Sala , .J-. xg . , A .A F14 A W "9""':"'- wwi f fx 4 1.. J' ix n-I-7'i,.v 'Q- FNON-f. W9 3 Q 'Q 1,5 1 T 'A C F -"id-'S 5? T?-if-51'LXr-f"'1A - 0 , 2 Z! 1 N 1 1 'A ffl-'ffm' L' ' -JG Q5-C .. Ji N cl-K flf,-.rf 7 ' A vs-,L ..P-r'-'-- '4"- . -..T N-A-A-"" -'N-x.fN, 1-'V - . y 'L ,,1x' "A' ""1-"" f3"Ni"A I ,LEM-Q 1 ', ..,,:, xij 'M fx ,J , rf-J. 1 ,1 q'.".'f .091 i ii 4'-df: 1' -N.--fa , f, " -,Z 'Moon Waves" As waves rolled softly upon the shore I conversed with the darkening sky Once again alone with the sea My face held a broadening smile l 1 I reach forth to kiss the oncoming tide As one would a new-found love But being shy she gently laughed Then fled as I glanced above For there was no sight to gaze calmly upon And my mind sensed a shift I in the sand For the moon lay in waiting dreadfully cold Being strangled by a skeletal hand. by Bob Pylant l Q " ,gr W1 .R 5 is W , .f A A . ' ' - ' . 1 'P "Queen Of The Mermaids On The Late, Late Show" Remember the days of movie mermaids Swimming in wild and watery fun? Recall those memories ofpoolside parties, And of beauties basking in the sun? Remember when Esther was everyone's idol, Starring in such pictures as "Easy to Wed"? She was "Million Dollar Mermaid, " "jupiter's Darling," And thoroughly delightful in "Dangerous When Wet. " Our cheers are for you, dear Esther Williams! On TV's late show you have no flaws. You have always been a perfect mermaid-- You, alone, deserve our applause! "Bathing Suitsn Mine is too tight! Mine is too loose! We can't wear these things-- Last year's bathing suits! The struggle and strain, Oh, what a chore To get into these shells . . . But we can't afford any more! by David Lang VOD adn! A x x "suns Y'5ELF, EDITH' 'l 216 Lb A Johnny Aceves, 127 Daniel Alcala, 40, 41, 104, 119, 1 27 Darlene Alexander, 98, 127 Jeannie Allen, 127 Alice Amador, 98, 104, 127 Annette Anderson, 127 Virginia Avett, 127 B Rebecca Bainbridge, 116, 127 Joe Barrera, 127 Mary Barrera, 127 Viola Barrientes, 99, 122, 127 Alice Barron, 29, 102,104, 105, 109, 114,122,127 Doris Benton, 127 Francisca Bermejo, 128 Sally Bermejo, 99,112, 113, 116, 122, 128 David Berry, 128 Nora Binnion,112, 128 Barbara Blocker, 91,104, 112, 121, 128 Buford Blocker, 128 Odessa Branch, 98, 118, 128 David Briseno, 40, 41, 44, 122, 128, 183 David Brock, 191 Docas Brumbalow, 128 George Burcie, 128 Terry Burgess, 128 David Butler, 128 C Juanita Cabello, 128 Laura Cabral, 128 Weldon Campbell, 128 Joe Calva, 90, 91, 99,104, 105, 122 Belinda Cano,109,112, 119,128 Rachel Cantu, 105, 128 Fernando Carboni, 95, 191 Janice Carouthers, 128 Willie Castellon, 128 Robert Castillo, 79, 105, 128 Rosemary Castillo, 113, 114, 122, 129, 191 Ruth Castillo,105, 112, 122,129 Darrell Chambers, 129 Sondra Chambers, 112, 120, 129 Ester Chapa, 129 Frances Chavez, 29, 116, 117, 129 Jay Cheek, 90,105,120,122,129 Russell Childress, 110, 129 Steve Chittenden, 129 David Christilles, 192 Kenneth Clark, 129 Paulette Collins, 90, 110, 111, 119, 120, 129 Sandra Comer, 129 Sheila Coonfield, 120, 129 Edward Cooper, 40, 129 Manuel Coronado, 90, 129 Fred Cornelius, 40, 41, 55, 57 Jimmy Cortez, 129 Patricia Couch, 19, 120, 130 David Cristilles, 92, 95, 130 Marie Cruz, 130 Lottie Cumby, 46, 120, 130 D Douglas Dancer, 130 Debbie Davis, 130 Glenda Davis, 130 James Davis, 130 Mildred Davis, 130 Glenna Davisson, 130 Albert Delaney, 120, 130 Gail Dennis, 130 Vicki Dewveall, 15, 30 Ernest Dial, 94, 131 Daniel Diaz, 131 Johnny Diaz, 131 Doris Dill, 30, 98, 131 Irene Dominguez, 93, 94, 105, 112, 116,122,131,189 Larry Donnell, 48, 80. 131 Senior lndex Janice Duncan, 118, 131 Debbie Dunlap, 112,131 Lavonda Dunn, 40, 131 E Patricia Elizondo, 112 Rosana Elizondo, 112, 131 Horacio Elizondo, 131 Charles English, 131 Alejandro Escamilla, 19, 104, 119, 126, 131 Michael Espanet, 131, 192 Cecil Evans, 131 F Gloria Flores, 131 G Fred Galindo,116, 131,193 Mary Gallardo, 131 Carolyn Gamez, 116,131 Joe Garcia, 131 Linda Garcia, 104105, 113,122 Margarita Garcia, 132 Mary Garcia, 132 Jimmy Garner, 90,122,132 Juanita Gentry, 58,109,112,116, 117,122,126,132,154,192, 196 Arthur Gonzales, 19, 132 Luiz Gonzales, 118, 132 Anthony Goss, 90, 105, 116, 119, 122, 132, 182 CarolGowan,112, 122,132, 192, Rhonda Greer, 58, 98, 99,104, 112, 126, 132 Donald Greener, 193 Juanita Guzman, 110,113, 121, 132 H Debbie Haggard, 132 Kay Haggard, 99 Debra Hairston, 98, 105, 109, 112, 113, 132, 141 Norman Hall, 18, 19, 30, 48,104, 116,117,132,148,185,191, 194, 203 Deborah Hamilton, 98, 132 Diane Hammer, 116, 132,192 Gary Hammer, 77, 95, 110, 111, 120, 132 Davey Hampton, 132 Susan Haney, 29, 110, 132 Alvin Hanson, 48, 132 James, Harris, 132 David Harrison, 48, 50, 133 Adolph Hawkins, 40 Ruth Hawkins, 112, 133 Douglas Haynes, 92, 94, 95, 98, 133 Kay Head, 133 Linda Heath, 133 Doris Henderson, 133 Nathaniel Henderson, 104, 122, 126, 133 Alvin Henning, 133 Carl Hernandez, 133, 193, 205 Christine Hernandez, 133 Hilario Hernandez, 30, 133 Margarita Hernandez, 92, 93, 133 Mario Hernandez, 133, 192 Ramon Hernandez, 133 Rachel Herrera, 86,104, 109, 112 134, 182, 203 Raul Herrera, 134 Jeanette Hill, 116, 134 Mary Hill, 105,116,134 Meshelle Hill, 29, 90, 104, 105, 109,112,118,122,134,154 James Hinsey, 90, 100, 110, 120, 134 Michael Horn, 134 Linda Houston, 134, 191 Delores Howard, 134 Shoman Howeth, 192 Carl Hubbard, 134 Craig Hunt, 85, 134 Phyllis Hunt, 104,105,112,119, 120,121,122,134,192 Sylvia Hunter, 191 l Ramona Ibanez, 104, 134 Maria lloff, 134 Joy lnce,99, 104, 105, 109,110, 111,120,121,122,135,185, 193, 194 Robert Ingram, 135 J Tommie Jackson, 85, 135 Mary Jimenez, 135 Emmitt Johnson, 135 Glenn Johnson, 135 Jackie Johnson, 135 JaniceJohnson, 118, 135 Norma Johnson, 116, 135 Cassandra Jones, 105, 135 Ralph Jones, 135 Ricky Jones, 40, 55, 57, 85,135 VincentJones, 40, 41, 46 K Betty Keaton, 98 Annie Kemp, 135 Michael Keener, 135 Roger Keeney, 135 Betty Keeton,105,135,154 Wanda Kilgore, 109,116, 135 Ira King, 90, 135 Joyce King, 114,135 Frances Komisarz, 135, 193 Terry Kuhlman, 136 L Rosa Lang, 116, 136 Samarian Lane, 136 Alfred Lee, 136 John Lee, 136 Sharon Lee, 136 David Lemons, 116, 136 Karen Leonard, 30, 112, 136 Roy Liles, 136 Linda Lindsay, 112, 136 Peter Lohmer, 99, 136, 196 Daniel Lopez, 136 Elis Lopez, 136, Freddie Lopez, 136 George Lopez, 136 Mike Lopez, 136 James Love, 136, 192 Patricia Love, 136 Susie Luck, 136 M Jerry McKnight, 40, 41, 84, 136 Sandra Mcoilruu, 99, 102, 104, 110,116,117,137 Wendell McLemore, 137 Danny Madigan, 92 Diana Magallon, 109, 113, 116, 119, 120, 137 Lee Manning, 118, 137 Arthur Martin, 137 Felecia Martin, 105, 112, 120, 121, 122, 137 Willard Martin, 40, 41, 102, 105, 118,120,122,137 Felix Martinez, 92, 95, 189 Henen Martinez, 99, 102, 105, 115, 119, 122 Johnny Martinez, 85, 104, 105, 137 Sharon Mason, 137 Patsy Mathews, 112, 137 Shirley Meacham, 118, 137 Lyle Medlock, 50, 110,137 Sarah Mena, 29,102,105,119, 120, 122 Harvey Mendez, 138 Ufmenia Mendoza, 99, 102, 105, 118, 120, 122 Jaime Mercado, 110, 138 Arthur Mekin, 191 Brenda Miller, 18, 19, 93, 94, 95, 125, 138, 191 Hubert Miller, 29, 40, 41, 44, 45, sv, 122 Larry Miller, 90, 100, 126, 138 Linda Miller, 116, 138 Mary Miller, 138 Rebecca Miller, 138 Bobbie Montgomery, 112, 122, 138 Timothy Montoya, 138 Don Mooney, 48, 138 Stephen Mooney, 110, 138, 193 Patricia Moreland, 138 Jesse Moreno, 138 Randy Morgan, 192 Joe Mosley, 138, 191 Paula Mosley, 138 Donna Mulligan, 109, 122, 138 Carlos Munoz, 138 Carol Murkeldovc, 110, 138 Frank Murray, 48, 50, 138 N Diana Nuwiz, 112, 116, 139 Dianne Narviz, 139 Donny Narvis, 139, 205 Roland Navejar, 118, 139 Debra Navert, 139 Jimmy Newhouse, 139 Magnolia Newton, 139 Cory Nichols, 139 Lczley Nichols, 139 Gordon North, 139 Emilio Nunez, 139 O Rose Olmos, 117, 119, 139 Henry Owens, 40, 139 Gayle Oxford, 139 Michael Oyervides, 116, 118, 139 P Jose Paben,86,139,143,193 Rafeal Pantoja, 92 Shelia Pearson, 112, 139 Belinda Perez, 139 Rosalinda Perez, 104, 105, 139 Bonita Phillips, 102, 104, 120, 139 Leonard Phillips, 140 Mary Picha, 140 Grady Pittman, 145 James Pledger, 140 David Porter, 18, 40, 41, 45, 140 Daniel Portales, 116, 140 Walter Potter, 40, 41, 55, 57 Allen Powell, 82, 140 Willie Powell, 140 James Price, 116,140 Q Maria Quinonez, 112, 122, 140 Miguel Quintanar, 40, 140, 193 R Gabriel Ramirez, 122, 140 Gregory Ramos, 140 Martha Rangel, 26, 119, 140 John Reese, 192 Debra Reese, 98, 100, 109, 140 Rachel Renteria, 104, 141 Cyrano Revada, 55, 102, 205 Mike Reves, 193 Elias Reyes, 141 Timothy Rivera, 100, 105, 119, 120, 122, 141 Tony Robertson, 141, 193 David Robinson, 16, 32, 40, 41, 105,122, 141,154 Paul Rodriquez, 141 Paula Rodriquez, 28, 99, 112, 116, 118, 141 Rita Rodriquez, 141 Steve Rodriquez, 141 Arthur Rosalez, 90, 104, 110, 120, 192 Laura Ruiz, 112, 112, 117, 122, 141 Patricia Ruth, 112, 122, 142 S Rosalie Salas, 142 Delores Saldivar, 22, 142 Cecilia Sanchez, 19, 93, 116, 122, 126, 142 Thomas Sanchez, 58 Perry Scott, 142 John Serry, 142 Louis Shannon, 48, 142, 193 William Shifflett, 122, 142, 192 Pam Sisco, 28, 32,100, 105,116 117,187,197 Kenneth Silmon, 28, 90,112,116, 118,142 Elizabeth Slack, 142 Jaequelyn Smith, 98, 105, 142 Larry Smith, 142 Johnny South, 142 Gary Speck, 142 Ethel Spencer, 142 Cynthia Stanley, 109 Joy Stearns, 122, 142 A Elizabeth Aceves, 119, 147 Margaret Adams, 147 Deborah Allen, 104, 105, 110, 113,118,122,146,147 Johnny Alvarez, 53, 147 Garrion Antone, 147 Cynthia Arnold, 28, 112, 113, 121, 147 Mary Arrellano, 147 Beverly Ausbie, 147 Johnny Autry, 147 Sally Avina, 102, 104,105,113, 119,122,147,155 B Vickie Bagby, 93, 95, 118, 147 Donald Bailey, 147 Letha Baker, 147 Patricia Barlow, 147 Danny Barnes, 147 David Barrientes, 147 Chorlie Benson, 118, 147 Alicia Bermejo, 109, 114, 147 Henry Bermejo, 104, 147 Sandra Bermejo, 104, 147 Veronica Bill, 26, 93, 95, 102, 105, 147 Shirley Birch, 103, 112,148 Elesia Bowman, 148 Jewel Brown, 98,148 John Brown, 82, 148 Jerry Buford, 93, 148 Lela Burks, 98, 148 Pat Burns, 148 Beverly Burris, 118, 148 C Sylvia Cabrals, 115, 148 Teresa Camacho, 148 Ruth Cantu, 148 Manuel Carranza, 90, 148 Beatrice Castillo, 112, 118, 148 Cathy Castillo, 102, 122, 148 Gloria Castillo, 148 Karen Cavender, 148 George Chavarria, 148 Raymond Clayborn, 40, 41, 45, 55, 148 Valeria Clayton, 98, 104, 148 Cindy Clements, 148 Pam Conaster, 90, 110, 122,148 Mike Cone, 148 Myrtle Cooper, 102, 148 Robert Cortez, 40, 41, 77, 104, 149 Jackie Craig, 149 Gloria Crawford, 149 Cynthia Stevens, 142 Mary Stewart, 109, 142 Norma Stoy, 142 Randy Sweeney, 142, 150 T Barbara Talley, 30, 143 Leon Taylor, 143 Effelda Teal, 143 Minnie Thomas, 112, 143 Nancy Thomas, 143, 193 Vickie Thomas, 143 Carolyn Thompson, 118, 143, 145 Cedric Thompson, 40, 41, 46, 193 Ronnie Thompson, 40, 143 Thomas Tidwell, 143 Brenda Tillmon, 143 Terri Townsend, 143 Janice Tremble, 104, 121, 122, 143 Peter Trevino, 143 Tommie Trevino, 143 Randy Triplett, 143 Ramona Tubb, 143 Junior David Cuellar, 112, 113, 114, 149 Christine Curiel, 149 D Beverly Davis, 149 Patricia Dean, 149 Vickie Dempsey, 149 Jewell Dixon, 15, 113, 149 Vickie Duarte, 122, 149 Joe Duncan, 149, 151 Mary Dunlap, 149 Martha Dunnam, 149 E Beatries Edwards, 149 Bruce Essex, 149 F Ricky Filmore 90, 149 Emily Flores, 149 Ernest Flores, 149 Rosie Flores, 149 Sammy Flores, 47, 149 Santos Flores, 150 Norman Foster, 90, 94, 150 Mable Freeman, 150 G Marie Gagliardo, 150 Gloria Gamez, 150 Angelita Garcia, 150 Anna Garcia, 118, 150 Annie Garcia, 112, 150 Dianna Garcia, 110, 150 Gloria Garcia, 112, 122, 150 Janie Garner, 90, 150 Johnny Garner, 100, 101, 150 Cheryl Gay, 90, 91, 93, 94,102, 103, 150, 204 Sharon Gay, 105, 110, 111, 113, 114,118,122, 146,150 Shelia Gentry, 98, 159 Mike Gifford, 150 Jimmy Glenn, 47, 150 Molly Gamez, 98, 150 Mary Gomez, 115, 150 Juanita Gonzales, 151 Frankie Graves, 151 Marla Graves, 113, 151 Donald Griffin, 55, 104,151, 204 Larry Griffith, 151 Debbie Grisby, 151 David Guajardo, 151 Joe Gullette, 93, 95,151 Elmo Guyden, 49, 79,151 H Timothy Tunstle, 118, 144 V Robert Valentine, 86, 144 Juan Valle, 86, 102, 104, 143, 144 Steve Valle, 52, 53,144 Charles Vargas, 144 Annie Vasquez, 102, 105 144 Robert Vela, 52, 53,144 W Curtis Wade, 30, 40, 144 Joyce Wagner, 144 Roslyn Walker, 111, 144, 183, 205 Alex Wallace, 40, 41, 45 Diana Ward, 102, 144 Kerry Ward, 24, 94, 144 Jackie Warren, 118,144 Billy Washington, 48, 144 E1ixZatrdWatts,105,11O,111, 121, Gary Weaver, 144 lndex Teresa Hair,104,105,110,111, 119,121,146,151 James Hall, 47,151 Leonard Hall, 151, 155 Victor Hambrick, 40, 44, 52, 151 Freddie Hamilton, 100, 151 Suzanne Hare, 110, 119,121, 122, 151 Evonda Harless, 151 Linda Hastings, 151 Russell Haynes, 93, 95, 151 Peggy Hearne, 100, 152 Robert l-Iedgpeth, 95, 101, 152 Debra Henderson, 100, 152 Patsy Hernandez, 122, 152 Cindy Hester, 152 Edward Hickman, 47, 1 52 Kenneth Higdon, 152 Pam Hill, 98, 104, 112, 152 Sharon Hill, 152 Faye Holder, 152 Billy Holliday,90,105, 110, 114, 118,121,122,152 Jannitt Holmes, 152 Evangeline Huey-You, 103, 105, 152 Beverly Humphery, 152 Dianna Hutchins, 152 Paulette Hyman, 99,152 l Roy lnce, 26,105,121,146,152 Mildred Irwin, 110, 152 J AndrewJackson, 98, 50,152 Ella Jackson, 98,152 Ronnie Jackson, 40, 41, 49, 55, 57, 152 Wanda Jackson, 152 Luerine Jeffery, 152 Andre Jenkins, 94, 104, 113, 152 Jimmy Jenkins, 90, 152 John Johnson, 152 Michael Johnson, 152 Rosie Johnson, 152 Deryl Jones, 152 Jeffery Jones, 152 JamesJones, 26, 152 Leonard Jones, 152 SharonJones, 98, 110,111,152 Valentine Juarez, 153 K Scott Kaether, 153 Evelyn Kimball, 153 Adrian Kindle, 153 Carolyn King, 102, 104, 153 Glenda King, 115, 153 Kenneth Weaver, 48, 144 Diane Webb, 144 Kathryn Wetsel, 144 Anthony White, 24, 48, 118, 144 Brenda White, 145 Sarah Willars, 145 Beatrice Williams, 145 Jacquelyn Williams, 145 Johnnie Williams, 119, 145 Nora William, 119, 145 Sherrie Williams, 104, 145 Tony Willis, 40, 41, 46, 104, 145 Helen Wilson, 116, 145 Virginia Wilson, 145 Z Dianne Zaleski, 112, 120, 123, 126, 145 Jesse Zamarripa, 40, 52, 53, 122, 145, 197 Mary Zavala, 145 Dale Zelazny, 32, 116, 117, 187, 191 Scott Kirtley, 49, 153 L Denise LaHue, 153 Ronny Land, 20,121,153 Barbara Lane, 119, 153 David Lang, 12, 100, 104, 110, 116,117,146,153 Stephen Lawson, 153 Ronnie Lee, 153 Paula Lehr, 153, Harold Loftis, 153 Gerald Logan, 153 BibiLohmer, 105, 110, 111,121 153 Frank Lopez, 84, 93, 94, 153 Raul Lopez, 153 Ezekiel Lorres, 153 Frank Lucio, 153 Donna Lutker, 118, 153 M Charlie McAdoo, 40, 41, 46, 153, 204 Mary McDonald, 153 Vicki Madewell, 101, 110, 118, 153 Lawrence Martin, 93, 100, 153 Sharon Martin, 153 Auroa Martinez, 153 Rebecca Martinez, 153 Evelyn Mathews, 110, 114, 121, 153 Rosie Mendez, 116, 154 Raymond Medrano, 154 Frances Mendoza, 102, 112, 154 Ruben Mendoza, 47, 154 Maria Milan, 154 Gary Miller, 154 Pam Miller, 154 William Miller, 154 Magdelena Montalvo, 26, 90, 104 146, 154 Pauline Moore, 118, 154 Juan Moreno, 54, 154 David Morgan, 154 Jan Morgan,90,100,105,110, 122, 123, 154 Janice Morris, 116, 154 Vicki Moss, 154 James Muncy,122,154 Anita Munoz, 102, 122, 154 Diane Musgrave, 154 N Brenda Newton, 154 John Nordhoff, 154 1 O Luis Olague, 53, 154 Richard Ortegon, 154 Dee Oster, 154 Johnny Overton, 47, 121, 154 Josie Oyervides, 104, 105, 112 113, 122, 154 P Iris Pabon, 90 Preston Payton, 47, 155, 155 Daniel Pena, 90, 104, 105, 110, 114,119,146,155 202 Micaela Perez, 155 Robert Perry, 155 Paula Pitts, 155 Eva Portales, 114, 155 Alice Powell, 103, 118, 155 Charles Powers, 155 Q Carlos Quijas, 155 R Beatris Ramirez, 155 A Angie Abel, 159 Dennis Adair, 87, 106, 159 Luther Alexander, 47, 55, 159 Joanne Alvarez, 159 Bobby Amador, 159 John Ames, 159 B Michael Baulsey, 159 Gale Behrens, 159 Laura Belew, 159 Ricardo Bermejo, 159 Norma Bernal, 159 Frank Bernat, 58,113,159 Gloria Bill, 102 Sofia Blancarte, 159 Bobby Blocker, 97, 159 Charlotte Bowen, 159 Loretta Bowman, 159 Virginia Briones, 99, 105, 159 Edward Briseno, 159 Sylvia Brock, 102, 159 Denis Brooks, 159 Jennie Brown, 159 Victoria Brown, 159 Alex Bullard, 159 C Rosalinda Cabral, 159 Susie Cabral, 201 Aurora Cabera, 159 Loretta Callender, 159 John Calva, 159 Annie Camacho, 159 Dianne Cannon, 159 Steve Cantrell, 159 Robert Cantu, 104, 158, 160 Brindle Canyon, 102, 160 Connie Carnahan, 160 Beverly Carter, 160 Hortcnse Chatmon, 160 Hope Chavez, 160 Helen Chelf, 160 David Chittenden, 160 Darlene Ciemenski, 160 John Clark, 93, 95, 160 Jim Coffman, 160 Annie Comacho, 160 Carl Comacho, 160 Justin Cooper, 160 Mary Cooper, 160 Patricia Cooper, 160 Juanita Ramirez, 155 Tony Ramirez, 88, 93, 118, 155 Maria Ramos, 155 Nancy Ramos, 102, 122, 123, 149, 155 Beatrice Rangel, 155 Benito Rangel, 155 Yolanda Renteria, 102, 104, 118, 122, 155 Robert Revera, 47 Rachel Richardson, 122, 155 Yolanda Riojas, 156 Vangie Rios, 26, 102, 105,122, 156 Robert Rivera, 156 Steven Robards, 156 Alice Roberts, 156 Irene Rodriquez, 156 John Rodriquez, 156 Louis Rodriquez, 47, 156 Nina Rodriquez, 156 Isabel Rosales, 156 Virginia Rosalez, 102, 156 Marcella Ruiz, 102, 112, 113, 119, 156 Olga Saenz, 104, 105, 113, 119, 122, 156, 202 Linda Salas, 156 Yolanda Sanchez, 90, 109 Rosa Sapien, 156 Amand Schultz, 156 Danny Sides, 54, 156 James Simpson, 156 Oscar Sims, 100, 156 Cecelia Smith, 93, 94, 98, 118 156 Wanda Smith, 156 Michael Spencer, 156 Tom Spencer, 156 Dick Stebbins, 57, 156 Tommy Swanson, 156 T Kathy Taylor, 118, 156 Doris Thompson, 156 Cecil Tinny, 95, 156 Sandy Todd, 156 V Jodi Valenciano, 109, 156 Paul Vasquez, 52, 53, 77, 148, 157 Rosalinda Vega, 157 Sofia Velasquez, 90, 104, 110, 122, 157 Randy Vines, 157 Sophomore index D Dandy Davis, 106, 160 Sharon Davis, 160 Mary De La Cruz, 113, 160 Ruby Dozier, 160 James Driver, 160 Carl Dunaway, 160 E Isaac Espinosa, 160 F Mike Felkner, 160 Cheri Ferguson, 160 Randolph Ferguson, 47, 160 Leticia Flores, 90, 113, 160 JoAnn Foster, 160 Donald Fox, 160 G Frankie Galindo, 160 Molly Gamez, 104, 158,161 Felix Garcia, 161 Larry Garcia, 161 Tony Gomez, 161 Margaret Gonzales, 161 Silvia Gonzales, 102, 105,161 Barry Goss, 49, 161 Alfredo Graado, 161 Terry Graves, 161 Carman Gray, 161 Gerald Greener, 161 Jesse Guerrero, 161 Laura Guzman, 161 Helen Gwynn, 161 H Queen Hafford, 161 Debra Hall, 99, 161 Delores Hall, 98, 161 James Hall, 49, 161 Cecilia Hammonds, 105, 161 Katherine Hampton, 100, 161 Billy Hardin, 162 Joyce Harris, 162 Brenda Hearne, 162 Delbert Hembey, 162 Donald Henderson, 162 Hank Hcnson,162 Cynthia Hernadez, 162 Josette Hernandez, 162 Barbara Herrera, 54, 104, 158, 162 Gilbert Herrera, 104, 162, 199 Cheryl Herron, 162 Twyla Higgins, 162 Beverly Howard, 162 Debbie Hughes, 103, 162 Ruby Humphrey, 162 I Eddie Ingram , 162 J David Jackson, 58, 163 Karen Jackson, 163 Frances Jackson, 163 MichaelJames, 163 Richard Johnson, 150, 163 Billy Johnson, 163 Jimmy Johnson, 163 Karen Johnson, 163 Samuel Johnson, 94, 163 Bobby Jones, 163 Casandra Jones, 105, 163 TheresaJones, 163 lsrealJuarez, 49, 87, 163 K Kathlene Kafka, 163 Billy Kuhlman, 163 L Barbara Lackey, 163 Karen Land, 163 Cheri Lang, 163 Jose Lara, 164 Marilyn Law, 164 Valerie LeDouy, 164 David Lehn, 164 Kathy Loftis, 164 Beth Lohmer, 164 Connie Lopez, 164 M Barbara McBride, 164 Ginger McDaniel, 164 Cheryl MeFarlin, 99, 164 Marvin Malone, 122, 164 Joane Marchioni, 58, 164 Debra Marcus, 164 Elezear Martinez 164 Elsa Martinez, 91, 104, 164 Robert Martinez, 54, 80, 105, 164 W Arthur Wade, 157 Cythia Ward, 118, 157 Frank Washington, 157 Dan West, 47 Steve West, 157 Lawrence Wheaton, 40, 41, 105, 157 Linda White, 98, 112,157 Samantha White, 157 Sandra Wilburn, 105, 122, 157 Kerry Williams, 157 Pearlie Williams, 105, 118, 157 Sherry Williams, 99, 105, 157 Johnny Wilson, 157 Leroy Wilson, 40, 41,105, 157 Mary Wilson, 157 John Winters, 47 Linda Woods, 27, 118, 157 Lettie Woods, 157 Z Arthur Zavala, 157 Lynn Zumwalt, 157 Teri Martinez, 164 Yolanda Matamoros, 164 Cathy Miller, 164 John Miller, 90, 122, 164 Linda Miller, 164 Loyce Miller, 164 Rex Minard, 93, 164 Jerri Mitchell, 164 Martha Molina, 164 Glen Monasco, 164 Nancy Moore, 164 Dale Moreland, 94, 165 Royce Morgan, 165 Ronald Morrison, 94, 165 Daniel Munoz, 90, 165 N George Neaves, 165 Juanita Numez, 165 O Charlie Owens, 90, 165 Peg Owens, 90, 165 P Iris Pabon, 165 Art Parramore, 165 Freddie Perez, 165 Johnny Perez, 165 Yvonne Perez, 165 Orise Perry, 47, 49, 165 Betty Pfannstiel, 103, 165 Jody Porter, 165 Cindy Powell, 99, 103, 105,165 Janice Powell, 165 Kenneth Proce, 119, 165 Vicki Proctor, 165 Q Eddie Quinonez, 54, 165 Lupe Quintanar, 165 R Desiree Ragland, 104, 105, 158, 165, 201 David Raines, 165 William Ralston, 165 Julie Ramirez, 104, 165 Mary Ramirez Rachel Ramirez, 165 Jerry Ramon, 165 Victor Ramos, 166 9 2 Janet Rector, 105, 166 Roseanne Rescendez, 166 Karen Robbins, 166 Daniel Rodriguez, 166 Michael Rodriguez, 166 Ralph Rodriguez, 166 S Don Sadler, 166 Patricia Sadler, 102, 104, 166 Charles Salone, 106, 166 Yolanda Sanchez, 91, 104, 158, 166 Antonio Sanders, 94, 166, 201 Pansy Scott, 166 Renee Scott, 99, 166 Jolm Sparks, 105, 166 Paul Starky, 166 A Larry Adams, 169 Carol Allen, 169 Joel Allen, 169 Margaret Allen, 169 David Alvarez, 169 Edward Amie, 47, 49, 57 James Andress, 169 Joe Andrews, 102, 169 Leri Arreguin, 169 Lisa Ashton, 169 Dynighous Ausbee, 169 Larry Autry, 57, 169 Ricky Avina, 90, 169 B Cindy Bargas, 169 Rolando Barragan, 169 Aaron Battle, 169 Marshall Batts, 169 Larry Bays, 169 James Bennett, 58, 169 Anthony Benson, 47, 94, 106, 169 Cecelia Bermejo, 169 Melinda Bermejo, 169 Harolk Biglow, 47, 49 Robert Black, 169 Billy Booker, 94 M.C, Brister, 170 Tommy Brooks, 47, 169 Rameron Brown, 47 John Butts, 169 Scott Bynum, 106, 169 C Raymon Cabello, 54, 169 Hope Camacho, 169 Norma Camacho, 169 Raymond Camarillo, 169 Gilbert Campos, 169 Darrell Cantrell, 106, 170 Debbie Carlson, 89, 170 Joel Carranza, 170 Ernest Cary, 170 Nick Castillo, 57, 170 Sherry Cato, 170 Geraldine Ceruantez, 113, 170 Rosalinda Chavarria, 170 Cynthia Chavez, 170 Cindy Chazaretta, 170 Billy Chelf, 170 Miles Cleveland, 47 Gail Collins, 103, 170 Albert Contreras, 170 Jody Cook, 113, 170 John Cooper, 104, 170 Rodney Cooper, 170, 200 Larry Copeland, 42, 170 Bernardo Cortez, 90, 170 Cathy Couch, 170 Nelson Croir, 47 D Barry Davenport, 170 Bobby Stearns, 166 Carol Stearns, 166 Walter Steigerwalt, 166 Victor Stephens, 94, 166 Galen Stevens, 166 Clarence Stoy, 166 Paul Strickland, 166 Tim Stults, 80, 166 Senneth Surita, 166 T Sharon Tarleton, 166 John Taylor, 166 Diana Tejada, 166 Elma Thomas, 166 Wanda Thompson, 90, 166 Laura Tobias, 167 Freshman Dale DeLaney, 170 Dora DeLeon, 170 Alva Delgado, 170 Karen Demmings, 102, 170 Amelia Dennis, 170 Dolores Dcrden, 170 Linda Dodd, 170 Micheal Dominguez, 90, 170 Debra Donnell, 171 Danny Dunlap, 171 E Mike Easterday, 92, 171 Richard Espinosa, 171 F Brad Fairley, 171 Vivian Faith, 171 Gabriel Felipe, 94, 106, 171 David Fenn, 171 Brenda Fields, 171 Maria Fonteechio, 171 Vicki Ford, 171 Velma Foster, 89, 113, 168, Russell Fox, 171 G Eddie Galindo, 171 Linda Gamez, 171 Alex Garcia, 47, 57, 171 Frank Garcia, 171 Linda Garcia, 171 Clara Gomez, 171 Alex Gonzales, 171 Maggie Gonzales, 171 Richard Gonzales, 104, 171 Jerry Grant, 171 Gloria Graves, 89, 171 Mary Guerrero, 171 Helen Gwynn, 171 H David Hare, 47, 171 Sheila Harless, 171 Douglas Heath, 171 Carla Henson, 171 Cyndy Herbert, 103, 171 Alice Hernandez, 172, 200 Christa Hernandez, 172 Irene Hernandez, 172 Olga Hernandez, 90, 172 Syliva Hernandez, 114, 172 Sherry Hester, 172 Karen Hicks, 102,172 Vera Hodges, 102, 113, 172 Jimmy Hoffman, 172 Rudy Holmes, 172 Doylia Huffstetler, 172 l Nelson lrvin, 172, 200 1 1 Adelida Torres, 167 lvy Tunstle, 167 Carmen Tyrone, 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