Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA)
- Class of 1936
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RGGRESS, propelled by the human
ambition to advance, sometimes be-
comes a destructive power. destroying
some of the older things that We have
learned to cherish.
The Tulare High School Administra-
tive Building, now but a memory, was
this year sacrificed on this altar of ad-
The 1936 Argus was published in a
spirit ofprogress, with an effort to
reach the higher standard affixed by
our new surroundings and yet to cap-
ture and retain some of the pleasant
memories of the past.
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O THE members of our school
board who have lent their unselfish
interest and whole-hearted support to-
wards the realization of the new build-
ings, which will stand as a monument
and a reminder to future students, of
the friendship which exists between
them and the administration, and to the
business men of Tulare who have given
us a helping hand financially, making
this publication possible, we dedicate
this book, the 1936 Argus.
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ARGUS ' 1916
ARGUS 0 1936
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machinery, the pounding of hammers. steel men, heating men. eletricians.
engineers, bosses anc laborers all working' so that present and future genera-
tions may have buildings where modern education may find a place to grow
My sincere thanks and appreciation is offered:
To the members and past members of the lloard of 'llrustees for the
hours of untiring' service given to the planning and carrying on of the vast
amount of work necessary in developing a new school program for this, our
progressive and wide awake community.
To the Faculty and all other employees who have been loyal even
though faced with the necessity of inconveniences and continued disturbances
during this period of destruction and reconstruction work.
To each and every member of our Associated Student liody who has
given the finest of support and shown real cooperation, thus making possible
the carrying' on of school during the period of brick bat rolling, steam shovel
growls, caterpillar groans and all their indescribable noises resulting from
the growth of a new building.
H 'l'o the Class of l'J.3o. You have been good sports
, even thoujfh von knew that the blessines of new buildinff'
s , s rsh
5 f could not be yours, You have suffered more than others
fi ,X who will reap the benefits of the new buildings. Yet you
have carried on willingly and cooperatively. XYe will miss
N " you but we know that you go forth to seek new and greater
glories and will return to us as conquerors.,
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ARGUS ' 1926
MRS. FLORA G. XVILDER-Vice-Principal, Commercial, Dean of Girls.
HILTON D. BELL-Dean of Boys, English, Athletics, Freshman Adviser.
MISS LOIS THOMPSON-English, Dramatics, Senior Adviser.
MISS IRENE N. CONLEY-English, Public Speaking, Junior Adviser.
JAMES NV. JONES-Mathematics, Journalism, Sophomore Adviser, Ath-
letics, Publications. .
MISS GLADYS PRUNTY-Freshman-Sophomore Counselor, Iloine Mak-
ing, Freshman Adviser.
MRS FLORENCE FAULL-T f minff. .
Q., w. ERWIN-Vocal Music. Aililetiics.
M RS. RETTA VINCENT-Biology.
DALE I. GLICK-Mathematics, Economics, Athletics, Senior Adviser.
MISS EMILY COLLINS-Art, Home Art.
J. R. SMITH-Agriculture Mechanics, Art Metal.
C. J. RUSSELL-Boys' Physical Education, Athletics.
MISS AILEEN FISK-Girls' Physical Education.
J. C. PALTRIDGE-History.
MISS GLADYS READ-English.
N. E. OLSEN-Business Training, Boys' Physical Education.
MISS LUCY S. PROUDFOOT-Girls' Physical Education.
MISS GWENMAR l'OW'EI.L-English, Commercial.
J. C. HEXBERG-Science, Athletics.
F. C. SUITER-Auto mechanics.
C. MERTON JOHNSON-Bookkeeping, Typing, Junior Adviser.
A. E. TANNER-Science, Mathematics.
MISS BERNICE COLTON-Latin, English.
C. l.. VVHITE-Band, Orchestra.
MISS HELEN COPELAND-Art, Home Art.
C. W. SHEESLEY-Woodwork, Auto Mechanics.
MISS VIOLETTE JOHNSON-Home Making.
J. G. MCMILLAN-Agriculture, Science.
MISS MAE RAMELLI-Spanish, Sophomore Adviser.
JMRS. JULIA BURROWS-Book Room.
MISS RUTH H. JONES-Secretary.
JOHN J. SEAVERS-Bookkeeper.
VV. B. KNOKEY, Principal.
ARGLIS 0 1916
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In closing the school year of 1936, I Wish to extend
my sincere appreciation to those members of the
Student Body who have cooperated with me, making
possible one of the most successful years Tulare High
School has ever witnessed.
Wlhen the time comes to hand the gavel to the Pres-
ident-elect I can only wish him the same cooperation
that I have received both from the students and from
CARL VOGT, S. B. President.
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ARGUS ' 19 6
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l"luJN'l' Row-Vharlie Knokey, Erma MeEueu, Carl Vogt, Ellen Louise Mitchell, Xvalter
SICVUND ILUW-Iflclwa.rd Uird, John Sturgeon, tleorpre Fowler, Art Barlow, Barney Loomer,
'Plllltln HOW-Mr. Knokey, Ronald lirown, Wendell Rattan, Kleth Munger, Russell Henry,
The Student Council prides itself this year in accomplishing many things
that had material effect upon the Student Body organization.
During the first semester several meetings were spent in organizing a
student hody court and drawing' up a plan for hand letters. Both questions
were put to a vote of the student llody and were passed, making them a
part of our constitution.
A nine-piece school dance hand was organized hy members of the
council. During the school year it has progressed to the position of one
of the hest hands in the county. Music at the several Student Body dances
was furnished hy this organization.
,413 14 'l'he council decided that the old system of Student
'lx 'B llody Tickets was a failure and at the start of the second
5- semester introduced an entirely new type of ticket. This
X ticket sold for only 25 cents and entitled the hearer to
' Student liodv privileges. VVithout a ticket a student was
I 'fr AX excluded from most functions of the student body.
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Greatly handicapped by the lack of sufficient room to hold a meeting of
the whole group, the Girls' Student League Cabinet met once a week, worked
hard all year long and turned out a successful job of everything they under-
took to do.
Mrs. 'Wilder is the adviser of the group, Margaret Harper, President?
lillen Louise Mitchell, Vice Presidentg Anna Mitchell, Secretary, and Dor-
othy Chisllolm, Treasurer. Two other departments under the Student League
head are the VVelfare and Social departments. Nadine Place is the VVelfare
Chairman, and Miriam lQevin the Social Chairman. lirma Mcliuen, Com-
missioner of Girls' Activities, concludes the cabinet.
'I'o get all the girls acquainted with the Girls' Student League. a 1rl'CSll-
man party was held on the Athletic lfield.
Under the Welfare Department comes the following activities: Sending
flowers to the sick membersg sending cards and notes to
funerals, distributing clothing and groceries during the 5 0
Christmas season, collecting and dispensing clothing, find- ' wrt M
ing work for needy girlsg furnishing material for sewing p classes to the girls who could not afford to buy cloth, and ,il
helping girls to meet Commencement expenses. ,- J'
Under the Social 'Department comes the money making U ! I,
ideas, and they were carried out during the year by holding xx
a Food Sale, concessions at the Annual Auto Show, put- -
ting on the Backward Dance in the Gym, and the Annual
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Art Barlow, Ld Bird Velma Moore Arends, Esther
Peterson L Harper, Mr. Jones.
"I am the editor-in-chief of the largest annual in the history
of Tulare Barlow.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed doing my part in making the annual of '36
a success."-Hazel Christensen.
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Because the students have showed such extreme interest in this book
by setting a new mark for sales, we have been able to publish one of the
finest yet."-Edward Bird.
"I-lecause I am interested i11 athletics, 'I have enjoyed writing the major-
ity of sports write-ups."-NVelma Moore.
"1 appreciate the cooperation of the 'lfulare merchants i11 making this
Argus a success."-Bob Schultz.
"lt has been a pleasure to create the Indian character that appears a
number ol times in this annual,"-Albert Arends.
6. -6 "I havelenjoyed collecting jokes and choosing choice
X snaps of various students and placing them in this book for
.4 A your enjoyment."-Ester Peterson.
"It has been a pleasure to 1ne to do my part towards
by fx making this book a success by advising that part of the
'Y ' book that came through the Art Department."-Miss
I Emily Collins.
A lg' - "It has been very interesting to picture in this book
' x -" - the building changes that are taking place on our campus."
1, ,L -Margaret Harper.
ARGUS ' 1936
D. O. HOWARD
President of Tulare Union High School
Board, has served as a member of the board
for fourteen years. A leader in the move
for a beautiful, subs.antial building setup
that would serve the school and community
for years to come, rather than construction
of temporary structures that would not be
lasting. Now seeing some of the things for
which he fought being accomplished.
B. F. MCMURRY-Past President
Served as a member of the board for thir-
teen years, retiring from se1'vice last year.
Also in on the ground floor in the move to
provide Tulare with an adequate and beau-
tiful school plant.
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ARGLIS ' 1926
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Breaking away from an old tradition of one class election a year, the
senior class this year held two elections, one at the beginning of each semester.
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Ronald Brown President Edward Bird
Bill Stadelman Vice President Carl I-Ienard
jean Soults Secretary Velma Moore
Velma Moore Treasurer Mary Russell
COUNCIL MEMBERS FIRST SEMESTER: Bud Williaiiis, Betty
Hnsong, Mary Russell, Harold Smith, Helen Bailey, and Elizabeth Herd.
COUNCIL MEMBERS SECOND SEMESTER: Bob Gribi, Jack
VVynn, Alfred Valenzuela, Mary Andonian, and Rex Sweet.
Class rings were ordered this year by the majority of the class. The rings
have the "'l"' set in a blue stone as blue was the color established by this year's
class for the traditional senior color.
Early in the Spring the Seniors took charge of a basketball rally and all
seniors wore blue arm bands that day. Wild Nell was featured on the program.
Witli the beginning of the second semester and the appearance of the new
,fn Student Body cards, the senior class voted to back the new
HJ . .
gf tickets by every one buying one.
,p ,f The Senior Dance was held a week before the Senior
' Play, "The Cat and the Canary." For decorating the spa-
fo cions gym, cats a11d canaries were used. Several prizes were
Q , sf 1' given away including one for a prize dance. The play was
U given April 23.
f Toward the last of school the Seniors will plant their
numerals. After the auditorium is completed the numerals
--I -A-mf" w1ll be placed 111 the senior walk.
.:.,,.z.1f C 1.3. 1936
ARGUS 0 916
1 J I
JAMES B. .XI.lllCN+R1ulio
St-crctary-Treasurer 3 4,
Play 35, 36.
Hockey 34, 35, 36, llonor
Home Economics Club 3
i'yl't!Shl'l'1t'll Council 3311 ll.
Club ::i:, tn, zzn, 36,
U. Basketball and
MARY M, ANIJUNL-XN-l'.
Society 33, 34, 35, 36,
il, 34, 35, 36, Pres. 36,
A. A. 36.
Al.Hl4lR'l7 WM. ARICNIJS-ltadio Club 321, 34,
Camera Club 36, Argus f,'2l.l'UJOllS 36.
RAYMOND LUl'1l+l AZIGVIGDU-Radio Club IHS,
34, Ten Mile Relay 335 Football 35, 36, Golden
T Club 3 ,
5 T-Junior Play 35, Band
35, , .atm Club 34, Drama Night 36,
Cam ra. Club 36,
HEL ' BAILEY- Il ford Basketball Team 33,
34, , 3' Senio 1 I' " 36, G, A. A, Coun-
ci f - 35, 36, Senior
ART ' B LOXV Editor of Argus 36, Jun-
io .' , 5 3 , L u e-1 'ouncil 36, Camera
,J. Fa.1" - sf .
WA RPN 'ERNON BAXLEY-Auto Mechanics
Club 35, 36.
BETTY RUTH BERGMAN-Girl Reserves 33,
34, 36, May Fate 34, 55, All County Chorus 34,
35: Vocal Solo Class 34, Mixed Chorus 35.
FRANCES NADINIC BESSE-Suxaphone Band
33, 34, 35, Girls Reserve 36.
EVA MARIE BETTENCOURT-Home ECOUO-
mics 34, 35, 36.
ARJORIE ROSA BILIARD14G1ee Club 33, 34,
Home Economics Club 35, Latin. Club 36, Sen-
ior Forum 36, May Fete 34, 35, 36,
EDNVARD A. BIONDA--Baseball 35, 36, Basket-
ball 33, 34, 35, Golden T 36, Automotive Club
35, 36, Future Farmers 33, 34.
EDWArR'D,,B1RD-Senior Qlztsijfgesitleii St-30101111
' p!6l'gBL6 lifffi' tadeirf' Council
S E, 1 1 ,. Y .
33nXVar-VN hoop Staff 35.
ELVIRA VIRGINIA BONTADELLI-Home Eco-
nomics 35, 36.
ALFUNSO RICHARD lIUUKl+lR4'I'en Mile Relay
33, 34, Future l1'z1rn1t-rs Zlil, 214, 35, Vice, Pres.
36, Track 33, 34, 215, 216, Vross Country Team
34, 35, 36.
1.l'l'I'lZIA K. B0RZlWl'l0nor Society 34, 215, 363
Latin Club 33, Home liconomics 34, 315, Vico-
Prcs. 36, Senior Forum Iiii, May Fetc 254, 35.
RON.f BRUXVN-Stu t Council 36, A Class
b' ll -'V A - -1' '
f' . ., .C t 2' 'Q
lub 34, 35, 36, Vive
St'Yl1k'St01'Q Golden T
MARHARl+l'I' ll. l5UCliA1.XNfllon1u Llconolnivs
Club 35, 36.
EVFHEL BIYGG-Class Play 33.
DIARY JOSEPHINIC I3Lj1iKi1.'XIf'i'1.i,0l'i.Sl'Vi1ie
High 33, 34, 35, Latin Club 33, 34, 35: G. A.
ARGUS 0 1916
lSAl5l'Il. V. CAMICIIUN-ll. U. lS:1:4ketl.mll33,
34, 35, 365 Junior Play 353 Tlwiiiins 34, 35, 36,
Home Economics Club 36, Spanish.Club 33, 34.
MAllYl'Z'l'l'A CAM1'1il+1Ll.-Llii'l-Reserves 33, 34,
365 Spzuiish Club 345 May Fcte 34, 35, 36.
Al4ll'l'Z .LL CARIJUZA-Muy Feta 34, 35, 36,
Spanish Club 3-lg llomu lduonomivs 36.
ICLSIIQ ld. l'AltDUZAqMuy Feta- 3-l, 35, 365 Spaul-
isn Club 341 Home Economics 36,
JUHN P. CAHINIZA--Track 33, 34, 35, 365,13
Lelterme-n Club 35, 36: Interclnss Track 33, 34.
LAURA TEIIICSE CARKEl'IK4L', C. Buslietbzlll
Gunn- 34, 353 Junior Play 353 Christmas Play
36, Drzlnw. 365 May Festival 34, 35, 36.
Hi Zi-IL fl'l1RlST" 'PIN-A,l'l County Orchestra
" , Stanf d "gh Bztske ball 343
H ' onil f onor Soc-
i ty ' , Arg . 6.
IVAN C ARK-'Spanish Club 34: Basketball 33,
34, 369 Football 34, 36.
lli'IOlUll4I NYOODROXV COLLINS - Automotive
JUN C. COlllU'ZlA-Iiiterclztss Relay 33, 34.
LOUIE COSTA-Ten Mile Kuluy 33, 343 Truck
33, 34, 35, 30, Golden T Club 36.
MARY l'0S'l'A-Home 1'll'0ll0llll4'S Club 34, 361
May Few 35.
IGIJWARIJ ll. ClitIUKSPIANK-lflztss Council 33:
Junior l'lziy 35, All County Orchestra 35, La-
tin Club 35, 363 Senior Forum 36.
JACK R. DAMRON-Auto Meohauiics Club' 35, 36.
11l'1l.lG.N EIIIZAISETH IJANIIJLSON-Latin Club
33, 34, 35: Girl R+-serves 36: All-County Choruml
34: Drumutlcs 36, May Fete 36.
NORMAN ll. DAVIS-l4'noLbull 33, 34, 35, 36:
Guillen 'l' Club 35, 363 liuslietbzill 3-i, 35, 36:
liziscbull 34, 35, 363 Automotive Club 35, 36.
HAZIGL l,l'CILl.l'Z DODD-Home 'Mtronornics
Club 34, 35, 36, May Fate 34, 35, 36: Basket-
ball 365 Junior Tumbling Club 36.
Ml'IHl.lG GIGNIGVA DORIS--Girl Rvserves 365
May Festival 36: xvill'-XVIIUOIJ Stuff 36.
NINA JICAN lJUl'1ll,ASS-Girl livsm-i'vbs 35, 365
Wau'-Whoop Stuff 36,
SHIRLEY EVANS-North Cziroliim 33, 351 Girl
Reserves 34, 36: Glee 34, 365 Senior Forum 36.
GPIURQIIC L. I-'UXVl.lGR-'I'i':u'lc 33, 34, 351, 365
lfootlmll 33, 34, 35, Captain 363 l'ommissioner
Boy':-1 Activities 36: Automotive Club 35, 365
B Luttermen Club 35, 36.
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ARGUS ' 1936
NELLE FONVLER-Girl Reserves 33, 35, 36:
Drama 36: Mixed Clhorus 33, 34, 35, 36: War-
W'ho0p Staff 35: May Fete 33, 34, 35, 36.
MARY JANE GARBER-War Whoop Staff 36:
Orchestra 34, 35, 36: Home Economics 34, 35,
H. L. GARNER-B Lettermen 35, 36: Hi Y 33,
36: Basketball 33, 34, 35.
GERALD G. GEIGER-C Basketball 34: Base-
ball 35, 36: Golden. T Club 36.
MARTHA GIRTON-Home Economics Club 36.
INIADELINE AUDRY GREAVER-I-Iome Econo-
mics Club 36: War-Whoop Staff 36: Glee Club
33, 34, 35: May Festival 33, 34, 35, 36.
BOB GRIBI-Class President 35: Golden T Club
36: B Lettermen Club 35: Student Council 35:
Spanish Club 33, 34.
MARVIN D, HAGGBERG-Auto Mechanics Club
34, 35, President 36: Radio Club 36: Track 35,
GLENN H. HAMILTON-Band 33, 34, 35, 36: La-
tin Club 33, 34, 35, 36: Tennis 35, 36: Sopho-
more Council 34.
MARGARET HARPER-Girl Reserves 33, 34, 35,
36, Pres. 35, Valley Vice Pres, 36: Girl Student
League Pres. 36: Argus Staff 36: Senior For-
um 36: Spanish Club 35.
CARL HENARD-Football 33, 34, 35, 36: Bas-
ketball 33, 34, 35, 36: Baseball 35, 36: Golden T
Club 35, 36: Junior Play 35.
ELIZABETH HERD-Class Sec. 33, Pres, 34,
Council 35, 36: Honor Society 33, 34, 35, 36:
All County Orchestra 34, 35, 36: G. S. L. Cabi-
net 35: Girl Reserve Cabinet 35,
N HOFIWMAN--Football 33, 34, 35, 36: Golden
T Club 35, 36: Basketball 33, 34, 35, 36: Base-
ball 35, 36: Track 33, 34, 35, 36.
MARY JANE HULMIGS-Mixed Chorus 36: Cam-
era Club 36.
DON 0. HCWVARD-Latin Club 33. 342 Band 33,
34: Orchestra 35: Track 35, 36: Golden T Club
BICTTY HllSHNll--Girl Reserves 33: Homc lico-
nomirs Club 35, 36: Mixed Chorus 33, 34, 35.
36: Class Council 34, 35, 36: Dramatics Club
1811411113141 FRANCIC. JA IGS 1' Reserves 33,
35, 36: ' -rl a High School: May
Pete 35, : . C. Ba etball 36: Hockey 35,
ALBERT A. JOHNSON-
RUBERTEEN KEITHLEY-Spanish Club 33, 35:
Freshmen Class President 33: Girl Reserve 36:
Senior Forum 36: Xllar-Whoop Staff 36,
LAVVRENCE KENNEDY-Golden T 36: Radio
Club 36: Football 33, 34, 35, 36: Covina. High
School 33, 34: Strathmore High School 35.
CHARLES KNOKEY-Student Rody Treasurer
36: Golden 'I' Club 36: Tennis 35, 36: Basket
ball 33, 34: Band 33, 34, 35, 36.
ARGUS 0 1916
DUNA lil? KNOl'l."--
l.ll,l.lAN KOONTZ-Girl lie-.serves 33, May Feta
34, 35, 36: llume I'Il-unonmics Club 36.
JESS LANl'AS'l'ElL--Aulomotive 36: Basketball
34, 35, 361 Band 36: Council 33, 34.
lll'Il,l'IN l,Ul'lSl'I LARIMlil!-Slnallisli Club 343
l'zune-ra Club 36: May lfete 34, 35.
FRANK LZ. LERDA-Automotive Club 34, 35, 365
Carpentry Club 36.
MIHIAN Ll'1V1N-Home Economic Club 33, 34,
Cheer heazler 35, 363 Tennis 33, Team 34, 35,
Tennis .WillHlE'l'l' 36, Girls' Students Loaguu
Ualrinm-t 36, ll. C, Team 34, 35, Captain 365
Vivo I'1'e-s. Class 34.
'l'l'Jl.ZA l,l'IVlN-llolne l':l'0IlUl'llil'S 33, 34, 36.
lloulu-y Team 35, 36, U .C. Basketball Team
35, 36, Band 34, Senior Tumbling 36.
MAXINIC IAJSEY-Bancl 34, 35: Home Economics
Club 35: Girl Reserves 363 Hockey 353 May
Mll.lDRl'1lJ MARIE MACK-Suplioinore Council
34, Spanish Club 34, NNHI'-xvhlilllj Staff 369
May lfele 34, 35, 361 Camera Club 36.
VIRGINIA I", MAIITIN-Latin Club 34, 365 La-
tin Club Sevretury 35, Chairman of Nut Cup
Uonnnittoe for Jr.-Sr. Reception 35.
AIILIPREU Ml'ZUARIS-Latin Club 33, Spanish
Club 34, 35, May Felt: 33, 34, 35.
l'Il'llllA1M 'l'. Ml'1Nl1lAS--Cross Country Team
35, 11133 Golden T Club 361 Radio Club 3-lg
'l'ravk 33, 34, 35, 365 Auto MOL'll2lllil'S Club 36.
l'Il.l.l'IN l.Ul'lSl'I MITCIll'Il.l,-Secretary Student
lloaly 363 Curnniissimu-r of Girls' Athletics 353
Vive l'res. lilrls' Student lleayque 365 Junior
I'lay 35: Tennis 34.
l+IVlGl.YN MUDIJICRNMAN-llirl Reserve 33, Home
lic-onomivs 34, 35, 36: Home lCvrmon1ics Coun
vil 36, Tennis 35: Hovkey 35,
ltAlAl'll MUNIUHG-Honor Society 33, 34, Bas 1
ball 33, 3-lg Basketball 33. 34.
ltIl'llARIl C. MUNTKIUMIGILY-Yell Leader 355
Hand 35, Junior Play 351 War-NVhoop 353
Archery Club 36.
VICLMA Muulilfl-Treasurer Seniur Class, Asst.
Mflitoi' Argus 363 Sevretary CilI'l"IPl'll Club 36:
0 'l'llllIl Moss-
lm-key Sportsniauairer 36: California Basket-
ball Team 33, 34, 35, 36.
MAX Ml'l,l.l'1R-Hausa-ball 33.
l'.X'l' ll, Ml'Rl'llY'-Glee Club 33, 34, 35, Senior
lforum 36: All County Orchestra 363 Radio
Club 33, 34, 35, 36: Dramatics 36.
ICRMA l.0l'lSl'I Mr'lClTICN-Sec-retary Class 352
hinflsny High 33: Stanforml-ll. U, 35, 363 Cmn-
lIllSNl0lIl'l' Girls' .Xvlivitil-s 36: llirls' Student
11-auth: Ualviln-t 36.
anion Clfmu 1936
enloz Cfaaa X936
ARGUS 0 1936
HELEN NAGATA-Home Economics Club 35,
36: Tennis 35, Hockey 35.
GERALDINE LOVELLA NAGEL-Stanford Bas-
ketball Team 34, 353 Class Yell Leader 33, 34,
355 War-Whoop Staff 365 Drama 36, Christ-
mas Play 36.
DORIS MAE OLSON-Senior Tumbling 34, 36:
Home Economics Club 345 Dramatics 355 Girl
Reserve 36, All County Chorus 36.
ASHLEY S, ORR-"Charm" Junior Flay 35,
Drama "Wits End" 353 Senior Forum 36, VVar-
VVhoop Staff 365 "Cat and Canary" 36.
ALICE PALMER-Girls' Glee 33, Freshnlan,
Sophomore Sextet 339 Mixed Chorus 34,
NADLNE ELIZABETH., lJL13glEk-Sztxuphone Baud
33, 34, Home Economics lub 355 Girl Reserve
36, G, S. L. Cabinet 36, Hockey 35.
HELEN LORENE PLUMMER-Band 35, 365 Girl
Reserve 36, War-W'hoop Staff 365 Drama
Night 365 May Fete 34, 36.
DOROTHY L. POLSON-Tennis 34, Czunera Club
36: Senior Forum 36, Spanish Club 35, May
Fete 34, 35.
DOROTEHA MAE HANDLE-Brownfield Hi 33,
34, 353 Girl Reserves 363 Debating 363 Dramat-
ics 36: May Fete 36.
TOMMY RENST OM-
C0 ET ' B' rl 34 5 36: Camera
11 " S ' , -NVhoup Staff
DAVID M. RICKAWS-Auto Mechanics Club
365 Orchestra. 33, 34, 353 Glee 36.
DELBERT A. RISING-Baseball 35, 36, Auto-
motive Club 35, 36.
MILDRED LOUISE RISING-Home Economics
33, 34, Camera Club 36, Bas etball 33' ay
Fete 34, 353 VVar-Whoop 36
WALT ROBERTSON dent Body
365 Vice Pres. Aumechanics ub 363 Auto
Mechanics Club 35, 363 Band 33, 34, 355 Orch-
estra 33, 34, 35, 36.
LEO E. ROGERS-Baseball 35, 369 Football 36,
Future Farmers 34, 35, 36, Automotive Club
35, 36, Golden T Club 36.
LORRAINE MARIE ROLFI-U, C. Hockey Team
35, Home Economics Club 33, 35: Latin Club
36, Spanish Club 349 Senior Forum 36.
GLADYS ANNE ROSE-Home Economics Club
33, 34, 35, 365 Historian Home Economics Club
35g Treasurer Home Economics Club 365 Jun-
ior Play 35: Tennis Team 34, 35, 36.
HERMAN RUIZ-Football 34, 355 Band 34, 35,
365 Baseball 35, 36: Golden T Club 35, 36, Auto
Mechanics Club 36.
MARJORIE RUMMERFIELD-Home Economics
Club 36: May Fete 34, 35,
MARY RAMONA RUSSELL--Junior Play 345
Senior Tumbling 34, 35, 365 Senior and Sopho-
more Councils 36, 34, Stanford Basketball
Team 33, 34, 35, 36, School Yell Leader 36.
BARLOWV SARKISIAN-Basketball 33, 34: Track
34, 35, 36: Lettermen Club 36: Spanish Club
34, Auto Mechanics Club 36.
ARGUS 0 1926
l'1'l"l'A ll. SIGITZ-Girls' Clue Club 33, 3-1: Mixed
Chorus 35, 36.
MARY SILVEIILA-Secretary Spanish Club 34:
Sophomore Debating Teum 34, War-Whoop
Staff 35, May Fete 34, 35g Home Economics
l.Ul'lSl'1 SLAUGll'l'l4Ili-Honor Society 36, Saxa-
plione Ulllld 33, 34: Orchestra 33, 34: May Fete
lCUlil'lN1'I SMl'l'H-Band 33, 34, 35, 36: Radio 34,
35, 36: Tennis 35, 36.
'livin 1 cicxikwggjl-if class Lemuel-nlen 1:51
0' I ' Football 35, '6.
HARD E. S I l-- onor ' ety 33: Lutii:
Clu '5 "', S 'or ogdei : Senior Forum
l,'AlTl.1NE SMITH-Girl Reserve 33, 34, 35, 36:
Senior Tumblers 34, 35: G. A. A. 36: Tennis
36: May Fete 34, 35, 36.
LAWNIE RAY SNIDER--F. F. A. 33, 34, 35:
Band Twlrling Drum Major 34, 35: Band 33,
34, 35, 36.
Vl+ll.MA LUUISE SNIDER-Home Economics
Club 33, 34, 35: May Fete 33, 34, 35, 36: Cam-
eru. Club 36: U. C. Basketball Team 33, 34:
Junior Tumblers Club 33, 34.
JIQAN SOIKLTS--Class Council 34, Secretary 36,
'lreusurer 35: Honor Society 33, 34, 35, 36:
Girls' Student League Cabinet 35a Girls' Re-
serve 33, 34, 35, 36: May"Fete 33, 34, 35, 36.
HICLEN 'Ol AA Senior umbllng 34, 35, 36:
Sta s tbal Te m 33 4 3 36: G. A.
A. 'Fi' u , o 6: Girls'
liesel e Club 33, 35, .
mics 35, 36: Tennis 35: Tumbling 34: May Fes-
SPEAK-Spanish Club 34 Home Econo-
WILLIAM NY, STADELMAN-Track 33, 34, 35,
36: lmskotliall 33, 34, 35, 36: Golden T Club 33,
34, 35, 36: Vice. Pres, Class 36.
R.Il'l'll STAlJlfIl.MAN-Spanish Club 34: Girl Re-
serves 36: May Fete 35, 36: Xvur-Whoop Staff
IVUR EINVARIJ STITBBS-Radio Club 34, 35,
36: Treasurer Radio Club 36: Vice President
Radio Club 34,
l4'ltANl'l'IS l.UI'lSlfI STITRGIGIVN--Spanish Club
33, 34: Latin Club 35, 36: Orchestra 33, 34.
.Xll'l'lllllt INHVIC SXVANSON-Basketball 34, 35,
36: Spanish Club 34: Automotive Club 36: Cal'-
pr-ntry Club 36.
RICK ld. SVVEIGT--Juxiior Play 35: County Orch-
estra 34, 35, 36: Orchestra 33, 34, 35, 36: Drama
Night 36: Archery Club 36.
.Xl.I4lGli'I' WILLIAM TURNICR - Automotive
Club IH, 35: lmseliull 34, 35.
tllinluili lilGN'I'UN THRASHIGH.-ltnmlin Club 34:
Vive l're-sldl-lit Radio Club 35, 365 Senior
l'llAlil,lGS Tl-10MVSON-Basketball 335 Football
33: Future Farmer Club 33: Secretary Future
l":irnii-rs 34, 35: Autnmevhnnirs 35, 36.
.lHSI'Zl'lllNl'I U'NlCAlr-Anzulawko High School,
Anadurko, Ukla., 33, 34, 35: Wal'-Whoop Staff
min Cfaaa X936
ARGUS 0 1936
INIILDRED AILEEN UTTl:IR--Drama.tiCs 353 All
County Chorus 33, 345 Girls' ee Club 33, ,
355 Girl Reserve 345 Home E ics Club 33.
ALFRED V LEN ' ' tball 33, 34, 35,
3 5 Trac 3 B 'ass Lettermen Club 35:
Go b 65 Auto Mechanics Club 35, 36.
MA It A. VINS N - Football 325 Baseball 355
T1-ack 33, 34. ,
, r n. , 1 36' Basketball 33 36' Track
, , 5 1 en T Club 35, 36.
ALT!-IEA KA HRYN VOSBURG-Latin Club 33,
345 Girl Reserves 35, 365 Spanish Club 355 May
Fete 33, 345 Band 35, 36.
RAYMOND JOSEPH VOSSLER-Freshman Play
325 Track 32, 34, 35, 365 Secretary Golden T
Club 365 Automotive Club 345 Football 33, 36.
CA L, ,GTftudent Body President 365
.QQQ I 36 ' ' '
KATHRYN MARIE WALLACE-Stanford Bas-
ketball Tearn 33, 34, 355 G. A. A. Council 365
Girl Reserves 34, Vice Pres. 35, Song Leader
365 Honor Societye 34, 35, 365 Junior Play
DOROTHY VVATKINS-Camera Club 365 Senior
Forum 365 Stanford Basketball Team 365 May
Fete 34, 35.
URSULA WATROUS--Girl 'Reserves 33, 34, 35,
365 Band 33, 34,' 355 Tumbling Club 33, 34, 35,
365 G. A, A. 365, All County B 11 34.
MARV ' . '. XVI ' AM ' ' , res.
345 5 Basketball 35:
gl oop Staf 6, councii 36.
JAC ' ILLOUGHBY-Council Member 335 La-
tin Club 335 Saxaphone Band 33, 345 Senior
Forum 365 War-Whoop Staff 36.
TED VVOOLEY-Radio Club 34, 35, 365 Automo-
tive Club 35.
JACK WYNN-Track 33, 34, 35, 365 Basketball
33, 345 Yell Leader 355 Senior Council 36: "Cat
and Canary" 36.
PETE ZUIDERWEG-Automotive Club 34, 355
SARALEE ZUMWALT-Class Council 33, 34, 355
U. C. Team 34, 355 Girl Reserves 33, 34, 365
Lati lub 355 G. A. A. 35, 36.
BOB TAGGART-Council 33, 365 Debating 34, 35,
365 Honor Society 35, 36.
GENEVIEVE ROSAMOND VERING-Home Eco-
nomics Club 365 May Fete 34, 35,
DAVID DUBOSE-Glee Club 35, 36.
WALTER KIRKER-Automotive Club, 34, 35,
MAURINE TRICE-Dinuba High 355 County
CORD UPTEGROVE-Track 35, 365 Camera
Club 35, 36,
ANNA MARIE MARGOTTL-
LEROY MILLER-Auto Club 36.
AXEL MAGNUSON - Football 345 B Lettermen
Club 35, 36.
ARGUS 0 1916
l,lGI"'l' T0 HlGll'T-ll,azel Christensen, Margaret Htirper, Ashley Orr, Ellen Louise Mitchell,
lmrluw Sarkusinn, Nadine Plaee, Jack Wynn, Jack XVill0ughby and George Babcock.
The Seniur class, uncler the clireetiun of Misg Luis 'l'lmn1psun, presented
the mystery thriller, The Cat Anal the Czuizwy. at the Tulare Theatre on
Thursflay, April 23. The east succeeded in thrilling' the packed house to such
:ln extent that the play was plaeerl as one of the best presented in Tulare
High Seliuol liistory.
The east oft'll2ll':lCle1's inelnclefl:
Ruger Crosby--Rex Sweet.
"Mainmy" .l?lez1sant-Nadine Place.
.llzirry Blythe-Jag: Vifilloughby.
Susan Sillshy-Hazel Christensen.
Cieely Young-Margaret Harper.
Charles VVilder-Ashley Orr.
Paul jones-jack Wyiiii.
J ."Xll1l?llJCllC XfVest-lillen Louise Mitchell.
K llenclrieks-Barlow Sarkisian.
K The play centered :irouncl the inheritance of a large
We furtnne :intl the insanity uf t'lizn'les, plniyecl by Ashley Orr,
I which lezuls tu niurmler. The rmnzintie touch was :uldefl hy
,jj lillen Louise Mitchell as Annzilmelle, and Jack NVynn as
A, - Paul.
ARGUS 0 1916
Qllflfle ZTCAEJ Un
,.-75,3 Chief liatckeeper f lscar ll'itzelbitz of the llappy Hunt-
S ing Ground awoke with a start from his long slumber as the
toni-tom, announcing a runner, started its deafening roar.
"Ugh." said Chief Oscar. "Heap pretty much commotion.
Mcbbe come bio' shi uncut."
E 1 YN 'lf As the bronzed runner sped into the clear far ahead of
egg . . . M A 1
" 'ies ff a screaming mob he yelled to Llncf. Hey, Osc. better slam
those gates. They look pretty tough."
gf! . Not to be outwitted, and renicmbering the training of
J 'A' -a,-..v-f his Indian ancestors, Oscar obeyed, swinging the rusty iron
gates together just after the runner and just in front of the mob.
Hllllllllf, he said, "Where you kCtCllllIl1?H
The runner, who lay panting on the golden streets, gasped between
breaths, "I was in Tulare. I walked around a beautiful building that had
been completed in 1936 and called a high school. This gang was busy trying
to figure out how to get something for nothing. I told them I knew a Way.
They chased me here to the Happy Hunting Ground."
Chief eyed the mob, then, scratching his head. raised his hand and issued
this ultimatum: "Me, Chief Oscar Llewellyn VVitzelbitz, se , fs,
Chief Gatekeeper of the Happy Hunting Ground. me look- - + 5 'f 5
um over. Me like, he stayg me no like, he go other place." X
Witli these few words chief started to open the gate. -
There was a mad scramble as Carl Vogt, Red- Davis, Don
Hoffman, Carl Henard, Freddie Valenzuela. Punk Fowler,
Ivan Clark and Swede Swanson, trampled classmates under
foot in a mad scramble to get there first.
"U0fh,,' said chief, "Look pretty tough. Maybe no good. X. 12 ,
VVhat yimur name P" ' ' ' 'H-L-ily'-"
,fl t J
"Carl Vogt? Naw. too much girl."
Red Davis? Not enough girl."
"Don Hoffman and Carl I-Ienard? "All play, no work."
Freddy Valenzuela? No come to scho01'much."
"Punk Fowler? Heap big noise."
"Potsy Clark? No work, no play, no nothing."
"Swede Swanson? I.ike too many girl. bah!"
"Me no like none. Take to other placefl .
As this group silently walked away there was heard the
stirring music of a light spring dance and 10 nattily attired
individuals tripped lightly into view dancing a simple little
. flower song. Each wore a dainty little flower in his but-
'Z "Chief," said Ashley Orr. the spokesman. "I represent
the flower boys. VVe hear of flower girls, but we demand
our just rights, equal rights. I have with me here 18 flow-
N X . . . , .
R ' ,f - . ers of vouth who wish to entertain vou with The Dance
I 'Zh I f 2. Y - 1
S- in-s---... .. of the Rosebuds' before you make your decision."
At a gesture from Orr, the chorus, consisting of
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gg f ,Iackie Nvilloughby. ilimmiw. Allen, ,-Xllie Arends, liddie Bird,
lc 1, . .F Q lilddie Crookshanks, Glennie Hamilton, ,lessie Lancaster,
' W, J, A Ralphie Monroe. llavie Rickards, Genie Smith, Sissie Smith,
. 4: Lawnie Snider. Bobby Taggart. Charlie 'l'hompson, Buddy
' -5 XVilIiarns, jackie XVynn, Barlow Sarkasian and Pattie
,pq 'i Murphy danced out into file and sang a swinging little mel-
J If ody honoring the Chief.
' A "VVhoops." shouted the Chief, "Bring 'ein in. Make
1 J heap good targets to shoot at when all other deers are
-ALM J., gone."
Next in line came a quiet, serious looking group, about 20 in number,
each carrying a huge armful of books.
"NVhat big idea?" queried Chief.
"We are the honor students," they sighed in unison.
"Ubi Still fall for old gag, huh!!" said Chief. "Let me give you big
"The more you learn, the more you know.
The more you know, the more you forget.
The more you forget, the less you know.
So why study P" ,
XYith an amazed cry, they threw their books in one pile
and rushed inside the gates while the Chief was busy bow- " r
ing to the applause of the multitude on his speech. As they
p-assed in the recorder entered: Elizabeth Herd. jean
Soults, Mary Andonian. Letizia Borzi, George Babcock, . .L
Alice Cardoza, Hazel Christensen, Helen Danielson, Mar- L " .,f,. 'I'
garet Harper, Anna Mitchell. Evelyn Modderman. Nadine K 1 Q W
Place. Dorothy l'olson, Lorraine Rolfi, Louise Slaughter. V
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lxuth btadleman, Rex Sweet, lxathryn VVallace. Saralee J ,L My
Zumwalt, Betty llusong. '
.Ks they finished entry into the llappy llunting llround the Chief was
heard to start mumbling under his breath, "There is no flower without thorn.
XII guucl things must come to end. Must takum bitter with sweet." In the
midst of this up came llelen Bailey. Laura Carkeek, Shirley Ann Evans,
Nell Fowler, lirma Mcliuen. llelen Nagata. Dorothea Randle, Mary Russell,
Gladys Rose. llelen Souza. Mildred Utter, Althea Vosburg, .losephine Burk-
hart, Merle ilaynes, jerry Nagel, lylildred Rising and Doris Olson, ,liaqh was
complacently enjoying a stick of gum and they greeted the Chief as follows:
"llowr'ye Chieftie old boy, old boy l"
The Chief shuddered: "'l'akum away!! No speak linglish ll Me here for
rest and quiet ! l."
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Several couples swung into view, holding hands and
swinging along merrily. Chief swelled up, took in a big
breath. threw his hands high in the air and shouted:
'f emu' "Listen, Me tell big truth. lt is much better to have loved
J fy! ,1.7- C ,A Y and lost-yea, much better!l" The couples stopped in their
N tracks. unhanded each other, stuck their noses high in the
1 ' f air and marched in through the gates. As they passed they
Nyi 'UB were identified as: Yance .Xsay and Betty Bergman: Ray-
mond .Xzavedo and Frances Besseg Marjorie Biliardi and
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Walter Kirkerg Charles Knokey and Mildred Medaris, El-
" , " vira Bontadelli and Bob Gribi, Albert johnson and Margar-
- ' ' 'C et Buckman, Don Howard and Lillian Koontz, Merle Dor-
ris and Donald Knopf: Con Retherford and Nina .lean
' Douglas, George Thrasher and Madeline Greaverg Max
Mullen and Martha Girtong Mary jane Garber and Arthur
Next there appeared a mixed chorus which came skip-
41 ping through the gate singing, "We're Gonna Get Some-
-.-M-- -f-- thing for Nothing," or some thing. Maryetta Campbell was
out in front leading the chorus which consisted of Eva Bettencourt, Edward
Bionda, Alfonso Booker, Ethel Bugg. Isabel Cameron, Elsie Cardozaf John
Cardoza, Mary Costa, Marvin Haggberg, Helen Larimer, Frank Lerda, Mi-
riam Levin, Telza Levin, Maxine Losey, Virginia Martin, Ephriam Mendias,
Alice Palmer, Balmira Pereira, Helen Plummer, Delbert Rising, NValt Robert-
son, Leo Rogers, Herman Ruiz, Marjorie Rummerfield, Etta Seitz, Mary Sil-
veira and Pauline Smith.
A very dark expression came over the face of Oscar Wfitzelbitz, g'Ugh!"
Walt Robertson, Leo Rogers and Frank Lerda stepped out from the group
and did a foolish little dance and song. .
"Ugh! Me no like attitude much! Big bunch loafers, chiselers, gold-dig-
gers. Take away much quick! Such specimens I never be- fr y
fore see, mucha no good. Ugh, now all quiet I go snooze." . '
The peace of the Happy Hunting Ground was broken
only by the gentle snores from Oscar Witzelbitz until there , -
was heard in the distance such a discord on the piece "El ,
Capitan" as would make the composer quake in his shoes, 1-
and there appeared something that resembled a band. As
it drew closer it looked less and less like the object. ,
Raymond Vossler in front, followed by Velma Snider, IA '
Oleva Speak, Ivor Stubbs, Frances Sturgeon, Mack Vinson, -I f--'--
Ursula Watrous, Ted Wooley, Dorothy VVatkins, Pete Zuiderweg, Frank
Babcock, George Collins, joe Correia, Louie Costa, David Dubose, Harold
Garner, Gerald Geiger, Fred Smith and Albert Turner. Lining up before
the sleeping form of the Chief they broke into another wild discord, which
brought Oscie out of his pleasant dreams and into his moccasin feet. Voss-
ler, as spokesman, stepped forward, "Chief Oscar VVitzelbitz of the Happy
llunting Ground, I take great pleasure in presenting this select group which
will play for your entertainment."
HS? HQ!! if C' DPQQSBJOJTTJCQ! Could I stooding them? No, Rats!"
With that Oscie grabbed his bow and several arrows and soon had
the entire mob dashing down the glade and out of sight. And Chief Oscar
Witzelbitz, Chief Gatekeeper of Happy Hunting
, ,,,, ,I Ground, relaxed once. more on the Greensward and
NL- L1 ' was soon once more m the happy realm of dreams.
, S fc- And that, my dear readers, is the fate of that
I noble body of Tulare'Redskins, the class of '36, of
" ,-: F which their school was: so proud and yet so happy
if ,Q' Y to see graduate.
ARGUS ' 1916
Anaux Q 1916
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Has served on the board for four years and
has had much to do with the formulation
and puttiri into action plans for the present
building program now under way. Replaced
Frank Pursell who had served for twelve
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FRONT ROW-Frank Stone, Anna Mitchell, Russell Henry, Ester Peterson, Bob Schultz.
SECOND HOVV'-Bill Vogt, Ruth Cederlind, Dorothy Cisolm, Patty Sullivan, Flora
Smith, Margaret J. Harris.
'l'llIRD HOW-Mr, Johnson, Bill Smith, Delbert Rush, Kenneth Kuney, Miss Conley.
The .lunior Class has this year gone through its activities with more than
the average spirit. The officers elected at the first of the year were retained
for the second semester with Russell Henry heading them as President.
The junior Class has been aptly represented in all phases of student
activities: football, basketball, track and debating. Juniors have added dis-
linction to the band, orchestra and school dance band.
The Junior Play, "Growing Pains," which was presented at the Central
Grammar School Auditorium on November 14 and 15, proved to be a huge
success from all angles.
sc . X , hx Plans are being completed for the big formal event of
Z 5 5 iv D the season, the junior-Senior Reception. The theme is to
'f, l .Q , be "Southern" with the plantation and all. The juniors are
f 1 Q working hard, and with the cooperation of their commit-
W' my tees and staffs it should be the outstanding social function
' of the year.
ARGUS ' 1926
FRONT ROW--Elizabeth Lowson, Odessa Finley, Annie Gladney, Bette XViIbur, Ruth
Ch2tll1lJ6l'S, Gertrude Van Houten, Einogene Ferrell, Helen Nzlgnvhi, Miyo Izumi.
SECOND ROW'-Louise Welch, Lena. Correira, Mildred Moore, Frances Sclinenhziir, Beulah
Butler, Dorothy Larimer, Frances Hohlbziugh, Rena Pedroncilli, Putty Sullivan, Kath-
ryn Crabtree, Sakaye Katsuki.
THIRD ROVV-George Clark, Paul Ruiz, Curley Smith, Hugh Johns, Fred Berry, Orris
Xvebb, Laura Price, Elizabeth Brown, Vivian Snider.
FOURTH ROW-Miss Conley, Ray Poston, Jesse Younfr, Glen Johnston, Russell llenry, Bob
Purtle, Frank Stone, Charles Kersey, Bob Schultz, Mrs. Vincent,
FRONT ROW-Mary Creador, Rose Vatline, Dora. Toledo, Ruth Ernst, Nelda Fisk, Grace
Morgan, Ava Burns, Ruth Cederlind. '
SECOND ROVV-4Mary Tristao, Doreen Stevenson, Edna Reed, Milrlrml Chambers, Juanita
Johnson, Anna Mitchell, Ester Peterson, Rosemary Purlier, Margaret L. Harris.
THIRD ROW-Vito Giotto, Edwin WVright, Charlie Fraser, Allen Harris, Ben Damron,
Henry Pool, Elmer Ray, Verna Burts.
FOURTH ROW-Henry' Uptegrove, Dean l-lurrzlh, Leslie Stocker, Bob Pinkerton, Eugene
Davidson, Bud Knokey, Bill Smith, Donald Smith.
FIFTH ROW-Elwood Rising, Johnny Mederos, Jim Swnll, Mr. Suiter, Bob Burnard,
Kenneth Kuney, Mr. Johnson.
ARGUS 0 1926
If'ltUN'I' IQHW--lfllm-uiioi' Hinds, Esther Archer, Margaret J. Harris, Dorothy Chisholm, Vera
Hrmvn, Mmlvlim- lfishor, Orpha Besse, Dorothy Foster,
Sl-MUNI: ROW'-Delia, Minoletti, Alice Crisp, Elsie Valine, Rosie Costa, Frances Cooper,
l"l'1llll'UH Nownmn, Vcurline Pugh, Mary Anne Speak, Elva. Corder.
'Flllltvli HUNV---l'1lrlon Uory, Alfred Knapp, David Kirk, Albert Silveiral, Barney Loomer,
Tom W4-slinort-lzincl, .liulc-n YVutte-rs, Juunitzt Throneberry,
lf'Hl'it'l'II HOW--Mr. Vnltridgo, Drexel Stewart, JCdXVi'lI'd Duttu, Luther licrgmztn, May-
nurd Slonu, Mr. Suiter.
I4'I:llN'l' liowiitiairio Rosso, Ricliurd Chr-disier, 1lL'l'll'l2lIl Cassidy, Ethel Mita Lour, lf'lor:i
Smith, Mzirlhzl f'lll"iNllllilS, Ruby Butlvr, Lita I'ric'e'.
SIGVUNII lullt'-Hill Vout, Mnrl Dodson, Hurry Ly,L:'holm, l'h-lbort ltush, lmnzilcl I,l'k'l'l'0,
Plural Nami:-I, Myrtle Arborn.
'Fllllill ltlJXV'--l.m'ruiiiv Postal, .Toss Hoffman, Rzlplmel Thi-oneberry, Marry Cohello, Mahi,-l
Uairilozu, Juni- Mziinisliizin, May IClliIl2Lg'll.
lf'Ulllt'I'll IUJXVQ-Mr. Whitv, Mairy lflllen Piper, Ardono Hrown, Grace NVilh0it, Goldie
Thrzlslu-r, Eileen 'vVilson, Jane Vossler, Miss Conley.
ARGUS ' 1916
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FRONT ROVV-Harold Trexnbley, Don Hillman, John Sturgeon, Frances lfindley.
SECOND ROW-Ann Ragan, Merle Couehman, Vernon Dearing, Alan Huttenberg.
THIRD ROVV-Mr. Jones, Jack Crabtree, Miss Ramelli.
The Sophomore class started its second year activities by electing 'lohn
Sturgeon, president: Murl Couchman. vice-presidentg Frances Finley. sec-
retaryg Harold Trembley. treasurerg yell leaders, Emma Lee Souza, Eddie
Martin and Bonnie Vogt.
For the second semester the officers elected were: President, john Stur-
geong vice-president, Don Hillman secretary. jack Crabtree: treasurer. Ver-
non Deering, and the same yell leaders.
To help promote school spirit during football and basketball season
the class made and sold pom-poms and megaphones.
Two members of the Sophomore class, Don llillman and lflmo Zum-
walt, were members of the debating team. Besides this many Sophomores
took part in all school sports and activities.
As a final project. the Sophomores have ordered their class rings
for next vear in order that thev mav have them at the beginning of the
next school term.
As a final project. the Sophomores have or- .
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dered their class rings for next year in order that
next school term.
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Ramelli. 4' N
ARGUS ' 1916
l"lcHN'l' IUJXVY-Ruylnond Martinez, Ray Severson, Knoll South, Arkie 1Uil1'g'OSillll, Jack
ltussvll, Ilxlnlii- Martin, Andie Andoniun.
SIGCUNII lltlw-Caroline Allan, Volda Monroe, Gladys Kennedy, Hazel llziggberir, Zcroldn
lfognl, Annif- 'l'hisswn, Vrystaill Roberts, Dollie Webb, Violet South, Evelyn Miller.
'l'llllLli linw---llnriioii Wliiti-, NVuril llulston, Jimmiu Cantwell, lllr. Loomer, George Ruvel,
All-1-lv 4'oiu-hinun, Finli-y Rohm-rls, Harold Morrison, Ann lingrnn.
I-'1nl'll'I'll li0WWfllill Chumley, Hedakichi Uchitri, Alfred Barrier. Nick Giotto, George
l'ool, .lorry Mifzillistor, Richard Dougrlzis, Carol Altaffor, Lotitizm Aronds, Dick Hesse.
l"ll4"l'lI IUPW--Mr, Jones, Tony Rocha, Bob liosotti, Tony Simoes, Ilarolml Sisson, JCPDIICUI
Arlmrn, Bill Vlfhile, John Vering, Elmer Maddox, John Handi, Johnnie Drake, Donald
Williams, Miss Collins.
If'l:HN'I' ROW-Alle-n I'll1llCI'llJt'I'3I, Bill liandli-, .lohn Slurgroii, Lyle Harimes, Hob Cranb-
Irm-, Hill l'ii'lc0r'im:, WValter Cottle.
Sl-1t'llNlb IUINY-Maury Lucio, llzlrli-ni: lfurry, Ellllllll ln-v Souza, liunnii- Voplt, Szulailio Izumi,
lh-lly lilimulvs, Iinlu l,'2llllNl'l'H, Ililzi Uhzise, Modonizi llzlwiis.
'Vlllltlr lUlWf4'l:iiw-mire Vailime, lfreida Ruviscioni, Elsie Simoos, Joy Ernst, ltzunonu
Si-vi-rson, Hzlrzili Henri-iii, Lnvilli- ltruvo, Gerzllsliim ,l-lyvr, Niirtlm Murdocl-1, Lorna VVil-
lf'Hlill'l'lI IUINY- Vfirnnn live-rim.:'. XV. K, 1,1-wis, .Tnhn llillu-rt, Hi-nrgu.lm1es, Mr. Slim-slvy,
Vlydi- Yi-lull-s, llillil- Imsl-y, Icllillll' Yzinvy, Lloyd Win-ul, llvfllllli lhvyi-r, .lim 'l'lmn1:1s.
l"ll"'l'll lUlXYg!llUIlillll tw-iiln-1', lfllmn Zumwzill, lmli- llillmziii, llzlrolil .lolinsnn, H!'I'lH'l'l
Svhloh, llwslu-1 Forln-s, -xngustino llossolu, Arnold linffu.
IlL1IN'I' RUNY-.laillws 1.1-omlrtl
IXUS ' 1916
IILUNT ROXY-Rolivrt Pulnier, Pearl l'srey. Marry Souza, Rosy N'ZIl'Q.ZilS, AlZll'j0I'll" Rocha,
Iiurylo Hifuer, Billie Jo Dawson,
SIGUUNII R0XV7l'1z1y1on Rising, Doris liixh-r, Gladys llzlthorp, Jr-zuiige Hartmen, Adeil
lkwironcm-lli, Marie Slzxyton, ldllzilm- XVoosley, lilezxnoi- Lo11p.:, Je-an Rav.
l"HllilJ RUNY-4'I:11iclvliowen, Vlf2ltl'll'Yll Hllf.lt'lllbUl'f.i', Ruth Losey, Dorothy Rush, lflskellv
lioln-S, Vil'g'llllil Bllllllll'ilik', Stellar l.errl:1, lh-.lrl Arlvllillllil, lrlzx Mzltloz-k, lmu .loam XVhiu-.
lUl'll'l'li H4JW-XVillougl1luy Slomlr, lillwrl llrown, .loam lim-rd, lk-tty xV2l.I'l'l'll, Melviml
Tomkins, Kathryn Harris, Floy Dare, Gelievieve Mulczlliy, Gcrtrufle Smith, Iva: llmlllick,
llF'l'lI ROV'-RUSS Rzimolli, Holi Sezivers, lion Cory, Holrlf-n l!romlPl's, Leon I'Irviil,u', Hill
Luton, George Miles, John Arkuliau, Hurlvu .llCll2tl'Cl, Harold Tremblr-y, Rialto Doug'-
las, Bob Funvher, Mr. Tanner.
XV4-i nk:1u1', Rivlmiwl Slilllilhtk-'l',
SICVUNIJ HUXV-lkyriliv lligflon,
Milmlrofl Ilalrris, l"l'1llll't'5 Wilson,
Illlllll li1lWfMz11'p:'zlrQt Szimpson, J
l"e-rlorlinrl, .loyvc Rk'2l1'llf1ll,
ml Hillman, liurllvn Finch, Douglas
I"ruiif'us Finley, I'Iz1rld:1 llerirh, Lois Lulu-r,
Xll'Xlilldt'l', Vll'Q'lIli2l 'l'I':lVs-rs.
Ruth lirudlvy, I.uc'iliv Swanson, lie-l'iii1'v
cr, Mary S1:el':'4-r, lla-lpliiliv XV4-sl.
I'a.ul Jones. liuzlene Buvknian, Louisv
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l lI"'l'll NNW - Imnivl .Ivnsvn Illini: .llmmy 'l':u-Iwll, Yvonne- lllm-il-r, llanzvl
llodcly, Armlis West, .UIQLIIQIIQ5 llevel, Graco ljilfllllg, Lillian l'iz:1rz, Dorothy lmvis,
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lf'lUvN'l' ROW-Opal Whaley, Dorothy eeney, Wendell Ragan, Kieth Munger, Rosamond
Fuller, Viririnla XVieks.
Sl'It'flNlJ ROW-Hill Pre-ston, lla , Jones, Harris Smith, Fruxices Harper, Ora Whaley,
Dale Knopf, l'h:u'lolLe- Mitchell.
'I'lllRlb RUW--Anita Whistler, .lohn Sullivan, Marie 11's-rl"elI, Irma Cl-derlind, Vernon Guest,
lion liic'l1:ll'1ls, lDoi'otl1ylJai'v.
FUURTII RQXV-JMX: Hell, 1llt'll1lI'd Mzlyberry, liieliard Smith, Dorothy XVallaee, Edith
Williams, Miss Prunty.
A few weeks after school started when the pains of Freshman initiation
had partly worn off, the Freshman class held its elections for officers and
announced the line-up as follows: Keith Munger, l'resident: VVendell
Kagan, Vice-l'residentg Rosamond Fuller, Secretary, and Opal XVhaley.
The Council had a theatre party at the end of the first semester, after
the Theatre, stopping' at the home of Hazel jones for refreshments and
'l'he point system. which was adopted in Tulare 'High School at the be-
ginning of the second semester, affected the Freshman class, and the council
underwent some changes. The officers for the sec-
ond semester were: Wfendell Ragan, Presidentg Bill
4 Preston. Vice-President, Dorothy Sweeney, Secre-
tary: Opal Whaley, Treasurer, and Virginia VVicks,
x Yell Leader.
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followed by a private class dance in the gym.
ARGLIS ' 1916
FRONT ROW-Evelyn Harris, Elaine Harris, Corrine Ray, Dorothy Dare, Avis Childers,
Rachel Stoner, Jaqueline Jones, Margaret Bnrnard, Betty Fancher.
SECOND ROW--Sarah Bennett, Laura Gastineau, Helen Grant, Edith XVilliams, Ruth Olson,
Bessie Royal, Beulah Girton, Grace Candle, Elsie Pearl Mctlrain, Mary Rossoti,
THIRD ROVV-.Toe Barrera, Elmer Martin, Ruth W'hite, Marcella Ickel, Dorothy XVa1lace,
Kathryn Hoyt, Irma Cederlind, Kathryn Ray, Richard Rickets, Roy Curry.
FOURTH ROVV-Diego Martinez, Donald Allen, Dale Knoph, Neal Hillman, Murray Wil-
son, Jess Lancaster, Henry Curry, John Stream, Clifford Coffer.
FIFTH ROYV-Miss Read, Charles Anderson, Frank Minoletti, Jimmy Ferascie, Kieth
Munger, Arthur Tait, Elmer Harter, Leonard Vinson, Mr. Smith.
FIRST ROVV--Mary Gladney, RuthfSChiver, Artie Evans, ltiildred Bowen, Virginia Swift,
Elizabeth Wilemon, Anne Zuiderweg, Annabelle Brown.
SECOND ROW-Ruby Dennis, Rosemary Castle, Marie Noia, Edith Roberts, Ruby Thrasher,
Opal Vinson, Nellie Contreras, Mildred B. Harris.
THIRD ROW-Mildred Callister, Jimmie Tingley, Oran VVatts, Bill Rumley, XVendull Ragan,
William Lancaster, John Costa, Vernon Guest, Ray Keck.
FOURTH ROVV-Guy Gibson, Junior Hunt, Howard Carroll. Bill Price, Ed Burner, Italo
Curti, Leroy Shepherd, Louis Mederns, Donald fiarnphell, Rubin Phillips.
FTFTI-I ROW--Miss Powell, Qlztiiies Blu-kley, Hula lwri'y, Ili'-iiairul Smith. IIon':ir4l Wills.
Vincent Brogan, Lloyd Martin, Xvarren Middleton, Ross White, Lee White, Mr. Olsen.
ARGUS ' 1936
I4'ltHN'l' ROW-Mzlrshzlll llllllllkllilll, Richard l"Lllg'lHll'll, Ralph XVzntlcins, Uurlus Ayn-s, John
Slzllivun. llmmlal l.e-vols, Stn:-y '1'hm'm-.
SIGVUNIJ HHW-Marjorie Guhdinn Kathleen Sharp, Anim Whisllvr, I-iosnnmnfl Fuller
.lam-llv Gisl, llvlvn l:2ll'li, ililfj' l'llI'lSUllilS, Jum- Yvunm- Moor:-, llorollly SN'l't'lll'y,
'Vlllllll I' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' 4 ' '
.UH fAl:1n11l- luslzl, t.uorg'1u111 Clam, Loral .lunv lie-rlulm, luulnw llvlsv, 1 lZll'RllllIllt'
Alslnn, llc-ssimf Hurts, Katie Savaxfin, lVI1Il'fJ.'ill'L'l liolfi, M:u'y,':x1'n-L liorlm, l'hvryl llvvlilllilll.
lf'HI'll'l'H RHW -lmlaisll lmrris, Edith Kirlu-r, Hazel llurris, Viviun Reynolds, Conniq
'l'orrvs, V4-rmle-l lfngrall, Elton Meek, llenricn l,t'4ll'lllll'l'lli. Curl Niolwvll. Swivlli Uvhilzl.
I4'll4"I'II IUINX'-Miss Fulton. Zen-luidzx lfogul. .Izwk Costa, livzln Swift, Ve-rxmn Lf-0 W4-lvll
.Iaunvs Sivklm-, llll'lllll'll .XIuyberx'y, l7Ol'l1llll Hll'll1ll'llS, Ifvllllvlll llt'llill'1l, Miss lfislu-.
Q Q ' gl! 1 l 2 1,2 l Ili-,5, ?ll..ll4i,L,gf1,
I"ll1IN'l' IIHWW .Xmw-liz: 'l'rist.w, I-Ilizzllwlh X't'l'lll,L2, llf-If-11 Mm-Ginnis. If:-rn .-Km-mls, Murin-
I-'frrrl-II, I.m'ruim- Wvlm, xYll'H'llllIl Wh-ks, Alivu I'hompson, Josie- Lreprlow.
SIGVUNII Il41Wf-l-Iv1-ynf-1'wI't'1-r. linlh Phillips, Arzlh Ihmlu-1', V1-lmn llzllluwvll, Hllllil
lf-lull-s, Wilma Ilmlvssun, ln.-z Nlmwslly, lxilllll'yll l,:1Nlu11I, lxalthryn l':lst1'n.
Illllllv IUNX l'l'2llI1'1'S llill'lN'l', linzvl June-S, Uyull Xlluzlvy, 4lUl'Il'llIll' N:lp:nt:1, Malxinv
.lulmsmh I-Idilh lilvssitvxg Virginia l'u1u-lmmn, tiorlrush- lmuglznss, l,2lllIl1ll'1l Marlin
Alzlry lfznrizn. Alul'L:':lVe-L Volsfm.
l"Ill'Il'l'll IMPXN'--Alzly l'nss:uly, 1'lm1'lnl1- Blilvln-ll, lil-ylmlml llisvom-r, lmyln- Johns, Roy
lllt'!IYl'l', Ilill 4'1'zlw1'ur1l, I-'rzllxk Alilllflllil, lI1ll'l'lS Smilh, Ilalynwml V:n1'g:lS, .lamws .Iona-S
l4'll"'l'II IUIWV- Miss .lllllllSUll, Inu-ltu Mills, Hill 1'1'cslun, .lvun Kellq-rllull, Ilzlruld Smith
llun L'Uli1lL'l', Mr. ML'Alill:u1.
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Clerk of the board for two years. Has been
in the middle of the actual completing of
plans and starting of work in building
DR. C. E. HARPER
Served nine years on the board, as clerk,
before retiring two years ago. He has seen
the building program have its inception as
merely a dream years ago, followed and
worked with the early plans, and into the
thick of the final planning.
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Maulolim- l"lNl'lL'l', lilllge-:le lluvidsun, Annu Alltellell, Utlr-wsu Fimlley, linger Kuolcey, limo-
H'4'llt' I":-rr:-II, Kenneth Kuney, l-'lurzl Smith, liUNt'llHll'j' l'zu'IiQ-r, Frank Stone, l-Elizabeth
Imwsnxl, lizwm-y lumme-l'. H-Atty xVlllllIl', lZ0lrSeI1ultz, Hob Purtle, Drexel Stewart, llllemr
liny, llvlllilll liutler, Ester l'Q'l0l'NUll, Russell Henry, lilvn l'0l'f.ll'l', Urphzl Hesse.
"1 lrowiug l,1llllS.n :ui hilarious cmnefly in three acts. rlczlliug with :1 group
nl' yuuilg' men :tml wmnen as they reach the zululeseent age. was presented
by the juuiur class cluriug November :ls the :mnual junior play at the Ceu-
trztl grzuunmr selmul.
'l'l1e play was written hy .xllfillllll lqULlX'L'l'1ll.
'l'he juvenile lezuls were taken hy Huh Schultz :mil lilizulwetli lmwswu
:ls the yoiiug' hrother :tml sister. 'l'l1e ulrler lezuls were tzlkeu hy listlier
llt'lL'l'SUIl zmcl Russell lleury as the futher zuicl mother.
Several frieucls ul thc 5-ming people Sl'lZlI'L'il in lllillilllg'
,EWU the mlm' zi rezll lzluffh hit. l'ruiu,iueut warts were taken luv:
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. 1 llurney lmtlmer, lxeueuth lxuuey. ltlmer Ray. lletty Wil-
,fa lmur. llniugeue lfzxrrell zulcl Urplizn Hesse. lluelzth lluller :ts
6 -' the mzticl :tml lflvzi Curcler as the mother of 21 ueighlmr
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FRONT ROW-Mary Ellen Piper, Velma Hallowell, Mary Jane Garber, Mildred Harris,
Mildred Callister, Elizabeth Herd, Mr. White.
SECOND ROW-Roger Nixon, Elizabeth Lowson, Rex Sweet, Rosamond Fuller, Don Hill-
man, Harold Trembley, VV'alter Robertson, Richard Hesse.
THIRD ROW-Pat Nowell, Margaret L. Harris, Helen Beck, Anna Mitchell, Kenneth
Kuney, Katherine Hultenberg, Patty Sullivan, Margaret J. Harris, Alan Huttenberg.
FOURTH ROW-Charles Fraser, Dorothy Chisholm, Birdie May Higdon, John West, James
Tackett, Bob Gribi, Gladys La.Thorpe, Jeanette Gist, Robert Seavers,
Aims, To Encourage:
Furnishing of good music for programs, to better themselves in
performance, and to assist the school, generally.
Roster Includes :
Advanced musicians from the Fourth period. Four of these are in
their fourth year of advanced orchestra.
Mr. White, instructor. Several students have conducted the group,
and Rex Sweet has taken charge of them for some programs.
Uses Its Time To:
Prepare for programs, practice on various types of
music. A few soloists have performed for the group.
Served Best In: ft.
Concert for Farm Bureau, music for junior and Sen-
ior Plays, Community Players, Auto Show, Drama , Esfzlx
Night, Annual Fashion Show, and a Concert for the 4'
Baptist Church. ,
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FRONT ROW-Paul Ruiz, Rosemary Parlier, Anita Whistler, Douglas Weinkauf, Bill
Pickering, Elmo Zumwalt, Jess Lancaster, Murray Wilson, Junior Forbes, Elizabeth
Lowson, Dorothy Davis, Althea Vosburg, Roger Nixon, Alice Thompson.
SECOND ROVV-Donald Preece, Nadine Place, Frances Bease, Frances Harper, Pat Nowell,
Kathryn Ray, llerman Ruiz, Jack Damaron, Lorraine Rolfi, Martha Christmas, Eldon
Cory. Bob Purtle, George Babcock, Lawnie Ray Snider, George Miles.
THIRD ROW-Bernice Loar, lrlmogfene Farrel, Helen Beck, Anna Mitchell, Bill Rumley,
Ben llamaron, Bob Pinkerton, James Leonard, Kenneth Kuney, Charley Knokey, Har-
old Johnson, Delbert Rush, Kathryn Hoyt, Rosamond Fuller, Mr, White.
FOITRTH ROW-Helen Plummer, Marjorie Willee, Opal WVhaley, Charlotte Mitchell, Robert
Mills, John Gilbert, Bob Schultz, Mary Christmas, June Moore, Barden Finch, Con
Rctherford, Eugene Smith.
FIFTH ROW-Jimmy Cantwell, Bob Gribi, Richard Mayberry, Don Cory, Donald Allen,
Frank Stone, Keith Munger, Glen Hamilton, Russell Henry, Richard Slaughter, Harris
Smith, Hazel Boddy, Ora Xvhaley, Roger Knokey.
Aims, To Encourage:
Striving for higher ideals in general musicianship, and to set new
standards for High School Bands in Tulare County.
The organization consists ol seventy-two musicians, all advanced
Governed By: P
Raymond Snider, George Miles, and lion Preece, marching drum
majors. Mr. VVlnte, Adviser.
Uses Its Time To:
1 r 5 Tl'Zllll for finer 1Jl'CC1SlOll and tonal quality lll playing,
3,1 and perfect its lllZl.l'Clllllg and appearance.
V 31 P Served Best In:
My Concerts at the Fresno County Fair, Tulare County
t Fair, 'l'ulare Count Teachers' Institute Annual
Ui, 4 1 U 1
, I, SQ K f.,OllllllCllCClllCllt lzxercises, Appearances at all foot-
YX' .QNX ball games, all home basketball games, and partici-
., . .
, 551 J. p9.t1Oll 1n All County Band. It paraded for the Han-
, , ' oifoa' ford Homecoming, V1SHlla Rodeo and Memorial
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I+- J-s Day.
, ARGUS ' 1926
01446 00144 C-A0t'CIfl.i
FRONT ROW-Nelle Fowler, Shirley Evans, Betty Husong, Odessa Findley, Annie Glad
nev Kathryn Wallace, 'Bette Wilbur, Ruth Chambers.
SECOND ROW-Etta Seitz, Helen Danielson, Joan Herd, Betty XVarren, Maida Howard
Esther Archer Mary Sperger, Orpha Besse.
THIRD ROVV-Mr., Erwin, Doris Olsen, Frances Hohlbaugh, Katherine Brass, Ruth
Losey, Frances Finley, Mary Jane Holmes, Dorothea Randle, Jane Vossler.
FOURTH ROVV'--Mildred Chambers, Andy Andonian, Don Cooper, Axel Magnuson, Lldon
Cory, Jess Lancaster, George Jones, David Dubose, Madeline Fisher.
Aims To Encourage:
To better itself in performance and understanding of vocal music
Roster Includes :
Members of two classes, Fifth period and a Home 'Room class that
meets twice a Week.
Mr. Erwin, instructor.
Uses Its Time To:
Better understanding music and prepare for programs.
Served Best In:
Thanksgiving programs at the Teachers' Institute
and the Methodist Church, Christmas at the Metho-
dist Church, the xYOll1Elll,S Club Birthday dinner
and program, a special program at the Central Gram-
mar School for the P. T.-A., Easter program at the
Baptist Church and in Pixley, at the County Music
Teachers, program at the Congregational Church,
and for Graduation and Baccalaureate.
ARGUS ' 916
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l1'lu1N'l' RUW-Al111'y S1Jt'l'3g'L'l', June Vussler, Fluy Dare, f,l'1lhRl. Hesse, Bette Wilbur, Avis
Nl-IVHNIJ llHXVAl.u11is1- IAIAIUIII, M:1I'Li:11w-t Rulfi, M111'g:z1u-t l':Ul'l12l, Vi1'g'i11i:L l'm1uc-hm1111, Iva
li4rldi4 lx lillllill 411111 Nl 111 I ll4 ll 111111
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Al1lll1lI'iHA'. .Ivy l'I1'v1sl, M13 1'1l'XYi1l.
Aims, To Encourage:
.XS IJCg'iIll1Cl'S, to lc:11'11 tu
lllHlCl'S12Lllll :111cl 1l1JIlI'CCiIltC music 211141 sing-
Sixth pcriml wv:1lcl:1ss.
Mr. .l':I'XX'1l1, w111rl1u'l111'.
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Uses Time To:
Study Sll1Ig'S. :111rl 1PI'ClJZll'iIlg' fm' lll'K1g'I'2llllS,
Served Best In:
I'rm1g1'z1111s fm' L'l11'ist111:1s at thc Nlcllwdist fl1l1I'Cl1,
,Y XVUIIIZIIIYS Club llpusc, lfuclllty Meeting' and Gruclu-
ARGUS 0 1926
Q. 61.01. CWC:
FRONT ROW-Mary Russell, Erma, MoEuen, Helen Bailey, Helen Souza.
SECOND ROW-Ann Ragan, Kathryn Wallace, Dorothy Chisholm, Genevieve Mulcahy.
THIRD ROW-'Miss Proudfoot, Miriam Levin, Velma Moore, Miss Fisk.
Aims To Encourage: '
Development of physical efficiency and interest in athletic activi-
Girls who possess the quality of good sportsmanship and who go
out for two after-school sports.
President, Erma McEueng Vice-President, Kathryn Wallace, Sec-
retary, Mary Russellg Treasurer, Helen Souza, Basketball Manager,
Helen Bailey, Hockey Manager, Velma Moore, Swimming Mana-
ger, Ann Ragang Tennis Manager, Miriam Levin, Hiking and Out-
door Cookery, Genevieve Mulcahyg Minor Sports, Dorothy Chis-
holmg Advisers, Miss Lucy Proudfoot and Aileen Fisk.
Uses Its Time To: A
Participate in activities. Take charge of all athletic 'N'
Served Best In: , if
Stanford-U. C. Game and banquet, Hockey game and E -
banquet. Annual G. A. A. Party.
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ARGLIS 0 1936
l+'ItUN'I' ROW--.Iaqueline Jones, Dorothy Sweeney, Kathleen Sharp, Virginia Wicks, June
Yvonne Moore, Kathryn Ray, '
Sl-IUUNIJ RUW-Mildred Uallisxcr, Marie Ferrell, Irma Cederlind, Avis Childers, Vivian
Reynolds, Corrine Ray.
THIRD RUW-Marvella Iekel, Vir,L:'inia Swift, Lorraine YVebb, Marjorie Willie, Alice
Thonipson, Josie Ureglow, Dorothy Dare, Edith Roberts.
l4'Ul'Ii'l'Il RHNV-Ura Whaley, Frances Harper, Charlotte Mitchell, Opal XVhaley, Elizabeth
Vvrinazg Ruth W'hite, Mildred IZ. Harris, Miss Fisk.
Aims To Encourage:
Development of leadership for the Girls' Athletic Association.
Any freshman girl interesterl in athletics.
Cheer Leader-Virginia lYicks.
Social Cl'lZl.il'lll11ll1-illllC Yvonne Moore.
Miss Aileen l"isk-Adviser.
IV3 Uses Its Time To:
Study qualities essential lu leaclersliip. Participate
't in varied activities.
fp Served Best In:
, Halloween lflarty, Backward Dance, Snow Outing,
Assisting and supporting G. A. A. Bicycle and Hike
ARGUS 0 1916
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l+'lliS'l' RUXV-llelen l,'llllll111Cl', Helen Watters, Mildred Moore, Ninn. Jean Douglas, Mary
Jam- Ljarlrer, Oleva. Speak, Telza Levin, ldlizabetli Herd.
SHCUNIJ liUVl'fGe1't1'ude Van 1-louten, lllildred Nlaek, Gerry Nagel, Mildred Rising, Mud-
eline Greaver, Merle Dorris, Ruth Stadleman, Mary Russell.
THIRD ROVV-George Thrasher, Bill Stadleman, Eugene Smith, Con Rethei-ford, Art
Barlow, Velma Moore, Carl Vogt, Helen Souza, Gladys Rose.
FUUli'I'Il HOW'-lVIi'. Jones, Norman Davis, James Allen, Ashley Orr, Rolmoituvn Kiothley,
Jack Willougllby, Bud XVilliums, Carl ,llL?1lLll'Ll, Don lloffnmn.
Aims To Encourage:
A better understanding of newspaper and newswriting. Create
school spirit through the school paper.
All members of the journalisni Class.
Editors, elected weekly by the class, Advertising Manager, Art Bar-
lowg Velma Moore and Pat Nowell.
Mr. Jones, Instructor. "3
Uses Its Time To: H,"
VVrite articles for the town paper. Publish the N-vw
weekly Reclskin lVar-Whoop. 'Y
Served Best In: 'QA
Publicity for all school affairs. Special editions of , f i
the Vliai'-Wlioop. X1 lx ,
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ARGLIS ' 1916
FIRST RUXY-Dun Hillman, Harney Lumner, ldlnm Zumwallt.
Sl-ICUNID ROVV-Miss Conley, lJm'othea Randle.
Instead of having a series of debates as was eustmnary in previous
years. this year's debating' teams participated in one tournament which was
held in Yisalia. january 25.
llinuha, Ilanford, Visalia. and '.l'ulare were represented there. 'l'he
tnpie was: "Resolved, That the several states should enact legislation pro-
viding' for a system of complete medical servieg availahle tn all citizens at
Tulare teams were: .Xi'ill'lllilLlYC. lldruthea Randle and Vernon Lounlerg
negative, lion Hillman and lihno Zumwalt.
I The results were:
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1' llantord. 4 out el 0411 llCClS10ll5.
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, lulare. 3 out of 6--10 llCC1510l1S.
0723 Dinuha. 3 out of 6- 9 decisions.
' in lloruthea Randle. Vernon l.uomer, lien llilhnan. and
-1. 1 lfhno Zumwalt will receive pins.
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ARGUS 0 19!6
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FIRSTROW-Grace Candle, liufl Zumwavlt, Merida Howard, Don Hillman, Elizabeth
Herd, Annabelle Brown.
SECOND ROW-Mary Andonian, Letizia Borzi, Edward Bird, Ester Peterson, Elizabeth
Lowson, Margaret J. Harris, Louise Slaughter, Margaret L. Harris.
THIRD ROW-Anita Whistler, Rosamond Fuller, Jane Vossler, Rose Valine, Miyo Izumi,
Sakaye Katsuki, Verna Burts, Ruth Bradley.
FOURTH RUVVfElvin Howes, Jimmie Tingley, Rex Sweet, Nadine Place, Jean Soults,
Frances Finley, Cheryl Beckman.
FIFTH ROW-Don Howard, Ed Crookshanks, James Leonard, Roger Nixon, Robert Sea-
vers, Bob Taggart, Mr. Tanner,
Aims To Encourge:
Scholarship for service.
Honor students having at least two A's and two B's.
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Elizabeth Herd-Treasurer. - 'f s Ex-1
Mr. A. E. Tanlier-Advise1'. 7 x "
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Uses Its Time To: Y I i f Q
Discuss business of State l"cdc1'ation. Discuss 1 f p
scholarships at colleges for mcinbers. ,. """
Served Best In: 'Y
Attended two scholarship conventions. Made plans i "" X
for attending college. Helping in scholarship. Bas- ,'m!gt' ,gL2-A
ketball rally. Spring program for the Student Body. -' f-
ARGU! ' 1936
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FIRST ROW-Miyo Izumi, Ellen Noguvhi, May Ivliimlgal, Sakaye Katsuki.
SIGCONIJ ROW'-Iionalql Rs-ve-ls, lfmimld Carnplwll, Henry Pool, Rox Sweet.
THIRD ROW-Mr. Smith, John Strn-ani, Murray Wilson.
Aims, To Encourage:
Bringing togctlicr those niemlacrs ol' the Student liocly who are in-
terested in archery.
'lfhose people who wish to take an active interest in thc sport of
Governed By :
.Xclviser-Mr. R. Smith.
Uses Its Time To:
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Learn the art of Arclieryg about people famous in
the sport and how to make their own material and
to engage in the sport.
'J Served Best:
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Establishing' a new activity in the School and vrc-
Lltlllg' enough interest in the sport to probably make
it a permanent organiation.
ARGUS 0 1916
mice Qin! fgele-cve.4
FIRST ROVV-Flora Smith, Elizabeth Lowson, Ester Peterson, Dorothy Chisholm, Emo-
gene Farrell, Gertrude Van Houten, Margaret L. Harris, Margaret Harper, Anna
SECOND ROTV-Ruth Stzulelmuu, Merle Dorris, Muryetta. Cztmpllell, Leta Vrive, Esther
Arulier, Elizabeth Herd, Shirley Ann Evans, Pauline Smith, Ellen Louise Mitchell, Ninn
THIRD RUVV-Ruth Chambers, Orpha Besse, Betty Ber,L1'n1a11, Ursula NVatrous. Maxine
Losey, Kathryn Crabtree, Beulah Butler, Margaret J. Harris, Rosemary Parlier, Sara-
lee Zumwalt, Dorothy Larimer, Dorothea Randle.
lf'Ul'R'l'H ROXV-Hoberteen Kiethly, Madeline Fisher, Annie Gladney, Odessa Finley,
1+'1'um,-es Hesse, Nadine Place, Jean Soults, Eileen VVilson, Ruth Cederlind, Nelda Fisk.
l4'1':1m'n-s Hohllnaugh, Grave Morgan.
lf'l,l"Tl'll ROKR'-lX1.ildrecl Clll'll'lllM5l'S, Merle Jaiynes, Frances CO0U4'l', Ava Burns, llelen Dan-
iolson, Nello Fowler, Ruby lillllUl', Rena J'vtlronceIli, Ifutty Sullivan, Doris Olson, Helen
Plummer, .xlllll"1l. Vusburgh, Mrs. Vincent.
Aims To Encourage:
lflt'2lllSll'IS and generosity in daily living. friendship among all the
-Xny junior or Senior girl in school.
l'residenl. llorotliv LllllSllUllllQ vice-prcsiclcnt, Jlun
Mitchell: seci'etzLry, limogene Ferrell: l1'CZl.Slll'Cl', lis-
ter Peterson, progrzun chairman, lVlZll'gZll'6t Al. Hui'-
risg reporter, tiertie Yan Houteng song leader, Helen J
Bailey: ring chairman, Margaret Harperp social g,
chairman, Elizabeth Lowsong service chairman, Z1
Flora Smith: adviser, Mrs. Reeta Vincent. "TA l
Uses Its Time To:
Plan for outside activities. Hold programs in meet- V 9 '
Served Best In:
Nlid-Xlinter L'tllll't'l'L'llCC, lfzistcr l'z11'ty, Mother and ffl vm
Daughters Tea. f-vs
ARGUS 0 1916
-lvl-lli07.' Cjiz! jgeffezvegs
l"liON'l' HOW-I.ulzL Cantwell, Annnlvell Brown, Kathryn Hoyt, Joan Herd, Kathryn
Ilill'l'l:i, liulvn Grunt. lmrle-on Curry, Enznm Lee Souza, Bonnie Vogt,
SICUUNII RUXV-.Ivan llHI'lll1ill'l, 'Ilrmrothy Rush, Maury Sporpror, Bernina Cmlorlind, Iirlnn.
Ce-rlerliml, I-Ilvu Miller, Mary Clll'lNl.l'l1llS, Lnvone Gluzler, Iva Roddick, lmrnice Loar.
'PHIRIJ ROW-Lnrnn XYilll:1n1s, Advll Pvrlronl'-lli, flL'l'illdlllQ liyvr, Plessle Evans, Ruth
Olsnn, Katlivrim- lluttenlmrg, Pinrluln B0l'l.L'll, Pearl Usruy, Catherine Carter, Annu.
Zullli-rwvg', Vvlrlzx Monro, Lois Lulu-r, Modena linwvs.
l"OUR'l'H RUW--liilzl Vlinsv, lmris llixun, Pauline Heise. Bclty Fnnclxcr, Yvonlxu
t'oI'i'l-v, lllralh- Blew Hlgdnn, Mau-p':u'el Snnnasnn, Lum .lane Bortvh, Ruth Losey, Vir-
ginian Mumlrillf-, lmris Lynvh, Estelle Holes, lnvz Woosloy.
l+'l1-'Tll IQUW-Alias ltzunelli. Martha lllurdoulc, lilalim- 1-Izirris, Louise lmrris. Evulyn Har-
l'is, Fcrn Arends, Lelitial Arcnds, Velma. llnllowell, Elizanheth XVilc-nmn, Marie Ton-
klns, Mnxinc Johnson, li:l.tl1l'yn I.0udcr, Gvrtrudc Douglass, Louise 'Stuwuii
Aims To Encourage:
Idealism zlmlgciiuimslty in clznly living, fricnclsliip znnong all the
Frcslnnznm :mel Suplmnilwc girls in sclmul who wish tu lxclrmg.
Presirlcnt--luzni llerml. lqt'1llll'lC1'-llClCll Crznit.
Vice-l'rcsimleiit-Eu-lyii llurris. Sung T.cz1clc-1'-Berilivc l.uzn'.
Secretary-lininm Loc Sona. Ring Cliairinan-Czitlierinc llnyl.
'lll'Cil411l'Cl'iClltl1Cl'lllL' llzlrris, Social Cll2,Ll1'lllllllil7Cl'll .Xrp-ncls.
Vrugrznn Clizlirnizui-I-Eminic Vogt. :Xrlviscr-llliss Mac Rznnclli.
Service Lliznrinan-Anna licllc Ilmwii
I D , Uses Its Time For:
Y f I . lllX'C1lI'Ugl'2l.lllS. l'l:ln for clnifcrcnccs and
f, '11 y fc. , parties.
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'V' ' A-uf- Served Best In:
N,",j A' Mill-lYintc1' Conference, lizlslcr Pzirty, Muth-
er zlncl Dauglitcr Tea.
ARGUS ' 1916
FRONT ROVV-Arthur Swanson, XValter Robertson, Marvin Haggberg, Pete Zuiderwig,
Bob Pinkerton, Leroy Miller, Leslie Stocker.
SECOND ROW-David Rickards, Walter Kirker, George Collins, Jesse Young, Ephriam
Mendias, Vvard Golston, Maynard Stone, Johnny Mederos.
THIRD ROW'-Emi Bionda, Leon Irving, Delbert Rising, Luther Bergman, Jael: Damron,
Donald Loomis, Jess Lancaster, Barlow Sarkasian.
FOURTH ROW'-W. K. Lewis, Howard Shoenliair, Raymond Azcvedo, John Cardoza,
Frank Lerda, Herman Ruiz, Delbert Rush, Melville Bowers, Leo Rogers.
FIFTH ROW-Mr. Suiter, Bob Burnard, Louie Costa, Hidakiehi Uehita, James Swall,
Vance Asay, Mr, Sheesley.
Aims, To Develop:
Boys further in the understanding ofAuto1nechanics and the various
vocations connected with it. Have discussions and talks along au-
tomotive lines and the qualifications that it takes to follow a career
of this type.
All boys who have taken one or more years of Automechanics with
a. grade of C or better or first year boys who have passed the first
semester with a B average or better.
Mr. Suiter and Mr. Slieeslys-Advisers.
Uses Its Time To:
Have two meetings a month which are used -,fl f X
for discussions and also evening sessions for ,EUR X '
discussions, relaxation and amusement. if 100,369
Served Best In: 'K ' f I 'i
Putting on the 10th Annual Auto Show, with , 3, ,J
334500, worth of equipment, in the Gym, A .wiiji w V - 'arf
with student salesmen.
ARGUS ' 1916
Jflflfl 'ce C dtmeti
l"'RON'l' ROXV-Carlo Vigano, Raphael Throneberry, Alfonso Booker, Edward Dutto, Alfred
Knapp, Vernon Deering.
SECOND ROVV-Lawnie Ray Snider, Leo Rogers, Herbert Sehloh, Arnod Ruffa, Harry
Lynprholm, Ulayton Rising, Carlos Ayres.
THIRIJ RONV-John Sullivan, Elbert Brown, Edwin Wright, Eugene Buckman, Norval
Monroe, Elwood Rising, Henrico Pedroncelli.
FOURTH ROW-Jimmy Ferrasci, Ralph 'Watkins, Diego Martinez, J. G. McMillan, Bill
Lancaster, Frank Minoletti.
Aims, To Encourage:
Further development of interest in I-Zlfllllllg' i11 boys of this age and
to aid them in constructive ideas that they will use later in life.
Those boys who take Agriculture and who are interested in out-
side activities along this line. '
l'resident-lid Dutto. Treasurer-Raphael Throneberry.
Vice-l'resident-Alfonso Booker. Reporter-Vernon Deering.
Secretary-Alfred Knapp. Adviser-Mr. McMillan.
Uses Its Time To:
Engage in social events between various chapters and to learn agri-
culture by group discussions, speakers or work on agricultural pro-
Served Best In:
Taking an active part in exhibiting livestock
at the Tulare County Fair, conducting show-
5' J ing on Future Farmer evening. Participat-
, A ing in Rocky Hill Field Day and attending
,N Th ing? a Future Farmer gathering at Mooney'S
wtf , G ' Grove. This year four members of the Tu-
, A lare Chapter are entering into agricultural
A- .' ' project competition with the other chapters
of the state.
ARGUS 0 1926
an C! .
FllflSTlf ROW-W'alter Cottle, Genevieve Mulcahy, i-iztrolc 'l're1nbley, Ann Rngztn, Gln-n
Hamilton, Muidlt 'HounL1'fl, RlCll2Ll'll Mayberry.
SECOND ROVV-Joyve Reardon, Dick Slauglitur, Rosnino l Fuller, llouglzzs XVuinkz1uf,
.lohnny Drake, Cheryl Beckman, Bill liuniley, Lorrnin 1-iolfi, Harris Smith.
THIRD RUXV-Betty Warren, Rivlnwd Fulghzun, 'Dorothy lace, Bill l'ickering'. Anita
VVl1istler, Helm-n 1-Zevk, Jezinette Gist, Charles l+'1'nse1', . 'orie Rilizlrdi, Holi Svhultzt.
lf'Ull'R'l',H li0XV-.lusl-pliino Bu1'kl1zu't, 'l'illllll'L: XYmvsley, l+Ill-zlnor llonyzq, Mary Gluclnvy,
Bessie Royal, 'Viviun Reynolds, Sullzlllu lzumi, Lucille Swanson, Frances Sturgeon,
Ruth Bradley, Bessie liurts.
FIFTH ROYV-Barney Loomer, Bill Vogt, Hazel Jones, Russell Henry, Ed Crookshanks,
Eugene Davidson, Elvan Howes, Miss Colton,
Aims, To Promote:
A fuller ZlPpl'CClZLtlOll of Roman life und literature.
Any student who has taken Latin.
President: Genevieve Mulcahy.
Secretary-Ann Ragan. pq,
Publicity Manager-Russell Henry.
Adviser-Miss Bernice Colton. 'M
Uses Its Time To: QL
Have programs at regular meetings. Q Q X Vs:
Served Best In: 5 '
Giving annual Ronmu Banquet. GQ 13, Q
ARGUS 0 1926
V, 01140 C0ll0I'l'llC'J
I"liUN'I' RUNY-Lena Carreiru, Elsie Valine, Dora Tulledo, Hazel Christensen, Betty l-lusung,
Miriam Levin, Gladys Rose, Mary Andunian, Ramona Severson, Vivia-n Snider.
SIGUUNIJ ROW-Elsie Cardoza, Mary Silviera, Mary Costa, Irene Mamishizxn, Mabel Uar-
doza, Mildred Moore, Helen Watters, Margaret Borba, Virginia Couehman, Rachel
Stem-r, Genevieve Veeringr, Ulm-va Speak.
'Pllllllb IKUXV--l.e-tizigt Horzi, Sarah Bennett, Gertrude Nugalai. Ruby Thrasher, Eniogene
White-, Ida Matlaek, Mzirpparet Rolfe, Marjorie Godhino, Elizabeth Brown, Martha
Hirton, Ruth S4-liriven, Eva He-ttenvourt.
I-'ul'R'I'H IUHY-ls:ihel Uameron. Mary June Garber. Madeline Grenver, Mary Farrt-ira,
l,aur:t llastineau, Carolyn Allen, Kathryn llruss, Jean Rae, Melvina lonheuss, Verna
Hurts, llvtty lthoades, Freda Raviseioni, Eleanor Hinds.
l"ll"'I'll RHXV-Miss Johnson, Dorothy Davis, Elvira. Bontadelli, Marxraret l-Sueknian, Mar-
jorie Hummerfield, Myrtle Arlmorn, Pearline Pueqh, Mary Anna Sneak, lilaneh ltevel.
Huldit- Thrasher, Gertrude Smith, Hazel Dodd, Kittie Sarafin, Miss Prunty.
Aims to Encourage:
To develop interest in the Home liconoinics Department.
To cooperate with all the other clepartinents in the school.
To stimulate interest in hobbies and in the wise use of leisure.
Girls who have taken work in the Home liCOll01lllCS depzirtnient.
FIRST SEMICSTER SECOND SEMESTICR
1 Mary Andonian President Mary Andonian
'-1 Letizia Borzi Vice-President Hazel Christensen
l m , Gladys Rose Treasurer Gertrude Smith
,M ' Dora Tulledo Secretary Lorraine Costa
, " Uses Its Time To:
' M40 Discuss hobbies and plan leisure time activities.
5, ' Ji Take part in school activities.
if Q Served Best In:
,fl llostess at districts Fall Home Economics Conven-
.Ji. -nf M' tion. Serving' at Adult Xlfeek-End School.
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ARGUS 0 1916
FIRST ROW-Ted Vvooley, Mario Russo, Raymond Azevedo, Mr. Loomer, Arthur Swanson,
SECOND ROVV-Walt Kirker, Pete Zuiderweg, Keynurd Stone, Tony Nunez, Albert Tur-
ner, Johnny Medaris, Frank Lerda, Paul Ruiz.
THIRD ROW--Elmer Ray, Raymond Silveira, Ed Dutto, Veto Giotto,
Aims, To Learn:
Thoroughly the knowledge and
fundamentals of carpentry.
Roster Includes :
Boys in fourth period Carpentry
No officers, all in one group head-
ed by Mr. iL0Ol'l'lCl', carpentry ad-
Uses Its Time To:
Finish the house that is now under
construction. Study building 1
Served Best In:
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Building five-room residenee on 'I is Q '
East Tulare Street for Mr. Sea-
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ARGU! 0 1916
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FRONT ROW-Ivor Stubbs, Virginia Travers, James Tingley, Herman Cassidy, Mildred
Utter, Ted XVou1ey.
SMUUNID ROW'-Marvin Haggberg, James Allen, Eugene Smith, George Thrasherg Law-
THIRD ROW-Mr. '.1'anner, Reynold liisconner, Soichi Uehita, Oran Watts.
Aims, A Better Understanding:
Of radio and transmission, to aid the school in broadcastmg pro-
grams, and finally to receive government licenses.
The group of fourteen students who meet during homeroom. Five
of these have government hcenses.
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Uses Its Time To:
Study radio, especially experimental work with ultra-
high frequency receivers and transmitters.
Served Best In: I
Preparing the loud-speaker system for school pro-
grams. A group attended the Convention of Ama-
teurs in Los Angeles.
ARGLIS ' 1926
FRONT ROW'-Bob Seayers, Ashley Orr, Lyle Barnes, Kenneth liuney, Velma Moore,
Jael: Wynn, Jack XVilloughhy, Frances Shot-nhair.
SECOND RUWgCon l-ietherford, Art Barlow, George Babcock, Alun Huttenburg, Roger
Nixon, Dorothy XVatkins, Mary Jane Holmes, Helen McGinnis.
THIRD ROXV-Donald Cory, Lucille Bravo, Sarah Garcia, Mildred Rising: Helen Larimer,
Mildred Muck, Evelyn VV2ltlilllS, Frances Bionda, Margaret Poison, Telzu Levin, Dor-
FOURTH HOYV-John XVest, lvan Kellerhzlls, Fred Berry, Leroy Sliepherd, .hunt-s Siekels,
Albert Arends, Cord lfptigrove, Gladys Lzithorne, Mildred Harris.
FIFTH ROW-Mr, Olsen, James Leonard, Bill Randle, Jerry MeC.11llister, Dean Hurrah.
Frank Madala, Mr. Russell.
Aims To Further:
Instruction of the members of the organization in the art of photo-
graphy in order to develop their interest and nnclerstancling enough
to always have this interest as :L constructive pastime for their
Those meinlmers of Tulare high school who are interested in this
type of work :incl who pay the rlncs ol the orgzmizzition.
l'i't-siilrlitt iXllmc'rl .'Xl'l'llllS.
SCL'l'ClQll'yI Yclinu Moore.
'I'1'c:1siii'c1': ilshley Hrr.
,Xclyiscrz llr. C. bl. Russell.
Uses Its Time To:
Learn the principles ol' pllotogrzlpliy :ll hi-weekly
meetings and to engage in this type of work in
Served Best In:
llelping the Argus on snap clay. thereby setting the
example for the rest of the school, :incl developing
:intl printing inziny of the snaps in the Argus. ll - ir
ARGU! 0 1936
Q01 Q Cla
l"llUN'l' ROW-liayinoml Vossler, Donald Preece, Don Hoffman, Norman Davis, Carl
Vout, Carl lienard.
SICVUND RUW-Gerald Geiger, Ephriam Mendias, George Miles, Ed Bionda, Drexel Stew-
art, Charles Kuokey, Bob Srliultz.
'l'Hllilm HOW-Mliayinolul Azevudo, Louis Costa, Paul Ruiz, Bob Gribi, Fred Smith, Law-
rvmfu Kennedy, Len Rogers.
FOURTH RUWV-Mr. Hell, Don Ilowarrl, Herman Ruiz, Couch Russell, Bill Stadelman,
Harlan lif'l'lill'f'i, James Swall, Mr. Glick.
Aims, To Promote:
Sportsinausliip and better feeling anumg athletes in this school and
All men who have made a varsity letter in a major sport.
Adviser-Mr. Dale Glick.
U , Uses Its Time To:
1 Nl N I Q u . .
V 1, N' f Help ilI'Olll0tC any atllletlc activities around the
1 Served Best In:
ff Qs x Putting on a successful I.kfttl:il'lIlZlll,S Banquet and
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C' 4 T K Dance on gX1Jl'1i 9. i'iCi1Jlllg ofllclate at the Auuual
f it g 20-30 Relays.
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ARGUS ' 1916
FRONT ROW-Bill NVhite, George Fowler, John Sturyeon, Curly Smith, Bill Luton.
SECOND RUVV-Bill Preston, Don Smith, John Cardozzl, Richard Mztyberry, George Clark,
THIRD ROW-Mr. Hexlverg, Andy Andonian, Raymond Martinez, Ray Poston, Bill Smith,
Arkale ltlargosiun, Charles Anderson, Marlow Szirkusizin.
Aims, To Have:
Special privileges for those in the club, and to help promote sports-
manship in school.
All men that have made their B class letter while in school. Usually
loses about half of members to Golden T after two or three years.
Adviser-Mr. Jesse Hexherg.
If Uses Its Time To:
l . . . . .
1 o Meet every two weeks and to plan initiation of its
Z new nienihers.
Served Best In:
Helping with the Golden T Club in putting on the
successful l.CltCI'1llZlll'S Banquet and Dance and in
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' helping at the 20-30 Relays.
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ARGLIS 0 1916
FIILOT its Otllllfl
l"liUItI'l' IIUW-Telza Levin, Miriam Levin, Betty Husong, Rex Sweet, Hazel Christensen
kznlhryn Hzillzwc, Velma Moore, i
SICUONID ROW-Ilorothy Poison, Letiziu Rorzi, Nadine Piave, .lack NVynn, Jean Soults,
i'l'SlliIl NVntrous, Mary .-Xndoniun, Nelle Fowler.
Tlllltll RUNV--Con Retherford,..lnc-k Willoughby, Helen Danielson, Isabel Czunr-ron Dor
othy wzrtkins, lllll'-lOl'l0 Hiliardi, Lorraine Rolfi, Lawrence Kennedy, George' Bab
l4'OUR'l'II ROW'-Bnrlovv Sarkasian, Ashley Orr, Marg':1ret Harper, Sarale-e Zumwalt
lullzalln-lli Herd, Shirley lilvuns, George Thrasher, Bud XVilli:lms. ,
1f'llf"I'll ROW-.lainie-s Allen, Don Howard, Ed Crookshunks, Miss Thompson, Bob Gribi,
Fred Smith, Curl Vogt, Art Barlow.
Ae--'lb teach the students to think and to
decide questions of the day.
-eelncludes members of the Senior class,
interested in Forum.
G---Rex Sweet, Presidentg Hazel Chris-
,TJ tensen, Reporter, Miss Lois 'ixil0lll1J-
' son, Adviser.
, U--To meet and discuss current topics
,H of the day and take an active part in
X school activities.
S-fl'ub1ishing a special edition of the
"5 M VN'ar-XVhoop. Establishing ideas of
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ARGLIS 0 1936
DR. ELMO ZUMWALT
A member of both the high school and city
school boards, Dr. Zumwalg has that helpful
tie-up between the two schools that proves
valuable in the board's work. A proponent
of substantial, sound buildings, he has
served in the thick of the work of staining
and planning construction.
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ARGUS ' 926
lf'RUN'l' liUWkAlr. Ililton Hell, Miss Lucy l'roudfooi, Miss Aileen Fisk, Mr, Charles
Sl-IUUNID liUWgMr. .limnxic Joni-s, Mr, Jesse llcxbcrgx, Mr. Jerry 1'll'XX'il'l. Mr. Dale- Glick.
'linlarc high school has had the largest coaching' staff this year of any
year in its history, six men and two women handling the athletic activities
of tht- boys and girls during that time. H
'Coach Russell. who several years ago handled all the sports. this year
lound willing' helpers in nearly all divisions. Yarsity football and baseball
were under the wing of Coach llale Glick. Varsity basketball was handled
by Coach llilton Hell, varsity tennis was handled by Coaches Gerald lirwin
and .-Xileen Fisk, while Coach Russell took the other major sport, track.
In thc lightweight division Coach .less Hexberg' handled ll class foot-
ball and basketball. Coach hlimmie Alones was in charge of
C class basketball and Coach lirwin handled I7 class bas-
" 7u kctball. '
51,24 Miss Vroudfoot and Miss I-'isk together took complete
' charfe of all the girls activities, handlinn' basketball,
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nf hockcv and all the minor sports.
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, 15 s'W"" Nlrt llc-ll assisted with varsity football and Mr. lirwin
I 'JL -41 witliliglitweiglit football.
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ARGUS ' 1926
Starting slow with only a few lettermen back. but gradually improving,
the Tulare Hi Redskins under the guidance of Coach Dale Glick, sailed
through to a second place in the county standings. The Tulare team won
four games and lost three.
Coach Glick proved he knew football by whipping a team that only
averaged about 150 pounds to the man into one of the strongest teams in
Pre-season games were played with Corcoran, Orosi and Strathmore.
with Tulare coming out on top against Corcoran and Orosi and getting a
tie with Strathmore.
The first league game was a brilliant start for the team when they
trampled the Porterville Panthers 6 to 0. Hoffman, hard-driving quarter-
back, accounted for the score. This first game was played on the home
field and the boys really showed good form.
The next encounter was a disaster to the hopes for a championship
when Tulare lost to Exeter 19 to 14. With four minutes to go Tulare led
14-6 but a pair of Exeter scores in rapid succession spelled defeat for the
The next game with Hanford was another defeat to the team when
they bowed to the Bullpups 34 to O. With several boys on the bench due to
injuries from the previous week the Tulare team just couldn't click. The
Hanford team won through to the valley finals.
Traveling to Lindsay for the next game slightly downhearted by the
two previous defeats, but not giving up, the Tulare boys went to town and
defeated the Orange Pickers, 18 to 14. This was one of the hardest fought
games of the season and at the last crack of the gun Tulare was valiantly
holding Lindsay from another score.
The next game was something new to the Tulare boys when they
traveled down to Delano on Friday night to play their first game under
lights. The playing under lights seemed to Tulare's liking and the team
romped all over the field. When the lights went out the Tulare boys' were
on top of a 28 to 0 score. A slight drizzling of rain slowed the game a little.
The annual Armistice Day game with Visalia was played on a dirt
field at the Fair Grounds and the Tulare boys, not used to the dirt, just
couldn't get going and went down to defeat at the hands of the Pioneers,
21 to 0. This gave Visalia a tie in games with Tulare for the past six years,
with Tulare credited with three wins and Visalia with three.
For 13 years Tulare has never made much of a showing against Strath-
more, one of the smallest schools in the league but one of the toughest,
but this year they were out to break the jinx. Tulare took the Spartans
by surprise and piled up 13 points to the visitors 0.
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Cjifaxf' V clofgaff
l-'liUN'l' llUW-Bill Vogt, llurold Smith, Leo Rogers, Drvxcl Stewart, Bob tirilni, James
Swall, lvzin Clark.
UAV-llzlrry Smith, Carl Vogt, Paul lluiz, Lawrcimc Kennedy, Carl ill0ll!ll'll,
llon Iloffman, llill Staulelmun.
'l'lllliIr Rim'-Coax-h Glick, Donald Hillman, Norman Davis, Ronald Brown, Bob Schultz,
lronnlll l'reecc, Assistzuil. Couch llilton Llcll.
llolp lirilmi was lllClllllIllL'll lmy several roacllcs as all-county nialcrial. :incl
5KTX'l'l'Ill other men reccivccl honors.
llon Ilollman was nnannnously clcclerl captain ol llic loam.
.Xn 1-xliilmilion ganiu was playwl In-l'orc lllc cnlirc school between the
seniors anrl llic unnlerclassmen at the cnfl of the season. The seniors won
l3 to fm. blames Swall proved to lac the star for the day when lm broke away
four times for long' runs. Carl llenarcl took honors for the seniors by snag-
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lxumoncl Xfuulo. Paul Ruiz, l.g.g Frecl Smith, c.g Bob
Kirin 1 l Saliu tz, lug., Norman Davis, Leo Rogers, r.t.g
lxonalcl lnown 1 C.: Donald lloffman, q.g Bill Staclclleman,
1 -amos Swall. 1'.h.' Carl Vogt, Donald Preece, l.l1.g Drexel
Stewart, l1ZlXV"lL'C Kennedy, f.lm. Substitutes, Raymond
Yosslcr, liill Yogi, llonalml llillnizin. Ivan f'larlc, llllllllil
ging some extremely difficult passes.
X The squacl-Carl llenarcl, l.e.: Alfred Valenzuela, l.t.3
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Name Remembered For
The rough and tumble boy who was in on every play. Has been
playing for two years.
A substitute but made some fine tackles when in action.
One of the pass-snagging ends. Played exceedingly good ball all the
time. Three years of experience in football has made Carl a hard-
fighting boy and we are looking forward to future years when Carl's
two brothers will be in the limelight.
.Our 150-pound quarterback who played ball every minute he was in
'and didn't stop fighting even when the biggest boys hit him.
A junior and his first year out. Showed excellent form and promises
to be all-county material for next year.
Played in the line last year and was shifted to the backfield and
played a hard game.
One of the fast boys of the team. Did some very good ball carrying.
All around good sportsmanship and clean playing in all the games.
RONALD B ROWN-
The other pass-snagging end who really went up in the air after
the ball. Completed nearly all of the passes thrown to him.
A transfer from Strathmore. Played a fine game as fullback.
Intercepting a pass for a nice long run at Lindsay.
For strong defensive play in every game.
Mentioned all-county by several coaches.
One of the best prospects for next year. Played a good defensive
Played consistently good ball his first year out.
Stopped three plays in the Lindsay game when Lindsay was threat-
ening to score.
Recovered a fumble at Delano.
Another good prospect for next fall.
Always getting through to block punts.
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l"llUN'I' RUXV-.lolin XVills, Dun Cooper, John .Xrkeli:1n, Arkie Mnrgnsiztn, Mello 'l'egliu,
Andy Aniloninn, llnrlnn llenard, George Miles, Kenneth Henuril.
Sl-IUHNII IUIXV-A1'tlu11' 'l'a1it, l'iKlXY2Xl'1l Martin, Donnld Smith. llellrert Rush. Arthur l'rl'e:1.
lfoi 1 tluli l'ill luton lu l 'smith len' we If lu lol Stu
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' 1' y .' , I L ,,:'- 'ow . in .' rgeon, Ray Poston,
llllllll lillvxlxxhblbt-lllt Coach Erwin, Verdo Gregory, I':1ul Jones. Ray Martinez, Elmo
Znmwnlt, .lnek Russell, Uhzlrles Anderson ,Hewitt Clement, Bill XVhite, Bill Preston.
Ri4'llIll'4l Mnyln-rry, Bill linmley, lliek Hesse, Clayton Rising, lid llurner, Coach Jesse
ll ith llluxl ol' lust yeztr's fellows zulvztneing into .X class, hut with at very
promising' hztnd of lfreshmen boys coming' up. the 'l'ulztre high school li class
teznn. under the Q'lllfl.tllt'p of Vozieh jesse llexlmerg haul :L fairly successful
.Xinmllt live lreshmen lumix nizule then' letter :ind niziny others who were
llmll tlllllt' so
successful gave 'l'ulure lxriglit hopes for thc coming seasons
when these hoys will hnild up into strong ll class next year and then into A
class. .Xlmost two complete strings saw action this your with each team as
well developed :ts the other.
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lulzire hzid ll hard lighting team and it functioned
smoothly most of the time hut it seemed destined that at
fumble, had pass. or some other had play always happened
:it the VVl'1JllgtilllL' during every game.
The first game was played on even terms most of the
way through hut the I-'orterrille Panthers managed to
gain it one point lead and the score remained 7 to 6.
The second encounter was at stinging defeat when the
strong lixeter team. composed mostly uf four-year men,
won 18 to 0.
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The next game with Hanford proved to be a very good game, but with
some lucky breaks Hanford shoved over two touchdowns to beat the local
team 13 to 0.
Traveling to Lindsay for the next game thc B class lost to the Orange
Vickers in :1 very hard fought game 7 to 0.
Playing under lights did the same for the Papooses as for their big
brothers and they ran over a touchdown to win from the Delano squad 6 to 0.
The Armistice Day game proved to the fans that Tulare had a good team
even though they lost a hard fought battle with the Visalia Pioneers 6 to 0.
A long pass over the goal line was snagged high in the air by one of the
ends and thus accounted for the score.
The last game with Strathmore was a push-over for the boys and even
the littlest members of the team saw action. Tulare won 19 to O.
The little fellows entered into a C class league and played four games
and for such a small bunch made a good showing.
Not being large enough to play in league contests the third string
played Corcoran and beat them 2l to Og played Lindsay twice, beating them
the first time 28 to 0 and the second game ended in a tie 6 to 63 played Vi-
salia's B's and the game ended 6 to 6. Mr. Erwin helped coach the Papooses.
Playing for Tulare were: George Fowler Ccj, John Sturgeon, Curly
Smith, Richard Mayberry, Bill Luton, Bill Preston, Delbert Rush, Donald
Smith, Bill Smith, George Clark, Charles Anderson, Arkie Margosian,, Andy
Andonian, George Miles, john Arkelian, Benny Lapadula, Ray Poston, Bill
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l"HUN'l' ROW-Drexel Stewart, Charley Kersey, Carl Vogt, Carl Henard, Don Hoffman.
SIGUHNII RUXV-Hill Slllfltfllflilll, Ronald Brown, Normas Davis, Donald Preeee, Jess
'l'Illltlv IIUXV-gvozu-li lit-Il, llob Purtle, Elmer Ray, Ivan Clark, Arthur Swanson, Robert
Under the watehful eye of Coach llilton llell, the '1'ulare High Redskins
started the liasketlmall season right by winning five out of the six practice
games and when the league games started it was a fairly strong team and
a probable contender for county honors.
The first practice games were merely warm-up games, with each team
practicing its plays, etc. In the first games Tulare defeated Urosi 14-12.
ltoodlakt- 27-21, Hrosi 13-fi. Coreoran 16-6, Lindsay 23-20, and lost to Strath-
The first league gtzune was with Porterville and the Redskins made up
for its stinging loss last year hy defeating' them 17 to 12.
The second encounter with llinulua was a tough fight all the way through
lint 'l'ulart: came out on the long end of a 28 to 26 score.
4 rx The third game was an upset to the team when the
.113 ,gk f llanford liullpups came back strong to win 21 to 26.
' 1 , Tulare showed its power in the next game and cle-
feated its areh rival, Visalia, by a score of 12 to 10.
The next game was an exhibition game with Fresno
, State lfrosli which rl't1lZ11'C won very easily 20 to 13.
E-fy, The last ffaine that would have aut Tulare in a tie for
Ajax 1.3 .. . N I
ffm first plaee in the county was dropped to Delano 12 to 21.
df ln the play off for the county, Visalia defeated llelano
' ' ,X and won the eountx' ehaln rionshi w, lint 'l'ulare was the onlx'
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' ' team in the league that defeated Visalia.
ARGUS ' 1936
Ca, ga garazz
FRONT ROW'-Richard Mayberry, John Arkelain. Harlan Henard, Mello Teglia,
SECOND ROVV-George Miles, Arthur Urrea, Donald Smith, Eldon Cory, Jack Russell.
THIRD ROW-Coach Hexberg, Kenneth Smith, Jimmy Taekett, Duette Mills, Elmer Nlzul-
NVithout a veteran from last year the Tulare High School B class basket-
liall it-ani had a tough season, hut was a hard team to heal, and held many a
strong team to a close race.
The B's won four of the six practice games, defeating Orosi 17 to 16,
Woodlake 18 to 6, Orosi again 11 to 7, and Strathinore 14 to 12, and losing
to Corcoran 18 to 17, and to Lindsay 16 to 1-l.
The first league game was with l'orterx'ille, and Tulare sailed through
ou top, 21-1-l.
The second league encounter was a blow tu the Tulare boys when Di-
nuba came back :strong to win 21 to 12.
The third game was hard-fought, but the locals went down to defeat at
the hands of the large Hanford quintet 18-10.
The next game was a battle all the way through and Tulare played an
excellent game but lost to Visalia 14 to 12.
The next game was an exhibition game with the sec- ti
ond string playing and they tasted defeat at the hands of
the Tulare Comrades, a town team, 21 to 7. .-W M +1
The last game was a thrilling spectacle until the gun
was fired, and the score was a see-saw back and forth until
the last few minutes of play Delano scored two baskets
which put the score in their favor 13 to 10.
The Tulare team during the season scored 164 points
to their opponents' 176.
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lf'IiUN'l' ROW-Finley Roberts, Paul Jones, Don Richards, Bill Rumley.
SIGCUNU RUNV-Mr. Jones, Henry Datsnki, KCJ Donald Cory, Bud Knokcy, Richard Hesse.
Xtinning' every game but three the C class basketball team under the
direction of Coach .limmie jones sailed through to a championship in thc
L' elass division.
The Lf class team consists mostly of Sophomores and some Very good
prospects for the coming basketball seasons at Tulare High.
ln the league the locals won seven games and dropped one to be Way
out in tront ln the percentage Column. :X practice game was dropped to
Montebello, near 1.os Angeles, 2:-17, after a hard trip. The southerners
were winners in their league.
ll-U in tht semi-fin
llinuba won the animal L' tournament held at Tulare. defeating Tulare
' - ' - als and VYllllllll0' easily from' lixeter 33-13.
C7 Class Games:
H Tulz 12. Urosi ll. Tulare 16, lixeter 20.
if Tulare . 'Visalia 11. Tulare 25, Lindsay 14.
Tulare lixeter 8. Tulare 27, Porterville 14.
Tulare l?orteryille 12. Tulare 15. Delano 13.
Tulare Lindsay 13. Tulare 9. Dinuba 11.
, ,Qg-gy Tulare Yisalia 10. Tulare 17, Montebello 25.
4 NT? Playing' for Tulare were: Henry Katsuki feb: Mar
C shall Chamboian, Paul jones, Hill Rumley. Donald Cory
'IA llielc lflesse, Finley Roberts, llud Knokey, Don Richards
Yerdo Gregory, Eddie Martin, Italo Curti.
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FIRST ROW-Gordon White, Daniel Jensen, Kenneth Henard, Wendell Ragan.
SECOND ROW-Bill Lancaster, Artrur Tait, Mr, Erwin, Harris Smith.
With Coach Gerald Erwin at the head, the D class basketball team
showed good form for first year boys and came through with a clean slate.
Composed mainly of freshmen boys without experience the team fuuc-
tioued smoothly and showed that it was out for blood by even holding one
team scoreless while it piled up 14 points.
They Wo11 the D class league which meets graminai' schools.
Coaches Bell and Hexberg are looking forward when these boys will
come under their supervision already trained as good basketball players.
A very promising future Tulare High has to look forward to in basket-
ball circles when these boys develop into A and B class players.
Tulare 23, Orosi 4.
Tulare 6, Central School 5.
Tulare 27 Lindsav 9
Tulare 14, Buena Vista 0.
Tulare 25, Exeter 3. , 'ix
Tulare 19, Tipton 2. if X
Tulare 12, Central School 6. g, H g
Tulare 17, Lindsay 6.
Tulare 17, Buena Vista 8.
Playing for Tulare were: Kenneth Henard, Bill Lan- I ' C
caster, Gordon White, Wendell Ragan, Arthur Tait, Daniel 4, J L.,
Jensen, Richard Smith, john Wills.
ARGLIS ' 1926
FRONT ROW--At'oafAl1 Russell, Hidakitehi Uehita, Arkule Margosizin, Duette Mills. Andy
Andonizun, lbii-It Smith, Ilanirl Jensen, Howard Wills, Arthur Tait, Lloyd Martin.
SIGVUNIT IUIXV-Altirl tlouehman, Don Howard, Raymond Vossler, .lark XVynn, Freddie
Vuln-nzuf-ln, Carl Vogt, Bill Vogt, Hewitt Clement, Barlow Sarliasian, Luther Bergman,
'Vllllilr RHXV 'Al2ll'X'lll llzig'gliei'g, Xvalter Robertson, limerson llifner, John Cardozn., Oris
Wt-hh, Imlt- llillman, Bob Pinlterton, George Revel, Ivan Clark, Bill Statlelman, Axel
If4ll'll'l'll IUDXV--llenry Pool, Noel Gibbs, Roy Keek. Holden Broders, Neal Hillman, Alfonso
Hooker, Iron Hillman, Harold Johnson, Charles Anderson, Eldon Cory, Edward Bird,
lilplirinnn Mt-ndias, Edwin Wright.
lX'ith one of the largest turnouts in track history at thc school. Coach
t'harlt-s Russell started the year faced with molding' an inexperienced team
into competitive athletes.
Several meets were held during the practice session with the team
scoring well and capturing some of the dual meets.
.Xt the animal county track my-et held at llanford on May 2. Coach
liusst-ll's varsity men took second honors to the strong llanlord team.
Some of the Tulare point earners in this meet were:
t'ardoza second lZO yd. hurdles. fourth in low hurqlles and
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' 14' lOO and 220. Bill and Llarl Vogt tied for second in pole
ft' 1 X, vault, tied for fourth in high jump. Mendias third in mile,
X E4 Q X llillman third in S80 and the local relay team second.
Qigyg X, I l'Ioint wiigners inc-Eli? l-iglitweiglit classes were: Margo-
'Y".'Xg-,"-' sian, ensen, lory an willt.
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FIRST ROXV-Harland Heuarcl, Paul Ruiz, George Miles, Edward Bionda, Carl Heuard,
Donald Preeee, Gerald Geiger.
SECOND ROVV-Donald Richards, Bill Rumley, James Swzlll, Norman Davis, Herman Ruiz,
Don Hoffman, Hersehell Forbes, Mr. Glick.
THIRD RUXV-Kenneth HSHi1l'fl, Howard Monroe, John Sturgeon, George Fowler, Delbert
1-lising, Clayton Rising, Leo Rogers, Jess Lancaster, David Dubose,
Despite the fact that Tulare was without a baseball team for several
years. the team has come baek in the second year that the sport has been
revived and now is in a tie for first place in the county. Coach Dale Clicks
boys lost the first game of the season in a ten-inning' affair to Dinuba. Di-
nuba lost to Visalia. and Delano lost to Tulare to put the three teams in the
l'ractiee games played by the locals were as follows:
Tulare S. Woodlakg 63 Tulare 4, Urosi l 3 Tulare 9. Wbocllake 5: Tulare
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11llllIlQ'S ' , u are 1, Lorcoran ' u are ' Yisa ia
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The second team played four games with the following
results: Tulare 9, Delano 10, Tulare 2, Orosi 63 Tulare 0.
Delano O Qll inningsjg Tulare 6, Orosi 4.
The first string for the locals consisted of: Henarcl, C:
ll. Corcoran l-lg Tulare 5, Delano 4: Tulare 9. Orosi 7: Tulare U, Delano
l-lg Tul'u'e 4. L.Ul'C0l"lll 155 Tulare 4. Cor' 'z 1 4.
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410' ',j,Tl 13, ' 6, Tl -l.f l 25
Tul - 3, I' teixille 4, Tulirg 10, Lind '15 O, T l1'e 19, ixiily.
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Ruiz, pg Davis. lb, lieiger, Zbg l'orbes. Sb, Prec-Ce, ss!
Hoffman, lf, C. Henard, cf, Sturgeon, rf.
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l"ltUN'l' ROW-illmlys Ruse, Miriztni Levin, Anita Whistler, Genevieve Mulcahy, Isabel
t':irn4-ron. Ann Rugzin.
SICUUNI? RUXY-Miss Fisk, Glenn Hamilton, liluruie Smith, Huh I'urtle. l'h:u'h-S Knukey,
lmuglzis Weinknuf, llzirold 'l'remhley, Mr. Erwin.
XYith one of the largest turnouts in the history of the sport. tennis set
itself definitely in the major class this year. NN'hen the team was finally
picked. one couple. Cliarles linolcey. senior, and Anita Xlhistler, freshman.
went through the competition and captured county honors in the mixed dou-
lmles event. They also took valley semi-final honors from Taft the following
week, on May 2. NVQ are unable to give the results of the finals with los
llzinos High school on the following Saturday.
The tezun that represented 'lilllZll'C in the county
matches consisted of: .-Xnn Rzlgztn. g'irl's singles: llob l'ur-
tle. lmy's singles: ll'endell Rugzln and iilen Hamilton. hoy's
K WP doulilesg lsohel Czuneron and Gladys Rose, g'irl's douhlesg
' and Charles Knokey and .Xnitzi XYhistler. mixed doubles.
,Ja The tezun had prztctice matches with I orterville. l.ind-
I suv. Fresno, Visalia, llzmford. Strztthmore. Exeter, Delano,
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lf" f.lI'USl :ind llinulma.
Nlr. lfrwin and Nliss lfisk were couches.
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FRONT ROW-Rosemary Castle, Kathryn Xvallace, Anne Hagan, Genevieve Mulcahy,
Myrtle Arborn, Josie Fern Creglow.
SECOND ROW-Emma Lee Souza, Opal W'haley, Mildred Callister, Velda Monroe, Dorothy
Nvatkins, Ruby Thrasher, Rose Valim, Rena Pedroncelli.
THIRD ROVV-Helen Souza, Erma McEuen, Mary Christmas. Hazel Dodd, Flora Smith,
Dorothy Chisholm, Ora W'haley, Mary Russell, Helen Bailey.
Although the gymnasium was not completed in time for the annual
Stanford-U. C. girls basketball game the enthusiasm displayed during the
evening and before the event were above normal.
'I'he game was held at the fairgrounds floor and after four quarters was
ruled a tie score. A California rally just before the end of the game put the
teams into a tie just as the gun sounded and Miss Fisk, referee, ruled the
game a tie with no playoff. The Stanford lightweights were able to take
their opponents in the first game.
This annual game is the climax to the regular girls' 5 ,5
basketball league which is held the first part of the school R V
year and lasts for nine weeks. During this nine weeks the , if
girls are classified as either Chunute or Walasi followers, f D'
which places them either as a supporter of California or ,i Y
Stanford. The girls out for the sport practice two nights
a week during the nine weeks. The lightweight teams play MQ
two nights and the heavyweights two nights. QQ
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I4'l:UN'l' RUW--Velma Moore, Bette W'ilbur, Merle Jaynes, Miriam Levin, Gertrude Smith,
Mary Andoninn, Telza Levin,
SIYIVUNID IUPVV-Isabel lfavnieron, Goldie qlhl'HSllt'l', Saralee Zumwalt, Bernice Cederlind,
l'Zlv:i Milla-r, I.t-eta, Price, Adell Pedroncelli, Pearl Usrey.
'l'IilRlb RUXV--June Yvonne Moore, Emogent Ferrell, Gertrude Van Houten, Virginia
XVicks, Blanche Bevel, Vivian Snider, Sarah Bennett, Laura, Castano, Mary Creador.
The captains for the teams this year were:
U. C. lleavyweights-Miriam Levin.
U. C. Lightweights-Gertrude Smith.
Stanford lleavyweights-lfienevieve Mulcahy.
Stanford Lightweights-Myrtle Arborn,
The night before the big' game the annual banquet was held in the art
rooin with all the girls on the teams attending. There were pep songs,
cheers and speeches by the captains and coaches. During the day before the
big' gainc the school observed color day, each person in school wearing col-
ors of one of the schools. The sophomore class made and
,,, , sold red and gold mcgaphoncs with letters printed on them
as part of the activity.
1 Miss Proudfoot, head of the girl's physical education
rx 27 department, was coach of the teams and in charge of the
affair. She was assisted by Miss Fisk.
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FRONT RONV--Vivian Reynolds, Anna Mitchell, Elizabeth Lowson, Martha Fhristmas,
th-i'ti'ude Van llouten, Flora Smith, lflznopgeiie l4't'l'l'Hll, Vera llrown, Rena Pedron-
velli, lNl2ll'L2'i'll't'l .l. Harris, Vearlint- i'llgL'll.
SIGUUND RUXY'-llolrlie 'r1'lI'21SllQ'l', Ruby I-lutler, Margaret l.. Harris, l"l'illlL'lS Newman,
Kgatherine Crabtree, Miyo Izumi. Ellen Noguehi, May lehinago, Sakaye Katsuki,
Rose Valine, Mary Creador, Rosie Costa,
THIRD ROW--Miss Aileen Fisk, Coach: lrma Cederlind. Ora Whaley, Rosamond laugh.,-4
Opal XVhaley, Jeanette llist, Mary Anoia, Cheryl Beekman, Velma Hallowell, Evelyn
Harris, Jane Vossler.
l+'Ul'R'l'H RQTW'-Xvll'Qi'il1iZl XVieks, Hazel Jones, Mary Christmas, Kathleen Sharp, June
Moore, Dorothy Xvallace, Avis Childers, 'Dorothy Dare. Edith Roberts, Mary Gladney,
Hessie Royal, Ruby Thrasher, Inez VV0osley.
Due to heavy rainfall the hockey season this year was cut short, lasting'
for only six of the nine weeks scheduled.
During' the time, however. many matches were played by the class teams.
.Xt the second practice ofthe season captains for the classes were chosen
Merle hlaynes. Senior captain. Flora Smith. ,lunior captain. Marie Slav-
ton, Sophomore captain. Rosamond Fuller. lfreshman captain.
The two lower classes had large turnouts during the
season while the junior and senior squads were rather '
small. 4 '
The season was lmroughl to a close in the early spring' F: '
when interclass final games were held. The juniors were 'Zy4?2
conceded honors for the season after the play with the Qzigf' Q
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senior, sophomore and freshmen teams close behind.
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I4'lltS'l' ItUW-H4-rnice Cederlind, Frances Bionda, Mattie Lou Moss, Katherine Hntten-
burg, Earlda Berteh, Marjory Rocha, Eunice XVoosely, Emma Lee Souza, Margaret L.
llarris, Doris Hixler.
SICCUNII RUXV-Nellie Fowler, Lorraine Rolfe, Helen Bailey, Hazel Dodd, Telza Levin,
Velma Moore, Merle Jaynes, Erma. Meliuen, Helen Souza, Mary Russell, Dorothy
'Vllllllv ROW-Miss Aileen Fisk. Coachg Katherine Harris, Pearl Usrey, Dorothy Davis,
Hom-vit-ve Mulcahy, Lois Luker, Martha Murdock, Frances Findley, Gladys LaThorpe,
l"tllili'l'll ltflwilva Iteddick, Gertie Smith, Elva Miller, Jean Hartman, Adell Pedron-
cl-Ili, Marie Slayton, Velda Monroe, Rita Chase, Hazel Haggberg, Thelma Alexandra.
lfollowing' the final games a banquet was held in the art room with
more than 60 girls taking part in a bean feed. Velma Moore, manager of
hockey, was the master of ceremonies for the banquet, and Erma McEuen.
commissioner of girlys activities. was one of the main speakers. Miss Fisk
gave a short talk commending the girls on their fine sportsmanship and co-
operation during' the season. Bliss Proudfoot also gave a short talk to the
girls on thc advantages of thc sports program. Other speakers of the even-
ing were thc team captains from the four classes.
The girl's sports are listed under majors and minors, basketball, tennis
and hockey being the more important majors and all types of recreational
F play being included in the list of minors. After receiving'
points for participation in the various activities a girl is
awarded a student body letter upon receiving a certain
-A number of points. Other awards are made for additional
high point totals.
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B. F. LONGAN
The newest member of the board, Mr.
Longan has studied the activities of this
district much, and has stepped right into
A member of the board until the early part
of this year, Mr. Soults was forced to resign
due to business. During his several years
on the board he helped plan and put into
operation the machinery of the new build-
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ARGU! 0 1936
U51 5 .frrdli
"How do you like my new engage-
ment ring ?"
"I love it. Vvhen is it coming
.. iO --1
"How do you suppose a fellow
with two Wooden legs can walk?"
"He probably just lumbers along."
'fAre Seniors deep thinkers?"
"I think so, for none of their ideas
ever come to the surface."
The baby elephant is sad,
lflis life is dull and gray,
You see, he cannot suck his thumb,
His nose is in the way.
M r. Davidson: iAWl1Cl'6 is that last
S5 I gave you ?"
Eugene: 'Tl spent it on apples,
oranges and dates."
"How did you get that bump on
"That's Where a thought struck
"Will you join me i11 a bowl of
"Do you think there would be
enough room ?"
Mr. Tanner: "And so we find
that heat expands things and cold
contracts them. Can anyone give
George Babcock: 'lYes, days are
longer in Summer."
Butch: "If someone was born in
an airplane, what nationality would
he be ?"
Jack: "Skye Terriorf'
Butch: "No, Airdalef'
Have you heard about the absent-
minded student who took notes on
the commencement lecture?
ARGU! 0 1916
Old lady frecently learned to
drive a carj: "Dear ine, I never
knew till I got a car that profanity
was so prevalentf'
Another: f'Do you hear much on
First: "Oh, yes, why nearly ev-
eryone I bump into swears hor-
.1 O-i .
I cannot sing of autumn nights,
Nor lovers 'neath the moon,
I cannot sing of perfumed Words,
That kiss the still lagoon:
l cannot sing of happy hearts,
Of wedding bells that ring,
Alas, I cannot sing these things,
Because I cannot sing.
"What's the difference between a
horse and a woman?"
"1 don't know."
"l'd hate to have you make a date
i1 O .
"What is nothing?"
"A bladelcss knife without a han-
Don Hoffman: "Do they have a
.Fourth of july in Canada?"
Clark: "Well, of course not."
Hoffman: "Then, what do they do
from the third to the fifth ?"
Carl Vogt: "Dad, can you write
with vour eyes closed ?"
Wad: "VVhv. ves."
Carl: "Well. sign this report
"How do you like your journalis-
"It's all write."
It is better to keep your mouth
shut and be thought a fool than to
open it and remove all doubt.
ARGU! ' 1926
' Compliments 0
+ . I-I. SCHULTZ
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5 NEW LOCATION ACROSS FROM THE THEATER
E We Carry a Full Line of
5 AUTGMOBILE ACCESSORIES
'I Goodrich Tires on new budget
1' plan. No down payment and
I 50c-951.00 per week.
Our Shop contains factory-
' trained Service men with fac-
tory approved Shop tools to
TRY OUR SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION
ARGUS 0 1916
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1: MODEL STEAM LAUN DRY :T
1 E. B. CAMPBELL 1:
li "THE APPROVED LAUNDRY"
:t PHONE 65 332 EAST KERN S'l'Rl'lET
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1 TO THE CLASS OF 1936 AOA ,I
I: Mary Russell: "l've fallen in love 11
1 1 with pinof-ponQf." 1'
fi THE GREAT ATLANTIC Fatherti Ciratelyi WVell. you've got
1: AND PACIFIC TEA to give him up right away. l'll have 1'
11 no Chinaman in my family.
11 The Home of Eight O'Clock Coffee -0- 1
1+ l905-Oh look! An automobile! 1:
1: 203 E. 'TULARE ST. TULARE, CAL. 1025-fill look! A l101'S6! 1:
1: 1935-Oli look! A pedestrian! 5,
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if ELECTROLUX - WEsT1N+GHoUsE REFRIGERATORS if
11 All types of Household Appliances :I
EI MODERN PLUMBING I:
:I Phone 81 122 North J I1
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Ii WE WISH TO THANK THE GRADUATES OF 1936
if for their patronage in the past. May we continue that 11
If friendship in the years to come. EI
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I . .
1: see how' olcl Mrs. Brown is this
CITY LOANS l morning."
LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, c'ASUALTY A few llllllllterl IZIICI' Bulblly 1'6-
Y i ,1 turned and reported, "Mrs Brown
AND FIRE INSURANCE I says it's none of your business how
REAL ESTATE I1 olcl she is."
l2U East Kern Street Tulare, Calif. 1: S-yll1111y111 fgpl- Catalog' ? WUUQIQI1
PHONE 28 I Ulf-
Tulare Electric Hatchery
BEST BABY CHIX. FEED AND POULTRY SUPPLIES
420 NORTH J STREET PHONE 334
'To tlve Sweet Girl Graduate
We want to lnuke it particularly clear to you that Our
Store needs you. Because this is a year in which every
1-ffort will he made by Out-of-Town concerns to offer you
almost any thing at almost any price in order lo get your
trade. When you buy from us, you are buying in your
lown from your own peop'e, and you will find that our
nrices are not only less on the average, but that oul'
standard of quality is just the one that you insist on hav-
ing. Our slogan this year is 'Better than you expect"
and we intend that everything you buy from us shall
prove to be more to your liking the longer you wear it.
May we see you often.
ARGLIS 0 1916
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TRAINERS OF ATHLETES RECOMMEND PLENTY OF 1
GOOD BUTTER AND PURE MILK TO KEEP gf
Athletes, growing children, men Whose 'l
labors demand a great deal of physical
energy, must eat foods that will quick- 1'
ly build THAT energy-nourishing, '
muscle and body building foods.
H LLE GE if
FIRST QUALITY l
.COTTAGE CHEESE, BUTTERMILK Q
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Dairymen s Cooperatlve Creamery 5
OWNED BY THE DAIRYMEN WHO MILK THE COWS 1,
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1: might have been sublime, I1 subjects are you carrying?"
If If it hacln't been kept busy, studying 'I nl IMI, Ifuftlcf ulym CMIYIUS one
J: latin all the time, :P 111111 flfilggmg three-
'1 Everyone is dead that wrote it, ev- 'i . nffho -
if ervone is dead that spoke it, 1' IIWSIII qlxelth Mungerj . I beg
li E ' Q . 1' A I ' Q . 1' your pardon, but I dont quite com-
:i xiesyoiietlgqulit tint learn? lt.-t 1: prehencl the question."
1: fiilorgwkr, Rlliigrimiixl I ' Soph: fHarold johnsonj I clon't
11 'A 1 L' " i ' ' ' I 1, understand the quest1on."
1: Y 1501- I1 junior: ti Russell Henryj "W'hat
1, .W hen clown m the mouth think 1: was that?"
1: ol .lonah, he came out all right. 11 Senior: QL'zu'l Yogtj "Huh F"
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il GENERAL INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - BUILDING AND LUAN
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11 Little girl: "Gimme one ticket."
I 1 Ticket girl: "But there are two
1: 1: of youg isn't the other girl going
11 ' 11 with you?"
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:I Tulare's Original Home-Owned qiqlilgiile thiteiipblit We we hi
11 Cash Food Store with '1 K L i ' ' '
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'1 . . 1' Bette 1N'arren: "Are you Z1 pro-
I: Grocerles and Flne Meats fessional saxophonist ?"
:1 1: Pat Nowell: "No, I just play for
1: 11 my own amazement."
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:I Miss Colton: "VVhy don't you
1: answer my squestion, Anna?" :1
31 h fmirla Mitchell: "I shook my CHRISTENSENQS BEAUTY
1 e. c . 1
I1 Miss Colton: "P:n'clon me, I 4licln't PARLOR
:I hear it up here." :1 -
1 io.. 1 Phone 248-W
1 I thought I saw a field
II Of green and growing grass. '1 JUST SOUTH OF THEATRE
11 Ilut Io, I looked again,
1: 'Twas but the Freshman class. 11
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:I 'ISERVED WHERE QUALITY COUNTS"
If Also Distributors of
:I ROCKY HILL DAIRY PRODUCTS
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If "A Certlfied Dairy" which speaks for itself
1: Phone 855
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I: stnnmling on :I rliinc. why woulfl it I:
I Inc like IX'ooIwortl1's 5 zlnfl III cent I
I slows F" I
J. P. Alverson
I XYlIlIIllQ,'I'll3f'I "IIec:1usc there I
I would he nothing above a dime." I JGWGICI'
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I I iiscrl to think I know I knew I
I: Ihit now I must confess, 122 SOUTH K
I I'hc lllol'6 I know I know I know' I
I know I know thc less.
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I I Fatt: "The boys at colleffc are
I Tulare Drug Stgfe I learning In-in work." 5
I I Humps: "Uh, they intend to IJC
I I officers ?"
I Once a student, lfutt: "No. dentists."
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I Once a Tulare Drug customer, I: Q1 locl thing, a11yhoW.',
I Always a Tulare Drug' customer. I UHUWE th.at?U . .
I ,I uI,l'ZlL'tlCC in keeping tliffai' months
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I TULARE HIGH GRADUATES OF "36"
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Select Your W atch Now
WE WILL GLADLY HOLD IT UNTIL GRADUATION
We also have a com-
plete line of
Hamilton VV'atches 1:1252sfQQQQaQgQgQgQgQgQgQQQg255552215255 ,L
Gwen watches 5
Bulova Watches "i'1':': I ':':" ' ' J ":':':' I
Birthstone Rings ' EE 4.555555335355M188.8.131.52.33555.E.5.5.
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Bill Folds and sets '
We gold stamp your naxne FREE on all Billfolds and Pens purchase-l here.
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We will appreciate
your examination of
GRADUATE JEWELER our merchandise
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Stop Wear Lubrication
W. B. ROBERTSON, Prop.
Cor. Tulare and L Streets
A woodpecker lit on a SOIJIIOIIIOYCIS
And settled down to drill,
llo bored and bored for half I1 day,
And finally broke his bill.
Xlirizun Levin: lprepuriiig lor
lmzlslcetball leedj "Have you put the
little sailors on the table yet?"
'liclza Levin: "Little sailors F"
Nliriam: "Yell, the gobletsf'
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1936
D. T. FRYMIR
Insurance - Fire - Casualty
Notary Public Income Tax Service
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1: FULTON Sz ABERCROMBIE jf
1 INCORPORATED '
ji if TULARE PLANIN G MILL
1 l1 I
lf T'-11319 If J and Plne Streets
:: 124 N. "J" Street Phone 792 1:
11 202 W. Olive Street Phone 336 1:
1: DISTRIBUTORS FOR: 1'
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:i lctor Welding Equlpment 1: Bob Taggznrt had been looking
1: V1Cl30Y K1mb3'H'Kr0gh Pumps :1 over the Valentine cards on the
:1 MaSSey-I-Iayyjg Farm Equip- 1: counter for some time, when the
,I ment :1 clerk Suggested: "Here is a lovely
1. . . 1: Sentiment, To the Only Girl I Ever
j. General Electrlc Welthng Ap- 1, Lovedny,
:i paratus 1: "That's fine," Said Bob, "I'll take
1: :I five-no six."
1: INSTALLATION AND REPAIR 1' -low,
1, SERVICE 1: A :
1, 1: A Sun-dial doesnt have to worry
,: :1 about that future Shadow. Lucky.
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:E WE WISH TO CCNCRATULATE THE CLASS or 1936
:Q ON THEIR GRADUATION
J. W. MURPHY
If WATCHES - MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS - JEWELRY
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ARGUS 0 1936
gt QUALITY BEAUTY AND
1 BARBER SHOP 1
11 PERMANENT WAVING 11
. . 1 1
Home Furnishmgs 11 IYIAIFCELLING 1 11
1 Everything' in Beauty bulture 11
PHONE 139 121 NORTH K ST. 11 MRS. L. D. BROWN, Mgr. 11
1 Phone 274-J 211 Ease Kern sr. 11
11 Tulare, California 11
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INTERPRETATION OF 1 ADVERTISEMENIS
SHAKESPEARE 11 UP TU DATE 11
"The Comedy of Errors"-Chenr Eventnally, 'Why Not N11w---
1511-y final, 11 Graduation. 11
"R0f11e0 and Juliet"YLau1'g Price 11 The FivI'St Thing You 'llllillli O'f- 11
and Bill Bowen. 11 H0H1e Work. 11
"Midsummer Nightis Dream',-- 11 The Final 'l'ouch-Examinations. 11
New buildings- 1, Let's .Have Another-Holidays. 11
"Hamlet"-Dean Swift. .1 13VC1'.W1Cf1f-ECP1001 Books. 11
"Love's Labor Lost"-Ray Sui- 1, 1'fCS1StiJ 6- CSSOHS. 1
def. 1 -GY 1
"AS YOU Like Iti' - Cafeteria There was a chap in our elassg 11
menu. ,1 But now he is no more. 1'
"The Tempest"-hCharleS Fraser. 11 For what he thought was H20, 1
"The Taming of the Shrew"-- 11 VVas HZSO4. 11
Freshman initiation. 11 O ,1
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Slliilgtirvgflll ,ghat EMIS vveu 11 Doctor: tinquiring after boy who
L K fb me ' 11 had swallowed a half dollarj "How 11
--o-1 11 is the lad today P" 11
She: "Look at them out there in Mother: UND 0112111110 yet!! 11
the mud! How will they ever get 11 'H-'U-'i 11
clean ?" ,1 "I chew VVrigIey5', too," said the 11
He: "VVhat do you suppose the 1 small bird, as he swallowed another 11
scrub team is for ?" inch of worm. 11
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 1
. . 11
May We serve them in the future as We have in the past 1
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ARGLIS 0 1936
Ig 232 l,cAs'r TULARE 511
TIE LEPI-l ON li 29
1 R. E. ROUNSAVILLE
QE PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL WORK
I: FRIGIDAIRES, GAS APPLIANCES
1 Electric Washers, Ranges and Water Heaters
ll Tulare, California
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lt takes about 1500 nuts to hold
i an automobile together. but it takes
1, only one to scatter it all over the
Il liarlv to hed-earlv to rise
1: Keeps one's kid lirotlier lroln
:1 wearing one's ties.
it "NVlicn is a teacher where lie is
,I nXYllCll lie is beside himself."
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A detour is the longest distance
between two driven points.
Mr. lirwin: tin gleej "Why don't
you stop? Can't you see that
liletty llusong: "I'm not tired."
Miss Conley in Eng. III.: "Eu-
gene, will you give a description of
ll tdt 3"
liugene Davidson: "I'm not quite
that tar yet."
if DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING UNITS
1 I. Case Farm gllaclvinery
l CENTRAL CAL1FoRN1A
1 IMPLEMENT comm 'Y
ft Telephone 896 320 East Tulare Street Tulare, Calif.
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gl Shoe Repalrmg for Everybody It EYSTER'S 95 STORE 11
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:i 119 East Tulare Street 141 SOUTH K TI? ARE
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I: E. A. COYNER 1: Headquarters for Beach and 1:
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1: Thorogood Shoes for Men and Boys Bathing Supphes
1: 1 ' 1:
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1: TULARE, CALIFORNIA '1 at 5151.00 and up- 1:
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1 Little Sandy: "Hey pa, lets 5711 to 1: 1:
:i the Centennial Pageant, it's only a JEFF CLARK
1 . 1 1
1: dollai. 1: 1
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1: Sandy: "Next tune, laddle, l1CX'f u Son elrap ane ed ers
:: timer!! :: Willys 77 1:
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1: Telegram: "VVashout on line, can- 1: Gene' al Auto Repau 1:
:I not C01'IlC.H :1 Body and Fender Painting
:1 Reply: "Come anyway. Borrow TEL 583 149 NORTH K ST :1
1' a shirt." 1' ' ,l
1 V176 editors do div and write
1: Till our fingerbends are sore:
:1 CORDER'S GROCERY :1 lint some young guy is sure to 11
1: 1: blurt, 1:
1: . :'I've heard that joke before." 1:
It Best wishes to you lucky 1: L.-0-.. It
1: SCUIOYS I love to watch the ticker tape.
:1 :1 .f'Xnd see the prices fallg :1
1' : , 1: 'l'o see how much I've saved on 1'
1: GLEN CORDER, Plop. 1: Stocks ,:
:I By having none at all.
1 1, 1
1: "A""'""""""""'"""'"""""""""""""""""'f""""""""""""""""" 1:
1: WE EXTEND OUR CONGRATULATIONS
gl to the graduating class of 1936 11
" UPERIOR BAKERY "
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ARGLIS ' 1916
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1: GRADUATING CLASS I:
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1: Some powder goes otf with a llright Une: "Secretary of XVar in :1
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lf PLYMOUTH DODGE 1:
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If 213 North K Street, Tulare, C3l1fOI'I113 I1
Ig DODGE Pmivroum 1
ARGUS 0 1936
Swim at 1
TULARE PLU GE
SAFE, SANITARY, CLEAN, TESTED WATER if
12 BLOCKS WEST TO SIGN ON OORCORAN HIGHWAY 1
AND ONE SOUTH 1'
L. S. Sheppa, Ofwner '-
Wilbur E. Bostard
SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR 1
ARGUS 0 19!6
'Ulflenis W earn
11 Dave Rickards flu Auto Mechan-
11 icsj : "Did anybody lose a Wrench?"
11 Pat Murphy: "I did."
. 11 Dave: "XVhat's your name?"
11 Pat: "Pat Murphy."
11 Dave: "This isn't yours, the fel-
From 11 1ow's name on this is Pat Pending."
, 1 1' Miss Powell: "Give me a sentence
Q 11 using the word "Analyze,"
-' P- P- P- 11 Charlotte Mitchell: "My sister
SHOE STORE 11 Anna says she loves no onc, but
11 oh. how Analyze."
BA K OF AMERICA
NATIONAL TRUST gl SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
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TULARE, CALIFORNIA 'i
7,000 C'!4CT65 Of
H. C. MERRITT, Jr., Manager
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TUL RE ICE Comm Y
ROCK - SAND - FUEL if
AIR CONDITIONED REFRIGERATORS
"The Refrigerator that does more than just keep your foods coldf'
420 South K Street Phone 59
'l Suiter' "NYl1'1t ffoes 'mrouucl a l'
TULARE Fooo COMPANY Ig PM N Q:
il Kuuey: "A clog's tail." 1:
Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats. '+'f0?" 1:
Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, and 1, Many a truerworcl has been spok-
0 en between false teeth. 1
Household Goods. 1: -YY0l- 1,
i: Soph.: "Think of the Spmiizlrcls
' ff ' 3 OOO 'l ll ."
Telephone ss 128 South J 1: bomg 1 U mms O? 3 Sa em 1
1, Fresh.: AW, don t bCl1CVC every- 11
TULARE, CALIFORNIA you hear about these foreign
1f i li
FROM E RTH' 1
While Pm a Photographer 1:
It'll be my Prlde, It
The best of Photographers I'll be, il
I'll make you a Portra1t 1
All Sparkling with Life
None else can Produce but me. Q
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ARGUS 0 1926
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if -. Announces that her exquisite
IE 1 Q VENETIAN TOILET PREPARATIONS
ii 51, fm' preserving and cnhzuicing the lllflllllj' of thc Skin.
3: am may always lie haul at
'I 1 ll -1
,1 1- BEEBE DRUG STQRE
I: See Our Complete Line of Graduation Gifts
1: l"Rl'Il'I IWILIVERY l'll0Nl'l 110
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:E 'Ihc Sliznlus Ill. night were falling
I1 Stewart-Wa1'ne1' If 'HSV
1: 1: 'l'h1- l'll'L'Slll0 stcppul on it zinrl
11 11 rnshccl past.
If .X crzisll-he flied without u sound.
:: Tliey ufienecl up his hezul unfl found
1 - :xce Sior.
15 Ig --...,..
5: frtllpglierc- does steel wool come
1' LOCATED AT STURGEON KL BECK "From the Sheep in the iron
If 11 n111nntainS."
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5: To the
ft Cl2lSS of
Ig WE WISH YoU MUCH SUCCESS IN
ALL YCUR FUTURE UNDERTAKINGS
1 Montgomery Ward
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Anaux Q 1916
1: ' ' I
' REFRIGERA I IO 11
t FOR THE HOME 'g
' THE DAIRY 4
THE RESTAURANT 5
, THE TAVERN
' THE SERVICE STATION 5
THE OFFICE, ETC. Q -
:E A EE
. W e are jQzctory agents Q
1 far the Norge
THE FAIRBANKS-MORSE E OO. '
'I THE SUPERCOLD LINE ju
:Q We solicit your business with right material and right prices 5
Y CRO W E ar
Hardware 86 Electrical Works I
,: "WE KNOW THE PUMPING PLANT BUSINESS" E
:E PHONE 90 ' TULARE, CALIFORNIA 1,
ARGLIS 0 1936
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Ig THE CUX LUMBER COMPANY
1: ALL TYPES OF BUILDING MATERIALS
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1: Buy Food Supphes From ll .Xt even time I joy to fling
:1 1: Mc down with a thunl on the oh
1: hed spring. Oli
I l D ,H
1: l'IlUGRESSIVE INDI-:m1NoEN'r I1 llglwvsr "HOW ya fcclmgf'
:l 1: liicliarclsx "Rotten"
1: lluwesz "l2l7hat's a lllZIttlil'?l,
:, ,I lxiehards: bot lI15Ol11l1lZ1.
li You help to build your own community l: lluwesi llow Come? . .
:1 by patronizing Tulare owned stores- 1: .lXlfllaffl53 VVUIQC ul? tWlCC ill ills
,: 1, Ilistory lecture this ulternoonf'
l: Russell l--ienry saw a sign post in
1, the Country. It :'ez1d,t"l'his will take ,: , ,
:: you to 1-ipton,-, -lie sat on it for 1, Aft Safaljlan
1, two hours, and then sanl, "I wonder ,:
:1 when shes going to start?" 1, TAILOR
1: ---l0-i- :1
:i Laugh and the teacher laughs with
' YOU- ' Hi h ualit Suits read-to-
:l Laugh and you laugh alone. g q y '
,: But the first is thg joke of the :, Wear 01' tailgr made,
:, t01lCllCl'lS, 1:
,: Anil the last is the joke of your own. :,
ARGLIS 0 1926
-' A S W E E T 1'
1: O I
:: DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST
1: 138 South K Street Tulare, California 1:
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:I "What kind of animals are
1: SENIORS ! Y 1: those ?" 1:
1: "Looks like reindeer." :1
:l May all yOl11' :1 "Did you hear me ask you what
1: dyieams Come 1: kind of aninials those Were?" 1:
'1 ' lvl- 11
1: true' "What's all the row o11 the street :l
:1 about P"
1: 9 1: "Only a wooden wedding." 1'
1: Buchanan S tiWOOdC11 wedding P"
:: Stationery : "Yeh, zr couple of Poles are get-
11 1: ting married. ' 1:
11 DELICATESSEN - GROCERIES 5
1: , 1:
lg Furniture -- Hardware 1
:Q 1+'A1zM MACHMERY Ig
SPORTING Gooos ft
32 7 1+
ARGUS ' 1936
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f. , NATIDNAL 1
1' ,-'U ' 1
1' I TT '
1: PA CLEANERS ,
'f 1 VALFTUP' I:
:I I ,ell Q .I H N . H 1+
1, fe- I' or Better SGYVICG 1
h - fr., .,. ...-".
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i H. METZLER E DRS. HENRY W. FOX AND QE
I Optometrist SHERMAN ROGERS 5'
149 soUTH K S THEATRE BUILDING i
0 ' N . ': 's A ws '
1: DRS. FULLER, ZUMWALT, E .-,fi2tif,,I'tFilfQQ.-"'11Ja,,lElTQ RXHEQ 5:
1: MATHIAS AND WATKE S I ve done myselff
ADVANCE BUILDING lu the game its GRIT, h
' ' ln spinach it's terrible. 1
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1 lo the graduatmg Class of 36 IS due from us our
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IE Remember as you go thru life you will be able to go your best in a lf
BUICK - OLDSMOBILE - or PONTIAC 1
' STURGEON BECK 1'
ARGUS 0 1926
DRUGS - CANDIES
208 South K Street
Lady Cto little boyj 1 "My dear.
does your mother know you smoke?"
Small Boy: "Madam, does your
husband know you speak to strange
Miss Read :fsternlyj "This essay
on 'Our Dog' is word for word the
same as your brother's."
Keith Munger: "Yes, mam, it's
the same dog."
Used Cars - Gas, Oil
EAST CITY LIMITS
JACK ROGERS :Q
ELKS' BUILDING ll
JIM'S CHOP SUEY
Tulare, California il
A: "I was walking with my girl 1:
when it began to rain."
B: "lYas she frightened?"
A: "Well. all the color left her 1:
She stood beneath the mistletoe.
He knew not what to do.
For he was only five feet four, '
And she was six feet two. 1:
OFFICE BARBER SHOP
128 South K Street
"We Cater to the Best Patronage"
5 Chairs - Baths
PICIKERING AND RUSSELL
DEAN SNOW'S 'A
"A NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICEH If
Gas, Oil, Groceries and ji
ARGUS 0 1936
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