Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA)
- Class of 1939
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As Tulare high school has grown in a few
short years from a small high school of 500 stu-
dents to a school with an enrollment of 1200,
much of the mutual understanding and apprecia-
tion of the many activities about us has been lost.
The Argus is the only medium by which the
complete record of the school year can be sum-
marized so that you may relive your own experi-
ences and at the same time share in the pleasures
and accomplishments of your fellow students.
May Argus 1939 be forever for you a key to
your storehouse of beautiful memories.
ANITA WHISTLER, Editor.
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Alooof The Comooe Mmaoiefeofaoo
High . ife is m
school l . ade up l'
., successes and
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he hut cherished memories.
Rather than give you a formal
picture of the history of the
year 1938 39 the staff of "Argus
1939" chose to picture candidly
as well the other side, showing
you and your classmates at work
and at play.
lf, as you thumb through the
pages of 'tdepartinentsf you
sense the atmosphere of formal-
ity. yet. can enjoy a touch of hu-
mor in "Unguarded lvlomentsv.
you have caught the significance
of the theme "VVork and Play".
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These are the landmarks
which will linger in ou1'
memories---the massive col-
ums fronting the adminis-
tration louilding, the state-
ly palms in silhouette, the
silvery Water-tower, and
the simple beauty of alum-
ni court. . .
Seldom it is that We stop
and realize there are many
spots of striking beauty
about the campus-guard
ing sentinels, studies in
lights and shadows, angles
and elevations, and corri-
dors flecked with deep shaa
flows and framed by over-
hanging branches. . .
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English 4-oulcln't lm
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llrolllcr, c-am you
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lfm-1. fool and fool. , .
'I'l'znin loaves in
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Uh you kill. . .
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PRESIDENT KEITH NXUNGER
This is perhaps my most difficult job-trying to tell
you in a few short words the appreciation I have for the
wonderful cooperation and support the students and fac-
ulty have given me during the school year 1938-39.
This year has been one full of activities-academic,
athletic, forensic, social and musical. We have not filled
our trophy case with loving cups but in our hearts we
have a feeling that We have participated fully, have
turned in creditable performances and have had a lot of
If you share this feeling with me you can grasp the
meaning as I simply say, "Thanks to each and every one
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The officers who served this year were: Keith M
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ctaiy Oran Watts, treasurer' ' '
sioner ofl " ' ' ' '
, Duette Mill'
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. istler, commissioner of
sg Kathryn Young, commissioner of forensics,
Frances Harper, commissioner of girls' activities, Mildred
Vallister, advertising managerg Virginia W'icks, yell lead-
er, Rosamond Fuller, president Girlls Student Leagueg
Wendell Hagan, president of Boys' Federation. The four
class presidents who served as ex-officio members were:
Senior. Neal Hillman: Junior, Glenn Moran Jr. first se-
mester and Jack .Jenkins second semester, Sophomores,
Keith Hroaders first semester and Jack Luck second se-
mester, and Freshman, Mildred Busby. Mr. Knokey, prin-
cipal, and Mrs. Wilder, vice-principal, represented the ad-
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L .' year the Argus staff chose to combine the ser-
ious side of school life with the informal part and give
you school life from a candid slant.
More than 2000 pictures were taken and from these
"Argus 1039" has been produced.
Anita Whistler served as editor of the book with the
following staff assisting: Janette Gist. circulationg Rober-
ta Suiter. Katherine Hoyt and Madeline Worley, write-
ups: Oran Watts and Bill Preston, advertisingg .Iimmie
Tingley and Charles Campbell, photography, and Mr.
.limmie Jones adviser.
The book has covers by S. K. Smith, Chicago, engrav-
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Making a deadline.
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'l'hc ltedskin War-Whoop, four pagc, four column
ncwspapcr of the student, body of Tulare High School
was the project of the .lournalism class.
The paper featured all types of school news-atlr
lctics, plays, music and forensics along with a good share
ol' scandal and features.
There were three special editions during the year,-
an cight page Christmas edition, an eight page Dedskin
XYar-Groan, which was an April Fool razz edition, and
the annual Commencement number.
Various contests such as grid guessing were held dur-
ing the year and created much interest.
Regular exchanges were carried out with approxi-
mately 50 other schools in the country.
Part, of the cost of publication was handled by the
students with advertising from local merchants taking
care of the rest.
Mr. .Jones was instructor.
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Although its membership was slightly smaller this
year than in other years, the sixty-three members of the
band held up the band's record of being one of the finest
activity groups in the school.
The senior class dominated the band this year, one-
third of the chairs being occupied by seniors. The re-
maining two-thirds are about equally representative of
the other three classes.
The first appearance made by the group was at the
Tulare-Kings county fair at the beginning of the year
On Armistice Day the band marched in the parade at Vi-
salia, playing a joint program with the Visalia band in
the morning and then played at the football game be-
tween Visalia and Tulare in the afternoon. The band al-
so played for all the other home games, both football and
A new presentation this year was a band concert
given during assembly for the entire student body.
The band also marched in the Memorial Day parade,
participated in the Hanford Homecoming and the Visalia
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flashing batons, have
added much to the
color and splendor of
the marching band.
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lfittli: Smith, lUliXY2ll'1l14, llillmun. I'ulsou, Mya-rs. Hliznley, Air, White, Ht-islull lilou
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Vliillips, l'I1lwz'trtls, lappas, XYest, Hdwarrls.
"ln u Toy Shop", a variety program presented for the
Adult Week-End school, was the feature program of the
year presented by the orchestra.
The program. which played to an estimated erowd of
more than 1500 persons, carried out the theme of Santa
Claus' toy shop with such characters as Ferdinand the
llull. toy soldiers and Shirley Temple dolls.
The orrhestra also furnished music for Drama night
and the Junior and Senior class plays.
Several members of the group were chosen for the
Western Music Conference orchestra anil played with
that organization in Long Heaeh. Those selected were:
liosamond Fuller, flute: Katherine Hoyt, clarinetg llilly
Garland, Mildred Callister and Reynold lliseoner. violins.
Mr. White was director of the orc-hestra.
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First: Hilbert, Penwell, Seitz, Stepheusen, Billiardi, Martinho, XVoodard, Stone, Luis.
Sci-oErl:k Iwlartinez, Correia, Simmons, Costa, Mendez, Correla, Levin, Moyle, Randle,
ic et s.
Although they make no public appearances, the
members of the Junior Band fill an important part of
the music department, for they serve as a preparatory
group for the Senior or Advanced Band.
The group is made up of students in the first and
second year instrumental classes. Beginners spend their
first year in individual instruction, go to the junior band
the second year and advance to the senior organization
their junior or senior years.
Students who come to Tulare high school with instru-
mental training may start in either the junior or ad-
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.lalnes liiiclqlcy, ltiarl Hook, Alazuual Yriquc, Beverley Hawes. Lorraine i'1lll'i1lll5-Y, Fai-ul
l'l:ii'k, 4'ai'rin- l'irs-S. I-Il'iim-sliiic lbcllie.
Second: lialcliattl Stl-plu-nson, Norma llutlcr, Virginia Aslin, Elsie lrrnioutle, Nlarit- llall
Imp Foopt-r, Ii--an Mlkins, John Sullivan. llarold Smith, lie-ssie Hurts, l-it-tty lfaiicliti
'I'hirtl' Helen Soults. Itlvvlyn l'rabtrc1-, llonaltl ilt'l'pi2llliZ, llick Smith, .lack Jenkins, lov
llippcc, ,Mia Pugh. lmrolliy llamrou.
Most of the public appearance work in vocal music
during the year was handled through the mixed chorus,
membership of which is limited to students who have
had at least one year of training in the glee clubs.
The main project of the group was the school oper-
ctta. "Oh. Doctor." with the leads being taken from the
chorus. Other outstanding performances were made in
radio programs. the Christmas program and at Adult
Soloists who made several appearances during the
year were: Helen Soults, Dorothy Damron. Carol Clark,
Maureen Overstreet, Don Cooper and Earl liook.
The boys' quartet. taken from the group, included:
Yerdo Gregory. Don Cooper, llob Rippee and .lack .len-
liins. The members of the girls' quartet were: llelcn
Soults. Dorothy llamron. Marie Hall and Rachel Stephen-
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The boys' glee club is mzule up of boys who huve haul
no previous experienr-e in vocal music, most of its mem-
hers being freshmen and sophomores.
During the year the group took part in the school
operettu, "Oh. Doctor", the Christmas progrznn put on by . ,
the music department, and zlppeurefl on one ruclio pro-
grtnn late in the yeur. Don Kirkpatrick sung at solo ut the
time of the ruclio lmrouclcust.
After at your of experienc-e in the group the members
step up to the mixecl chorus.
Mr. l.ewis is vocal instructor.
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The three-act farce, "Going on Seventeen", was the
successful Junior class play presented in the high school
auditorium December 9, under the direction of Miss Irene
Conley, Junior class adviser.
Charming Mrs. Carbart was played by Roberta Sui-
ter with Ralph Cole taking the part of Mr. Carbart. Their
children, Florence and Bud, were played by Betty Rum-
ley and Glenn Moran, Jr. The 16-year-old siren, Lillums,
was played by Kathryn ,Young, with Jack Jenkins play-
ing the part of Shrimpie and Harry Waters the part of
Paul, friends of Bud's.
Other important characters in the play Were: Lavon
Poston as Joan Vincent, Eleanor Dodson as Elsa, the
maid, Beth Hampson as Heleng Wanda Rose as Agnes
and Marie Carreiro as Doris.
The business staff included: Maxine Sunkel, publicity,
Bill Garland, businessg Glenn Campbell, Leonard Miller,
Billy Jack Harris and Marvin Allen, stage, David David-
son, lights, Marian Nielsen, Beth Hampson and Wanda
Rose, properties, Catherine Long, candy.
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Louisa Alcott's "Little Women" was pre-
sented hy thc Dramatics class in the high school
auditorium on Friday night. March 21. Members
of the cast were: Meg, Margaret Ellis: Amy,
Madeline Worley, Jo, Katherine Hoytg Beth,
Amelia Tristaog Mother, Georgeana ldlamg Uncle
March, Sheridan Harris: Mr. Lawrence. Glenn
Moran, .lr.3 Mr. March, George Pappas, Professor
Baer, Thiel Lippincott: Hannah, Ruth Phillips,
Rachael, Ara Booker, and Lainie, Harden Finch.
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With Kathryn Young as commissioner of forensics
and Miss lrene t'onley as coach, debating got under way
early in January when the preliminary tryouts were held
for places on the team. A large number of students en-
tered into this activity, with several representatives from
each class. Front this group. six were chosen to compete
in a final trial debate for definite places on the team. As
a result. Anita XVhistler. a senior, and Roberta Suiter, a
junior. were chosen for the affirmative team while lda
Marie Hillman, a freshman, and Ward Hush, Jr., a sopho-
inore. were named to the negative team. Reynold bis,
coner and Thiel Lippincott were the alternates.
The question for this years debate was: "Resolved,
That the United States should adopt a system of compule
sory arbitration in all labor disputes."
On lfebrttary ll the teams competed in Visalia with
teams from other valley schools. Tulare placed third.
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for one half hour, 9:30
to 10:39, each Thurs-
day morning hy re-
mote control from the
stage of the auditor.
ium over station
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GIRLS' STUDFNT LEAGUE
my? Nielsen, Xlllzllvy, ,l"lllltil', Mrs. XYildm-r, Rose, lloyt.
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Regular monthly programs featuring student talent,
a successful backwards dance and an outstanding record
in welfare Work were the highlights of the Girls, Student
League during the school year 1938-39.
Rosamond Fuller headed the organization, assisted
by council members Ora Whaley, Charlotte Mitchell, Mar-
jorie Rose, Dorothy Wallace, Marion Nielsen and Kath-
erine Hoyt. Mrs. Wilder is adviser.
The organization, which has as its members all the
girls in school, featured the backwards dance as its larg-
est social event. The girls furnished the cars, paid the
bills, and asked the boys for the dances.
Cinnamon bun sales after school helped build up the
treasury for the welfare work the organization carries on
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Il in l I ht: V1-ost-, Mills, Stn-wart. ltippm-, liilgilll, Mr. liell, ltivhards.
With Wendell Ragan as president, the Boys' Federa-
tion turned in a successful calendar of events during the
Featured among the activities of the group, which
includes all the boys in school, were the programs held
each month, generally along a sports theme. Jim Thorpe,
famous Indian athlete, was one of the most interesting
entertainers of the year.
During the spring months the group discussed and
worked out a proposed point system for athletic awards
which was voted on by the student body early in May.
A great deal of welfare work is handled through the
organization each year.
Members of the council are: Don Richards, Duette
Mills, .lack Crose, Dean Stewart and Bob Rippee. Mr.
liell is adviser.
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Don't take it so hard
Now listen here,
Maxine. . .
Relax, Edythe. He'l1
get over it. . .
Ah! This cruel, hard
World. . .
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SCHQI ARSHIP SQCIETY
lfirst: Hull Hr -11, Nil-ls ln, Hampson, Nielsen, Nolrl, I ,
Sf-1-Tuul: 'l'l1'rl:lsl1+-i',Q ilfaallur-et Nielsen, lmrlsnn, Suiter, Sunkel, YVhale-y. 4
'l'hir1l: Busby, West. XVhistler, Hist, XVhaley, llieliards.
Ifourth: Fanipbell, ldyans, Newman, Brovi n, lloyal, '1'lI1,L:lt-y. , J
'l'he local chapter of the California Scholarship Fed-
eration is an organization made up of students who have
attained a certain scholastic standard in solid subjects.
Charles Campbell was chosen head of the organiza-
tion, which held several meetings during the year. C
Marian Nielsen was chosen secretary and Mildred Busby,
Several members of the organization attended the
conference of the central region, held April 22 at the San
Francisco International Exposition.
No special projects were carried on in the school by
the organization during the year.
Miss Nolcl is the adviser.
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GGLDEN CT CLUB
First: Monroe, Shepherd. liumley, llicharfls, Hagan, lienarfl, Johnson, Donahue
Second: Fernandez. l'rvston, jllouroe, Anderson, l.ippil1c'ott, Mc'C'arthy, Allen Knrlztsoi
: Third: Na,-rel, McAllister, Hatti, l'urry, Gilley, Lancaster, Gross, Harris, Cough lie! mel
Service was the keynote of the Golden T club activi-
ties during the school year.
The club took as its main project the supervision of
crowds during home games and handled several other
service projects during the year, among them waiting on
tables at the annual Father and Son banquet.
lnitiation in the fall brought 14 new members into
The club presented its annual Lettermens' banquet
on April ll in conjunction with the B class group and
heard the main speakers of the evening Coach Howard
Jones of U. S. C. and his assistant Jeff Cravath.
The annual Lettermens' dance was hed on April 15.
the night following the banquet.
Their final event of the year was the presentation
with the B Lettermen of a program before the student
body featuring athletic activities.
Don Richards served as president, Wendell Kagan
as secretary-treasurer, and Mr. Hexberg as adviser.
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Q5 LETTERMEN clots
rst: II. Smith, Poop:-r. Hillman, Tait, Katsuki, l'chit:x. IJ. Smith, W
cond: Moss, Nelson, Loinhardi, Ichinaixa, XYatts, Costa, Lopez.
Ihirmii Uoacli l:4'i1lt'll, Mayberry. Byrd, Lopez, I'L'l'l'Y, Vinson, Alcl'allisl1i', Swain. I
VVith only five members remaining from last year
the H Lettermen club organized early in the year, elected
Art Tait president and Lloyd Martin secretary, and pro-
ceeded to initiate 22 new members into the organization.
The initiation was said to be one of the most "try-
ing" in years.
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Most of the activities of the club were carried on in '
conjunction with the Golden T club, with serving at ban-
quets, the annual Lettermen banquet and dance and the K
combined program before the student body heading the
The group took part in a successful rally just before V
the Hanford basketball game and an athletic night in the f
gym during the spring.
Mr. lleiden was club adviser,
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SENIQR HGNXE ECCDN. CLUB
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I ooley, Uholmian, flodinho. I-lorlva. Arn-nds, liavras, Stafl'orml, Vliristio.
Ser ond llfo, llossolti, SL'I'2lflll, lioolu-r, l'hillips, lionlier, Vztsey, Fcntlvr,
ll l x lit-rt:-lx, lictlterfaml, t'ordt-r, Fisher, l'Idw:1!'ds, Scott, Nztgata, l'chita
A full calendar of activities lasting throughout the
entire year was maintained by the Senior Home Econo-
mics Club this year.
Officers who served Werei Fern Arends, president:
Lora Jane Bertch, vice president: Margaret Rolfo, secre-
tary, Marjorie Godinho, treasurer, and Margaret Borha.
Highlights of year were: Initiation of 60 new mem-
hers With candle light services in September, making of
a quilt and donating it to a needy family at Christmas,
purchase of three sets of silverware for the practice
house, five hot dog sales, a skating party in conjunction
with Future Farmers late in March, childrcn's party held
just hefore Easter, dinner and dancing party with Future
Farmers in April, and a mother's tea late in April in the
Several delegates took part in conferences held dur-
ing the year.
lvliss Pruntjv was cluh adviser.
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JUNIGR HQNXE ECON. CLUB
lfirst: XYaits, Iilioafles, Mello, Hclmls, l.1iard, lnvss, l'akcr, llurnsetl. I'ir4-s.
Second: Smith, Alurvre, liaspina, XVt-stliiwmlt, liuffa, Furry, Sartucli,-, lmpaiz, liailcp,
'l!llil'llI XYilson, Yuiivig, Martinez, Hrosco, t'un!r4-ras, Vapino, l.:lwi'1-tice, Vzxitlozii. Wallin-V,
llowarsl, XYhite-, Wh:-al, Ilulilrlc.
Fourtli: Vlark, llrittain, llysart, Alctliullt-y, tialliraitli, Youiiu, Williams, Uaniplii-ll,
lbuncan, t'Iemt-nt, .lacksmr l'arim-r, ifI'l'iIlt'l', Zack, Stewart.
Many activities were on the calendar for the .lunior
Home Economics club during the year.
The club, composed of 55 members, sent 25 delegates
to sectional meetings at Sanger and Hanford, gave a party
in conjunction with the Senior Home Economics group
to entertain delegates to the Fowler state conference.
held a Hobo hike at Tait's, made a scrapbook for sick
children in hospitals and participated in hot dog sales.
Delegates from the club attending the state confer-
ence were Edith Tait and Irene Laspina.
The officers: President, Edith Taitg vice president,
lfllvera Cardozag secretary, Maxine Wattsg treasurer, Irene
liaspina, and music chairman, Dolly .Iune Rhoades.
Miss Sacksteder was clulw adviser.
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D416 UTQNXCDTIVE QLUB
' l 'Wonrov Rush Lopez, tlilley, btri in
First: Swall, llzinielson, Buckley, Uliolmian, .. . , , .
Sevoiiil: Gross, Jones, Tliurne, Souza, Martinez, Rocha, Hartman, lirognn, llilvsf
Third: Nagel, Tait, l'4'hit:1, N. Monroe, Anderson. 'l'aylm' Miclfllvton, Nloyle, Mr NUI e
lfourth: Ayres, Fernandez, Keck, Stream, Mamishian, Kirkpatrick, Curry, Vins 1
Two trips were the highlights of the year for the
. The first of these was
members of the Automotive club
the annual snow trip with much of the entertainment
being centered around the club's own toboggan.
to the California Polytechnical
school at San Luis Obispo Where the boys inspected the
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ion, electrical, air condition, machine shop and we
The other trip was
The Pilot or president of the club was l ' z
with Vincent Brogan as Navigator or secretary.
'Xloiv il Monroe
Twenty-two new members were initiated the first
part of the year, each one being required to raise 25 cents
either bv shining shoes or selling month old newspapers
for initiation fee. Mr. Suiter and Mr. Sheesley were club
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cl. taliicio, llalltiwcll, lC'llis, Milem. ii2lyllL'S, ltlvans, Allwrti, Mills, Mills, 'l'otl:l.
Thirnlz Noble, Amt-tjian, Stone, Ilutler, Icliiiiaga, llrillinx, ltobinett, Snider, Alarsliall, J
Hayes, Yost, Mcfluire.
Fourth: iii-ltllllty, .-Xllllt'I'Sllll. Hustle, Frymire, Green, Hatltlocli, lfinley, Kiilllilllillll, tilzitliicy,
NUXVIIIZUI, Smith, lxliss Swan,
With the Mother and Daughter banquet their largest
social event the Girl Reserves had a highly successful
Picnics, Weiner roasts, skating and swimming parties
held jointly with the Hi-Y club were among the other acti-
vities of the club.
Five delegates were sent to a district conference held
in San Luis Obispo.
The local club is a branch of the international or-
ganization of Girl Reserves.
Miss Swan served club adviser and the council
members were: Helen Grant, president, Ida Marie Hill-
man, vice president: Catherine L
eng, secretary, and Mars
jorie Rose, treasurer.
First: Kennedy, Slaytun, Nagel, Mt-Kinney, Holland. Nledlin, Neyvman, Presley lfllfllil w
Second, XVood, .Iacolxs, Nl-lXV2ll'tlS, Chumley, lfrutuozo, 'l'hon1as, Silvil-ra, l.ancaster Ni Ll
, x Third: Mr, McMillan, liaggett, xY2llldi'l'l'lUUfllt'll, l'r':iwfortl, Lancaster, X11 llllstai
4 Ilamron, Menezes, tlrahum. V
Fourth: Mr. Smith, lCsl:1la, Trumlm, l'0l'l't'l2l, McNeil, Uhoate, Rixlenour, Simons Sei 1
Pain, Mr. Xx'2ltlt'lllJliI'Ll'Qll'.
The Tulare Chapter of the Future Farmers of Ameri-
ca, a national organization of farm boys, came through a
very successful year under the leadership of president
Glenn McKinney. Other officers of the Cluh were Don
Damron. vice president, Russell Holland, secretary,
Ralph Kennedy, treasurer, Paul Slayton, watch dog, Ken-
neth McCallister, conductor, Jerrell Medlin and Eldon
Activities of the chapter consisted of: Participation
in Tulare-Kings county fair, stock to world's fair at
Treasure Island, one applicant for a State Farmer De-
gree, snow trip to Sequoia, group of hoys to worlds fair
during Easter vacation to ohserve auction of F. F. A. live-
stock, comhined skating party with Home Economics
clubs, agriculture exhihit for open house, assisting in de-
velopment of our new school farm.
Our motto: Learning to do. Doing to learn. Earning to
live, Living to earn.
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The Hi-Y club, a local branch of the national Y. M. C.
A., had a highly successful and interesting year, carrying
on a full and varied program of activities and service.
The club undertook ushering at the games, supported the
Father and Son Banquet, and presented a forum once
each month for its members on topics of concern to stu-
Several times throughout, the year the club invited
guests to the gym for basketball and group games, fol-
lowed by refreshments and a general social. Among the
other activities of the group were: A snow-party held at
Lodge Pole and a combined Hi-Y-Girl Reserves skating
party held in April.
Officers were: Kenneth Scott, president, llill Evans,
vice president: Richard Shirk, secretary, and Keith
Mr. McLane. Mr. Purcell, Mr. Cummins and Mr.
Marshall were the club advisers.
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1 ' N First: Butler, .lziy114's. Milem. Hanks, Erwin. Neilren Neilveu. llinpson. Vontgix. Lasnina
Second: Fzincher, Gludney, Wallace, Haggart, Chumley, Monteiro, Nielsen, Suiter, Dori
t, son, Sunliel, Younpr. Grissom.
'X 'lhirriz Texierzi. 'I'hrnslier, Evans, N1-wman, XYilson, llampsou, XVhistlvr, Gist, XVhz1lt-5
1 Luton, Uaintwe-ll.
l"4llll'tllf Hunt. lU1lll'llSl1l2lll. XVallzu-e, Whaley, Rose, XVf'st, Royal, Tiugley, N1-wniau.
lfifth: Mr. Mt-Laine, Stream, Busby, XVa1ker, Preston, Gomez, Lippincott, Richards.
' l this year is
The Chieftan's Club, newly organiezc ., ,
, - 4 composed of students of the high school who maintain a
' . high scholastic standing and who serve as leaders in the
M ' A, various activities of the school, It differs from the regu-
f "Q lar scholarship society in that eligibility is figured on a
hasis of activity points as well as grade points.
' Officers who served during the year were: Marion
Nielsen, president, Rosalyn West, vice president, Velma
Luton, secretary, and Lester Howes, treasurer.
Mr. McLane is the club's adviser.
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Self conscious lot,
Three musketcers. . .
Who threw that?
comfortable. . .
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hat. . .
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it's only u game. . .
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ill. . .
Didn't She Write?
Quiet reflection. . .
Don't throw that
book, . .
happiest. . .
Whatcha so mud
'There were ten
pretty girls. . ."
Won't these kicls
ever grow up?
Does Jenkins evei
"Let me tell you a
funnier one. . ."
O Gee! I forgot to
bring it. . .
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hook-lzu'nin'. . .
Trig: How high
'Vhcru ARM Ihr
who study. . .
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never boils. . .
What's the tempera-
How to boil water. .
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Svhwuw-van be mm
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Su llvl nn have H
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Les takes her art
seriously. . .
Hut Trcmuin thinks
it's funny tprobubly
A little more arm-
Dolly. . .
Iflvun Gl'l',EI lhlx his
svrious moments 101'
IS ho QISIUOIPVP
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MV. lullvuclu- przu
Iicvs what ho
pix-zuflmcs. . .
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We learn to add und
then they give us
machines. . .
Virginia must have
flunked it. . .
i'And naught was
heard but ax peek,
peek. peck" . . .
Bookkeeping is hard
work. . .
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tion. . .
No wonder foods
Crowded. . .
Hut cooking is not
all play. . .
Even have to wash
dishes in school. . .
oversees. . .
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gills! 1 sl
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must Inv luurncrl,
into ll, loo. . .
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the recipe of the
day. . .
The class watches
clemonsl1'uLo1'. . .
Lezxrning the waxy
El INOHVS heart. , .
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hand. . .
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he-'s doing, but h0's
working. . .
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Campbell tries his
hand ut meclizmical
drawing. . .
Each hourcl in its
proper place. . .
Watch what you'1'c
doing there. . .
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Observe closely. .
Kelley plans u moz
house. . .
Cooper lxec-omes L1
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lfle prefers to
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Jay paints with
jive. . .
Board walking. . .
Have you Ll skeleton
in your closet?
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llouslfl he like his '
'Flu' mam m the
musk, . .
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Com-cm rut ion
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Fine points in
sawing. . .
The ranch gets a
new house. . .
A delicate piece of
work. . .
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Heart of the march-
ing hand-the drum
section. . .
How do they get out
of these formations?
A hit of concert led
by Munger. . .
They'i'e off again. . .
As they appear from
the front. . .
O to play a flute!
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Clowning on the way
to the showers. . .
Take it, boy. , .
Mr. Beiden makes
his point clear. . .
Quite a collection. . .
"All work and no
play. . ."
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A note of seriousness
in the sword-
dance. . .
"Once upon a time a
little kitty and H
tiny doggy. . ."
China. . .
Poor' Ferciinzllid. . .
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Yell King Virginia Wicks and her Three Cheers took
over the cheering situation in fine style this year, appear-
ing at all the football and basketball games and student
rallies. They introduced several new yells along the
THE THREE CHEERS
Hunt Cantwell Toscan
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Defending champion of the Tulare county league the
varsity football team gave good account of itself, scoring
118 points to its opponents 66 and being the only team to
hold the strong Porterville Panthers, winners of the
league, in check.
The season opened with a practice game and a Tu-
lare victory over Lemoore, 21-7, under the lights on the
ln the league season the Redskins fared even, win-
ning three, tieing one and losing three. The victories
were at the expense of Strathmore, 35-0, Exeter 20-0 and
Hanford 14-T. The tie was a 12-12 affair with Porterville
and the losses 3-7 with Lindsay, 6-13 with Delano and 7-20
Lettermen were: Preston, Monroe, Lippincott, D. An-
derson. C. Anderson, Choboian, Henard, L. Harris, Craw-
ford, Walker, Gilley, Donahue, Shepherd, Gross, McCar-
thy, If. Harris, Kelley, Michigian, Nagel, Fernandes,
Coach Jesse Hexberg was head man assisted by
Coach Clinton Purcell.
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Although stalked hy injuries throughout the entire
season, the Papooses scored 87 points to their opponents'
-10, won five out of seven league games, and held four
opponents scoreless to turn in a creditable season under
their new coach, J. Peter Beiden.
League wins were scored over Strathmore 21-6, Visa-
lia 133-0. Delano 2-0 Porterville 7-0 and Lindsay 8-0, The
Papooses lost to Exeter 0-18 and to Hanford 12-13. They
took the Lemoore lightweights into camp 24-12 in the
opening practice game and won practice games from
both the lightweight and heavyweight teams from Cor-
Tait was chosen captain of the team at the close ot
Lettermen were: Martin, Byrd, Stewart, Smith, Nel-
son, Costa, Katsuki, Watts, Ragan, Tait, Lombardi, Moss,
Vinson, Uchita, Swain, McCallister, Lopez and lchinaga.
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Ifor the first time in nearly 10 years the varsity cage
team came through an exciting season to earn this title
and luring the first championship cup to Tulare for the
I11 the regular league the Redskins won eight and
lost two to tie with Visalia. ln the county playoff the
loc-als won 151-17 from the Pioneers but dropped an excit-
ing Jil-552 game to Bakersfield in the va'ley semi-finals. .
The league record: Wins from Delano 35-28 and 3-1-17,
l'ortcrville 28-27 and 32-28, Hanford 22-21 and 38-17, Visa-
lia 20-lf? and Dinuha 29-25. The two losses were 20-30 to
Visalia and 14-17 to Dinuba.
Mc-Allister, who letl the scoring with 08 points, was
chosen captain, and Henard, who followed closely in -7-
scoring with 5133. was nan1ed all-valley forward.
l1L'llL'l'lllUl1 were: Mt-Allister, llenartl, M, Ullfllllllllll.
Z. fllllllillilll, l1illli'L1SICl', Kelley, llonahue, .Iol1nso11, liippec
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A ninetccn game schedule, ten of which were league
games, was the calendar for the B class hasketeers this
The Papooses split even in the league standings, win-
ning five and losing the same number while in the prac-
tice schedule the odds were better for the locals, being
six wins and three losses.
Jensen was the key man in the Papoose attack and
was chosen as captain at the end of the season.
'Phe league wins Were: 16-11 and 14-13 from Visalia,
17-13 from Delano, 19-10 from Dinuba and 22-1-1 from Han-
ford. The losses were: 12-1-1 and 10-16 to Porterville, 13 2U
to Delano, 16-17 to Dinuba and 19-22 to Hanford.
ln the practice round games were won from Bakers-
field. Lindsay two, Orosi, Corcoran and Strathmore, with
losses to Strathmore, Taft and Sanger.
Coach Pete Ileiden was in charge.
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Playing 13 games during the season, only four of
which were league encounters, the C class basketball
team finished their season with four wins and nine losses.
In the league schedule they took Strathmore 26-12
but lost to Delano, Porterville and Lindsay, all three by
ln the practice sessions Bakersfield, Visalia and Taft
took the measure of the locals, Visalia making it two out
of three in a series.
ln the annual C tournament held in Tu'are the local
boys came back to Win the consolation prize, defeating
Woodlake and Hanford after first being defeated by Exe-
Lettermen were: George Stadden, captain, Frank
Martinez, Joe Creador, Manuel Silva, Dan Godinho, Ber-
tran Stevenson, .lack Luck, Allison Hunt, Jim Gavras,
Bruce Jones, Dick Mamishian, Walter Barthoff.
Mr. Pursell was coach.
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Winning 10 out of 12 games and defeating every one
of its own class in the county, the D class basketball team
turned in a brilliant record this season.
The team defeated all the grammar schools and D
class teams that it played and won five of seven C class
The wins were from Cherry Avenue 14-0, 5-3 and
17-13, Buena Vista 16-11, Exeter D's 1-1-12, Corcoran C's
28-12 and 22-10, Delano second string C's 22-12 and Visalia
second string C's 11-8 and 15-U. The two losses were an
8-6 game with Visalia second string C's and a 26-14 game
with Lindsay C's.
Lettermen were: Jimmie Ray, captain, Jack Hesse,
Harvey Jones, Paul Salas, Dwight Jensen, Lonnie Lan-
caster, Richard Watson and Eugene Chumley.
Mr. Cummins was coach.
EI ' First: Smith, Lopez, Pasta, Johnson, Davis, Plclwards.
I Second: lfldwards, Rumley, McAllister, Richards, Gilley.
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Displaying true championship form behind the bril-
liant pitching of Lombardi, the Redskin varsity baseball
team had apparently cinched the county championship
when this book Went to press.
At press time the locals had a record of five Wins
over the toughest teams in the league with only one
game left to play.
Wins were scored over Visalia 13-2, Dinuba 21-0,
Woodlake SJ-2, Delano 6-3 and Porterville 7-5. The Delano
victory marked the first defeat for the Kern county boys
in three years.
In practice games Tulare Won over Corcoran 15-I5
and 7-5, from Bakersfield 3-1, Fresno 5-2, -1-1 and -1-3 and
lost to Taft 1-4, Corcoran 5-10 and Vllashington Union 3-7.
Mr. J. Peter Beiden is baseball coach.
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Under the guiding eye of Coach Newell Olson the
Yannigan baseball team turned in a record of seven wins
and five losses in a series of games played during the
The team was made up of men not on the regular
varsity roster, and the games played are not regular
scheduled league games.
Most of the games were played on Saturday morn-
ings, with some scheduled during the Week after school.
The seven wins were scored over Cherry Avenue
school 20-12, Dinuba 12-1, Hanford 5-0, Corcoran 9-7, Fres-
no 5-1, Visalia 7-2 and Porterville 16-4.
The five losses were to Fresno 4-8, Tulare Merchants
3-5, Dinuba 1-10, Hanford 5-10 and Corcoran 7-13.
Most of the Yannigans were underclassmen and will
be available for the varsity next year.
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Second: McCallister, -,IW
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Evans, llartlioff, Silva.
Sec-ond: Graham, Pope,
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The tennis team competed in two county tourna-
ments this year-the individual tournament in the fall
and the regular spring tournament in April.
Tulare won its lone honors in the fall when Raymond
Moyle and David Hunt, both Sophomores, brought home
the hoys' doubles trophy.
Tulare entries in the fall were: Raymond Moyle, Da-
vid Hunt, Wayne Truehlood, Ralph Cole, Anita Whistler,
Virginia Hall, Helen Butler, Fern Milem, Georgeana Cas-
In the spring tournament the boys' doubles team of
Wendell Ragan and John Lewis survived the opening
round but were eliminated in the quarter finals.
Those playing in the spring tournament were: Benny
Perez, Georgeana Castle, Wendell Ragan, John Lewis,
Myrtle Jaynes, Helen Butler, David Hunt, Maxine Sun-
kel. Other entries who did not compete were: Margaret
llurnarcl, Raymond Moyle, Frances Smith and Reynold
Mr. George Mcliane served as tennis coach.
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First: Ray, lmwls, llunl, Moyle, lllstnlal, Perez.
Second: liylwh, Mila-m, .Iayues, llztll, Iiutlcr, Hirklivacl, Newinun.
Thirzlz Mr. Mvlmm-, Hisvoner, Vastle, I:lll'Il1ll'fl, 'l'hrashL-r, Hopper, Stululuzs.
Seven practice matches with nearby towns were
held by the tennis squad this year, starting in February
and continuing until late April.
The first Was with Exeter here, with the Tulare team
losing 3-2. Ray Moyle and John Lewis won the boys' dou-
bles and Myrtle .laynes and Helen Butler Won girls' dou-
bles. Against Dinuba Myrtle Jaynes, playing girls' sin-
gles, came through with the only win.
The following week Lindsay took all five matches
with Tulare coming back the next week against Orosi to
win boys' singles and girls' doubles. Visalia and Hanford
won all matches in the next two tournaments.
The squad, which was the largest in history, was
made up of inexperienced underclassmen who received
valuable playing experience under Coach George Mcliane,
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GIRLS' ATHLETIC A55
The Girls' Athletic Association is composed of all the
girls who have been out for some after school sport, in-
cluding basketball, hockey, tennis, speedball, baseball.
and tumbling. The organization has completed its fourth
Cabinet members are elected from the organization I
at large and each is responsible for one certain sport. lt
is the duty of each member to take full charge of all acti-
vities and plans for one sport.
This year's cabinet members a '
Ifrances Harper: vice- ' '
urer, Mario '
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t, Dorothy Wallace, treas-
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cnager, Virginia Wicksg hocke r, Dorothy --
Damrong tennis manager M unkelg speedball mana-
ger, Catherine L leyball manager, Virginia Asling
tuml nager, Janie Hunt, advisers, Miss Proudfoot
nd Miss Fisk.
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Front: Janie Hunt.
First: Heiskell, Stone, llampson, Nielsen, Sayre, Nielsekl. Flyer.
Sawmill: Gill, Collins, Allwrti, NVetherliolt, Castle, XX'atson. Ilrilliug, Cantwell.
Third: llvid, lflvans, Milt-rn, Hartman, Butler, lirwin. Dooley, Tremain.
With one of the best turnouts of history, the tumb'
ling team put in a busy two months during the Winter
working on various stunts.
Many freshmen bolstered up the team to 30 members.
L? Q The team practiced after school during January and
Two major projects were undertaken during the sea-
. K , ' son. The first of these was a tumbling play day held at
T ,V Tulare high school and attended by nearly 100 girls from
schools throughout the valley, while the other was the
annual Dance Recital, put on by the girls, Physical Edu-
-1 5. .:,.Y.,, The team was coached by Miss Proudfoot with Janie
l -5 : Hunt, tumbling manager, assisting.
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First: Vhumley, Sisson. Yost, I'earson, Monte-iro. 4 .
Sw-ond: Polson, Iiurgelt, Hansen, Canieron, Hillman, Collins, Uliolmian, M4-tluire.
Scoring a one-sided victory the California heavy-
weights made up for the defeat of the previous year and
won the annual "big game" from Stanford 10-0.
Dorothy Monteiro scored four of the five baskets
with Georgia Chumley scoring the other.
The win was the first in five years for the U. C. team.
Members of the California team were: Georgia
Chumley, Virginia Hansen and Dorothy Monteiro, for-
wardsg Virginia Wicks, Beatrice Polson, Pauline Yost and
Marie Hargett, centersg Evelyn Sisson, Elizabeth Cam-
eron, Aldeen Choboian and Rose Pearson, guards.
Miss Proudfoot is basketball coach.
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Second: Mills, Butler, lC'yer, Mills, Newman, Banks.
In what was said to be the best lightweight game in
history the California girls came out on the winning side
over the Stanford lightweights 9-6 in the annual Hlittle
big game" staged a preliminary to the feature Stanford-
U. C. Basketball game.
The teams spent two nights each week during the
X training season getting ready for the game and met with-
' -3 ' out previous scrimmage.
L-1 j Sarah Mills proved to be the outstanding star of the
evening being on the throwing end of all the points rung
up for the winners.
The U. C. lightweight captain was Janie Hunt. Line-
up for the game was: Sarah Mills, Marjorie Godinho,
Clarice Newman and G. Loard, forwardsg Ramona Mills,
Helen Butler, Mary Lampe. Lesta Mae Eyer and Clara
Balaam, centersg Leversa Flthriclge, Janie Hunt, Cather-
ine Carter and Ruby Hanks. guards.
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Second: Castle, l4'ancher, Nielsen, lYallace, fll'lS!4iPlll,'lllI'ilSllk'l'.
Despite the fact that the U. C. team won the annual
"big game" the Stanford heavies turned in a good per-
formance, holding the game on even terms throughout
in one of the best games of history.
Virginia Wicks and Elizabeth Toscan handled the
yell leading activities for the Stanford team during the Cy t
evening assisted by the high school band which furnish- '
ed music for the occasion. K
Dorothy Wallace was the captain of the Stanford
team. The team lineup: Dorothy Wallace, Marian Niel-
sen, Betty Fancher and Norma Butler, forvvardsg Namoi
Grissom, Ruby Thrasher, Laverne Callister and Helen .f
Soults, centers: Margaret Burnard, Rosemary Castle, Mil- f x
dred Callister and Georgeana Castle, guards.
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Aslin, Carriero, Ponce, Gomes, Long, Thompson, Monk.
Unable to cope with the superior basket shooting of
the U. C. lightweights, the Stanford team went down to
defeat this year in the preliminary to the "big game" by
the close score of 9-6.
The double victory for the California teams marked
their first in five year.
Suits worn in the game were very colorful, the Stan-
ford team wearing bright red gym suits with the Califor-
nians dressed in blue.
Elizabeth Toscan and Marie Correira were the scor-
ing combination for the Stanford team.
Members of the lightweight squad were: Virginia As-
lin, Marie Correira, Elizabeth Toscan and Alice Thomp-
son, forwardsg Catherine Long, Fern Monk, Josephine
Gomes and Virginia Aslin, centersg Mary Lou Ponce and
Forrest Monk, guards.
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Tied after the final game had been played the third
and sixth period hockey teams were the joint champions
With each class represented by a team an elimination
contest was held with the two teams coming up for the
final game. After two strenuous halves they were even
up at 1-1.
The sixth period class held a practice season victory .
over the third period.
Dorothy Monteiro was captain of the sixth period
class and Helen Grant of the third period.
No hockey banquet was held but plans were made
for a hike to replace the banquet.
Helen Soults was hockey manager and Miss .Fisk
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neiti, Clark, J. Balsam, Jackson, C. Palaam.
Setond 'Nln'NIi1lian, S, Mills, R. Mills, Young, XVilson, YVeatherholt, Pearson.
This year an entirely new system of forming and
naming the girls' speedball teams was introduced in the
gym classes. In previous years the teams were made up
according to grade in school-freshmen, sophomores.
juniors and seniors. This year, however, each gym class
had two teams, Walasi and Chunute, and each team chose
the name of some kind of dog.
Nearly 125 girls participated in this sport, which is a
combination of soccer and basketball.
Despite the fact that the Dashers won the most
games, the Collies, captained by Jean Balaam, were
crowned champions at the end of the season by virtue of
their victory over the Dashers.
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First: lfranklin, H4--irl, Eye-r, Steplieusou, 'l'rem:1in, Castle, Hunt, Ins-ss.
Second: Stoner, NC'l'-'nlilIl, Cantwell, Donahue, Carlisle, Grzint, Mt-lluire.
'l'hir4l: Kerr, Yost, Castle, llarris, Collins, Watson. Mi4'hiu'iaui, Hlll'll2lI'li, Moyle.
lfourltli: Funclier, flirton, Dooley, Hargett, Churnlvy, l!illiL1rrli, Sissou, llue-stis, Mon:
ompson, Goflinhn, Phillips, Hailey.
Fifth: Kirker, Johunnessen, Poison, Revels, Tremain, Palmer, Hooker, Molles, Noble,
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The Chunutes, or California teams, scored high in
victories over the Walasis, or Stanfordites.
The three leading teams, Dashers, Heinz, and Collies,
were all on the U. C. side.
The teams for U. C. and their standings according to
games won were: Dashers 6, Collies 5, Scotties 3, Chows
1 and Huskies 0.
Stanford teams and wins were: Bloodhounds 3, Grey-
hounds 2, Bulldogs 2, Cocker Spaniels 1, Danes 1, Whip-
pets 0 .
The Heinz team, since they were 57 variety mon-
grels, cannot he classified as either Stanford or U. C.
They won five games.
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Semond F3 tler, Parsons, Montag, Chedister, Cook, NValkm-r, Imre, llarris, Swift
ind ossotti, Snyder, Thrasher, Smith, Fliolroizin, Monte-iro, Overstakc, Imwis, l.un1
luton Nlvers, Drillimr.
oui h 1 ister, Wilson, XVilson, WW-st, Sortor, Seward, Pugh, Hampson, Rose, fxhll
xmlre Hillman, Hallowell.
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il ,, Foster, l'rrca, Finley, Haddock.
Spceclball team captains were as follows: Iiesta Mae
Eyer, Dashersg Ruth Donahue, Heinz, Norma Butler,
Bloodhoundsg Dorothy Monteiro, Chowsg Audrey Harris,
Cocker Spaniels, Virginia Aslin, Greyhounds, Dorothy
Wallace, Bulldogs, Elizabeth Toscan, Danesg Marjorie
Godinho, Scottiesg Charlene Brown, Whippetsg Dorothy
Scott, Huskies, and Jean Balaam, Collies.
At the close of the season an Indian Dog Feast was
held in the cafeteria. Songs and games comprised the
entertainment, after which a toy puppy was presented to
Miss Fisk, speedball coach.
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ight: Ponce, Aslin, Butler, Damron, Burnard, Soults, Fuller.
Norma Butler's fourth period volleyball team won
the school championship in the annual series played by
the girls' physical education classes.
The girls practiced during gym periods, and after
several weeks of practice Miss Fisk chose teams from
each of the classes to compete in the finals.
The series was played during noon hours.
The captains of the teams were as follows: First per-
iod, Mary Lou Ponce, second period, Margaret Burnardg
third period, Mildred Callisterg fourth period, Norma
Butler, fifth period, Rosamond Fuller, sixth period, Helen
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Chosen president of his class for the second consecu-
tive year, Neal Hillman guided the activities of the group
during both semesters.
During his four years at high school he has been
an active student in class and athletic activities, being a
member of the championship B class football team dur-
ing his junior year and a member of this year's varsity.
As class president he has served on the student coun-
cil for the past two years helping direct the activities of
the student body.
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First: Hillman, Hiuliards, XVallace, Sweeney, Miss Thompson, Mitchell.
Second: H. Smith, Tingley, Knopf, D. Smith.
Three major events, the annual senior dance at
Christmas, the senior play in April and senior day in
May, were the highlights of the senior class this year.
Class officers elected the first semester were unani-
mously reelected for the second semester. They were:
Neal Hillman, president, Don Richards, vice president,
Opal Whaley, secretary, and Jimmie Tingley, treasurer.
Other council members Were: Charlotte Mitchell,
Dorothy Sweeney, Dorothy Wallace, Harris Smith, Dale
Knopf and Dick Smith.
Outside speakers and student talent programs fea'
tured the regular monthly meetings of the class.
The three-act mystery, "Tiger House", was presented
as the class play under the direction of Miss Lois Thomp-
son, class adviser, April 28.
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Belen F. Aguilera
lNDUSTRlAI,,-Football! '37, '38, '39, lluscbull
Charles H. Anderson
INDUSTRIAL-Football '36, '37, '38, '39, Cap-
tain '39, Track '36, '37, '38, '39, Golden T Club
'37, '38, '39, Auto Mechanics Club '38, '39, Co-
l'ilot '39, B Lettermen Club '36,
HOME MAKING-Girl Reserves '36, '37, May
Fete '36, Hockey '36, Fashion Show '37, 38,
Home Economics Club '38, '39, President '39,
Helen Louise Beck
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Latin Club '36
'37, Orchestra '36, '37, Class Council '38, G. S
I.. Secretary '38, Philharmonic Club '38.
Lora jane Bertch
HOME MAKING-Girl Reserves '36, '37,
Band '36, Senior Home Economics Club '37,
'39, Vice President '39,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY--Orchestra '36,
'37, '38, '39, All-Valley '38, All-State '39, Ten-
nis '39, Tumbling '38.
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Raymond Earl Book
lNDUS'l'RlAL-Alloys' Glec '38, Mixed Chorus
Margaret Eleanor Borba
HOME MAKING'-Home lflc. '36, '37, '33, '39,
Orchestra '38, Band '39, May Foto '36, Snow
White Dwarf '33
INDUSTRIAL - Automotive Club '38, '39,
Camera Club '36,
Anna Belle Brown
SECRETARIAL-Honor Society '36, '37, '38,
'39, All-County Band '37, '38, All-County Orch-
estra '39, Girl Reserve Council '36, '37.
james K. Buckley
INDUSTRIAL - Football '37, Philharmonic
Club '38, Automotive Club '39, Chorus '39.
Margaret Evelyn Burnard
GENERAL COMMERCIAL-Bilsketball '3fi.
'37, '38, '392 Hockey '36, '37, '38, '39, Speedball
'36, '37, '38, '39, Captain '38, Volleyball '38, '39,
Bessie Mahone Burts
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-May Fete '36,
Honor Society '39, Dance Recital '33, '39,
Mixed Glee '38, '39, Latin Club '36, '37.
Mildred A. Callister
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Stanford bas-
ketball '36, '37, '38, '39, Orchestra '36, '37, '38,
'39, Honor Society '38, Class Council '38.
s1f:cRETAR1AL W May Ivete wats, Girl ne- ' fm!!
serves '36, '37, Hockey '36, '37, U. C. basket- M4 lam,
ball '39, ' ' t
Rose Mary Castle
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Stanford bas-
ketball '36, '37, '38, '39g Speedball '37, '38, '39,
Volleyball '38, '30, Captain '38, Hockey '37,
'38, '39g Dance Recital '36, '38.
Grace N. Caudle
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-May Fete '362 l
Honor Society '36, '37, '38, Essay Contest
sEcRETAR1A1,-on-1 Reserves tara, HT: 'War
Class Council '36g L 4 GAA '36, Hockey '37:
May Fete '36,
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INDUSTRIAL-P ootball 36, '7 "35J'H'1skct-
ball 36 37 33 30' Golden 'l Club 30' Auto-
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motive Club '36, '31, '38, Band '36, '31, '38, 353.
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ketball '36, '37, '38, Band '36, '37, '38, '39, Jun-
ior Play '38, May Fate '36, Dance Recital '37,
INDUSTRIAL-B Football '38,
Duane E. Curry
INDUSTRIAL-Auto Club '39,
AGRICULTURAI,-Future Farincrs '37, '38,
SECRETARIAL - Freshman Council '36,
Junior Council '38, Hockey '36, '37, Volleyball
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Ruby Alice V. Dennis
GENERAL COMMERCIAL-Visalia '36, '37, N
SECRETARIAL-Girl Reserves '36, '37, Stun-
ford basketball '37, May Fete '36,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Bzwketbilll '37
,395 Class Council vars, '37, Latin Club '37,
Baseball '39, .Football '37, '39,
Margaret Louise Ellis
HOME MAKING-Visalia '36, '37, "Little
Women", "Sunbath", Girl Reserves '38, '39,
Volleyball '38, '39.
Betty Mae Fancher
SECRETARIAL--Basketball '39, Honor So-
ciety '39, Speedball '37, '38, '39, Mixed Chorus
'30, Girl Reserves '36, '37,
INDUSTRIAL - Foreman Cul'pelltl'y Club
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COLLEGE PREPARATORY- Band '36, '37,
'38, '39Q Latin Club '36, '37, Football '39g Bas-
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Class Secre-
tary '36, '37g President of G. A. A. '38g Presi-
dent of G. S. L. '39, All-County Orchestra '36,
'37, '38, '39: All-State '38, '39,
Guy M. Gibson
INDUSTRIAL-Band '36, '37, '38, Automo-
tive Club '38, '39, Track '39, Tumbling '39.
Beulah K. Girton
HOME MAKINGfHome Economics '36g
INDUSTRIAL--Automotive Club '3EJ.
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COLLEGE PREl'AltA'l'ORY -- Argus staff
'39, Honor Society '36, '37, '38, '39g All-county
Orchestra '36, '37, All-valley '38, G. L. Coun- 3,
cil '39, War-Whoop '39,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Latin Club '36,
'37, Girl Reserves '39, Dance Recital '36, '38,
Hockey '36, Honor Society '39.
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Fashion Snow '36, '38, Speedball '37, '38, Val-
leyball '37, '38, '39, Basketball '38, '39,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Girl Reserves
'36, '37, '38, '39, Vice President '38, President
'39, Hockey '37, '38, '39, Speedball '37, '38, '39,
Basketball '38, All-county Band '38.
Naomi M. Grissom
GENERAL-Basketlma ll '39,
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Iva Lee Guinn
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Girl Reserves
'36, '37, '38, '39, Orchestra '36, '37, Hockey '36,
'37, '38, '39, Speedball '38, '39, Dance Recital
'36, '38, '39,
GENERAL-Speedball '39, Basketball '39.
Evelyn F. Harris
SECRETARIAL-Girl Reserves '36, '37, Vice
Pres. '39, Orchestra '36, '37, '39, Band '38,
Speedball '36, '37, Hockey '36, '37.
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - CEIITIQYE1 Club
'36, Orchestra '39.
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COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Class Council
'36, Junior Play, G. A. A. Council '39, Presi-
dent '39, Student Council '39.
Sheridan Lee Roy Harris
GENERAL-Basketball Manager '30, "Little
Women" '39 "As the Limb is Bent" '39, "He
Ain't Done Right by Nell" '38,
INIJUSTRIAL-Football '37, '38, '39, Basket-
ball '36, '37, '38, '3iJg Baseball '37, '38, '39, Class
President '37: Golden T Club Vice President
'37, '38, '39.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Class Council
'37, '38, '3Sl. President '38, '39g Football '37, '38,
'3Sl: Student Council '38, '39, H Lettermen
Club '38, '39.
Katherine Lee Hoyt
COLLEGE PREPAHATORY - Argus Staff
'39, Honor Society '37, '38, '3flg Class Council
'38, Junior :mtl Senior Plays, G. L, Cabinet
HOME MAKINGeVisalia '36, '37, '38, llancl
Druin llflajorette '39,
Jessie Frank Hunt
GENICRAL COMMERCIAL-Radio Club '3li'
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GENERAL COMlV1ERClAL- Basketball '37g
Treasurer Girl Reserves '38: L4G. A. A. '36.
COLLEGE PREPARATGRY-Class Council
'37g Camera Club '37g Class Treasurer '37.
SECRETARIAL - May Fete '3GQ Glee 'ZSGQ
Hockey '38g Tennis '39,
Ray W. Keck
INDUSTRIAL-Radio Club '37, '38, T393 AutO-
motive Club '39.
COLLEGE PREPARATORYf-Glee Club '36,
'37g Honor Society '37, ,38Q Speedball '39.
INDUSTRIAL-Archery Club '36, '37, '381
Carpentry Club '37g Track '38.
Edith Catherine Kirker
HOMIC NIAKUXIG--CkllTl9l'Ll Club '38, Girl Re-
serves 'J573 Advanced Orchestra '38, Advanced
Hand Yfiflj Spceflball '3Sl.
lNI7US'l'RlAl.fClass Council '30, '30, Hi Y
William E. Lancaster
AGRICUI.TllRICfA class basketball '38, '39,
D class basketball '36, Golde T Club '39, Fu-
t 1 'e l" 'nilers C lb '38, '39,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Football '36,
'37, T483 Iiaslceiball '36, Track '39, .lunior and
Senior Plays, Golden T '37, '38, '39,
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Elmer W. Martin
INDIYSTRIAI, - A1'cl1ery '36, Camera Club
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Lloyd M. Martin
INDUSTRIAL-Track '36, Football '36, '37,
'38, '39, Carpentry '39, B Lettermen '38, '39,
Radio Club '36,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - l+'ootba'l '3'S.
'37, B Lettermen Club '36, '37, '38, '39, Class
Council '36, '37,
GENERAL COMMERCIALHBasketball '381
Football '39, Camera Club '36, Golden T Club
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Basketball '36,
'37, '38, Track '36, '38, '39, Baseball '37, Class
Council '38, Student Council '39.
INDUSTRIAL-Future Farmers '35l.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Class Presi-
dent '36, Class Council '36, '37, '38, '39, G. S. L.
Council '39, Band '36, '37, '38, '39, Tennis '37.
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Norval A. Monroe
INDUSTRIAL -Baseball '37, .Football '372
Baseball '38g Automotive Club '39, President
Gwendolyn Marie Moore
GENERAL COMMERCIAL-Visalia '36g Girl
Reserves '373 Glee Club '37g Home Room
Chorus '371 Speedball Captain '37.
INDUSTRIAL-Class President '36g Drum
Major '37, '38, '39g Class Vice Pres. '38, Stu-
dent Body Pres. '39.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Basketball 'lib
'37, '38, '39, Baseba'l '38, '39g Track '37, Class
Council '383 Golden T Club '39,
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Tennis '39L
Home Economics Club '36, '39, May Fete '36:
Camera Club '35, Volleyball '38.
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COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Dwnialtics 'LSEJL
"Little Women" '39, Little Theater '39, Senior
Rubin Alexander Phillips
INDUSTRIAL-Orchestra '39, Football Man-
ager '39, Radio Club '36.
Ruth Anita Phillips
HOME MAKING-Dramatics '39, Home Eco-
nomics Club '37, '38, '39, Speedball '38, '39,
Hockey '38, May Fete '36.
Mary Ellen Piper
GENERAL COMMERCIAL-Radio OI'gLl1llSl
Margaret Alida Polson
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Camera Club
'36, '37, Orchestra Hockey '37, Speedball
'37, '38, Volleyball '37, '38.
William T. Preston
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Vice President
Student Rody '39, Golden T Club '37, '38, '39,
Track '37, '38, '39, Football '36, '38, '39, Argus
Staff '38, '39.
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INDUSTRIAL-Football '36, '37, '38, '39, Ten-
nis '36, '37, '38, '39, Pres. Boys' Federation
'39, Class President '36, Junior Play.
HOME MAKING-Band '36, '37, '38, '39, Phil-
harmonic Club '38, Home Economics Club
'39, Class Council '36.
Donald A. Revels
INDUSTRIAL-Archery '36, '37, '38, '39.
Donald Roderick Richards
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Golden T '37,
'38, '39, Pres. '39, Class Council '36, '37, '38, '39,
Vice Pres. '39, Junior and Senior Plays, Hon-
or Society '38, '39.
GENERAL COMMERCIAL--IAG. A. A. '36,
Hockey '39, May Fete '36, Speedball '39,
Francis L. Roche, jr.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Track '36, '37,
'39, Philharmonic Club '37, Latin Club '36,
'37, Band '36, '37.
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HOME MAKING-May Fete '33, Glee Club
'36, '37, Vice President Home Economics Club
'37, Secretary Home Economics Club '89,
Mary Louise Rossotti
HOME MAKING-Home Economics '37, '15
'39g May Fete '36, Volleyball '37, '38, '3UZ
Dance Recital '38,
GENERAL COMMERCIAL? liasketbzlll '37
SECRETARlALdLatin Club '36, Girl Re-
serves Club '37, Home Economics Club '38.
Hockey '37: Honor Society '39,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Football '36,
'37, '38, Basketball '36, '38, Junior and Senior
Plays, Baseball '36, '37, '38, '39, Golden T Club
'37, '38, '39,
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Latin Club '36:
Home Economics Club '37.
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Catherine Marie Serafin
HOME MAKING-Home Economics '36, '37,
'38, '39, Treasurer '37, May lfete '36.
Richard Lee Smith
COLLEGE l'REPARA'l'ORY-Class Council
'36, '39, Junior Play '38, All-County Chorus
'39g Truck '36, '37, '38, '39g B Lettermen Club
Sn- ru fin
lNDUS'l'RlAIf-Class Council '36, '39, ll class Smith
basketball '36g War-Whoop Stuff '39, Football
COLLEGE PHEPARATORY--Glee Club '38,
john L. Sullivan
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Class Council
'36, '37: All-County Chorus '38, '39g Future
john K. Stream
INDUSTRIAL-Archery Club '39, Auto smith
Mechanics Club '37, '38, '39, Auto Show '37,
'33: 'l'ra1c'k '39, Carpentry '38,
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Dorothy M. Sweeney
SECRETARIAL-Class Council '36, '37, '38
'39, Secretary '37, Pres. of L4G. A. A. '36,
Speedball '36, Hockey '36.
Arthur J. Tait
INDUSTRIALM'l'raek '36, '37, '38, '39, B Cap-
tain '38, Football '37, '38, '39, B Captain '39,
Basketball '39, Band '37, '38, '39, B Lettermen
Club '38, '39, President '39,
Alice jane Thompson
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Band '36, '37,
'38, U. C.-Stanford '39, Philharmonic Club '37,
Speedball '39, May Fete '36.
Stacy L. Thorne
INDUSTRIAL-Automotive Club '39, Auto
Show '37, '38.
Ruby May Thrasher
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Honor Society
'38, Basketball '36, '38, '39, Spanish Club '36,
Hockey '36, '37, '38, Volleyball '38, '39.
james B. Tingley, Jr.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-President Ra-
dio Club '36, '37, Honor Society '36, '37, '38,
'39, Vice President '37, '38, Business Manager
Junior Play and Junior-Senior Reception,
Treasurer Senior Class '39.
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GENERAL COMMIGRCIALA-lioeclley '36, '37,
'38, Yell Leader '39, Volleyball '3S!: lluskotbull
Amelia Virginia Tristao
HOME MAKING-Home Economics '36, '38,
May Fete '36g Girl Reserves '37, Spoorlbull
'37L Drama Night '39. - , 1 P
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Ruth Trumbo yu 1
GENl5RAL,vHome Economics Club '38, '39, f I E, 'rl-m-lu
VVL11'-Whoop Stuff '39, Volleyball '39,
INDUSTRIAL--Radio Club '36, '37, '38, '39,
Basketball '37, '38, '35J3 I"ool,bull '3Slg Automo-
tive Club '39, H Lettermen '39,
Leonard G. Vinson
INDUSTRIAI,-Football '38, '30, 'l'1'aL-li '37,
'38, '39, Hand '38, '39, lj Lettermon '3Elg Auto
lvlechunics Club '39.
COI,I.EGE PREPARA'l'ORY-Class Council qw.,
'36, '393 G. S. L. Cabinet '38, '3Elg G .A. A. Coun-
cil '38, '3Slg Basketball '37, '38, '3UQ Junior Play.
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Ora Mae Wallace
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Honor Society
'37, '38, '39, Volleyball '38, Speedball '381
Hockey '38, Latin Club '37.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Student Body
Treasurer '39, Track '36, '37, '38, '39, Football
'39, Junior Play Publicity Manager '38, B Let-
termen Club '39.
SECRETARIAL-Class Council '36, '37, '38,
Vice President '37, Secretary '38, Student
walls Body Secretary '39, Band '36, '37, '38, Orches-
tra '39, Basketball '38.
SECRETARIAL-Class Treasurer '36, Class
Secretary '39, Vice President G. S. L. '39Z
Band '36, '37, '38, U. C.-Stanford basketball
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Argus Staff
'38, '39, Editor '39, Debating '38, '39, Tennis
'36, '37, '38, '39, Junior and Senior ,Playsg All-
county band, orchestra '37, '38, All-valley '38,
Honor Society '36, '37, '38, '39.
John Ray West
XYlmley GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Camera Club
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INDUSTRIAL-Automobile Club '37, Auto
Show '36, '37.
SECRETARIAL - Yell Leader '37, '39, Stu-
dent Council '37, '39, G. A. A. Council '38, '39,
Basketball '36, '37, '38, '39, Class Yell Leader
Wars, '37, '38, '39,
Alexander Murray Wilson
COLLEGE PREPARATORY - Junior Play
'38, Archery Club '36, '37, '38, Band '36, '37,
Inez Christine Woosley
GENERAL COMMERCIAL - Speedball '36,
'37, Hockey '36, '37, Volleyball '36, '37, '38, May
COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Honor Society
'36, '37, '38, '39, Junior Play, Argus Staff '39,
"Little Women", "The Mad Breakfast", 'Hun-
ior's Mustacheng Captain of Hockey, Speed-
hall, Volleyball '38.
Howard Thomas Carroll
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work he was active in dramatic
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class at semester and piloted the
Juniors through a busy four
months. His other activities in-
cluded participation in the week-
ly radio broadcasts and leading
parts in the Junior play and
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First: Moss. Moines, Santos, Jenkins. Moran, Garland, Byrd, Perez.
Set-mid: Sunlu-l, Hose, Uverstrcct. XVhatley, l.oug:, imlsuii, liumley, I'e1xrs4m, Damlwlll.
'l'l1ird: Miss Conley, Stadfleu, lfindley, Mcliinnry, Moyle, Dodson, Nielsen, Suiter, Wa1.ers.
'l'wo major events, the annual junior class play and
the senior reception, were the main projects of the year
for the junior class.
The play, 'iGoing on Seventeen," was presented to
the public on .Friday night, November 9, and the date of
the annual senior reception was June 2.
Two presidents served during the year: Bud Moran
during the first semester, and Jack Jenkins the second
semester. Bill Garland was elected vice president for
hoth semesters and Catherine Long. secretary. ln the
treasurer's job Casey Santos served the first semester
with Leland Findley taking over the latter part of the
Once each month a general junior class meeting was
hc'd with varied programs and entertainment given.
Miss Conley served as class adviser.
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l.ouk up now. . .
lllyal Holm. . .
llolcl it. . .
llloml 01' lmrunoltc
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lloi-Q we ure up
Iiurc. . .
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lily has his doubts
will l"1'orlcli0 likes it
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JUNICDRS AT PLAY
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Now. lll'Cll'f you cute?
ls sho going to liit
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ll. Zoe flushing that
hulfvsmile, . .
Campus cut-ups. . .
Love in bloom. . .
Why so sud, Bob?
Grins shyly and
passes on. . .
A couple of the boys.
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Elected president by an over-
whelming majority in the first
semester elections, Keith took
over the class reigns and engin-
eered several good class pro-
jects. Keith is an active and en-
thusiastic sportman in school
An entire new council was
elected for the second semester
in the Sophomore class and
Jack was chosen by the class as
the leader and representative on
the student body council. Jack
made as his objective the secur-
ing of more social activities for
i ' e.
In 1 l mms, lloll:1n1l, lin-omlt-r's, l.us-la, Sommt-rvillv, Stewart.
'llln tnlli in inulxul N
, -co : . 'Ml 1 , 'z s -', 'z '-I, Iulllsel. Lalon. llunt, lflvai
'I'hir4l: I'lrlw11l'ds, XYilso11, 4lz1x'l'as, l'liolm1:l!l, Swift, Mr. JIIIIVS.
Two entirely different sets of officers served the
Sophomores during the year as follows: First semester:
Keith liroaders. president, Dean Stewart, vice president:
Betty .lune VVilson, secretary, and Laverne Callister,
treasurer. Second semester: Jack Luck, president:
Stanley Sommerville, vice president: Janie Hunt, secre-
tary and Velma Luton, treasurer.
Noteworthy participation in activities were as fol-
lows: Kelly, llatti, Lloyd and Floyd Harris, Nagel and
K. Smith, in varsity football, Stewart, Costa, Lombardi,
Nelson, Lopez and Swain for the Papooses: Kelly in
I varsity basketball and Lombardi in B basketball. Ward
h Rush was on the school debate team.
A large number were out for track, tennis and base-
Mr. .lones served as class adviser.
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isn't it Keith?
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l'cl'sonulily plus. .
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Mzxrt-S, Qllztyltry, lltwliv, l.ux'it1. Mt'N1-il.
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Nzxgqlw, Phillips, 1JiIl4-yy I-Inns, In-levy. H11ll14A1'l'm-al, Iflvlvlun-r', I ,
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One of the few girl class presidents in Tulare
high school history, Mildred Busby was accorded
this honor for both semesters, being a popular
favorite with her class.
Added to this distinction is that of heading
the largest class that has ever entered this school,
a group of nearly 400.
During the year she handled several success-
ful class' programs, one being held each month.
She also presided at the regular monthly class
council meetings as well as having a seat on the
One Hundred Fifty hour
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First' lungs, Scott, lbicksun, Hesse, Jxlldt-'l'N0ll, ' 4
Sl-4-mul: Mills, Walker, ll-illmnn. lirwin. l.ym'li. Nielsen. I
'lhirdz Olson, Prose, Collier, t'humley, Vincent. If
Surveying the trials of a strenuous initiation the
,lfreshmen have established themselves as an active
class in the student body.
Officers serving during the year were: Mildrezl
Busby, president: Jack Crose, vice president, first
semesterg Harold Dickson, vice president, second semes-
terg Ida Marie Hillman, secretary, and Barbara Nielsen,
The activities of the class during the first semester
centered around the handling of the candy sales for the
Despite the fact that some of the boys were kept out
of sport competition due to age rulings the class was well
represented in all branches of athletics.
Ida Marie Hillman was a member of the school
Vlass advisers were Mrs. Vincent and Mr. Olson.
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FRESHXVXEN AT PLAY
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And see that you
maintain that respect
for your betters!
Laugh about the
whole thing. . .
O :for the life of a
freshman. . .
The dignity of the
frosh president. . .
Watch your step. . .
Can't you smile too.
sion. Who's it about?
You aren't so tough.
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QBCDARD GF EDUCATIQN
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lfnst Howard, Patterson, Wallace.
Second fumwalt, Longan.
For many of the policies of Tulare High School and
for many of the privileges enjoyed by those attending it,
the students are indebted to the Board of Education.
Many of the vast improvements that have taken place in
the campus can also be attributed to this bozly. It con-
sists of five members with Mr, D. O. Howard as presi-
dent of the Board and Mr. Arthur Patterson serving as
clerk. Other members are Dr. Elmo Zumwalt, Mr. Bart
Longan and Mr. Ray Wallace. All have a fine record of
service on this Board and in the community as a whole.
lVlr. Howard has spent 15 years of active service. Mr.
Patterson has worked for the best interests of education
not only on this Board, but in other civic affairs as well.
Dr. Zumwalt is a valuable coordinating factor between
the high school and the elementary system as he serves
faithfully on both boards. Mr. Longan has been interest-
ed in the affairs of the community, and thoroughly does
his part in its activities. Mr, Wallace has been an able
and very interested member of the Board for six years.
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PRINCIPAL W. IB. IKINICDIKEY
PRINCIPAL W. B. KNOKEY
HWITHER BOUND" rings forth across the billowing
waves as two ancient sailing ships pass within hailing dis-
tance in mid-ocean. Perhaps the first and maybe the last
greeting from the outside world within weeks and possibly
months, yet a welcome call and a cheerful answer.
This same challenge rings forth throughout the entire
civilized world today as we face the rapidly changing con-
ditions individually and nationally. Individually, since
each must face his future with that same uncertainty that
the ship's master faced when sailing forth, yet with the
same determination to make all possible preparation, be-
fore sailing, to insure a safe voyage. Nationally, since the
destiny of the entire civilized world seems to be tied to the
decisions of a few individuals and groups who seek more
and more power for themselves with total disregard to the
rights and privileges of others.
Our Good Ship 1939 stands ready to sail forth outward
bound. It is my hope that -the ship is sound, that the port
of destination is fixed and that every precaution has been
taken to insure a safe voyage with a crew that will take
their places as loyal citizens of this the country we love.
W. B. KNOKEY.
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Mrs. Flora G. Wilder
Vice Principal, Dean of Girls, Commercial.
Mr. Hilton D. Bell
Vice Principal, Dean of Boys, Athletics.
Mr. J. Peter Beiden
lioys' Physical Education, Athletics, B Let-
Miss Margery Chaffee
Mrs. Lila Christie
Miss Irene N. Conley
English, Debate, Junior Class Adviser.
Mr. John F. Cummins
Social Science, Athletics.
Mr. Frank Eliceche
Social Science, Commercial.
Mr. Harold Dejonge
Mathematics, Physics, Athletics.
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Mrs. Florence Faull
Miss Aileen Fisk
Girls' Physical Education.
Mr. R. Garn Haycock
Mr. jesse C. Hexberg
Science, Athletics, Golden T Club.
Miss Mary julia Holman
Miss Violette johnson
Mr, james W. jones
Journalism, Mathematics, Radio, Publica-
tions, Sophomore Class Adviser.
Mr. james A. Lewis
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Mrs. Edna M. Long
Mr. A. L. Loomer
Carpentry. Mechanical Drawing.
Mr. Charles N. Marshall
Boys' Physical Education.
Mr. Thomas F. McKeighan
Mr. George McLane
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English, Athletics, Chieftains Club, lfli-Y.
Mr. J. G. McMillan
Agriculture, Future Farmers Club.
Miss Margaret Moriarty
Miss Ruth Nold
Latin, French, Scholarship Society.
Mr. N. E. Olson M""i'
Sociology, Commerce, Athletics, Freshman
Miss Lucy S. Proudfoot
Girls' Physical Education.
Une llumll-Q-il Sixty-'l'hrev
Miss Gladys Prunty
Home Making, Counseling, Home Economics
Mr. Clinton A. Purcell
Social Science, Commerce, Athletics.
Miss Mae Ramelli
Spanish, Sophomore Class Adviser.
Mr. C. 1. Russell
Y Miss Catherine Sacksteder
Q Home Making, Junior Home Economics Club.
Mr. Clayton W. Sheesley
Manual Arts, Automotive Club.
Mr. Rennell Smith
Mr. F. C. Suiter
Auto Mechanics, Automotive Club.
Miss Lois M. Swan
Home Making, Home Art, Girl Reserves.
Miss Lois Thompson
English, Dramatics, Senior Class Adviser.
Une llundred Sixt y-Folli-
Mrs. Reeta P. Vincent
Science, English, Freshman Class Adviser.
Miss Marguerite Waters
Mr. Ernest Wattenbarger
Agriculture, Future Farmers Club.
Mr. Cyril L. White
Mrs. julia Burrows
Miss Ruth H. jones
Mr. John Seavers
Miss Nadine Place
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-give her an A. . .
Awright! Let's get
lined up. . .
Mr. Olson behind
the hand. . .
And cameras d0n't
lie. . .
Mr. Purcell looking
cheerful. . .
Get 21 little fire in
The powers that be.
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'lhaugh and we laugh
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"How To llc a Gates
post," hy Sepcrak. . .
You know you can'L
lcacl. . .
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the answers in the
Hero and there about
the campus. . .
Wrappvcl in the avms
of Morphcus. . .
lfinc-h rcally takes
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To the Class of
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215 EAST TULARE STREET
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GRADUATIN G CLASS
IUIARE 81 SME
CAN B Y,S
All Types of Household and Electric
'l'clc-phono 81 122 North J-'l'ul:u'v
FASSO'S FLOWER SHOP
"Flowers for All Occasions"
' FLOOR COVERINGS
121 North K St. Phone IH
TYLER MOTOR CO.
Studebaker Sales and Service
140 South J Street, Telephone 181
V is Cooper pep-kin"?
Hes mine, I tellya. .
Getting your picture
Did he say anything
Chee, dat's a tough
teacher. . .
Well, if you ask nie.
None of your busi-
ing going on. . .
Kind of bored. . .
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31.00 a week
138 South K Street Telephone 87
FiIlal'lCC CO. HBEST VVISHES T0
l'lLll'l1ll,l.1l'C and Auto Loans SENIGRSH
phone 301 Automotive Supply
316 E. Tulare Street 232 South K
Tulare PHONE 165
FOR THAT F.H.A. HOME
The COX LUMBER CO.
We help you plan your home. Plans and specifications
THREE 1s1,ocKs NORTH TULARE '1'HEA'1'uH
342 North L Street Tulare, California
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WINTROATH F IGGINS CO.
Deep Well Irrigation and Domestic Pumping Plants
Machine and Electrical Work
SOUTH li AND OVVENS STREETS TELEPHONE 231
8z Feed Store
We Carry Everything
Pertaining to an Up-to-Date
VVe Give S dz H Green Stamps
CORNER ,I AND KERN STREETS
The Children's Shop
143 East Tulare St,
"CRADLE TO COLLEGE"
Mrs. Jack Farrar Mrs. Geo. Ferch
D. I. G U S T A V E
PEPSI - COLA
510 E. BUSH
Best Wishes to the Seniors
R. C. ALL EN
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The White House 0
We Wifi? Tau.. 'A
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Steve' s Cafe and
Sandwiches - Cold Drinks
Steaks - Dinners
536 South K St. Tulare, Cal.
"A Neighborhood Service"
GAS, OIL AND GREASING
Tulare lce Company
ICE - FUEL
"The Refrigerator that does more
than just keep your foods cold."
420 South K Phone 59
Corner M and Kern
Merle L. Soults
Trucking and Material
BUSH Sz N ST. PH. 1180
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THE SENIORS OF 1939
249 South K Street
"We Cull and Delivc1"'
J. D. HEISKCELL CO.
GRAIN O COTTON
PHQNE 31 TULARE
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One, two, three and
four. . .
Relax Jonie. We
meant no harm. . .
Do you really feel
that bad, or is it the
Glad that's over. . .
The tormented. . .
"Men are just boys
grown tall. . ."
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Miller' s Department
i E Store
'Fioxh-,ers Specializing in
T'- NOVELTY SHOES '
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you- sincere thoughts Shoes for the Whole Family 0 4
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Our Community mbldependgn g
WE LOAN ON HOMES ,, ' 1
-YOU SAVE- -f A A
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First Federal Savings 8: Loan A
Association of Tulare Cou t
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5 OF YOUR
gl INVKSYMINY Q
rg' INSURED 2 Ilr. cn M. minimis, I'r1-sich-nt
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TUL RE-KIN GS
COU TY F IR
SEPTERIVIBER 26th to 30th, Inclusive
FIVE BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS
OF ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL
24th District Agricultural Association
CTU LARE-K l NGS COU NTY FAIR,
C1411 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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F. G. Cross Hardware
ERNEST ALTAFFER, Mgr.
143 North K Phone 547
We Wish to Thank
the Graduates of 1939
for their patronage in the past. May
we continue that friendship in the
years to Come.
Porterville Tulare Corcoran
Ji T. "Bud" WATTS
121 Salida Place
C. H. Whistler
Next to State Theatre
Telephone 29 Opposite Tulare Theater
R. E. ROUNSAVILLE
THE NEW 1939 SERVEL ELECTROLUX
The Gas Refrigerator Sold Only on Proof
and Phone 16
Q Q STATIONERY Seaman 8z Seaman
, X . MAGAZINES Cleaning 0 Pressing
' ' SUPPLIES s1NcE 1918
I 0 CARDS .
' 218 South K St. Tulare, Calif.
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l I NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
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CAN MEET YOUR FUTURE NEEDS
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IW...-'S-'+w.'1 H I A-A-H
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iumley and Hillman
.nd so I says to him
irrrrr. . . Rosamoml
fs not that serious
hree smart girls.
et, your tootsies
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A. I-I. SCI-IULTZ
Sales and Service
' 250 EAST TULARE STREET
Across from the Tulare Theater Phone 490
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123 South K Street
Sales, Service and Satisfaction
Kern Street Market Charles E, I-Iogks
Tulare's Original Home-Owned Authorized Distributor
C' sl -F d S ' h -
'M OO me Wu Standard Stations, Inc.
. No. 914 A. D.
. 345 E. Tulare Tulare, Calif.
Flne Meats Across from Post Office Ph. 1041
For The School For The Tavern
The Home The Service Station
The Dairy The Office
The Restaurant The Church, etc.
WE ARE FACTORY AGENTS Fon THE
Frigidaire Line, Home and Commercial
Fairbanks-Morse Sz Co., Maytag Washers,
De Laval Milkers, Sherwin-Williams Paints
We solicit your business with correct engineering, first class
material, at right prices.
Ask the Satisfied Customer about our Convertible Turbine Head. Many in
use now. Investigate our Overhead Furnaces.
HARRY CROWE EI5EYfR5Z0RKs
"We Know the Pumping Plant Business"
Telephone 90 Tulare, California
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You and who else?
'At's the old pep-
talk, Mr. Hexberg
Smile like a good
little girl . . .
Richards as he 'Will
be remembered . . .
lt's not that had,
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0 SHEET METAL
0 GAS APPLIANCES
. DAIRY EQUIPMENT
B R O T T ' S
120 East Kern Telephone 21
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS
THEATRE SWEET SHOP
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WILBUR AND INEZ, Proprietors
CONGRATULATIONS 1939 GRADUATES
209 EAST TU
Visit our store and see the nice selection of gifts
we have for the 1939 Graduates. We are sure
you will enjoy looking at them.
LARE STREET TULARE, CALIFORNIA
PATTERSON 8: ROSE
Featuring Nationally Advertised Lines
for Men and Young Men
TULARE AT K STREET
I I me
I Electric Shoe Shop
124 North K Ray C. Lopez
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
Our service will satisfy us
only when it pleases you
Wqe euii a v T I
J. P. ALVER.SON
122 South K Street Tulare, Calif.
J. E. Warren Really Co.
Sales, Investments, Property
Tulare Theatre Bldg. Phone 38
i SAF ARJAN 8: SON
X MEN'S SHOP
3 3 High Quality Suits,
L' 1? Furnishings and Shoes
I 122 EAST TULARE STREET
' -24 SENIORS-
SANTOS 8: SON
"Best of Foods"
- Telephone 197
gag-Shi! XX 11,5 ll 1 1 1 It
was-w-1 If 1
vfifiidn NATIONAL CLEANERS
" "FOR BETTER CLEANINGH
Greyhound Lunch to the Graduating Class
QUICK of 1939 Q
224 E. Tulare Sr. Barber Shop
RALEIGH DYE, Prop.
Bus Depot Phone 122 AIR CONDITIONED
OUTSIDE SHINE STAND
OPAL AND HELENA 201' So K Street Next to 202 Cafe
SI-vo Il -
MEN - WOMEN - CHILDREN
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Success to You .
graduates of 1939!
Once you have lea 1'11 ed the lesson of
you have taken a vital step toward
In athletics you call it HTEAMWORKQ'
In class-Work you call it "SQUARE SHOOTING"
.M In the game of life, you call it HTEAMWORKH!
' Co-operation among producers, co-operation between employee and em
.L X ployer, between merchant and consumer, among members of the community
' , X is responsible for the progress our Country has made. The closer the co
operation, the greater the progress!
CHALLENGE COTTAGE CHEESE
s :B CHALLENGE BUTTER
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THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR BUTTER
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BEN W. COLBURN
New and Used
Wheels and Tires
For all Makes of Cars and Trailers
520 South K Street
longan Garage Company
362 So. K St. Phone 191
GEORGE P. LONGAN
R. M. WATTS
741 Apricot Avenue
Martin's Welding 8z
General Welding and
202 North J Street Phone 502
Tulare Electric Hatchery 7 if r
J. H. FREW and BERT A. HART, '
BEST BABY CHIX, FEED AND
420 North J St. Phone 334
H l l I I -Nine
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JOHN H. CALLISTER
TWO HUNDRED EIGHTEEN AND ONE-HALF SOUTH K STREET
General Insurance O Real Estate 0 Building and Loan
ECONOMY DRUG CO.
CUT RATE DRUGS, COSMETICS, SUNDRIES
Next to Penney's Free Delivery Phone 678
FRANK W. GOBLE
144 South L Street
Phone 53 Tulare, California
G L E N L E W I S
Musical Instruments and Supplies
Remember: "It's Easy to Pay the Lewis Wayl'
155 SOUTH K STREET TULARE
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on us , . .
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finer points of
Silly grin, isn't it?
Don't get mad,
Marshall . . .
Sourpuss . . .
Huycock . . .
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FULTON 8z ABERCROMBIE, INC.
12-1 N. "J" Street Phone 792 202 W. Olive Street Phone 336
Victor Welding Equipment - Victor Kimball-Krogh Pumps
Massey-Harris Farm Equipment
General Electric Welding Apparatus
INSTALLATION AND REPAIR SERVICE
"A SMILE WITH
"THE CREAM OF THE VALLEY"
"Drink Plenty of Milk for Health
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1 Hin a ICE CREAM
X M fi
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N Drive-In Fountain Serv1ce
SOUTH K HIGHWAY 99
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lo that way about u .
block . . .
Vho'i'o your stooges, Z1
'wo flights up . .
Iothing is that
funny . . .
low to opon floor in
darkness . . .
Jo lmct it isn't at ' ,
textbook . . . f
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526 E. Tulare 646 W. Inyo
Phone 32 Phone 190
MEATS O GROCERIES
OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY
LNGLEO Co' TPIXCT
Jim Ingle Company
Oliver Farm Equipment
SOUTH I AND ELM STREET
TO THE GRADUATING
CLASS OF '39
is due from us our
BEST WISHES AND
Remember as you go thru life you will
be able to go your best in a
Sturgeon 8z Beck
MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY
E. B. Campbell
Phone 65 332 E. Kern St.
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7,000 046765 of
H. C. MERRITT, JR.
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Looney 8: Taggard
West Inyo 85 .I Streets Phone: 1051
Associated Gasolines, Oils
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J. TULARE SIGNAL SERVICE
415 South K Phone 1085
2 , 1 .Malfoy did C-OVEZJ
F do give an extra value in fine workmanship,
l no matter what the classification, the design,
' the color, etc., may be.
THE DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT
2857 N. Western Ave.
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BEST WISHES ' , ..
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
HAMILTON PEERS FUNERAL SERVICE
Telephone 540 148 South H Street
T O M S P E A R
I North K Street, Tulare, California
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Look clown on us,
How to sit grace-
fully . . .
Blind man's bluff
Don't face the
Take your places!
Got a bite, Neal?
Familiar scene . . .
Truckin' on clown
look . . .
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xl,-flit , .JMV1TL'y.T'i M -. L! Alibi- ij,
, WjORK forjhe house
' Tie Vrnade fit your .ideas as xyell as your space.
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A y TULALRE XPLANING MILL
l, W-'f4ff' 'Q .fH.lC. EVANS, owner
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IIVIPLEMENT COMPANYZS, ps. 'C Q
Firestone Radios in ,C ,U 1434 ii' "L
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TELEPHONE 896 ,gifs-- K , ff'
320 East Tulare Street M T fp kTula.red Cailiiil.,-I X' ix , W"
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Sales-Service 'W-k7k"'-I Hg . iwhx. ' ,fax '
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DATES MOTOR CO. 1 X, y .swf
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Phone 316 242 South J Street, Tulare, California HC,-5 '
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS yn
We carry only the best quality Drug Store Merchandisefp
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