Tranquillity High School - Tule Yearbook (Tranquillity, CA)
- Class of 1950
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BY STUDENTS OF
H ICH SCHOOL
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lt is the responsibility of the
Board of Trustees to maintain
and operate the high school.
They give, without any remun-
eration whatsoever, many
hours of their time towards
the operation of the school.
The students and the com-
munity are deeply indebted to
them for their continual ef-
Board of Trustees, left to right: Mr. F. Miller, Mr. F. Garrison, Mr. A. Carvalho, Mr. L. Chris-
topher, Mr. E. White.
Above: Mrs. Norma Selzer, Secretary Above: John Dahl, Vice-Principal.
Beside: A. R. Everest, Principal
One member of the faculty is designated as
the principal whose duties are no more import-
ant than any of the other faculty members. As
the principal he is the secretary of the board
of trustees and the liason officer between the
board, the faculty, and the students. lt is his job
to advise the board regarding the school condi-
tions thus enabling them to make decisions
establishing a logical policy of operation for the
school. The principal is expected to help the
teachers and the students with their daily prob-
Sufficient courses of study are offered to meet
the needs, abilities, and interests of the student
body in so far as the board considers it economic-
ally advisable to establish such courses. Three
courses of study are offered: college prepara-
tory, vocational, and general.
Tranquillity Union High School is an institu-
tion designed to meet the needs of the boys and
girls of the community. lt is not something
forced upon the students. Attendance is a priv-
ilege, not an obligation.
The administration appreciates the fine spirit
of cooperation with which the students have ac-
cepted their privilege and a continual effort is
being made and will continue to be made to
build up a school that will provide the pupils
with the factors of development that will enable
them to appreciate and live the "American Way
A. R. EVEREST
John Dahl, A.B. Margaret Dahl, A.B. Marselette Carpenter, B.S. John Marshall ,A.B,, B.S. Connie Groves, B.S
Mary Armstrong, A.B. Clifford Carr, B.M., M,M. Elizabeth Ruch A.B., M.A. Thomas Ru:h, B.S. George Montague, A.B. B D
Robert Dinkel, A.B., B.S. William Braun, B.S. Alfred Everest, A.B., M.A. John Peters, B.S. Theta Lawrence, A.B
Principal Alfred Everest is a graduate from Pacific College
and the University of California, Berkeley.
Miss Mary Armstrong, from the University of Redlands,
teaches girls' physical education and commercial.
Mr. William Braun, vocational agriculture teacher, at-
tended the University of California at Berkeley and at Davis.
Miss Marsalette Carpenter, from the University of Califor-
nia, teaches chorus, science and commerce.
Mr. Clifford Carr, music instructor, obtained his B.M. from
the Redlands University and his M.M. from Southern Cali-
Mr. John Dahl, freshman social science, graduated from
San Jose State College.
Mr. Robert Dinkle, mathematics and science, attended the
University of California.
Miss Connie Groves, home economist, graduated from Col-
orado A. and M. College.
Coach John Marshall attended the Fresno State College
and the University of California. He teaches Spanish, in
addition to coaching responsibilities.
Mr. George Montague, English instructor, is a graduate of
Mississippi College and the University of Indiana.
Mr. John Peters, teacher of agriculture shop, obtained his
degree from the Western Kentucky State Teacher's Col-
lege and has done advanced work at the University of
Mrs. Elizabeth Ruch, teacher of art, drarnatics, and Eng-
lish, obtained her A.B. degree from St. Louis University
and her M.A. from the University of Wyoming.
Mr. Thomas Ruch, teacher of social studies and Biology, is
a graduate of the University of Wyoming.
Editor, lst Semester
Editor, 2nd Semester
Business Manager .
.. Nadean Gowers
and Jo Ann Frazier
. Annie Coursey
. Joseph Martin
and Lily Quintana
Advertising Staff: Marvin Arcelus, Jo Ann
Frazier, Nadean Gowens and Lily Quin-
Staff Photographer .
Typist .. .. .
. Guy Shirley
. .. Rosie Nave
Seated: Lilv Quintana, Annie Coursey, Jo Ann Frazier, Rosie Nave, Nadean Gowens.
Standing: Marvin Arcelus, Mr. Ruch, advisor, Billy Prater Joseph Martin.
lt is the purpose of the Annual Staff to attain
a working knowledge of organizing and assem-
bling a yearbook, to show the responsibility in-
volved as to democratic and honest treating of
collected material, handling of finances, filing
materials, answering correspondence, to pro-
mote appreciation for the possibilities of print-
ing and engraving as a means of livelihood.
ln fulfilling the above objectives the class
elected a suitable staff which proceeded to ap-
portion tasks. Ideas for original designs for each
page were submitted and voted upon by the staff
and the winning entry was used for the present
TULE. All division pages, the title page and the
cover were designed by the staff and perfected
by Edwina Carvalho and Dan Hayes of the art
class. ln addition to the art class, the leaders
of the various clubs and the faculty contributed
information generously and Mrs. Norma Selzer
was very cooperative in helping the students type
and mimeograph forms.
Special thanks go to Mrs. Elizabeth Ruch,
whose helpful suggestions and dynamic assist-
ance greatly contribute to any merit which this
record might possess.
Margie Brassart Jo Ann Frazier and Nadean Gowens Mr. Thomas Ruch
FRANKLIN HANSEN ROSIE NAVE
LILY QUINTANA WINIFRED MCGINNIS
JOHN PETERS, ADVISOR JOSEPH MARTIN
JO ANN FRAZIER
MARY JO BERRY
EDW I NA CARVALHO
ALICE RODRIQUEZ DARRELL FLETCHER
MARGI E STEELE
LEE NOLAN JOHNNIE CAMARENA
ROBERT PEDERSEN NELUE SOTELO
ill if The first united action of the freshmen of '47
was choosing the following officers: President,
Billy Giaconi, Vice President, Bill Humphers,
Secretary, Edwina Carvalho, Treasurer, Frank-
lin Hansen, Advisor, Mrs. Muriel Sample. The
l947 freshmen were the last group to be initiat-
ed. The return party for the sophomore class
late in spring was the big social event of the
ln the first class meeting of the year '48 the
sophomores chose Joseph Martin, president, Bill
Humphers, vice president, Guy Shirley, secre-
tary, Franklin Hansen, treasurer. Mrs. Voria
Shreve and Elizabeth Ruch were sponsors. The
party given to the freshmen, in lieu of initia-
tion, followed an afternoon of competitive
games between the two classes. Two dances,
sponsored by this class, were given to which the
student body were invited.
Lily Quintana was elected president, Viola
Churchill, vice president, Edwina Carvalho, sec-
retary, Billy Giaconi, treasurer, Mr. John Peters,
sponsor. These officers were elected at the first
class meeting of the juniors. Lily Quintana and
Viola Churchill were elected cheer leaders. The
school attended the first post-war Fresno Coun-
ty Fair. A series of successful dances, the maga-
zine sale, helped build up the class fund for the
costly prom, the highlight of the year. "A Date
With Judy," a three-act play, with' Dottie Crab-
tree as Judy Foster and a supporting cast gave
an admirable performance. This play had a
greater box office return than any other play
previously given at TUHS. Powder blue sweaters,
and class rings assisted in inflating the ego of
the juniors. The class boasted two successful "C"
team County Champs-Joseph Martin and Billy
Giaconi. The weiner roast at Mendota Dam, and
the Valentine Dance were two other outstand-
ing events. Doyle Barnes and Barbara Leonard
were the blushing sweethearts who reigned over
the latter. The crowning achievement of the year
was the Junior-Senior Prom, planned around the
theme "heaven." This is the first prom danced
in "almost total darkness," thanks to a thunder-
storm. At the Y-Teen carnival the class had two
popular booths, the Marriage and Divorce
Courts, engineered by Jerry Douglas. Derl Keen
was selected to represent TUHS at Boys State,
Winifred McGinnis, at Girls State. Winifred won
a SlOO scholarship for her radio skit entered in
a contest sponsored by the Nurses Association
The senior class responsibilities were assumed
by President, Wilburn Miller, Vice President, An-
ita Palacios, Secretary, Edward Duenes, Treas-
urer, Alice Rodriquez, Billy Biaconi was elected
senior representative at the student council. Mr.
Peters was sponsor. The senior play, "Almost
Eighteen" was the most outstanding event of the
first semester, Guy Shirley was the lead. The
seniors took part in the Christmas Play and the
two one-act plays given in January. The snow
trip at Yosemite was held in January. The sec-
ond semester brought the Senior Class Day spent
at Fresno State College in viewing the plant,
the senior Career day at Reedley, and Sneak day.
At the commencement exercises Anita Palacios
was the Salutatorian, and Derl Keen, the Vale-
, Robert Pedersen.
Advisor I EDWARD SMILEY MARGIE BAGDAZIAN BILLY PRATER
KAREN KRUSE EARL MORGAN ONETA GAITHER BILLY HEDMAN HELEN SNYDER NORMAN BOLINE
ROBERT COLLINS ELISA URIZ DICK COWGER MARGIE ARCELUS BILL HENRY ERNESTINE ROMERO
RUTH HOLMES EARL CHRISTIAN SYBIL CARPENTER EDWARD NOLAN FRANCES MILLER REYMUNDO JACQUES
BUDDY BARRON AURORA RAMIREZ MARTIN BARCELLOS DEROTHA BLYTHE PERFECTO NAVARETTE IRENE BOX
DONALD BOLINE ALMETA SHELTON DAN HAYES
MARY HERNANDEZ EDWARD ADNEY FRANCES SPRADLEY JOE CEJA FRANCES CAMARENA ROBERT MCAFFEE
DOUGLAS DAYTON ELSE BERNARD LAWRENCE DICKENS DOLORES MARTINEZ LE ROY ROCHA ROSIE LIMA
GERALDINE SMITH PETE GONZALES PEARL DAGGS JAIME HERNANDEZ JESSE PETERS LEON WARMUTH
JACK APPLEWHITE DAN YORK RICHARD SMITH WABERN BARNES WINFRED OLIVER CHARLIE MARQUEZ
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Council Around Table:
Billy Giaconi, Lidge Gib-
son, Lulla Story, Virginia
Collins, Joan McKean, Derl
Keen, Karen Kruse, Lily
Quintana, Winifred McGin-
nis, Norman Boline, Joe
Ceia, Margie Badgazian.
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Student Body President
The student council discusses all matters concerning the student
body. It approves the appointment at committees and club activities, it
sponsors all student body affairs-rallies, dances, parties, assemblies,
and games. lt punishes offenders ot the school laws when it is given
the right to do so by the administration.
Student Body Otticers, Seated: Lily Quintana, Joan McKean, Margie Bagdazian, Bernice Carvalho
Standing: Derl Keen, Joe Ceja, Billy Hedman
Front row: Dorothy Perocelli, Genieva Moore, Helen Miniares, Richard Gregg, Karen Kruse
Charles Marquez, Earl Morgan, Elisa Uriz, Bernice Carvalho,
Second row: Margie Bagdazian, Joan McKean, Richard Robinson, LeRoy Rocha, Dorothy
Reece, Edward Adney, Lois White, XXfillie Riotrio, Helen Snyder, Anita Palacios, Joyce Sul-
livan, Lee Nolan, Richard Knight, Benny Rivera.
Trornbones: Edward Duenes, Guy Shirley, Joe Cejo, Lidge Gibson.
Back row: Aina Johnson, Martin Barcellos, Joe Martin, C. W. Gibson, Bernice Carvalho, Don
Henry, Dan York, Gwen Davis, Gene Ruiz, James Hernandez, Billy Hedman Edward Smiley.
Right rear: Mr, Clifford Carr, Director.
The Tranquillity Union High School band placed among the
top contestants in the parades in Long Beach, Riverdale, Kerman,
Fresno, Mendota, Los Banos, and Chowchilla receiving first place
trophies among the "C" schools in the latter two.
For the third consecutive year the band received superior rat-
ing at the Comp-Festival in Fresno.
A pre-festival concert was given in March in the school's
Behind the lens closeup of Billy
Giaconi who sneaked out of
bounds on the first take.
Soloists: Joseph Martin, Joan McKean, Edward Duenes, Dorothy Reece, Martin Barcellos.
The maiorettes have again
this year showed their school
spirit and agility with the ba-
ton in the many parades in
which the band has participat-
ed throughout the school year.
These girls, none of whom are
seniors, will be back in compe-
tition again at the opening of
Margie Arcelus, Karen Kruse, Margie Bagdazian, Derotha Blythe, Dorothy Perocelli.
Earl Morgan, Bernice Carvalho, Joan McKean, Joseph Martin, Edward Smiley, Helen Snyder
The swing band becomes
iivier each year as it gains ex-
perience by playing tor num-
erous school activities includ-
ing dances, parties, and plays.
Here are the hopeful begin-
ners who will bring future
laurels to the Tigers of Tran-
Front row: Phyllis Martinez, Dolores Hernandez Shirley Wood, Elizabeth Shirley, Bennie Sue Parker, Gerry Keen, Dorothy
Churchill, Mary Williams, Virginia Collins, Eloise Guttierez, Helen Miniares. Middle row: Ruby York, Hershel White, Wayland
Harris, Elbert Hayes, Lidge Gibson, Vernon Barnes, Rudy Ramirez, Jacob Segovia, Gene Ruiz. Top row: Mike Estrada, C. W
Gibson, Victor Merritt, Donald Reinhardt, Melvin Combs, Willie Riofrio, Allen Sharp, Mr. Carr, instructor.
M ' Cyff d Beginners: Bennie Parker, Eloise Cutierrez, Judy Jennings, Ruth Pickens, Sally Hammonds, Zelma
r Insltrsgtorcorr Burns, Lois White, Virginia Collins, Dorothy Churchill.
Zndh row: Molly Sena, Derotha Blythe, Maxine Pearson, Beverly Hansen Lily Leonard, Wanda
Collins, Virginia Finn, Ruth Holmes.
3rd row: Shirley Selzer, Frieda Ireland, Beverly Hansen, Jenna Rogers.
The chorus and the dramatics class presented a Christmas program relating the history and
traditions ot Yuletide music.
The chorus received an excellent rating at the music festival in Fresno. The group sang during
the Annual Spring Concert and at Baccalaureate and Commencement programs.
Front row: Frances Spradley, Dorothy Perocelli, Wilma Williams, Margie Arcelus, Bernice Carvalho, Helen Snyder, Elisa Uriz, Joan McKean,
Geraldine Smith. Second row: Wanda Miller Nina Rocha, Franklin Hansen, Benny Rivera, Freddie Periera, C. W. Gibson, Dan Hayes, Bar-
bara Leonard, Karen Kruse. Third raw: Oneta Gaither, Frances Miller, Edward Adney, Lidge Gibson, Don Henry, Guy Shirley, Joseph Martin,
Pearl Daggs, Mr. Carr. Fourth row: Helen Miniares, Shirley Landrum, Phyllis Prater, Almeta Shelton, Gerry Ray, Winkie McGinnis, Genieva
Moore, Georgia Ray, Zella Griffin, Betty Jefferson.
Seated: Benny Sue Parker, Bernice
Carvalho, Joan McKean, Winifred
McGinnis Aina Johnson, Lulla
Story, Anita Palacios.
Standing: Miss Carpenter, advisory
Billy Giacone, Darrell Fletcher,
Wabern Barnes, Derl Keen.
The California Scholarship Federation rose from seven members the first semester
of i949 to fourteen the second semester. As the name indicates the requirements for mem-
bership are superior scholarship as based on exponents derived from grades.
Delegates attended the fall and spring district conference at Fresno and Selma. The
officers for first semester were Winifred McGinnis, Aina Johnson, and Bernice Carvalho.
The second semester's officers were Billy Giacone, Darrell Fletcher, Joseph Martin, Wa-
Hi-Lite, the school newspaper, is published bi-weekly by the journalism class. This
course is designed to give the student a better appreciation of the place and function of
the newspaper in modern life, and provides motivated work in written composition. The
staff is trained to find, to write, and to edit enough good copy, to write headlines and make
each issue of the paper attractive.
bern Barnes, and Helen Snyder.
Miss Carpenter Around the table, seated: Luther Cox, Bruce Harralson, Franklin Hansen, Buddy Barron,
advisor Frances Reed, Wilburn Miller, Veda Davis, Oneta Gaither, Geraldine Smith
Standing: Miss Carpenter, advisor.
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F.F.A. Membership: Front row: Richard Smith, Bruce Harralson, Mike Estrada, Raymond Wright, Arthur Gonzalez. Second row: John Potts,
Luther Cox, Alan Sharp, Reymundo Jacquez, Perfecto Navarette, Herchel White, Billy Deal, Ted Kruce. Third row: Norman Lazaroti, Bob
McAffee, Norman Boline, Robert Collins, Donald Boline, Wabern Barnes, Arlie Simpson, Doyle Barnes, Marvin Arcelus, Doug Dayton, Ar-
thur Huffman Dick Cowger, Wilburn Miller, Mr, Braun, Instructor. Fourth row: Tom Kruse, Wayne Christopher, Vernon Barnes, Ignacio
Silva, Wayne Storts, Bill Henry, Albert Coursey, Don Elms, Charles Bell, Edwin Bell, Perfecto Navarette, John Camareno, Jack Applewhite.
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The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of, by and for boys studying voca-
tional agriculture. The motto of the club is as follows: "Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to
live, Living to serve." This year the team captured the Volkmann trophy for the third successive
year thereby winning permanent possession of the coveted cup. Marvin Arcelus, Douglas Dayton, and
Arlie Simpson comprise the judging team.
Officers: Seated: Wabern Barnes, Donald Boline, Marvin Arcelus. Above: Dairy team: Wabern Barnes, Norman Boline,
Standing: Arlie Simpson, Doyle Barnes, Robert Collins. Doyle Barnes.
Below: Livestock team: Arlie Simpson, Arthur Huffman
Marvin Arcelus, Doug Dayton.
The F.F.A. boys getting actual
experience in the field, thus
putting into practice the idea
"Learning to do by doing."
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Advanced Ag Class and Queen
Margie Bagdazian who reigned
over the Future Farmer dance.
Beginning class with Queen
California State champs at
Boy's Town on their way back
to the national contest at Kan-
Seated: Billy Prater, Vernon Barnes, Martin Barcellos, Billy Hedman, Richard Knight, Douglas Garrison Earl Morgan, Dan
Hayes Buddy Barron. 2nd row: Mr, Rugh, sponsor, Bill Sawyer, Lee Nolan, Robert Collins, -Douglas Dayton, Doyle Barnes, Billy
I-lenry, Richard Gregg, Vernon Garrison, Nathan Johnson, Jaime Hernandez, Winfred Oliver, WabernlBarnes, 3rd row: John
Egtts Rudy Ramirez, Jacob Segovia, Ted Kruse, Billy Deal, Darrel Fletcher, Derl Keen, Lawrence Dickens, Will Pritchett,
Seated: Darrell Fletcher, chap-
lain, Wabern Barnes, vice-
president, Wintred Oliver, presi-
dent, Bill Sawyer, secretary,
Standing, Mr. Ruch, advisor,
Billy Prater, correspondent,
Doyle Barnes, council represen-
ative, Jairnie Hernandez and
Douglas Dayton, sergeant-at
The l-li-Y, being a youth group under the sponsorship of the YMCA, prides itself in
furthering the ideals of Christianity and Christian Fellowship- through the democratic as-
sociation of all creeds in mutual tolerance.
Through its many activities, the l-li-Y combats prejudice of all descriptions and bases
its correction of erroneous beliefs by furnishing members with the facts.
Charity, both in wordly goods and mental attitudes, is vigorously upheld and ap-
plauded in the ideals and practices of the l-li-Y
Youth problems and their needs are solved through rational procedures by the efforts
of the youths themselves in acquiring the services of experts to discuss these problems and
needs with the young people.
The club sponsored a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance, ci magician show, "Girl of the
Month," and a Father and Son Banquet, Officers attended the Officers' Training Confer-
ence, in November, at Sequoia Lake, and one representative was sent to the Youth and
Government at Sacramento in the Spring,
Front: Mary Hernandez, Derctha Blythe, Frances Camarena, Barbara Leonard, OffiCeI'SI BOl'bOYO l-eOf1OYCl, COY'lSflTUfl0n
Karen Kruse, Elsie Bernard, Representative, Karen Kruse, C-ouncil Rep-
Rear: Miss Carpenter, Sybil Carpenter, Rosie Nave, Bertie Carpenter, Miss Arm- FSSGHTOUVGJ ROSIS Neve, PVGSIUGVITI Def-
strong, Advisor. otha Blythe, Secretary.
Miss Armstrong, Advisor
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The typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand Association is a luncheon organization which
meets every two weeks.
The Club backs the commercial contests by buying awards for the winners of monthly
tests, and also the speed awards in shorthand and typing.
This year the members made football programs for two football games.
Each year the club takes field trips to business places in Fresno to see at first hand
the transaction of business. This year the club plans to visit the telephone building, and
retail stores where both salesmanship and office work can be observed.
Above Officers: Row l: Eva Hernandez, Group picture: Membership
Janet Alavezos, Pearl Daggs, Sally Ham- Row l: Mary Cogburn, Mary Nolan, Jo Ann Harrison, Eva Hernandez,
monds, Hazel Boyd. Pearl Daggs, Betty Lenox Shirley Lawson, Sally Hammonds, Hazcl Boyd,
Row 2: Mary Huffman, Molly Sena, Au- Row 2: Janet Alavezos, Jo Ann Cooper, Virginia Alexander, Mary Huff-
rora Ramirez, Mary Cogburn. man, Rosie Lima, Molly Sena, Aurora Ramirez, Miss Groves.
Below: Miss Connie Groves, Advisor.
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The Future l-lomemakers of America came into being through the cooperative efforts
of pupils studying homemaking in secondary schools to build a national organization of
their own in which they may develop social qualities and promote better home life for
themselves and their families. Through social activities, educational programs, service
projects and money-making activities they have become an integral part of the home
Sitting, Front Row: .Barbara Leonard, Frances Spradley, Jenna Rogers, Wanda Miller, Frances Camarena, Ernestine Romero
Alice Rodriguez, Anita Palacios, Eva Hernandez, Genieva Moore, Rosie Nave, Hazel Boyd, Mary Hernandez. I
Sitting, Second Row: Aina Johnson, Kathryn Milligan, Virginia Collins, Joan Harrison, Mary Nolan, Shirley Wood, Geor ia Roy
Jerry AKeen, Lulla Story, Eleanor Weathers, Shirley Herman, Dorothy Reece, Joyce Sullivan, La Neal Thetford, Jerry Smith. l
Standing, Third Row: Norma Ayers, Dorothy Churchill, Shirley Selzer, Beverly Hansen, Frances Miller, Marie Lazaroti Dorothy
Perocelli, Nina Rocha, Wilma Williams, Mary Jo Berry, Miss Armstrong, Lily Leonard, Oneta Gaither. l
Standing, 'Fourth Row:AAlmeta Shelton, Janet Alavezos, Jo-Ann Cooper, Dolores Hernandez, Molly Sena, Mary Huffman Gwen
Davis, Winkie McGinnis, Lily Quintana, Edwina Carvalho, Bernice Carvalho, Joan McKean, Karen Kruse, Elsie Bernard Aurora
Ramirez, Margie Bagdazian, Helen Snyder, Elisa Uriz, Derotha Blythe. '
Sitting, Front Row: Barbara Leonard, Helen Snyder, Derotha Blythe, Lulla Story
Anita Palacios, Winkie McGinnis.
Standing, Second Row: Aina Johnson, Marie Lazaroti, Gerry Keen, Miss Armstrong
Georgia Roy, Nina Rocha, Bernice Carvalho.
The first project of the year was the collection of osh trays to be sent to veterans in hospitals, and
money to purchase chocolate bars to be sent overseas
OCT. l. Lulla Story and Barbara Leonard attended
the officers Training Conference in Fresno.
OCT. 8. Mary Jo Berry and Shirley Herman attend-
ed the Membership Tea at the Y.W.C.A.
NOV. 6. Derotha Blythe, Winifred McGinnis, Marie
Lazoroti, and Shirley Herman attended the recog-
nition service in Fresno.
NOV. I3-15. was World Fellowship Week. Christo-
pher Rhein, a German lad, sponsored by the First
Methodist Church of Fresno to study a year at the
Fresno State College, was obtained to speak to the
NOV. 30. Recognition Service was held.
DEC. 2. Sock dance was given and the proceeds
were to go to the World Fellowship Fund.
DEC. The Club sold Cherub Christmas Cards, sub-
scriptions to the West Side Advance, and cold drinks
at the baseball games to make money for the club's
JAN. A joint Hi-Y and Y-Teen Snow Trip to Yose-
mite was taken.
FEB. Winter Conference at Asilomar attended by
ten members and their advisor, Miss Armstrong, and
chaperon, Mrs. Jessie Carvalho.
MAR. Two movies were given in the Tranquillity
Union High School.
APRIL 21. Sadie Hawkins Dance was planned with
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Bill Humphers Franklin Hansen Wabern Barnes Buddy Barron Dan York
Joseph Martin Douglas Dayton Lawrence Dickens Earl Christian
Robert McAffee Guy Shirley LeRoy Rocha Richard Smith
Robert Collins Don Henry Carl Puentes Gene Cottrell
Edward Adney Don Reinhardt Charles Marquez Frank Wilson Martin Barcellos
Nathan Johnson Victor Merrit Edward Smiley Douglas Garrison Elbert Hayes
Although the Tranquillity High School Tigers dropped all their football games but one in
l949, the picture for l95O is much brighter than it was at the beginning of the season of '49.
Players for all the positions will be back next year except Doyle Barnes, stellar right half and Cap-
tain Derl Keen who played brilliant ball as left guard for the Blue and Gold. Thus the Tigers will
field almost the same first string line-up as represented them this season except that the boys will
have had much more experience than heretofore.
The team showed good spirit and fine sportsmanship, for which the boys deserve great com-
Coach John Marshall Managers left to right: Jesse Peters, Norman Lazaroti, Billy
Henry, Ralph Rhodes and Robert Pederson.
Squad: Kneeling, Coach John Marshall, lEfren Martinez, Joe Ceja, Pete Gonzalez, Doyle Barnes, Pete Cottrell, Dan York.
Standing: Jaime Hernandez, Norman Boline, Bruce Harralson, Donald Boline, Wabern Barnes, Derl Keen, Buddy Barron,
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Donald Saline, Bruce Harralson, Coyle Barnes, Joe Ceja.
The Tiger Class A Team wound up the season in a blaze of glory by defeating the
front-running Parlier A squad in a nip and tuck game, 49-48. All other Tranquillity squads
were victorious that night. The victory gave the team a 3-5 record for the season in league
games. Bill Humphers, stellar forward and Doyle Barnes, dependable guard are the only
losses by graduation.
Joe Martin, Robert Collins, Martin Barcellos, Charlie Marquez, Donald Henry, Dick Cowger, Richard Knight, Ed Smiley, Ed
Adney, Billy Giacone, Mr. Ruch, Coach.
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Left 'Io right: Edward Smiley, Joseph Martin Charlie Marquez, Dick Cowger, Richard
The middle-sized basketeers came from a slow start in practice tilts to a l.OOO in the
League standings to win the Sierra title. Kerman took the County Championship from the
Tiger B's by one point in a closely-fought contest. The team consisted of most of the
l949 championship "C" Tigers players plus several excellent players from that year. They
were valiant in defeat for the County Championship as they were in winning the League.
Edward Smiley captained the squad through its successful season. A team vote showed
Edward Smiley, Joseph Martin, and Richard Knight tied tor the most valuable player.
Squad: Coach Marshall, Billy Hedman, Benny Rivera, Jack McAfee, Richard Gregg, Billy Prater Elias Ros Rcha d Rob nso
Charles Ybarra, Freddie Periera, Arthur Gonzales.
First five: Billy Prater, Richard Gregg, Billy
The Blue and Gold Midgets finished the season with a good 6 8 record They were led
by star foreword, Captain Billy l-ledmon.
Sitting: Joseph Martin, Martin Barcelos, Richard Knight, Robert Collins, Johnny Camarena. Kneeling: Dick Cowger, Efren Martinez, Dan
York, Doyle Barnes, Charles Marguez, Edward Smiley, Billy Hedman. Standing: Norman Lazaroti, Manager, Coach John Marshall, Charles
Ybarra, Tony Mendez Pete Cottrell, Norman Boline, Donald Boline, Wabern Barnes, Douglas Dayton, Victor Merritt, Nathan Johnson, and
Robert Pedersen, Manager.
Pitchers: Dan York, Richard Knight, Efren Martinez, Donald First Fifteen: Sitting, Joseph Martin, Martin Barcellos, Richard Knight, Robert
Boline. Collins, Kneeling: Efren Martinez, Dan York, Doyle Barnes, Charles Marquez,
Edward Smiley, Standing: Coach Marshall, Dick Cowger, Norman Boline, Don-
Catchers: Edward Smiley, Martin Barrcellos, Norman Boline, ald Boline, Wabern Barnes, Billy Hedman.
The start of the l95O baseball season was delayed by the lengthened basketball season. Never-
theless, the Tigers met Sierra with only a week of practice and were able to bang out a l6-4 win.
ln the second league game Tranquillity defeated the front running Laton Mustangs 9-4. Then came
a defeat at the hands of Parlier l l -l but the boys bounced back in the title contention by trimming
first place Caruthers lO-5. ln the final game of the season, however, Riverdale took the Tigers i8-l.
The defeat left Tranquillity in a tie for second with Caruthers winning the championship.
Doyle Barnes and John Camarena, both outfielders, will be absent from the team next year
because of graduation.
Coach John Marshall Robert Collins Billy Hedman Joseph Martin
Martin Barcellos Buddy Barron Dick Cowger Edward Adney Upper: Bruce Harralson
Lower: Billy Prater
Richard Knight Dick Cowger Earl Morgan Charles Marquez Elbert Hayes
The T. U. H. S. track men capped the
i950 season by winning the Class "C"
championship of the Sierra League in Rat-
cliffe Stadium on May l7, l95O. The "B"
track team placed second in the final meet,
The teams attended the following meets
during the season: The Dos Palos Invita-
tional Track and Field Carnival, the Sierra
Division County Meet at Kingsburg, the
Sierra Division Valley Meet at Lemoore and
the Sierra Division League Meet.
Billy Prater, dynamic and versatile class
"C" performer along with Dan Hayes, bril-
liant "B" class sprinter and hurdler were
the big guns on the Tiger track team. Bruce
Harralson was the outstanding "A" man.
Prater, in the big valley meet, tied for first
in the high jump, took second in the pole
vault with a leap of lO' 7" and took sec-
ond in the lO8 low hurdles, thus qualifying
for the Central Section Finals at Madera
in all three events. Hayes won the volley
lOO yd. dash in record equalling time of
lO.4 seconds, also qualifying, At the time
of this writing the Central Section Finals
Meet at Madera, in which only the top
athletes compete, had not yet been run off.
With two such fine performers in this class-
ic, the Tigers wrote a fitting climax to the
Lettermen: Betty Jefferson, Almeta Shelton, Anita Palacios, Billy Beginners, Kneeling: Wanda Miller, Winifred McGinnis, Norman Ayers
Gianconi, Edward Nolan, Bill Sawyer, Lee Nolan. Standing: Geraldine Ray, Mary Jo Berry, Carla Pittman, Shirley Herman
Although the l95O tennis team was unable to compete in league com-
petition because the courts were not erected, the lettermen from i949 are
recognized, and Mr. Ruch, their coach, is duly proud of them, as he is of the
coming stars who will use the new courts.
Mr. John Dahl, Instructor "On mat" Coach John Dahl, Reymundo Jacques, Hershell White, Noe Lopez, Dan Hayes,
"wrestling," Earl Morgan and Richard Smithj "Standing": Ralph Piatt, Lawrence Dickens, Frank-
lin Hansen, Jack Applewhite, Billy Deal, Marvin Arcelus, Ignacio Silva, Perfecto Navarette,
Donnie Elms, Darrell Fletcher, Mike Estrada.
As Coach John Dahl launched his veteran grapplers into their second year of wrestling, having
introduced it to T.U.l-l.S. in l948, and welcomed the new grunters he and his charges brought addi-
tional honors to our noble institution by competing with the larger schools ot Fresno with moderate
success. The local sons showed that in the event wrestling is included in the league sports sched-
ule, old Alma Mater will definitely contend for the kudoes.
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Sitting: Phyllis Martinez, Lulla Story
Lily Quintana, Edwina Carvalho, Eula
Clark, Ruth Pickens, Virginia Collins,
La Wanda Collins.
Standing: Miss Armstrong, instructor,
Veda Davis, Anita Palacios, Dorothy
Churchill, Fae Huey, Lee Cowger,
Eloise Gutierrez, Zelma Burns Judy
Jennings, Ruby York, Betty Starr.
Row one: Alice Rodriguez, Nadean Gow-
ens, Shirley Landrum, Jo Ann Frazier,
Mary Jo Berry, Winifred McGinnis,
Annie Coursey, Rosie Nave.
Row two: Gerry Keen, Carla Pittman,
Joyce Shirley, Wanda Miller Frances
Miller, Ruth Holmes.
Standing: Mary Hernandez, Aurora
Ramirez, Elsie Bernard, Norma Ayers,
Virginia Finn, Sue Parker, Kathy
Cates, Betty Jefferson, Rosemary
Prater, Rose Lima, Nellie Sotelo, Do-
lores Martinez, Frances Camarena,
Seated: Eva Hernandez, Wilma Williams,
Katherine Milligan, Lenora- Noble,
Pauline Sizemore, Mary Cogburn,
Kneeling: Jo Ann Harrison, Betty Allen,
Hazel Boyd, Lily Leonard, Eleanor
Weathers, Nita De Shields, Esther Fer-
nandez, Zella Griffin Billy Dee
Wood, Maxine Pearson.
Standing: Mary Kites, Phyllis Prater,
Frieda Ireland, Nina Rocha, Elsie Silva,
Betty Lenox, Margaret Enriquez, Shir-
ley Selzer, Mary Williams, Jenna
Rogers, Beverly Hansen, Molly Sena
Frances Spradley, Miss Armstrong.
Seated: Shirley Herman, Shirley Wood,
Georgia Ray, Derotha Blythe, Gerry
Smith, Janet Alavezos.
Kneeling: Joan McKean, Bernice Carval-
ho, Oneta Gaither, Irene Box, Gwen
Davis, Barbara Leonard Aina John-
son, Pearl Daggs, Helen Miniares.
Standing: Mildred Rodriguez, Dolores
Hernandez, Sally Hammonds, Inez
Coates, Mary Nolan, Jo Ann Cooper,
Virginia Alexander, Karen Kruse,
Mary Huffman, Joyce Sullivan, Lois
Meeks Norma Cox, Evelyn Silviera,
Eva Meeks, Genieva Moore.
Captain Jo Ann Frazier
Sitting: Gerry Keen, Nadsan Gowe
ens, Jo Ann Frazier, Shirley Lan-
drum, Annie Coursey. Kneeinq.
Betty Jefferson, Winkie McGinnis,
Joyce Shirley, Francis Miller, Rosie
Nave. Standing: Mary Hernandez,
Alice Rodriquez, Francis Camarena,
Nellie Sotelo, Rosie Lima, Bennie
Sue Parker, Elsie Bernard, Norma
Captain Barbara Leonard
Sitting: Karen Kruse, Bernice Car--
valho, Derotha Blythe, Pcarl Daggs
Barbara Leonard. Kneeling: Georgif,
Ray, Gwen Davis, Joan McKean,
Mildred Rodriquez, Shirley Wood.
Standing: Gerry Smith, Joyie Sulli-
van, Aina Johnson, Shirley Herman.
Captain Margie Bagdaziar'
Sitting: Neta DeSl'iields, Phillis Prat-
er, Shirley Lawson, Pauline Size-
more, Eleanor Weathers. Kneeling:
Zella Griffin, Betty Lenox, Mary
Cogburn Geraldine Ray, Standing:
Hazel Boyd, Betty Allen, Catherine
Milligan, Molly Sena.
Captain Fae Huey
Sitting: Fae Huey, Dorothy Churchill,
Anita Palacios, LaWanda Collins,
Virginia Collins. Kneeling: Eloise
Gutierrez, Judy Jennings, Ruth
Pickins. Standing: Lily Quintana,
Lulla Story, Zelma Burns, Phyllis
Martinez, Edwina Carvalho.
l. CHAMPS: Captain Shir-
Team, Row l: Sue Parker,
Nadean Gowens, Shirley
Landrum, Jo Ann Frazier,
Row 2: Nellie Sotelo, Mary
Hernandez, Norma Ayres.
ZND PLACE: Captain, Ger-
Team, Row l: Alice Rodri-
guez, Frances Camarena,
Gerry Keen, Betty Jefferson.
Row 2: Mary Williams, Ro-
sie Nave, Rosie Lima, Elsie
3RD PLACE: Captain, Al-
Team, Row l: Aina John-
son, Eleanor Weathers.
Row 2: Pearl Daggs, Almeta
Shelton, Geraldine Ray.
Row 3: Gwen Davis, Joan
McKean, Joyce Sullivan.
4TH PLACE: Captain, Mar-
Team, Row l: Margia Bag-
dazian, Derotha Blythe,
Geraldine Smith, Katherine
2nd row: Hazel Boyd, Lily
Leonard, Wilma Williams,
Above: Mr. Selzer, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Lenox, Mr. Ayers, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Tullis.
Below: Buses and respective drivers.
Bus onivsks '
The faithful and untir-
ing service to the school
district given by the bus
drivers, seldom receives
the recognition it so rich-
ly deserves and so the
reader is asked to pause
a moment and see these
faithful friends in service
to their community.
Noontide nourishment, deliciously prepared, is the repu-
tation of our efficient midday victual-producing, utensil
Custodian : Mr. Kroeker
Mr. Kroeker, the versatile care-
taker of Tranquillity High School
has long brightened the halls of
this noble institution and this
year was no exception.
Above: Mrs. Robinson, Mr. Robinson, Mrs. Mochado.
Below: Cooks and Cafeteria
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Southwestern Publishing Co.
San Joaquin Paper Cr Janitor
Shell Oil Co.
Redman Scientific Co.
Morse M. Preeman
J. C. Penney Co.
The Psychological Corporation
Murphy Sales Co.
The MacMillan Co.
James M. Moon Co.
Marvicl Athletic Service
Lewis Cr Miller
Le Moss-Smith Tire Co.
Hougton Miflin Co.
Ward Harris, lnc.
William Hopkins 6' Son
D. C. Heath and Co.
Friends 'che Warbookwas e
Q 'financial Success. -:L -5 -
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Hockwald Chemical Co.
Ginn and Co.
General Petroleum Co. of Calif.
M. Friis-Hansen and Co.
D. C. Heath and Co.
H. S. Crocker
Buckner Manufacturing Co.
American Book Co.
American Seating Co.
Abbot A. Hanks, lnc.
SAN JOAQUIN TRANQUILLITY
Joe Pettit, Mgr. Primo Niboli, Mgr.
As you, the members of the closs of l95O
continue to goin privileges of our greot Ameri-
con Democrcicy, our hope is thot you use these
rights completely, honestly, ond intelligently.
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