Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA)
- Class of 1948
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The 1948 Z-irqus Staff Presents the 51st Puhliratinn nf the firqus
Eilitnr, llnnna Fall I-issistant Editur, Patricia Kayla
lliralztar, Hare Kent Phntuqraphar, Gainshnrnuqh Studios
Some people believe that the pioneer spirit is dead, but We
present this Argus in the belief that this spirit is very much alive.
In many periods of history people have become pioneers be-
cause it Was easier to move on into new territory than it was to stay
and face their problems. In a sense, We are definitely pioneers
of this modern age. We, however, have no place to run and must
stay and face our problems and conquer them.
It is in this spirit that We, the staff, present this Argus to you,
With our best and most sincere Wishes for your future.
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Miss Lois Thompson
l-ler high stondords hove been something to strive
tor .... s
She hos poid us the compliment ot olwoys expect-
ing our best .....
Leodership omong students hos grown under her
expert ond sympdthetic guidonce ....
Her colm judgment hos untied the knotty problems
ot student government ,...
Her closses hove been the widened door through
which we hdye seen the vostness ot leorning ....
We know thot Tulore l-ligh School is her greotest
She hos olwoys given so treely ot her time, her ener-
gy, ond her understonding ,...
She hos our respect ond GllGCl'lOl'i ..,.
We dedicote this book, the V948 Argus,
To Miss l.ois Thompson.
The TrodiTion of Tulore High School which we cherish so
highly hoye ogoin This yeor been mode o borT oT our school
IiTeg some new oeTiyiTies which we hope will become TrodiTions
hoye been esTobIished. To The upper elossmen we giye The
chorge oT keeping socred our ideols ond oliye our school soiriT.
As we Seniors moreh down The oisles in rhyThm yviTh
"l3omb ond CircumsTonee", memories oT Tour hobby yeors Will
Come To us. Indeed They hoye been hobby yeors, ond l should
like To exTend my Thonks To o Wonderful ToeulTy, o Willing ond
hord working STudenT Council, ond To The enTire STudenT Body
Tor moking my odminisTroTion o success.
Student Bully Enumzil
Student Council began tbeir active year witb a meeting
tbe first day of scnool wbere tlney discussed plans for tbe Stu-
dent Body Card sales. The sales for the year were very suc-
cessful with a total of l2OO cards sold.
Some of tbe many activities of tbe council bave been
sending fifty dollars to CARE, donating to tbe Bed Cross,
sponsoring a Student Body Queen election, and giving tlie
first football and basketball rallies,
At tlie end of tbe first and last semesters, parties were
given for tbe members of tbe preceding semester. Tne Tulare
council also acted as nosts for a joint meeting between trie
Tulare and Visalia Councils and also for district Student Body
'Tbe officers for tnis year were tbe following: Vernal Ya-
don, president, Dorothy Newman, vice president, lylarilyn Eu-
bank, secretary, Ford Wilson, treasureer, lo Anne Straigbt.
social cnairman, jesse Land, bublicity cbairman, lvliss
Tbombson was tbe very able advisor, '
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Donovan F. Cartwright
Cpportunity was once described to me as an individual walking away
trom you. As you approach this individual you see unattractive, unkept
clothes, matted hair and a generally unattractive appearance, lt is only
atter you have passed opportunity and have looked back that you ac-
tually see her as she is. From this vantage point, you can see that she is
really a very beautitul young lady with all the aualities that go to make
up beauty and desirabilityy but, atter you have passed, it is too late to do
more than think ot what might have been.
School is such an opportunity to the thirty million boys and girls- in
attendance, A great many ot them can see only hard work, lack ot tree-
dom ,rules, regulations and their teachers' uncompromising demands.
These same boys and girls will look back atter their school days are over
with regret tor opportunities they have missed. l
I have heard so many say, "I wish l had it all to do over. l would
really study. l can see now where an education is a wondertul advan-
tage to one who has it."
The sad part is that boys and girls in school today do not listen to the
advice ot the students who have gone betore. By the time the present
freshmen are seniors, members ot this year's graduating class will be
saying, "I wish l had studied harder when l was in school," but each year
will bring a new group ot inditterent students who will ignore the advice
ot those who know by experience.
New generations ot students teel that some how things will be dit-
terent tor them, that they will get by without an educationg but tor every
day that they lose they will pay a "tax" to this lost opportunity which
could have been theirs. This "tax" will include money which they could
have earnedg but, more important, it will include the inability to ap-
preciate and enjoy the many things opened to them by the key, Educa-
Delos Howard, Prcsidczzt
Fred Carroll Fred Hopkins
Mrs. Ada Brown L. M. Hel.nd
Back Row Left to Right: Mrs. Mary Mains,
Miss Pauline Kruse, Miss Irene Conley, Miss N E 01
Ruth Noldg Seated, Mrs. Bess Valentine. i Q Son
Miss Ann Kenyon, Mrs. Alta Newcity
Eugene jones. T. E. Moleski, Lyle LeRette
Back Row Left to Right: Race Kent, Miss
Prudence Olsen, Miss Lois Thompson, Verna
Hansen. Seated Miss Margaruite VVaters.
Miss Peg Reinhold, XVes Colby
Frank Eliceche, Miss Colette Thorntlyke,
Mrs. Grace Cairns, Mrs. Muriel Nygren
Orville Bogart. Eugene DeBrecl1t. Marion
Jewell, Miss Vera VVittman, Seated, Mrs.
james Parkinson, Miss Lucy Proudfoot
Ernest LZ11lllJl'CCl1f, Eugene Larson,
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Miss Ruth Rodgers, Miss Thelma Elliott, Virgil JHCRSOI1, HC1'l3 MO1'fflll, Ffefl Lugellbfilll
Miss Beverly Campbell
im Lawrence, Ivan Millilcin, Delbert Solomon Miss Julia Burrows, Miss Rita Atkinson
Miss Ruth Leth. Miss Dorothy Bissel, Stand- rX1"E11u1' Sweiiertou, Norman NValkei', Jess
ing: Miss Eriiestiue Cotta, Miss Gladys Pruiity CO1'1'CU, ROb61"E PGCICYSOI1
Miss Milclrecl Slierman, Miss Agnes Choboizm M1-5. C131-21 F1-ands
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Dorothy McKenna, Clyde Reid
John Seavers, Tuls Philips,
Miss Iris Moss, Mrs. Rexiue Reid
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Dane Sturgeon Miss Lois Thompson Robert Mathias
The Seniors of ,48 had an interesting and active year and have found a great
deal of pleasure in Working for the good of the school.
The first activity for the year was the election of their officers in the fall.
They were the following: Dane Sturgeon, presidentg Bob McCallister, vice presi-
dentg Susan Vtfiseman, secretary, Joanne Vaughn, treasurer. They were succeeded
by Bob Mathias, president, Quentin Ely, vice president, Jeannie Smith, secretary,
Joanne Vaughn, treasurer.
The next activity was the selling of pennants, emblems and caps during the
football season. In December, the Christmas Dance was given.
One of the outstanding events of the year was the institution of a Senior Flag
which flew on Senior Dress-Up Day.
The'Senior play t'Nothing But the Truth," was a huge success and was pre-
sented before a full house on March 5. Senior Government Day was April 29.
The perfect year was toppedoff by the annual Ditch Day, Senior Breakfast,
Numeral Planting, and last but not least, Baccalaureate and Commercement.
First Ron: Martha Jean Smith, Jo Ann Vaughn, Susan XViseman, Buster Yarbrough, Bob Abercrom-
bie. Second Row: Miss Thompson, Dane Sturgeon, Neta Ann 'XVaters, Bob Mathias, Pat Kleinhans,
Margaret Stevenson, Lorraine Sullivan, Quentin Ely.
Liberal Arts: Lette1'man's Club
'44, '45, '46, '47-'48, Hi-Y '44,
'45, '46, '47-'48, Prom Commit-
tee '46, '47g Football '44, '45,
'46, '47-'48, Basketball '44, '45,
'46, '47-'48, Track '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48, Captain '46, Freshman
vice president '44, vice presi-
dent of Hi-Y '47-'48, Senior
Industrial: Transferred from
Hemet: Junior Play: Senior
General: Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, '47-
'48, Lettermaifs Club '46, '47- 4
'48, Football '44, '45, '46, '47-
'48, Baseball '44,
Industrial: Transferred from
Hemet: Junior Playg Basket-
ball '46, '47-'48, Junior Red
Cross Cabinet, Senior Play
Beavers, Nina Ruth
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Beck. Xylllllfl 'Tune
Secretarial: Y-Teens '44, H152
C. S. F. '44, '45, '-16: Junior Play
Staff: Red Cross Cabinet '-165
Y-Teens treasurer '-H: Y-
Teens president 45: Junior
Council. C. S. F. vice president,
eo-chairman for Junior Prom
committee '-165 G. L. secretary
Industrial: Band '44, '45g BOYS'
State '46g Junior Statesmen,
Radio Club, Airplane Club,
Record Club, Forensic Club '47
'-485 Track '45, '46, '47-'42S.
Blackwood, F. James
General: Basketball '44.
Bonds, La Vonda
Agriculture: Future Far-mers Liberal Arts: LetterrnansC1ub
'44, '45, '46, '47-'48, Prewdent '46, '47-'483 French Club 4
'47-'48g Football '45
N185 Track '45, '46, '4
Box, Beverly Eileen
Bookkeeping: C. S. F. '46, '47-
'48, President '-17g Future
Homemakers of America '46,
'47-'48g Junior Statesman '47-
'48: Junior Council '46g 'Vice
Agriculture, Liberal Arts: Fu-
ture Farmers of America '44,
'45, '46, '-lT-'48, Vice President
Brazil, Ir., Manuel Bridges, VVayne
Liebral Arts: Girls' Glee, '44,
'45, '47-'4Sg Holiday Park '45g
French Club '-163 Science Club
'47-'-18g Sophomore Council '45.
L Caldwell, Sue Cameron, Virginia
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nllexfl-T5' -4gHTgt?ITl.,5JgE?- General: Band '453 Catering Liberal Artsg Orchestra '44
el. of Girls League -46--45. C- Club '46: XVar NVhoop Staff, '45, '46, '47, '48.
S. F. '44, '45, '46, '47-ws: Pi-om Mixed, Qh0"US' Commefcial
Committee 46: Senior Plav. Club 47' 433 C0Ph0m0Y'e V169
' President, Sophomore Council
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Liberal Arts: Bible Club '45, GGIIBFS-12 G1ee,'44, '45, ,45, 'i17- General: Transferred.
'46 '47-'-485 Advance Band '47- '48g Future VVIVGS of America
'48i '-165 Junior Council '48.
Clarendon, Donnie Joan Cobb, Helen
Merchandising: A s sis t a n t General: Manager of Student
Manager of Student Store '46, Store '46.
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'47-'4Sg Band '47-'4Sg Swim-
Liberal Arts: Newman Club
'46, '47-'4Sg Basketball '46, '47-
'483 Baseball '47-'48.
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Davis, Elwancla Aileen
General: Aviation Club '46,
'47-F483 Lettermen's Club, Sei-
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47-'48g Swimming 46, 47- 48
Science Club, Treasurer of Scl-
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Liberal Arts: Hi.Y '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48, Le-tte1'men's Club '46,
'47-'48, Prom Committee '465
Senior Dance Committee 47,
Paint 'n Patches '44, Football
'44, '45, Basketball '44, '45,
Swimming '44, '45, '461 Track
'48, Treasurer of Hi.Y ,'54Q
Senior Vice President, Senior
Epler, Elwanda Corley
Merchandising: Red C r 0 s s
Council '44, Future XVives
Liberal Arts: Paint n' Patches
'44, '45, '46, '47-'48, Y-Teens
'44, '45, Vice President '4'g
Junior Statesmen '45, '40, Ar-
gus Stuff '45, '46, '47-'48, C. S.
F., French Club, G. L. Council.
diuiinzi production "Nine Girls"
'46: Thespian president, Stu-
dent Body Secretary '47-'4S:
F1'eshn'1un secretary, Holiday
Park '45: Red Cross Repre-
sentative '4-lglilock "T" '47, '43,
Solmlinniore class yell lender,
Junior class Yell leader: Jun-
ior Play, '46: Junor Class sec-
retary: Prom Co-Chairman '46g
Student Council '47, '451 Sen-
Evans, Sue Charlotte
Liberal Arts: Flying Club '45g
0 G. A. A. '47, '48, Senior Play.
Ewing, Wfanda Christine
Liberal Arts: Science Club,
Forensic Club, Christmas Play
'47-'48, Sophomore Council.
Falirney. Robert Falco, Velma .lean
Industrial: Football '44: Base-
ndustrial Band '44 '47'43'
I ,' I Y ' 1
Football '44, '45, '47-218: Track
'44, '46, '47-'48,
Liberal Arts: Paint n' Patches
'45, '46, Y-Teens, Glee Club,
Freshman Council, Band Show
'44, Junior Statesmen '45, '46,
Publicity Manager for Holiday
Park '45, XVar VVhoop Staff
C. S. F., Junior Council, Junior
Play, G.L. Council '46, Thes-
pians '46, '47-'48, C. S. F., Stu-
dent Council, Block T, Ad-
vanced J ou rnalism'47-'48,
Dance Group '45, '46, Fresh-
man Yell Leader, Paint n'
Patches Treasurer '46, Junior
Statesmen Secretary '46, Ar-
gus Staff '45, Assistant Argus
Editor '46, Argus Editor '47-
'48, Senior Play.
Secretarial: Red Cross Coun-
cil '45, Y-Teens '46, '47-'48
Commercial Club '47-'48,
Fulton, Com-ad Gibbs, Loy Gomes, T ony
general. Band 74?, 145, 1463 147- Industrial. lii6dustrial: Automotive Club
485 Junior Play 465 President
of Aviation Club '4'7.'-18.
Liberal Arts: Transferred
from Guthrie, Oklahoma, For-
ensics Club, Y-Teens, Junior
Red Cross Council, TVar-
XYhoop Staff, Debate Team,
Student Council, Commission-
er of Forensics, TVorship
Chairman of Y-Teens, 473435
C. S. F. Publicity Manager.
Greene, Barbara Rae
General: Y-Teens '44, '45g
Tumbling: Team '44, '45, Red
Cross Council '44g Holiday
Park '-155 Prom Committee,
Junior Glee '46g Commerce
Club, Mixed Glee, Argus Staff
'47-'-18g G. A. A. Council'44,'45g
G. A. A. '46.
Merchandising: Paint n'
Patches '46, '47-'48, Hi-Y '47-
'48'4Sg Football '45, '46, 447-'48g
Junior Play: Senior Play.
Liberal Arts: Glee Club '44,
'-45: Red Cross Council '44, '47-
'4S: Holiday Park '-45: French
Club 316: Science Club '47-'4S.
Hansen, Margaret Kay
General: Paint n' Patches '46,
'47-'4S1 .lunior Play Staff: Ar-
gus Staff, Dance Group '47-
45g Senior Play Staff.
Liberal Arts: Orchestra. '44,
'45, '46, '47-'48g Freshman
Treasurer, Red Cross Council
'-155 G. L. Council, Argus Staff
General: Spanish Club '-145
Commercial Club '46..
Liberal Arts: Band '44, '45, '46,
'47-'4S3 Junior Play Staff,
Treasurer of Girls League '47-
'48: Band Shows '44, '45, '46,
Liberal Arts: Hi-Y '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48, Lettermen's Club '45,
'46, President of Lettermen's
Club '47-'48, Football '44, '45,
'46, '47-'48, All County Foot-
ball '46, Basketball '44, '45,
'46, Captain '47-'48, Track '45,
'46, '47-'48, Baseball '44, So-
phomore Class Presiden t,
Council '46, l-li-Y Vice Presi-
fllegnt '46, Hi-Y Secretary '47-
wa K' ,,
Liberal Arts: Orchestra '-14.
'45, '46, '47-'48, Band Show '45,
Dance Program '465 Argl-IS
Hough, Eileen Margaret
Secretarial: Red Cross Council
'44, '45, Glee Club '44, '45, Solo
Class '46, Mixed Chorus '47-
'48, Catering Club '45, Y-
gc-gens, Commercial Club '47-
Agriculture: F. F.A. '44, '45,
'46, '47-'48, Hi-Y '45, '46, '47-
'4S, Lettermen's Club '46, '47-
'48, Band '46, '47-'48, Fresh-
man Council, Football '45, '46,
J 4 ,Q
Hutton, La Vonna
Liberal Arts: Transfer from
San Francisco '44, Glee Club
'45, '46, '47-'48, Y-Teens, Bible
Club '46, Science Club '47-'48.
Cooperative Training: Junior
Play, Thespians '46, '47-'48,
Liberal Arts: Lettermen's Club
'47-'-133 Basketball '46, '47-'4Sg
Secretary-Treasurer of Boy's
Industrial: Hi-Y "4-4, '45, '47-
'48, Secretary of H1-Y '46g Let-
termerfs Club '45, '46, V109
President of Lettermerfs Club
'47-'48gg Football '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48g Basketball '44, '453
Baseball '44g Track '45,
Secretarial: Art Club '47-'48
Industrial: L-etterme1i's Club
'45, '46, '47-'48, Secretary of
Lettermexrs Club '47-'48, Hi-Y
'463 Treasurer of Hi-Y '47-'48g
Football '45. '-16: All County
Football '47-'48, Track '45, '46,
'47-'48, Captain '46.
101165, ViC'f01' Kazarian, Dan
Agriculture 'nd luiberal Arts: V 4. .-
F.F.A. '44,d'45, '46, '47-'48, lnduhmal'
Secretary '47-'48, Track '46,
'47-'48, Science '47-'48,
General: Transferred from Vi-
salia '46, Paint n' Patches '461
Science Club '47-'48g Senior
Council '47-'48g '46-'47 Junior-
Senior Prom Programg Senior
King, Charles King, Bill
Bible Club '46, '47-'48, Secre-
tary '46g Glee '47-'4SZ Band '46,
'-173485 Orchestra '44, '45,
Kunkel, Juanita Joyce
L i b e r al Arts: Transferred
from Garden Groveg Mixed
Laird, Myrtle lane
Liberal Arts: Red Cross Coun-
cil '44, '45, President '-155 Girls
League Council: Y-T e e n sg
Holiday Park, Band Show '44,
'-155 Junior Playg .T u n io r
Statesmen '46, '47-'48, Treasur-
er '47-'48g G. A. A. '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48, Council '45, '46, '47-'48,
Secretary - Treasurer '46-'47,
County Council '45-'46: Chev-
ron Club '47-'48g Junior Class
Treasurer, Senior Play Staff,
Argus Staff '47-'48,
Liberal Arts: Junior States-
men '44, '45, '46, '47-'48, Parlia-
menturian '45, '46, President
'46-'47, Mayor of San Joaquin
Valley '47-'48, Associate Edi-
tor of Junior Statesmen
Paper, Hi-Y '44, '45-'46, Paint
'n Patches '44, '45, '46-'473
Band Show ,443 Forensics
Club '46, '47-'48, Letterman's
Club '47-'48, Basketball '44,
'45, '46, 47-'48, Beseball '4-45
Tennis '46, '47-'48, Freshman
Class President, Sophomore
Vice President, Junior Coun-
cilg President of "Rec" '46-'47g
Publicity Manager for S. B.
'47-'42, Student Council '44,
Langdon, Marjorie Lou LHTSOU, 1011
Liberal Arts: Paint n' Patches Irlflulitfiill-
'44, '45, '46, '47-'48,
from Maywood, Ill, Science
Senior Class Autnqraqhs
La Thorpe. Bill
Lawry, Alina L.
Illdllstliiflli FIOQYPHU '44. '45C Secretarial: Freshman Coun-
Baseball 44, 40. 46, '47-'-N 1-il '-14: Sophomore Treasurerp
Liberal Arts: Band '44, '45, '463
Junior-Senior Prom Program
'46, Art Club '47-'48, Vice
President '47-'48, Tennis Club
'47-'48, Vice President '47-'48g
Hi-'Y '47-'48, Christmas Dance
Program '47-'48 B a s e b all
Manager '45, '46g Tennis Team
Red Cross Couneil '47-'48.
Lewis, Mollie Marie
Secretarial: Y-Teens '44, Glee
'44, '45, '47-H183 Solo Class '46,
Junior Statesrnen '45, '46g
Holiday Park '45, Bible Club
'46g Junior-Senior Prom '46,
Argus Staff '47-'48g Comrner-
cial Club '47-'48, President
Gen eral. ,
Linker, Jeanne Eplei'
Merchandisirg: .l u n io r Red
Cross 'Hg Catering Club '46.
Merchandising: Mexicali Club
Lorenzo. Mary Anne MH1"fi11h0, Eva
Secretarial: Commercial Club Secfetafia-12 Glee Club '44, '45,
46. '47-'48: Glee '47-'-18. '47-'48g Commercial Club
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Liberal Arts: Hi-Y '44, '45, '46,
'47-'4S: Band '44, '-455 Student
Council '44, '45: Lettermen's
Club '45, '46, '47-'483 Junior
Statesmen '46, '47.'4S3 "B"
Football '44, "C" Basketball
'44: "C" Track '44, Foot-
ball '46, '4T-'-483 "A" Basket-
ball '45, ,46, '47-'4S3 TraCk '45,
'-16. '47-'4X: All County Foot-
ball '46, '4T-,45. Captain '-17:
All County Basketball '46, '47-
'4S3 Iwesirleiit Freshman
Class. Hi-Y '4-lt Sophomore
President '45: Senior Class
May, Gelqldille Mendets, Inge
L ' 'hd A
Mendonca. John David
General: Boys Glee '44g Mixed
Glee '47-HIS: Automotive Club
'-16: Freshman Council '44,
Miller, David Leroy Milor, Howard Allen
General: Band '44, '45, '46, '47- Merchandising: Junior Class
'4Sg Swimming '47-'48. Play '46,
, , I , Mm, V
Moore, Jr., VVal1ace VV.
Liberal Arts: Science Club 545,
'47-'48g Forensic Club '47- 439
Manager Basketball, Track
'44, '45g Tennis '461 War-
Whoop Staff '47-'48.
General: W'ar VVhoop Staff '46g
Argus Staff '47-'48, "C" Track
'44, "B" Football '45, '46g "B"
Track '45: Vice President Sen-
ior Class '47: Advanced Journ-
' alism '47-'48.
Liberal Arts: Basketball '46
,wif 2? K
,J4"i' , SIQ 4 ,'
Bookkeeping: Future Home-
niakers of America '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48, Vice President '47-'4S.
Liberal Arts: Junior States-
General: Commercial Club '47- men '44, '45, '46, '47-'48, Re-
cording Secretary '45, Presi-
dent '47-'4S, Junior States-
men Summer School at Mills
'47, Paint n' Patches '44, '45,
Thespians '45, '46, '47-'48, Or-
chestra '44, '45, '47-'48, Band
- '45, Argus Staff '45, '47-'4S
Junior Play '46, C. S. F. '45,
'46 '47-'48, Girls League Rep-
resentative '44, '45, Secretary
Girls League '46: Vice Presi-
dent Junior Class '46, Vice
President Student Body '47:
Corresponding' Secretary of
Junior Statesmen '46, Fresh-
man class yell leader '44, Sen-
Nelson, Ina 'lean
'48, Home Economics Club '46,
Home Project Council Repre-
Occlen, John Russell Qrnelas, Tony
Industrial: Band '45, '46, '47- Agriculture: F. F. A. '44, '45,
'48l '46, '47-'48, Lette-rmen's Clul,
'46, '47, Football '45, Track
'45, '46, '47-'4S.
Liberal Arts: Transferred.
Lettermen's Club '46, '47-'-iS:
Student Council '47-'4Sg Bas-
ketball '46, '47-'48, Captain
'47-'-LS: Football '46, '47-'-185
President Boys' Federation
11487-'4Sg Basketball' 45: Track
Perkins, Barbzmra June
Liberal Arts: Glee Club '44g
Advanced G-lee Club '45g War
XV1ioop Staff '46g Junior
Statesmen '47-'4Sg Argus Staff
'47-'-48: Senior Play Staff:
French Club '46-'47g Y-Teens
H145 "Holiday Park" Band
Perry, james Eddie
Industrial: Automotive Club
Phillips, Louise Pittman, Robert
Quiroz, Chabiel Benjamin Rabe, Janet May
Industrial: Baseball '44, Foot- Merchandising: Band '44, '46,
ball '46, '47-'48. Liberal Arts: Christmas Pa-
'47-'4sg Bible Club '46, G. A.A
'44, '46, '47.
General: Catering Club '46,
'47-'48, Mexicali Club '46, '47-
'4S: Forensics Club, Commer-
cial Club '47-'48g drama pro-
duction "Nine Girls" '46'
Dance Group '46, '47-'48,
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it 557' -V Q 2
Redelspe1'ge1', Anita Reed, Dfflffeu
Secretarial: Future Homemak- VOCatiOf121l-
ers of America '44, '45, Bible
Club '-161 Y-Teens, Commer-
cial Club '47-'4S.
Agriculture: Future Farmers
of America '44, '45, '46, '47-'48g
izgvanced Band '45, '46, '47-
General: Orchestra '45, '46,
Rggha, Ngd ROpC1', DCHZH
Liberal Arts: Christmas Pag- AgI'iCU1tUI'6-
Ruiz, Raymond G. Ryals, Irene
Liberal Arts: Band '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48, Science Club '45, Or-
chestra '46, '47-'48g Radio Club
Clarinet Quartet '46, Christ-
mas Play, Swing Trio, Pep
Band, Lettermen's Club '47-
'48g Track '44, '45, ,46, '47-'4sg
Assistant Drum Major '46,
Drum Major '47-'48g Senior
Industrial: Band '44, '45, '46,
'47'-'48, Lettermen's Club, Sci-
ence Club '47-'48, Swimming
Secretarial: Glee Club '44, '45, Liberal Arts: C. S. F., Y-TSGIIS,
-455 yqpeens '45, '46, '47-'45, Science Club, Prom Commit-
Comrnercizil Clull, CYS. Sen-
ior yell leader '41-H183 U' L- S0-
Secretarial: Paint n' Patches
'44, '45, '46, '47-'48, Y-Teens,
Band Program '44, Orchestra,
Junior Statesmen '45g Junior
Play, Vkfar-XVhoop Staff '46,
Freshman yell leader, Red
Cross Council, Sophomore yell
leader, Paint n' Patches Sec-
retary '45, G. L. Cabinet, Paint
n' Patches Vice President, As-
sistant yell leader '46, Senior
Smith. I. B. Smith, Martha Jeanne
Yocationnl and Automotive: Merclianclisingz Glee Club '44,
Automotive Club '40, '45, '47- "-15: G. A. A. '46, '47-'-133 Sen-
'43- ioi' Play.
f' 0 '
Liberal Arts: Glee Club '44,
'45, French Club '46.
Souza. Elinore Stalk, Rllby
General: Band '46, 147-143, Genergtlz Y-Teens '45, Art Club
General: Catering Club '45:
Senior Council, President Art
Stout, Audrey Mae
Secretarial: Y-Teens, Vic e
President of Commercial Club.
G. L. Council '47-'48.
G e n e r 2111 Transferred from
Santa Ana, Californiag Song
Straight, Jo Anne
Liberal Arts: Paint n' Patches
'44, '45, '46, '47-'483 Y-Teens
'44, '45g C. S. F. '453 Junior
Statesmen '46, '47-'48, G. A.A
Dance Group '46g S. B. Socia
Sturgeon, Dane W.
Liberal Arts: Lette'1'men's Club
'45, '46, '47-'48g Hi-Y '44, '45,
'46, '47-'48, President '47-'48g
Junior Play, Forensics Club
'47-'4Sg Freshman Councilg
Sophomore Council: Football
'44, '45, '46, '47-'4S: Basketball
'44, '45, '46, '47-'4Sg Baseball
'44g Track 45, '46, '47-'48, Jun-
ior Class Presidentg Senior
Class Presidentg Student
Council '46, '47-'48g Senior
Swall, David Lee
Liberal Arts: Junior States-
men Treasurer '47-'-185 Foot-
ball '44, '45, '46, '47-'48,
Secretarial: Commercial Club
Home Project Council '47-'48,
Liberal Arts: Hi-Y '45, '46, '47-
'4S: Letterme-n's Club '46, '47-
'4S: Basketball '45, '46, '47-'4S:
Football '46, '47-'4S: Baseball
'45, '46, '47-'4Sg Junior Class
Transferred from FTQSQO1 Cali-
fornia '46g Merchandwmgi Y'
Teens '46, '47-'48g President
Ton, Allan Torres, Ermilo H.
IHd11St1'ia1. Industrial: Mexicali Club '45,
'47-'48g Baseball '47-'48.
Van, Floyd -
Industrial: Automotive Club
Liberal Arts: Girl Reserves
'44g Orchestra '44, '45, '46, '47-
'4Sg Junior Statesmen, Paint
n' Patches '45, '46, '47-'48g Sen-
ior Council, Senior Treasurer,
Christmas Dance Chairman,
G. A.. A. and Tennis '46, '47-'49:
Chevron Club '47-'-48.
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'45, '46, Track '44, '45, '46, '47-
lYz1te1's, Seeta Ann
Liberal Arts: Dance Commit-
tee '46, '47-'48, G. A. A. '47-'4Sl
Sophomore Council, S e n i o r
VVade, Joyce Colleen
Secretarial: Glee Club '44, Y-
Teens '46, Service Chairman
of Y-Teens '47-'48g Commer-
cial Club '47, '48.
Industrial: Band '44, '45, '46:
Automotive Club '46, Baseball
General: F. F. A. '44, '45, '469
Football '46, '47-'4S.
Vtfhite, Lula Vaughn
Liberal Arts: Future Home-
makers of America '44, '45, '46,
'47-'48, Aviation Club '45gJun.
ior Council, Y-Teens '46, '47-
'4Sg President of F. H. A. '47-
'48. Treasurer of F. H. A. '46,
G. A, A. '47-'48, C. S. F, '47,
'48g Senior Play Staff: Chair-
man of refreshments for
Egomg VVar-XVhoop Staff '47-
lYhiteside. George llfliitney, Irina Leone
Industrial: Band '44, '45, '46, Secretarial: C. S. F. '45, '46,
'47-'4Sg Automotive Club '46, G166 Club '45.
Liberal Arts: Y-Teens '44, '45,
Treasurer '45, C. S. F. '44, '46,
'46, '47-'48, President '46, Jun-
ior Statesmen '45, '46, '47-'48,
Holiday Park '45, Junior Play
Staff, Vifar-Vifhoop Staff, Prom
Committee, S e C r e t a r y of
French Club '46, Advanced
.T o u r n a 1 i s m, Argus Staff,
Chevron Club, Student Coun-
cil '47-'48, G. A. A. '46, '47-'48g
Dance Group '46, Freshman
Council, Sophomore Secretary,
Junior Treasurer, G.A.A.
Council, G. L. President, C. S.
F. Publicity Manager '47-'48,
Senior Play Staff.
Liberal Arts: Hi-Y '46, Prom
Committee, Junior Play '46,
liettermenks Club '46, '47-'48:
tlrziinzi nroclurtion "SllIJDl'9SSGd
Desires", SB. Treasurer '47-
'48Z Football '44: Track '44,
'45, '46, '47, 483 Senior Play.
General: Future Farmers of
America '44, '45, Radio Club
Liberal Arts: Transferred from
Fresno, California: Baseball
'46, '47-'4S: Football, Basket-
ball '47-'-lS, Lettermen's Club
VVise1nan, Susan Maria
Liberal Arts and Secretarial:
Y-Teens '44g Orchestra '45, '46,
'47-'48g Junior Play Staffg
Junior Statesmen '46, '47-'48,
Secretary and Clerk '47-'48,
G. L. VVelfare Chairman, Sec-
retary of Senior Class.
Y adon, Vernal
Liberal Arts: Paint n' Patches
'44, '45, Thespians '46, '47-'48,
Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, '47-'48, Jun-
ior Statesmen '45, '46, Junior
Play, Prom Committee '46,
Lettermen's Club '47-'48: Stu-
dent Council '44, '46, '47-'48,
Freshman President: Junior
President, Junior Class Coun-
cilg Student Body President
'47-'48, Football '45, '47-'48,
Swimming '45, '46, '47, '48. Sen-
Yeary. Zora Lee
Liberal Arts: Y-Teens '44. ' ,
Secretary '44, C. S. F., Fres-
Yocliarun, Aleene Catherine
man Council '4-4: J u n io r
a, '46, '47-'4S3
Treasurer '45, '46: G. L. Coun-
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'4S: Council '45, Vice President
'46, President '47-'4S: Argus
Staff '46, '47-'-XS: Junior Coun-
cil. French Club, XVar-XYhoop
Staff '46: Chevron Club, Stu-
dent Council '47-'4S.
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J UNIOR CLASS COUNCIL
First Row: Charlie Shields, John Semoes, Duane Smith, Howard Spender, Miss Ann Kenyon. Second Row: Tom Lam-
Dee, Earlene Dillard, Margaret Elkins, Alice Ichinago, Barbara Egeline, Juanita Sumruld. Third Row: Priscilla
Pearce, Betty Souza. Doris Young, Betty Lou Hill,
The Juniors of '48 started off the year with a
blaze of glory. Doris Young, class secretary and
Prom chairman, was elected student body Queen,
and Doris Paggi was presented as Football Queen
at the :Football Stars Dance" given by the class
in honor of our teams.
Charlie Shields, president, Duane Smith, vice
president, Doris Young, secretaryg and Alice Ichi-
naffo treasurer and the council members were
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so efficient it Was voted to keep them for the
Pat Coyle and? Charlie Shields lead the class
to success in f'We Shook the Family Tree," Jun-
ior, Play, presented on December 6th,
On May 14, the gym became a beautiful Span-
ish garden for t'La Fiesta" the ,Junior-Senior
Prom. It was a very gay and colorful affair this
year and a perfect finale for a successful yearq
Prom Cihflllfllldll SPOIISOV ,Pl'CSiU'CllLL
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First Row: Alvarez, Sanders, Blaylock, Smith, Lewis, Gallagher, Lahann, Lampe, Cox, Johnson, lflnos, lriurnette, ,l'i-
per, Mello. Set-ond liow:XVi1liarns, Davis,Ga1'isson,Olson, Grissom, Shepherd, Nelson, Canby, Vzlsques, ldlliott,
Perry, Kieth, Carroll, Borgeson, Borner, VVayne. 'l'hi1-fl Row: Blaine, Courtney, Miller, Curtis, Peterson, Nixon, Nel-
son, Wall, Alford, Farrell, Smith, Smith, Gomes. Fourth Riow: Brown, Simrnerly, Rico, Martindale, Cardoza, Dillarrl.
Northway, Mills, liller, Lynch, Bass, Soares, Blevins, Cox. Fifth Row: Viera, XVilliams, Sortor, Peterson, Guerrin.
Malalonee, Taylor, Dunlap, lchinaga, Elkins, Vasques, Lawrence, Cox. Sixth Row: Byrd, Sparks, Higdon, Hender-
son, Griswold, Guevas, Souza, Leonard, Nelson, Garcia, Peterson, Long, Catron, Costa, Hickman, Sweeney. Seventh
Row: lflode, Crane, Hogan, Anthony, Pasrgi, Domingues, Hatter, Atkisson, Miller, Van Etten, Coyle, Sanchez, Guer-
rero, Ramirez, Ruiz, Barnett, Jones, lfrunty.
First Row: Sanders, Davis, O'Keith, Evans, Queen, Hale, Fleeman, Bringham, Lampe, Cox, Shields, Lahann, John-
son, Second Row: Vasques, Canby, Crawford, Rush, 'Wortner, Aldaco, Gallagher, Arends, Elliott, Johnson, Keith,
Nyswonger, Schultz, Buttram, Lucas, Bassett. Third Row: Soares, XVolf-Jones, Allen, Balaam, Carr, Jones, Lemon,
Jones, Pelay, Blevins, MacMillan, Sturgeon, Range, Mannen, McKinney. Fourth Row: Aharonian, Sumruld, Carey,
LaMarsna, NYilson, Lawrence, Peterson. Jones, Mueller, Howard, XVeatherman, Vasques, Christanson, Andrews. Fifth
Row: Freve, Helsley, Ledbetter, Pimentel, Nichol, Pearce, Olson, Tristas, Coates, Young, VVhittaker, Morrison, VVa-
ters, Menezes. Sixth Row: Kenyon, Saltman, Sparks, Philpot, Irwin, Swall, Xvhite, Souza, Parsons, Jarrett, llossiter,
.r eiez, Hopper, Campbell, Leth.
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First Row: Curtis, liuyliendale, Cahello, Grissom, Brazil, Lewis, l:'iper, Polson, Alexander, Fleeman, Pedroncelli
Nyswonger, Pnrify, Hailey. Second Row: Johnston, Bowman, Bryant, Porter, Compton, French, Baker, Metlavern
Angell, Byrd, Upchurch. Third Row: Turner, Reyes, Lopez, Lopez, Sager, LaMarsna, VVhisman, Sanders, Hill, Baker
Sfeclricli, Brown, Johnson, Siward. Fourth Row: XY1'ay, Howard, Choate, Rice, Montiero, Head, Dillingham, Xavier
HDill, Fisher, Angell, Chan, Beaty, 'Williams Fifth Row: Swererton, Marquez, Senoes, Reedy, Renaud, NVeaver
Hayes, Souza, Curdoza, Allen, Peflroncelli, Ables, Castor, Huddleston, Egeline, Gallagher, Aldaco, Cates. Sixth Row
Treadwell, Sullivan. Barrera, Endtholl, Bailey, Rogers, Ornelas, Lucas, Looper, Felipe, Caetano, Blackwood, Rocha
Brown, Rocha, XVatts, Corter, Cross, Proudfoot.
MEMBERS NOT IN CLASS PICTURES
First Row: Padilla, Sepeda, Boesh, Morris, Second Row: Spen-
cer, Bringham. Third Row: Rogers, Leffew, Sheley.
Eh-st Row: Jimmie Bryant, Jim Curry, Bill Young, Buddy Babb, Keith Sandrock, Ralph XVoods, Joan Carroll, Helen
Lxrant, Mr. Colby. Second Row: Lois Schultz, Patsy Payne, Yvonne Bugg, Norma Starling, Barbara Freitas, Delores
Price, Bob Garrison. Third Row: Levera Teixeira, Margaret 'NVhitten, Xvinifred Cottengim, Pat Shaw, Barton Smith.
This years sophomore class was one of the
largest in the history of Tulare High. It started
its activities for the year by electing an all-girl
officer body. Helen Grant was chosen president,
Patsy Payne for vice president, Lucille Lawrence
secretary and Lois Schultz treasurer. The class
council and members sold refreshments at two
football games and porn-poms at another.
Second semester officers were, Helen Grant,
president, Lois Schultz, vice presidentg Levera
Teixeira, secretary and Pat Shaw, treasurer,
Spring activities included serving for the Prom
and decoration of the stage for senior graduation.
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'Pop Row: Balham, Cook, Mannen, l-lenniger, Ross, Scott, Sandrock, Turk. Second Row: Bugg, Blackwill
Rogers, Carter, Treadwell, Kahne, Freitas, Christiason, McCaulley, XVhitten, I-Iarter, VVitt, Mendias
Deniz, Adkins, Coelho, Carroll, Souza, Hays, Nichols, Colpein, Schott, Johnston, Smith, Jones, Lawrence
Fourth Row: Fuller, Stephenson, Faulkner, Baker, Borges, Bedwell, Barnett, Sparks, Starling, Jones, Jame-
son. Shaw, Mills. Fifth Row: Dodds, Bettencourt, Swall, Price, Dodd, Donaldson, Davis, Noble, De 'Witt
Brown, Labor, Smay, Sylver, Lawrence, Ornellas. I
Top Row: Elvis, Carrillo, Calloway, Kirby, Dyer, Taylor, Hardeman, Younger, Borges, Beauchamp, Bedwell
Clark. Second Row: Young, Mello, Eller, Garrison, Queen, Markgraf, Hood, Chenowith, XVarren, Skaggs
Poole, Bullock, Turnupseed, Simpson, Jacobo, Anaya, Bardesis. Third Row: Ketten, VVi11iams, Hubble, Rus-
sell, Hand, Dowell, Scott, Stagner, Rossiter, Meitzenheimer, Holcombe, Cheatham, McGlogthlen, Stewart
Hayes. Fourth Row: Maxey, Miller, Fahrney, Jones, Beck, Batista, Ferriera, Bryan, Smart, Fields, Hoffman
Nuckols. Fifth Row: Bridges, Jackson, Churchman, Spawn, Warreiw. Cabello, Howell, Echols, Beck, Phil-
Olierg, l-lovannisian, Adair, Marshall, Allen, Carrerio, Parreira, Ferriera, Cunha, Mr. Colbv. Third Row:
Top Row: Hudson, McPherson, Gipson, Kreider, Castillo, Naugle, Bass, Mitchell, Nunez, Smith, Garlock,
Phillips, Harrison, Shelton. Second Row: XVolfe-Jones, Ortega, Perez, Harper, Carillo, Stark, Phillips, Soto,
Petrelis McClure, Huddleston, Hunt, Brown, Spicer, Hanks. Third Row: Smith, Moore, Madrano, XVrig'ht,
MacMillan Hernandez, Downes, Phillips, Babb, Kanady, Tuggle, Jauhall, Johnson, Smith. Fourth Row:
Christiaseu, XYilsou, Martinez, Grant, Schultz, Compton, Roark, Cottengim, Cook, Moore, Jones, Hahsey,
Easley, Cunningham, Bryant, Dobbins, Ross, XVooclring, Easter, Plummer, Baker, Quintana, Ludden, Dun-
lap. Fifth Row: Findley, Torrez, Trujillo, Stapp, Hopkins, Fowler, Ortega, Domingues, Sencal, Teixeiro,
Aguilera, Cortez, Riley, Newman.
Top Row: Crisp, Strong, Crisp, Lackey, Martinez, Vinson,- Castleberry, XVard, Newman, Coulter, Del Re
ljvoian XVaites. Vincent, Tustison, Ingle, Greaver, Collins, Card, Cottle, Alexander, Lyles. Second Row:
P5rify,YJoh12ston, Andrews, Riley, Scott, Gillihan, Bryant, Jones, Enclthoff, Gipson, Buckley, Bryant
XYhee1er, Fossett, TVest Allen. Third Row: Clark, Ste ward, Davis, Xifilliams, Mcl-'herson, McKeen, Costa
Sisson, Alves, Biggers, Shahan, Ray, Garrison. Fourth Row: Milor, Harrison, Groce, Dykes, Ables, Martin
Jewell, O'Keith, Crawford, King, Ely, Coavas, Steenbergen. Fifth Row: Hardesty, Angell, Smith, Aguirra
Haw, Cottle, Johnston, Miller, Parker, Thompson, Nelson, Miller.
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First Row: Leo Boghosian, Tom Hodges, Ambrose Ben ton, Alfred Tuggle, Donald Butts, Jude Nelson, Bobby
Jackson, Miss Oleson. Second Row: Gordon YVilson, Eulalio Urquiza, .loe Fernandes, Bob Le Fond, Jean
Simpson. Ruth Field, Joan Blaine. Bettye Egeline, Lorraine Egeline, Lorraine Girado. Third Row: Barbara Mc-
Coxvan, Barbara Aire. Jeanette Redelsperger, Noviline Vincent, Kathryn Chenowith.
An enthusiastic group of four hundred and
fifty Freshmen entered TUHS in September and
has shown by its wholehearted participation in
all school activities that it is an outstanding
First semester activities were led by Bobby
Jackson, presidentg Margaret Toledo, vice presi-
dentg Betty Egeline, secretaryg and Ruth Field,
treasurer. These officers were ably followed in
the second semester by Tom Hodges, presidentg
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Two assembly programs were presented by
the Freshmen-the first one being the Freshman
day program in September and the second one
a basketball rally. Class members sold refresh-
ments at the Delano football game, assisted in
decoration for the Junior Prom, and closed the
year's activities by being in charge of decoration
for the baccalaureate service.
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Eze-ll, Philpot, Courtney, Jarrett, Galaviz, Boyd, Varges, Purify, Anaya, Vasques, Cobb, Alvarez, Second Row: Hodges,
Bonds, Crawford, Tugglen Houoh, Huff, XVallac'e, Jensen, Baiza, Carmichal, Corter, Luton, Canchola, Adams, Souza,
Velardeiz, C?l.l'I'lll0, Rocha, Sanders, Alvarez, Salles. Third Row: Hare, Johnson, Menes, Cane, Niday, Carreiro, Donald-
son, Compton, Shahan, Mendoza, Hanson, Parmer, Renfro, Johnson. Fourth Row: Oleson, Ramirez, Girardo, Carinelli,
I'retzer', Caneiro, Hoffman, Rabe, Blevins, Rogersn Field, Barley, Boghosian, Lizh t, Cullum, Fornasero. Fifth
Row: Donaldson, Ramirez, Costales, Aguilern, Fox, Davidson, Costley, Quintana, Dotsen, W'ardlow, Simpson, Thomp-
son, Fox, Roper, Stuart.
Top Row: liuckmaster, Miller, La Fond, Sephus, Masterson, Heinz, Cross. Second Row: Egeline, Cox, Genter, Vfright
Earles, Gonzales. Third Row: Garcia, VVi1te, XVhite, Booker, Duncan, Dominquez, Souza, Dibble, Rankin, Rodriquez
Kinyon, Coelho, Preston, Cleghorn, Enes, Gordon. Fourth Row: Stewart, Hamilton, Stowers, Cotta, Fernandez,
Borgeson, Avila, Luck, Eohols, Monteiro, Rhoades, Powell, Hubble, Santos. Fifth Row: Bryan, Bridges, Cook, Kidd,
Herr, Atchison, Magar, XYoods, Gallegher, Perri, Green, Williams. Sixth Row: Cotton, Torres, Mallory, Crain, Stotts,
lVallace, Hatter, Earles, Mendias, Sylvia, Renteria, Ake, Martin, Spitter, Mulligan, Edwards.
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Laird. Czulenliead, Nelson, Moore, XYatlie, Moss, Francis, Shirley, Telford, Pearce, Price, Rice, Nielson, Nixon, Olson
Rountree, Sparks, IN-ttlt, Howard, Third Row: Uarroll, Burgess, Jarfis, Luton, Foester, Bentley, McArthur, Harris
Chenoweth, Casey, l-Kruse, Mello, Head, Mureli. Vincent, Sanchez, Fry, Pena, Roby. Fourth Row: Fine, Johnson, Nial-
lonie, Skelton, Ethridge, Thorndike, Brown, lflnierson, Fletcher. Moore, Toledo, Vincent, Harris. Fifth Row: Sinclair
Bell. Robertson. May, lithridge. Ryzils, Rowe, Mayer, Hunter, Martinho, Serpa, McClane, Hanson, Hedelsperger, Mil-
ler, Menezes, Bryant, Yincilette, Sanchez, Nolden.
Top ron: Burrough, Padilla, Ramirez, Nunez, Elder, Urquiza, Pearson, Tinney, Jackson, Mitchell, Council.
Ezell, 'xYelch, McLaughlin, Myers, Couchman, Philpot, Mendoza, Kanady. Second row: Thieme, Yan I-Iouten,
Carclozo, Bejerano, Curtis, XValker, Fernandes, Butts, XVallcer, Ruble, Vasquez, Nelson, Gosvenor, Luton,
Nagel, Higdon. Lantz, Jackson, Rocha, Souza, Carrillo, Holland. Third Row: Guante, Salgado, Silva, Pair-
more, XYilliams, Mills, Sullivan, Babb, XYood, Blevins, Hiatt, Girton, Kent, Bentley, Canchola, Jones. Fourth
row: Garcia, Ortiz, Rodriguez, Salman, Franklin, Davis, Jauhall, Hays, Baline, Baldwin, Hood, Riley,
Crawford. Jacks. Fifth l'01V! Mcffaskill, McCullough, Rossiter, Rogers, Siegnian, Jones, Machado, Finch,
Shirley, Alexander, McClure, Dyer, Snow, Michigan, l"ic:1nso, Moody, Moorhead.
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It is a traditional idea here at Tulare High to have
a Christmas program. This program is usually put on
by the glee clubs and orchestra in a sacred manner.
This year a program of outstanding worth was pre-
sented to the student body. The beauty of the Whole
program was felt by the entire audience.
The idea of the program Was living Christmas
cards. The lighting, costuming, and music helped to
make this very fine program an outstanding entertain-
ment of the year.
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The first move toward reliev-
ing the overcrowded conditions
at T. U. H. S. was the letting of
contract for a ten classroom
unit to be constructed west of
the Administration Building.
Ground - breaking ceremonies
were held on a cold, misty day
in April of this year. Student
body and administration officials
approached the speakers' stand
while the high school band play-
ed. Student Body President
Vernal Yadon gave a short his-
tory of Tulare High School. Su-
perintendent D o n o V a n Cart-
wright presented the enrollment
picture of Tulare area and in-
troduced Mr. Delos Howard,
president of the school board,
who turned the first spadeful of
soil. Dr. Clayton Gill delivered
the invocation, the band played
again, and construction was of-
ficially under way.
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Dane Sturgeon, Quentin Ely, Martha Jean Smith
The Senior Class play t'Nothing But the Truth," a
comedy in three acts, was one of the outstanding mo-
ments for the seniors,
Robert Bennett, Dane Sturgeon, makes a bet with
his friends to refrain from telling lies for twenty-four
hours. Marilynn Eubank, as his girl Gwen, played op-
posite him, and along with an above average cast and
director Mr. Race Kent, they all Went to make a fine,
Sue Evans, Vernal Yadon, Suzanne Cairns
Donna Fall, Ford Willson, Marlynn Eubank, Bearce, Colleen lifilliaigms, 'Raymond Scott
Dot Newman, Linfred Hallows Russel Sarge
Margaret Hansen, Lula XVhite, Director Kent, Robert
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Majorettes: Joan XYatke, Esther Gallagher, Nancy Moody, Hope Trujillo, Alice Michigan, Betty Souza, Gwen
Telford. Drum Major: Raymond Scott.
The band, under the direc-
tion of Lyle LeRette, began a
very successful year by giv-
ing unique and colorful march-
ing shows for home football
games. Glamour was added to
the band by seven attractive
majorettes and our new drum
major, Raymond Scott. The
band strutted their stuff at
two Church parades, was
awarded a beautiful plaque
for participation in the Raisin
Bowl Ceremonies at Fresno
New Year's Day, Orange Bios-
som Festival, Hanford Home-
coming, Dairy Fiesta, Music
Week Parade, saw the band in
action marching. Adult Week-
End School Concert, Annual
Spring Concert, Mooney Grove
Outdoor Concert, and several
assembly programs kept the
band concertizing. Of course,
the highlight of the year was
receiving a Superior rating at
the Regional Music Festival.
First Row: Jimmy Bryant, Dale Faulkner, Ralph Hovanisian, 'Wayne Olson, Conrad Fulton, Chelsey Frye, Rich-
ard Oberg, Lois Martin, Harold Nixon, John Oden. Second Row: Bill Higdon, LeRoy Dyer, Jack Cain, Jerry
Sullivan, Jimmy Sullivan, Jeannette Reddlesperger, David Miller, Arnold Harrison, Barbara Baker, Harold
Jones, Norman Piper. Third Row: Ruth 'vVeatherman, Freda Riley, Eleanor Souza, Franklin Nlfilliams, Ann
Jones, Eleanor Hays, , Joe Ribeiro, Lelioy Cottengim, Jack Castleberry, Mary Carreiro, Eleanor Picanso, Doris
Lancaster. Fourth Row: Lorraine Mills, Eugene Vllortner, Nadine Olson, XN'ilma Johnson, Janet Rabe, Jack Sis-
son, 'Walter Smith, Louise Overstreet, Dorothy Caudle. Ln-ota Caudle, Darlene Putnman, Delores Cadona.
Members in band not present for the picture: Clifford Angell, Clayton Balaam, Clarence Balaam, Pat Hill, Earl
Lemon, Longene Kulbeth, Carl Pedroncelli, Robert Poison, Benny Quiroz, Loretta Senecal, Gene Sheley, David
Smith, Cleo Spicer.
Colleen XVilliams, Neta Hays, Susan XViseman, Pauline Skaggs, NVilma Beck, Pat Hill, Mrs. Brown
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The Girls' League had an active and in-
teresting year. One of the first activities was
the convention in Hanford early last fall. The
annual Faculty Tea was exchanged for a party
featuring a circus theme. A gay time was had
The Backward Dance, one of the outstand-
ing events in the year, was given in March.
Officers for the year were the following:
Colleen Vifilliams, president, Neta Hays, vice
president, Wilma Beck, secretary, Pat Hill,
treasurerg Pauline Skaggs, social chairman,
Susan Wisenian, welfare chairman, and spon-
sor, Mrs. Ada Brown.
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The Boys Federation, an organization com-
prised of all the boys at Tulare Union High
School, is a service organization. It aims to
assist in welfare work, The officers keep rec-
ords of all points won in athletics and recom-
mend awards accordingly.
The officers: Bob Paddock, president, Jim
Ichinaga, secretaryg Tom Lampe, Commission-
er of Athletics. Members of the Council are
chosen from each of the four classes: Bob
Hoegh, senior, Bill Cox, juniorg Duane Black-
Will, sophomore, Bob Ruble, freshmen.
Duane Blackwell, Jimmy Ichinaga, Bob Paddock, Bob Hoegh, Tom Lampe, Bill Cox, Bob Ruble, Mr. Helland
In first year woodshop, articles made by
hand are studied and created with small hand
tools. Second year students work on larger
projects, machine made cedar chests, book-
cases, and tables. Third year students act as
foremen for first year students and aid them
on projects in addition to making cabinets.
Ernest Lambrecht who has served Tulare Hi
as a basketball and track coach, is the instruc-
One of the most practical courses in Tu-
lare Hi is Auto Mechanics, Students see dem-
onstrations and Work on actual projects. Parts
for cars are made by the advanced classes.
Next year more machine shop instruction than
ever before Will be available to Tulare Hi. Del-
bert Solomon is the instructor.
First Row: lN'anda Ewing, Vlallace Moore, Mr. Yancey, Charles V Shields, Terry Blaine. Second Row: Craig
VVhite Helen Grant, La Quita Dillingham, Shirley Grant, Dane Sturgeon, Jess Land.
Under the direction of .lack Yancey, the
TUHS debate teams were very active this
year, entering practice debates in Fresno and
Hanford. Also Tulare Hi was represented by
the Debate Teams at the Spring Speech Festi-
val at Modesto and the invitational Speech
Meet in Hanford. The big event of the year
Was the first of May when Tulare played host
to the debate teams in the Conference Tourna-
ment. The question of all the debates was
Compulsory Arbitration of Labor Disputes.
A great amount of the fun in high school
is experienced at football and basketball games
Where the crowds go to yell. The Whole spirit
of the cheering section depends on the spirit
of the yell leaders and song leaders. The
leader must be peppy to arouse the spirit of
Betty Stephenson, head yell leader, and
her assistants, Doris Paggi and Patsy Payne,
have done a fine job, as Well, as the song lead-
ers, Lorraine Sullivan and Lucille Lawrence.
LORRAINE SULLIVAN BETTY STEPHENSON LUCILLE LAXVRENCE
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As in her other special departments, Tu-
lare Hi aims for the best, and the Agriculture
Department is no exception. Under the guid-
ance of Jesse Correll, Art Swenerton, Norman
XValker, and Robert Pederson, students learn
better and more modern methods of farming.
Our' school farm is the place Where students
raised cotton, hay, cattle, hogs, sheep, and
Our Agriculture Department takes time,
much hard Work and money, but the commun-
ity is repaid by the graduates who settle in
Tulare, better farmers because of their school-
The craft department is con-
sidered one of the nicest
courses in Tulare I-Ii. This de-
partment specializes in leath-
erwork, but also turns out
rings, costume jewelry, Wood
carving and almost any other
crafts. Students may find
future hobbies in this course,
and means of making extra
spending money. Mrs, Alta
Newcity directs the upper-
This year has been a busy
one for the 105 students in Be-
ginning Art and 50 in Advanc-
ed classes, under the direction
classmeng Art Boland has be-
ginning classes of handicraft.
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of Ann Kenyon. They helped
with the scenery for the
Christmas programs, the .lun-
ior play, Senior play, and the
Prom. The advanced students,
beside doing some excellent
posters, helped the school and
community by making signs,
murals, cartoons, and charts.
Charles Ross, Sophomore,
designed the T. U. H. S. mon-
ograms used in the Argus.
First Row: XYanda Ewing, Lula Von XVhite, Clellon Farrell. Second Row: Sue Evans, Conrad Fulton, Shirley
Grant. Robert McCallister, XYal1y Moore. Third Row: Ronnie Carr, Pat Hill, Sue Caldwell, Race Kent, Donna
Fall, Colleen NVilliamS.
Friday afternoon would be empty without
the Redskin XVar XVhoop. The paper, issued
under the direction of Race Kent, included the
events and happenings of the school, features,
advertising, and topics of general interest.
This is our chance to say thanks to a swell
group of kids, the War Whoop Staff.
Putting out an Argus is not an easy job,
but, regardless of the obstacles We have had to
overcome, it has been fun too. Our hope is
that the Argus will be Worth thework and
money that Went into it. We of the staff feel
Very honored to be able to serve Tulare Hi.
'First Row: Malcom Booker, Bob McCallister, Carl Pedronceilli, Ronald Carr, Susan XViseman, Barbara Perkins,
Pat Hill, Pat Northway, Martha Jean Smith, XVallace Moore. Second Row: Zora Yeary, Paul 'Wolfe-Jones, Col-
leen VVilliams, Donna Fall, Mr. Kent, Craig VVhite, Mollie Lewis, Barbara Green, Barbara Christensen. Third
Row: Joan Huffman, Pat Coyle, Marilyn Eubank, Dot Newman, Virginia Harmon, Lorraine Sullivan, Margaret
Stevenson. Fourth Row: Margaret Hansen, La Quita Dillingham, Joanne Lynch.
BIHH Eluh and Mixed Chorus
The Freshmen Girls Chorus started the
year by singing at freshmen's parents night.
The Mixed Chorus gave its vocal assistance
to the Christmas assembly and to an evening
Christmas program. Adult Week-end School
heard the Mixed Chorus next in an evening's
concert, and soon afterward, they presented
their numbers before the Rotary Club.
One of the big events of the year was the
participation of the Mixed Chorus and Girls'
Chorus in the annual Fresno Music Festival
where, it might be added, both groups made a
All during the year, small vocal ensem-
bles were called upon many times by city
clubs to assist in programs - valuable experi-
ence and service which all choral members
were glad to have and to give.
The year's work was fully and best pre-
sented in the spring concert, and evenings
program presented by both choruses in musi-
cal selections ranging from Bach to Copland.
First Row: Jake Gallagher, Norman Nsywonger, Paul Maxfield, Don Hood, Duane Blackwell, Ronald Council.
Second Row: James Armstrong, Gene Brown, Linfred Hallows, Johnnie Menclonca, Glen Lewis, Clyde Stagner,
Bill McLaughlin, Milton Sanders, Roy Buckmaster. Third Row: Norma l-layes, Bernice Kitchen, Barbara John-
ston, ,Pauline Colpien, Mollie Lewis, Dorothy Rogers, Clara NlcGevern, Alice Cook, Barbara Green, Molly Cabel-
lo, Mary Batista. Fourth Row: Lorraine Lawrence, Delores Price, Betty Lou Hill, Reane Charboneau, .lo Ann
Ledbetter, Delores Alves, YVinifred Cottengin, Nadine Fuller, Patsy Payne, Mr. Jones, Fifth Row: Carol Swall,
Margaret Spawn, Eileen Hough, Sue Caldwell, Eva Martinhc, Sharon Herr, Joyce Kunkel, Louise Moore.
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"YX'e Shook the Family Tree" was presented
this year by the Junior Class as their traditional
dramatic production. A joyful comedy about
the troubles of high school people and the fami-
lies who love them, the play was wonderfully
received by a sell-out audience.
It is difficult to pick out any who did super-
ior work, but Pat Coyle as the rebellious book
worm and Charles Shields as the boy Whose
mother refuses to let him grow up were charac-
ters who everyone lovetl and took to their
The stage-set, a creation by Miss Kenyon
and the art classes and by Mr. Vl7itte and the
stage craft classes was truly beautiful and cre-
ated a favorable mood for the play as soon as
the curtain was up.
Seated: Pat Coyle, Ethel Arentls, Jerry Burnett
Standing: Harold Alexander, Jackie Irwin,
George Mannen, 'Virginia Sortor, Charles Shields
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Climaxing a year full of accomplishments, the Tu-
lare High Orchestra, under the competent baton of
Theodore Molieski, Well may say, tilt was Work Well
On their unusually busy agenda, the orchestra
found time to play for the Junior and Senior plays,
the GAA dance program and other important events.
At the San Joaquin Valley Music Festival, the
orchestra Walked off with a rating of "excellent,"
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oboist, and Robert Polson, trombonist, received
ratings of 'tsuperiorf'
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groups and played for various service clubs down-
town, as well as sending numerous soloists to these
Better homemakers-that's the purpose of
the Home Economics Department. Five teach-
ers, Ruth Leth, Ernestine Cotta, Dorothy Bis-
sell, Annette Kenyon, and department head
Gladys Prunty, compose this group. Activities
are geared-to assist individuals to recognize
and seek solutions to personal and home prob-
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ily as a unit of society, to strive for a higher
standard of living, to develop a cultural back-
ground, as Well as a skill and knowledge of
home activities and to participate in commu-
nity planning. All this is done to preserve the
moral and spiritual value of living. Better
Top Row: .To Ann Ledbetter, Delores Price, Mi
ss Thorndike, Annette Fisher, Second Row: Doris Lancaster,
Russell Bearce, Ned Rocha.
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The annual membership drive for the Jun-
ior Red Cross was very successful from a per-
centage, as Well as financial, basis. The coun-
cil and members sponsored a Thanksgiving
Dance, the proceeds of which were sent to the
National Childrenls Fund.
Second semester activities included col-
lccting necessary articles and toys for gift
boxes for needy children, and knitting blocks
for an afghan to be sent to a veteran's hospi-
l Operated by the Associated Student Body,
the student store is a fine educational activity
that gives the student clerks experience in
making change and actual selling. It provides
last minute forgotten items for the student
Who has not been able to shop because of
riding the bus.
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Second Ruwv: Swall, Grant, Young, Fields, Peterson, Sc-rtor, Skaggs, Beck, Fisher, Christensen. Third Row:
Graliani, Shirley, Blaine, Smart, Grant, XYhiLe, Coyle, Dillingham, Box, VVilliamS. Fourth Row: Franklin,
Chenowetli, Fillippo, Telford, Baker, Fall Newman.
II. S. F.
The C. S. F. has had an interesting and ac-
tive year. Some of the many activities were
an officers conference, the Central Section
Convention, the District Conference in Tulare,
an initiation dinner, and the annual Ditch
Day. Something new this year was the fine
recognition assembly honoring the members
and sponsored by the Lions' Club.
Under the direction of Miss Kruse, the
Tulare Chapter of .Tunior Statesmen has found
a decided interest in our city, state, and na-
We have been honored this year by hav-
ing two of the regional officers in our club.
A special effort has been given this year
toward the teaching of parliamentary law to
First Row: Charlies Shields, Jess Land. Second Row: Miss Kruse, Susan XViseman, David Swall, Robert
Mathias, Ann Swall, Barbara Christensen, Barbara Perkins, Joanne Lynch, Jo Ann Vaughn, Joanne Straight,
Zora Ye-ary, Third Row: Richard Hovanisian, Don Carroll, Dave Smith, Margaret
Miller, Dot Newman, Bernice Schultz. Janice Nichols, 1-'at Covle. Colleen XYiliarns.
Elkins, Doris Young, Lila
First Row: Virginia Guerin, Patsy VVhittaker, Billie Faye Yifilliams, Ruby Stark, Jean Eller, Shirley Grant, La
Vonna Hutton, l'at Jones, Gertrude Mueller, Miss I-lans on. Second Row: Roberta Treadwell, Pat Coyle, Betty
l-ligdon, Virginia Sortor, Janice Van Etten, Ella Siward, Jo Ann Lynch, La Quita Dillingham, Helga Nielsen,
Pat Northway, VVillie Sue XYhite, Berta Sheppard. Third Row: Barbara Christensen, Anita Redelsperger, Paul-
ine Skaggs, Barbara Green, Joan Flint, Jeanette Redelsperger, Margaret Elkins, Lili Miller, Nadine Olson, Mar-
jorie Twaddle. Fourth Row: Lore Menders, Lula VVhi te, Audrey Stout, Jo Ann Ledbetter, Eileen Hough, Doris
Young, Bernice Schultz, Jackie Irwin, Priccilla Pearce, Alice Ichinaga, Neta Hays.
A very active year, under the direction of
Miss Hanson, has been experienced by the
Y-Teens this year.
Doughnut sales, a Thanksgiving box, and
making booties for children overseas, are a
few of the activities of these busy girls. Here's
to another successful year.
The Racketeers Club has been originated
this year by Miss Beverly Campbell and ten-
nis players interested in forming the club.
The members include those on the tennis
team, those who go out for tennis as a sport,
and those who are interested in it.
They meet once a month to discuss rules
and talk about a coming match.
Top Row: Bob Cates, Robert Limebarger, Dick Curd, Tommy Hodges. Second Row: Campbell, Doris May,
Ann Jones, Jackie lrwin, Bernice Schultz. Third Row: Neta Hays, Priscilla Pearce, Doris Young, Eleanor Hays.
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First Row: Bob Davis, Bob Preson, Charles Shields, Jael: Sisson, Second Row: Jim Heninger, Don Carroll, Will
Besson. Gary Nelson, Lyle Christensen, Jerry Burnett, Eugene VVortner, NVallace Moore, Richard Hovannisian,
XYanda Ewing, Julia Davis, Virginia Sortor. Third Row: Terry Blaine, Duane Smith, Dale Bassett, David
Smith, George Balzlam, Pat Northway, Doris Mills, Barbara Tassey, Clara Buckley, Harold Alexander, Manuel
Lopez. Mr. Colby.
The science club boasts of over seventy-five mem-
bers this year. Anyone who has had one year of sci-
ence, or is studying the subject, is entitled to mem-
Two parties have been held by the club. Such
educational entertainment as a speaker or movie is
The art club is for sophomore, junior, or
senior art students. Freshmen receiving "A"
in art are asked to join the second semester.
The club presented the school with a
beautiful plant for the Trophy Case and
bought gifts for those Art Students who re-
ceived Art awards.
First Row: Eddie Johnson, Daniel Jauhall, Norman Nyswonger, Leslie Allen, Lois Schultz, Louise NVaters, Ruth
Guevas, Billie Ann Range, Janice Nichols, Glen Delay, Patricia, Shaw, Robert Limebarger, Charles Ross. Second
Row: Joanne Carroll, Catherine Andrews, Doris Young, May Campbell, Virginia Sisson, Darlene Anthony, Hope
, Margaret Jarrett, Carolyn Bedwell, Delores Borges, Florence Jones, Billie Philpot.
Third Row: Randolyn Sheley, Norma Starling, Margaret lVhitten, Concha Ramirez, .Pat Coyle, Lavonia Ad-
Sanchez, Miss Kenyon
kins, Janice Kahne, Margaret Stevenson, Ruby Stark.
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Eliceche, Leanordo Salmon, Jessie Onaga, Johnny Silva, Mathias Lopez, Ruth Guevas. Second Row: Roberta
Vasquez, Silvia Ramirez, Virginia Pedilla, Jessie Garcia, Lucy Torres,, Lucy Torrez, Concha Garcia, Nadine Ja-
cobo, Dorothy Costalles, Connie Qguilera, Mary Guerrero, Concha Ramirez, Annie Ramirez, Hope Guevas, Hope
Truchio, Jessie Carillo. Third Row: Armando Alvarez, Virginia Vasques, Sally Mendias, Dora Grahara, Terry
Villa, Katie Garcia, Carmen Ramirezrn, Velia Torrez, Connie Moreno, Esther Ortega, Alda Perez, Christina
The Mexicali Club has over sixty active
members Who are Mexican Californians. The
purposes of the club are to encourage greater
participation in school activities, to become
better citizens, and to carry out a social pro-
gram. A dance and party have been most
successful. Jack Yancy was the club's first
sponsor. Frank Eliceche is the present spon-
The Catering Club is a service organization that
enables its members an opportunity for experience
of serving dinners.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Ruth Leth the
Club has served for the following groups: Future Far-
mers Initiation, Adult Week-End School, the Lions
Club and the Chamber of Commerce.
The officers were presidents, Dolores Cartano and
Rose Dominguesg vice president, Irene Mae Souzag
secretary, Irene Ann Souza, treasurer, Dolly Felipe.
First Row: Evelyn Harrison, Berta Sheppard, Betty Hunt, Miss Leth, Mesa WVilliams, Edith Hamilton, Alleen
Duett, YVilma Cateron, Irene Ann Souza. Second Row: Betty Compton, Rosie Dominoes, Bernice Lucas, Delores
Caetano, Eleanor Souza, Betty Souza. Third Row: Marie Domingus, Janice Vincelletee, Irene Mae Souza, Dolly
Fix-is Raw: Coach Juclssonffom Lampe, Gerald Lahann, Joe Borges, Ronald Jensen, George Telford, Bob Davis,
Eddie Johnson. Second Row: Junior Qrnelns, Jess Land Horace Elliott, Jerry Phillips, .Pete Morris, Howard
Spencer. Robert Farney, George Mannin, Lefty Lawrence, Terry Blaine, Barton Smith. Tlnird Row: Charles
Shields. Glen Lewis, Ralph Hovanishion, Vernal Yadon, Ford XVilson, Dane Sturgeon, Bob Paddock, Stan Canby,
Gary Nelson, Emilio Vasquez. Fourth Row: Doug Bla ylock, Quentin Ely, Manual Torrez, Jake Galleger, Rus-
sell .-Xke, Boh Abercrombie, Bob Mathias, Bob 1-loegh, Sim Iness.
Letterman 5 Club
This club is an honor society, much as the
They meet once a month and have about
sixty-five members. The officers feel gratified
at this amount. because at the beginning of the
year they had less than thirty members.
Officers for this year: President, Bob Hoeghg
Vice President, Ronald Jensen, Secretary-Treas
urer, Robert Mathias, Sergeant at Arms, Russell
The Commercial Club was organized this
year. The membership is limited to those stu-
dents Who have taken at least one year's Work
in that field. The club is now awaiting the ap-
proval of an application to join with the national
organization, Future Business Leaders of Ameri-
ca. The club assisted in selling advertising for
First Row: Jerrie Sparks, Hilda Teixeira, Concha Ramirez, Mary Guerrero, Mr. Jewell, Annie Ramirez, Delores
Alves, Mary Bautista. Second Row: .Anita Redelsper-ger, Anne Olsen, Betty Crane, Audrey Stout, Pauline Sk
liollie Lewis, Mary Lorenzo, Jo Ann Ledhetter.'I'hir4l Row: Joyce iVade, Eilleen Hough, Joanne Flint,
Eva Martinho, Barbara Green.
First Row: Linfred Hallows, Ford 'Wilson, Vernal Yadon. Second Row: Mr. Kent, Dorothy Newman, Donna Fall,
Marilyn Eubank, Pat Coyle.
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Thespians, a national honor society for those
who have done outstanding Work in the field
of drama, capped their season with the presen-
tation of a one-act play, Gory George by the club
sponsor, Race Kent, at the Visalia College Dra-
matics Festival. The trophy for second place
winner will remain a reminder of the play cast
who did such excellent Work: Marilyn Eubank,
Pat Coyle, Raymond Scott, Ford Wfilson and
Vernal Yadon. Assistant director was Colleen
PHIIII Il Patches
Under the sponsorship of Miss Rita Atkin-
son, Paint 'n Patches has been reorganized.
Not very much has been accomplished this
year, but next year they hope to have a one-act
play prepared all the time, and to give one three-
This year a one-act play was presented to
the Sophomore class.
The officers for this year are: President,
Joan Lynch, Vice President, Pat Coyle, Treas-
urer, George Manang Secretary, Leslie Allen.
First Row: Manuel Lopez, George Mannin, Jerry Mitch ell, Conrad Fulton, Robert Hovannisian, Leslie Allen.
Second Row: Betty Stevenson, Marion Newman, Margaret Hansen, Rosie Domingues, Dorothy Nichol, Pat Coyle,
Nadine Olson, Miss Atkinson. Third Row: Jo Ann Lynch, Norma Sturgeon, Trude Mueller, Ann Swall, Calla
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First Row: Miss Leth, Pat Curtis, Gene Leffew, Evelyn Dunlap, Donna Cateron, Buelah ,Allen Second Row:
June Garrett, Bernice Lucas, Margaret Garret, Berta Sheppard, Janis Van Etten, Grace Grissom, Kathryn An-
drews. Third Row: Angelina Bass, Dorothy Pedrenceli, Edith Peterson, Vifillie Sue W'hite, Mae Campbell, Joyce
Miller, Janet Rabe.
The Ushers Club is newly formed this year. These
girls do very fine work ushering for the various ac-
tivities around school. The Junior and Senior Play
are activities at which the girls ushered. This club
is under the direction of Miss Ruth Leth. Good luck
to this newly formed club. Here's hoping it will con-
tinue in the years to come.
The Radio Club has had another interesting
year under the direction of Mr. VVitte.
The officers for this year Were: President,
Laven Lockwood, Vice President, Bill Kuykan-
dallg Secretary-Treasurer, Bob Bryant. These
officers will have their own private radio li-
censes by the time school is out.
First Row: Richard Jarrett, Berlen Kanady, Ray Brazil, Jim Kieth. Second Row: Mr. XVitte, XVayne Bridges,
Bill Kuvkendall. Dean Choate, Malcom Booker. Bob Bryant, Glen Lewis, Eddie Turner. Third Row: John Oden,
First Row: Ronald Jensen, Bob Mathias, George Telford, Mr. Bogart, Sim Iness, Bob Hoegh. Second Row: Bob
Abercrombie, Bill Cox, Gary Nelson, Stan Canby, Vernal Yaclcn, Quentin Ely, Dane Sturgeon, Bob IJil1l6lJ2.1'g61'.
Third Row. Dan Johnson, Charles Shields, Jake Gallagher, Ralph Havannisian, Ronnie Bynum. V
The Hi-Y has had a new sponsor this year,
Mr. Bogart. The club meets once a month at
night and once a month at school. It is a branch
of the Y. M. C. A. and has 21.members this year.
The officers for this year are: President,
Dane Sturgeon, Vice President, Bob Abercrom-
bie, Secretary, Bob Hoeghg Treasurer, Ronald
This is a club composed of the girls who
have earned their chevrons. The chevron club
took the place of the gold pin honor club.
As is done every year, a progressive dinner
was held at the Various homes of the old mem-
bers. The new members were taken into the
club by initiation.
The officers for the year were: Priscilla
Pearce, Deannie Barrera. Miss Elliott, teacher.
First Row: Deannie Berrera. Jo Ann Lynch, Neta Hays, 1-Ella Siward, Colleen lVilliams. Second Row: Miss El-
liot, Jackie Irwin, Priscilla Pearce, Doris Young, Bernice Schultz, Zora Yeary.
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First Row: Lorraine Alfred, Edith Hamilton, Miss Bissell, Ella Siward. Secoiml Row: Alli Jean Blackwood,
Irene Ann Souza, Dolly Felipe, Bernice Lucas, Dorothy Nickelson, Gene Leffew, Fern Castor, Pat Curtiss, Syble
Ables. Yvonne Grosse, Dorothy Pedroncelli, Joyce Howell, Evelyn Harrison, Carolyn Miller, Wanda Compton,
Rosa Lee Dowell, Patsy Easly, Betty Compton, Miss Pruunty. Third Row: Billy Philpot, Ida Luper, Donna
Cate-ron, Buelah Allen, Joyce Miller, Lula XVhite, Berta Sheppard, Beverly Box, Natalie Costa.
The Future Homemakers have had a busy year.
They meet twice a month to discuss home plans, in-
terior decorating, and anything else that will help
them to make a better home. Development of leader-
ship and better citizenship is also stressed.
Along with their serious thoughts, they have had
some fun. A Christmas party, a dance, and a Mothers
Tea were a few of these events.
Two girls were sent to Asilomar to attend the
State Convention. Seven more girls are to attend the
Regional Convention at Bakersfield.
The Horizon Club is the high school
group of Campfire Girls. Their activities this
year have been centered on giving money to
help pay for the new Campfire hut.
Along with waiting tables and giving rum-
mage sales, they have had a dance and a
snow party. U
A few girls are to be sent to Asilomar for
the conference of Campfire Girls.
First Row: Miss Olesor., Norma Hays, Louise McCaulley, TTinifred Cottengim, Calla Carter, Lucille Lawrence.
Second Row: Maralyn Clark, Yvonne Buggy Caroline Carinelii, Donna Nelson, Marlene Rowe, Pat Shaw, Mar-
garet Spawn. Third Row: Delores Price, Edna Mae Beck, Nadine Fuller, Betty Moore, Betty Stephenson, lllene
Xyals, Janice Vincelett.
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First Row: Bob Davis, Leo Ketten, Bill Jones, .Tim Bringham, Mr. Manro. Second Row: Bobby Preston, Conrad
Fulton, Russell Bearce, Jon Larson, Don Xveite. Third Row: Ted Kinyon, Marvin Aharonian, Harold Alexan-
der, Tony VVolf-Jones, Bobby Crane, Fred Borgeson.
There was great interest in jet racers at the
beginning of the year. Some members had fair
success with jet power for their specially de-
signed planes. U-Control gas models were flown
on the athletic fields weekly on Tuesday even-
ings during the fall and spring. The local com-
munity organization, Sky Kings, became active
and invited our members to participate in their
Officers for the year were President, Conrad
Fulton and Vice President, Marvin Aharonian.
The Bible Club has met weekly for Bible
study and discussion of Christian ideals. The
aim has been to encourage positive Christian
living on the campus.
The officers were Charles Ross, president,
Wanda Howard, vice-president, Carolyn Noble,
secretary-treasurer, and Jean Eller, devotional
Miss Verna Hanson has been the adviser.
First Row: Charles Ross, Donald Cotton, Richard Hovannisian, Dorothy Caudle, Vurla Lyles, Marilyn Neal,
DOFOUH' APITISYYOIHZ, Gellavee Burk, Floyce Coffman. Second Row: Norma Bonds, June Cross, Clytis Fossett,
Rose ADH AHS611, VGT3 Bylnd, LSWSFZL Parker, Muriel Coates, Arthur Salazar, Miss Hanson. Third Row: Virginia
Sisson, Jeanette Reclelsperger, Carolyn Noble, Bobby Jean Angell, Patsy Harris, Doris May, Wanda Howard,
Longene Kulbeth, Thelma Hamilton, Roberta Treadwell, Bobby Crane,
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Two boys were sent to the State Convention
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The officers for this year have been: Presi-
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ant: Secretary, Victor Jones, Treasurer, Archie
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The Forensics Club made itts debut this year
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mote interest and activity in all areas of speech.
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no in the following events: Debate, oratorial de-
clamation, radio speaking, and extemperaneous
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First Row: Charles Shields, Harold AIGXQIHGSF, Bob McCallister, Don Carroll, Terry Blaine, Rose Domingues,
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Another Championship team has passed through
the annals of Tulare High, The season of 1947 was in-
deed an exceptional one. The Redskins defeated seven
opponents before going down to the powerfully tricky
aggregation from Roosevelt High of Fresno in the first
round of the C. I. F. Playoffs.
The games were: East Bakersfield 13, Tulare 14.
The Redskins defeated a highly regarded San Luis
Obispo eleven 26 to 25. Corcoran 0, Tulare 13. The first
league game marked the defeat of Porterville Hi 33 to
6. Hanford 7, Tulare 13 in a surprisingly tough game.
Visalia 14, Tulare 35 as the Redskins pounded the light,
shifty enemy into submission in the annual Armistice
Day fracus. The last league game marked revenge on
the Delano Tigers to the tune of 14 to 0. This string
of victories entitled the Redskins to a crack at the
Central California C. 1. F. playoffs. The locals squar-
ed off with the Roosevelt Hi Rough Riders on Decem-
ber 5. The Northerners swept to a decisive victory
and that eliminated the chances for the Tulareans.
Outstanding players are always hard to name on a
football team, because each and every man is requir-
ed to do his part in order for success. The Redskins
were certainly successful and every man who was out
for football deserves credit for the success of the team.
However, Bob Mathias, fleet tailback and Buster Yar-
brough, rugged fullback, were outstanding in the Red-
skin attack, along with Dane Sturgeon, Bob Hoegh and
Junior Compton in the backfield and Russell Ake, Ron-
ald Jensen, Sim lness, Gary Nelson, Bob Paddock and
many others in the line. The whole lineup was out-
Even though the Redskins were not all-victorious
the student body is indeed proud of hte 1947 edition of
the Varsity Redskins,
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ford Second Ron Sli'1h'in Johnson. Vargas, Davis, Newsome, Jones, Sepeda, Boesch, Stuart Lampe Ph rd Ron
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Gund Season Fur Papnnses
Starting the 1947 season with plenty of promise the
Papooses finished a very good season. With only two
lettermen and five second stringers returning, Herb
Morelli developed it into the strongest team in the
league. Their first practice game with East Bakers-
field they lost 13 to O, but they made up for it in the
second practice game hy running over Corcoran 31
They lost their first two league games to Porter-
ville, 19 to 0, and to Hanford, 1 to O. Although they out-
played Hanford easily and threatened their goal three
times, they couldn't seem to make it over their foeis
Next the Papooses traveled to Strathmore in a
practice game where the Junior Redskins, showing
the power of their bigger brothers, massacred the East-
erners 33 to 7.
On Armistice day came the hig game with the old
rival, the Visalia Voodoos. One of the best games of
the season was played on the Tulare gridiron as the
Papooses scalped the Visalians 19 to 6.
Then came the reckoning day for the Delano Ben-
gals. The Bengals were undefeated in League play
and a win for the Hometowners would put them in
second place. The Papooses played their best game
of the season as they fought the Champions to a stand-
still. When the final gun sounded the score read Tu-
lare 13, Delano 13, with the Papooses deep in enemy
The starting lineup usually read as follows: Tom
Lampe and Horace Elliott at ends, Quennon Purify
and Doug Blaylock at guards, Dale Hayes and Bill
Young at tackles, .less Crawford at center, Jerry Phil-
lips at quarterback, Carl Pedroncelli and Junior Ornel-
las at halfbacks and Elfred Meitzenheimer at fullback.
Bottom Row. 1 to r: Telford, Sharp, Abercrombie Paddocl' l-loeeh M tl 'A f St I
Loach E. XY. Lambrecht, Yarbrougli, Canby, Lewis, McCa:l'ley, kllardemianl1?adilla1ir?X?.Ogn1ifl?,TllqfIglPe' Second Ron:
Continuing a year of successful athletics, the
Varsity cagers climbed to the second step of the
San Joaquin ladder in the basketball division.
An able player, fine sport and sterling all
around athlete was Robert Mathias who amassed
148 points in the nine games he highlighted.
This star who bucketed 40 more points than his
nearest competitor had an average of sixteen
plus per game. The second place average was
Second high player for the home quintet and
among the top five in the league was a package
of dynamite, aggressive Bob Paddock. This tire-
less player slammed the casaba through the hoop
enough times to garnerV96 of the team's 480
Other top flight hoopsters trading off start-
ing positions were guards George Telford and
Bob Hoegh, forwards, Harold lVicCawley and
Dane Sturgeon, The latter player received a
knee injury in the Hanford game that disabled
him for several games. He was able to enter the
free throwing competition, however, for which
he received a trophy,
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C0-Captain and F01'it'a1'd
Bottom Row, l to r: Ichinaga, Crumpaclier, Pedroncelli, Smith Crawford Earles Nyswonger Seco 1 Ro '- Coa -h
keith XY aite, Lyles, Phillips, Babb. Cox, Lampe, Meitzenhiemer, D. Smith, mgr.g absent, Bart Snqlilth, Land. C
Cu-Champions in 19113
Another Championship! We are indeed proud of
the 1948 edition of the Papoose Basketball team. They
defeated everyone in their league with the exception
of the Porterville Hi Cubs, who dropped the TUHS
juniors twice. However, the Papooses defeated some
opponents the Porterville team couldn't get by. Both
games were thrillers that the two championship teams
clashed, the Papooses losing only by a small margin.
Coach Keith Waite demonstrated that he was a
man of ability, producing a championship team the
first year at a strange school. Not only is Mr. Waite an
excellent coach but he is a swell fellow too, being a
favorite with the "B" players.
C'fz,bi'f11'11 and Collier of 1948
Front: Bryant, Bogoshian. Bottom, Left to Right: Roche, Kanady Borgeson, Johnson, Luck, XValke1', Carrillo, Stow-
ers. Second Row: Andrews, Biggers, Castleberry, Younger, ljrquiza, Ruble, Curry.
"IT and "ll" Basketball
The HCT' and MD" teams this year will form the Tu-
lare High Redskins and Papooses of the future. The
basic aim for the UC" and NDN class players is to gain
experience and learn the game before they join the
Varsity and junior Varsity squads. In the light of
this fact the HD" class hoopsterswere very successful
The HC" class hoopsters were extremely fortunate
this year, winning more than their share of games and
winding up near the top of their league. Coached hy
Art Boland, the reserves enjoyed a successful 1948
So again we salute the future stars of the Tulare
Union High School athletic teams.
ottom Ron l to xf: Alexander. lllgl'-Q Lawrence, lilliott, Canby, Lamps, VISCIXICI Io n
son Nuoud Row: Lopez, Al9ltZ9l'llllEl1l8I', Lnhnnzin. llallagfqher. Pedroncelli. Fluid Ron
Levi L ibello Jacolvo, Torrez, Sarbrougli, Coach Herb Morelli.
The baseball edition of the Redskins this year have
not been too successful in the win column. Up to the
date of this writing, in league play, they have lost four
games and won one, although several more games
are scheduled and the Redskins are slated to come
through with some more wins.
However successful they might be in league play
they have some wins to be proud of. They defeated
Roosevelt Hi of Fresno and Fresno Hi in a double
header in the northern city, The two Fresno aggrega-
tions were considered among the top teams in the val-
ley. The Redskins finished in the semi-finals at the
annual Delano Tournament, being edged out by the
Merced Hi Bears by only one point. The Merced nine
went on to win the tournament.
Most of the 1948 horsehiders will return next year,
and so to the league champions of lil-lil, a salute from
the student body of 1948.
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Bottom Row. Left to Right: Reed, Ramirez, Boesch, Nunes, I-leffelfinger, Butts, Sepe-ds. Second Row: YVilson, Neil
son. Chnves. Boesch. Sanders, Kanady. Third Row: Hardeman, Carrillo, VValker, Urquiza, Ruble.
'iannigan baseball is the equivalent to junior vars-
ity competition in any sport. These men Will form the
teams of the future. While they are gaining exper-
ience in the fine art of baseball they play a full sched-
ule of games. The indications point to good Tulare Hi
baseball teams in the future. The 1947 Yannigans are
a hard-Working, scrappy group of fellows, and We will
be expecting big things from them in the future.
Bottom Ron l to 1 1 lvis Bryrant, Bullock, Jones, Fahrney, Paddock, XVilson, Torres. Second Ron Xlttlothlen
n r Armstrong Gibson Vincent. Booker, Abercrombie, Paddilln, Felipe. Third Row: Loach I XV Lanibrecht
L oian Mitchell Williams Matliias, Hoegh, idly, Coach U. M. Jackson.
At the time of this writing it looks as if We might
have another championship at Tulare Hi. Led by Bob
Mathias, the Varsity Cindermen are threatening the
Valley title. If everything goes Well and all perform-
ances are up to par, the Redskins should capture the
Valley title very handily. This would be an achieve-
ment that has not been equaled at TUHS for a number
of years. To name all the outstanding men out for
track would require too long a list. But We can-
not go without mentioning Bob Mathias who is
one of the greatest athletes ever to tread the halls of
Tulare High. The Varsity has captured three meets
to this writingg the first being the Annual Tulare 20-
30 Relays. Following in quick succession was the Kern
Relays and the Semi-County fell to the Redskins.
Every man out for track should be complimented
for his hard work to make the name of Tulare Union
High School respected in the circles of Track and Field.
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TIYIOI Laxles hzell Bassett, Hernandez, Coach Jackson.
"B" Track Squad
The "B" class Cindermen are not as strong as the
"B" class squads of the last few years. However, the
men Working hard this year Will form the Varsity team
of next year. At the Worst the junior tracksters are
better than average and should be given a lot of credit.
They placed Well in the meets considering the balance
of the team. There is some good talent on the 1948
HB" tracksters and a salute to them from the 1948 stu-
Probably the strongest events in the "B" team is
in the sprints and relay. Although they are not ex-
pected to be as strong as this year's squad, next year
they will represent our school Well.
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Bottom Row. Left to Right: Stagner, Bogoshian, Medi-uni, Purify, Luton, Johnson, Smith, Booker, Scott. Second
Row: Mucfllothlen, Skaggs, Ketten, Avila, Palacio, Scott, Concholo, iVright. Third Row: Coach Lambrecht, Hen-
son, Anai, Vasquez, Eller, Hood, Jensen, lness, Newsome, Coach Jackson.
As in every other sport there has to he a beginning
spot for track. The fellows pictured above are of this
class. XVhile as a Whole they are not as impressive
this year as they have been in the past years there are
nevertheless several men who show promise With more
seasoning. Among these are Eddie Johnson, Frank
Palacio, Manuel Medrano who are all outstanding on
These are the athletes that will form the track teams
of the future and Tulare Hi's fate in Track and Field
is in their hands.
Bottom Row. Left to Right: Soares, Johnston, Cottongim. Jones, Yadon. Second Row: Cook, Davis, Sisson, Dyer
XX eaver, Angel, Shields.
arsit Swimming Teams
Coached by Fred Lugenbehl, the Varsity swimmers
have shown improvement as the season progresses.
The most important meet of the season not having
been held yet, it is hard to predict just how successful
the Redskin tankmen are this year. Although there
is some individual talent displayed on the team the
Varsity is not too Well balanced as a team. Whatever
the outcome of this season the swimmers should be
complimented on their perservence and hard Work
they have put in, doing their utmost to make swim-
ming a major sport at Tulare Hi.
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Note well the men who are pictured above for they
are the swimmers who will form the Tulare High
School swimming teams of the future. They have done
well this year and if the record of this year is any in-
dication of the future, the sport of swimming is due
for a rise at Tulare High.
Coach Fred Lugenbehl has been working hard for
this his second year of coaching swimming at T. U. H.
S. to bring the swimming team out into the spotlight
of recognition. It has been more or less in the back-
ground for the past years. The future points to more
enthusiasm for swimming from the size of the team
There are excellent prospects for the future as
far as talent is concerned too. Barton Smith, Dick
Davis, Merril Garlock and many others too numerous
to mention have shown above average ability and pro-
mise to form the strong swimming teams of the future
at Tulare High.
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The tennis team Was back in the running this year
after a lapse of a couple of years. Up to the time of
this writing the team has Won a 4 to 5 decision over
Porterville, lost a close 5 toll to Linrsay and succumbed
to the Hanford netters 8 to 1 all in league play.
In practice games, the Tulare racketeers have Won
more than half of their meets. Except for the Han-
ford defeat, all the matches have been close.
Coach Beverly Campbell has developed some fine
players in the three years that she has been with the
team. Starting from scratch With freshmen and Sopho-
mores, Campbell has brouht the team up to a compet-
Senior players this year have been Jo Ann Vaughn,
who has lost very few matches, Robert Linebarger
and Jess Land. Prospects will be bright for next year
as Well as this with good talent still on tap.
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Miss Thelma Elliott,
Miss Ruth Rodgers.
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To some girls, G. A. A. means nothing, but to
those girls who give up their time after school,
this extra-curricular activity means just as much
to them as football, basketball or track means to
a boy. These girls know that G. A. A. is, in more
of a sense, than that. They know that G. A. A. is
a lot of hard work, fun, good for teaching one the
given sports and above all, teaches the girl to
obtain an ability to get along with other girls.
These girls, who do give up a lot of their
time for this organization are repayed in full for
their efforts. Every year two award assemblies
are held. This is the time when these girls are
in the spotlight. Even though a girl is receiving
only her first award, the numeral, there is a cer-
tain pride within her that canit be put into
words, Still higher honor is bestowed upon the
girls who receive their gold honor pins, an honor
very seldom given to any girl. Still a higher
honor is the gold trophy presented at the end of
the year to the outstanding girl athlete. This is
the goal every girl belonging to G. A. A. strives
This year, G. A. A. had the honor of being the
hostess school for the play day between the
neighboring schools. This play day was one of
the largest play days ever given in the history
of Tulare's G. A. A. About 250 girls enjoyed
themselves playing volleyeball. In all honesty,
Tulare Girls Athletic Association can be proud
of such a successful play day given by them.
Of course, G. A. A. could not possibly be so
successful, fin fact, there would be no G. A. AJ
without the full support of the three gym teach-
ers, Miss Elliott, Miss Campbell, and Miss Rod-
gers. These three people give a tremendous
amount of their time to this organization. They
get nothing in return for their hard work except
the satisfaction of the results of their grand work.
By the time table tennis came around to
being played in GAA, the girls were sort ol'
tired of school, but this didn't hinder their en-
thusiasm in any way.
For those girls who went out for this in-
dividual sport, they can honestly say,"Table
Last Years Table Tennis lYin-
ners: Darlene Anthony and
Speedball was enjoyed by all. Some very
exciting games Were played and the girls were
exceptionally skilled. This year an honor team
of 15 girls was chosen. Team l had the high-
est total of points. This team was composed of
some very good speedball players. Team play
and keeping in positions were stressed to pre-
llfilzzzizzg .S'jvCca'ball Team
Sue Evans, Jenny Nlfilliams, Ella
Siward, Pat Francis, Joanne
llatke. Kneeling, Willie Sue
llliite. Berta Shepard, Deannie
Barrera, Lula Von Xlfliite.
tennis is certainly no 'push-overf " Everyone
was still in the race for the championship up
until the very end.
Because of Colleen Williams, with her
clever Way of running the tournament, and
management, and Miss Elliott, there every
night to see that things Went smoothly, table
tennis once more turned in a successful year.
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pare for hockey, a highly skilled game and
the next sport,
The honor team was composed of Jo Anne
Vaughn, Myrtle Laird, Ann Swall, Jeannie
Williams, Deannie Barrera, Lula Vlfhite, Edna
Beck, .lo Anne Carroll, Berta Sheppard, Jo
Anne Lynch, Sue Evans, Dorothy Heckman,
Elizabeth Pearce, Margaret XVhitten, Ella
Siward, Pat Shaw, Lorraine Harter and Rita
Miss Elliott ,the sponsor, did an excellent
job of instructing the girls. Jackie Irwin
turned in some very good work as manager of
this sport. '
After a rough tussle with Speedball, the
girls were prepared for almost anything. They
had heard all sorts of rumors about this dan-
gerous game. They had heard that the one
who hits the hardest and first was the one
who came out the best. Even though most of
the girls were scared beyond themselves,
hockey had a wonderful turnout.
This was the last team sport of the 1947-
48 G. A. A. year, so the girls tried to play all
of their games to the best of their ability.
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First Rowv: Sue Evans, Jenny YVilliams,
Trudy Mueller. Second Row: Deannie
Barrera, Nadine Fuller, Betty Moore,
Joanne Lynch, Joanne Carroll, Pat
Francis, Joanne XVatke, Doris Young,
Lorraine Harter, Annie Ramirez, Rea
McLave. Third Row: Berta Sheppard,
Delores Price, Ann Swall, Edna Beck,
Delores Sylver, Zora Yeary, Gwen Tel-
ford, Pat Shaw. Emu-th Row: Norma
Hayes, Ella Siward, Carolyn Carrnelli,
XVillie Sue XVhite, Jackie Irwin, Lula
Von White, Elizabeth Pearce.
For the girls who had never played bad-
minton before, they found that this sport was
not so easy as it appears. Badminton takes a
lot of skill and control.
This year's badminton turnout proved to
be especially large. The underclassmen
showed great interest.
The games were very close and some ex-
cellent playing was needed to win the champ-
ionship. After all was ended, it was found that
Myrtle Laird, lvlCftl1lUgC'1'
With all of the girls trying, the games were
close and a lot of fun.
Two teams were chosen of equal ability
and captains were chosen. The girls then
chose names of ice hockey teams. Barbara
Freitas' team, the Falcons, came out victor-
ious. The girls on the winning team were:
Barbara Freitas, Zora Yeary, Jo Anne Lynch,
Annie Rameriz, Deannie Barrera, Gwen Tel-
ford, Elizabeth Pearch, Marion Newman.
Myrtle Laird and Miss Rodgers did an eX-
cellent job of managing this last team sport.
JoAnne Lynch. .lfazzagcr
Betty Stephenson and Betty Moore were
Jo Anne Lynch did a thorough job of man-
aging this sport. Miss Elliott gave her time as
the teacher in charge.
Next year badminton should have even a
more successful year.
This year the dance group has reached a
neyy' climax. About 25 girls are members ot'
this group. Each and everyone of these girls
deserve all the praise and glory that can pos-
sibly be given to them. These girls shoyved
themselves to be unusually talented in danc-
ing. Although these girls receive points
for their yvorli. they deserve more than this.
Maybe dancing seems easy when one is yvatch'
ing someone else perform. but, from the voice
of experience. this takes all the energy a girl
has to give.
This dance group presented a dance pro-
gram. From all accounts it yvas a huge success.
Those yvho took part in this program yvere
Billie .lo Alexander, Edna Beck, Joan Carroll,
Calla Carter. Winifred Cottengim, Ruby Dyer,
Sue Evans. Pat Francis. Mary Guerrero, Mar-
garet Hansen, Trudell Miller. Betty Moore.
Dorothy Nichol. Elizabeth Pearce, Deloris
Price, Annie Ranieriz, Lois Schultz, Rose
Snoyv. Betty Stephenson. Deloris Sylver, Gyven
Telford, Joan XVatke, Margaret lYhitten.
As alyvays. in the dance group, the mana-
ger and the teacher in charge deserve a lot of
credit for the fine success of this group. So
this year. praise goes out to Betty Stevenson
and Miss Rodgers for their efforts and loads of
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The first sport on the GAA calendar was-as usual
-softball. Everyone is familiar and loves this old
Came around the first night-the upper classmen
looked up and what looked like an army coming on
the field, turned out to be a solid freshmen team. This
team worked together and turned in some mighty fine
ball playing. This little freshmen team earned the
right to compete for the championship. Because of a
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place. Just the same, we congratulate you Freshmen.
The teams were named after cereals. The winning
team was Post Toasties. The players on the team
were: Jennie lVilliams, Pat. Francis, Sue Evans, Betty
Moore, Priscilla Pearce. Carolyn Carnelli, Elizabeth
Lois Schultz, Jlffazzagcr
Pearce, XYille Sue XYhite, Jackie lrwin, Myrtle Laird.
Lois Schultz and Miss Campbell shared the manaag-
First Row: Priscilla Pearce, Jackie Ir-
win, Norma Hayes, Rose Snow. Second
Row: Alice Ichinaga, Nancy Moody,
Edna Beck, Joanne Carroll.
First Row: .Joanne Lynch,
Louise McCawaley, Pat Shaw,
Deannie Barrera. eco n tl
Row: Joanne Blaine, Carroll
Swall, Beta McC1ave.
Doris Young. Ilftllzogcl'
This year volleyball season was very active and
successful with approximately sixty girls attending.
The girls were divided into six teams and each team
chose a captain and the name of a soap for their title.
The teams and their captains were the following:
lvories, Louise lVlcCaulleyg Duz, Colleen Vlfilliamsg Su-
per Suds, Nadine Fuller, Lux, Jackie lrwing Dreft,
Marion Newman, Trend, Sue Evans.
On the last day of volleyball, the teams, Lux and
lvories, had a playoff for the championship and the
lvories came out victorious.
The best players of all six teams were chosen for
a picked team who played Visalia J.C. They were
these: Jackie lrwin, Priscilla Pearce, Joanne Vaughn,
Joanne Carroll, Joanne Lynch, Pat Shaw, Jennie Will-
iams, Lora Thorton, Lorraine Harter, Carolyn Cari-
nelli, Deannie Barrera, and Lois Schultz.
The Tulare girls defeated J. C. two games, then
they mixed the girls and played another game. At
noon a delicious potluck lunch was served and com-
munity singing was held
Doris Young and Miss Elliott did an excellent job
of managing this sport. ' A
Although the grass was sometimes pretty slippery
and the sun blinded the girls, basketball came through
with a memorable season. This sport captures the
highlight in many girls, minds concerning sports. This
team game, if played properly, needs great skill and
The teams were very evenly divided, so therefore.
the games were certainly thrillers. Finally those who
came out victorious were: .To Ann Carroll, Edna Beck,
Priscilla Pearce, Bose Snow, Norma Hayes, Nancy
Moody, Alice Ichinaga and Jackie Erwin.
Like all other team sports, at the end of the sea-
son, two picked teams were chosen. They were: Joanne
Vaughn, Zora Yeary, Doris Young, Rita McClave, Ber-
nice Schultz, Sue Evans, Pata Shaw, Deannie Barrera,
Ann Swall, JoAnne Lynch, Trudy Mueller, Norma
Hayes, Jackie Irwin, Priscilla Pearce, and Alice Ichi-
Nita Faye Hays,
One of the teams had no trouble defeating Lind- Mallagel
say, but the other team didn't do quite so well. Next
year maybe they can redeem themselevs. The Tulare
lassies also dropped a spur of the moment game to
Visalia J. C.
First Row: Lorraine H a r t e r, Lois
Schultz, Jenny YVil1iams, Joanne Lynch.
Joanne Vaughn, Priscilla Pearce. ..Sec-
ond Row: Carolyn Carrnelli, Joanne
Carroll, Jackie Irwin, Pat Shaw, Dean-
pi,-0 Highest Bowlers: Iier-
nice Schrultz, Joanne Lyllvli.
Ann Jones. Joanne Vaughn,
This year bowling was the first individual sport
and was very successful because of the large turnout.
There was a will to win in every girl because at the
end of the season, the five highest bowlers were given
five free games. Those girls with remarkably high
averages were Joanne Vaughn, 122, Priscilla Pearce,
116, Bernice Schultz, 1115 JoAnne Lynch, 106, and Ann
Jones, 104. Darlene Anthony also received five free
games because she had the highest average for one
night. These girls also received ten extra points.
All in all, bowling is a grand sport and both be-
ginners and experienced bowlers enjoyed themselves.
Alice Ichinaga, student manager, and Miss Camp-
bell, teacher, with their managing, added highlights to
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