Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA)

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'9'-, 'tha f , .W :YW 5 A 59,5 ' ', my -5 . 399-W . ' L' W NXWB-X "LM 'N x K '3' Pecifal MMC, 41 Qif57f'M4f COLLEGE PREPARAIORY-Stockton High Sdiool Mameca High School 'Mp Football '4Z. ?ff?'QQ,J xfdsliionjlm , W 32 ,40'0an ' re '40: Page Fifteen 1,636 Reserves 10, 'M C005-Gi PREP LRXOR eobah 'A0pHo1ke1 '55, 'nx,voxqmxx'ao,'A1,5pe MMIRL-MIN : BOW! GFNE fdgxabv lllpus TR ,39 I4 ' 0. '41 ' , 41 gud! COMBE PREP ARMORY Aeoois ' AQ, 'M, 'Aly Debat- ing 'A0gf.,S.i.'M!,'M, 'Nlp heshman f.oundX, Sophomore Coondk, Sumo: Cooodk Vice Pxesideoip 6 M8061 P1eMeo!pPteixdeo!s' Couom 'Mp U b 'AL 'A1pBo1s' SN e Ri-Y '50, 'M , 'Up Letievmaos' u Federation Loom! ' M. coll F Gfppfluplr if Gmfkjl coMMfRCIAL.5 Bmefball ' Mid Bald F Mi PWM 41, ll '42g ' LT. ,owe WP QRRKWP. ow 9 . - o. 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'LM 'Aga A':M9.eS'Nes H 32 fesl enl UQ ' flldllif Clllb W 112.501- , unr1l?L 3IAfoorball110'211'y2. al ZW, 32 4a Q 75'30fI'F0deraHon ' Coun- Baie- Paue Sev0"'e"' 54: 9. 2 Q Ly K I ,1:'?'.,'-Q. My no bffwo km! gfiuklysxwxed . ' 5 ' , Ll Mamie: hom WWW- lanjhov M Zlcbyms 40 QWAERU ' q,nxw-W L f Dim-e R 'fifal 6 x lffdfopy J 'W-V 39 1' 0 77. X Wdnred -'ea ', 40-P -'B"'4'lJal' '9"'d' , Ira fb" 325 m"0fe"f 210-lf'Q"7Pf1nf 'la ,ll 'UZ if 41. ' We p, 3' 'fl 42. , 6501810 clubelggezipmf X ' u fya'-141 ck gd '39' 'ml 1oRY-MW" 's9.'w- 'au'-chaknaan'sf"'3'39h Sammi!- 'A2':Go!den1C!ub 42: 0' wwswx 463 ,www m"P4lf f 4 M7011 ' ""'0 C0llE6E PREPARAI ORY-Advanced 0fdl!Sffl '39, 'gig Giri Reserves '39, '40p Junior Play '-il: Hodey I 1 fm. Y I U ,Speodball 39, 40: Badmmion '42. Page Eighhsn 4 '39 '40, '41, aurumnlwe 'M' L-W' ' ruuugm '42: mllfofn Pfpdlufqpy iumbllnq 'M' X K , K . 5 l l KLmb' 4 X - ern ww' D Na! www ezmlm' C0 S .-SQJAL MNfPC'L11x6M P xx Dantep I r ZZ-Ie! Gtllal P I A0 In 'wi M,prns 009 -Qqgn. GENERACCQSMEQWA Reserves 40. Ienms ' 54005 19411 4dranQdE0'Z'gZI1onpe IM , 4 C0l.lf6E PREPARAIORY-C. S. F. '39, '40, '41 '42, Chleflain's Club '39, '40p Danre Rerital '39, lumb- ling '39, '40, '41, Speedhall '39, '40: Class Council '40, '41, Treasurer '40, G. A. A. Council '41, '42: Secrelary '41: Badminton '39, '4l. L 'Millar R00d' Page llinelwl ? s 4 W 542 Q , AA 1 lu' mthestra A 1 I ' wk QW' MMER GENERMC0 g Q ,ff NR ll cozzfof Pnfmn new ' 470 ilal 39-,M NNN M 011 Connni , C' I ' ng 32 M Iounzprrli 4l'.ln ' fr eslra 39 3102 Dam r , ,- inln 4' 0' Inn 3f?'lalin Club 39 ' ' , I I fZ?fPlay 4L' C .E if .?9'4dvanreo' Orriies. xo" X 1 gl.: . . xx .ms aniwwe x,s'3"i-"' x,k0?'n.1'-"' xLxx0XXY-Emfh ' 4 N191 501664 npf i X' P . , , ia' Dam PAPQJIQPVXAH Girls spam- 39 70 x serves 39 12027, C4755 fivllllrli QQ- gpfpef A VL Hz ' ' 45' GW 41' Hof mn Q Y , . 0lgg9APAf0PYClass Counfil 32 '40p ,Jewelery Wm Presidenl ZQ' Advanred Ordiesfra U '4Q 41: Commissioner ol . Forensirs '4Ip Presidenl ol 6. 1 l. '45 Argus Jlafl 32- Girl lie- 4 ff serves W '4Q 41: Vice President 32 '4Q- .ferrelary 41: Iludenl f f I Body Counril '41, '4Z- Presidenls Counfil '4Z- Gills Iporfs W VIL 7 Chieftains Club 4Q- Publicify Manager ol Junior Play '4Ip 0uill , gif andirfofl '42 x ,V , 4 5 i '40 'Hi ' -Ba5 IM LCOMMERC A. 10. wgj 4? ad 41 me 40 md' , 41 40 41 41 SWT 40 Yelll"d' amd onhem ' fb . 4 4 , as 39 . . bli ' f . '10, '41, 42',I""'. 5 - 1nnUSIR'4lTf'f"ba!' 3? ' F Pm T""' W ,few , mwmmi ewmm mumww f whmk mv, ' 0 1 BlskekMXN 39- 0 39 M4Zg"Wba0 gy en fflub 7 Q A . -W '. ' - ----.V Tia- .. 'R .I I 39 2. r PM-1 P41 cow A iq 1 , r Z ' ,- -'ffm 71 XGIHII 'fI'fi,4Z' 39' 6' 4 'WVWW if CDN SWK eww. .W ' -x xttwivykw SWA mfkxass UNW ' - Q awe c --9 Y. tguk -m1-. sweediwm-n11SN' 'l.1'. me 'Kuff- . B "JW 55' mx. ,Sew-9"f'3E19stNf skqqs W! 2 nenfuc cm 'sm GENEM C 'wmi 0M'f'fRC14ls6,ee C cs Club 39:6rrI'55,,,,m ,gb '39. Hom 1 'l0"4l le flu. 1 ' mmm CDMMERCAAL-Home 'co' Bid Reserves 10. 'Mi vvwww A 1. ton COUIGE PREPARA - , '41, um Slmdhan 40: Badmin- DIM Twnnhhnne NBNXSWN' Luxomofue T-Wh 0101157 'PMA 1 ' ' NL M0057 C fbdlxga lub lf' ,2f'fefb.,11g9 Elm, 11- 'Wow .39 'N' 'h?b11'.QaSSw MW 6w'Q':f' QWKVV Bflxwxx , fred ill, ' M 211' Allfo motive L Cuundi 'UD W' coMMuzcm"?'5' f , aNgL::'42:Fashion Show ALGUH M 1 Kr' gm" Rx: Nl-'I . comb' hx' . mmm" 46?-wmmlxf ' 14 . wa , f f,efl74,5 Q5Z""lru2,g ijya 313.36 L 42 "60f0'e,,, 'I 547:15 Mefballg ma 114 gy? 39. YQ ,- ,uwelza my "Her sfcnmam-sf my 'rx Spam '39 '40 'mu' ' .' ""."1f Dm 39.40. 'HfHl0rdses1n - 39. Girl Reserm - Page Twenly-Two 566 ,Home mm QMMWM 'm 'Rifl- swim 45f'lCUlIURAl Qub. '39' C0glf6f ppfpmfok ' 1 W ' qs' w+2fWWi?3W fvgzwztws' QLQSOW- SEQ' W .W ww ,qw X95 X 46 Class Council qgggqftcbifl. VL ga, I S , ,,,,,, Q 'fefbali .-9 , gd Q, . kk, Yo? vang S 32 M 11f'f"5f"3""'W '40 , A A 9LCLf'm..W L .xxQW'tTL' 'JM N- Ollereffa 39. fl Pfesldenf ' f W' M E F , flmlorpla , C 1' A QA 9 ' Qpwvd r 41. 'W' GENERAL COMMERCIAL- gew Q39 ,wsvez ode- '59 . fkldlq Dramalia "ll, Q Ba COLLEGE PREPARATORY-Came CI , 4a HJ dfgfbdll Z0 rad: 41 ' ra uh '42: Boys' Choms 42:Ba k tba! ' s e Manager 39. Dun Tw! N ni Wfgfffubgjf mousiklll '?if'4L, ' I ' Y fsffwfp 73165660 -ffm, 4047007 - , alma Bopyhhg I 40 41 Vp feybag 39 4 WWW 39 Eumomus Club coMMeRCW"'0me MRM or N , 1400: 3,21 Tfg"fe"" I 39 1 36 " 8""h'f6al 32 le 50lder1 fl Xub' W M13 WR t-vm L1 515 UW W5 .0555 X mb 11 e0 'L- ai L YC , , RfI1,RIAl'50Sebqll 39, 40, ,MMM M 39 Dllle ffvnonnq CM, 39, Bak , , Sybil 40 Bldmmhm , Hide, uf GENERAL COMMERCIAL-Home Economic Club '39, '40, '41, '42:Baske1bal1 '39, '40, '41, '42, Baseball '39, '40, '41, '42, Speedball '39, '40, '41, '41, Hockey '39, '40, '41, '42. Page Iwenlv-four 42414-ak WN AM Resezzgmsionex 05 ' 42 Cm-EGR CabKaZgi5?wnimX 'lla Vance Wm- :Ala Www 5 env? yidld 39' ww :X 42 fx ' AGR ?kfQQJ .393 , 45653 . 09'- coufof ,vwmw Pkflwer xv Da - , OPM: . N 5f,f'fZgf"fa' 32 Tennis 53, Cvqnal 39 K , 369' GIIIPBSQ , 2 411 llgw ' 'ff rves 32 Pam! and Pafiievflfggp , if 4 M y v , I lNQU5TR?::E8afkeIball '40p Aulo ' P A fi ,V , es1den!AuIomechanirTgL?'gub '41, 42, Q "1 X OMMERUAL-BU"f"'?'Neb1aska'39?H0me Gm?::n:oiw1csCXub '40, 'M' A ' Xx.1 C0llEGE PREPARATORY-Iransfer from Ponerville '42g Glee Club 'Aly C. S. F, '42. Page Twenty-five 1 ' 2' G dy Clule 41. 1' N comer vRl?'R5mmQrr2e'0ell5" 39' M' mn Ulm "ql1A'41- dirl ReseIV05 39' Chorus - ' wwf lee 'glfctvwfz ffgcafi 6 7 mf Pegg! gg"""fMlNof dleyffa 39 , , 4Q. Dam Mfcuanlclr-Auf m r clb'41,'4z-r ' - Berkerballer '22 me U """"" "" B 'Sl-'rvant 'bb-"X'-l.1- 'sq' Qxyw .-sell? -,SW rN'E'V'sw"" venwkg-rail" 94 -X' ' wi' warm QQMMWUAH ransler Wm Sem' 'KL Aaelcuzmmx, , A , 40 41, 42 ' 39' 'da ll, 'JL Band 39 GENERAL COMMERCMI-Baslrelball '39, '40: Volley ball '40: Hockey '40, Speedball '40p Girl Reserves '39, '40: Drum Majorelle '40, '41, '42: Dance Re- cilal '39:Adval1ced Ordreslra '39, '40, '4l: Ad- mired Band '4Z: All County Ordleslra '39, '40, '4l. Page lVl8ll'Y'Six ff'-A Mt f COLLEGE PRLPARAt0RYfCtnettatns Ctub 39 ' ' ' '40-Wa1Wt1oopStatt'klpldttor Gut sSports 39, , 'llp Argus Statt 'Mg Ctass Counctt 'Mp 6. S. L. Cabinet 'M, 'lt1pVtce President 'Llp Dante Recttat '39p Outtt and Scott 'dlp trench Ctub. '39, 10. 41? ','f9'f'ff2a""N", ,61rlPg5' fflliodfe igaskelba ff C'?f , 8 ll 40 :fe 39 xy BW es 40 Y 4Q 4y,, speell ya ul. dball '40 , 1't A ,I 53-ffjgk . 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C0136 GUI! UPY4 e 1 , lb .ipi,,,,7?0'f' Calif, , COLLEGE PREPARAIORY-Class Council '39, '40, '41, '42, War Whoop Stall '42, Editor '42, Swimming '40, '41, '42, Speedball '40, Basketball '39, '40: Tumbling '39, '40, Chiellaiifs Club '39, '40, C. S. F 39, Dance Recital '39, varies, snow '40, '41, 'uf - Dann Thanh: -- xv Sf 's91chxe1"'?AQQ:x . - ' . VI ' cmxeeevRiPARAXgEgQ9391'a"eN-S:0'N15"e9 39 mi mme 9 ,Am gagkekhw 3 - C and M , I 2 . . X355 9 . ', me 33' 'ALU-C - V41- nmsLxmm"'g :1u"A1:B.S.L.U'bme W Q1 WWW Sm Gfufm 50,4 1 Mfkclaz 4r,5,,,,,,t,,,, xfwfball 10. cw f f"l'Gleec11,' I 'mfffbvllm If 32 'Q 41, '4Mffc32 40 41,121 . ounly Umm 54:10 5? . .- v39"Q0gAlI10m01lVe INDUSTRIAPH' Y 'vb A '4 ' KK '47 4 , 4Ef"fff16fr' 3lC , A g HOMFMAKINGX , 5, , 4Q'0fIhe5lr3 gfball da' fpefdbgll ' , ,Home Eronomirg 39 Hodge, .LN 1 Wwe' M . Mft- ' 'K Xxmixvt vm WV 1260 f fqfbgf 0E Pkfp4 'wow lid' 39 4 s'6lEQ U b Counalu Z 1 g2Blene:,,,,i94,044f 4 ounly Cham, 42 Bmeiball T if Q Y' J XX! " 4 ff four X I ':"'f'.'2- Zz ' 5' Il , "'Z'Cla53' SECRETARIAL- All 6ir!'s Sports '39, '40. 1 DIR! 'manil- xfffyfjwj , -su. Nb 39' , .mee C ,ml u. ,flh- uw" ul0,M,n. lwousmuzx ,. -ls, ' 7 .1 1llDUSIRlll" C0llf6E PRfPAl?AT0l?YSClass Council '41, 6irl's 590115 '40, '41, '42p Girl Reserves '4l, '42, Dana: Recilal Class Counril '42 . X09 W .ww . ow 'exovomxts we, , mvxxewas XXQSVAVLJSL ?p4g,,f 6f"fl'4l f0MMf A 3 M , Rflllxb Q C I E Zsler lralll Wrallbx G 4, WMM' PNQ ,K wff Band '39 'no EPARMORY -Advanced . . 'Ala Bi-Y 5fNEg,u CGMMFRCIM xddhm-ed Bd COLLEGE PR ' ' - k'41,'AIpClas?Coumil'M, nd '41, M, 42,1rac tion Counu! AI. 'Mk Boys' Pedera 601504 sketw '39 ' ' 11353 , 'B M cm M- mm mm 39' humoiive NWS ' . ' ' 'liienms Amr Ax' . gxyqvqq' '-gym. Jvmm Xcsom ' wiki glgxxhvw www . '33-,W SX om m1-.W""m 'ml .BXQ9 'N ' LkX"h12 , C M'L'geM4Mf'fMlx, III mlon 314 lfeeqbal, Z0 I d"l"0n5 ' 41. 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Q w'L"',jo'Zw6x,,o ff M Z3 fmmlmb . aw 39 20 I I Dllifi PRIPARMQRY-Wal WMO? 's9,'m,emu,wes'39,cms cms 'n, 'nz V mmm '41, an saws sms'39. 'wa M9118 SW 41 sm '41,o.m.aux 'npmxxmdwux 41. Staff Nl, Advanced SNOW! 'WWI ,DPW 'Q'l,'1 X44 . ' , "IWW: 2-I . -' md, , I0 . . , L llfgm , 4 or I lyeflub QW 4 I 0 1 VI ,Xw6HS'5"' WW MWWM 'fl 8 ffolloffllh. club 32 Gfllful C 39 '40,oMMfFUAl ' f 'IpnQ.g."Bl5k , Ygu,..,,,,,,,,f,4g,.,,f,,,?""!,,,3v,'4o,,,,e,,a,, mul, 41. vb '39, '4zIp,"fm',g1, . ' 'ml Pw- REPARAT0RY'TFHu?A3?:N" Wm M whim, semen' Gu" ' '41 C0llE6f , . , gin ,III M NC ass Counql PREPARATORY 32 II 'med OIIIIIISII I Advanfed , 0 41-Bad I . , I GI40:BaSkelbqII '42, Dancing D::i:'??Zcil:3 i1h,,g2yKZZeY?7" . F- v tI'A11F' 'au aaskm' A 41 LKI392 :X b'AL 18003135 gutahchanus C. u lmwmllxl 'Flin 145 E A. ill U1- wa WZ nfvixow -'f4f4I'If44le14H,,,,,,e C0llE6f Pufpaurmv-media '19, '44, '44, Smdbur '39, '44, '44, Mm 'Jz '44, '41, vw rw '19, '44, '41, svn., vs, '44, '44, su cu 11. 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Bullock and Lange Administration 6355065 cs ,memo Presidents SENIOR CLASS Clyde Edwards STUDENT BODY .luck Crose .IUNIOR CLASS Dan Delfoe Bob Phillips FRICSHIVIAN CLASS l"rcd Newman SOPIIOMORE CLASS Don Niday Allan Richardson l l 1 Boar of Education IJICIDS IIOXYARIH P!'0Nill0lll 'WG .X. H, I .I'IIHZl'I'I"I'l'IH Sl'i'I'l'IilI'.X' .....-1" fx 'Flu' llourrl :xt wm'k in llw f'UlllN'il Room, l'm-rlulps Ilu'y'l'u 1lwicli11g hem' lung El 1111! x':u'z1lirm wv will IWEIYK' this sun I OSS FRICIJ K'.XlilUJI,I, ILXNSUM JONES .l. I'Il,Ml+IR H I 1 I vrlx' lIll,'l'ON Il. l!l'1l,l,. lwaui mam. IIN' .YHllIlQt'Sl, lwst-Iuukixlg, ami llmimllwlmllv :nw ut the usl l'liUlJUl'il1iYt' of thiS hlflll svlmulk p1'im'ipuls. A ministration S. l"l,ORA XX'Il,lJI'lR, Yicv plllullml .xml cinum of glrls. ulwsv kind smilm- zmfl swvm-I rlispwusiti1ml1 INZIIQK' llwsc' visits In Ihr uf'1'iu num In ll :lm X . . . .. m x it 1 u Q xxX A . I I':mL11- I'nrly-onu Student Council IIllS'I' HHH' lim, l'I1:l I 'Im I4-tlv Inu Xlhxt I I I N Iv X I I I I XI Ii XX I I I II II I I II N III Ii II IIIIIII I XX Xl II IIIIII 53 ,'g 'fH",1, xg' NAME or ORGANIZATION Student Body Council xx I- 4'IyII1- W Y " ' .fmr1csIi.z, Fon THQ! 1ST AND 2N'D SEMESTERS: President Jack Crose Vice President Mildred Busby I Secretary Clarice Newman Treasurer Don Chamberlin ADVISQRS L. M. Heiiand yy I I l l OTHER QFFICEHS wR uUTSUANDING MEMBERS: Commissioner of Publications- Betty Lou Whiteside Senior Class President ---- Clyde Edwards Junior Class President ---- Bob Phillips Sophomore Class President - Allan Richardson Fres man Class President -- Fred Newman Head Yell Leader ---------- Connie Wicks Boys' Federation President- Harold Dickson Commissioner of Boys Athletics- Charles Hofhnan Commissioner of Forensics -- Tenella Lovelady Girls' Student League President- Ida Marie Hillma Commissioner of Girls Athletics- Helen Butler OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR 1941-1942 Sponsored dances Controlled all rallies Controlled allotments to all student activities Purchased yell leaders' costumes Contributed to the Red Cross Emergency Fund Il Senior Council 1 f."lx. 1-:Amt OF ORGQNIZATION genial- cum OFFICTFRS FOR 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS: President Clyde Edwards - Clyde Edwards l"IRS'I' RUXVZ Dorothy Ichi- llllgilv HQ-tty lim- Tnhler, Hur- , Imran Nielson, Maurim- Harris, ' llele-xx Nielsen, HQ-tty .Io Stone, Ulydv llldwnrrls. SICUUNID RUVVI Del Hlnnlquist, .Im-k Napier, Rf-gm' Putnam, Iflurl l':n'r. Vice President Roger Putnam - Earl Parr 'FHIRD ROW: Dirk Hiu-lmvovk, Fred l.zu1g'e, Iiill Evans, Bruce Secretary' Betty Jo Stone - Barbara Nielsen imfjJwQjm NMWWNVVW- Treasurer Helen Nielsen - Betty Jo Stone ADVISOR? Misa Lois Thompeon - Mr. Hexbe-rg, OTHEW OFFICERS OR DUTSTANDING XEMBERS: Delbert Blo mquist Bill Evans Maurine Harris Dick Hitchcock Dorothy Ichinaga Fred Lange Jack Napier Betty Tabler Bruce Jones OUTSTANDING QCTIVITIES FOR l9l+l-191-+2 Senior color sale and day Senior Christmas Dance Senior Play Senior Day Commencement activities Numeral planting Baccalaureate Graduation Papas- lf'ul'Iy-'l'ln'm- Junior Council IIIlS'I' IUHY: .luamilan l,m'i- V I 1 ID IIN XII I II I II X I I Il I 1 I I XII I X I I II I I I I- I NI I XX Q., II I N II I4 I II III I I I I III 1 I Nl I II I I-I I':IgI- 1" I I l R NAME OF ORGANIZATION Junior Class OFFICERS FOR THE 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS: President F99 Ehjlliipg .. Dwipepge I V109 Pres GDI? Dean Smith - George Thanas I 56CI'GtBI'Y Katherine Lampe - Zelma Aldrich Treasurer., Dqnrothy Mitchell ADVISORS gigs Irene Conley OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MEMBERS: Bill Baugher Bob Phillips Dayle Bibb Viola Pappas Velma Serpa Kathryn Adams Curtis Sipe Donna Lee Sturgeon Conway Pendleton Juanita Larimer OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9l+l-l9l+2 Junior Play, "Believe It Or Not" December 5, 1941 Junior Senior Reception - May 29, 1942 Sophomore Council I"IllS'l' HHXY: .Xmlrvv Hull XYilm:1 liillllilll, l':1t Hurt n liilliv Lou lbunlup. llnl ll t'l'0Wllvl', Lois l'c10Iv. lSlGl'll1?II1giUW: H:n'h:u':1Hucl -,',.z't:S "-,V' H . ilsue flxSlQll,SUll?HtIlll:::l Yullrn SOPh0ITlOI'9 C0llIlC11 Lou Wutvrs, I.aVern4., H 71 'I'lIIIiIj ILQY: Twilu li2lY"i.ll el OFFICERS FOR THE IST AND 2ND SEMESBERSZ QHHM'QQQQmJQmfQ President Allan Richardson - Don Niday W' Vice President Robert Fuller - Martha Sturgeon :'f,f.'1Llff ',l.-i'fff.li.i1Ef.'f-T!L,'5i'' Secretary Twila Larimer - Verna Mae Gustafson 'U' "'iS'h""' """""' ""'U""' Treasurer Aristotle Gavras - Ann Young ADVISORS Miss Vera E. Wittmann OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MEMBERS: Emma Lou waters Bobby Buckley Audrey Gulley Harold Tisdale Laverne Farrar Harold Santos Willard Rankin Helen Crowder Pat Burton John O'Conner Wilma Rankin Billie Lou Dunlap Lois Poole Yell Leaders Virginia Edwards Wanda Hall OUTSTRNDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9bl-l9h2 Decorated auditorium for Com encement Sold candy for football games Sold pcm-poms for Armistice Day game I':l:1- lf: rfty-fl VC I XI Ii X I I Il I I XII I II XXI I I I X I X I I I I X1 II Freshman Council I1 IICNI IIHXX' IX:-nm-III I xI'IlII"'lI I II-' - I" 'I I XI I I I XIII I II N I X II I I I-3 NAME OF ORGANIZATION Freshman C1335 OFFICERS FOR THE 1ST AND 2ND SEIXESTERS: president Fred Newman - Fred Newman Vice president EugeneBIIIIafEi'as - Richard Guerin Secretary J c - I Treasurer Marilyn Gist - James Bair ADVISORS Mr. N, E. Olson - Miss Marguerite Waters OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MEMBERS: Evelyn Simois Richard Guerin Joy Ann Sturgeon Joyce Kahler Barbara Allen Kathleen Pierce Ophelia Bosworth Betty Bryant Joel Eubank OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR 19141-19142 Parents' Night Frosh Initiation Decorating auditorium for Baccalaureate Decorating goal posts for football games Selling candy and drinks for football games I I I I Presidents' Council .I I I I I"IIlS'I' IIUXX' I XX I X I X ll Alalljp 'N II I Ilutla , I II I I'I:ll'i4-n- 'X SI-Il'1 'XI I XX I I I I I X I N I I I l I I XI II Il IIIII Il XX I I I II II XII Ii I I I I I I I I I II II I XI II Il I NAME OF ORGANIZATION Presidents' Council ADVISOR Mr. L. M. Holland OUTSTANDING MEMBERS I Armistre Ametjian Rosetta Jensen Helen Butler Lonnie Lancaster Jack Crose Fred Newman Danny DeFoe Don Niday Harold Dickson Marjean Nygren Clyde Edwards Olga Rossotti Ida Marie Hillman Don Stover Charles Hoffman Connie Wicks Dwight Jensen Hero Zeiderwig OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR 19I+l-19l+2 Newly organized to promote a feeling of friendship and cooperation among the various organizations in high school. Held several meetings and took steps toward improvement in public speaking. I I I Classes J Q si fm f P' 'ina 'Q "hum BETTY IO STONE-H Sets a good example for fellow students with her de- pendability, poise, initiative, and quxet enthusiasm for everything she undertakes. Juniors I-'il!S'l' IIHNYI Huy l"iIllIlj'. lla-:lli'i1'v i!zll'l'm-l':u. 'l'llilllP IUHYI Yil'L1iHi1l ilruy, In-mi Vail:-iii--Ilan. .Xlxiw-111 In' 1'i.iIv.4 Viviun I!mIi'i4ll11-Z. ilulh lillwzus, l1:I'i"'V ":'sl""' l""5"'k l:if""'S' H'."' T"".""'5""' .I"'5"' . , . . , NliIIli1..lJI4'ii .irwliiistum Mlldlw-ii init, Xxilliiiil hmuis. .In--Ii lille-5,.i1u'lx l-ulciwllu, Imruliiy Mitvhi-Il. 1 lnluim- ',:l.,:lm,l I.,-pit-I-V Il:lm.u HHHS4 Limlu NWN! Muhlt, 8:1131-r, I.:-slw Ihnlwr, Iron SJIVIIIPHI. XX'iIIi:in1 ifin-I1i::. Ale-mlmmu, 1211-mf-liuzz lfnli-iii., .Xlxiw lim-lm, l,uvill1- I"Ii-ya! Imiw-, ilhliiai Imliiia-i', Yirnlxu ih-i'i'5', Vinlvi Svunlw-s, Ilwiwtliy iiJll'llII.III, .Im-IX IC--:gin-wi:uiu, .Ii-ssh Ki-ll--r, Iilhif Hill--y. Alnhh- SUIISZI. Miss lmlllvlv. Simms, .XVI I'm-nn--I-:ilu-r. SI-IVNNII HHN" .lllliv Kmwvliwimln-i', Mary Hlii-11 l"lil'H'I'il IUDXYI Blix l'lll1lII1iIlS. llzlsil i4l'1r1-iw. N1-:il Hulil-If-. I'lx':u Nlnvlimlw, M:uh-Iim- I".-rnzimlq-z. .li-rry ,Xrlu-Iizin, .Xlnwihalin liznzuriziix. llznimlil Mills, .Xi-tuiw 4'i-mul.-i-, In-ii Ili-llqiml, I,uui':n Srxusau. ifIIliH'I'iIl1' Ifurriz, Ilhyli- Iiilill, .lzunvs I,f-un 'l1i'l'll2IiIl'ii1' llzihh. Hullixzm. I-In-lyn M11-Iiiuiun, Ivii-IQ Niwluy. Aim' Smith, lie-ily l"ii'i'nll, .lvilll 'i'f1ii, 4:l'l'Jliliilll' Imvif, 4'I:ii'i--i- Ilhhi'hiIIip5,l'I1:u-li-sIIht'1'n1:u1i.M:li'yl'iiw-s,V4-lmzl Shirk, Anim In-II 4'i1lI'ii. iiuzi-I l,yIhi-, li:ii'Ifm'1I Swrpu, Shirli-5' Hlsun. 'l'hi-lmu It.mlu-ix 'I'li+-limi Smith, ilzlyvs Blum-4-, 'I'i'fwy Iiwliiif-mls. llanim-in Ash- 4l'lQu'iIl1. Hniilizilln i:l'4ll'i1llIl'Z, limb Ymiiiu. fwwi, .Xiillimiy 4':nl'1Ifvz:i. Miss Hull. an-nv-'gnu I-'HIST IIHXY: K.Ililj'l'Il Aflzuiiis, lfivi-lyn Nl:1r5't'i1-ill, Yillliliiil Skxiuus, lv:il'l1-1-li .I:ll'r1-II. iiuxvziiwl Milvm. lfziiu- 'I'--i'i'iiI, Yurikh liulsillii. Iiihlzi Vhiwi--ii'in. Alznlllq- lim-ll.-m'-v1ll'l, Iiill il:li1:Iivi', iii-ui'g:v .Xiu-. SICVHNII IKHNY: Ill'I'I1IiIIi .Xiui'i'is. ilulm-1' Cii'l'k'II. Iilfllia-r 1I:li'w'i:1, 5l:i1'j4irii- I'i'4-lzw-r, ICI:-alnrn' RIISII, Shnih-5' Smith. Mary IH-i'vii':u, Hiixw- Stun'-, W:u5'm- Shivh-y, Imui, Uiiliillllx NIV. l:iIl'Iil'il. I'ziLLv l"iI'i5 - X Q 'Vililiil HUWI Hina Vhhli. llnll lhllstun, .lim Imrrir-, Nnwal Slilm-s, l'l4-.nal lin-i'Ii.-ig ,Xlim Xiu-lin, Alilry ltnnius, Hiivizu Nl--1'hi'liuiIli. 'l'iu1'iw-5:1 lm I'i'n-sli. Vhlm- .Xl-'Il:1i'is. "lll'IiSS Sm-in-. I.:i Yniim- Ilullzllial. I-'4li'Ii'l'Ii HHNY: .l. V. i.ilxiilI'I', Iiinymlih 1'iiz'4l4-il'wv. iiich:il'4I XX'i1iI4-siuhi, XY:lIi:um- ililriizlrzi, Nlziry XY4-xl, V4-rim Aim- Slnxu-y. Xilllf' .I:im- l'iii'isshi:iil, Z.-lim: .ilmlrimlgi-, Im:-UII15 IiIiiIIIL!5ij. I.i-.in:nrnl Alvmlhliwn, l':I'lll'SI M1-linxwili, Xnrmsl I':l5lin-, lhih Ilmii-li, 'T Juniors .- if ll I A. U , lf'IlIS'I' NNW: Alury Iillzznlu-Ill Suuzu, -Ivilllllt' lill- rlla-nmn. .Xlilllr--ll liiIIiru:.sum'lIl. .XIIIIZI Al:1l'iv.Imls4-ll. XIVKJIIIIII IIGIX. .llzul-J.ll'1v .XIII-n, Inslrzu NI:-Iln, XX. I. lficaslvr, I'Inlxx:l1'wl II1lI'f:1, .Iuhn Alilln-l', 'Vinh-I WIOIIIC. 'I'llllllv IIHXY: KI:nl'ju1'ie- W1Imll'ilm, Alzlry Irvm- Wil- IIEIIIIS, .lllllllllil 511-Alunll, limb Illllllliv, Al:nl'p4:u'--I Ilnltm luqulllm lmu-I I Y Ilugm XI'IIIlll' lfrvi- Ins, .l2l1'Ix .Xsl1xx'u1'lI1, 'Vmly Itwrlvzl. llwlu-rl l.ivl1lgm.1l, I"11--4-luv l"lmpIu-ll l'1':lIlIx l'4-1Il'vv111-1-Ill. I.Ul'A'lI Xlmnwf. ' 1"-1 .' Q" . 'ss l'n I-'. , 'XM 'U W X5 UH' UI HI A l"lll'l!'l'lI IIHXY: Nzmmi Ill-lllul-s, I:IlI'IlIll'JI Ilullvn- Sl-IUUXII ll1lXXi1IIn-I-flzl Slxirlx, 111-rznlal Kina. Ilm'-I l-1-Vu. Wilma: IMAWQ-.-sv. Mzurllm Im-mm. Milllrf-ll ZlIllIl'I'Nl'Ll, I.:-Hn Xl:l1'II:l1I-'. .Xlluiv Hmm-S. Hill-1-11 I-lnllm-rl. Mzlriun lil-lwlwlllaizlll, I.u1'illv l'il1m:1n. 'I nw-ml-I1-5, .Iwylw VII-m--nts. l'1l'JlllIi Lulu-, llwlw-rl ,lulw Ilznrl--y, IGVIIINI Wumls. Ilyrun Allfn, 4h-m'g1.- Nlllflwll. Ilulwrl llmln-, l'l:11'l-ww YIIVQIIS. .IUIIIIHX 'l'l1.v111:.s. Ili-'I1:1l'1I 4'm'y. Nwrlnzun Nlvl-Ilwf-I-, IIvl':ll1l SI-l.-I-r, I"l':lllII II1'IIll'l'c'CI. ulru-11. IMI SIUIIVQVI, NIV. llllyvlu-. as I-'lllS'l' NNW' Nlnrilyn lmst-111. l':aulim- Spzlrlis. 'l'llII!Il IIHXY: .lim Zumwzllt. .IHIIII IIl'IlIIt'l'. ltlll liwwuv Hwlnmnl lgtlllmlth Gill' Imlmy Iwllimn Nm.. Xq.nu:5Iln, .llrjllxlllvlImnll-y Ih-l'nlr'f- IIPXYIIIIASI, Maum- . .V h xi M X4 I A NIA U IHIIDIUII I.msl:1ll1, .Iu:u:1I:n I :mlm-V. If2lI'IhSlI'El IH-lv mzx .If-nl-s, X11:1m.1 luxe-ns. .I-llj .l.ull.ul-I, . .umm HMI I-m,h,.HH. Hill I-UMUII. yhuiniil Ih,,,m,H' Ml. lfmell-1-, Ywsllilxql Izumi, Yiwlzn Immms, .Xlmal Ihre- Sl:lYl'. l""" I-'ul'1:'l'll Ii1lW:l':1lx'irxSlum-In-5,XX':11'rvllWm-lIs,Mwl' Slfjlwnxll ll1rNX':.l1+l1llllil- Alxlrlill, Imn Nl4IY1'l'. HIIIIU lin Alwvlw. I':uIl llulur--11, Iiltllill Sl:--lrpu, tlmwlull Illwwlllll 1-jmmg, shin-ly. I-'u-rn llrnwu, Ii:lllu-l'Im- Itgmlwm-ll. .lzwll Ilulluzlllgll. Al:Il'x'in .XI-I--V.-l mg.-.H-Ll. l,glmp.', ll--tty AIZIVIIII, Alilnllw-nl lmulv, I.uviIl.- Yun, limlriquf-z, I':I'll1'hl Walls, Ill-In-rl Iilglylvlllytily.-111, . , . ! Vzllxill ICI-swill-r. Virxil l.n- I:Illl'. llnvlll Izlllm-Vxull, .XIVIYIII l!1'1ull,1'Il:ll4Im-S Impl-. M11 Illlgi-lIn'l4Ll. I':1u-- If'il'ly-um Faculty Christian, Leo .Xurivulturv l :mtl ll I'. uf l'lllll'4ll'lllll"13. S. lmvis Cobb, Elizabeth Art, lltnmt- Arts Bartlett, Kathleen llnme- lil' Llfcnmlsl, lll'l0lllHlll l',XlllUI'ill0l'Y I-'rn-sum Stautv-ll. A.. S1 II. AI, u-1'. Svv. l',S.1'. lll':ulll:ll1- n'm'k lrllulxlurlw Bartlett, Thomas J l'l15'Sivs. Alu. ll. wh--um-Irv 'I'11 uullmnvtry. Sulivl 124-mm-Irv Nv1I'll1vl'l1 Allilllilllil Pnl vg- l 1 1.0! In-v1x'1-1'-ILS. in Math, I. ul I.nlltoxn1.l-BI. A. In X :mmy 1'nIl1-L:1- nl' l':11'iflC-A.B. 7.11, Y.-Hylh-114-I-411 S1-if-mm Conley, Irene N. lmll.-qv l'l'4'Il. l':lll.1'llSll ll. Vcwil- llllll rl I n In I1 Il I llNlIlt S 2 4, L: 5 , 'D .4 lillulish . . ' 'J-K' : hill' lvwrlis-111 I'nix'4-rsily U llxio?-P I'l1. l'nix 1-rsily ni' 1'lllll'Ol'lll1l Cummins, John F. l'. S. llislury htxlnlnrnl-.X. IZ., Al. .X. l':l:m- l"il'l5'-lwu Beiden, Peter ' . sl! Nuys l'llj'Sll'1ll l':lllll'2lllIlll Ill-lllsumls-II. A, Sllt'I'lIll Sw: in l'. li. Burrows, Julia I.ilvl':lri:l11 hlnle- lm-114-114-Vs lullvnm- fNlivh nun! Nold, Ruth Faculty Russell, Charles J. 111-111-1':1I Q4'il'Ill'4' I tl1'i1-11I'1li1111 I'IxpI111.1l111X I.:1Ii11 I. II If'1'1-111I1 I. II 1111 llll S1111 I N Q IX XX'1u11sl1'I' l'11ll1'g1' Illhiuj-1, , , l' S 1' XI X Olson, N. E. IC11::i111-ss 'I'1':1i11i11g I. 1'111111svI, If'1'1-sl1111:111 l'I:1ss .-X1lx'is01' l'11ix'1-rsily 11I' XX'ix1-1.11si11 ,X:'111st1'1111a: SLA. ,ll ,. ,1 1.-. Seavers, John .X1'1-111111I:111t, Il1111l1IX1'1-p1-1' 11-1111--1I 1.1I1to1111,1 1111111111111-1:1I 111lI""1 P. 1 PM 1' 4 1 Proudfoot, Lucy S. SU1' i l' ".', 'V ' I ' . p,1n1':1l111'y, I!11si111-ss 'I'1':1i11i11, l"11'I1-11111 1'11II1fpr- 1'I:11'1-11111111 l'11II1-g1- .X. Il, I ie-111-l':1l S1-1'. Prunty, Gladys II111111- l7l'X't'lllIII!It'lIl, 11111-11111- IIIIII Ixrlm lmx 1 1 ' , 11.1 '11 'I -lI1i11L: IX' 1'111111s1-I I"1'1-S1111 SI:1I1- .X IS. l',S.1', Ilvll. S1-1'. S111-1'i:1I H111ilI1-Il11gI11-s Stave, Roy K. I'11l1I11- Slll'IlliIIILL, 17I'l1'lllilllHll II1'a1111.1l1 II ws, X 111-:1l11111:1I I'111p1IisI1 llI1-111I.1I1- I 1' 'l':1I'I .l. V. -Q I 111x'1-1 .X. I I"l'1 1111 Flilld' 'siiv 11I' l"1IiI'111'11i'1 X X Thompson, Lois I '1 I1sI1 lll, IV, SUIIIUI' l'I:1mS ,X1Ix'iso1' XX'il I111.111-- X I1 llllX't'l'YllX 111 XX:1sI1111gl1111 NI 11111111 XI X . ll I'11g1- I+'iI'Iy-'I'I11'1g1: Sophomores I-'ll2S'I' llcixx' I-jilltli Nlli-ir.-. Alglry Sgiiilns. .lll:lIlll.l 'I'llll1li HHN. Alum-5' l.l-.iii:1i':ln, l-fl'm-:-li1ii- eirim-lilll. l,Duill:iii, Iwliv l.w:1l', Nlsirlliu Almn'--, llnse-llzi Yiriarrlu. In-lmww H--u:ii'1l. lixlln-I' N1-xx Illllll. .lwrsiv linux:-N. Y:-lmzu NlvII+v.1'l1:ui'l1-iw XK':nri'1-ii. Yi-Ili1:l Nlwwlln-X, livin- XYill1i .Iliulv lA'lllllIUlIS, l':u1 NX':+lt'1-. .Xml Y-rlliiu. 1'--iv ii--lli Slwvi-ins. llzilw-lvl Sqililws, llZlllll'l Ilivim-l':i, 1'l:il'- slanivvv XX'i4'l-.s, l.m1-iw XR-i4ll, lillin-l Mm- Sxxzlriwllv. mlm- llil- Iii:-. 'l'1-ily Sunlus. Bliss I!:il'lI1-ll. livin- .Xlll'll. l4'wl'i'1-sl Sliwpivxu. Ilill S:1lii14l4-lx. NI:ll'xl:i Smfll, Ali: 'l'z14xlw1'. SICVHNIP IUIXN' lmllxm-11 Ylrlllll, lin-luv l.:lIli11lii, l'Ii- l4'1ll'll'I'lIllHXX:1'IfuXlm11':-. Iflsif- I.-iiwlii. l':ul Nlrlll. lvm- I..il11viii. l5l7lIlil l'i':nl'Imu, Nlyrlln- Slim-Iuzlllul., lil-lly l,4rll Xl1ll'llll. Nuxwy N1-urs--. liilly- l,vmimi'. Xvllklllllll l....- l'i1lXNlIl'KlN, lf:-lly .lu 5l4'l":irl1lvii. lllllUl'4'H .NI4-rm-ul:-S Al:uf'l1:i4ln, 'I'xxil:u l.Jll'lIlI'l'. l'll'II'lll4' All-1':n Yziiiululu, l"l'..lulll1- 1':ifl1ii'. lhlrulliy 'I'livvm:is, llillllllil I:li11l, llwsvlli- I,:l,Xl:i1'l', Ifiw-mliizi S:iiul--5, til'-mi llviil, l,..u Uzllf-rs, llill Slnylnii. Iizuvixl Slum-, li:-im:-ill .Xlll'lJIIl Smilli. l.l-vywl Siiiilli. llii'li.ll'rl Slllllli, 1'i':ni:4 Smilli. I-I l':lu-- l"il'l mix Nevin-5. lvlll 5lllIlll. Suwinnwln. .Xll:l1i l:i+'l1:11'1lvvl'. -is ll! l'llIS'I' IIHXY. 4'l1Jll'l1h l':ul'svvl1s. .liiiimy ll1'l'lllTlll, 'I'IlllllP Ii1'N'i, llriyiuwlifl lhp, nw-inxlzliuliliw Hui'-'lu '14-!'Jlllll'l'4-1L.ll', llfilw-rl ll:ll'l1-5,l'l:ill1l1f Mimi. Iiuvlim-l 4'liI'I'fviwl lI:lxxi-N, XY 1ll:uw-- ll'-rl' Hixzil lln-rlirill .I-vlillfl-ir, Yi'-lvl Iiillwrl, I'lu1-4-I-v lvllilmuzl. .Il1:lnil:l linlli-VI lI:nlvwfii, .l-fli:i I'wi'If-V, ,llilli-ii lilllllll, .lim llvilin-ir, .Num-N ll41l'1'isHli, l":n31- llwlvuiiilv, I4'Iwl'1-11--4- 1ll'lli:uiii. .lllllllllv Xfullillilu, l':llIIllT1 liuulxum Yll'LllllII llpll--il, 1,4-llin lluplxiiuf. llllll-liiiismi, In-lix ll.ni'4livi. XX:ulu1l:: ll:uIl, .XI:l1'14- llnl -wvliilv. Nl:lI'u:ll'v-l llliflwziiii. SIIVHNIP IUPXY. .Klux .XI-'Iii-iulizln. lil-ln-rl l':lui-. l"Hl'l1'l'llliHXX', ,Xll'. ,Xl--l.:lil., IN-wil Hlfl. lluli .lliviiuny 42l'1iiv1ff, llllluviw- .Xlrwi'1'lu':lml, limi Niwlzm, -irl llznrlqlml, .Xlniill-I lfqig--iulix, llzurxix llilviuu Xmliw-5' illillz-5 .Xian llmlwiiu. 1h-r'li'llcl-- II:ni'i'ifun. .Xrixlull-1 ll:uxv':uf4 lim:-i-ii Xliiilxili'-I Il:--luniwl Mui Klum- ll-vim-s, llixlwy .lm'lxsuii, Alziry lillwll lil'lHlllllll. riff-tu, V. ll. l-'lil-'ln-I, .l,lM,n In-Hlw. .llllllllll jf'-5, .Xl:ixl1lv.l:ni'i'1'lI. I':ll1li1iw llziyw-S, Sllil'l.-5' Ili--lu-y, Al- .ll-lil: 41'r'lvinlyf-i'. .l-'lil:l11w l'iwwl4-1, Ilill I'lil ill. ll-'lv 1.-4-,ln-:un Illwlaiziuii. f-rl l'iIllll'l', 421-iw l'lll'I'j. xvlk-iii' Sophomores IlllS'l' HHXY lli1'l1:11'1l ll:1I1I1.l11, 'I'i11l':1lli11 Xl:lI'lill1'Z. 'l'IlIl?lP IIHXY' l,l-1541 XYl11A:1l. ,Xllwrl lflwuxxlx, 5l41I'l'is l IIXIII Wills. .I1-I1l1 XKl1ill1-11, 'IH1115 Ilixvlw, I-111 l':1l'- 'lAl'11l1ill1', Il:1l'11I1l l!l'1-W1-1', l':lIlI1'I4 .Xlvm-5, A1JlIlllL'I 11u:111, llill 1'I:1yl11111 ll1-111'L:1- .X111I11l'M111, .XII11-VI 1':1l'- X':1s11l11w, .I11111'11l1l1A 1.1-1111:11'1I ,Xl'l'l1ll5. I,1111is1- I-'I1-l1'l1- 1111 ICIII I1i1'-I, N4-1'111:1 1l:1Il11':1i!l1, 'I'l1111x1 lfuuxll. 4':1- 1-V, 4'.1l'11I 421111111-1'. vihllil li1':1l1:1111, .XI:1l'i1- lliI1l1s. Illillil X::11il1114:1. .I1-W1.-1l111I1g1'1-5, V1-1'11:1 Xl:1111I11sl:l!! l'l1yIl1s 4':11'1-1111, Nl:11'y I11- M1-Hn, Vil'ui11i:1 1I:l1'1'i.1. 'll-AM-ll'5 l"1'l'I1-11'.1,1Z11111'u11-'lull-1-1'l..ll1:1l1il:1 I1l':llx1-, II1-I1-11 lluauw. .Xl1', H1-Il.1l11l. 1 11111ll,1 11:1Il1-:lu-V. I-'11l'l:'I'll liuxkg ,XI11 l,1':11-I1, I.:11-5 Il111l1ll1-511111, NI'I1'11NIP lllYXX'..lv1l1!1 Iiulnl. XYi1Iz1l'1I 511111111-5. II:11'11l1I .I111-11111111-z. l':11'I l,l-1511. Hlixi-1 .Xx'il:1. l'IllsI1:1 1'IlI'll'l', Ii+:1I:1l--, l.lI'5'l ll1'U11"'f1 'Vvlly U1'11M-11, IC1-111-S1 l!1'11xxI1, IN'-lll XX'l1:1!1-y, .Xu-ry .Xiu-rx, 1'l1:11'l1-s .X111l1-1's1111. Xl:1111-111 lC1'11'.111. In-XKi11 l1llI'lIII!iIIIIl'. Yiw-1111- IZ1'11xx11- I11111:l:1s xYllllIl'1'l,l. 1'I'11'1-11m'1- II:1il1-X, lP11:111 llllllll. 1Il, Il11lI1m':11'l1-1. lmI111'1-s I-Z1111s. H1-11-11 1'1'11x11I1-1', Ililw I:i1-I1:11'1l I11'111x11, 12111111 V111-!11'z111. I':111l 1'hiI4l4'I'H. Ilill Ilw I.1111 lllllllilll, II1-I1-11 111-111-111-. I-'zu I4I11ul:1111l. 1,1-A ICIISII, I1:1l1'1-I XX:liIS, llvlxry l!l':11111-1', IN111:1l4l IC1-1-li. 11-1'l11- l4':1l'1'111. XX'z1111I:11l11-1-11. I1'l':1l1I1 I1111-Q1-S, ,V. Mila 4 ' s. ' ' WIC' .Mu 4 li l"IIlS'l' IMAX' 11.11-111115 It11lI111'11. H1-1-111--11 I.1l1'11A. 'I'IIlllIP IIHXX' Xlixs l'l'lIllIX. lC:11'l1:11':1 ITVIIHS, Hilnln I.-1111l1-Il Hulk. .I11yw1- S1-I11-Il, .X1l1il1-111- ,Xll:1xxz15, liil- IZ111-141-5. .XlIi1- lZ:11':l1111. .X111l1'1-11 lZiN411111-1', Shirlvy I111 Ii:1l:1:1111, It-11-11+-:1 l':!iZ:I, l':l'lIllI I11-11xx11, l.11wilI11 1:11151-11. lu-1-1-II15 SI1111-111:.I11f1'. I':11 li111'l1111. xI1Il'ilj'lI .Xlx1-x, I.i1I1,111 S1-11111-1111. l.:1111':1 l'1-11l114i1'11. I4'1':111l1i11 .XIl1l1. .XIq1l'II1:1 Slluxm-1111.S:1l11l11y S111- l!:11l1-X, .Xl1Ii1111- 11.1111-13 X'11'ui111:1 1':11'1l11z11, Y--1'.1 'l'+-1'1'ill. l"l'illI4'iS I':1A 1-Ilv It-wI1.1, ,I:111i1-1- In-1-I1. .I1-111-II I111::. .l1-y1-1-1'1'11xx- 11,1-I... lA.,,, I-.,..1.1. I'111'1l. J111- I11111-x, ll11:11l:1I11111- AI:1l'11111-Z, 1lv111'u1- I.1-lnlvu. SICVUXI1 HHXX. N:11I:11':1 1'1-lla-11:i111, I,ilIi1- l':lI:11'i11. AX"lh'l" M""'l"'5' .l1-f.1-11l1i111- 14l1:1I-1111, l1'r.111l1i1-Siss1111, NI:11'1:,i1- I'illl11:111, I-'Hl'Il'I'Il IIHXY: Zvll S111-xxvy, M1-Ix.1 Sluxxn-y, .X1jl:l II1i'1-1:11-1111 I'1-1-1-i1'.1, li--115 SilXw'l', Vi1'ui11i:1 1'11xi1-Il11, .XI1-x:l111l1-V. I.+11'1':11111- Stull. l,11ir .XI1'11l'11. ll:1l'l'l4-I +11-.1l 12115113 II-1l-I111- I1111-Ixlvy. L1-111511II:1I11-111-l, D11-ily !l:1111I:1II. H1--l1:11'1I li111111lz, I-Idxxin XI:1lI1vI15'. lP:1l1iw'1 ,I111111It:111'1l, '11l1111-IC.-111111ll..XIi1-1-.ll1x11-S:11'u1f11l,.X11- .l11.11qlll11. II1-11111111 I.-'IWW -I' "VS -l"1W"H. l7"'l"" -IHIII' 11.1 M111 .XI:1l1iI1, l.11l'11x l.11x'1-. XX'iIli:1111 Iiz111l1il1, .Xl1'. Nlwll, lllll .NI:1l'Ill1, 43111'Il11x1 llllullvi lYf'1I'll MIN- 'Vi' SIIIXV' A lI11ll1-5, Nll. 1111551-ll. I':1u1- I-'ifly-I'ix'1 Faculty I-Ielland, L. M. 1H'i4'lIl2IlinlI X 1, Il, ,Xt lx-mlnmw mltivmsll l'IllgliSll llhm hints- Ia-:lvhe-1"s l'+vllv1:'0 l'l1ix'a'l'silv nf' W' ' V ' 3 rnnlm.,-l.. l, N, 1.-Al. .X. 11-qu1vuI4-:IU , P- ,.. S.-I' ' '. .... Hexberg, jesse C. l'lll'IlIiSll'Y lmlualriwl W innu lllvl Hlalulx IIIIXUINIIX ul I lllltvlllll A I' ln'Ill'l'1ll S1-1' Huycke, Lorne 1.1-In-ml Sul: sm msllip, llllsillerw 'l'I'JliIliIl3l ll llllYn-l'Sl1N'1II 4 mllturlll-1 I' N M. A. .-nr.. l',S.V.-th-11--1'z1l SMH l':u:1- I"iI'l3 -MX A Linebarger, Peggy Html:-nt '1i4ffil't', :Iss izxtll Illllllt' Inmn Hluh Nhlm Jones, Margaret Sampson Slude-nl Hl'l'i4'n-, svvlw-I ll x Vissuliu Jllllifll' Vnlln-L11 l'il'4'SIl1l 1 10:4 jones, Ruth Hnvxlm-ss Ul'fi1-4-, sf-:'1'nI ux Lux Alun-lv-s Husim-ss tnll lIlIYc'l'SlIV nt fillllflb me-r Nr-hd I"I't'SIlU X VN Kling, Herbert W. llll I ul livm-rnl Shop uml llrzlxxm l'JIl'llt'Ill ry, Ilirls' Shu' D Sillllll H.1rlu:u':n Sluts--.X,I Hrs-:un Slut:--1lr:luI. NYU Spvvizxl So-zz in lmluslrrll his Knokey, Walter B. Iimalike-1-pirlu I, Il Stzlln- 1'nllvp.gn- wt' XYQIS hm lull H. .K,. M. A. XYnsh. Slulv Normal! Srhmul Stunt'm-1l-1h':ul1mt4- XX'm'k Leach, Edward E. l':llLZ'liSll Il Urn-ntli film- Girls' l'l1-1' 1 ion, Boys' Mixn-rl t'hm'u:s. . , . , l'niv1-rsit v nl' l'ilIll0l'llI2l-lr. A. IM. mul Yvi 1:k'lll'l'1l1 91-1' W1-st Mnnwu-r Vhf u mu 4 uh nl nl 1Hllllllllt'I'P Faculty McKeighan, Thomas F. Urie-nlzntimx, Fri-slunzul Mathu- mutivs, Offic-0, Attelldzuure l"I'l'NllU Stair--A. li., Gelwrul Scv. l'. S.4'.-Ad1nis.C1'e'-d., Gon. Sev. Slim-l'iv1l4-xlmlont Child NVvlf:11'c und Attcndanve McMillan, G. Ilunu- IN-vvlolnm-ui, lhmkluwp- Loomer, A. L. ing' I. Vrwatimml l+1n1.:lish 1, Husim-ss Trnixmimr 1 luwn Slain- Unull:-g.:'m--H. S. l'nivc-rsity of K'lllif17l'llill, Ilorlw- le-3'-Ch-11. Svv. ,Xl'lllSIl'0llH' NI!'1'h!llli1-ll Ill.ux1n-' I' ll lll I'1xpIm'zll f Su nln l5:1l'lm'll"l ghlft'-Illllll-4ll'Ifll P- V v v Arts 1't'l'lifiA'illl' Marshall, Charles N. lima' Vhysivznl Illmlxlvaltimn l'nix'vrsilV ul' lil'l'l.1llll l' S M. S. ' .,., Monosmith, Virginia C pzlish 1, ILS. History, Jour- IIHHSIII 1'. S. l'.-B. A. Journalism, M. A. History Moriarty, Margaret H1 mu- ":l'UIlllllliI'S 4l'lothin,gJ Snnlu H2ll'lHll'il-A. li, Spur-. Cru-rl. in Nunn: hlilkillg l':lgu l"i1'ly-sow-ll Freshmen I-'I1iS'1' Il11XX': 111-111-1111-1'11 1 1111'1'1-1"1 111111111 XX:11s1111. X111'111 111111111-11 111111- 111 11111111111 1.11111-11 I:111. X11111111 111I1111, N111'111:111 X I1111--1111 1'11--1-1' 1':1111-1'. 11 -1111-11N 11111111 511111, N11 11. 11. 11, X1'l1'1'Ih. A1i11'X'111 11'1'111 1'-111111'111I, 11111111111 1 I,1111111-y 1'111111- 1li1'11111. 11.11111'111 8111113 Ii:111111-1-11 1111111111111 1:1-1':1111i1111 4l'1i111h, I1'1':1111'1-s 131111'11z, X'1-1':1 311111111-rs, 151111111- Il11::11, 1111111111 1111111111111-7 .I11:11111:1 1ii11Q11111. 41':1'I1X1' 1:1111 ,1111111 V1111111-1', .l111111 ,X11-1'11111111:11. 1111.11 X11'1'l1111111--111, 1':JI11 X111--111-11 X'i1':11 I11111111111, 1,1-111:- 11111111-1' 1I1'111'1- XX111111 XX 1'11:1111-X X1-11111r'11, 1i:11111'1'1111- 111111s1111, N1:11'1 N1i11'1111. X11-1 1',11p1111'. 1111111 1'.11'11111.1, 1.111.11111111 Xl.11111111, ,I1-:111 N11-51211111 111 1' 11111-111-1111111111 11.l.11111- 11111111 X1:1x1111- 1,11111f 1-1' X1 11-1-111-1 XX :11'11-11. I111'1-11.1 N1-11 N11111115. .11-51111111111 1211111111 XX111111 1'1':1x11-13 1111111 1111111 Il1151111.:1,1l11111 1.1111114111 .L Qf1ELxx11l. - 111:111. 1',1'1-1111 1'II11i1l1I11-XX' 11i1'11:11'11 N11'1':11'111X. 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NI.11A111111 1111-X 11111111 111 XX 11I1:1111--. 121-11I:111 1'.111111'1-11. 1'I1111111- S111-1111,11'11. 11I1111,1 N1.11 111111 .Xu111-f1'1111I1111:111. 11111-1-1111 XX'111111,1L111111 .X1JIl'j' I.11111f1- 1'11111.1.I11l171 I,111.1, 1.111-1 1 11'111-11Y1111'1-I1 1111 X1111 41111"'11111 11111-1 X111 11111-1111, lI:11'1'1 1111111-. 111111111 113111 .XN1lXXl11'11l. XX'iI11.1111 111:1Iw. 'l'1-111 I'1-- linizzl, l"i1111111'l1111111-1111':1, I.:1x1111' 111-11111 11I11.1111111-111 .11,1111, X1:111 X1111-X X1s1:' 111' 1.11'11.11'11 1.11.11111, 1111 1X1'1l ,M .. 1,1 r 1, yvlpgyl' 151111 l,11111-- 111-11111-11, I.11111'11111, 1111x111 1'11l1- I-111-111, 11211111111 1.111 1'1111111111 11111111111 1111111 N 1111 11:1 .1111-11111-11.11 N1111'I1f. l111111N11111-X, X111111 Y111i111, I'111-.1-11 N:111:111 1..111 1. 1'11'111111 'l'1-1111111x1111, X11 1111111 'i11:11111, 1.11 I11111'1'I1i1-11111. 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Nlilllxw-ll Ilzlilm-y. liivll:l1'1l lr.-:lil-i--v llzlnlirvx, llllllllrl llrillinu, I-1.41. NXYZIV0, Von ll4IllHlll2lI. llilly .lim llsxrrif. .lllllllllv 'I'l1r:lslwr. lin Slu llvilnlnlu. livlvll-Kill l,Illl2Q', t':llx'in Ilmlsun. Viviv lll'lIll'1w, .lim llrim-N, liilly llllllw-lu, 1'l:11'n-llvv l'ul1:u .g,.,.1l.-, ,l,.x.4, Mullins, lmrullly llnt'l'ml-yl-r, Ill-gllrivv .Xulll-my l"l'I'Illllllll'Z, .Xlilll-ll lmxlx, lflwlllll Sxlnlww nlvllllll. ltllulil- .Il-:lu 5r'lSm'I'. I!zul'lv:u':u Alillllvlly, lqlillil lirm-fl linnulzlllzzl. Ilulu-rl Ill-yllllnw, l-Ing.-ln' Mx: I-,,I,,., ly.,-,,,..,, vXg11ilgg1'5l. nlliyl- lmstun, .Xlln-1-1:1 'I'4lf lllizns, Iizly l.:lll'1l, llyvlil- lll"Xlllw, l-flijlll llmlg. 1,.1l.,- lilluvlll- l'Viw1-. ll:l1'-llul lllilvll. l':luv l-'illy-llim Faculty De jonge, Harold Alu--lwzu I. lla-In-raxl Srl I Numa I-:url1:ll':I-.X. I-L l'. S. 1',-124-In-l':lI Suv. Double, Grace E. SIIZIIIIHII I, II, III . . 1 . 4 , NH "1'll1'r' l'l'1'4I I nu'-ranlx' .lt 1:1111 1111.1-A. I.. Dyer, Marlbelle I-,nulxslm I. I',xpIm':nlm'x' Q1 I. .XIII-lul:Illvv ll lllIIIl'I' 4'nIl1-ul--,X. Il ..t punish llvm-Vznl l':ll'Illb'IIl2lI'Y .lml .lunmr I lllll Elliott, Thelma liirls' I'hysi-'nl l':Illll'2Il mn I IlIXv'l'SIIY wt t:1Illrvlm.l-.X. I-. Iulve-Vsnly HI XXuslxlvlulnn-ll1':uI NYUVIQ hznulal HilI'lII!I'iI .ll'. l'wlIw-u4-- Wm-kslmp fm' XYUIIIUII l':I:n- Sixly Furstenfeld, Grace , -1. 1. Haggberg, Marvin .Kuhn 5lt'l'llJlIll4'S, I. II, III l'1'm-sun . 2 -- I .5. I .-N111-42 Serv. I Hall, Esther ing! I'le vm 'Mull X I' S111-4-. Swv. III Ilurnv Nlzultmn Halley, Margaret Iluma- I-Im'mml11ivs II-'4m4lSl I'.n'.I,,,X.-li. IZ. in Ilwmv Mu img .1- Snntau l:ill'IIJlI'Jl .Il', lmlla-1:4--.X.I ' 41 II1 llullle' Ii:-Inl1nll1im's ll-Hmmls, Ulu Il li Van Buren, Martha 814111111 Nurs:- 1 ' 111 1 '1 ' 1-4 ,,2..l-.: II11111 l11Il1,.,1 1AI11I111..1111-I. -X I111x11x1lx11l41I1I111111 I N I I1111l'1-1- I'11l1I11- II1-:1III1 Nurw- IIISIHIIII .luI111s1111 1'11II1-gc uf N111'n111:, I1..X, Walker, Norman J: - A ,. 1 '-5. 1' A ..- I'Il' I I I' '. - 2 'I' 'S 1 i1-s I, II. III l'11I11l':11l11 Stan ' . H ' ' t'11II1-gn'-Ii. A. Faculty White, Cyril L. Iiz1111I I, VII, fIl'l'IIt'SIl'1l I, II I"I'PNIIO Stntvfl-I. A., Spun Sm l'11iv1w1'sity ol' L'1IIIflII'IIIll-Gfilll Illlln' XVUVIQ Iv. S. l'. Wittman, Vera 'I'y11i11p:' I, II, S1111I111n1111'1- Chlss Allvisnl' l'IIIX'Q'I'SIIj' of l':1IIfnr11i:1-A.I S1:1111'111'1IfIXl. A. Waters, Margaret I-Z111.1'Ii::I1 I I'.S.1'. Il. .X.. AIMX. Wattenbarger, Ernest .X1.41'i1'11II111'1- III. IV I'11ix'1-rsity 111' t':1Iil'111'11I:1 4I1':11l11:1I1- NY111'k 111-111-1':1I S1-1',, S111-1-. S1-1'. i11 X111.1- 1i1111:1l .X:L1'i1'11lt111'11 Wignall, Ruby Sanborn Girls' I'I1ysic:1I 1C4IUL'1'llIOI'l I'0Il'lllI11l-II. A. I'IIlI'k'IlIOIII-ll. A. Sl:111fo1'4I Wolfson, Deane Girls' I'I1ysi1'a1I I-111111-11111111 I'l1ix'e-rsity of Ii1-rII:1111Ix- A. I.. U. C. I., A.SLj1'z11I11:1I1- work I':1p:1' Sixly-1111L Activities . . . Ffuummaii mmm sccmcwai 'WN IDA MARIE HILLMAN--- Typical member of the Student Body w ww v outstand ing in all ACTIVITIES she undertakes. Girls' Student League x Uxx I l-'lltS'l' lttrw ll.-lt-n Nielsen, lizttlit-Vine l,an1pt-, ltln Marie llillnialn, .lt-anne litltllt-nion. .lt-an l-Irwin. sl-1t'tvNll HHH' -lmnna law- Sturgeon. Shirley Mat- Montttul ltla Mari llillnian. prt-sitlt-nt Page Sixty-ft DUI' The tlirl's Student League is the female counterpart of the lloy's lfetlerationg its membership includes every girl enrolled at 'l'. ll, H. At monthly meetings. the girls gather to tliseuss past activities anti plan for future ones. The three high points of the year are the Variety Show in the fall. in collaboration with the l5oy's Federation, the f'lll'lNllll2lS llarrel Cam- paign, antl the ever-popular Backward Dance March ri, This year as usual. the squaws tlitl the asking antl the paying for thc latter event. while the lmraves. coyly charming. ancl oozing glamour at every pore, lmaslqerl in the warm sunlight of hunclretls of gleaming feminine smiles. In previous years, admission to the dance has been on a lmasis of male pountlage, or the color of the Retlskin scalp locks. 'l'his year. color ot' eyes was the tletermining factor. antl the Minnehahas whose tlates had hlue eyes hatl to tlig tleep, to the extent of 50 cents. Green eyes, hrown eyes, antl gray eyes were less expensive, lmeing 13. lt? antl Sift cents re- spectively. 'Fhese we1'e the outstanding features of a lmusy year. which also in- clutletl much important welfare work. unrler the almle tlirection of .lean lflrwin. Welfare Chairman. All monthly meetings were presitletl over hy ltla Marie Hillman. the capable antl hartl-working chief executive: antl a variety of gootl entertainment was supplietl lmy llonna l,ec Stur- geon, program chairman. Katherine l.ampe was custotlian ol' the cash. antl Helen Nielsen recorded the minutes. Other officers were Shirley Mae Montag, vice-president. antl .leanne litltllemon, social chairman, Mrs. VViltler is the advisor. Boys' Federation v--001191 X l"lliS'l' NNW: l-Zuni-nw Alzttliizis. Imuuy IM-lfov-, t'h:irl--s llottmuu, lzzirl l':irr. Sl-ZVHNIP NNW: liivhairrl tluvriu. lioht-rt l-'oxrlviy llvorgt- 'l'ho1u:is, IP:-:in Smith. llout-r l'utuum. 'Phu lloys' lf'vdvr:iIiou, lwsidtts rrvzitiug at lot ot' llome- Room widows wht-u thu i-utiro mzilo population gocs to its nwotiiigs out-0 zi mouth. is Lui organization for tht- mutual illdltlfii amd WCif2ll'C its iuvinlwrs, llvziclt-fl hy Presidunt llal llit-ksou. ziidvd amd zihetivd hy his trusty stziff. thc lloy's l"vdot'zitiou has c'zu'ri0d at full program through aiu zu-tivo yvzir. lu tho full "Thr llig Top," zi variety show prosontvd in roopvrzition with thv Girls Student l.e-ziguc. Look tho ' ill to ht spotlight. At Cliristmzis, hurrt-ls xrvrv plzired iu the hz filled with food zuid raiunetl goods wlurli wore lzuor distrihut Ihr lu-oily. 'l'hv iiZl1'iiNY2ll'fi llzinrv zit'l'ords tho hoys at rluiurc to hi trozitvd with ull thi- rourtesy und ronsidvrzitiou that thvy, in thvory ut lt-ost. usuzilly give thu girls. lloutiuv we-lfziru work, tht- liiSil'ilJLlli0ll of vlothiug und somo- timus glussvs to tho follows uvutliug ai littlo hc-lp, took up thi- rest 5 of the y0!ll'. 'Pho trusty stuff prvviously l'l'ivi'i'l'Cli to. is maulm- up ol' C'luu'lcs lloffmziu, vivo prvsidt-nt. llziu lit-Foo, sm-rtzu'y, ztud tho Vic-v presi- donts from tht- four rlzisscs. sid to ' President- Harold Dickson Pogo Sixty-five r us Staff Editor- And now, blushingly. we speak of the intrepid Argus staff, no- ble souls who labored unceasingly that your casual glance might rest with approval on this, the finished product .... in short, lets' talk about us. First, we speak of Betty l,ou Whiteside. commission- er of publications and editor of the Argus. and Virginia Monosmith. journalism advisor. who selected the staff. Mildred Busby was chosen assistant editor to help Betty Lou when necessary with ideas and odd jobs. and to write all copy for the book. with the exception of boy's sports. handled by Jack Na- pier, girl's sports, done by Jacqueline Jones, and the club section. with Connie Doerty and Betty .Io Stone in charge. Others on the staff were Don Chamberlain. who had charge of all photography and took almost all of the pictures. assisted hy Bill Evans and Mer- vin Fulton. Shirley Mae Montag ably handled the senior section: Billie l.ou Dunlap. classes: and Dorothy Petrasich, faculty. All art was done by Dorothy lchinaga and Allie Bargum. Ida Marie Hill- man was in charge of circulation, and advertising was handled by Wayne Trueblood, Dean Round. and Mavourneen Green. Function- ing as general handymen were Conway Pendleton and Andrea Bis- coner. .lust a word about the theme: in case you haven't guessed, it is based on a scrapbook. the purpose of which is to relay to the stu- dents and faculty and any others concerned with this year of high school, all outstanding events. activities, and memorable occasions. 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Byw., EM LY W I LLYA M S ..,..--N..-...M....N OMMX. ,.,,.,.,, DIR F2C'!'19ll.1 HY ROY K. STA V ffl '5c!w-ai" im, 2, 7942 4 YH A l!Al"l'l+IRS Ll xx orifvs' of thu-iv appvzxrznu-4' 3 Miss Gmze . x,.x W CilX'C!N'ii.Sh . Mrs. Xvragg , Y,x . Jimmy Nami . . b Beatrice Jasper Mrs. Arthur ,. Sir Charles Jasper Maurice Mullins 1 A YVOIYISD . L.X. .Q,., Timv: May 1, 3942, AFT 1.-WSIIS I3'. M ,. .L,LL .. .,. L..,., X,X.. ..,.,, .,.,,. x . , V GWEXITH COLLINS ,. m, . CLYDE EDVVARIJS EMMAJEAN COOK VERNON LONGLEE TiCNEl..LA LOVELADY IDA MARIE 1'1II,I,MAN , , JACK ufzosm JACK Nfwlxiza L, ARMIS'I'RE AMFJTJIAN SYN!!!-'SIS UF .-KFTION MIT II.Wrk'l."i' IIf,MIriflnwfiisztriy foihrwing. Scene: Stage of the Sit. James '!'hr::f1tz'v. 'I.mz4lm:, Iinglanri. MANAf5lfIMNNT ANI! !'lHNH'U'l"l0N S'l'.Xl+'F Pruducticm lVSzmzu.fm' ., . . V . A U . Imlosay Lou Whiwsxidc Publicity-1--Mida Mmrife liiilrmm, Ammffm fmwzqiizm, Vlydc Ed- wards, lbwiiwrt liimmuguifci. i Husincfas Mzmagsz' . . Hmty Jn Stone f'kfr10x's' Aid ,,.. ...x , . Miiuirmi lfizxfdmy Viz:-:N Mivism' ,, . Yb. , Luis 'Nmmpson ei Q 3135! S ? eg L Q 5 X N X 2 - 5 T'- . Vi ' ,, , X, gl fwf-Q' iiw' k 4 WS' "'Y"' A 1' ' X 0 X Dramatics Coach Roy K. Stave SICATlflll--'l'l1eresa I,oPresti, 'I'f-nella Imvelarly, Aligit- Homes, Kathryn Xdwms Virginia Uwe-ns 71-lma "dire : 1 ., 1 ., 1 STANIIING-IZwenith Collins. tleoluzu Hellman. 'I'oIny 'l'ylel'. Louise l'Illi4'lillHi. Irene Smith, l'1arl Anderson, 'l're-nabelle Ralnh. lirnniajt-an Nook, 4'l1arlene Brown, Jack Napier. 'Polly 'l'ylvr, liininztjvan Nook. Irene Smith, lfiarl Anderson, Angie Moines More Seventy Can you hear me in thc hack row? Gosh, what do I say next! Hey! You're cutting my lines ..... Take it easy with that grease paint: you're hurting me! .,.. Mr. Stave, do I have to wear lipstick? tmalel .... Mr. Stave, do I have to put all this gray in my hair? ffemalel . . . and so it goes with the dramatics depart m e n t. while coach Roy K. Stave hovers like a mother hen over his little brood of hudding geniuses. Plays are divide'l among several groups within the dra- matics class, student directors sel:ct- ed. and casts chosen. Rehearsals and interpretation are left to the discre- tion of the students and their direct- ors. With a minimum of hair-tearing on the part of Mr. Stave. with compara- tively few arguments, hurt feelings, and rlissension. and with no lack of enthusiasm and cooperation on the part of actors and directors, the dra- matics class has come through anoth- er year with increasing success. Standout production of the year. from the audience viewpoint. was the one-act play "There Shall He Light." A rally early in the year. featuring a skit in pantomime hy these amateur dramatists. was an acclaimed success. These are just a few of the many ac- tivities, some of which were the Christmas Program and entertain- ment for Open House. Plays have al- so heen given outside of school for various local organizations. ,I It " ' , 7 ' 1' ,- f., " ,z ' ,H - , V - -A is AL ' .ie A . z w' lu7'--. ' - 5 v fat, 44, Y ' d v-,A-' ' " . - 5 1 li' t 5. ...l .lt-:iiiiiv l"1l4lln-moii lriiiliv IH-l"oe Voiiliit- 'l'hv llru m llflajorcttes' , t-ostumvs this year turnetl towartl a wot- hit o' homiy f Sc-otlantl, aml the lmonny lassies in plaitl kilts and rt-tl jackets attracts-tl plain ty ot' attention at thu hcatl of the marching hantl. A set ol' twins. the Lathoms, atltlt-ml variety, Drum Maj orettes Yell Leaders This year saw the Yell Leaders and Drum Major- ettes all tlressecl up in new uniforms. to present a brave and Colorful front to the foes of 'l'.H.S. Cos- tumes of rccl velveteen, with gold-linetl skirts, en- hanced Tulare lli's traili- tion of having the best,- looking yell leaders in the votmty. This year's team of two girls ami a boy rates high in originality, too . . . both in presentation and creation of yells. 4 l 1 Mary l.otiisf' l-'l1in, Lllarjorit- Lulu- Irvin- I-ithom Xlfirilrii Xllt-ii. lililvm- l.alhom, Ile-rniiiia Papa- Stew-lily-ollc i lnnusxm WAR-wnoorf 5 - . DECEVMBER-Q12, 194l' gg Page Six Sports , he , omments By JACK NAPIER Suhlct to a Pitch-Hlttor Even though they lost their game last Saturday night, the Iledsltin batsketballers didn't look so had. The Sanger quin- tet st:-emod to shoot the pill and hit the basket with more ease than our local outfit. Belden warned his boys that the gnmo would be a tough one for lt ls a well known fart ln the valley that Sanger emphasizes this mid- wlnter sport and always pro- duces at bunch oftast. play' Sttuirc-'s ing athletes. ln the of the regular sports has had to tnkt- at tht: Buy hitting sport week has no accumulate the advance dope casaba the Tu- lare the Lind- , Coach game. men t as last yr-ur. t b I V ey may not he too. ' outstanding, Coach basketeers are always good players and should pro- vide a couple of hours of good entertainment. All of these- games being played before Christmas are known :ul practice games and the regular League play-off that-s not start until aitor the holidays. It the scores of the lot-nl qulnt are any Indica- tion of f .succes-is, the lstetlskins ' ' 50 to town this warg l-lvttn N ' t 4 the Tjnited ' 'Ryvar on .ln- Qring quite 2 studente Htzttt- f V putt. J ' K f . tl tt' y A sfliott , The ,. '. ltr K .' Q ttltt-Ln qu, with yo t' me ltrixt-nt' hzttl time xt ltlt hc-t.v.et:rt classes. Lt-t':i' hope the Japanese lnmtln-rs will never bomhard 'l'uIttrt- :to that we can still gn on with our Friday night LUIIIIVN. . 'Flo lgt-t little mln tlribble t there N , gl our spirit. ,gist place 5.2 ll game . Q , together nom you lil COllV?l'SQ' 0 no Kms l0PlA uttnstv totttam This evening the Redskins will renew their practice nea- son with the strong Lindsay team on tltei .al floor. This will he the . 'actice game of the ye ' Redskins and by t y should be ln go for the coming leag l . Making ' wing this year, :ty ' ' are the tour - Arektgtdix .lone Hg .nne ak- er. 1 A A N varsity thi ' A fgihutnley, P1 2 4 J coming f squad. , ti' Papotiise point man in the Sanger game and is im- proving steadily. And by the end of the season he should look like a real veteran. Newspapers Select. itll County Team The all county team chosen by all the major newspapers in Tulare county selected the fol- lowing team: ' N' who were half- hackg to, the War Whoop's selections, Arends should have, had Sanchez of V---f-7----- ,ff Delano's place and Hesse - ' ' should have had the spot given G A A SP0 . P. O'Nell, another Delano player. u o 0 i- fjkv -'--------'-'------- --By- . A Goldie Vande-rg 5QgL7fi'2l'?,EY:f ' if?-if'f4fls1'. 22' The 'next mixed play lf9'Q','.-Q. Hav? Ballquet be January 28 after sci? 5'.ij'4-,'mJ:,5: e first G. A. A,banquet of ........ 5 ,-,'5gqg,5r,.:f1:1 lyear will ,be held in the Bqyvling ended la -3gtjIjeg:Zif:g-- eteria from,f-,6 to 8 next Wed- vgjifh Mildred ygst ht nesday night, 'December IT. of the group with 3 i .3313 Q The cafeteria will be decorated of 153' N 'fl with a Christmas theme. Those who were right behind were Clarice Newman, Mary Williams. Verna Mae Gustafson and .lean Ton. t After . 'tmas vacation, speed K start-also ta- ble tenn " Basket, nd Wednes- day nic' ' 'ters so far are t' , To , frater- nity Q 0 to the land l X ersm 1' ton? Dot Inchlttngzt-Ita at e bones with the man off. . M . Jonny--nit' att.. Skele- pile plan sonic 6'XClll'SlllllS to climates. Comes the comes fun! .let-port-l. is this a Maybe at sports editor is important part of the staff, after all. GREYHOUND I Complete Lunch ct-nm nmns mtmnunomts ED HORN, Proprietor -tAN'C' The program will consist of composition by the dan-ce group u,ndep-3-he direction of Miss Xk'olfr'..' 'nd vocal and ixtstrtttnentl q, '-lc. Mildred , -vgce president Game Backfiresg Redskins Lose ' The heavier: went on the wurptnli with Sanger last week, b " looks a tllough they li an ad of ll'lYl!ll t-. l 0 ,, me scalp Alt I dtgn 25 ' ' X -A-s - X. ' Gd ti t " i te. el. . ' X -H 1 ex ? ' gj P ' t l' s f t 1: .. it - nm thelr first really hard earned, game by blitzkleglng thel Sanger B's .21-17. Hlttlng all Saturdayl evening t A r, the babes hung on margin arid, nosed the, " in the tht , and fourf, 'X :. Jensea oolnt with 1 gwas ml-- lowed bf I X tyvho vi up 5 tw' . ' The 1 l ' t followsg Salas a l forwardsf. Edwards, center: Moore amid Morris, guards. 1...........l...- . Golden T Club C Reorgamzes e Last Monday during home- room perlod the boys eligible for the Golden T Club were called together to organize and elect Officers. Jack Hesse was elected presl- of G.A.A.,i t Vkman of the banquetf' ? .X ' Before tiff? t a basket- ball ga ff, a picked team- ' we alumni team. 'lf , l Lam will be the guest iuet. Be 't f because there i t ise enter. tainmt-1 ' .ie will he 25 cents. 'i dent: Del Bloomquist, vlce- presldentg and Don Helland, secretary. Mr, Starr ls the ad- visor with exburg as as- sistant. ' Plans fo n were dis- cussed alo the future activities ers of the clnb plan ' twine. lu., Atvttttlx will be given to win- ' nt-rs in howlingf vollegvliall, and VL ltztszketliall, H . - who have stayed out Quallt Food of the following are in- tvtetwttiatt, votteymtt, T ' and dancing. ngglkl, 'glfias .S l 1 EAT AT l Shop K Street THE t GET YOUR SHOES A REPAIRED -Y - at the Shoe Shop BURKETT, Prop. .- ef 1 ulare Hardware Con TRACK-FOOTBALL-BASKI l I I A I I xx Q I K Ii A I 3,1 I K,:. -X.: .... l A fi, LI X K K KI II A Q ,I .4 I I A A AA Q? . i f M III Ii. i I I X,.' A V LI Beat lindsay y B y yy M, I I y y I . ' ' I ' "I 7 " . Game Tomte 3 ff If my - ' l I I I , I I IISAII I Xen we I I I - ...ze I II I I I II "A' TI ..,, I. I.- I I ,411 I . -I ,V0ll'm918 . 'rU1.ARr:,CAL1FoRNrA, Drzcmfi-rerun-i2,I'1o41 :I '.,WNumbg,4'13I Newspaper Staff Ready To uit . S. F. DELEGATES FTEND CONCLAVE ELD I t ELANO with I laying hos: to a Val W riot ofAC.S.F. a se I Q 'convention of e' or Wx l,Ig-was held last tu xx TII K I A I Il I y , for delegates I- 1 ygbchoolsecon- Ep , 1 ,um for a Ia, EJ I 8 il I ll Iwaml we F 'to VUIOHS Bins for sec 51918 discussions. IIB flvetopics were: Service ithe Community, Service ln It School, The Scholar Views Id Unhappy World, The holar Asks, "Is There any Iance for the Future?" andy te Scholar asks, "Is Llfe Iorth Living?" I Delegates from Tulare were Nygren, Pat Burton, Helen But- Dorothy Dunlap, Miss Noida lvlsor. lth and the treasurer gave I 'lef summary of the returns om the Junior Play. Y After deductions had ,hom ide from the total recel ts of P . the play cleared approxi' ' lately 8285. This is more le amount brought. in last rar. , W Mr. S eroom won Ie five x of candy. Illing 1 artlett sold 38: Cob. mmins, 92: Tuycke, le,-,863 Hall, 'z Har' Near! Conleyh roupy xl 38 tick- le so cke l W I Thi Il will Jldl , ' fig sold Ie 18 the lrls-1. W Th 'fo meeting was Italrrmerxtt 'hr' 5l!'1l'5'IEI'l0 COITIDGSQCI- Iartha Sturgeon, Lois Poole nd Verma Mae Gustafsonf IIIIQ two songs, "S,ummer4 I .. . .I I. ...,II. . Faculty Feled i at Turkey Dinner llel Speaker at the monthly fac- ulty meeting held" last Monday evening in the caIfeteriaI was Tex Rankin, headef the Ran' kln Air Academy. 'X le by Members of the Board of Edf ucarion and sl eial guests' pre, sent werexlsd II rs. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. .I rd,Mr. o, J. Rimm super Gzyggcnt of the agricult Nhlenl, and The f ' geveriing was t Q x Rankin who Il. 5 Iture of Aviation. I ' ,Ided thc work of Ig' 'flanics de- partment x g that the students I I school are making 'I 'Sid advance in the mechanical work at Ran- kin. He said that he thought this war would be a finale one and that in the peace that fol- lows, the airplane would come to be used as commonly as cars today. , y e Mr. El? , f X I Entertainment was furnlshe X y the "Ark ' ed b arxsas Traxel- el's" of freshmen boys. Long, and Joe played oq the and a har- monlcag Two was col- lected' e ee - -X Scribes on Weekly Publication Spend Busy Year in Covering Campus News Xlhllll flgllevul llllllglllll l'l'Ql'Ul IIIIII I'I'liI-f. llll' stuffs Iml' ilu llll l' XVII' Xxllllllll I'II'IsI- lIl'I ' IlII-IIIIIIH IlIII IIlIl liIIx"Il l'iIk I . - - I I. I I - - I - .. I. .I , x N I l rw , 1 . X IhI l I Smith IIIIII III IIII llllhl' t'lllll'lll'l'. llllll lIIII illi' III i lllllllfl Nll'illl :II NIIIIIlIIII' il llllllgillilxlv I 'IIII- 'I lllllltl "'II'I'II' II II hI lIIIII I hun Xl ll lIII Whiteside Heads , and Sqroll New to the ranks ,of clubs., organized this year in TUIBYGQT I-Il is ,theglnterraatiegal Hong orary' J0u.ina1iSw'I So'clI'ety.' "uname I' we Qmiinedg A QI. I elected: fcrrg ihe I -I ,jg when etghtistude I ' 'I-I byethe gmgggayiemy ' , I charter merxrberse M after, School wf I. fb- 'I Bettyiigr 4 ggiffy-will take, o I I, I!"rr'esi- dentw ,,' ,lan and I I X Y fgfwere Ielectea I 'Iasurf etyrespi Ie I 'in the. group I. Iey Mae. Montag, Milullllf III Busby, Jacki Napier, Don Chamberlin, andg Dick Baldridge, 'a member ofg me Iowa city High Schools Quill and Scroll. I Prospective mernliers were he discussed along with lnltiationa fees, and membership ments. 'rheclub has been Tlref show outstanding work in strlcted to only those w!IIo,.'I II I II I . I,-:II'h III Ihv llllll' fllllll'llll'lX Ill., sI:Il'lS. lf'I'IIIII llII- lIIIgiIIIIi IIf IlII- your' III IhI- l'iIIzIl son llll' I-IliIiIIII, IhI- slzIl'l' has III lam-II IIII llS Ix'III'l4l5' llI'l ul' lll'XYF, hzIIl ml l"IIll'illIIIg IlII- lIIIIgI'I'lI zIIIIlIi IIIIII IIl lll'llSlilIl SI'I'ilII-s. 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Il ll l II I II X 2llllll'l'!l'lll V I I , - IX 'I I' ll I- I I'I1I-IIIIIIIII. l :IlI'1I'III I.x'III'lI. lIIII'IIIlIx' l'I'II'IIsII'lI. lil I II'I-II lI'I'IIIlIlI-I' IIIYI-Ix'II IXl:IIx lll'lll, Nl2llll'llll' llzII'I'iS. llIIIIIIiI II1IlII'iIiuI', YIIIIIII ixlllllli IIIII llillfl llIIII':II'Il. PU! the Sournallsm. The membership ' table will be eaten from me swffs MBCIIBIIICS .of the school pq-' and the i yearbook and " limited to fifteen. - " If V y I f . with Dwight N g ily . ' Students Urged to Do -w e Q XS ?l35e3'amm"an' 'With President Roosevelvs Decmiatio I Ist Ja- Haggbey-S ggglast Monday, the :student body of Tgila I i School Mechanics Club ame fully axyare of the graverress of theg ,, - nn., I planning some Gathering rn. a general assembly to he i I Iris ap- future which at ta peat to Cengresaa pr ratritucle wassma e :lessee 1 in QI, e assurnedeeregulari I - 'x etof mlm :I Ifeussion Prove mares' 3- I A was held among its,-hit1Ig?5if01'. like did not They plan, through the participate, w - I f Ioyyeeo ' formulation oi a club, to vhllt hee- I IIre2uIIun0neI1ihe'!uSBr3i8-Nbfefance and :Imaam-ral schools, plants ami Hysfefiil? 5591 I I 113318119-'SSif9Ib9af'IlgithI'0mef'SeIIWh0Se factories. The purpose ls"that views Iorfo isp' entfrorri oureowrxge, tIisj1xp'to Tulare the 'reps Wm uamtl c rugn we Ii I IIII I I ieegnmerre are me . th ,h I ti na, I mme wh Imexflearr-JaNeQe,in,ourIechool. We d ,I l . X 01 Il I ce-er 'oe luf2l15fef3e'131e1fameIiCanI,"Gevefn' 211, T In' ' .I I ' le' D109 I I"Il 5 V I 'I ' I I I St Ir e 'M Qmfellei I IIIII' IIIII , tener wxllfwi 811011118 - ', . I B fm' lm I SIYOIIISQ ISVPI QQ fi' 5 II. ve Dliew --H' ml'ffi011HIQlFIf, eIIeIIIIe e!INfiIIfU1?.S2fYing ma' 'I III terlals. I. I 'II 9 :Ig Sfifrlli l I I Maura? r' fam? esiufeewerefrmfilte Shiilflf '-If-I re af-I IFS? 1 L Ia I Orchestra l I-'IIlS'l' HHH' Xllwlll- Il.-lllll-ll. .X1llllb'IIl' .Xltxlxxlly XYill:ll'll !l'4'll1', l'.Il llwlslll-ll. Slllrll-5 lmyxl-ll, .l:lll .l.l---lllfflll Klux- lhllllxill, fll.ll::al---I XX'llll1ll'fl. Itzll-I-:lrzl .Xlzlw .Xlll-ll, lhlllllil- lulln 4i.:xl':lm .lll:lllll.l l.:ll'lllll-l', I-'l-Nl.-l' l-llluulll-, 'I'xxll.l Illl--lxl--y. ll-lll lillm-lv, XX'illll:l lisllllxill. lilltll Nillzly, I.:ll'llll1-lg l':lll.l 4lll'4lIll'V. 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'I'ltt- list of :tt-tivititts of thc- Girl's Trio is it long otttt. sittvt- they ltztvc wztrhlt-tl att suvh st-ltool funvtions zts tht- lltttttl t'ottt'ttrt, Pltty llzty, Ilztnce Recital. Stu- tlt-nt llotly rztllies. untl Girl's Student League meetings. Also ztvtivt- otttsitlt- of st-nool. Verna. Mztrthzt. ztnrl Lois ltttw trillotl at ne-ztt t-zttlvnztt for the Rotary Club, Re- ltt-kztlt's. the lfzttlwt' atntl Son lkztnquet, and Atlult Week-litttl St-ltool. 'Flteit' musical ztltility ztnrl good looks ltztvtt tttzttltt thtttn one of the most IJOIJLIILII' groups of tltis kincl in Tttlztt'e's history. l':tut- St-N 1-lily-siX Verna Mae Gustafson Martha Sturgeon Lois Poole Thottgh just wt-ettttly orgttttizt-tl, tht- all-girl C'httt'tn Vhortts hats ht-on !'.-zt- ,Xl , tttretl in Girls l,Qzt5.:Ltt- ttrogrttttts zttttl V the Dztttt-0 recttztl. its wt-ll its ttt the llztttrl C'ont'ot't ztnrl att Open llottsv. 'l'heit' rottrlitiotts of ttottttlztt' hits zttttl , oltl tatvorttvs hztvv cttllocl forth cn- thttsiztstit- ztntl fztvorztltlc t-ottttnvttt from towttsttcople zttttl stttrlt-nts ztlilw. V Sotnetlting new ttnrlt-t' tht- Tulztrv A V V sun. the ttlozt of such at grotto of vovzt- fe ltcllt-s is the ltratittvhiltl of ittstt'uc'tor ltjtl ltoztclt. lie-vztttstt of its ttltrtt :ttttl too-too, the C'hztt'ttt Fhortts ttrottttstts to heroine at ttet'tnztnettt fvzttttrt- of the music' tit-ttztt'ttttottt. I-lf 'l'lu- rzilvmlzii' ni' ll1ipl'1l!'- aiiirrs for Ilia' Mixvci f'i1UI'llS during lhv past your goes mlm-lliiiig Iilw . Fmiiily Clirmis, Novomhcr I I3 i'hrislmzis Progrzim. D0- rviiiiwi- IS: Spring Czintzitu. "Holy City", April 21. Suv- vrail girls from Ihr Mixed Vliorus lizivu joiiiumi wlth 1 . im-iiiln-i's of tho l.irl's blue iii prvsviiliiig K' 1 ' - , grziiiis. Also zirtivo, but not pil-turml iwro. hzivv been Iliv Soluisls, llairvoy Dunn, lflzirl Pzlrr, llurutliy Munn, Maury Ibvlvlm-llo. Vernal M210 GllStllfNOI1, Lois l'owl0. Dol Mill-lim-II. :mil Iilsthvr Now- mam. Thr lluy's i'hurus. :xl- su not pirturm-mi lirrr, zip- przilw-ml in "Mig Top". thx- us- mrizntml siuilm-nts' program in Novi-mlwr. zinrl :it tha' plaiiiting of thv iiuliwruls ui Ilw vlzlss oi I2. Mixed Chorus Glee Club oi. Hoshlvs assisting in thc Spring Cziiiizitzi. All Vounty t'lmrus. amd both Uhrisl' mais lJ1'0gl'ZlINS I 0 gg ot li 0 r with nwmlmurs ut' ilu- Nuys Ulm- :mil Mixwl l'Iim'us. X x Qrzim :it tliv C' li r i s I i ai ii C'liurm-li, May 131 zliinl ill lim-- l'2li2llll'U21Il' Sm'rx'irv, Marv SH. In Ihr rvzulm ot' tho 1-tlwr wzivos. svvvinil iiic-inliws of tliv Clirl's Ulm' sung.: mm-r KTKK' Huy S. during Mu' sir XYvuk. 1'1l,Ll'l' SUX'l"IllY-SOYl'll i . if 3 I as 1, .up alw- wua ., 'Rig 1 SHIRLEY MAE MONTAG--- Exemplities the type of person without whose vitality, perserverance, originality, and pleasant personality, a club could not survive. Page Seventy-nine C. F. S. I IIKNI ILUXX: f'l1ll'IL'0 New- lllllll, I'JlI lIuiSkL-ll. I Il Iullvr. law-lvl: Mary Iele field, IZiIIi1- lmn Irunlup, Helen wrmxwh-I-, lmruthy Hullock. Sl'11'l1:XIl RUXV' ,X1'n1i5t1'c .hm-IJl.uu, Inn.-Ilny lvhma- pin. Mzlrjvun Nvgw- Jac- mn ': y jfwla- llzlnllwn-I I In-I 7. ,i qllvllnn- Jullvs, 4 lun I'e-lull Ann, Vat Burton, 1-ton M ' , a1- 'urol Sun- lHIl.I RUN. Ilmothy Hhm-lnnlu-r. Nunvy Nrxursc, ll NI vi Hill 1 H lil . il'4' ll H H, ll I mlm. .Invk Prose, N r 1 full 1 Il Illlllj I I Vhcnl :lin il 14-' l':ll1vl'Ii,gllL 4. Suk., rv:-5' Miss .Hull NAME OF ORG-f'NI7ATION California Scholarship Federation OFFICTTRS FOR IST AND 2ND SEl.T?Iq'STEflS: President. Marjean Bly-greg Vice President Pat Burton Secretary Billie Lou Dunlap Treasurer I Helen Crowder ADVICORS Miss Ruth Nold OTHTF? OFFICETIT OR OUTSTANDING LTEMBEYTS: Dorothy Bullock - Publicity Manager Arnistre Ametjian - Publicity Manager Jack Crose - Publicity Manager for Hobby Show OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9l+l-l9L,2 Made and sold programs for two football games Sponsored basketball rally Nine members attended conference in Delano Special dinner meeting for initiation of' new mem bers Future Farmers NAME OF ORGANIZATION Future Farmers of America OFFICERS FOR THE 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS: President Lonnie Lancaster Vice President Jack Hesse , Secretary Richard Newman Treasurer S , Robert Nagel ADVIS ORS Ernest Wattenbarger OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MEMBERS: Manuel Silveira - Committee Chairman Addrien Smith Clarence Ritchie- - President Greenhand Club Vice President Greenhand Club Gerald Larimer - Sec.-Treas. Greenhand Club Alvin Correia - Reporter Greenhand Club J. C. Lallar - Reporter F. F. A. OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9b,1-l9l+2 Father and Son Barbeque Defense Projects - Harvesting crops Thrift and Savings converted to Defense Bonds Club divided into Future Farmers and Greenhand Club Future Famer and Home Economic parties and dances Every boy in club two or more projects l"lRS'l' Row, lf-ft to right- 'Funy Silva, llelimlnro Guerre- ro, Marvin Ilulirren, Gerald Larimer, Kendal Ualdwell, Roy Mlnyard, Leo Curti, Ralph Ridennur, Lewis Ren- nett, Thomas Sheppard. SIGPUNU ROW-Hill Clements, ldinar Hero, John Mr-Cullough, Charles Newman, Norman Zall, .luhnny Xavier, Henry Cassidy, Roger Balmer, Alvin Unrreia, James Bair, Lonnie Lancaster, Guy Kirby, Harold Greaver, Unis- Franklin, Low- ell Tait, Salvador Rossotti, Ulayton Dorman, ll o W a r d Thomas, Dan Serafin. THIRD RUXV-Mr. Phristian, Manuel Gomes, Bob Davis, Louie Santos, Earl Mitchell, Ernest liowling, H. M. Baker, Robert Anderson, Uh arles Newsome, Richard McCarthy, Viruil Donnell, XVilliani Don- nell, Howard Hale, Billy Pax- ton, Ilerhert Hardin, Jack Ii:-hols, lluli Akins, Joe Lee Sluimrs. FOURTH RONV-Leon llur- ruuuh, .lne Smith, liilly Smith, Robert Harley, Adrien Smith, For-il Gist. Jlxnmy Frye, John Mlller, tlem'g'z- la-nmn, Robert Slayton, Frank li a r b e r e a, Hayes Moore, Frank alledron- 1-elli, .lark Martin, Eugene lllonrliead, Clarem-v Ritchie, lk-an Xl'haley, Billy Slayton, Harvey .loin-s, Mae' Smith, XV. 'l'. ldastvr, .lohn Menezes, Ed hllJl'l.L't'l'. lf'II"'l'll HOW -- Mr. Ernest Wattvnharge-r, Jimmy Dooley, liill linoh, llonwr Green, Har- uld llarpxis, llim-hard Fury, Joe llenevides, Lyle- Paxton, Man- nel Silveira, Tony lfrntuozo, llnh XYilliams, Robert NEIKGI, I.2lXK'l't'llK't' l':ug::i, .lack VVhis- nant. Anthony Vardoza, Loren Monro, Gurdon lialmvovk, G1-nl'p.:'e Thonius, Stove Ell- wards, J. U. l.aMar, lfluprene lhnniley, .lavk Hesse, Alhert Russo, Rim-liard Newman, Mr. Walker. Page Eighty-one Quill and Scroll I"IliS'l' IMAX'-Y Iflawlm " Nivl- svn, .Xrmistrv Ame-tji: Ho-tty Imu XYllih-siwle-. l'lill'll't' N.-uv un. Milalru-fl Ilushy. I-IVUNU IIUXY -.lan-k Nupi1-V. Miss Almlusmilh, l'T1-ily .IH 'I I X ' ' N om-, ln an .l:u1'u- llllllllilll. lmn Vlnuml-4-rliln. NAME OF ORGANIZATIONy Quill and Scroll OFFICERS FOR THF 1ST AND 2N'D SFMESTERS: preSi5enty Betty Lou Whiteside ty Vice President 55901-Stal-:J 'Armiistre Ametjianv Treasurer IC1arice Newman' ADVIQQRS Miss Virginia Monosmith OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MEMBEQS: Jack Napier' Shirley Mae Montagv Barbara Nielsen Ida Marie Hillman :Charter Members Betty Jo Stone Don Chamberlin' Mildred Busby' OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9l+l-l'9l+2 Tulare chapter of the international journalism honorary society. Newly organized by seven charter members. To promote an interest in journal'sm work carried on throughout the year in Tulare high school I':ngn- I-Iiglxty-Lux Paint and Patches nun II.-RYE OF' CFZANIILATION Paint and Patches OFFICERS FOR THE IST AND ZIID 'BET-IPLSTITSZ President Armistre Ametjian i Vice I'r1.'S'ZI.d ent yHarold Dickson Secretary Jack Napier Treesurer Jack Nagier ADVISOF33 Roy K. Stave y OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MEMBERS: liknnxajean Cook - Program Chairman Irene Smith - Cost me Mistress George Redmond - Production Manager OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9l+l-l9l+2 "The Mad Hatters" a three act play Several one-act plays Various social activities Members must be recommended by English teachers Must show acting ability to teacher Pass a nine weeks trial period FIIIWI' IUDXY: AIII1- l!:lI'u'l1l1l ll l 1 lrwwxlm-r, Imrutlxy Ilull- I. Ile-IU' Illlll IX'hi!4-si4I1- G1-nl'Lll' Ii!-IIHHIII. SICVUNII IIUXYZ l':lt Lylwll Zs,-Imax Aldridr-Ee. I'ul Burton XI ll .Xllm-H, .lux-Ii Napier I Qmilh, Arnmislrn- Amot IIIIRII IIUXV: IiIl'Il2lI'lI Smith ' I f- IVI .I1:l1'1h:l hll rg.: nu, I Iyv Imm- lmx llr. 'Stuvmn Milclrz-ml llu-4 I I' l IT ll 'I I 'I n v ue' y, I ' ' 'uv 5 IlIIXI1un. I I IIIy'IIIl'4't Star Club IIIiS'l' mm' III-I1-n lint- Ir Mull'-I S Mzlllrilu- II vis, I,:n N 1. Vlzu' N xv: I IINII Ii W V Milslrm--I X ml, AI i I nl I't'1I .Xluh-rslm In-tty Itilizurfli. Muxin XI I I II 1 II . ursewi, rin-I-ni 1 '11 I llutll lYl'ilIl4'l'Il4llt. NAME OF ORGANIZATION StarC1ub OFFICERS FOR IST AND QND SEMESTERS: President Clarice Newman Miss Thelma Elliott ADVIBORS FF OTHER O Laura Sousa Betty Biliardi Gwenith Collins Clarice Newman Maurine Harris Dorothy Ichinaga .-., V, ,.-v,-.R .., I - . I . o I ICERS OR OTT'I"5T!aIffDII.1 '.1-..J. Mildred Yost Mable Sousa Helen Butler Maxine Murdock Ruth Weatherholt Mildred Yost OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR IQLI-19b2 Four Intramural mixed playdays One interscholastic Q nine schoolsj mixed playday Pago I-Iip:I1Iy-ff II Lettermen's Club NAME OF ORGANIZATION Golden 'I' Club - Il I I "' "" ' OFFICERS FOR 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS: President Jack Hesse Viee President Elliert Bloomquisf Secretary Don Hefland Tr-easurerI Don Hefland ADVISORS Mr. Paul Starr - Mr. Jesse Hexberg OTHER OUTSTANDING OFFICERS OR MEMBERS: Several m mbers act as field police at football games Members help at the 20-30-Relays OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR 1941-1942 Members act as field police at all football games Also at annual 20-30 Relays Bouquet and Dance for Letterman Spring Quarter Members at all times aim to help increase school spirit and sportsmanlike conduct both on and off athletic fields Page liighty-five, Home Economics Club .'1'n-1 l4'lItS'I' HHH' Iluth lllupus, Y 'Ivo I'-is k', Ht is Hill-Q, ,., , HEI.. .X.Ei1i'i..LlW..'.T,,.,XVIII. NAML GF ORGANIZATION Home Economics Club nr li-nrvixu, i:1In-ril1-- . KZIIHS. Mary' l"l'l'lIlIll1ll'Z. Alviv l4ul'h:u, I Q'f41f','1f1'Q1"ffil'i,'Q1," Hmm OFFICERS IPOR isfr AND 2ND ESEIHTFSTTERSZ iupms WEN mmgmr msc 'President Esther Garcia - Olga Rossott 'Qf3.'f,','5,.'T'Qiiiyznf'"KHS.'J5l." '?3E1f.'.'li Vice President Edith Tait - Lucille Pittman iilfiiff.-i'!."" "IW "W" ' "' "" Secretary Kate Adams -Ivelma Serpa 'IZIIIHTPV mm' x1is54l-I-umy, TI'S8SL1I'9I' my JliI1eKRh08d6S - Elaine Kreider 35511ZT"v2.'.3f''RTM'?'f.',.-ii.'i','-gT,' fill? '.'f.','1Z2.Ri2i'.l73',1Tz1..fIEi'.'.',T21l'h,-'Qi'.'.'fifL ADVISCWS Miss Gladys Prunty Ill' . !'jI,iH,'f.i"',',i.'ff,1?D.,, a'.':iT.'.', '.i1:11tE:1i' OTHER orsicsfes cs oU'1'sT.4Nii1NG mr-ZBER5: ann, .lnmv lun-nwrxlrll-r, lulvn- ln' S . . 1' I '1',', le' .' 1 1 lin I1 lun II Ill x I ltx Qzlrnl, lh-ily I.n11 I's-llil, Imis 'st nl x X ll 1 ul ll Xuan 'I' 41 'I 'l ll'.i, 1 l'i H1-sllvlimli. Holly sale chairman - Lucille Pittman Candle light service chairman - Nova Stiles OUT5TANDIX3 ACTIVITIES FOR libl-l9b2 Football schedule pensil sale Sold holly to support club programs Christmas party with Future Farmers Red Cross Shop after school - made toys for evacuated children Gave five-dollars to Red Cross from sale of holly at Christmas Bakersfield and Fresno were each hostesses a a conclave, presented Practice House lmuf- liipxhtv-six t Junior Home Economics NAME OF ORGANIZATION Little Women's Club OFFICERS FOR THE 1ST AND ZND SEMESTERS: P1-egident Margaret Silva - Doris Thompson Vice President, Rosetta Jensen - Rosetta Jensen Secretary' Lorena Hatter - Marie Booker Treggurer Klma Johnson - Justine Paggi I ADVIQQR53 Miss Margaret Moriarty OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MENIBERS: Doris Olds - Publicity Chairman Louise Babcock - Point system chairman Dorothy Thomas - Children's Christmas Party chairman OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9Ltl-l9lt2 September 23, 1541 - get acquainted pact for all girls interested in h. E. Clubs Attended two conclaves Gave Christmas party Christmas party with Candle-light Service Halloween initiation Red Cross work for first graders of Lincoln School Future Farmers' Club Initiation party Football schedule pensil sale Chri stmas holly sale l"lllS'l' RUWI GQ-nelle Stewart, l.etha Hopkins, Marjorie Pitt- man. Shirley llivkey, Margaret Silva, Lillian Seqneira, Imr- ene Hatter, Rosetta Jensen, Mary lf:-rreira. SICVUNIJ RUNV: Jewell Bugg, Alive Gallegher, Billie Marie lilam-lt, Alive Hickman, Doris XVhitt-, Doris Thompson, Alma Johnson, Alive Marshall, Na- nmi Patterson, G e r a l d i n e 0'Keith. 'I'HlIill RUXV: lllrma Brown, Betty June llairfl, Dolores lflnus, Maxine Jarrett, Frankie Sissun. Justine l'am':,'i, Dorothy 'l'lmmas, Laverne Farrar, Ca- milla tlalleprher. l"tll'll'l'll RUXV: Miss Mar- garet Moriarty, Linda Lilly, lflnla Turner, Virginia Lee lflfl- warfls, Yir,u'inia tlarria, Geral- dine Malone:-, Margaret Gris- ham, la-uise I-'le-trher, Marie llonkar, Louise llalwnvk, Mary lflllen Grisham. Vagt- I-linrhly-st x e n Girl Reserves 1 I new'-31 I4'lIiS'I' HUW: IY:1111II:1 IIIIII, N11- II: ': Putin-11 'illl. :II 1' 1:1 1' :1 , KQl.ILe, 111.135,-H,e.,1ItI.l,l Il,,.l.l,LI, NAME QF 0Rf3AN17,AT10N G11-1 Reserve 11' 111111111 , ll lo- .11 1- f' ' Iam, Im1'111I1y IIi11IIm'k, Inns l'l1l'. VP: N1 ' ll SI:I'N11I, uJHwwTHM,EmHKmhml OFFICERS FOR THE 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS: f,:f:.:::::f President Wiatr' Ametdiw zz11'i:111..xiIII1'1-4I '.X11IIII-1'sn11,l3X1" Vice Presiaent Dgrgthy Ichj-D351 'slrv . I1 -I'i: 1, In rn 15' Y Ill:-llxilluuau, :E:1':I1l1-:'i11I- Russ. AI- Secretary' P9 Gladney lin- Il:11'4.:11n1, l'1sII1I-1' NI'w111:111. lm1'ulI1y S'I01'lHElliQ'I', N41 II I' 3' Treasurer aan Ton NIPIIVNU. I':1l XYIIIII- .Iwym K:1I1II-r. 1QQ:'M2gyEmgmyNHmgj IADVISORS Miss Esther Hall - Miss Grace Furstenfeld 'I 1- .14- .'1 '11 lsu Ith I NI1 1 I 1 IH-111'su11.I 1 1 H I'l'111 1 .1-101' 11 ll, Yvmnu, M:11'1Iv11 .XIIQ-11 XII I1 I 'wil thy I'I-I1'z1sic'I1. m'u1111 H11-ILT, i H "fi I' OTHER OFFICERS on OUTSTANDING MEMBERS His.-I-111-1', MI-1'I'1-III-s Nl'1I-I1:1lI Iivlty .l:I11I- Sylvvr. I"III'Ii'I'II HHW: AI1 I-2sII1 II:1II, Mary I'III -1 II11I I I -. Il ' lure-s I4rIm'11I11fl,lIh-tlg'lI44iIi:I::- Dorothy Petraslch - III, XI:11'g:11'1-I llI1II'-. .Ie-:1n 'I' II. ' ' Iwmmw smrm AnmnIlmvm- 511110 Lou Dunlap ' sun, I'111111i- I1 I -rlv Marv ' ' I.UIliNI' Filill. gsllllllll S Clarlce Shlrk - ' XV I Iiilllvj, 'Illl'l I"I-'I- II1:11111I- III 1II1111II1 ,:I'l11N41l, I., .'l.'. 1: . I':1:1- I'Iip1l1l5 -I-igllt Allie Bargum Winford Pearson Helen Butler Publicity Membership Chairman Worship Chairman Social Chairman Service Chairman Program Chairman OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9hl-l9h2 Host to Vally G. R. Conference, March 7-8, 1942 Fall tea for mothers and new members, October Contribution to Community Chest Mother-Daughter Banquet, May Recognition Ceremony, November Welfare Work Senior Hi If'IllS'l' RUXXI: Don Bock Num-. llllll Blow-l', .Invk I In sLr,n:,,1io11u'zly l'undl4-ton IJ 1 in - A ny 4- ww. NAME OR OR-,-ANIZATION Senior Hi Y Club 'ww' IRIN.: Jwnmlyxll I nv Q ruse-, . 4 1 Hula l'l 'll' ' 'I OFFICERS FOR THE 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS: H 11 MH9'S"1'w." President Don Stover I :sm 'rsxrp H. Vice President Conway Pendleton X 'RU,' IN lf, 'wb Secretary Aristotle Gavras I Treasurer 'Bob Phillips I ADVISORS H. H. De Jonge OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTAND Charles Hoffman Bob Houck David Stone Allan Richardson OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR Christmas Baskets Red Cross contributions Purchase of Defense Bond ING MEMBERS l9l+l-l9l+2 I I I I Freshman Hi-Y ST 1 ': IH ll HN lvl l I y lill 1.-,ll-mlson, Huh N t ri n " ll -1 nm 1- 'limnn Vox, K1-nm-Ill Imwll-x' Qlfjvnxlr NNW: .lm-lc lm.-1-lx Nl I lfrwl Ns-Wm" XX ll llll 1 I Xl Iuhn lmviflsml. Imam- . uris. ltrmw- 'zu wr, li Img. ll-.NU NAME OF oR1lnNIT1A'f'IoN Freshman Hi Y OFFICERS FOR THE 1ST AND 'END FETEIIQQSTERC President Fred Newman Vice President 5'a'P 5't1'i1'1f5Tl9-m Secretery Clinton Cox Treasurer Jack Doe:-ty ADVISOTZSW Herbert Kling OUTSTAN'lIl-I3 ACTIVITIES FOR lillll-19L,? Organized November 26, 1941 Participated at the Older Boys' Conference Installation Services Christmas Box Mexican Hi-Y I"lIlS'l' RHXV: ROI It llurlmiv lclui I.u1u,a I 1 I I NI 'tmuz. NAME OF ORGANIZATION Mexican Hi-Y ' 'R W Al bl l 'Nl ll V 'I - lr I Xl I , Alfrvd OFFICERS FOR 1ST AND 2ND SEMESTERS: KH5T ,qJTHgf President George Rodriguez - Arthur Mendias 51:3 I , W' ,,lfj:2QQf Vice Prosmont Louis Santos - Frank Martimez ""' ' I l ' Am-I ' M df - d C b lllllill R1 XVI RIF. uri eg 135 . e 8' e 0 ll I lu:-eudo Al- Treggurer Shmael Rosas - George Rodrignez J H" Il I .nam 11311533 I I -Xrt llll' ADVISORS Mr. N. E. Olson and Mr. Lorne Huyoke H I H Umm' OTHER OUTSTANDING OFFICERS OR MEMBERS: Sergeant of Arms - Daniel Rivera OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR 1941-1942 Played many basket ball games winning most of' them Mexican Youth Conference in Tulare Had important speakers at meetings Helped entertain the Victor Club Many picnics and parties Ihlqu Ninety-one Automechanics' Club I I IICWI' IUIXY I Il I right I' I I Ill Ile-nl'g'v Akv, Imiult I svn, liussoll Stun-I I I I'l1'l'1eIt .luhn N I r III-r:lII King 9 Ifm I N I Il H IN f- f- .Im-I I XYiII-1' Ili:-Ii Nlumislxizm Ilrnfw- .Imn-N, I I Iluu I If wr um in- 'HULL It I I II I X II II' I Immslzw Hill ll Illll , I I ' IIIIKI R4 XX IH1 Ilznklu-r Vu-rnnll I,m1g'I 4.1 I ll I I ll' IL In-ww Il I In-II lim-l':IllI U I 'al In . G1 2-ZUIIA SUII I n'l'!. 'I Imur:I'w Vupg Xl II LI p., I- Imgv Nm l tx lt' ll II I', . I' NAME OF' ORGANIZA'l'ION Auto Mechgnics Club OFFICERS FOR IST AND ZND SEMESTERS: Presid ent Dwight Jensen Vice President 510IfII'46111iSffiHI1 Secretgpy Russefl Stover Treggurer RUSSQII Stover QJIVISOPS Marvin Haggberg OTHER OFFICERS OR OUTSTANDING MEMBERS: A11 boys taking mechanics are members OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES FOR l9bl-l9L2 Trip through Rankin Snow trips Skating party '11 X 1 1 .3 ml K Nu 1 N 1 Ak I We 11 M' 11, iw .3 l'I111l of z11111tl1v1' clay . . lflciwallxls ill 1'011osu . . . jlllll. yum , . . 1111111 11111 Iillillfillg llllIl'llll,X' . . . 111111111 buy Rl liukot . . . lJl'l'l'Oliil1gI ll ft 1 1 ll 11 11 ll vlznssus . . . 11111 said . . . I':1m1- XIII I II11-11 111- 1-11 -llll 1-1- 1 211 ' '1 11,1111 , 1 X Q., 1 1 ' W 1 'K I N .hy 'Wk ' 6 'EW H1 W . Q J 'Y' 14' . 1 I f' lb X 45 I .H ff! 1 'I 1 2, Candids A go11dIo11ki11' 1woso11111 . . . ll 1110- 1110111 of 111cflit11li1111 . . . ll 1'c1111z111tic spot ..., out of the building wmciow .,.. 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PETER BEIDEN Football an li PAUL STARR Track Page Ninety-five Varsity Football Panorama t.. n 'Q In I if I , . FIRST HOU: left to right: Clinton Fox, Ilnlu-rt Ilray, Kvith lfvnns, Hob lhll- lips, Harold Arends, Charles llfllvlvlllllll, .lavk lla-ssl-. llarve-V .lout-s. Sl'It'tbNIl RUNY: Henry liramt-r, Frank liorgw-s, ln-an Smith, liayniond l'oolt', lill lx ins Jimmie Mt-Millin, liruee Jones, Johnnie Martin. .I. t'. l.aMar, Utto tloetlie Ulvde- l'I1lu'aVds. -I C ': 'llllltll lillll. l'lVIl'l1 Veta- lit-itlt-li, tif-nl'g'e l:ltlll'llllll'Z, l':tttl llulL:l't-ll. .XVI l4't'1'i- 1 is Iohnux lie nner, Milton Guinn. tit-orge Thomas, Marvin St-ott, ,lint Zum- walt. Javlt Allen. l,ilXVl'k'll1't' l'ap:gi, t'arl Young. Squad Handicapped But End l Season Still Fighting This season's edition of the Redskin Varsity had to start the year with the severe handicap of having but one veteran play- er, in addition to some of last season's Papoose squad. Coach lleiden and his staff, eomposed of t'oat-hes I'urc'ell, Schuyler. t'ummins. and lJe.longe, had to try to build up a close-knit team in a short time to play its first. and most formidable opponent., lfresno who wanted revenge for the tie game of the year before. They got it-250-0. Next on the list was Woodlake. who further upset the Tulare rooters by dumping their eleven 13-tl. Page Ninety-six The next Friday, Hanford nosed Tulare out 12-T. and they were on the Bulldogs goal line when the final gun Went off. Tulare then defeated Lindsay lit-ti. in the only win of the sea- son. Full of high hopes. they trekked over to Delano to repeat the same old story 19-7. Not so bad, however, considering Dela- no was tied for first. and the Redskins were down in the vi- einity of the cellar. Deciding that the league was getting too warm for comfort. the Redskins rode over to Exe- ter for a practice game-and eame bark with ti points. They had 28, though. After a short rest Tulare took on Visalia in a ding-dong battle that ended up 155-G-in their fav- or. Feeling a hit blue after Nov- ember ll. the Varsity got, squashed by l'orterville, the eo- ehamps, 232-0, The total? i5 to opponent's 153. Hut we don't talk about that. However. with all but four of the squad back next season, the prospect is bright. t'aptain .lark Hesse. in addi- tion to Lou Arends and Charley Hoffman. was given honorable mention for All-County honors. , if A " V, . ,1- Lx LE-Arends LT--Martin F --LaMar x I Y X 5 X ,gm C-B. Jones LH-Hesse le LG-Phillips lill' li, w 9 P V M, Wk A h I V '2C7 F I ' RE.-Edwards X 'Lf K h V R I 1' f H! , , , gi K4 if f v RG Thomas RT-Bray ,CT Q-Hoffman RH-Smith LT-Borges RH-Goethe n-.I-I 'nn An 1 ' 'Y M? A ax LH--Poole C-B. Evans LG-McMillan LG-Paggi RT--Freitas LT-Zumwalt Q' V I RG-K. Evans 1 ,J u three tackles in Visalia game, on end-aruuml. H. , Varsity Football l 5 Games Hesse, through Center in Lindsay A game, stopped for small gain. Bray, Mar- tin, Jones in background. fav-'Gianni ' 144. 1 g Q " -' aff " L ba' Q- A -- - Aremls lwought clown by limes in left fo1'eg1'ouncl, mm , Vuvl 1 ,,,.....4..,..m.,. A .,M.....,.w.....M.,l,.v.....,..a.......,...,.-........,..... l 4 9 i Young over center in . lamlsay A game. l uf ference Q l l xl 't' 'n ' , - 'a. --' " .,, l H ' Qlfii af 0 1 .- if -w - ' : X "U jf, K " MH A.Yn,-5450 J ,,,rgwi,,y. l f al -gL...p--rA!ELai5ul'TR't?L:W'!m M ,-- if V l':nee Nim-ty-nine Goethe running inter- Foot all LA- L - " f .- J '51 l4'lliS'I' RUN' livin- Furry. ll:-l'm:ln Morris, Ilivk Nitlzly, Mm' Smith, I-Iztrl Kit'l,:lilI. Wzullzivn- llurnairnl. Alzinuw-l Vaisqin-Z, Vivlur llruwne-ll. SICVUNIU HHH' llulv 'I'l1nmnsuli, ltllltvlll' Al2Ifill2lN, .Xlft-it ltiwlmzniwlsuii, Allisvlli lliint. l'1llil Nllzus, llll'1i II1tf'li4'm'lq, lit'l'lllilll lmtwz, llllllllltl lit-vii. -- -.- ,- 'l'lllltIl HtlXX'f-Vtmstaiiitiim l:2ll't'lIl, liyrtm .Xlll-n, 1.1511 Xlzttts. llznrry lmltt-. 4.n.ul.t- llxjn- Alzlrqtlo-Z. Jllllltvl' l,nI'l'1-sti ill-V 4lrit'l'is, 1 .M arm lluntlrl-tl Starting the season with grt-at proinise tht- 'l'ulurt- lktpouses took at ttnnhlc this ye-ur. ztncl rliti litilo lit-ttt-r thzin tl11-vzlrsity in piling up points. Coat-li Cummins. nnrlc-r Veto llc-icl0n's tlire-c-tion. stzlrte-tl thc- llt-vs out right with at ISHS win 0X't'l' Xvtlfllllilkix. hut thc nt-xt wtwk tht- llzinforcl tt-ann gum- tht-in zi sera-rv shock to tht- tune ol' an l l-tl sc-nrt-. The-y fart-ml no hotter at Linrlsuy, the- Furrlt-tit-S mitst-m'ii1g.: tht-m 113-T. On Ovtoher 27 the lmpooses were iust plain sliunkm-rl all lit-lzino. 21-0. Saint- thing ut Exeter, I-I-tl. Arinistice- Daly. lleiclenk protcgt-s tlirl their ht-st juli ul' tht- swi- son. sniothering the Visalia Voofloos. 12-ti. whivh ht-lpn-tl t-lt-:lr tht- uir consicleruhly. Hut in the lust ztffuii of the yt-zir our l'z1poust's hit the flirt when the l'orterville Culns humiliated them 342-ti. K . . . Outstanding this your were Ht-rtnun Morris ut tllllll'lUl'. Mut- Smith ut end. .Iunior l,oPrt-sti ut half, unrl Paul Siliili. tht- watch pocket guzirrl. who was vote-tl c'an1ituin mr thc- season, LE-Morris LT-Beck RT--Rolfe - 'mf LE--Smith LG-Hitchcock W LH--McClain 1-1 u rn .n RG-Hunt --Salas Q-Niday RH-Thompson LE-Curry "Farmer" Smith" running interference for McClain. . VfQ?!4s.?ya 23 if . LoPresti stops to pull up hls pants. LT-Griffin 'M-Q ww-,ws vi' AQ' RE-Mathias 'Hy LG-Marques ,T L-..,f' W ,, 1 . Q "- ,SW lg 1 'J v . :V f, -1 .Wav 5 ' 5 , K wk Ast 9. if Xf :A 4 fl L 'v IK C-Richardson --l.. - . -..,.- i fl t5'L.i 9 an 'ig .A -...,.,t. .H LoPresti kicks for an ex- tra point against the Vi- salia Voodoos. Smith barely snags the ball for a touchdown in Lig tweight Football Games Garcia broke away for an end-around that time for a good gain against Vi- salia. I I I 1 Visalia game. Thompson -lf' ',f"i coming up behind. l':1p:v Um- llumlrn-il 'l'hl'0c Mrlxft Varsity Basketball ' 1 1 1 . - 4 L i 5 -. 'I I A I l" I ll S 'I' R tl XY - Roflriquez. 1'l'e':ul0l', lla-Ssv. SICF4 UNI! lit HY--I.:u up.:e-, Rai l- ston, Hl'2lllll'l', Kazzwiun 'Fllllilw HHH' V- Voucli Mar- shall, ll. .leant-s, Ara-:ul 1 ip luln l.:iB1:lr, ll. .lone-s, llorls, Manager. l':ugc Uni- Ilundrn-fl lf: s 'z Slit-wcy. DUI' TULARE HI BASKETEERS GET TOUGH BREAKS IN A NOT TOO GOOD SEASON A By Jack Napier With Tulare Hi basketeers, as with the football squad this year, it was just the same old story. The Redskin casaba men began with high hopes, but they were soozi disappointed by illnesses and all the tough breaks that can hit a team, The hoopsters started out with tl practice schedule against the small schools of the county be- fore Christmas and were pretty successful. The team's hopes rose as they went through De- cember defeating C or c or an. Kingsburg, Woodlake. Strath- more, Orosi and Selma. After the holidays we played the first league game with Dela- no, and came home dazed from a 34-1-4 defeat. January 13, Porterville came to town and a pretty rough drag- out battle trampled us 24-13. The next day we were sur- prised when the Redskins took on Bakersfield Hi in a practice game, and came from behind in the last twenty seconds to win 24-19, piling up six points in the last half-minute. Against Dinuba, the Redskins seemed absolutely unable to of- fer any competition at all. get- ting walloped 33-10. Coach Marshall's p rot e g e s then just about beat Hanford, but got nosed out 11-SJ. The final game of the round with Visalia was one of those games you hear about. but don't often see. Rated the underdogs. we scalpefl the Pioneers 38-37 in an overtime period. The beginning game of the sec- ond round with Delano was not much different from the first. this time the score ended up 26- 21, Over at Porterville we again staged a near-brawl with the Panthers. and got the axe 26-14. Dinulra again took us easily 32-18, and Hanford came up with another tough one, and we were again nosed out by two points. 28-26. The grand finale was with the old enemy. Visalia, who swore revenge up and down with no ef- fect, as the covered wagons rolled back on three wheels. Score? 31-26. Captain this year was Guard .l. t'. LaMar who bore up under his responsibility well enough to have strength left over to make those six points in the Bakers- field game, LGQ-LalVlar F-Creador RF--Ralston RG-fB. Jones C-H. Jones F-Bramer LG-H6886 G-Lange 1 nf F--Rodriquez LF-Arends RF-Chumley Q1 G-Kazarian B Bas etball l"llIS'l' It 'Vlllltlil l':ng.4 tint- llunvlrt-tl tilt' lliw-wi-i', Hiirliiirtl. Szilzis. t'4ipl:iin Italy, .lvnst-ii. 4l't'tlYll lttrll? l'or1i'r, 'Ilionipmvii, tiiiffis. Smith. Nuhiy. Xloori-, HY l :ln ii IN lfull+-r Xl'itlii'w Vorx' liiirtl--1171 XY-ill' It 'I 1 41 ... ... . 1 ... H. 4 5. It's starting to sounrl olrl. hut 'l'ul:irt- Ji!! llzinfortl ltl Still lwt tis went the varsity, so wont tht- 101'- Pzlpooses. The Bees hzirl thrtrc Tl"UW 17 WSUHQ' 23 AW' 'WIS wins to Poinpurc with the Recl- skins two, somvtimes showing 'lqlml-Q. 27 Ivo,-tg.,-X-iillt ggi im. 'Vtilzirv 234 Delano Ill Ditto. pott-ntizilitivs hut not mum-h 4-lsv. pi'ovc-ine-nt'? Vozic-h Stzirr put ai fast te-:nn on TllllIl'l' itil llinnlm 20 We- low-tl the floor, hut they t'oulrln't set-in INS Kilim'- to nizikv tho hull go through thc 'l'nlz1rz- I5 llzinforfl 214 Wo dont liziskt-t zis easily as "t'other fel- lillk flllflllf thin lt-ref' Hut without fnrthvr sitio. 'l'ul:n't' i2 Yiszilizi 25 Or this. lit-1'v's tht- rwortl: .lnnmy Italy. that fzist litllv fol 'puiilrv 3' Delano 37 yghj n'zirrl zinrl high-point main. cup 'I-um,-L. gg pm-10,-Ville 15.1 Qu,-hy tziint-rl thc outfit for tho svtison 'I'tilzir0 lil llzikorsfieltl 252 Yipef WH43- Dwight -IONSGN. Villll S21 'Vulziro 25 Ilinuhu 20 Ah. better! iiln- WVK NUIUX- Milt' Slllillli illifi fl-Ulm.L, 21 Elm lgukclvxfiold 25 .linlniitx formcrl ihv First lfivv, ti Clow. thut. gootl little wnnlminzition. RG-Niday F-Salas C-Edwards F-Moore F --Porter F -Watts F--Bonalanza F-Thompson LG--Smith RF--Jensen LF-Ray i C . M ' ata 91, ' fit! UH ' J - , fr. H - . Y. . C Basket all Uaptain Lancaster, Vox, Brownell, Dawley, Drilling. Niday, Moss, Ni-wnmn. "um-li Leach. Page One llinulrerl Eight Now we open a brighter. fresher page in 1942 athletics at Tulare Hi when we come to the accomplishments of the Cee basketball squad. Their record in comparison to the others set is positively bril- liant. ln pre-league competition they defeated Corcoran. Woodlake, Lindsay, Strathmore and Fowler. Then came the league schedule. First was a lil-fi defeat from Delano. Not too good a start, but the peewees came back the next Friday to paste Porterville 22-10, and then take Visalia 22-11. ln the second round Delano again defeated our midgets 28-18. and Porter- ville topped it off with a 17-11 win. They came back in the final, however, to whitewash Visalia 18-10 for the second time in one sea- son, a most praiseworthy accomplishment. Coach Ed Leach did a commendable job with his hunch. and Captain Lonnie Lancaster, a four-year Cee player. ably led his quin- tet. F -Lancaster F un F C-Newman - G-Niday G.-Moss G--Downell EJ-,. Nw Nm r-w-an G-Brownell Drilling X Base all l"lIiS'l' lirlw--Alu-, Szllllus, Brownell, Younpr, llrowli. Sl-IVUNII l:llH'7'l'IY1lllS, 'l'orr+-z, Al't'lltlS. I,oI'resti, Moore. At the time of writing Lou Arends was leading the batting averages with .402, with Hoff- man. I,oPresti, Rodriquez, Salas, Phillips, Santos, IiaMar, Young, and Poole following up in that order. The good stuff about this in- tramural idea is that Tulare wins no matter. So things on this page are a bit, better. Page tint- Hundred 'Fen The local pill polishers had their hopes and plans for a championship team slapped into a cocked hat when the Tulare- Kings County League threw in- ter-scholastic competition over- board for the duration. Coach Pete lleiden divided up the squad into two nines, the Yanks and Dodgers, who started slam- ming each other around with gusto. Charley Hoffman vap- tained the Yanks, and Lou Arends the Dodgers. They inaugurated a series of intramural contests, and as this volume goes to press. the Yanks lead 13 games to 10. The series has been ding-dong, back and forth from the start. and free from pressure, the diamond droops have been enjoying them- selves immensely. IPIRST RUXV-Rodriquez, rlailbraith, Moore, lloffinan. Phillips, l'oole-. SIGUUNII litllt'-Jlgr. Rivera, lfaupriier, t'nvllar, llrillinpr, Salas. g Baseball Arends tries to put that 3rd strike on Rodriquez , ii ni' Troy Hurte catching for Arends N '. fV '12i - i i 1 N 1 iyrig .' " ' fini:-wg Poole's eagle eye, after Eikjttk that pop fly ' ' V' ' ' lfvgffgf f . -. ., , tie 8. , gf 4,jg1.?'v ,: "3. - xk i ff' 1 .. sf -H f, 5 Q'-is -K ' ' A ' 112'-'f" H ': 'V - " if 7"f'L If -i f ,Q - f Vi Y ,. That mitt's much too big, Rodriquez! Young bats Salas in Page One llundri-il lih-x'--n Basebal W Can't you find the ball, LoPresti? Arends winds up one of those "screwba11s', ! Hoffman and that deter- mined lookg must have gone Beiden shows 'em how over the bleachers it's done Page One Hundred Twelve A Trac Orphaned lay the dropping oi' inter-scholastic: sports, the "A" spike men have divided their squad in half, with Hank llra- mcr and .lohnny lienner as cap- tains for tho two varsity teams. Several good men are develop- ing, lienncr in the dashes, .len- sen and Torres in the distance runs. ilramcr, the hurdle and high jump king. and Rosas in the shot. .lack Allen, the lfrosh wonder, slings the discus. i4'lliS'l' IUPXK' Wurr--n. Hraim-r, f-nner. Jensen. Lil4It'UNIi IIUXY Blzitln-ny, Rosas, Xlltn, Kazzirian, Smith. Vllllilb IUHK' 'l'1xl'l'1-S, Vury, Unli- vovk. I.an:4t-. Zunmwnlt. llalston. C Track Vlaude Moss and .lack Bogo- shian head. as eaptains. thc two eonipeting C' teams that burn up thc- trac-k when they vie-ar off the A's and ll's. These teams. main- ly freshmen. have all that dewey- eyed enthusiasm so commend- aliiv in frosh. Several of these pee-wees show promise oi' future greatness when they arise to the lofty es- tate of Seniordom, Mt-Cullougli in the T5 and 120 yard dash. Simpson in the low hurdles, and llrown, Luke. Findlvy. Newman and Moss in the field events are the usual winners in their re- spot-live events. l"IllS'I' IMAX' lvonn--ll, Wallin-r, Ilo- gosliian. Moss. Laing--, Iipln-r. Slut Hkli luvlt Ninpsun. Nlvl nl- Iolluh, Ilznxxlt-y, l'iiIllHl'X. 'I'lllllIt Huw l,ippint-ott, N4'NYlllHll, lulw Ilornmn it-, .. Page Une Ilundred Thirtt-en Track Jensen and Bramer battle it out for first Parr gets 19 feet 6 inches out of that one Freshman Flash Allen with shot and face to match Bob Thompson the winnah! Warren tries to make S feet 4 inches Start of that famous Young 880 Page Uno llunflrr-rl I-'ourteon Track MJF' F' : I Y hh r X f Q' -' I " , They're just daydreaming " h 2 in V N N ' u T W ' :.6 j'15. -f i w b sq. 3, ' " Ti - 9 ' ,hw W X f I at iv ' 'E thy ,Gym lg, Q if 3 It, .if x J On your mark, boys! ,,,w"' ......-. -. , s x Get set .... go ! Q 3 -, 1, ,.. ...nfl ' Which is which ? A ff- ew. ' 4 Jw M il , N . an K in , I -,,,....-f""' V- r ,,.fs ,fs aM-kwa-A-we-Q 1 Y I A iq uhws-ul-:dh s I, .Fi R W f , 4' h M, N' ' B ,. A, L. N , . . I y hh Don't drop those batons, fellers! Over the top! Page Oni- Hunrlved l"iff.0':ll D President- Helen Butler 'l'ht- Girls' .-Xtlilctim' Assm-izitioii is to thc 11-mi- llllltt lltlllllllllltlll ut' 'l', ll. S, us tho hoys' zitlilvtit' progi':iiii is to tht- iiiztsvtilim- mttmhcrs. Awzirclv ing ul' lvttm-rs. vlicvi'ohs. stursfuml to svveiuil i'ui'u imlivitltianls thc ultimutc gold IJlll?ill'C tht' highlights of G. A. A. zlhtl its 1-vt-t' workihgz, votin- vll, Huzulvml hy puppy and t'll0l',LIL'llL' Ilvlc-ii llutlci' :mtl zxhly zitlviswl hy Miss Elliott. thu orguiiizzi- tinh zigziih rung the hell fm' ti stu'c'c'ssft1l se-usrm. lii11mi'ox't-iiiviits wt-rv mzulo in thc utter sc-howl sports pi'og.:i'uiii amd c-olorful hzihquots wore hum- orous during the- various se-zisuns. Offl4'i'l'S clewt- 4-.l tht- laittc-i' hurt ot' thc- ltllll-ll fisvzil ycfzli' wtwc Milrliw-nl Yost. x'ic-Q-pix-siclt-lit, zihtl llurotliy Mit- vhvll. Sl't'l'l'llll'X-ll'02lSlll'0l'. Svrving on the' coun- cil wt-t'o Glvctlzi Shlrli. Mzihlv Souza. .lzwqtlclino .hmm-s, lbmmu l.c-0 SlLll'LI00ll. Connie Wit-ks. ,lczniihu ldflfllr-imm. llorothy lc-liimlgu, Ve-lmzt litlHliL'l'. M:ii'jm'it- Hzimpsmm. l'lztt'ic'v Shirli. llvv- vrly .i4lilllSOll. llilliv llulzium. :mtl Kutlicrim- lmiipc. Thi- 1-vt-1' pupiilui' play cluys wore hiairlv cvcn lll0l't' so with tht- initiutioh of it Il0VL'l folk cluiico tl-stivztl. .siiiitmiig thv svliouls ztttc-mling' from the Ctllllllf' XX'tll'l' Viszlliu. Lihrlsuy, Ilunfmrl :mtl Exe- ll'l'. ,X llliXt'll plziycluy was also hvlcl. mtivh to tht' szltistzu-tloii of thustf IIIVUIVUKI. Talking high limicws with tht' pwsoiitzttioli of thv golcl GM-X..-X, pins wow llvlch llutlci' :tml C'lzll'lt'v NUWlllilll. who were- hoth flewiclccl zissvts to thc owlziliizzitioii. i'il.i1' Um' Ililmlrm-4lSixt1-cti Girls' At letic Association Secretary- Dorothy Mitchell 4- 45 X l1"':w Vice-President Mildred Yost tl ' ...ov W "'Q1. Baseball- Connie Wicks ffitiffn 3 Swimming- Donna Lee Sturgeon Managers Throwing a monkey wrench into the latter sport seasons, as it did to most of the student activities, the war and its various result- ing complications canceled the high hopes and ambitions of the swimming manager particularly. As late buses were banned, sev- eral other sports suffered slightly including badminton. baseball, speedball, hockey, and golf. Introduced in place of swimming was the currently popular pastime, bicycling. Jacqueline Jones planned the schedule assisted by former swimming manager, Donna Lee Sturgeon. Due to the early Argus deadline, baseball, badminton, and bicy- cling got under way too late to take their designated and usual place in this year's annual. Instead, we present their respective mana- gers, Connie Wicks. Katherine Lampe, and .Iones and Sturgeon. We can say, however, that at copy deadline these sports, with the exception of bicycling, promised to draw keen competition be- tween the four classes. Bicycling was instituted for the sole purpose of promoting good fellowship and enjoying the beauties of thc great out-of-doors. Badminton- Katherine Lampe Bicycling- Jacqueline jones Page One llundrer' Sm-clult--in Basketball Manager- TOSS Up! Gleeda Shirk It Flies Through the Air .... C L- - A Catch in Mid-Air! 1 1. u Hundred Eighteen Bowling Bowling Team- Mildri-41 Yost, Ne-rnn Maw Gilstallknli. .la-:ln Ton, Mzuy Irons- XYilli:nms. Basketball 2 n 3 . Picked Basketball Team- lie-ttv .ln M01-'adds-n, Connie Imerty. Mary 'l'urm-r. Mildred Yost, Velma Hooker, Mari' Int-ss. Basketball Winning Basketball Team Helen Mm-Ne-nly, Mnttiv Smith, Annu Del Vlznrk, Mary Iness. Page Une lluudrcrl Nineteen slttmlul Hockey t i Manager and Go Dorothy Ichinaga tiW----Vtfiiitw llai'tling', llt-Q-dy tlomt-s, Aliltlrt-tl Yost, Laura Sousa, lf I Under the able inanageniont of club slinger Dorothy lvhina- ga, the hockey season resulted in many bruised shins. liut novor- theless, to these Amazon wood- choppers, this invant a very sur- Cessful season. The winning team is pit-ture-tl at tht- loft. Ambitious golfers worlit-tl llll- der Manager lit-vcrly .lohnson with Mr. Mcliciglian giving the instructions. An onthusiastit' turnout as the snapshots show could he found on the turf t-vt-ry night after school during tht- soa- son. IUW f.XuL:it- tlonitts. Maxine- Alurtlot-lt, lit-tty Lou Alartin, Hilda li- Xnti-ilit-Ito Hot-lla. 1,1-uoro llot't'man, Alive lit-- Vniiip, lit-tty Nitlay, He-tty Lou N .l:irtiu. SICVUNIY li4lXY- .Kun Young, Saniniy Nut- Hailt-y, Arta Al- t-xaurlt-i', Iiurullty XYolil+, Hai'- lmra Mat- .Xlll'Il. lf'lliS'l' IIHW -- Mullin- Sousa, lit-lt-in Hutlt-V, llvlltvyw- Hoff- man, ,Xlioo Il:-t'amp, lh-tty Ni- dag. SICVHNIJ lUlXYf-.lolin Forum-t', lion Niday, .Xutlrt-y tlullt-X. Ibul'nilly Wt-lily. liarlvara Mut- .llle-n. llc-tty l.ou Martin. 'Vllllilv llttll' --- Saniniy Sut- Hailvy. Hrutw- .lout-s, Ann Younu, Aria .Xlt-xamlt-V. Manager- Beverly johnson Page Ono Hnnclrnd "Fw:-litv l"IliS'l' NNW f Malilo Sousa, Eli-lt-n liutlt-r. Audrvy Gullvy, in? 4 i. 1 Speed all l'lliS'l' IUIXY --I1111'o1l1y Nlitvln-ll, llvle-11 l411tl1-1'. liill'lb2ll'2l Mat- zxllvll, Xl2il'llj'll His! lg11sy Vit-I11-ry, lfistln-1' N1-11'111a11, llelores S1-xrartl, Alive 12111111-s, Blilclre-cl Atulersoli. 'slfj1'11Nl1 litbw--Alzxxiiw Xllll'IltH'li, lborotl1y l'1-t1'asivl1, l'hoe-luv lt'l'llll2lLYil, Jxllll tlllllllj, l1t'lllll't' ll:-t't'111a11. Plot' 5ll'l7lll'lS. Sainniy S111- Hailey, A11gie Gonn-s. Gilda Ho 1 tvlllll X 11:1-s, ' 't' X 'i1'liS. P Vllllili lit W: lie-tty I.o11 Martin, .Xmlrey 1111111-y, Mary Iness, Roberta Yo1111s.'. Nlalmle- Sousa, Miltlretl Hailey. lflve-ly11 Rll4'lll,L1'RlIl, llelorvs Hro11'11i111.:', lrt-nv I,:1:411i11a, Mary 'l'lll'll!'l'. l!l'l'lllt'l' lllbll1'li, l'l1il:1111i11a 3lt'll4lh'N. Volleyball Manager- Clarice Shirk Outstanding Bowler- Clarice Newman Winning Volleyball Team- 15 Z Q.- 'am ,Aim l"lliS'l' HHH' Yoshiko Izumi, l'at Vi1'l1e-ry, Yarit-ko K:1ts11il1i. SI-It'1INl1 RHXY--Al:11'1 l-Ill:-11 4l1'isl1:1n1. YQ-lmgi lioolu-1'. Mary 'l'lll'llt'l', llnl.-11 l llllt'l'. Bowling lfrosh en masse turned out for the speetlhall season anfl. sup- ported hy the ll p p e r 0 l a s s m e n, workerl out a very successful sea- son under the management of .Jeanne Erlrilemon. Volleyball also saw many nights of heavy competi- tion with the winning team here- with presentetl. Billie I3 a l aa m served as manager. Clarice Shirk handled the pin-downers. which proved to be a record howling sea- son. 'lwillllllllltifl sc-ores proved Clar- ice Newman was high hall slinger. l'.1g'a- H1111 il11111l1'+-tl 'l'111-izty-om: Tennis no -aus-uf ,Q 'i . NI was l M. av 52:1 WN A L V, i lp .l 1 M, y ,rl V 0.4: N ,Jr Y? ' I.. A' 1 1 I f I"ll'N'I' IUINY-f Mzllvlv Sousa, Yl'l'lI.! Mm- llllslzxfsvm. I1e-:1Il'im- 4:llllIll. Manggef- Sl'Il'nrNIl IIHNK'fHplus-liz: liusuulrtll. Ill-V1-thy Slum-mask--V, Alnrilyn .Xllv-lu. Nam-5 Nfvllrsv. Velma Booker A The not swislwrs' season. lllllitllljlll l1z1lxrliu1ppl-ml hy il small tuvnoul. m-ve-1'tlwlc-ss gun' lllilllllgbl' VX'll1lll Iloulwr plenty ol' L-xr-12 visc-. A ne-xx' fL'illlll'0 in the gym 1-lzxssvs this yvzu' was Ihr- inaulgllrzl- lion Uflll1llYlllllZ1l lllSll'lll'Il0ll fortennislwr-ginlu-1's. f'HllllJl'IlllHIl was Practice Makes Perfect. Pet Table Tennis lknk. Hin- Ilumlx'---I 'I'xm-l1l5-lun kr-vu among the lable lonnis vntlunsiusts, .Xl'It'l' il lol ot' grulclling :xml fl'l'YL'llI pingepmmg slashing. Mary liussc-Il illlil Palllim- Sparks wow- 2llll1Ulllll"'il Ivy lllilllllgvl' Al2ll'jUl'lP llampsfm as In-ing :nl Ihv mp ot' ilu- lzulrlvr. ,-1" Table Tennis Champs- Mary Russell, Manager- Pauline Sparks Marjorie Hampson Manager- Mable Sousa Tumbling - - - Dancing Combining tumbling with croutivc rl'ztm'ing, Mulmlo Sousa. ITIZIIIZIQCIZ recortleti n mort- them S2lIlSf2lt'tUl'-V mtor- ost in the sports SL'2lSOI1.S first ut-ttvity. Our lmllotogrtlplwut' c-aught tht- futurt- lrzlllvt tlilllt'UI'S us thoy were lJI'Ogl'CSSil'lg through rigid routim-s, Also pivturcrl ztro sovclul groups whivh mlrlt-ti to tho gout-rul utmosplloro t-walter! ut this f'C2ll"S zumuul vzlrit-ly show. Tho group compost-tl tlwir own alum-us :mtl wort- mlvfi- nitoly om' of tho mzlin uttmt-tions ut thc Uilllt't' Iiovitzxl whit-lm wus SL1CL'0SSf'llllIY Prosclmte-tl umlor tho uuspiros ol' tho entiro physical UllLlC'llli0l1 4lopz11'tmont. I Vugt- one Humlr--tl 'I'u--uty-thr4-4- Qiulv ' C A, 4- wa f mm 1. HELEN NIELSEN-H With her twin sister Barbara, adds a touch of spice to the daily grind, as do the various departments through- out the school year. Ihluv 4 Science Y ,aff Physics- Mr. Bartlett and Bill Evans Chemistry- Dan DeFoe, Mr. Hexberg The variety of odors. experi- ment-spattered notebooks. and general preoccupied air of the students of chemistry attest the fact that this department. is an active one. Despite the deroga- tory remarks of passershy who chance to get a whiff of amnio- nia or rotten-egg gas, the chemis- try novices take their work quite Ahherations. lenses. light, den- sity. electricity .... on and on goes the list of physical pheno- mena studied in Thomas .l. Hart- lett's physics departnient. To the ignorant, the array of scales. measures. batteries. amplifiers, speetroscopes. and other confus- ing gadgets that confront one upon entering A-l. present an unsolvahle problem: hut the stu- dents seem to know what they are all ahout. and work with them with casual unconcern. seriously-with a few except- ions. Explosions and accidents are few, for instructor .lesse llexherg manages to instill the virtues of caution into all his pu- pils. l Physics- An experiment mit--lliiiitirt-tl 'l'wenty-six Chemistry- Shirley Smith, Dick Nlday Instrumental Music J it i sg. it igjft X Sig h QWNW A . Nercs fiddle while- Maestro White conducts Art 'l'hv Art vlztss, unclm' the cli- Pvt-tion of Miss ifllizubvth Cobb, p1'tlclut'ing signs by that fiom-ns . . . painting scenery A . , skt-tt-lung c-zunpus st-vncs. ln vvicit'l1t't' t-vvi'yxvli01'0. you liatvv st-1-n lillllll att unc timv tn' ztiiotliw. VVh0n any group wzints stunt- zirtistiv work dont' wull . . . soo Miss Cobb atlmut it, 'l'ht- ill't t-luss will do lhall . , . zuicl tho work is cttmu with quivt t-fl'it'i0iit'y. 'Vu tht-sv pztilit-tlzttilit-tl Mich- ttvlztligt-Itms shoultl go all tho t'l't-:lit lhvy tlf's0i'vv. To the listeners in Bungalow Lune, it set-ms impossible that the squuwks and shrieks issuing from the Raimi building could ever develop into anything hut at fatal t-use of sonic i'l0l'I'lilil' inu- lttdy. But Home wusn't built in u tiuy, und untioi' the guiding hztntl of Cyril White these novives will one clay grzitluaitc to the rztnks of Atlvztnc-od Hunt! or Oi'c'li0st1'u. In tho meuntimo, tfzu'i'y on! Members of the Art class pause to smile for the birdie while painting costumes for the dance recital l'zi.g0 Uni- Hunrlre-rl 'Fxroiity-sq-xw-11 Busy little office practicers Flivlu-ty-c'lzu-'lt, c-lic-kvl-v'r'Ia1c'k--oh rlznrnf- C'illl.I n'1'z1si'eK'l'z1sl1f--Uh wvll. l IIUYCI' Iikwl that Ij'lll'XYl'fll'I' ZIIIAYXVIIAN '..., 111111 so runs an tiny in Ilw life of f'I12ll'fil' K'o1mnv1'c'iz1l or Susie SQ'i'I'i'I2ll'i2lf. These Ixus-V z1pln'vntim'0s to the worlrl of Imusim-ss spa-ml their time lczlrliing ot't'ic'n- roulim-, typing Ivllm-rs and forms. mi- lm-ogmpliizig, zlml various zmrl sundry other jobs. The ut'f'im'v p1'zuc'ti4'v vlzlssvs get 4-xpc-1'ie-live :ls 1'i1,:l1I-lizmfl men for In-zxvlu-1's. running.: vi'- mmls. typing tc-sts, :mel doing orlrl-jobs. 'Vlwil' grzulvs :mf Imam-fl on the I'l'i'0lNI1N'lNfillH1118 of tlu-11' Ivm-In-1'-vlimployvrs. f 4 1 I i I n i um' llululiw-4! 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'11111 l'2ll'lJl'l111'.Y 1-11155, 1111 11111 11111111' 11111111, s11111'11111x11s 111 11111111- 11111 1111' 1111111 11'1111s 111111 1'1111f 111 111111N11s111'11 "1111j111-15 11'1l1'1u 11s 11111 11'111111s11111111111's 111'1111l11. 1'1l'1111'l'l1 1 1111111113 111115. 111111 11111I11111g 11111 1111111 1111' 11111s1'1111111 1111'111, 1 51 ,.,1 . 1 ' 4 ,mf 1 if Table leg in the making Down on the farm . , . carpentry class 1'11:.- 41111- II1111111'111 '1'111-1115 1111 Agriculture and Homemaking iillSil2lllIil'y of the soil . . . these are the 'lf ll. S. Ag hoys . . . who rlo everytliihg from raising l'z1hiili11s ol' pigs to picking.: Cotton. Mr. ldriivst XYillll'llil2.ll'f.1'l'l' is the mah hehihcl the i.llllll'l' farmers of 'i'lli2ll'l' County llllli has tlone lllllt'il to lllllJI'OYC this fi0llilI'llll0lll. 'l'he hoys how have their own farm where all the latest Sl'il'lllli'lt' metliotls are put into prac-tive. The patvli ol' vottoii shown almove is sairl to he the hest prorliiviiig fieltl in the state . . . and "that lllll l ' il ' lily." lfoi' those who waht the first illlllfi infor- 111atio11 oh the expert ilOlllL'llliliiL'l' . . . just. take ll pet-li into the ilUllll'llllliiillLf tlepartment. The fvllllltillt' l'XllLll'lS have their own lJI'ilCliC't? house. whivh. hy the way, is also well known 1 , lill'llll5IilUlli the Sllltl' ahtl is said to he ah ex- Vlliilllll wav to start the gals in young. lie- He'S 3 mighty prgud boy! silles learning how to lit-ep house anfl sew, the i'llllll'L' is kt-int well in llllllti with :1 nursery svhool hi progress part. of each flay for small 1'l1il1lreh. So, the i'llllll'C Mrs. Americas, we salute you! Harold Hargis and his prizes! Aren't they cute guinea pigs? Y M 1 , L Ah, this is the life! The Ag boys' favorite pastime l':1:1- lll.f' lliimlrocl Thirty School Dances D at Senior Dance First Student Body Dance Backward Dance of the School Year Letterman's Dance Lettermarfs Dance Backward Dance K if Letterman's Dance l':lgi- Ulu- lllllil I li t Eleanor Heiskell, Don Chamberlin , ' Myxgwi Q ' TECHNICIAN Mr. Nelson Witte Presenting the man who pulls the switches, the man behind the scenes, that backstage be- hemoth. Mr. Nelson Witte. It is he who rules the auditorium with a necessarily iron hand, pluck- ing the uninitiated from among the footlights, discouraging tap dancing on top of the piano, rep- rimanding the idlers who fiddle with the weights and pulleys and swing on the curtains. lt is he who answers endless questions with equally end- less patience. To Nelson Witte, the Caesar of the switchboard, we extend our thanks. CUSTODIAN Mr. .T im Collins Here pictured kneeling at the shrine of Mother Earth, is Mr. Jim Collins-he who tendeth Nature's children, the flowers and shrubs. You've probably seen him around the campus-perhaps you didn't know his name, but you smiled and were rewarded with a smile and nod from genial Mr. Collins. CUSTODIAN '45 S ' iiitfl . f gg, Mr. Ed Lambert Vasc Hut- llnndrcd 'l'l1irt.y-tivo Ever siayed after school, lpuiely xoluntaiily, of coursel and heard the bell ring five times? ln case you have, and wondered what kind of assembly such tintinnabulation heralded. may it satisfy your inquisitive soul forever to know that the ringing of the bells was the signal noti- fying Mr. Ed Lambert that his services were re- quired in the office. Mr. Lambert is the Man With the Keys. lt would be an interesting statistical study to know the number of times Mr. Lambert has unlocked a door for a frantic student, or some dramatist late for rehearsal. Definitely a Man We Could Not Do Without-Mr. Ed Lambert. Serving Their Country p'P"'7-' 92 F -0' l M l Mr. Paul Starr Miss Colette Thorndykc llowartl Scltuylcr. .l, I". t'tnnntins' partner in crime, ant Mr. Howard Schuyler New Comers Ate' Paul Starr arc two local lmrainemcn who have left the high , ' r. ,gt school faculty to join the colors, Othcrs who gave up the into our student trying task ot' drilling further education Imotly were Clinton l'urcell, .Iinnny Jones, Roy Johnson, F. t', Snitcr, anfl Doug Taylor. 'i' " It ' t t M X 1 . an " I I A K .. , . JY 'J . H4 Mr. Purcell was rcplacctl as llnsincss Life instructor by I Nlrs. Max Ualtlwell. "living Joe" Von Der Lohe, California's i N j f ' ewwn little ray of sunshine. took over Mr. .Iohnson's science A L t ,gif -lasscs. Miss Colette Tliorntlyke guided Mr. Taylor's classes. ...H ' , N ' rho was one of the first of the seven to leave. ' H ,A x ,l jf . ,,- s gfj, 1 1- . We were sorry to lose them all. but while they were yu ' i J tcrc they ciitl tnnch to aitl in making school a lesser vice. , ijt A , 'VA 6 Mr. Joe Von Der Lohe Page Uno llunclrt-tl 'I'liirty-tlircc 1 I Z il ,--,, .fo . ik To those from the alumni and student body of T. H. S., who have joined the forces of the United States Army, Navy, and the Marines, we send our sin- cerest wishes that the services they are now rendering will soon bring final victory. We are proud to have been able to contribute so greatly to our country and we know that each will do his best to bring credit to the alma mater and make us justly proud. I ll I I llfllilf'-firlll' Alumni and Students In Anned Forces Dalton Allen Albert Arends Emmett Ayres Joe Ayres Edward Bionda George Boyd Halden Broaders Ted Brown David Buckley .James Buckley James Butler Luella Butler-N Edward Cate Harold Childers George Collins Melvin J. Corder Richard Danielson Jack DeFoe Merle Dodson Corwin Drake Barden Finch George Fowler Frank L. Freitas Cecil Fuller Mayes Gladney Floyd Harris Lloyd Harris Willard Harris Otho Hawes Harlen Henard Robert Allen Bill Alves Bill Anderson Charles Bosworth Kenneth Bowen Verne Box Findley C. Robert Buntain Bob Burnard Gene Cain Richard Chedester Dan Cooper Earl Cravy Bill Daoust G. T. Dipple Jack Farrar Hilton Frank .Iames Frye Edward Gast Charles Gobbell Fred Edward Greaver Sidney Hall James Hallowell Don Hillman Jesse Hoffman Allen Huttenberg-"' Harold .Iohnson Ed Cooper Jack Costa Bob DelRe LeRoy DelRe N-Nurse. United States Army Emerson Hifner James Holt Bob Hoyt Carl Humke Toby Hunt Clarence Jones Ray W. Keck Joseph Kelly Joe Lopez Wayne Luck Joe G. Maciel Elmer Maddox Glenn Maddox Ray Martinez Glenn McKinney Stephen L. Minoletti Roscoe Monroe Dean Mooney Billie Nelson-N Ashley Orr Bob Pinkerton Henry Powell William Powell Bill Preston Maurice Preston Harold Rader Jack Rader Harold Reeves Tommy Renstrom Con Retherford United States N avy George' Jones Harold Jones Albert W. Keissling Melvin Killingsworth Charles Knokey Roger Knokey Donald Knopf Donald Knopt Darden LaMarsna Allen Lippincott James Love Jack Luck Jimmie McMillin Bill McNeil Marvin Moore Merlin Moore Dwight Moyle Wayne Neel Karl Nielsen Bob Noble Dick Nystrom Edgar Orr Chester Payne Richard Pedroncelli Tim Perkins Dois Pitts United States Marines Robert C. Fain Jack Girven Wesley Lameroeux James Miller 'K-Distinguished Service. Beverly Rippee Bob Rippee Tony M. Rocha Leo Rogers Mario Rosso Augustine Rossotti Bert Rudvall Jack Richard Russell Harold Seavers LeRoy Shepard Richard Shirk Dick Smith Harris Smith Tom Smith William Smith Raymond Snider Drexel Stewart John Stream Junior Stull John Sturgeon Richard Swall Arthur Swanson Lester Taylor Emilio Teglia Hidakichi Uchita Vere Vandergrift Oran Watts Leland Wiles Jack Wynn Lionel Jesse Young Lawrence Pitts Bill Poston Ray Poston J. C. Powell Don Preece Bethel Purtle Coolidge Purtle Earl Rader Donald Richards Frank Florian Rocha Bob Seavers Don Wesley Smith Harry Smith Ivor Stubbs Stephen Sullivan Thomas Eldon Swear Lloyd Trembley Reggie Vanciel Robert Vaughn Kenneth Warren Lorraine Warren Lynn Warren Russell West, Jr. Roy Willcutt Bob Wright Robert Young Elmo Zumwalt. Jr. Joe Perri Fred Smith, Jr. John Steinwinder Bill Yeakley ington Paige One Hundred Thirty-fixe In Memoriam Risk l .E ' Nix if Vernon Loomer if i' Jesse Luker JF if Lowell Mulcahy if Gordon Rhoacles 'A' Joe Lee Skaggs " Killed In Action The Nation's Gain Is Our Loss- Faculty members who voluntarily offered their services to protect and preserve our democratic way of liv- ing--- 'A' Roy Johnson 'A' James Jones if Clinton Purcell i' Howard Schuyler if Paul Starr if Fay Suiter 'lf Douglas Taylor Advertising DELBERT BLOOMQUIST--- His go -getting nature and gleam of determination are the qualities needed for success in the field of ADVERTISING. Paairs- One Hundred Thirty-nine 214 East lnyo Street Telephone Real Estate Insurance Congratulations 1. E. WARREN to th'3f4Cil?'s8 of 'k J. E. W R It C . Tulare ilfjalger Eiillngo Tulare Calif. Phone 38 Congratulations Seniors of 1942 THE NORWALK AGENCY B. F. STONE, Distributor 601 Sonora Telephone 983 C. 6. McFARlAND REAL ESTATE- INSURANCE 129 East Kern Street Telephone 28 CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF "42" ElY AUTO PARTS 101 314 East Tulare Telephone 205-J KINDER RADIO SERVICE WE SPECIALIZE IN REPAIRING ALL MAKES OF HOME AND CAR RADIOS Complete Stock of Parts WISHING THE CLASS OF 1942 MUCH SUCCESS CENTRAL CUT-RATE DRUG 237 South K Telephone 364 J. l. CASE FARM MACHINERY CENTRAL CALIFORNIA IMPLEMENT COMPANY TELEPHONE 896 320 East Tulare Street Tulare, California BEST WISHES Graduating Class rullnramlsllrf II I ll To the Class of 1942 Congratulations sv Gainsborough Studio 215 EAST TULARE. STREET -Q"Q. V . . 5 ' ' IP' -f 1- ,fan ' -f Tulare Eleclrir Hatchery J. H. FREN' and BERT A. HART Proprietors Best Baby Chix, Feed and Poultry Supplies Prim-s Right no x in .1 sn-N-n Il 3:14 l5I South 0 Street 1 I ,Q it ' V,,, iii! wi' I TELEPHONE 756 ' "'E'l' ' -' - H' .-,. ,.,,,.. i ..,. b QEAAA ,,fii..:., ::,,,:,::W,:,5 Repairs Of? all Home Appliances Congratulations to the Class of '42 THE OASIS 208 South K Street Congratulations From JUSTESEN'S FOOD STORES 247 South K Phone 620 W 1 LAMPE LUMBER CO. On Highway 99 Phone 545 LQ Mile South County Hospital I l l 1 Surprised. or just stif- ling an yawn .... Young and Penny up to their usual hull . . . such at ro- mzlntit' twosonie . . . two freshmen tziklng study- ing seriously . . . just smelling. lvlzw, or .... these freshmen st ll rt early ,... ne Hundred I-'orty-t'our Candids Joy Ann bids Willie goodbye .... Del does his hit for the Senior play . . , . Sturgeon und Whiteside von- templating what .... v W4 1 , lltwziu. , , , W. Y l W , mt H t' W l :lf - tl wk Xl V fclfm . " ,,,,,' W ,- my W ' ,mf t, 5 w, V 'l' ,lx , lm 'V:f,w'C, ll l , ft 'l fwylwpwllwf ' A 'l gmail ill -ff,m'ji'g,g it A ,l W "l ,,ueffl'l H ' , tg, it ll-f -. ' l Abshire' s Grocery and Feed Store We Carry Everything Pertaining to an Up-to-Date Grocery Store XY4' Give S 8: H Green Startups t'0l-RNER J 8: KERN S'l'REE'I'S For the Best Shoe Repair the MODERN SHOE SHOP NlELSEN'S Ice Cream Drive-ln "The Most of the Best for Less" G l E N LEW I S Victor and Bluebird Records Diamonds, Watches Musical Instruments and Supplies Bank of America Bldg. lEGGETT'S STORES CONGRATULATE YOU Complete Outfitters for Men - Women - Children CONGRATULATIONS 1942 GRADUATES Visit our store and see the nice selection of gifts we have for the 1942 Graduates. We are sure you will enJoy looking ut, thcm. HO Y GRADUATES G IRI . GRADUATES Watches Watches Key Chains Rings Rings llrztcelets Bill Folds Jeweler Lockets Pen and Pencils Crosses Bell Buckles 'l'HLEpH0NE ,103 Compacts Tie Clasps Pens and Pencils I lllllftf DCI-IR MILK FARMS, INC. Tulare Division Tulare, California WE WISH TO CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 1942 on its graduation CONGRATULAUONS EXPERT VUICANIZING . . . . on :III lllIlli1'N of tirvs! XV1' spm' ' '- I" 'n 'l'l'zu'lm' Tirv Section Rvpz E . ' Tires 9 Recapping I , . 9 Tubes ' Retreading BUDGET DEPARTMENT EASY TERMS WOLFE-JONES 81 UHL TIRES - BATTERIES - VULCANIZING - RECAPPING - v 1- w -- as "More Pvoplv Rldl' on hoodyvzn' 'lirvs FIIIIIEI on Any Othvr lund V. XYOIIFE-.IONICS TED l'HlI I I I 1 F CONGRATULATIONS from SAFAR.IAN'S MEN'S SHOP 22 East Tulare Street Tulare, California "BEST WISHES TO SEN IORS" THE AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO., Inc. 'T Inyo and L Streets Phone 165 Best Wishes to Seniors from the OFFICE BARBER SHOP The Best of Service T28 South K Street Phone 248 Pickering Kz Russell wuncggrlmns ADV NCS REGISTER We congratulate the 19-12 Argus staff upon the production f one ' ' " ' 'ls in the entire United State of the f1nL't high school .mnua f l me hown in u in entiu t We sincerely appletlate the Lon 14 e ing the printing of this fine book to our plant. TULARE TIMES and ADVANCE-REGISTER PERCY M. WHITESIDE, Publisher T51 llllll Congratulations to the Class of 1942 DEPENDABLE "' DRUGGIST 0. E. FINCH Dentist Tulare, California Congratulations, Seniors! WINTROAT H F IGGINS CO. Deep Well Irrigation and Domestic Pumping Plants Machine and Electrical Work outh L and Owens Streets Telephone 231 Tulare, California CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS Tulare Plunge and Roller Rink V WILBER BOSTARD lnstructor SOUTH SACRAMENTO TELEPHONE 704 Tulare Ice Company - . 4 ' I I ',, . ,, 1 I ' Modern Refrigerators I I ' . . I Prompt Delivery Service H v' A eie 2 : '---M-- V-N . N N A A ,, A QYIZ 3 420 South K 'I'1'l0pI I TH lf F 0 0 D BA N K "The Complete Food Store" GROCERIES - MEATS Cold Storage Food Lockers Lindsay Highway JIM INGLE COMPANY Oliver Farm Equipment if South I and Elm Streets BEN W. C0lBURN NEW AND USED WHEELS and TIRES For All Makes of Cars and 1 T1 ailers 0 South K Str:-vt I 'HONE 450 MODEL LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS AI'l'ROVEII BY AMERICAN INS'I'I'I'l"I'E OF IIAUNDERING If B I-INIIBBII HJ REED I III I H Bust lx I ll I Ill -'W ' Q r Wh g 1 Q may i M Ll .-We we 1-Q NAL " s A wir' EMM jf Y V, M ,MMM X Wi , , M Ill. ' Cand1ds Three little freshmen . . . Thomp son coming in . . . Hiya Chloe Dean Spencer . . . enthusiastic bl Cvclists . . . Leach and his mile chorus: . . . "sc'ramholu." llic-llzml Mc'Cu1'tl1y . . Lhe women . . . Mr. Hel luml struts his stuff . . Dummy. Pat zmcl Shirley. Page Une Hundred Fifty O l ,,,fN" 1 ' sf SENIORS BEST WISI-IES BEST WISHES I. C. PENNY from COMPANY CASHDY1 TULARE sHoE sToRE one Bush P37 51110254 ,azz PEPSI-COLA is made only by PEPSI-COLA COMPANY, Long Island City, New York. Authorized Bottler PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Tulare, California lv. 1. c:Us'I'AvE. In-op. CONGRATULATIONS v Ll DERS 0 0 O GROCERIES FEED IMPLEMENTS FURNITURE HARDWARE RADIOS I I I Success to You . . Graduates of 1942 01100 you huvm' lA'm'm'd the Lesson of CO-OPERATION you have tzlkvn u vital stop toward T R U E S U C C E S S In athletics you call it "TEAM WORK" In class Work you call it "SQUARE SHOOTING In the game of life, you call it "TEAM WORK" l'o-operation among producers, co-opt-rzltion ln-twc-on vnlployvv an ploy:-r, In-twvvn llll'l'K'h2llIf and l'0llSlllllt'l', among nu-mlwrs of the vm ity, is rvsponsiblc- for tho progress our vountry has made. The- vlosvr tl 0lN'l'Zlii0ll, thc grvntvr the progress! DAlRYMAN'S CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY ASSOCIATION Rl2lllllfZll'IlIl'l'l'S of CHALLENGE COTTAGE CHEESE CHALLENGE BUTTERMILK and CHALLENGE BUTTER 5C "There Is No Substitute For Butter" ll I Congratulations from KIRBY'S Shoes for the Best Values Entire Family Guaranteed Quality Phone 1137 ll0-II4 South K St. 'l'ul:n'i-, California Elizabeth Arden, DuBarry, Yardley and "Old Spice" Toiletries DUTTON DRUG STORE H011-I 'l'lllur0 Building Phone 40 Congratulations, Seniors from the Tulare Hardware Company 145 North K Phone 547 Trucking and Material Np 5nu,,5 , sl 's74"F!. ' M! A Bush NSt1'eets Phone 1180 ' g Burnett Lumber M Company A Complete Building and Advisory System 95 W. Kern Phone 4 I ll i ll ill ll Once again MOLLOY-MADE quality and workmanship score as the 1942 Argus is cased in a MOLLOY-MADE cover from 1131 Oberlin Drive Glendale, California FRANK W. GOBLE 114 SOUTH L STREET Telephone 53 Tulare, California J. D. I-IEISKELL Co. INCORPORATED GGG GRAIN - FEEDS - INSURANCE COTTON GINNING Obi? TELEPHONE 31 P. 0. Box za TULARE, CALIFORNIA I Canchds As tht- molm gutlwrs . . . at noon we ont, somv uvvn study . . . it's just the monkey in him . . . Frymire looking t-oy . . . the ful'nzlc'c room foursolnv . . . noon laments . . . he K'lll'l'lUS thosc just in vase. sq, li f y -no ' J S4 'E I iq -, VW ' it ll! ,XY u, fix - 'fmgy t . Y ar ,l ,Y :J N. i A l NIMH nl iw' 5557 lf AM I t ' lf , V tlqm , l F tv ' Styivtly women . . . noon pam'-offs . . . for that hour glass figure- . . . we three . grand . session. . uint love mid-day bull if I l':l!:4- llllt' lll mln-ul Fifty-l'i Wu Solicit Your Business l0RRE1"l' IGNGINI-CIGIIING - FIRST CLASS MATERI-Xl AT RIGHT l'RlK'l+1S - MACHINE SHOP SICRYIVI4 . 8: HARRY CROWE SIPQXFWKS, 'AWE KNOW PUMPS" 'I Ill n D0 'Pulau l If A. H. SCH U l TZ Chevrolet Sales and Service Telephone 490 - Tulare Chevrolet Corner 151 North K Street as the "hub" of both agricultural and defense industries and the home of good business houses, public buildings, churches, dwellings and schools has an exceptionally secure future. We are especially proud of Tulare Union High School and the high records set forth by the faculty and students. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '42 Tulare Chamber of Commerce I Hlllf CITY SHOE SHOP Shoe Repairing Neatly Done YW- l'l -an and Ilya- Slums, All Color' 2078 HIS! ll ll! Blll Bl Rl l1'll I Ol CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! FASSO'S "Flowers for All Occasionsv Congratulations, Redskins, For a Successful Year from McDEL'S CORNER DRUG STORE "The Rexall Store" I W--11' 'I' llll 0 ES1"l1' CONGRATULATIONS FROM C O R D A Y BEAUTY SALON 'l'lu-am-r Building 'l'vI1-plionv 47 I ll lll to the Class of 1942 i i CONGRATULATIONS PEACOCK "THE CREAM OF THE VALLEY" Q VISIT THE PEACOCK DRIVE - INN "DRINK PLENTY OF MILK FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY" lQUALITY- ICE CREAM AND MILK PRODUCTS SOUTH K PHONE 137 HIGHWAY 99 ' Ll w TuLARE's MODERN sToRE Fon MEN ROSE 8z SWEENEY ...ii Featuring Nationally Advertised Lines for Men and Young Men TULARE AT K STREET BROTT'S 0 PLUMBING 5 SHEET METAL 9 GAS APPLIANCES 9 DAIRY EQUIPMENT 120 East Kern Telephone 21 STEVE'S CAFE AND SODA FOUNTAIN SANDWICHES - COLD DRINKS - STEAKS - DINNERS 24-Hour Service 536 South K Street Tulare, California srevgs ' :-J!--J,-J...-- .J A . cccwrnus 122- 3 :gg fig... 5... S s..s.s iffsssii , ' -Q' 'i 5 3 " I Il I ll 6 L, . . www-1+ Canchds .I ' qv - ' ,- ' ' lll-l'c'will1 plwsn-lllvml: 'l'l1v lust lx-- p , ' " , muinmg lulwn nl' tlml Sm-pil-nmlwl' I' 2 sw llllblllillllfllk lm- ilu- smmimx 1 . amrl of 1-mlrsc-. ilu- lluslmu-11. lmuli ' ' long mul hzml f'l'2lllSl' Htlwm llzxys I K, iw gum- l'm'vx'vl"' into ilu- limlw ul' things past. zlllmg with spxxrr- lll'l'N. 'I lwttlu vnlws. Lmfl ll'll puumls nl' 1 j- sugar. plvzlsv. IL- f " 4" .' A ' 'ffl . xx , Q , Y Q, 15 wr' N ' 3 K' 6 K "V ff l Zh f lr i, ku 'l'lu-xv llwlxlalus :xml ln- vzxllm-rl tlw l.z1sI ol ilu- fllollimlls . . . l'gl1! 'Flu' ulll toywm- still cwllm-s tlw Sl'l'l'2ll1lS ul' vivlims. zmrl il faninl sm:-ll of vil- mm-llzu lH'l'llN'2llPS llw zlllmmsplmvu-. Ilmuglm tlw IUZISSZIITQ' has lm-n m'vl', lu. tlww mzmy muntlms. H -lil Vzuuv Um livlmlr--ll Sixty lv' -.,f. . .. ,all - .' n"a"' 11' fish, ri. lf0rx ,v 1 , - A , v- T r f' NH Enjoy the Economy of Quality inf, B A S H ' S 526 East Tulare Street g PHONE 32 PHONE 35 .l. P. ALVERSON Jeweler 122 South K Street We Wish to Thank the Graduates of 1942 for their patronage in the past. May we continue that friendship in thc ya-an-s to come. McCOURT BROS. lVlartin's Welding 8z Blacksmith Shop General Welding and Blacksmithing 202 North J St. Phone 502 To the Graduating Class of '42 is dum- from us our BEST WIS!-IES AND CONGRATULATIONS R0lll1'lllbl'l', as you go through life you will bv able to go best in u Buick-Oldsmobile--or Pontiac from Sturgeon 8: Beck I U ll l INI ' F F FLOOR COVERINGS FULLER PAINTS FURNITURE N E L S O N' S 121 North K St. Phone 139 "Insure in Sure Insurance" E L W I N A. R O S E GENERAL INSURANCE 151 South K Street Telephone 155 Tulare Best Wishes to the Class of 1942 NEW - HOME - REMODELING PLAN SERVICE THE COX LUMBER CO. 342 North L Street TULARE Telephone 12 JOHN H. CALLISTER zum souTH K STREET General Insurance ' Real Estate ' Building and Loan PHONE 52 -g- NATIONAL CLEANERS -...SEIlVlCEg -4- .,,. ! ..., "For Better Cleaning" ll l I Miller's Slzeliartment DE LUXE BARBER SHOP S""'i"'m"g BOB DYE, P1-Op. women 5 Ah- I- .,.. diti .,.... .I Novelty Shoes Outside Shine Stand 206 SOUTH K STREET Sl 1111 -S f 11:- nw Wholv F' 'lv TULARE'S MODERN STORE FOR MEN ROSE 8: SWEENEY Featuring Nationally Advertised Lines fOr Men and Young Men TULARE AT K STREET Banking That ls Building California TULARE BRANCH Q Mank nf Amvrira NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION TULARE, CALIF. 495 Branches United for Strength and Service Telephone 775 157 South K Street I I l Autographs 6 ll 501149 W' mm: .. A .t Y H' .Y-O . f . ,il , ' 1 -f .T QQ? , . f' i. x . Aa 1. 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