School Days

 


1964 Palacios High School "Ebb Tide" Annual Senior Pictures
 Courtesy of Roland Fondon



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Dan is in the second row from the top below the letter "P" in Palacios in the FFA banner.
 

National Honor Society
The National Honor Society is an honorary organization consisting of students who have maintained at least 18 grade points each semester.  Its purpose is to encourage the scholastic advancement of high school students.  The rewards of membership are better chances for scholarships and for admittance to the college of one's choice.
 
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1964 Senior Wills From the Ebb Tide

 
We, Louis Hickl, Joe Kalas, and Dan Miller, being of no mind and shaking body, will our ability to go to Tidehaven
to burn their "bonfire" only to have them waiting for us, to anyone crazy enough to do it next year.
 
I, Dan Miller, will to Carla Leadford, my ability to send something to KILT and not get called to the office about it; and,
to Freddy King the full can of gasoline and matches I used trying to burn Tidehaven's bonfire.  Good luck!
 


College Years
Texas Technological University
Lubbock, Texas


Texas Tech
Yearbook Pictures



Sophomore - left

Senior - right



Curtis Miller Receives AF Commission
 

Curtis Daniel Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of Palacios, was commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force Saturday at Texas Technological College in Lubbock.

 

The principal address was given by Brig. Gen Dudley L. Faver, USAF, Deputy Director, Personnel Planning, Department of Defense.

 

The oath of office was given by Maj. Don E. Brown, Assistant Professor of Military Science, commandant of cadets. Three of the 17 members of the Air Force Reserve officers Training Corps were commissioned as pilots, Dan Miller being one of these to receive his second lieutenant commission as a pilot.

 

At present, Miller is home visiting his parents in Palacios and parents of his wife, Susan, in Corpus Christi, while awaiting appointment to active duty some time in July.

 

Miller received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in advertising from Texas Tech June 1.

 

He is a 1964 graduate of Palacios High School. While a student at Texas Tech, he was an active member of Sigma Chi fraternity and the Air Force ROTC for four years, training as a pilot.

 

His brother, Kent, received his high school diploma from Palacios High School the same date, June 1.

 

The Daily Tribune, June 14, 1968
 


Texas Tech Administration Building
 

Tech pictures courtesy of Mary and Jerry Hicks Major USAF Retired
Shark graphic courtesy of Fiona's Shark Mania


Maj. Curtis Daniel Miller           Photos of Burial          Prometheus          16th SOS Patches         
 


 

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Apr. 9, 2010
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