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

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TRIMBLE TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 1003 West Cannon Fort Worth, Texas Volume XXI Q7AC 2 1-fwv ,z Dr. Julius Truelson, Superintendent of Schools. ,,L: lert chool Leaders Know Value Of Technical Training Board members for Fort Worth Public Schools are Stan Harrell: Mrs. Jack 0. Shannon Jr.: Bill Elliotgl Vice-President: The Reverend John R. Leatherbury, President: Green B. Trimble, Secretary: Ji Harris: and Bobby J. Bruner. Dr. Gerald Ward, Deputy Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Robert M. McAbee, Associate Assistant Super- intendent, Vocational Industrial Education. ,..,..-..o- v. X53 Dr. James Bailey, Assistant Superintendent, Ele- mentary Education. Mr. Troy Sparks, Associate Assistant ent, Intercultural Relations. lVlr. Tommy Taylor, Assistant Superintendent, Sec- ondary Educationf Mr. Eugene Hightower, Assistant Business. -.- v rllcu ? unnnnnipmp L31 U ui--v 1 1 lil, , , 131 I I.-eco' ' it U13 Slleclally Tralned Leaders 1--T - - -- K k l' Ak 1 l L3 fi" ,Y me i 0 Q ggi' ,s In ini fe BSDOIISI 6 01' i -1 -- -- - " , f S f , , an -WW .L,, s.. 1 , . . a ,, ss HP " W 01' C 00 S UCCBSS N-' Note the smiling faces of Trimble Tech's Administrators. X They smile because they have something to smile about-their school. Thev are all skillful in directing the activities of a technical school. They know the program is unique, special planning is necessary for a schedule suited to the needs of H students in different technical areas. Theirs is the task of mold- ing together the basic high school courses needed by everyone Mwhq and the various technical courses which vary from student to ' 5" .I i student. Tech's Administrators are also people. They always find Q V I time to talk to students and teachers alike, and often take time SN " to laugh. dsx lx X , Miss Lucy V. Mel'-loberts, Vice-Principal for girls. X Mr. A. B. O'Connor, Principal. , Mr. Marvin E. Palmer, Vice-Principal for Mr O Connor, Principal, believes in getting involved as proven by his performance with the ballet. Mr. J. D. Cooper, Vice-Principal in charge of ad how' ministration. "You mean I can retire". Mr. Palmer just doesn't believe that he has finally made it, nnual taff Selects Both Mrs. Bess Vaughan Chairman of Business Department Stenography There are so many adjectives that describe lVlrs. Bess Vaughan that it is difficult to choose an adequate one. To make it simple, we will just say that there will be a void created when she retires. The business department will miss her guiding hand, students will miss her classes, and most of all, her fellow teachers will miss her cheerful smile and the warm friendliness that one feels when she is around. lVlrs. Vaughan came to Trimble Tech in 1946. She received her Twenty-five Year Service pin in 1971. During her 27 yeaii career here she has served as class sponsor, Allied Youth sponsor, and sponsor of Future Business Leaders of America. lVlrs. Vaughan was selected as Business Teacher of the Year AMS in 1973. i We salute you, Mrs. Vaughan, for all you have done to make our school what it is to-1 day. We are sad that you are leaving, but happy because of our association with you. Teacher And n dministrator To Honor Mr. Mike Palmer Vice-Principal Mr. Mike Palmer became a Vice-Principal at Tech in 1965. Working with a technical school was not a new experience for him, because he had been associated with Technical institute be- fore becoming Vioe-Principal. The teachers know Mr. Palmer as the one person who can cheer one with a witty remark, or the one who has time to listen when they have discipline problems. The students know Mr. Palmer as one who will listen when they are in trouble. After he has listened, he may send the student home, but the student knows that he has had fair treatment. His job will be difficult to fill--We are sorry to see you leave, Mr. Palmer. X xv 5 . Q, ,Q Q.. ,-Q If ia, K A ,.. V --Q NJ Y df jf XC lj N U .1 7' i it c YN 7 -rv r T - Q f + t, ' 4 L , z'-A A " i Y p A r Hg ,L 4 , Q gh X . X D Q x .J 4-f' fl L- li' This Is MY School It Is 0118 Of A Kind A visitor entering the halls of Trimble Technical High School for the first time becomes aware of the intense atmosphere created by a student body that knows what it wants and how to get it. This student body is made up of students who know the value of a technical education in the job market in the world which lies beyond the protective wall of the public school. These are the students who will have a choice. If college is what they want, they will have the academic foundation for it, if it is business that they want, they will have the skills needed, if it is industry that beckons, they will have the training needed. For this reason, the students of Green B. Trimble Technical High School are indeed fortunate, and they know it for they can look forward to the future with confidence, knowing that they will be ready for whatever it brings. It Gives Us: Technical Skills, Business Training, And College Preparatlon vw 4 'Q- 'gq ix' ae, ,megg ,r A ,-ei 'f' E A 4 . t v 'f Contents Foundations . . . . .2 a . V I nab his Dedication . . . . . Vitality ..... . . . Involvement ...... Competition . . . . Notables . . . . . . . Population . . . . . . . 88 116 130 14 so , . , 5 4 ,v 8 , I is f f F? ,Y 1 ' w 4 'Ui a ll g W 42 Q 'F T .fl-S E1 - , ff" 4 'XV ' irgexnl 'Q Q s 3. 593' ff' ' Ja:-1 i g S4 X Z ra-lv 1-be sas,s x Q ,IC , , ,, v. 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These sleepy-eyed people were just beginning their day. The decorating committee met at the Pancake House before going on the school where dec- orating began at 4:30 a.m. fn., Y? s 1 Mffigi A 'E fp...-A f: ll-IT' ' 2 '1fff21!f52.'11sf5 ' .' nr f -' as iff! lil, ' B '.' I y U M. Xw CY "lb: 1--I--. - :---- X I 1 I n 12 Cllyllbll UIIIUC IIUIIJUIQ Ill-Ildl y LIUU IIV Y LII- V EIVICIV I dlllludl staff math club journalism science club newspaper staff IN VOL VEMEN T history bay's pe sociology government math girI's pe psychology science chorus IN VOL VEMENT trimble technical high school band commercial art cosme- tology IN VOL VEMEN T band sweetheart and beau voca- tional industrial clubs of america business future business leaders of america data processing IN VOL VEMEN T office education association home economics photography fu- ture homemakers of america health occupations texas as- sociation of health occupation students child development IN VOL VEMEN Tdistributive education industrial electron- ics power mechanics drafting printing radio-television senfice auto diesel IN VOL VEMENT upholstery auto body shoe repair aeronautics welding bricklaying future teach- ers of america spanish club red cross allied youth cvae mexican-american studies rodeo club IN VOL VEMEN T black studies business machines student council nation- al honor society parent teacher student association rotc english office helpers library club IN VOL VEMENTannual staff math club journalism science club newspaper staff IN VOL VEMEN T history bay's pe sociology government math girl's pe psychology science chorus IN VOL VEMEN T trimble technical high school band commercial art cosme- VEMENT band sweetheart and beau voca- clubs of america business future business data processing IN VOL VEME N T office home economics photography fu- of america health occupations texas as- occupation students child development distributive education industrial electron- rechanics drafting printing radio-television IN VOL VEMENT upholstery auto body welding bricklaying future teach- spanish club red cross allied youth cvae studies rodeo club IN VOL VEMENT business machines student council nation- parent teacher student association rotc library club IN VOL VEMEN Tannual journalism science club newspaper staff history boy's pe sociology government science chorus IN VOL VEMENT high school band commercial art cosme- tology IN VOL VEMEN T band sweetheart and beau voca- tional industrial clubs of america business future business leaders of america data processing IN VOL VEMENToffice education association home economics photography fu- ture homemakers of america health occupations texas as- sociation of health occupation students child development IN VOL VEMENTdistributive education industrial electron- ics power mechanics drafting printing radio-television service auto diesel IN VOL VEME NT upholstery auto body shoe repair aeronautics welding bricklaying future teach- ers of america spanish club red cross allied youth cvae mexican-american studies rodeo club IN VOL VEMEN T black studies business machines student council nation- al honor society parent teacher student association rotc english office helpers library club IN VOL VEMEN T annual staff math club journalism science club newspaper staff IN VOL VEMEN T history bay's pe sociology government math girI's pe psychology science chorus IN VOL VEMEN T trimble technical high school band commercial art cosme- tology IN VOL VEMENT band sweetheart and beau voca- tional industrial clubs of america business future business leaders of america data processing IN VOL VEME N T office education association home economics photography fu- ture homemakers of america health occupations texas as- sociation of health occupation students child development IN VOL VEME N Tdistribu tive education industrial electron- ics power mechanics drafting printing radio-television service auto diesel IN VOL VEMEN T upholstery auto body shoe repair aeronautics welding bricklaying future teach- ffice orkers Contribute To A Smooth Operation k 'Q The careful planning of administrators would be for nothing were it not for the people vvho vvork behind the scenes. There are two thousand students whose records must be kept. Letters and memos must be written. Absentees must be called. These are only a few of the menial tasks preformed by Tech's busy office force. v-1- JC P F I X X . y -M., Mrs. Peggy Miller, Secretary G Mrs' Elena Lowery, Records Mrs. Mary Shelton, Attendance Mrs. Electra Lowery, Records T' Yun Mrs. Hazel Shoemaker, Office Aide - Study Hall Miss Shirley Bolden, Bookkeeper MVS- Beffv Walker' Data P"0Ce55in9 Career Education And Testing Help tudents l ll 'T ake Choice Of Profession Mr. Alfred Rauschuber Technical and Vocations Supervisor 1212? if ' hu gal o Mr. Calvin Pettit Career Opportunities For a student to succeed in a highly skilled shop such as Tech offers, he must be guided and tested. First of all he must knovv what field he would like to major in and take preparatory classes necessary for the field. He must be capable and willing to succeed in his courses which will prepare him for his goals after graduation. Some students find that they can work and still take the required courses. The Coordinator of Placement helps those who need to vvork. Mr. Wade Hearn Coordinator of Placement Reading Lab - Popular Place For tudents N. Mrs. Pratt, instructor, checks the listening stations as Fredrick Brown listens of their reading comprehension test. Books for exchange reading are on thi over his ear phones. Curtis Washington and Mrs. Boone are checking the results shelf in the background. Mrs. Euna Pratt checks reading manual with Conrad Herrera. Conrad Herrera and Reynaldo Villa watch reading machine, as words pass by. That helps the student read much faster. l The Reading Center is a Reading and Study Skills lal for students at all reading levels from grade two to gradl fourteen. The center uses the Systems approach to readini through the use of the Learning 100 program and thg Reading 300 program designed by Educational Develop ment Laboratory and NlcGraw Hill. l l l utah- 5-- r. Richard Linton, Senior Class Counselor, wonders how that freshman file got Where can a student go when he feels that his schedule is all wrong? Who will listen when he feels that school is not for him? Unfortunately too many students find them- selves in this situation. However, at Trimble Technical the students find coun- selors who are especially trained for guidance in a highly specialized school. A Technical student is fortunate. He will be tested, counseled, and most of all, listened to. In many instances a visit to a counselor will make the dif- ference in success or failure. But most important is the fact that a student leaves the counseIor's office in a hap- pier frame of mind than when he entered. ito the senior file cabinet. He carefully charts the course of each graduating Counselors Are tudents' Best Friends xl X "N lofi L is i ,i ,ff JV-"hh, glb . dai' fx l,..L i i ' Rei i , . X -1 ..,-r ' L , A ' A s. Birdie Elder, Counselor for half of the ninth grade and all of tenth grade, tells a sophomore that he cannot have a schedule missing him at the end of first period. She counsels each stu- t about the required courses and what his tests show that he an aptitude for. 4,,.... Y, I Mr. Isaac Hernandez, ESAA Assistant to the coun- selors, checks his crowded schedule. Mexican- American students find him to be a good friend when a problem arises. l Mr. A. L. McElroy, eleventh and half of ninth grade counselor, enjoys a light moment as he checks schedules. He knows counseling is a very serious responsibility, but he balances it with a great sense of humor. Mrs. Algaree Jackson, Instructional Aide, helps the counselors keep the students from swarming them. Mrs. Jackson lends a helping hand wherever need- ed. She organized and directs the Green B. Drill Team. English Is Popular ubject With Tech tudents In a technical school communication skills are stressed The English teachers realize the importance of making their subject applicable to the everyday life of the student The English courses are taught by such techniques as role playing and the use of media materials. The students are Involved in all aspects of learning. ln many instances they have helped with the planning of their units. Mrs, Helen Drake Mrs. Elaine Beeman Department Chairman Future Teacher's Sponsor Annual Sponsor Senior En9liSh Freshman Class Sponsor Senior English sv' xii . 'X 'xg ,fix fs af .Q ,ep sscr S l 5 c gg if , - f -try gin A f 10 Elf 4 f r Q5 J is if Mrs. JoAnne Jenkins Mrs. Sentelius Slider Junior Class Sponsor Freshman English Junior English Orise Perry plays the role of the Lawyer from The Canterbury Tales in Mrs. Beeman's class. Mrs. Maureen Baldock R.0.T.C. Sponsor Junior English Mrs. Mary Van Hooser Eleventh English F123 AT S x Miss Vernelle Corn, Freshman English L1 I g-1 fm... . MW 3 , Mrs. Catherine O'Dell, Freshman English .l.l 'l s 0 ,alum Mrs Faye Newton Annual Business Manager and Sop homo re English JS -f:.-gg' I" . WL'- N W- it.. ff- " ' 441-.9 Q-px. Mrs. Faye Stilson, Sophomore English Darlene Toles, Melinda Jiminez, Viola Carter and Debora Donnell are students in Mrs. Baldock's class. They are involved in multi-media project using the theme "The Inner Struggle". Slides were made to illustrate a popular song. Mrs. Engli Julia Cochran, Senior Class Sponsor, Sophomore sh 19 Language Arts Covers Man Iris Pabon an to printers. Mr. John Gales Freshman English Gloria Mendoza dresses as Queen Elizabeth I of England as she gives a report for that period an Mrs Probably the only Indispensable of all personnel in Beeman s Senior English Class Mrs. Elaine Michero Speech teach er, helps Patrick Willis get ready for his speech N F, Library upplies Vital Information For tudents 'ugh' JRQ' V ., Q . . l, tl al-X., 45e'a"i"Wma. . A ilk. 1 Q, 5, X Rl' I Mrs. Stewart-Library Aide MVS- H3leY'l-lbfafiafl The library at Technical High offers the students a wide range of subjects from which to choose. One may find novels, guides to proper social behavior, biographies, a wide range of poetry, easy-to-read stories and a vast quantity of reference books. One may choose serious subject matter. There are magazines for those students who like to keep informed on sports, auto mechanics, agriculture, and the latest fashion. If one wants to sit back, relax and enjoy a good book, just check out Trimble Tech's library. The card catalogue and Fleader's Guide to Periodical Literature make it much easier to keep up to date. Teen Library Association members are Phillip Sanchez lReporterl, Val Mata lVice-Presidentl, Willie Williams lTreasurerl, Mrs. Haley lSponsorl, Deborah Proctor lSecretaryl, Brindle Canyon lPresidentl. 1-,q,-.iQ-1-1 Mr. Milton Bottlinger Math Mr. Charles Orr Nlath ath Essential Mr. C. Smith Math Mr. William Harper Math Mrs. Nan Fulbright Nlath To Mathematics is invaluable to all in modern living, from grocery shopping to nuclear physics. lt has always been the cornerstone of all scientific thought. Tech offers com- prehensive math courses to each individual for his chosen field and career. One can also use these courses in every- day life. X .,s Mr. Robert Harris Physics, Algebra, and Trig. V Mr. Nicholas Restivo IVlath l v 1 X.. Math club can be an aid to students who would like to understand the basic principles of math a little better. lVlath Club is an organization in which a general knovv- ledge of math can be gained. lt is for those vvho are good in the subject, and those vvho aren't, but hope to be. Restivo explains some of the basics in usage of the slide rule to Joel Mr. Theron Byrd : ri' W2 .44 Government Department Chairman l' ,, I f ,f 1 , ff 1 i- -' 1' iv if'-I Ai fvxwxs :Q X 'ki l Fei Flrf Nlrs. Pearl Benton World History Black Studies Each Da Brings Startling World History acquaints one with the making of the Old World, and the discovery of the New World, while American History gives us the story of the New World. In addition, a careful study of world and domestic events helps students see the vast changes that have come about since the beginning of early America. Government takes us back to the building of our political foundation. This course is very important to every student. lVlany questions one may have had about our iudical system, the amendments, the lawmaking process, constitution, or any- thing concerning our system of government, can be answered by taking this course, . I rd' .A 1 1 . , , we 2 VU' r tx ,Vi A , tr V K ' . v ,K ,V E K 1 i -' -4 A V . f 'W 'J' Y s Dr. Virginia Amos Government Nlexican-American Studies Black studies and lVlexican-American studies are courses offered this year to students particularly interested in knowing more about basic cultures of these two ethnic groups. Psychology and Sociology are two courses which basically tie with each other and have to do with people and the way they think and act. These two courses are offered to Tech High students in the hopes that our understanding of human behavior and ways of thinking may help us to communicate better with our fellowman and learn to accept people for what they are. Changes In Course Of History I , l 'A2.p,,. K f' MZ r af'-X Mr. Doyle Mclntosh American History W: -QTT ' 'N 'xl , xy Q31 L.-fi, i W, Nlrs. Mary Rhodes World History 84 Red Cross . i y gg.. x"'N-i .. ,il ' - X . wav' 'f ,, 5-. Mr. Franklin E. Gist World and American History lVlrs. Fay Chatmas World History Q 1 Mrs. Dorothy Roberson lVlath and Chemistry World urvival Lies In Hands In the midst of problems caused by our everchanging en- vironment and even novv an "energy crisis," science takes on new dimensions. Since it has become a matter of survival, students have changed their attitudes and take more interest in hovv science directly affects their daily lives. 5 .ff-1 as., Miss Arlyne Blue General Physical Science Mrs. Elease Knight General Physical Science f7-NG! Mr. Charles Fielding Science Freshman Class Sponsor iii, ,957 we it tr gf f ri,t Of Future Scientists 'W r Q l y. i X 5 . Mrs. Bette Ammann Mr. John Campbell Biology 5 tx J Biology Science Club Sponsor "f Science Club Sponsor 2 S Edward Mercado, Silvia Gonzales, Mike Felkner and Anna Gonzales are impressed as they enter Alcon on afield trip. This was as far as the camerae man was allowed to go. fi i Y Ammann, Danny Rodriquez, Silvia Gonzales, Mike Felkner, Edward and Ann Gonzales leave the bus as they prepare to tour Alcon. Joe Berry, Barbara McBride, Anna Gonzales, Silvia Gonzales, Joann Marchoni, Danny Rodriquez are preparing sprigs of mistletoe to be used for Christmas decorations. 27 Band Performs At All School Activities Left to right, Row 1- Jack Valle, Paul Raines, John Miller, Charlie Owens, Esther Calva, Windell Painter, Stephanie Lindley, Annie Guadarrama, Sylvia Mendoza, Gloria Mendoza. Row 2- Lee Powell, Edward Mercado, Niphateria Gentry, Debra Sanders, Ronnie Ayala, Bernardo Cortez, Tommy Sprinkle, Glenn South, Jessie Garza, Joe Moron, Cindy Medrano, Willy Clemons, Danny Trujillo, Johnny Guadarrama. Flow 3- Yolanda Sanchez, Gregoria Elizondo, Vickie Cornish, David Wyatt, Pat Sadler, Veronica Butler, Sherry Christopher, Shirley Medlock. Row 4- Ausben Jordan, Michael Dominguez, George Jefferson, Waymon Sadler, Joe Wilson, Charlie Cardenas. Twirlers-- Darline Toles, Peggy Owens, Geanetta Cooperi Drummers-- Michael Brown, Lionell Sharp, Ruben Flores, Ricky Avina. Boy TwirIer-- Kenneth Finley. Drum Majors-- Gilbert Herrera, Leticia Flores. Director-Q Alfred Riley. ' l ex...- Leticia Flores Drum Major 28 Mr. Alfred Riley Director of Music i l E 1 l l i i l , is " Gilbert Herrera Head Drum Major The 1973 band selected Gloria Mendoza as Band Sweetheart and Ronnie Ayala as Band Beau. It is not whether the team is winning or whether or not first place trophies are being handed outg it is the lump that comes into the throat of the onlooker when the Green Wave Band steps proudly onto the field. lt is the memory that comes back to an ex-stir dent or the pride that is felt by today's stu- dent, that makes it all vvorthvvhile. A band represents the spirit of a school and Tech's Green Wave Band is no exception. - in '-71 M4 i i l W-, . et. N1 , VK vw' xi-ew "1-1 . . 1 h"'. L. N A as-of fs., M -f f-2-svtf-wf.s.ilie1i,'af..ier....f...sp as -if ,s N QM, " ' ' f - . i 4 .is -ee..-J K ,, L 7' ' s ,, stsliiaw -ff Mum-m Q H..., . .M A AV , Q W , . , A .,. 'P :iji:"fff:ii',5:'zf'r ' 7 ll" 'l "igf,'Q'jin'.. 5' 4 A f ,gi.,a - , V rt s . ii. .T s - r. -msgs,-.Ly ., ef? ef" , 5 ' if , 5, ' ' ii "?i3"ir'f'P'?fl iff.,-i'-flip? Q'-fa iw ' ,w'fQU'A5i'?J"f i s. 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N0I'lT1H MBYUHEZI iFt'ow 23 Linda Easterling, Gracie Ford, Patricia Gardner, Cynthia Cabral, Strong, Debra Williams, Sallie Hernandez, Deborah Garrett, Charlene Sanford, Ruthie Lincoln, Jan Goss, Darryl aylor, Harold Moss: lRow 3l Billy White, Scotty Loyd, Eugene Smith, Paul Garcia, Alvin Dudley, Iva Thompson, For years since the opening of Tech- nical High School, a chorus was the by-product of an already overworked Music Director. The fall of 1973 saw a change. Tech had a fulltime chorus teacher. The chorus has finally come in- to its own. lf the Christmas program was an example of things to come, our chorus will represent us proudly for years to come. ia Washington, Grady Lovelace, Willis Williams, and Ricky Diamond. Pianists are Alicia Jones and Angela Mr. Dickson, Director, works with a small group who listen intently. These students serve as officers of the chorus. They are Ricky Diamond, Rarold Moss, Debra Garrett, Phyllis Strong, Iva Thompson, Patricia Gardner, Billy White, Alicia Jones, Scotty Loyd, Leslie Carpenter, Barbara Leggett, Charlene Sanford, Marilyn Brookins, Jan Goss and Christine Avina. Health Occupations - A Vital Training rea A happy teacher makes a happy class. Mrs. Ruth Neal, Health Occupations, is proof of this. Health Occupations offers students an opportunity to train for a profession where there will always be a need. To prove its popularity students enrolled in other Fort Worth high schools come to Trimble Tech for this course alone. Dental assistants and dental laboratory technicians who received training at Trimble Tech may be found in many offices and labs through- out the city. Students in this class have formed a club called TAHOS, Its membership is limited to students in Health Occupations. lt helps students to know one another better. Members form ties that last even after graduation. '-QQ: X Mrs. Ruth Neal and TAHOS club members Janie Mata, Earnest Dial, Sylvia Hernandez, and Mary Rodella count out toothpaste packages to be given for Christmas presents. Ma TAHOS members Juanita Mendoza, Virginia Briones, and Sylvia Hernandez enjoy refreshments during a club party. 32 Teri Martinez assures Rosemary Vasquez that the X-Ray shows no cavities Ceramics Switches To Free Lance rt Course -Z Jacqueline Scroggins does not look down on the energy because it has provided opportunity to cover mowreas 4 , 'Z Though Tech students are afford- ed many areas for artistic endeavor, ceramics is an area where the child- hood arts of shaping and molding can be integrated into the second- ary education program. Although ceramics focuses primarily upon clay, this year's students have also had the opportunity to delve into the more unfamiliar art fields of jewelry-making, macrame, batik, mosaics, paper mache, and stitch- ery, because the energy crisis has curtailed the extensive use of kilns and other energy consuming equip- ment. Although ceramics is not as well known as some of the other more orthodox art forms, it is an area where students may put their artistic talents into utilitarian crea- tion. l i . ,, f . A - 1 k .,, i f i 2 sicc ., it 1 fi 'WC 2:0---tr tw. 33.45. ' Q, ' 22.1, ' ef W v l -7-54,-f.li We d4,l.,'L1" ' X, ' , ' . ll i ' "Who says weaving is only for girls?" ask Kenneth Finley. :,2,1'vr g , k1',Jl bf , .f X-K X' Leticia Vargas smiles as Diana Castillo works on a clay project-a pig! Bernardo C0062 is diSPlHYifI9 hiS Skill with 3 bfUSh- Since there is no definite work schedule, art students can work more or less at their own pace. Commercial Art Demand Mrs. Anna Blair rarely spends time alone. She yeatly enjoys being and working with her students. Mrs. Blair takes great pride in her students' work. And why shouldn't she. She has helped them get to where they are today. Freedom of expression has become an essential part of our modern society. lVlrs. Anna Blair and lVlr. Don lVloore seek to meet these needs. They encourage the student's enjoyment in what he does. Their main desire is to help the student understand his talents and capabilities, and to bring them out. Blair and Moore share the pride they have in their students. They enjoy seeing their students happy because they feel that somehow, they have added something special to their lives. Leopold Revada watches quite intently as Jose Melia concentrates his tale on an Indian lnk drawing. Q l 4 Patience And kill t , .. I 'QQ fd.- xx Q2 These two students seem to be quite enthused with Mr. Moore's point. Commercial art students share a sense of mutual pride in their work, A good teacher can produce good students. This is proven by Sherry Chris topher and Felix Jackson, two Techites who really know their business. Cosmetology Gffers Valuable Training In 5.- x iw .oay Self-improvement, individual achievement, and job training are major concerns for cosmo students. Besides preparing students for future employment as beauticians cosmetologists, cosmo provides opportunities for individual excellence and exercise in good groom- ing. Personal Care nd Grooming 466 4,41 U! i mp- --v-V.-m..,,,,,,, "'r.'-ma... ........... rf-1' '-u-.gaw .,- ,, - 'ww New ,.. ,,,eN'..,3,:,,,..,.. , Y W ,ww , ' u-...W ' ' l' ' vw-....... 5,,,.,. 21:1 .., .-.-., ' 4-r -av-vu... ..-.. -M ....--,T-.. ... .,..,,, ., -W aff., . N,-J-e .--N- aa..W,, . M f:.,1..,Y1,..... . - - 2,-. ,, M na., y--1,L...,.... , AM, -v--nu,:.-.... . --u-ggn..--1 -4... ... ... .....-an-..-... V. ...,. l x sf Students learn the basic techniques of cosmetology as well as various other areas of specialization including hair, nail, and skin care, various techniques of bleaching and dying, and styling as well. Upon high school graduation, a cosmo student is then qualified to take the state board exam for obtaining a beauty operator's license. ..H-9-s....n. - -- in -. ...,:.-...- L 37 Mrs. Bobbye Long Typlng Office Duplication General Business is an introductory course offered to 9th grade students. It stresses subject matter which will help the student in future business classes and in personal business matters. Course content includes introduction to business, career education, money and banking, credit, taxes and insurance. Office Duplication trains a student with the office machines field in mind. lt prepares one for the basic tech- niques used in modern offices today. The classroom is equipped with typewriters, duplicators, memeographs, offset press, adding machines, cash register, and Xerox copier. Bookkeeping is the study of a simple systematic way to record the financial operations of a business. Bookkeeping records aid a business or individual in planning for the future. This course also serves as an introduction to the field of Data Processing. Advanced Typewriting is a course in which student re- fine their skills and become "top-notch" typists. They learn to type faster with a higher degree of accuracy, as well as, to produce large quantities of work in a shorter period of time. At the completion of typing, students should be able to go out and obtain employment by using their typing skills. Clerical Practice prepares a student basically for clerical and all office type work, As an office clerk, one is taught functions of all machines such as adding machines, dic- taphones, calculators, offset press, typewriters, memeo- graphs, duplicators, and cash registers. Looking for a course that is both interesting and re- warding? lf so, then shorthand is the course for you. The average shorthand student finds that it is possible to save much time when taking notes in class, etc. The study entails much hard work, but upon its completion one finds that it has been well worth the effort it has taken to develop this skill. This art is helpful whether one seeks further education or a business career. lVlost second-year students finish the course taking dictation at 120 wpm and typing at speeds between 65,70 wpm. Business Law is an informative course which deals with various phases of the law. Particular emphasis is placed on the function of the courts, how the law affects minors, contracts, consumer law and a variety of other laws that affect both students and adults with respect to their legal rights and responsibilities. Business Communications is a very beneficial course designed to teach business students how to compose and write business letters. It is primarily designed for junior and senior students. ln addition to business letter writing, there is also emphasis on the importance of oral communi- cation, taking telephone messages and following oral and written instructions. YE 1 S 'fl 374 I s 7 S Data Processing Industry If -'P ,J j ,f,,,,,,et,. Miss Joyce Beard and a group of DP students are apparently engrosed in this particular program printout. From the moment the prospective Data Processing student en- ters room 165, he or she realizes that this is an entirely new world. A world of progress and machines which has commercially affected our society since the 1950's and boomed in the 6O's. This course holds the key to training for countless varieties of employment. The student can learn the basics of each machine: the keypunch, verifier, reproducer, interpreter, collator, sorter, accounting machine and the lBlVl System 360!lVlodeI 20 Computer. In addi- tion, the internal schematics lmechanicsl, programming and opera- tion of each machine are studied. The students are expected to work independently which enhances the class atmosphere, for it is that of a genuine working situation. Miss Elizabeth Rhodes aids Amelia Dennis in the programming of a control panel for the 402 Accounting Machine. -18 ,Elf .. in Lisa Ashton and Shirley Lyons are concentrating their efforts toward the soluti of an assigned problem. ,,f . Q c i l l i Paula White is loading the 2415 Tape Drive, on of the many forms of stora units used in this department. Rapidl Expanding Field ' we 'Tv 9' ,OEA Data Processing Club officers are: Barbara McBride, vice-president: iVicki Proctor, treasurer, Edward Mercado, historian: Loetta Bowman, re- Wporterg Josette Hernandez, secretary, Debra Hall, parliamentarianp and Molly t Gamez, president. .. gi ,, ' The OEA Data Processing Club participates each year in three con- tests: the area meet, this year in Ft. Worth's Sheraton Hotelg state meet held in Austin, and national, held in Minneapolis Minnesota. Categories entered are keypunch, unit record, general computer programming, proa jects, notebooks, and chapter activities manual. freshmems at the DEA Initiation pany- , it -5? 'if , af A. "1 i r o i ' " Q' ' ' wifi f V- 2 -iifi- W fi tr., W i Kawai ' W Irene Hernandez, Cindy Powell, and Loetta Bowman are enjoying the re -1313 , 1' l I be x , i 5 get i X Fixx. af Xt u 'x istigei t' t i ffr 1 M3 C ,-- Study and usage of unit record equipment such as the keypunch are the primary and basic steps in this course. "He went that-a-way!" says Mrs. Good referring to the little mouse who makes his house in the homemaking department closet. This pair of future homemakers seam to find something amusing about some prepara- tion procedures. Home Economics Geared lisa., . ,4 A Two girls are working dilligently on the production of some home-baked biscuits. TT'5 1 "That is not hand lotion, that is dishwahing Iiquid!" remarks Sandra Martinez. Toward The Modern Ms. Future housewives? Not necessarily. Homemaking at Tech, although it includes the elementary arts of clothing production, and food preparation, also provides such specialities as home furnishings, diet and nutrition, family living, clothing design, interior decoration, and consumer education as well. Despite the fact that all of these activities radiate from the home, Tech students have discovered the many and varied career opportunities open to students with training in the homescience. Homemaking students are working on their sewing projects. J :ff A lv. Agfxfc- . . xiii-ff J Miss Conatser gives this student's work the 'once over'. These girls seem quite engrosed in their work. i' I Y . f ' fy , . z Photography Serves As An Insight v 1 v Alex Gonzales, this year's annual photographer, prepares another roll for the presses. p--wr Sherrie Johnson develops several rolls of film. 44 f 5 1 Mr. D. L. Jones 1 These students have iust printed their photos and are developing their ' t Photography it s r I , Z 1 To The World Of Photojournalism 5' Photography combines the studies of chemistry, physics, mathematics, and art to produce a separate and unique field of its own. Students have an opportunity to ex- press their creativity through the medium of photography. Instruction covers the proper composition of photos as well as the tech- niques of picture taking and darkroom pro- cedure. Artists in their own right, students find opportunities open to them in adver- tising, medicine, news and sports reporting, and construction as well as commercial photography. David Phillips sets up all the equipment he will need for his project hw Davud is taking a light meter reading from his subject- a dummy. John Vasquez is contact printing. Printing Students Learr Students in Tech's print shop obtain experience in both offset and letterpress printing, hot and cold type composition, and bindery as well. Graduates are eligible for apprenticeship as pressmen, printers, cameramen, strippers, and platemakers, however, many students find there are many other areas of the printing-graphic arts industry open to them also. Mr. Hogan helps Sabino Obregon to proofread a printing job. Proofreading is one of the most important aspects of printing as it is here that mistakes must be caught and corrected. i Rudy Flores examines the offset press. l l Johnny Valle and Merced Barclo complete a printing iob on the platen press. -Q: ii i Kp, f YQ 1 . - ' -Jim x -1 f- f 8. Q :Y ,Ai 5 S A 6 - ..- . 1' A ay., ' y T I A : I A ,I " -. ,pw , , U " , . 2344 ' ,. Q, t , 'v. -4, 'f mf.,-' fr- fa ,X dx, Q. .,-, 91114 4-7 , :'f . ffl? V . W Q jk, Q li al af: i, i '?V"5g Y' ,SV 1 'Q' lg.,-415 if? I I. 1 Q in 4 U .434 -I HQ - :Mx J, 5,,,a.,Q'sQ f E, 'I I ' . fi - A -f i All Cmalf . g' ,L A' l W V x' '11 'I ' M", ' 2 g i '55 A . I I " -'-- P .-1-1' 'r- 'r-rja? Dx f-'X '- I 1 O ' w1 Ii ly A 0 W 1 5 7 . bfc. N ' .. " , ' 43 5 1 1 " ,A ' -,Y '54 1 ""', - '-.-Q.. nw A ,..0 'J fm' .Z I 4 4 A' . mgiliic Qn,-fwmwfmzm, A X 1 X f X Q,H-f f 'f4'f4f'fC:feff4ff1ifA 'Q - - . i ' W. 1 r E S I F 5 Q sl ,4 lv f ' Z4 IN A . 'ax' L X Ab n WJ, Mm -MMM -Lv: I L . ,. i ga x"w 4 F ,H ugh Whip., A student looks on while Mr. Hemphill transfers a billfold pattern onto a piece of leather. in Leatherworking And hoe Gerald Wrice finishes a pair of heels. Although shoe repair and leather trades is a new shop at Tech, many students have found Ieatherworking to be both an interesting and self-rewarding trade. Major concerns include shoe and leather types, care, repair, dying, recoloring, and restyling. Students should become proficient operators of all leatherworking and sewing tools and machines. Opportunities open to these students often include all phases of leather working, fabricating, repair, design, sales and management. ,Of 1 43,4 Terry Botton does repair work on a leather jacket. Anthony Wright applies cement to a shoe needing a half-sole. if 'Z if '15 11 'Cl U I 1 M 5 ef Me Recolormg and dymg plays a hug part an worklng wlth leather Rickey Wulson Mr Hemphnll shows Thomas Kulgore how to use a nose cone to attach heels. Upholstery nd ill Sz Cabinet Ari it Eddie Shaw and Mr. Smith install an arm on a chair. Patricia Moss sews while Floyd Cunningham and Howard Bailey upholster a chair. I I A A h Upholstery IS a creative occupation requiring a sense of artistic design and an aptitude for mathematics. Manual dexterity and an eye for detail are needed in repairing sofas and chair frames. attaching webbing, installing pad- ding, as well as for the final cutting and sewing and instal- lation of the outer covering. Students in upholstery in addition to learning a saleable skill enjoy making throw pillovvs, stools, and other useful personal projects. They have an opportunity to learn leadership by participating in V.l.C.A. Club activities. Jerry Locket: blindstitches 3 pillow, Four hands are better than two in this case. Wilmer Matthews and Collins upholster a chair. y rtistic As Well As Industrial Trades Trades 'i-+ mil Eze' Mr. Monzullo explains the correct way to install door hinges. Mill and cabinet is a course designed for those students inter- Rau' Zavala opemesa tamesaw' ted in pursuing a career in the woodworking industry. Course struction covers basic techniques of woodworking to include lection of woods, planning, design, cutting, and production. 'udents should become proficient operators of both hand and -echanical tools. Some students find that working with wood iovides a unique opportunity for expression that is not only itistic, but useful as well. i - r t ' 6 i , K 1 ,A,, .z ,, Q 3 II' z ,S i it A y k.'VApM,,,.,.0.A4s-iv-'AT' Af Ll i , n l Randolph Ferguson sands the edges of a table. Stephen Crear operates a planer. Industrial Electricit Offers Shocking Experience When not completing a live job, Charles Horton and Larry Nero acquire experience in wiring by working with a mock house frame. Industrial electricity is a three year program where- in students study basic and advanced electricity as it pertains to operation, repair, and maintenance of electrical appliances and motors. Class instruction covers both the theories and applications of electri- industrial sites. Shop work includes live jobs such as work on electrical motors and appliances. Career op- portunities open to students include both sales and manufacturing as well as appliance repair, electric motor repair and rewinding. city including the wiring of houses, commercial, and xi, a li 1-'Q " -9-:S 0 4 'ua Mr. Thomas C. Nixon "Plug me in for a hot time in the old shop tonight!" Industrial Electricity Students Are Provided ith Basic Knowledge Of Electronics x Z' ' T Dwayne Woolridge uses testing equipment to measure voltage of power supply. Since we live in an ever-growing and changing society, pre- paring for a career in electronics is a challenging task. New technological developments and manufacturing processes are constantly causing shifts in the character and types of employe ment. Therefore, it is necessary to have thorough understand- James Johnson, left, instructs Dwayne Woolridge and Mitchell Phillips in the use of testing equipment. The purpose of the industrial electronics classes, at Green B. Trimble Technical High School, is to provide an opportunity for young people to investigate these scientific principles, learn the technical knowledge required in the electronic industry, and develop saleable skills. ing of scientific principles and a variety of basic skills and knowledge combinations. 1483! .- S-vs Mr. Allen demonstrates the use Of the DCNIOSCOPE to his students- Joe Wilson and James Swanner test an audio system they have assembled. Industrial Arts Drafting Aids Students In Many Areas ' . l ' ' 1 V7 i K f sl d ' ,W " .gf . fl f. , wr L ' va , ", 5' xy J, ,t to Mr. Greathouse and Steve Robinson discuss a drafting problem. Industrial arts drafting is a course wherein students iearn drafting as an aid to other more in depth studies. Students taking this course ordinarily have majors in other fields such as machine shop, wood shop, commercial art, wherein the art of drafting is an essential addi- tion. It is open to all majors as an elective. Leonard Anguino, Mickey Burnham, Rickey Bedford, and Eddie Galindo learn how to draw lines. Ricky Bedford sketches a design. Leonard Anguiano learns a new way to write the alphabet Engineering Drafting Attracts Particular tudents L .vf l l if "I already told you that once," says Harold Reeder. li- l i WMM' Luther Alexander prepares his work in Structural Detail. af affm . . 3' ' 1 v -xi Although drafting is not often a skill pursued by the females, these two sisters are very determined to make their way among the men. Engineering drafting is a course designed for those students in- terested in drafting and engineering as a vocation. Students study the terminology, theories, and principles of engineering, as well as the correct interpretations of instructions and applications of materials, and the preparation of specific reports. This training prepares students seeking employment as a civil, electrical, mechan- ical, or construction engineer, architect, draftsman, estimator or surveyor. hi Michael Dominguez, right explains a problem in machine drafting to Ricky Avina. 55 ,f Mr. Woods and Don Henderson discuss a special operation relating to the lathe. An advisory board consisting of representatives of labor unions, shop foremen, owners, and superintendents, and safety engineers as well help insure that vvork in Tech's Machine Shop will not only be relevant to the industry, but an educationally profitable experience as vvell. Topics covered in this course include measuring equipment, shop organization, shop safety, terminology, computation of machine speeds, numerical con- trol programming, and blueprint reading as well. Industr Depends On Q50 ff' 4 ,. k f Mr. Woods shows David Martinez how to check the set up on a milling machine. James Estes cuts a live center while Doug Billiot performs turning operatic on a lathe. In order, that classroom experience remain as close to the industry is possible, students are required to complete work upon all the varioi and vertical mills, grinder, numerical milling, jig bore operation, oper tion, students are also responsible for the repair and maintenance at tl various machines. These students eventually seek employment at tl various levels of machine operation, shop supervision, manufacturin design, sales, and programming. James Mendez and Dwayne Medkiff complete a club V.i.C.A. project Phillip Cortez cuts the outside diameter of a part set up between centers while Don Henderson works at some other phase of lathe operation. Mr. White and students discuss the operation of small engines. Power Mechanics involves the study of power itself as well as its applications. This shop is a beginning level course preparing the student for further study in courses such as aeronautics, diesel, auto mechanics, autobody, air conditioning 81 refrigeration, and machine shop. A , 5'fTf'f Robert Marsh and James Hyatt hope that this machine will in this case "cut the gross." They are getting ready to test out their work. Power echanics Is An Explorator Course For . any Different Routes sb- Eliseo Portales and James Hyatt replace a recoil starter on a lawnmower engine. Mr. lNhite looks on while Mitchell Evans and David Ortiz overhaul a small engine. , l it echanical Trades Help tudents Choose Major 'asain Mr. Stebbins gives Joe Munoz instructions on fixing a gas tank. Stebbins tests a battery while Essie Mishaw, Mario Rosas, Johnny n Otis Johnson, Lawrence Parker look on to see how it is done. Otis Johnson, Robert Valle, and Mr. De Luca watch as Joe Munoz installs an automobile speedometer. Mechanical Trades, one branch of the state directed CVAE, or Co- ordinated Vocational Academic Education program is an enrichment course designed to bring students to a greater level of achievement from hence they may eventually choose a major course of study. Aimed primarily at first and second year students, this course provides a basic cluster of mechanics instruction including auto mechanics, Welding, auto body, small engines, and machine shop or power equipment. In- struction is designed to give the student competance in a basic single skill of a particular trade. He may later expand upon this training chosing a major from such courses as diesel, welding, auto mechanics, auto body, machine shop, or aircraft. These students are working on a fuel pump and oil line. John Hyatt disasembles the front end of a Chevelle. Auto Department Is Most E E 2 lvl Mr. Gilbert Franklin gives special instruction on working with X fiber. Y .l 1 4 .gf X Q., ., l I t v-N. 1 Y i Y me' f- 1. ...iv V Bobby Amador, Billy Perez, and Rafael Surita work on a V.l.C.A. project. 4 Selected ajor t Tech 3 x ,QP X X x wi :K X 4 . A3 F il? ggi' if' V, - ' I . ,f 1 5 f .. ' ' A r . , ffl ' i ,ff , , fe ' , 9 V wi, . lx 5 5 Q V ,5 ,lNQ?ii L " 1 + f f: Q ' ,ef-f..11 - - I ' , .L fi.: V .-sg, . 6 3, 'fum fift- . " -W4 4 t . ' 1 Q 'fig ft Carlos Moreno repairs a damaged fender. Steve McGuire is repairing and sanding a damaged door. ' 4 ASL llllll Billy Perez uses a body sander to repair a damaged fender Samuel Richardson is using a sander to repair a left quarter panel on an EI Camino. Concerned with the exterior aspects of auto main- tenance, students of auto body and repair, find themselves able to "put Humpty back together again." Besides class- room instruction, students do actual paint and repair work. Ultimately they become qualified as auto body and pairment or as specialists in the fields of glass, paint, align- ment or trim. ugh Trimble Tech uto Department Ricky Bedford, Gilbert Campos, and Larry Valdez complete a major tune-up on this car. Although there are a number of shops designed for instruction in the automotive industry, auto mechanics remains an everpopular course selection for students possessing an above average interest in the automotive industry. Students observe and perform all phases of automotive maintenance including diagnosis of malfunctions and repair and replacement of various parts. After completion of this three course, students may pursue a general career as in general mechanics. As another choice they may go on to specialize in brake, tune-up, overhaul, alignment, transmission, electrical, or exhaust work. N is RSX Nelson Irvin and Kirk Douglas diagnose this car's ignition troubles. M., Charles Johnson aligns the wheels on this car I J Chester Bell repairs the brakes on this car. ls One Of The Finest ,re f.- 1 M X ll. Roy Parrish and Willie James discuss the engine problems of a car on ich they are working. William Elrod and Albert Phillips do a valve iob on this car. r Martinez and Michael Brewer repair the power steering and front suspension Ricky Bedford helps Nelson Irvin align the wheels of this car. this car. Welders Sought For an Jobs lx Elijio Rosales is setting a torch. Orise Perry practices arc welding Mr. Martin over-looks while Bruce Proctor and Larry Hobston oxyacet- ylene weld. Richard Martinez is arc welding while Sammie Willis, Daniel Arriaga and l Richard Manetoy look on. ' i l l Welding is a skill useful in most any of the other technical trades, as well as one which may itself be considered a major study. Shop instruction at Tech covers all types of welding and all types of metal cutting and fabrication machines. Graduates seek employment in any one of many fields to include manu- facturing, construction, sales, and repair. l I These students are oxacetyling welding. Pictured are Morris Tommy Gentry, Rodney Hawkins, Hubert Urdy, Bruce Carey, Orise Per and Gerald Sanders. l I The Sky Is The Limit In eronautics Crow overlooks as Jesus Nunez changes the sparks plugs in this plane. David Adair replaces the carburetor in an engine on the test stand. "Off they go into the wild blue yonder" or so hope the students working in Tech's aeronautics shop. This course prepares students for the many fields of aero- space by providing them with a basic knowledge of aircraft operation and mechanics. Students com- pleting these courses find opportunities open to them in the fields of engineering, mechanics, and flying as well. l 4 David Adair is checking the ignition timing on a globe swift airplane. I V' ...we a3?vW,,,,,Mg 0 . ...-rf... I-UCi0US I-YOYIS l'iV9f5 80 iiifplilne 2ilBl'0f1- Esequiel Soria adjusts the elevator trim tab on the plane. Diesel Shop Is a Unique Offering 'TS .11-Q Lupe Rangel cheeks the batteries on this International Harvester Diesel truck. Tech's Diesel Shop is the only shop of its kind in the city and one of few in the entire state. Besides close to 356,000 worth of engines alone, this shop also boasts the most up-to- date pump stands, injector calibrations, and various types of special equipment. These machines make it possible for stu- dents to gain working experience in almost any phase of diesel repair and maintenance. Students completing this course are prepared to begin work as an apprenticed mechanic and may eventually become a full-fledged diesel mechanic. Mr. Griffin is miking a crankshaft on Mercedez Diesel. l l l i l L 4 l l 4 l l Reginald Willis installs a gear train on a Detroit Diesel. Rodney Lutz installs oil pan and bolts on a Cummins Diesel. l l l , 'Z I lllln N James Brantley services ice making equipment. + ,, Interest in ir - Conditioning and Refrigeration Grows With Industrial and Commercial Expansion. In a part of the country where air-conditioning, refrig- eration, and temperature control play so important a part in the everyday lives for the peopleftraining in such a field can be a very valuable asset to students seeking em- ployment upon graduation. Students cover all phases of 'the principles, operation, maintenance, and repair of air- conditioning, refrigeration, and heating systems and are ultimately prepared to seek employment in the areas of sales and manufacturing as well as in the special fields of , commercial, residential, and transportational systems. I W vm-'I E fi Angelo Herrera and David Arriaga repair an automatic washer. ,ggnax . Mr. Russell shows Angelo Herrera, Mark Fahila, Stan Knowles, David Arriaga how to check on electrical systems. .e--4' 'i Mr. Russell instructs David Arriaga while Angelo Herrera, Mark Fabila and Ronnie Haynes service air-conditioning equipment. auwuvx-an-wtuanppaazu-- i li l ,QWSQ ifs,,,x-gx S. 5-.,,,-5, M s Q"QLux.,L General Construction Offers Many Skills .Jef in 42" 1--OP" Mr. Willord Baker looks on while Don Hayes threads pipe. Don Hayes and Luther Ricketts set forms for concrete tunnels. General construction is a preparatory course providing stu- dents with a wide range of construction experiences from whence they may eventually choose a major field of study. Including carpentry, plumbing, electrical wiring, drafting, '.-..,.,, brick and masonry work, surveying and landscaping, this course is aimed at first and second year students leaning to- ward the construction industry, but unsure of in which par- ticular field he is most interested. 31 i f Y 2 xi M s - 1' al ,Megan .ei QW' . N' . lr Psy: W Richland Goths operates a radial arm sow. Juan Ramos, Luther Ricketts and Joe Clark thread pipes. A I K Brick Masonry Is an Old, But Timeless Art rf ,, i -at if - ' . ,vw vs -A . A . 4..k -ws! N1 - ell' W 1 X N ' ., n. X . ' M K ff: vi 9 .v ,N ,H i V x. . Brown shows his students how to check Barry Goss, left uses hand tools for laying brick while Henry Cook checks for level. plumb. mand Brick Masonry is designed for the student who has a specialized interest in the con- struction industry. Classroom experience in- cludes the study of building plans, design, materials, terminology, and safety, as well as other activities necessary to prepare the stu' dent to enter the brick masonry field. Stu- as brick dents often seek employment masons, estimators, construction foremen, or specialists in the field of stone work, marble, chimney, fireplace, remodeling, and mortar decorating. 5 x' X o Cortez adjusts the joints on a tied pier. Charles Salone lays out his proiect while Stun Robinson adjusts his head joints. new W, , x P' Radio TV Trains Skilled Technicians gs N xi5qtt"t.-X , . uns .-"',g .f'4':"'. Q. mil' vo NCQ.: .N I ,Z :if . Y N gg -.. '1 James Washington adjusts a television set. Randal Slayton checks the tubes on a TV set. l i Micharl Robinson repairs sweep circuit on television. The operation, maintenance, and repair of home entertainme such as radios, television sets, and stereo equipment, is the conce of students in Tech's Radio-TV Shop. Students learn to opera , Arg 1 v If ,',f if K W V isit in f' n V ' if I' ., ,wif Jerry Williams, Cornell Turner, and Jimmy Banks overhaul an amplifier. various types of electronic servicing and testing equipment as w as the principles, theories, and terminology necessary to becor good servicemen and technicians. Mr. Fonville instructs Jerry Harris on how to oonnect batteries. l Fun, Frolie, and Future Equal FT fl FE.-,S X x --W -- r f s QQ 5 g - ' T A Q - 1- 5" ' --se if we , .ff V .i 3 i ' " x D ' A v' x ' '3, ' V, D U , X . , H K ,.? v A Q ,Q '52 ,V . ., 4 . , t ' T I , ' x JA A .M . U h . ,jfff 5 Q - 4 K . mf .1 oi " Giza:-wx i T ,nt X s' JA ' L I - . . ' i T't'i . . i " p X' I 4 VIL . " 2 . ' x 'V 1 - 4 X 4 H TA officers, Frank Bernat, Gary Brimer, Stephanie Robards, Barbara Herrera, Clayton . , TN obards, and David Carrizales discuss convention plans with sponsor, Mrs. Beeman. Q3 K r -ww if 1 Rodeo Clubbers Are True Westerners chite Jerry Tinney is the one on top. Many rodeo club members have und that it is easier to get there than to stay there. FTA members make plans for the homecoming bake sale. Future Teachers of America is an organization which combines social activities with the activities which prepare members for college training as teach- ers. The highlight of the year, the state convention, was held in Dallas, February 21-24. F.T.A. this year, has sponsored a bake sale for homecoming, a valen- tine candy gram sale on February 14, and an F.T.A. Follies for their spring activities. In lVlay, the senior members participate in F.T.A. Teaching Day by tak- ing the place of an academic or vocational teacher. Mrs. Elaine Beeman and lVlrs. Shirley Murphy are the faculty sponsors. The Tech Rodeo Club is open to all students in- terested in Rodeo. The club is an affiliate of the North Texas High School Rodeo Association and participates in weekly competition throughout the school year culminating in a finals rodeo in the spring, Not only are participants eligible to win trophies and buckles in NTHSRA competition, but they also observe a point system wherein the club that allows them to receive jackets and letters for individual achievement. panish Club Helps to Further the Elizabeth Zepeda and Tino Hernandez perform a dance, Jarabe Tapatio, while participating in Chicano Week festiv- ities at UTA. These dancers, Rosa Mendoza and Frank Ramirez, also participated in the performance at UTA. The dance they are executing is called La Bamba. I svadellexko Can l Mrs. Taymayo tunes in while students do listening drills in hopes that she can help students correct their errors. A l Sylvia Granado and Oscar Bill, Leticia Laing and Juan Bermejo are also doi La Bamba. F F3535 K7 Ili 5- ,a......m uan Bermeio, Cindy Gomez, Hilda Hill attend the Mexican American parade falebrating Mexico's independence from Spain on the 16th of September. pth of tudy in Mexican Culture Mrs. Tamayo and Frankie Ramirez put last minute touches on truck decora- tions. The Spanish Club is having a very exciting year. Their hectic schedule included a trip to San Antonio and going to different places to dance the traditional Mexican dances. This fall the dancers whirled at the NCO Club at Carswell, and at Six Flags for the September 16 celebration. As for service activities, the entire membership participated in the UNICEF drive on Halloween night and the dancers donated their talent to make the Austin Elementary Carnival more suc- cessful. Coming activities for the club include dance recitals at various schools and colleges. The highlight of the year will be the conven- tion in San Antonio, March 7 and 8. 59 g4.v01DAvO .K-!LQ.AH.Q.L Dolores Loza and Dorene Rodriques participate in the parade. Opportunities Abound for haring Rose Perez, Conrad Herrera, Frances Hyman make plans for membership drive. Students donating receive a Red Cross pin recognizing them for their contributions. The purpose of this organizations is to aid those in need of financial and medical assistance here in the United States and over- seas. Its major concern lies mainly with young orphans. The basic goal is to get students involved with helping other students as well as those of younger ages. Students communicate by letters, or by offering gifts. The organization is at the present time working on gift boxes for next Christmas for orphaned childrecl in American and in underdeveloped countries. The leaders of this patriotic organization are President: Conrad Herrera, Vice-President: Frances Human, Secretary-Treasurer: Rose Perez. ' 4,"g:W-at gif 4 t , r a 099 snow vous Love . H E l. P nu RED caoss Borg W- +v ff: FEBUARY Vi: Mrs. Rhodes and Conrad Herrera discuss plans for Christmas gift boxes. K, ,,,.- l' This poster is one of many made by Red Cross members in correlation witl the Christmas gift box campaign. i I 4 l Cooperative Work Programs Help tudents Earn As The Learn i D H il - -, ,X ,"5.., -li. Mrs. Georgia Turner Home Economics Cooperative Education Programs of cooperative part-time training are designed to provide relevan instruction, on-the-job training, and work ex- perience for high school graduates seeking employment in any of the many phases of home economics. This program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for advancement in the areas of child development, clothing and textiles, food and nutrition, and home furnishings and equipment. W i M g I 5 f i EY! . . li ' tti, t X X Lrxx U ff - l gg T Yi? X 1 , X N 41 , X ff' -xx, 5' ' I- f -.Q Mrs. Delia Medlin Child Development Child Care Pre-Employment Laboratory is a course designed to prepare students for work with kinder- garten and preeschool age children. Classroom instruc- tion includes discussion of child development includ- ing social, emotional, physical, and intellectual aspects. Such training prepared students for work as teacher aides and assistants as well as providing stu- dents With a versatility that can be advantageous in any field. 1 M A' ' X 'lelmda Jimenez is putting her training to good use during the rush of Mrs. Turner points out to Viola Carter that many factors are essential to a proper diet lomecoming Activities. Distributive Education tudents Get a Head tart E. '-lu. Mr. Wilson instructs his students in the latest techniques of merchandising. Students are Joyce Robin- son, Cheryl McFarIin, Donna Johnson, Artis Lang, Larry Tomm, Jesse Munoz, Gloria Bill, and Rox- anne Karnes. in Good Retail and holesale Positions Distributive Education, of D.E., is a vocationr program that prepares the student to go into a most any phase of wholesaling, retail, and servic oriented business. Students participate in on-th job training program which allows them to a tend school on a half-day basis while workings an approved job the remainder of the day. In th way a student receives both academic and cares oriented guidance. At the same time he gair valuable experience at a job which he may late pursue. Students may receive as many as thre credits a year for participation in this progran He gains experience that may prepare him fc employment in the vast fields of wholesale, reta merchandising, sales, and service. K - r-Q. -, st-5 , ' 7 fik,-if ff H' li S ,gt ' , . .gf ' 2 , mls' 'ii ' V It appears that Mr. Sherman Wilson is having some difficulty in getting his point across to Artis Lang. Donna Johnson finds this quite amusing. 1 ,GHZ Y' t asrt Distributive Education students are provided with numerous sources o' information regarding the business world in reference to marketing ant distribution. 1 Students Learn Truth bout Alcohol -as do "" ' - -0' f 'fu-in. David Wyatt and Delia Mata casually enjoy a leisurely ride during their visit b Jugtin, Texas, Mrs. Gist, Bobby Rambo, and Mr. Gist enjoy their outing at Justin, Texas. i i mi .1 s, 'Which way did it go?" Jlata, and Mr. Gist. ,,..-.-'A- Allied Youth is an organization promoting student activities, fellowship, and involvement without the use of alcohol, drugs, or tabacco. These students find such health hazards in direct contradiction to a wholesome atmosphere and seek to share their enthu- siasm vvith other students holding the same views. Activities include various recreational field trips, camping activities and sporting events. , 1 .1- ..- ,g,, Ji Ag A-4-2, f' M , -. Y - ,Z Mgr: ,,,'. :ew'.f,Aiw wonder Beth Lohmer. Juan Mercado, Alben Roasting weiners was one of the main events of the Justin field trip. Here we SBBMY- Gist, Edward Mercado, Keith Sparks, and Tim Lohmer. tudent Council erves the Needs of ll .g gg f 3 i 5 tudents ,sg z Q, ,K , 1 E ls Mr. O'Connor mad? No, just deeply involved in the subject matter being discussed. j i .fxif ' Frank Bernat distributes sale packages for magazine subscriptions. This was a project which was carried out as a means of raising money. In a democratic society, people must learn of the democratic way. That is the way of the Student Council. A representative from each homeroom class bringing suggestions of the student body is the way to get things done. Proposals are then written up and taken to the principal for new rules and regulations in the school and for a variety of activities. In a wider organization, Tech is represented at the United High School Council meetings by our representative, Desiree Ragland, in council meetings of all high schools throughout Fort Worth. Students take pride in the council which represents our student body. ? E PTSA Umtes Parents, Teachers, and Students w l1iff'M'ff1. Mr Rodela speaks at PTSA meeting about counseling. Mr. Joe Gonzales helps students, David Vasquez Joel Carranza and Josette Her nandez with some advice on the club The Trimble Tech Parent-Teacher-Student Associa- tion was organized in 1970 at the request ofthe stu- dent council. Their goal was "To unite parents, teach- ers, and students in an understanding with one another." The puprose ot the PTSA program is to inform and to educate. We have some entertainment, but the pri- mary purpose is to fulfill the PTA objects, to build understanding between home and school to help youth. People want to know what we do, how we do and why we do it in PTSA and our school. It is our responsibility to inform the general public of educa- tional programs, and enlist their participation in the solutions to current problems. w Tech teachers are introduced to parents at first meeting. At the close of meetings refreshments are served to all attending v't. Q 5 f ,sw Beth Lohmer: president, and Vicki Proctor: reporter, enjoy their meal dur- ing National Honor Society's visit to the Picadilly Cafeteria. Student in this organization must maintain both a 3.6 grade average for 2 consecutive semesters and an average citizenship of E. The main objectives of NHS are to create enthusiasm for scholarships, to stimulate desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership qualities, and to encourage the development of character in its members. Pres.: Beth Lohmer, Vice-Pres.: Brindle Canyon, Sec.: Joane Marchioni, Treas.: Barbara lVlcBride, Historian: Molly Gamez, Reporter: Vicki Proctor, Sgt.-at-Arms: Charles Goodwin, Par- liamentarian: Linda Morgan. The Bible Club is to help people know about the living Jesus Christ. Bible Club members study His life and examine how His teachings are relevent for us today. They also learn how to apply His teachings to everyday life. They are also taught how to share their faith as well as His love and peace with others. John Cooper, and Joe Andrews wish all to know that the Bible Club was organized to help people know about the living Christ. Joel Caranza can't seem to decide which article of silvennlare to use first. ational Honor ociety and Bible Club Promote elf-Interest in any Facets of Life The Bible Club meets every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in Room 300 and w come all students interested in the Way of Christ. I Josie Torres - Printing F l K L K L l 4. 9.51 N Patricia Sadler - DECA Yolanda Sanchez - Bricklaying J Dovie Smith - Upholstery O Il Co O Sylvia Granado - Commercial Art Weethearts np! Brindle Canyon - OEA Dominga Torres - Electronics Desiree Ragland - Refrigeration fl! fi!! N, V- ,-x 1 r H , IV Alice Johnson - Leather 84 Shoe Repair Boys Color Guards C-PFC Daniel Ruiz, C-2LT Walter Steigenualt lCommanderl, C-CPL Timothy Taylor, C-SGT Bill Pribble. Drill Team Row 1: C-PVT Steve Erwin, C-PVT Tim Boyd, C-CPL Richard Trevino, C-PFC John Ortaga. Row 2: C-PFC Jackie Farris, C-CPL Michael Graf, C-CPF Daniel Ruiz, C-CPT Steve Sanchez, C-MAS James Swanner. Row 3: C-CPL Timothy Taylor, C-2LT Walter Steigerwalt, C-PSG Joe Mclntosh, C-1 LT John Montalvo, C-COL Michael Easterday lCommanderl. What makes a leader? Maturity, organizational know how, and soundness of judgment under stress. We of the JROTC Department try to develop leaders through instruction and counseling. The technological revolution has increased the premium of managerial ability. The essence of effective man- agement is leadership. Knowing how to organize, motivate and govern the acts of people is what JROTC is all about. ROTC Strive Rifle Team Row 1: C-CPT Mary De La Cruz, C-PSG Charlene Sanford, C-CPL Elizal Emerton, C-CPT Cindy Powell lCaptainl, C-1 LT Brenda Summitt, C- Paula McConnell. Row 2: C-CPT Melvin McGregor lCaptainl, C-2LT Os Toston, C-PVT James Mosley, C-PFC Robert Grimes, C-PFC Bernard B4 C-PFC Robert Hackney, C-1 LT Jerry Tinney. Commander-CPT Vicki Proctor, Row 1: C-SGT Deborah Proctor, C- Patty Ramirez, C-CPL Elizabeth Emerton, C-PFC Sammie Roland, C- Paula McConnell. Row 2: C-SGT Anna Johnson, C-PSG Charlene Sanl C-PVT Beverly Carter, C-PVT Daraschiva Wildins. Row 3: C-SGT Lol Mustiful, C-PVT Brenda Person, C-CPL Baleria Johnson, C-PFC Rachel chez. Row 4: C-SGT Janie Montolongo, C-CPL Dinia Wright, C-CPT Mar' La Cruz, C-CPT Cindy Powell. Row 5: C-PVT Vicki Cornish, C-CPT V1 Foster, C-PVT Sera Johnson, C-1 LT Brenda Summitt, C-1SG Norm tinez, C-1 LT Alicia Jones. l C-CCOL Michele Easterday inspecting C-CPL Robert Gri 'For Leadership nd 1: 1LT Alicia Jones, CPT Velma Foster. Row 2: SGT S. Crear, SSG D. PVT P. Carter, SGT M. Crear. Row 3: SGT R. Floyd, CPL A. Dudley, PSG Shepard. Row 4: PVT C. Toney, PVT M. Hollie, PVT M. Walker, PSG L. Girls Color Guard ppc L, Ricketts. Row 5: PVT V, Cornish' PVT B. Carter' 135 N, Ma... Debbie Proctor-Guard, Vicki Proctor-Commander Flag Bearer, Mary De La Cruz lez, SSG V. Johnson, PVT G. Day, PSG C. Sanford, PFC S. Rowland. Flag Beafef. Janie M0nf9l0n90'GU6"d- i Y i 'F ""f"?"?'S'3 ef' ,aff gy' ' l The Grill SGT Miller, Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Maureen Baldock, SGT Malcolm Lanier. Walter Stoigerwalt, C-2Lt Ralph Garcia, C-Col. Michael Easterday, C-Mai. Swanner, C-1Lt Leon Jackson, C-Psg Lonnie Brown. , in QW XQ ,, xx ,22 Confusion Reigns As Annual Takes Shape ' A HOWDIDIEVER GET X1 ,X MYSELF KNTO Tr-ns? ,VZ ,Y ,gk U M x X'--, I 5 g xx 7A "Zig , M 1' a X" 5 -:ali-,gg ---. if lfx M ff' 1 F '- f i mS2":a"4'-".i--Z' Q "" 4 1 N' Diana Tejada Editor DUNT FUS5 AT ME. WHAT IS WHAT DU GET. n see, 1"-57 WHEN L GET MY HANDS ,V Af ON THAT STAFF THEY'-U. X, ' gf1li?ifTtn if F - V if A fig 1,1 :i: l ' 'KV f i fl ji-2 lj in U .-' MN: 1 r Yr.-.-f','.L3.f -w-Z-,f-.-,.:-5-JZ-' ,f M lm,-l,--:":'fH '- -'-- ' ' n xx -.N r I M Mrs. Helen Drake W Sponsor , a. s NEY r wz vs COLLECTED. 1 MR. O'CONNOR SHOULD BE PROQD OPAL TH! M0 f X "' ' QA e l ,ATM rgwhxh I Q F 5 1' ,:. I-l,,,-.,,. 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Dorene Rodriguez Shirlie Murphy Gloria Mesa s Pabon, Barbara Herrera and Diana Tejada show great emotions of spirit ring the North Side game. The cheerleaders are elected by the student body of Green B Trimble Tech, regardless of classification. lGrades are included.l They are to be the leaders of you, the students, but sometimes you, the students, do the lead ing! 1 w P Front Row L. to R.: Mascots: Little Miss Michelle Meiia, Little Miss Monique Claudine Burks. Angeiia Graharn. Loefta Davis- 3rd Row: Dianne Wright. Ansel Coleman, Little Miss Aleeee Coleman, 1st Lt. Velma Foster, Debra Hall, Capt. Lawson. Linda Lawson. Carolvn Dancer. Georgia Dav. Brindle Canvon. Cher' Carol Toombs, Lt. Cathy Toombs, Vickie George. 2nd Row: Martha Leonard, Herron, Debra English. Belinda Leonard, Roslyn Guillory, Mary Owens, Victoria Sapien, Susie Galindo, The Green B's ready to perform at football game. The Green B's were organized by Mrs. Jackson who applied her time to increase the spirit of Tech. The girls worked hard to learn formations and routines to entertain the students, faculty, and fans at half time of the football games. They are greatly appreciated by the student body, i Mrs. Algaree Jackson Drill Team Sponsor lil' Bottom Row L. to R.: Kenneth Walker, Steve Robinson, Tommy Reed, Ran- Cruz, Arthur King, Luther Alexander, Wilmer Mathews, Miles Cleveland, Con dolph Ferguson, Tony Jackson, Willie Williams, John Bailey, Brad Willis. 2nd rad Herrera, James Mendez, Larry Roland. 4th Flow: Eddie Shaw, Larry Moss Row: Harold Biglow, Rodney Napoleon, Alfred Rogers, Joel Sneed, Dennis Charles Johnson, Gary Payne, Jerry Lockett, Joe Parrish, Nelson Irvin, Jody Johnson, Robert Johnson, James Johnson, Chris Wesley. 3rd Row: Ricky Williams. Football eason Has Its "Ups And Downs" The season of 1973 was not an all out success. We feel that our ability to win came too late. We did not learn where to play our transfer athletes until the fourth or fifth game. After this we became and adequate team. Against Ft. Worth teams we finished 3-3-1 and in the district 2-2. North Side and Eastern Hills did not show us they were superior but won on breaks. Western Hills was played in the rain which hurt us more than the Cougars. Poly was the only team that defeated us by a con- siderable margin while we began to establish our dominance over Wyatt, Dunbar, and Carter. Our team showed great determination throughout the season. Robert Johnson runs for large gain against Eastern Hills. Tech lost 10-0 Robert Johnson runs for large gain against Dunbar. Bulldogs Claw 19 - The Bulldogs went out with high hopes for a victory. They started off letting Dunbar score 7 points easily in the game, but never let them have another chance afterward. It was all Bulldogs from there on. The final score was Tech 19 and Dunbar 7. Eddie Shaw calls play to offensive line against Dunbar. ildcats ti ug, -1- , 1-4 ' "' - uk X V , . t K1 :Q-, 'Y . gk A :gif l fag ' " 4 Y ' t, uri vii 1 Nt.. gf? R ' ' . ., ., f '4 ' l 'T f iframe- ' fa, Eddie Shaw John Bailey Quarterback Quarterback 81 Defensive Back 5 l O ' ' 6 1 , 5 ,f ' N, T T .re T, 3,511 Axi,u,-Lf' 1 ,T .. T, .. me Q, A, T f a ite . I X! '- 5. th i 3 , .X . i fa I' . tr ' M322 t :fr ?!fT1'eq T ,,, .,zU r,gj,'i- :z..g. N .69 2 .""k gg. 1 I V Q -gg , L - .Q 1 , t. Rss, it- iq7'f Q:-cg fgl i , v , 'u usatfwff ?L,il-:Tff Randolph Ferguson Robert Johnson Halfback Fullback 93 i fs ig .9 t A ,L liffifff K 'Q 'L,.. jf? K :iia,, I if4:,Lf'9fi I 'f ' . A .LEW'r'vZsEif f?, s1L " svfQ'Szi5Li ' 'HR ill V ' Q5 4 A ' Q E "" -A 1, , 'vgfser X 1? X, ,fe My , Q J f J K ff if Q i 2 -L A. if Q3 7 1. sfo.:-5 if use H ,. f , ' .-71:14-5 ' F g,if"?wfg3'i9 .15 WXW 'F W E9 ig' W + 3 ,A e if i, 7 t. Y. ff P wi- ' Q? 'fly 1. 'i 'gif 16 93 " Tommy Reed Winghack 84 Defense Back ,J f' Mm-. -f . 1 k f ' A. e.:?.', a..- My x ,-is-FAQ 'i 1 f!'m5f"c,i- 5 75. W , ' I N T 5 A E. iw, L,.. 1, ,. , 4 Q, ,VJ X 'L it .16 , Us-igjsi - iff F -- Q 5 '7 ' ew-1 me N33 . ' 'iifaggififvyw its-S ' Y v .. -Z -'-W, ' Egg ,a Q f 'V A.e:7l'?1:.fl:i:Ywrwi1W ,. H James Johnson Fullback-Linebacker F: W ,,,'xW, :Cy , .fi L 1 . .um 'Vff Nelson Irving, Eddie Shaw, Steve Robinson are district captains for football sea- son 1973-74. 'H J- Larry Moss Defensive Tackle Xt 'f ,- - bs? ' V'-Wai ' 7.5 . 1 I . 13' Y' I , Zqi I Z-is A if, f if ei-Q. isa , 2 Im. ga 1,fiV:f.f?g3S'5,f- fgjzzf fx " , .,',1-1115 , - 3.-ge' Brad Willis Defensive Back The offe ll nse make plans for next play. Ido r S u fe s r an V lx- , .ge iw A ff. K . 7 4 D Y 3 -vw' .V ix- 1, as P1 m, U. , V QQ 5 ,ff , M tial-new-J1,.e.1.'-,,f' 1 img-o Ain. H 1, .e M39 27 ft - . -f Hartz" :fTg1gfQf'.QY.:YL:1,,. 9:71 ,,k' Wilmer Matthews Wide Receiver-Defensive Back ln , I " ' K "T ....,. , If . ' h . h ix gb 'm:,Q, hx' az: he-2" 4' 1. , ..,, W W . qjv., f .4 4 . -, 'cam at . . N 1,4 K, -, . "13g5'+3'f "h.'7': TMJ -r Q-,,,g-'JM-y. -'-5 9' 1 41 3. KH, W'- James Mendez Linebacker-Guard Hllls Cage Bulldogs 10 0 X W" 'T ,-.. ax The defense of Tech stopped Eastern Hills offensive line. Tech defense stops eastern Hills for a loss on their own five yard llne Y 4' Y H if-V A ' s if , H v Alia! l ' i I -t 5' , , . V 1 , J-2 fl K " ' W it QQ ff pi. -.'1fff, i 'pm' -2 5 " -lie,'-P11 . .,,-.35 ,J '1 ,,-.1'5' gfq- 1 V , " gifgiwfelf-'K .. Q 'QL .J . iii Luther Alexander Offense 81 Defensive Tackle 2 RW ak .f x li A A f ?'- eil' x ' I-I 'QQ Nelson Irving Linebacker 8: Guard Eddie Shaw runs through the middle of the line against Wyatt. '13 ,iii ff N 9' --A S+ V Q .. ' ,f yd 'M - ,igebi ,F , ' .u -5 "h""" i A I ' Q' . Kfigmwf A -5 A -Q ,lg It had been a while since victory had come t - A 'V , vllaf: X? ' Bulldogs' way. lt was the final game ofthe ss , "W ' i, Q 3 W' gf V1 son for the team and with pride and enthusia: if ' We . ' f F they dominated the game. w ' 54-'ff ' 'A ' V -A if' ii" " ,3,X,:3,'iqL 31, . ?f?'ff'T1'i,: Wfillf-.3E?'Q?-'gifs "'??. ffiih jf fx' V aff" ,J ,. ' 'eff 'vf '3 ' I -3,-L: .W V 'iff1'g1" .girl 'fi-N5-afgffib Fw' .- 1 38 fflf"w:x.i' . "2 igf,JEi2Wf'5.5L"M4.fi1i3'n-'YK ' 's fi Charles Johnson Gary Payne Offense 84 Defensive Tackle 4 ve f 41 P""f A v' ' """f1t.f X ., A M g ,, r l A, X X X XX 1 Q 1 1 'iff , I W 3 ... ,i g . S f A rl I V ka, Kenneth Walker Guard Offense 81 Defensive End Diana Tejada and Mr. O'Connor point to victory scoreboard at Wyatt game: 20-14 was t final score. Bulldogs Finish With 3-6-1 Record x'5VVIY A 'xf' I ,swf 1 Q ' ii :Y A . x tr, A I : ,h. . - 9+ A ' Kfafs ji g wf ewi Q' V ' in vt jx A' ' 1 ' e v if V' 4-,J "--Q' i M fx - . ' v x I ' ' . as: iV'A vv 2 "if K!"x 'I , 9 .ii ,- ,f 1 Peggy Owens Selected As Football Sweetheart L, . . . wap X -N 4,5 My L gi .- , 1 , I .422 I o 'F U lei HE ri Row 1: George Rodriguez, .lese Diaz, Albert Quintanar, Charles Baltizar, Hugh Harris, Rudy Blancarte, MGR.: Mike Lang, MGR. Row 2: Anthony Wright, Claud Burks, MGR.: Angelo Herrera, Billy White, Aaron Salone, Larry Taylor, Ricky Jones, Robert Castillo, Rayfiold Surita, Ronnie Adams. Row 3: W. L. Jonas, Ralf Ouven- g ----. 5:-' - V-'xl-.Q shine, Jerry McKenzie, Edwin Knobles, Gary Brimer, Jerry Harris, Mike Speed, Lonnie Neal, Coach Dooley. Row 4: Sammy Willis, Bobby Smith, Wayne Woolris, Charles Atchison, Hert Douglas, Jesse Garza, Sammy Richeson, Eugene Hobson. fish: 'r" iv- .- 'M - L- - I ,U , . 4' f . 'fve- z ,f 'ft . . f. t Q , v- - ' ' . - ' I .1 f" lil' , 1 ,ug ,' ' . ' ".' U... Q, t 4, Q-X u 4 ' xv. '- ff' N 4, vvytjv. 41 LN! 'JW' . A -' y .. ' '.-INV.--Y.. Row 1: Michael Goss, Richard Samaniego, Keith Hardeman, Vin- cant Esquivel, David Hernandez, Joe Torres, Elias Portales, Tim Lohmer, Marco Rosas, Willie Butler, Eliseo Portales, Vincent Sil- mon, Will Evans, Freddie Martinez, Hector Ramos, Russell Martin. Row 2: Coach Levels, Jesse Medina, Gary Auvenshine, Ricky Rothe, -,- V s. Q V u N . il X .1 V. 1..- -. . . ,. .. -4 Bobby Rhodes, Willie Williams, Ralph Mendoza, Rene Surita, Joe Bermejo, Kenneth Mitchell, Chris Waller, Gabriel Diaz, Mike De La Vega. Row 3: Anthony Romo, Bobby Powell, Carlos Diaz, Tommy Allen, Garlin Harris, Jeffery Townsend, Steven Bogar, Robert Brid- schge, Charles Horton, Scotty Loar, Terry Stanley, Coach Tomas. B- Team Cheerleaders i i Medlock K Y Ll 3 ! C - Team Cheerleaders Castillo Bulldogs Show Athletic Abilit B Placing Third in District Front row: Orise Perry, Henry Cook, James Parks, Charles Goodwin, Floyd Robinson. Second row: Frank Cox, Clifford Taylor, Barry Goss, James Hall, Dave Jones. I , 'N il James Parks no. 10 known as l8uckyl steals the ball from Eastern Hills for 2 points. James Parks was the highlight of Tech's basketball team this year. Coach John Gales we fo- 4. v,f 1 uM Fl... 1 gif eggs 5 James Parks winds up in a funny position against North Side, Tech won 128-58. Basketball Team Picks Jessica McAdoo As Sweetheart VD Charles Goodwin shoots for 2 against North Side. Jessica McAdoo .:'3fgQQt13 F dRb h bl I Rh dHiIls. IO3 il 4 B Team Claims Cit Championship 'lT'f"-- -1 f- , ..,,,.- 45: fr' 45 Top row: Trainer: Lorenzo Cunningham, 24-Willie Griffin, 34-Larry Adams, 45-Clyde Spencer, 42-Glenwood Peterson, 35-Ricky Hudgins, 21-Michael Brewer, Coach Levels. Bottom row: 23-Eddie Shaw, 20-W. L. Jones, 12-Rommie Reed, 15-Terry Sanders, 14-Sammie Willis, 13-Dale Hunt, 33-Floyd Cunningham. District Champs 7-'l Record Season Record 22-7 ,I s, ,R wg.. , . .:43Q::1.........,,, - ,: ' L W" ,fi O Top row: Marcus Jones, Charles Hale, Garlin Harris, Willie Whittenberg, Reggie Caldwell, Stoval Williams, Wilmer Forge, Coach Thomas. Middle row: James Turner, Steven Bogar, Bobby Powell, Gerald Tarleton, Richard Sims, Carlos Tigner, Norris Donnell. Bottom row: Michael Goss, Greg Ausbie, Kenneth Erwin, Jan Goss, Edgar Sharp, Kenneth Mitchell, lnot pictured: Jeffery Townsend, Mitchell Bradford, Marcus Jenkinsi. 2nd place in District 4-A9 YT 1" fx ,Z T-, xi j ,A y , Q Q ffl ae, ,Q rj I Y X ' CL. . X "N X 'W -:ffl fwfh rw iw Qacfh Wh 1 xl ' ' 12, 'XA ",'lf'f jgf A X' I.f'1 ' . .: -- Q M if i s gl -so f V S QQ , We 'rx' 'L' 1 ui 'Ei VA UA 'us A 'K' QAAL l S ' UH ,b 4 'L V , Q . Q' . I f 5. ix - L- -Hg -1 .i -nf' David Adair, Rafael Surita, Eddie Quinonez, Billy Perez, Larry Olague, Jesse Guerrero, Tony Honeycutt, Joseph Parrish, Conrad Henderson, Manager, John Valle, Michael Bermejo, Armando Cortez, Manuel Valle, Carlos Moreno, Larry Roland: Manager. Baseball Hits Off New Spring Season of Scholastic Sports Events u XXX 1 i uf if X 12.9 .,gNl?!hff ,QQ If 1, -In Qeol r David Adair Rafael Surita Eddie Quinonaz Pitcher Infield Right Field ug. Billv Perez Larry Olague Catcher Left Field Q99 9 Regt' :I-.QE 4 .J,q I M N' yy, A X 'aff' 12- ' fl ' Mi' K 'F .2-.QM-QQ! ! - i i f- i ' . 2' f .3 W ' f , V .. F -v'. 2.1:--,-, if ' .,, ii. , . V .. 'Y- an-' . L. :fy H ,Ji Vi. K ,. "'.. W ' ,sun f':.,y" I -. -:'fZ7f 25 . . f Jess Guerrero fix'-I -.dv Tony Honeycutt Brad Willis Jghn vane Third Base Center Field Pigchef l . r 54 W t 5 5 I tying . .gm 3, J - QL, ,,-- 1 W ..., ' 2 Q' f ,K A , u A . ,. ,ag .. - - . ...Q -' V of W., ' M,-' ,,,..ff fg ,. Q - r-'un "T A ' A 1' Qi . lug, 7 . X .- g , -L i3S?3f"S' 'vii-i'S'G'!lf-'ww ...X ,mr x. rl' ' ,, ' 'T'-4 ' fig- ' Q,eg.ygs5,-V--ima,-,V. ' . . 3-F3153 ,5 ' ' . f,.fi'-gQ"ar1'f.'a. fx Q . i fm ' f -P "'f'f"2gE..?"mlf : J' 1? -,1. - 'Q ? ' 'Y . ,I5:":': "?'.w f f 33:4 4:32. 2 , -4 Q.. ,, '- is :X',wLs, i Q:-TQ ,K 1 , hx' ' 'Ill 5 'Q . , ' .- A X f 5 fi I - Ar --W - f 3' , 3 , . ' te, - x A LH ..y3f,i4mi g:gLQ-Tw, .D+-M if ...V-,.3,,.1,fW A A , . Q ' in-+.f5fs,',zf'.wi.. if ., ,api A 0 f N' V:. -sn ,, , 1-- Armando Cortez Second Base Baseball Team Is Defeated By OD Wyatt In Quater - Finals Pnche' Featured IS Bully Perez as Catcher against Everman Sfrf X- ,N - 2 45 Baseball Team Selects Sweetheart for 1974 -iv-ff Sally Cant Sweet fl.,-.. M182 Deola Cerna P Princess Bulldogs Are Powerful in Track Competitions El 1' eil 7'?:g i Sv Row 1: Napoleon Johnson, Kevin Clark, James Washington, Robert Hornbuckle, Roger Sanchez, Robert Johnson, Bertis Davis. Row 2: Rodney Cooper, Wilmer Matthews, Eddie Shaw, Lonnie Neal, Alex Garcia, Steve Robinson, Gerald Sanders, Melvin Johnson. Row 3: James Crow, Larry Wallace, Randolph Ferguson, Jerry McKenslie, Eugene Hobson, Calvin Robinson, Dennis Johnson, Dwayne Woolridge, Sammie Richardson, Reginald Willis, John Winters. QL sited .gag M . ,, gig, "'1M42s.144,m.e.ez'Q2QMeJ L . , , J - -1 3, .,,fg.3,yff+, Ak ', - ' ff. 11:16 , ef - , ,. 3 7 NX v -f . WW.,.g r , ' , XXX , J lf? X A, 'f ., 'iv X - s f f ' lrlrsf-law , . , 1: Q. ,Q Til .' l. Qfli -,JM f ' 'J . , --M, ,., - . ,,, , ,, -f., 11 ,, ,. , 4' .- - ':Tf:"jf5,,'f I iii ,fhglpt .iwhqtkl b- V I . S nh' .4,..N', 7:3 2Q'Z'1Ti?g..-Q Q. ' . 4.12.4 ,fjjfs 5" lQ,,lff- a . J 3 :f 3 -J -1,5 yfifyfgvv-pe'-4,-r-'ri-gf, . . . . . fa' ,,,..:p12Qg.,f.g,1g,a ' W: Mile Relay participants are: Melvin Johnson, Wilmer Matthews, Lonnie Neal, and Eddie ,iw . ,,,,,f- ,' ' ,"-,,N,,.gf:.:,3,wfa1-ga ' 1 1, 2J:,'gq:ffL,,a,2.' Shaw ' 'ff eff .' K rs?'??:e'nvfJ4a " ,:e.f'Q!""?"W,Q:'l ' . . 15" ., 'ff gafwfw' . View :G 4' . , , oeuS'N':i'x",1Jf-ii- Y r Shot Put - Steve Robinson Wilmer Matthews Sprinter L f -,rf Eddie Shaw 880 Yard Dash Coach Coach Clark Dooley 'W11 Ai Robert Johnson Melvin Johnson 100 Yard Dash Sprinter i r r-"1 -X-H., ,an Row 1: Michael Goss, Mgr.: Kenneth Erwin, Lee Mathis, David Hernandez, Freddie Martinez, Will Evans, Curtis Washington, Gregg Ausbey, Russell Martin, Kenneth Mitchell, Raymond Torres. Row 2: Norris Donnell, Willie Williams, Terry Stanley, Charles Horton, Patrick Willis, Mitchell Bradford, Gary Auvenshine, Bobby Powell, Vincent Silmon, Ralph Mendoza. Row 3: Coach Dooley, Willie Johnson, Carlos Diaz, Ahnin Forbs, Stovall Williams, Charles Hale, Reginald Calwell, Garland Harris, Jeffery Townsend. Laurita Medlock Selected Track Sweetheart ., K filvhf Q ,tb-5 ea iv-. Sweetheart Laurita Medlock Princess Princess Desiree Ragland Janet Mishaw . ,, chool Related ports Inspire Spirit of Competition Ruby Holmes, Lupe Ouintanar, Watkins, Frances Jackson, Valerie Wilso Cynthia Oliver. Mafia AYYBQI-1311, and P.E. Leaders Denise Romo, Pat Moss, Vickie Potter. , Annie Guadarrama PY0UdfV displav TS! Row 1: Denise Romo, Maria Arreguin, Anni Guadarrama, Lupe Quintanar, Pat place trophy for lst TCJC Volleyball Moss, Valerie Wilson. Row 2: Frances Jackson, Vickie Potter, Cynthia Oliver, Tournament. Sharon Johnson. Row 3: Cynthia Johnson, Nina Watkins, Ruby Holmes, Maggie Gonzales. i Tennis Leon Pollard, Oscar Bill, David Jackson, Frank Bernat, Dennis McFarIin, Mr. J Mary Arriaga, Anna Gonzales, Frances Jackson, Joane Marchioni, Maria Arreguin, Campbell- Lupe Ouintanar, Mrs. Carmon Poe. Golf Club Swings Into Action na, J -ff :M , vw... ..,, I Hs Wm W 5: fi? y Z 4 -'it ':7,""" ' " f - ' tilt?" if ,.. ,," M .4 Hz, hs, iz, ',LJ,WrNf,Qel, ,A wif. 4' '-vw J.. . . 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' lzz . k "wh 4-, -Tw: : W kf , iss, af W ,,,+ ' ,- . s i f-isa - ., if 5 . - . A 2 45,0 ,.,,., , 11,33 : 'ij . V , Q , QF'-Y' ' sv., 'ies-ies-SS:ai11f.,f1.12:iv.-fe,11v. f E'!Q!!FF""Si , -' Diana Tejada Robert Cantu Miss Tech Nominee Mr. Tech Nominee ...af iii pee :yi 3" iw an ."s ...- ..,, Donald Henderson Elsa Martinez Mr. Tech Nominee Miss Tech Nominee The Heart And oul Of The chool Desiree Ragland Miss Tech Desiree Ragland came to Tech from Parker Middle School. Beginning with her sophomore year, she has served as class reporter, and as secretary in her junior year. She has shown her leadership in many areas. She was selected to attend a Leadership Conference in Longview, president of OEA, junior year, member of Student Council every year. Her senior year she was secretary of the United High School Council. Desiree has had many honors during her four years here. She was sophomore and junior favorite runner -up, VICA Sweetheart in bricklaying, junior yearg VICA Sweetheart in Refrigeration senior year, and track Princess, senior year. She was Varsity Cheer- leader for three years. Desiree's major has been general business with shorthand being her first love. She wants to attend college and work as a stenographer. Gilbert Herrera Mr. Tech Gilbert Herrera came to Tech from All Saints Catholic School. He was president of his freshman class. He has been a member of the Student Council for four years. He served as Sergeant-at'Arms in OEA data processing, He was a member of the A Band for two years serving as Drum Major his senior year. Gilbert was class favorite for three years. After gradua- tion he plans to work in his major, data processing and later attend college. Gilbert lists as his favorite, Chicano Soul music and loves to dance. Gilbert says, "I have enjoyed every friend l have made these past four years, including teachers." Mary De La Cruz Antonio Sanders Who's Who Who's Who In In ROTC ROTC h0's Whos Selected On Basis Daniel Rodriguez Beth Lohmer Who's Who Who's Who In In Boy's P.E. HEC Cooperative au'-Z"" tm, iii Elsa Martinez Charles Volkman Who's Who Who's Who ln ln l Health Occupations Diesel ioficienc In ubject Area E is '-neva ,f-M-Q E Robert Cantu Vicki Proctor Who's Who Wh0'S Wh0 In In Engineering Drafting English i in i Carlos Rodriguez Yolanda Sanche Who's Who Who's Who In In Commercial A t B nd To Be Selected As Who's Who In Any Subject if if Vanessa Johnson Who's Who In Cosmetol gy Cla ance J gs Wh Lth 4 1 Vw il . Q be A 9 Y is Barbara McBrid Joane Marchioni Who's Who Who's Who In In Data P S h The Student Must Have Completed All Courses Offered In That Area wg? Lupe Quintan Randolph Ferguson Wh Wh Who's Who I In G' I P E MII d C b e Clarence Stoy Who's Who In Machine Shop f A-af., I . n i , mf-1' ,Aa 1 'aa I H 15" A Jimffff '. 6.45 A A2f-,fu' f Ei? 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Michael Felkner Who's Who In Auto Body Walter Steigerwalt Who's Who ln Aeronautics S Desiree Ragland and Charles "Tank" Johnson Most School Spirited S mors Nomlnate For The Coveted Honor Of Most The catagory of "lVlosts" was created by the students themselves. It has become a cher- ished tradition for seniors to bestow honors on their fellow classmates for just being what they are. It is in the form of a "Thanks, for being Nlost . . .". From the beginning the knowledge that the eyes of fellow seniors are upon them, makes all more aware of one anotherg it leads to a closer fellowship among seniors. -4.1 ',,,3fwr X t 'Ev i Floyd Robinson and Brindle Canyon Most Attractive Barbara Herrera and Gilbert Herrera Best Personaiity X 66 99 ' Mosts Representatlve 0 a I I I 2 I i ! . 3 i 1 i i i ei ll Ethnic Groups f Q x , 9 5 XX ., . f 81, , f 1, Ax. ,Q-. fx b A , V ' - f 71 4 W. 4, ', ' H.. x ' 1 :TX 54,-be ' 1 e- ,c WS . A 5, ' f, .fa .Y 9 ,er 'AFC 45. Loetta Bowman and Albert Sanchez Most Courteous Jerry Lockett and Alexis Howard Most Cooperative x fqp gxl ww. A Darlene Williams and Robert Cantu Most Likely To Succeed Artis Lang and Brenda Lang Most Attractively Dressed f All "Mosts" Haw T0 Promote Theii f. ,X 'orked Hard llass Activities N A V xx, X, , mr- ,gg 4- fgff-r' . ' D, ,ffif:?g -, ,T T- I iq .5 ?,,.- -- 1 ' -, C -JN f " Y gi? JA? ..- vm, ,. "Q, A.f?f:'f '- K,- x,.- , ,-NM., 4436. , -J--. - 4 ,p .Q V' Q Q., 'S Lupe Ouintanar and James "Bucky" Parks Most Athletic Alice Johnson and Kenneth Finley IVIost Talented 0 66 99 ' Selectlon Of Valentine Sweetheart A First . A S-,lx vm : , :,t 1 ,"f' K .... .4 ..s 4 ip- V '7' Y ff' ,sistm , e N f Stephanie Robards and Alex Garcia Valentine Sweethearts LYCH3 Portales and Nick Castillo Jessica lVlcAdoo and Floyd Robinson RUl1nBfS'UP for Valentine Sweethearts Runners-Up for Valentine Sweethearts WW asf f' fi I ' ff' , 'miif V ,jf . V 'F - A . 3. 51, 1 'A if ' - -wb ,W . ,, ' 'fs--za. fwqu, 5, , ..f-:.W'L4v- . , .Aw-555' -nf-if: f, , -iff . V i ,Q . tudent Body President ? J I ,gunn- iis' -L .MQ Robert Cantu ig' ' 'wk-, ' , .A ,ja ,.,.,, , I Z F i 1 i A I . E, 'I I 1 1 , ,, ,, , 2 P u . 1 A V 1 X N W F l . F i , 132 k cabral bill davis cynthia evans SENIORS jose farias ruth gonzales katherine hampton JUNIORS sogja ingram melinda jiminez thomas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- tinez JUNIORS debra nolley sabino obregon daniel philips eliberto quinonez ramona raines SOPHOMORES melvin serby melinda torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor gaila totson jeffery townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN juanita valdez billy warren zenobia washington luther alexander joanne alvarez bobby blocker susan cabral bill davis cynthia evans SENIORS jose farias ruth gonzales katherine hampton JUNIORS sonja ingram melinda jiminez thomas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- tinez JUNIORS debra nolley sabino obregon daniel philips eliberto quinonez ramona raines SOPHOMORES melvin serby melinda torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor gaila totson jeffery townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN juanita valdez billy warren zenobia washington luther alexander joanne alvarez bobby blocker susan cabral bill davis cynthia evans SENIORS jose farias ruth gonzales katherine hampton JUNIORS sonja ingram melinda jiminez thomas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- tinez JUNIORS debra nolley sabino obregon daniel philips eliberto quinonez ramona raines SOPHOMORES melvin serby melinda torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor gaila totson jeffery townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN juanita valdez billy warren zenobia washington 431 m?i5Ef.!zL?E alvarez bobby blocker susan evans SENIORS jose farias ruth "UW: hampton JUNIORS sonja ingram homas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- debra nolley sabino obregon daniel linonez ramona raines SOPHOMORES 'Ida torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor , . fy townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN billy warren zenobia washington A joanne alvarez bobby blocker susan X Aynthia evans SENlORS jose farias ruth hampton JUNIORS sonja ingram kilgore teresa lee richard mar- nolley sabino obregon daniel ramona raines SOPHOMORES torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN billy warren zenobia washington alvarez bobby blocker susan evans SENIORS jose farias ruth gonzales katherine hampton JUNl0RS sonja ingram melinda jiminez thomas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- tinez .lUNl0RS debra nolley sabino obregon daniel philips eliberto quinonez ramona raines SOPHOMORES melvin serby melinda torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor gaila totson jeffery townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN juanita valdez billy warren zenobia washington luther alexander joanne alvarez bobby blocker susan cabral bill davis cynthia evans SENIORS jose farias ruth gonzales katherine hampton JUNIORS sonja ingram melinda jiminez thomas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- tinez JUNIORS debra nolley sabino obregon daniel philips eliberto quinonez ramona raines SOPHOMOHES melvin serby melinda torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor gaila totson jeffery townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN juanita valdez billy warren 'zenobia washington luther alexander joanne alvarez bobby blocker susan cabral bill davis cynthia evans SENIORS jose farias ruth gonzales katherine hampton JUNIORS sonja ingram melinda jiminez thomas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- tinez JUNIORS debra nolley sabino obregon daniel philips eliberto quinonez ramona raines SOPHOMORES melvin serby melinda torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor gaila totson jeffery townsend patsy vaca FRESHMEN juanita valdez billy warren zenobia washington luther alexander joanne alvarez bobby blocker susan cabral bill davis cynthia evans SENIORS jose farias ruth gonzales katherine hampton JUNIOHS sonja ingram melinda jiminez thomas kilgore teresa lee richard mar- tinez JUNIORS debra nolley sabino obregon daniel philips eliberto quinonez ramona raines SOPHOMORES melvin serby melinda torres FRESHMEN timothy taylor 4 Junior Favorites Debora Donnell James Robinson Senior Favorites ark?" 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F E9 life-Tlx l .N Pamela Dilworth and Tommy Sprinkle Kenneth Kelley and Norma Martinez Runners-Up for Freshman Favorite Runners-Up for Freshman Favorite l l S 'Por Runners - Up t e Tavorltes .JN ...Q , 4+ ,j 1 ig ,W fav. W.. ... , A .1. , gm- A .ttf . nf. 'Q .Q-,, 1 n " , 1 'Wra- Va . gh Xi x-' ,I 'hl""'-' ' , 1 ll- Q ll W, F t ,, . - :?1xhv'1v j fi. "hun-i y 'llill I Q- llnlllf' " ! Ar .1 1 I ' I '- ' . ,,, i . t Q ,Qt '-gi 'i lv QQ. ,A t rys, an Y L nw X F F wil? viz ' 4 . 1 ,,., rem, Anthony Wright and Leticia Laing Runners-Up for Sophomore Favorite Q l f"!fJ-why . X Sonia Rodriquez and Alex Garcia Billy Perez and Irene Hernandez Runners-Up for Junior Favorite Runners-Up for Junior Favorite I, ' a Runners-Up For Senior Favorite Gilbert Herrera and Barbara Herrera Runners-Up for Senior Favorite Steve Robinson and Yolanda Sanchez Runners-Up for Senior Favorite ponsors Guide eniors Through Four Years lid li ll ll ll Il s 1 421' g-1-ntl 4-1 I lg if ff? , br class ish. 1 i r l I l sponsors are Mrs. Julie Cochran, Mr. John Woods, and Mrs. Pearl Benton. Not pictured because he was in hospital is Mr. Ray Officers for the Senior class are lSeatedl Brindle Canyon, President: Elsa Martinez, Vice-President: Brenda Lang, Secretary: and Yolanda Sanchez, Treasurer. lStandingl Beth Lohmer, Historian: Gilbert Herrera, Sgt.-at-Arms: Loetta Bowman, Parliamen- tariang and Darlene Williams, Reporter. Abalos, Fluben Abel, Angela Alexander, Luther Allsbrooks, Denise Alvarez, James Alvarez, Joanne Ames, John Anderson, Doris Baker, Jamie Barron, Dorothy Behrens, Gale Benavides, Adela Bermejo, Ricardo Bermundez, Noemi Bernal, Sylvia l l' 42 Bernat, Frank Bill, Gloria Blancarte, Sofia Blocker, Bobby Bowman, Loetta Briones, Virginia Brooks, Dorothy Brown, Alvarita Brunson, Lida Alexis Howard narrates the Christmas Style Sl Carrizales, David Carter, Beverly Carter, Debra Carter, Viola Chavez, Hope Chavarria, Rosie Christopher, Belinda Christopher, Lavonia Clark, John Cooper, Justin Cooper, Mary Cox, Holly Crear, Terry Cruz, Henry Cruz, Ricardo Bryant, Shirley Cabral, Rosalinda Cabral, Susan Cabrera, Aurora Callender, Loretta Calva, John Camacho, Annie Cantu, Mary Cantu, Robert Canyon, Brindle ' """? enlors Dlsplay 1 Leadership in ports .-mga lFrankie Trevinol bestows his blessings urwh Gonzalez, Ruth Graves, Terry Guerrero, Jesse Wanessa Johnsonl dU"l"9 MW- Be'3ma"'5 Granado, Alfredo Greener, Gerald Guzman, Laura English characterizations from Chaucer's Canter- Hall, Debra Hall, Delores Hammonds, Cecilia Hampton, Katherine Harless, Sheila Harris, Cecilia Harris, Joyce Hearne, Brenda Henderson, Donald Hernandez, Christie Hernandez, Cynthia Hernandez, David Hernandez, Josette Herod, Marilyn Herrera, Barbara Thx CX, ..,. , ,,..........., , k K Herrera, Conrad G. Herrera, Martha Hester, Sheri Charles Salone, as the Pardoner, and Ruth Cantu, as the lawyer, portray Herrera, Gilbert Herrera, Cheryl Higgins, William amen of Canfefbufv Tales in Enilish N355- O C Semors Look Forward to Grad uatlon X .W Hinsey, Nora V. Howard, Alexis Hughes, Debra lloff, Ronnie L. Ingram, Margie Jackson, David L. Jackson, Frances Jackson, Leon Jeffery, Sanny Jenkins, Cynthia Jimenez, Melinda Johnson, Bernetta Johnson, Billy Johnson, Donna Johnson, Tiddie 66 99 Yesterday . . . seems so far away Lang, Brenda Lara, Jose Lewis, Patricia Lockett, Jerry Loftis, Kathryn Lohmer, Beth Luck, Beverly Lutz, Rodney Marchioni, Joane Martinez, David Martinez, Elsa Martinez, Joe Martinez, Teresa Matamoros, Yolanda Matthews, Charles Matlock, Homer McAdoo, Jessica McBride, Barbara McKinney, Janice McFarlin, Cheryl Johnson, Janice Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Mary Johnson, Valerie Johnson, Vanessa Jones, Cassaundra Jones, Theresa Juarez, Israel Land, Karen Lang, Artis ml Medina, Richard Mendoza, Gloria Mendoza, Juanita Mercado, Robert Meza, Esperanza Miller, Cathy Miller, John Molina, Martha E. Montelongo, Vicki Moreno, Andrew Morgan, Albert Morgan, Linda Moron, Joe A. Mulinax, Pamela Olsen, Richard Owens, Charlie Owens, Peggy Pabon, Iris Pardue, Leatha Perez, Freddie Perry, Orise Peterson, Ben Pfannstiel, Betty Porter, Laura M. Beth Lohmer and Yolanda Sanchez are modeling ferent combinations of the same style in the Christ Style Show. A I eniors Strive to ttain High Goals jj W if Robbins, Karen Robinson, Floyd Robinson, Joyce Robinson, Michael Robles, Jesse Rodriquez, Daniel Rowe, Elizabeth Sadler, Patricia Salone, Charles Sanchez, Albert Sanchez, Yolanda Sanders, Antonio Serrano, Gloria Shaw, Brenda Smith, Dovie l l 1' Powell, Cynthia Powell, Janice Proctor, Vicki Ouijas, Yvonne Ouinonez, Eddie Quintanar, Guadalupe Ragland, Desiree Raines, David Ramos, Victor Rector, Janett 9 150 Sparks, John Spears, Sherley Stults, Loyd Surita, Senneth Tarleton, Sharon Tejada, Diana Thomas, Elma Thomas, Pat Thompson, Nettie Tobias, Laura Toombs, Carol Trevino, Frankie Tunstle, Ivy Valle, Manuel Van, Donnie Vasquez, David Vega, Mary Villalovos, Herman Villarreal, Juan Villegas, Cathy Villegas, Connie Volkman, Charles Spencer, Gregory Steigerwalt, Walter Stoy, Clarence Stoy, Kittie I Semors Are Examples To nderclassmen Wagner Jenny Walker Kenneth Watkins, Windle Webb, Stephen Wells, Ernestine West, David Wheeler, Dennis White, Loretta White, Naomi White, Paula Willars, Becky Williarns, Beverly Williams, Darlene Williams, Debra Williams, Judith Williams, Willie Wilson, Margaret Winters, John Zavala, Willie Zavala, Lucian Zavala, Raul Zavala, Cecilia Juniors Prepare For Busy Year Sponsors of Junior Class are: Mr. Bottlingsr, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Shahan. N ,,' f ' . 1 W glaze W , "' 'M .v ras. I 5.54 L .sq .,25,Q:2:' f,:, 'Y' fas"F' m T 1 It , ,, W l 1 JF' 9 'rt' s...w5'X 'tif Junior Class Officers are: Velma Foster lParliamentarianl, Catherine Toombs lSecretaryl, Victoria Velasquez lReporterl, Alex Garcia lPresidentl, Debora English lVice-Presidentl, Lydia Portales lTreasurerl, Darlene Toles lHistorianl. D chard Gonzalez, Amelia Dennis, Cheron irkington, Teresa Lee enjoy the Data Pro- ssing Christmas Party. Adair, David Adams, Cecum "4'5L,. 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Colin, Alicia Cooper, Joh: Carter, Belinda Cervantez, Geraldine Clark, Print Collins, Gail Cooper, Rodn J ' rs L k F d t ' Y Contreras, Daniel Crubb, Wanda Davis, Macaroni Dominguez, Michael Easterday, Mike English, Deborah Flores, Alfred Couch, Catherine Cummingham, Marsha Dennis, Amelia Donnell, Debora Elizondo, Connie Espindola, Maria Foster, Velma Crery, Bruce Davis, Donald Dewberry, Thernice Earwood, Kathy Elkins, Eugene Fenn, David Galif1d0. Eddie 154 'UK' 'va 3 2493, , -ii J .M 5 is 'V Br Q y.' Hernandez, Sylvia Herrin, Jeanne Higgins, Linda Highsmith, Curtis Holmes, Ruby Howell, Carl Rwgep. Huffman, Jimmy Huffsteller, Doylea Hyman, Felicia Ingram, Sonja Johnson, Bemvie Irvin, Nelson Johnson, Debra Jimenez, Melinda Johnson, Homer A-4, , Garcia, Alex Garcia, Frank Garrett, Clarence Garza, Jesse Giles, Ricky Gonzales, Alex Gonzales, Anna Gonzales, Maggie Gonzales, Mary Gonzales, Flichard Grobber, Darrell Crowe, James Guerrero, Mary ann Gare, David Haley, Joe Harris, Jerry Herbert, Cindy Hernandez, Alice Hernandez, Irene Hernandez, Olga Johnson, James Johnson, Melvin Johnson, Sharon Jones, Alicia Saenz, Jimmy Kelly, Chrolyn Civ 'vb .mr ,Q it 1.8 , Kemp, Judy Kilgore, Thomas King, Arthur King, Jay Kirby, Terry Kirven, Lillian JC X. Kuhn, Debby Lee, Jackie Lee, Sharon Lee, Theresa Lincoln, Calvin Lopez, Michaela Lonery, Gwen Lutz, Karen Manning, Jesse Marquiz, Jimmy 7 Martinez, Richard Mata, Delia j Mata, Janie Mays, Shirley McBride, Carl McFarlin, Dennis Mclntosh, Joe Medlock, Laurita ix Gilbert Herrera helps Elsa Martinez down from stage. Elsa was modeling in the fashion show. .ss ,-.-,g Juniors Work Hal N -is -ry Win Ricky Avina sets drums up before the pep rally. Make Money For Prom N-Y ,-1, n 'F it x ., V? --Q., 5 n -:i'fu.,:,1T In F -,M 1,- Perez, Delia Perez, Rosemarie Peterson, Glenwood Phemister, Gay Phillps, Daniels Portales, Lydia Powell, Lee Pruden, Keith Ouinonez, Eliberto Raines, Ramona Ramos, Rosemarie Ramirez, Willie Ramos, Robert Ramos, Sandra Raya, Daniel Reed, Tommy Richardson, Samuel Robards, Stephanie ww, is if WT., K Mercado, Edward Midkiff, Sammy Miller, Debbie Miller, Margaret Miller, Tezelle Mishaw, Janet Moore, Karen Moreno, Benny Morron, Joe Morris, Connie Moss, Patricia Mulligan, Mike Mulligan, Tony Murray, Donna Murrell, Sylvia Nead, Lonnie Nelson, Joey Nolley, Debra Nunez, Jesus Obregon, Sabino Olsen, Richard Pack, Judy Pugh, Danny Perez, Billy aah 0 "ui Robinson Robinson Robinson , Berta , Michael , Nancy Robinson, Sheria Rodela, Mary Rodgers, Norma Rodriguez, Isaac Rodriquez, Joe Rodriguez, Rosemary Rodriguez, Sonia Rogers, Alfred Roland, Larry Rosas, Angelina Rosas, Elizabeth Rose, Teresa Ross, Phillip Salando, Daniel Sanchez, Felipe Sanchez, Mary Sanders, Gerald Sansom, Andy Sazuiz, Marcello Sauceda, Scherrel, Edelmaira David N- N ,..,5 ww .-Mini fw-ls. P l ,Y f s I -f ,y- i , Z V lii' 6 Pat Moss helps Seniors win FreshmanfSenior Girls' Football Game. Penny Cano and Juniors Friends Doeonto Door For Chfkimu. HUT an unfamiliar foml of dance for most Tlchims, 8 ballet troupe provided an interesting change for a fall X -l Xt , , . .yn K Shaw, Jimen Eddie ez, Mary Smith, David Smith, James South Speed Summ Surita, Sneed, Swann , Patricia , Billy it, Brenda Flayfield Joel er, Floyd 4' 'Q' rf A-,N Toombs, Catherine Torres, Dominque Trujillo, Daniel Trujillo, lVlario Vail, Benny Valdez, Larry Valdez, Maria Valenciano, Susie Valle, Jesse Velasquez, Victoria Villegas, Cathy Walls, Lonnie Washington, James Westley, Christopher White, Anthony White, Billy White, Michael White, Paula Williams, Dermon Williams, Evelyn Williams, Gordon Williams, Sabrina Williams, Jerry S ' i- Williams, Jodie Woodard, Ronald Wills, Sammie Wright, Randi' Wilson, Joe Wynn, Carnelda Mrs. Cochran won door prize for best decorated door during Christ- ITIEIS. Mrs. Jo Ann Jenkins, one of the junior sponsorsftells the officers that they have much work yet to do. 160 GET' '- .N-faMdP30f5 Sharon Johnson is sworn in by Rose Lyons during a mock trail given by the Business Law Clas. ophomores Have Enthusiastic Sponsors Sponsors for Sophomore class are Mary Sue Conatser, Jerry Thomas, and Delia Medlen A-Q. Sophomore Class Officers are: Esther Calva lReportarl, Cindy Gomez lSecretaryl, Ronnie Ayala Wresidentl, Juan Bermejo Nice-Presidentl, Ira Mae Matthews lTreasurarl. F if 415. if ' W - Q. K 3 V Vyhz f'- i, A 53314540 " MG . Adams, Johnetta Alonzo, Cynthia Arreguin, lVlaria Gloria Meza helps boost the spirit of the crowd at Alridge, Charleace Alvarez, Jeanne Arriaga, Adam the Tech-0.D. Wyatt game. 1 Allen, John Anderson, Kimberly Arterberry, Sharon l i l i ophs Add Enth s' s t P R ll' l . . N Bates, Billie Bennett, Althea Blackshear, Dana Branch, Anthony Brown. Michael Burks, Claudine Carral, Sue Bell, Anthony Bermejo, Juan Blancarte, Rudy Brimer, Gary Brewer. Mlchael BVVCL I-al-'fence Caldwell. Debo Bell, Chester Bewley, Sheila Body, Cheryl Brown, Joyce Bufksf Claud BVVOUI Shawn CHIVGI Esther 162 5, Willie Cornelison, Garey Jackie Cornish, Vicki Geanetta Craven, Edward tg ., 1 k Ph Q . A J. 1 25 . l l f ffl. r .3 1 , , ,I '., ' . n' Cano, Norma Cantu, Johnny Cantu, Sally Carouthers, Barbara Carpenter, Rebecca Carr, Ricky Carrillo, Carolyn Carter, Phillip Carter, Jack Carter, Verna c .,.X , Crear, Gerald Crear, Mark Crear, Steven s Castillo, Jimmy Castillo, Michael Castillo Patricia Castillo Robert Castillo, Sara Cerna, Deola Childs, Elizabeth 1 Cunningham, Lorenzo Derden, Danny Currin, George Daniel, Edward Dewberry, Lucinda Diaz, Judith ,af Q. i i Christopher, Shana Christopher, Sherry Clark, David Dobbs, Charles Dobbs, Debra Duncan, Michael Earnhart, Della Earnhart, Kathleen Edwards, Regina if 'Ti Q F' ' an N 1 Elder, Melvin Erwin, Stephen Flemings, Rhonda Jeffery Brown swears in a witness in a mock trial in Gadlin, Melva Garcia, Fla Elizondo, Cecelia Fabila, Mark Flores, Yoldanda Mrs. Koch's business law class. Gardner, Cedric Garrett, Mil Elizondo, Evangelina Fife, Philip Floyd, Robert Garcia, Hortencia Gauna, Jai l i h S ll Ch ' t W ' P Gentry, Niphateria Gilbreath, Vickie Gomez, Jaunita Graham, Angela Guadarrama, Johnny Hall, Samuel I Harris' Leg Gently, Tommy Gomez, Arnulfo Gonzales, Dianne Greener, Seane Guillory, Rosalinda Hammons, David Harris, Mar George, Vicki Gomez, Cynthia Gonzales, Tiny Guadarrama, Annie Guyden, Vincent Haney, Charles Harrison, Carc I gifs --ng www Jimmy Dale Barbara Hyman, Frances Jackson, Felix Jackson, Freddie 45? Jackson, Jeme Jackson, Mary Jackson, Sandra '85 James, Jeffery Jefferson, George Jenkins, Cecita Jenkins, Robert Johnson, Cheryl Johnson, Cynthia mv! 1 2 i Harrison, Janette Hawkins, Roderick Haynes, Ronnie Hernandez, Ester Hernandez, Patricia Hernandez, Rosa Hernandez, Vincent Herrera, Alice Herrera, Clark Herrera, Jacinto Hicks, Gwendolyn Hill, Hilda Hill, William Hinojosa, Cora Hix, Steve Hobson, Eugene Hobson, Larry Holloway, Bobby Hornbuckle, Robert Hughes, Charles Johnson, Evelyn Johnson, Napoleon Johnson, Otis Jones, Linda Jones, Vickie Jones, W. L. -fs? V QQ, M 1 L ian kg I 1 .,:' A T, " 3, .4 7 , r 'I s, L Iif1'fvf2,p'1.1i flat, 5 ff . " Q 4 1 . 5' -f"'F'vfQ'.t ft s, l 'Hit rg ,IW F. 'Q' ri: Q ,Q x . ,-q Qu , .E M if Yljfzd K ILA '31 V , , .v-rg fx x 1 . N 4 r Y K 10 "ff 1 fa ll, Jordan, Ausben Jordan, Pamela Juarez, Kim Jumper, Daniel Keener, Marsha Kirtley, Ken Knoles, Stan Lamb, Kathleen Landrum, Debra Lang, Leticia Lang, Michael Latham, Christa Lawson, Edward Lawson, Linda Leal, Jesse Leatherman, Betty Ledbetter, Rickey Lee, Norman , 'F 14. sf- -3 x K S' f- 1 Y' L - -W - -Qi, zevfi, A , x -r , 9 . xx X ,M ,r ru, 4 J,'q sm it ophomor Lehr, Donnie Lockett, Barbara Loza, Dolores Lucio, Mary Ann Luck, Yvonne Lyons, Lucious Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Jesse Martines, Juan Martinez, Norma Martinez, Pete Martinez, Arturo Martinez, Steven Mashborn, Monty Mathews, Ira Dell Matson, Nancy Mays, Fletta McEIvaine, Morris Medlock, Sherell Medlock, Shirley Mejia, Jose Mendoza, Susie Midkiff, Dwayne Molina, Daniel lnjoy First Year In hree-Year hops Perez, Rose Marie Perkins, Til Phillips, Albert Pointer, Windell Pope, Wade Powell, Henderson Proctor, Bruce Pruitt, Dwight Ouintanar, Albert Ramirez, Connie Renteria, Joann Fiesendez, Abigail Reveda, James Reves, Billy Reyes, Estaislado Richardson, Yvonne Roach, Darla Robards, Clayton Robinson, Kerry Nixon, Freddie Obregon, Pat Obregon, Robert Oliver, Cynthia Oscar, Bill Owens, Mary Parish, Freta Park, Belinda Pearson, Alice Perez, Abigail Murphy, Rhonda Navo, Paul Nickerson, Robert Nixon, Debbie . 'I' Nlontelongo, Janie Montoya, Irene Mosley, Patricia 42: 15-snr lv of' w. ,.- .xw . A. y .Z r 5' w I Q 1 . J ,:. ps 1 i "" nv n .nu -of Eau JJ 'I' I - 3 W by 4? f . -. .L w x. A. F - V :- rxgw 41 ,as 16 Rodgers, Michael Rodriquez, Dorene Rolack, Joyce Flomo, Denise Rozales, Vincent Fluth, Danny Sadler, Waymond Sanchez, Rodger Sanders, Debra Sanders, Walter Sandoval, John Sapien, Victoria ff D 1 'WS sl ,-A ,ff 1,5 A if ophs Begin Christmas Holidays With a Class Party l Scherrer, Denise Schmitt, Tina Scruggs, Evelyn Serby, Melvin Serrano, Delores Sharton, Randall Shephard, Ronnie Sheppard, Marilyn Shorter, Linda Slayton, Danette Smith, Allen Smith, Charlie Smith, Donna Smith, Dwight Smith, Johnny Smith, Kenneth Smith, Norman Smith, Josie Subialdea, Olga Solando, Daniel Sotello, Phillip Speed, Stephe Michael ns, Marvin Strong, Phyllis Subialdea, Benito Sanders, Debra Taylor, Clifford Taylor, Lary Taylor, Marsha Torres, Melinda 6' VX in Q Q... 'Qt NC' " I X I4 Ronnie Ayala puts the finishing touches to his campaign sign. if 'IF' 'Vx 111 Tuston, Osorio Nail, Bryan Valle, Johnny Vallejo, Cynthia Narezo, Abelardo Vasquez, John Vela, Debbie Vela, Paul Villarreal, Jose Villarreal, Roger Vilttong, Mark Wagner, Jaclaie Wallace, Larry Ward, Sheri Washington, Nedra Watkins, lVlira White, Greg Wilfong, Mike ve Willis, Abram Wilson, Exel Wilson, Valerie Woolridge, Dwayne Wright, Anthony Young, Dwayne Zaleski, Eugene Zepeda, Elizabeth 9 ponsors Begin Four Years With Freshman Class fp-M.. Tw, Freshman Class Sponsors are: Mrs. Helen Drake, Mr. Charles Fielding, and Mrs. Linda Koch. 553' I A . f . 4 s R s FN.. its In a very close election Fran Jeffery was elected President of Freshman Class and Willie Williams won the job of VP. -.N . i A if 1' As Treasurer of Freshman Class, Amahelia Gonzales will keep up with the ml while Yvonne Herrera will keep a record of happenings as secretary. J " 3 Q Q- Q :I . 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Abalos, Gloria Alfaro, Patricia Allen, Tony All-yeung, Connie Alonzo, Arlene Alonzo, Larry Anguiano, Leonard Arredondo, Elizabeth Arriaga, Mary Ashcraft, Cheryl Asky, Michael Ausbie, Gregory Auvenshine, Gary Avina, Christine Avina, Connie Barger, Judy Barney, Linda Battle, Venessa Bell, Debra Bell, Linda Bennett, Wanda Bermejo, Joe Berry, Joe Bernal, Mary Birchill, Lee Birdow, Anita Blanton, Terry Boozer, Loretta Boyer, Randy Bridschye, Robert Q5 6 Brink, Diana Brister, Norma Brouse, Mike Brown, Frederick Burham, Mickey Burks, Danna Burks, Donna Cabral, Cynthia Campbell, Ella Campos, Joe Cardenas, Charles Cardenas, Tony Carpenter, Leslie Carrizales, Jesse Cash, Evelyn Castillo, Diana Caston, Albert Carrizales, Patricia Chance, William Cherry, Bernie Cierkley, Victor Clark, Joe Clayborn, Willie Colwell, Paul Contreras, Esther Coonfield, Bobby Cooper, Lonnie Coy, Ricky Crego, Linda Cronnover, Dwight P? 'Q lf: if Cruz, Deborah Cummings, J. C. Cunningham, Kay Daner, Carolyn Darden, Arvinia Day, Georgia Dennis, Pamela Diamond, Ricky Diaz, Gabriel Diaz, Carlos Dilworth, Pamela Donnell, Norris Donnell, Theresa Goss, Jon Earley, Brenda Easterling, Brindle Easterling, Linda Elder, Jerry I Gilmore, Kelvin Gonzales, Amabilia Gonzales, Theresa Goss, Michael Graf, Michael Granado, Sylvia Greener, Vernon Griffin, Lois Grimes, Robby Hale, Charles Hallman, Naedra Harper, Teresa Harris, Benjamin Harris, Bobbie Harris, Garland Harris, Rodney Harris, Shirley Hawkins, Gloria 1 Ellis, Lary Emerton, Elizabeth Erwin, Kenneth Espinosa, Manuel Esquivel, Vincent Evans, Michael Evans, Will Farris, Jackie Figueroa, Amelia Floyd, Rita Forbes, Alvin Ford, Gracie Fox, Timmy Galindo, Susi Garcia, James Garcia, Paul Garrett, Debra Garza, JoAnn Freshman, Diana Castillo, carefully studies HaItom's display of Graduation 'R fx, .1 1 ,I X I 9 Y 1 Q 4 K5 14. 5 Q- C sl ,, . , S Hawkins, Willie Hayes, Denise Herbert, John Hernandez, Armando Hernandez, Delores Hernandez, David Hernandez, Alice Hernandez, Sallie Hernandez, Sylvester Herrera, Evelyn Herrera, Ophelia Herrera, Johnny Record umber of Freshmen Run For Class OfflCCS Herrera, Yvonne Hicks, Cheryl High, Peggy Hinojosa, Johnny Hinshaw, Pete Hollie, Melvin Holmes, Maggie Hood, Charlene Hughes, Audie Hyatt, James Jackson, Deborah Jackson, Thysen Jaquez, Eva Jeffrey, Fran Johnson, Anna Johnson, Earl Johnson, Gralin Johnson, Hazel Johnson, Otis Johnson, Reed Johnson, Reginna Johnson, William Jones, Anna Jordan, Ruth Keener, Vera Kelly, Kenneth Lawrence, Kathy Lawson, Angela Lee, Edith Lee, Tammy L .iii --4 -, -'U ai " W 'f . ,- 1... 1 5. . l S ffl :gl Q . X.,-uv-" N , .t, . , . 15' fins. -4-1. ,ffm P A, BY.. ' "'x. 'F' O There are always a few who are late to leave when school is dismissed in the afternoon. 1 2? Ur, 4 1455 tw I at pin A . Q12 Leggett, Barbara Leonard, Belinda Levall, Kenneth Lincoln, Theresa Lindsey, Howard Lindley, Stephanie Loar, Larry Lohmer, Tim Lovelace, Grady Loyd, Harold Luckey, Billie Luera, Sidney Majors, Janke Manning, Vickie Martinez, Angelina Martinez, Freddie Martinez, Sandra Marviz, Chris Mata, Albert Mathis, Thomas McAdoo, Paula McAnulty, Don McBride, Gary McBride, Jerry McCIeary, Ronald McConnell, Paula 175 Molina Robert Moreno Jose Moss Harold Freshman girls give their all in the football game against the Senior girls. 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