Tranquillity High School - Tule Yearbook (Tranquillity, CA)

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Duane Snmfnscn BUSINESS MANAGER Andnerfe Mefzler STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHERS Ray Bernard Jack BIanI4enSnip FOREWORD As we gaze unto our magna lookmg glass we see reflecfnoms of all the good fumes we xe had during the year Q5 56 In the following pages we have tried to reproduce an your memory the nmages of those happy days " ll M V " I' , Q, 4- ? I ' 1 , f 1' , f"', , , X'- . N, , YI . , . f f If , . f . X 7 Dedication We the graduates of 1956 deducate thus year s Tule to Mr Thomas Rogan our class advrser Our feeling regarding hrs unselfush and drlagent support and co opera fron IS beyond the realm of words We wull profuf from hrs guldance and nnsprrataon long after the many rncldenfs which seem so Important to us now have faded from our memories For the cheerful and understandmg way he has led us we thank ham D' yd F I N li ll 3? 1. . X, ,fi I,-Mff, Q5 . ,ff f W y I A ,, My , Ay ,V V , ,, ,V ,,'.Bf0 4 wwwmwf 1 I ' 4 :ffwwufm 'V' ADMINISTRATION V Trustees Provide Mirrors of Learning to Disclose Student Talent ERNEST PUCHEU HAROLD ANDERSON FRED GARRISON PRESIDENT EDWARD L. EVANS CLERK WILLIAM DEAL SR JOHN MARSHALL, Counselor, Spanish, ult citizenship. Xx SUPERINTENDENT ALFRED R. EVEREST JACK COOK, vice principal, senior clvlcs, track, attendance. X X 1 'x Q W XB sh Administration K p' c L l , ? RunningS ot L R ,A Riff I Q X. B tt rn Right: Ldg Gb ff k f th Phyllis , tary th k g fd pl t Lf B y B h lb B yce Hughes. 5 N X mx Teachers, Guidance Reflects On Our Future MISS MARY ARMSTRONG- Dean of Girls and Counselor, Typing, Bookkeeping, Office Training, Shorthand, FBLA, THOMAS RUCH- LJ.S. History, Boys' Sc ence, Biology, WY J. CLIFFORD CARR- Band, Maiorettcs, Pep Band. MISS JEAN WALTERS- English, Applied Math, Alge- Dra, Girls' Life Science, Y Teens. .J ,X 0' KR CHARLES BRAY- Art, Crafts, Photography, Freshmen Adviser. MISS RUTH WOODS- Remedial English, Social Sci- ence, Remedial Math, Pep Squad. JAMES ALEXANDER- Woodshop, Student Body Fin- ONCE. HAROLD ROTH-- Chemistry, Plane Geometry, Commercial and General Math, Student Body Finance. CHARLES HENDSCH- Algebra, Physical Science, Gen- eral Science, Junior Varsity Football and Baseball, RAY MOYER- English, Social Science, Hi.Y. W. JAMES SIEWART Ag Shop Auto Shop Junlor Adviser JOHN JANETSKI Engllsrw Soclal Scnence Gener al Math Baseball MISS DEROTHA BLYTHE Phvsncal Education Tennus GAA THOMAS RAGAN Sensor Problems English Sen lor Adviser NORMAN SCHADE ocual Sclence Afhletucs CEORGE MONTAGUE Englash Head of Department US Hns ory Bus Dlspafcher GLEN HASTINGS- Physlcal Educatnon and Ath- lotucs, Junlor Busuncss Tram- nng, Socral Science, Sophomore Adviser. MRS. JEAN JOHNSON- Horncmoking, Glrls' Llfc Scnence, FHA, WILLIAM BRAUN- Agrlculture, Head of Depart. ment, Ag Math, FFA. JACK JOSEPHSON- Plano, Chorus, MISS MARSALETTE CARPENTER Typing, Journalusm, Hr-Lute, Tulc, CSF, Qonll and Scroll. 9 Employees Give Friendly, Dependable Service E. A. "Shorty" Anderson keeps campus neat with new power mower. The busy cooks take a momenf's time out before serving a tasty lunch. Leff ' to righr they are Dovie Ber- nard, Clara Perry, and Free- do Lewis. Lloyd Shirley, Ross Harris, Lidge Gibson, Roy While, James Hufford, Harold Vonzont, James Martin, ond Clay Robinson linger for o minute before the evening run. Q '..' Qigfv T212 3 2'-P CLASSES xfRFw.g ,? it e, A fx' ' "- xr K li' gffffgs T' BACK ROW7 John STVONQC, Pat VanZant, Sergeants at Arms, Mr. Thomas Rogan, H t U C V09 US, Student Council Representative. FRONT ROW: Howard Cox, Vice President, Corky Gnscnf P'05'd9nTj 5h'fl9Y 5'eV9"S, SGCYQTOYYJ Terry VanZant, Treasurer. JANET TUTTLE- Valedictorian, Y - Teens l, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band l, 2, 3, 4, Tule Editor 4, CSF l, 2, 3, 4, Relay Attendant 3, Girls State 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Bank of America Fine Arts Award. WANDA SIMPSON- DOROTHY JOHNSON- Class Secretary l, Y- GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens TCCVWS l, 2, 32 GAA l, l, 2, 3, 4, Band l. 2, 3,4 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Band l, 2 csr l2 3, 4. ROBERT MARSHALL- Class Representative l, Student Body Vice Presi- dent 4, Letterman 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, HiALite 2, Editor and Sports Editor 4, Band l, 2, Tule Sports Editor 4, CSF 3, 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Sierra Valley Championship Boys Dou- bles 2, Sierra League Championship Boys 3, Sierra League Tennis Championship l, 2, 3. DIANE SMITHSON- Salutatorian, Class Sec- retary 2, Student Body Secretary 2, Y'Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, Music Chairman 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Tule 4, Senior Play 4, CSF l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Rally Com- mittee l, 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, Delegate to Sacramen- to 4, Prom Committee Co-Chairman 4, Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Relay At- tendant 2, SYLVIA HAKALA- Y-Teen Social Chairman 3, 4, Hi-Lite l, 2, Ex- change Manager 3, Tule Assistant Editor 4, DAR Award 4, Delegate to Sacramento 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Tennis Man- ager 4. JOHN J. AYERZA- Student Body President 4, Band l, 2, Sergeant 3, Letterman 3, 4, Vice President 2, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Most Valuable Player 4, All Around Track Award 2, C Valley Champs 2, C League Champs 2, B League Champs 3. HARRY HANSEN- Class Presldent 4, Class SHIRLEY SIEVERS- Vlce President 2, Hi-Y Class Secretary 4, Y- 4, Letterman I, 2, 3, Teens I, 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Basketball I, 2, FFA I, Vice Presldent 4, Junior 2, 3, Treasurer 4, State Play 3, Senlor Play 4. Farmer. JERRY HANSEN- I-ll-Y 4, Treasurer Lute 4, Track I, 2 ball 4, FFA I, 2 Scntlnel 2, Vlce dent 3, 4, State er. JACK BLANKENSHIP- Hu-Y 4: Letterman 3, 4, HI-Lute 3, 4, Tule 3, 4, Junlor Play 3, Sensor Play 47 Track I, 2, 3,5 Football Manager 4. 4, HI Foot- 3, 4 Presl- Farm- JEANETTE THOMAS- MICHEL ARCELUS- Class Treasurer 3, Class Representatlve 2, 4, HI- Y I, Letterman 2, 3, Representative 4, Band I, 2, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presldcnt 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. 1 l GAA I, 2, Chorus 2, 3, ALICE PEREZ- 4, Operetta 2, 3, Bet ty Crocker Award 4, Re-A lay Attendant 4. 4, Tule Advertlsing Man- ager 4, eens I, 2, 3, Hn-Late PAUL SULLIVAN- MARY DIAZ- I-ll-Y 4, Sergeant at Y-Teens 3, Chorus I, 2, Arms 4, Letterman I, 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3. 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Base- ball I, 2, 3, 4, ANGIE CHAVEZ- FHA I, 2, MONROE GlVENS- PATSY CARPENTER Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Cho Football I, 2, 3, 4. I, 2, Operetta I, 2. BOB HUEY- TEXIE MATHESON- Hi-Y 45 Letterman 2, 3, Transferred from Wash- 45 Hi-Lute 45 Junior Play Ington Union 35 Chorus 35 Sensor Play 45 Track 45 FBLA 45 Relay At- 25 Basketball 45 Base- tendant 4. LES PIFFERINI Class Treasurer 2 Class Sergeant Arms l Rally Chanrrnan 4 H1 Y 5 Band 2, 35 Pep Ba 5 Football 25 Track 5 T nnus 3. 4. IMOGENE Y Teens l x DAVID SELZER Class Vlce Presldent I B na 2 3 Junn r 3 Hn Y 4 Letterman 2 Pay 3 Sensor Play 4 4 Chorus 3 Band , , 3, Band I, , 5 Junior P y 35 Sensor Play 45 Basket- , , , 4. Most ROMANITA RAMOS- FHA I, 2, 35 Choru Operetta 3. ROBERT WAGENER- JEAN JOYNER- Track l Hobby Club 25 GAA l, 35 Drama 4. Wrltlng Club 35 Photo- graphy Club 3. Valuable 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, "5 Sierra Valley League Champs l. DELORES TERRELL DOOLEY- GILBERT QUIROZ- GAA l, Chorus 4, FHA seball 2, 3, 4. 1, 3, 4, Secretary 2. ball Manager l. VERNAL LEMON- Letterman 2, 35 Band l, 2, 35 Track Manager l, 2, 3, 45 Football Man- ager 25 Football 35 Cross Country Manager 4, Hob- by Club 2, 3. FRANK REYNA-- Letterman l, 2, 35 FBLA 2, Secretary 35 FFA l Hi-Lite 3, 45 Football 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, 45 Sie Valley Champs l, Sierra League Champs 2. SAIL DIDWAY- BARBARA MCAFEE- Letterman 3, Secretary Junior Play 3, Senior 4, Chorus 3, Operetta Play 4. 3: Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 3, 4. ROBERT T. JOHNSON- Letterman l, 2, 3, 4 Cross Country l, Foot- ball 2, 3. HOWARD COX- Class Vice President 4, Letterman l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus lg FFA l, 2, 3 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4. PAT VANZANT- Class Representative l, Class Sergeant at Arms 4, Yell Leader 3, Let- terman l, 2, 3, Sergeant ot Arms 4, Band l, Ser- geant 2, 3, Pep Band l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4. Hobby Club 3. MARIE SMITH- GAA l, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, Band l, 2, 3, HI-Lite l, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, FHA l, Yell Leader 3, Rally Club 3. dent 3, President 4, GALE STOUT- BETTY HOOPER Hi-Y 3, C Basketball 3, BRESHERS- Y- eens 2, 4, GAA B Basketball Captain 4, Operetta 3, Chorus 3 I, 2, FHA Vice Presi- Tennis 3, 4. HELEN MANCINI- Student Body Treasurer 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, GAA l, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, Hi-Lite 2, 4, Junior Play 3. NANON DANIELS- Transferred from Flor- ence 3, Hi-Lite 4, Tule 4, SEVIIOY Play 4. BENNY OLLER- Class President l, Let- terman l, 2, 3, 4, Ser- geant at Arms l, 2, 3, Band l, Sergeant 2, 3, 4, Student Conductor 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 3, Cap- tain l, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 3. 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. l5 JIM MARKUS- PATRICIA SEXTON- EDDIE WARKENTINE- MARY JANE NIBOLI- l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lite 4, man 2, Vice President Baseball I, 2, 3, Bas- 3, Representative 3, ketball Manager I. GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, Pep Band I, 2 3 JOHN STRANGE- Student Body Vice Presi- dent 3, Class President 2, Class Treasurer I, Hi-Y Secretary 2, Let- terman 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, Band I, 2, 3, Prom Committee Co- Chairman 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Track I, Base- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. FHA 3, 4, Class Sergeant at Arms 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Letterman 3, 4, Band 2, 3, HifLite 2, 4, Tule 2, 4, Senior Play 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Sierra League Champs 3, MARGIE CHAMBERS- JERRY WINBURN- FHA 2, 3, MARY LOU SMITH- GAA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Op- eretta 3, 4, FHA 2, Treasurer 2. Eyes mi 3,2 ez. ALFRED DOOLEY Operetta 3 Track 2 I6 Letterman 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4. 1 1 - Class Secretary 4, FFA Y-Teens I, Social Chair- '-.. I EMMA MOORE- WAYNE ROCHA- SHIRLEY LUM- - eens I, 2: GAA I, FFA I, 2, 3, 4. Track I, Y-Teens 4, FHA I, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 2. 3. 4, President 3, Re 3, Junior Play 3, FHA I, porter 4. ALICE JONES- Junnor Play 2, 3, Sennor Play 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Class Ser- geant at Arms 3, Hn- Latc 3, Clrculalnon Man- ager 4, Tule Publscrty Manager 4, BENNIE GARCIA- Cnorus 3, Operetta 3, FHA l, 2, 3, Treasurer 3. JACK WHITTEN- Letterman l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 2, Hu-Lute Photographer 2, 3, Advertising Manager 42 T u I e Advertising Manager 4, Junior Play 3, Sensor Play 4, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2. Bob Wagener and Marie Smith look of art exhibit. VIRGINIA HAYES- WILL RUCKER- OLIVIA NERI- FHA 2, 3, FBLA Secrel Senzor Play 4, FHA l, 2. tary 4, Transfer from Letterman 3, OLIVER MAGANA- Los Gatos, 4, Track 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4 2' as af' DELORES WOOD- TERRY VANZANT- FBLA Secretary 3, GAA Class Presldent 3, Class 2, FHA 2. Treasurer 4, Class Ser geant at Arms l, 2 Letterman 2, 3, Presl dent 4, Band l, 2, Drum d Ma,or 3, 4, Pep Ban l, 2, 3, Leader 4, CSF 4, FFA I, Vice Pres: dent 2. I7 -v M f f 's in BACK ROW Home Smrrn Kathy Wcothcrs, Nociwnc Groban' Jorwm Pederson, Mofhcw Lkrcckrs FRONT RCW Danna Norcn Eddrc Andursor Cirdr. n Excns Iuniors Reflect Upon Responsibilities and Privileges of Being Seniors JUNIOR OFFICERS 1 BACK ROW Andruefte Mctzicr, gems,-tary, Jrmm-. Rusconu, sergeant or czrmsg Frendo Mays, gmdcnr :ooncvl representative, Bxll Scores, vxce ores nom. FRONT ROW Ilene Frcnchrm presrdenf Soc Krnnew, trf-cgorer, w 1 of 'Q-,Z -'Y ' fs EACK RC!! Marv MCD'2noNf1,Jrnnrr Johnson, Lf, LONG fmnwrh Qgr, Him ng-man FRONT ROW Edmh Nofcn Cc.-colvo Orrego, Mor. Fcrnanies Murwcz Yocum 1 . f A A .X- BACK ROW Oro Lee Gullwspne, LHMQ Cantu, Pofrlcla Lcmus Shnrlcy BaUmar1, Dolores Enrx qacz, FRONT ROW Nancy Va! moz, Margaret Vcmsarwf, Georgia Nvwman -rf' ,.. -....,,, mf W Frcmcws Jnfkrm EACK RO A iam Sharp Gcnr Humrhro. Tom Rawlfmge FRONT QOL Lugenc Horn, Dowd Cox Usa- ara Black, LcNonc1 Harralsorw. BACK ROW' JQSSAC Srwwrlcw, Do rctfa Ocihzclds, Jac Martinez Richard Lenox FRONT ROW Doris Vanzamt, Bommc Dalw, Dorm my Whwtakcr Jcrrx, Rcgwscrx I ac f' 4- Q,- I O. BACK ROW Son Jo Hordwwck, Myrna Owen, Bmw York, Mary Bwfhc, FRONT ROW' Marlon Brown, Bonnie Hosvunqs, Jcsslc Mcizlcr, ICGYTCTVC Ncwrnun 5- I K M, , mY 4: v ., -N J f"r Qs- BACK Raw. Johnny Martxnez, Ruben Esprnosa, Rnchard Ramirez. FRONT ROW: Ernie Marquez, Eilen Joyner, Margaret Davxs, Joe Morrfs, EA'K QCW Mwckey Tomko Bull Lenox FRONT ROW JQSSIC Magana, Alvm Oarx. .4 Nadine Graham lcenterb prepares fo test for oxygen in a fest tube heated by Carolyn Evans C!eHJ. Caudia Black works nearby on a different experi- ment. he Below - Kathy Weathers and Freida Mays go over their lines in the Thanksgiving play. Above R T fcquiremcn, ont' Wilson F . s fg . and E ' air. r entering then p,:f:'sMic:'rq:,:ez slfxxss e 1 f' 'I ff' - ff?-441 f, C , CY4KM4,4'? I fi x il 3? pi ae? , .. ,Q if F9 Z4 " 4,4 se' Szwf I 1 ". .1 X Y.. ,. M., Y' A Left Center -- Dolores Enrique! displays certificate and trophies won in local, zone, and regional Lions Club speech contests. Center - Mary 8lythe's Christmas play is produced by puppets on stage made by James Womack. Lett - Eddie Anderson routs edges of gun cabinet. Lover Center - James Pickens sands a table in woodshop. Right Center - Phyllis Fisher, Gary Hunneman, and Mary McDonald work on papier- mache animals in crafts class. an 'Q Sophomores Recall Experiences Of Past Year VW' My -M J' ,'q2l'? - Hg: BACK ROW' Jane Ntbolt Nancy Evans, Judy FrafYtD' ton, Gtnger HakaNa FRONT R O W' Vtrgmrcl VVCGThE3fSf Beccy Breese, Snarlvn Sawalt Cnanotte Frost, ENIa Mac Lam, Janet Sahzman 'v ., 'x 'KN . SOPHOMORE D N f J OFFICERS BACK ROW Ra mond .. V Y Blythe, sergeant at arms, Mr. Glen Hostlngs, class OUVISGYQ Travis Womack, student counctl repre- sentatoveg Bon: Valadez, treasurer. FRONT ROW: Tony Ayerza, dent, Anlto vtce president John Maxwell, prest- Owen, secretary. BACK ROW' EMO Matdona- do, VeMa Ranwez Marco Mora, Mary CarrtINo SECOND ROW Estella Gutterrez, Rosso Matus FRONT ROW Berry Nert, Glorta Garcta Betty Ducnes, Frances Rabakabo, 124 EACK RCW Avwtomo Lopez, Pcmvm- Pvrvl Vflfw OuvCJ'fW, Pgtgy Srrwrh Kathy Trudmc, El- , f3 L-4-rad: SECOND ROW Anffdg Hffoffi Rebecca Moi- 1OV'YGC1G FRONT ROW ESDCVOVV' Z0 Bgghrfg Cm-Mg Hcrrorc x E!-CK RO'-N Puvmcwo Longley ,cf 2 MM," 'f EECOND ROW .Cav Farkas PGY Ewwnqs, Sho- rgf -fvskf Deva Pckens FROXT QCJ. Q,m EUC Mor- ',2'C' 'J a SJC Kmq Jang ifffg Q.. it E' 'E M ,A . BACK ROW Vernon Swoomw, Junws Warnock, Jerry Duiwcn, L1cr0M!Horrlf.,POulJOnCs FRONT ROW Hoy Gorcwo, Jummv PPM- Iwps, Ruben Horns, Jwmmy Horns, Earl RwTfCr X I 1 BACK ROW Jerry Brroqqms, Gene Hubbard, Joe Vvulvm Eoll by Subla, Bob Evans, FRONT ROW Ar1f?e!a Sandoval, Maraud- ta Jones, vera Hernandez, WM Irom Hue'To, Gary Lemon, 'T X, J a r 5,1- BACK ROW' Mmhac-V BCH, Loans Moore, Kenneth McGunms. SEC- OND ROW Everett Jones, Tom Vwwson, Lowe Brown, Vmcem Hernandez, FRONT ROW: Rav morvd Bernard, Bob Breese, Me!- -,ro Jerxkms xi' BACK ROW Barbara Bradford, Yxomne Rrchex Madcnc Glotz, Eetfv Combs SECOND ROW leanetfe Clark, Betty Johnson Derma Crowe!! FRONT RCW Peggy Dwzkerv Penm Eubaoke Lars Wrlsan 26 I P 1 V2 .115 AN- '-Ayrmcs, CIDTVQI J T R V. RCP Garza, wfzalos, C A I 3 f, 0 ,QR Jz yn:- l , h f Q, ,Q QQ, 4- SEATED Dome! Yonez, Emnl Ruicom, Art SC-Izor. STANDING: Lows Cruz. EACK RCW Jcmnny Wood, Noe! E' de- Jan-es Em Th Jwm Dqfur 5559.0 RCN Jcrn Pumps, Mel P-amen Howard Clatzcugh, mm Efww FRONT ROW Jxm Foster, M ck. Fwczrmm, 27 STANDING: Larry Ayres, Gorvm Lcmc. SEA Bull Buckmosler, 991'-S-5' ' va' 5151 fe 2 J TED' Shwrlcy Wnldcr, Rwchord Garza, Donnie Form, fig: Q l .- , K Olga Gonzales and Teresa Payan pause between classes. Sue King, Frances Rubafcaba, and Olga Gonzales cook up heaveniy concocfions in homemaking. F 'VS W? 8 '-5 ' ' ff"-kr Y "" , . . - -ff., . Y . -'x 5 A r if .Jn , -W ,iw Ti? sf , 1-We 1-25' All ' A?l9"YZ: ll 5 L., 1 ,W 4' Q . M4 ZLL Q ' 4.,M,, . 1 L fx f , 5 W f ff x.' ! 2 I l ,ls I 1 7 , 4 A , -W, iv , ,, 'f , L Vx vf A 47 '17 ff, 4, 12? Liga ' - 'i r: 2 ' ,JV is .mi ,. ' 5 x 1' ,xzw ff? 0 :ij W X ,M 4' f ,lt 4 fe . gy. 'Z 366 . J X K' .gf KW ,kwa FRESHMEN OFFICERS - BACK ROW, Donald Hooper, sergcanl af arms, Donna Glllo, class reprcsenfatuve, Charles Roblnson, sergeant al arms. FRONT ROW Carolyn Womack, Treasurer' Beta L-GNU, WCG' DVGSIGGUTJ Albert Snowdon, aresldenrg Phyllls Pusher, secretary. Freshmen Say, cOne Down, Three to Go, BACK ROW: Rober? Smnth, James Lane, Howard Erlckson. SEC- OND ROW: Pete Flores, Alex Melzler, Rau! FRONT ROW: Joe Humphres, Jack Nlven, Perez, Jerry Venaas, V rn 4 A: ....., wp, BACK ROW: Boo Rusconi, Bull Clark, Bob Clowers. SECOND ROW Emily Gonzales, Joseanune Gorcla, Dolores Lozano. FRONT ROW Angle Tonguma, Wanda Bennett, Allce Burrows. Q -as RIGHT - BACK ROW Down! Howmy, Bur? SGHQV5, Dowd Gor- cro SECOND ROW Loman' Keeney, Low Arw Domcl, Barbara Kenney, Mom Ivwqtncmm FRONT ROW' Allen Lone, DQ-mms Kwqh1 LEFT EACK QOH-'V TYUTH. R ,1 'VMVTQQ DwMov1 NAA R 'WVQZ Es':::f1 SECOND RCS. GNo'i.s PWM, Hfwn 'nm "'f3vv ozc' UWTNNY RCN. Awww Banda ..wTTwH PTI? L' '- Yr 'wa' "" Mc: ze En Q,z Ez'-CK QOL TQ, Claw: FN fl r Mg f7 r 1 f' I Q QWCC Cp rig FQCNT O Cf V . JCOP '-New E z:!:Q"' 5 f ' F 4 x r Q .,.,, fa r , f 3 ,lr r ,P LEFT f- BACK ROW' Truman Krghf, Bert Rowe, Mike Smlryon SECOND ROW Edward Rurz, Robert Mcmorroz, Morshoil Mo- 'Lmdo FRONT ROW Arthur Clowcrs Bobby Hormcmorm Jcrrx EC.wrvC1rX 1 I 6 qv Q.,--J ,- RIGHT - BACK ROW: Manuel Corrullo, Alex Rnyas, Montozc Shlrlcy, Doyld Boll. SECOND ROW. Anno Ducncs, Shnrley Burt- Iey, Patsy Carr. FRONT ROW: Mory Reyes, Sue Simpson. BAC K ROW Karen Wood, Mory FrosT, Judy McDonald, Dorrs Oork, Mrwe Judkuru FRONT ROW Carol Sorcrxserr, Dorrs Lrndgren, Emrrrc Grorms Dorrs Frcmcrwmr .....4 -naQ"m 'T A ws x W RVCJHT BACK ROW Rlchaml Whllc, Bobby Smith, Ranma Hellman, Pole Orff-qa SECOND ROW Judy Sample, Kay Rcyf hall, Sandra 'Jcllarf Carol Cox FRONT ROW lamcc Slack! vm Rnma Evrvxzvl ina Jayhor 5 di , I , v LEFT --- BACK ROW Ronald Bishop, Judy lngle, Roy Rurz. SECOND ROW Mona Joyner, Vance Rowan, Leona Nolan, FROPM ROW, Kcllh Thomas, Charles Wllson, Jlmmy Perry EACK ROW Chrlsllrwc Lamberl, Manuel Garclc Joe Sflqmon, War' rch Tuttle Encdlna Ramos FRONT ROV' ,aalse Barblefl, Lmh Reece, Caflo lowes, Jeame Wfagcaer l 33 LEF-T -- BACK ROW Muckcy McConnell, Eddle Prltcnetf, Wnle llarn Harden. SECOND RONV Jam Slaton, Gary Alexander, Ron- ne Rosconv, FRONT ROW Eoaay Blankensnlp, Ronnve Butz, Dennls Qulgicx L. RIGHT - BACK ROW: Plml Cook, Don Kuftrell, Isobel Lozono, Hector Maldonado. SECOND ROW: Bernice Gutlerrez, Dina Gu- tierrez, Wilma Taylor. FRONT ROW: Lucy GuTuerre7 Mary Gon- zales. Nv- BACK ROW: Dewey Cogburn, Dowd Scarf, Raymond Danlels, Dnnlcl Var- gas. FRONT ROW' Mlldred Terrell Jerlene Andrews, Wrlllc Lenex, Bar- bara Sloan Right - Mr. Charles Bray, freshmen adviser, and Miss Derotha Blythe stroll down TUHS "Main Street" during lunch hour. 1 Lge' ' . Sygp 523 ., 1 i ww wft:5'v I VZMQQ, 'V ig-, M Af? 'Y ,?f,2ig 23 ft rf Mfg, S -ily. V, nap, VA J , Jgsn., , .f A y . . . .1 ,. Left - Mr. Glen Hasting's social science students clean up track field before Tranquillity Relays. ln social science freshmen learn to et alon 1 9 9 "Busy beavers" work hard in Typing I. with others, -1. A Day in the Life Of a Camera K up mlddy .af Dun I hate myself somehmes' M 'N- -Xi.. Rtm 'sw Q 4 Reflected fun Bearded grant. Splut personality. Davy, Davy Crocketi? 4, 9,4 fi. '34, rl " wr, W, , ,wr fu, I in I 3'?Fmwx fu 145:32-Q 0 i ' . 1' , 4 QW, ,"5fW' 4 ,W ' If ff 4" at ff, 4 4, ,ffl 9+ u 4 4 CSF 1 STANDING: Miss Mar- salette Carpenter, adviser, Ka- nt thy Truelove, Terry VanZa , Bob Marshall, Bill Soares, Lo- Delle Smith. SEATED: Joyce Ni- boli, Diane Smithson, Janet Tuttle, Wanda Simpson, Dolores Enriauez, Claudia Black. CSF, Quill and Scroll Members Are Outstanding in Achievement Membership in the California Scholarship Federation and in Quill and Scroll is based on out- standing achievement. A student must have ten points, at least eight of them in scholarship, to be entitled to join CSF. Two points may be made through activities. Life membership in the organization is earned when a student has been a novitiate member six semesters. Candidates for membership in Quill and Scroll, international honor society for high school journalists, may be elected from newspaper or yearbook staffs. They must be juniors or seniors who have done superior work in writing, editing, or business management. They must be in the upper third of their class in general scholastic standing. Last spring Tranquillity CSF chapter was elected secretary school for the fall district con- ference. Janet Tuttle was chosen by the local members to perform the duties of secretary at the Reed- ley conference. The chapter's main activity is selling "hot dogs" and sodas at games to obtain money to be used as scholarships for worthy graduates who go on to college. QUILL AND SCROLL - Sylvia Hakala, Bob Marshall, Adviser Marsalette Carpen- ter, Andriette Metzler, Janet Tuttle. Yeafs Activities Are Recorded in Tule, Award-llinning Hi-Lite ln yearbook and newspaper the story of the year's work and play is told, The i956 Tule speaks for itself. The l-li-Light received a certificate ot excellence from the San Joaquin Valley Scho- lastic Press Association at the spring press conference. This is the second time in succes- sion that the Hi-Lite has had the highest rat- ing when judged with printed papers from schools ot 500 or under in the San Joaquin Valley. 'W"t 'I wr-mwmm, ffwwrmrmw f f "' , f H M- ffvwmw Y Wwwwwi W 2,4 wwwwmm, nw-wiv r Top - Fifth period publications class works on the annual copy and addresses envelopes for Hi-Lite mailing. Clockwise around the table are Alice Jones, Sylvia Haka- la, Janet Tuttle, Jack Blankenship, Nanon Daniels, Bob Marshall, and Alice Perez. Left - The Hi-Lite runs into the folder on the press as Wm. J, Muenzer, printer, and Seica Hanashiro, com- pasitar, look over the page layout. LOWER LEFT - PUBLICATIONS - BACK ROW' Rav- niond Bernard, Nanon Daniels, Bill Soares, Diane Smith- san, Jerry Hansen, Johnny Strange, Andrietle Metzler, Alice Perez FRONT ROW Alvin Clark, Bold Marshall, Jack Blankenship Helen Mancini, Betty Johnson, Alice Janes. Below - lClockwiseJ Raymond Bernard, Jerry Han- sen, Jack Whitten, Bob Marshall, and Janet Tuttle proof read an issue of the Hi-Lite, hot off the press. ADVANCED BAND - BACK ROW Norma Hernandez, Albert Rivera, Elaine Grarnls, Bert Rowe, Gary Lern- on, Fidel Ramirez, Joyce Nibali, Yvonne Richey, Betty Neri THIRD ROW Pat VanZant, Gene Humphrey, Bonn Valadez, Emil Rusconi, Claudia Black, Diane Smithson, Benny Oller, Ginger Hakala, Janet Saltzmon. SECOND ROW Carolyn Evans, Anita Owen, Patsy Quigley, Judy Frampton, Marshall Machado, Patsy Smith, Daris Clark, Lillie Cantu FRONT ROW Mary Kathryn Carr Janice Stricklin, Nadine Graham Nancy Evans Janet Tuttle, Eloise Smith. BEGINNERS AND INTERMEDIATE BAND - BACK ROW Raul Perez, Jerry Venaas, Howard Erickson, Charles Robinson, Pete Ortega, Ray Camacho, Bob Smith. SECOND ROW: Betty Neri, Ronnie Perinoni, Daniel Yanez, Albert Snow- don, Ronnie Rusconi, Pete Flores, Ronnie Bishop, Mickey Tomko, FRONT ROW: Judy Sample, Mary Frost, Angela Hurtado, Barbara Sloan, Carol Sorenson, Doris Clark, Judy McDonald. Band Sets Record for Tops In Events TUHS band compiled an all-time record by winning a first place at the All Western Band Review at Long Beach, and then achieved the highest rating - a su- perior f- at the Music Festival. Other accomplishments included a tirst place at the Riverdale parade, and an outstanding spring concert. Also, within the band was a 'real gone' pep band under the capable direction of Terry VanZant. MAJORETTES - ilett to right: Judy Sample, Patsy Carr lNad.ne Graham, Eloise Smith, Donna Noren, Virginia Weath- crs, Eeccy Breese Mary Frost, Snarlyn Sawall, Judv lngle. Z iii, FE F X I mb QX K'Qg 'f ' f +J1 fy g+bQ, vii I Q na-wfvv 'f 'l"W""'0!3,fM'5pIr 1 ., - ' ,ETF ...... 'V gash an -filfffn -- lr, .3 X, .' 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He re- fused to let the couple become engaged, and in the meantime died and lost his soul to Lucifer who rounded up all the lost souls. A feud sprang up, meanwhile which would have put the Hatfields and McCoys to shame. The fracas ended in a happy manner, however, when the two families were united by the marriage of Mary and Joe. Mr. Morlock . . Mrs. Morlock Mary . . , Jessica . . Mildred. . Joe Lanconi . Luigi Lanconi Martha . . Lucifer . . Miss Akers . George Plew . Mrs. Schmaltz Dr. Brown . Mrs. Black . Jake . . . Mrs. Frinck . CAST . ERNIE MARQUEZ . KATHY WEATHERS FREIDA MAYS HNADINE GRAHAM . MARY MCDONALD JOEL ALEXANDER BILL LENOX DORETTA DESHIELDS PAT VANZANT BONNIE DALY . BILL SOARES . SHIRLEY BOLLMAN . . TOM RAWLINGS ELOISE SMITH ' JERRY MAYEIELD MARTHA YOCUM The deceased Mr. Morlock angrily watches his Mr. Morlock and Luigi, ghosts, listen intently as Mrs. Fr' ck and Jake rt I w'f k d t 'th D d ' ' Pep Organizations Give 6O0mph, to Tiger Cheering PEP SQUAD KF if b ki PTBII Fh ld S pl g Phyu President Sam Sharp Kleftj calls a com- teemen are Jerry Mayfield, Fidel Ramirez, and John Peterson. er. H 5-Y Conferences Stimulate Club Work To extend their knowledge of "Y" work and to foster friendships, Hi-Y members attended conferences at Sequoia Lake and at Fowler High School. A. J. Northrop, YMCA Sec- retary, was guest speaker at the club's annual potluck din- ner in the fall, and in the spring he met with the group around the lunch table. A high point in the year's activities for seven of the boys was a week-end trip to San Francisco, Oakland, and San- ta Cruz, with Adviser Ray Moyer as guide. ln co-operation with the Future Farmers, six Hi-Y members went to Yosemite but failed to find the snow they had anticipated. CLUB OFFICERS - STANDING: Ray Moyer, mittee meeting on the south lawn. Commit- adviser, Paul Sullivan, sergeant at arms. SIT TINGZ Raymond Bernard, secretary, Fidel Ra- mirez, vice president, Jerry Hansen, treasur- Before leaving, Fidel Ramirez, lleftl and Ray Bernard discuss the fun they will have on their trip to San Francisco. HI-Y MEMBERS - STANDING: Jerry Didway, Earl Pruitt, Louie Brown, Bill I-lumphres, Bob Huey, Ron Rusconi, Willie Lopez. SITTING: Jack Blankenship, Corky Hansen, Jonn Peterson, Jerry Mayfield, John Strange, Jimmy Johnson. ' X 'NX' Y-TEEN CLUB - BACK ROW: Karon Wood, Eloise Smith, Eva Joyner, Carol Cox, Lynn Reece, Marlene Glofz, Verna Crowell, Lois Wilson, Margaret Mosby, Sari Jo Hardwick, Mary Diaz, Janice Stricklin, Mary Jane Johnson, Ora Lee Gillispie, Betty Combs, Ginger Hakala, Shirley Lum, Roma Bernard, Louise 3arbieri SECOND ROW: Judy Frampton, Nancy Evans, Sharlyn Sawall, Charlotte Frost, Beccy Breese, Virginia vweathers, Janet Saltzmon, Penny Eubanks, Gladys Ellis, Doris Lindgren, Carol Sorensen, Elaine Gramis, Judy Sample. FRONT ROW: Patricia Dick, Shirley Sievers, Dorothy Johnson, Wanda Bennett, Marion Brown, Donna Noren, Sue Kinney, Nadine Graham, Carolyn Evans, Mary Gayle McDonald, Millie Judkins Y-Teens Give Thanksgiving Basket to Needy Family Y-Teens had fun this past year, but they also performed some services of which they are proud. They gave a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family, sent a CARE package overseas and collected money tor the March of Dimes. The latter was done by selling peanuts and by a guessing contest, which had, as its prize, a jar of candy. Club members sold soda water at football and baseball games and at track meets to tatten their treasury. For entertainment, they had a dance with a St. Patrick's Day theme. Y-Teens honored their mothers at the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet which was held in May. LEFT 1 CLUB OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Lo Delle Smith, program Chair- man, Miss Jean Walters, adviser, Diane Smithson, music chairman, Sylvia Hakala, social chairman, Mary Blythe, service chairman, An- driette Metzler, student representative. FRONT ROW: Kathy Weathers, treasurerg Freiaa Mays, secretary, Bonnie Daly, vice president, Jessie Metzler, president Lower Lett - Ginger Hakalo, Mary Blythe, and Betty Combs sell peanuts for the March ot Dimes. Lower Right - Judy Frampton holds ior of candy presented to her by John Ayerzo, Student Body President, on behalf of the Y-Teens. Judy came closest in guessing the number of pieces in the ior. Proceeds vent to the March of Dimes. Q51 QE 'kid ., L .Q 3. 213' wi 'TW' may W W 2 ' s 3 as if 251 1 My 4' HAH 1, f R Z y ,iP.,,Q,,n AJ., .. . ,.,. ,L V W :::- A, a vg, , , Q. Q fig B. ' sl' PM ' J 'I p., an f 6 . K ' 0 ,, '13, 1,0 w mi' fs if ff , I 5 , A M ji :I 41,1 'fy' J Y QQ W2 9'-Y Nl' I 45 .au xi: 4 w 5.1 22 X if Wiz gx ,ix H4 my gg Yi 'ln "Sold for S2.50," yells pie auctioneer Diane Smithson of the GAA pie social. GAA Jabberwock skit wins third place. The members of the cast left to right are Judy Sample, Virginia Weathers, Kathy True- love, Doris Clark, Doris Lindgren and Pat Smith. CLUB OFFICERS -Joyce Ni- boln, secretary-treasurer, Mass Oerotho B l y t h e, adviser, Dlane Smlthson, presidentg Shirley Slevers, vuce presi- dent. 'House of Bamboo, Is Theme For Twirp Twirl The theme for the annual backwards dance was "The House of Bamboo." On Blossom Day, to welcome the spring, the girls decorated schoolrooms with flowers and donned spring clothes for the first time this year. Another event sponsored by the GAA was the annual Tranquillity Invitational Tennis , Tournament. To finance a Spring Playday of minor sports in which five other schools participated, the Girl's Athletic Association had cupcake sales and a pie social and sold emblem necklaces. Tranquillity girls also attended playdays given by other schools in their league - Washington Union, Kerman, River- dale, Coruthers and Central. Initiation for the first semester was performed on on overnight camp-out ot Morchini's Beach, but second semester candidates were initiated in the gym after school. For the first time in the history of the local GAA, a member accumulated 500 points during her four years of high school. This accomplishment, achieved by Diane Smithson, was rewarded with a white sweater, the highest award given in GAA. CAA MEMBERS BACK ROW Betty Jornson Yvonne Rlchey Carla James Marlene Glotz Verna C owell Antonia Lopez, Pauline Perez, Morce Mora Marlon Brown Bar ora soon Co yn Womack Judy McDonald Barbara Bradford Sharon Lumpknn Joan Faurless, Angelo Hurtado Elaine Grornls Judy Sample llene Froncnlnu Betty Combs Lois Wilson Mary Blythe Dlona Plckens Mlllle Judkuns, Carol Sorensen, Doris Cork SECOND ROW Patsy Ouxgley Pat smlth Kathy Truelove Anita Owen Penny Eubanks Nancy Evans Sharlyn Sawoll, Beccy Breesc Charlotte Frost Judy Frampton Janet oltzmon Llllle Cantu Phyllls Flsher Angle Tanguma Roma Bernard Carolyn Evans, Janet Tuttlc FlRsT ROW Kay Reynolds Donna Gllo Karen Wood Elolse Srnlth Dons Llndgren Mary Lod Srnlth Mary Jane Nlboll, Vurgunla Weathers. uorothy Johnson. Wanca Slnfpson, Kathy Weathers, Donna Noren, See Kunney, Mary Frost, Frelda Mays, Nodnne Graham, 5l .5 s, , FBLA - BACK ROW: Nancy Valdez, Dolores Enriquez, De- lores Wood, first semester secre- tary, Antonia Lopez. FRONT ROW: Miss Mary Armstrong, adviser, Jeanette Newman, sec- ond semester treasurer, Angela Sandoval, second semester vice president, Virginia Hayes, sec- ond semester secretary, FBLA Provides Commercial Awards Margaret Vansant, first semest- er president. Future Business Leaders of America purchased pins which were presented to outstanding students in typing, shorthand, office practice and bookkeeping. As ci means of making money they sponsored the movie, "Johnny Dark." Club delegates attended regional conferences in Fresno and Delano and the state convention at Riverside. Club degree pins were bought to be given out on a semester basis. Students with the highest number ot points in each degree were given prizes at the end ot the year. 7 TL H Monarchs Reign Over Events 'rw ,,.,...,n. .Pr , , M ' my Relay Queen Andriette Metzler Ksitting on back at carl and her attendants Cleft to rightj Penny Eubanks, Jeanette Thomas, Texie Matheson, and Lynn Reece, await the ride to the coronation in Mr. Jock Cook's convertible. I , 'I J lnset: Queen Andriette. Campus King and Queen, Terry Van Zant and Joyce Niboli. The coronation took place at the last home basketball game ot the season. Attendants were Nadine Graham and Earl Ritter. Butch Arcelus, FFA president, poses with participants in the FFA Chapter Sweetheart contest. Standing: Shirley Siev- ers, senior, Millie Judkins, freshman, Sweetheart Nancy Evans, sophomore, Don- na Noren, junior. ,,.,.f-W wf'l"'v gi! EEE di Mn . WAS s f wxk "W , 5' if 4' 1' dl ff , 1 gm. 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Jer'y Mayfield, Pete Flores, Ronnie Butts, Richard White, Don Kittrell, Bobby Breese, Bob Evans, Tony Wilson, Ronnie Perlnoni. in Tie for 2nd Place Four seniors - Oller, halfback Johnny Ayerza, lineman Jim Markus, and Butch Arcelus were outstainding on both offense and defense tor the varsity gridders throughout the season. Ayerza received the most valuable player award while Oller and Markus were chosen co-captains forthe year. VARSITY SCORES TUHS TUHS TUHS TUHS TUHS TUHS TUHS . Coalinga 26 . Fresno JV's I9 . Riverdale 6 . Parlier 7 . Laton 6 . Caruthers 6 . Sierra 27 Composed mainly of players with no experience junior varsity gridders went winless throughout the season. Every time the JV's would put on a touchdown drive a bad break would set them back. Some of these JV's will no doubt be playing on the varsity next year. Center Right - Defensive action against Laton shows Jim Markus, 27, and Joel Alexander tackling ball carrier. Other Tigers pictured are Eddie Anderson, 22, Benny Oller, 39, Howard Cox, 28, Frank Reyna, far left, and Gene Humphrey, far right. Lower Left - End Butch Arcelus latches on to pass from quarterback Benny Oller as Laton player attempts a neck tackle. Lower Center - Caruthers ball carrier fumbles as Howard Cox tackles him. Tiger John Strange 34, is in the background and an unidentified Tranquillity player lies on the ground. Lower Right - Junior varsity action as Jessie Magana zeros in on a Sierra ball carrier. Player in the background is Jim Phillips. ,gpm-al Kg 'MLW ge . Qs! l.-Guard John Strange. 2.-Guard Bill Braun. 3.-Forward Eddie Anderson. 4.-Varsity captain Benny Oller. 5.-Forward David Selzer. c'A', Hoopsters Capture Tranquillity Hoop Tourney Varsity basketeers started the l955-56 basketball campaign in great the Tranquillity Basketball Tournament. as they won their first six games in a row. ln this win streak they It was a different story for the rest of the season as the locals compiled record in league play to finish in seventh place. yid Scl- Benny Oller shoots a iump shot over a defend- ing Coalinga player. Cox, Manager Eddie Prutchltt. SECOND ROW: Gene Humphrey, Eddlc Anderson, James Lf-on Hawkrns Stranae. BASKETBALL SQUAD - BACK ROW: Coach Norman Schode, Bob Huey, Benny Ollcr, Da Pickens, i K f ...-...... Q. W Q.,- 5 YQ Atv, I1 ' 'K f ifv A 5 X.- : ff . - f 2 ... QI xg ,Q - ' " 1 W U 1' V ' 'V 4 ,, Q '55 R f , If A ' A- 1 I' E W' fm- f . P 5 - f ' .. - ' f K -..-f j Y' . uv- K :X- f 03 A F ai I '51 h , . . 1 X , .4 , X I , 2 0 .X if f'-I I - , X. ,r Achon shows Noel Shirley battling with P L Y 2 he 5 W L, l., .1 137: by qi? if me " A TRACK SQUAD - BACK ROW Coach Glen Hastings, James Pickens, Gene Hum- phrey, Howard Cox, David Selzer, Benny Oller, Bob Huey, Leon Hawkins, Eddie An- derson, Coach Jack Cook. SECOND ROW: Manager Fidel Ramirez, Ruben Espinosa, Jerry Winburn, Corky Hansen, Frank Tay- lor, Bill Braun, Billy Humphres, Bert Rowe, Leland Harralson, Bon: Valadez, Manager Vernal Lemon. FRONT ROW: Johnny Mar- tinez, Slug Arcelus, Pat VanZant, Terry VanZant, Johnny Ayerza, John Strange, Garvan Lane, Willie Lopez, Jessie Magana. Greatest Season Ever is Recorded by Cinder Squads Jr:- ,. 4 . ,A1l..A A .. B TRACK SQUAD - BACK ROW: Coach Glen Hastings, Cisco Quintana, David Cox, Robert Smith, Thomas Rawlings, Eugene Horn, James Smith, Jerry Scroggins, Earl Ritter, Butch Arcelus, Coach Jack Cook. SECOND ROW' Manager Bobby Blanken- ship, Ray Camacho, Louis Moore, Ruben Garcia, Dewey Cogburn, Mike Sullivan, Pete Flores, William Huerta, Louie Brown, John Maxwell, Manager Dennis Lawson. FRONT ROW: Frank Reyna, Raymond Harris, Bob Evans, David Garcia, James Womack, Alvin Clark, Jimmy Rusconi, Ra- mon Martinez, Oliver Magana. C TRACK SQUAD - RACK ROW' Coach Glen Hastings, Bobby Smith, Bob Clowers, Vernon Sweeney, Gerald Harris, Albert Snowden Truman Kight, Manuel Garcia, Jerrold Olivera, Jerry Venaas, Tony Wilson, Coach Jack Cook. SECOND ROW' Manager Richard Wh-te, Hector Maldonado, Vin- cent Hernandez, James Lane, Jimmy Har- ris, Wayne Simpson, Tony Ayerza, Don Kittrell, Rudy Diaz, Arthur Clowers, FRONT ROW' Roy Ruiz, Manuel Gonzales, Raul Perez, Raymond Blythe, Raymond Ber- nard, Bobby Hanneman, Jim Perry, lsabel Lozano. l956 marked the greatest season ever recorded by Tiger track teams. B and C class cindermen won both the Sier- ra League and Sierra Valley crowns while all three squads were triumphant at the Tran- quillity Relays. All t h r e e track teams also won all the classes at the Tranquillity Re- lays. The local track teams won o total of I2 trophies for the season. ,N-Q ' ,W rf", I 1955 TIGER CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD - Bill Clark, Raul Perez, Manuel Gonzales, Rudy Diaz, Arthur Clowers, Frank Taylor, Francis Judklns, Louie Brown, Garvin Lane, Burl Salters, Jerry Scroggins, Bill Humphres, Alvin Clark, Jamcs Womack, Bob Clowers, Truman Kight, Donny Whitaker, Joe Humphres. KNEELING IN CENTER: Manager Jim Dufur, L..1ucri Jack Cook, Manager Vernal ..:.rnc.1. Harriers Have Successful Season The cross country team of l955 had a good record as they were victorious in most of their meets. They lost their chance for the league championship when they were defeated by Sierra in their l:st meet. The lccals placed fourth in the Tranquillity Invitational Meet as Dinuba High walked att with top honors. Alvin Clark broke the school record for the l.6 mile course in the time at 7:30. Louie Brown was awarded the most valuable player trophy and was also chosen captain for the year by his team- mates. MAIN TIGER HARRIERS - Alvin Clark, Louie Brown, James Womack, Raul Perez, Manual Gonzales. Over 50 runners prepare for start of Second Annual Invitational Cross Country Meet. quam N9 f ffl,-fi' I JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD - BACK ROW: Manager Jim Slaton, Johnny Peterson, Man- uel Carillo, Paul Jones, Gene Hubbard, Burl Salfers, Ron Rusconi, Howard Erickson, Ruben Harris, Coach Charles Hendsch, SECOND ROW: Manager Jerry Bowman, Epiminio Morales Bernabe Rivas, Daniel Vargas, David Garcia, Butch Metzlcr, Emil Rusconn, Ronnie Perinoni, Bobby Subia, Manager Art Selzer. FRONT ROW: Daniel Yanez, Jack Niven, Robert Maniarrez, Bobby Breese, Ed Ruiz, Belo Cantu, Ismael Qulroz, Joe Morris. Ianior Varsity Gains Valuable Experience Tiger JV baseballers had a dismal season as far as winning and losing go. The locals won only one contest in league competition, that against Laton Mustangs. This year's Junior Varsity gained a lot of experience which will help the varsity in the coming years. Tiger hurlers Dulany Sam- ple, Eddie Anderson, and Joel Alexander get ready to First baseman Benny Oller digs a throw out of the dirf. deliver a pitch. u""t-. Nl girl san Boy's singles player Bobby Mar- Tranquillity Tennis Tournament Mixed doubles, Gail Stout and shall prepares to smack his service. girl's doubles champions, Donna Janet Tuttle, Noren and Sue Kinney. Netters Win 4th League Title in Row For the fourth consecutive year tennis Tigers won the Northern Sierra League Championship. Over a period of four years they have won 16 league matches in succession. The girl's doubles team of Diane Smithson and Sue Kinney won the Northern Sierra League title, while boy's singles player, Bobby Marshall, went undefeated in league play for his second straight year. ln the Tranquillity Tennis Tournament, the local team tied for honors with Madera netters as Kinney and Donna Noren won the girl's doubles title and Smithson took the girl's singles crown. TENNI Pifferi S, CLASS - BACK ROW: Coach Derotha Blythe, Bobby Marshall, Gail Stout, Les F hm, Gary Hanneman, Manager Sylvia Hakala. FRONT ROW: Janet Tuttle, Ilene ranc shown. Tranquillity Tennis Tournament 's singles champion Diane Smith- ini, Joyce Niboli, Diane Smithson, Sue Kinney, Donna Noren, Larry Ayres is not SCHM DT TRAN PORTATION CCMPANY Agrlcultural and General Commodities Se mg the West for 30 Yeo S Best wnshes for success ond happiness In the future Class of Nnnefeen Hundred Fnfty Six Phone OL ver 5 4338 P.O. Box 74 OLiver 5-4335 Night MENDOTA W X Q Vlmsosnfl 'fri fi if 2,1 ,: . if : U" U fi ' X--,R of ,tt4,fief:4ef f. ,f ,f . 1-:L A Ywvi .v i i. f , ' ea i8'g'w I'-" Mx 5 L' Y 'P , ,I If . '2g,,s:.!'af Alun: if ig V 7 ' 2 36 " ij, 'Re ' f ,111 Ni U , iy 79 J I f W A N Y T H I N G from a Set of Plugs to a "Major Operation" AT THE first sign of an ailing tractor, call on us and get expert, professional care. Farm machines are our business and we do our best to keep the greatest possi- ble number of them in good running condition. Call on us V- for anything from a set of plugs to a "major operation," The best in the latest fashions. Best Of Luck, Class of '56 EQUIPMENT G. L. MCKEAN STORES COMPANY FREsNo - REEDLEY MADERA - nv: POINTS - TRANQUILLITY Phone SJ' 5782 TRA"'QU"-'-'TY qsm mnvmmntpuzb RAYIQSJND c. JOHNSON 153 a senix Two Stores To Serve You Phone 6-0584 SAN JOAQUIN 2379 So. "G" St. Phone 3811 FRESNO P.0. Box 516 72 Q9 a O Roy lle Foreign Auto Repair 'I945 Mono St. Phone 3-8857 FRESNO C amgfs Dry Goods A 32.2 5 A g Wwfltfagtqpm a 7 Shoes - Notions - Patterns V Phone 3216 SAN JOAQUIN r-N I 2 wfa,p7,.-'f 49. lv lf.-NW ,... wg 1 Will-Gro Fertilizers I 1 you Red-Top Insecticides Side Dressing - Injecting O San .Ioaquln Agro Company Phone SJ 3231 SAN JOAQUIN P.O. Box 407 SAN JoAQulN ELEcTmc RADIOS - REFRIGERATORS WASHING MACHINES E. W. Nelson SCH ROEDER'S AUTO ELECTRIC Complete Auto Electric Service Starters - Generators Complete Carborator Service Best Wishes Class of '56 PIWOY16 SGD Joaquin C f I I' ' C"Q"j,,,'Q,'f' Gaugh F orezgn Motors Best Wishes Closs of '56 Dealers for Imported Cars ENTERPRISE GROCERY 1945 Mono FRESNO Ponoche Road Fulton Phone 73 C. B. and Harriet Rogers, Prop. Gennusois Service Featuring TEXACO Products Fresno and E Streets Phone 2-2379 FRESNO Sorensen Machine Works Gifts Hardware Tanks, Pipe, Steel Farm Machinery Phone OL 5-4251 MENDOTA Tranquillity Drug Store Oscar Claassen, Prescription Druggist First Aid Supplies - Coty Hazel Bishop - Drug Sundries Gift Items - Stationery Borden's Fountain Service Phone 5451 TRANQUILLITY I. Henry Markus Sporting Goods Hardware - Appliances - Gifts Phone 3701 SAN JOAQUIN TU LE BOOSTERS Mrs. Ida Mancini Mrs. Florence Snyder M . A C. C l rs . ar son Mrs. Lena Torrano Miss Marjorie Bray Mr. and Mrs. Martin Costales Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arcelus Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Carvalho Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lowrance Dick Nevin of Electrical Equipment Co., Fnesno Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Urrizola Mr. and Mrs. John Ernecart W C M ' . . orns P. W. Voorhees Joyce I-lanneman Angel Arellano Bettye Jo Butler Charles l-larbert Tony Guardado Virginia Finn Coates 8: Metz, Architects PHOTOGRAPHY Maxwell Studio Fresno ENGRAVING Valley Engravers Ensign Fresno PRINTING Publishing Company Fowler COVERS The S. K. Smith Company Los Angeles STOCKTON ELEVATORS HoLMEs WAREHOUSE DIVISION RICE GRAIN MENDOTA A. R. DANKWORTH, INC. Commencement Invitations Correct Personal Cards Club Pins - Medals "Famous" Hertf-Jones Class Rings 1414 West Seventh St. 126 Post St. Los Angeles 17 San Francisco 8 SAN JOAQUIN ELEVATOR AND DRIER All Grains Dried and Shipped Richard Maron, Plant Manager Phone 3331 SAN JOAQUIN Sims Motor Co. Sales and Service 1 iv ,il 525 fl ' JI ' nf Phone 5441 TRANQUILLITY H. P. JORGENSEN 8- COMPANY Fire Extinguishers Sales 8- Service 818 Broadway Phones 2-0712 and 2-1551 FRESNO TH ELMA'S BEAUTY SALON DONNA SOARES Class of '54 Phone 3106 Manning Ave. SAN JOAQUIN 75 """"- SALES im TRUCQAQHMANN SNS E IMPLEMENT OUIPMENT mmmms ED R A T H M A N N muck Ann IMPLEMENI mc Farm Equlpmenl' MotorTrucks Refrigeration SALES SERVICE GOOD LUCK SENIORS Phone 5731 TRANQUILLITY MILLER AND WILSON Groceries - Meats Dry Good's Congratulations Class of '56 Phone 5436 Tranquillity Drake Steel Supply Co. TUBING WIRE PRODUCTS WELDED AND sEAMLEss PIPE - Au. SIZES 2655 Espee Avenue Phone 6-O88l Fresno Nxxm-X ,4 Rx se- Xxx X-XX XX .. E 15.11 . A -, - The staff of Security Seed Co. wishes to give its support and congratulations to the class of '56, Security Seed Company Your Measure of Quality and Service Phone 3931 San Joaquin 77 PRCDUCER S GIN 'fx ii' 'W'-4w'3Mt"' 31-7 M ' W. rv-'EV -6395 fy ,.., 1 yt' Nr ft .-01' .a X 47 .r 75 , gift 450 V' 1. ,X in f 5' Q. 'igzimf' 1- -' SAN JOAQUIN HELM M FISH Mgr ROBERT F GLEASON Mgr We the Producers Cans of gan loaqum and Helm wrsh to express our warmest congratulations to the Class of 1956 and best Lushes for a long and happy lzfc I ' 3-...-f'-H'3??"1'f1 545.12 ' 4' rj - A I X ...Am . Q ff.. N - .. ..,, " -4-' 2- 4 'P fi -. th, 12111523 q":'31'5fA' I 4 K .iv 1.1 t F -" Mig? s --':'-L31 I 29 -rw?-sb, 2' .I g 1. 1 4-'- l Ffixlii-zsizf ' ' E ff: V f ' . .., ,A I f Q-'51 nj , ',, g, ' M ' -Q' R' .y ' rf-'iff ir- " ' 4q..r:,-- 1 , , ' ff, ..,.. ,' ." . , P - H. Y I ' ' , 6' 59"":":4f5'i:5g: Ju , . . , . 9 j. I K ' 9 . '. . J COOPERATIVE GIN for BETTER SERVICE TO THE WESTSIDE Best of Luck, Class of '56 San Joaquin H. C. CROCKER CO., INC. School Supplies and Equipment Fresno - San Francisco - Sacramento I 'i A Picture of Top Quality and Better Service to the Westside SHELL DISTRIBUTORS J. J. Silvera J. J. Armas Tranquillity Phone 5617 Wheel Aligning and Balancing Oilirienis Brake Service Ward O'Brien, Prop. Brake Relining Tire Skimming Merced and G Streets Phone 6-0631 Fresno 6 P. A. DALY STANDARD OIL DISTRIBUTOR Chevron Gas and R.P.M. Motor Oil Phone 3146 San Joaquin ART L. HARRALSON Welding and Machine Shop Phone 3411 San Joaquin 'U -s c 2 S: C5 ca -s 59 : rR9.W3Z'.?if7 J-vivid -I 5 If z lo E I' E -I -4 rl Z C EE l'l'l -I -I If C3 F' rn Z an -1 m 4 rn Z U1 Z 9 l"l"l JP PU I' G5 C m Z -I I m IJ Z 'Q X-333 ff'-'13 -I "'7f't-3-S lil "r- 'r"""" 5 'E -fi sims 'H We the Producers Gans of Tranquillity and Murnetta wash to express our warmest congratulations to the Class of 1956 and best washes for a long and happy life f O 1 -::::.:f:Tff,Q!ff3, ' U Q.:uw'-j,.:.L1:s'jJ5:' -5- , . 1? 2,25 .USZIL :::'- 1 If 1 51,5 r-:iii-1E:::::tiEn we-1"2F 'f:::::5 lfzui 7: :5i-':::::::7'i ': ::2'N-uufs. 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A - . . . , ,., f I V-,..........,-.... -...............-........ .........--- OrIancIo's Hardware HOME APPLIANCES KEYS MADE WELDING SPORTING GOODS GARDEN TOOLS PAINTS TOYS Phone 561 I TRANQUILLITY Box 337 82 NQQST S1175 ul if Q3 QQQES F olsmjf 'll BOX 302. PHO NE 54OI owuER PARTNER DON ELLER 39ANNll ELLER 5 11 fl .f ul CQDNGRATULATIONS A fl fl Cooermg the Entzre West Sade Wzth Dazly Wholesale Delwery O Jensen Pulegord Fresh Eggs I Bollord Buscunts I Dinner Bell Morgorlne I Z S Volenclo Orange Junce Bors I Golden Store Donry Products Eq ppdW f QS O Y F ' , Limit ,. r by " fl!!! Mya. ' I 1 ji'Jp'h J'-,T M J fl Rf , ly , ,JI cLAssor se - - f . 'W lx'-TW A ' I I ' . JO tfff' 7 . 4 . . ' 9,,f1.'f Uf T k ui e ith Lat ' R g 83 3 . ,VI 15' CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES A . - " TO THE CLASS OF 1956 Elsie Bernard, '51 PETROLEUM SERVICE INC. Petroleum Service has engineered and planned several DEW projects and USGS 'FOI' BUTANE - PROPANE You will find it an organization alert to cost- , I cutting methods and technological improvements. B951 WISIWCS, CIOSS Of 56 Petroleum Service is expanding its services to bet- ter fill the needs of its customers and other friends. Burrel 1-1 Burrel HOUI' OWFIH Bl'ClI'1d Weed Oils Phones 5231 or 3931 San Joaquin C ongratulations, Graduates! BRITZ CH EMICAL CO. FIVE POINTS FIREBAUGH Ph. Burrel 49 Ph. 3121 P.O. Box 553 PEERLESS PUMP DIVISION TIP-TOP CLEANERS 1755 Broadway Fresno We Clean Everything From Finest Fabrics to Food Machinery Gnd Chemical Roughest Work Clothes . All At Reasonable Prices COVDOVGUOY1 IOWJ Off For Cash And Carry Ray E. Herrick 58075 Juanche St. Phone 5606 " Office Phone 3-1241 TRANQUILLITY U M P Home phone 7-4263 84 4426 No. Del Mar G'LL'G BROS- The Bread You Knovi cAi.iFoRNiA sum scHooL Buses . . . Is Fresher! P.O. Box 330 HAYWARD For All Of Your Insurance See ALFRED E. STRICKLIN CCIass of '307 Phone 5791 TRANQUILLITY AUTO PAIRS Frey G is Frank's Bedflhg CO. Garage U "1 ,, Gas - Oil - Lubrication Alma Tires - Batteries 0101-ag FRANK TORRANO, Prop. . Phone 5431 TRANQUILLITY Parts For AUTO n- TRUCK - TRACTORS SAN JOAQUIN PAPER 8. JANi1'oR Browning Sheaves and Belts Chains - Sprockets New Britain Tools Congratulations Class of '56 National Grease Seals 459 Van Ness Ave. Phone 3-4668 Po. BOX 425 Phone OL 5-4267 FRESNO MENDOTA 85 Drugs Sodas MENDOTA DRUG STORE Good Luck Sensors' CA twin, it 1 SAN JOAQUIN STORE DONALD E SCHRAMM PROP Best Wushes for Success Sennors Phon Ol. 5 4254 MENDOTA Phone 3296 SAN JOAQUIN Congratulations Graduates' TRANQUILLITY BARBER SHOP LEWIS AND MILLER Music INSTRUMENTS REPAIRING Leblanc Noblet Kung Reynolds Roth Instruments Shoves Harrcuts TRANQU I LLITY I335 Blackstone Phone 2 3489 FRESNO 4 ,me Mfg' Great rewards who strive. Congratulatzonsl Melville E. Willson Co. Wm than 1805 No Lafayette Phone 3 3177 F RESNO 86 HI '54 iz' . ' - 5-' - H IVe loin VVith All Your Supporters ln Tranquillity In Wishing Each And Everyone Of You Happiness And Success In Life. 7 o g-ly, 1 O A o Une fm , I ad - I I I5 N. Sixth St. Phone TEmpIe 4-2535 FOWLER 1 V -4- l u-l "' n "' i ,Z rs- f ' ii , HELM GARAGE , -ne, ' wt e 'aiih 'ff4J-CI . :I I PQTQ, E- R. WHITE 8- SON ey 2-1' MENDQTA Eooo CENTER Auto, Truck and Tractor Repairing . Kelly springfield -I-hes 8. Wholesale and Retail B"I'fe"e5 Groceries - Meats - Vegetables Phone Burrel 2-Y-3 HELM 7th and "Q" Sts. Phone OL 5-439I MENDOTA -Q LOUIS SALTZMON, Distributor SEASIDE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS P.O. Box 385 8th and "O" Sts. MENDOTA Ben Rusconi 81 Son Complete Automotive Service TIRES - TUBES Cor and Home Supplies Phone 378I Box 378 SAN JOAQUIN 87 Index ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION DIVIDER ADVERTISEMENTS BAND BASEBALL BASKETBALL BOOSTERS BUS DRIVERS CAFETERIA WORKERS CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION CAMPUS ROYALTY CAMPUS SCENES CHORUS CLASS DIVIDER 7I 87 40 41 68 69 62 64 CLASSROOM SCENES I8 23 9 CLUB AND ACTIVITIES DIVIDER CROSS COUNTRY DANCES DEDICATION FACULTY FOOTBALL FOREWORD FRESHMEN FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION GIRL S SPORTS HI Y JUNIOR PLAY JUNIORS LETTERMEN S CLUB MAJORETTTES PEP SQUAD PUBLICATIONS QUILL AND SCROLL SENIOR PLAY SENIORS SNAPS SOPHOMORES SPORTS DIVIDER STUDENT COUNCIL TENNIS TITLE PAGE TRACK TRUSTEES Y TEENS YELL LEADERS 60 6I 30 34 58 59 I9 22 2 36 55 4 65 66 . ,.....,,.. 74 . . . . . . . . . . IO . . . . . . . . IO . . . . . 38 . . . . . . . . . 53 . . . . I I . . . 4 . . . . . , . . . . . 41 . . . . . . . . . . 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Tranquillity High School - Tule Yearbook (Tranquillity, CA) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

Tranquillity High School - Tule Yearbook (Tranquillity, CA) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 100

1956, pg 100

Tranquillity High School - Tule Yearbook (Tranquillity, CA) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 79

1956, pg 79

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