Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA)
- Class of 1938
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Time, dashing madly in its wild flight
onward, gives us little time to rest, never
And, as we come to the close of another
year at Tulare High School, we look forward
to the future, curious of what it holds in
Yet, in the pages of "Argus 1938" be have
tried to stop and hold, through pictures and
Writeups, the events of a happy year, a year
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Of their convincing victories.
Of their wonderful showing of sportsman-
ship in competition.
The Argus staff takes pride in dedicating
"Argus 1938" to the CHAMPIONS OF
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The League Record
'I'ulu1'c' 213 Delano 0.
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Tlllilll? fig I'n1'te1'villo 0.
'I'ulz11'c 223 Hzmford O.
'I'u!z1l'c 2151 Immclszzy 133.
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'INIIILIVO 1511 Oppunellts 18
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To the B Class Football team, one of
the best trained, most spectacular
lightweight teams Tulare county has
ever seen. Unscored on until the
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THE SEASON'S RECORD
Tulare 285 Delano 0.
Tulare 215 Strathmore 0.
Tulare 125 Exeter 0.
Tulare 273 Porterville 0.
'l'ula1'e 131 Hanford 0
Tulare 30: Lirxclsay 0.
Tulare 271 Visalia 12
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To the B class basketball team, which,
after a disastrous start came through in
the final part of the regular season and
in the playoff to show themselves as real
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To the Members of the Debate Team,
who came through with decisive wins in
the county finals to bring to Tulare its
fourth debate title in five years.
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Miss Irene Conley
In the annual county de-
bate tournament held in
Visalia February 12, Tulare
won seven out of the eight
debates and eighteen out of
twenty-four decisions. In
the finals Tulare defeated
Delano in both debates.
Members of the team:
Anita Whistler and Elmo
Zumwalt. negativeg Roberta
Suiter and Don Hillman,
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Sw-ontl: ,xlill':4ll2Ill, Vtiinniizis. lit-ith-n, lllit-la, Smith.
'I'hc zlthlt-tic council which was fountlctl last ycur for
lhc purpose ol' forinulating a sct of training rules to hc
followcrl hy athletics. has proved to he Very successful
tluring the year of 151357-338. Any infraction of those rules
meant iininecliatc suspension from the squad and only
with thc approval of the council could a player he
reinstatecl. Any player wishing to he reinstated had to
present his case hcforc the council.
'l'hc incmhcrship consists of thosc of the faculty who
lutvc any connection with the sports. Mr. Knokey was
The council consists of the following men: Hilton
Hell. varsity basketball and trainer: Geralcl Erwin.
tcnnisg .Iesse Hexlmerg, ll football: Dale Glick. varsity foot-
lmall: Doug Taylor. track and C huskethall: Pete Beiclen.
liasehall. hasketlwall and l'. 111.3 .lohn Cunnnins, D class
haskcthallg Clarlcs Marsliall, l'. IG.: W. ll. Knokey,
principztli .linnnie .lones. publicity: .l. Rcnncll Smith,
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This year Tulare high school went through football
season and about half of basketball season before We
had any official yell leaders. XVe were helped out a
great deal by Harold Johnson and Emily Souza.
About in the middle of basketball season tryouts
were held before the student body for yell leaders and
the winners served the rest, of the year.
Doug Weinkauf was chosen head yell leader and
look his place on 'the student council. His assistants
were Emily Souza and Bernice Loar.
The trio wore White shirts and gold sweaters with
chenille emblems sewed in front. The emblems showed
a block 'I' in gold and a red megaphonc.
Coach Dale Glick, completing his
third year as A football coach at Tulare
High, has established as fine a record as
any footlrall coach in the history of Tu-
lare. Not only is Glick a "Top" coach
when it comes to foothall, but he is also
a regular fellow. His congenial spirit.
his perslsteney in time of stress, has
been the mainspring that has sent his
football team to a place of prominence in
.Johnny Sturgeon was one of the out-
standing players in the valley this sea-
son, having the best reputation for open
field running in the county, At the con-
clusion of the season he was voted the
most valuable player and all-eounty quar-
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teams at close of the sea
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Coach Jesse Hexberg won himself a
place in Tulare High School's history
this year with perhaps the best-0rgan-
ized, hardest-charging, smoothest-rum
ning lightweight team in Tulare county
history. The team's impressive record
speaks for itself. The spirit of that team
compliments him more than mere words
Gordon Whitc, popular senior, was
elected captain of the papooses this year.
White, a two year letterman, played half-
hack on the county championship team.
He is a two year letterman, and has
established a fine reputation as a plung-
ing hack during his two years of playing.
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Fat-ed with one ol' the toughest as-
signments a c-oat-h can have, that of
shaping a team without veterans of
former years, Coach Hilton Hell was
rredited with having the most improved
team in the league hefore the season was
over. His squad was made up mainly of
lfreshmen and Sophomores which should
speak well for the team in the next two
or three years. This. coupled with a fine
spirit of cooperation and enthusiasm de-
veloped in the team, makes this year a
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Playing his first year on the varsity,
Marshall Choboian, a junior, won the
honor of captaincy of the varsity cagers.
Chohoian, a forward, was a consistent
point-earner for the Redskins as well as
filling his position in a fastepassing, fast-
Chohoian has had a year of experi-
ence in each class, A. ll and C, and
should he a real asset to the team next
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First: Lklariinn-2, Ripper. l.:im-asttr, K1-llt-5, Mt-Valliste-r, Uliohoiaii, Alix-hiuian
Set-ond: Mr. lit-Il, Moran, Mills, Campbell, Smith, Jolinson, QXlvt'ai'tliy.
XVith only one letterman back from the previous
season the varsity cagers spent most of the year building
a team of underclassmen that came through in the final
games to promise for next. year.
The practice season resulted in Rerlskin victories
over Woocllake. Exeter. Coreoran and Lindsay.
ln the league Tulare held the Porterville -County
champs to 130-27 and 25-20, lost both to the 'veteran Vi-
salians lT-U and 27-20, dropped a pair to Dinulma 22-ll
and l7-ll, but split with Hanford and Delano. After
losing: to Hanford 27-20 they came Iwaeli to win 27-17.
Against. Delano, after losing lil-2I the Redskins won the
final game 3-1-23.
With the reputation of being the most improved
team in the league the following men were awarded let-
ters: Chohoian, Smith. Mills, Martinez, Lancaster. Mc-
Allister, Johnson. Kelley ancl lXlcCarty. Martinez is the
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BOB JOH NSON
Making his delmut as a Coach to Tulare
high school Mr. lleiden turned the ll
class basketball team into a county
Championship outfit and hrought the
third athletic championship to Tulare.
Mr. lleiden has a brilliant record he-
hind him lmth as an athlete and a eoaeh
and Tulare is glad of the opportunity of
wishing him more sueeesses and con-
gratulations en his yearis work.
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The fighting spirit that the lf! class
displayed in coming from behind to win
the league title can well he credited to
the veterans of the team, and in a large
sense to Andy Andenian, guard of three
years, who sparked the team on to
victory and was honored with the
captainship at the close of the season.
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Under the coaching of Doug Taylor,
Central Grammar School teacher, the C
Class turned in a successful season, cli-
maxerl by winning the annual tourna-
ment held each year at Tulare.
Coach Taylor, who is just completing
his first year at Tulare, whipped to'
gether a smooth-working combination
that should prove valuable varsity ma-
terial in the future.
Virgil Jensen, sophomore guard, cap-
tained the C team which, despite failure
to win the county pennant, came through
to take the annual tournament.
Jensen, who captainerl the ID team last
year as a freshman, was an important
cog in the C lineup and was creclitecl
with a lot of the local teams scoring.
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First: l.oml1:1rdi, Sliewey, Seperalk, Maniisliiau.
St-voiul: Cuavli Taylor, Slvwai'l, Postal. Jensen, Smith.
Unable to liold their place at the top in the league
standings, due to a inid-season slump because of sickness
the C class eagers eaine hack in the final games of the
year at the C class tournainent and won from all the
schools of the county league.
The regular league games ended as follows: Tulare
Ni, Delano lip Tulare 18. liindsay llg Tulare 18, Porter-
ville 83 Tulare 15, Delano 20: Tulare 17, Lindsay 83 Tulare
10. l'orterville T. Hanford and Exeter played for the
Letlernien for the loc-als were: Jensen, Mainisliian.
Costa, Separak, Lombardi, Smith, Rumley and Stewart.
The C's started their season with a pair of wins over
Buena Vista grammar school.
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First: llarlholf, Hesse, Luvk, Hunt
Second: Stull, Stevenson, Cox, Coat-li Clllllllllll
The Withdrawal of several teams from the D class
and grammar school league left the competition scarce
for this year's team.
Only two league games were played, one with Buena
Vista grammar school, which was a victory for Buena
Vista, and the other with the Central grammar school.
which was won by the D class and gave them a 50 per
cent rating. Several practice games were held during
Coach Cummins took over the ranks as coach of the
D class and built a nice ball team. This was his first
year at Tulare. George Stadden was chosen captain of
the team at the close of the season. He played a for-
ward position and was the chief point-getter for the
Nine letters were awarded them hy the student hody
at the end of the season,
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Coach lleiden, in his initial year as Tulare's baseball
coach. sparked the team on to one of the top positions
in the league. His infield had the reputation of being
the smoothesteworking in the circuit while his team's
batting average stayed high throughout the entire
As coach of the Yannigans this year Coach Olson
kept the reserves busy throughout the season and
developed some good prospects for the coming season.
Honored on his fourth year behind the plate by his is
teammates by being chosen captain, Harlan Henard is Q M Y f
completing an eventful baseball career at Tulare. Harlan . X X
broke into the first string his Freshman year and has
held that position through four years. This year he has X f
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in a high batting average, which was featured by several 3?
long drives, as well as keeping his team's spirit up from "i""'W' i 'pk
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First: Lopez, Rumley, K. llenard, Sturgeon, Dubose, H. Henard, Martinez.
Second: Childers, Mel-Xllister, Broaders, Forbes, Monroe, Bergantz, l,aMarr, Jones Coax
After holding the league leadership for three games
the Redskins were dropped in a questionable game with
the Delano Tigers on April 29. The game was called at
the end of the fifth inning with the locals four runs be-
In the first three league starts Tulare 'vvon over 'thc
Visalia Pioneers 5-3, took a close one from Dinuba 5-4 and
had a circus at the expense of Woodlake, Winning 11-2.
In the practice season Tulare Won over all opposi-
tion except Bakersfield and the Santa Barbara State Col-
Men who saw considerable action during the season
were: H. Henard, catcherg Forbes and Lombardi, pitch-
ers: Monroe and Richards, first base, Dubose, second,
McAllister, third: K. Henard, shortg Hall, left field, Stur-
geon, center, and Martinez, Rumley and LaMarr, fright.
Due to lateness of the season it is impossible for us
to give you the final results of the league.
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First: Salas, Moyle, Leak, Leak, Lopez, Caldwell, Edwards.
Seeondz Coach Olson, Burns, Fernandez, Stull, Mallee, Costa, Mares, Howes
Under the direction of Coach Newell Olson the
Freshman team, known as the Yannigans, put in a good
year of experience for their positions on the varsity next
Two games were played with Corcoran and a pair
with Visalia, all Vic-tories for the local boys,
llergantz led the batting brigade with a mark of .750
with Glenn Edwards and Leak close behind with .G00.
Three pitchers got workouts during the season,
Bergantz. E. Leak and Moyle. Others on the squad
were: Broaders and Eugene Leak. catchersg Jeff Edwards,
firstg Lopez, second, Glenn Edwards, thirdg Mares, short-
stopg Stull, MCRee, Lamar, Costa and Burns, outfield.
The team played games with the regular varsity
nearly every week.
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Uoach Doug Taylor, in his first year
at Tulare, has given good account of
himself with his track squad. Although
the regular county meet will not be held
until after the publication of this book,
Tulare will he a strong contender for
the varsity division, showing exception-
al strength in the distances. He has
kept a large squad husy throughout the
entire season and should have a good
team for next, season.
Vernon Dearing was chosen captain
of the Tulare track team just before the
county divisional meet this year. A sen-
ior, Vernon has been an outstanding dis-
tance man in the valley for two seasons.
Last year he was nosed out for the mile
by Pomeroy of Bakersfield, and this year
should take the event with a possible
county and valley record.
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'suonrlz Mi-Neal, Garland, Perry, Aloranda, Pappas, Moss, lchinag'a, Ayers Hinos ii
clelson, Donahue, Gholstun, Stevenson.
ind: Coach 'I'aylor', Kelly,.lense11,l'a1i11as, Cralvtree, Harris, Pano, Antoniin Tut
ouithz Chatterton, Kroupa, Jennings, Smith, Preston, Furry, Richards, Hillmxn N11 is
Although a mixup in dates will force the finals of
the county track meet to be held late in May, early sea-
son and preliminary meet performances mark Tu1are's
track team as one of the hest in the county as far as in-
dividual performances are concerned.
Lacking the powerful team strength of some other
schools the Redskins nevertheless were near the top in
nearly every meet.
Harris, freshman H class Weight man, consistently
broke all existing records in both shot and discus, in-
creasing both marks consistently lay from four to fifteen
Dearing took an easy mile in the county divisional
meetg Jensen led all others to the tape in a fast 880 with
Hillman secondg Allen took second and Frank third in
the quarter: Gross tied for second in the 220 and White
the same in the pole vault. Donohue and Rocha took
second and third in the 660 B class and several others
took good places in the meet.
Tulare placed fifth in the 20-30 relays, with 22 schools
and 575 athletes competing.
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One ofthe largest tennis turnouts in history took
part in the sport this year. Tennis was moved down 'to
a minor sport in the student body election during the
middle of the year.
After a fairly sucees,sful practice season over a period
ol' lO weeks the team entered the county finals, held this
year at Porterville,
Those that survived the first round were boys, dou-
bles and mixed doubles, Douglas Weinliauf and Harold
Trembley were eliminated in the third round of the boys'
doubles by the Strathmore duo and Charlotte Mitchell
and Wendell Ragan took the count from Porterville in
the mixed doubles.
The tennis coaches were Miss Fisk and Mr. Erwin
and the members of the team were: Genevieve Mulcahy,
Myrtle Jaynes, Anita Whistler. Ann Hagan, Maxine Sun-
lael, Helen Milem. Charlotte Mitchell, Doug Weinkauf,
Harold Trembley, XVendell Ragan, Hilton Frank and Jaei
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Sevolld: Smith, Wilson, Finley, Imre, lioininson, llramvr, HllitPllilC!'Q, Izlvono
After being carried on for several years as a club,
Archery was this year taken over hy the student hody
and made a minor sport.
Five meets were planned for the spring with Fresno,
Bakersfield, Visalia, Hanford and Porterville.
The team shoots the American round, which consists
of 570 arrows in all, shot at distances of 30, 40 and 50
Archery prac'ticc started ahont thc same time as
track and carries on through the spring.
Last year 'l'ulare's archery club had two members
who placed first and second in the state junior division.
Mr. Smith. who ranks high in state archery competi-
tion, is coach of the sport.
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The lloys' Tumbling Team made its first appearance
at Tulare High School this year. under the leadership of
Mr. Marshall, the gym instructor.
A few tumbling fundamentals were taught in gym
classes and enough interest was aroused for a sehool tum-
bling team. All of those who wanted to try out for the
team reported to Mr. Marshall and now Tulare High can
be proud of a future tumbling team which will be one
of its great assets.
Tumbling season started around 'l'hanlisgix'ing time
and lasted until Christmas time, A few exhibitions have
been put, on since then, and more have been planned,
The members of the team practiced after school in
the gym and became quite advanced tumblers in their
routine work. Their routine consisted of: Rolls, dives.
heatlsprings, flips. both back and front, and the most
spectacular of all. the pyramids.
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Loft to righiz Gr-111-rieve Mulcahy, Gertrude
Smith, Mario Slxiylon, lrllva Miller.
One of the most exciting and interesting seasons
of the year is girls' basketball. Fourteen years ago the
girls in Tulare High School chose two Indian tribes to
represent two famous colleges. The Chunutes represent
California and the Wolasis represent Stanford. An an-
nual U. C.-Stanford game has been held ever since that
time, the star players being chosen from class teams.
There was an excellent turnout of girls this year
with more than ever before.
Final class games were played off after school leav-
ing the Seniors the victors by several points over the
Juniors. Star players were then chosen from the class
teams. The U. C.-Stanford teams practiced for a period
of two weeks, after which the Hliig Game" was played
on November 19.
The captains were: Slaiiforrl heavies. Genevieve
Mulcaliyg U. C. licavies, lrllva Miller: Stanford lights,
Marie Slaytong U. C. lights, Virginia XVicks.
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This year the honors for the heavyweight Stanford-
U. C. game went to the fast Stanford team hy a score
This is the third successful year the teams have been
split into lightweight and heavyweight teams and has
worked very satisfactorily as girls of the same size play
together, thus making the games much more thrilling
On the night of the game the gym was filled 'to
capacity with enthusiastic rooters. The Stanford rooting
section was led by Harold Johnson and the U. C. section
by Virginia XVicks.
The Stanford heavyweight captain was Genevieve
Mulcahy. The starting lineup was as follows: Forwards,
Lily McRee and Dorothy XVallace: guards, Lucille Swan-
son and Joy Ernst, centers, Genevieve Mulcahy and
Doris I,-vm-li. Sulmslilutcsi lforwarml, lN'lary 'I'ackcl,i,Z
guards, Margaret llurnarcl, Ruby Thrasher, center, Fran-
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For a long while during the f'Big Game" it looked as
if the U. C. heavies were going to win. But by a few
lucky shots in the last quarter Stanford came out on top.
The game was hard fought with the teams in their blue
and red uniforms flashing across the floor.
Both teams practiced for a month before the big
game. Each team practiced twice a week, U. C. practicing
one night and Stanford practicing another. They had a
few practice games before the final "Rig Game," with
honors about cven, i
Elva Miller was the captain for the U. C. team and
the starting lineup was as follows: Forwards, Gertrude
Smith and Adcll Pedroncellig guards, Elva Miller and
Carol Altafferg centers, Floy Dare and Bernice Cederlind.
Substitutes: Forwards, Rose Pearson, Evelyn VVatkins
and Sarah Bennettg guards, Margaret Sampson and
Audrey Bramerg centers, Katherine Huttenberg and
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fund 1 1 tle, Souza, Rose, Carreiro.
On the night of the final game the Stanford light-
weights surprised everyone by displaying excellent team
work which completely baffled the California team and
allowed the Reds to Win by a Score of 13-3.
Points were awarded to the girls of all teams and
these apply towards the winning of their letters. Twenty-
five points were awarded to the girls going out for bas-
ketball, 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 of the annual Big Game.
Marie Slayton was captain of the Stanford light-
weights and the starting lineup consisted of the follow-
ing: Forwards, Hagan and Slaytong centers, Aslin and
Long: guards, Callister and Castle. Substitutes: For-
wards, Rose, Carrierog centers, Roc-ha and ltayg guards,
Christmas and Souza.
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ctond XX oosley, liionda, Vargas, Hodinlio, Childers, Canicron, Montelro, ljllllllllt llunl
Before the final game was played it was thought that
the U. C. lightweight team was going to win, but the
California Rear Cubs had to bow down to the Stanford
players this year.
The gymnasium was attractively decorated with
Stanford and U. C. colors, red and white to represent
Stanford and blue and gold to represent California. At
tirnes the rooters became so noisy the players were
unable to hear the whistle. The attendance at the
ganie was almost a new record.
The U. C. lightweights were captained by Virginia
Wicks. The starting lineup was as follows: Forwards,
Rosie Vargas and Marjorie Godinhog guards, Leversa
Ethridge and Elizabeth Cainerong centers, Virginia VVicks
and Pauline Yost. Substitutes: Forwards, Annabelle
Cantwell. Dorothy Monteiro, Ruth Donahueg centers,
Eunice Wooslcy. l+'1'ances Hionda, June Yvonne Moore,
Avis Childers: sguarcls. Alclcen Choboian. Lorene Hailey
and .lanic Hunt.
ut rn, Uastle, Host, liolxinsun. I
1 n inson, 17ilIlll'0ll, Mitchell, Whistler.
After practicing volleyball during class for several
weeks, final teams were chosen by Miss Fisk, coach. Two
teams were chosen from each period and official games
were held during noon hour.
This is the second year that Volleyball has been
played under this system and it has been found to be
a lively game with lots of fun. The different teams and
captains are as follows:
First period: Terrible Swedes, Lucille Swansong
Black Panthers, Aldeen Choboian. Second period: Lucky
Thirteen, Charlotte Mitchellg Terrible Twelve, Emma
Robinson. Third period: Jugglers, Rose Mary Castleg
Sockers, Marjorie Rose, Fourth period: Wildcats, Inez
Collinsg Bulldogs, Dorothy Sweeney. Fifth period:
Whistling Whistlers, Anita XVhistlerg Blankety-Blanks,
Mary Gladney. Sixth period: Dirty Dozen, Marie Slay-
tong Damrorfs Dolls, Dorothy Damron.
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'IJztmroi1, Mendoza, NVorley, Myer.
Under the general management of Dorothy Wallace
hockey season went off very successfully.
Each class elected a captain for its team and those
Senior Captainfl-'earl Mendoza.
Junior CaptainfMadeline Worley.
Sophomore Captain-Dorothy Damron.
Freshman Captain-Lesta Mae Eyer.
The Juniors and Seniors met together every Tues-
day and Thursday, while the Freshmen and Sophomores
played Mondays Lmd Wednesdays. During the last week
final games were played with the results that the Fresh-
men defeated the Sophomores l-0, and the Juniors de-
feated the Seniors 3-2. The losers played and the Seniors
defeated the Sonhomores. This left the Juniors as the
only undefeated team and they Were named school
Each 4-lass team player received 25 points for the
sport towawal ll letter with the Junior team members
earning 100 points for being Winners.
Miss Fisk is the hot-key coach.
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Even though the Seniors were defeated by the
Juniors, tlley showed their skill after playing three sea-
Practice was held twice a week with the Jllllllbl'
team. At this tilne various skills were developed, and
At the beginning of the season Pearl Mendoza, a
veteran on the class's hockey team, was elected captain,
and served over the period, Only eleven girls were out,
thus partially handicapping the team. due to lack of
The starting lineup was: Center forward. Emma
Mae Robinson: right inner, Sarah Garcia: left inner,
Audrey Branler' right wing, Frances Bionda: left wing,
.loy Ernst: center half, Dorothy Rush: right half. Emma
Lee Souza: left half, Eunice Woosley: right full, Pearl
Mendoza: left full, lvlarjorie Rocha, and goal keeper,
Much credit should be given to the Seniors for their
line playing even though they lacked players for sub'
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lll 0 Wlonteiro, Holes, D1'illing', Donaliue, Host-.
11rd eatherholt. Snider, Gram, Uzirnron, Murrlom-lc, NVo1'ley, Hn-enw: lthx
s Q lmeron, llzlluzlm, Fuller, Cory, Tl'lxl'zlshel', D. NYull:14'e, Johnson, lllllll lttul
t mls luster.
This year the Junior team nosed out all other classes
and became school champions. Their captain, chosen at
the first of the year, was Madeline Worley, a popular
member of the class. They had a nice turnout for the
VVith the Sophomores and Freshmen playing every
Monday and Wednesday, the Sophomores, after a season
of playing, were above the Freshmen players. The Sopho-
mores chose as their captain Dorothy Damron. The
Freshmen had a good turnout, and elected Lesta Mae
Eyer as their captain. Although they were losers of
the school, they made an excellent showing for their
first year of the game.
Outstanding players in the Junior team were Ruth
Phillips, Catherine Hailey and Ora Mae Wallace. Fresh-
man honors Went to Mary Lampe, a very outstanding
player for her first year.
The turnout in the three lower classes was much
larger than the Seniors with each class averaging about
CS Mtn!! Q fazni.
ldyer, lluriizirml, l:l'illlll'l', Murilm-lc.
The second year of spcedball, a combination of soc-
cer and basketball, was held in the Spring with a very
successful turnout of girls.
Juniors and Seniors met Mondays and Wednesdays
during the week while the Freshmen and Sophomores
stayed on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Final games were played with these results: Juniors
vs. Seniors, Seniors won, 8-Og Freshmen vs. Sophomores,
Sophomores victors, 7-4. The final game was played be-
tween the Seniors and the Sophomores, with the Seniors
Marie Slayton was in full c-harge ofp the sport. Cap-
tains elected for the season Were: Audrey Bramer,
Seniorg Margaret Hurnard. Junior: Elsa Jane Murdock,
Sophomore: liesta Mae Flyer. Freshman.
Miss Fisk Q-oziched the girls during the season.
Games were played after school on the athletic field
and points were given to girls making class teams.
In l 4 mile, O. NV:lllac'v, lloyt, li:1y,tlurlinl1o.
Suomi ll illowell, Xlkrosley, XYorl+-y, Ernst, liuriiard, Flramer, Slayton, Grant
lhird Rocha, Rush, Thrasher, Davis, Fuller, Moss, Nuttenberg, Souza.
ldxciting speedball games and practices were held
between the Junior and Senior girls twice a week for a
period of four Weeks.
The Seniors had a nice turnout this year although
not as large as last year. The Junior turnout was fair.
The Senior girls proved to be the best players in inter-
class games and were declared school champions.
Games were played after school four nights a Week
with the two lower classes playing together and the up-
perclasses Working out together. Each class played each
other class in the finals.
Members of the Junior team Were: Ruby Thrasher.
Rosamond Fuller, Velma Hallowell, Madeline VVorley,
Margaret Burnard, Helen Grant, Rosemary Castle, Ora
Mae Wallace, Kathryn Hoyt, Corrine Ray and Marjorie
Those on the Senior team were: Audrey Bramer,
Emily Souza, Catherine lluttenlrerg, Marjorie Rocha,
Eunice Woosley, ,Pearl Mendoza, .loy Ernst, Dorothy
Davis, Dorothy Rush, Mattie Lou Moss and Marie Slay-
Nw-ond: Hxunsv, l'I:irk, llrown, Slit-rmzin, Swish-r, Hollins, Dodson, Sluylon, Ilzirris.
lhird: M1'1h1irv, liorhzz, Sherman, Lninpe, Eyvr, Murdock, Hallam. Immrou, Uameroii, l'ug.L'h,
Bolt-s, Scott, Hamill-y, Ili-vt-ls, Bllll!ll'll'0, New-ls. It-arson, XVils0n, West.
The Sophomores had an excellent turnout of players,
most of whom had previous experience. The Freshmen
likewise had a good team.
In the semi-finals the Sophomores Won over the
Freshmen hut lost in the finals against the Seniors.
Sophomore players were: Georgia Chumley, Mar-
guerite Revels, Rose Pearson, Elizabeth Cameron, .lean
Ballam, Dorothy Damron, Elsa Jane Murdock, Evelyn
Sisson, Evelyn Harris, Ada Pugh, Mary Elizabeth llolles,
Freshmen players were: .Iuanita Rocha, Ruth Dona-
hue, Aldeen Choboian, Margery Sunkel, Carol Clark, Mar-
garet Ganse. Aileen Brown, Lesta Mae Eyer, Evelyn Sni-
der, Nancy Jean McMillan, Betty June Wilson, Betty
Slayton, Dorothy Monteiro, Mildred and Marion Sher-
man, Evelyn McGuire, Mary Lampe, Edith Collins, Rosa-
lyn West, and Flora Dodson.
From the interest shown this year Speedhall should
he an outstanding sport during the next few years.
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toni! lnilling, Alilem, liertram, Wilt-utl, 'l'l't'lll2llIl, livztns, llunl, l'illlINl4'l'. llNlltN llt
I ix l llilldge-. 'I'rt-main, Alciltiirv, Gill, t'zlrrt-wro.
The girls' tumbling team went through a very suc-
cessful season. The team had a very large turnout and
had the largest tumbling season in the history of the
school, practicing for four months.
Because of the long season and large turnout a
great deal of interest was created with the tumbling
team and the girls became quite expert. There were a
llllllllJCl' of experienced girls on the team who performed
The team was coached hy Miss Fisk, the girls' gym
teacher, who showed the girls many new stunts and the
teams manager was Virginia Wit-ks, a veteran tumbler
of the squad.
The girls performed at the following places during
the year: The Visalia-Tulare basketball game, the Adult
Week-lilnd School program, the Freshmen's Parents
party, Sophomore class meeting, and in the Dance Re-
cital as the lilliiii'lilllg-RilQ,Li'L'1l.V-Allll. ln the Dance lie-
t-ital the girls wore costumes and false faces and repre-
sented rag dolls.
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suond liobinson, Miller, Webb, Rocha.
A new program to replace the May Fete of former
years, the first annual Dance Recital, given by the girls
of the physical education department on April 8, proved
to be one of the most elaborate programs of the year.
Twenty-one dances, featuring more than 300 girls,
were presented to a large crowd in the auditorium.
The dances were in five groups: Travelogue, Char-
acter, Tumbling and Acrobatics, Tap, Caper and Clog and
Modern. Travelogue dances were: Russian Dance, Dutch
Windmill, Wee Bit o' Scotch, English Handkerchief
Dance and Pas D' Espana. Character Dances were: I Am
the Cat, Pirates, The Jewell Tree. Tumbling and Ac-
robatics: Rollicking Raggedy Ann, Rythmic Design. Tap,
Caper and Clog: Southern Medley, School Days, Arithme-
tic. Mdoern: Sea Gardens, Witches Dance, Sauter,
VValtz, Turkish Army, Reverence.
All dances were in costumes made by the school, Miss
Proudfoot and Miss Fisk of the Physical Education de-
partment planned the program.
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This year has been a year of inauguration and vie-
Inauguration of one of the finest auclit.oriums in the
state, a new vocational wing and a gym addition.
Inauguration of exchange programs with towns
throughout the county.
Inauguration of archery as a recognized sport.
inauguration of a lighting system on the athletic
field, paid for entirely by the student lmody.
Victory in athletic and forensic teams, in fact. the
largest percentage of championships of any school in
the county and the greatest number in the history of the
Greatest of all was the presence of a sehool spirit,
only produced by students who are proud of their school
and who wholeeheartedly respond to any attempt to im-
'l'ruly. this has been a year for every Tulare
School Student to lie proud of.
ll ll XFIHH, N. Hillman, Sturgeon. XVatts, XVhitc. Crabtree, Huttenherg:
betond Campbell, Moran, Fuller, Mulcahy, Hesse, Mx. Knoliey.
All the student activities are in the hands of the Stu-
dent Council. The officers of the council are elected by
the student body and the classes.
The officers who served this year: Don Hillman, pres-
ident, Elmo Zumwalt, vice-president, Genevieve Mulcahy,
secretary, Dick Hesse, treasurer, Vernon Dearing, com-
missioner ofl boys' activities, Rosamond Fuller, commis-
sioner of girls' activities, .lack Crabtree, commissioner of
publications, Allan Huttenburg, commissioner of foren-
sics, Erwin Rode, commissioner of news publications, and
Doug VVeinkauf, yell leader. Ann Ragan, president of the
Girls' Student League, Gordon White, president of Boys'
Federation, four class presidents, Senior, John Sturgeon,
.lunior, Neal Hillman, Sophomore, Glenn Moran, Jr., and
Freshman, Charles Campbell. Oran Watts attended the
meeting as advertising manager. Mr. Knokey, principal,
and Mrs. Wilder, vice-principal, represented the faculty.
irsti SIlll'LLQ'HII, Iiauiswi ii, AXUIVIIIIX. I-'ullm-r, IJITIIU1.
-1'1vln1i: Zililixuull. I'Irxx'iii, 241-:lu-rs, .XIvK4-igzliun, .Iunws.
Starting in FCl7l'lIlll'y, Tulare High School put on il
series of student talent lwozxcicasts hy remote control
over stzxtinn KTKC, sprmsorc-cl Irv the 'Fulzlrc Times und
16114-h wcuk an student zlnmmuncfci' wus nuinod to pre-
sr-nt thc- Dl'0Ql'ill1I. which included vocal! amd instrumen-
tul numbers from the high sclioul. grade schools und
Thr YLll'i'lLlS dopzirtmcnts oi' the school were covered
in the scrios, telling the requirements fo1'gi'udL1ution, the
1-lzisses fmffewd. und oquipinent used.
Three spur-iul prugi'uins were liiwuciczlst us well as
thu rcgulzir suriost unch for Adult Week-End School, one
for the illiillldl spring Iiund c'micQrL und one in observ-
llI1i'0 nf' nuliunxzi mush- weak.
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First: Drilling. Preston, W'hitv, iil'3liiL', Tlrozidors.
Svvmiiiz IVl11ng'vr, 'l'l'1-mlrli-y, lXlli'i1'I'S0ll, llm'al'in:', Mr. llvll,
An organization composed of all the boys in school
was revived this year after a lapse of several years.
Officers chosen were: Gordon Xifhite, president: Bill
Preston, vice presidentg Toinmy Drilling. secretary: John-
ny Drake, treasurer. The vice presidents of the differ-
ent classes also served on the Council as well as Vernon
Dearing. student body commissioner of boys' activities.
The organization held several programs during the
year and funds collected from dues and programs went
for various Welfare programs.
The organization joined with the girls to give a Wel-
fare program late in the spring.
Mr. Bell was sponsor of the group.
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t-ond: Alurtlovlt, Mrs. XYil4lt-r, Wlialt-3'
The tlirls' Student League, composed of all the girls
in the student body. have worked hard all year and have
turned out a very successful piece of work.
The G. S. L. did a great deal of welfare work as
usual, especially during Christmas time. Christmas har-
rels were placed outside the office doors and a race he-
tween the boys and girls in filling the barrels was held.
Many articles of clothing and noneperishahle food were
gathered in this way for distribution.
Under the Social Department comes the money mak-
ing ideas, and they were carried out during the year hy
holding hot dog sales after school, concessions at the
Annual Auto Show, and at the football and hasketlmall
The organization held its annual Ullackwards Dance"
in the spring which proved to he one of the outstanding
events of the year.
The officers: .Xnn Hagan, president: Hazel lioddy,
vice president: llelen lleclc, secretary: Hetty XVarren,
treasurer: Opal Whaley. social chairman: Dorothy XYal-
lace. welfare chairman. and lVlart,ha Murdock, program
Mrs. XYilder is adviser.
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bill Poddy Heid, Munger, Wilkins, Mulcahy, Cantwell, Souza, Cantwell, Soults
Colorful music of the champion Tulare High School
Band was equalled in color this year with the marching
unit of the band, featuring three drum majors, pom-pom
girls, and a bell lyre.
Keith Munger acted drum major, with the two
Cantwells, Jimmie and Annabelle, as the twirling majors.
These three usually wore white outfits on parade.
The marching unit of pom-porn girls was dressed in
bright red slacks with full-sleeved bright gold blouses.
Helen Soults handled the beautiful bell lyre which
was out in front of the band on its dress parades. She
was dressed the same as the pom-pom group.
Clever stunts were worked out for the Armistice
parade in Tulare and the football game on that date and
for Tulare's Golden Jubilee, Hanford Homecoming and
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1 lll,.l't'!', Soults, liraiit, Whistler, Fuller, Hoyt, Dodson, NValtson, Heck, VVhaley,
ompson Rose, Suiter. Fantwell, t'antwcll. A
uonrl llcahy, t'ol+-, f'hoboian, Mayberry, llush, llarper, Davis, ltay, RUlUl65', Mitchell,
1 1 nley, t'hristmas, tlist.
hull 1 ill llc-id, lrrillinu. Nixon, Villlllllli-ll, XY1Ison, Nilsson, lfinley, Tait, liush, lla-sse,
lliid Ili! 's Nlxmis lomlclx lllllis
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iiison, Smith, Vin'-ent, l.t-onartl, tlncst, Sta-wart, Iloclia, llarris, Ilrown, Blur-
ielt linih, Stevenson, Rllinlcy, ltvlllgllillll, Souza.
op son, Nelson, Smith, llyrd. Mr. XVhitt-, Smith, Allen, Alilvhcll, Uory, tlilbe-rt,
ii son lViIlw-, HlllI"lllH'I'y, Mitt-lit-ll, Moran.
'l'ulare's High School Hand has scored another series
of victories for the 1937-38 season. The organization this
year has stepped out with a snappy drill unit, more
membership, new stunts, and marching precision that
brought much applause from the side lines. The activi-
ties of the band include concert at County Fair, pep
numbers at football and basketball games and rallies,
parade at Delano Harvest Festival, parade for Post-
master Farley and dedication oi' new post office, concert
at the Tulare County Institute, stunt marching at the
Annual Tulare-Visalia Armistice football game, parade
at Tulare Golden Jubilee.
The spring concert was one of the highlights of the
The band gave a demonstration program for the
All-Western Music tTonl'erence. Soloists, duets, trios and
small ensembles performed at clubs. churches, and public
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irst: Seavers, Hillman,Garla11d. Cooper, Wallace-, Harris. Dooley, West eid I
Nm-oml: Sayre, lililwzlrmls, l'z1llisll-r, lllscoovr, l'1V-cle, l':u-Z, Yilll4'y, fllsr.
lhiisl l'imh Povbn lxlllxrl M hunt XX I Nl Nlllnn Mlm llri I1
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ourthi 'Uzlllistely l,zn'l'l1o1'1w, Nixon, l.coua1'4l, l'I4lwa1'1ls, XVe-sl, llamron, lllllllll L 1
well, Sept-ralc, Mr. WVhitc.
With the completion of the new auditorium, the
orchestra this year has been able to lend itself to many
programs that have been sponsored by the various
departments of the high school. Program music has
been played for the annual Junior and Senior plays,
Drama Night, and Fashion Show, also an hour variety
program was played for the Auto Show. The orchestra
was presented in one of the first broadcasts over Station
KTKC and had the student body as its audience,
Perhaps the highlight of the year's activities was the
presentation of 'tCounty Fair," a colorful stage review,
presented before a capacity house during the Adult
Before the year is over the group will also have
played for the annual Baccalaureate and Commencement
exercises. Many soloists and ensemble groups have been
sent from the orchestra to perform for lodge, radio,
church, service club, school, and community occasions.
Several members have distinguished themselves in
music circles by being accepted by the All-Valley
irst: Mzultlox, l':ipp:xs, lI:nhvo-fit, Willis, Ilouvk, Ilililvlll. tlodinho, Iiil'ltlit-ml, Morris. Malt'-
llllllo, Wootlsertl, A A
41-mul: .l1'ps4'i., .Xloyle-, Xzmslliinflt-r, Ilor-laxrtl, fxlort-s, Kurtz, ilirlon, Imvis, Nlvliols.
Ililrel: Inomnr., Vmiy..XI:ll'l.i1,S'om-l', liirton, SUHZEI, Simmons, Costas, Lulu-, Ilnrris,
lourth: Ilzuniltoli. I,-iptix, Ilit-lutts, tiiulln, Phillips. Vhoboiziii, Mooney. Itrooks. Poison,
tollins. Mr. XX hits-.
'l'Iie ground work for the success of the Tulare high
st-hool buncl and orc-hestrzi is built in the .lunior band,
which is t-omposecl of the beginning students in music
from the second and fifth periods.
Although they make no public appearances the
members of this group get their big moments near the
end of the your in 21 contest held for positions in the
zirlvztlivefl buncl and orchestra for the coming year.
Much of the music of the advanced group is played
in the Junior band while individual instruction is given
the students ot' the beginning band.
The I"reshnn:n student usuully spends at year in the
beginners, then 21 year in the ,Junior band before trying
out for the aiclvuiic-ed bzincl positions.
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First: Fender, Glover, Pitts, Anderson, McGuire, Tuton, Rising, Crabtree, Latrell, Arnold
Second: Hatter, Borha, Mendez, Chacon, Albriten, Hawes, Martin, Casey, Casey, Crabtree
Third: Goethe, Mondont-ia, Avila, Morrison, Borges, Cardoza, Gomes, XVomaL'k, Poison
Penny, Rink, lizly.
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lit-tlenrourt, Payne, Mr. Erwin.
Eighty-five percent of the fifty-six members of the
Girls' Giee Club are freshmen. There is one upper class-
man, and the rest are Sophomores.
The Club has been active during the year, furnish-
ing entertainment for several school and civic functions.
A picked group sang in a radio program and at week-
end school, which was held during the second semester
of the year. These girls are also members of the "Home
Room Chorus." A trio was picked from the group to
sing over the radio later. Singing a number for gradua-
tion is the final examination for the class.
There is a possibility that most of the members of
the club will be in the Advanced Chorus next year.
Mr. Gerald Erwin is in charge of the vocal music.
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irsl: Minldlm-Ion, llipyu-1-, lbulvosc, Mills, Luck, Gregory, Anllonizin. t""'IH'l', llooli,
N-cond: Smith, llllgilll, Castle, Slew-iisoii, 1'I'illlll't'1', lu-aursoii, llnrls, lrcl lil-, Cory, Chnl-
lhirnl' llonzihue. lluller, .Melina l'u:4h, l.o:1r1l, lmmroll, Uxvells, tlorlinho, Ualrrlozn, l'l:il'li,
lourth: Sonlts, 'l'z1ck--tl, XYiclis, Luton, llaire, l,low:l!'1l, l'2ll'l'l'll'U, NNN-lm-li, Jones, llnrris,
Al V. I-Irwin
During the term, Mr. Gerald Erwin has presented
his Mixed Chorus at frequent city and school programs.
The Chorus participated in a VVomen's Club afternoon
program and the All-County Chorus which sang at thc
Teachers' Institute: eight of this group were chosen to
sing in the All-County a capella choir. One evening
during the Christmas holidays, the group rode in a school
bus and sang carols for the residents of Tulare. The
latest undertaking was that of giving numbers for the
weekly radio broadcasts. Helen Soults, Maida Howard,
Virginia XVicks. Mary Tackett, Verdo Gregory, Yvayne
Luck. Donald Cooper and Andy Andonian were mem-
bers of the double quartet which was used at these
broadcasts: while solos were given by Helen Soults and
Numbers were given at the Adult Week-End School
and other Collegmfs Alumni dinners. To close a success-
ful year of novel and classical music the Chorus will
take part in the llaccalaureate program.
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First: Aloylv, llubost-, Jenkins. lhipple, Rini-v, lleraiuntz lloul
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Secoml: Clllllfl-'l'lUll, Kelley. Atkins, Con. Purns. XY:rlker, Smi
'llhirdz Middleton. Ilalrris, lluvk. lil't'g'!ll'j', Ifzllwliv-1', Yrique, Ml lrx
All but three of the twenty members of the Boys
Glee Club are lower classmen, just starting their music
Some of the members of the club have been active
during the year, furnishing entertainment for several
These individuals have sung in quartets, as chorus
members on the radio, in the series of programs given
by Tulare High School by remote control over station
KTKC, and at the Alumni Dinner at the Teachers' In
stitute at Christmas. A few solos have been sung Some
members will sing with the Advanced Chorus at Baccal
This year is the first in at least five yeais that
there has been a lloys' Glee Club in Tulare Union High
A possible group will be in the Advanced Chorus
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With one ol' the largesi casts used in a Tulare ,High
Seliool play. the seniors put on "Ladies of the .luryfl
popular three-am-1 eoniedy, on Friday night. May 123.
'l'lie play was used in movies a few years ago and
was verv popular.
Menilmers of' the east: Mrs. Livingston lflaldwin
Vrane. Genevieve Mulcahy: Lily Pratt. Martha Murdock:
Alayine Mixter. lfloy Dare: Cynthia Tate, Frances XX'ilsong
Mrs. Dare. Gladys I,a'l'horp: Mrs. Maguire. Rita Chase:
.lay .l. Pressley. llalden llroadersg Spencer ll, Ilazey. Har'
I old 'l'reinI1ley: Tom Clarclem-r. Hill Pickering: Steve
Dronnn. .lar-li llallj Andrew lvlarliay. Doug Weinkaufi
Alonzo lleal, Diek Slaughter: .ludge Fisk. ,lames Leon-
ard: Yan Slye. liud Zuniwallg Rutlierforcl Dale. Erwin
Rode: llr, Quincy Adams Jaines, lr., .lolin Sturgeon: Art
Dolmlms. llarden l+'inc'li: Mrs. Gordon, llelle Warren3 Eve-
lvn Snow. llarleen i'ui-ruvg Susanna. lfluniee Woosleyg
elerkr 'l'onnnx llrillin
g: str-iiogl'a1aliei', lllildred llarris.
llolwr-rl Si-ax'e1's was lmusiness nianager.
I II I ll hlg' I.ippim-oil, Walla:-1-..Iloyt, Munucr .loor-, 4L'Il2ll'4lS, XX'his I
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stint Inst, ltngzxn, llarper, lV1m,'ks, Worley, Wilson, Smith.
The first Junior Play to he presented in the new
auditorium was given December 10. The three-act farce,
'tYour Money or Your Xvifej' was presented for one
night only because of the huge seating capacity of thc
The play, centering around dill pickles, a dill pickle
king, his daughter, her wedding, and a hilarious detec-
tive, had a punch in evcry line.
Although the groom was Hamilton Cabot Ill,
played hy Keith Munger, the romantic leads were Doris
Jones, Anita XVhistler: and Ned Graham, Bill Rumley.
The rest of the cast was as follows: Pickett, the butler,
Dick Smith: Dudley Jones, the pickle king, Thiel Lippen-
cott: Mrs. Jones, Dorothy Wallace: Daisy Dix, .lune
Moore: Mrs. Hamilton Cabot, Jr.. Kathryn Hoyt: Chris-
topher Fogg, Don Richards: Millicent Gray, Madeline
Worley: Charlie, Murray Wilson: The Reverend Ent-
whistle, Wendell Kagan. The bridesmaids were Vir-
ginia XYic-ks, Frances Harper. lllary Christmas and .Ian-
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"The Two Lunatics"
With the facilities of the little theatre available this year an ac-
tive season of dramatic performances was furnished.
The year opened with two one-act plays being given as an open-
ing performance for the little theatre, 'lToo Many Women," and "Lost
-A Collar Button."
Annual Drama Night on March 25th featured three one-act plays,
"The Opening of the Door," "He Ain't Done Right by Nell" and
"Small Town Girl."
For Adult Week-End School the Dramatics class presented, "The
Each member of the class learned monologues and these were
presented to class and club programs and before several out of school
Student directors of the plays were: Bette Warren, Regina Nee-
ley, Genevieve Mulcahy and Marguerite Warren.
The Drama Night plays were put on by Mr. ldliceclie and the rest
of the drama work was handled by Miss Thompson,
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ren, LuTho1'p, Chase
Pickering, Curry, XViI
Left to Right--Wil-
liums, Woosley, Wur-
ren, Bradley, Hrozlcl-
ers. Slaughter, Picker-
ing. Jones. Combs,
Loft to Right -
"He Ain't Done
Right By Nell"
Left to Right -- Wil
liams, Pickering, Curry
Jones, Wooslcy. Mur-
Loft, to liighl-llosson
Slaughter, Drake. Hen-
ley, lirudlcy, Combs.
Left to lligl1t--Wu1'-
ren, Jones, lirouclcrs, 1,1
Thorp, Mulcahy, Chase.
Crabtree, Rode, Jones
To the students of Tulare High School three publi-
cations are made possible during the yearg the Student
Handbook, the school paper, called the t'Redskin War-
Whoopf' and the annual known as the HArgus."
The first of the year each student is first given the
Student Handbook, a small, pocket-size handbook of
general information about the school. The book includes
such items asathletic schedules, school songs and yells,
:lass schedules, graduation requirements and club and
Every Friday the school presents to the students
events and current happenings of the school, prepared
by the Journalism class, through the Redskin XVar-
Whoop, a four-page. four-column Weekly newspaper.
lGi'x-vin Rode. cditoreinschicf, has a seat on the student
The "Argus" is presented at the end of the year with
a suinmarization of the activities, and serves a memoir
to each student. Through the cooperation of the mer-
chants of Tulare, clubs and classes, the production of
this annual is niade possible. .lack Crabtree is editor-
Arg us I938 1 titt
A ssistant Editor.
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urns, .l1vmAs, liusrmil. ll--hllrml, Mzirlilif-Z.
Nr-toni! NlIl1l'1lilj', Swanson, l-tain-r, liolt-s, liioumlai, 'Wooslt-y, Willizuns
lliild Wir Jones, Rode, Martin, Cederlind, Hillman, Eyer, Drake.
The process of the publication of the XVar-XVhoop
is interesting. The Journalism class started the year by
electing Erwin Rode as editor-in-chief, with a managing
editor serving for four weeks, and an issue editor elected
each Week. On Monday and Tuesday assignments are
written and Thursday and Friday assignments for the
coming week are made by the editor, managing editor,
and issue editor.
The XVar-XVhoop includes news and gossip concern-
ing students and student activities. The staff published
a special eight-page Christmas edition, and a six-page
Dedskin Vtfar-Groan which consisted only of nonsense,
and will publish a large senior edition.
Financially the War-Whoop has been very success-
f'ul this year. Holders of student body cards were given
the paper for three cents per issue While non-holders
were charged five cents per copy.
Various coiitests were held during the year, such as
grid guess, middle names contest. and a weekly drawing
for a dollar in trade with some merchant.
Arqus . IQ38. i
1 Non. Niels'-n. 2-lmillu, Milli-V, Souza, Sampson, Irrillinyr.
tond lltllowt-ll, XYilson, lflllis, lltitte-nl-vrgz, l.arimer, liirltliead, llolrinvt,
lliiid Il IIIIS, Grant, ljollcs, l:l'llXX'Il, t'arrt-iro, Snider, Williams, lznlni. Mrs.
This year the customary rule of having the Girl Re-
serves divided into the Junior and Senior group was
broken. Since the club was smaller, they were able to
hold dinner parties which each member could attend.
Leading the group as President was lilva Miller,
with Gertrude Smith as Vice-President, Marion Nielson
as Secretary, and Emily Souza as Treasurer. Other
members on the council were: Program chairman, Elea-
nor Dodsong reporter, Mildred Larimerg social chairman,
Margaret Sampson: service chairman, Mary Brown: song
leader, .lean Drilling.
During the year the club had doughnut sales after
school. At Christmas time the club took care of several
needy families with the money collected from these
The purpose ot' the club is mainly social and fur-
nishes the opportunity for the girls to get acquainted
with and create better feeling and understanding among
themselves. This year the club was sponsored by Mrs,
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First: Iiowlallcl, l'raw1or4l, Santos, Svhloh, Reed, Iizlggf-tt, Vhozxle.
Second: Aledlen. Ramos. Slaylon, Ayers, Kennedy, Mhrtin, Kiley. .lolinsoir
'l'hirfl: Smith, Nazgrt-1. Slim-phord, 'l'hmn:ns, Malin, M1-1':1llistm-V, lmmv-on, M4-Ki
Herbert Schloh headed the Future Farmers this
year and served very ably in that capacity. Other
officers were: Jerry Riley, vice presidentg Kenneth
McCallister, secretaryg Russell Holland, treasurer, and
Glen McKinny, reporter and watch dog.
Mr. J. G. McMillan and Mr. Ernst Wattenbarger
were cluh sponsors.
A meeting was held every other week at school and
a night social meeting once a month.
The cluh cooperated with the Tulare County Fish
and Game Association in the extermination of predatory
animals. It also carried on special work at the school
farm as part of this year's project.
The cluh was in charge of an agricultural exhibit
during open house, and entered a float in Tulare
Golden .luhilee Celebration parade.
The Future Farmers is a national organization.
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I list Nl: s Fisk, Uziiitwl-ll, Wicks, Souza, Smith.
tom ixton, Miss Vroutlfool, Hosson, llarper, Whistler,
The Girls' Athletic Association, composed of all girls
who have gone out for some after school sport, including
basketball, hockey, tennis, speedball, baseball, and tum-
bling, is completing its third successful year.
Each cabinet member elected from the members of
the oianization. is responsible for one certain sport and
it is the duty of each to take full charge of all activities
and plans of that sport.
This year's cabinet members are as follows: Presi-
dent, Rosamond Fullerg vice president, Genevieve lVlul-
cahy: secretary. Ann Ragang treasurer. Francis Harper:
basketball manager. Gertrude Smith: hockey manager,
Dorothy Wallace: tennis manager, Anita Whistler: speed-
ball manager, Marie Slayton: volleyball manager, Vir-
ginia VVicks: dance manager, Patsy Rossong song leader,
.Iune Moore: advisers. Miss Proudfoot and Miss Fisk.
'I'hc aim ol' the Cl. A. A. is to develop physical cifi-
ciency and interest in athletic activities. 'l'he duty ol'
the G. A. A. is to take care of all girls' sports.
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lfirsl: Rnvisvioni, Souza, Arm-mls, Noiai, Kennedy, llolflia, Miss l'1'un1y.
Svc-ond: Nf'2ll'?A'2lS, Altal'I'ur, Aremls, Ilarris, Allen, Ray, Se-verson.
'l'hi1'd: Pacheco, Garcia, Mendoza, Royal, Revel. Rose-, Rossotti, Lum-io.
1+'ourth: Slayton, Davis, Matlack, Bcrtch, Losey, lligdon, Iloolu-r, Hurts.
Being hosts to the entire San Joaquin Valley Asso-
ciation of Home Economics clubs was the highlight of
the activities of the Senior Home Economics club this
Officers who served during the year were as follows:
Marjorie Rocha, presidentg Gladys Kennedy, vice presi-
dentg Emma Mae Robinson, secretaryg Frieda Raviscioni,
treasurerg Fern Arends, historiang Mary Souza, reporter,
and Birdie Mae Higdon, pianist.
Many different types of activities were held during
the year. including serving at various banquets, main-
taining a check booth at affairs at the lvlemorial Hall
and during Adult NVeek-End School.
The honor of being hosts to the valley group Was
upheld with a delightful program held early in March.
There were 150 girls present for the convention.
Many activities for the club, planned for the closing
Weeks of school, include a lVlother's Day tea, held jointly
with the .lunior club and a skating party and taffy pull.
Miss Prunty is club adviser.
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Qogfgkf Lt! Kumar V unit tw:
First: xi1ll.l1If'li, NVelsh, G2ll'X'ilST, ltoehzi, llzzrris.
Su-cond: Dooley, xV0Olli1l'1l, Lalmpe, lladdork, Moles.
Third: Iugh, Edwards, Gzinse, llaiicoi-li, Mitchell, Miss Johnson.
The Hostess Club. formerly the Junior Economics
Club, had a very successful series of events throughout
the year. With their aim, to develop efficiency, leader-
ship, and responsibility and to be active leaders in home
and community life, they have turned out a very suc-
cessful club. Popularity is shown through the fact that
ten new girls enrolled the second semester.
Activities are as follows: The Mother's Day Tea
with the Senior group, waitresses at banquets, and
various other social affairs. March 19 the Valley con-
ference was held here at Tulare High School. Mary
Gavras, who is president of the club, served as an officer.
There are six officers of the club, as follows: Presi-
dent, Mary Gavrasg vice president, Virginia Hansen,
secretary, Ada Pugh: treasurer, Juanita Rocha, newss
paper reporter, Alice Dulyg and chairman of the point
system, Myrtle Harris.
The Hostess Club is a member of a national organi-
zation. A point t-7-VSl.Clll is used and national pin is given
for service points. These points are given for the va-
rious activities of the club.
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First: llliddlf-ton, 'l'ills, llniiivlson, I+'oi'b+-s, Mzirtim-x, lIil':1f-V, Irvin, tlilison.
Se-comic .Xmlvrsoii, Morirm-, I-ioyei, Kalslilti. .loin-H, Alorrison, Simmons, Allin
'l'llird: lNLcl':lllister'. Marlin, Nlllhlqil, Vincent, xVilllilllS, Martinez, liurns, Mendel
Fourth: Mr. Suiter, l'4'hita, lirogail, Douglass, Vhildvrs, Tait, Gibson, Rossolti
The Automotive Club, one of the oldest clubs in Tu-
lare High School, centers its activities around the Annual
Auto Show which is held each year in the gym.
The club meets every other Wednesday during Home
Room period and usually once a month outside of class,
Where refreshments are served and the club enjoys some
The officers for this year are: Herschel Forbes, presi-
dent Cpilotl: Emerson Hifner, vice president Cco-pilotly
and Ray Martinez, secretary-treasurer Cnavigatorl. The
club is sponsored by Mr. Suiter and Mr. Sheesley.
The purpose of the club is to get the boys acquainted
with other shop work besides auto-mechanics. Some
of the vocations they study are electricity, aviation, air-
conditioning, and Diesel.
The club usually has three main projects they do
each year which include the annual Auto Show, a trip
to San Luis Obispo to study the shop work in the college
there, and some of the members make a trip to San
Francisco to an automobile assembly plant there.
With lllUI'4' 1111111 s,4lill,ll0l1 W1ll'lil ul' CClllilJllll'lll 1111
rlispluy the 'l'Clli,il Alllllllli Auto Show of 'I'ulz11'e High
School wus held on Deceniher 10, ll, with several
lil0llSilllIl perseiis zittenrling,
More than lflll boys took part in this years show,
clf1i11g ull el' the exhihiiing and QXlJi2lillillg the 153538 model
a11,1to11111l1iles to the visitors.
Several speciz1lfeuLLl1'es were put into this y6?i1l"S
slww. such us cut-clown models of cars, moving pictures
of 1-111' lllllllLliLlCilll'Q und cle111:111sL1'zxt,io11 and exhibits of
Music for the uffuir was furnished hy the lTlQ11liJC1'S
ul' the high sc-liool c11'cl1est1'u and granimur school music
The project is the only one of its kind i11 the state
where the show is entirely put on hy the boys of the
Ml: Suiter and lXl1'. Sl1eesle-y were clireclurs of the
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limrsl: LllllHlll'lPlI, lu-ck, ll'llllZl, lmgrli-y, iollvv.
Second: Mr. 'l'1ll1llL'l', Chz1Lle1'ton, l'e1111elzalxor, S:nr1nci1l, Lilly, lmvis.
Thiel Lippincott served as President for the Radio
Club this year, with Cecil Chatterton as the Secretary-
Treasurer and Ray Keck as Business Manager.
The purpose of the club is to help the boys interested
in radio and electricity to do advanced Work in the va-
The club was very sorry to lose their organizer and
adviser, Mr. E. A. Tanner, who left at mid-term to accept
a position in the south. Mr. Tanner was replaced by
Mr. Nelson XVitte, school electrician.
Several interesting meetings were spent studying
radio waves by means of an oscillograph.
Many of the members have built new transmitters
and receivers or remodeled their old equipment.
The club furnished the student body with loud
speaker equipment for football games. dances and stu-
dent body assemblies.
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nrsli llodt-, llullf-nb:-rg, I,t-onawl, Nixon, llist-outer. Vimllt-y, 'Vinglf-y.
eomlz Slztyton, lfisher, Imdson, Nielsen. lflrown, lfinley, llillman, Mr. 'lktnntt
lll'1l2 Nthalev, tllst, Wlnistler, Wlialf-y, Suiter, Alulealiy, Ilesse, Faniplu-ll.
lourth- Sc-avers, Howard, Faillistf-i', NY:ull:tm-, Hoyt, XVorl1-y, lfullt-r, Zuma'
'l'he Honor Society again enjoyed a successful year.
The club chose James Leonard as president for the year,
with the office of vice president being held by .Iimmie
'Fingley the first semester, and Alan Huttenberg the
second, Madeline XVorley was secretary and Erwin Rode
Mr. Tanner was club adviser until the second semes-
ter. At that time Mr. Tanner resigned from the faculty
and Miss Beers was appointed in charge.
A committee appeared before the Faculty Advisory
Committee and requested a number of privileges which
would increase the interest in membership in the Honor
Society, Two privileges were obtainedg that each mem-
ber shall be privileged to omit final tests in any subject if
he or she so desires and that the members shall be en-
titled to a half-holiday on a school day once a year.
A basketball rally, given as a parody on the .lack
llenny program, was presented by the group.
First: Tait, Martin, Anrlonian, YVhite, IVayberry, Hillman, Mar'5t'osian.
Second: Lopez, Martin, Katsulqi, Donahue, lirillinfr, Hillman, Smith, Cooper,
Third: Mr. Hexberg, Harris, Lombaldi, Lopez, Kaisuki, Hesse, Fraiilq.
Despite the fact that the club was not organized until
late in the first semester the B Lettermen again had a
successful and active year.
Mr. Hexberg acted club sponsor.
Officers of the club Were: Andy Andonian, president,
and Dick Hesse, secretary-treasurer.
Each year the combined organization of the Golden
T and B Lettermen clubs sponsor a Lette-rman's Ball
and Banquet. Both the dance and the banquet were a
success this year.
Initiation was held after football season to initiate
the new members. An unusually large number were tak-
Cornelius HDutch" Warnierdain, Olympic Team Pole
Vaulter. was the speaker at the banquet and speeches
were given by the coaches and some seniors.
W'inners of B class letters in major athletics are
eligible for membership in the club.
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I dm-rson. ll. llenzurwl, Stiirgcon. llusscll. ll. .Xn4lerson. Raman.
llllllill In ll'lllil'. Alsirtincz, Gionto. Zuinwall, llillman, 'l'1'v1nbIcy, Mr. Glick.
The Golden T members started the year by electing
.lohn Sturgeon, president: Vernon Dearing. vice-presi-
dent: and Don Hillman. secretary-treasurer. Mr. Glick
again served as sponsor.
New members were initiated into the club following
the close of the football season with another initiation
planned late in the year. The club is only for the boys
who made a varsity letter and is to help the sports pro-
gram throughout the year.
The annual banquet of the A and B class letterlnen
was held on April 13th in the Little Theatre.
The banquet was followed by the annual dance.
Music was furnished by Johnny Seavers' orchestra. Spe-
cial dccorations, bat dances, door prizes and prize dances
made the affair one of the biggest social events of the
:ond II ill. lillllA'l'. I'r4-sion, llroanlers, 'I'l1omas. KIcl'allisler, .l. Monrm-.
illllll N Xls
mrov. lil4'lllll'li'4, llllllllt'X. l.i1-pilicolt, li. Ile-hard, Alilclu-ll. .lum1s, .Xl'1lli2llllll
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First: XVhite,'Hesse, lfrank, U. Hillman. llrilling. llillnian, Zumwalt.
Second: lJe:1l'ing', Rode, Katsnki, Hiittenberg, Preston, Watts, D. Hillman, Jones.
'fliililrlil Mr, l3n-iden, Hall, Knopf, Cl'ELlIl,l'tf1:5, l'f'hit:1, Sturgeon, liichzirfls, Jensen, Mr. Mal
s a .
VVith Mr. Beiden and Mr. Marshall as sponsors, the
Scalpers Club has gone through its second year of ac-
tivities as a service club.
Officers of the club were: Hilton Frank. president,
and Alan Huttenberg, secretary-treasurer.
The club met on Monday nights in the gym and one
of its activities was athletic, having a basketball team
that played several out-of-town teams.
The main project of the club was a "smoker" on
"Athletic Night" on January 25. The program featured
boxing and wrestling bouts and a basketball game with
refreshments being served as a finale.
During the regular meetings outside speakers were
brought in to talk on different topics such as athletics,
conservation, travel and hobbies.
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As president ol' this class I extend congratulations
to you as a class for the fine spirit and cooperation you
have shown through the four years we have been
together. We have come up through hard times and
poor buildings with flying colors to reap the glories
which are duly ours.
Soon our numerals will be along with those of the
classes that have gone before us. We, as a class, will
be just a memoir. but in that memory we as Seniors will
leave a record that will stand and be the envy of many
Classes to come.
We have looked forward to our graduation with
eager anticipation and joy, but now that we have
reached that goal. the climax all our sorrows, glories,
companionship with teachers and friends We stop and
wonder Whalfs ahead. A cruel and heartless World?
Not altogether, but a place of new friends, new jobs,
trials and responsibility. Not altogether different from
what we have had but a place where there is an endless
struggle of humanity for the endearments of life. The
easy part of life will be gone, but I feel you have the
ability to stay right in there.
First: Drilling, Hillman, Sturgeon, Trembley.
Second: Myer, Loar, Roddy, Reardon, Finch,
Third: Broaders, Seavers, Martin, Kroupa, Mr. Glick.
' .th representation on every championship team.
foo.oall, basketball and debating, the seniors upheld the
honors of the outstanding class during the year.
Regular class activities included programs held once
each month, and the annual senior Christmas dance.
Sweaters, in blue and white, were purchased early
in the year by a large majority of the class.
Officers who served during the entire year, being
elected each semester were: President, John Sturgeonl
vice president, Harold Trembleyg secretary, llernice
Loar: treasurer, Robert Seavers.
Council members during the year were: Virginia
Lee Murray, Tommy Drilling. John Sturgeon, Harold
Trembley, Robert Seavers, Joyce Reardon, Gerry llyer.
Harden Finch. Halden Ilroaders, Hazel Roddy. Dale Hill-
man, llernice Loar, Eddie lVlart,in. llill Pickering and
The class presented the Clever, "Ladies of the Jury,"
for its play early in May.
HOMEMAKING-May Fete '35, '36,
INDUSTRIAI, f Automotive Club
HOMEMAKING-May lfete '35, '36,
Home Economics '35, '38, Girl Re-
serves '36, '37.
HOMEMAKING-May lfete '35, '36,
Basketball '37, '38: Volleyball '36, Girl
Footlmull '35, '36, '37, '38, Ilusliethull
'35 '36 '37 "58"l'1'zlck'35 '36 '37 '38'
' ' Y ' W ' V ' v 1 7 y V
li Letlermen '36, '37, '38, Home Room
. , ,. - ,.,
INDUSTRIAI,-lfootllmll '36, '37, '38,
I5 lmltermen '37, Basketball, '35, '36,
"ST 'I'r'1ck '36 '37
IIOMIGMAKING--May Fete '35, '36,
Home Economics '35, '38, Girl Ree
serves '36, '37, Dance Recital '38.
Girl Reserves '37, Home
HOMEMAKING A Girl Reserves '35,
May Fete '35g Basketball '37,
Whoop Staff '38,
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Band
'35, '36, Spanish Club '36, Hi Y '36,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Girl
Reserves '35, '36, '37, May Fete '35,
'36, Hockey '35, '36, '37g Speedball '35,
SECRETARTAL - Camera Club '35,
'36, '37, Volley Ball '36, Basketball '37,
Hockey '35, '36g War-Whoop Staff '38.
SECRETARIAL-Hockey '36g Girl
Reserves '36, '37, Tennis '36.
HOMEMAKING - Philharmonic
Club '36, '37g Band '35, '36, '37g All
County Band '36, '37, Class Council
'35, '38, Vice Pres. Girls Student
Argus, , I938,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - War-
SECRETARIAL-Girl Reserves '35,
'3G: War-Whoop Staff '38,
INDUSTRIAllv-Footllall '36, '37,
ball '38, Specdball '3Sg Dance Recital
COl.l,l'IGl+I l'lll'll'AliA'l'OliY - Jun-
im' Play '37g Basketball '30, '37, Sen-
ior Council '38, Track '3Gg Scalpcrs
L,OI.l,lfZGlC l'Rl+ll'ARA'l'OliY - Ar-
gus Staff '383 War-Whoop Staff '38,
Basketball '35, '36, '37, '38, Camera
Clulm '37: Hockey '35, '37.
Chase, Rita Helen
COl,l,l'lGlC l'RlGl'AllATOl1Y - Hec-
key '3fi: Speecllmall '36, '37, '381 Junlor
Play '373 Spanish Club '37, Girl Re-
.,,,., a.,, , f ,,,,, Argus l938
INDUSTRIAL - Radio Club '38,
Track '38g Automotive Club '38.
INDUSTRIAL - Automotive Club
,38Q Tumbling '38, Baseball Manager
men Council '35, Track '37, 385 Home
Room Chorus '36, '37, '38.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Bas-
ketball '35, '36, Camera Club '35,
Iiand '37, Track '38.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Bas-
ketball '35g Class Council '35, '36g
Scalpers Club '37.
HOMEMAKING-May Fete '35, '36,
Tumbling Club '35, Camera Club '37.
Argus l938 , ,.,. I
COl,l,lCGE l'REPARA'l'ORY - De-
bating '35, Glee Club '36, Girl Re-
serves '36, Dramatics
SICCIKETARIAI, -- Junior Play '37,
Basketball '37, '38, Hockey '36, May
SECRETARIAL-llancl '36, '37, '38,
Speecllmall '36, '37, Hockey '36, '37g
May Fone '35, '36, '37.
AGRlCUI,'l'URAl, - 'l'1'z1ck '37, '38g
Golden 'I' '37, '38, Student Council '38,
Junior Play '37, Class Council '35, '36
lNlJllS'l'RlAl,-Automotive Cluli '3T.
COI,l.,l+lGE PRICPAHA'I'ORY - Has-
ketlmall '37: War-Whoop Staff '38, La-
tin Club '35, '30, Hoys' Fecleratioix
Council '38: Dl'2llTlllLlCS '38,
C'UI,l,EGlC I'IiI+Il'AR.-N'l'OllY - Has-
kctlmall '35, '36, '3T. '38: Football 735.
'30, '37. 38: lloys' l'1CilCl'2ltl0ll Council
'33: II llcltormcn 'ISSJ Scalpers '38,
Um! llumlrwl 'I'l1x'1-1-
SECRPlTARlAL4lVlz1y Fetc '36, Has-
ketball '38, Speeflhall '33
SECRETARIAL - Class Council '35,
'36, '37, '383 Class Secretary '37, '38,
Girl Reserves '35, '36, 'I-37: Wur-
Whoop Staff '38, Associate Editor of
INDUSTRIAL - Boys' Federation
'383 Chorus '38, Carpentry '383 Auto
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - .lun-
ior Play '37: Class Council '35, '382
Band '35, 36: Orchestra '37, '38, Hon-
or Sociely '35.
SECRETARIAL-Class Council '35,
'36, '37, Honor Society '35, '36, '37, '38,
Girl Reserve '37, Hockey '36.
INDUSTRIAL-Football '36, '373 Au-
tomotive Club '37, '38, Band '35, '36,
Auto Show '36, '37, '38.
Arg us I938
COLLEG E PREPA RATORY - Foot-
ball '35, '36, '37, '38, Basketball '35,
'37: Sculpers '37, '38g H Letterman
'383 Tumbling '38.
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - May
Fote '35, '363 Volleyball '371 Speedbull
'36, '37: Home Economics '38, Spun-
ish Club '35.
Sl'X'lll+1'l'ARIAI,-May Foto '36, Au-
to Show '3fig Volleyball '37: Cliorug
lNDUS'l'lllAI, -- Tumbling '3G. '37:
l!uncl.'3!S. '37, '38, Orclwcstra '3fi: Au-
tomotive Club '36, '37. '38: Auto Show
AGlilCUl,'I'UIlAl.G-flluml '35, '36, '37,
Ferleration '38, Football '36, Basket'
bull '37I Golden T '38.
Om- lllllllll'Q,'Il Fim-
Haggberg, Hazel Ann
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Girl
Reserves '36, Tennis '35, Hockey '35,
May Fete '35, '38.
Golden T '37, '38, Band '37, '38, Foot-
ball '38, Tennis '37, '38, Scalpers '38,
estra '35, '36, '37, '38, Latin '35, Cam-
era Club '36, Hockey '35, '37, '382
Speedball '37, '38.
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Girl
Reserves '35, '36, '37, Treasurer '36,
SECRETARIAL - Basketball '36,
Hockey '35, '36, G. A. A. '36, '37, '38,
Girl Reserves '35, '36, War-Whoop
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - May
Fele '35, '36, Spanish Club '35, Girl
Reserves '36, '37, Home Room Chorus
'37, Girls Glee Club '36.
INDUSTRIAL-Golden T '35, '36,
'37, '38, Football '35, '36, '37, Baseball
'35, '36, '38, War-Whoop Staff '38,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Girl
Reserves '35, '36, Latin Club '37:
Chorus '35, '363 Honor Society '37Z
lluncl '37, '38,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Stu-
dent Hody Treasurer '383 Scalpers
'36, '37, '38, Football '36, '37, '382 Ruse
ketball '35, '36, li Lettermen '37, '38,
lNDUSTR1Al.fTrack '35, '36, '37.
'38: Automotive Club '36, '37, '33,
Golden 'I' '37, '38: Carpentry '38:
Higdon, Byrdie May
SlCClll'I'I'ARlAl,--Spanish '35, Girl
llc-serves '36, '37: Home ICQ-onoinivs
TSN: Many Vote '35, '36: Orc-hcstru '36.
C01 ,l ,ICG IC l'ltl'1l'A RA'l'OllY-Truck
'35, '36, '37, '38: Hi Y '35, '363 Sculpcrs
'36, '37, '38, H Lettermcn '37, '38,
Senior Council '38,
COLLEGE PHIGPA llA'l'OllY - Clusfs
President '35, '37: Track '35, '36, '37,
'38g Honor Society '35, '36, '37, '38,
llebating '36, '37, '38,
COLLICG IC l'ltEI'ARA'l'ORY-
Chorus '3J: A Capella Choir '37: Hon-
or Soclety '35, '36, '37, Latin Club '35,
'36, '37: Home Room Chorus '35, '36,
Arg us I938
V- . 4
,ie Hunt, Eileen
SECRETARIAL-May Fete '36: Girl
SECRETARIAL-May Fele '35, '36,
Girl Reserves '36, '37, Orchestra '36:
Basketball '38, Hockey '35, '36, '37,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Stu-
dent Council '38, Class Council '35,
'371 Honor Society '36, '38, Band '37,
'38, Scalpers '36, '37, '38.
lNDUSTRlAL - Basketball '37, '38,
Automotive Club '37, '38
Club '36, War-Whoop Staff '37,
Girl Reserves '37, '38, May Fete '36.
'37, '38, Track '35, '36, '37, '38 Captain
'37, B Letterrnen Club '37, '38, Scalpe
HOMEMAKING-May Fete '35, '36.
Argus l938 L l-l1l 11-1
INDUSTRIAL - Basketball '35, '36,
c: mia w
GICNICRAI, COlVIMl'IRClAl, - llzmrl
'35, '36, '37, '38g Yell I1CLlflCl' '371 Cum-
eru Club '3fi.
bull '36, '37, '383 Baseball '37, '38g
Golden 'I' '38g Truck '3fig llasketbull
INIDUSTHIAI, -Y Automotive Club
lNllllS'l'lil1Xl, --f- llzlslivllxlll '36, 'SETI
Autmnolivc Club '383 ll Lcttormon
T381 Sczllpcrs '36, '37, '38,
lNDUSTRIAl.-lluskmbull '35: Cum-
oru Club '37.
l'Ol,l,ICGlC l'Hl+1l'AIiA'l'0RY - May
Foto '35, '361 Speerlbzlll '37: Clase:
Uoullcil '37: Spzmish Club '371 Home
l'lCOllOll1lCS '38. Vice Preslclcnt.
lNDUSTRIAl,--Football '383 lluskct-
Hm- Hlllllll'4'1l Nim-
Argus F l938
INDUSTRIAL-Senior Council '38,
Archery Club '38, Baseball '38, Track
'38, Boys' Federation '38
COLLEGE PREPARATORY -- Ten-
nis '35, Hockey '35, '36, Camera Club
'36, Philharmonic Club '37, Orchestra
'35, '36, '37, '38,
Society '35, '37, '38, Camera Club
'36, '37, Band '36, '37, Argus Staff '38,
Snap Editor, Class Council '35,
Lewis, W. K.
INDUSTRIAL - Automotive Cluo
Q 5 SECRETARIAL-Girl Reserves '35,
,X '36, Band '35, '36, '37, '38, Class Coun-
C 5 'Q cil '38, Secretary '38, Argus Staff '38,
X - Assistant Editor, All County Band
,f '36, '37.
SECRETARIAL - Hockey '35, Girl
Reserves '35, '36, '37, '38, Home Room
Chorus '36, May Fete '36, Home Eco-
nomics Club '38.
HOMEMAKING-May Fete '35, '36,
Girl Reserves '36,
Argus , , I938 t ,l1.l Ht ..1liA
eu Zo 1.4
HOlVllf.lVlAKlNG --f Nluv lfete '36I
Home Economies '37, '38,
GICNERAI. COMMICRCIAI, - Foot-
ball '36, '37, '381 I3 Lettermen '36,
Golden T '37, '38,
GENERAL COMMERCIAL -- Girl
Reserves '36, '37, May Fete '35, '36,
Glee Club '35, '36,
lNDUSTRIAI.-Football '35, '36, '37,
'38, Basketball '35, '36, '37, '33, 'l'1'aelx
'35, '36, '37, '383 ll Lettermen '36, '37.
lNDUS'I'RlAL 3 Automotive Club
COLLEGE l'REl'ARA'l'ORY f Class
Council '35, Latin Club '35: H Lotter-
men '37, '381 Football '35, '36, '37, '38,
NVHI'-Vl'hoop Staff '38,
INDUSTRIAI,-Football '35, '36, '37,
T383 Basketball '37, '38: Baseball '37,
'38: Automotive '36, '37, '38g Golden
'I' '37, '38,
Um- Ilumlw-fl l'Il1-xw-ll
E L1 fo 'CJ
IIOMEMAK ING - Hcme Economics
'35, '38, '37, US.
INDUSTRIAL - Automotive Club
IlOMElVIAKlNG-May Fefe '35, '36,
Hockey '36, Speedball '37, Home Eco-
SECRETARIAL-Basketball '35, '36,
'37, '38, Girl Reserves '36, '37, '38,
Treasurer '37, President '38, Hockey
'35, '33, '37, May Festival '35, '36,
Dance Recital '38.
Morrison, Harold L.
INDUSTRIAL-Auto Mcchzmics '36,
'37, '38, Auto Show '36, '37, '38,
Moss, Mattie Lue
1,2 ,,Z 7' COLLEGE PREPARATORY V- May
, o F f ,ff Pete 2361 Girl Reserves '32
t ' I .l Hockey '37, Speedball '37, '38, Base-
, ' .-.r ' ' WN , mu '37,
A u S l 8 Ullc Hundred Twelve
tary of Student Body '38: Commis-
sioner Girls Activities '37: Basketball
'35, '36. '37, '38. Capt. '36, '37. '38: G.
A. A. Council '36, '37. '38, President
'37: Junior Play '37: War-Whoop
Club '35: Junior Play '37g Class Coun-
cil '37: G. S. L. Cabinet '38, Drama
SECRETARIAl.fSenior Council '38:
Dance Recital '38,
INDUSTRIAL-Auto Mechanics '36,
'37, '38: Auto Show '36, '37, '38, Foot-
ball '38: Camera Club '35.
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Has-
C0l.l,EGE l'REl'AIiA'l'ORY W llaml
'35. '36, '37. '381 Orchestra '37 ll-38,
Philharmonic Club '37, '38: .unio"
Play '37: Honor Society '36, '11, j
Pacheco, Mary i
HOMEMAKING - May l
Home Economics '38
1 ..... ..., ... .. ....,. . .... . A rgus I938
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Class
Council '35, '38, Junior Play '37, La-
tin Club '35, '36, Dramatics '38, Band
'35, '36, '37.
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Foot-
ball '38, Basketball '38, Automotive
Cgub '38, Auto Show '38, Baseball
' HOMEMAKING - 'Tumbling '35,
Home Economics '36, '38, Girl Re-
serves '37, May Fete '35, '36, Auto
HOMEMAKING - Home Economics
'35, '36, '37, '38, Vice President '37,
Treasurer '38, Volley Ball '37, '38.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-G. S.
L. Council '38, President '38, G. A.
A. Council '35, '36, '37, '38, Secretary
'38, Class Council '35, '36, Secretary
'35, Tennis '35, '36, '37, '38, Basket-
ball '35, '36, '37, '38.
Randall, Wm. A.
INDUSTRIAL-Camera Club '35, '36,
Basketball '37, Tennis '38.
Club '36, Spanish Club '37, May Fete
'36, Class Council '38, All County
Chorus '37, '38,
! u S I 8 Une Humlred lfourteeu
IIOMEMAKING-May Fete 735. 'illil
llasketball '3fS. '37: Hockey '37, '3SZ
Home lllconomics '35, '36, '37, '38.
lNlJllS'I'IilAl, - Automotive Club
'37, '38, Track '37, '38: Hand '35, Auto
Show '36, '37, '38, Camera Club '35.
GIGNICRAI, COMMILRCIAI, W May
Fete '35, '3li: Dance Recital '38.
Robinson, Emma Mae
Al'C'llCl'.V '38g llocltcy '38,
lNlJlYS'l'lilAl, if llaml '36, '37, '38,
Philharmonic Club '37g Automotive
Club '37, '33, 'l'1'ack '37, Auto Show
'36, '37, 'SSH
SICCRl4I'l'AItIALfllaskctball '37, '38,
Spccclball '37, '3S: Hockey '35, '36, '37,
'38, Home Economics '37, '38, Treas-
urer '37, Presiclcnt '38, Dance Recital
t'Ol,l,lCGl+Z l'lll+Il'AltA'l'OltY - XVar
Whoop Staff '3S: Student Council '38:
Honor Society '35. '36, '37, '38Z Golden
'I' '38: Sc-alpcrs '37, '33
Q F .
Huw llllmllw-rl l"ll'lm-vll
ish Club '3'i, '37, G. S. L. Council '36,
'37, C. A. A, Council '37, '38.
INDUSTRIAL-Auto Club '37, '38,
Auto Show '36, '37, '38, Boys' Federa-
tion '37, '38.
INDUSTRIAL - Automotive Club
'36, '37, Auto Show '35, '36, '37, Boys'
INDUSTRIAL - Automotive Club
'36, Future Farmers '35, Auto Show
'36I Boys' Federation '38, Tractor
SECRETARIAL-Band '36, '37, '38,
May Fete '35, '36, Speedball '37, '38,
Girl Reserves Club '35, '36, '37, Vol-
INDUSTRIAL - Class Council '35,
Football '35, '36, '37, '38, Basketball
35, '36, '37, '38, Track '36, '37, '3SZ
Golden T Club '37, '38, '
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Girl
Reserves '36, '37, '38, Basketball '37:
Glee '36, '37, Home Room Chorus '36,
'37, All County Chorus '36, '37, G. A.
A. '36, '37, '38,
Argus I938 t..., . ....l, ,... .
COLLEGE PREPARA TO RY-Spalr
COLLEG E 1'RE1'A1iA'l'ORY-
SECRETARIAI,--Class Council '30,
'37, '38, Camera Club '36, '37g Honor
Society '35, '36, '37, '38, President '37,
All County Orchestra '37
AG RICULTURA1,-Future lf'a1'mc1's
'36, '37, '383 Boys' l"cfle1'ut,ion TES.
HOMEMAKINCI-lNia1y Foto '35, 'ISM
Home Economics '37.
INDUSTHIAli-O1'cl1cst,1'u 'SSKSQ Hoy!
lf'edeI'z1tlon '37, Auto Show '36, 'RTL
1"z11'm Mechanics Show '35
Om- l'1llll4ll't'1l Svxw-lllw'l1 A I J
INDUSTRIAL - Automotive Club
'36, '37. '38, Tumbling '36, Spanlsli
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Band
'35. '36, '37, Track '36, Dramatics '38,
Latin Club '35, '36, Chess Club '37.
COLLEGE PRFJPARATORY - Hon-
or Society '38, Hockey '38, Basketball
'36, '37, Speedball '38, Home Econo-
mics Club '38,
SECRETARIAL-Basketball '35, '36,
'37, '38, Capt. '37, '38, Hockey '35, '36,
'37, '38, G. A. A. '37, Girl Reserves
'36, '37, '38, Home Economics '36,
EICQMEMAKING-May Festival '35,
Souza, Emma Lee
SECRETARIAL-G. A. A. Councii,
Girl Reserves '36, '37, '38, Yell Lead-
er '37, '38, Basketball '35, '36, '37, '38,
Hockey '35, '36, '37, '38,
HOMEMAKING-May Fete '35, '36,
Home Economics '37, '38, Volleyball
'37, Dance Recital '38.
Argus. . ,I938 ,...
l'Ol,l,lGlllC l'lilCl'AllA'l'0liY - Slu-
clvnt Count-il '36, '37, '38, lfcmtlmull '35,
'36, '37, '38: llusclxull '35, '36, '37, '36,
Class llrcsirlcnt. '36, '38g Golden T '37,
COl,I,EGl1I l'Rl+ll'ARA'l'OHY - Hus-
7 SS I mn Club '35 '36 '37'
kQtlm'1ll'I".'3 'Z ' '
Specillmulll '37, Xlsux'-Wlloop' stuffy
May Foto '35, '36.
'35, '36, '37, '38,
INIlllS'l'IilAI, - - lulllllllllll 33, .ll
C'ul'pv11l1'y '37. '38, Clolclon 'l' '33
ll0Nll41lVlAKlNG-WMz1y l"c1,c '35, '36:
llumu lllc-fmmnic-s '35, '361 Girl Ru-
Cuunc-ll '35, '36. '37, '33, Golden 'l'
'37 "'3' lumen' Flu' ' ""' 'til
1 , 411, 1 ,L ,
Clulm '35, '361 Chess
5 Play 31. Lu 1'
llxlv llllllullwwl NlIll'll'1'll
Arg us IQB8
motive Club '38, '38, Track '35, '36,
'37, '38, Auto Show '36, '38, Basket-
ball '37, Scalpers Club '37, '38,
Vargas, Rosie Margaret
HOMEMAKING-May Fete '35, '36,
Egsketball '38, Home Economics '37.
INDUSTRIAL-Art Club '35,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Class
Council '35, Latin Club '35, '36,
County Chorus '36, '37, G. S. L. Coun-
cil '37, '38, Junior Play '37.
Hockey '35, '36, '37, '38, Basketball
38: Speedball '37, May Fete '35, '30,
Camera Club '36, '37.
A u S I 8 Une Humlreil Twenty
Sl'If'l'llC'l'ARlAl. - lVlL1'V lfeie 'flfii
llzmee Rec-itul '38.
Club '35, '36, All County llzmcl '35, '36,
'37: Tennis '36g Junior Play '372 Yell
HOMEMAKING-Orchestra '36, '37:
Philhzirmonie Club '363 Girls Student
bull '37, '3Sg llusketbull '36, '37, '38,
'I'l'uek '36, '37, Presiclent lioys' Fed-
eration 'm5QSf'21illCl'S Club 36. 37, 38.
lNlJUS'l'IilAI,fI"ootbull '35, '36, '37,
'38: ll l,ette1'men '36, '37, '383 Automo-
tive Club '36, '373 Auto Show '36, '37,
'38, Golden 'l' '38,
Sl+X'Rl'l'I'ARlAllfflirl Reserves '37Z
Home lik-onrmiic-s '363 lvlziy lfele '36,
HOIVIEMAKING - lvluy l+'ete '36,
llome Economies '36, '37.
Hn-f illlll4,il'4'li 'I'uw-mi Un
Arg us lQ38
AGRICULTURAL-Track '38, Boys'
Federation '38g Hi Y '35.
GENERAL COMMERCIAL -- May
Fete '35, '36, Class Council '37, Girl
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Bas-
ketball '35, '38, '37, '38, Hockey '35,
'37, '38, Dramatics '38, W'a1'-
Whoop Staff '38.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Stu-
dent Body Council '38, Vice Presi-
dent: Football '35, '37, '38, Debating
'36, '37, '38, Honor Society '35, '36,
'37, '38, Track '36, '37, '38,
Pedroncille, Adell -
SECRETARIAL-Basketball '37, '38g
Girl Reserves '35, '36, '37, May Fete
'35, f3G: Hockey '36, '37, Home Eco-
Argus I938 H ,,d,,,
, A El .
u' 5 1
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One behalf of the .lunior Class, may l say to the
seniors: Congratulations on your splendid work this
year and regrets that you will not be with us next
year. Our only hope is to meet the high standards of
achievement that you, the class of '38, set up.
To the Junior Class: Thanks for your splendid
support and cooperation. l feel that as a class we have
gone through with more than average spirit and en-
thusiasm and a more than average year of accomplish-
To the cast of "Your Money or Your XVife": Con-
gratulations for making the play a success hoth from thc
entertainment and financial standpoint.
To Miss Conley, our adviser: The biggest of thanks
for your splendid cooperation, support and guidance.
e Hundred 'l'wcnty-Five I u S . I 8
The .Iunior Class, under the guidance of Neal Hill-
man, president, has played an active and important part
in all phases of school life this year.
Outstanding among its successes was the Junior Play
t'Your Money or Your Wife," which was the first Junior
Play to be presented in the new auditorium. Under the
skillful guidance of Miss Thompson, the play was highly
praised by a'large audience.
The Junior Class was exceptionally 'well represented
in athletics. Bill Preston, Don Richards, Thiel Lippin-
cott and Charles Anderson were Juniors on the County
Champion heavyweight football team, While on the
Champion lightweight team were: Bill Rurnley, Arthur
Tait, Vvendell Hagan, Kenneth Henard, Dan Cooper,
Lloyd Martin, and President Neal Hillman.
On the County Champion ll basketball team were
Hcnard, high point man. and Bill Rumley. 'On the A
Basketball team were Choboian, Mills, and McAllister.
ln tennis Frances Harper, Charlotte Mitchell, Anita
Whistler, and Wendell Ragan. In baseball Juniors were:
Rumley, K. Henard, McAllister. ln track: D. Smith.
Preston, Curry, Ricketts, Mills, Tait, Pappas, NVatts, An-
derson. and Crawford.
The class officers were: President, Neal Hillman:
Vice President, Keith Mungerg Secretary, Ora Ylfhalevz
Treasurer, Charlotte Mitchell, first semester, and Bill
McAllister, second semester.
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First: l'h0lPUi2lI1, iiiscom-r, 1'uupei', Iirugaii, Iiensiiwi, Hillman, Iflllllif, Mills, Michipqirm
Sm-mul: lizaliuwm-ll. Huimi, .lulmsmm, Hurts, Itimwnx. ifurlw, ltmmlqeig lim-lc, IQ-Iwi, ll2ll'Ih'l'
'l'i1i1'1l: l':1sli--, Vililali-1's, i7A1l't', l!l11'i1:ll'4i, idllis, l:L'l'l4'll, !"fvg:1l, XYullivl'imil. Vussiily, liuwm-ia
lfuurllu: Iiim-Iwtts, Guest, f'z111Lwell, .Xlh-11, Bunk, Smith, ,XS-1llilUl'2l, Iiiu-kle-y, Amlersorx
iturmlr, Hfwliax, XVivks.
l"iI'th: Air. ilzlycmvk, Hzlrris. Aye-rs, Avilal, Iiorlm. l'2ll'l1'1', l,rvx'1-lzuly, llzxrris. A11-lids, fll'2lll1
tlmliiilm, l'1xl'ol. Alwfmml, Miss tfulllvy.
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First: NVhiIv, H2ll'l'iS. Vsnymzls. llnyul, 'l'i1lglvj,', XV1-sl, Ilivke-Its. XYQIIIS.
Sw'-,init XYilI4-4-, WR-lrlr, Mviliiin-, VIVIIIIIYIUSUII, Noiu, lfzly. Ilzly, WI'0Sl1'X, l'hill'1lS.
'IIiirrl: 'I':ril, l'l'llilIl, IH-rl':1s4-I, VHILWIII, S4-1'iv1-11, Nilgillil. Xllvrillml, 'I'11nlu-rms, Poison,
1-'fvuilhz XYIIHI1-y, Wliisllwly Wliulm-5, M:u:4.lii1::is, liulnwls, iI1hI'2l?4ll0X', Zuidl-1'w+-gr, XVo1'iy,
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irst: lmnivlson, 5.Iv.Xllish-V. Mklns, Flllyhillll, Ilunt. f4Hl'l'Y, Smith, IM'iHiup:', 4'uffy,
tlilvsnn. I I
mul' l'il'lnll Kirlf-1' lf'.1l'i'x IH'--:II KH-1l11'Ii':4I. 1':'r-uluxv, Il1Il'l'IS, lfulll-l', lilsl, Iivzllls,
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XIIIHSPV, 1!:1u:l11, Mi1c'h1-H, Mauylxm-rry, I':--uhm. lgh-luzwmls, Smith, I,JllI4'1lftl'l'.
N4-nmllrli MV, AIm'3lill:'n. lXlIlI'lill. IH-1Ix'ullvrlIi, i'lll'lI, Alilwlnlli, .Xl:l1lwIl:u. Alzlrtln, hxxw---lwy.
l'l'iliIlL', Miss 1lU1I1l2lll.
Um- Illlmlxw-fl 'Vu --1115 -Nim-
'vmh-y, l,ippim-ull, .Xlimlmlh-lull, 4'l'2lXYl'lll'll, Wzallxins, ,XIzn1'ti111-z, Phillips, liilltjilill,
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Q4 Hundred Thi:
go AOVMOZK WCHA! 6141!
Goodbye, Seniors! We extend to you our sincere and
best wishes and hope that each and all of you will be
sueeessful in whatever you undertake.
We also would like to congratulate the student body
and thank the members for a wonderful year. XVe're
proud to be a part of that splendid body and hope that
we have contributed somewhat to its success.
Then, too, we must not forget to mention the fine
support and guidance of the faculty, without whom our
affairs of state might net have gone so smoothly. It has
been a case of "all for one and one for all" with that all
being the Tulare Union High School.
Individually I wish to thank my classmates who
have c-ooperatefl in making the Sophomore class a real
part of Tulare High School.
And finally. on behalf of the Sophomores, I wish to
say. Auf Weidersehn,--Ytill we meet again.
GLENN MORAN, JR.
c Ilundrwl 'l'lii1'ty-U11
50 A0l4fl.0'ZZ6 0flflllCl
First: Santos, Johnson, Moran, tl-vn'l1':irl. Flieplierrl.
Second: Heck, Ray, t'liurc-hwt-ll, llosv, Suiter.
Third: Mr. Jones, Dodson. Sunlcel, Long, Aiifle-lson
The Sophomore class started off a successful year in
the traditional Freshmen initiation, with the Sophomore
tug o'war and water fight teams thoroughly initiating
Roberta Suiter, Sophomore treasurer, was on the
County Championship debating team this year.
Many Sophomores participated in sports. On the
County Champion heavyweight football team were:
Richard Anderson, .lay Mitchell, Scott, and .Iohn
Monroe, While Francis Donahue played on the Champion
lightweight football team. ln basketball, the Champion
H team, the sole Sophofnore was Francis Donahue. On
the A team were: Jolnison. Smith. McCarthy.
ln baseball: .loe Lopez, Dubose, Hergantz.
ln track: Perkins. Jensen, Garland, Perry, Moranda,
Moss, lchinaga, Donahue, Cano, Jennings.
Maxine Sunkel and Ralph Cole were Sophomores in
tennis this year.
The Sophomore off't-ers were: Glenn Moran, presi-
dent: Dick Anderson and Hob Johnson, vice presidents:
Catherine Long, secretary, and Marjorie Rose and
Roberta Suiter, treasurers.
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First: t'h11i'c'hw+ilI, Wulf' Morzih l'h0iNli'lll iflliftbll XV rx Sh '
, . . , , , .14 , 4-piwnl, lllley.
Siwolifl: VIIIOINZIS. IG1lir'iflg'v, ii1ll'Ill1SHY'l, tlorvlizini, flniiww, i+'1'11lurvxz1, idrzxlh. Gross, lmmrrixl
Thiril: ifoslvr, lilliriflgrv, I'ux1i-41, fl2l!'1'i2l, Uwe-iis, 4'1'z1htl'e1-, lmlmsv, t'u1'ry, Ifimllvy, Gum!
i"Hlll'lilZ s2lIllHS,s2lI1i0S, Ifimilwy, Vory, Hollis, Hzili, l'Iwslzi1'1I. Szilzis, Hrziht, Hmiinlm
Fifth: 31.12 Join-s, t'zi1'l'+-iru. Smith. Ramos. If:-1'2izi11rii-Z, Iimir'i:'11e-X, llillvy, Stull, Sliwiu
ML-Cullistor, Mn-Kiliney, Mr. XYatt.e11ba1'g,'er.
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First: Pano, XVA-lvh, Yriqucl, NVnff-rs, 'l'm1, Dmismi NVMIINP7, Muyli, Ayvrs, Ayelrs.
Svrwmd: Smith, Tiullvr, Aslixi. Iiizh-imlxiy Pugh, 1'gi1iwi'm1, lmrls-m, Nh-lm-ix, Pills, Ai0I'l'i7445Il
Third: Hum-, IH-rliiigs, Num-S, i'4+Yi'l'I, Ihxyiiv, Ali-4':xi'ihx. XX'zilln-r. IR-l'1'y, l'zu'x, llalrlzxnii
IH-11114-lv:iiu'i', Mr, 'Vuilm-i'.
l4'ulll'Ih: .li1hii,4nIl. Irmizililu-, Vzlmii-!'ui'il'I, iil'UXXII. lTi':ny, Mlllwlfwlq, l'u,4tw11. lwvlsuii, Tra-
mziiii, Wiizllli-y, i5Uli01lt'lllll'l, Yilzll. 4XliI'e-fi.
Fifth: Miss Ilzxmeflli, lkliiul. 'I'u1'11m'1', Wulsoii, 1'n1iw-, Ibzlvis, I'url1'u11m-lli, Alimss, Ilouvlc
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A strange combination, you say? Well, perhaps to
one who doesn't know the circumstances it would sound
strange, but to the Freshman class of '37-38 it has meant
a lot. We frankly feel that our good luck in going into
high school with this fine bunch of seniors has been an
unsurpassed stroke of good fortune.
Of course at the time of initiation we wondered if
we might not spend a rather wild year here. But, after
being tossed about in the throes of the mob the excite-
ment subsided and We found that there were friendly
people left in the world and even some in the senior
class. As time Went on we began to discover more
friendly people until now it is one of our ambitions that
when we are seniors that the freshmen can say of us as
we now say to you,
"Good-b'e, 'ood luck, and it's been swell knowinff
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ldxhibitiiig a fine quality oi' sportsmanship, the
l+'i'eshinen accepted with good grace the pains of the tra-
ditional initiation given t.hem by the upper elassmen.
Ably led by Charles Campbell, President, they en-
tered into school activities with spirit and enthusiasm
and Frosh attendance at football and basketball games.
plays, concerts and other activities was highly Commend-
They did their part admirably at the home football
and basketball games, having complete charge of eandy
and hot-dog sales.
In December they presented to the Student llocly a
highly enjoyable Christmas program. Later on, in Feb-
ruary, they held a party in honor of their parents, which
proved to be a highly enjoyable affair.
A large number of Freshmen turned out for sports
this year. On the County Championship lightweight
football team were the following: Martinez, Lopez Ste-
wart, Harris, Katsuki, and Lombardi. In basketball.
.lack Kelly was the sole freshman on the A team. and
.lambs Mc-t'allistei' on the B team.
Jaynes. Hunt. Milem. and Moyle all showed great
i-roinise in tennis this year.
In baseball: l.aMarr, K. llroaders.
ln traelat Silva, Ayres. Aclains, Henley. lX"Ic'Neal,
Pappas. Ayers, llanos, Gholston. Stevenson, Kelly, Qllar-
Arg us l938
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First: Stmwzxllizzll, Phillips, Silvan, llirtfm. Smith, Nwlsmm, Stewuri, Ilurus. l'ixw-s, Sunmnlel'
ville, Num-I, Lung, Nm-l.
Se-vmulz ,Xlk'f:L,lll'l', All-ye-1'.:, .Xlk'AIlll2lll, Suukvl, Slwrnwzln, Sln-"111:l11. Swvzlrillglnn, Alt'l':il'
l'rnwe-ll, livllltly, Vzllms-r. Ms-.Xllislvly Hoyle-, Sllirkl In,u'rz1l11, Str-plmu.
Thilflj Siswv. XY0lT12lI'li, l'2ll'li1'l',.Xll1l'l'lS, Ste-wart, M1'l'zutm'y, Nulalv. l'hilrlf-Vs, Sluyloll
SYYYIHV, l'+-vk. .Xlc'lil1il'lJ, Sllj'flxl'. llimler, 'l'n-ixvllwi, Slrmnez:
1"0lIl'tllI ,l:lll'lillt'I', Pulls-la, ilmlriqllf-z, IHFIYZIN, f'h2ll'Hl1, Nzlllmznnizul, UI
Fislu-V, l'l1illips, I'ulnw1', 'l'2lj'lUI', Mllrplu, Lilly. lillNll. lwmolv, Mc-Nvil.
lfifth: Mrs. Vinw-nl, l!.1c'lqle-jf, l'a1woll. Mullin. Szull, Slzlvlfm, Smtun, Simmons, Smilli
Luvlc, Stl-ve-llsull, Silva, lfhlgiu, Mmmtzllln, Mare-s, ,Y,2l1'll2iflU, l'zrxIu11, Yzlnvy, M11 Huxsl-ll.
iver. lI1'eu11, 1,103 cl
First: Vuuulm, l'ux, XYNISUII. Xlfillizlmry, lil-llwv, .Xlll-'1. lizlguvlt, Nivhfwli, T-fvllf-V. lwlzly.
Sswullll: l'zux1:l-, ,Xlillm .xmllwnrlv-, .X1':1lcz1li:1n. llzriti, ltwvznm-1',N, lil-1111+-tl, Arllcins, lirmswrwllx,
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l:ll'lillt'1lll. .Xx'1l.:. Alvmll-5. l's-ril-l'.l, liwmlxs.
l"uuI'Ll1: NYilli:ams, llfmlxl-V, XX'l1il1-, Arlmlll. lZ.1l:a::m. Ywsl 'l'l'.'!1I2llll4 Wilsml, W4-sl, llruwlx.
Mull--S, liurgl-S, liurluzl, Flux. XYilss
l4'ii'll1g Alias lfkk. l'1x1i:gl-ww. liuiu, lif-ul. l:l'llSll'4lIll, lil-ev:-s. lil-xels, liivliels, XYOHII,
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,l1l5mb. Hmwllzl. .l4vl111sIm1. Ulm-n, Smith,
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Iflllwtmx, I-rrillinnx 1l.xnsv. lnmlvp.
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ll.llx1xl11u, :XlI.ll'Ill,'IIll4l1lIH'l,, l'1'::lnl1'n-1-, ,Xll'IlliKlIl1'2l, IJ-ulsull, Miss Al4'fl4rx'vln.
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One Hundred Forty
f 1 A
of C, Lffzzaifwzfy
First: Howard. Patterson. VVallace.
Second: Zumwalt, Longan.
After years of planning. the Hoard of lidut-ation
has finally seen its hopes materialize and the group of
fine new buildings put into use.
Mr. D. O. Howard, President of the Board. has served
as a member for fifteen years, serving long and faith-
fully to the best interests of the school.
Mr. Arthur Patterson, clerk, has recently taken the
office of Supervisor, forming an active representation
of the schools in leading civic affairs.
Dr. Elmo Zumwalt, a member of both high and ele-
mentary school boards, and has proved the Value of hav-
ing a man coordinating the two systems.
lVlr. Hart Longan has for many years been a resi-
dent of this community, taking an active interest in
its affairs. He is an able Worker and a mainstay of
Mr. Ray Wallace has served on the board for six
years, lighting always for the betterment ol' the high
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t'Time Marches On'l and with it the close of another
school year. A year marked by the completion of many
cherished dreams, the fulfillment of longed-for improve-
ments, and the closer knitting together of our beloved
school and community.
Community-The Best-Giving support whenever and
wherever needed, always wide awake to needed
changes and improvements.
Board of Trustees-Men of worth who are always ready
to give of their time and energy to further the cause
Faculty-None better, cooperative and willing to give of
their all for school and community.
Student Body-A Superintendentls dream in support and
good sportsmanship. Ever alert and cooperative.
With a background like this we do not wonder that
the year has been outstanding athletieally, scholastically
and cooperatively. My heartfelt thanks to all for the
support that has made possible the many and varied
accomplishments and successes so marked in the year
NV. B. KNOKEY.
Mrs. Flora G. Wilder
Vice-Principal, Dean of Girls, Com-
Mr. Hilton D. Bell
Vice-Principal. Demi of lloys. Fresh-
man Adviser, Exploratory, Orienta-
Miss Cora Lee Beers
Liln1'z11'ia11, Latin, Honor Society.
Miss Irene Conley
Junior Aclvis-grr, Iflmglizslm. Debzltc.
Mr. john F. Cummins
U. History, Aulilericfs.
Mr. Gerald W. Erwin
Vocal Music, Atlileiics.
Mrs. Florence Faull
One liulxmlrcd l"o1'ly-'I"l1l'0Q I u S I J 3 8
Miss Aileen Fisk
Girls' Physical Education, Girls' Ath
Mr. Dale I. Glick
en T Club, Senior Adviser. K
Mr. R. Garn Haycock
Mr. L. M. Helland
Mr. Jesse Hexberg
Chemistry, General Science, B Let-
termen Club, Athletics.
Miss Mary Holman
so , Miss Violette johnson
1' ' , Home Making, Clothing, Junior
.. V A ..l Home Economics.
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A u S I 8 One .Hundred Forty-Four
Social Science, World History, Gold-
Mr. james W. jones
Mutliclnzitics. .iOll1'll2lilSlll, llookkeop-
ing, Pullliczitions, Sophomore Aclvia
Mr. Charles N. Marshall
lloys' Pliysic-ul lflclucution, Sculpors
Miss Margaret Moriarity
Ilonio Making, Foods, Clothing.
Miss Vivienne MacGovern
Mr. J. G. McMillan
Ag1'ic'ulLu1'c, i'xLlllll'C i"Lll'lllCI'S. W
Miss Grace Olson
Home Milking, Foods.
Mr. N. E. Olson
llusincss 'l'1'ui11ing, Allilolimfs.
Mr. A. L. Loomer
llloc-liunir-ul Drawing, Cu1'ponL1'y.
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Mr. J. C. Paltridge
Miss Gwenmar Powell
Shorthand, Business English, Com
Miss Lucy S. Proudfoot
Girls' Physical Education, Girls' Ath
Miss Gladys Prunty
Home Making, Exploratory, Fresh
man Adviser, Senior Home Econo
Miss Mae Ramelli
Spanish, French, Sophomore Advi
C. J. Russell
Mr. C. W. Sheesley
Woodwork, Auto Mechanics, Auto
A U S I Une llumlreml Forty-Six
Mr. R. Smith
General Shop. Agricultural Meehan
ics. Archery Club.
Mr. F. C. Suiter
Auto Mechanics, Automotive Club.
Mr. A. E. Tanner
Physics, Algebra. Geometry, Honor
Society, Radio Club.
Miss Lois Thompson
English, Druinzities, Senior Adviser.
Mrs. Reeta Vincent
Biology, English, Girl Reserves.
Mr. Ernest Wattenbarger
Agriculture, Future Farmers.
Mr. Cyril L. White
llzmml, Orchestra, I'hilhz1rmonie Club.
Mrs. Edna M. Long
School Nurse. 4 .
Mr. Peter J. Beiden
lloys' Physical Eclueatiou, Seulpers.
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Mrs. julia Burrows
Miss Ruth H. Jones
Mr. Thomas McKeighan
Mr. john J. Seavers
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HAMILTON PEERS FUNERAL SERVICE
Telephone 540 148 South H Street
Tulare, California 2
SHOE REPAIRING EOR
119 East TLlIltl'C Struct
E. A. Coyner
"A SMILE WITH
'Fhorogood Shoes for Men and Boys s
EVERY PURCHASE" Tm ARE CAI IF z
Help Build financial i
01" Community .-blc1'epenrlen e
WE LOAN ON HOMES S .. - W
-YOU SAVE- , eee . f A
X, ' 1 5
First Federal Savings 8: Loan
Association of Tulare County
SRIINGS 4 ORGANIZED 1889
if 'NVEUMIN1 Q Dr. F. L. Smith, Prvsidc-nt D. T. Frymil-0, Svc"y-'l'l'vus.
if F Kc-nnvth Doctor, Asst. Sv:-rvtury-'I'11'usl1rvr
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TULARE SCHOOLS ARE EQUIPPED WITH
The STANDARD ELECTRIC TIME CO.
The children always know when
SENIQRS there's company downstairs-they
can hear mother laughing at fath-
Best Wishes --Q
Have you ever h'Xar.l about the
from I Scotchman who hafl appoplexy?
He was throwing pennies to
the children and the string broke.
CASSlDY'S I wi-
SHOE STORE Cow flooking into silohr I won-
der if my fodder is in there.
MEN - WOMEN - CHILDREN
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to attend the
COUNTY F IR
SEPTEMBER 20th to 24th, Inclusive
FIVE BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS
OF ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL
24th District Agricultural Association
QTULARE-KINGS COUNTY FAIRQ
QA!! Tulare . .
is proud of its fine High School plant
and of the high scholastic and ath-
letic record of Tulare Union High
School. We are pleased to extend
congratulations to its students.
Tulare Chamber of Commerce
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FULTON 8z ABERCROMBIE, INC.
E TULARE PORTERVILLE
E 124 N. HJ" Street Phone 792 202 W. Olive Street Phone 336
E DISTRIBUTORS FOR:
Victor Welding Equipment - Victor Kimball-Krogh Pumps
E Massey-Harris Farm Equipment
General Electric Welding Apparatus
iNsTALLAT1oN AND REPAIR snnvicm
i Me leave she raging,
PHONE 35 At the door,
- 5 Me wish she wasn't
Q l Quite so sore.
E J. P. Me go to kiss her
5 But my, oh dear,
5 i Her move she head, '
Me bit she ear.
When there's a will thereys a rel-
5 122 South K St. Tulare, California i "That's a hot number," said the
g l steer as the glowing iron was press-
p ed against his tender flank.
, BEST WISHES
c. PENNEY COMPANY
ELECTROLUX-THE SILENT GAS REFRIGERATION
All Types of Household and Electric Appliances
: MODERN HEATING AND PLUMBING
Telephone 81 122 North J - Tulare
' U 0 V I 8 ' Olle Hundred I ifty-Eight
PHO E 52
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VALETOP. 3 l0Il3 BBIIBTS
kE-- -!-fi' ffroiz BETTER CLEANING"
"l wish to complain," said the
hride haughtily, "about the flour
you sold me. It was tough."
"Tough, madam'?" asked the groc-
"Yes, tough, l made a pic with
il, and 1ny husband could hardly
Angler-You've been watching
me for three hours. Why don't
you try fishing yourself?"
Onlooker-I ain't got the pa,
lt's Real Economy to buy Good 5
Shoes, then keep them Properly Q
Electric Shoe Shop
124 No. K St., Tulare
RALPH M. TROST, Proprietor
Cat's Paw Soles and Heels, Polishcs.
Laces, Insoles, Dance Taps
I THE CAR THAT IS CGMPLETE O
C VROL T
A. I-I. SCI-IULTZ
Sales and Service
250 EAST TULARE STREET
Across from the Tulare Theatre Phone 490
ll I Ill I Ill
um- Ilundn-d l1'il'Iy-'Nizlv
C Eastside I Westside
343 SOUTH o .
Phone 32 6i31'?1cYh,eIg?JO
- Chas. Failing Shirley Luk
F. H. Rumley
The House of Service
E Telephone 103-228 East Tula1'e S
Next lo XV1mIWol'lll's
For Better Barber Work
PICKERING YSL RUSSELL
2 Telephone 29
"Light or dark, sir?" the boot-
black asked the absent-minded pro-
Absent-minded professor: 'Tm
not particular, but please don't
give me the neck."
Diminutive Jack Horner,
Seated himself in a retired place,
Masticating his Yule tartg
He thrust in his short, thick digit,
Drew out a drupe of the genus
And enunciated, 'WVhat a socially
agreeable male child am I."
One-Day Cleaning and Phone 16
Seaman 8z Seaman
Cleaning 0 Pressing
218 South K St. Tulare, Calif.
Opposite Tulare Theater
R. E. ROUNSAVILLE
THE NEW 1933 SERVEL ELECTROLUX
The Gas Refrigerator Sold Only on Proof
One Hundred Sixty
Q SHEET METAL
o GAS APPLIANCES
Q DAIRY EQUIPMENT
120 East Kern Telephone 21
Nl'XllIl4lC'l' RUINS BEAUTY-
NOT THE YEARS
Ye Best Shop
SWeet's Drug Store ' 'AUNLHES
1238 South K Street . CANDIES
On Mezzanine Floor
Ruth Hepburn Dugan Y 5
Phono Illfi Tulare, California . MAG-MINM E
Visit our store and see the nice selection of gifts
We have for the 1938 Graduates. We are sure
you will enjoy looking at them.
209 East Tulare Street Tulare, California
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E tSuccessor to VVheeler'sJ
121 NORTH K
Our Covers Are
411 East 91st St.
Hlzzy, Vere iss my glasses?"
"On your nose, fodder."
"Vy must you always be so in
"What do you think would go
well with my new purple and
green golf sox?"
Confuscious-He who sits on
needle in haystack may not see
point at first but will get it in the
LOONEY 8: TAGGARD
NVest Inyo KL J Streets Phone: 1054
ASSOCIATED GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASES
Congratulations to the Graduates
BURNETT LUMBER CO.
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L 8z L APPLIANCE STORE
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123 East Tulare Street
Household and Commercial
RANGES and Hot Water
MACHINES and MANGLES
SERVICE ON ALI, MAKES OI" RADIOS
Realtor: "Now here's a beauti-
ful home overlooking the lake."
Buyer: 'twhereis the lake?"
Realtor: 'AThat's W hat wc're
A man went wearily into a
barher's shop and slumped down
into a chair. "Give me a shave," he
said. The harber told him that he
was too far dowii in the chair for
a shave. HAH rightf, said the
customer. wearilyf' give me a hair
OF ALL KINDS
"Nothing Over 49c"
FEATURING NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
Tulare At K Street
tml- llumlrod Sixty-'l'l11'eH
JOHN H. CALLISTER
E TVVO HUNDRED EIGHTEEN AND ONE-HALF SOUTH K STREET
General Insurance 0 Real Estate 0 Building and Loan
s. sl z. ARE SAYING: l
5 Greyhound Lunch
E Ed V. Price Suits are best. 5
' Stetson Hats are best. l
E Arrow Shirts are best. '
E Holeproof Sox are best. Y
5 Levi Strauss Overalls are best.
0 224 E. Tulare sn.
: Zumwalt Bus Depot Phone 122
TULARE, CAL- WALTER N. FRANK
gem! of Czlmeum
NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
CAN MEET YOUR FUTURE NEEDS
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To the Class of
215 EAST TULARE STREET
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W' e LVM: to Tbanle the graduates of1938
E FOR THEIR PATRONAGE IN THE PAST.
MAY WE CONTINUE THAT FRIENDSHIP
in the years to come.
WI N f
Porterville Tulare A Corcoran
5 Customer: HCould I try on that
E gain, suit in the window?"
E Clerk: UWe'd much rather you
E Inf use the dressing roomf'
,li .: H-.. L.,-
INSUHANCE Lady: 'fSo you are on a sub-
5 Fil-Q marine? Tell me, what do you do?"
5 Sailor: 4'Oh, I run forward and
C. G. McFARLAND 2312 when to
E Phone 28 H'-'-
Science is resourceful: it couldn't
open the pullman Window so it
g Real Estate
? 1251 East Kern SL. Tulare, Calif. air-conditioned the train.
We Wzslv You . .
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ECONOMY DRUG CO.
' Prescription Specialists
CUT RATE DRUGS, COSMETICS, SUNDRIES
Next to l'enney's Free Delivery Phone 675 E
Sloop-First course in a dinner. '
Expanse-Cost. - 1
Sue-Place where wild animals I to the Graduatlng C1335
are kept, on display. of 1938
Niece-Joints of the leg.
Pasture-A preacher. Del-luxe
We weep in pity- for the poor guly Barber
who went to Florida Lo drown his RALEIGH DYE Prop
sorrow, only to have a life guard ' '
save her. AIR CONDITIONED
--L--1 OUTSIDE SHINE STAND
The average coed thinks a tlat 206 SO. K Street, Next to 202 Cafe 3
Lire is all right if he has the jaek.
We Wish to Congratulate
the Class of 1938
ON ITS GRADUATION
Tulare Division Tulare, California
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TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '38
is clue from us our
Best Wishes and Congratulations
2 Remember as you go thru life you will he able to go your best in u
BUICK - OLDSMOBILE - or PONTIAC
HI hear your friend Wilson has a
E 9 job."
E A S H W O R T H S UYeah, Ain't it a shame what
5 some folks will do for money?"
STATIONERX 'ADO you mind if I Sit down here
- 4 by the piano?"
E MAGAZINES ' "No. Do you mind if We ail
E . laugh?"
SUPPLIES ' . .
I must apologize for my danc-
ing. I'm a little stiff from Bud-
My dear man, I don't care where
I you came from.
MONTY'S ICE CREAM
at your dealer or ,
229 East King Street Tulare
TULARE ELECTRIC HATCHERY
BEST BABY CHIX, FEED AND POULTRY SUPPLIES
420 N01-th J Street Telephone 334
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FRANK W. GOBLE
144 South L Street
Phone 53 Tulare, California
Kern Street Market Charles E' Hooks
. . t e lD',' -'
TUlLll'ClS Original Homo40wnocl Authmmel lstubutor
Cash Food Store with Standard Stations, Inc.
- NO. 914 A. D.
Fine Meats '345 E Tulare Tula e Calt
N fo lOtOtfC Ph 1011
J. D. I-IEISKELL CG.
GRAIN U COTTON
PHoNE si TULARE
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WE EXTEND OUR CONGRATULATIONS
to the graduating class of 1938
l Seven stages of women:
IFIOWQYS Diamond pins.
THEATRE Clothes pins.
BUILDING Rolling pins.
2 ' You wou1dn't knock
2 Let Flowers, such as ours, express The jokes we use
5 your sincere thoughts If YOU C0Uld S99
Those We refuse.
GLEN LEWIS A '
. . Congratulations
DIAMONDS, WATCHES I
ASK ABOUT OUR i
EAsY PAYMENT PLAN I
E "lt's ldusy to Pay the Lewis Wuyi'
To the Graduates
2 155 so. K ST. TULARE NKJl'tII K su-ect
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CABINET WORK for the new house
Can be made to fit your ideas as Well as your spaee,
TULARE PLANING MILL '
H. C. EVANS, Owner
The doctor answered the phone. 3
M I K E 7 S Turning to his wife, he said, "Quick E
-get me my Satchel. The man says E
1 11 E
' ' T he cant live Without me!
Service Statlon i "Just a minute," said his wife E
3 who had picked up the receiver. 5
GAS- -OILS 'That call is for Mary." :
L11bl'iC8'Cl0I'1, Accessories Unaware-Garments worn next 2
and Tires 3 to the body. :
Sh' -A l-b " ' l.
GET YOUR CAR LUBRICATED Mf? . ZOO eillnialnllga on
WHILE AT THE THEATRE dlgmi V129 0 pe .3 3 Vane
ment as XVe re Margin Through E
Opposite Theatre Phone 1090 G901'8iH-H 5
Knapsack-A sleeping bag.
C0 GRATULATION S
Um- llumlrwl SL'Yt'lllX'fHlC ' I I '
TULARE ICE CCMPANY
: ICE - ROCK - SAND - FUEL
AIR CoND1T1oNED REFRIGERATORS
"The Refrigerator that does more than just keep
your foods cold."
420 South K Telephone 59
I once had a classmate named
f D e a n S n 0 W 7 S Whose knowledge grew lesser
2 and lesser
At last it grew so small
HA Neighborhood Service" He knew nothing at all
And now he's a college professor.
. I The funniest thing we read all
year was Groucho Marx's comment
on somebody or other's new book.
GROCERIES ' H .aid' 'Tr m the mi ut I
e s . o n e
5 picked it up until I put it down
E GAS, OIL AND GREASING again I was hysterical with laugh-
s ter. Someday I hope to read it."
ZCCLASS OF '3
Good luck on your
road to success
MCDEL'S ICE CREAM SHOP
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TAGUS RANCH TULARE, CALIFORNIA
7, ooo cv4cres of
H. C. MERRITT, JR.
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MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
"THE APPROVED LAUNDRY"
E. B. Campbell
Telephone 65 32 East Kern Street
- 1 'fl don't allow college boys to go
E '1'G1ev110H0 155 l out with my daughter."
E 'tBut I ain't a college boy, I work
E over to Kelley's pool hall."
E R. C. 'AI beg your pardon, sir, mv
E daughter will be ready in a
Real Estate and Insurance moment."
- Notary Public 5 Adolf Hitler, we read, says there
E l have been times when starvation
3 1 was staring him in the face.
E 151 SO'-ith K Sl- Tulilfe, Clllif- Cou1dn't have been very pleasant
E for either of them.
I. Case Farm Machinery
320 East Tulare Street Tulare, Calif.
TYLER MOTOR CO.
STUDEBAKER SALES AND sERv1oE
140 south J street Telephone 181
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DESOTO - PLYMOUTH 'ffx
DATES MOTOR CO. :
Phone 316 242 South J street, Tulare, California
Miller's Department I-'amPe Lumber CO-
5 Store "Materials That Satisfy" E
Specializing in 3 Cghlilgigia
WOMEN,S Highevrfzly 99 S
NOVELTY SHOES refgnggglig ivtfile
Shoes forthe Whole Family 1' Hospital ,
OSCAR LAMPE BILL WATSON E
QM My f
O Mi we
ev Q me-IAMS
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LONGAN GARAGE COMPANY
, 362 South K Street Geo, P. Longan Telephone 191
C. H. VVhistler
Next To Old Post Office
Safarjin 8z Son
I TAILOR 0
High Quality Suits,
Furnishings and Shoes
EAST 'l'UI ,A RIG ST.
Customer: "Didn't I get rny last
haircut in this shop?"
Barber: "I think not, sir. We've
only been in business two years."
Frosh: 'tTrunsfer, please?
Conductor: "Where to?"
Frosh: HCan't tell you. It's a sux
C0-ed: 'fVVhere is Elsie?"
House Mother: HI don't knowg
she went to the library."
8: Feed Store
We Carry Everything
Pertaining to an Up-to-Date
We Give S SL H Green Stamps
CORNER .I AND KERN STREETS
"Sign of Pure Food"
WE SPECIALIZE IN AFTER SHOW AND
E SERVICE NVITH QUALITY
E 1134 South K
24 Hour Service
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JIM INGLE COMPANY
9' ' .
Oliver Farm Equipment
South I and Elm Street
A motorist was helping his ex-
Phone S1815 P. O. Box 732 tremely fat victim to rise. "Couldn't
you have gone around me?" growl-
ed the victim.
t'Sorry," said the motorist, sadly.
'AI wasn't sure whether I had
Norwalk Agency ------
A Scotchrnan was leaving on a
business trip, and he called back
he was leaving: "Goodbye all,
and dinna forget to take Donald's
orwalk 70 Octane Gasoline
B. F. Stone, Distributor
801 Sonora Street Tulare, Calif. glasges Off when he isnit looking at
07'lgTdl'1fl df107'l5 . .
The Cox Lumber
PAINT -- HARDWARE
ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
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QQQGRIICITULATIO S TO THE CRADUATINC CLASS
- 1 f
6 , Hx ' e pfarrya oril that best quality Drilg Store Merchandise
i 111 If I at the lowest prices
,: fi A '
, UP! f CQIRNER RUG STORE
E I ' ,
l if 1" , y L REXALL
X 'Gforge lfxjtfh. LVN . .
X ri E - v X! X,-7 i' - -
K 1 M E A if U I gasg nigiht I clield a litttle hand,
S I o I I o am an so nea ,
Y E T Ch.lldl3en,S I thlouglf my heart would Surely
E ' I F63 .
E ' 143 East Tulare St, So wildly did it beat.
S I No other hand e'er held So tight
2 Could greater gladness bring,
E CHILDRENPS The little hand I held last night,
5 APPAREL It was-four aces and a king.
UCRADLE TO COLLEGE" Hewitt-You don't Seem to think
- I much of him.
5 1 I J ewett-If he had his conscience
5 Mrs. Jack Farrar Mrs. Geo. Ferch I taken out it would be 3 minor Op.
5 ' eration.
LIGHTING FIXTURES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
REPAIRS AND INSTALLATICNS
2 145 NORTH K STREET
E Phone 756 Tulare, California
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KINDER RADIO SERVICE
CORNER J gl KING STREETS - TELEPHONE 205
ARVIN CAR RADIOS - ARVIN HOME RADIOS
We have the most complete stock of repair parts and tubes in town.
We Specialize in Auto Radio Service
' Me love has flew
I , Her done me dirt
7 0 Me did not know
S Furnlture Her was a flirt
To they in love
Let I forbid,
Lest they be doed
Like I been did.
ac aa ' 5
On 99 Hlghway T Traveller: "Can I get anything to E
i eat in this dump?" 2
, , , Negro Waiter: "Yas, san, you E
So. City Limits Phone 842 kin." 2
Traveller: HSueh as what?"
Waiter: "Such as it is."
"Where Your SS Has More C" i
For The School For The Tavern
The Home The Service Station
The Dairy The Office
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Deep Well Irrigation and Domestic Pumping Plants
Machine and Electrical Work
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