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

 - Class of 1952

Page 1 of 186

 

Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1952 Edition, Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 186 of the 1952 volume:

,R i X if . 5 -law M 1 , 45,3 fa A 3 2' , 55 52.28 ' , if A K gm ' ig' f fxwfw NM fm . if M1 , s ig ai ' f'Qss5"X ' W , f'Q, g'.1fgf , uf 5 ,2f,,,a11g:55 W,-2 ..'f,1z1ui55 ' K s: If 114: V f " 'yi' ,, 7 NVQ ' 2 . f W Hr , ... ,s ,, , X , if , x .. . , if "f XM, H1 . ff 'E 4, fwwvwm ' 5 1.15 iii ' A ' iw W wwxs, f X-L1 f Q , .2 A 1, N ' X SP .iii-V' 5 , ,M ,V,,x., A 5 , V ff?-i ' A22 sf' -' ii i M ,W Wig K Q X -: - 'HN M A LJ? X af.-5? A fy Q, v :., M e 9 A - 2 2 3'.. l 4 V , 3A :Z :V - f ix Y " aff '-L x ' 1,2 5 3 1 fu., . X . ,. 1 , , ,X ,, ij 1 4? VL- 352- -4. ,, gf" , 'l'1:" "' s:f.:.., ,. "nf 'YA ' 'H ' 12.1 in My , K,,,L,?'Aigf5j A E S K , I w?J,Xl A . ZVANS wif: '2l'1"fx'?1'fD5ij's"i'9?Qi,i'4y V' 'Z .W . A: ' Q A K at K , ' hu , 1 A ' I X ' XY . . Q ,Q U E Y M W ' 431.4 I' WV" x: ff fig-'fr-.,---V, It ' --:,1,, -,,,,, .zum H V Iggy-.A-.l.'f1p:,+-wif: - ' 3,-, , , . 'D .x v -fHz4'11:: 1--1H51s'+,,-f , - V. - is---. .. , . , 'J'-''P''f-'fl-Wi.:-:i'f5Ji1,:.V:sr-1'-:Sgr':v11izg"1":r+fQ1zf4p9 . A- - V 1.4.-A-.'.-'-'--V. .fffg::g:'..--ff-'I-rw :ff .A ,lg :-. "H .pm f . , ' ' 1-v:Q...1,Z' ' - v'3""'f-V ' ' -. '- X A . A ,fr I A ,f J !fr, J , I A l F , ' 1 1 7" x YN R 4 A I V 535A V f P, X J . -M -4 -A if fi-V , 4 I 312 S XJ , -V v 5 J 1 . J ' X K J kv? X 1 JJ J N :E M 1 'J lp, lst X E ' XJ 4 ' V 1 , Xq A Q XFN A I jj , NX- A 'I 8 C f V ' -N x'Jp +.?? , X . R v R' A J x R I J c. 'P ,X X A J X.: xv 7 X , , ,J 'N X- A v N kr, . J 3 X, V li J N X A X. Q x X N 4 X A , A 3 , s 9 N Q 1 'Q f, J 9 I N 3 X ? Q 'f x -1 , J I R X, xx, XR I ' xx X5 N J A xi X U 539. 4 I ' x. I , -.- Q . I 'I f N i , K VZ., 2 x sq E . X 'T' m 55 kv , f i Q Q35 Es? 2 3 We A C5339 QQV39 H914 ff VZ IWL 1 mpg 'LLA'L'Lf"'1' 5" mgfpgfsf V J Q9 I4-X A ' L, ME4L,'vQw. gwmi' Li, libwj ,I MH M M! ww Aff gif! if fj' M gg M ,fi if 62,4 N4 x MJZJMM I My AN, V Z' . xvxyj 1 5 ix N A X if y E Q Q xg -JJ fgx xg If W X51 X D 1 5X XX- ' A5 WR 94 ' Ax .J P9f1,1,,,4'??ff Q! 3 wi ,X ' f ' 3 kia fmffffqw f Q Q Y , SQA fx 167 ?f7"'3" ff-f f' 57 Tgzrv- X X J 'lx K XXX ix XL' fin A ,,r,w,7q4T7 1Z!,- - Od' -J J X ' ' 'xv'-L A X ' K : Z5 WF U My ,NQVUL AiATj,ff1f'V1, I 577 ., vf ix ' Wifi? My ' ' WWC ww W gi?-EXRQQ ' Oxixvii FH? X IMC!! g.Q5Af'7f RSX ' Jw Xb v ' I XF X 6' I - fly Ig , ' iff H I pi I ' - Q ff ' VNV A ff IQ . 'W' W W I ' .,.35l.N 63. 4 , f:, -P J, 4 f ,hr f G x - X If .14 1 il iii W lW f5Wf? '52 LQi i 5' EXE mfr? XEQESS WWMUJ - Wi E I , X9 ' MW 3 may 32? W , l y,Xi3YfYyQiX QE QR Kg , Ek g M ff 1m s 5 i gi 15 bgivjiyvifff X5 yi ' iffimyy b M I 'if 5 - .- PJ, rx Q10 5-3 r '1 L-.J A ml fit? A11 PM 3 'gli L 1 I uf' - H ', 35" img Q We Q- 1' if i , 1 N-M , . .., , 7ff5?i':f - ' , 3,1 1 V - ' : if ' , fi iv , M . 'A :vs-W..-,,. - QW 4- fr V-4,,..,,., , ,, Jw ,... bm- A.-W :mm Mm mga Mme owwwced awww Body puffyffifcoftfion RIGHT: PHOTOGRAPHY SPONSOR wEs COLBY, EDITOR GRANT, SPONSOR KENT. BELOW, STAFF: FIRST Row: BETTY LOU HARRIS, EBETH FELL. BARBARA BATE, NONNETTE FASSO. RUTH ANN HUFFSMITH. SECOND Row: RUTH GRANT, DENISE REED, TERRIL SAVIAL, ARVELLE WILLIAMS, ROSEMARY LYNCH. THIRD Row: Boa ROBERTS, BILL MOFFATT, RAYMOND SPENCER, ELDON ROWE. FOURTH Row: KINROY KEEFE, LEON FARRIES, RAY JACKSON JOEL KEOSKI MIKE MILNES STEVE CRAM if Another year has passed, soon to take its place--- like all the rest---in our memory. That we might retain some of the cherished souvenirs of this happy year, we have recorded them in this book. And if sometime Uithe future the reader in going through these pages finds a challenge to the dimming recollec- tions of those happy days in Tulare Union High School, the purpose of this book will have been fulfilled and the efforts of the staff will he repaid. THF EDITUR Q glean ll BECAUSE SHE HAS ALWAYS GIVEN WILLINGLY or HER TIME AND ABILITY: HAS GIVEN SERVICE T0 TULARE HIGH SCHOOL FoR MANY YEARS: HAS AN UNUSUAL SENSITIVITY, WHICH ENABLES HER T0 KNOW AND UNDERSTAND STUDENTS AND THEIR PROBLEMS: AND MOST GENERALLY BKCAnnb mr HER PLEASANT PERSONALITY, WE, THE ARGUS STAFF OF 1952, DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO MISS LUCY S. PRouDFooT. 'S .-eslgeml as casa e At the close of this year I can truthfully say, my friends, that this has been the most wonderful year of my life. All of you have made it possible by letting me serve as your Student Body President. It has been a pleasure to work for such a fine group of students. If it were not for the support and co-operation of teachers and students nothing could have been accomplished. So, thank you very much. i We will always remenber the extra-curricular activi- ties that were so much fun. We will appreciate the classes we attended ---- in later years, perhaps, more than now. But what has made it most interesting and challenging is the group of fine and wonderful friends we nude during our high school years. It is to perpetuate the memory of such friends and such pleasant and productive times that this yearbook has been compiled. It is to be the magic hey which will permit us to re-enter these young years in later and more responsible times. May I again express my appreciation to everyone who has helped me. Stanley Borges Student Body President T447 31 4:3 4 'ff 963 fb Q, 4 42-04' on ,,. , 4, 'SLO 0, 4fr,f4fo'4fe, Q 4245 du- 0,0 O Q , qmqg V 'P' J- 01.0 4Q,6G '90 40 4 c qqfk + Ga, 4, 1,50 435+ , W 4 Q'f Q,- o H5 To 44, of E E144 o OP THE STUDENT COUNCIL STARTED THE YEAR WITH ITS USUAL 44 C SKIT T0 SELL STUDENT BODY CARDS. THE COUNCIL WORKED HARD 'qkzb AND SPONSORED MANY STUDENT ACTIVITIES. OUTSTANDING WERE Q-61 4' THE DDNFIRE RALLY AND AFTER GAME DANCES. ' fig TEN MEMBERS or THE COUNCIL ATTENDED THE DISTRICT iQ?5 CONVENTION HELD IN EXETER AND GERRY LAIRD WAS ELECTED 432 oo 5 4' 6b.,"f A 'B 0 63 VICE PRESIDENT OF THE DISTRICT. THE COUNCIL FORMED A COMMITTEE FOR THE REVISION OF THE BLOCK T POINT SYSTEM. THIS WAS THE FIRST YEAR UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF KEITH QQgbP WAITE. ' glvgeml snxcl null' 2"- , 5.lQ Nl' fgf Q F? Q 'tv hw ,Q Ti ?'. -1 6' ,. ' , Q qw Q. ,ig -gv Q1 X ' if 'f ,.' is f Y? Q -mv! , ...im F . . .wr ,V 3, I ff' ,441 v 5' , 1 nf B 1 4, f fs. VO .Q 1 vez, S V 'Q Q, , , - K. A, if V, E W w v Q . A VWJ f ini f W A f' I , A in W 5- . 1 , ,W r 1 l'f 1 4 Y A I 1 Qvva, L ,Vij- s!i'Q'L 4 O! X , ie2l,G.-'L I I 4 s , m,LfL,Lx. xfkia-'Ld Lbkkilvk wiirtlrib wg-0-AA L, 5 TQ ,GPW M Mfffioijfi TV uW,L m, yujfjf ,LM fflc 5312 no Q Q3 Lly 41-411 Q "5 w ,..,..Pf Q., dgmimlbtrallom -44.- , 1 , ,4,,.g, 4, wg. 1, ff'f . , r 4 ff' i x ! D, K 1 . I , ,f, ,-,,f"f f"Vv' 1 , , , X I v . ,A .2 L: k ,a X xi .VP -X 17 t K, .. , , fy f x . A ' ,sv 'Ya R x ' X, 0 J - s-..,.- I ,f- y ,I ' w ,i 'Ln s"L" KX' - fi 1 1 , , ,Q X , , . , f r - g x A, ,T fr- v x fx -f ' "" is '-x fc' ' 1 ' if . u ' wg X, kk S" Q" " V, -44 ,Q-rv if xl, 2 N 5 X ' xx TN x N. X : x x N X jx I . . .X ,w S . X x . J X . ' X j x X x X. N - , 11 's N xxx RQ fn- Q JN X ! N X v X X x , Y Q' 1 X . K 1 1 x "' ,vs I 7 I' I - ,. ,, if x .. X .,. W' I 'L if 5432 r ' j MM! fGa"U Sa ffffvwvlwiy ' , U Laqfx-'Gly . AVYMJZ S sv MC ' X S ,LAL gvenffj .fWwfc,C,L ,,,!n!O,Q, l vvvxkx A1d ' pwwvfw 100 fvkjg My kJ?SiAL1v QLJXRBQJQ. L, .S.FMQ I K VWMAA-A ' J 1' fVmf NL D'7QfjQiEM M' JWDWK MARK QJGJV I VV QP Vw l I wi?-f 5 , 9 1 ' wfn V14 9....t abbot ef When the white men came to this country, they found the Indians living in a culture in which there were no taxes, no politicians, no soap operas, and the women did all the work. For over 300 years the white men have been trying to improve on that. Seriously though, the Indians had acquired a great deal of wisdom which could have profited the white man if he had followed some of their good examples. The chief attracted attention to himself through acts of bravery, integrity, and even denial of personal comforts. Often he would go alone into the deep forest to fast for days to please the Gods and bring relief to his people who might be suffering from disease or star- vation. Also, the chief did not attract the envy of his warriors through accumulation in his own wigwam of trophies of the hunt or chase. He desired the respect of his warriors for his personal qualities rather than the admiration of his wealth. The leadership in the world today could well follow the statesmanlike qualities of this noble race of vanishing men. Donovm F. Cartwright, ' i Superintendent and Principal 'V william J. walker John Adair J. A. Elkins President E. Carsten Keefe Walter Long W9 J malaga L. M. HELLAND MRS. ADA BROWN PAUL LONGENEGQER Bovs' VICE PRINCIPAL GIRLS' VICE PRINCIPAL A1"rENnANcE SUPERVISOR KEITH WAITE CURRICULUM Coonnmnron VISUAL Anus DII'eEc'ron. IN-SERVICE TRAINING NEWELL E. OLSON PnIncIPAL, ADULT EDUCATION WX A x 'Emi I 1 . 1 I ' x igghvx M f 4 A s,wIxg,i si. 4 . X , 'Q Q 3 ' A MISS RITA ATKINSON LIBRARIAN ORVILLE B. BOGART TYPING I. II MISS KALIOPE CANDIANIDES GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DANCE GROUP H. W. CDLBY PHOTOGRAPHY LIFE SCIENCE BIOLOGY .V X I MISS IRENE CONLEY COUNSELING SECRETARIAL ENGLISH ENGLISH II A MISS FLORENCE CASADY GENERAL SCIENCE PHYSICS CHEMISTRY PHYSICAL SCIENCE 'V I I K MAX CDLEY ORIENTATION BusINEss MATHEMATICS COACH ENGLISH DEPARTMENT HEAD JESSE CDRRELL AGRICULTURE HENRY DOERNBRACK AuTo MECHANICS I, ll FRANK ELICECHE SPANISH I, II. III MISS THEUMA ELLIOTT GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HEAD K ,WM RICHARD FINCH LATIN I, II FRENCH I. II GROUNDS SUPERVISION MRS. CLARA FRANCIS SCHOOL NuRsE DONALD FREW WORLD Hnsronv STUDYHALL GEOGRAPHY U.S. HISTORY B MISS ANNE GOLDING SENIOR HOME MAKING HOME DEVELOPMENT 0 SPECIAL Foons I LJ DEPARTMENT HEAD JI' CAFETERIA SuPERvIsIoN I P . MJ! II I MISS DORIS GDULTER GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DANCE Gnour J ani' Ai' GERSENQQOSMARK I TYPING I SALES GENER L CLER AL ZZiHnmoJ CHARLES HAMKINS GENERAL METALS WINDELL JONES Business TRAINING Rzconn KEEPING FOOTBALL CoAcH CHARLES KING GENERAL ENGLISH STUDYHALL ORIENTATION PRAC ICAL E ououlcs GENERAL MATHEMATICS B VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY MISS VERNA HANSON Business ENcLlsn ENGLISH II B STuovnALL CounssLInG JEWELL HUFFNUN Booxxeerlu OFFICE Pnacrlc SHORTHAND I. Il Reconn KEEPIN MRS. Dcrnnrusnf HEA RACE KENT JounnALus Porrcn CouNssLING PusLlcATlon MISS PAULINE K Booxxzerlus I. I COUNSELI ERNEST LNMBRECHT WOODIORKING I. ll COACH MISS ELIZA ETH LANGHANS ENGLISH II B U.S. HIsToRY B COUNSELING JOE LNVVING ALGEBRA I GEONETRY COACH CLYDE LATIMER CADET TRAINING CAnET ADMINISTRATION JANE3 LAWRENCE GENERAL SHoP LEVAUGHN LOCKWOOD DRIVER TRAINING CADET TRAINING RDGV LOWE INSTRUMENTAL Music NRS. MARY'MWlNS ENGLISH I A, I C SvunvNALL r" 'Q Xweifif I I STANLEY MWNRO GENERAL MATHEMATICS INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS AVIATION JULIUS NEJHEVDEZ Bovs' PHYSICAL EDUCATION IVAN B. MILLIKEN MACHINE SHOP I. II, III COUNSELING DEPARTMENT HEAD HERBERT MORRELLI BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION EARL MCJUNKIN DRIVER TRAINVNG DALE W. NICDLEN MECHANICAL DRAIIHG I. II COACH MRS. ALTA NEWCITY CRAFTS I. II. III HAHocnArrs CARL NOFFSINGER AHITHHETIC ALGEBRA I GENERAL SCIENCE COUNSELING MRS. NURIEL NYGREN ENGLISH ll. III C COUNSELING OFN PACKARD NcLIsN I C nIzNrATIoN nArTs GEORGE PAPPAS NANATICS ENGLISH I B PUBZIC SPEAKING ELI PAVLOVIG4 MISS PRUDENCE OLESGV ENGLISH I A, I B COUNSELING MRS. ANNE PAPPAS ANT I. II. III, IV JAMES PARK INSCN SENIOR PROBLEMS COUNSELING BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION NRS. LOIS PETERS HOMEMAKING Foons I. ll ELECTIVE CLOTHING LIFE SCIENCE DEL BERT SOLGVKN uro MECHANICS I. II VocATIoNAL Auro MECHANICS CARROLL STOWELL BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Iv. I COACH MISS KATHERINE SULLIVAN GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ARTHUR SWENERTON AGRICULTURE FARM SUPERVISOR MRS. BESS VALENTINE ALGEBRA II GENERAL MATHEMATICS HEAD COUNSELOR NOHNMIWMLKER AGRICULTURE FUTURE FARMERS ROBERT WEINBERG Co-oP TRAINING I, II STUDENT STORE WORK EXPERIENCE MISS WILHEUMINA WENDELL CLOTHING HoMEMAxING SEWING RAYNDND WIEDMAN ORIENTATION TRUEMMN BAKER PRINTER PHOTO-ENGRAVER CYRIL WHITE VOCAL MUSIC COUNSELING NELSON WITTE STAGECRAFT ELECTRICITY RADIO MAINTENANCE MISS DEANNIE BARRERA CLERK gy' "::." ww. MRS. JULIA BJRROWS BOOK Room CLERK MR. GEORGE LAWRENCE CUSTODIAN NRS. BERNICE MCGREW SECRETARY VARI-TYPIST MRS. YETTA NEWMWN MATRON MRS. LUELLA LARSON CLERK NRS. BETTY LOWE SECRETARY MISS DOROTHY MCKENNA ATTENDANCE CLERK TULSA PHILLIPS HEAD or MAINTENANCE TRANSPORTATION MRS. ANGELINE ROGERS RECEPTIONIST JOHN SEAVERS Business MANAGER MISS MILDRED SHERMNV SECRETARY MRS. OLGA SABATH SecnsTAnY MRS. ZELLA SHELEY SECRETARY MRS. NADI E WESTOVER aoonxssrzn f Q, .V J' f 1' I ' 3' 1 z 1 w -.3 gl Y.. W' , f 4 19' i' 'S 1 l 5 4 Ft' gmt. a'4 . ff " . if -Ar, V1 . , :lv ' m r iff Jr.'v1. 5 -if Q. ig, 'K lf gf' A p-iz 33- 'I ii '7 ,V ,af f 'Wg 'fr F Eg ,1- Mirsf T2 diflvkm- qq my f wr K Y Q MQ N -95 wg ,,5vA1 X .5 , 39,6 ag, 4-,cw 12.1.25 5 is Gb S K gg .Ak f'?- N . "P ,:'A,:i Q-. 3:-it fy , A 'f,l32"5 1 'f " 5 ,fx 1355, .gm - if do 45,447,554 46.55. im, . jg 5 g ,,1g:g,'3.:15?:E-gg, .-g -tiff Jr ' 1 'A A"Q Q V qw! " " 1 ' Q 'VVJ3' 'ff 1 J ,gf . ', We .gffm ,., LA ,I Q, . 44 V. .c fn . , . , 4413, -. r a-- ,. ,. . ww fm.. iq' Z 5-w,:g'L:-vi Q .,xw,,gr.4, .WH-71,?g' M .i..,.u ' ' 4 Q kwa. . .1 1'.15j?'V , V . ' 1 'KM . , ' A 'H?'s,'4i ' -- STI? 1. 2 ,'K,'j 45f,9.f7'?Ja5 5' ALs,j,..1 4991 Q, V. if 'S+ L iff . ' fuff. fm? .S '?4i:'-:-33,411 4 :I fffv- 'E' In-' ' .A 5 - ,q f .xathfgs 'nr , f Ki ' A M if i' Q f'-J ' ' xv L - 55,251 A W :sf J .bv ' "af" ixmsw 1,J' lv' f wg 1 V 1 . LV I vw 4 Lp pb! ty L - Af' u 6 My IUIVLF Afylfv' ' 1 Y 4 I 1 . l Wf!Q+'WM'M4V Wh , yi X A ,bww MM ly L., if W I PM 1'wf ?af 1 1 x X I , J rf , - ' ff' ai! , ,f LQ, r0"?Z 'M gif, ,J lm!! , ' M Iii? XM fd!! f WEL V , 1 Q ' ' .N f' 15 69 1 16" "3 L' fav X A I 17 fl ' W 'IV 4 KCVL' J J fy A Zz M4 fkfy ,A X LX " ,XLVIXA 5 7! f , ,U Wd!! ff' Am - 1 WW! I-AJ' I ' X Maya f 1 yn?" 'gf if rg!! ,ff f 1.1 f " ,A 0' L' . V H751 V ,f L12 fb V, ' 7 ffffifi M 2 1 f ' f aff" J, A wf' , fl J Y . LJ-fi ,f My f , ,cv V N C ff r f of ,Af ' fit K if fig, 1 Lfiinwaj 1 I f 41,4 ev? 1 fvl'-"FL"4 bg , V 1 5 y J f 1 K 1 ,lf X ft f V , N L-ff K , Jeff J ..f" J ,f 14,17 ,. , , 'jeff f u f'. sf , , 1 -,ffv J!! "'664pM!ZHQ'f! V ff ,HY VJ 4115! Q, , ' ,VI - QL y !. if ' -JW" , ff. ' . f Y 1 A gwvf 'fl M JAN 176 'V fbi f . QW ! ,f f ,Lf ll Zfizflxj M ,f IOC!! L Q L ff L' , V0 f fz ff!!! JL rfaf If pl 7 in 1 'f V L ll ' W1 M VL fQ'A,L fj fffffffvf J VW!! 7 ' V' ff! M , ans L :orb K, A W! fmt J!Xyp LfL,.Zf1'j :J xg, ,- 700m "? fa-Q-flfccl 'L' pwM47Mg'Q,t, jWMMambj ' ' ' ZyiuMnLjf' U7 aw, 4'wJfJvfMf4fc,1f L,,Z44C,,,f Zu' " ' f 1:2111-Q,L6, wmulf , ' ,GMAJJ T5 4 foL,d.fl,fg,Zi gf-Q76 4 gay 54,41 ' MW W Wffkf,3,,u gf , ffwVf f - Zip, M f I M Wfzfgfmw, , ,f F J l I 'ffddl mfg, ff-M,, ww, . jfjg LZVZJWM 22 MM ,W W WWW! QQZM 4'4"f'ff L72 v0-2-ff-f77fMJ.f, ! ' Qff,,,,w , 4 I gf, .Lf K S: , X an f, i 2 1 ' I A . Xin, ku ,N f. ' 1 1 ,f '1 lij, T774 il L X Q0 CIJUW Aff 'QS wb QI5 b V ,X :S- C "J ff xfx P I xf ,!,., X 4. "dn, QVSGS Prix A E HH .in f ,X ' rm V 3, 1 .Ji 4, xwm. .M .. w,.W.w..1 . . FIRST Row MARGIE DUPUY MAGDALENA FAGUNDES. RUTH GRANT. NORNA HEARD. VERA LANCASTER. SECOND Row GERALDINE JONES Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE PATTY LEE. LEDN FARRlES.BARBARA ADAlR,MARlLYN DILLARD. THIRD Row HAROLD SOUZA MORRIS EASLEY JOHN LAIRD. JOEL KEOSKI. JIM TAYLoR, JAY CARLTON. 248:60 Gill!-Cz. THE SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL, WITH THE HELPFUL ASSISTANCE AND GUIDANCE OF MISS LoIS THOMPSON, CLASS SPONSOR, HAD A MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR. HAROLD SoUzA SERVED ASCLASS PRESIDENT BOTH SEMESTERS. AND WORKING WITH HIM FIRST SEMESTER WERE MORRIS EASLEY, VICE PRESIDENT: RUTH GRANT, SECRETARI: AND Jo ANN ABERCRDMBIE, TREASURER. SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS WERE JOHN LAIRD, vICE PRESIDENT: MARGE DUPUY, SECRETARY: AND JIM TAYLOR, TREASURER. THE FIRST ACTIVITY SPONSORED BY THE SENIDRS WAS THE CHRISTMAS DANCE, wHICH, WITH A"FAIRY LAND"THEME, WAS ENJOYED BY MANY. VERA LANCASTER WAS CHAIRMAN OF THE AFFAIR. OUTSTANDING MEMBERS OF THE CLASS INCLUDED JACK BECK. WHO EARNED A POSITION ON THE ALL VALLEY FOOTBALL SQUAD: KATHLEEN TAIT, wHo SERVED AS DISTRICT TREASURER FOR THE CALIFORNIA ASSoCIATIoN OF STUDENT COUNCILS AND AS MAYOR OF THE SAN JOAQUIN REGIONOFJUNIOR STATESMEN OF AMERICA: JIM REID AND RAYMOND SPENCER, wHo ALONG WITH KATHLEEN, MADE THE ZONE I FINALS OF THE BANK OF AMERICA AWARD CONTEST: AND RITA EMKEN, wHo woN THE TULARE LIoN'S CLUB SPEAKING CONTEST. CLIMAXING THE YEARS ACTIVITIES WERE NUMERAL PLANTING ON JUNE 5, SENIOR FREE DAY, JUNE 6: BACCALAUREATE, JUNE 8: AND COMMENCEMENT AND A SENIOR RECEPTION IN THE GYM ON JUNE 9, A DATE LONG AND ANXIOUSLY AWAITED BY MANY SENIORS. RITA EMKIN, RAYMOND SPENCER, KATHLEEN TAIT, AND JIM REID WERE CDMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS. ,SfX Qc'-f I S f x' xf -4 f I X W -.f ,:,,.f -wr ,-vhx 415 , .',i x N-"7, Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE LUPE ALDACO RAYIOND Auruouv Jll ARNOLD 165 '43 ,lb Q . 'MTV -q:' ,l Q36 "n:.:f BARBARA ADAIR JIIMIE ALEXANDER ROIERT Anznos OSCAR ATAIIAN '-44 --NI' if av? 'vu fwww Vx yr ,X .- if GARY ADCOCK CHESTER ALLEN RUBEN ARMS DORIS ATKINSON ff V X ga-ds' Em' 4-L il fl' 2 -J JY2.-L5 i ff' 4? Hur' Q.-r" ,...-NL sf' .1-"" Nl' 'i 'S LAvoN ATKINSON MERIETTA AUTRY JOYCE BADGLEY WILLIAM BAILEY JANNETT BAKER FRANCES BANDY MERVIN BARNES JACK BECK DONALD BERRY DONA BILLINGSLEY DIANE BLYLEVAN Bos BONWELL T 064 sf f'.,"" ffil 'Q 'F -li 'U' '!:7' .X-ra' cull' nnqk qi, K V., .TI 3? LAWRENCE Booxin BARBARA Bovzn MYRTLE BROCKETT SYBLE BROYLES LEE BonaA BILL BRANTLEY JAMES BROIN BERNICE BRYAN XX Q f' LQ ff" 'Uh 3' STANLEY BORGES HAROLD'BRlDGES - MlLDREDHBi5WN SMEILA BUCHANAN l 1 f. I 4" -.ff 117 5' -Er ,fi 'Nr-' iv--i -. 'Q nr 'V' sf' C77 Nga, 'Ea' 3 sf G sf' ff IU! Sf' 5' JAY CARLTON DonA CARQOLL Jesse CARRILLO VIRGINIA CAT55 NAOMI CMABIEL FRANK CLARKSON WAVA CLEMENTS Iuocsns CLouo Jos CosLHo SHIRLEY c0LL1Ng DOLORES COSTA ELIZABETH COSTALES sf E7 Q if' C' Affx .fps nd E7 W 44" nr 1-Q .f .pfv- 1 gii Sf' 'Sf' Q..-af' Q S :ws XG' 'I 'U 'VS' '11 1 JIMMIE Cox DEVON DAILEY MARGARET DAVIDSON MARILYN DILLARD HELEN CULLUI JIM DAMRON EMMA DECOITA DOTTIE DODSON fv- TITIP JUNIOR CUNNINGHAM SAM DANIELS CAROL DEL RE CLAUDETTE Donnls Q 'ff .4 .swf 3 55' if' A' .L,,...f T' 'Rf -.2 "Sf ,OC X xr' 'Vw hd! ----If N7--...V 'sv INA DUGGAN MARJORIZ DUPUY MELVIN DYSART MORRIS EASLEY Ronnie Ensrzn Domu ELLloTT LONNIE ELLIOTT VICTOR ELLIOTT HARLAN EMKEN RITA EMKEN BETTY EVANS LARRY EVANS 'sl' env" 'WW ' S' 9-' as'- Nh 5' MAGDALENA FAGUNDES EDGAR FARMER PAULINE FASCENDINI Lou ANN FREEMAN -gif' E' sv- 5 4.f"Xs 'Vw HELEN FAHRNEY LEON FARRIES CAROLENE FRANKLlN Ton FROST 6 V. fi sd '5 W' -M' NJN mum!! NFWA! .vm 4465 SE. 'Q 91? 'CY' 13" MABLE FRUTUOZA MARION GAGO MIKE GARCIA CHARLES GARRETT Ennis GlnAoo LEON GouLn PEGGY HALLEEN SALLY HARPER 41" fi I' Q ELEANOR GALAVIZ PATRICK GlPsoN QUTH GRANT EVAGENE HKRRINGTON a0""" QR!-N BETTY Lou HARRIS Downes HILL BILL Houzoua RAY Hoon rw if 'E' Yi' Nomu HEARD NANCY HILL Lols HoLcoMs HARRISON HOPKINS X E -'T ,.-Q--ur E? N157 595 fbi 'MK 'U' awk? if nu'-5 GT' PLACIDA INFANTE PAUL IRVING ARLAYNE JENSEN DONALD JONES GERALDINE JONES KINROY KEEFE JOEL KEOSKI ALFRED KEYS ANNA MAE KING ToNl KAANTZNAN JOHN LAIRD JERRY LAMARSNA 5' pau AIPQ Yi' nik 'Ui GERALD LANG PATRICIA LEE MARION LONG DIANE Luclo SW? 'ul' ,.-ff' 'E'-:P if Sf 5.-I' Av- Q7 41-lf? nd wdf r'-M-Q. Rv' 'UTZ7' J-fp GFX 4970 Lf., XM si ,.,..- sf- '27 Don MARTIN JAMES MAT:-HAS SHIRLEY MEASON GEORGE MENDONCA ROSIE Manszr-:s JIM MILLS DONALD MINYARD wILL'Au MOFFATT MONTE Moon: 0. C. MORRIS RAY M055 MARGARET MUELLER 'T,'7 HARVEY MULLINIKS ORVAL NELSON Jo: Nixon FERN 0'CONNER 5 17 1'5" CRARLES HCKINNEY Paco NETRERTDN FRED Nunez MARGARET ORTIZ fi ,,..-uv Nf YTJF' sv' I., . - - X.. AJ' 'Z' A-ai .fix fs ?VS 1 I 5 ELEANOR KATHRYN BARBARA MARILOU w"VF"' -if l ROBERTA PARKER BILL PARSONS NADINE PEREZ LENORE PERKINS G. W. PHILLIPS RAY PHILPOT ARLENE RABE BARBARA REED JAMES REID RICHARD RHOADES FAYE RIDENOUR ANNA ROACH A-T9 ww K, V , i SUV? 1,-v ,H 5? dl' wr' Hezi' ,,,,,-I Q" ACP' -flu ik . ' .ff 1 ',-mg.. , " ' H ,,., f-J if A - ww" :,, i?QQiiWk2 Zg,1?fZ,Z'-, , ' Aff' gwfgff, , w A gwa'a' ,.L fM.WfiA,AfL41 KWWgfwQ', A su' -af .-I 'NI' RICHARD ROBERTS BARBARA ROSENAN LESLIE SA VIRGINIA SANCHE1 JACK ROBERTSON ELDON ROVE ARTHUR SALAZAR JOAN SANDY MARILYN ROBERTSON EDDIE RUIZ NICHOLAS SAHCHEZ ERNESTINE SANTOS Q27 EDWARD Scorr RAYMOND SEARCY NONDA SEAToN JOHN SENECAL GEORGE SERPA PAULA SHAHIN SHIRLEY SMITH ELLEN JEAN SNYDER BILL SoRToR EVELYN SOTA HAROLD SOUZA MERVIN SouzA 'I' 'E' 'Nl' -...M 1' :PS v---A IAN sf :af af' 1r"' 'uf ol' qpii KENNETH SolEnsav DOUGLAS STEELMAN Boa TAYLOR CHRISTINE TEDDER .4 -mv' If VU. gp ff" ffl' mf sf t f I bf fi! LIN Qu-if E X au' JERRY SPAWN CECIL STOUT DOROTHY TAYLOR EMMA JEAN THOMAS V19 il' wrfw' RAYMOND bPENCER KATHLEEN TAIT JIU TAYLOR DARWIN THORPE . ,, pqgrv CARLOS Tonnss CARL Vlnson FRANKLIN WALL BARBARA WATANABE W HQ, . . get x 6225? f V NP' "l1',"" JEANN: WALKER EVERETT WATSON RAY WEATHERMQN 1 ,- JEANNIE WEAVER ll' I irwv? JEAN WILES LEVON WILLIS 5 JOE WILLIAMS JAMES WISENAN JOANN WRIGHT CIN JO ANN ABERCROMBIE LIBERAL ARTS CLASS CDUNCIL '49.'50,'5I.'52:TREASURER 49.51 OUNCIL '51 '52 G.A.A. '49,'50.'5I.'52: C GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL '49.'50 JR. RED CROSS COUNCIL 251.'52 BAND '49 WAR WHooP STAFF '52 JOYE LORENE ACORD HOMEMAKING BARBARA ADAIR LIBERAL ARTS C.S.F. '49,'5O CLASS COUNCIL '49.'52 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY '51 SENIOR CLASS PLAY '52 JR. STATESNEN '5O,'51.'52 CHORUS '49.'5O.'5I GARY M. ADCOCK GENERAL BAND '49.'50,'5I,'52 ORCHESTRA '50.'52 DANCE BAND '50.'51.'52 SENIOR PLAY '52 DRAMA CLASS '52 SWIMMING '50 LUPE ALDACO BUSINESS TRAINING FOOTBALL '49.'5O.'51 TRACK '49.'50 BASKETBALL '49.'5O LETTERMENS CLUB '49.'50,'51 HI-Y CLUB '50.'51 FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL '49.'50 J IMJIY GORDON ALEXANDER AGRICULTURE TRACK '48.'49 FOOTBALL '48 CHORUS '48,'49.'50.'51 RAYMOND ANTHONY VOCATIONAL HI-Y CLUB '51.'52 AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '49.'5O RED CROSS '51.'52 BOB ARENDS INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL '48.'49,'50.'51 BASKETBALL '49.'50.'51.'52 TRACK '5O,'5I.'52 Bovs FEDERATION PRESIDENT '52 LETTERMENS CLUB '5I.'52 KEY CLUB '51.'52 OSCAR ATAMIAN VOCATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '51.'52 DORIS YVVONNE ATKINSON MERCHANDISING JOURNALISM '50.'51 1 BEGINNING ORCHESTRA '48.'49 LAVON VIVIAN ATKINSON LIBERAL ARTS CHORUS. MIXED '5I.'52 TORCH CLUB '52 CRAFTS '52 PAINT 'N PATCHES '51 MERIETTA L. AUTRY MERCHANDISING KNITTING CLUB '50.'51 Co-OF TRAINING '51.'52 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS '50 JOYCE LAVERNE BADGLEY SECRETARIAL BAND '49.'5O,'51,'52 DANCE GROUP '49.'50.'51,'52 G.A.A. '49.'50.'5l,'52 G.A.A. PRESIDENT '52 WILLIAM BENTON BAILEY LIBERAL ARTS FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT JUNIOR, SENIOR CLASS PLAYS CLASS COUNCIL '51,'52 BASKETBALL '5I.'52 DANCE BAND '5O.'5I,'52 KEY CLUB '50,'5I.'52 JANNETT ROBERTA BAKER GENERAL ARGUS STAFF '52 LOIS FRANCES BANDY GENERAL BAND '50.'51,'52 CHoRUs '50 POSTURE QUEEN '50.'51 MERVIN RUSSELL BARNES LIBERAL ARTS TORCH CLUB '49.'50.'5I.'52 JR. STATESMAN '5I.'52 C.S.F. '50 TENNIS '50.'51 FORENSIC '52 TRACK '52 JACK BECK COLLEGE PREPARATORY FOOTBALL '49,'50.'5l,'52 HI-Y CLUB '51,'52 LETTERMENS CLUB '50.'51,'52 BAND '49.'50.'51,'52 DONALD EUGENE BERRY LIBERAL ARTS TRACK '5O.'51,'52 CROSS COUNTRY '49,'50 'SI A.S.B. VICE PRESIDENT '52 BAND '49.'50,'5I.'52 LETTERMENS CLUB '51.'52 KEY CLUB '5I.'52 DONA LEE BILLI GSLEY AD Y EADER 'SI AN CLASS VICE PRESIDENT 49 o DANCE GROUP -49,'5O, 51 I- HESTRA 49.'5O.'5I.'52 NIOR CLASS PLAY '51 L :ERAL A'TS ,IL -If I I-E CLASS SECRETARY '50 ' .. N ..I R DIANE DELORES BLYLEVEN GENERAL MIXED CHORUS '51.'52 G.A.A. '51.'52 CREATIVE WRITING '51 LAWRENCE ALONZO ROOKER VOCATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '49.'50,'5I,'52 FOOTBALL '48,'49.'5O.'51 LETTERMENS CLUB '51.'52 CARVER CLUB '50,'5I LEE BORBA AGRICULTURE F.F.A. '48.'49.'5O,'5I,'52 F.F.A. JUDGING '5O,'5I.'52 FRESHNAN CLASS COUNCIL '49 NATIONAL F.F.A. SHOWMANSHIP CHAMPION '50 STANLEY JOSEPH BORGES LIBERAL ARTS A.S.B. PRESIDENT '52 JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT '51 SOPHOMORE CLASS VICE PRESIDENT '50 KEY CLUB '5O.'5I,'52 BAND '5O,'5I.'52 JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS '51.'52 BARBARA JEAN BOYER BUSINESS TRAINING GIRLS GLEE '51.'52 WILLIAM BRANTLEY VOCATIONAL BASEBALL MANAGER '51.'52 BASKETBALL MANAGER '51.'52 FOOTBALL MANAGER '51 HAROLD LOYD BRIDGES AGRICULTURE F.F.A. '48.'49.'50.'5I MYRTLE ANN BROCKETT GENERAL CLERICAL BIBLE CLUB '50,'5I.'52 GLEE CLUB '49.'5O.'5I.'52 PAINT 'N PATCHES '51 '52 JUNIOR DANCE '51 SENIOR DANCE '52 SENIOR PLAY '52 JAMES E. BROWN INDUSTRIAL jx TUMBLING '49.'50.'5I,'52 MI D , RIE B F.H. ' KNI I U Y.TEENs L . 2 SYBLE FAYE BROYLES GENERAL ART CLUR GIRLS GLEE '51.'52 PATRICIA RAE BRUNING LIBERAL ARTS MIXED CHORUS '51.'52 GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '5I,'52 G.A.A. '50.'5I.'52 SHEILA ANN BUCHANAN LIBERAL ARTS JUNIOR STATESMEN '49, ORCHESTRA '49.'50.'51 C.S.F. AND TORCH '49, JUNIOR. SENIOR PLAYS FORENSICS '50.'5I '52 SOPHOMORE COUNCIL '50 JAY HAROLD CARLTON GENERAL FOOTBALL '48.'49.'5O, TRACK '49,'5O,'5I,'52 BAND '5O.'5I.'52 CLASS COUNCIL '51.'52 '5O.'5I. .'52 '50,'5I. '50.'52 '51 LETTERMANS CLUB '5I,'52 HI-Y CLUB '51.'52 JESSE LOPEZ CARRILLO ' INDUSTRIAL TRACK '49 '50 CROSS COUNTRY '48.'49 DORA MAY CARROLL BUSINESS TRAINING G.A.A. '51 F.B.L.A. '52 VIRGINIA RUTH CATES MERCHANDISING G.A.A. '48.'49 GLEE CLUB 'A8,'49 FRANK CLARKSON JR. INDUSTRIAL BASKETBALL '49.'50.'51.'52 BASKETBALL CAPTAIN '51.'52 SI '52 BASEBALL 'A9.'50,' , BIBLE CLUR '51.'52 TRI-COUNTY BIBLE CLUB PRESIDENT 5 WAVA MAURICE CLEMENT BUSINESS TRAINING RED CROSS '49.'50.'52 BAND '49.'5O DRAMA '52 SENIOR PLAY '52 MARGARETT IMOGENE CLOUD LIBERAL ARTS TORCH '49.'5O FORENSIC '52 JUNIOR STATESMEN '50 '52.'52 WAR WHOOP STAFF '52 ARGUS STAFF '52 SENIOR PLAY '52 JOE C . COE LHO VOCATIONAL FOOTBALL '5O.'5I AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '50 SHIRLEY MAY COLLINS GENERAL USHERETTES '50 GLEE CLUB '52 Y-TEEN '52 MARY DOLORES COSTA GENERAL F.H.A. '49.'50,'5I.'52 PROM DECORATING '5I CLOTHING CONTEST PLACED 2NO '5 FASHION SHOW '49, '5I,'52 G.A.A. '51.'52 ELIZABETH BENIVEDEZ COSTALES BUSINESS TRAINING MEXICALLI CLUB '49.'5O.'51.'52 LATIN AMERICAN CLUB '49.'5O.'51 GERALD GLEN CRAVEN INDUSTRIAL HELEN LOUISE CULLUM USINESS TRAINING BIBLE CLUB '49,'5 CRAFTS CLUB '5 JUNIOR CUNNINGHAM INDUSTRIAL DEVON PRESTON DAILEY INDUSTRIAL GUITAR CLUB '49.'50.'51 JAMES DAMRON AGRICULTURE F.F.A. '49,'5O.'5I.'52 F.F.A. LIVESTOCK JUDGING '5O,'5I. 52 FOOTBALL '50 SWIMMING '49 MARGARET LAVELLE DAVIDSON MERCHANDISING WAR WHOOP STAFF '50.'5I GLEE CLUB '48.'49 ENMA CATHERINE DECOITO GENERAL k??--L f,,GAR'7!TVONNE DEL RE SE ETARIAL . .A. '49,'5O, I,'52 J NIOR C NCIL '50.'5I . D O ECRETARY '50 IJR., . R ORATING '51 G B 'SO' MARILYN EMILY DILLARD SECRETARIAL SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL '52 BAND '49.'50,'51,'52 DANCE GROUP '51 G.A.A. '48 DOTTIE ANN DODSON SECRETARIAL BIBLE CLUB '51.'52 F.B.L.A. '52 CLAUDETTE DORRIS GENERAL BAND '49.'5O.'5I.'52 BIBLE CLUB '50.'51.'52 INA ROSE DUGGAN LIBERAL ARTS JUNIOR PLAY '50 SENIOR PLAY '52 CHORUS '49.'51.'52 DRAMATICS '52 WAR WHOOP STAFF '52 PAINT'N PATCHES '50 MARJORIE ANN DUPUY LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS SECRETARY '52 JUNIOR STATESMEN '49.'50.'51 FORENSICS '50.'5I,'52 DRAMA CLASS PLAY '51 SENIOR PLAY '52 ARGUS STAFF '52 MORRIS EARL EASLEY LIBERAL ARTS FOOTBALL '48,'49 BASKETBALL '49.'50 BASEBALL '49,'50.'51.'52 LETTERMENS CLUB '50.'51.'52 JUNIOR STATESMEN '52 SENIOR CLASS VICE PRESIDENT RONNY GENE EASTER GENERAL CLERICAL FOOTBALL '48.'A9 BASKETBALL '49.'50,'51.'52 BASEBALL '5O,'51,'52 TABLE TENNIS CLUB '51 DONNA MAE ELLIOTT MERCHANDISING G.A.A. '48,'49 GLEE CLUB '49.'5O.'51 LONNIE ANDREW ELLIOTT GENERAL F.F.A. '49.'50,'5I VICTOR PAUL ELLIOTT GENERAL F.F.A. '49.'5O.'5I HARLAN BERNARD EMKEN INDUSTRIAL RITA EMKEN LIBERAL ARTS ORCHESTRA '50.'51,'52 G.A.A. '49.'51.'52 JUNIOR STATESMEN '52 SENIOR PLAY '52 FORENSICS '52 CREATIVE WRITING '51 LARRY GORDON EVANS INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL '49 B CLASS FOOTBALL '49.'50 GLEE CLUB '48.'49 SENIOR CLASS PLAY '52 MIXED CHORUS '5I,'52 ELSIE MAE EWTON MERCHANDISING G.A.A. '4B.'49.'5O.'51 MAGDALENE FAGUNDES HOMEMAKING CHORUS '49,'5o,-5I.j5z POSTURE CONTEST '51 F.H.A. '5O,'5I.'52 SENIOR COUNCIL '52 RED CROSS COUNCIL '52 HELEN EILEEN FAHRNEY SECRETARIAL ART CLUB '49 PWGPMGCWB'1.5I F.B.L.A. '51,'52 ELEANORE ANN FARIA HOMEMAKING GLEE CLUB '49 LEON T. FARRIES GENERAL TENNIS '49,'50,'5I.'52 PRESS PHOTOGRAPHY '5I.'52 LEONE C. FARRIES SECRETARIAL JUNIOR CLASS PLAY '51 F.B.L.A. '5I.'52 JR. RED CROSS ' SENIOR CLASS CO IL '52 CAROLENE RUTH FRANKLIN BUSINESS TRAINING G.A.A. '49.'5O,'51,'52 CHORUS '49,'50.'51.'52 MODERN DANCE '5O.'5I,'52 PAINT 'N PATCHES '52 ARCUS STAFF '5O.'5? as EVELYN ALICE FRANTZ MERCHANDISING F.B.L.A. '50 BIBLE CLUB '5O.'5I LOU ANN FREEMAN HGMEMAK I NG BIBLE CLUB '49.'5O,'5I '52 TORCH CLUB C.S.F. '51 GIRLS GLEE '5O,'5I MIXED CHORUS '52 TOM FROST JR. MERCHANDISING TENNIS '48 ORCHESTRA '48,'A9 GUITAR CLUB '5O,'51 MABLE DOROTHY FRUTUOZO LIBERAL ARTS ORCHESTRA '49,'5O,'5I,'52 G.A.A. '49,'5O.'51,'52 MODERN DANCE '5O,'5I '52 JR. RED CROSS COUNCIL '52 G.A.A. COUNCIL '52 PAINT 'N PATCHES '5O.'5I MARION GAGO HOMEMAKING CHORUS '49,'5O,'SI.'52 F.H.A. '5O.'51 CRAFTS '52 FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL '49 EDMON CHARLEY GARRETT VOCATIONAL TUMBLING '52 CHORUS '49.'5O,'5I AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '50 ROBERT FRANK GEELS INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL '49.'50,'51,'52 PAT GIPSON INDUSTRIAL TUMBLING '49.'50,'51.'52 WEIGHT LIFTING CLUB '5O.'5I TRACK '50 AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '50 EDDIE JOHN GIRADO AGRICULTURE RED CROSS COUNCIL '50 BASEBALL '49,'50.'51.'52 BAND 'A9,'5O.'51,'52 LEON ROY GOULD BUSINESS TRAINING BASKETBALL '49,'5O.'51 HI-Y '5I.'52 X RUTH GRANT LIBERAL ARTS ARGU STA f 9.'50,'5I.'52 CLASS COUN '49.'5O,'5I,'52 STU !T,C' NCIL '52 JR. SMEN '49,'52 FOR I S '49.'5O.'52 JR. PLAY '50 L PEGGY LYNN HALLEEN LIBERAL ARTS STUDENT COUNCIL '5I,'52 PROM CHAIRMAN '51 CLASS COUNCIL '49,'5I GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '5I,'52 RED CROSS COUNCIL '5O,'5I.'52 C.S.F. '49.'50 SALLY HARPER GENERAL DANCE GROUP '49,'5O,'5I.'52 CHORUS '49.'5O.'51.'52 SENIOR CLASS PLAY '52 EVAGENE HARRINGTON MERCHANDISING BETTY LOU HARRIS GENERAL JUNIOR, SENIOR PLAYS '5I,'52 GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '52 G.A.A. '5O.'5I,'52 HORIZON CLUB '49.'5O,'52 ARCUS STAFF '52 SOPHMORE COUNCIL '50 NORMA JEAN HEARD GENERAL SONG LEADER '49.'5O MAJORETTE '51.'52 CHORUS 'A9.'5O,'52 DANCE GROUP '49.'5O.'5I,'52 5 A.A. '49,'5O,'51.'52 CLASS COUNCIL '50.'52 BOBBY HILL LIBERAL ARTS ORCHESTRA '49.'50.'51 TRACK '50.'5I.'52 ART CLUB '5I,'52 LETTERMENS CLUB '52 SCIENCE CLUB '51 DOLORES PAULINE HILL GENERAL NANCY HI 'A I LIB AL SEN! DA E GROUP '48,'49.'5O LUB ' O,'5I CE3Rg35gEgii52 A 5 INMS LEAGUE COUNCIL '49,'50,'5l,'52 LOIS HOLCOMB LIBERAL ARTS JR. STATESMAN '52 PAINT 'N PATCHES '51 KNITTING CLUB '51 GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '52 GEORGE ROLAND HOOD VOCATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '50,'51,'52 MARVIN RAY HOOD VOCATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '50 HARRISON HOPKINS GENERAL F.F.A. '48.'5O CADETS '49.'52 ALVIN JOE HUNT INDUSTRIAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '5O.'51 PLACIDA GAONA INFANTE SECRETARIAL BAND '49.'5O F.B.L.A. '52 LATIN AMERICAN CLUB H TORCH CLUB '5I.'52 MEXICALI CLUB '52 PAUL IRVING INDUSTRIAL BAND '49.,'5I.'52 AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '49.'5I,'52 BIBLE CLUB '50 DONALD LEE JONES INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL '49.'51 BASKETBALL '5O.'5I AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '49.'5O GLEE CLUB 49,'5I GERALDINE JONES LIBERAL ARTS BAND '49.'50,'5I CLASS TREASURER '49.'5O BIBLE CLUB '49,'5O,'5I JUNIOR STATESMAN '5O,'51 '52 FORENSIC '5I.'52 TORCH CLUB '49.'50,'51.'52 KINROY C. KEEFE LIBERAL ARTS JUNIOR. SENIOR PLAYS '50.'52 ARGUS STAFF '51 '52 JR. STATESMEN '49,'5O.'51,'52 FORENSIC '5I,'52 JOEL FRANCIS KEOSKI LIBERAL ARTS ARGUS STAFF '52 AIRPLANE CLUB '5O,'52 JR. STATESMEN '5I.'52 CLASS COUNCIL '51 TORCH CLUB '50 ALFRED LEE KEYS VOCATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '5O,'5I F.F.A. '48,'49.'50 ANNA MAE KING GENERAL CARVER CLUB '5I.'52 ANTOINETTE RENE KRANTZMAN LI BERAL ARTS SONG LEADER '49.'5O BANNER GIRL '5I.'52 G.A.A. '49.'50,'5I.'52 GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '52 DANCE GROUP '49.'52 SENIOR PLAY '52 JOHN DAVID LAIRD LI BERAL ARTS FOOTBALL '48,'49 '50.'51 TRACK '49,'50,'51,'52 WRESTLING '52 LETTERMENS CLUB '49.'5O.'5I,'52 HI-Y CLUB '5O.'5I.'52 SENIOR PLAY '52 JERRY DEAN LAMARSNA INDUSTRIAL BOYS GLEE '49 MIXED CHORUS '5O,'51,'52 SENIOR PLAY '52 VERA LOIS LANCASTER GENERAL MAJORETTE '49.'50,'5I DRUM M CLASS COUNCIL '5O,'51.'52 FOOTBALL OUEEN '51 C.S.F. '52 G.A.A. '49.'5O PAINT'N PATCHES '49 GERALD CARL LANG AGRICULTURE F F A '49 '50 '51 '52 WILLA MAE LANGSTON GENERAL F.H.A. '49 LOLA LAUGHLIN GENERAL PA FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL '49 F.H.A. '50 TTY LEE SECRETARIAL PH ME SENIOR COUNCIL '52 F.B.L.A. '5I.'52 WAR WHOOP STAFF '52 TORCH CLUB '50 GIRLS TUMBLING '50 YLLIS ELAINE LIGGETT RCHANDISING G.A.A. '49.'50.'5I G.A.A. COUNCIL '5O,'5I GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '5O,'5I JUNIOR CLASS PLAY '50 SOPHOMORE COUNCIL '49.'5O JUNIOR COUNCIL '5O,'5I CECIL LINE MERCHANDISING BASxETBALL'50.'5I HI-Y CLUB '5I.'52 AJORETTE MARION ELLIS LONG INDUSTRIAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '52 F.F.A. '49.'5O,'5I FRANK V. LORENZO VOCATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '50,'51 MARIE DIANE LUCIO LIBERAL ARTS STUDENT COUNCIL '51.'52 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY '50 DANCE GROUP '48.'49.'50 WAR WHOOP STAFF '51.'52 FRESHMAN DANCE CHAIRMAN '48.'49 RED CROSS COUNCIL '49.'5O DELORES MARIE MACEDO HOMEMAKING BAND '48,'50 FASHION SHOW '50.'51 F.H.A. '49.'50 JAMES PAUL MATHIAS LIBERAL ARTS FOOTBALL '48,'49,'5O.'5I BASKETBALL '5O,'5I,'52 TRACK '49.'5O.'51,'52 FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT '49 LETTERNENS CLUB '5O,'51.'52 KEY CLUB '5I,'52 SHIRLEY ANN MEASON MERCHANDISING BAND '49,'50 '51 TONY ARTHUR MENOONQA MERCHANDISING TRACK '5O,'51.'52 CROSS COUNTRY '5O,'5I.'52 CHORUS '49 ROSIE MENEZES GENERAL CLASS COUNCIL '49 RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVE '50.'51 WAR WHOOP STAFF '51 F.H.A. 'A9.'50.'51.'52 JAMES LEROY MILLS VOCATIONAL FOOTBALL '49.'5O.'5I TRACK '49.'5O,'51.'52 BASKETBALL '49.'50,'5I LETTERMENS CLUB '49.'5O.'51.'52 HI-Y CLUB '49.'50,'51.'52 KEY CLUB '5O,'5I DONALD WAYNE MINYARD BUSINESS TRAINING AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '5O,'5I.'52 WILLIAM PAUL MOFFATT LIBERAL ARTS JR. STATESMEN 'A9.'5O.'51.'52 PRESS PHOTOGRAPHY '5I.'52 C.S.F. '49.'50,'5I,'52 TORCH CLUB '49.'5O.'51.'52 ARGUS STAFF '5O.'51.'52 FORENSIC '51,'52 MONTE MOORE IERCHAND I S ING AVIATION CLUB TENNIS SCIENCE TORCH CLUB HERBERT 0. C. MORRIS INDUSTRIAL VIRGIL RAY MOSS GENERAL BOYS GLEE '49 MIXED CHORUS '52 MARGARET MUELLER LIBERAL ARTS DANc5fGROUP ' . O,'51,'52 FOL DANcI CLUB 50.'51 GI s L GUE COUNc L '52 SE O LAY '52 JUNIOR STATESMEN '52 ART CLUB '49.'50.'5I.'52 HARVEY MULLINIKS INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL '50.'5I,'52 FOOTBALL '50 CHARLES MCKINNEY INDUSTRIAL ELEANOR RIVERA NAHIAL GENERAL CLERICAL ORVAL NELSON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '49.'5O,'5I X MARGARET EVERLY IPEGOI NETHERTON 2:3 7 GENERAL T--- SENIOR DANCE GROUP '49.'50,'51,'52 FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL '49 MIXED CHORUS '49.'5O,'5I,'52 52 G.A.A. WAR WNOOP STAFF '52 KATHY JOLENE NEVE GENERAL DRANATICS '5I.'52 SPANISH CLUB '51 BIBLE CLUB '52 JOE NIXON INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL '5I.'52 FOOTBALL '51 BARBARA LEE NUTTER LIBERAL ARTS CHORUS '49.'50.'51.'52 FORENSICS '5O,'5I.'52 DANCE GROUP '5I.'52 TENNIS TEAM '52 SENIOR PLAY '52 RUBY FERNE 0'CONNOR USINESS TRAINING G.A.A. '50 DANCE GROUP '49.'50.'51 SONG LEADER '50 MARGARET BALLESTEROS ORTIZ BUSINESS TRAINING LATIN AMERICAN CLUB '49.'50.'5I MEXICALLI CLUB '49.'50.'5I,'52 MARILOU SUSAN OWEN GENERAL PUBLIC SPEAKING '51 G.A.A. '49.'50.'5I KNITTING CLUB '5I PAINT 'N PATCHES '49 BAND '50 ROBERTA SCHELL PARKER BUSINESS TRAINING Y-TEENS CLUB '50.'5I.'52 F.B.L.A. '5I.'52 WILLIAM DONALD PARSONS INDUSTRIAL NADINE PEREZ BUSINESS TRAINING G.A.A. '49.'50.'5I.'52 GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '51 ADVANCED ORCHESTRA '5O,'51.'52 DANCE GROUP '49,'5O,'5I.'52 LATIN AMERICAN CLUB '49,'5O.'5I TENNIS '52 LENORE DIANNE PERKINS GENERAL ORCHESTRA '48.'49,'50 CRAFT CLUB '50,'51 F B.L.A. '5I.'52 Y-TEENS '5I.'52 TORCH CLUB '52 GREGORY WAYNE PHILLIPS LIBERAL ARTS PROM COMMITTEE ' 51 MAY ARLENE RABE GENERAL BIBLE CLUB '50,'5I.'52 CHORUS '50,'5I.'52 BAND '50,'5I.'52 BARBARA REED HOMEMAKING CARVER CLUB '49.'5O MIXED CHORUS '49.'5I KNITTING CLUB '51 JAMES ROBERT REID LIBERAL ARTS C.S.F. '49,'50.'S .'52 TORCH CLUB '49.'50.'5I,'52 JR. STATESMEN '49.'5O.'5I.'52 SCIENCE CLUB '49,'5O FORENSICS '5I.'52 RICHARD LEE RHOADES INDUSTRIAL LETTERMENS CLUB '49.'5O.'5I SWIMMING TEAM '49.'5O.'5I,'52 FAYE MINNIE RIDENOUR MERCHANDISING BIBLE CLUB '51 ANNA MARGARET ROACH SECRETARIAL F.B.L.A. '5I.'52 RICHARD ROBERTS AGRICULTURE F.F.A. '49.'5O,'5I.'52 JACKIE BOYD ROBERTSON GENERAL FOOTBALL '48.'49.'50 TRACK '49.'50 WRESTLING '52 BAND"49.'5O,'51.'52 CHORUS '5I.'52 LETTERMENS CLUB '50.'5I.'52 MARILYN ROBERTSON GENERAL G.A.A. '49,'50.'51.'52 CLASS YELL LEADER '49 SONG LEADER '50 ASSISTANT YELL LEADER '52 DRAMA CLASS PLAY '51 G.A.A. COUNCIL '52 BARBARA ELLEN ROSEMAN LIBERAL ARTS FRESHMAN TREASURER '49 BAND '49.'5O,'5I,'52 TORCH CLUB '52 SENIOR PLAY '52 ELDON E. ROWE LIBERAL ARTS JUNIOR PLAY '50 SENIOR PLAY '52 WAR WHOOP STAFF '5I.'52 ARGUS STAFF '50.'5I.'52 JR. STATESMEN '5O.'5I,'52 FORENSICS '5I,'52 EDDIE RUIZ INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL '48.'49 BASEBALL '49 BASKETBALL '49 F.F.A. '49 LESLIE AL SA AGRICULTURE F.F.A. '49.'50.'5I ARTHUR PEREZ SALAZAR GENERAL BIBLE CLUB '48,'49.'52 TENNIS TEAM '48.'49 TENNIS CLUB '48.'49 HI-Y CLUB '48.'49 FOLK DANCE CLUB '48,'49 AVIATION CLUB '48.'49 VIRGINIA SANCHEZ BUSINESS TRAINING G.A.A. '50.'5I,'52 MEXICALI CLUB '5I.'52 LATIN AMERICAN CLUB 'SI USHERETTES '50.'5I F FREDA J LIBERAL ARTS STUDENT BODY S. ' ARY '51 52 CLASS S CR- - ' ' '50 51 'I' 48. 49. .' JR. S ,' '49.'5O.'5I.'52 G.A.A. -9.'50.'5I.'52 COUNCIL SENIOR P,AY '52 BLOCK T ERNESTINE SANTOS .E GENERAL CLERICAL MEXICALI CLUB '49.'50.'51.'52 LATIN AMERICAN CLUB '49.'5O.'51 G.A.A. '50.'51,'52 ' RAYMOND SEARCY JR. AGRICULTURE F F A '49 '50 '51 '52 BASEBALL '5l,'52 NONDA SHERRELL SEATON MERCHANDISING CHORUS '50.'5I.'52 G.A.A. '50 JOHN MAURICE SENECAL AGRICULTURE F F A '49 '50 '51 '5? WRESTLING '52 TRACK '51 CHORUS '5O.'F1 TUMBLING '50.'5I PAINT 'N PATCHES '51 GEORGE WILLIAM SERPA AGRICULTURE F.F.A. '49,'5O,'51.'52 AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '49,'SO F.F.A. JUDGING '49,'50 PAULA SHAHINIAN LIBERAL ARTS G.A.A. '49,'5O.'5I,'52 BLOCK T '52 G.A.A. COUNCIL '49,'50.'51,'S2 bww RED CROSS COUNCIL '49.'5O,'5I.'52 CLASS PLAYS '51.'S2 ART CLUB '5O.'51.'52 SHIRLEY JEAN SMITH SECRETARIAL F.B.L.A. '5I,'5? JUNIOR CLASS PLAY '50 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE ' ELLEN JEAN SNYDER HOMEMAKING CNoRUs '51.'S2 G.A.A. '48.'49.'5O BILL H. SORTOR MERCHANDISING MARY EVELYN SOTO GENERAL CLERICAL MEXICALI CLUB '49.5O,'51,'52 LATIN AMERICAN CLUB '49,'5O,'51 G.A.A. '5O.'5I.'52 DANCE GROUP '50.'51,'52 USHERETTES '5O.'51 GIRLS GLEE '49.'50 HAROLD S. SOUZA LIBERAL ARTS CLASS PRESIDENT '51.'52 CLASS PLAY '5I,'52 BAND '49,'5O,'51,'52 SWIMMING '51,'52 DANCE BAND '5O,'51,'52 KEY CLUB '50.'51,'52 51 MERVIN LESLIE SOUZA GENERAL F.F.A. '48,'49.'5O TRACK '49.'50.'51.'52 BAND '5O,'51 '52 BASKETBALL '49 MIXED CHORUS '52 TUMBLING '49 KENNETH WAYNE SOWERSBY VOCATJONAL TRACK '49 AUTOMOTIVE CLUB '49,'5O,'51,'52 JERRY SPAWN MERCHANDISING RAYMOND SIDNEY SPENCER LIBERAL ARTS JR. STATESMEN '49.'5O,'51,'52 C.S.F. '49, '50 '51,'52 JUNIOR SENIOR PLAYS '51.'52 ARGUS STAFF '50,'51.'52 COMMISSIONER OF BOYS ATHLETICS WAR WHOOP STAFF '51.'52 DOUGLAS GENERAL STEELMAN CECIL STOUT INDUSTRIAL , KATHLEEN TAIT LIBERAL BAND BL CK GI LS '49.'5O,'51.'52 ARTS T 51 ' L e E undzff E lf? . RY '52 A. .B. I BZ4 I Y CHAIRMAN '52 C F ' 9 '50 '51 '52 JRl!STATESMEN :49.:50.'51.'52 DOROTHY ENID TAYLOR GENERAL Y-TEENS CLUB 'S1,'52 G.A.A. '49 BIBLE CLUB '51 JAMES H. TAYLOR GENERAL SENIOR CLASS TREASURER '52 SENIOR PLAY '52 JR. STATESMEN '52 FORENSICS '52 FENCING CLUB '52 NORA CHRISTINE TEDDER MERCHANDISING USHERETTES CLUB '49.'50 F.B.L.A. '51 EMMA JEAN THOMAS HOMEMAKING F.H.A '49.'5O.'5I CARVER CLUB '48.'49,'5O GIRLS GLEE '49.'50,'51 CRAFT CLUB '49 KNITTING CLUB '51 DARWIN RALPH THORPE LIBERAL ARTS ORCHESTRA '49,'51,'52 TENNIS '49.'5O,'51,'52 C.S.F. '49.'50 TORCH CLUB '49,'50,'5I SCIENCE CLUB '51 JUNIOR PLAY '49 '50 CARLOS H. TORRES INDUSTRIAL MEXICALLI '49.'50 BASEBALL '49.'50 CARL VINSON GENERAL FOOTBALL '49 BASEBALL '49.'5O BASKETBALL '4B.'49.'50 CARVER CLUB '49,'5O F.F.A. '49.'5O HI-Y CLUB '50 JEANNE ELAINE WALKER GENERAL FRANK EUGENE WALL INDUSTRIAL CHORUS '49.'52 LETTERSMEN CLUB '5I,'52 FOOTBALL '5I,'52 TRACK '50,'52 BARBARA SETSUKO WATANABE SECRETARIAL GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL '50 F.B.L.A '51 DRAMATICS '51 RED Cnoss COUNCIL '52 JUNIOR STATESMEN '5I,'52 EVERETT RAY WATSON MERCHANDISING RAY GAYLORD WEATHERMON GENERAL F.F.A. '49,'50.'5I,'52 JEANNE ADELL wEAvER SECRETARIAL c.s.F. '49.'5o,'5I.'52 F.B.L.A. '5I,'52 ' G.A.A. '49,'5O ANITA JEAN WILES GENERAL JUNIOR BAND '49.'50.'5I 52 v ART '5I,'52 CRAFTS CLUB '51 ART CLUB '51 JOSEPH D. WILLIAMS GENERAL FOOTBALL '48.'5I BASEBALL '49.'50 TENNIS '50,'5I CHORUS '49.'5O JAMES WISEMAN LIBERAL ARTS BAND '49,'50.'5I,'52 TRACK '5I.'52 HI-Y '5I.'52 A.S.B. TREASURER '52 FRANCES JO ANN WRIGHT MERCHANDISING DANCE GROUP '49,'5O EEE I 1,5 ww, X K. 4 .sggnfffnf 'awfi 1 ' ..f 'f F X v M i at H ' Q' ,. '54 gfgi Y 5 if A ' CV, 'Qi-ifas Q E wx 'i 'Kiki I HAIR ln nw-,,,.,,. 1 w mg .sa M? vm R 'Q 433 O wi?- "L Q I ,r ,...av"?. V N K fgis K ik I w X xqf Y - " S., M . I Q. ' K 2 '- X g 1 2 - A 3 1? . Aj ., ' Y N1 ek V nib? V ' ' 'fr L 'f L Y yin' , X Y fx xv- 5 XJ A f, L. OW" -V100 m am If 1' ' ' ' X I .4 .MFZJ1 A , 1, ,mwsww 1' 141' A . if '- ,,r1.,- ,X A -f -- ly if-Q ' Eff M X 'X 3,2 ' f .17 rf" X , AY fffiyf I X ,- ll, MV kr., fy! 1, . I-,Xi H . VA: x- , 7 4 CU fb . , D I . 1, f N I x' 1' v ,lf 1 Q Y In .4 W xy' "L iff A ff - . v - ' :AI 'ffm A5 xr Q BJ f i2' 1 UD 'Y H , 5 f 3 . .,f P 1 I I 4 , I , Y X I I H 'K I A . 1 V4 xt QM , 'H fi. RN '-?' XV J Qtx H? N65 ,, 1 'Q K r Ci-' f J 'm 1 ' QQ 1 1 L' A X- ' ' x y fi xgr:-fi , " v 'iff g Q ,,,2i 4, gf M xr, J X"A7""'A"Kx,x HAH - NX K: ' XL K ,N-N Qi .9 M - ' 9 'TK ' ', rl X1 . QP- -Ta 1 1 ix 70 52, K H. ., H. , if ' H, 'Hr 'Q' 55 .5 lx AKPR-A, lx X4 A 3 1 +h ff' KA XT Sq' X X xxx Riu! I ,C Q' k kfcl LXH A-ip R7-Q ui . ,Qi X f' Y N nf. x ' " A Risk 'L x-"NK f KK xv Xu Q27 X. X xi dill? X xx R : X Qi ' ' X x 5115. R? Xfx X, 'N E-xi, X13- K E y-..,f ix ml ' -Q., 1 M ff", f x , X Y-A, V L mix .., S J' L m'l,,rM t ,FA :N :fn -xkgsQn..X,W N 1 x " ' A 0 " . .. A ' J . . ' , ' ' L ' '21 ',.,.4' 'J ' ' " '+A ' , ' ' . ,Mfkf rw 1 .. ' .NJ X " 5- gf N" ' A . 4 ,fx-N' 63 5- 1. -. .V h wy- ff' ' ' v, . wi' K gf XY Nec. 5 -'Q k H v 1,1-ff. V Ay .- 'F '-A a, ,AX xx , ' X Q A '- ' Q , , w'NNmWK W Myilwfivgigff f Q A lk X fwwx x +-M ,,.,LII3" N ., ggi , .. ,FN Q Q Q. I .. af L W 5 5 . Q F - 5 . 3 iw, N .X g 5 my ' S M jx 5 ,wa-:QM W. Q Q . 5, 3 HM W?'?x:fm. . ' f ki' FWSNQM W 1' AQYQSM' nfs. , 'F "Wd ,J ' 'sw X .. X L Mwfifafgf .-Q N ww 3. Na .K , x W, 'ww 2 Q , J' e 'sk ,k WM ,mv . 1 , va I .,,,+ A wi Q Rx . if .nw un., " N 1 X x xg X 4 M., uf rf. Q -1- XA 1 ,v A r y r argl 'pf-A "V," be 'v .tlaf . 3, ,. fil"'Q,d'v,'- , f's vii Q FIRST Row: MRS. ANN PAPPAS. PATRICIA WRIGHT. SUE SIMPKINS. EBETH FELL. TERRIL SAYIAL. SECOND Row: DONALD BROWN. FRANCES LAHANN. NANCY BEASLEY. DARLENE BRAZIL. NADINE BIXLER. JANET ALTAFFER. DOLORES CHURCHWELL. THIRD Row: FRED SHELEY, GERRY LAIRD. BILL MURPHY, JoHN BATISTA. JoHNNY ODENBAUGH. GARY SIMDNICH. SIISBGI' GSIISCI THE FIRST SEMESTER THIS YEAR WAS A BUSY ONE FOR THE JUNIOR CLASS or '52. JOHNNY ODENBAUGH WAS PRESIDENT, DoN BROWN WAS VIcE.PRESIDENT, PAT WRIGHT wAS SECRETARY, AND SAL CARRILLO WAS TREASURER. AMONG THE MANY ACTIVITIES wAs A FOOTBALL DANCE HONOR- ING THE A AND B TEAMS. VERA LANCASTER WAS CROWNED QUEEN. PAT WRIGHT, WENDELL LIPPINCOTT. AND BARBARA PRICE IN LEADING RDLES. wAS A TREMENDOUS HIT. STUDENT DIRECTORS WERE ARVELLE WILLIAMS AND DIANE RosE. DURING THE SECOND SEMESTER, THE JUNIOR CLASS. HEADED BY PRESIDENT GERRY LAIRD, HELD THE ANNUAL JR.-SR. PROM ON JUNE 6TH. THE THEME CHOSEN WAS NKING ARTHUR'S COURT,n AND TERRILL SAVIAL WAS PRoM CHAIRMAN. THE JUNIDRS SELECTED BEIGE AND DARK BROWN FOR THEIR SENIOR SWEATERS. OTHER OFFICERS FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER wERE: JOHN BATISTA, VICE PRESIDENT, SUE SIMPKINS, SECRETARY, AND BILL MURPHY, TREASURER. IST SEMESTER PRESIDENT JDHNNY ODENDAUGH. ZND SEMESTER PRESIDENT GERRY LAIRD SPONSOR MRS. ANN PAPPAS. PROM CHAIRMAN TERRILL SAVIAL .1 FIRST Row: EDNA ALEXANDER. NADINE BIXLER. GERALDINE BAUMGARTEN.BARBARA HARNETT. NANCY BEASLEY: SECOND Row: BEVERLY BARNES. FRANCES BETTENCDURT. Bos ATANIAN, JANET ALTAFFER. DONNA ALLEN. THIRD Row: MARY LEE ALBRITTON. RICHARD ALFORD. FRANRIE AVILA, JOHN ARMSTRONG JR.. HENRY ADKINS. FOURTH Row: RONALD ASKELAND. GILBERT ARMSTRONG. EARL BARNETT. RONALD BECKYII TH , WAYNE BAGWELL . .f ,..1mw,+, V- ,E Rm., FIRST Row: LA VERNE BRAGA. DoRA BOOKER. ELEANOR BROIN. BARBARA BURCHETT, LDRRAINE BROINFIELD. SECOND Row: JULIA BALNER. RICHARD Bucs. BERNICE BLACK. DARLENE BRAzIL. FLOYD BROWN. THIRD Row: GERALD BOYLES, LORENE BLACKWILL, DoN BRDUN, Jouu BUSTER. JAMES BooxER. FouRTN Row: JAMES BRo0Ks. ARTHUR BJoRx. BILLY BURCHAH, LEROY BRANTLEY, HOWARD BROWN. K.. .fa N M? ' Wwxw H-5 5'f3?I I 'Q-Q-up 1 FIRST Row: PATSY CHuRcHHAN. DOLORES CHURCHWELL. THELHA CoLE. SHELBY CHAHaERs. DORISTINE BUTLER. SECOND Row: Touuv CHAN. VERGIE CAMPBELL. ANNA Lou CLARK, SHIRLEY CAsEY. SHIRLEY CHEATHAH. THIRD Row: JOSEPH CAIN, JAMES COTTLE. CARL BUSTER. SAL CARRILLO, IRNA COMPTON. FOURTH Row: MERLE CARRIGER. JIH CALL. JERRY CASTOR, EPI COTA. RAY CORTEZ. FIRsT Row: BILLIE NELL EYER. JERRY EMMERSON. SHIRLEY Cox. DOROTHY ENos. PEGGY CREEL. SECOND Row: MARILYN DAVIDSON. BETTY ECHOLS, PAULINE ELLIOTT. JOSEPHINE ENOS. LOUISE DAWKINS. THIRD Row: CAROL DEARING. JoE DOMINGUES. CLINTON CULLUM, DEVoN PELHAH, ENocH ELLIS. FOURTH Row: DON EvANs. JoHH ELVIN. LEE DEAN, BILL ENGLE, FRANK DANIELS. 1 I on 0- FIRST Row: MARY JANE FONTES. EBETH FELL. BARBARA GUY. HILDA FRIZELL, JOHN JOE GARCIA. SECOND Row: DAVID Fox. BETTY GARCIA, CDNNIE GOLSTON, BETTY FOSTER. ALBERT FRIED. THIRD Row: DAVID FRANKLIN, RICHARD FERNANDEZ, RODNEY FRIES. JEWEL FRANKLIN. HELENE GO0DNAN.FouRTHRow: DALE FRY, PATRICK ESTRADA, DANIEL GREEN. MAURICE GAMBLE. BILL FERRELL. FIRST Row: RUSSELL HANILTDN, JACK HICKMAN. SOPHIE HEAD, JOAN HAYES. SHIRLEY HIFNER. SECOND Row: DEAN HENEXSON, MARGIE HALE. EMMA HILTON, VORMA HENSLEY, DARLENE HICKEY. THIRD Row: DoN HERREN, KENNETH HITCMCOCK, JOHN GUERRERD, KAY HILL, FAYE HAWKINS. FOURTH Row: DoN Hoses. KENNETH HARDESTY. BILL HIFNER. LOUISE ANN HAWKINS, ROBERT Hoses. Fins? Row: DIANNE JENSEN. HARVELLO HUIILE. MARY MAUDE KING. GENALDINE KELLY. MARTHA JoNNsoN. SECOND Row: ZoLLA LANCASTER. FRANCES LANANN, PAUL JAMES. ELIZABETH INEss. DONALD HoUsToN. Tnlao Roi: ELLA JoNNsToN. CLAuolE HoLsoNaAxE. MARTHA SUE JACKSON, SMIRLEE KINNEY. JACKIE LANCASTER. Founfu Row: RICHARD HOWARD. NEAL HOUSTON, REx KERR. Jluuv HowAno. Gennv LAlno. 'im' X X 3 FIRST Row: JOE LucAs. JoY MELER. NATIE Lorez. Luv: MARTINEZ, MYRNA LoNc. SECOND Row: MANY LORENZO. LoNA Locxvoon, HANNE NARKERT, GLORIA MAPLE. MERLENE MCCLURE. Tnlno Row: WENDELL LIPPINCOTT. PAT LosEY. EDNA MEITZENHEllER.BARBARA MATHOS. Founrn Row: RoNNlE LoAn. RICHARD MAULER. LQ FIRST Row: LDRETTA MOLLES,ANNMOTTA. SHIRLEY MCCAULLEY, MARY NELsoN. MARGARET MOLINAR. SECOND Row: EDDIE NIXON, MARY MCCULLOUGH, GRACE MONSHOWER. RDSALIND MURPHY, MARY ANN MuLLINIx. THIRD Row: MIKE MILNES. MERVIN MORGAN, JIMMY MDRTER. JAMES RST Row: PHYLLIS POPE. SHIRLEY PURGASON. HILDA PARR BETTY L v W N L N Q RX' R16 X KK 0 FI ILM gf Y mix gf J' ,-I ' L , , I T X F I f E X K IAQ X1 L IJ GX WAYNE MOORE. RONALD MCFARLAND. BIL lf ' ' - NEWMAN, DICK NEWSOM. FOURTH Rowzxk MDRPNY. Rosen NICHOLSON. BILL MOORE., Q L, 7 ' I A I lx X X X I , - 1 I , I I 1, ' I I k, V ax 5 'ii V-- Y XX' ,'N'X,:9 tl X XX XL I by yy JY I, I I .N I C L U I I If PARSONS. BARBARA RICE. SECOND Row: VIRGINIA PEATON. MARY ODEN. BEATRICE RAMos,MARY PEREZ.PHILLlP PLASCENCIA. THIRD Row: BILL 0vERsTREE1. DOUGLAS PATTERSON,HAROLD PRlCE.JON PETERSON, ALFRED POTTER. FOURTH Row: JIMMIE PoLsToN,RICNARD PAGGl,JOHN ODENRADCN ALAN PEEBLES. MANUEL PERALTA. www ,,.. . . W Nw. xx? ws MQW r, k 1 Em X 1 xx X - gf? M , W 5 sf ,Aw Q sl 2 ' ' ,mf ,wif f Q . ,4,, , QA? 4 Mk NNE iifgfsffrf5g fm X KS L Q'Si5?S1?.S M J f . 525 1 fl -L A SiQ'?fkfLf figs? K 2,15 A ,- V V 'J if jc Q' f - ' 5 ,eg , X X. f ,gig 14,-' , A5 Q ffm p , x fNi,5,g3j V, . ,jwil 4, , F .V-.57 Jigw X 5,5-4 H fwzfffv xf X gffijf, W , ,wif my, ,g , X 2.4 ,, ,,- Nike ,M . if fwwgfih-jim ,adv Miss W 5 an A fm Q A8246 ,S rv .- we 135' 52, ,W x x M 4'-fu? wg 'si w my 42.3 df? 2 1 gf? xi? .W is i KW' 'Ni mf' . 55, T, A eiwflig X -3,55 X as S' -Q ga ef? 'M A will 'KW X X X Q as Q Ewemwv E ' 4 -I S r I' 1 Z I N NI, qv sf X x lisa 5 t a f 3 K- " 'RZ ' , ls S M ai , RI I V ,Y-Fi R lg is E 0, E53 ii' , 1 f fm Q , , , 'x -4' 4 ,lf IMQMK Q Q7 ..W X,MfWW My if5WfMfWXfmM 9 f iff1ff'fF?Q5 fzfM if M Www H Mi WMYWM' A My MQ! ffffw W' I, W H fff M M 1 WM' ' ,W ,Lf gjagqp QMW WML M Q in Ny Q? X K vs 2 S 3 SQ XF? if if wi N Q I , , if LMA :Bjjf35'WjHwQM'W 'WW I W W ' WM KWQ ' iw Qiff f U! M 1 A CL fmmzw QLMSZ WW I ' fvfKf'yf f ' 014, , ' 1 gif Gb l ig I E ,x ' Q, S -ii , TX R 'Qilxgi-ik ri- X Qljii- SX 1 ' IX H ii .Q Q X I E ON!0pg,5 X X 515 M f AW l ffvlfwqz 5 TM wwf -fd? Z fwf ' NX E , is X ff . xi R, I 'Nl N , - "' ' Si M mg'fg'f4ff5 N X W, wwf ,if w M F W fgfffiyf fi A Da' of 8,9 ' 4 Yi-'YQQE-fig V +3 N ' H Wil W M vw Wi MQW Pjmyf FV p fwfjwwffff Y 6 Hx My M, W QQ553cfW W Vw My W xl fr Miyagi , NP limi 5 Q55 v ix xi Q - 0 f-ff'?ffLf1' ,f-ef.: " " - - YI 5+2:Q+f'?' - -, ' ., 13' ,f ' .7-, 4 ' .V g ' -.4 V , '- J xligfa' 'Qxgil , .7 , fl 1 K K 1 R '. 1 if WJ. JJ J 5325 l w Q of. If Uk HQ NIL JWAUK if S M MW M My UW My WWW JM WQWQW W W ' MEN WMV My MX X119 CU, ' 'UO M5 A' 9 in 'A Mn wffff N WLM? M6 ,fy ' N M 1 5 N +f ,U L' X W iw' I M M lk OA av W 1 W , WMM . qw 0 vWF! 9 ,W , ,U M g,,aa,n,a.a-:Azul-: My ICN A311 ,A l ww My f , yiijgp, Q ,iw V L L4 L 1 A I diff? VWV W M ZW ffl xx' 'fn ' n Z X V XJ K , lk 41 , W - 'Mfpf W Qf7ff, M ' W' 7'!l,1?L .yL ' my Q5 ' X I ,V ff W f ' V W? 13? I N H, Q Url -5 M4961 L, N I X: 5, FIRST Row: NANCY SEITZ. MARY ANN HODGES. UANNA LEE JACKSON,-LORETTA HAYs. RUTN ANN HUFFSNITN PAT WILLIAMS. MARY TnlsrAo. Sscono Row: ARLENE CAPslN. GLonlA BARNES, BONNIE STANLEY, BILLIE EAN CARROLL, Inuzssz JONEE. CAROL LIGGETT. Miss CASADY. THIRD Row: JOHNNY-LAIRENQE. RAYMOND Cnousz. GARY SAMPSON, JOHN RODRIGUEZ. DON NELSON, ARRY JONES,-BETTY HOLLINGSHED. A ' ' 'I I I I ' fm ,ff 'VFW "7ff!'1f17'v.LfiP .fp ' Q'Q,lLfLf f 'Lf4Xf1' T 0976! I ' o omora osnscl IzEg.ziy2rLof!!Jjg:4fEf?QL f1fu4 -'Z'14 p7!fth'cf' 25 v,zfLfjQ,LgL X THE SOPHOMORE CLASS SHOWED OUTSTANDI G K ,,ffL! 4' Y. , NM!! , ' , 7 . -' L-1' Aff.. SAX! Ml' P7 ' f I . If I r .gf,1LE49 'D ' L1 R, AND WERE PROMINENT IN MANY SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. V SOPHOMORES PUT ON A SKIT FOR A FOOTBALL RALLY, SERVED L THE CONCESSION STAND DURING A FOOTBALL GAME. SERVED RESHMENTS AT THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM AND DECORATED FOR COM ENCEMENT EXERCISES. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS WERE GARY SAMPSON, PRESIDENT: ALD NELSON, VICE PRESIDENT: NANCY SEITZ, SECRETARY: LARRY JONES. TREASURER. SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS WERE! 4 N LAWRENCE, PRESIDENT: BILLIE OVERSTREET, VICE PRESI- l T: IRNEESE JONES. SECRETARY: AND MARY ANN HODGES. TREASURER. IST SEMESTER PRESIDENT GARY SAMPSON ZND SEMESTER PRESIDENT JOHN LAWRENCE SPONSOR MISS FLORENCE CASADY ,.l K, ,fc?naAg. lf' L T f 'CY M K'-Y , 7.,- 0 I7 our 5 Eff' I X I I 3 wsf 3 KA. FIRST R0l:DOROTNY BAxEn.HELEN BAKER. OYEDA ARNOLD. BARIAAA HATE, Donls ADAMS. SECOND R0l:MAYNARD ALEXANDER. GLORIA BAnNEs. MARY BAILES. JOAN ARENDS. DoNNA BANEN. THIRD Rol: BEVERLE ADAMS. JAMES BAUGN. Bol ASKIN, TNAD BAXLEY. CANL BANUY. FOURTH Row: Joan LEE ALLEN. RUIEN ALVAREZ, WILEY BAas.WALLAcE AsNaunN. FIRST Row: ARCNIE BLEvINs. BETTY CALLAWAY, SNINLEE BURCNETT. JANET BETTENcounT. PAULINE BENTO. SECOND Row: VERNON BnIcxEY, BETTY Bvno. LonA BaolN, LONENE BNYANT. MARILYN BONVELL. THIRD Row: RONALD BNYANY. JOE BnoNN. STEVEN BILVADO. Jo ANN BILIARDI. TNELNA BEASLEY. FOURTN Row: CLEVIE BELYEU. KENNETN BRONN. Rov BEN1. WALLACE BnowN.DAvIo BOVER. FInsT Rol: Ruav CoTTA. JosErNINE CoELNo. SAAALEE CNAVEI. ELEAIOI CANALES. AALENE CAPSIN. SECOND Row: CLANA CARVALMO. EsTNEn CNAIIEL. MAGDALENA ClSNER05.PATSY CAsTol. PAT CNILoNEss. THIRD Rol: B. L. CLINE, JOE COSTA, ELLEN CARDEN. MANY CARINELLI. BILLIE CAnnELL. FounTn Row: MELFOUSE CARTEN. NORMAN CARD. JONNNIE CAsN. RICHARD CAnvALN0. KENNETN CAUDLE. .1 W I'3W'fw'g FIRST Row: BETTY DENNEY. CONNIE CUEVAS.B0lllE CouLTER.PAuLINE Cnoss. NANcY CRAIFORD. SICOND Roi: PAT DoNERTY. JOE ELLIS. ROIERT ELY, VEIONA CREEL. CLAUDIA ELLIs. Tnlan Role JI! CRITTENDEN. Rulv Doon. REX DYRES. BERNEICE DNILLIoN. NAoINE DuNLAr. FouRTN Row: RAY CROUSE, CNARLEs ClEECN.LELAND DoRRlS. GEORGE Cox. GIAINE DEMASTERS. FIRST Row: 'ANDA EZELL,BONNIE FRANK. 'BETTY GILBERT. DELLA GALAVII. Jo ELLEN FERsusoN. SECOND Row: PATSY GoooNER. HOLLY GARCIA. LINoA Glssou. BEVERLY FRAGA. BARRARA FRASER. THIRD Row: BARIARA GREEN. LEoNA FREEMAN. FRANCES GARNER. ALICE FAGUNDES. DoLoREs ENDS. FOURTH Row: EUGENE Fonu. ALLEN FUERY. JIMMY FOIRESTER. BILLY EUIANKS. CNARLES GALLAGNER. FIRsT Row: MARY HANES. DOROTHY HANSUROUGH. LORETTA HAYS, 113355 HAXNE5. HOYT HENDRIX. SECOND ROI: DEIEY HENNEssY. JERRY HAwxINs. EVART HARVEL, MARGIE HEAo. Don HEAD- THIRD Roi: PANrILo GuERRERo. LARRY GREEN. NAouI HARLEY. SuE HARSCMER, BONNIE HARRISON, FouRTN Row: VAucHN HAYES. PAUL GREER. VICTOR HARRISON. JIU HAvEs. RICHARD HARDENAN. FIRST Row: FLORINE HUBILEI CONNIE JACOBO, RUTH ANN HUFFSMITN. MARY ANN HODGES. MONTE ICNINAGA. SECOND Row: VIRGINIA HOMFELD.ANNE HIATT.LORRAINE JACKSON.DANNA JACKSON,RlENA HENSLEY. THIRD ROI! LAWRENCE HILL, DUAINE HUDSON, TROY JEFFRIES. BETTY RUTN HOLLINGSNED: IRNEESE JONES. FOURTH Row: VERNON JACKSON. DUDLEY JDIE. JERRY JOHNSON, DONALD JARRETT. JAMES HIXSON. FIRST Row:SNAwLENE LAINo.JoAN JONES. loNA KEATNLEY.JACKIE KONECNY, CEDRIC KLEINHANS, SECOND R0l!GLENN KREIDERI DELLA LElIs. LENA MAY LAWRENCE. ELAINE LAINENCE. MELVA LAInn. THIRD RoN:YvoNNE LAINO. BETTE LEIIs, VERDA KITcNENs. TRULEN KANNEs.LANnY JONES. Founrn Row: JAMES KIRKER. KENT KINN. EUGENE KELLY. JOHNNY LAwnENcE. FRANK LAWRENCE. FIRST Ro1:ENNEsTINE MARTINEl.5NIRLEY MASQN, GAIRIELA MACIAS. JEAN MENA. SECOND Row: MARY LIOON. JUNE LINE. CAROL MACEDO, NANCY LYNcN. MARSNIA LOAN. TNINO ROI: BEVERLY MATNEIS. PAT MATNIAS. CAROL LIGGETT. JESSE LORING. J. B. LEIIS. FOURTH Row: FRANK MACEO0. PAT LIVINGSTON. GEORGE MFNDONCA.JOE Lulz Jn.. VINOIL LEIIs. FIRST Row: LIDIA MURPHY, BLDNDINI MONTEIRO. ED MOLLES, BILLIE MCGHEE. EVELYN MURPHY. SECOND Row: JIMMY LEE NESTER. JOYCE NAGEL. FREIDA MCCLURE. WANDA MORRIS. ALBERTA NAGEL. THIRD Row: BARBARA NIXON. SHIRLEY MCMILLAN ELLERY MULOCK, TDHNY MILLER. JURILEE ScoTT. FOURTH Row: BILLY PATE. Don NELSON. JEAN NAGEL. JACKIE MouNT. CARROLL MILES. FIRST Row:DAN OIENS. VIRGINIA PERE2. CECILIA ORISIO. BARBARA O'SHlELDS. JOHNNY PAYNE. SEcoNo Row: JOE PIRE5. WESLEY NUCKOLS,FLORENCE ODEN. BILLIE OVERSTREET. DAVID PETERSON. THIRD Row: Bon PEARCE. FRED PAGGI. RUBEN ORTIZ. EDDIE PERRYMAN, PAT O'KELLY. FOURTH Row: LARRY PARRISH. Bun PATTERSON, Boa PARSONS,JOHN PEEBLES, Dua PETON. g:"'L..p FIRST Row: MARIE REDMAN, SHIRLEY PRICE. LEVILLA ROSSITER,VELMA PRICE. JAMES REED.SECOND Row:BonaIE ROGERS. BARBARA PURTLE.JANETTE PRIcE,DoR0TNY Pops, MARLENE PRICE. THIRD Row: PETE REYES. JDANN ROBY. MARILYN RIEDESEL. JOHNNIE RQDRIGUEZ, MAx RODRIGUES. FOURTH Row: BENNIE RENIKER. JIMMY RANKIN, DENNIS RoaERTsoN. Bos PRETTYNAN. DON PROCTOR- no X FIRST Row: HAZEL SAGER. ANNA SANTOS. BARBARA Rows. LSIE l . BEvERLIE SANLMAN. Sgco D Row: GLEN ScHoTT. DovLE SANDERS. NANCY SEITZ, TENNIE REED. EDNA SCNOTT. THIRD Row: ALVIN SAUDE, KENNETH SERPA, RuTN SEAToN, GEORGE SNALLING. CLARENCE SHAMAN. FOURTH Row: GEORGE SEMOES. GARY SAMPSON, BILL SlCKELS,BRYCE SHERMAN, LDREN Rusu. FIRST Row: FREDA TEDuER.JANET SouzA, RUTH SOUTNARD. DONNA SMITH. SECOND Row: CARLYN THIENE. GLORIA SouzA. BDNNIE STANLEY, JANET SNITN. THIRD Row: STEVE STATEN. TDMNY SHALL. CHARLES SOUTHARD. LINWOOD THOMAS. ARNANDO SoTo. FOURTH Row: JIMMY STEYARD, DoN SFENCER.JUNl0R Sworrono JOHN SMITH, WILLIAM SPARKS. FIRST Row: gMA31,In1slA2L EMILY TRUJILLO, EVELINA VELARDEZ. MAUDEEN THoNPsoN. SECOND Row:THEREsE WALKER, JOYCE THOMPSON, MARGARET TRIsTA0. JuANITA VANN. THIRD Row: DAN WARD. ANGEL TORRES. BETTY TRoGDoN. ESTHER Tong, Ruav WALKER. FOURTH Row:DELANo TUGGLE, FRANCIS WASHINGTON, HENRY TnRREs. DOROTHY VINsoN. FIRST Row: ERNESTINA ZAMORANO.AMELIA YDARRA. RABLE WILLIAMS. SHIRLEY WELCH. SECOND Row: HELEN WATANABE. PAT wELTE,DIXIE WHITcRAFT,Boe WOLFF. THIRD Row: RUTH WELCH. SUE WILLIAMS. PAT WILLIAMS. DAVID WHITE. JERRY WATERS. FOURTH Row: STANLEY WILSON- HOWARD YOUNG. DON WEED,GERALD WHITE. Bos WATKE. ,l'g Q a 'M 4Qf'.-Q,f3' 4 fm. 1' ,, . . LL, 4-L. XY , 1' f xy, K.. - 's '."' 'nel' s,.: N. , . . ,,.- V '-QM-'ui 1 H: , 59 , ff.. ig 3 , 2" I f W L' fr- 4 - if Y 7 A' l 7. ' .,,,.., r .-M, .mv r ,- I - QW W! , , f f f 1 2 'T 27 5 2 f ui P sb M' ,I ,. H " ' If SQ re6Qmem . ..,,- 1 4 .- '- 31 - v M . X v- x -.- P . ,,,-.-f . 1- K' 1 f -X -. 1 R Q x . N v f x x v W' 'L' v - 'X ' ' 1 .r- F X. . x "' , we X- .N. 1 . L - ,X ', f Q" -F xx X N N M X Q Y., wx .r 1 C-- X X . f A ' , ' 1 W 1 v ' f x . 4 H 1-'ni -iar 1 I A A ' 3 1 ' AL 1 ly ' 1 N ' 1 f 1 , -4 L , 1 l K X 4 by . ' JV ' L sf X L ' Y I UU y k, pf!! v F 'AJ Qi' gf' V 4 HJ r 4 y A x, K f ,V I J lfv 1 . Ol' I Iv uk Y ' I L V1 f I I f fl 'L A x OJ LL ' ' ff , 5 1 x x A L ' LL V I A 1 I LL f . l A IJ y t' V 6 I ., A A A if l . ,iw f f " f l up j " + ,X L - X 3 - f N . ., 'A 5' , 1' I ' r ' J ' I 1 M . 5 5 J NT mx' 5 :J L YK s x N 3 A K X 5 lbs W x Vx lj , i 5 LJ v X x X TN A Vx 3 B X 5 fl '8 mf" ' NN R - IPQ , X, PQ - 'Q xx X Ev X? X N Q 55 ,-.-vii.-.-? . .0r3. is s.. .gaw k i x V fb"-1,5 fy 1? Q. I A , -i" ' E,E. 1 X 5' f - .,5.' TNQ X' . LQ, 'kgyg Lnxxf -?f,.,4 gig? FIRST Row: JANET SEAVERS DOROTHY SOUZA- ROSENARY BRADSTREET,SHIRLEY BLACK . fi A , . JANICE VAN HOUTEN. NONETTE FASSO. PAT BILLINGSLEY, RUBY ELLEN JACQUES. LYNCH. SECOND Row: SAN CROSS. DELORES LOCNNOOD. JOYCE STIRNEMAN. JUNE . CAROL CLARK. LONEARL JEFFRIES, ANGIE LOPEz. THIRD Row: KENNETH MILLER. JACK HUTSELL, FLOYD SMITH. CLARICE THORPE. KENNY ADCOCK. GLENN BIGGERS. MISS OLESON. ,grab mem Ovlscl THE CLASS OF1955, UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF MISS PRUDENCE OLESON, CLASS SPONSOR, HAD AN OUTSTANDING YEAR. JACK HUTSELL SERVED AS CLASS PRESIDENT FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER. WORKING WITH HIM IN OFFICE WERE NMRGIE YOUNG, VICE PRESIDENT: PATSY BILLINGSLEY. SECRETARY: AND ROSEMARY LYNCH, TREASURER. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FIRST SEMESTER WERE FRESHMAN PARENTS' NIGHT IN OCTOSER, OPER- ATION OF A SUCCESSFULL FOOTBALL CONCESSION AT THE ARVIN GAME, A FOOTBALL RALLY FOR THE EAST BAKERSFIELD GAME, AND THE TRADITIONAL FRESHMAN WESTERN DANCE IN JANUARY. SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL MEMBERS UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF GLENN BIGGERS AS PRESIDENT, AND ASSISTED BY VICE PRESIDENT RUBY ELLEN JACQUES: SECRETARY JANICE VAN HOUTEN: AND TREASURER SHIRLEY BLACK. SPONSORED THE LEAP YEAR DANCE IN FEBRUARY. ON ARBOR DAY, MARCH 7, THEY PLANTED TWO DAWN REDWOOD TREES ON THE CAMPUS. DEDICATING THEM T0 TULARF PIONEERS. THE YEAR CONCLUDEO WITH THE DECORATION OF THE POwDER ROOM FOR THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM AND THE DECORATION FOR BACCALAUREATE. SEMESTER PRESIDENT JACK HUTSELL , ZND SEMESTER PRESIDENT GLENN BIGGERS SPONSOR MLSS PRUOENCE 0LEsnN K I v I 1 97 FIRST ROI: RAMONA BAIzA. DELORES ARELLANO, MARY AGUILER. BARBARA ANDERSON. BLANCHE ALONZO.SECOND Row: CYNTHIA AFRICA, THELMA ALUNBAUGH. BETTY LuE AUSTIN, DOROTHY ANTHONY. MANUEL AGUILAR. THIRD Row: DANIEL AGUILAR. LENNIE AGUILERA. LOYAL BALLARD. JOE ALVES. TOMMY ARCE. FOURTH Row: ALBERT ALBRITTON. JACK ALBRITTON,CLYDE ANDERSON. LEE BAKER, KENNETH ADCOCK. FIRST Row:PATsY BILLINGSLEY. LAVONNA BELLER. JOYCE BAUMGARTEN, MOLLIE HESHEARS. LINDA BERTAO. SECOND Row: DARLENE BENNETT. ARLENE BENNETT. JERRY BEASLEY, DONNA BECK. SHIRLEY BAUGH. THIRD RON: SHIRLEY BEARCE, GLENN BIGGERS. RAYMOND BEAvERs, BERT BENSON, PASCO BENTLEY. FOURTH Row: RONALD BEVERS. JOE BATISTA. GEORGE BENTON, WANDA BELYEU.EVELYN BARNETT FIRST RON: RONALD BIXLER, SHIRLEY BROWN, MARDELL BOHNSTEDT. JO ANN BLACK. JIM CAIN. SECOND Row: DOROTHY BURRY. KENNETH BRENNER. LOTTIE BROOKS, JUNE BRADSTREET. SHIRLEY BLACK. THIRD Row: KENNEY BRIDGES. RAY BORDNINE. BOBBY BROWN, FRANKIE BOGGS, GLENN BRIDGES. FOURTH Row: JEAN BODINE.MIRE BLAINE.RAY BLEVINS. DEIAINE BROINLEE. RICHARD BoRGEs. FIRST Row: PAT CARVALHO, BETTY CARENDER. DOLORES CARDOZA. CAROL CLARK, TOMMY CHEATHAM. SECOND RON: MARTHA CARDEN. MERLE CASTRO, RONALD CASEY. MARGARET CASTLEBERRY. LINORD CAMERON. THIRD Row: RAY CASTELLANOZ. DOROTHY CARR, BETTIE CAMPBELL, DONEL CARENDER. VIRGIL CAMPBELL. FouRTH Row:FRANK CHENOWETH.DONALD CHILDREE. RICHARD CHENEY. JIMMIE CAUDLE. WILLIAM CAIRNS. FIRST Row: LELAND Cox. BETTE CoucH. LILLIAN CoRRALL. LUPE COTA. MARY COSTA. SEcoNo-Row: SAMUEL CRoss. Boaav CoLLINs.HELEN DAvIDsoN.BARaARA Cnoox. DOROTHY COBURN. THIRD Row: CLARK CRISP. JIM COKER. CHAD CoNLE. Rusv CULLUI. Lou COT. FOURTH Row: JACKIE COLLIER. STEVE CHAN, LANRENCE COELHO. DANNY COULTER. WILLIAM Conv. FIRST Row: DORIS D0lELL.VERA DEANDA, JEANETTE ELLIOTT. MARGARET EAST. CARoLYN DYsART. SEcoNo Row: BONNIE EASLEY. BOYCE DYRES. ToNY DURAN. MANUEL EsPINoLA. CHARLES DANRINs. THIRD Row: HAZEL DuNcAN, ELIzAaETH DE Los SANTos. ISABELL ELLIOTT. ERNEST DECoITo. Bossv DYxEs. CHARLES CRUNN. FOURTH Row: LLOYD DAVIS. PASOUAL DONINGUEZ. ELSIE DEAN. Jos DuRAN. KENNETH ELLIOTT. FIRST Rol:VIRcINIA FERNANDEZ. EVONNE FOSTER, LEONA EcHoLs. JIMMIE FORSEY, ARCHIE FARLEY. SECOND Row: NONNETTE FAsso. PAT FLORES. DORIS FORD, JANIS FORRESTER. FRANK FLORES. THIRD Row: BILL FENELL. FRANK FERREIRA. SNARoN FRASER. LAwRENcE FOSSETT, PA1 FRANRLIN. THIRD Row: ANNE EIAN, ELEANoR FORNASERO,DON FQNLER. HOWARD EMERY. LEE FERNANoEs. FIRST Rows DARLENE FRY. VIRGINIA GlLlERT.ALFRED GEELS.CAROLYN GENTRYI ELSIE GARCIA. SECOND Row: BETTY FRY. BENNY GENTER. JAMES GIST. VIRGINIA GIBSON. GAIL FRYNIRE. THIRD Row: ARLIENE GARRlsoN. GARY GILBERT. MARY GINNINcs. JUANITA GLENN. SONJA GLAssEL. FOURTH Row: JAMES GARRETT. CLYDE GARRETT. STEVEN GONEZ. RONALD GoNEz. AUGUSTINE FUENTES. I A 5 . Qs pm. M., L....,.....R X as B53 rj, FIRST Row: PATSY GORDON. NANCY GREENWELL. MARY GRESHAM. SYLVIA qAN5gN,ARMANDo GUERRERD. SECOND Row: EMMA GRIssoM.FREnI HARDIN. NINA HALE LouIE GOULART. PEARL GROSS. TNIRD Row: ROBERT HARRINGTDN. MARY ANN HAHESY, EARL HAND. JAMES GuY. BILLY GRUGGETT. FOURTH RoR:CARoL HAMILTDN. DoN HALE, DVAYNE HAMILTON, HARvEY HARDEMAN. BILL HAMILTON. FIRST Row: RICHARD HAYES, RICHARD HILDEBRAND. Jo ANNE HENDERSON.RAMONA HAUDENSCHILD.EUGENE HASS.SECOND Row: RICHARD HoLMEs,JuANITA HAUDENSCHILD, CASSIE HINKLE. ETHEL HICRMAN. VURLA HOLLINGSHED. THIRD Row: GENE HAYES. NORNA HAYNEs, ANNA HELNS. CAROL HARTLEY. KENNETH HILL. FOURTH Row: ALLEN HAYES. JERRY HIFNER. Boaev HEAD. FRED HECRE. GLEN HARRIS. FIRST Row: RACHEL JARAMILLO, MARY ANN HUNLE- Q,E.A.HDJ.LL. LONEARL JEFFRIES. ALMEDA HooLEY. SECOND Row: JACKIE JOHNSON. LAVEDA HOUSTON, MARTHA IRvINc.CLETA JACKSON. MALCOLM JAMESON. THIRD Row: DON JEFFRIES. TERRY HUBBS,JAMES HuNT,JACK HUTSELL, MAX H0lARD.FOURTH Row:MERvIN HoPsoN. ALLEN HDIARD. JAY JACKSON. JERRY JARRETT. RICHARD JARRARD. FIRST Row: OMER JoNNsoN. BETTY KITCH. JUNE KUEFPE. EMMETT KYSER. RUBY JACQUES. SECOND Row: CAROLYN KACHADO0RlAN.JANELLE KDLRETN. JANICE LAWRENCE. JIM KONG. L. B. JOHNSON. THIRD Row: LAURALEE KING. ETNEL KAHNE, MARY JOHNSON, RAYMON LARSEN. BENNY LARGE. FOURTH Row: BUDDY JoHNs0N.DAvID KUNKEL, EVERETT LARUE. LDRELL JONES. JoHN KINSER. FIRST Row: CLORA LIGHT. FLoRA LIGNY. DELORES Locxloon. ERNESTINE LOPEZ, MAxINE MALLow. SECOND Row: JuANITA LEWIS, ROsIE LUNPRIN. ANGIE LOPEZ. LENORA LEODETTER. ALBERT LINKER. THIRD Row: ROSEMARY LYNCH. NELDA LUTON. WANDA LINKER. REGGIE MALLORY, JOAN LAWSON. FOURTH Row: WILLARD LENAY, JUDITH MACHADO. CARL MACEDO. LELA LYNCH, SANDRA MAcIEL. FIRST Row: CARNEN MENDOZA, MELVIN MATUSKO. ALICE MASON. BARBARA MOORE. JUNIOR HELLO. SECOND Rov:BILL MILLER BILLY MAXWELL. NORNA METTING. JOANN MILES. BESSIE MOORE. THIRD Row: ROSIE MONTOYA, GEORGE MERTZ, Bosal: MlNYARD,wlLLlAN MlLLER,KENNY MILLER. FOURTH Row: DWAINE MAYNARD.JIu MIMS. HARVEY MEEK. JIM MARSHALL. HENRY MEZA. FIRST Row: HAROLD NEYSOM. IDA MAE 0saoRN. HELEN Onozco. Jo ANN NEVE. MARtENE NIGNOL. SECOND Row: JEANIE 0vERsTREET.YoLANDA 0'CoNNOR.VlRGINIA NUNES. MARGIE OLDHAM, PEGGY NULL. TNIRD Row: MANUEL PADILLA. MARY JO PARKER, MELVIN ORHONDE. SNIRLEY MCKELVEY. FOURTH Row:RosERT MCSVAIN. BILLY FATE. EVA OROSCO. Boa NORTNEN. FIRST Row: PATTY MCGHEE, IMOGENE MORRIS, MARCIA MULOCK. ANGIE MORENO- JANETYA MAGMILLAN. SECOND Row: PAULINE MGKINNEY. NORA MCCASLINI LAUFELE MURPHY DELORIES MGAFEE. THIRD Row: DON MCCAGE. Bos MCCOURT. RONALD MOUNT. ,FOURTH Row: MELVA MCGOWAN, LEON MCCLELLAN. LUcIAN MURPHY. OIOA I wfw-'-, :ffm ft 9 T ...A FIRST Row: GARY PEcx. VIRGINIA RAY. HELEN PERALTA. PATSY RAY. CECIL PRICE. SECOND Row: WALTER POPE. Boa PITTMAN.JOHNNY QUINONEZ.0NAN POUNDS. JERRY PRIDDY. THIRD Row: SANDRA PETERSON. BETTY PROCTOR.HELEN RAFRA. ALFONSO PERALES. JAMES PEOPLES. FOURTH Row: TANDY QUISENBERRY, RAY PERRY. TROY PAYNE. LEROY PATTERSON. JOE QUINTANA. FIRST RDI: JENNY RoDRIouEz. JENNIE REYEs.BARaARA ROBNETT.MELVA RENIRER. DONNA REEDER. SECOND Row: CARROLL RICE. SAMANTHA RITNER. PATSY RocHA. BEVERLY ROCHA. EMMA RIPPEE. THIRD Row: PAUL REEERRY, LEONEL RIBEIRD, KENNETH ROBERTSON. LEROY RoAcH. JOYCELYN REED. FOURTH Row: LUPE SALlNAs.RIcHARD REED. HAROLD RENFRO. DAN RINRER. JACK Ross. FIRST Row: DAVID SCHOTT, RONALD SHOOR, MARGARET SANcHEz. GLORIA SANcHEz. PAUL SHAHAN. SECOND Row: CLAYTON SEARCY. JANET SEAVERS. SUE SHARP. BELVA SCOTT. MARY SAHcNEz. THIRD Row: ALFRED SEMOES. JAMES SHIELDS. LEROY SHERMAN, Bos SHANKS. DAVID SHORE. FOURTH Row: BILLY SNOCKLEY. DICK SICKELS. JAMES SHEPHERD, PHYNEAS SHORES. GEORGE SHIPLEY. FIRST ROI: GLORIA SPARKS. SANDRA SILvA. LORETTA SISK. JUANA SMITH. DOROTHY SouzA. SECOND Row: FRANRIE SOTELO JR., MELBA SMITH. SANDRA SINuERLY.BARsARA SMlTH.MYRTLE SMITH. THIRD Row: WING SOOHOO. DONALD SMITHSON. JEANETTE SLAYTON, DENNIS SMITH. RALPH SIMMONS. FOURTH Row: FLOYD SMITH. DEAN SMOTHERMON. Boa SIMMONS. SALVADOR SOLIZ. DAVID SOYERSBY. FIRST Row: NANCY TOLLISON, JUNE SPARKS. SHERNILENE THOMPSON, BETTY SPICER. CHARLES STOUT. SECOND Row: MARJORIE TAIT. JoYcE STIRNEMANN. ELORES TALLoN. CLARICE MAE THDRPE- JOHNETTA TATuu. THIRD Row: Louls SWEET. JACK RILEY. LouIsE TAYLoR, BETTY SPITLER. TONY Slorronn. FOURTH Row: B08 SWANN, ALLEN STEPHENS. WAYNE STORY, JAY STEVENS. HAZEL SPEARS. FIRST Row: SALLY VALENlUELA.NARJEANA TOMLINSON. SARA JANE TYLER. PAT WARREN, FRANK WATANABE. SECOND Roi: BARBARA WELCH. HENRY VASQUEZ. OLEN WEAVER. LLOYD WARREN. THIRD Rol: DONNA TURL. NILA VANCE. AILEEN WALL. JANICE VAN HOUTEN. FOURTH Row: DAVID TURN. ARTHUR VARcAs. PAT WALL. WOODROW UPTON. FIRST Row: PAT WEAvER. JOYCELENE WILLIAMS. Lols Younc. JERRY ZAFIRES. EDDIE Wooos. SECOND Row: BARBARA WELLS. MARGARET YARBROUGH, RICHARD WILauR.JINuIE YOUNG.PHlLLIP WILLSIE. THFRD Row: JAMES Youns. WANnA WHITESIDE. GERALDINE Wooos. DONALD WILSON. JINNY WHITE. FOURTH Row:CARL WORTHINGTON, RICHARD WHITE. DEAN WILLIAMS. Don WESTERLING. W ty 4 ' I S' 1 fw Q wan I Q y . - Q- ki". ,-' ,W .ig Y ' 4 4 ' , V V rs-"" J' L - f. gf -"'eiW'n-Q 5 1 .gp-f'.f i, . V. --9f?.,f,k,d 1 1 ' K lv VV XY , , Ag - 2 M, ,,, ,ff r , V I RQ. . K ff , U ,L E 'X-111 - K' KK4 'f L' r I ' fo 4 , I H ,D ff- , 7 .1 ' f, i N f fwf- f ff' ff' iff fir, Y, n Q A , ,, ,l ,. .. ' iwxf " 7f',f' r X' r f 1-- Q fy A I, I ,F H xg !'1'-f 14 . J If f f zsf T:f'!A X N f rf, Y 6 ,. x2'f'r, -if f QP..Q 1 ff WJ ' 'JJ I 32,QfZfg,iffJgWf,jZ,Z3'fM, LW. fwffd I I I I I I I I I 4 we 4-Al.. .4-H wr s , + U., .,, . T15 4 U -in 1 .xl , , x fr r f,..' . ,-Y f f I I 1,1 f 1 'IQ ll! ll! IB Ill ART I CLUB AQQQJ. FIRST Row: MAGDALENE FAGUNDES. DOROTHY ENDS, DENISE REED. MRS. PAPPAS, PAULA SHAHINIAN, PAT MATHIASL SECOND Row: VIRGINIA PEREZ, MARY ANN HODGES, RUTH ANN HUEESMITH. BEVERLY ADAMS, LAVERNE BRAGA, TERRI SAvIALg TDP Row: SAL CARRILLO, RICHARD SMITH, FRED SHELEY, TDM TURK. BOB HILL. TERRY HUBBS. AIRPLANE CLUB THE AIRPLANE CLUB IS AN ORGANIZATION FOR MODEL FLYING ENTHUSIASTS. THE SPONSOR IN- STRUCTS THE MEMBERS IN THE BUILDING OF THEIR MODELS AS WELL AS THEIR FLYING. As A CLUB THE MEMBERS SEE MOVIES ON AVIA. TION AS WELL AS ENJOY THEMSELVES AT CLUB OUTINGS. SPONSOR. STANLEY MANRO. ART CLUB THE ART CLUB or TULARE HIGH SCHOOL IS MAINLY A SERVICE ORGANIZATION. THE MAIN OB- JECTIvE or THE CLUB IS THE BEAUTIFICATIDN OF THE SCHOOL. AND TO GIVE THOSE STUDENTS INTER- ESTED IN ART AN OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME BETTER ACQUAINTED THRU WORKING TOGETHER. ACTIVITIES OF THE CLUB THIS YEAR INCLUDED THE SELLING OF T.U.H.S. CHRYSANTHEMUM CDRSAGES AT THE HOME FOOTBALL GAMES, AND BUYING AND DECORATING THE LARGE CHRISTMAS TREE IN THE MAIN HALL. SPONSOR, MRS. ANN PAPPAS. FIRST Row: PAUL ROGERS. BUD PATTERSON. LARRY GREEN. GEORGE MERTZ. LLDYD DAVIS. BDBBY HILL: SECDND Row: Boa MINYARD. DON.9PENCER. MR. MANRO, DEIEY HENNESSYI TDP Row: RICHARD CHENEY. DALE Fav. Lrr DrAN. JAMES NEVMAN. JDEL KEOSKI. 'Wi My fi 453-ii , Arie?-Iggy-QW m2 , J , Q1 Ak W ki K I A 1 xx 'Fig ,Nb E r x 3, A Lg . ' M1 Y,1s-AW. ?Q'.5, ' Q, , L 1 .4 4 5' 53 ww Q- , . - --.: V in 'N N y l ,N . -VSQW Q 1129, It-iw 4. Y ' 2 N-- ' I 'Q 5 lam Q M Y ' x R . N A A . .. W 3 1? kill x 1 1l.w ukyf .Q ., xiii X 4 I mir A 'H 'S 1 , , 'f"'!BQ a ww 13 WJ Wa Q, , . 'ein . x, 3 ,,5'E?.- Ig ...a. ll Jan tl .Ke , F' 4' Q awww , ,gf -af W1 S f Q, S i "' x X me , - Q A W' 'A FWS -pf f A. ww' 'ig . '- X if 4: W FIRST Row: SHIRLEY BROWN, DORA BOOKER, PEARL GROSS: SECOND Row: LAURA JEAN BROWN, JAMES YOUNG. SHIRLEY BAUGH. EDNA MEITZENHEIMER, RUBY DELL WERT. ELOUISE BROOKS: THIRD Row: IRNEESE JONES. JAMES BAUGH. MR. WIEDMAN. JOSEPH CAIN. BUDDY JOHNSON, DON VINSON: TOP Row: WALLACE BROWN. HOWARD YOUNG. BILL MURPHY, CHARLCIE EDWARDS. GEORGE WALKER. ALLEN FUERY. C.S.F. AND TORCH CLUBS THE CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION AND THE TORCH CLUB CONSTITUTE THE SCHOLARSHIP ORGANIZATIONS OF TULARE'S CAMPUS. C S.F. HONORS ARE RESERVED FOR STUDENTS OF HIGHEST SCHOLASTIC STANDING. MEMBERSHIP IN TORCH IS OPEN TO ALL wHo ARE LISTED ON THE SEMESTER HONOR ROLL. SPONSORS. JAMES PARKINSONANDRICHARD FINCH CARVER CLUB THE CARVER CLUB IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT AIMS TO PROMOTE FELLOWSHIP AND RECOGNITION AMONG ITS MEMBERS AND THE REMAINING STUDENT BODY. THE CARVER CLUB WAS VERY ACTIVE THIS YEAR WITH SEVERAL SOCIAL DANCES, AND A PROGRAM IN WHICH THE HISTORY AND CHARACTERISTICS OF JAZZ WERE DISCUSSED. THE CARVER CLUB PLANTED ONE-HALF DOZEN PLANE TREES ON THE CAMPUS THIS YEAR AS A PERMANENT CONTRIBUTION TO SCHOOL LIFE. SPONSOR, RAY WIEDMAN. FIRST Row: LINDA GIBSON. KATHLEEN TAIT. SHEILA BUCHANAN, EBETH FELL. DOROTHYENOS. PLACIDA INFANTE. DANNA LEE JACKSON: SECOND Row: LORRAINE SHAW. TERRI SAVIAL. PAT WRIGHT. LOU ANN FREEMAN. LORETTA HAYSg THIRD Row: DON HOBBS. DON BROWN, SUE WILLIAMS, LEONA FREEMAN. MARILYN DAVIDSON. ANNE HIATT. FOURTH Row: JEAN NAGEL. LOUISE HAWKINS. ALBERTA NAGEL: FIFTH Row: RONNIE LOAR. BILL MOFFATT. RONALD ASKELANDI SIXTH Row: JIM REID. JON PETERSON. ROBERT HOBBS. RONALD BRYANT, MR. PARKINSON. TOP! MR. FlNCH.xf lygbxvqyl - 4""T .o.,, FIRST Row: YAIDA MORRIS. ANNA RoAcH. RAYMOND LARsoN. JEANNE WEAVER. PLACIDA INFANTEI SECONP Row: MRS. HUEFMAN. LEONE FARRIES. HELEN FAHRNEY, PAT WARREN. DOTTIE DODSON. SHIRLEY SMITH, MR. JONES: Tor Row: PATTY LEE. ROBERTA PARKER. DORA CARROLL. RAY Cnouse. JEIELL FRANKLIN. vf v.A L KJ I Q Axim S FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA THE FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA IS A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STUDENTS IN BUS- INESS EDUCATION. THE ORGANIZATION STRIVES TO HELP AND PREPARE YOUNG MEN ANDWOMEN FOR LEAD- ERSHIP IN BUSINESS, AND SERVES TO CREATE MORE UNDERSTANDING AND INTEREST IN CHOOSING BUSI- NESS OCCUPATIONS. SPONSOR, MRS. JEWEL HUFFMAN. FORENSIC CLUB THE LOCAL FORENSIC CLUB IS A MEMBER or THE NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE. THE PURPOSE or THE CLUB IS TO PRoMoT SPEECH AND DEBATE MEETS BETWEEN THE DIFFEREN HIGH SCHOOLS or THIS DISTRICT. AS A MONEY RAISING FUND THE CLUB STARTE SOMETHING THAT IS NoT PLEASANT T0 THE EAR, BUT VERY SUCCESSFUL: A PICKLE AND POPCOR BALL SALE. SPONSOR, GEORGE PAPPAS. FIRST Row: JOAN JDNES. SHEILA BUcHANAN. PAT DOHERTYI SECOND Row: JERRY JONES. BARBARA NUTTE PEGGY HALLEEN, RDSEMARY LYNCH. JOAN SANDY: THIRD Row: BILL MOFFATT. IMDGENE CLOUD. MR. PAPPA MARGIE DUPUY. DELANO TUGGLE: TDP Row: RAYMOND SPENCER. KINROY KEEFE. JIM TAYLOR. STEPHEN CRA JIM REID, BILL BAILEY. Q N, an ,uhL,f 49 dl' Q. . , N A X. . ,, . 1 gp W-f x iigflfifffif' ,Alfie 1.-I QQ + .- ,,g.v3 x T15 '- f F Jil ' 'J2x5fli3R4x " viii 7 , . ,1 ' :..-5 'I '1:H,-FWS?" of ' mwg,ffif1,: 1 -S'wgW5f'Lf 12s:2if1zPsgrSLfia-?xg.1g,..f+xg.fs cf ,wif-aff, vgqfff 5 4 . :ez iid X, Q NX S iw .. S My 2 - Fist H :iw Ngffw' ' ' , g .5 Q - 5 -2 1, f b R b 1 , S 4 'ff JR if b. . 5" ' iv kv x f f X Nm,-.N ?'.ffiw.-fl' A " '- Q Q . swf S , g?g:1F'ff.,5Ag-.v,"3.N' S A X F7 . W if Rf? Wg . 5 , . b W- .5 N-In w- 9s-..:v.:.-,-..- ,f, gm, is ,A 574 2 . if I2 ww I A' ff -f 'Q W km ' 1. l ,W A ' Qszfhswa f x ks K A 5 f 5 - S X. - K 5, ,1 , yfwawfv . , , W ' - gf gf . .. V H'ggif?fa?i -, v - 4 X Wwe? 5 f M A Q " X 1 - S f , , -2 - gf f 9445? N f- SW , X 'N Q N af A M W Q: 3 Qi ,asf 1 gf 1 52 ibm' as Q ' xii X x I 9 2, , ,t . QE f 9 dl If -r a Q i R A ky, 4 1 5, . v .if W6 gm' v 'VT ' , k:!- I , , A9 .H . W4 , . V., y Q , dh. K 'K mx ' 1 JXL- W . Q534,,,gNff 'Yi X A 1 Q S K f A V, hy W 9 QA wwf Q q A N 3 5 A E ,kX5Qy,,g,s A ' S -A 3 ,-,,3,,.Q 'A 1 Fi... be '-.1 ,. , QF- K . r kk-wQ,. , Nw. 53 3 5 R ' ,Q A Y ' is wig' if L ' is 95 f 2. , 41, mi? tgws ' K 55? ffl' .,'.1' '5 W 553' - 4, 0 X -f 255,41 x -Q.. QS? W ,. .P W V32 4' Q '-,,, KES? . ,,., . ' 2 . .. y v ,.:. i , fx ' h g by ,... . , A M,.,sfwf.:iQ'f:H.g0. 1 .'-' W ip A ' 32.518 W-Wm,,,.,, ,A W. dig? .ev Q is , 4. , ..., .,... , K A U 'S V E ,LSL FIRST Row: MAGOALENE FAGUNDES. BLONDINA MONTEIRO. DOROTHY Enos: SECOND ROW: CLARA MARIE CARvALHO, MARGARET TIISTAO. ARY TRIsTAo, Rosle NENEZES: TOP ROW: HILDA PARREIRA. DOLORES COSTA.NRS. PETERS. JOSEPHIHE ENDS. AL S. "'T'---- FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA THE FUTURE HOMEMARERS OF AMERICA IS A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF GIRLS STUDYING HOME- MAKING IN HIGH SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES. THE F.H.A. MOTTO lS:"TOWARD NEW HORlZONS,u WHICH EXPRESSES THEPURPOSES OF THE ORGANIZATION--TO PROVIDE WHOLESOME INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP RECREATION. T0 FURTHER INTEREST IN HOME ECONOMICS. AND TO WORK FOR THE GOOD OF HOME, FAMILY LIFE, AND ALL. SPONSOR, MRS. LOIS PETERS. GIRLS' LEAGUE THE OUTSTANDING PROJECT FOR THE YEAR WAS OUR GERMAN STUDENT,HANNELORE LHANNET MARRERT, WHO CAME FROM GERMANY T0 ATTEND TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL THIS YEAR. THE GIRLS' LEAGUE GAVE FINANCIAL AID T0 A NUMBER OF GIRLS. THIS INCLUDED BUYING MATER. IALS FOR GIRLS WHO WERE UNADLE TO BUY NEEDED SUPPLIES FOR SEWING CLASSES. AMONG OTHER ACTIVITIES THEY SPONSORED THE ANNUAL G,A,A. POSTURE CONTEST, SENT DELEGATES T0 THE VALLEY G.L. CONVENTION, GAVE A SENIOR TEA, AND AGAIN SPONSORED THE BACKWARD DANCE. SPONSOR. MRS. ADA BROWN. FIRsTRou:DIANE ROSE. TONI KRANTzMAN. CAROL FINCH, KATHLEEN IAIT. UELORES UHURCHWELL: SECOND ROW: PEGGY HALLEEN. NANCY HILL. MRS. BROWN. BETTY HARRIS, CASSIE HINKLE: THIRD RON: NONNETTE FASSO. FRANCIS LAHANN. LORETTA HAVS, HANNE MARKERT. JANET SEAVERS: TOP ROW: PAT BRUNING. MARY LORENZO, PAULA SNAHINIAN, LOIS HOLCONB. JOYCE NAGEL. lRNEESE JONES. Q VvQ?1ulLgd lqmm I A ff FIRST Row: BILL MOFFATT. SHEILA BUCHANAN,IKATHLEEN TAIT. EDETH FELL. JOAN JONES. TDMMY SWALL. ELDON RovE: SECOND ROW! BARBARA WATANADE. TERRI SAVIAL. Lols HOLCONB. ROSEMARY LYNCN.51E!E EIAN. BARBARA ADAIR. MR. GRDSMARK: THIRD Row: ARVELLE WILLIAMS, BARBARA NUTTER. JERRY JONES. EOUISE HAIKINS. HANNE MARKERT. RITA EMKEN, PATDOHERTY. Jll TAYLDR: FOURTH Row: JOEL KEOSKI, HARGE DUPUY, INOGENE CLOUD. KINROY KEEFE: TOP Rol: JIM REID. Jon PETERSON. FREI. BILL BAILEY. - RONALD ASKELAND, MORRIS EASLEY STEVE CRAM. RAYMOND SPENCER. MR. JUNIOR STATESMEN JUNIOR STATESMEN IS AN ORGANIZATION MADE or CALIFORNIA HIGH scHooL STUDENTS INTER- ESTEDIN THE WORKINGS DFTHE STATE AND NATIONAL VERNMENTAL MACHINERY. THE MOTTO or JUNIOR STATESMEN IS: MAKE DEMOCRACY WORK, AND THIS THEY TRY T0 DO IN EIR coNvENTIoNs. WHERE THEY HAVE SESSIONS voTED T0 Mocx LEGISLATION. THIS YEARS CONVENTIONS WERE IN SANTA BARBARA, SACRAMENTO D TULARE. SPONSOR. GERSEN GROSMARK. JUNIOR RED CROSS JUNIOR RED CROSS STARTED OFF THE YEAR WITH A SUCCESSFUL ENROLLMENT DRIVE. ALONG WITH OFFERING ITS SERVICES TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS AND T0 THE LOCAL CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS, SPECIAL PROJECTS CONSISTED OF MAKING A CORRESPONDENCE ALBUM AND A SUPPLY CHEST WHICH WERE BOTH SENT T0 FOREIGN COUNTRIES. SPONSOR. Mlss PAULINE KRUSE. FIRST Row: MAGDALENE FAGUNDES. PEGGY HALLEEN. Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE. JOSEPHINE ENDS: SECOND ROW! I DA GuERRERo. ARLENE CAPSIN, OYEDA ARNOLD. MERLENE McCLuRE. M'ss KRusE. PAULA SHAHINIAN. LAHANN. GLEN BIGGERST TDP Row: PATSY RocHA. WAvA CLEMENT. ANGIE LOPEZ. 1 f Iigg 4f if if 4? E FIRST Row: JOHN ODENBAUGH, DoN BERRY. LARRY JONES. STANLEY BORGES. MORRIS EAsLEY: SECOND Row: GARY SINDNICH. JDHN BATISTA, WENDELL LIPrINcoTT. KIRBY WYLLIE: THIRD Row: JoN PETERSON. Don NELSON. MR. LANNING. JOHN LAIRD. GERRY LAIRD: Tor Row: HAROLD SOUZA. BILL BAILEY. JIM MATHIAs, 808 ARENDS . KEY CLUB THE KEY CLUB IS A JUNIOR VERSION OF KIWANIS CLUB. THIS YEAR THE KEY CLUB SPONSORED THE TASK or PURCHASING A NEW BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD. To FINANCE THE SCOREBOARD THEY HAD A SCRAP DRIVE IN WHICH THEY COLLECTED MUCH vALuAaLE SCRAP MATERIAL. SPONSOR. JOE LANNING. LETTERMEN'S CLUB THE LETTERMEN'S CLUB IS COMPOSED OF BOYS WHO HAVE EARNED THEIR LETTER IN ONE OF THE VARIOUS SPORTS AT SCHOOL. THE MAIN ACTIVITIES OF THE CLUB ARE THE INITIATION BANQUET AND PARTIES WITH G.A.A. THE CLUB SPONSORED BOTH THE RED HEAD AND THE FACULTY BASKETBALL GAMES, AND A PAY ASSEMBLY. THEY AIDED IN THE PURCHASE OF THE NEW BASKET- BALL SCOREBOARD. SPONSOR, HERBERT MORRELLI. FIRST Ron: GERRY LAIRD. Ton MORRIS, DoN BERRY, Bos HILL. JOHNNY ODENBAUGH, JOHNNY BATBSTA: SECOND Roi: MDRRIS EASLEY, FRED SHELEY. KIRIY IYLLIE. 'ENDELL LIPPINCOTT. JOHN LAIRD. RICHARD BUGG. GARY SIIONICH: THIRD Row: LARRY PARRISH. RAY PNILPDT. Boi TAYLOR. REKKERR. JACK ROBERTSON. Boi ATANIANI FOURTH RoI:MR.MoRRELLI. JIU MATHIAS. Bos ARFNDS. BRANTLEY. GILBERT ARMSTRONG. FRANK WALL, LAIRENCE BODKERI Tor ROI: Ton. Gsoncr WALKER. BILL MURPHY. JIM MILLS. JACK BECK. aL1nu.4E FIRST Row: CARMEN MENDDZA, MARY AGUILERA. LUPE MARTINEZ. EVELYN SoTo. MOLLY GARCIA: SECOND Row: ALICE LoNAs. ESTHER FLoREs. MR. ELICE HE. EMILY TRUJILLO, CONNIE JACOBO: THIRD Row: MARGARET MOLINAR. ANGIE Lopgz, MARGARET ORTlZ, ANELIA YDARRA: ToP Row: PLAcIoA INEANTE. VIRGINIA SANCHEZ. ANNE VARGAS. MEXICALI CLUB THE AIXICALI CLUB WAS ORGANIZED T0 PROMOTE CITIZENSHIP AND sooo WILL. THE CLUB IS comros- ED or ONLY THOSE STUDENTS or MEXICAN DESCENT. PAINT 'N PATCHES THE CLUB CDNDUCTED MANY SOCIAL ACTIVITIES. PAINT 'N PATCHES IS AN ORGANIZATION OF AND ALSO HAD SEVERAL FUND RAISING ACTIVITIES. STUDENTS INTERESTED INDRAMATICS. PRIMARILY IT SPONSOR, FRANK ELICECHE. IS A CLUB WHERE THESTUDENTS WHO ARE INTEREST- ED MAY DISCUSS THE THEATER AND DRAMATICS IN GENERAL. As ACTIVITIES THE CLUB SAW FOREIGN FILMS, AND HEARD SEVERAL TALKS ON THE THEATER. SPONSOR, MISS ELIZABETH LANGHANS. FIRST Row: NONNETTE FASSO, NADINE BIXLER, PATSY BILLINGSLEY, NADINE PEREZ, VIRGINIA PEREL SECOND Row: ARLENE CAPSIN, MANY ANN HAHESY, JANICE VAN HOUTEN, JOYCE STIRNEMANN, NANCY BEASLEY, JACKIE LANCASTER: THIRD Row: Mlss LANCHANS, CYNTHIA AFRICA, SHIRLEY MCKELVEY, SENAIDA GUERRERO. LAVERNE BRAGA, SHIRLEY KINNEV, MARY LoRENz0: Top Row: SANDRA PETERSON, CAROL FRANKLIN, JEWEL FRANKLIN, BILL HIFNER, ANNA Lou CLARK, CARDL LIGQETT. BARBARA BARNETT. FIRST Row: MARVIN LATIMER. RAY CORTEZ. HAROLD SDUzA, JACK HUTSELL. JERRY WATERS. SECOND ROI: KENNETH SEAVERS, DOUG CARDOZA. JERRY ZAFIRES. JIMMY MORTER. GARY ADCOCK. GERALD BOWLES. THIRD RON: BILL BAILFY. JUDSON SALTZMAN. THE SKYLINERS THE DANCE BAND MEETS AS A CLUB EVERY ACTIVITY PERIOD. THIS GROUP HAS PLAYED DANCES FOR MANY or THE CLUBS. COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT THE VALLEY. THEY WERE A FEATURE ATTRACTION ON MANY SCHOOL PROGRAMS AND PLAYED A SOCIAL HOUR AT THE SENIOR CAREER DAY AT C.0.S. SPONSOR IS GORDON LOWE. THE STUDENT DIRECTOR AND LEADER, WHEN NOT IN SCHOOL. IS DOUG CARDOZA. USHERETTE CLUB THE USHERETTE CLUB IS ONE FORMED FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRAINING GIRLS TO ASSIST AS USHER- ETTES AT THE VARIOUS SCHOOL FUNCTIONS, SUCH AS BOTH THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS. AND DANCE PROGRAMS. THE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OF THE ORGANIZATION ARE LIMITED T0 TWO PARTIES A YEAR. SPONSOR, MISS ANNE GOLDING. FIRST Row: CAROL DEARINO. BEVERLY FRAGA. GLORY SouzA. MARY LEE ALIIRITTONI SECOND ROII: CAROL NACEDO, MISS GOLDING. JUANITA SCOTTI TOP Row: DORISTINE BUTLER. HARJORIE NASSEY. MARY MAUDE KIng fs ,X fa.-53' gf 7 1 ff5f"3f"3 ' -'f Qwlf .-Li K V K , K , 3,5533 Kifgwix , 9 A I iufx' x - luv-Yi? f x V' X' , H .4 M Nz. . my U -f, V-f,Agf,wex QM- i fb jgg 1- . H V 1 .. 5551 Aiilgxgv . . .ft wtgas 3, :Sk A 1- it - : . 1. W- ffggwxggi, ,... f A .4 - -A ffiiil is ' 4'-'Af-ff' ' ",. - ' fi-ik - A,-la-..... . ., , . my ,gk '- A: 4 .,f ...., , ,.: e'-Q? Q . -- gg A ,S .g ,.,., . is ,S ,A QM ggsiggw HM ,,,,i,X X . Q N xg ,R -, N W5w, an J. 1 r 1 f Rx , . X ' 1. M A ,Sf . yi' ,fi 'Q m 'iff 'L f .- W , .4 '- Vw 4:53 iffjggigqyewf w - P Neff N Sq A . f af .L fx , D , ' . S K ' 5 - rw fp X -- ' Ag., 1 ykxwfgif Rgifisigiggih l q fztsl W . ,EEZ AA ,J,..:, ... saggy wx + -1 fn? xagkgdwxy X . ,QQ A .U 0555334 3 ' x, Y Q. QM , . 'xy 5 Ye -. Jig , ix 23 xjig X W f 'Yi ,Qin X :Y x .N,Q,,,. Y -sf vw- M fi . Q. E ' ,Egfr 3 K' x ,wp ' K if Q -' N'-eww X .,,, im ? A . Q . , -W Yi' imp? ' fx- -1:-1 : . .-:ima eff:-5.2 '1'f+w:3k k f':'xk'.'Q2:,fg fain. ,i , fm I M ..,f A E, .... , ingbg Ill' H 355 , I A 1. 1 V fl? M' A --. - Ti" i7 15.16 5 fi? sq: A X ' ' ' W, ,. K .y ., ., pf' 4 is r gg -': ..j - -V K ' f x me Q V , L, ,, A X 'W - ..,. .,.. . g 1 ..- .q,',f -5 ' " X My "W r f W A 'ESU 'fi Wie" af . x ' Y ' si H K 33 1,7 ' "'- -air F M FIRST Row: GERRY LAIRD, Louls SWEET. JoN PETERSON. L.M.HELLAND. SECOND Row: Bos ARENDS, JOHN LAIRD. LARRY PARRISH. RAYMOND SPENCER. BOYS' FEDERATION THE BOYS' FEDERATION. COMPOSED or ALL THE BOYS AT TULARE UNION HIGH SCHO0L.lS A SERVICE ORGANIZATION. AIDS STUDENTS wHo ARE IN FI- NANCIAL DIFFICULTIES AND C0-SPONSORS WITH THE GIRLS LEAGUE IN PUTTING ON THE FACULTY CARNIVAL. OUR WELFARE GROUP IS HEADED BY Boa ARENDS AS ITS PRESIDENT. THE COMMISSIONER or ATHLETICS ISRAYHDND SPENCER AND THESECRETARY. TREASURER IS GARY LAIRD. THE COUNCIL IS Com- POSED or MEMBERS APPOINTED FROM THE FOUR CLASSES. THESE ARE: JOHN LAIRD, SENIOR REPRE- SENTATIvE:JoN PETER50N,JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE: LARRY PARRISH, SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE: Louls SWEET, FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE. SPONSOR, L. M. HELLAND. Q K KQT- X ,, xv MA Mi 4 Q? ' A52 im L C A Q fi? ig ki xxx L " ,X 1 xv C' N- X8 ,zl f - K Cc W" -1' E1 QT 5 wx ffci? CSL Y P' Q9 fri Q Cr J K, ' Li 15 J QQ x :Q ffffn Qt- Q fag? kg -:Qt 12 Xiff1,Q YY ' tiff Q 2"" fi xiii -e X '21 A9 ' 1222! C ' K CS? ' 3 1 iegik KE 9g,,2C by A C-2 1 ,Q T75 - 5 'fb - X 2, H .9-ff . L 65,1 Q f K - fit C2 , K if 46 K X ff ,A 1 CC N C, -. 5 if icg Eff, Ti , ,X gy " Q x K Q 'X cllulllefm 1 ',.-ew ,4,.- , - - ! 5565- " ' , Aff, I.--if ,. , ,Q nf K 1, . fn, , f V ,,v',1... . 1 - -' -Y 1' w. f 'U' ' f' f', ..- .. ,- ' f' ' .1 MX ff I 5 1 ,-' I f l ,ff A 1. .f 4,2 V -' g? If 1' 54. " --fy A .Q -,mf , --Nm L 'WANG I . A x x 3 . Q 37555 TRW' vu-A. 'Y ... f -N-15- . 6. sql 'fu' "X vs-u. Nl' , f ,sauna '11 .+J"'N:a , 8 1 iqgsilli 1 ip... -"of ' K A ' is 1 , f hr H s fu ,WJ ,Lwwf WQHVJ-65 , Qlfigway -41A ffdfweff . , x S . 1 x ,,4.- X N Kgfix V! k 197 .L A I A -Ts ' nigga u. 4 if' If J' .E A1 - .V -I A. . A wp .I mf 'A ,fw- H rr-.arm - 'I JP 'J I ,A Y , , K, 35, Diana:-EI3bL.k mmf' mB335iLdA,+QNqhg. If W I 4 TIN ff - gf 'TTS 1f.?Ip3,1,5"gtf HH. XIIII V, 'HN 1 TILES ff 223 Ei ' ' . .. I 5, Fi QQAAT 535 'guqfg THE CLASS or 1952 PRESENTED FOR THEIR ANNUAL DRAMATIC PRD- UCTION, THORNTON WlLDER'SNOBELPRIZE WINNING PLAY,"OUR TowN.' BILL BAILEY, JOAN SANDY, AND JOHN SENECAL PDRTRAYED THE EADING ROLES IN THE PRESENTATION, WHICH WAS THE STORY OF HILDHOOD, LovE AND MARRIAGE, AND DEATH IN A TYPICAL SMALL TowN, THE sToRY REvoLvED ABOUT TWO FAMILIES. THE WEBBS AND THE Iass. MR. AND MRS. WEBB wERE PDRTRAYED BY RAYMOND SPENCER AND MOGENE CLOUD, AND THEIR SON, WALLY, wAs PLAYED BY DON BERRY. JOHN LAIRD AND wAvA CLEMENTS DEPICTED THE GIBBS', AND INA RosE UGCAN PLAYED THEIR DAUGHTER, REBECCA. THE PLAY wAs MOST UNUSUAL, BECAUSE ONLY A MINIMUM or scENERY AND PRoPs WAS USED, AND PANTDMINE WAS ExCEEDINGLY IMPORTANT TO E ACTIONS or THE CHARACTERS DESPITE THE ABSTRACTNESS or THE ODUCTION IT WAS WELL RECEIVED BY THE AUDIENCE :E2iP'i51' 'ii iff ' W' xt? FX 'mf gi 'ix R, ,I . ,ggix AQ: AE R ff :if IN III CK v Slltt0l' 'DEAR RUTHN. A WAR-TIME COMEDY BY NORMAN KRASNA, WAS cHoSEN FOR THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY OF 1951. IT CONCERNS THE ANTICS OF TEEN-AGER MIRIAH, BARBARA PRICE, wHo WRITES SYMPATHETIC AND TORRID LETTERS T0 SOLDIERS BUT SIGNS RUTH'S. HER BEAUTIFUL SlSTER'S. NAME T0 THEM. THE PLOT THICKENE WHEN LT. WILLIAM SEAwRIGHT, PLAYED BY WENDELL LIPPINCOTT, RETURNS WITH A GLINT OF MATRIMONY IN HIS EYE AND REFUSES TO BE UPSET BECAUSE RUTH, PLAYED BY PATRICIA WRIGHT. IS ENGAGED TO A STUFFY BANKER, RONALD ASKELAND, AND IS TOTALLY UNAWARE THAT HER SISTER HAS INVOLVED HER IN A ROMANCE WITH A MAN SHE HAS NEvER SEEN. OTHERS IN THE PLAY WERE KIRBY WYLLIE AND MARILYN STUART, PARENTS or RUTH AND MIRIAM: RONNIE LoAR AND JEwELL FRANKLIN AS ANOTHER ROMANTIC TwoSoNE: DIANE ROSE AS DORA: AND HAROLD PRICE AS A SAILDR WHO CREATES THE HILARIOUS SURPRISE ENDING. DIRECTOR GEORGE PAPPAS DID HIS USUAL FINE Jos. ASSISTED BY ARVELLE WILLIAMS AND DIANE ROSE. A FULL HOUSE RECEIVED THE PLAY VERY wELL. THE STAGE SET, CREATED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MRS. ANNE PAPPAS, wAs ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIfUL IN THE HISTORY OF THE ScHooL. Q N as W , I 'Q I "A E .. . I N BY CHANGING THE CHRISTMAS WE DRDKE WHAT WAS RAPIDLY BECOMING A TRADITION. THE PROGRAM THIS YEAR WAS BUILT AROUND CHARLES TAzEwELL's STORY, "THE LITTLESTIANGELJ' THE DANCE GRouP,DIREcTED BY IS GOULTER, DID MODERN DANCING T0 THE ACQOMPANIM THE READING or THE STORY AND MUSIC BY THE ORCHESTRA, LED BY GORDON LOWE. TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS MUSI Y THE CHORUS WAS UNDER CYRIL WHITE'S DIREC o . zAaE LANGHANG, AS GENERAL GHAIRMAN, coAcHED TH READERS, RUTH GRANT AND RAYMOND SPENCER. THE PROGRAM WAS PRESENTED TWICE FOR THE STUDENT BODY IN THE AFTERNOON AND ONCE FOR THE PUBLIC IN THE EVENING AND WAS ENTHUSI- ASTICALLY RECEIVED BY ALL. Awf,,....,--- x X I it .f I I z"""' gif? ,xx -.7 a 1' V, 1 V r s ,lf Tl 5 f S N' .s 'W ws K Q 1 A E A I My A FAMILIAR SIGHT ON THE CAMPUS ZND AND 7TH PERIODS WAS THE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES TAKING PICTURES OF ROWS OF BOTTLES, DOORWAYS, AND EACH OTHER. PHOTOGRAPHIC CHRISTMAS CARDS AND PORTRAITS WERE OTHER PROJECTS. ARGUS AND WAR WHOOP PHOTOGRAPHY wAs DONE BY PHOTOGRAPHY II STUDENTS, BILL MOFFATT, LEON FARRIES AND BOB ROBERTS. IN ADDITION T0 THEIR WORK-3RD PERIOD. THESE BOYS DID MUCH WORK AFTER SCHOOL, ACTIVITY PERIODS, AND AT FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL GAMES. THE BAND'S TRIP TO LONG BEACH WAS ABLY COVERED BY BILL MOFFATT. N30 PQ.,I.5.....r . Bin' OuR YELL LEADERS WERE ENTHusIAsTIcALLY LED FOR THE FIRST HALF OF THIS YEAR BY TED VARELA,WHO, AFTER BASKETBALL SEASON ENDED, ENLISTED IN THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE. THE STUDENT COUNCIL THEN APPOINTED NMRILYN ROBERTSON T0 FILL HIS SHOES AS HEAD YELL LEADER, WHICH sHEDIDMosT ACCOMMODATINGLY. ASSISTING VARELA AND MISS ROBERTSON wAs LAsT YEARS VERY CAPABLE HEAD YELL LEADER, DONA BILLINGSLEY. ALso LENDING OUR sPIRITED CHEER LEADERS A HAND DURING FOOTBALL SEASON wAs LITTLE DENISE SAVIAL, wHo KNEW ALL THE YELLS AND TURNED IN AN ExcELLENT PERFORMANCE. NJ PP ,,Lw.9L...,, acc NW SQSMJQHPVM MP IWW ww , . Wp,Ifff,N,?jff MEMBERS OF THE SPEECH CLASS AND THE FORENSIC CLUB CDMPETED IN FIVE INTER.SCHoLAsTIC TDURNANENTS: MERCED HIGH SCHooL. MODESTO HIGH SCHOOL. FRESNO STATE CDLLEGE. COLLEGE or SEQUDIAS, AND SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE. RITA EMKEN, MARSHIA LOAR, AND ROSEMARY LYNCH ALSO CDMPETED IN THE ANNUAL LIONS CLUB CONTESTS. THE C.I.F. VALLEY EINALS wERE HELD AT TULARE HIGH SCHOOL WITH FIFTEEN SCHOOLS CDMPETING. RUTH GRANT wAs oNE OF THE FINALISTS. THE DRAMA CLASS PRESENTED THE 3-ACT PLAY UMEN ARE LIKE STREETCARSH AND THE ONE ACT PLAYS "COMMON CLAYH AND"lN A GARDENU. STUDENTS ALso HELPED WITH MAKE-UP ON OTHER PRODUCTIONS SUCH AS THE DANCE CONCERT. if yuan: as I E Q ig A THE THREE BEGINNING ART CLASSES AND TWO ADVANCED CLASSES ARE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MRS. ANN PAPPAS. OF UNUSUAL INTEREST THIS YEAR WERE THE LIFE MAPS OF THE ADVANCED ART CLASSES. SHOWING EVENTS IN THEIR LIVES FROM BIRTH T0 THE PRESENT DAY, PAULA SHAHINIAN AND TOMMY TURK WON FIRST PLACE IN THE PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION POSTER CONTEST, AND SEVERAL STUDENTS CONTRIBUTED PICTURES WHICH WERE SENT TO THE RED CROSS INTERNATIONAL ART EXCHANGE PROGRAM. THE CRAFTS CLASSES ARE ELECTIVE COURSES FOR JUNIORS AND SENIORS, AND THE INTRODUCTORY COURSE IN THE FIELD OF CRAFTS IS HANDSRAFTS FOR FRESHMEN. IN THE HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION OF FRESNO STATE'S ART AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL. ALL WORK ENTEREDBY TULARE HIGH RECEIVED SUPERIOR, EXCELLENT, AND GOOD RATINGS. THE CRAFT CLASSES TEACH STUDENTS MANY USEFUL ARTS AND PROFITABLE HOBBIES. rfb Qrarlb I ag n THE TULARE HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY IS OPEN BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL AS WELL AS DURING sCHooL HOURS FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF STU- DENTS. APPRoxIMATELY TWELVE STUDENTS ARE WORKING IN THE LIBRARY CLASS: THE PURPOSE or THIS CLASS IS T0 ACQUAINT MEMBERS WITH TYPES or LIBRARY WORK: AND T0 LEARN ABOUT LIBRARIES AND BOOKS. OVER ONE HUNDRED FICTION BOOKS WERE RE- CEIVED THIS YEAR BY THE SCHOOL LIBRARY, AS WELLAS'THlRTY-FIVE BIDGRARHIES, FoRTY.roUR NON-FICTION, AND TwELvE NEW REFERENCE BOOKS. PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS OF OUT- STANDING NOTE ARE ALSO IN THE LIBRARY FOR CLASS AND INDIVIDUAL STUDENT'S USE. BECAUSE or THE UNFORTUNATE ILLNESS OF THE SCHO0L'S LIBRARIAN,MISS RITA ATNINSDN, MRS. AUDREY Fox ASSUMED THE DUTIES or THE REGULAR LIBRARIAN THE LAST FEW WEEKS or THE SCHOOL YEAR. I IQPQI' axgslblrla OURSCHOOL'S VOCATIONAL TRAIN- ING DEPARTMENT IS UNUSUALLY com- PLETE. WE HAVE AN ovER CROWDED CONDITION, or COURSE. BUT TULARE HIGH'S INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT RANKS WITH THE BEST SCHOOLS IN THE STATE. ALL INDUSTRIALFRESHMENENROLL IN GENERAL SHOP, AN ExPLoRAToRY COURSE WHERE THEY GET A GENERAL IDEAOFWHAT THE COURSE INCLUDES. AFTER THEIR FRESHMAN YEAR THEY HAVE OPPORTUNITY T0 TAKE AUTo MECHANICS,METAL SHOP, MECHANICAL DRAWING, RADIO AND ELECTRICITY, WOODWORK, AND CARPENTRY. R I i .I 8 N S 9 A AI A. 'iv 'lg gpm, A if U 4 R S- i 9 .1 uh." f Y' 4 If f , 5 Q. 'H sq 'own 9 9 river rauxus TULARE HIGH SCHOOL HAS PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST WELL EQUIPPED AND INSTRUCTED DRIVER TRAINING FACILITIES OF ANY SCHOOL IN CALIFORNIA. THIS YEAR, BECAUSE OF THE LARGE NUMBER OF SENIORS STILL REOUIRING DRIVER TRAINING BEFORE GRADUATION, SEVERAL GROUPS OF FRESHMEN WILL HAVE T0 COMPLETE THEIR DRIVING PROGRAM ANOTHER YEAR. HIGH- LIGHT OF THE YEAR WAS A ROAD-O-DAY, WHICH WAS A TEST FOR SKILL IN DRIVING, BETWEEN VISALIA, DINUBA, OROSI, PORTERVILLE. LINDSAY, AND TULARE STUDENTS. THERE WERE TWO TEAMS,EACH WITH SEVEN STUDENT DRIVERS, AND EACH WERE GIVEN A SPECIAL DRIVING PROBLEM TO SOLVE. A FREE DINNER WAS GIVEN TO TEAM MEMBERS, AND TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE MEET WAS FURNISHED BY THE SCHOOL. ' .Wi 1. www ,L A 7 THE STAGE CRAFT CLASS. UNDER THE IN- STRUCTION OF NELSON WITTE, IS A COURSE DESIGNED TO TEACH THEORIES AND PRACTICAL OPERATION OFSTAGE MANAGING. SPECIAL STRESS IS PLACED ON PRODUCTION OF OUR SCHOOL PLAYS, ASSEMBLIES, AND PROGRAMS, AND STU- DENTS LEARN THE TECHNIQUES OF LIGHTING AND SOUND EFFECTS. ELECTRICITY IS ONE OF THE MOST INTER- ESTING COURSES OFFERED AT T.U.H.S. THE FIRST YEAR IS SPENT IN STUDYING THEORY, MAGNETISM. AND BATTERIES. SHOP PRACTICE ON APPLIANCES IS GIVEN, AND THE CLASS ALSO GAINS EXPERIENCE BY WIRING THE CARPENTRY CLASS PROJECT. Spec n-Icll Q ., Q...,.fl mgslblrla OURSCHOOL'S VOCATIONAL TRAIN- ING DEPARTMENT IS UNUSUALLY com- PLETE. WE HAVE AN OVER CRowDED CONDITION, or COURSE. BUT TULARE HIGH'S INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT RANKS WITH THE BEST SCHOOLS IN THE STATE. ALL INDDSTRIALERESHMENENROLL IN GENERAL SHOP, AN EXPLORATORY COURSE WHERE THEY GET A GENERAL IDEA OFWHAT THE COURSE INCLUDES. AFTER THEIR FRESHMAN YEAR THEY HAVE OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE AUTO MECHANICS,METAL SHOP, MECHANICAL DRAWING, RADIO AND ELECTRICITY, WOODWORK, AND CARPENTRY . ,ISSSP w v S L f sn 'kqfy Q Y Pavel' Pallxlls THE STAGE CRAFT CLASS, UNDER THE IN- TULARE HIGH SCHOOL HAS PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST WELL EOUIPPED AND INSTRUCTED DRIVER TRAINING FACILITIES OF ANY SCHOOL IN CALIFORNIA. THIS YEAR, BECAUSE OF THE LARGE NUMBER OF SENIORS STILL REQUIRING DRIVER TRAINING BEFORE GRADUATION, SEVERAL GROUPS OF FRESHMEN WILL HAVE T0 COMPLETE THEIR DRIVING PROGRAM ANOTHER YEAR. HIGH- LIGHT OF THE YEAR WAS A ROAD-O-DAY, WHICH WAS A TEST FOR SKILL IN DRIVING, BETWEEN VISALIA, DINUBA, OROSI, PORTERVILLE, LINDSAY, AND TULARE STUDENTS. THERE WERE TWO TEAMS,EACH WITH SEVEN STUDENT DRIVERS, AND EACH WERE GIVEN A SPECIAL DRIVING PROBLEM TO SOLVE. A FREE DINNER wAS GIVEN TO TEAM MEMBERS, AND TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE MEET WAS FURNISHED BY THE SCHOOL. STRUCTION OF NELSON WITTE. IS A COURSE DESIGNED TO TEACH THEORIES AND PRACTICAL OPERATION OFSTAGE MANAGING. SPECIAL STRESS IS PLACED ON PRODUCTION OF OUR SCHOOL PLAYS, ASSEMBLIES, AND PROGRAMS, AND STU- DENTS LEARN THE TECHNIQUES OF LIGHTING AND SOUND EFFECTS. ELECTRICITY IS ONE OF THE MOST INTER- ESTING COURSES OFFERED AT T.U.H.S. THE FIRST YEAR.lS SPENT IN STUDYING THEORY, MAGNETISM. AND BATTERIES. SHOP PRACTICE ON APPLIANCES IS GIVEN, AND THE CLASS ALSO GAINS EXPERIENCE BY WIRING THE CARPENTRY CLASS PROJECT. Zpe-cl:-lcll 51"- Q 0 QPU! omema In THE HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT TRAINS GIRLS T0 BE BETTER HOMEMAKERS. ALL PHASES OF MAKING A HOME ARE COVERED INCLUDING COOK- ING, SEWING, CHILD CARE, FAMILY RELATIONS, CONSUMER EDUCATION, AND MANY OTHER USEFUL SUBJECTS. IN THIS DEPARTMENT GIRLS LEARN HOW TO GET ALONG WITH OTHERS AS WELL AS HOW T0 EVALUATE THEMSELVES AND IMPROVE THEIR PERSONALITY. HOMEMAKING MAY BE TAKEN AS A MAJOR COURSE. OR AS AN ELECTIVE ALONG WITH THE OTHER COURSES HNOURHIGHSCHOOL CURRICULUM. may I5 -fe. SI ' : 1 S Sh f .ly V' I ,, ' 'Q 'aw XX ,' Q o'g'? f . I 'rg ' S t , 1 n "'-73"'i-' P- '3 'S- lf rlcsuplsw THE VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE COURSE IS DE SIGNED TO HELP PLACE A BOY IN A SUCCESSFU FARMING SITUATION UPON COMPLETION or HI WORK. THIS IS ACCOMPLISHED WITH THE HEL OF SEVERAL AIDS. THE EIGHTY ACRE SCHoo FARM LABORATORY PROVIDES PRACTICAL ExPERI ENCE IN DEvELoPING NECESSARY FARM SKILLS BOTH IN CRDPS, LIvESToCK, AND IN AGRICUL TURAL MECHANICS. ANOTHER AID IS THE ST DENT'S OWN HOME FARMING ENTERPRISE. WHI IS REQUIRED or HIM IN VOCATIONAL AGRICUL TURE. THIS ENABLES THE STUDENTTONSPECIA lzE"ALoNG A LINE WHICH HE CHoosES A GIVES HIM A START TOWARDS INDEPENDENC EARLY IN HIS LIFE. ANOTHER AID IS T FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA PROGRAM FO VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE STUDENTS. THIS AI TENDS T0 DEvELoP AGGRESSIVE AGRICULTUR LEADERSHIP, PRoMoTES COOPERATIONANDTHRI AMDNG THE MEMBERS. AND PROVIDES A WHOL SOME TYPE or RECREATION FOR ITS MEMBER THESE AND STILL OTHERS ARE BEING USED Too T0 D0 THE Joe OF DEVELOPING PERHAPS T MoST IMPORTANT SINGLE GROUP OF PEOPLE THE WORLD ToDAY--THE AMERICAN FARMER. CADETS IS RAPIDLY BECOMING ONEOF THE OUTSTAND- ING ACTIVITIES AT TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL. EACH YEAR MORE BOYS ELECT CADET TRAINING AND EACH YEAR EW ACTIVITIES ARE ADDED TO THE CADET TRAINING OURSE. UNDER THE SKILLED GUIDANCE OF CLYDE ATIMER THE ORGANIZATION HAS FORMED A FIRING QUAD FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY PROJECTS. ARLY IN THE YEAR THE CADETS RAFFLED OFF A TELE- VISION SET AND USED THE PROCEEDS FOR THE PURCHASE F INSTRUMENTS FOR A DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS. Q9 I f . ala If Q I I wg Ji f I H 3 ll If .S I .K ' A A I Q I 115 .. 1. -fs ' ,ax I I ' .ul L' 'I ' 5 I I. L""Ys, :'KL.,,I-...,l51":'. lg .' if ae" w..I5'33E'i,,4 , fyf .g,iwxwfALwy' Q, 5,5 KW m -.-,I I Q v A I., .5-Nw -:.,.-, ..., Q E ' ,3.iy 6 ., 4...-If 'Qs ,..Q'fI rw: I i.,2zM,,' Y- F' 'ifta I ' ft ,I I f 2 -A , 5 I 5 ' i fafkfk knit' -eww 2" . .' gan, ,.., . ,. .t K 1, A W .. ,I , Y M sn ine I ' AF I A I 6 bb A .i -1:, " I ' ' i 'T .. , 5. sg- 4, . I , Y ' -, A-wudPi"9K9kY A NN ,. SPS' M4 a THE BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT IS MADE UP OF SECRETARIAL. CLERICAL AND MERCHANDISING STUDENTS. IT IS ORGANIZED TO TRAIN STUDENTS IN THEIR CHOSEN FIELD OF EMPLOYMENT. ATTENTION IS GIVEN T0 DEVELOP- ING SPECIAL SKILLS AND DESIRABLE BUSINESS AND PERSONALITY TRAITS. THE STUDENTS ARE GIVEN PRACTICAL EX- PERIENCE WORKING IN SCHOOL OFFICES, THE STUDENT STORE AND IN AFTERNOON JOBS DOWN TOWN. 4-1 IP THE HEALTH PROGRAM OF TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL IS CARRIED ON BY THE COMBINED EFFORTSOF THE ADMINISTRATION, TEACHERS, COUNSELORS, AND THE SCHOOL NURSE. THE HEALTH SERVICES ARE SUPERVISED BY THE SCHOOL NURSE, CLARA FRANCIS, WHOSE DUTIES ARE T0 COUNSEL WITH ALL STUDENTS RETURNING TO SCHOOL FOLLOWING AN ABSENCE, ADMINISTERING FIRST AID, GIVING VISION AND HEARING TESTS, AND WORKING WITH THE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT. THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MAKES AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMPLETE EDUCATION OF EACH STUDENT. IT OFFERS A VARIETY OF SKILLS, SUCH AS TEAM, INDIVIDUAL, AND DUAL SPORTS. MOST OF WHICH MAY BE USED FOR LEISURE TIME. THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT DEVELOPS HEALTHY ATTITUDES THROUGH LEADERSHIP, AND CITIZENSHIP, AND ENCOURAGES WHOLESOME BOY-GIRL ACTIVITIES. WPIQ Q? 3' 'G Qs I E Q W ?S' A I, QF 5:9515 f gf m A I WWA 3,0 1-I X4 I X Minas mm Q " A 2 WRX QWQwqw .2 A. . I V3 . ,, Nl . X If Myth .wy- H, f.: 0 fx: 9 J 4. Y' v l :SFX r-.1 5, N, N X X 90 V 4 wwf :wwf Ns xik x X Xxx ga GFS!! O0 li FEW PEOPLE REALIZE THE STATEWIDE RECOG- NITION THAT OUR WEEKLY WAR WHOOPIS ATTAIN- ING. IT IS UNIQUE IN THAT WE PRODUCE ALL THE WORK ON OUR OWN CAMPUS. INSTEAD OF GOING ELSEWHERE FOR PROCEDURES IN THE PUBLICATIONS. THE METHOD OF PUBLISHING THE NEWSPAPER IS FINANCED HALF BY THE STUDENT BODY AND HALF BY THE SCHOOL DISTRICT. THE PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT HAS CONTRIBUTED MUCH TO THIS YEAR'S VOLUME BY GIVING FIRST QUALITY PICTURES. X X W al! UNDER THE DIRECTION OF GORDON LOWE. THE TULARE HIGH SCHOOL BAND HAS RECEIVED STATEWIDE RECOGNITION AGAIN THIS YEAR IN THEIR OUTSTANDING MUSICAL CONTRIBUTIONS. PERHAPS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE SCHOOL WAS OUR BAND'S SHOWING IN THE LONG BEACH ALL WESTERN BAND CONFERENCE, AND THE ORGANIZATION RATING WITH THE TOP FOUR BANDSIN THE STATE AND CONFERENCE. IN THE ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL THE BAND WAS GIVEN A SUPERIOR RATING AND THE ADJUDICATORS HAD ONLY COMPLIMENTS FOR THE GROUP. THE BAND MARCHED AND PLAYED AT ALL THE HOME FOOTBALL GAMES AND PERFORMED IN NUMEROUS OTHER PARADES AND SHOWS. THEY WON FIRST IN THE PORTERVILLE PARADE. AND SECOND IN THE DELANO WINE AND HARVEST FESTIVAL. wif! ffffy, L J fm W W ,fy IMI I' ,QI fjyfvfiyjgfjiff- If I fm M I WET. ITT -. jf n Wfvj ZQJ. P Kg flf kfY1 limp A KJ My ' f AIT Q U 'I IW If ,I I T55 f ABLY DIRECTED BY GORDON LOWE. THE ORCHESTRA HAD ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL AND BUSY YEARS OFTHEIR EXISTENCE. AT THE FIRST OF THE YEAR, THE ORCHESTRA wAS SELECTED T0 PLAY AT TEACHERS' INSTITUTE IN VISALIA, AND THEY wERE WELL RECEIVED BY THE FACULTY MEMBERS. ADVANCING RAPIDLY IN THEIR MUSICAL PERFORMANCES, THE ORCHESTRA RECEIVED A SUPERIOR RATING ATTHE MUSIC FESTIVALAND JUDGES COMMENTED ON THE FINE JOB OF SIGHT READING THE GROUP DID. Two OTHER OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES wERE GIVEN BEFORE A CAPACITY HOUSE FOR THE SPRING CONCERT AND THE MODERN DANCE PROGRAM. AT THE LATTER THE ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIED THE MODERN DANCE GROUP IN THEIR MANY CREATIVE NUMBERS. FC eblra MR. SUE GoRooN Lowe. DIRECTO ceR'r Mlsrnsss SIMPKIN S. CON ocap dlflsablc JAMES PARKINSON, DIRECTOR CHARLES KING, DIRECTOR DANNA LEE JACKSON AND MARY MCCULLOUGH, ACCOMPANISTS THE VOCAL SECTION OF OUR MUSIC DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN VERY FORTUNATE IN HAVING TWO OUTSTANDING DIRECTORS DURING THIS PAST YEAR. CYRIL WHITE, COMPLETING OVER TWENTY YEARS OF WORK IN THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF TULARE HIGH, RESIGNED BECAUSE OF AN ACCIDENT WHICH OCCURRED DURING THE EARLIER PART OF THE YEAR. HE WAS CHORUS DIRECTOR FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER AND UNDER HIM, THE CHORUS MADE SEVERAL OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES. ONE OF THE HIGH-LIGHTS OF THE CHORUS' RECORD FOR THIS YEAR WAS THE KMJ BROADCAST WHICH WAS A PART OF A SERIES OF PROGRAMS PRESENTED BY THE VOCAL DEPARTMENTS OF VALLEY SCHOOLS. A COMPENSATION FOR THE LOSS OF CYRIL WHITE WAS THE ASSIGNMENT OF CHARLES KING AS INSTRUCTOR, UNDER WHOSE DIRECTION THE ANNUAL SPRING FESTIVAL WAS PERFORMED EXCELLENTLY. IT HAS PRESENTED MANY OTHER OUTSTANDING PROGRAMS: INCLUDING THOSE FOR THE ADULT WEEK-END SCHOOL. OPEN HOUSE, VARIOUS ASSEMBLIES, CLASS MEETINGS, AND THE SPRING CONCERT. K K ' Q 54' Nj X EN X ,PN x' -- WA' .,, ,C - . v 1. '. 1, 9 if I 2 I - D . Q Af A x .,,9 v f 1: ' Ma l rX1' 9 gx ' , QQ-'N 't Q L pf' .' , 'iw 'Qs -n 1 ar r lvg., -3 , rl 6 r x 1 1 k x wg'-., rf. . 1 N571 Q-. ,-, , Sanz , f CW, Kg 3 ff , ig., N-Q., My rj, US'-115 ' .' . ,- I vlf, if-Q, 'Nik iff:- ' 'Add f' gf I ziuzi 5 f V "'4M'3,,,- QS: 'Ev-t xx Q3 f 4, .. . J if A "--ANT: 'Q-.,, KSN 14 Q A .. ' L M?q1 Q .gk "qi xr XA Xxx 'fiix xx 2 , . Q ,L Q f l H-M i E , 'ff'--1.Q,,. 3 qgjm , 2 m. EIA. , ...,,:,N1, - Q3 xx X, ,X W- . fl, - , . JE . 2 - -. 1 'Rf TH M... H f cf ,ff R Wk, x M MLM, , ,1,M 1 M , Xa,-was K wg gf- r X, x """ ,-.,,,'f, -.Kim .EA '5 w NM-dried' , I, , , Q 2.5 'ku-.QQ rv ,n cr iff? 'V , f -ffl' 4 QQ Nap, N ' J f , - 44 ' ' ' it N'-l.N,,XQ V- 'L Tb- 'AI ,F 'CALL If A F 1 f wqimvr -4..J.E3Qy:X'- 3 .jk-7 f V , I 1 1 af T -' - X f WU if " , ' in -li? I W if L'.4,,5-:Q CL f' J "' X M.,-Q, 1 - 1 ' - Q, ww QV. a I YL ,f 1 11 . g f, Y- . riff' 'ix xx 'V 'S-2fJ"f1L:f"' :QNX M, QR Q L mpg., w gl A Dx 'Mx Qc. I , . X fl A , , , V 1, e S' , ,,. T J V I ,A . JR g , I, I M 1 rl 411' L I A W it 4 Q, I ' X I X V f ' x I f 1 f U' . ' F . F . J ay! 4 ff' i Lf r wb . , M . J - 4 fx ' I if ,f I Xi jgw, LJLJ fm fqp I If Y .,NgL:.a-NN. fx ffl " Q 5 u-5 K X f We A- fiy , Q , . , L A Xxx R K? ,V 1 W 5 I , 5 N . M5 3 if : , 'V X XL ' 2A 1 ' yr K K . Ef A sz 3' 4 W WN' 1 5: X K, Y A Q fsxxx V I , K nk '-, if Ng sl-sl ar - 3 Q i I 'im 41 X, - A ,ff 5. . aj I , A byqxfhf V I W WJ X Aff if Z 'ffifw . f fb , V JN - E X X ' x. , . - . g N N ,3.n 4, Q -, x X 1 --'- Qvffi 5 , I I 1213 WWI M ' ' ly ,aJ W,,q7Tfl M' fi? Rl I CQI4-A,-g 1,7714 L4,a!,KAk!Q,?, Abi iii gm,. 1!g a4w,fL4,,f1, I fffwk ,. ,.,,,x f fwu 'wk' - h shy Ifjyuj ajalkffhii U W ,fw Q W U , fjcqi A WM, gm! A "g " 1?7 K. A f I lgffvfi 'M WL K 24 Aj I 4.4x.J FRONT Row' DAVE BOYER MGR WALLACE BROWN BILL MURPHY FRED SH ,I8f QBEBA ELEY WENDELL LIPP . . .I . . , INCOTT. RICHARD Bucs. LUPE ALDACO, LERoY BRANTLEY. LAWRENCE BooKER. JIM MILLS, JOE VIERRA, FRANK GALLI. BILL . .I : EY. COACH: JIM MAT As, JIM TRA , B S. BRANTLEY MGR 2ND ROW MAX COL HI VI EvAN RONALD BEcxwITH. JoE COELHO x COACH: 3RD Row: JAcx KELLY, KEN CAUDLE. RI CHAMBERS IS NHT IN THE AFTER SHOWING A DEFINITE IMPROVEMENT OVER LAST YEAR, THE TULARE REDSKINS FINISHED THE 1951 SEASON WITH A scoRE or FIVE WINS, FOUR LOSSES. THE FIRST OF THE SEASON WENT WELL. THE FIRST I s oe TAYLOR. BILL R JACK REEVES MORRIS. . JOE LANN KER , A I GAME IAS WITH HANFORD INwHIcH THEY WERE DBFE X DEH ' Q X 27.0. A TOUGH AND VERY CLEAN ,FIA f Q4 M , REsuLTED IN A 12.27 Loss FOR TULAREQ , A g53?g5g' T THEN CAME A w I NN I NG STRE:AK,,-ggfy FOUR FIRST, WE TOOK CORCORAN 25-,O M SCALPED 32.13. ARVIN FELL BEF0REgyS5!lLg gg? 5RE .qfg AEQQQQQ MQ? X OF 36.16, AND-..AFTER A HARIDS AEEE QQUGHT BATdQEwA,- PoRTERvILLE WENT DOWN 6.0, QW 5' Ng fqgah . A I b 'WFT DELANo BROKE ouR PATTERaI,gg,,:PiTwINs av us 6.13. FRoM THAT TIME ON THF If OCAL -k,i ' COULDN' T sEEM TO CLICK. EAST Qg3EgE1Rs FI. g Fqf.EQKqL 4 R 7-12, THE LAST GAME, A HEARTBR'EsiK'QfR , J 7 '1J'3 J' gif TA rr, 7.12. f , HEIE I 'f ..'1 MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE SCORES AND THE EQQAy5f2Qg? PERIENCE AccuMuLATED av UNDERCLAQQQEN WHO WI Fgmgwg ' 1 :gf qw CREATE THE CORE OF A BETTER TEAM NIEJGRT WEIAR THE FINE ENTHusIAsM FOR CLEAN s ORTSMANSHIP Wmm3QgQf THROUGH THE ENTIRE SEASON ev BOTHEPLAYERS AND T STUDENT aoov. A 3 -A I' , I , ' f FRONT Row: RUBEN ALVAREZ, PAuL GREER. JOE Lulz, KENNETH SEAvERs. DICK NEWSOM, FRANK LAWRENCE. KIRBY WYLLIE. ZND Row: DoN PROCTOR. PAT PIERCY, DoN BoEsCH. JOHN ODENBAUGH. GLEN BIGGERS. JDE NIxoN. B09 ATAMIAN, DoN WESTERLING. 3RD Row: WINDELL JoNEs. CDACH, JERRY HIFNER, LAwRENcE CDELHD, JOHN ELVIN. GARY SAMPSON, ALVIN SAUDE, ALLEN PEEBLES. JACK MOUNT. Boa ASKIN, CARROLL STowELL, COACH. 4TH Row: FRED PAGGI, GARY SIMDNICH, ROY BENZ, JAMES MIMS. CARLOS VASQUEZ, ELLERY MULOCK, JACK HUTSELL, FRANK WALL. CHARLES REED. E Qpabb oolQapp THE '51 FOOTBALL SEASON FOR THE PAPoosEs wAs ALMOST A DUPLICATE OF THEIR '50 sEAsoN. THEY HAD FIVE WINS, THREE LOSSES, AND ONE TIE CDMPARED T0 FIVE WINS, TWO LOSSES AND ONE TIE IN I950. IN THE FIRST GAME, A PRACTICE BOUT WITH HANFDRD, THEY TRIMMED THE FOE 27.0. AGAINST THE VIsALIA Vooooos THEY FouGHT LONG AND HARD FOR A SCORELESS TIE.THEY CAME BACK WITH A 25.0 VICTORY ovER CORCORAN AND A 32.13 WIN ovER Dos PALDS. LEAGUE GAME WINS AND LossEs WERE SPLIT. ARVIN WENT DowN WITH A sCoRE OF 20.61 TAFT BOWED BEFORE us 20.7. ON THE OTHER HAND, PORTERVILLE TOOK THE LOCAL TEAM FOR A 0.26 WIN, DELANO DE- FEATED TULARE 0-38, AND EAST BARERSFIELD ENDED ouR SEASON AND OUR HOPES BY BEATING us 7.20. HERE, AGAIN, THE TEAM AND COACHING STAFF ARE TO BE CDMMENDED UPON THE SPLENDID SPIRIT OF sPoRTsMANsHIP DISPLAYED AT EVERY GAME. Q Qpafsz, Igoolgapp JOE BATIsTA AL PERALES JAMES SHIELDS MIKE BLAINE. ROD FRIEs. Dlcx SIcKELs. AMos VANN. JIM COKER HENRY MEzA GENE HAYES RICHARD REED DENNIS SMITH, HENRY VAsQuEz. MALCOLM JAMESON. JOHN RODRIGUEZ RICHARD BORGES JOE SouzA LEROY SHERMAN LIONEL RIBIERRO. LEE BAKER, Louls GDULART, CARL WORTHINGTDN CENTER ASSISTANT MANAGER GEORGE BARIGH MANAGER CLARENCE SHAHAN: COACH ELI PAVLOVICN. BDYS ABSENT ARE DAVID FITZGERALD RICHARD CHENEY, DAN COULTER. KEN WELLS. HENRY TDRRES. AND LOUIS RoDRIouEz THE C CLASS FOOTBALL TEAM CAME ouT WlTH'A suM TOTAL OF THREE WINS AND FouR LOSSES. THEY LOST THE FIRST GAME or THE YEAR T0 EXETER 18-6. IN THE NEXT GAME THE C's HANDED ouR ARCH RIVALS, VISALIA, A CRUSHING DEFEAT or 32-O. Two WERE LOST T0 LINDSAY AND PoRTERvILLE. THE NEXT GAME wAs BETTER FoR THEY BEAT EXETER 27-0, MORE THAN MAKING UP FoR THE DEFEAT HANDED THEM AT THE FIRST or THE SEASON. THE C's LOST THE NEXT GAME TO DELANO. THE SEASON wAs ENDED av HANDING VISALIA ANOTHER BEATING OF 12.6. - W . v, K if .Vi fx S 1.25 Si? K3 4 w , mg Q, -1 , W. . V ., main W , Swim 5 xxx? av S" 35 mi' 555 ,g Q M- 9.-ffm mg- : We SFTZQ5. ,,3y,,,, 9 -M v 2 r wg v ,rfei ,fo K 7 X .W A , ,-Av.. Wh .gf 4 W 3, W5 ff xjggaxwygit M gm 'xxgywi N ,fl-gg -mm X Wx.: zzx., W W fsqggf .X N K E585 . Q gm Jxwgis xggsm WW A wx , Y f X K . . XM x ,. 5 A. Q 54 Q L - Q? f l ffififsk -5. A- mxsm x s ' 3 -ESX. Q WYN i lg w X Swv 'Nita M K .,. Lf 1 Y ., Q ., my Hu: aff.. X' wx il SM is W NS ig. K X. 'ff 1 5'-1-g.,. X . , , X ii S . NX X XX ff' -9 +4 5 . Q N4 ,f fm V , FIRST Row: FRANK CLARKSON. Bos ARENDS. GEORGE WALKER RAY PHILPOT ToM MORRIS SECOND Row BILL BURCHAM, JIM MATHIAS. RONNIE EASTER. BILL MURPHY GERRY LAIRD THIRD Row CoACH LAMDRECHT BILL BRANTLEY. CARL Slsx, WAYNE TAIT, RICHARD SMITH, CLARENCE SHAHAN I... ll Ba QEIQ PP THIS SEASON, AFTER MAKING AN IMPRESSIVE SHOW- ING, THE REDSKINS PLACED FIFTH IN THE SOUTHERN YOSEMITE LEAGUE. THE TOTAL SCORE CAME OUT FOUR- TEEN WINS AND EIGHT LOSSES. THE MOST EXCITING GAME DF THE YEAR WAS THE FIRST GAME WITH TAFT. THE REDSKINS woN BY THE SLIM MARGIN OF 36 TO 35. THIS GAME MARKED THE BEGINNING OF A GREAT UPSURGE OF ScHooL SPIRIT. THE FIRST FOUR LEAGUE GAMES WERE LOST IN THIS ORDER: PORTERVILLE. 39-41: ARVIN, 41.432 BARERS. FIELD, 28-411 EAST BAKERSFIELD, 31-52. THE NEXT FoUR GAMES CAME UNDER THEHATCHET oFTHE REDSKINS: DELAND, 45.38: CORCORAN, 42G2g, TAFT, 36-35: PORTERVILLE, 47-35. ARvIN A E Q KERSFIELD woN THE NEXT TWO. THEN TWO MORE CAQEYQS ER THE BLADE OF THE REDSRINS: EAST BAKEI3ffiiD AND DELANO FELL WITH SCORES oF42.33 AND SQQ46,RESPECTIVELY. THE LAST GAME SAW THE REDsKINS5Go DOWN IN DEFEAT TO TAFT. 1 - W7 FIRST Row: DON EVANS, C0-CAPTAIN LARRY VAN ETTEN, C0-CAPTAINAWILEY BARR, DENNIS ROBERTSON. GARY SAMPSON. SECOND Row: JON PETERSON, KEN SEAVERS, VIC HARRISON, ALAN PEEBLES. KEITH WHITE. DENNIS SMITH. MGR. THIRD Row: COACH LANNING. DON BOESCH. JAY JACKSON, MOONEY YOUNG. KEN ELLIOTT. 45 B.. QHQQPP AFTER PLAYING A TOTAL OF SEVENTEEN GAMES, THE PAFODSES woN A MAJORITY BY WINNING NINE. IN LEAGUE GAMES THE B'S woN SEVEN OUT OF THIRTEEN GAMES PLAYED. THE CASABA'S LOST LEAGUE GAMES TO PORTERVILLE. 26 T0 30, EAST BAKERSFIELD, 19To37: BAKERSFIELD, 30 TO 43: EAST BAKERSFIELD, 28 TO 42: DELANO 42 TO 52: TAFT, 31 T0 33, IN THAT ORDER. THE B'S woN TWO GAMES FROM ARvIN, 31 T0 27, AND 28 TO 26. THE PAPOOSES WON oUR FIRST GAME WITH TAFT 39 T0 24. THE ONLY GAME THE TEAM PLAYED WITH CORCORAN wAS woN BY THE B'S, 45 TO 37, PORTERVILLE FELL TO THE CASABA'S, 29 TO 21 AND 28 T0 26, M W ANS Q I . xii WWW' I' I FIRST Row: COACH STOIIELL. WING Soo Hoo. MALCOLM JAMESON, HENRY VASQUEZ. GEORGE MCGAVERN. SECOND Row BUDDY ROBNETT. BILL PATE, KENNETH HILL, RICHARD REED. JOE BATISTA. EDDIE WOODS. MGR. RICHARD BORGES, MIKE BLAINE. BILL EUBANKS. JOE SouzA. RODNEY FRIES. THIRD Row f '1I'15' ' 5 1 I THIS YEAR WE JUST BROKE EVEN BY WINNI GAMES AND LOSING THREE. WINNING QAME CORCORAN, ARVIN, AND DELANO av THE.SCOR 24 T0 23, 20 TO 19, 34 T0 22. RESPECTI LOSlNG'TOPORTERVILLE, EAST BAKERSFIELD AND THE CAPTAIN or THE TEAM WAS ALSO HIGH MAN, RICHARD REED. Q , -T52 5 12 "7 'Sf' FIRST Row: Boa ATAMIAN, Msn., Tow MORRIS. RICHARD BUGG, MORRIS EASLEY, Klnev WYLLIE, RUBEN ALVAREZ CdACH MQRRELLI. SECOND Row: RAY PHILPOT. ED GIRADO. BILL MURPHY, BILL FERRELL. BOB GEELS HARVEY MULLINIKS. BILL BRANTLEY, MGR. ' Q ar 1 abc a THE VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM HAS DONE VERY WELL THIS SEASON FOR AT THE TIME THE ARGUS 'ENT T0 PRESS THE REDSKINS HAD A TOTAL OF I6 VlNS ANU 8 LOSSES. THIS WILL GIVE us THE CHANCE FOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. THE SCORES OF THE GAMES PLAYED WERE! TULARE 12, MERCED 7: TULARE 8, PORTERVILLE 3: TLILARE 9, VISALIA 5. THE TEAM WAS coAcHEo THIS YEAR BY HERB MURELLI. 1 il. Te?-ff N -,R '2-.. . E T 3' :N W E ' A-I. 1 EEN' 3 EQ-F1 2 , 1. f' Q' E PP IW i , Nmw if L ,L ..,.. - -W, iX..,.,pq,,,.,L .,,, fm 4 FIRST Row: LEROY BRANTLEY. JOHN ODENBAUGH, ROGER NlcHoLsoN. JACK MOUNT, WENDELL LIPPINCOTT. SECOND Row: JOHN BATISTA, GARY SAMPSON, DON BoEscH. CARL SISK. BEN RENIKER. FRANK GALLl, ALAN FUERY. THIRD Row: BRYCE SHERMAN, ANGEL TORRE5. DON PROCTOR. CARLOS VASQUEZ. Bos ASKIN, DAVE BQYER. JOHN RODRIGUEZ. PILL RuRcHAM, COACH STowELL. 9 amass ausb THE YANNIGANS HAT: Nor COMPLETED THEIR SEASON ,.g5?fi5ggQi Q AT THE TIRE THE Ancus WENT T0 mess, so THE TOTAL Q4 ., , or 11 WINS AND 9 LossEs IS NOT :THE COMPLETE TOTAL. I, BUT THE TEAM IS LOOKING FORWARD T0 WINNING THE ' ' ,l f . REsT or ITS GAMES. THE scoREs or THE GAMES PLAYED ' ',"' ' ' WERE: TULARE 7, MERcEo 5: TULARE 4, VISALIA 2, AAv'L .7 TuLARE 7, CORCORAN 4, ULBRE 11, wAsco 4. I THE TEAN wAs coAc gin CARROLL STOWELL. , M f4-. 5, Wri 'if .1 F ll' 5' , if , TM . L' ' X 'xx i i I ' ' XXX. f xv RST ROW! J. BODINE, D. CHILDREE. H. VASQUEZ. R. LINDER. D. ARMS. D. WESTERLING. SECOND ROW: B. PATE. D MINVARD. R. WHITE. K. ELLIOTT. J. BATISTA, R. MOUNT. E. HAYES. THIRD Row: J. Youuc. H. MESA, B Roe IT NETT. G. Mznfz. A. GEELS. D. SM H. J. CAUDLE. THE FRESHMAN TEAM THIS YEAR JUST BROKE EVEN BY WINNING 6 GAMES AND LOSING 6. WE LOST OUR FIRST GAME TO VISALIA, 4.8. A FEW OF THE OTHER SCORES WERE! TULARE 3, DELANO 4: TULARE I8, ARVIN 6: TULARE 8, EXETER 2: TULARE IO, BAKERSFIELD 2. THE TEAM WAS COACHED BY THE STUDENT TEACHER DOUG WILSON. 3... ...... ....Q..PP 1" ' Q 4 X A FIRST Row: ARMSTRONG. BERRY, PLASENCIA, HILL. LAIRD. LAIRD. SECOND Row: HUBBLE. GAMBLE. ARENDS. MATHIAS, ELLIS. WISEMAN. THIRD Row: COACH LANNING, ALLEN, WALKER. BAKER. SENEGAL, CARLTON, COACH LAMDRECHT. VGC THERE WERE FIVE DUTSTANDING A CLASS TRACK aovs THIS YEAR. THEY WERE: Boa ARENDS, IN HIGH AND Low HURDLESg JIM MATHIAS AND GERRY LAIRD, SHOT PUT AND DISCUS: CLARK BAKER, SPRINTS: AND JIM MILLS. BROAD JUMP. THEY woN THREE DUAL MEETS AND ENTERED THE 20.30 RELAYS. KERN RELAYS. SOUTHERN LEAGUE MEET, YDSEMITE DIvIsIoNAL MEET, FRESNO RELAYS. MODESTO RELAYS. AND WERE VERY GOOD IN ALL. JIM MATHIAS WAS IN THE VALLEY MEET IN VISALIA. 4 I FIRST Row: MCCOURT, PEESLES, JOHNSON, BIGGERS. PETERSON, WALL. SECOND Row: SMITH. HAYES. UANTU. NUNES. KARNES. SANCHEZ. RODRIGUEZ. SCHOTT.THIRD ROWZSEAVERS. QUINTANA. MIMS. NELSON. HIFNER. WOLSEY, COLEMAN. FERNANDEZ. IN THE B CLASS TRACK oNE RECORD WAS BROKEN, AND ONE wAs ESTABLISHED. PHILIP PLASENCIA BROKE THE 1320 RECORD IFROM 3:22.7 TO 3:19,II IN THE OSEMITE DIVISIONAL TRACK MEET IN TDLARE. DoN BERRY ESTABLISHED A RECORD IN THE 880 YARD RUN OF :5,4, OTHER OUTSTANDING TRACK SQUAD MEMBERS WERE: BOBBY HILL, POLE VAULT AND DONALD NELSON. DISCUS. THEY WON TWO DUAL MEETS AND WERE ALSO ENTERED N THE SAME MEETS AS THE A CLASS TEAM. DON BERRY, PHILIP PLASENCIA AND JOE QUINTANA ERE IN THE VALLEY MEET. FIRST ROW! PITTMAN, SWEET. ROACH, MENA, WOODS, HCT.-as THE C CLASS TRACK TEAM HAD FIVE OUTSTANDING BOYS THIS YEAR. THEY WERE: MAX NENA, BROAD JUMP AND SPRINTS: STEVE STATEN, HIGH JUMPIMELVIN SDuzA AND LAWRENCE HILL. POLE VAULT: AND HAROLD ANDERSON, DISCUS. THEY woN THREE DUAL MEETS AND ALSO ENTERED THE SAME MEETS AS THE A AND B CLASS TEAMS. MAX MENA, STEVE STATEN, MERVIN SDUZA, AND LAWRENCE HILL WERE IN THE VALLEY MEET. AGUILERA. SWAIN. SECOND Row: SOUZA. CAIN, BILVADO. JAMESON. BORGES, FELIPE, STATEN. MCGAVERN. THIRD Row: JACKSON, CREECH. BLAINE. ARCE, HILL. FRIES. EUBANKS. SWALL, ORTIZ. ' I RS 1 L QZII ' I QQ A, xif s r Tf'f,. I.. Q fTQ?4 f- I A ki Ngfk-3 ' -.M 1 J 'r ' Af, 5 5 4 1 A sk J f A , 'I H A t IC: t v , ' px 1 A f K . K 1 I"', ' I 3 A I Q 5 ' E S I. ws A 2 Q 4 . ,bb- I . A . RSI' 'lzf A Q. 1 -'K I FIRST Row: CLARENCE SHAHAN. MANUEL PADILLA. MAX RoDRIouEZ. DICK SICKLES. JUNIOR CUNNINGHAN- SECOND Row: COACH MAX COLEY. DICK SAYRE. BUD PATTERSON. HAROLD SoUzA. ROY BENZ- THIRD R0W1THAD BAxLEv. MARVIN LATIMER. KEITH WHITE. BILL SLCKLES. VON HAYES. RAY CORTEZ. THE SWIMMING TEAM GOT oFF T0 A FINE START THIS YEAR WHEN, AFTER ONLY FOUR DAYS WORKOUT, THEY PLACED FouRTH IN THE ANNUAL ORANGE BLoSSoM FESTI- VAL. AFTER LOSINGTTDEAST BAKERSFIELD.BAKERSFIELD. AND LINDSAY, THEY DEFEATED THE VISALIA TEAM IN A DUAL MEET. OTHER MATCHES OF THE YEAR WERE WITH LINDSAY, PORTERVILLE, TAFT, A LEAGUE MEET AND A VALLEY MEET. OUTSTANDING SWIMMERSWEREDICK SICKLES, RICHARD SAYREAND BUD PATTERSON. DIVERSWERE BUDDY RHOADES. AND DOUG CARDOZA. I Cmnt BEGINNING THIS YEAR'S TENNIS SEASON WITH EAS BAKERSFIELD, THE REDSKIN TENNIS TEAM, UNDER TH WATCHFUL EYES OF WINDELL JONES, TIED THEM 4.4 WITH THE GIRLS WINNING ALL THEIR MATCHES AND TH Bovs COMING IN LAST. IN THE NEXT LEAGUE GAME WITH PORTERVILLE, TULARE TOOK HOME THE TRoPHIE WITH A 6.2 DECISION. PLAYING TAFT, NEXT, TULAR HAD A STREAK OF BAD LUCK. LOSING ALL THE MATCHES HOWEVER. THE NEXT DAY, THE TULARE HIGH NET TEA TOOK FIRST IN BOY'S DOUBLES AND SECOND IN BOY' SINGLES. OTHER SCORES OF THE TEAM WERE DELANO'S DEFEAT 5-3: ARVIN WAS ON THE SMALL END OF A 6-2 PLAY ROOSEVELT WON THE MATCH, 5-4'TOREVERSE AN EARLIE LOSS OF 7-2. FINAL SCORE IN THE LEAGUE GAMES 2 WINS, ONE TIE, TWO LOSSES. AND ONE UNPLAYED FIRST ROW: ERNEST DECOITO, RITA EMKEN, EVA ORoSCo, MARILYN RIEDESEL. LARRY JONES. SECOND ROW: MABLE FRUTUOZA. ELTON LUNSFORD. LERI . 'MAN JOE WILLIAMS. BARBARA NUTTER. LORRAINE SHAW. THIRD Row: KATHLEEN TAIT, NADINE PEREZ. VlRGlNIA PEREZ, BARBARA WELCH. BARBARA FRASER. FOURTH ROW: DIANE BLYLEVAN, WAYNE MOORE, DARWIN THORPE, LEON FARRIES. RONNIE EASTER. BILL BAILEY. Lx...LL.. CE' FIRST Row: COACH ERNIE LAMBRECHT. PHILIP PLASENCIA. TOMMY ARCE, EVERETT CONTRERAS,RONALD BIXLER SECOND Row: DON BERRY,GILsERT ARMSTRONG,JOE QuINTANA,RIcHARD FERNANDEZ.CLARENCE SHAHAN. MANAGER robb own r TULARE WAS UNDEFEATED THIS YEAR. THE MAIN SCHOOLS THEY COMPETEO AGAINST WERE VISALIA AND ROOSEVELT, THEY BEAT VISALIA, 19-36, 26.29: 22.33: ROOSEVELT, 27.47. TULARE ALSO wON THE KIWANIS INVITATIONAL CROSS-COUNTRY MEET. THE SCORE FOR THAT MEET WAS 26.38. THERE IS A HERO IN THE RANKS or THE CROSS- COUNTRY TEAM THIS YEAR IN THE FORM OF PH?iIP pmmw ad . ,NY PLASENCIA WHO BROKE THE KIwANIs MEET RECORD OF , 7:23 BY RUNNING A SPEEDY 7:19g5. VK - ,- I .14 'E , ,Q-x I fr qlrpbg I U4lQpel1c bbocla lon ,ff wr' .5 asc' j I f F wyjck .J AN ET ALTAFFER. TREASURER: JOYCE BADGLEY. PRESIDENT: NORMA HEARD. SECRETARY. 0' D4 ,gin mug ,AGM-'JI V,QQ.s-0212-9--Q, ff KALIOPE CANDIANIDES, KATHARINE SULLIVAN, IKELMA ELLIOTT, DORIS GOULTER X f I fin' ,1.."' --A ' ffm." , :sw , X ' ,L 'M , 4 HT .,?. WL" .V -, I el' Ik ' Ffvf' ' :-35725 W1m1:ff:+4 ' g d' i 'Uh ,w f W f f 1 .. rw, I Lf WWQP 574- W' W W ' is S 33' R :YQ Q' Ar K L 2- ui 3 1 fi -. 5 , - , ,R , fi ag Q1 W wx l N qv QN5-Aux ,QF 1 'h hu, 1 , W ww V ,x' 'MQW ' - awnm,1jM , ! ,fu n ,- -.-1 t ii:1fa,,,,'W1-Nswj'-y," , w,,f,'f'w.,U"' Jfiy' I 'l'4,.1," , www pf . J 1, W MLW' , N , W1 ,,M,,,,M, ,,m5, xf N, Y M my "'f!v'hf 'WV 3 ' JN Q' -4 1 agp-X: Ww w ,w L wW3'3lJ'wu Fmt " Y ,,H,Ww W W , ,.5.Gw MARILYN ROBERTSON, Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE. DIANE ROSE. JOAN SANDY ana emb DARLENE BRAZIL, MARY ANN HODGES ,,,,,,inl,,, L , , .I , , E, W ,- iance O' 9-0,409 ye xx ,W 50 00' QF' U' - R5 O or it 99 ' CQ- 9 9+ 9,9- Y3' I9 NV' J' ex6eeV?.1As-QR1' 0inFyi9iz56ox96t 1 A v gps Q.. X, Baa ov 51 9-0 Q95 Go Cr' QXQCOXXQ 'YQ' QQFQ. Btdmibfiggg G OC L+ fide' 69 Wx ' v 4' -L so X 9 G ogeoov 3' QQQFQYG 1 G- Q ,ox vs . 590962 QLNV y,0 499- 'xx XX F 'Y xl XXX 90 P- wd39QiiRs'9Nf 9, - 59- 1 . ,r so 9 69 60?-X, QXXFXX-Q img Q, EA -,,,3g,w' Q + P- . xl ' i W vdkvrdpi V 9' r r , V-X'-Q 9 QV' I ' . gr-'Xe Ci' Ox' gee' 5PpQ'Cy9 0 cf-' 9 9. BOTH ADVANCED AND BEGINNING DANCE GROUPS DID EXCEEDINGLY WELL THIS YEAR UNDER THE COMPETENT DIRECTION or MISS DORIS GOULTER AND MISS KALIOPE CANDIANIDES. ON APRIL 25TH, THEY PUT ON THEIR 11TH ANNUAL PUBLIC DANCE PROGRAM. SEVERAL NUMBERS MENTIONED BY THE LOCAL PRESS WERE: MADAME BUTTERFLY, STARDUST, PIED PIPER, AND THE CAN-CAN. THE ADVANCED DANCE GROUP, BESIDES PER- FORMING AT THEIR REGULAR PROGRAM, HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THE FOLLOWING: DANCE PLAY DAY, TEACHERS CARNIVAL, AND ARGUS DEDICA- TIoN. THIS YEAR THEY ALSO TOOK PART IN THE SPRING CONCERT. -Am-.,.- YYY. An - ,,,, Y,,, , Y CV' 09+ V 5 2 v- , 1 58543 Qaggy 90+ Q9 bay FIRST Row: SARA JANE TYLER. MARGIE OLDHAM. Jo ANN HENDERSON. ARLENE CAPsIN. DONNA BAKER. SECOND Row: GAIL FRYMIRE, DONNA BECK. BELVA SCOTT, VIRGINIA HOMFELD, GLORIA BARNES, JOYCE STIRNEMANN. FIRST Row: MARCIA MULOCK, MARJORIE TAIT. SANDRA PETERSON. NONNETTE FAsso, CAROLE FORRESTER. SECOND Row: KAY HILL. PAT MATHIAS. JANET SEAVERS. EDNA SCHOTT. CARLYN TIIIENE. BARBARA MATHOS. THIRD Row: RUBY JACQUES. VIRGINIA RAY. JANIS FORRESTER. DONNA REEDER. Q 5 if SX Nw, FN Q-4 Xxx, N . x YQ Sig R XX , Y ' Ni :S 'Ni EL NIA 'X,N I I I N' N N 'X N 1 Q- , 5 5 Q, I N I NS N x S K Qi N I . xx 5 wt 5 Q15 XQ - px ,x .3 .- xg Q3 NJ N - X.. W X Qi! - lx, .. I L S N KN WA X I 'wh ft ,SS xi QS :Sy I 5 J H 'H - V 'R Ni WQQNNMG BASKETBALL XQQN. Q Q' FIRSTHOW: EUTH ANN HUFFSMITH. SHIRLEY MCKELYEY. LURRAINE SHAW. OYEDA ARNOLD, 'A-' QS "X NH SEcoNwRow? DEL RE, ANNA Lou CLARK, JEAN NAGEL. RITA EMKEN. :S Xq'g3 S A I 2Q X- yf I X IQ Q , AH 'NJ '7 xv .J JN ? xi . J BASKETBALL ALWAYS A FAVORITE SPORT wAS a N0 EXCEPTION THIS YEAR. SOAP NAMES wERE CHOSEN BY THE GIRLS TO REPRESENT THE VARIOUS TEAMS AND GAMES. SOME OF THE NAMES WERE: Duz, CHEER, CAMAY. THIS SEASON'S BASKETBALL GAMES WERE SPONSORED BY MISS KAY SULLIVAN AND MANAGEDBY'DARLENE BRAZIL. I PICKED BASKETBALL FIRST ROV! SENAIDA GUERRER 3 W ANI HUFFSMITN. SANDRA SIMHERLY SECOND Row: MARY AHII Houses. CANDLE HAMILTON. CAROL DEL RE: FIRST Row JO ANN ABERCROMBIE ET CAST BE . ERNESTINE SANTO SECOND Row: JOAN SANDY CAROL DEL RE CAROLE HAMILTON SANDRA SIMMERLY. PP QQPP THIS SPORT OF THE SEASON SAW MANY NEW a FACES AND SEVERAL OLD TIMERS. OTHER THAN A FEW BROKEN FINGER NAILS THE SPORT WAS EN- JOYED BY ALL MABLE FRUTUOZO WAS MANAGER. UNDER THE ABLE MANAGEMENT OF Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE THE HOCKEY SEASON RESULTED IN MANY BRUISED SHINS, BUT NEVER THE LESS, T0 THESE AMAZON WOOD CHOPPERS. THIS MEANT A VERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON. FIRST Row VIRGINIA PEREZ SHARON HENRICKSON. RNE I LORETTA HAYS. RUBY WALKER SECOND Row SALLY HARPER PATRICIA MATHIAS MARY ANN Houses. OYCE BADGLEY, CAROL DEL Rs. I V ' .Sq My .W FIRST Row: MARILYN ROBERTSON. Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE, Rusv ELLEN JACQUES. SANonA SIMMsnLY. Seconn Row: MARY Ann Houses. MARGIE TAIT. CAnoLe HAMILTON, JOAN SANDY. SOFIQQPP AT THE BEGINNING 0F THE SEASON EIGHTY- FIVE GIRLS TURNED OUT. EACH TEAM CHOSE THE NAME OF A DEODORANT. SOME OF THE NAMES WERE! DEW, TUSSY, AND Mum. DIANE ROSE SERVED AS MANAGER AND DID AN EXCELLENT JOB OF CREATING INTEREST IN ONE OF OUR BEST SPORTS OFFERED DURING THE YEAR. THE SEASON WAS CLIMAXED WITH A BEAN FEED. FIRST Row: MARILYN ROBERTSON. PATSY BILLINGSLEY. BILLIE NELL EVER, PATRICIA MATHIAS. Szcono Row: DouA BILLINGSLEY. Jo Ann Ansncnoulcs. PAT CAnvALu0. ELEANOR ZAuonANo. T... NI I I ow In FIRST Row: Jo ANN ADENCRDMDIE. JOAN SANDY. SECOND Row: JOYCE BADGLEY, ANNA LOU CLARK. CAROL DEL RE. BOWL I NG ENTERED INTO THE SCHEDULE AGAIN THIS YEAR WAS BOWLING, WHICH IS VERY GOOD FOR THE WAISTLINE. THE GAMES PLAYED WERE FILLED NOT ONLY WITH ACTION. BUT SKILL ON THE PART OFTHE PLAYER. THE MANAGER WAS MARILYN ROBERTSON. gagman on WATCH THE BIRDIE---NO WE'RE NOT THE CAMERA MAN---JUST A HELPFUL HINT TO THE BADMINTON CLASS. THESE BIRD-SWISHERS DOUBLED AND SINGLED THROUGH THE SEASON UNDER THE wATcHFuL'gY,LOF JOAN SANDY. v""?"-' JOAN SANDY. Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE. NDRMA HEARD Jo ANN ABERCROMBIE. SANDRA SIMMERLY CAROLYN KACHADOORIAN GIRLS. GIRLS. SWAN DIVES, JACK KNIVES, WHAT EVER YOU DESIRE OUR SWIMMERS HAVE IT. THESE GIRLS WHO HAVE TURNED OUT TO LEARN THE ART OF MERMAIDISM ARE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MISS KAY SULLIVAN. FIRST Row: FLORINE HUBBLE. GLORIA BARNES, NORMA HEARD CNA GARET CASTLEBER SECOND Row MARLENE PRICE Jo ANN HENDERSON. DIANE ROSE, MARCIA MULOCK, MARGIE T T TH RD ANNELORE MARKERT SANDRA SIMMERLY MARILYN STUART, MARGE MASSEY. CAROL LIGGETT. f 5, i -' SJGHPGIJ 5'-' E 0 MM? ' WQQ'ifMjZ3LWZ3ZL MQZQM, m4W?f Qwgfwk Cldcbvifb My' Q' 'QM07' 5 E gffcfcgfl Jwffvdimmb wagqw' Q4 f , jffg, fx J Jyfwcfg, MTA' Caffe Z75Z2klQ Q,ak:QpwQwL6? My X x Cgiaw if P8624 'UW H2 Jfzww, JLQQQ A 'Zack 0L0s6'2fffg,. Q! M455 JLLMQQO ' fm'?f7Q40Z, fgffdigei me , za-fl,-vatj ' 9404112 lalkigq, 25121 - 3 A X ox 4 U-q A A riddled.. ffgofx-?4a4 . : Q A I . .rf M if ANXNQJIQUM 3 XXX V1 1, ,ii 3 L f,2, ,bg 1 X XL , .N 2 ig? U A l KW 41 I - If W pm N . fi' 4' .mx ,yy A Q l Iiifxlh AXP XXX Ng . f GU H- E wf .Q X X : QM ,fxkipQ KQV? ' Wffff! 'fi HQ l Q? x ' wma 'U' if W ff M WM E K ,giw Q L if My W, Q , W f r ay A I , 4, I 5 W, - y ff A , - ' , f if s . x I , 'Lt ,N gzafm .4-2.'jL'? 'V Yfff x' . Lf U J I 7 ""1,N,, 159-Q 1 K A I " ii I K H x, ..gi,.,w ,fi 1 gf fi. W1 gh Hhs" O., 'f f ff 'f' Q X L' ffif' .5 4 ' We Sa Riff - If U V' fl . D F f ' I ' +1 W C ww xl W , . C I, - ll., ff ,Q 4 ffq iq Y ' H ' ' fy I ' ,I f Xl Vx f , If X 5 xq P NM I i , fi , , f . N. . I I w . ' '1 Af J f X 2 f , V 3 P px r X X ,qv W "1-.Q ff w ' 1 J Q -if .' Q M ' -. , L F, xi' ' Tm V i SUD Qi ! Mx u . mu ' x r , 5 -.. , 2' 1 ,mu , . 1 V I w- 1 . f , s 5 H I , K H H it-P' x, v - ,f" x lv , - .... x , V f s . f , 1 ' ' r ' , , ' .- . ,f- 4 1 4 x4 1 1 ,, ,if ' J. 1 ' 1 'U r f' 2"-. -I 1 . ' , . 's s il'-ba" 'ei ' ' ' 5 325- ' .ff A 21 if .- KN," X k , if . 3 , if I Ai QQ X' gn X K " x I E .O 6, K af! x Ir f I M R ls it IHHWN Xi 2: :IK IQ! 11 tv f 1 -1 -v 5 ' V ' ,. U w. V., 1' Aus Q43 Q - "A K , . 1 'A 'Ax'5g- ll F' f


Suggestions in the Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) collection:

Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.