Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA)
- Class of 1937
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pubiished each year since 1897 by
the students oi Tuiare Union i-iigh
Schooi as their otiiciai yearbook
To stop at the ciose ot a
busy year that has been
ith activities and to
reiieve these events in our
rnindsg to have triends and
irienciships recordecig to ever
keep a warm spot in our
hearts tor Tuiare High
Schooi --- to rnaice these
things reaiities is the aim oi
the Pxrgus iq
Titie Page Administration
oi this district, the schooi
board, administration, and
to the workers, con-
tractors, iaborers, aii who
had any part in the ex-
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After years oi planning an extensive building
program, is nearing completion and will mark Tulare
high school as having one ot the best plants in this
section of the valley.
The new auditorium. being completed this spring,
is truly an asset to the school and the community.
Nr. ll. U. lloward, president, has been one ot the
leaders lor good new buildings.
Mr. Ray XX'allacQ has always taken an aetive part
in student activities and has been a proponent of good
and necessary buildings.
Nr. Arthur Patterson. clerk, has been exceedingly
active in civic affairs and represented the school in
these various organizations.
Dr. lilmo R. Znmwalt is a member oi both ele-
mentary and high school boards and helps coordinate
the two systems.
Mr. Bart l,ongfan is always a backer of policies
for better and more modern schools.
BCJARD CDF EDUCATl0N
D. O, HUNVARD li. F. LONGAN l'll4NlO ll. Zl'MWAl.T
RAY XVALLACIG ARTHUR l'AT'l'l4lltS0N
VV. B. KNOKEY
PPJN. W. B. KNGKEY
One of the outstanding characteristics of Ameri-
ca today is a desire to be differentg distinctive. Evi-
dence this in the builder, who points with pride to the
new features of his creation. Or the salesman, schooled
in the distinctive points of his product.
T his desire also finds its way into our schools as
shown by changing curriculums planned to meet the
needs of those pupils who will go into industry as well
as schools of higher learning. Additional courses in
' ' init are being experi-
fields found in our own commt y
' 'll be introduced as rapidly as pos-
incnted With and Wi
l'lain, inexpensive, yet beautiful and useful are
the distinctive features in our new buildings.
Distinctive also is the reading of the ledger bal-
ances as we take stock in the final weeks of the school
year of l93o-37. To the members of the student body
of Tulare Union High School a credit balance in the
accounts of good sportsmanship, school support and
dependability. To the members of the faculty large
credits in the accounts of loyalty, cooperation
wonderful support. To the members of the
V737 a real feeling of sorrow that you will
us for greater achievements.
--VV. B KNO
ice-Princiyml, Dunn of Girls,
N ll. l5l4ll.l,f-Vicc-Principal, In-un ol' lioys, lfrcsh-
ser, iixploratory, English, Scztlpers Club, Athll-tics.
,HRA l,l'1l-I Blfll+IRSf-liutin, lflnglish, Honor Society, Lat-
INIISS IRI-INN l'UNl.lGYf-l'lm:Qlisli, Junior Adviser, Debate,
MISS IIl'll.lCN t'Ul'lCl,ANlJf1Art, Clothing, Exploratory.
DIR. GICHALIH ICRNVINH-Vocal, Athlvtics.
MRS. l"l.0Rl'lNI'l'l FAI'I,l,--l'ori'irnel'cial.
'MISS AIIACIGN FISK--Girls P. Ifl., Attendance, IAGAA Club.
MR. DALE GLICK-'MntlwlTmtics, Economics, Everyday Iiltnr,
Golden 'l' Club, Athletics, Senior Adviser.
MR. GARN IIAYUOCK-lfomrncrciul, Scalpcrs Club, .lunior Ad-
MR. JESSE HNXBICHG-fScieiicc, Exploratory, I5 Iiettermcn
MISS MARY HOLMANV-Art, Exploratory.
MISS VIOl.l4l'I'Tl4l .lOHNSONf-Home Making,
MR. JAMES XV. JONES'-Muthemzxtics, Journalism, Sulcsman-
ship, Chess Club, Sophomore Adviser, Publications, Athletics.
MR. CHARLES N. MARSHAIJ,-Alloys P. E.
MISS VIVIICNNIC MuctlUVI-ERN--English.
MR. J. li. Mc-.MlLLAN-Agriculture, Home Development, Fu'
ture Farmers Club.
INIR. N. E. OLSON-Coinme-Yuial, Carnera Club.
lst--XVilmh-r, lit-ll, Um-rs, Uonln-y, Vonclztiitl, lllrwi
Znllf-l-':iull, Fisk, Glick, Hziycocli, llcxberiri, llo jun.
31'cl-Johnson, Jones, Marshall, Muctlmivt-rn, ill' 1 Jlson.
'lie Ml, , . .
'th Suiter, Tanner, ...-
Znd--Russell, Sheesley, Smi ,
Srd-Vincent, White, Jones, Seavers, Burrox
MR. .l. C. l'ALTRllJlili'-History.
MISS GWENMAR POWELL-f-Engglisli, Spanish, Cominervial,
lVllSS LUCY l'ROYDFUOT-MG-iI'lS l'. E., G. A. A. Clulv.
MlSS GLADYS l'RUNTYf-Home Making, tjounsellingr, Fresn-
main Adviser, Home Economics Club.
MISS MAE 'RAMELLI-ASpanish, Girl Reserve Club, Sophomore
MR. CHARLES RLISSELl.f'Science, History, Everyday Life,
MR. CLAYTON SHEESLEY-'XVoomlworla, Automevhanivs, Au-
MR. J. RENNEL SNllTll-,Farm Meclutnic-S, Exploratory, Arch-
MR. F. C. SUXTERK-Automechztnirs, Automotive Club.
MR. A. E, TANNERf'Mathernatics, Science, Honor Society,
MlSS LUIS THOMPSON!-l-liifaflish, Senior Adviser, Dr-amatics.
MRS. REETA VINCENTfScience, Exploratory, Girl Reserves
MR. CYRIL VVHlTEf-Instrumental ltiusic, Philharnioxiic Club
MlSS RUTH JONES-0fiiC9.
MR. JOHN J. SEAVERSf,Finann-iul Sec-retftry.
'MRS Jl'LlA R. RURRONVS--Bookroom.
'MR, THOMAS Mc'KEIGHAN-'Attendance Athletics.
' 'Mechanical Yiraxving.
NIR. A. L. LOOlNlhR
look back on the tour years rust past we
years spent building a foundation for luture
and successes. This year has been the
year ol that building period, the year when we
start to see luture possibilities.
But these four years, and especially this pas
e been hard ones. NN'e have asked you meni-
1 in activities with
bers ol the student body to carry or ,
such inhibitions as no auditorium and insuflicient
' ' Q 'rit is wut-
That you have responded in good spi 1
l You have taken the situation, and,
ting it mild y.
without grumbling, have made the best o .
I t ke this opportunity to not only thank
" 'ful spirit
u but eoniniend you on this wonder .
PRES. BGB SCHULTZ
lst--Sturgeon, Henry, Loorner,
2nd-Hillman, Lowson, Peterson,
Student activities rest with the student council,
ollicers oi which are elected by the student body and
Uliicers serving this year werei President, Bob
Schultz: Vice-President, Barney l,oomerg
Anna Mitchellg Treasurer, llewitt Clement: Commis-
sioner oi Boys' Activities, johnny Sturgeong Commis-
sioner oi Girls' Activities, Genevieve Mulcahyg Com-
missioner oi lublications, llster 'l etersong Commis-
sioner ot Forensics, Kenneth Kuney, and Yell Leader.
Yiroinia XYicl1s. lilizabeth l,owson was 'tn ex-otiieio
member representing the Girls' Student League and
the tour class presidents served in the same capacity
as iollows: Senior, Russell lslenryg lun
lslillmang Sophomore, Kenneth ilenard, iirst semes-
ter and Charlotte Mitchell, second semester, and
Freshmen, Fred Allen, iirst semester and jay Mitchell,
second semester. Mr. Knokey, principal, and Mrs.
Wlilcler, vice-principal, represented the tae
All athletics, rallies, school paper, programs and
dances were handled by this group which met regu-
larly every Tuesday.
l t l ewffne. composed of
Although the llirls' Stuc en . . g
all the girls in the student body, was unahle to have
group meetings, due to lack of sufficient room, the or-
ganization had a very successful year.
A party was given in honor of the freshmen girls
at the heginning of the year in order to get them ac-
quainted. The li. S. li. did a great deal of welfare
work, especially during Christmas time. Christmas
harrels were placed outside the offices and the classes
competed for honors of having the largest donations.
Many articles of clothing and non-perishable food
were gathered in this way for distribution. Other do-
nations were made hy different groups in the school.
The organization held its annual haekwarcl dance
in the spring which proved to be one of the most suc-
cessful dances given during the year. These are only
a few of the activities of the G. S. L.
The officers: Elizabeth Lowson, Presidentg Doro-
thy Chisholm, Vice-Presidentg Anna Mitchell, Secre-
taryg Bette Xllilbur, Treasurerg Patsy Rosson, Social
Chairman and Bette NVarren, VVelfare Chairman.
lilder is adviser.
C-5lRLS' STUDENT LEAGUE
lzst---Vliislioliii, l,owson. llosson.
-- .. .... . Xvildc-l', Mitchell, NVilhux'.
livery person who has ia ' 1
Tulare high school during the past 20 years has proh-
ahly become acquainted with Mr. Shirk, the janitor.
During that time Mr. Shirk has worked at the
school iroin the time it was just an "iniant" until it
XA has grown to its present size. lrle has been on hand
. to handle the janitor work during the building oi
every huilding heing used hy the school. The only
holdout to this record was the old administration
' ' ' ' ll the present auditor-
. Corning to this territory several years heiore the
turn oi the eentury Nr. Shirlc has seen not only Tulare
high school hut the entire valley grow to its present
position ot a yaluahle diversiiied farming territory.
He has seen Tulare lake hoth dry and lull several
times and today is one of the hest informed historians
oi Tulare and Tulare county.
His tri ' f cl loyal
with pride that we say,
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some accomp is
ed As senio .. " lishment wil we
' ' ' ' rt of tinal goa xx '
ached alter tour years ot prep
will review this a
in the annals o ,
l hment in which we have par-
l l es-
' re thu atcoinp
hviduallx as a wo l 'hich we
' ' l ture years, we
' -hool career.
timentalli, in u
' ' 1 it as the climax ot our high sc
'o 's, the heart-
' "ll remember the 1 3 V
' - -ienced
Collectively we ni
' ' nd the chills which we expei
thee the thrills a
a' . .
" as a class.
' ' ' nae court, and
Soon our numerals will he in alum
' l ' ot the past.
U7 will be t tung
the class ot Us .
' ' ' ' ade. traditions broken, new
'ith the c
'lraditions ni V
ings, new teachers, new friends. together xx
' anorainic review ot the past iew
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ll aw bv in the p
untiringlv co p
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eara You. as a class. have my 1
' lent and together we have ac-
with me, as your presn ,
ornpliehed much-'leaving behind us our reco
' ' ' ' e and integ .
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ability, courag ,
Rl' SSELL RYHGN RY
lstfACoopex', Henry, Davidson, Knoltey, Smith, Cederlind. 1
Zml-Harris, Sullivan, Chisholm, Vvilbur, Gladney, Valine, 'lhoniDS0H-
I - , .
The Senior Class Council consists of elected rep-
resentatives from the various senior home rooms.
They are elected at the beginning of each semester.
From the council the following officers were elected:
President, Russell Henryg Vice-President, Patty Sul-
livang Treasurer, Bud Knokeyg Secretary, Dorothy
Chisholm. The council members for both semesters
were: Bette Yllilhur, Kenneth Smith. Annie Gladney,
Eugene Davidson, Ronald Brown. Ruth Cederlind,
Rose Valine, Frances Cooper and Margaret Harris.
The class started the year hy putting on the first
footlsall rally and made history in December with its
outstanding Christmas dance.
Senior sweaters, hlue with white huttons and
numerals, were chosen early in the year.
Several seniors were outstanding on hoth A and
ll footliall and haslcetluall teams and are playing an
important part in the success of liaseluall and track
Russell Henry, president. and Harney Loomer
were the affirmative team that won county debate
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MYRTLE AR1101lN,l'uuiic'i1 1. 11zis1u:t1m11 L, .,, .
1, 2. 3, 4 Hume livoiimiiivs 1. 2, 21, 4, May Fe-to 1, 2, 21.
ESTHER 1,11.1.1AN A1iC1f11'11i'-G-1x'1 Itescrvm-fs 2, 21, 4. 4'1im'us 2,
3, 4. Visai1ia 1.
WVARREN VERNON 1f1AX1.1'1Y-AAuimiiotivi- 1, 2, 11. 4.
LOIS 141CR11AN'1'Z'--11utin 1. 11111 Rcsvvvos 2, 3, 4. Tum1111ug
2. May Feta 1, 2. NVzu'-W1'iu0p -1.
1"1tW1! 1'51'11'i11Y--'l'2l!lit'1'1l 11, 4. Spzuiizdi 1. NVui'-XV1wup 4.
OIIPHA 1R1CN1'l 1i1'1SS1C-"1'u1n1m11nfl. 1, 2. ll1f1 1h-svl'x'1's 1, 2, 21,
4. Seut. 2, 11. Cuunvii 4. "t.1i'uwixig Pains" 11. Ui'vhostl'zi 1,
2. Nlay Fete 1, 2, 21.
BARBARA JEAN B1RK111+1A11-fl111'1 Rose-i'vvs 4. C1im'us 1, 2.
Bluy Fate 1, 2, 3. Lzttiii 1. k1ii'1':4 .Xuiunintku 3.
M1'1LV11,L1'1 li. BUVX'1'1RS-1Autmimt1v1- 21, -1. Auto Show, 1,1-zulvr
4. Argus 4. BaS01Ja11 4.
ARDENE FRANKWCS HRKJNN'Nf'1'uxii1i1iiig 1, 2, 21, 4. Latin 1.
May Fete 1, 2, 3.
DORIS ELIZA1l1'1'1'1'I BHUXVN--110nie licmwoniimts 2, 3, 4. May
Feta 1 ,2, 3.
VERA ISRUWN-film-key 12. Girl Reserves 1. Tumbling 1.
Nlay Fate 1, 2, 3. XVQLI'-NVhu0p -1.
110B1G1t'1' D. HUHNAH11--14'0u1bui1 4. Automotive 21, 4. Travk 4.
AVA BURNS'-Spzuiish 2. Girl Reserves Zi, 4. May Feta 2, 21.
VICRNA MAE 15U1i'1'S1-iiumw Suviety 3, 4. Latin 1. Home
'cg ii. May Fm-te 2, 3. Chorus 21, 4.
' ' 'T1.1CRff"tlx'ow1iigq Pains" 11. l111'1 Re-
' May Feta 1, 2, 3. War-
BUELA11 BERNH 11, 141
serves 11. Counui1 1. Latin 1.
1"ix1uv, 111-rguiitz, Merry.
' -uwn, E. liruwn
' iflmrn, .XI'v1wi', ,. V
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21 arriera, x,ns..W,
s Fhidexster, x,....,..
Bitler Car oz , .
Chamber. , ,
' der, Cory.
lst! i ,
Std-Clark, Cle , Cooper, bor
RUBY 1Sl7Tl,.l'1l-lfglloclwy 3, 4. May Fi-Lu ll. Liirl lu-servcs 3,
4. ll. A. A. il, 4. Volleyball 4.
MAl!l'1l, CARlJOZAfllmne lifonomics 2, 3. Spanish 4. May
Few 1, 2, il.
LIGNA CAHRllCRAf'l-lonw 'Economic-s l, il. Basketball 4.
lluuliey 4. Girl liesurvm-s 4. May Few l, 2, CE.
Hl'1llNlAN CTASSADAY-Track l, Z. Jr. llmicl 3. Radio 2, 3, 4.
Band 2, 4.
lilI'l'H ClCDlCRlllNl3-'Class Fuuxwil l, 3, 4. Tumbling l, 2.
Girl lil-servvs il, 4. Home Ecmxoniics i, 2.
Mll.l7RlClT li, CllAMl4lGRS-fl'uuuty Churus l, 2, 14, 4. A Ca-
pella lflwir 4. Hume livmmniics Sect. 4. Girl lkescrves 1, 2,
X. XN'zir-NVh00p 4.
lil"l'lll'l .JEAN PHAMl5lCllSffllnnw li4'mmmic's ZX, 41 Pres. 4.
Uluss YQ-ll l.ezule-r ZZ. Uuuuty Chorus l, 2, il. Bzislietlmll 4.
Nay Feta l, 2, 3.
lillTllAlll7 CllllBESTlillf-lizxiiszis l, fi. lhislielbiill l, 2. lii-Y
lNlllU'l'llY A, ClllSllill.Nlf'llii'l Re-se-rvvs l, Z, il, 4. Class
Couuvil 3, 41 Sect. 4. G. A, A. Cuuuvil il. Uv. S. l.. Council 3,
4. Urn-hestra 2, tl, 4.
MARTHA CHRlSTMASf'l4zu1d 2, il, 4. Girl Resvrvos 4. Hock-
ey 3. G. A. A. 3, 4. Nlny Feta 2, fl, 4.
Jl'ANl'l'A CHl'RC'llYVl5l.l.'-Apiwlie, Oklahoma.
GlGORGlC li. Cl.ARliflf'ooLlm2ill 3, 4. Golden T 4. Automo-
Hl'1VVl'l"l' M. CLDZMIGN'l'ff'l'rvus. Student, Body 4. Football l,
3, 4. 'l'rziuli 2, 3, 4. H Lvttcrniain 13, 4. Argus 4.
FRANCES COOPER,-Purteirville l, Z. Girl Reserves 3, 4. War-
Xvhoop 4. Class Council 4.
ELVA iMARC-ARET CORlfJl'lRf-"Growing Pains" 3. Chess 4
May Fete l ,2, 3.
ELDUN E. C0RYf4l!ziml l, il, 4. Orchestra 2. Golden T 4
Track 3, 4. Philharmonic 4.
" " -1. '1'umluliup5 1,
' i'iN'l'X-Jilmmw lim-oiimnivs 1, ..., .,,
' tr- 1 2 3. Volloylmll 4.
LORRAINI-1 . .
2, 3, 4. ilovliey 2, 11. May be , , ,
ROSIE i'0S'l'A-glint-key 21. Spanish 4. May Fetu 2, 3.
KA'I'Hl'lR1Nl'1 K'RA.14'1'R141141-1-May Fvtl- 1, 2, CS. lioukoy 3, 4.
Home licononiivs 1, 2. Archery 4. 'Tumbling 1, 2.
MARY CREADUR-G. A. A. 3, 4. Basketball 3, 4, Capt. L
Hockey 21, -1. May Fete 1, 2, 3.
BICN DAMKUN-filulid 1, 2, 3, 4.
1C1'l1l'1Nl'1 141. 1JAVll7SONf-Ulziss fkmunczil 1. Latin 1, 2, 3. Build
1, Z, 3. Chess -1. Xvztr-NVh0op -1.
HARRY DAV1S-fwisconsin 1, 2, 11, Boxing il. Automotivu 4.
JANLES N. DAVlS--Cnrunu 1, 2, 21. Truck 1, 2, 3, 4. Orvhos-
tru l, 2, 3, 4. Junior 1'la.y 12.
RAYMWSD EARL 1.1141 VINE-Spanish 4. l-li-Y 2.
HAZICL l.l'C11,1,1f1 1701515-Jliasketlmll 3, 4. G. A. A. Council 4.
Girl Reserves 4. Home 1-Ivonomics 1, 2, 3. Hockey 3. 4.
1Vil+1R1.1-1 DODS-UN-!15usketimll 1. Automotive 4.
ED DUTTO-'Future Furniers 1. 2, il, 4. Pres. Future '14'zxrin-
ers 21, 4. Track 4.
BOB EASTON'-Burns Flat 1, 2, ZZ. Track 1. Baseball 2, 3.
Junior Play 3. Basketball 1.
RUTH 1+1RNSTf-Drmna 3. liasketlmll 4. Girl Reserves 4.
MAlJ1Q1.1N1G F1511lflit--Uoiiixty Vhorus 2, 3, 4. Girl Reserves 2,
3, 4. "throwing Pains" 11, 11. A. A. 4. Hovkey -1.
iv' -I.. ljosiu, lt. Unsiu, KTi'atht1'v0, Ci'02Hl0l'. T7HlN1"'l1-
'I Davis, J. Davis, Devine, Dodd.
4 -- l
1st-Fisk, Foster, Fraser, Giotlo, C11ad. V '
21111,-G1:u1ney, Hurrah, A. Harris. M. J. Harris, M. 11. Harms.
15rd-Henry, Hoffman, Edward Hogan, Edwin Hogan, Hohlbaugh.
NELUA MAE VKSK.-f-1.1il'1 llusurves 1, 2, 11, 1. Hmwkuy 2. May
Fr-te 1, 2. Tumbling 1.
DOROTHY FUSTER'-lbrznuzxtics -1. 'May Fen: 1, 2,
CILAKLICS D. 14'RAS1GRf1mUn 1, 2, 3. Chess -1. Cmss Council
1. Ora-hestra 1, 2, 13. War-XVh0op -1.
VVFU J. GXUTTKif-Fnotbzxll -1, Vnuhty 1. V, Pitltlllbilxl 1. Au-
tomotive 1, Carpentry ZX.
IIIGXAGN l.1TCl'1h1,1'1 l,11,AD'fM:xy Feim 2, 3.
ANNUC 411.A11N1f1Y1-l1ir1 Re-serves 1, 2, Zi, 1. Uhxss l'4mm'i1 -2,
May Fate 1, 2, 3. Chorus 1, 3. Vo11m-y1mH 4.
1J1'1.XN 1IARRAHM-'1'rzu-k 3, 4. Bzxskx-1lm11 1, XVQLV-XVhmyp -1.
Uunwru 3. Bzuxd 2, 4.
,X1.1.1f1N lf1,1VlG 1f1A1l1i1Sf11zxm1 4.
M.-XRGAR1G'1' Ll. If1ARR1S--C1z1ss Ulblllltin ZS, 1. G. A. A. 2, 3, 1,
Gir1 Rvservos Counvil 3, 4. Business Mgr, "Growing, 1'u1ns"
11. Hcmur Society 3.
1N1A1i11A11l'1T LUICLLA HARRIS-IHUIHH' Sfwil-Ly 1, ZZ, 3, 1.
llnvkey 25, 4. k1ir1 lleservvs 3, 4. May Ve-Le 1, 2, 35, 4. Tumb-
1il'SS1C1.1. 111'1NRYM-l'1zx:4s 1'1'vs. 1, LS, -L Vuuuxy Uvlmtingxg 1, 2,
4. Com. of F01't'I1S1L'S 2. "Growing: Pains" 3. County Baum
.1 IGSSE YV. 11OFFMANf'
PIUXVAHD "JACK" 1'1Ul,1AN--Mtwrris, Uklu., 2, ZZ. Fmnlbidl 23
Blpgr. 3, 4. 15211111 2, 3, 4. Chorus 4. L1n1f1eu 'F 4.
1C1JW1N "BUS" HOGAN-fM01'ri:4, Okhx., Z, 3. Fmwtlxull 2, 3, -1.
11o1dQ-xx T 4. Uzxud 2. Chorus 4.
FRANCIGS M. 11OH1.13AU11H-ffhrl 114-sm-1'x'es 1, 2, 25, -1. Chorus
2 ,3, 4. G. A. A. 3, 4. Hockey Z. Dx-zxmuucs 4.
ELVAN VAXVII, ll4lNX'l'ISf-Lnlin l, ZZ, 12. Vlu-ss 4. llmmul' Su-
uiety il, 4. Un-ln-sun 2, 4, Sr. Athletic Mgr.
MAY AYABUC lk'lllNAGAf-'Fumlsling l. Home 14I4'llllUlHl4'S l, I
Hoc-key 2, 3. Archery il, 4.
MlYU lZl'MlfAllmun' Son-lety l, 2, 15, ll. lluuliey Z, 3. Girl Ru-
surves 4. Lamkin l. Arvllcry 25.
Hlfli-H .IlJllNS-,Spanish l. Autmnnllvu 2. Chuss 4. Trzwk 4.
.ll'ANl'l'A .lUllNSUN-'ln-lnuu l, 2. Girl Reserves ZX, 4, .llunnr
Suulvly ll, 4.
SAKAYH li,X'l'Sl'lil---llonm livumnnlcs 1, 2. A1'sthc1'y li, -l.
Holxm' Such-ly 2, ll. llnclcvy 2, 3,
DAVE KlliKf4l'leAmmns, Texas, l. lfuotln-Lll l, Z, 3, 4. Strath-
nmre, Z. liuslwtlmll l, Z. 'Fl'1LL'4i Z, LS.
ANUIS Kll!KPATKIUK-'Autuxnotlve 4. Hi-Y 1 Z, 3.
Al,lf'lil'Ill KNAl'l'-Future Fzu'xne1's 1, 2, ll, 4. Sculpn-rs ll.
llllkilflll KN0lil+1Y---llmnl 2, El, 4. liuslietlmll 11. Class Cunn-
vil 4. "4,4l'0XVlllg Pains" Il, XVRKI'-XXYYIUOD 4.
KlCNNl'1Tli KlTNl'1Yf!S1mh-nt Uounc-il 2, Il, 4. Class Cnunvll
1, 2, 3. Cln55 Pu-S., 2, "Growing Pains" il. Counly Ovuhus-
tru Z, 3, 4.
DURUTHY XVINl1"RlClJ l.ARl3U'1ll-fllonlu l'14'ln1ol1xius 1. Girl
Resorves ll. May Fcte l, 2, 3.
li'l'HlCI. MAE IAPAR--Girl Reservcs 4. Many Fume l, 2, 3. Glx'l's
VPZRNUN l.0UMlGlL-Suulent Body V.-Pre-s, 4, Cum. Forensics
Cl. Flaws V.-Pres, Ll. 'fllrnxvlxxg Pains" 3. County Dulmtlnyj
2, 3, 4.
l'1l,lZAl!lG'l'll M. lAlWSUNf'l'1'eS. G. S. L. 4. Givl Rm-survvs l,
2, 3. ljzunl l, 2, ZS, 41. Sect. G. A. A. 4. "l1r0wlngPu.lns" 3.
su -lluwvs. lc-lulnnpxu, Izumi, Jnlxns, .lulxnsmn
nd-flizxlsnlu, Kirk, liirliputrls-la, l4mxmw,K1xulu-y.
r1l,4liuney, lA2ll'll'Y1i'I', hour, Lunmer, lmwsfm.
Niederoo Mills, Minole
1st-Lyngzholm, lV1arnlshlzux, . .,
Zndf-Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Nagel, Nallmndian.
n Noguchl, Nunes, Parller.
lfnturo 1f'zu'xner:s 3. 4.
HARRY C. LYNNllU1.B1-1-laltixx 1.
11ll'lNl'1 MAM1SlllAN-fllmnu Economics 1, 2, 3, -1. Hockey l,
2, il. lluslletlxzxll 4.
.lUllNNll'l 11. Nl-llWHRKBS-1-Automotive 3, -13 Co-Vllot 11. Car-
pn-ntry 13. Auto Show 2, il, 4. '
1l17lil'1R'l' Alll1lCllY M.ll,l.Sf15ztl1ll 1, 2, 3, 4. Tracli 1, 2, 4.
Football 2. Ilnsketlmll Baseball 3.
1llil.1A MlN0l.lfl'l"l'l-f-Horne 1G1wnnomlc's l. Spanish 4.
ANNA VllllllNlA M1'YL'lll-ll.l,fSevt. 'Student Body 4. Sect. G.
S. l.. 3, 4. Girl llosorvos l, 2, 3. County Orchestra 2. Hoclify
Alll.lllilCl5 MAILHG 3100lili-fllomo l'1l'Ol1Ul'U1CS 1, 2, 11. VVLKY-
llll.Xl'lG MUllllANfl.zttln l, 2, Girl Reserves il. Camera 4.
llonur Society 1, 2, 4. 'May Feta l.
L'l,.XllA Nrltilfllfgllonu- ldconornlvs Club 1, 4. U, C. Baslietlmll
'1'l-um fl. War Wlwop 4. Jr, 'fumbling Club 1. Band 2.
Nllilfl NALBANll1ANf'Aut0n'lUtlve 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2,
l-'lL.XNlll4lS 141. Nlil.SON--Peyton, Col., 1. Fullerton, 2, 3.
l4'R,XNl'l'1S A. Nl'lXVNlANf1H0A'li1-iy 2, 3, 4. Latin 1, 2. Home
l'll'unomll's -1. G. A. A, 2, 3, 4.
1'1l,l,l'1N AYAKO NOG1'Cl'l1l4SDal'xlsll 1, 2. YVRT-Whoop
nis 1. Arvlwry tl, 4. Hockey fl, 4.
TONY 11. Nl'Nl'lS-'Automotive il, 4. Carpentry 3.
llUSlGMAllY l'Alil.1lill-AG. A, A. Pouncll 4. Honor
' ' 0 County likllld 3 "Growing
2, 4. Hockey ., -1.
YUFI l,l1--lluslivllmll 2, il, 4. llol-lu-y 2, 3,
' ' 4 XVzn'-Whoop 4.
RENA M. 1'l'11v1uv.N . .
4. Latin l, 2. Girl Reserves L, 3, .
ESTER M. 1'l'lTl'lR5KlNf1lC1lii0r' Avgus 41 ASSL 3. L.,
2, 3. Girl Reserves l, 2, 33 Council 23 Treas. 11. Honor S0-
ciety 1, LE, 3, 43 Pres, 2. "Groxvi1xg11'aixxS" 21. J
BOB VINKEH'l'UNf-lS:uul Z, CL, 4. l'hilhzLrm0xxic V.-Pres. 4.
Automotive 2, 3. 'Frzlck 1, 2, 3.
HENRY THOMAS l't3Ol,lf1'-'l'1'zwk l, 2, 3. Archery Il, 43 Pres.,
RAY PlbS'1'UN---lfoollyull l, 2, Cl, 43 Capt. 4. Track 2. B Let-
tvrnuxn il, 4.
IJONALU 1'Rlil41t'li-l11'xxnx Major 2, il, 4, Golden 'l' 2, 3, 4.
Footlmll l, 2, ZX, 4. liaxskvllmll 2, ll, 4. Ruse-lmll 2, 3, 4.
l'lCARl.lNl'l M. l'UllllfJl'umlrllng l, Ll. Home lflconomlvs l, ll,
3. Cunxeru 4, Hovliey 2, 11, 4. 'VVz1x'-X'Vh1mp 4.
RUBl'lli'l' l3lLlfl'E Pl'NTl,l'lfAlEzxslietlxall l, 2, 15, 4. "Growing
Pglimf' 3, Golden T Cl, 4. Tr-nuls ZS, 4. Class CUlllll'll l.
lCl.Ml-IR HAY-flmunty Urvhestrzl l, 2. County Chorus 2.
"Growing l'uiu:4" 11. 14uslu'tlmll 3.
MBNA Rm!-1lrffl.miu l, 2. Girl Resefves 3. Home Economics
l'1lAVU0lW RlSlNllf-lf'ulure- l":1rme1's 13.
MARIO RlCllARD RUSSO-'Automotive 4. Carpentry 3. Base-
PAUL MAl1l.l'1N Rl'lZf-llusketlmll l, 2, ZZ. Golden 'l' 3, 4. Band
2, 31, 4. Football l, 2, 13, 4. Baseball 2, 3.
lll'll.lSl'lR'l' lll'Sll-llfootlmll 2. 3. Golden T 4. Automotive 3,
4. Glass Ummm-il 23. llaxud 2, il, 4.
.IAUK RYAN-445 Fomlmll 2. Automotive 3, 4. Spanish 1. War-
' dv Pres., 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
' 13 Treas. 2,
HU!! S-Ulllfl.'lZ-1-Stuslenl lm ,
Business Mar. Argus 3, 4. Class V.-1 res.,
' " Pains" 3.
' " V-l'4-alronm-Ili, l'vl4-rson, l'lllliL'I'lllIl, l'ool1-, Vostolx.
" 4- l'm'tle, llzuy, Rm-1-sl.
' ,L ,
a B Smm-. A
' 'all, Teglm.
lst-f-Shoenliair, Silvier , .
Znslfll. Smith, R. Smith, Snider, I
31-df5tewa1't, F, Stone, M. Stone, Sullivan, bw
FRANCES MARHG Sll0l5NHAlRf-Home 1f1K'OlllJl11lL'S 'l, 11. 'May
Fate 2, 3. Camera 3, 4. Volleyball 4. Tennis l, 2.
llllil. SMlTHf-B Football l, 2, 3, B Letterman 3, 4. Class
Council 3. C Basketball l, 2. Wm'-XVnoop 4.
DON S-'Nll'l'H'fFootball 2, ll, 4. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. B Let-
tt-rnmn 2 ,3, 4. Track 3. Class Council 3.
FLURA 'l'l41Rl4lSA SMlTHf-Girl Reserves. l, 2, 3, 4, Council 3,
Pres., 4. Class Council 3. "Growing Pains" Basketball
2, 3, 4. Hockey 2, 4, Capt. 4.
Kl'1NNlC'l'l'l "Cl'RLEY" SNilTHfl3-asketbzxll l, 3. Football 11.
Class Council 4.
lLlt'llARD LEE SMITH'-Autornotive 2, 4.
VlVlAN SNlDl'lRfHome lflvonomivs l, 2, 12, 4. lluskvtbull 3,
4. Dramutivs 4. Chorus l, Volleyball 4.
MARY ANNA SPEAK!-Home ldconomivs l, 2, 3, 4. Tumbling, l.
lvUltl'lNl'1 lfl, STl+ll'Hl'lN5UNf-Home Evonomivs 2, ll. Basket-
ball 4. Girl Reserves 4. May Fete l, 2, 3.
liltlGXlGl,l, STEWAl1'l'-f-Football l, 2, il, 4. lmslu-tlmll l, 2. 15,
4. "Growing Pains" 3. Golden 'l' 3, 4.
FRANK STUNl+lflland l, 2, 3, 4. Class V.-Pres., 3. "Growing,
Pains" 23. War-XVl'1oo11 4. l'hilliarmouic 4.
N.XY'NAl1lJ XV. S'YONlGrfAutomotive 3, 4. K'ai'pent1'y Cl.
l'A'l"l'Y M. SlTl.l..lVANIllirl Reserves. l, 2, El, 4, Class Coun-
cil 2, 11, 4, V.-Pres., 4. Ui'che-stiwt 3, 4. Honor Society 2, 4,
.llNiMllG SNVAl.l.f-Automoiivo 3, 4, Golden T 3, 4, Pres., 4.
Football 3, 4. lflzxseball 3, 4.
ll lil TEGlilAf,l5usketbzlll l, 2, 21, 4. Football 3, 4. B Let
fmun 3, 4.
GULDIE 'I'IIIQASIIEli-Ilumlwling l, 2, ZI, 4. Ilsmm' Sucim-ty 4.
Basliellmll 2, 21, 4. I-Iorlu-y 2, ll. Girl Ilvservvs 2.
IIAPHAEI. .I. 'I'HRUNEI5liIlYf!If'uture Farmers I, 2, 3, -I. Xviu-
ner Poetry Vmmtest, Vztllvj ll.
MARY TltIS'l'AlI--llome Evunomivs I, 2, CI. May Fe-tu I, 2, 3.
Iixrl R1-serves 4. NYztr-NVh4mp 4.
INMIA 'I'I'I.I.EIJUHsHume lic-mwnxlc-s 2, 11, 4, Se-vt. 2, Tvuus. I.
.IUIIN HENRY l'11"I'EGR0VE,J
VURIJ I'I"I'ICIIIIUVIC-gTI'zlUIi I, 2, DI, -I. Cami-rat 31, I.
ELSIE VALIM-fHume Econumic-s l, 25, 4. Spanish 2. Many
Ifete 2, 3.
MUSE VAI,INEf-Ilrmw Ex-oxmmics I. l'Iuss L10l1I'Ik'Il I. Ilmmr
Society CI, -I. Basketball 3, 4. Hovkey 2, 3.
GElt'l'RI'IlI'l VAN Htll"l'ENf-Girl Resvrves l, 2, II, 4, Ualxixwt
3. U. C, Iiaslietlmll 2. Speetllmll. Iiuvliey, li. A. A, Uuumzil.
JANE MARIE VI1SSl.EIt-gllovlwy 2. May Feta l, 2, 3. Ilunnu'
Sm-in-ty 2, tl. I'I1IIharmmxic 3, 4. Chorus I, 2, il.
HELEN VIRGINIA WA'I"I'ERS-fH0me Economlvs 2, 3, 4. May
Fete 2, 3. NVar-Whoop 3.
URRIS K. XVEBB-f-B Football 21. THICK 3, -I.
BI'1'I"l'E NVIIIIEFR-fi'0unty Chorus 2, 3, -I. G. S. II. Council 1.
I'. C. Baslietlmall 2, 23, -I. Argus 4. "Growing Pains" 3.
GRACE WII,HllI'I'f!'Fuml:lixxgg I, 2, 3. May Fete 1, 2, 3.
EILEEN ID. XVILSONf-Girl Reserves I, Il. Draxmatlcs 4. May
Pete 1, 3.
JESS YOUNGfAuto Show 2, 3. Automotive 3. HI-Y 2, Cum-
lst-'I'I1rusIwr, 'I'lu-mu-lwrry, Tristzxo, 'I'uII1-du, I'pu-gruvu
2mI1-l'pteg'ruvP, Vulim, Vsxlinv, Van Iluuten, Vossler.
3rd-XVzttters, NVQ-lrlm, W'iIlxux', NViIhoIt, Xvllson, Yuuugr.
, 4. '
, x ,
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Biilimukxwlrf I-1.'G'd'W'!U, '
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fix- V ' c TE "
'Sas h 14 ""' I
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f ' " '
unior Council this year was
he composed ol a group ot willing workers
ii ' ' ior class activity
the year a success.
nder the splendid guidance ot llonald Hillman,
the class entered into school activities with splendid
The junior Play, "Billy," which was presented at
the Central Grammar auditorium in November, turned
out to he a huge success with a packed house hoth
The second semester Student Body ticket sale
contest was won by the junior class.
The class was well represented in sports as well
as social activities. johnny Sturgeon, last year's
Sophomore president, was selected as all-county quar-
terhack in ioothall.
Two members of the junior class, 'Donald llill-
man and Bud Zumwalt, were on the school dehating
team which won the County title.
The other officers to serve during both semes-
ters were: Harold Tremhley, vice-presidentg Gerald-
' ' d Dick Hesse, treasurer.
ine Eyer, secretary an
i making every jun
l l Nl XY-2l'r1-:sidx-lit
DUN lll ,.. . .
lst Wilson, I-Zyl-i', Mulcahy, Murdock, Kenna-dy, Monroe, lfiiirllvy, lonlrg.
ind -'l'rvmlllm-y, Hesse, Seaxvn-rs, Forlses, Hillman, Dvuririg, Zumwsxlt, llutlr-iilir-wx.
NL----Niliiii. .Xrn-mis, Aiivn, iingaxn, iim'i'i:1,
2nd-fiicrii, Flyer, ikiviim-u, ihwhai, Suuzzi, iizixx'iiim'iw, kim.. .,.. I
Lirdf-Driiiing, Hagan, XYhiie, Nziiizwia, Nici'1w-11. .innvs, Musa-y, ik-ru-ii, i,:i'iiw.,,, , nn
Mix-fi'iuiimiisei'g:, Nixon, MvCaxiiistex', Suirgreim, J..iniS.m, iimie, ifcwiws, iinusv. imngiais.
Sth-'XVuiiik:uiI, Greaiver, iiomiiwi, XVhiic-, Aiinnii, Junvs, i,ua'ia, Rnvhzi, Ainimiiziii, Sinnws.
6lh'f'U2iyi'0Ck, Hawes, Simmuns, Monroe, Drzikc, Cooper, Finiey, Rossini. iliondzi.
ISL--llusscii, C1'ziinix'cc, Frank, Mzwiimzz, 'Ui'i'uu, Ti'm-xiiiaivy, liwiiigg,
!ndf!liiiinmn, Fixn-h, Sizuiggiitev, Pic-kesingg, 1're:4ton, hearing, liaiggiwi-gg, ,Xi--xninivr,
Liiwiglmie-, Tuiikuiis, Crisp, New-i, Nioixrue, Siuyton, Mzmdrilio, Lynch, Ernst, Mnrmiucic,
'iih,i'iiis, i1i'muiei's, i.ooinn'd, Sozwevs, Morrison, Roddy, XVurrvix, XX'iiii1iins, Hnwzird,
5 ' " Hover, NYhite, Gast, Conley.
sl-fR:x1'x'ier, lmlln, llifm-V, Vvhilu, Mau-Un, 'Frm-mhh-y, .M-usa-u.
21111-ilimvttu, l'oih'm1m-Hi, Swnusmx, Mulvuhy, Snnmsrm, Xlxxttmnwxgg, Lunmr, i'odo1'1ind,
hwlf-Hu114Ha-, Se-hluh, Lukcr, Urudh-y, Haxrris. NVQ-hh, Suutlx, Raw, Hhmuh-s, Bravo.
Uh,-1'ull1'ichg1-, R1-ssutti, kfhumh-y, Wfmd, Zulxxwult, Arkalinlx, Mzuhlnx, llruwn, Nord-
slrmn, XYilli:uns, lmrriur.
lsl-'-Hull, Hillman, .hmm-s, H1-sm-, V4-upm-r, LUN-y, tim-y,w1'y.
21111---Yuxu-vy, V.mm'h1-1', 1N1Hl'lill, XVlw:xt, 'l'1wm:xs, Bl2ll'QOSi2lH, Suyhw, llohvrts, Us-vk.
h'd-11,1-wis, Kzxtsuki, Shm-nhnir, Rush, Nusa, Rnvisvimxi, Sinuws, izumi, lHg1lun,
Hhl-Hnhnun, Wilsmx, i'unlw1-H, Miller, Km-um-dy, Ahzxffw-1', lmvis, Iiludloy, Nl1H'l,ill,
XX'-mslq-y, llixh-V, llvvel, Russotti.
semester eonneil ottieers were: Kenneth
President? Ora Wlialey, Vice-Presidentg
Fuller, Seeretaryg and Dorothy Sweeney,
The oifieers were all changed except for th
president for the second semester. Charlotte Mitchell
was elected to the presidency. Ora Whaley' held her
position as vice-presidentg john Sullivan became see-
retary and Vlfayne lrons was installed as treasurer.
The activities oi the class started out early with
the making of cardinal and gold megaphones and
small pom-poms. These were sold at rallies and ioot-
l ll frames. Blue and gold and red and white mega-
' ' h Stanford-U. C.
mhones were made yust preceding t e
girls basketball game.
The class advisers were Miss Ramelli and Mr.
jones. There were seven home rooms the iirst semes-
' - ' f re uresentative was chosen
ter and six the setond. Une 1
serve on the council. Class rings
from each room to .
' ' 1 the spring lor next
were picked out and oi dei ed late n
l'lliXlLl,H'l"l'lG Ml'l'f'lllC-ld, -- Kl'1NNl'l"l'll XHGNA RD
Nlilvlu-ll NVhistler, Sxvuenc-y, Nvhuley.
s llillman, Rumley.
lSl---XX'lllm-. l"ullul', l , , I
Zlllil--.loin-s, Hooper, llenurcl, Sullivan, ll'0l'l,,
l St"Olll'Ll, Trvrnlmley, llisvoner,
Knopf, 'XXX-st. Sullivan, Roush, lrons,
2nd-Curtur, Thruslfxer, Arenrls, llnrnarxl, liertvh, Jones, Yendes, Polson, Harris, Gomllnho,
3rd--Fogul, Nvullzwe, VN'l'xl5tler, Fuller, ChrisLmus, Moore, lckels, l-lurris, liirlwr, Smith,
4tlx--Vlnvent, Booker, Buris, Burney, Benneu, Seraiin, Llossoul, llossomi, Bowen,
5th-Jones, Ferrusci, Cleaver, Burner, Curry, llrnard, Riclu-us, l'ur5ell, Booker, White,
Munger, Drilling, Tanner.
lsLfANVhitu, Cruwiord, Costa, llnnl, lfulglxzun, Preston, lil-lxllu, llivlnn'
Zxxdfbllzmmp, Heiso, NVvbb, Noia, Sweeney, Childers, Hoyt, ll lunge
Brdf-Slwosley, Ruvoin, Myers, Tonlkens, Douglass, Young, ogul,
4tl1fAl'offeo, Nlurtim-z, Hurter. l Mlnolettl C' ne,
Mulilmoyl, Vugygus, Wfzrtlains,
K num ,
f ll',,,,L V
lst-fiiihsmx, Midmlh-lmx, S111-ph--rd, Smith, u....... Y
'Zuclf-11uH'i, Juhnsrm, FiXI1k'hLAl', XN'm'l4-y, Unssudy, Zuidm-rwvg, N.-.... ,, ,L-0
'Zrd-1X1:u'iiu, lmnis-lsun, 'Hugh-y, Ke-Pk, l'uulwm-H. 1'rin-1-, Nh-lsvn, .Xmlq-rsmm, 'l'nu,.,.x,
'urr'u1l, Phillips, 'Murthy Reynoids, Gunn-S, lwnpq-x', 'WHsnn, Vnwx-U,
-1LlxfI.uuxm-r, Alves, L
Nl,-Tail, Davis, Smilh, Alh-11, Guesl, Rocha, Kim'u,d1', VippijculL, lizxguu.
Zml-'1Zm'hu, Harris, llrmxl, Brown, Royal, Girtulx,,T5,fJ'f Tztstju, Harris, Munn-, Mih-h1-H,
U4-vk. 1 4 1, K
-irau, XY1Hizxms, Tristzw. NYUOSM-y, Liwdlm-, S4'l'ivt'll,.l'2l1ksSli'I', GI: nvy, Whuh-y,
YNYQ K V i
Ijbicnz , ., nu, Mmmmu,
Nh!-llzlms-Nfl, Uxwkh-y, laxvznxo, Luncas Q
l'1ml'm-1' l'hiHiUS, GTX D 1
, X ,
xlmv NV:xNzu-Q-, X w..
f xcellent sportsmanship at the tra-
o e , ,
given them by the upper classmen
freshmen off to a successful year. Fresh-
were an amusing sight around the campus
' ' . , . . , 1
'ide out and backwards ana
their dresses worn ms
they were without makeup. The boys Wore their
pants and shirts backwards and were forced to cover
their faces with makeup.
' ' '- f ' the council the fol-
From the group chosen oi
ere elected to office:
lowing people xv
Katherine Long Vice President
llelen Soults Secretary Casey Santos
Treasurer Darrel Rumley
ll arrv Smith
iXs activities for the vear the class sold candy at
I , L .
two football games and at one school dance.
Following custom. the class decorated the goal
posts for local football games.
'i ' " ' cf the Freshman class
The only represcntatixes 1
to crve on the student ' - 1 'l uresi-
s - .
dents, Fred Allen and jay Mitchell.
council were thc c ass i
lflll-Ill ,Xl.l.liNfe.lAY Ml'l'Clll'll4li
lst--Alwtxit, Moran, Johnson. Allen, Mitchell.
Jud- e 'om-v. Dodson, 'Sir-lst-ii. Rose, Soults, Poston, lluy, llanipson, l'l'Llllly.
,,p,,lm,n,'l,ny guitar-' not-lg, Taekett, Sisson, Scott, llnyesh llumley, Watson, Matz, Long,
File Santos, llumley, Seperali, Smith, Smith, Donohue, Byrd, llawluml,
llli-Allul-osc. 1 , H
114i-fNniios, Godinho, iiaxvris, Mali, Hogan, Pennebuker, Miiciwii. Hnrunziii, Mmiriigu,
2ii41fSoi'i'0is, Hawes, Souza, Stevenson, 'i'zu'keiL, Miiton, Novi-s, Cortez, Stvezxni,
11111,-Ethridgxge, Pivniico, Huy, Dodson, Ljui'rie:i'o, Sisson, Avhorn, Kimhro, Vinugor, Fhiivy,
Lonrd, Long, Seitz, Bennett, Gmwiai.
-ith-fKinman, '1'oiQdo,Davidson, Box, Chuwhwm-ii, Santos, imnivon, Boyer, Hmiry, Jones,
Longs, Vitni, Xifheat, Cuvgxiii, M2106-overn.
Inhfflnz-Miihxn, Stocker, Peck, Preston, Scott, Santos, Choboiun, Lzihhir, Rudi-i', iluboso,
Donahue, Moyie, Moss.
lsi-ACzu'reizi, Main, Czirdozu, Moore, Vouyer, I-'izunining ,Uh-n, Byrd, Amos, Qnrroix,
2ndfLoi'enzo, Ferl'eirzi, lirynnt, Curry, Harris, New-is, in-uvin-ourt, iintuinnn, iminron,
Cory, Bray, Goodman, Ponce.
livd-'Asiin, Brown, Tuion, Rivhurds, Bniivr, Ci'zihU'm-, Unniuron, J. Mnviin, Sturge-on,
Hzunpson, Row, L. Carta-r, Brown, D. Uzwier.
4t,hfRin'iis, L. Bevens, Frutnozo, M4'Fzi1'imni, Andvrson, Vniidm'g:,i'ii'i, Anwijinn, BXIIXUYS-
hizin, Ain-n, Gurizxnd, Mcifziiiistm-i', Klreeiey, Perkins.
Mix-fkionwz, Uniier, Smiin, Rush, Rodriguez, 1'eri'eii'u, Nowbrough, iz.-Mn-v 'Dodson
. , ,
Teixvirzn, Perry, Russeii, Be-ers.
sl-4Mm'k, la-himiun, Yrique, Munn, Sunni, ui..
.limi--iiaiya-S, iluggun, imiigi, iwismvii, Suniu-i, Swuiis, Mui'dm'k, Uwvns, lmvis, .Imum-Y
3111-JXViison, Guetiiv. ilumiitmi, Liiiw, Suu-in-r, Nix-lson, Snitvr, Rum-, 'i'vixvi1':1, Cunt-
weli, iiziiim'm'k, Mzwiiignxsiiiiwi, Mzirqiwz, Uuiwizliid.
-Mix'-i'1liix'uI'1i, Milli-i', 'i'iu'ner, 'i'r1-muin, Rising, iiuixe-i':4, .iziqiu-S, Mun-iiaxdu, 'i'0ixeir:i,
lwiin, Mzxviiigiaisiiiru, Wiliizims, Huck, NYiiiizxmS.
Glhf-Jmws, XXX-luis, Smith, Thomzis, Mzidlinx, llmili, Miwiwii, Smith, Sizuish-ii, iiuivli,
NNW-lvh, iitiiririgm, liiitivr, 510l'i'iSOli, imnia-ismm, Taylor.
iikii-lin-limi, Smith, Swuii, Mniiroe, Luke, 1'edi'niicwili, iiuisuki, Jviisvii, i'vi'c-iru, Rodri-
guez, Santos, Nz-wbruugh, Siuii, Lieuwhzxni, S-Luton, Vchiiu.
lst--!ll4-riiuiidvz, Souza, imc-z, LaMont, Muruu, imps-Z, Mmmvy, ifimlin-y, lirniil, l.zu'imei'.
Zlmi,-Sa-uit, Huy, 'i'hnmpsmi, Pugh, Pusuvii, Riimh-y, liuiiwz, ilussuiii, ii1u'i'is, Kziiuwiuii,
Kuzurizm, iiny, Mndrugo.
livdf-Num-s. iizinsmi, iii-vvis, Tiiomzis, Wzitsmi, Santos, Souza, iinssuui, lwul'sLr0eL,
i"4v:4ls-r, iwi Huy, l'i'uw, Mzxiizwii, Szxuiiders, Johnson.
Mix-fSii+-iwiwiwi, Sziizis, Ruth-r, Ryuis, i'i':xlvti'l-e, l'au-iwvu, Kviiy, ifulimi, Mvmlmivzi, Swv-
" 'thimh-1-, his-if, Hows-S, Gross, ihutii, Liiiruxidzi, lmvis,
4-nsmi, N A iria,
- - fu-imnms, Mviiiiiiim-y, Nas
.- - ,md -
ii, V M
Mktiw gf , ' 1 K - ' WhsiJ."" " FJ ""' 'P"" Ll3?lafifi1ZiliA.4'.M..':if
. fi- '
-xi -, 5 .
,. f , i g-L' ff
, ' H-fb"17l4'8?.'3 3 V
the hand at many parades and outstand-
'ors --'ave an exeellent
the three drum maj . T,
to the group.
Don l'reeee aeted as signaling major and his cap-
almle leadership carried the hand through to many
honors. The peppy manner in which he managed his
position brought many favorable comments from the
crowds. llis uniform consisted of a white flannel
suit, red tie, and a high furry hat, red plumed. The
year marks l'reeee's second year as drum major.
'l'he twirling majors, lieith Munger and Mil-
Nl'llred Lallister deserves mention
l'ed Callister. l'1C . ,
' 'llulare has had.
ci ,. .
' x "Ht --'irl drum major .
'ms being the ins 5
' " ' ' tl e leaders with the ex-
Their outfits were similar to 1
' ' " "l l tons, which they carried
f the hats l ie ma
l U' was dis-
Ception o . .
wer ' ' ' 'nd difficult twir ina .
e wielded elex Lllb, a
CAlll.lSTl'1R, l'lilClQClrl, BIUNGER
istfwhinger, i'aiiister, Preece, Nitcheii, NVnan-,,
dock, Moran, Harris, Mist.
2nd-'Cory, Gibson, Leonard, Treinbiey, Mitcneii, iii-Ck, Rumiey, HGH-, -Y BTL
3rriffMoore, Christmas, Runiiey, Mitcneii, Rose, Suiter, Kfmniilwii, Hoyt, Whaiey, Dod-
son, Roddy, Knokey, Fuiier, Harper, Harris. I
-ith-fSianghter, Daniron, Pinkerton, Cassafiy, Davis, Rush, Pariier, NN'histier, Wiison
Findiey, Lowson, XVeinkani, Viekeringgg, Thompson, Guest.
Eitnffwhite, Johnson, Brown, Rush, Hail, Stone, Hogan, Miteheii, Cory, Aiieu, May
berry, Smith, Christmas, Ray.
The band, iiving up to its spiendid reputation
oi ioriner years, participated in many activities as toi-
Concert at County Fair, pep numbers at Schooi
Raiiies, sponsored two iootbaii raiiies, basketbaii
raiiy at Theatre, attended aii home iootbaii games,
marching maneuvers, concert and iootbaii game at
Visaiia Armistice Day, Republican raiiy during Eiec-
tion, attended aii home basketbaii games, Parade Han-
iord Home Coming Day, Victors for six years. Parade
Visaiia rodeo, victors three years, demonstration pro-
gram for Caiiiornia-XX'esteru Music Conierence, Vai-
iey section heid at Tuiare. concert Commencement.
Soioists, Duets. Trios and smaii ensembies at Ciubs,
A ' ' Pubiic gatherings. Parade
SoioistsffChariotte Mitcheii, Rosamond Fuiier,
Roger Nixon, iames Leonard. ilurwin Niitcheii, iiienn
Moran, Anita Yyhistier, Ora XYhaiey, Margarite ii ar-
ris and Frances Harper.
Four band members were chosen on an
coast band. with names irom Caiiiornia, N
zona and the Hawaiian isiands.
es. Churches and
For the past two years the orchestra ha
handicapped in their activities because of a lack of
auditorium facilities, liowever the record is still fair-
ly good when all circumstances are considered.
'lihe activities participated in this year include:
Orchestra football rally. concert numbers lor lun-
ior play, radio program at the XX'onian's Club llouse,
Spring Concert at the First Methodist church, concert
numbers tor the Senior play. llaccalaureate program
and Solos, libuets, Trios and small ensembles tor Ser-
vice Clubs. Lodges. Churches and faculty programs.
Soloists---Don Hillman, Bud Bisconer, Mildred
Callister, Rosamond Fuller. Anita XYhistler. Roger
Nixon, Harden Finch, Gladys l,a'l'horpe and Robert
'twelve members of the orchestra in the all-coun-
ty group which played at institute Were: Kenneth Ku-
ney, lilvan llowes, 'Rosaniond Fuller, Bob Schultz.
Roger Nixon, Harold Seavers, Janette iiiist, Dorothy
Chisholm. Anita Vtlhistler. Ora Mae Vtlallace, Reynold
llisconer and Mildred Callister.
First Kfircle-Uallister, Davis, llampson, Greeley, llallowell, llawes.
Sf-i-ond t'irele-Garland, VVallaee, Hiseoner, West, Hillman, Harris, Siinoes, Vursell,
Third Circle-Sullivan, Schultz, Harris, Rode, Huttenberg, Finch, Beck, Kuney, Harris,
Forbes, Nixon, Nvhistler, Fuller, Grant, Nielsen.
' ' ' 'ers, Dutto, Drilling, Hawes, Brown, NVhiti-,
Standing--Souza, Lathoi p, 'sein
, ,ii K -,, .,
lstf-Fztiwlit-i', liertn-li, tfarreiro, brewed,
Chohodiun, Lynn-h, Middleton.
Zndf-Girton, Arborn, Butler, Harris, Carriero, tlirtou, lirouu, ,
Alves, Yanoy, Buckley.
3rd-Ajones, Damron, Edwards, Souza, Fedroncelli, LaMont, Jensen, Cooper, Douglas,
Separak, Allen, Allen, Byrd, Phillips.
4thf-Valine, Rhoades, Godinho, Vastbinder, Poston, Vlfatson, Davidson, Davis, Cooper,
Poston, Johnson, Moore, Fancher, Harris, Seltz, Hamilton.
Sth,-McGinnis, Heise, Sturgeon, Costa, Maddox, Vinson, Reviea, Perry, Anderson,
Cooper, Jensen, Carriero, Simmons, Harris, Choboian, Kirlcer, Borba, Smith.
The finished work of the advanced band is due to
the training received by the members while in the
junior or beginners band. One part of the junior band
is comprised of members who have played no musi-
cal instrument whatever before coming to high school.
The rest of the group is composed of students who are
still in their first years of musical work.
Any good day one can find different members of
Nr, YX7hite's second and fifth period classes, which
comprise the iumor band, doing individual practice
work at various places throughout the campus.
After serving in the beginners class for a year a
student may transfer to the more advanced class for
students with from one to three years of experience.
After serving in the junior hand the best students
are allowed to try out for the advanced band.
Although the iumor group plays much of the mu-
sic used by the regular band it makes no public ap-
pearances. Near the end of the year the two groups
get together and stage a big contest for chances to
try out for the a
Mr. llrwln ll
year he has h.ul the truest fflte tluu
xectecl at 'l'ul.1rt Unron llwh Sehool
The glee tluln p.utu1p4tecl ru spttml pmoqnuna
events throughout tht Near bxpptcuxng tt tnu t lm
meetings. churth programs .uul sthool aetnxtres
A relnurlanlnlt tlnng dhout thrs xedrs musrt or
' th rt hw pertent ot the group .ue
n the two
tl mu anal Ang
X Lapella exo
ew en mem
An all tountw
llwh School plaeecl s
sler and Nlxl
this year Pl
hers in that -uoup lhey xx er
clrecl Chambers, sopranos, lxathryn Brass, a
George -lonts tenor , Daxxcl l3ulvoSe, bass, Don Coop
' ant .incl Bette NN lllbllf, Alto
Llnll--W'illizuns lumeo 1 um berxexrt Butler 1
" -' nee, Xxllllll'US Rolfe NlllUlNlllll1 'wttton Nl lun Llxytue Sounr Roy.,e1s
lt- lortnlo l itll Nluquoa Dupu lo 3,
Q mpxou lloa, H1 Hou
lstfhuck, Jour-s, Hroaders, Sullivan, Smith, Cooper, Hogan, Hogan.
Lind-Butler, Finley, Hogan, Sampson, Hogan, Soults, Allen, Finley, Rhoades, Castle.
3rd,-Cantwell, Chambers, Chambers, Noia, Archer, lchinaga, Warren, Reardon, 'Wal
lace, Bowen, Stout, Hawes.
4thf-Erwin, Sweeney, Staten, Tackett, Fisher, Yxfilbur, Besse, Dare, Hohlbaugh, 'Voss
ler, Smith, Lloore, Ray.
l-l0NiE RCJOM Cl-l0RUS
This year Tulare High School had the honor oi
placing 20 memhers ot its chorus in the all-county one
which sang in Visalia at the heginning oi the year.
Representing Tulare in the all-county chorus
wcrez Mildred and Ruthe Chamhers, Madeline Fish-
er, Bette Vtiarren, Kathryn Brass, Virginia Vificlcs,
David Duhose, Don Cooper. Eldon Cory, George Cur-
ry, Ronald Brown. Verdo Gregory, Andy Andonian,
Maida lloward, jane Vossler, Mary Staton, Bette
NVillvur, Audrey Smith. Floy Dare and Xlilayne Luck.
Mr, lirwin conducted the chorus which
participated in programs throughout the year. This
year the chorus was the main unit ot the community
chorus which is made up ol the hest voices in Tulare.
The community chorus sang at the annual Christmas
"Messiah" program at the First Methodist Church.
Orpha Hesse acted as lihrarian tor the chorus and
Rohert Seavers iillecl the ioh oi accompanist.
Bette XNillnur. Mildred Chambers. and lane Voss-
lcr. seniors this year, have served for four years as
memhers ot the all-county chorus. an unusual record.
At present the group is practicing tor the presen-
tation ot its annual program at graduation time.
Nlarch l2 in the fen-
Drania Night was held on L .
l Frannnar school auclitorinin. Two plays were
' 'lass. hoth receiving a
furnished hy the clramatie c
l of praise.
Nl't 'T was 2
great clea ,
' ' U " ilav, "The XYicl1ly's . i e, .
" ' stnclent director.
lhe lnsti L'
lirectecl luv liileen
comedy c ' U
The characters were as follows:
Mrs. KlcTerrance, Margaret llarrisg Denny
NlcTerrenee. lihner Rayg Nora, liileen VN'ilsong Xlieh-
ael Colins, Raphael Throneherry.
The seconcl play. Uforney l,ays The Ghost," was
a mystery clirectecl hy Dorothy Foster. a stnclent Qli-
rector. The characters were as follows:
Nlrs. Carey: Grace Morgan: Mrs. liartlet, Tilya
Corclerg Zoe, Patty Snlliyang Corney Farrall, liliza-
leth lowsong Patricia Malloy, jane Yosslerg Dalto-
oan Ferris. Anna Mitchcllg
rlil, Dorothy Fosterg .l .
' rms Dorothv Chishohng Old Hager.
" Vivian Snicler.
'llelen lla I
ohlhangh g Rl arion
- T nav XX ilsoi
i, llztrris, 'l'lii'om-heri'y, Mitvhell, Foster, Lowson, lloh
4- M ---. .n Um-der, Snider, Throneherry, Sullivan.
s, Cormier, , s
' ' sl Lowson.
The Senior class presents as tie
'Cuekods Nestf, by Turner Bulloelc. Plans were
made to give the pertormance on May 7 at the high
The clever laree is set in a small college town. A
prolessor and his rather nit-wit wile play the leacls.
lle is an author, so to equal her husband. the wife
buys a manuscript. which, when published, becomes
a best-seller. Ut course the plot gets very entangled
when the real author ot the book shows up. There is
a bit ol romance between the author ancl the protes-
sor's daughter by another marriage. All turns out
, though, when the author refuses to expose the
wile. and the college stall keeps quiet, The wife, at
the height ol her popularity. is given the degree ol
"l.acly ot Letters."
Nliss Thompson is clireetor ol the play anal parts
were taken by Elizabeth l.owson as the witeg Bob
Schultz, the prolessor1 Dorothy Foster. the patient
mother: lister Peterson. the protessor's claughterg
Barney Loomer. the authorg ancl other parts were
taken by Orpha Hesse. Russell Henry, the press
agent: Kenneth lluney and lllyan llowes ol the col-
legeg lilya Corcler. liileen Vtilson, a reporterg and
Margaret Harris, the maid.
l ir play this
"Billy," a clever farce in thrce acts. was vcr-
f ll presented on Nuveinher 19-20, at the Lien-
tess ti y ,
'i l some lalsc
l C i rnnnar e
the losing my s
' ' ' ' tered arwnnd - ,
' ' st ever pre-
'l he pla5 een c
th is cnnceded to he ring ot the funnie
concerned mainly people ot
tee . ,
sented. 'l'he characters '
- ' l the parts were well taken.
- ,. Hoy
l ol age ant
t mtluall hero,
high sc, in . ,
' ' ' ' "Billy" the c
' " - ' Nlulcahy,
Bill Pickering, as
Dare, as the young sister, and lienexiexe r
the romantic interest, carried oil the honors in the
leading parts. The older leads were taken by Betty
Vita Chase and james Leonard. Douglas
NN'arren, X ,
' ' ' ' "l the villain.
' ' ll' 'tha Mur-
Assisting, in boat crew parts, were. K ai
" lflarold Trenihley, Barder
k Vernon Deering,
l llalden Broaders.
Finch, lirwin Rode, ant f
' " 'on was director of the p ay
I is lhunips
made hw .
Miss ,o -
' ' le play were H
' "k Hesse
1Xrrangenients for ti
" business manager, Die
l l city' Paul
Nixon pu J i ,
' f wer: Roger ' ,
N ' Miss Irene Con
loncs, stage, and joan Herd, ushers.
ley is e ass
JUNKDR C ASS PL
-- ..,1..1-Q, l1'lnr'h, lifwdo, Warren,
P1'l'1'1'1RSON, .i l JN N9
Three publications are inade avaiiabie to the stu-
dents of 'fuiare high schooi during the year: the an-
nuai, known as The "Argusf' the school paper, cahed
"Redskin XYar-NVhoop," and the student handbook.
One ot the first things a student is given when he
appears at the beginning ot the year is the student
handbook, a sniaii. pocket-size handbook ot generai
information about the schooi. Such items as athietic
scheduies, class scheduies, graduation requirements.
schooi songs and yehs, club and ciass organizations
make up the book. A plot ot the grounds is aiso pic-
tured tor the benefit ot the new student.
Each week the school paper brings to the students
the events and happenings ot the schooi, prepared by
the journaiisni ciass.
Near the close of the year the activities are sum-
' ' ' N Gus" as a inenioir to
X in this book the A rg ,
niarizec . ,
each student ot this year ot high schooi. u g
the cooperation ot advertisers, clubs and
' ' ' ' t biishing the book is
tions the entire cost o pu
X 1 uvs it and each student ntav
on the one W io u
attrac ' Q" ' h halt its
tive '4Argus at iess t an
Argus staff of N37 considers it a pleasure
vilege to bring to you as best they could the
ts and happenings of the past school year by
means of photographs and writeups.
Special appreciation and credit should be given
to all those who helped to make this Argus the suc-
cess we hope it is. Splendid cooperation was given
the members oi the staff throughout the year.
the direction ot Ester
The book has been under
' ' -Chief, and Mr. jones, faculty ad-
' the larffest both in size and circula-
The book is Z,
tion in the history of the school.
Members of the staff include: Bette Willatir, as-
sistant editorg Hewitt Clement, assistant editorg Bud
Zurnwalt, associate editorg Bob Schultz, advertising
managerg Bud Knokey, assistant advertising mana-
and Vernon Deering, circulation manager.
ening section and
Melville Bowers drew the op
and Eddie Martin and Barden
division page sketches
Finch the cartoons.
NV l LBUR, SC Hlf LTZ
' C LEMENT
BOVVERS, ZUMVVAIJP, DEARINU.
lst-flleury, liuney, Ulm-ment, Loomer, Davidson, XYvlvh.
2n1lffAi-horn, Butler, Ueclerlinsl
rvis, t'lininhers, Nagel, Uhznnlwrs, Cooiwf, Ernst
3r1l,Jl'ristao, Smith, lwonlsl
Fisher, NYillxni', lzunii, Noguvlil, lu-rgantx, lmdron
-ith'-Jong-s, Yugh, Snider, Ryan, Steno, Smith, Tegrliu, lffusev, VUYU6. 501301
The Vvar-XVlioop staff this year lent each other
their support to puhlish some et the niost interesting
papers in Tulare history.
liach week two issue eclitors were eleetecl who
were in charge ot publishing the paper lor that par-
ticular week. livery one seryecl at least once.
'liowarcl the encl ot the year it was cleeiclecl to ap-
point an eclitor-in-ehiel every nionth. who would serve
in the capacity ot having complete eharge ol the paper.
llewett Clement was eleetecl as the lirst eclitor-
inschiel ot the year anal Kenneth Kuney servecl next.
Financially the XYar-XYhoop has lxeen very sue-
cesslul this year. llolclers ol stuclent hotly cards were
given the paper lor three cents per issue while a
charge oi five cents per Copy was niacle to non-holcl-
ers. The paper wasysponsorecl hy the stucleut hotly.
Various eonteits were helfl during the year, such
as a weekly'ftootlyall anal lnasketluall guessing contest,
a school spirit contest antl a weekly drawing tor tree
Debate tryouts were held before Christmas this
year. The question for debate was: HResolved, That
all electric utilities should be governmentally owned
and operated." Twelve students participated in the
preliminaries, and six were chosen for the team. Bar-
ney Loomer and Russell Henry formed the affirma-
tive team and Don Hillman and Bud Zumwalt the
negative. Dwight Kinman and Glenn Moran were al-
Several weeks of intensive work were put in be-
fore the county meet which took place on February
6. When the number of judges' decisions were counted
Hanford and Tulare were tied, each having won six
The final debate for the county championship
was held the following Thursday. Tulare took five
judges decisions to one, a 2-l win for the affirmative
and a clean sweep for the negative.
In the valley semi-finals Roosevelt high of Fresno
eliminated the loca .
C 1 oN l AE Y ,
lstf1N:1gel, Jarvis, k'linnibers, 'l'o1r-ui.,
Zlndf-Sinwoes, Cosin, llovlm, Hodinho, Vzxliin, X'nx'g:,zis,
lirrl-Jlruke, Snider, Speak, Newman, Machndo, llonws, l,n1'io, ilovhu, Nhtmishian, liirton,
Rr-vol, Rnvisoioni, Johnson.
' ' ' Rising, Bennett, Taylor, Brown, Turner, Seitz, Rossotti, Davis,
Matlock, Lt-rdn, Mendoza, Prunty.
HCJME ECONCDMKZS CLUB
Division of the club was made at the first of the
year, with upper and lower class groups.
Tn the junior-Senior group, the following were of-
First Semester Second Semester
Ruthe Chambers President Ruthe Chambers
Helen Mlatters Vice President Freida Raviscioni
Mickey Chambers Secretary Nfariorie Rocha
Dora Toledo Treasurer 'Dorothy Davis
Freshman-Sophomore officers were:
First Semester Second Semester
Sarah Bennett President Myrtle 'Harris
Margaret Rolfi Vice President Marjorie Godinho
Ada Pugh Secretary Ada Pugh
Katie Serafin Treasurer Mary Rossotti
The group attended a Fall Conclave in Exeter,
Ruthc Chainhers spoke. March l3, the cluh journeyed
' ' ' 0' Conclave, Tulare was chos-
to Fowler for the Sprinh
X' 933 valley council
en to elect the l .
Tn order to make some money the club
dogs after school each Monday.
The groups made stocking dolls at
' ' ' Christmas
Two Springville girls xx ere sent
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Olson and Mr. Rus-
sell the Camera eluh served with the following oiii-
President, l.eRoy Shepherd: Vice-President,
Rohert Seaversg Secretary, Fred lierryg 'l'reasurer,
The chief purpose ol the Cluh is to interest stu-
dents in developing a holxhy hoth while in school and
ln addition to the regular meetings held every
other Wednesday during regular club period the eluh
held night meetings every week. These meetings are
devoted to work in developing negatives, printing and
enlarging pictures. Several pieces of equipment for
photographic work have heen purchased hy the eluh.
Several new types ol work were taken up and
studied this year. Portrait work proved to he one of
the most interesting studies made. Several ot the
meetings were devoted to night photography work
' d photollash hullms.
Fl-mi , . ,, tx
' 'th Young, . A .
' stle Vrisp, .. ,
ivlwrrv. 'ami ,
NY'xtkin:s, K a. ,
'ieavx-rs, Leo 1 r
' lvrlind, .Lopez
lst-!Ma A .
1 x1m':zxn,l1iontlz1, .
"-" l'u:.Lh, L'x':xlutree, , K
" A-'wrf1. Russell, tex
lstflklreaver, Sr-hloh, Dutto, Knapp, 'l'hr0riel1erry.
Zmlfjoiies, Moyle, lilngholm, Metfalliste-r, l'e4li'nw'0lli, NV2Ul4lUF-
3rdfFei'rasei, Martinez, McMillan, Curti, Shepherd. Riley,
FUTURE FARMERS CLUB
Edward lbntto headed the lfutnre lfarmers as
l'resident this year and served very alily in that ea-
paeity. Other officers were: Raphael 'l'hronelierry,
Yiee-Vresidentg Alfred Knapp. Secretary: lfred firea-
ver. Treasurerg and llerliert Sehloh. Reporter and
ul. ti. NleNlillan xvas the eluli sponsor.
Une to several handicaps the eluli was not alule
to carry out some of the activities it had planned lint
arrangements are heing made for an extensive pro-
ject program for the eoming sehool year,
Meetings were held every other week at school
and a night social meeting was held every month,
The eluh planned. as its eluh project this year.
the planting of poppies at the Yisalia-'l'ulare "YH hut
xvere prevented until too late in the season lmy unfav-
oralile weather conditions. Next year they plan to
go ahead with the project,
Outstanding in Future lfarmer activities this year
were limmie Ferrasei and llenrieo lledroneelli. hoth
of whom had the honor of heinq sent to the 'San Fran-
eiseo fivestoek Show .Xpril 20-26. as delegates from
the 'l'ulare Chapter. lloth lnoys entered hogs they
had raised in the livestock Show.
This eluh is open only to hoys that take the shop
course. and they must have one semester ot shop and
at least a li hetore they are eligible. Seeond year stu-
dents are eligihle with a L1 plus and third year stu-
dents are automatically eligible. This year -lim Swall
is l'ilot tl'residentj and johnny Mederos is the Co-
l'ilot tYiee-l'residentt. lliek Smith is the Navigator,
Dues of Zie per semester are charged. The elnh
takes various educational trips eaeh year. Trips this
year ineluded snow parties to Sequoia, a trip to San
Francisco to the Auto Show and one to San l.uis
Uhispo, to visit the California l'olyteelmie.al School.
The elnh always makes this trip during Poly
l'hase Week, similar to an open house and alumni
week. The program includes a large live stock, air-
plane and shop exhibits, and a harheeue and dance.
A monthly night meeting is held and games are
played and refreshments served.
Each year the cluh puts on Tulare's auto show.
the only one in Tulare county.
Mr. Suiter and Mr. Sheesley are the sponsors.
gmi,.Ag,h,.,.S1py, Itossotti, New-l, hymn, Smith, Swall, Metleros, Mowers, Wheat.
ttiotto, Rush, Clark, Smith, tfortws. Martin, trying.
h.dYFB0yerY Hibsnn' yyhhey Nyiyyps, Stunt-, Davis, l30LlS0l1, lill'li11tttt'it'li, Suitt-I-A
ith-Jylmrrtes, Rosso, Huxley, Morrison, Hitner, Altnutt, S-lmues, MeCallistei', Martinez,
Monroe Lowson, Proudtoot.
lst-fSouza, Smith, ,
lcahy, Pariier, Hagan,
'Yiie Giri's Atiiietie Association, organized oniy
ni7ation composed ot aii giris
vo 'ears ago. is an orga ,
Eter sciiooi sport, in-
tx 51 A
who have gone out for some a -, -
1 ke tennis speediiaii, basebaii
eiuding basketiiaii, ioe y, e, ,
it is the aim ot the G. A. A. to develop piiysica
eiiieieney and interest in athietie activities. it is aiso
the duty ot the G. A. A. to take Charge ot aii giris
A cabinet is eieeted from the membersfeach cab-
inet member responsiiiie ior one particuiar sport. it
- i' t member to take care ot
is the duty oi eatii ea vine
attenedance and to take charge ot aii plans and acti-
vities ot the sport.
This yearys cabinet members: are as toiiowsz
President, Genevieve Muicaiivg Vice-President, Rose-
mary Pariier: Secretary, iiiizaiveth Lowsonz Treas-
urer, Hazei T7odd1 Basketivaii Manager. Bette XViiiiurg
Hockey Manager. Gertrude Smithg Tennis Manager.
Ciiariotte Miteheii, fist semesteriz Ann Ragan, C2nd
semesterip Hiking and Outdoor Cookerv, C'
Vanidouten: Vaseiiaii Manager. Veida
Speedimaii Manager, Fiora Smith. A
Uroudtoot and Miss Fisk
il lwutli iu ur-
Uue uf the ywuugcst clulms iu sclmi
' thu 'uul in age ul memlmers. tlie l. -l CL LX. A.
ul service This
gamza 1 . A
' -' x 'il its seeoucl year . .
' ' 1 ' 'lu J-
this year expuieuc em
group was urgauizecl for the sole purpose ul mlut 1
ing leaclersliip lor tlxc ll. ,X, .X. lt is cmupusecl ul
all freshmen girls iutercsterl iii girls athletics. 'llliis
urgauizatiuu has pruyecl tu lie a very wurtliy one as it
lias traiuecl tlie girls tu reucler very useful service to
tlie tl. .X. .X. 'l'l1ey liare alsu stucliccl tlie qualities ul
--mul leaclersliip aml have liacl practice iu sucli uucler-
'l'lie l, -l ll, .X. N. have liatl some very imp
activities. 'l'liey servecl lor lmcltli tlie lmasketlnall auml
hockey lmauquets wliicli was a great lielp. 'l'liey also
gave a very successful tliristmas l'arty aucl St. llat-
riclis llay Party.
'l'lie ufficers fur lwtli semesters are as lulluwsz
l'resicleut, Mary lmuise laclcett aml Marjorie Ruse:
X'icc-Presicleut, Marjorie liirlmy :uul lClsa Murcloekg
Secr " ' ' Xlta Mae ,Xrluorug Sung l,ea1ler.
etary- l reasui ei, .
L W . l ko , A
'l"icl'n-tl Nay, Soults.
last Y-Sr-nu, Waxtsmi. ,X!'lblll'Il, . t ,
lull --l'ruslmi, Muralucla, Pulsuu, lmilu., lillmlry. - ,
L-4 NYilli:xnis, llugau, Hayes, Uyt-rstrw-cl, Bryant, lil-ye s.
" -run, Heyelzs, 'l'ri-maxim, Suulu-l, Sim-ki-r, Fisk,
Zlulfglinsx-, lli 4 l ,
nhl' Gnu-hum, Gan-i.i, l'mu-e, K .mmm
, , A . 'T
le Keck Vebita.
ist Yvatts Cassady,'1'ing 'y, I 4-, V '
r Coffee, Harris, Lippincott, Davis.
Using the opportunity to learn the principles ol
radio, the Radio Club has spent a very successful year.
Meetings were held every Tuesday night irom 7:00
to 9 100 dclock.
Otticers for the club were elected as follows:
President ,..,,..,, jimmy Tingley
Treasurer ......, llerman Cassady
Librarian ,,,,.....,, Soiehi Uchita
'l'he club deals with the basic principles ot elec-
tricity. and then goes into the building and under-
standing of radio receivers and transmitters. The
members start out bv building a small receiver and
thus learn by doing the work.
hlr. Tanner. as adviser. and the club members
have aided the school activities bv their public address
system. ln good weather and bad the club was on hand
to set up its outfit ior home football games and
spectators a play-by-play account ot the games.
school dances the microphone broadcast the 1
' 1 s helped by
activities. Rach oi the rallies wa
' ' 1
ol the loud speaker sy sten
The Chess clulx was originated this year, for the
purpose of learning and studying the game of chess.
The clnlm elected as officers for the year:
President .,.,,...., Russell llenry
Yice-l'resident .....,, lloh Schultz
Secretary ,-- ..... - lister Peterson
'l'reasurer , .,,..., llarnev l,oomer
At meetings chess moves and prohlems were dis-
cussed and worked out. Night meetings were held
every two weeks, at which time regular games were
played. Refreshments were served following the
iiames were recorded hy a chess ladder. Chal-
lenges were made, and thus, places were won on the
ladder. liach challenge had to he accepted and
played within a week or forfeited. llach memlner was
required to play at least one match hetween regular
One of the rallies during the year was success-
fully sponsored hy the club.
lst --Howes, liuney, lenry, Loomer, Schultz.
2nd--'l'l'i-mlall-y, me-nt, l'r-tr-rson, linokey, lf'rusi-r. Johns, ltode.
3rd-showson, S -hier, Finch, l'ic'laerlng1, NVQ-inlinuf, 'l'rr-nililey, Woosley, Corder,
-x ,A 1
ilgtfqirftnt, Ntetsen, Dodson, Cederlind, Brown, Harper, Rose, Wneks, tekets, Harnnson,
2ndfHarris, Arends, Harris, Unrnard, Smith, Heise, Fancher, Nota, Yendes, Roy:-xi,
Brdfiitheridge, Vtfoosiey, Sisson, Hawes, Dorris, Ponce, Urrea, Haltoweii, Ray, Mocxre,
qthfyehita, Tonkens, Foster, Driiting, Herteh, Jones, Crabtree, Neve, Butter, Ray,
Stout, Bowen. '
Gthfiiametti, Kazartan, Kirker, Fogat, Reynotds, Dongiass, Matiaek, Rnoades, Tristao,
Zuiderweg, Carter, Sorrets, Staten.
JUNXGR GXRL RESERVES
lfohowing the customary division ot the eiuh, the
Freshmen and Sophomore Giri Reserves met together
as junior Reserves. Miss Ramehi acted as sponsor for
the group. Many activities ot the eiuh tohowed aiong
the same iines as those oi the Senior Giri Reserves.
President of the chih was Marion Neiiseng Vice-
Vresident, 'Heien Grant, Secretary, Virginia Wicks,
and Treasurer, Marceha iekeis.
.Nt the annuai convention in Lindsay, Ueien
tirant represented the chdv.
'Vdeanor Dodson served as permanent program
chairman. and two giris were seiected each week to
arrange a program. Vrograms inciuded discussions on
pahiiistry. hohhies, manners, decorations, and favor-
ite recipes. QX piay was presented at one meeting.
idans were made to prepare a song hook ot favorite
The junior Reserves aided the Senior Ciiris in the
xreekiy doughnut saies.
At Christmas time a contest was heid in the ehxb
to make stutted toys tor the 20-30 toy piie. Prizes
were awarded and Dohy Urrea was the winner.
With 73 memliers, the Senior iiirl Reserves h
the title of having the largest eluh in school. Leading
this group as Vresiclent was Flora Smith. Yiee-l'resi-
dent's office was heltl hy Catherine llarris, first sem-
ester, ancl Margaret Sampson seeoncl semester. Cler-
trucle Smith was Secretary anal lilva Miller, 'l'reasurer.
.Xs activities, the group had their weekly dough-
nut sales. .Xt Christmas time the eluli joined with the
ii. S. l.. ancl took care of five families. Serviee chair-
man was Margaret I. Harris.
.Xliout the most important and interesting aetivity
of the year was the annual Convention, helci this year
at l.inclsay on February 5-fi-7. l,intlsay and Strath-
more were hostesses to the group. Attending from
'l'ulart- were Flora Smith, Lois Bergantz, Gertrude
Smith, lilva Miller and Margaret Harris.
Other chairmen on the eouneil were Beulah But-
ler, socialg Satlako Izumi, puhlieity, anal Dorothy Chis-
SENlOR 6lRL RESERVE
i Smith lzuini, Smith, Souza, Miller, Harris,
15ir1'ht-ad Dodd, Izumi, lthoades,
istfsliigilon, llzirris, tihisholni, lSutle', l .
ziiiiflvoiv, 'i'onhe-ns, Stew-iisori, Tristan, Archer, lrour, t ,
Zlrsl-Browii, Fisher, in-rteli, Jones, Finley, Harris, Tait, Hartman, ltnsh, Moss, Hawes,
' ' it-r. . . .
Glzuiney, iiynvh, Manllrille, Altztifer, Rae, Arencls, Allen,
" ',li Sullivan.
' X' flag-"lu-i'g, Alexzuidor,
llullvi, K 0411
4tlifk'liristni:ts, Vziii llonten,
"--est-A liogxziii, liolilliziugh, tTi-derlliid, tantne ,
inning. Ernst, lmsey, Johnson, Wilson, layer, ,,,
llixler. Hzirris, Fisk, Vincent.
'llin f Xmetjian
lstffllergantz, llinman, lirillinei, Beers, Url s, 1 f -
2iul,sG-latlney, NN'allace, Gregory, Mulcahy, lfulgham, Bradley, Hurts,
3rd,,H0v,-msd, He,-dy vvauaee, Ragan, Mitchell, Martin, Danielson, Madruga, Swanson
Under the sponsorship ot Miss Beers the Latin
Club has had one ol its most successful years.
Yerdo Gregory was elected president ot the club.
Richard Fulgham, Yice-Presidentg lflazel jones, Sec-
retary-'l'reasurer, and Maida Howard. program chair-
man. Ytlhen 'lrlazel jones moved away in the middle
ol the year Genevieve Mulcahy was elected to replace
'l'he regular meeting. held every two weeks, has
been given over to the developing of a greater appre-
ciation ol Greek and Roman arts. At the beginning
ol the year the club studied the ancient Olympic
games and had reports on them by the members.
Then as a conclusion lor this study Ora Mae
NX'allace reported on the modern Olympic games.
The latter part ol the year was devoted to pro-
moting the l.atin Club banquet.
XYith lvlaida lloward in charge ol the entertain-
ment, Anna Mitchell directing the decorations 'lk
ard lfulgham handling advertising, and Doroth
lace in charge ol the lood, the banquet was
success. The banquet was held in the
NVednesday. March 24.
The .Xrchery Cluh has increased greatly in popu-
larity this year and has had an exceedingly successtul
' " ' Captain. and
The cluh elected jilc
llenry llool as manager.
The clulfs purpose is to renew an interest in the
ancient art of the how and arrow. It's organization
also has the thought in view ot teaching students a
sport that may he carried on any time or any place un-
' ' - ' t 'am games which become useless alter grad-
hlcc the L
Blr. Smith is the club sponsor.
The clulfs aetivities have included several prac-
tice matches with other towns in the valley.
.X match was held with Fresno on March 30 in
which our hoys team won easily. The eluh was handi-
capped hy the fact that only three girls participated.
A second match was held at Tulare on hlareh 6,
' l' ns to hold a
At the close ol the year the tluln p a
large meet with most ot the teams in the valley par-
' ' lanxeazstr-i', lar-ono Mzulrugzi, Davidson. Allen.
. Y f . .
- emi-ga, Natsuki, Nogun-hi, Mom-oe, Luker.
"--In-n. Rf-vels, Poole, Smith.
Lsrdfnist, Whistler, Pm-ner, neck, Moore, Christmas, Whaiey, Mitvheii, Fuiier, Wim-
iey, Hoyt, Suiter.
4th,-Nvhite, Buckley, Rocha, Davis, Howes, Purseii, Loar, Caiiistev, Vossier, Lathorn,
The Vhiiharmonie Ciuh Was organized as a new
eiuh this year. Under the sponsorship of Mr, Niiihite,
it has attempted to encourage the appreciation oi
good music, provide tor a soeiai gathering for aii those
interested in iine music and to eiear up many mu-
The iirst iormai meeting iouud Donrifiiiiinaii as
President, iiazei iioddy as secretary. and ianette Gist
as treasurer. Under these oiiicers and the program
committee oi Rosamond Fuiier, Niiidred Caiiister and
Roger Nixon, many enioyahie programs were pre-
sented. ilesides seieetions from the memhers them-
seives. there were two spiendid opportunities to hear
outside taient. Miss Lucy i,ee rendered a piano Con-
cert and Mr. and Mrs, Long irom Exeter entertained
with string trio seieetions. Many more programs are
pianned ior the rest oi the year.
'Dues have heen set to provide ior a picture in the
aunuai and to pay tor reireshments on speeiai occa-
sions, Ciuh membership has necessariiy heen iimited
to those pupiis taking vocai or instrumentai work.
in the second semester Gienn hioran was eiected
i'residentg Chariotte Niiteheii, Vice-President, and
Opai Ytiiaiey, Treasurer. Under these oiiicers a con-
stitution was iormaiiy adopted.
lst--Biseoner, Rurniey, Miteheii, Moran, Hiiirnan, Coie,
2nd-4'ory, iiutteniyergr, Nixon, Cooper, Haii, Cory, Stone,
Witlr the largest membership since the lorming
of the organization three years ago, the ll l,ettermen's
Club hacl a very successful and active year.
Mr. llexberg aeteml as club sponsor. Ullicers ol
the club were: Xlelio leglia. president, llill Smith.
Yice-llresinlent. anal llewitt Clement. Secretary-'l'reas-
llaeh year the eombinecl organizationg ol the
lioltlen 'l' anal ll Lettcrmcn clubs sponsor a l,etter-
men's llall ancl llanquet. lloth the clance anal banquet
were a success this year.
Klr. llexberg, each year is the laeulty member in
charge oi the clance. llewitt Clement was chairman
oi the nlance and banquet committee for the second
time in two years. A committee ot Bill l,uton, George
Clark, Bus llogan, Delbert Rush, Bill XX'hite, and
james Swall aSSiSted.
Bob Schultz acted as master ot ceremonies at the
banquet. Coach james llraclshaw ot Fresno State Col-
lege was the main speaker ot the banquet.
141-lt'lenu-nt, Nglia, Nvhite, Martin, Poston.
' wrrv. Arlaeliau, llitner, XYhi1e, Hillman.
lixhwrnls, Huntley, Gross, llesse.
X uloniau Margosizm, Smith.
zimlsmnu, 5 ,
" A'---ll 'lt t, llennrtl, I ' .
-- Mitchell, Smith, 1 r . ,
Tst-'Ainlerson. Pri-eve, Swziil, Ruiz, Raisin. I X A
2nd-A1'nrtte, Lippincott, Hogan, Vhirji, HUSHH-, Hmmafx- 1:1714
Zirdf-Glick, Stewart, Cory, Henard, sturgeon, Luton, bn-hu tL.
GOLDEN T CLUB
:Nt their iirst meeting the tiohien T memhers
eh-cteci james Swaii Presicientg Urexeii Stewart, Vice-
President, and Don Vreece. Secretary-Treasurer.
New memhers were initiated into the ciuh foi-
iowing the ciose of ioothaii season, with another in-
itiation following haskethaii season. The ciuh is oniy
for the hoys who marie a varsity ietter and is to heip
the sports program throughout the entire year. Wir.
Kihei: is sponsor of the ciuh,
The annual hanquet of the JN XL il ciass iettermen
was held on Aorii 2 in the iiigh Schooi gymnasium.
The hanquet was ioiioweci hy the JXnnuaT dance which
proved to he one of the most successful ot the year.
The crowd enioyeci many noyeities. dances and comic
skits which were presented. niusic was furnished hy
Roh i'urtie's orchestra.
The ciuh is growing every year and is aiso iiihng
out its activities to a great extent. The piayer's insur-
ance poiicies were discussed and wiii nrohahiy he one
oi the chih's projects in the future. in these policies
each inmiiyiciuai nays a smaii amount to an insurance
company for protection on the athietie tiehi.
Having a good, cooperative group, the llonor
Society enjoyed another successful year. The cluh
chose Rohert S-eavers as President tor the year. The
office ol Yice-l'resident was held hy Patty Sullivan
first semester, and blimmy Tingley, second. Dorothy
Chisholni was Secretary iirst semester, and Patty Sul-
livan second. Rlaida lloward filled the oiiice oi Treas-
urer first and llud fumxvalt second semester.
Mr. Tanner, who has heen the cluh adviser for
several years. was assisted this year hy Bliss lleers.
Several interesting and entertaining meetings
were held on cluh days. Scholarship requirements
were explained and discussed. Bliss lleers talked on
scholarships availahle ior various colleges, At differ-
ent times during the year, college students gave talks
on their respective colleges, A rally was presented
lor the school hy the members ot the group.
The district ten spring convention was planned
to he held in Tulare, with Tulare Chapter 108 as
hosts. lilvan llowes was elected chairman ot the con-
vention. and james Leonard was elected puhlicity
chairman. The convention is planned tor early in May
and approximately 100 delegates are expected 'irom
the valley towns.
lst----lliltteiilme-x'g:, Znn 'zlt,
Seaivers, Preston, llillman, Leonard, 'l'ingI,ley.
Whaley, NX'allace, NVhuley, Hurts, XVnllzu'm-, lloyt.
Nexvxnaii, Veterson, Fuller, l'arliei', XVhistle1',
n, Finley, Vhisholin, Nielsen, Suiter, ltraxdley,
i, t ...M trren,
Qniith Johnson, ,..,
istfdohns, t'ei'i'y, t ,
"ndfMiu'doek, Foeat, Kennedy, t
XX'iUiams, Thrasher, Worley,
SP ANXSH CLUB
Seivpnl y- Four
The 'Spanish Chih xvas reorganized this year after
heing inactive for the past two years. Miss Poweti
took over the ioh as chih adviser and announces a very
Patsy Rosson served as President during the tirst
semester. Other cinh oiticers tor the first semester
were: joyce Reardon. Vice-i"resident1 Dorothy Swee-
ney, 'i'reastirer. and Rosie Costa, Secretary.
During the second semester the chih voted to
eiect program chairmen tor each meeting instead ot
having a regniar set oi oiiicers tor the remainder oi
the year. These program chairmen took charge ot the
meetings and presented the entertainment,
Since the cinh pianned no speciai outside activi-
ties the programs were ot an entertainment type tea-
tnring Spanish customs and ideas. XX'henever possihie
the meetings were condncted in Spanish in order to
get training in ordinary conversationai Spanish.
Regniar meetings oi the chih xverq heid every
second and ionrth XYednesday oi thc month during
the home room period.
Those xvho were elected program chairmen tor the
second semester were: Rosie Costa, Harry Smith.
Bette XX'iihnr, Yera Stream, Dorothy Sweeney, john
Sniiivan and joyce Reardon,
This organization is new to our school. It
le latter part oi last year and sponsored
l ock has re-
formed in ti .
' . lohnson. Mr. i ayc
M llell and Mr
by r. H
' ' 5 'i as one of tie .
' ' h snrmg
l cel Nix lohnsol
re elected in t e 1
p a z . , h
' ' - ii' ' -rs oi the club a
' ii' -ers for this
lhe o rec
the iollowing school term. O ic
nd Dick Hesse,
' ll an, President, a .
' il a
year are Don ili in
Secretary-Treasurer. The Scalpers are primar y
service club and have clone their utmost to sponsor
good sportsmanship at our athletic games this year.
Other activities for serving the school have been
Scalper meetings are every Ytlednesday night at
the gymnasium. Games are played the earlier part ot
the evening. Alter the game period, a business meet-
ing is held where the members sometimes hear a
Rev. A. Rice delivered a very interesting talk on
Yosemite National Park and his experiences there as
' lia gave an account oi his
judge llouk of Visa
' ' ' Mr. Munger gave the club an in-
work with Juveniles.
teresting evening with his indian equipment and s
ies about it.
The club is planning a carnival for this spring.
Hillman Zurnwu , .
lst!-lluttn-nberpi, 1 ,
" XVhiLe, Lippincott, Iles. , , V
- f- nude. Brozulurs, Stursziell ,
'NME MARCHES ON
ltollowing nearly two years ol construction the
new high school auditorium, a building beautiful in
its simplicity. yet outstanding in lighting facilities,
acoustics and comfort, was opened just as the last
pages oi this book were being printed.
As a linal adieu to the old administration build-
ing which stood lor nearly 30 years before being torn
down to make way tor the new auditorium and acl-
ministration building. and as an introduction to the
new structure, this page ot the Argus has been re-
' ' ' if l kwarcl, has claimed
Time. which ncx ei goes sac
another victim, yet in its place has risen one ot
most beautiful, best planned, serviceable
the San loaquin valley. Truly a monument
growth and development ot the school and
few. iv w g,
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Mine I N 1 - ,M
wiI1'V7m,v A .1
My P-JM. . M ,' 'Q,g3,,? '
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TNA W M-f'f'if'E?f '
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ln an ellort to relieve coaches ol some ol the rc-
sponsihilities in connection with the various sports an
athletic council was organized this year, its memhers
including all men in the iaculty having anything to
do with either physical education or athletics. Mr.
linokey acted as chairman.
The membership included the following coaches
and l'. li. men: llilton llell, varsity haskethall and
assistant varsity ioothallp jesse llexherg, B loothall
and lxaslcethallp llale Glick, varsity loothall and hase-
hallg Charles Russell, varsity traclcg Gerald lirwin.
tennis and C toothallg limmie jones, C haslcethallg
Sam lflaycock, D haskethallp Stan Nlclieighan, fresh-
man haselmall and assistant haskethall, and Charles
t ' Tanner and Rennel Smith, physical edu-
Nl arshall, ,Xit
' l - nu-
l snort tnd oii
' 't helore eaci fl 1
' the ath-
'l'he council mc
A ' ing rules to he followed hy
' diate sus
lated a set ot train
letes. Any infraction of a rule meant mime .
' ' l with approval of the council
' - - cin
pension from the squat
the only means ot reinstatement. A player to he r
l l ad to ask the council to hear his case.
" '-'v-okey, Jones, 'l'an1u-r.
' "W"-1 Russell.
MOORE, NVXCKS, SOUZA
Tulare High School was this year equipped with
it team ol very snappy yell leaders who were present
throughout the year at all athletic events, lending pep
and enthusiasm to the various events.
Virginia Vviclis served as Chief yell leader and
was awarded a place on the Student Council. Her as-
sistants xverg june Yvonne Moore and Emily Souza.
The school is very iortunate in having these same
vell leaders coming hack next year.
' ted with a huge "'l"'
J All vell leaders ueie presen
l ar which they were privileged
at the hedginning ol t ie ye 1
' " A l round the campus.
to wear at all athletic ev ents ant a
1 these letters will he officially
Xt the end oi the year
theirs it they have iultilled their ear J.
The vell leaders were the snappiest dressed
l l in the eountv this year.
ol any scioo v
dressed in slacks with white shirts and go Q
completion ol thc season the two iootlwall
d their annnal elections ol captains and
l trsity and liay
mn tld llrown head ol tie yz
hghtw eipht captain.
Brown, playing his third year as a varsity man,
was one ol the outstanding players in the valley and
lnnilt up an uncanny rcpntation in this connty lor his
pass-snagging aliility. At the completion ot the sea-
son he was voted the most yalnahle player.
lloston has heen one of the mainstays of the light-
weight team for the past two years. playing in the line
at tackle. llc was the outstanding choice of the squad
in their election.
Coach Glick has completed two years as head
coach of the varsity and this year turned in a good
record, losing only two games and those on hrcaks,
ontplaying and ontgaining the teams in both encoun-
ters. He was assisted hy Coach Bell,
Coach lflexluerg has heen working with the light-
. ' . , , 1
weifrhts for a nnmhcr
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t 'uns in history.
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V ARSlTY FCDGT
This year Tulare enjoyed one O
ful football seasons in many years. The varsity Red-
skins, under the watchful eye of coach Dale Glick,
went through the league season with only two defeats.
The first game of the league season was lost in a
hitter hattle to Strathmore hy a score of i3 to 7.
Tulards second defeat was suffered at the hands
of lindsay hy a score of 7-6. Lindsay won the county
championship title going through the season unde-
Although noscd out lay the county champions,
statistics show that the Redskins gained almost twice
as much yardage as the Orange-pickers and made
twice as many first downs. Playing on a wet field
they seemed to lack the punch at the right time, sev-
eral times heing in a position to score. Vifhen the final
gun sounded the hattling Redskins were threatening
their opponents goal, being deep in enemy territory.
Losing the first game of the season to Strathmore
was attrihuted mostly to fumbles and the failure of
the players learning their plays. Although Tulare
showed great power throughout the game entering
deep into their opponents territory many times, a fum-
hle or a bad pass seemed destined to spoil their
chances of scoring. Statistics were in favor of the
f its most
i the l indsay game.
as a duplication o A . , K
y tournament was staged at Visalia at the
the season. Tulare was scheduled to tangle
Strathmore Spartans but due to several men
hurt the Strathinore team was ioreed to with-
draw from the tournament. Tulare played with teams
from the west side ol the eounty and defeated the
Proof of the iaet that the Redskins improved with
time was their vanquishing of the rest oi their oppon-
ents hy substantial scores. At the conclusion ot the
season the Redskins had developed in a hard driving,
well coordinated football eleven in the opinion ol
many ol the outstanding teams in the county.
Results oi league season games were:
" ' 1 ' hnore l3
lulare 7, btrat 1
Tulare l4, Porterville 0
Tulare l9, lixeter O
Tulare l2, Hanford 7
Tulare 6, Lindsay 7
Tulare 25, Visalia O
Tulare 26, Delano 6
suall made up the lirst
The following lineup u y
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string: johnny Sturgeon, Drexeii Stewart, Don
Vreece, jim Swaii, Ronaid Brown, Bob Schuitz, Yaui
Ruiz, Raymond Martinez, Vito tiiotto, Buzz Hogan,
and iid Wiright.
Other memhers ot the squad were: Don Hiiiman,
iiewitt Ciement, Thiel Lippencott, john Monroe,
Norvai Monroe, Don Smith, Biii Luton, Paui jones,
iihno fumwait, Aitred Barrier, George Ciark, Dei-
hert Rush. and Roh iknrnard. jack Hogan and Nick
tiiotto were managers,
Two memhers ot the 'Yuiare eieven were honored
hy oiaces on the ali-county ioothaii team. Sturgeon,
quarterback, and Brown, right end, hoth piaced on the
untv first string. liiotto and Schuitz were given
honorahie mei .
Ronald Brown was voted hy the team
and outstanding niayer during the 1936 toot . i
son and was presented with a miniature
hianket with his name inscribed upon it.
X "ii he hack next year
Severai iettermen ui
for another suceesstui s
hopes are heid
ah-co It . ,
The B squad started oft the season with nearly
'O ho s reporting. Although an experienced backiield
as faced with the prob-
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" ' fer plenty
was on ham o
lem of filling several line positions. Howex ,
ol heely freshmen were on hand and the lightweights
were soon whipped into the shape that made them
one of the leagues most iormidahle elevens.
The l'apooses served notice that they would be
one oi the most dangerous teams in the league hy the
results of this game. The iinal score was Z4-0. Strath-
more was completely throttled during the entire game.
Teglia. Rlargosian and llenard took turns slashing
through gapping holes made hy the line or sliced off
tackle and around ends for good gains. The lineup
included three freshmen and tive non-letter men.
The game with the Panther cubs proved to he
a thriller. The final score was 7 to 6 in favor oi Tu-
lare. All the scoring was done in the first halt. Vifhite
carried the hall over the goal line for Tulare shortly
after the opening whistle. Henard converted. Two
Tulare touchdowns called back because of olfside pen-
lixeter was the first home game for the Papooses
B CLASS FCDGTBALL
J vis Stull.
sim Drilling, I a ,
in Cooper, Margrosz , , p
Yilhite Teglia, Ru
lst-Smith, Drilling, Martin, Hugz , , A
:Ind--llumley, Hesse, Hillman, Anderson, Mitchell, I,
Andonizln, Henzird. , b
- ' Pm-sen, Kirk, 'rule Mayberry, Forbes, Henard, Whlte, Hexlwers.
ff ' Donahue, Crawford, Burner, Greaver, Swall,
la'Nlont. Costa, Martinez, T31-'Tp,dl'ilL,
4th- , .
B CLASS FCDCJTBALL
Jioved to he poor due to heavy rains.
and the day r'
The players proved their ahility mnc c ers
4 terites i2 to 0
l d thronofh the flxe .
fl et footed
and wane D
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The Papooses seeme.
Vvilson of lflanford who took the hall on the openint,
kickoff and ran through the entire team for a score.
The game was not at all indicative of Tnlare's ahility
and was in fact their poorest played game of the sea-
son. The lone Tulare score came late in the game
when Grose, right end for Tnlare took the hall on an
end around play and went the entire distance to the
goal, The final score was Hanford BO, Tulare 6.
After the unfortunate loss at the hands of Han-
ford onr Papooses came hack in the Lindsay game to
show that they really had a team. fn this, the
game, the team once more was forced to play
poor weather conditions. The ligh
score several touchdowns hecanse of
tions, yet, in spite of this fact, they won the
The Visalia game was a good example
The Papovses had every advantage figur-
records and yet the game ended 6-6. The
hts opened with a sustained drive for a
touchdown but failed to convert.
Early in the third quarter Visalia opened with a
series of laterals and forward passes which led them
to a touchdown.
The B squad wound up their season with this
game. In the wild fight for second place in the league.
it was apparent from the opening whistle that both
teams were in top shape and raring to go. The score
varied first for Tulare, then for Delano. Coach Hex-
herg used every man on both first and second strings.
Tulare scored on line-plays and on beautifully exe-
cuted passes. Delano followed suit. The last half pre-
sented some of wildest pass throwing and most fre-
quent scoring of any game ever witnessed on our
T ' l three times and not
home field. The score was tier
' ' one sure that Delano had won
until the final gun, was
B CLASS FDCTBALL
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Basketball not only attracts the largest turnout of
' ff the year but uses more coaches as
' ear: A
any sport during
d, being organized' this y
well, four regular squa s
or varsity, B, midclleweights, C, lightweights, and D,
Following the season the varsity chose Drexell
Stewart as captain. Stewart played on lightweight
" 1 l on the varsity his senior
teams his first two years anc
' ' P ell has coached the local varsity
year. Coach Hilton 1
ln the H class division limelio Teglia was elected
captain after a year of stellar playing. limelio played
his first two years on the U and C squads and his jun-
ior and senior years on the l3's under Coach jesse
ln the C division the lightweights chose Tommy
Drilling, diminntiye forward captain. Drilling was
new to Tulare this year, being a junior. Coach Jimmie
jones has worked with the Cls three years.
Virgil jensen was given the captain'-5 job
D class squad after the midgets completed
son. jensen is a freshman this year. Coach
cock is also a newcomer to Tulare, this being
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V ARSlTY BASKETBALL
made it two in a row hy defeating Tulare 2l-l7.
ln the first league game of the season Tulare put
on a last minute rally to win its lone game of the sea-
son 22-20 from l'orterville,
Uinuha was ahle to keep an upper hand on its
home court and came through the game ten points
out in the lead. The final score was 23-l3.
The first home game of the league season was
with llanford and proved to he one of the most excit-
ing and closest of the season. After lieing far hehind at
the end of the third quarter the varsity came to life
and turned on the heat. After crawling to within four
points of the leaders the rally ended and the visitors
went on to score a 27-2l victory.
Visalia, 'llulare county champions. were alnle to
win easily over the locals, piling up a 33-lo score on
their own court. 'l'he win hroke a four-year iinx the
locals held over the Pioneers.
fn the final game of the season the Tulare cag-
ers almost proved to he the downfall of the Delano
five, xvho. hy virtue of winning that game hy the nar-
row margin of four points, l7-l3, went into a tie with
l l Qeaaon ul haslaethall the 'l'u-
' the county
After a success u . .
are Papooseg tied lor second place in
eague only losing two games in the season.
The Papooses started their season with a prac-
' - t'orcoran lik played at Corcoran.
A 'N " lv a 5-core ot
tire game with the
'l'he Vapooses won easily
Next the Vanooses
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over Loitoian ny
were hosts to Lindsay
1-"nne 2-l-l2. 'lhe game with
in the first
heat them in a piaetit- he
Lindsay ended the practice season and
league game the Vanooses were over-run by the
strong llorterville ll quintet hy a score ot 33-10.
The Papooses next went down heiore the strong
liinulva iive hy a score ot 24-19.
'l'he ltapooseg then tired ol losing and decided
x lueaten again and defeated
uld not he
that they wo
llaniord to the tune ot ll-9,
The Papooses niet the Visalia Us on the Visa ia
court and defeated them with a score of l7-l4.
ln the final game oi the season which was played
on the Tulare eourts with Delano, the Papooses won
linielio Teglia, diminutive redhead, left guard
'az ian, llennrml, Mnrgxosinn,
' -wen, Andoniun, 'IW-alia.
' ' 'nllisu-r, llnder, Saylnr.
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B CLASS BASKETBALL
who piayed his last game for 'Yniare against Deiano
was named captain oi the squad at the end of the
ieagne season. 'Yegiia piayed twenty-one out ot the
possihie twenty-tour quarters in the games.
Coach iiexherg uSed several eomhinations
throughout the season. He had a team ot veterans
irom iast year pins materiai irom titie winning C and
U teams irom the year hetore. Arkaiian. Andonian,
Niargosian and 'iiegiia were ah veterans. From the CS
Richards, Gregory, Katmlki and Chohoian were avaii-
ahie, with White, jensen. and K. iienard irom last
year's Wa, Sayior. Meifaiiister. Rader and Frank
were either transfers or trosh piaying their first year
Aithough tmahie to overcome a had start and win
the titie themseives the We were the one team that
ruined championship hopes ot more teams in the
ieagne than any other. Hanford had heen Saiiing
through with a eiean record nntii tripped hy the ioeai
team ii-9. Visaha had ideas ahout a championship
mitii Tniare took them into camp hy the tune oi 17-14.
XYith Tuiares hehw Porterviiie was ahie to come out
on top even though heaten hy Hanford.
With a turnout throughout the season o
than 20 men the C class cagers hattled through lO
league games to tie with Visalia for the championship
only to lose a few days later in a playoff game,
lloth teams won eight of their ten regular league
games, each defeating the other once.
The Us played more games during the season
than any of the other teams, having one practice game,
ten league games, and three games in the annual C
Tulare won the practice game from Corcoran
22-6. ln the league the Us won two from Exeter,
ll!-l3 and lo-lOp two from Porterville, 17-5 and 26-llg
two from Linclsay, Z2-lO and 26-143 split with Crosi,
l3-l7 and ll-6, and split with Visalia, 10-ll and 16-S.
'fn the annual tournament held at Tulare the lo-
cals went through the first round by defeating the
strong llxeter team S-6. Exeter went on through the
rest of the teams to take the consolation crown of all
teams defeated during the first round. ln the semi-
final round Orosi kept Tulare well in check during
the early part of the game hut the locals came through
' 188 After a short rest Tulare and Visalia
C CLASS BASKET
lst--flfs-lxltu, ltorlr-, Drallu-. 'Vv2lllflt'l'SQl'll'l, Drilling.
--..,1.,,,smith, Smith, Low-M, Roush. lbonahm-, .xnxx-tjian, lmhost-
" ' "WH Davis, Shepherd, Stnlulvs, llurns, Moss.
C CLASS BASKETBALL
piayed in the Yinais with the game aiso to determine
the piayuii for the county titie. At the end of the third
quarter the score was 2-X in Visaha's favor with both
teams piaying a tight defense. From then on, how-
ever. it was a diiierent game and both teams went mit
to try to score points. with Visaiia heing the most
successful, tinaiiy winning 12-6.
Right teams entered in the tournament were: Vi-
saiia. i'ortervihe, Deiano. Dintiha, Orosi, Exeter,
Lindsay and Tniare.
Une to the tact that sn many Cs were given
chances to may during the hmg season and the re-
qnirement nartieipatiun in 16 quarters tor a ietter
there was oniy eight C iettermen this season as toi-
hsws: Tommy Drihing. eaptaing Zenes Chohoian, Ai-
hert Burns, Lawrence Vandergriit, Francis Donohue,
Muses Ametiian, johnny Drake and joe Lopez. Oth-
er members oi the squad who finished the season
were: Kenneth Roush, Arthur Moss, Dick Smith,
Rohert Dnhose, Erwin Rode, Hidakiehi Uehita, lan
Stnhhs, Miitnn Davis, Richard Shepherd and Harris
Although pitted against proliahly the largest
grammar school teams in several years, the D class
lxasketeers were alile to make good account oi them-
selves in winning two ol their live league games, and
losing on hy a lmare two points.
Starting the season against the large Lindsay
grammar team the locals were unahle to cope with
size and went down to deleat 20-l5 at lindsay.
ln the second game the l3's traveled to 'lixeter
and upset the lixeter grammar team in a last and lur-
ious Sl-23 game. Uchita scored l7 points to lead the
Central had its hands lull two weeks later in
nosing out the locals lay the margin ot 8-6.
Two much size again kept the midgets on the
short end oi a l3-S score the week following against
ln the final game ot the season Visalia high lTs
were completely outclassed to the tune ot lO-4 on the
Coach llayeock was alile to use nearly his entire
squad enough so that ten men received letters: Pe-
droncelli, Butler, Uchita, Seperak. lensen. Nlamish-
Rumley Drilling, Smith and Box.
'ed " l' Se-pzxralt.
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STLYRLHBION, GLXCK -f JENSE
Centers oi interest during the spring sports are
waselmall and track.
' ' la Glick in the job
This season tound Loach Da c
l 'ill tor his third season. He was
as headman tor base JC
l 'ed with the job ot building practically an entire
Only three oi
new team to battle through the season.
last year's regulars were out throughout the entire
ff H 'schel Forbes and Har-
seasong johnny Sturgeon, ei
D rin the season the team played a
lan Henard. u g
total ot l8 games winning one league game and six
johnny Sturgeon was named captain oi the team
' 9 eon a junior, was
just before the imal game. -turg ,
on the varsity lineup and was
playing his second year
the heavy hitter oi the team.
Coach Charles Russell handled the track activities
ot the school and developed some good distance men
who placed high in the county meet, winning the
mile, 830, B class 660 and 330.
Dan Jensen was chosen captain oi the track
tor the season. jensen won the B class 660
' k and was one oi
county, setting a new mar
' the team He competed
versatile men on .
sity division in the valley and placed in the
team, mostly underclassmen,
varsity which represented Tulare high
squad got in many innings of experience with
team taking part in lf? games during the two
'l'he team which usually got the call at the start
consisted of: Harlan Henard, catcherg Duette Mills,
jim Swall or Don Preece, pitcherg john Monroe or
Bill Rumley, first baseg Kenneth H enard, second base,
Herschel Forbes, third base, Don Richards or Paul
jones, shortstopg jim Swall or Clayton Rising, left
field: johnny Sturgeon, center field, and Rising or
Raymond Martinez, right field.
During the league season the team was unable to
ne game winning the
h u h and lost all but o ,
0 ca t Exe-
eome t ro g
1 son from lixeter l -. a
final game of the sea,
l st due to costly er-
ter. Several of the games were o
' ' l ' field
b the mexperieneec m .
On the mound Mills turned in some gooc 1
1:-at-fllivhards, Rumley, Jones, Henard, Preeee.
2nd-Rising, Burnard, Forbes, Monroe, Mills,
3rcl-'Gln-li, Henard, Sturgeon, Swull, Martinez, Vvatts.
Eormanees in his first year on the squad. Swall, a
iior pitched good hall to win in several practice
' P eeee, a veteran ol the
games. Don r
was handling the mound duties until he tell victim to
ffettinff under way
the mumps just as the league was D D
t the rest ot the season.
and was out or
Th leaffue season opened against Dinuha with
' ' the see-
ll in to score three times in
the Emperors ra y g
ond and the same in the sixth on Tulare errors. An-
other run in the eighth won the game for the Dinn-
' ' i hit, three run Tulare rally in
luans in spite oi a our
was 7 6
the seventh. The final score - .
McDonald oi Corcoran held the locals scoreless
even runs to win the
while his teammates piled up s
cl ame oi the league.
' ' ' ' a row when they
Visalia made it three in
two in the ninth on Tulare errors and won 7
A tight battle throughout was
Hanford Z-l in the lourth game when a
base and an error broke a l-l tie late in the
hits, four walks and seven errors gave l.'or-
a 7-4 win at Tulare.
took advantage of all the lmreaks and
home on the long end of a 7-O win, scoring in
the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh.
Even though Exeter scored four runs in the first
inning the locals came through to win their only
league game lO-5 at Exeter in the final game of the
season. Mills allowed only three hits after the first
inning while Tulare gathered in lo hits for the day.
The practice games for the season were as fol-
lows: Tulare O, Visalia Sp Tulare 4, llanford 93 Tu-
lare 9, Orosi 33 Tulare 2, Delano 33 Tulare 5, Visalia
03 Tulare 5, Orosi 3g Tulare 4, Delano 3g Tulare l2,
Corcoran lOg Tulare 6, Corcoran 53 Tulare 4, Delano
l4g Tulare 8, Woodlake lO.
Coach Tom McKeighan took over the irosh and
formed a team that played in several games during
the season against other freshmen teams and gram-
J hneon Qmith, Moss.
ist-Garland, Curry, IR-hita, Shepherd, Yrique, Jensen, o , , .
2nd Perri' Davis, Jensen, Hiiimztn, Vvhite, Ciexnent, Cory, Smith, Vincent.
N1 r 'oeian Arkaiian, Andoniun, Monroe, Rocha
Rieketts, Tait, Rader, Choivoinn, r at 3, , ,
' 'h Cooper, Pickering, Russeii, Reve ,
4thfNie1sen, Anderson, Hifner, Harm,
fi ti ioss oi most oi iast
iizniciicnpneci throne x ie
yeur's truck iettermen, the Redskin track team had
oniy u medioere season as tar as the team eoiieetiveiy
touch Rnsseii voices great hopea tor the track
' ' l " i ' mth boys who
tc-:nn next year uw mont oi the einceii
made their ietter this year were nnciereiassmen.
Univ ionr seniors werg ztwztrcieci A ciass track iet-
tersz tfiement. Cory, Viieinh. and Niiiis.
Coming hack next year for Tniure is one of the
best miiers in the vztiiey. Hearing, zt junior, took first
in the county and piaeeci second in the vaiiey. His
' ' ' " f "-ii ke the ex-
iwest time for the year xx as 4.40.3 whit i uro
isting schooi record.
Corv. ri senior. nizrceci iirst in the county SSO this
year, :tnii iiith in the vztiiey. iiis time for the eounty
was 2 15.6.
Miiis, :mother senior. 'i'niure's oniy varsity
vauiter. took the county and piaeeci in the
ing ii feet 3 inches
Jensen, B eiass 660 man, broke the
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xt vear he will
with the fast time of l 127. Ne J
A class competition and Coach Russell slates
be one of the outstanding half milers in the
ln the Tulare 20-30 Relays the Tulare two-mile
relay team, composed of Clement, Cory, Dearing, and
llillman, took second honors in their event being bare-
ly nosed out by Bakersfield.
Tulare won its only track victory when it com-
bined enough points in all three classes to vvin over
the track and field squads of seven county high
schools in a practice meet held here.
In the county divisional meet held here this year
Tulare copped second place in A class competition.
Next year with some of the B class men changing
into the varsity Russell expects to put out a two-mile
relay team which will break records.
' l team in the NV est
Coast Relays, May l5.
ered its medley re ay
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ist-flsiiiiicei, Hagan, Mulcahy, XVhistiei, ..,
2nd-fFisk, Trenibley, Henry, Rode, Haii, Hagan, rn V, ..
A good group oi peopie turned ont tor the tennis
team which was under the direction ot Miss Fisk and
Various practice games were heid with Porter-
viiie. Visaiia, and other surrounding towns.
County matches were heid on the Visaiia Courts.
and those who annexed victories entered the semi-
tinais. Boh Pnrtie and Anita Whistier, piaying mixed
donhies, and XN'endeii Raqan and Erwin Rode, piay-
ing bovis doubles, were Tniare's entrants in the semi-
iinais. Vtihistier and Pnrtie were favored to take the
championship. hut were edged ont hv the Hanford-
ites. Raglan and Rode were nosed out hy the Han-
iord combination in a very hard fought match.
Univ experienced piayers report tor spring ten-
' ' - A ita Vifhistier
nis and members of this teain xx ere. . n ,
Genevieve Mnieahy. Ann Ragan. Frances Harper.
k i Erwin Rode, Roh Purtie.
june Moore, Maxine Sun e ,
Vtfendeii Ragan, jack iiaii, Haroid Trem
Kenneth Kuney '
two of the ahov
oiaeed in n
. An interesting taetor
e team are graduates, so
ext year's team.
basketball season is one of the mos
seasons of the year. Fourteen years
girls in Tulare High School chose two lndian
to represent two famous colleges. The Chun-
tin ' California and Wolasi representing
utes represen g
Stanford. liver since that time an annual U.
- la ers being chosen
e has been held, the star p y
from class teams.
One of the longest basketball seasons in the his-
tory of Tulare was held this year, extending over a
period of two months. There was an excellent turn-
out with more than one hundred girls. During the two
months of practice class games were held, final class
games being played off during noon periods. The sen-
iors were victorious over the other classes, with the
juniors a close second. Star players were then chosen
from the class teams. The U. C.-Stanford teams
practiced for a month after which the "Big Game"
was played on November l3. Stanford proved to be
victorious in both lightweight and heavyweight games
' " - C ' id ll-l7. A pep rally
was held on the l3th.
.Xlll!UlLN, S5ll'l'll, l'l1
l scores being. 12 2: ai
t FU lJl"UU'l', NVILBUR, MU L
lst-f-Miller, Wilbur, Smith, l'edronee..,,
' oudfoot, Altafter, Cederlirid, Dare, H
'l'he teams this year were very evenly in
Although the U, Li. heavies did lose the "Big Game
hy a few points, they put up a very spirited and hard
iight. During the first halt it looked very much as it
U. C. would win the honors, however. the Stanford
score steadily elimlued until they finally walked away
with all honors.
lloth teams practiced lor a month helore the hig
game. liaeh team practiced twice a weel4!U. C. prac-
ticing one night and Stanford practicing the other.
This season was the longest basketball season in the
history ol Tulare.
Gertrude Smith eaptained the U. C. team and the
starting lineup was as lollows: Forwards. Gertrude
Smith and Adelle l'edroneelli3 guards. lllva Miller
and llette Wlillvurg centers. Floy Dare and lilizaheth
Cameron. Substitutes: Forwards, lean ll artman.
Myrtle Harris and Clara Nagel: guards, Carole Altal-
ler and Bernice Cederlindg center. Ruth Vtfhite.
" meniher ol the U. C. heavyweight
d it was under
tte YN illiur, a
t r the an-
team was also basketball i '
her guidance that plans lor the game and o
held hetore the games, were made.
is llunqred TWO
The twelve 'Stanlord heavyweight players capped
the honors for the heavy weights this year in the U. C.-
Stantord game. Until last year only one complete
team was chosen. however. now two teams are chosen
f-a heavyweight and lightweight team lor hoth U. C.
and Stanford. 'l'his plan has worked out very satis-
factorily as girls ol the same size play together. thus
making the games much more interesting and excit-
The games were played in the high school gym-
nasium which was filled to capacity with enthusias-
tic rooters. The Stanford rooting section was led hy
liarold johnson and the U. C. section hy Kenneth
The Stanford heavyweight captain was tienevieve
Mulcahy. The starting lineup was as follows: For-
wards, Rose Yalini and Ruth llrnstg guards, Flora
Smith and Rena l'edroncellig centers. Genevieve Nlul-
cahy and Dorene Stephenson. Substitutes: Forwards,
Dorothy XYallace and Charlotte Mitchellg guards, l,u-
cille Swanson, Mildred Callister and Velda Nlonroeg
centers, Frances Harper.
" "' QM-olu-nsoii, 1 ,,
-- umllace, Smith,
Une 1.lLlllllI-cd Three
Snider Cireador, Ethridge.
lst'-Carreira, Chambers, ,
F Moot, Thrasher, Kirby, Vvieks, Moore,
. C. Ll6l-lTWEl6l-lTS
A very last and exciting game was played oil he-
' n thc two lightweight teams this year, hut the
'mee , Q
7 had to how down to
California hears .
rtsmanship was dis-
played hy hoth teams.
The gymnasium was attractively decorated with
Stanford and U. C. colors. red and white to represent
Stanford and lnlne and gold to represent California.
The game was very close until the last quarter
when the Stanford players hrought their score up to
26. VX7hen the final gun Went oil the Score stood l2
to 26 in favor of thg indians.
The U. C. lightweights were captained lay Mary
Creador and the starting lineup was as lollows: For-
wards. Mary Creador and Vivian Sniderg centers,
Margie Kirhy and Virginia XYic.ksg guards, l.ena Car-
ricro and lrene Mamishian. Suhstitntes: Forward,
Goldie Thrasherg centers. Ruth Chambers and june
Yvonne Mooreg guards. Marcella lckels and Laveresa
S year. Very good apo
Nlegaphones were made in the colors of
'rms and Qold around school the day of
te, . , .
and were an important part in he ping
' ' ff the Games.
epirit and enthnsiamn dnrinh D
The Stanlord ligbtweights proved to be a very
fast and spunlcy team. They displayed excellent team
work which helped a great deal towards the winning
of the game.
Points were awarded the girls ot all teams which
contributed towards the winning oi their letters.
Twenty-five points were awarded to those going out
for basketball but who were unable to make any team.
One hundred points were given to those who played
in the class games and 75 extra points were given to
those who played three quarters or more ot the an-
nual big game.
Myrtle Arborn was the captain of the Stanford
lightweights, and the starting lineup consisted oi the
following: Forwards. Ann Ragan and Marie Slaytong
centers, Myrtle Arborn and Doris liynchg guards,
Alta Mae Arborn and Rosemary Castle. Substitutes:
Forwards. Mary Louise Tackett. Opal Wlialey and
Marjorie Rose: centers, Helen Soults, Mary Christ-
mas and limily Souzag guards, Pauline Heisg and
The Stanford lightweights not only were the win-
ners in the game but also had the distinction ot having
st squad ol any of the tour teams.
..r,,.n1 'l zu, X'bor'n, Hagan,
- fz,,'z ,Heise.
1. t iii-stuns 1 x
K'fc"lfs.X'Xh1ley bl tyton
One llulirlrod Five
lst,-Hesse, Bio 2, ,
ller, Mitchell, Smi,h
ndi Altatfer 'rn...,,.
l , COStn.
Volleyball, played under a new system, was found
to he a new, lively, fast-moving game for the girls
this year. An inter-class series of games was played,
and the noon hour was used to play off official games.
The girls practiced during periods, and after sev-
eral weeks of work, Miss Fisk, the coach, picked
groups to form first and second teams.
The first squads played, using the following set-
up: First vs. third, and second vs. fourth. The win-
ners of these were third and second periods. Second
vs. fifth, with second taking the game. The finals in
the first squad were played off hy second and third
periods. Results were that. after many close games
the third period, first squad, was the victorious team
of the school.
ln the second squad setup was as follows: First
vs. third, second vs. fifth. Third and fifth periods were
victorious in these. The playoff resulted in fifth per
iod classes having the victorious second team.
Following the girls' volleyball games
and girls held several mixed games. Six gi
hoys composed the team.
' ' V' t.-Kathryn
Girls' lloelcey, under the general management of
Qmlth was played successfully over a six
Gertrude , .
'ns met to,
wee , 1 .
" ' rs and Senu A
' - the Freshmen
and Thursday, while
l and VVednesdays.
So mhomores played None ays '
' captain and those selet
liaeh class elettecl a
lunior Capt.-Velda Monroe
Sophomore Capt.-Dorothy VVallaee
Freshman Capt.--lilsa Nlurdoek
During the sixth week. final games were played,
with the results that the Seniors defeated the juniors
2-0. and the Sophomores defeated Freshmen 2-0. The
' l 'ed and the Seniors defeated the Sopho-
' 'ith the result that the
wmners p ay
" l sers play ed xx
'S-2. The Senior,
mores 2-l. lhe o
' ' l feated the Freshmen .
' ' famed school champ
through this elimmatron. were 1
Miss Fisk is the hockey eoae
' ' 5-CE, FlSK, IWUNRO
H rrls Pugh, Mmnishlan, Nognchi, Newman,
' Costa, Smith, Peters
Left to Right,-Creador, a .,
Mitchell, Lowson, Besse, Parlier, Pedroncelli,
Hu Hd!-ed Eight
i ilaying the Senio
Priter three seasons o 1 ,
' ' ' d rclassmen by be-
onstrated their skill oy er the nn e
coming school champions.
Practice was held twice a week with the junior
' ' ' skills were developed, and
At this time various
speed was attained.
At the beginning oi the season Kathryn Crabtree
was elected Senior captain, and served over the six
son Approximately iiiteen girls were out,
l all played a
weeks sea .
so with eleven girls on a team, near y
good part ot every game.
' ff lineup was: Center forward, Eliza-
' l it inner,
' ' Ester Peterson ,
beth Lowsong right inner,
Rosemary Parlierg right wing, Mary Creadorg leit
' 'enter hall, Kathryn Crab-
' 1 Trances Newman, c
wing, 4 ,
tree' right half, Margaret L. Harris, ,
' ' L Carrierag leit iull, Rosie
' 3 elli' right iull, ena
l edronc ,
Costag and goal keeper, Flora Smit .
' iven the seniors ior their
Much credit should he g
' fe laying allowing only one goal
wonderiul deiensix p 1 ,
l e ames they played while they were
in the tire g J
ing two in each game. The game is p
regular football field and gives the
more girls to take part than any game
unior class, a good group oi girls turned
The juniors chose Velda Monroe as
Xlthough they put in some excellent
the Seniors were able to deteat them in most of
practice sessions and in the regular game,
XX'ith the Sophomores and Freshmen playing
every Monday and Xlllednesday, the Sophomores, alter
a season oi play, were well above the Freshmen play-
ers. 'l'he Sophoniores chose as their captain Dorothy
The Freshmen had a good turnout, and elected
lllsa Murdock as their captain. Although they were
the losers ol the school, they made an excellent show-
ing lor their first year ot the game.
Outstanding players in the junior team were Ann
Ragan, Genevieve Mulcahy, l,ois lruker and Gertrude
Smith. Sophomore players worthy of mentioning
were Rosamoncl Fuller, Opal and Ora Vllhaley, june
Yvonne Moore and Virginia Vtlicks. Freshmen honors
' 1 Elizabeth Cameron and Beth
The turnout in the three lower classes was much
' ' 'h class averaging
larger than the seniors with eac
about 20 players.
to Catherine Long,
lst,-lluttenberg, Cameron, Madrnga, Revels, Hampson, Poston, Polson, Ray, Long,
ind'-liionda, Carter, lflthridge, Harris, Murdock, Soults., Sunkel, Rose, Matlaek, Ravel.
:lull-Swansmi, Lathorp, Finley, Dare. RHHIUI. RUCUH. Souza. C0dCI'llWl, Tdllivf.
4m,.X'Vatkins, Davis, Woosley, Hallowell, Wooslvy, Burnarcl, Crabtree, Cory, Finley,
W' iron, Carreiro, Harris, Monroe. h I
' A '- Whaley, Moore, Vvhistler, NVicks, Sweeney, Thrasher,
Sth-Fuller, Vvhaley, NN allac t,
4 ' 's Grant, Srnlth.
.X rends, Harri. ,
DAUORE, SMITH, FXS-K, PETERSON. NLVRDOCK, Mom-tori
The new ganie of specdhaif. a conihination of
soccer and haskethaff. was started as a new spring
After severaf weeks of practice on technique,
juniors and 'Seniors met one night a week for games,
and ffreshnien and Sophomores met another.
Ffora Smith was generaf manager. Captains
efected for the season were: Ester Peterson-Seniorg
Yefda Monroe-juniorg Marie Moore-'Sophomoreg and
Final games were pfayed off with these resuits:
junior vs. Seniors, Seniors won if-'73 Freshmen vs.
Sophoniores. Freshmen victors 5-23 the fosers piayed
and the juniors defeated Sophomores 6-4. The iinai
game hrought the Freshmen girfs into prominence hy
the defeat of the Seniors 7-4. Because the freshmen
were schoof champions, great hopes have been
in girfs' sports during the next three years.
Miss Fisk was the coach. and Rose Vai
'i Q Student umpire.
me Hundred Ten
The juniors and Seniors met one night a week
over a six weeks period a which time practices and
games were played.
At the end oi the season semi-finals were played
with the Seniors winning. The juniors played the
losers of the Freshman-Sophomore game, and the jun-
iors won, giving them third position.
The Senior team was as iollovvs: Gertrude Van
llouten, Ruby Butler, Mary Creador, Ester Peterson,
Rena Pedroncelli, Frances Schoenhair, Flora Smith,
Rosie Costa, Catherine Crabtree, Orpha Besse, Lena
Carreiro, Margaret L. Harris, Mary Ana Speak, Goldie
Thrasher and Martha Christmas.
Those who played on the junior team were: Lois
Luker, Velda Monroe, Dorothy Rush, jean llartman,
Mattie Lou Moss, Pearl Mendoza, Sarah Garcia,
Evelyn Watkins, Frances Bionda, Katherine Hutten-
lmerg. Earlda Bertch, Lucille Swanson, Eunice Yvoos-
ley, Margaret Sampson, Loraine Raily, Doris Lynch,
Adell Pedroneelli, Gladys Kennedy, Mildred L. Har-
ris, Rita Chase and Marjorie Rocha.
lst---'l'lix'aslu:1', lfreador, Carreiro, Cralvtree, Butler, 1-larris, Valinv
Znwl--Hailey, Brown, BQ-rteli, Souza, lluttf-nbergx, Sampson, swansoii M-unishian R l
V 1 oc rt.
.,rcl-fhlonda, Watkins, linker, Sliocnhair, Moss, Rush, Nagel, Speak, Peterson, Vain
lloutvn, Christmas, Smith.
ith,-Lynch, Monroe, Kennedy, Souza, Mendoza, Hartman, Xvhite, Chase, llgrrig, Woes-
loy, Besse, Lowson.
Purnard, Brown, Harris.
, Tristao, Sisson, Arborn, Harris, Dare, u I
Woosiey, Sorrels, Ethridge, Cameron, Harris, Xvoriey, Thrz- ,
" aett, Moore, Haiioweii. Cari'ier'n, Fury, Sweeney, Fuiier, Dou-
' 'doek, ikianipson, 'Waiiaee,
Ath-,Castia Childers, Ponte, ,
' ' ' Christmas, Vfieks.
ne Hund1.t,d Twelve
H Garcia, Richards, Souite, Mu!
ceiient turnout oi piay-
hmcn had an ex '
The Free -
i whom had previous exp
ers, most o
' " had a ffood team.
Sophomores hkewibe Z.,
' 'lk practice games were piaye
One night a wee
' ' Won oy er the
i the Freshmen
in the semi-tina 5 - ,
' ' tnais against the
i a 'ain in the i
mor-es ant g
'- K ere: Margaret
Sophomore piay ere w
Katherine Carter, Rose Mary Castie, Mary Christmas,
Avis Childers, ifieien McGinnis, Betty Fancher, Ger-
aidine Fogai, Rosamond Fuiier, Marjorie Godinho,
Helen Grant, iiiaine Harrie., iiyeiyn Harris, Dorothy
' t Edith Roherts, Dorothy Sweeney,
D 'e, Marie Moore,
" " ftao, Dorothy
1 r Xmeha iris
' h W iiiiams and
Ruhy 'Yhrasiex f
' ' - i XN'haiey, Edit
Ora Mae W aiiace, Opa
1 ' i fers were: Aita May Arhorn, Mary
' ' 'a Eiizabeth
kreehman p ay
Brown, Marie Carreiro, Liihan Garei
Cameron, Rveiyn Cory, Laversa
Harris. Beth Hampson, Catherine
dock, Frances Ponce, Xrene Richards,
Helen Souits. Eveiyn Sisson, Vioia
Qturgeon and Ruby Wiiiiams.
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2 'Pj' A Q :orners to it.
E . Linemaf-. brown powder used E A Vacuum is an empty pxace
-Z-in m ixlgonnil . H 1 2 with nothing in it. E
E ey",,xfeLmm' X C went E A curve is a straight line tl-.1 E
3-32 that Wheyrii b U Q 2 has been bent. 2
2 kiwi" he hquul m Oranges' 2 Gold was discovered in Caliior- 2
E ,Heafw-'All animal used to E ma betore anyone knew it was E
323 ride on. 5 there-
'fl Rackfebtll 21CCldem- g i Mars is the name oi a star that TE,
E lee-lmproper iorm ot "l am." Q is so far oft that it would take a
2 My-'Singular oi mice. 2 million years to walk there in an 5.
E Nun-Not any. Q express train.
2 VV3l1"A big fish- i A miracle is anything that
T2 ',,,-O,,.,- E someone does that can't be done
fi Margaret Harris: "My uncle is 2 A H'f9YiVxlilf0Q5 gmphlblow can E
fa: sending me a gondola irom Ven- 2 use a 0 'S an 5-
2 ice. Where can I learn to play 2 Theft! WHS .00 SUNY H1311 85
'E gt?" Hamlet. He lived in Denmark. 5
2 Rose Valine: "Silly, you don't E 0 "
2 play a gondola: you throw it E -
ii-E OVCY shoulders Il ShaWl.,, Q rrannefi H1 Say, Old 'buy' E
2 ,Z-off, Q lend me an X. E
-.EE Tegua: H1 iugt gmmd out in, 2 Mr. Glick: "VVould it l could -Q
5 gectq can tam H 5 old chap but there is an algebraie 5,
E ' f - ' H 5 litiiculty in the Wa " 5
5 Mrs. Vincent: How do you 5 C M T ivvh .Y-I .Q -
E know?" ' r. .1 ' at is it." 5
E Teglia: "l just saw two moths 2 Mr. G.: "X with me is an un- 'fs
E chewing the rag." E known quantity." Z
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E llenrv: "VVhat should l do it E M T t 51' M Q E
2 l get caught in hot water?" : HHJGE 'Egger lnfjglignlltfixib' 2045535 E
Eg Kuneyz "Be nonchalant, take 2 tionw ' P P P ii-
E a l ath." E ' , Ts
Eg i 5 Ora Mae VVallace: 'Well. E
E -"""0""' ' Q proved is rather a strong word, :gi
sf-35 Voice: "Open the door or Yll E lint R cap. say thai gnlizive ren- fi
E break it in." 2 ceret it ig y pro a e. 5:2
2 Miss Pruntvz "Go ahead, l've E 0 2
15 been trying to get out for two 2 2
E hours." 2 For Sale-!A good hen now lay- 'gl
2 .ff-"0f"" 2 ing eggs, also new potatoes, fence F.,-3
E Davidson: HX Wam-t going 49 E posts and russet apples. E
'51 miles an hour, not even 303 in tact E O '-EE
E t twent ." 1:3-,E
2 no , yu - 'ildow did Teller get his cold?" E
E Indoeg Here. steady now, or 5 i ' E
' into some- 2 'KAll theflratts in the bank go 2
ugh his cage." '52
E you'll be hacking
GT-E1 thing ."
2 Palms Apartments A Beacon Service 2
sig 219 12. San Joaquin 256 North K 2
2 Rooms - APARTMENTS GASOLXNE - OHJS 2
E5-3 To Rent V Lubrication E
2 xnxx mx
2 BE YoURs
The worn traveier wondered E
1 1 r 'he could hoard the 5
wiet ie s ,
sleeping car in the yard and re E
' 'Vai of the -3
tire ahead of the arri -
"Can I get on No. 6 heiore it E
starts?" was what she asked. 5
The information desk was more 5
"You'ii have to, 2'-5:2
worn than she 1
Ni adam." E
2 In I lt's What You Save 2
72' . ' Ni E
2 t o That Counts! 5
2 i' it We Offer Security and 2
2 Ik 4' r at! Good Earnings 'fig
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tw. 5:22-Rm. Q OU UVQS' 2
A ' XNSUREDE WE Loan 2
J' uv ro S 4 E
' Q? new ON Hoivins 2
2 First Federal Savings and Loan 2
E DR. C. in SM i'i'H, President
'E T iare County 2
-as Association o u E
E ORUANIZKD 1889 2
2.1 i41 North K Street, 'Yuiare Phone 23 2
" ' i XRE, Secretary E
2- M02 .5-:S W f
2 VRO ET
'fi iw., is
-Q Sales and Service
2 250 EAST TULARE STREET
ic Theatre ff Phone 490
E Across From tl
2 Goodrich Silvertown
2 Olied Used Cars
2 Fully Equipped
Paint Shop ?
Body 8L Fender Repair Shop 2
Car Washing Nlachine Q
e artment Zigi?
Lubrication D p
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2 Our shop con a' ' '
ined service men
and factory 7222
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fig. to the E-E51
2 GRADUATXNG CLASS T532
ig , 1 E "Didn'r you see me down town 2
2 51LN10R5 2 yesterday? I saw you twice." rs-.ji
551 0 Uitnever notice peopie in that ii
gg Best wlshes :onditron.',!"O E
E Notice in paper: We wish 'to i-:E
:gi from 2 apologize for the manner in which 2
ig 2 we disgraced the beautiiui wed- 3
1?-ia: Q ding iast week. Through an error 322
E C 2 ot the typesetter we were made 2
E E to say "the roses were punk." 'gi
2 SHQE STQRE 2 What we shouid have said was E
E E "the noses were pink." E:-:,E
mr Pizoou cts
5 229 East King St
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Miss Conley: "l can
this pocm. lt isn't verse at allg
l an escape oi gas."
Hilton Frank: "Ohl l secg
' with thc mc-
?-gf omething wrong
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like this 2
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Eyster s S Store fofevef.'
E Bette: "Uh, l'm sure you don't E
141 South K -- Tulare Q mean that. Yon're hound to im-
E prove." :E
Miss Thomp-son: "Bob, you 2
Hwdquartm-5 for Beach and E misspelled most of the words in E
E your composition. 52-
Bathing Supplies E lTi0l7.b.Z Ye-gm, lull going to E
2 be a dialect writer." E
E And hc says to me, "l'm in love Q ' 2-
E with the most vvonderiul, charm' 2 E
2 ing. exquisite, enchanting, allur- E E
E ingi liixvitchingliirlxin thc world," ' i 8L Snidef E
E ,, Mya' ' L You too' 2 orrosirn THEATRE 5
E ' arry. :E
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2 An Appointment by -gif.:
2 YARDLEY or LoNDoN s
2: We announce our appointment as E
2 Authorized Agents of this World-Famous Firm 'gi
2 and invite you to find here the marvelous Yardley Array of per- E
2 fumes, hath luxuries, glamourous toiletries, fine cosmetics and ja.g?,'Q5 5-QL
5 exquisite English skin preparations. Priced for all occasions. EE .J 2
2 BEEBE. DRUG STURE zz, zzrrrzzu E
E alien Mn- 5
E See our complete line of graduation gifts
2-3-1 FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 40
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2: NV aShing Machines
:rg GRAY BAR .
2 Sewing Machines
TU LARE STREET
E-EQ Office Barber
E Next to Woolwortlfs
-in For Better Barber Work
E PICKERING Sn RUSSELL
IANCE STORE 2
KELV TN ATO
H usehold and Commercial E
KELVlNATORf-Gas and Electric 2
' H t Water Heaters 2
Ranges and 0
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Oli-'Washing Mach- 'gi
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PHONE 627 2
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theS to put on the Scarecrow
Some oi 'E
Maw: "You might uSe 5
dudS our boy Wea
h h School." 2
' re E
Pam . ' T m only trying to Sca ,
3 not make 'em laugh them- 2
lveS to death." 2
"Hello, old top. New car?" 2
"Noi Old car, new top." E
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E MEN --
2 COMPLETE OUTFITTERS jg
WOMEN f GHUJDREN 5
RUGS, COSMETICS, SUNDRlES
E Next to l'cnney's Free Delivery Phone 678
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E She' "All m ' ' 1 t " J' 5
.. . y anccs ois were E
" He "Then you come from pre- 2
ierred stock." PO
Glick: Wfhis is an ideal spot 2
for our school picnic. :
Russell- "lt must be. Fiitv mil- 2
lion insects can't he wrongi" 1 Tulare Lunch
Dentists are men x
vho bore you 2 Zu E TULARE
"AWARD OF HONOR"
A Fine Watch
W ill licr gilt Cor his giltj this gradua-
tion serve as a lasting memorial to
one oi liie's most precious moments. 5
Nle shall he proud to show you 5
watches that you Will be proud to 2
wear and will give you much pleasure. 2
209 liast Tulare St., Tulare, California fi
Puoua 403 E
Q CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH 2
E32 Sales and Service 2
S I EBBlNS MO I OR CO.
iii-is Telephone 435 2
is 2l9 EAST TULARE STREET TULARE, QQAl,llfORNlA in
-Egil "Bg1Sxiness is poor," said the beg- 2 PHONE 35 -L
E Quoth the undertaker, "Tt's 2
'sg dead." -E
E "Falling oil," said the riding '12
2 school teacher. I : J. P. I-.
'jg The druggist, "Oh, vialf, he said. Q 1 S
2 "lt'5 all write with me," said the Q Jewe ef 2
2 author. Z E
fi "Picking upj' said the man on the E , E
E dump. E , , E
E crMy business is Sounds: Said the E 122 South K St. Tulare, Cal1f01'I119. Z
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Eg-L Tt's Real Economy to buy Good 2 bandman. 2
2 Shoes, then keep them Properly 2 Said the athlete, A'I'm kept on the fi:-L
fi. Repaired. 2 Wm?-H 2
E . 2 The bottle declared it was "cork- E-
E E ' .99 1'5-
E Electric Shoe Shop Jug H , , 2
5 5 The parson, lt 5 good,' ans- 5
fi 124 NO. K ST., TULARE 2 wered he. Eg
E RALPH M. TROST, Proprietor E "T make both ends meat," said E
:-aj E the butcher. 1-,sg
5 C9335 Paw SONS and 156915, Polishes, 2 Arid the tailor replied Hlt Suits 2
Taps 2 me." E
E- Laces, Insoles, Dance
2 LON GTNES, TAVAN
un red 'l'wenty.SiX
E On T
E Mosicml iixieriiowr
are 'rim GLASS or 1937 2
gel Wriwiea 'ro GONGRATUL
heir Graduation E
J. w. Mu RP HY
NES Wpcrcuias X rims uiAMoN os 2
mrs - jEWELRY 2
2 LIGHTING FIXTURES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 2
2 REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS E
2 ' 2
2 , 2
5 FINLAY SON ELECTRIC 5
?4 145 N om' rr 14 s'rRraE'r 2
-2 Phone 756 Tulare, Calllornla 2
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E Ye Beauty 2 returning irom Rome. "She's a 2
E 2 lair sized town, but I couldn't E
E Shoppe Q help ieeling she had seen her best 2
E 3 " E
2 RUTH HEPBURN days' E
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ig Sweets Drug Store E I jim: "This butter is so strong E,
E. 138 SOUTH K STREET 2 rt Wallis over to the eoiiee, and E
rg 0 M , F1 5 says, How do you do? -5:
E n ezzanme DOY E jam: "Yes, but the coiiee is 3
46 TULARE, CALIF. 2 too weak to answer." Eg
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2 FULTON 8: ABERCROMBIE, INC. 2
2 TULARE voRriatwii.i,n fel:
2 l24 N. "j" Street Phone 792 202 NY. Olive Street Phone 336 sf-EEE
? ois'riuen'roRs Fora 2
2 Victor Welding Equipment - Victor Kimball-Krogh Pumps 2
'jig Massey-Harris Farm Equipment 2
E General Electric Welding Apparatus 2
i 1 1 siziwiciz 2
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2 Tulare Electric
Es'-3 C. H. Whistler 2
QE-. Phone 117
2 Fine APPUANCES
ie -EXPERT wnunc
E Next To ?ost Office
ATIUN AND Rlll AlR 5
1 "A tomato, a cabbage, 'gi
- Who E:
and a hydrant had a race. 5
"I don't know " E
Vvitz Wlfhe tomato is trying to :E-
lcetch-up, the cabbage is a head, 2
d nt is still running." 151
and the hy ra
u musn't 2
Teaeher: HGertie, .yo
laugh out loud in class." 5
Gertie: "I didn't mean to. l was 2
smiling, and the smile busted." E,-L
Momax. steam LAUNDRY
E li. B. Campbell :ig
2 cram APPROVED LAUNDRY" 2
2 Telephone 65
332 llast Kern Street E
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GAS REFRlGl1RA l'Ulx :E-
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5 Monmin nmvrino A
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l22 Northj - Tulare Tzgi
I INDER RADIO SERV
ii Corner j and King Streets Telephone 205-I 52
2 Aavm CAR Ramos Aiwm Home Ramos 2
2 We Specialize in Auto Radio Service 2
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"Bill." Saicl Mr.
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those wires." E
E "All right. :aicl Pill. "I've not E
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2 iigi'fge2E2l5'thing?,, ltr BUILDING E
gi nf- . A 1 ' ,X E . E
E loorl. I Wasn t sure whic i E E
2 was which. Don't touch the other 2 I .X h E
E one. It's got 6,000 volts in it." E 'et 1' UWCYS' Sue as Ours ex'
rg press your sincere thoughts.
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E : Leading him to the altar is all
f-,sg Dean Snow7s Q right if she wouldn't try to alter
2 E him later.
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2 "A Neighborhood Service" 0 . i h I
gl E Three fellows, visiting m the
2 2 city, were confronted by the Irish
E 0 5 landlord.
7?-:Q - 4'You three are a nice pair I" he
2 KQIIOCIERXES, 2 saisl. Hlivgofi aretgoing totstgp
-is-: A , T , E ie e, yo iave o ge ou, or
gn MA51 our AND GRLASING Q you clirln't come home again last
2 2 night until this morning!" -
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OLIVER FARM EQUIP
9 nth I and Elm Street 2
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EASTSIDE GROCERY 8:
Telephone 32 E
CAN, li ASH, Proprietor
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ll ladv and her grandson '-5
Theatre Sweet An 0 Q ,
2 were wandering 'round the local 'ESQ
Shop 2 museum when they came to the Z2-
2 usual statue oi Venus de Milo 2
' E with hall an arm missing on one 2:
Q side. and the whole arm missing E
Lunches Q on the other. "There you are, E
C Y A 2 lad." pronounced the old lady, E
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FOUMH111 2 youngster. "'l'hat's what comes oi 2
Magazimw 2 biting your finger nails." Ti?
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TULARE B CH si
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C-an Meet Your Future
To The Class
215 East Tulare Street
TULABB ELECTRIC HA
25: I. H. Frew and Bert A. Hart. Proprietora gi
AND POULTRY SUPPLXES 2
2 BEST BABY CBBL, FEED
s Prices Right 3
'Yeiephone 334 5
2 420 North 5 Street
E , B FNNKCDUS PROVE? BS E
2'-5 Our Books W ere Bound Ry I L X E
2 Don't Cantor chickens Bzxiiour 2
2 thev're hatched. E
E Cover E Haste Marx waste.
E Give him a Wfineheh take a 2
E C0mPanY E miie. 2
2 nmag mana. 2
5 411 East 91st St. A Benney save is a Benny 2
: earned. E
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RAY's SLWPBR SHOP
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NS T0 CLAS
2 HSMARTEST FOOTWEAR FOR
d RAY '5'i'OTTS, Proprietor
139 South K Str
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2 Hneuo, nemo! who is ar?" E
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2 , . "Wh0? I can't hear you."
'fi H. L. Shore S Sei-Vlcg 2 "D iOr,,Davici. O for Oscar, N 51:
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2 GILMORE YRQDUCTS E HYOS, hut which Oi you huys is 2
2 2 speaking?" S
in soo South K Phone um E
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2 "Sign Oi Pure FOOd" 5
'1-in We 'Specialize in After Show E
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OPEN A . , O E
2 134 sOO'rnK
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J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
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2 AbsI1ire's Grocery A. B. HODGSON 2
2 85 Store : Contractor Eg:
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2 QUALlTY Mnncnnnmsn CEMENT i
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2 L ES PRICES Telephone H68-R 2
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E Mr, Paltridggedr ttqlgat gum The en9s Q
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2 Verclo Gregory: "Yes,"
25: Mr. Paltriclge: "
-2 wanted to know."
Wen, 1 not
"You will be dead by
5 Doctor 1
117 E. Tulare St.. -
EXCLUSIVE Cl'lll.DRl3N'S E
TQ Eskimo: "ll'n1, tlxree months 2 S
fl to uve." E Mrs. Jack Farrar Mrs. Geo. Fetch 2
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tli K Street, Tulare California
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E Drug Store Merchandise
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2 George C. Ferch
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2 We are hoping to get better acquainted not only with our own E
2 FRHINDS but also with those who have not so lar taken the opportun- fi,-
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E select every article ollered lor sale and make sure that nothing but the :fi
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E dresses to be shown in the county. High school graduates "and others" if-4
E will lind this a good place to buy. 2
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2 H. C. MERRITT, Jr., Manager
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XN'cst luyu X j Streets Phone: 1054
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SHIRLEY LUKE 55
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my mm A Sl-IW ORT H' S
Thats all rig
in what happened
One oi our teachers said, 'Tye
often thought that T'd like to go
in for golf, but somehow Yve
never gotten 'round to itg and, be-
sides, T don't understand the first
thing about playing it. Vtfhy, it T
Wanted to hit the ball T wouldn't
' dl to
know which end oi the ca cy
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Phone 28 take hold oi."
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Bill' l'VVhat is an island.
Real Estate ,
Bob: 'An island is a place you
G hiorma 't leave without a boat."
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2 f er you or I, old chappy, wili be
E Auto : turned dogg?
E 1' ' never been dated E
2 Electric Garag
T52 Wiiizrrci Battery Service - 0 1
S - ' H .
E Motor Repairing ' lhe hire oi a pure and innocent 3
E. , miss. 5
2 154 North .I Tuiare. Caiii. E r1hQ UQUNC with th15"' 2
5 3 I m fifty. 5
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2 TO THE GRADU ATTN
E Renieniber as you go th
2 BUTCK f- O
f- Trade at the E
Lowest Prices -
th K Street
And Yve never been kissedg 2
lhey say, if I waited E
N nan eould resist
G CLASS OF '37
5 dug iioni us our
ru life you win be able to go your best in a E
r Pommo 2
LDSMGBH.-E f- o
E Fioor Coverings 2
Putter Paints 2
F u r n 1 t u r e 2
E Successor to Wheeler sy
2 121 North K Phone 139 E
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QE-:E "Then there is the proud father 2 Our Covers Are 2
E who wanted his son to be a ear- E 2
2 penter so he sent hirn to a hoard- 2 MQLLQY MADE 2
551 ing school." E 1555
s foff - th s
2 Miss McGovern: "NVhat is Q ru QL
2 Nitrate?" Q fg-
E Student: "1 don't know, but Q S B fa
'gi it's cheaper than the day rate." 2 i E
E ""f0""! 411 E 91 S 5:
rake abedghe has ast St t- 3
: Los Angeles E
"A student is
head, but never uses it." 2
J. D. i-ieiskeii Co.
Phone 31 Tuiare 2
Q ournuimnin nituooisr E
2 138 South K Street Tuiare, California 2
Ti The ioiiowing correction Sip- 3
I-L paper stated iast week that . r. 2
2 john Doe is a detective in the po- E Kefn 5
"-E iice force, This is a typographi- 2 2
'-Q3 cai error. Mr. Doe is reaiiy a de- 2 , u u 2
fl tective in tiig poiice farce." Tuiares Ongmai Hommowned 5
2 Cash Food Store with 5
Q A1k0akifZilfe1iU110nQTY im? raitocmtiias AND NNE 2
E , o wa I wasnt a e.. MEATS E
25' Twas soiid oak, iii say it was, -2
2 THE Home
1 'run umm T
2 f THE TAVER
From our exten
for THE sonoori 2
THE REST AURAN
- THE oFF1oE,E'ro
2 We are factory agents for t e
3 FAIRBANKS-MORSE Sz oo. 5
Q23 MOLINE SL TWIN CTTY TRACTORS 82 TMPLEMENTS 323
2 XVQ soiicit your business with correct engineering, first ciass niateriai, E
in :rt right prices. Eg:-1
Our new pump wiii be on the market very soon. Ask about it. -Eg
Hwd. 8: 2
HARRY cxzow E Elec. ,
oh Norge iine f-:E
ff'-.es Uwe KNow 'run PUMPING
E-1 Phone 90 Tulare, Cahiorm 5
Ono llundpcd Fm-ty
si WE Wtsn TO THAN
E lor their patronage i
2 iriendship in 1 y
GRADUATES or 1937 2
I continue that A-.
n the past. May me ' A L 5
' the ears to come 2
IvI courrr Braos.
Porterville Corcoran fa:
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"N 'm Miss Archer ain't ho S
h one down to 5:2
Lf-Q Cgngratulahgns dis aitlnoon. S e g E
5 2 de class." 5
2 f A 2 "What class?" inquired the 2
rg Q visitor. 2
2 To the Graduates Q "Yon know, Miss Archer is 2
5 of 1937 2 gwine to he ma'ied," explained E
2 2 the maid, Han' sheys takin' a cou'se :E-
gg C d , G Q in domestic silence." E-
2 or er S rocery : Girl Qat ball gamej: "Isn't our E
T5 North K Street E pitcher grarifl? He hits the club 2
2 3 every time! '-5
"When Casey died he left all E ri
5 he had to the orphan asylum." E SUITS MADE T0 URDER 2
2 "That was tine. What'd he 2 E
2-.3 leave?" Q 2
'jg "His twelve eI3iIdren." Seaman 85 Seaman 2
2:-PQ Doc: "My man, l congratulate 2 PHONE 16 'Ei-
gi you I" E 5
' Sick: "Then l will recover?" 2 Cleaning in PWSSM T52
Doc: "Well probably not-but 2 D g 2
cl ' all 2 E
this is a new disease an in
2 ooNortA'rULArioNs TO 'ras
- Tulare California 2
its l'k rh ' ' E
E 1 e I, ood it will be named alter E 218 South K St. ,
"' YOU. E 5:
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BURNETT LUMBER CO.
Hu"d1'0d For-ty T
i BINET WORK
FOR THE N
Li can bc made to tit your ideas as weii as your space
Tulare Piamng Miii
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-2 , g This re mort was Sound by at
Q15 LHUW MEIN Q doctor in india, who ieit a native
Q'-5:5 2 assistant in charge oi a serious
51:-,Z NOC? DLES E case:
'EZ E 11:00 u. ni. Patient in Iovv cic-
iil- . 2 grae.
lg- 5 Ii :3O zt. in. Patient in the sink.
2 12:00 N. Patient on the iiit.
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E Jlmis Suey 12 .O5 p. rn. gatient tint.
Q New Scotch iootbaii yeiiz Rah, 5-E
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5 D1sTRTEUTOE 2
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E 2l5 Nm-txt ll street, " - F
E-E Christensen,s E ln Atlanta a prize was Offered 'Eel
'gi 2 ior a story Oi the fewest words in 2
E Paflgf 2 rhyme. This was the winner. 2-Tie
3 "A mule in the bafnyarcl, lazy E
is-2 E and slick, 5
E . 5 A boy with a pin O11 the end Oi a 2
- stick 57,3
' still as a E
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2 JUST SOUTH OF THEATRE 'acfgfeeoof of the Mme TEE
e Wish TO Congratulate
T he Class Oi T937
2 ON ITS GRADUATION 2
2 Tulare Dwlsxon
-4 Once you
you have taken a v
E TRUE SUCCESS. 2
E ln athletics you call ' ,
lass Work you call lt NSQU ARE SHOOTING,"
t "TEAM WORKW
2 in c -
5 in the game of life, you call l - 4
2 Co-operation among producers, co-operation between employee and employer, 2
E between merchant and consumer, among members of the community, is respon- '
lx regress our Country has made. The closer the co-operation, the 2
Dair man's Co-Operative
i cturers oi :-
E CHALLENGE C ,
have learned tl
ital step toward
lt HTEAMW ORK
OTT AGE CHEESE, 5
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2 WE EXTEND one coN
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friend for a 2
2 ride in his
E den it grew
E asked what
5 which Mac replied: Hlflist, be 5
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2 "How are your twins? Grow- 5
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2 "We haven't any twins, but E E
551 we've come within one of it six 2 h V , I E
E tgmesp - NQl'lellNG QVER 49c 3
I. Case Farm 3VIacbmery
irvivrmianr comp ANY
E 320 liast Tulare Street
5 'ri2Li3vrioNi2 S96 E
Tulare, Calif. fi
E D e Well lrrigation and Domestic Pumping Plants
Z Machine and Electrical Work
4 STS. 'l'liLEl'llONl2 231
l, AND OWENS .
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TEE: day spoke to his iellow inmate: 1 A 1 3
E "Me mind's all in a whirl. PAVRRYLODY
'-5 "I can't seem to remember any-
'si thing- - 119 East Tulare Street
E "I ean't even remember what 2
E day of the week it is." -
2 "lt's Monday," stated his com- 2 E' A' Coyner
E-1 panion. E
E . U 5 Thorogood Shoes for Men and Boys E
5 "Oh" said the first, Hwliat a 5 3?-5,
2 rotten way to start the week." TULARE, CALTFORNIA -5
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dling nationally accepted Brands of ii
E A home owned store-han
E FRESH VEGETABLES
2 AND Enorrs
2 FRESH MEAT
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DAIRY FEEDS E
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PHONE 59 2
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2 s at Z ARE swine 2
2 V , , E Mr. Knokey and Mr. jones had E
2 Ed ' Pnce Suits are best' Q sliced their bahs into the rough. 12.
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ii- giow Syfilfgs are beg' t 3 time without success. 2
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2 Levi Strauss Overalls are best. E kiiitgr Otaaxiaglfq Exif Sid Sage? '5-.L
2 I 2 watching them came up and 2
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E 2 would it be cheating ii I toid you E
2 2 where they are?" Ti
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M O U T H
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2 South l Street, luhne,
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Q monkey .
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