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

 - Class of 1953

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nw! ZH WW WW fi? W M W mi MQ, M' JW UZ ip J W , x' y K' ,f ,I , . ' ,. - ,f , ,f ,- 1 ,, . , , ' ,. 2, U-' . , 1 f r - If uf Al, .4 1 A A ,ff'l f 1 2. V , 75 f 1 V . . .. fx "' , , f J' "" , , ,I 1 K, ,f ' , , I fi V 1 flf ."' ,.4 ' X Q 1 ,f f ', - f - . 2 , 1 : I 0 f if ,, f - ' l f I . if 4, 1. ' 1 I .v J . "" 1 If 1 t . f If -V, f' - 1 , V .MX 1 f' I Y v l d I if 4 I' . f .,' f I, f , K' ' V' , . V 'I I 41 Y V ll . , 1 ' ' ' l ' -V' .. , 1, , 1 . . . C I J V A . Q I 1 1 1 ' , K I mf cf Y xxx' xx X vt 5 Q xxx, 1. x. X y ' 1 -NA .1 x x ' x T X F' 1 I 'B X Y P X r I The 1953 Staff Presents The 55th Publication Cf THE ARGUS 'XFN Race Kent Donald Frew TQ th Ann Hutlsmlth MX O D th wmplete L w v af fan P sumrar w m T wl'1vQ f ,qf w ow n If we haue been nhl? R 4 x tfndshlps and achtn P mfnt then our work has been Q Pme an as ' e wneff we hope that in 1 Huw f Qmlle and Q99 v f t mo x x KN it Tulare Hlgh School nk 0 vwu with 0 T Pix T V , , ... . 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LY ".?f:r'.t, hr: 'r TOT' DEDICATIQN BECAUSE she has given friendship, understanding, and encouragement to her many students, and BECAUSE she has helped them develop latent talents by inspiring them with her wealth of knowledge, and BECAUSE she has served Tulare Union High School for many years. and BECAUSE she has increased the desirable public relations in the community with unlimited services to clubs and organizations We the Argus Staff of 1953 dedicate this book with sincere appreciation to Mrs Alta Newcity I I D I 1 -.'i.L.Ev--'J' J' ' . - '- - ,tg,4wAQ:1,:1Q-ef'.'1 A v fig. .2 fa 1+ ', .1 .. ' , 3 .,--:.a--,ff . . ,. .- , 7.4, 41:-1tf5,.:f"51 -- 4 . -' ,.. 1 11- :ag fa . A 5. .fffivrf,iFj?.1xffiL'iirTT f"- " ' " 'A .r +1 s-1.43-q,fQz.:':" 2.45:-' A - , ' w,3,Mi,.,.f,,.ff- , -, .MJ ith, I . .' I fa." " A .:'. , I i . hi, 1' 2 A .V,'-'Q-'ua-','m ' 4 .-f . L 1 I S MESSAGE fA.f'W, if i 'I 4-v- on High School will remember We shall never forget the due to the physlcal condit recent earthquake. our extra are something we can always 1 r the good times we had,at o plays, and parties. appeared as topsin BCt1Viti6S ms have been rated superi e best in the state and have by many schools. No less praise athletic, agriculture, and d just a few of the accomplishmen me a proud memberof the student I would like to express sincerely my appreciation to the facultyandevery memberofthe student body for their co-operation and encouragement of student affairs this year and also to the citizens of the Tulare Union Hi School District for their supportofour school this year as voters in the bond election. J l w Front Row Diane Rose Bbeth Fell larshia Loar Second Row Arthur Cantu Terri Savial Irneese Jones Arvelle lillials Sue Simpkins Third Row John Guerrero Ken Seavers Janet Altaffer John Odenbaugh Gerry Laird Joe Vierra Fourth Row John Phillips Keith White Bill Murphy STUDENT CQUNCIL The Student Council under the able sponsorship of Keith laite started the year with the traditional skit to sell student body cards The council was very active and sponsored :any student activities including a bonfire rally and a big 'Sock Hop " The council was instrmental in the formation of a committee to start a Rally Club the following year me of the largest projects sponsored by the council and the administration was a campaign to help keep the campus clean Those serving on this year' s council were Gerry Laird President Keith White Vice President Terri Savial Secretary Bill lurphy Treasurer Arthur Cantu Head Yell Leader Diane Rose Girls League Presldent Ken Seavers Boys Federation President Janet Altaffer GAA President Joe Vierra Boys Athletlc Commlssioner Arvelle lilliams Publicity Chaiman Sue Simpkins Soc1al Chairman Eaeth Fell Argus Editor John Guerrero Cadet Representative The presidents of the classes also served on the student colmcil Q ' I I I . l I u . r I I s I I e ' a e o I a - . 9 I 1 I . 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I 9 4' 2 -- .. lp , V 'r KN PE NTEN ' 'S MESSAGE A53 VH llll ill 'Q Q MM T chair 'H-are eg, 55Q.5V55O ssssyqxqgo 'z' A PU?PlT BIND PAITAIY k Argus Staff has decreed that we all shall H, U i Now' belfng puppets is really not so hard to -an because puppets and people are a lot alike e react In certain ways to certain stimuli and so do puppets 'l'he difference is that while people react to the wands and actions of other people puppets react by the pulling of strings Since we are puppets by decree 1et's see how this string reaction business works As puppets some of us have a tendency to pull the strings in others that bring out the worst reactions It IOGIS that we hunt for the strings that cause anger or unpleasantness in others However many puppets are able of pulling strings that cause happiness and co fidence n some puppets the strings which cause pleasantness ar long and easy to pull while the strings that cause un vorable reactions are short and difficult to find Unfortunately not all puppets are like this There are puppets whose strings controlling anger and resentment are long and easytofind while the strings for favorable reactions are too short to pull or are missing altogether So the moral for puppets if there be a moral if you are going to pull strings on other puppets try to find the ones that will cause happiness and favorable re actions As for your strings be sure that the ones that bring out the good in you are always left long and accessible while the other strings that bring out the had are cut so short that it is impossible for then to be pulled at all Z :jf , ,1.', ' ' ,Qi ,fgf N . . 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K . .'C .W'.'ff' '- ' - ' 'Q -3'f"f,l,- r , '-fr e 1 42175 l i , ME' ' Q ' , .-jnei l , n fs flrk , 'J'y 5, I - . . ,L , -- -- f - , , , I BOARD OF TRUSTEES Highlight of the activities of the Tulare High School District Board of Trustees this year was the big build ing program Following the earthquake which struck the San Joaquin Valley last summer the A and C Buildings were condemned by the Board and temporary classrooms were set up in the gym Soon thereafter two little buildings were built on the land behind the bus garages In the middle of this year the voters of the school district passed a bond issue by an overwhelming majority Near the end of the year the two old class buildings were torn down and their place within eighteen months will be two new two buildings Board also made many improvements which aided in -fthe-smith administration of our school. . . Theioard is headed by W J fBi1l7 Walker and other embers are Walter Long John Adair Jack Elkins and Carston Keefe f WILLIAM J WALKER President J A. ILKINS E CARSTON KEEP JOHN ADAIR WPLTP3 D0 L I HELLAND Boys' Vice Principal IBB ADA BIOIN IILLIAII NY Girls' Vlce Principal Attendance Officer Adult School Principal Pint Selester KEITH IAITI PAUL B LOIIGDIICKII Curriculum Coordinator Adult School Principal Second Beneater .D I A f 4 w NIIELL z. onson "' XXX X EDGAR? 0 B. CAIIDIAIIK IIB KALIOFI 1791118 I atrll' Physical lhincstion mlm!! IIISB Iltlll Counselor lulish IIA Department Head CDIRIU.. JUS! Agriculture Science I Mrionlturo lechanics I Department Bead is 3--,..,,, 'TX -A .I .Hr .... I if 'J .A',' 'if-"M -lp "L- ' gil!-f'L"' Q' CABADI KISS PLMIBCE Gmnistry Physics Fblsical Science Sophomore Class Advisor wb! IAX Business lath Record Keeping Boys' Physical Education EJIINSTII OSCAR General Science BJCEIJHE FRANK Social Studies I SDR-DISH I II III Bays Physical Education General Ilath Kr-uaxza-.r. A at ? X' IMT IIS 'IHHIA EIEMAN DAVID PIN!! RICHARD FRANCIS HRS CLARA Girls' Physical lducstion Life Science Visual Aids French I II School Nurse DGDIITIOIIC Heed General Isth B Latin I II HIM UTNALD GGADING IIS ANNE Social Studies IV Senior I-lomelnking stats Government GIANOPULOS amass Hone Development 05051431 GERSEN lorld History Business Training Honenakinl Foods I 990911-1 Cleflcll Photography General Math B Cafe Supervision TJDIHS II 'Enix 'J' an-F' xX I. f1's:1'3fg?:Qi5igQ-, A ,I lx I . I ' We r K . A E' HANK!! IIISSVEINA l-IUFIIM IIB JHEL JUIIIEIRI I8 AIIDBA Business English horthlnd I II Typing I Hoasaking II English IIB Office Practice Elective looda I Secretarial English Deparhent Head JUIE IINDEIL Business 'Training mn' RACE Bookkeeping KEINEIJY FRANCIS Jong-na11g lar lhoap Typing I Vocational Auto Iechanlcs Argus Pgttery Sales Auto lechanics I cqungglqr fy ki Gn- -iq . - , -A 5 34 A ..' I - JONB EXE!! English III A Junior llxed Gxorus Advanced Girls Glee Senior lixed Chorus Beginning Girls Glee KING CHARLB General English III Social Studies IV Geosrl-Dbl KNUDSEN IKRRIS English IIB English 4' Q A LANNING J IBEPH -Q, iw -so Algebra I Geometry rQN OG KRIBE IISS PAULINE LAIBRWYI' ERNEI' mokkeepilll I U loodworklng 1 II Counselor arf? Ag if flaw A ,.v- 'NI 'Y 5 xh, X- L ,Mm QW!! LANGMNS MISS ELIZAEFH U B History B Qaunselor IDNGBIECKER PAUL LATIIEI CLYDE LAIREIKJE. 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SENICDR CGUNCIL JNUi00EHNHKH The Senior C1888 Council under the suidance of liss Lois Thmpson, experienced a successful but trying year John Odenbaugh headed the class as president during the first semester, with Gerald Bowles serving as vice president and Don Evans as treasurer llary Lorenzo served as secretary for both semesters Second semester officers were Don Brown President Richard Bun Vice President and Julia Balmer Treasurer The Seniors sponsored the Christmas dance which was held at the lomen's Club House because the gym was being used for a The Senior play, 'U Sister Eileen " starring Terri Savial Barbara Price and Johnny Batista in leading roles was a tre mendous hit Riding the year was numeral planting on June ll Baccalaure ate on June 14 and Commencement on June 15 with Ronald Aske1aug,,Bbeth Fell Robert Hobbs Terril Savial Sue Simpkins and Richard larrsn as Commencement speakers DON BRDW classrooms. In spite of difficulties, the dance was erdoyed by ll. Front Row Jewel Franklin Barbara Price, Dorothy Enos, Pat lright liss Lois Thompson Second Row Ilary Lorenzo, Anna Lou Clark, Third Row Julia Balmer, Gerald Bowles, Henry Adkins, Richard Bugg Fourth Row Richard Smith Roger Nicholson. Dick ayre. Don Evans .4 1 A ,rl A x 1 x af, I 41 Q'-x nrss agus N , 1 t' l I .V :ll L .' - H Aix.. .7 g T. E." 3:1.::x'4 V ,Al , Iv. l .V 1,9 , . , . f ., A , 1.4 .N , .----kr. ,.',g-I-:W --H. , . Q Q. 71,-.1 ,I IV. .1 I A , ' I' I QV, , 'iv .. -,. J...i.....,.,,.,',,.Jd4.,4,..4.,,.,,..,,-L.,a, ,-,.'..-.,,' A W, -F, A ,.f-, .-- , Q y '99 Y Q--" ADKINS HENRY AIEXANDER WI General General Clerical Senior Council ' Knitting Club ' 51 Radio Club '51 ' Chorus 50 '51 '52 '53 gl 'Sgt If Usherettes '51 ay a Sr Play Staff ALHIITIGI DIARY LEE ALIEN DONNA IDUIBE Liberal Arts General Clerical Carver Club '50 51 Bible Club 52 '53 Usherettfkx 51 52 Q xl ALTAFFHI. JANET U46 JG?- Liberal Arts ,l G S L Secretary 5 C 50 ' 52 3 Chorus '50 '51 52 "53 mga. 5 B Council 52 53 Couii G A 31 Tregsureil Engl 52 ilfefxiciali Clu '53 Jr ass ounc G A A President '53 fc ARCHER ARDEN ARBTRDNG GILBERT General Clerical Business Track '51 '52 '53 Cross Country '51 '52 ' 3 Fencing ' 53 Mexicali Club '52 '53 hettermen's Club '51 '52 '53 1 ' 0' I I 53 52 C.S. . '51 Jr. ,.. 'Y M X5 -I K I X A v 1 kr J Al., A , S vii '5 A . al IL: -x -.,. 5' ... ' 2. 'V 1 - :hunk 1 'S ' fr 2 ,V 3 5. 5 H ' 52 A.S.. '.'. tl '4'-' 1 53 ... . 52 J , 53 . . . 3' ,JI . 5 J ' '.. A A 'uf Q Q re- var -1. 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W' " Ts' '51 ' r ' Fai' ' ', 5 'gg . . . ' u 50 '51 l - 'il X I: W- . ,M W - A N' X Q- 'W' BLACKIILL UREYE Liberal Arts Girls' Glee '50 '51 Chorus 52 '53 KJIBCH DON Industrlal Football '50 52 Basketbal 5 5 52 Baseball 50 52 Boys' Federatmn Council BOWIE GERALD Liberal Arts Ban 5 '51 52 ' Dance Band '51 '52 '53 'S pa I ook Senior Class Vice President ' 2 HIAGA LAVBINE IARIE Liberal Arts Art Club '51 52 Paint N' Patches Jr Play Staff G S L Council Jr Red Cross 'S is 2. ." ' 'nv ' 3 'G Q of BKXJKER DGIA Holemaking Bible Club '50 arver Club '51 '52 BOOKER. JIMMY Agriculture Auto Club '51 '52 '53 F A 50 51 52 ' 3 Airplane Club ' Carver Club '53 X555 o+""" fs nw LERO 19653. 0 Let terllen' s ' 52 BRAZIL DARIENE IARIE Liberal Arts G A A 50 '51 '52 G A A Colmcil '51 Red Cross Council 51 '52 Orchestra '50 Sr lixed Chorus '52 '53 Jr Dance Broun '50 '51 S Z 'Y'-bn N M fa gg 2. G1 U ff .Q 553 I I ' c '51 ' '53 1 ' 0 ' 1 ' '53 .F. . ' ' ' 5 ' '51 ' '53 4, 50 5 '90 ' ' 4 9 1.2 X 'J "' gg. 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JII CULLUI. GJENTGI General Industrial Radio Club ' 52 sk Y' Q--..a Qi- if 9 Q... ., . DANIEHJ FRANK ABIN EI RTQZ gEE t I d t 1 1 T3 T 3 nAlu?:orClub '50 51 '52 '53 Aviation Club '50 '51' 52 '53 Auto Club secretary '51 '52 Photosrgvlwflvb 52 '33 Auto Club Pres1dent '52 '53 F F' A 50 51 ' c s P 52 3 Science Club 51 DAVIIEN IARILYN DEARING CAROL TRUE General Clerical Torch ' 51 ' 52 ' 53 F' 1 52 ' Argus St ' Chorus 52 ' ,fy sunorr main. PAUL J? t General 1 Jr Girls' Glee '51 Chorus '52 '53 Argus Staff '53 Sr Play Staff '53 K lusic Appreciation ' ELL S ENUCH Industria Chorus '50 '5 '52 '53 Track 50 '51 52 '53 Automotive Club '5 '52 Carver Club '50 Pootball '50 'RJ EQXESHYSS 3 Secretarial Chorus ' 52 Bible Club ' C S F ' 2 F H A ' 9 Torch ' 52 Unhnraffnn ' 9 EMMERSON GERALDI E General Clerical ' 9 . . . ' 's n ' ' ' ' 52 .gg '53 C.S. . ' ' 53 53 . . . 5 :53 fri U Q ' 53 . . . 4 50 cv' -. ' .. 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'50 Crgss Country '52 Boxing ' 53 Future Retailers ' 53 'vw' id" fs., IU'- X4 '5 '31 ry' 9 FIDRES ESTFEC F CAROIE General Clerioal General Clerical Bible Club 51 '52 '53 F I-LA ' 0 D Jr Red CTOSS G A A 51 52 lexicali Club '50 '51 '52 '53 Dance Group '52 PONTES MARY JANE I-'l:Ab:lCI.1NA DAVID Business L ra rts Girls' 51 52 ' Band 50 ' 52 '53 '-X V 'till FRANKLIN JEWEL. '52, fl ms RQJIQQ Bus1ness ultur Majorette 52 '53 N' 4 Dance Group 5 ' 52 , A V 1 ' 51 Junior Play 52 . 2 53 Sen1or Play '53 Senlor Counc1l 3 FRIED ALBERT Agrxculture F F A ' 0 ' Cadets '52 ' Radio Club 5 ' Jr Band '50 Key Club '52 H1 Y Club '52 ' FRIZELL HILDA Secretarial 4' FRY. DALE GAIBLE. HAUIICE Industrial Industrial Aviation Club '50 '51 '52 '53 Chorus '50 '51 '52 '53 Camera Club '53 Carver Club '51 '52 '53 Auto Club '50 GALLI. FRANK GARCIA. BEITY Industrial D ' General Clerical Football '50 '51 52 53 Latin American Club '50 Basketball ' 50 ' 5 ' Baseball '50 '51 '52 ' Crafts '51 '52 GARCIA JOHN GOISTON CDNNIE General Clerical Business F H A ' Crafts Chorus Bible GARREIT SYBLE JUYNITA GOCDIAN HELENE BUSIDSSS Liberal Arts Adv Band'50 GAA '51'2 Photography 51 '52 Orchestra '50 '51 '52 '53 CREW DANIEL Industrial W 157 N.,-J GUEIRERO JOHN Industrial Cadets '51 '52 A 8 B Council Torch ' 53 Crafts ' 53 sf' CRE all HALE IARGIE Ligerll-gtA:tB , ' Sec retarial r a esnen H Y'52'53 ,wa fl ff N 5 X '1 muuL.1'oN Russ:-zu. hm Bgpu Agriculture e r 511 A 51 52' ' Tra.ck'50 BL 524' 3 P F A Judging 52 '53 155 A HARDESTY EUGENE HAWKINS LOUISE AN Industrial Liberal Arts I Track ' 53 Torch Club '50 5 52 53 C S F 50 ' 1 52 Sr Class Plzgv Jr Statesmen 51 52 '53 Forensic 52 '53 Orr-hestra '50 '51 '52 '53 WGN- agr- wr--I x.,,! ftp? X'V""-wi" , 5, rv 5' '53 . . . '53 . 52 53 1- ., J QA WX' f' fb? ' R XV- V 'Z' X. 5 -X wirfyl L ' 1 14" fr yf vf? 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All BIIIIIIY lerchandislng U50 I I Ullmrette Club '51 '52 Future Retailers '52 '53 A 8 B Treasurer '53 Jr Class Treasurer Carver Club Pres '51 '52 Football '50 '51 ' ' Basketball '52 '53 Baseball '51 '52 ' If IRPHY IILLIAI IOCUUDIC IM! Industrial Becretaria Y Teens ' Orchestra rua '52 3 N,- in 5 1-.--, sf Gif, w Auto Club '52 Freshmen Council 'so Jr Red Cross Council '50 '51 Sophomore Council '51 Ruture Retailers '53 lclELVE! JII NEIIAN JAB8 General General Clerical Aviation Club 51 '52 '53 Celera Club ' Future 44 tailers ' 53 NICIIOIMN OGBI ODBIBAUCII JOHN General Liberal Arts Football '50 '51 '52 '53 Baseball '50 '51 '52 '53 Jr and Sr Class President Key Club President Orchestra '58 '50 '51 '52 ' XJ I ss sm ss , 3 E4 I 1' xy OVBSHEI' BILL F PAMIIRA IIILDA IAIIB Agriculture Hlllillf F I' A I' A 50 '51 ' 2 m Bell Club P I-I A. Treasurer '52 PANI RICHDID PAEIB BETTY Agriculture. General Clerical Baseball ' . . Preelhn Council '50 Ibotball 5 52 ' Jr led Croaa '50 A. 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'Y ' :Q ,, gy, fw 9, QB P f A . :V r- ' fd wh W Q Y., , 133 Q f , gi wf??r.l7 If gf W5 N , 1fM.71'13g L fini? 'di RFQ 2 . . if Q ffwii ,gd Vg Si uv E 1 g 1 'Q P. 15 iz as X iw W' 2 1 4' xv idk? Q - Y, J 2j,:fQ,:.:'.fg, 'if f 9: 451: W 'iw W 925.1 Q? 'Him s zwmw A vs ,. - SA 'ERS Q , 'xii-Q 'Exam ri if? ,Q ., W ,., K i' ' 2 w i 7 -mag, wwf, -K X mae- 50, vw: x H' V. ,, f , y :grwv ff Q Zffsfwuyf x Reap. 1.1167 f 44 ew AM: M was wi' A W ,gm v , fiff M X53-ff' mgqggy in A f " 4 4. z. .sw Ziff' nj tn, 41" fain 5 N M M1 47 f Q 4- xx Front Row Darlene Williams Evelina Velardez Amelia Ybarra Pat Welte Jackie Winninghan Williams Dixie Whitcraft Ruth Welch 3rd Row David White Bob Wenn Howard Young Gerald White f -'m ill' Fw G 'G- ? znd 5611 Sue Williame, Psi U ,:' ' t d!IIIII I,'::::g, t:::,- .. .V A ,KQV D 2 - Z 5 ' ' V. VV 5 '.- -Y-, V .V V V ':.V V . V V . V V y V,--. .. : -V, V. 2 f V . V f ' . VV-, V .- -s '1 Vs . :V . V M V. .. f - V. X 3 ' . S .-a . 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QQ-g I 'il Sax., f ,144 The Sophomore Class shoved outstanding work this year and sore Droninent in many school activities Bephomores put on a skit for e football rally served at the mneession stand during a football same, served refreshments at the Junior Senior Prom and decorated for Commencement exercises First semester officers were Floyd Smith President Rosemary Lynch Vice President Lonearl Jeffries Secretary 'and Shirley Black Treasurer Second semester officers were Joe Batista President Carol Clark Vice President Lonearl Jeffries Secretary and Patsy Roche Treasurer 1 JOE BATISTA :jg.'F', 'ln , ' 5 y .,ffi.1,4', r.: " ,- ,f ' - . , ssl. H, , V . , - " '- .g-v-,gf-s1:,f.f.-X ' A -, 1 ' ' ..,'-5. .35 X ffl. E - K A K A t 3 - Q ,av , W - - t X V :A ' ' f R, . ' - A Q . ' 4 ' V V '13 . l - I . I V. QA 1 ' . . , 1- , ,NE , v, . 4 X . I' . . k. 3 ' W K ,ff " V ' , c . ' - l hu P . . . . up . Q 5 . . - 5 . U' vs' - . O g . .1 ' s . o ' . ' D I f . . I I O 9 . -, . 1 U A . ' , - I I , I ' I e V ' p I I I . ' 1 hi ...,..4....- Front Row Pct leaver largaret Custleberry Lois Young Janice Van Houten Rosemary Lynch Second Row Joe Batista Mis Florence Casady Dolores Lockwood Barbara Welch Shir'ey Black Donna 'Furl Third Row Gene H s Floyd Smith June Koepue Patsy Rocha. Carol Clark Lonear Jeffries IISS FURENCE CASADY , ri 'QF ski we Front Row Ronald Archer Thella Alulbaugh Barbara Anderson lary Aguilera Tommy Arce 2nd Row Lennie Aguilera Joe Alves Cynthia Africa Recel Acord lanuel Aguilar 3rd Row Harold Anderson Albert Albritton Daniel Aguilar Jack Albritton Kenny Adcock We 1mm f W Front Row Dolores Arellano Shirley Baugh Dixie Bass Joyce Banlgarten Donna Beck 2nd Row Jerry Beasley Lavonna Beller Evelyn Barnett Shirley Bearce Ramona Baiza 3rd Row Lee Baker George Benton Loyal Ballard Joseph Batista Pasco Bentley Qi .ie HF Front Row Patsy Billingsley Darlene Bennett Arlene Bennett lollie Beshears Linda Bertao 2nd Row Bert Benson Ronald Bixler Jo Ann Black Shirley Black Wanda Belyeu 3rd Row Jean Bodine Ronald B vers Dale Bevins like Blaine aiu sex-gk 1 B yy X B' E . ' A u V ,fi 55 "- I' if B 45fV.,R in HV g Ei Q Av i . ly . lu- ,AWZV A Wg xiw . gi ffl' 21 Qing? 'E qi!! glbiiii W fix 9359 'f - 2 .- 1-fr-. 43' 92 Q ij,-,.A,,xEvx 5 3 ia 'x Front Row Leona Echols Vera DeAnda Helen Davidson Elizabeth de los Santos Carolyn Dysart 2nd Row Hazel Duncan Tony Duran Charles Crumm Boyce Dykes Elsie Dodd 3rd Row Joe Duran Charles Dawkins Lloyd Davis Ernest DeCoito Bobby Dykes 9 'afar l C' 4!lh+! Front Row V1rg1nia Fernandez Rose Fernandez Marllyn Ferrando Jeanette Elliott Nonnette Fasso 2nd Row Carl Ell1s Manuel Espinola Anne Ewan Isabelle Elliott Calvin Edwards 3rd Row Billy England Archie Farley Legus Finney Howard Emery Kenneth Elliott Front Row Darlene Fry Betty Fry Betty Forsey Elsie Garcla Evonne Foster 2nd Row Alfred Geels, Sharon Fraser,Pat Flores, Gail Frymire, Jan Forrester. " 3rd Row Benny Genter, Pat Franklin, Eleanor Fornasero, Lawrence Fossett. James Forsey 1 1 'ak 'G 5 Z f f L -B 9 ' We . 93 Q , if .n is fa HE' f 'ff' so 5 xx s Ny , g'-T5 Gif" - 2235? Q . wg 4 Q 4,3 Lf? in ,Sip Q w A T 12:65 YSL- W, :HQ ln .99 he 'gg , A i 4 1 M Sv? 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A E af as Q 1 'J Mala ? li Y 59 , Q 7' 15 119m FRESI-IMEN CCDUNCIL The class of 1956 started its career at Tulare High School in September with great enthusiasm Officers elected for the first semester were Manuel Silva President Sonny McClure Vice President Jean Barnes Secretary and Barbara Becker Treasurer Chief semester activities were the operation of the refreshment stand at the Taft football game and a successful Freshman Parents' Night Program Under the leadership of John Phillips second semester.pres kdent an all Freshman Spring Dance was held in April Other semester activities were the traditional end of the year deco ration for Baccalaureate Also serving as secbnd semester officers were Betty Allen Vice President Shirley Babb Secretary and Barbara Becker Treasurer Due to the mid semes ter illness of the reasurer, Pat Holland was appointed to complete the yea th osition hyd W W3 AMWWWKQW '.L,f.gqI.5 G 3- .. . fail-Jv:4,.i .gi b ' -' ' A ' I' l K ' wbff 1" ' . 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P ,:-- W. ? x 7 .rv N45 44 r " 'S L AE :Nr gf S. -K 4 -I J! 5 ., V 5 V '1 3122 J 1 l Front Row Joyce Stirnemann Patsy Billingsley Dorothy Enos Janice-ygn,Hggten Sharon Fraser Irs Pappas Second Row Ruth Ann Huffslith lary Ann Hodges Bonnie Pay Pat Wright Terri Savial Sue Williams Laverne Braga Third Row Alan Peebles N ncy Seitz Barbara Welch largie Oldham Gloria Barnes John Phillips Fourth Row Terry Hubbs John Peebles Cynthia Africa Beverlee Adams Patricia lathias Jin Shephard ART CLUB lembership in the Art Club is open to anyone interested in Art It is a service club For pro jects this year the club sold yellow Chrysantha nuns with a red T in the center at the football gales bought and decorated a giant Christmas Tree for the main hall attended the Junior Art Show in Fresno presented gifts to the Senior artkstudents receivlng art awardsforoutstanding wor This year s officers were Presldent Alan Peebles Vice President Richard Smith Secretary Joyce Stirnelann Treasurer Terry Hubbs The Club sponsor is Irs Ann Pappas AUTOIOTIVE CLUB The purpose of the Automotive Club is to pro note safety and good drivlng on the highway and to promote and givetheboys a better understand ing of the 8Ut0IOt1V8 field The club takes one field trip a year to sole auto factory or to an Automotive Show where they learn about new equipment and how to use then Francis Kennedy and Donald Ieyer are the Club BDOIIROYR Lo 1 B 11 d J ICCOWED Harry Perry I11 GWl1ue uennnu Sgentsggsy Jgigsona Jerry Ji ion Steve Staton Bill lurphy Wallace Brown Roy Benz Third Row Frank Daniels Ir Kened! lr layers Lflll v l L , Q. 'K 1 T ' '- :gp , WK A " ,S 5' I' . Q- X L 1 . ,, eat f 1 5 ec A 80 f . 47 '- , f K ' ,' N ' pw A D 'T' Q ff ., -4 . X x 1 I 1 1 I : 1 o I 0 , . . . ,. , , , U l ' ' I U 9 0 I v Z , , , W I U Y 9 U ' 0 . - ' 1 , 9 ' I . I C ' . : ' . , uso, ve.-non ua... uv,-... : p n I ' ' ' I 9 - I 0 ' Q 1 , lij s Front Row Jim Newman Bill Peacock Clayton loulds Richard Green Leroy loolman John Korenwinder Second Row Dale Fry Lee Dean Fred Dearlng Gerald White Tom Swall Ronald Silva Third Row Paul Heaney Don Spencer Bud Patterson Richard larren John Patterson lr Nanro AVIATION CLUB The Aviation Club has three private D110tS in its membership this year Dale Fry Lee Dean and Jim Newman It will be unusual if we dupli cate this achievement another year The Club is proud of these modelers who Frew up and now head for their Commercial Pilot s Certificates le had some extra nice models made and flown this year In addition the Club maintained and flew two U control planes which were donated for the purposeofteachlng those who haven't learned to fly their own planes The Club sponsor is Stanley lanro Front Row Harlan Cortez Esther Flores Norma BIBLE CLUB The 1952 53 year has been a successful one for the Blble Club Weekly meetings have been held and membershlp has been around forty Most of the meetings have had a program planned and presented by the members Local m1n1sters have also been lnvited to speak Two purposesof the club and 1ts members are to prove that Chr1st1an t68Ch1DgS can be lived out r1ght here on the campus and to flnd fr1ends w1th s1milar Christ1an interests Gallagher Lois Carol Setser Lynne Frymlre Shirley Cox largaret Bryan Dixie Bass Second Row eoma Harrison Dorothy Coburn Elores Tallon Therese Walker Alberta Nagel lary N ude King Sylvia Hansen Josephine Brown Third Row Ruthie Seaton Carol Dearing Frances Garner Phyllis Pope Dorothy Pope Connie Golston Donna Allen Iiss Hanson Fourth Row Kenneth Elliott Dan Rinker Bucky Smith George Cox Vic Harrison Devon Pelham lin: Soo Hnn Ina Iannn A 4" Hifi' x., : n 1 n n u . : v n n - n 0 : I I I I I U ' - - - D . - u U O9 . t I 0 v u n ' I : I r I I I n v v . . , , l ' I o 9 , . ' ' 9 . 1 r s I r a . , ' ' Q . . . . w' 1 Q , y Q at - V in K if fe' Z, S , Q 5 , 9 Q ix., " x -f I ? ., c U . , K-A A f' t I N 5 4- R 7 6 A YQ i A , S T A . ge 3315 4'-f"A'9' Q' ,xi 'V 4 'su-Rf. 9 ,.,1Jfu. QW? I 5 .. 4 il 77. ess,-'h W. Q, . 9' 4 :S fy, shim .',4 Pront Row Larry Parrnh lr. Holland Kenneth Seavers Second Row- DOI! 500805 -T09 Vi9I'!'l Louis Sweet Third Row Desmond Coffee Jon Peterson ouxo FEDERATION COUNCIL The Boys Federation is a service organization composed of all the boys in school They assist the needy by loans and gifts and sponsored th1s year two out standing student body programs The first one was the television production of the Presidential Inauguration and the second one featured Joe Drilling Sportscaster from radio StBt10n KMJ Fresno who told of his experiences at the Olympic Games in Helsinki Finland in 1952 Th1s organlza tion and the Junior Red Cross sponsored a clothes dr1ve for Korea The officers this year were Kenneth Seavers President Joe Vierra Commis sioner of Athletics and Jon Peterson Secretary Treasurer CAIERA GUILD The Celera Guild was organized thxs year Its biggest activity has been printing pictures requested by students They had a snapshot contest for the Student Body Their reason for holding this contest was to build up interest ln photography on the calpus The lenbers of this club hope to ilprove their abilities and techniques and to work with criticism and help each other The Club sponsor is Donald Frew Photography teacher Front Row Janes Newlan Lee Dean Dale Fry Second Row Sidney Levin Robert Lopez B111 Luehe Third Row lr Frew Bob Northern 1 ,TX 51 Y ' r , . . , I , u 0 . 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A L he k .V 4 New 1 Front Row Geraldine Kelly Loretta lolles Velora lade Peggy Ridenour lary lelson Second Row Barbara Burchett Norla Hensley Shirley Hifner Billie Nell Byer lerlene Cooper Third Row lary Ann lullinix Sue Jackson Pat Losey Shirley Cheathal Zolla lillis lr Ruppert Fourth Row BobRoberts Richard Fernandez Howard Brown Eddie Nixon Parl Buster Charles Reed DIBTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AIERICA The Club was started in 1949 to develop pro gressive leadership in the field of distribution that is competent aggressive self reliant and cooperative Ann lullinix Vice President Richard Fernandez Secretary Billle Nell Eyer Treasurer Eddie Nixon The Club sponsor is H E Ruppert CRAFT CLUB The Craft Club was organxzed for the purpose of keeplng the former craft students informed on new crafts and to glve extra practlce to the regular craft students Money making projects have been undertaken to help defray the cost of sendlng outstand1ng craft students to the Inter national Hobby Show heldin Los Angeles in larch The students have spent a great deal of their time working on gifts and table decorations for various collunity organizations The Club sponsor is Irs Alta Newcity Front Row Virgie Campbell Gladys lhisman Lois Young larilyn Ferrando Irs Newcity Clara Iarie Carvalho Joyce Baumgarten Darlene Fry Second Row Shirley Litten Joan Heaney Nora aslin Ignacio Rodrigues Geraldine Baulgarten Vicksein Baulgarten Barbara Iells Donna ck Third Row Ronald lonk Arthur Cantu Joe Batista larjorie lassey Gene Hayes Jesse Loring Fourth Row John Guerrero Eugene Kelley John Peebles George lendonca Frank Avila F th Row lyllie Babb Roger Nicholson if? ill""""' 3 6 J X 1 A fy i I R . rm' R'-4 3 7 a ' ' Rf.. k .1 The officers of the club are: President, lary kc 1 , I ' . 0 ' I ' 9 , Be I : I I I I I if I : ' I i i I . O I I l I 1 4 5 . rvf Print Ron Lois Yoh!! lelva lanlllr lbeth Pell June Koeppe larshia Loar Second Row Norma letting Nora lcCss11n Pat lright Terril Savlal Lorraine Shaw Th1rd Row Louise Hawk1ns Judith lachado Iarilyn Davidson Jo Phillips Nr Parkinson Fourth Row Bob Hobbs Carol Dearing Ronald Askeland Prank Dante s 5+ CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION The California Scholarship Federation is a statewide organization dedicated to the encour agement of leadership and high scholastic stand ing Its motto is Scholarship for Service' Iembership provides the privilege of attend ing C S F conventions the right to rear C S P pins and opportunity to gain one of the very fine scholarships available to C S F members with several semesters of membership The club sponsor is James Parkinson TORCH CLUB The Torch Club is an honor organization open to all students who are listed on the semester honor roll A11 members pledge themselves to pursue the ideals of scholarship and service This Year the Club served the school and raised money by compiling and selling programs at the local football games The Club further served the students of T U H 8 by buying 15 phonograph records of popular music and a case large enough to hold 100 records These were given to the school for use in noon recreation for students The Club sponsor is James Parkinson Front Row Lois Young Ted Bergman Sidney Levin Ebeth Fell June Koeppe larlene Nichol Gregory Brott lelva Reniker Second Row John Guerrero Nora lcCasl1n Ronald Iacono Iarshia Loar Judith lachado Geraldine loods Janet Dupuy Pat Doherty Thlrd Row Jim Barnes Norma letting Ruth Ann Huffsmith Shirlee Kinney Marilyn Davidson John Phillips Fourth Row lr Parkinson Louise Hawkins Laurel Grant Irneese Jones Barbara Johnson John Phillips Desmond Coffee Richard Hildebrand Fifth Row Alice Richmond Ronald Askeland Jim Flanery verett LaRue jqfvsrv., Cyavv .Ahh is ' y N .6523 1 .., ' I 1 N af L. fqdnkjn I ,, I I ' 3 A P NL ' A A ' " U . , -' "" o' R W G I 3 "' :lf ,ite f f x I .Zh I S J J -. gi Bert Benson Second Row James lest Front Row ling Boo Hoo Roger lilnes Gilbert Armstrong Wayne Rutherford Bal Carrillo lonte Ichinaga Third Row Vaulhh Hlles Richard larren lr Finch Kenneth Serpa lr Gianopolus FENCING CLUB The Tulare High School Fencing Club was first organized in 1952 in an attempt to keep alive a spark of th1s ancient art of defense and at the same time to offer to interested students a safe non seasonal sport At present each member has to furnish his own equipment The Fencing Club whose members are still searching for an adequate name for the club :eats in the Gym Cage one night a week for two ours The Club sponsors are Richard Finch and George Gianopolus FORENSIC CLUB It s purpose IS to promote speech and debate meets between the high schools of the district They attended a lotofmeets and some of the more 1mDOTt8Ht ones were Stanford Univers1ty Merced H1gh Visalia High San FFBHCISCO State College Lions Club and Knights of Pythias contests This year was most successful for the club Front Row Pat Holland Elaine lawrence Ebeth Fell Diane Linder Janet Dupuy Second low Rosemary Lynch larshia Loar Nancy Llnch Charlene Driscoll Louise Hawkins lar! Ann lodges Third Row lr Pannas Bill Bifner Laurel Grant Ronnie Loar lallace Brown I al' it ff' 'fl rf!!-" .-v' ,047 hiv IS' 41 F e S f " T- , V A z ' ' U . , I U r n ' ' ' ' ' r o - ' ' I I I I .. ' ' ' 1 ' I I 9 I I Q 3 U I I I ' : n v 1 O I ' I . . . . . - 9 55 of" g Q ,, 4' A Q' r M. - ,f ' ' f-Q 8 43 p 73 , f U mx 5 , I" , x O 6 'ff -' Y ' .ia ' ,, 1 5 X rw N I ' " ll A h m,m, 1 - , E 7 C" ' 4 ' ,W I L N L4 ' C C N A4 , n C, - I .J 4 ,sy - " il. 1 - 4- x I t . .J-4. rront Row lalter loods Jerry Searcy Buddy lelch Terry Benevedo Freddie leyer Daniel Souza Clarence Booker lanuel lacedo Ralph Simmons Second Row Danny lartinho Richard Nagel Charlie Lackey Dick Peach B111 Searcy Ronnie Braman lilton Richmond Jesse Rocha Leonel Ribeiro Boyce Dykes Third Row Jack Hutsell Grandon De lasters Richard Rogers Edward Borges Janes Espindula Frankie Boggs Coy lallen Lawrence Fossett Gary Gilbert Fourth Row Arvil Harris Richard Cheney Kenneth Corley Ernie Benevides Norman Oliveira John Korenwinder Jim Gist Jerry Beasley Sal Cross lr Correll Fifth Row JSIBS Green Joe Airoso lelvin Carrillo Paul Rogers Anton Van Denberg Larry Ratekin Gerald Rogers Sixth Row Willard Lemay Dwayne Hamilton Vernon Lumpkin Darrell aallwood Tommy Hernandez FUTURE FARIBRS OF AIERICA This year the Future Farmers of Alerica cele brate their Silver Anniversary 25 years of service to American Agriculture The Tulare Chapter's 100 plus members is part of a national organization of over 350 000 farm boys The foundation upon which this delocratic organization is built includes leadership and character development sportsmanship cooperation service thrift scholarship improved agricul ture organized recreation citizenship and Patriotism lne cnapter s a1ms and ODJGCIIYBS are wrltten in a program of work which includes annual judging contests dances ball teams an annual parent son banquet community services field days and various local and national contests It also sets goals for the Chapter and for individually supervlsed farm programs The 1952 53 officers of the Tulare Chapter are President Bob Hobbs Vice President Rex Kerr Treasurer Ernest Tristao Secretary Russell Hamilton Reporter Frank lacedo Sentlnel lanuel lacedo The sponsor is Robert Zetterberg Front Row George Seloes Donald Houston Albert Fried Elton Lunsford Leroy Echols Joseph Costa John Inman Second Row Rex Kerr Bob Hobbs Neal Houston Frank Iacedo Ernest Tristan Rex Dykes Don Proctor Third Row lr Correll Thomas Swanson Jin Richmond Todd Smith Rodney Fries lalter lolsey Clark Baker David Boyer Fourth Row lr Zetterberg George lendonca Jerry Johnson Jilly Booker Clevie Belyeu lax Rodrigues Don Hobbs Ir Walker p,f'5 2 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 0 : 1 1 1 I f I I ' . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 , . . I , 1 I 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 ' 0 - . , , , - . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 , : . : , . I 1 1 1 1 1 , . T 1 1 1 1 . , 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 , , , . I . , , , 9 1 1 1 o 1 figw K y 1 Q V he 'ww H : .W 'jj W li . 'A J 5 1 'i '- x Lb-1 I Q 4, W It I. . , A' "" - hm V' N 5 1 M' B Front Row Vergie Campbell Dorothi Souza Dorothy Enos Anna Santos 0 Linda Bertao Second Row Nadine Souza Judy Brantley Joan Heaney l ry Tristao Vlr n a unes Gloria Airosa Gloria Souza Third Row Vonna Simpson Josie Enos Mrs Myers ce ag Pat Carvalho FUTURE HOIEIAKERS OF AIERICA The Future Homemakers of America is composed of chartered state associations which in turn are made of local chapters in junior and senior high schools offering homemaking or home economics Students who are or have been in the homemaking classes composetheactive membership Activities this year have been the State Con vention at Asilomar supplying candy cookies and toys for the sick and needy at Christmas time Faculty Valentine Tea and bake sales The Club sponsor is Mrs Bea lyers GIRLS' LEAGUE Girls' League is an organization composed of all the girls in High School This year s newest accomplishment was the starting of a new point system which enables each girl to receive a Girls' Leaguepin Other activities they sponsored were the annual Faculty Carnival G A A Posture Contest gave a Senior Tea and again put on the Backward Dance The officers thls year were President Diane Rose Vice President Frances Lahann Secretary Janet Altaffer Treasurer Dorothy Enos Girls' League sponsor is Irs Ada Brown Front Row Dorothy Enos Joyce Baumgarten Nonnette Fasso Diane Rose Shirley Ichinaga Sharon Homfeld Second Row Cassie Hinkle Joyce Stirnemann Frances Lahann Loretta Hays LaVerne Braga Shlrlee Kinney Third Row Laurel Grant Terri Savial lary Ann Hodges Irs Brown Diane Linder Pat Williams Fourth Row Janet Altaffer lary Lorenzo Arvelle Williams Sue Williams Irneese Jones Q' 1' A ti itiiiiii, A : I U I I n : r . n 9 9 , I ' ' I 1 1 9 g I I ' , . I ' 2 . I p I f - I 0 u 1 n , u ' ' I 1 s n r Yr ' f 1 , l sj',3Tq . arf .iv Q B ,J fun 1 ,gg p 1 A M ef x . , if I kv ,1,?r4,J.m Q Azrgrk x , . 4 X has gf ' fir ff, G ' WLM ll Q Eu . 4 ex ,jx a, W "' N ,O if ' as 3 fins QI, 7 A , I , .Q I Q V 1 a W 7M,t ' ' 5 , W ia' J N ' I we 3 ff g A J ' v was Yr'- Q f P r . 'S' f f m 9 3? A Frontkow Arlene Capain Barbara lelch lar! Capein Dixie Bass Angle Lopez Second Row Billie Jean lelch lerlene Cooper Donna Baker Betty Raille Oyeda Arnold Third Row Barbara latbos lay Hill lisa Kruse JUNIOR RED CROSS The projects this group plans depends on the degree of successof'the Jr Red Cross membership dr ve This year instead of an international project we chose a variety of smaller ones in this vicinity Pajamas for children at Springville Hospital tray favors for Tulare Co Hospital drapes for a roomat Sequoia home cot covers and drapes for our high school nurse s office and stationery for a veteran s hospital Officers were President Angie Lopez Vice President Arlene Capsin Secretary Senalda Guerrero Treasurer Oyeda Arnold Publicity lerlene Cooper and Sponsor lisa Pauline Kruse JUNIOR STATESIEN The Junior Statesmen of America with its lotto 'lake Democracy work' is an organization devoted to educating youth in the principles of democracy It provides an opportunity for a high school student to become a junior legislator to introduce bills and resolutions and in so doing gain an interest ln the function of government Some of the activities of the local chapter were attending conventions at Bakersfield Turlock and Sacramento Today s Junior Statesmen are tomorrow a Statesmen Bpg ggrg grg Don Prem mnd GSTSOD GTOSIIIK. out RQ' Nancy Lynch Janet omltu nuaw wvvl NUUUIUFJ uyuon .Ioan Jones Janet Du Gro Second Row lr lilllama lr Third V2 L' swag Bill Hifner gre er if smark Louise Hawkins Charlene Driscoll Diane Linder Terri Savlal Arve Row Virginia H mfeld Laurel Grant Ronald Aakeland Ebeth P311 + if as UY' t In M in i F gap 'f 1 ,Q e .1 I I I I I 0 : I I I I ' ' Y , . ' I I I I I , 'I I ' , : I : ' I ' : I O U : l . I I - ' I I 90 ' I rl' : I I 9 ' , , pw. : . . v v - . 11a 9 I : g 8 3 ' ' I ' . V H X f . 7 ' W 3 i M , I fc j A I . 1 ' Z lf V .lf 4 A S 4, I A , s f ,Q '7 , A 4 J. lr ' b 5 - .L f ' A ' . x ' a .,' Azz. ' , we g ,X sr... . sl Front Row lonte Ichlnaga Bob Atanlan lendell Lippincott Louie Sweet Jon Peterson Fred Sheley Second Row David Peterson Larry Jones David Franklin Kirby lyllie Richard Bugg John Batista Third Row Terry Hubbs Richard Warren Don Nelson Lawrence Hill Harold Anderson Joe Batista Fourth Row Jerry Hifner B111 lurphy Keith lhlte Gerry Laird lr Lanning John Odenbaugh KEY CLUB The Key Club is primarily a service club and is a junior version of its sponsor the Kiwanis This club was one of the most industrious and outstanding on the campus this year sponsoring such projects as the purchasing of waste paper containers for the main hall painting the trash cans located on the calpus putting on a Basket ball rally co sponsoring a clean up campaign rally with the G A A Council participating in the Kiwanis annual Charity show and finally having their annual dinner at the closing of the school year The Club sponsor is Joe Lanning LETTERMEN CLUB This club iscomposed of athletes who've earned a letter and 1sa.service organiza tion Some of the projects were sponsoring a boxing show Senior vs Faculty Basket ball game and a dance at the Women's Club The officers for the club were Johnny Batista President Vice President lendell Llppencott Secretary Treasurer Bob Atamian Front Row Phil Plasencia Kenneth Hitchcock Bob Atalian Richard Bugv Jnhn Batista Jon Peterson Fred Sheley Don Evans Tom Iorris Second Row Joe Vie ra Ger x ray Jackson Floyd Smith Larry Jones Don Nelson Larry Parrish like Blaine John ROFYLSUBZ Third Row Jerry Hifner Clark Baker Joe Luiz Joe Batista Wendell Linrin ttt John Odenbaugh Leroy Sherman Kirby Iyllie Fourth Row Coach Iorrelli B111 Sickles D11 Sayre B111 Murphy Gang H yes Dennis Robertson George lalker Don Iesterling la ry Van Etten !rout low' Albesa labago lolll Carol T led lo' I-ry Louis. Lo,.8 n.nr1't:. Inflat cgi! rana Eleanor Grijalva Helen Peralta Second e ce Lomas Connie Jacobs lickey Aldaco Den t 1 sums any 'mu111o Third new n 11 s. , on ' ' ' A,-trout A-In nun. Annu, cmgu 'lr Jzftcngch bert A1'lSt1'0ll8 llry Lou Costales John IIXICALI CLUB The purposeotthe club is to promote friendly relations initiate or support charitable pro Jects such as contributions to Red Cross and the preparation and distribution of Christmas gifts to needy children A project was to clean the caapus store walls of all names A Valentine Party was held in the lemorial Hall and a picnic with a pinata was held at looney's Grov The Club sponsor is Prank Eliceche GIRL OFFICIALS' CLUB The club was organized this year and any girl interestedmayjoin These girlsmustpass written and practical exams by at least 855 and must successfully complete 2 seasons fone of which must be basketball? before becoming eligible for their jacket and emblem The girls may officiate during G A A season if they wish and are also sent to offlciate in elementary schools Officers were President Jean Nagel Vice President Iargaret Castleberry Secretary Loretta Hays Treasurer Verda Kitchens The Club sponsor is lisa la! Sullivan Front Row largaret Castleberry Anne Hiatt Sharon Hen ickson lies Sullivan. lecond low' Lynne Irymire Ruth Ann Buttsmith lary Ann lodges. Sandra Blmmerley Third low Jackie lemcalter Jean Nagel Loretta Hays W a P A ,cr sa-1 it Q 1 0 . ' ' ' a - . . ' ' ' . 1 e I ' 1 9 a e . , - v O P O D I I . 2 ' : - , I n I 1 - 2 a I 0 I o I 9 ' : I , . S4 - ' ff. 4 "Qs Q 'I' , J' 'f 9, fy- I Y Q 'A ff lm' K' K if, Y . 5 , Q. M . .5 6 I fa. .neu .QQ v u Q' gf Q, A sh I K . ' ' ,i Q VA A' 5, 1 1 vi A W gy f rr 'gk-,ye , M was 54 ,N . a ' x Q., ' ' 4 04 A Nj .. if O ,W Y fx , I rw ? fax 1, 4 if e x 1- F- kk a ,L 'ts lf s " H , X , , 5' . ' X' ' Maya in kg ry! , .A ' 2-1, rl Y "3 7 , Xi ' 4' f V, fag, ' 3 Y . If FK wi , A A11 4 J ' I 1 W f , .B 1 3 Y. L Q X ! us, if . ' - I 4 ' U 4 AML -- ,Ya "ff"w'i 'rw I 1: K . - I 1 ' 'ff' L I Q A K ' , . Z 48 lm IA? Front Bow Janet Beavers Janet Snith Sharon Fraser Patsy Billingsley Joan Jones Joyce Stlrnelann lloselary Lynch Second Row Anne Ewan Cynthia Africa Barbara Fraser Jackie Lancaster Joyce laldrip Dana Lee Jackson Third Row Marilyn Davidson Pat lathias Janet Altaffer Janice Van I-loutelf Sandra Peterson Virginia Homfeld lrs Pat Frew sponsor 1f" TR HIY This is a new club this year Its pur pose is to create maintain and extend throughout the home school and community high standards of Christian character The girls had several cake and candy sales this year to replenish their treasury The sponsor of the club is Mrs F'rew HIY H1 Y 18 a service club affiliated with the Tulare County Y M C A It is open to all boys who are interested in bringing about Christian standards for personal living They had a basketball team that played in a Hi Y tournament in Visalia The club is anonmnfl hv hon I-Hlhnan Front Bow John Batista Gerald Uwena uroy wyule lucllrd Bugg Jon Peterson Bob Agnus Johnny Odenbaugh Second Bow Don Hillman Sponsor Everett Lallue lelfloy Sheraan Fred Sheley Richard Quesenberry David Franklin carry lalrd Larry Van Etten Third Row Joe Batista Roy Benz Donlivana krle Carriger Dick Sayre Don Brown Keith White Richard lauler Ronnie Loar f Q ' 1 1 A was ., ,iq .- . 3 , , ln N " sassy , ' .. 1 , , ' V, , u f , ' 1 X . ,fx .- ,R I l V Y f 1 afba f g 1 U fl 'if 3 1 W ff' I -, - A, , A . 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' o . : I . 1 n I g , 0 - r 9 v , , 1 n n - I , , 9 l I I a n . x I' 3 av SENIOR PLAY In the production of the1r annual play the Senior Class went off the beaten track t present the hilarious comedy My S1ste Eileen U The cast requ1red an abundance of unusua characters and the class of 1953 possesse just such characters The leadlng roles wer filled by Terrl Savial and Barbara Price The conniving landlord Mr Appopolous played by John Batista and the Ramblin Wreck fron Georgia Tech' was ably portrayed by Gerry Laird A record crowd was kept laughlng as many insane S1tU8t10hS revolved around the two girls who came from Columbus Ohio to New York to make a 11V1Ug Also included 1h the cast of twenty elght were Roger Nicholson Wendell Lippencott Diane Rose Bill H1fner Denise Reed and Sal Carrillo The unusual set featured a large dormer window of the basement apartment Throughout the play the audlence viewed the lower extremities of passers by M3533-A. 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M 5 5 k 1 W A. 54 Q at fmwfqc M f :fl WY'V4m?f y ' , sr-Q 'xlff'm ' ' ' "V 4 if as ,pac ls "1 1 g 'E fix i :Ui l l SN E t , F 1 .ll H K t wh Ei .af w li 7 v Q 'wr' X ,..,-f' i 'puns I 1 IUNICDR PLAY The hit comedy just off the New York stage Lo and Behold was presented as the Junior Class play this year plot weaves around an ailing writer played by Pat Doherty who leaves part of his money to his favorite doctor played by Johnny Lawrence who aids in a scheme to kill his client The writer is killed by some food poison ed by his maid played by Loretta Hays The author goes to Heaven and he meets some 1nter esting people and he brings them back to earth to haunt his killers Others in the play were Marshia Loar John Peebles Pat Williams Roy Benz and Gerald White UOOYIQ Pappas was director and he was assisted by student directors Florine Hubble and hy Williams MTI- Anne Pappas las Junior Class sponsor lzinq A 1'u'Q'.x .Qi ffl-ii PI-IOTCDGRAPH Any second or seventh periods the photograp students could be found allost any place on th campus A11 year they were taking pictures t illustrate various phases of their class work an assignments Working hard on the Argus for both semester were Dale Fry and Bob Northen fespecially durin football season! Joining their efforts durin the second semester were Lee Dean Shirlee Kinne and Richard Mauler u o s I o Cheering for your team is part of the fun at football and basketball games This year we had three very fine yell leaders Arthur Cantu our ants Barbara Rowe and Nonnette Fasso Together these three were always leading the cheering section with peppy yells whether our team was winning or losing This support helped keep up the morale of the team. very capable head yell leader and his two assist- . Us X A - U 353 gkfg '. iff H R ART DEPARTMENT The Art department found itself back in the Craft Building this year after seven years in the A Building The ArtII students again made Life Maps and all classes made pictures for the International Exchange Program for the Red Cross Art students helped with play sets ARTS and dance decorations made posters for Christmas and varlous events anddisplayed work in the cafeter1a for different events during the year CRAFT DEPARTMENT It has been necessary to eliminate such courses as weaving costume jewelry stenciling and C9r8m1CS We have worked in leather most of this year Leather is perhaps the most popularof all craft work Some students have made as many as thirty five billfolds in one semester besides several purses etc By developing skill they can soon make enough money to pay for tools to cont1nue their work at home and use spare time for AND CRAFTS 95 this profitable hobby. -V A familiar spot to many Tulare High School students is the library Open from 8 00 A M to 4 30 P M each school day the library provides materials for use in all classes there is a large reference section and a good supply of varied types of magazines as well as many fiction and non fiction books of all sorts Students are encouraged to use all of the information available to them in the library This year seventeen seniors worked in the library class In this class the girls become acquainted with the many phases of library work and get some experience in each Since the regular librarian Miss Rita Atk1nson was on leave of absence the position of librarian was filled by Mrs Betty Lowe Frequently overlooked but a very important section of the library is the textbook room From there all textbooks are distributed by Irs Burrows for use in the classrooms iggilm fa l LIBRARY 1 I-ICDMEMAKING This year IS a unique one 1n the Homemaklng Department Wh11e emphasls 1n the past has been on preparatlon for marr1age th1S year g1r1s may prepare for a career as well as marriage Posi t1ons in numerous fields are not l1m1ted to the College graduate College Prep students may take Homemaking as an electlve Homemak1ng I II III with classes also 1n Foods and C1oth1ng Sen1or Homemak1ng are offered to all g1rls that are 1nterested Phases of work lnclude ch1ld care clothlng fam11y re1at1ons foods health and safety the home and home management AGRICULTURE The vocational Agriculture Course is designed to help place a boy in a successful farming sit- uation upon completion of high school work. This is accomplished with the help of several aids The eighty acre school farm laboratory provides practical experience in developing necessary farm skills both in crops livestock and in agricul tural mechanics Another aid is the student's own home farming enterprise which is required of him in Vocational AgF1CU1tUFB This enables the student to specialize along a line which he chooses and give him a start towards independence early in his l1fe Another a1d is the Future FarmerscJfAmer1ca program for Vocational Agricul ture students Th1s aid tends to develop aggres s1ve agricultural leadership promotes cooperation and thrift among the members and provides a wholesome type of recreat1on for 1tS members These and still others are being used today to do the job of developing perhaps the most important single group of people 1n the world today the American Farmer INDUSTRIAL Our schoo1's Vocational Training Department is unusually complete. We have an over crowded cond1t1on,ofcourse, but Tulare High's Industrial Department ranks with the best schools in the state All Industrial Freshmen enroll 1n General Shop an exploratory course where they get a general idea of what the course includes After their Freshman year they have opportun1ty to take Auto Mechanics Metal Shop Mechanical Drawing Radio and Electricity loodwork and Carpentry vfgplf The Business Education Department is made of Secretarial Clerical and Merchandisi students It is organized to train students their chosen field of employment Attention given to developing special skills and desirab business and persona11ty traits The students are given practical experien in afternoon jobs down town BUSINESS EDUCATICDN N working in school offices, the Student Store 1 CADETS This year the Cadets have really improved from last year They started this year by having all their officers in pink and green uniforms out and Pat Wright was chosen queen by the Cadets The Cadets also had a newspaper of their own this year Clyde Latimer has done a fine job with the Cadets and will be back next year to build the 'orps up still more This year the Cadet Corps was rated as sixth largest in the state but next year they hope to better their position I I9 At their annual Cadet Ball they had a good turn Wd 'F . 52225 M, M M ru. 3' , ' ' 1 A , , L gf! . 391 Q fb 541 Q 9 1 fit. 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'Q Qfffffh SCIENCE Our Science Department has been operating in telpory buildings this year because theA Building ns severely damaged by the earthquake General Science life science biology and physical science are designed to give a. student a better understanding of his environment in this scientific age Chemistry and physics are the laboratory sciences which include Tulare High School s future engineers doctors dentists nurses and other scientific professions K' 'tw Sfg HEALTH The Health Program is carried on by the combined efforts of the adm1nistrat1on teachers counselors students and the supervised by the School Nurse Her duties are to counsel with all students returning to school following an absence due to illness or 8CC1d8Dt She also works with the Counselors in planning a functional schedule for all handicapped students in school Some of the other services available are first a1d vision and hearing testing and assistance in securing corrections of remedial defects through the help of service organizations in the community school nurse. The Health Services are 4-'f":.T-33 "" '9l'l" .md A 'Wk' PHYSICAL EDUC!-XTIGN The G1rls Physlcal Educat1on Departments offer a wlde variety of 8Ct1V1t16S team 1nd1v1 dual and dual Many of these may be used for IEIQUFQ as well as a1d1ng 1n adolescent develop ment Emphasls 1S placed on att1tude sklll and wholesome boy g1rl relatlonshlps Boys Physical Education at Tulare Union High School 1S the teach1ng d1V1S1OH of education that 1S concerned w1th b1g muscle and vlgorous total body act1v1t1es and has as 1tS ultlmate aim the developmentcJf1nd1viduals better equlpped to meet and serve the society in which they l1ve To 8Ch19V9 this aim students at Tulare High take part 1n thirteen BCt1V1t19S durlng regularly scheduled classes These dally classes are d1V1d ed 1Dt0 1HStYUCtlOna1 practlce and competitive perlods In add1t1on to the daily classes there 1S an athletlc phase of the physical educatlon program that fields an average of S1Xt99D teams per year T are e T r 3 ' ' ' ' ,Y y Q , , I Y . , . . 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INTRAMURAL PROGRAM FOR GIRLS Intramurals or play offs between teams within the school have been added to Girls Physical and have proven qu1te successful Games are scheduled between groups of comparable skill in basketball volleyball speedball hockey and paddle handball WIHDGTQ of each perlod have their pictures on panels 1n the gymnaslum sem1 fih811StS are rewarded by D1CtUT8S IH the War Whoop flnal wlnners are 1h the Argus Next year we hope to add tennis and table tenn1s Education this yearin the formuofnoon recreation, Editor Terri Savial REDSKHN WARWHQCQDII9 VQLUME 3U Few people realize the statewide recognition our weekly War Whoop is attaining It is unique that we pro duce all the work on our own campus instead of going elsewhere for procedures in the publications The lar lhoop is the production of the Journalism class with the able assistance of the Tulare High School Photography department Race Kent is the sponsor and Terri Sawial acted as editor of this year s paper Front Row Barbara Price Janet Altaffer Anna Lou Clark Jackie Lancaster Nadine Souza Louise Btapp Second Row Beta Harris Denise Reed Irneese Jones Terril Savial Diane Rose Standing like lilnes Joe DOIIBIUBB Kirby lyllie Leroy Lewis -K K A x Ga 0 Q rms year the Argu ' got-off te a flying start the first of the school year, with a mass meeting of all those interested in helping with Argus work Many students were grouped according to the division of the Argus in which they were most interested but many were used for miscellaneous work such as writing articles identifying pictures and stacking Argus during the final week of production The various editors for the 1953 Argus were Ebeth Fell Editor in Chief' Ruth Ann Huffsmith Assistant Editor Terri Savial Art Editor Arvelle lilliams Senior Editor Loretta Hays Junior Editor Nonnette Fasso Sophomore Editor Robert Franklin Freshman Editor Jackie Lancaster Club Editor Louise Hawkins Activities Editor Fred Sheley Boys' Sports Editor Janet Altaffer Girls Sports Editor Denise Reed Dance Group Editor and like lilnes Faculty Editor 1 gas-wwf" Q W ...."!f W M 59 Nw k UVM: I Www fi, , X, K QQ? ff fi, 7 The Tulare Redskin Band, under the direction of Gordon E. Lowe, has traveled over 2,600 miles this past year. They have won honors in both playing and marching, throughout the state. They were among the top three at the A11 lestern Band Revue at Long Beach, and von high honors in both the Porterville and Santa laria parades. The highlights of the year were the Tournament of Roses Parade, the East-lest Game, and the Santa Maria Parade. The band received top ratings in both the state and district Music Festivals. Sue Simpkins Concert Iistress five I produce fine music school and the orchestra received the State lusic uaicians have combined this ye A A fine entertainment lor ty True to tradit top rating at the and thus automatic ly in Berkeley 1 val the added received a given to many sk X4 X N CQD1?iCQQl'I I RA .fl 3031. 'QLLJQLWJ I ffgi' The choral organizations experienced one of their most successful years. Both large groups, the mixed chorus and the girls chorus, received superior ratings in the music festival. 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A 5, ef, 'Q 4 'Q A N 2, A d d End Under the guidance of Head Coach William C. fBillD Ny, with a new system---charging T---the TUHS Redskins had their most football season in five years, winning six games, and finishing third in the Southern Yosemite League. won the seasons opener with Madera, 21- to 2. val Corcoran visited Tulare for the initial TUHS scored a 25 to 6 victory. competition, the Redskins next played and came out on the short end of a 7 ne against the Porterville Panthers. though Tulare won on statistics the straight contests, the Redskins beat Redskin wigwa Tulare travelled e eers rivals of many years were to 6 Tulare High got the Tulare Visal ia trophy the fi e since 1947 rought only sorrow as the Redskins 1 rough bitterly foudxt game Baker ld Blades proved an easy touch for the Redsk am which won 25 to 7 Tommy Morris and wer chosen permanent captains for the year prior the season at home the Redskins splashed and a 28 to 6 victory over the Taft Wildcats on a water soaked field Coach Ny swept the bench to give the reserves experience for 1953 Front Row Don Westerling Lawrence Coelho B111 Murphy Richard Bugg Leroy Brantley Joe Vlerra Fred Sheley Second Row Alvin Same Rex Kerr Louie Goulart Don Jarrett Augie Fuentes Gene Kelly Jack Reeves Third Row Jack Albritton Dave Boyer Joe Luiz Wendell Lippincott Ken Anthony Bill Blckels Bucky Smith Calvin Hampton lanager Fourth Row Don Spencer Adam lollnar Richard Paggi Ronald Beckwith Fred Paggi Ruben Alvarez Wayne Tait Fifth Row Roy Benz hnager Raylond Crouse John Allen James Mins Wayne Moore Ihlcom Jameson Bob Parsons Phyneas Shores Imager Sixth Row Don Proctor Frank Galll George Walker Tom llorris Gerry Laird John Odenbaugh Ken Beavers Seventh Row Ilax Coley backfield coach Dean Helnick line coach Joe Lannins end coach B111 IU head coach 5 Wm me as his fc'-----f.l' W"6j,exef3 3,1 ' awww "ff we W A 'fa' Q Ph -Q '11 'L .W- egfe ,figgswsdw ,mg Qgwgjgfi Q--, 5, me g---' H- 4 uve N v 0 0 - .9 , . 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Xu Front Row Jack Hntsell John Rodriquez Gary Simonich Don Boesch Bob Atalian Kirby lyllie John Batista Second Bow Joe Batista Bob Askin Gene H yes Jerry Hifner Richard Quisenberry Bllery lulock hnuel Silva Third Row Bob Pittman Biclmrd Borges Jack Felipe Henry Vasquez Joe Souza Leonel Ribeiro Jim Hayes Fourth Bow Henry Ieza Bob Christy Paul Fuery Freddie Ford James Young Leroy Sherlan Dick Sickels Fifth Row Julius Jackson John Nunez Henry Torrez Bobert Walker Calvin Alexander Sixth Bow Coach William Coach Stowell Coach Jones B CLASS FCDOTBALL Although the Tulare High Papoose's seasonal record was not impressive there were lany bright spots in their grid fortunes this yeari There were five seniors playing their last football for the Papooses: John Batista, Kirby lyllie, Bob Atanian, Gary Simonich and Don Boesch. Joe Souza and John Batista were elected by the squad as co-captains for the season. The team finished the season with three wins, one tie and five losses. The scores were: Tulare 25, Madera 0: Tulare 0, Corcoran 6: Tulare 0, Bakersfield 26: Tulare 19, Porterville 0: Tulare 18, Arvin 183 Tulare 12, Visalia 14: Tulare 0, Delano 7: Tulare 6, East Bakersfield 35: Tulare 20, Taft 0. A . xmwrgev ax ...W .. .Wm , ,...... 1. ' - Q, s Y fr--A-M ', , ,, xml? f K Eze ' be W' . g 4,3 4 is f ' ' B iii Ill 1 : a D I l g g I : s 0 v U g u ' : 9 n 1 g 0 l ' : s a 0 , . 1 - I . . O I ' : I I 1 C-CLASS FCDCTBALL This year's MCH team is proud of it's win-loss record, only losing one game, thus becomingtheun-official league champions. Delano was the opening game and the Tiger Cubs came out on top to tin, 13 to 7. Dinuba was the second game and the Little Indians topped the Dinubans 7 to 0 The Porterville game was a close contest but the Little Indians outplayed them to win again 7 to 0 The team white washed Visalia 24 to 0 for the third victory In a return game with Dinuba both teams fought to a 7 to 7 e The Exeter B reserves were beaten 26 to 0 by the Little Indians The team climaxed the season by walloping Visalia again 32 to 6 Front Row Albert Cotton Bobby H111 Bob T812 Billy Cantrell Melton Richmond Joe Monger Bill Schneider B111 lhilket Second Row Bob Shirley Danny Souza Edward Borges Frank Garcia Billy Overstreet Sidney Levin Ronald Braman Manager Thlrd Row Buddy Welch Jack Golston Levern Butler Dennis Smith Al Nunez John Patterson Ronald Iacono Fourth Row Clarence Booker Ronald Archer Richard Rogers Melvin Correia Wesley Yeary Vincent Mark m"W WTB?" alsl Wln5inn '51 ul-a-- F 'Q-wha ! 'Riff , . , . ti . I I : I I D I I 7 .iz M . 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Agn uma- Y I vt f A Q X 7 'Q .Lf 1. wiv ht , ,I ,f M A X M ,pm 1 n -w...,n' 'iw Front Row Don Evans Gary Salpson Kenny Beavers Allan Peebles Kenneth Elliott John Peebles Second Row Coach Ernie Lambrecht Tommy Morris B111 lurphy liley Babb Gerry Laird Third Row ghagager ggrl Hampton Dennis Robertson George Walker Allen Fuery Vic Harrison Manager neas ores BASKETBALL linning only eleven thirteen the T U H S had perhaps its most fore the war yet it was squads in many years it was also a year when fine teams The Redskins tripped Southern Sequoia division 46 victory over Roosevelt of Edison of Fresno San Joaquin school champions had to co e score twelve points in the final an early season tilttodefeat the In Southern Yosemite division play T 3 beat Arvin twice split with Portervil1eandTaft and lost twin bills to Delano East Bakersfield and Bakersfield was F, ' t A 1 VV .ga Northern Shasta division play R f ' M !!'! 257 QE? ,wwf ge ? B CLASS BASKETBALL Paced by Senior Larry Van Etten and Freshlan Floyd Gross the T U H S Papooses won fifteen games and lost six for a most successful basket ball season Van Etten scored 214 points and Gross 207 out of the 904 total for the team Very much in the running for the Southern Yosemite division title until next to their last game the Papooses found Delano an unsurmountable obstacle League record was nine wins and three losses Only other Yose ite defeat was at the hands of Bakersfield 38 to 36 but the return contest saw the Papooses on top 57 to 34 Dinuba Porterville Arvin East Bakersfield and Taft were toppled twice each Splits were gained with Visalia as well as Bakersfield Exeter Reedley and Lindsay were defeated once Early in the season the Papooses led Edison by nine points with only two minutes to play then saw the margin melt away in a series of sensational shots finally losing 54 to 56 Front BU' Fred FDIC looney Young Malcolm Jameson Joe Souza Hen y V qu Se ond Van Etten Floyd Gross Jon Peterson Don Boesch Dick Reed Bill Egubanalfs elghirdcltow Rgzacglgz Lannlng Ju Jackson James Shepherd Rodney Fries - p e 1 e l . - v l v 0 1 , m I 1 U n I O I O . 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' I 1 g , , : u n . , , , 3 1 n n . , J , ii X 'if N ara as AQ were lk NN L 4 1 me 4 'V' I X ii: E at Front Row Howard Reed Don Forrester Robert Walker Levern Butler Jimmy Barnes Gregory Brott Ralph Campbell Second Row lanager Julius Jackson Alfred Nunez Don Bonwell Buster Patterson B111 Schneider Gary Welton Coach Carroll Stowell Third Row Joe Souza Dennis Smith Bob Tait Henry Peralta Jerry Searcy Walter Emkin Eddie Woods C CLASS BASKETBALL Wlth a record turn out of seventy three boys for C Class basketball Coach Carroll Stowell f8Sh10ned a team that got off to a fast start They won four out of the1r f1rst S1X games and then the axe fell When the smoke cleared the season was over with a record of seven wins and fourteen losses Eleven of the losses were league games w1ththe only league win com1ng against the usually potent Bakersfield B1tS Eight other games were lost by five points or less The only d1SCOUr8g1Dg thlng about this season was the record because the squad continued to work hard and every team that beat them knew they had been 1n a real scrap before the evening was over. Tulare High will see and hear a lot more of these boys before the1r careers are finished as there were only two Sophs to push such potentlal Frosh greats as.John Patterson, Al Nunez, B111 Schnelder, Don Bonwell and Co C3Dt31HS Gary Welton and Gregory Brott. Another feature of this season was the C class reserve team coached by Art w11113mS until he contracted DO110. Th1s was the first such team ever organlzed at Tulare and wlth a season record of nlne w1ns and three losses, should help Coach Stowell in h1s campalgn for league honors next year. A lifb YV'L V N y u , , Q , me X-f-Ms, , M Q , W up , sK,, - A at ' ,G 5 + 1 U., A . ,, i I az' , gil. ,- 1 e ,G at - z are A as I '. iff . ,- 5 - - at ' 13. - 1, A 7 ' . x X ' it ' . 1 5 I t A - A '! T. b :Z x g X j , ' 3 x A Q 1 'X ' ' 5 . 3 1 i ,.?-,Z jr 9 WM, ifk'la fpwhufy Q .4 'ding 3 1 MV 4 H wi L , P T , I I K X as '. ,L y A . J K S. ,f 4: ' 1 'Fw 121.9 Iv IES .4 Front Row Ronald ly111e Bob Atalian Bennie Renniker Kirby lyllie Richard Bugg Toll lorris Second Row Frank Galli Donhoesch John Odenbaugh Ronnie lount Donlesterling Coach lorrelli Third Row Ruben Alvarez Dennis Robertson Alan Fuery Gary Sampson Alvin Baude This years baseball teapa under the guidance of Coach Herb Morrelli made a pretty good show ing so far this year h8V1DK won 10 while losing 8 In the Delano Tournament the Redskin nine won their first game over a strong nine from Wasco and then in the second round they lost to Roosevelt High of Fresnok who went on to win the Tournament 4 DP' 'FU SQ -3 '-4 UU DP' cn rn UU DP' r-' rf ,M nf KW' 'L' .as a . L 1 . 1 14 "' hr' '7' . v 4 I WW, n v ,Mein Q A h Y 2 v X X ' V QB 4 1444- . N w 1 is x , Rgsjghi, ' . , I X Agmvu lain., ' 4 ., , , , QQ, ' . . A ,J s. YANNIGANS This year the Yannigans under the leadership of Coach Carroll Stowell have had a good season This team is made up of underclassmen some of whom are Sophomores will be the future members of the varsity nine This team is not the best one in the league but it is going to make a good showing the rest of this year Front Row' lenneth Elliott Bob Brown A1 Geels Charles Vasquez Ra: Bodine Second Row looney Henry Vasquez Gene Kelley Henry leza lecel Acord mm, Johnny nodriquez, eine sues. hob Asnnfnennis smith. Third now: umiger Linord bum-on, SN m xg Front Row Terry Benevedo Bob H111 Gene Mangrum Gregory Brott Ben Macias Don Forrester Don Campbell Second Row Jerry Searcy Calvin Alexander Mike Grijalva Pete Alvarez Henry Peralta Mel Correia Calvin Cantwell Third Row Coach Ny Jim Barnes Walter Emken Jerry Stotts Bill Schneider Gil Terry Paul Fuery Dave Boyer Manager This year the Frosh team is one of the best Coach Bill Ny as their leader has been teaching them the fundamentals of baseball Wh1Ch they will use in future years As it looks from here the Frosh team has a good chance of w1nning their league FRCDSH BASEBALL sg-fi A CLASS TRACK 71115 nl s track team under the gu1dance of Held Joe Lanning, wlth Coaches Max Coley E i 4 Ernie Lambrecht has had a very suoqegg' - , lacing th1rd1n the dual meets In wg te League meet at East s got two firsts and five seconds., o participated did a fine job i ome the boys will be doing their beg thought that there will be a few boys in the ey Meet Front Row Coach Joe Lanning George lendonca Lawrence H111 Gerry Laird Jon Peterson Phillip Plascencia Kenneth Seavers Raymond Crouse Second Row Coach Tucker Gilbert Armstrong hrvjln llopson George Walker Clark Baker Enoch Ellis Trulen Karnes Joe Quintana Coach Lanbreeht Third Row Vic Harrison Steve Bilvado Johnny Sanchez Alan Peebles Kenneth Hardest: Don Nelson John Allen Manager Coach Cole! ? ix' - 'ou . ., Q-V 'QB , r ,-e w,,?- , d " - h " " fc" .A-, 4 . . .ef ' V5 f , r . J' - A. X, ' T b U, , , ,.,,Q C C. 6 A ' L ' e - Q Bak - 'Few' I V- 'ew " :A , ' I ,Q 1,5-f A . A I, , if , . .Q . ' f fi. fu f . , E . . . - p 1 I 1 , . : I I 1 . 0 l l U ' I , . . , p v n , I I I ' Y ff . , I W A Q '.L'.L f '-M"-MM , V i . Q17 f ,- Y. ,..Qar,elQ.,i , , .1 . Front Row Ronald lonk Tommy Arce Phil Plascencia Joe Quintana Ignacio Rodriquez Johnny Sanchez Richard Plascencia Second Row Julian Perez Bennie Rennlker Vic Harrison John Arlstrong Steve Bllvado Trulen Karnes like Blaine Third Row Janes Shepherd layne Ballard Lll'!',Y Van Btu!! TOIIU Svall CROSS COUNTRY This year' s Cross Country Team duplicated last years feat of being undefeated and won the Valley Championship at Visalia They won 9 out of9 meets While doing this they beat Dinuba by the smallest score a team can score 15 points This year s team had four seniors which leaves a good crop for next year The captain was Philip Plasencia We are all proud of the fine job you did Alan Peebles, Keith lhite. John Peeblesf Vaughn Hayes. Ialcolm Jameson, Don Evans, Steve Staten: I MAA- Front Row B111 Bergk Floyd Gross Richard Quesenberry Johnny Hernandez Richard Plascencia l nuel Silva Second Row Steve Staten like Blaine Ignacio Rodrlquez James Ramos John Nunez Tommy Arce Jack Felipe John Armstrong Julian Perez Levern Butler lanager Third Row George Cox Jerry Hifner James Shepherd Billy Eubanks David Turk Rodney Fries David Peterson Harold Anderson Jay Jackson B CLASS TRACK B GI C The B class track team made up of Sophomores and Juniors has made a good showing winning two dual meets this year These boys are improving every day Most of these boys will be A class next year and if they keep improving Tulare High will have a good team next year Front Row Louis Sweet W1ng Soo Hoo Ronald Ionk Dewey Berry Rudy Cortez Jeffrey Wright Robert Franklin Second Row Wesley Yeary Borges Kenneth Adair Gerald Owen Lavern Butler Eddie loods Th1rd Row Buddy Johnson lanager John Patterson James Cain Bob lalker Freddie Ford Alfred Nunez Albert Cotton Leroy Roach Lennie Aguilar! This year's team has only been beaten by two schools these being Delano and Bakersfield The 440 yd Relay Team of Freddie Ford Leroy Roach Al Nunes and Albert Cotton has lost to only one team Delano 1 . , , 1 1 , . I , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 u 1 a ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 f ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' I 1 1 1 1 I F I I o 34 R, Q ,. a ,rw Q . mxeem ,Zi 1 .- v. uv. ' pi. . ,H ' e"zu u va on 'fa .gy .2 'Y 4 V C Y 1 v v 1 1 f. Y Q- ' ,eo 5,5 ZR Front Row Melvin Matuska Mike Shannon 0'Dell Keefe Back Row Don Frew Larry Van Etten Richard Hildebrand Louis Sweet GOLF. WRESTLING TEAM Th1s sport was added to Tulare s area of inter school athletlcs th1S year A team was formed of Richard Hlldebrand 0 Dell Keefe Ronnie Loar Melv1n Matuska Mike Shannon Lou1s Sweet and Larry Van Etten Although not having much experlence behind them the boys part1c1pated 1n matches with Bakersfleld East Bakersfleld Fresno Laton and Taft H1gh Schools The Wrestling TeamcJf1953 has completed a very successful season Although thls 1S only the second year for wrestling at Tulare Hlgh School the team finished 1D second place 1n the Northern Yosemite League standings They were competing against teamsin the League such as Madera Hanford Fresno H1gh Roosevelt of Fresno w1th Roosevelt winnlng the league champ ionship They competed in the Northern YOSPm1t9 League because of lack of compe tition in our own league Front Row Frank M1165 Wayne Overstreet Frank G8rC13 Ronald Monk Manuel Padllla Second Row Jack Hutsel Pete Reyes Kenneth H1ChCOCk Nell Anderson He rv Me a Ruben Alvarez Th1rd Row John Odenbaugh Ray Crouse John Allen Rlchard Bugg Don Westerlln R1chard Carvalho Coach Max Coley 4 A HM 1 s Mfg fa A .W : , . . : , , , . 1 I 1 o . - ' ' O . 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W . x-A .fl - A f fly ., , , , . x N' L., -4 Q ri' wi Front Row Coach Edminster Billy Cantrell Ken Serpa Second Row Dick Sayre Henry Adkins lax Rodrlquez Bob lard Don Brown Third Row Dick Sickles John Brewer Roy Benz Thad Baxley Blld Patterson SWIMMING TEAM This year s swimming team under the guidance of Oscar Edm1nster had a fair season Th1s team composed mostly of Juniors and Sophomores has the makings of a championship team in a few years In league and out they have lost every meet This 1S due partly to the lack of partici pants in the B and C class TENNIS This year s team under the guidance of Coach Windell Jones has had a good season considering that most of them are playing tennis for the first time There are two Sen1ors on the team Lorraine Shaw one of the Valley s finest players and Wayne Moore who is playing his second year of tennis The rest of the team is made up of Sophomores and Freshmen Front Row Tony Medrano Ted Bergman Wayne Overstreet Jan Turk Tom Lynch Second Row Cassie Hinkle Rosemary Lynch Lois Young Sharon Henrickson Margaret Castleberry Mary Capsin Loulse Riedesel Lorraine Shaw Third Row Coach lindell Jones Joe Batista Richard Nagel Larry Jones Tom Scheidt layne Moore Leroy Sherman Everett LaRue JV klyll-by A T 'MPN i x I K, Q- 1 5 f -V Q ' f fam N' Q RYNR' X Y , 5 ' .sf 1 , f ' 'M xxx M a ,fa " T a,f Jflx 1 w W no-rn um nurrsurrn .mm :un-Ann X .mcxm umcasrn GFFICERS s GIRLS' A ' 1 xx X A IISS TH LIA ELLIOTT fi- TICDN 'Girls' Athletic Associ- thingg but to sole girls time after school, this activity leans just as l basketball, baseball, means to the boys. These G.A.A. is a lot of hard but it teaches them to get very successful this year, deal of the success was attri- the help of the four, gl teachers, Elliott, Kay Sullivan, Marion leinberg and Kaliope Candlanigesl The council took a new project on this year, and that was the job of making denim bags'to be used to transport gy: clothes to and from school. This project worked out well and the bags were colorful. 'The annual GJA.Ag-Letterman playnight was one of the highlights of the year, and the girls collaborated with the Key Club in the clean-up campaign. IISS IARION IEINBBRG IISS KAY SULLIVAN IISS KALIOPE CANDIANIDEB Front Row Donna Reeder Janet Seavers Nonnette Fasso Carol Finch Diane Rose larlene Price Barbara Price Donna Beck Joyce Stirnemann Ruby Ellen Jacques Virginia Ray Back Row Denise Reed Terri Savlal Carol Liggett Jewel Frankl1n V1rg1nia Homfeld Gloria Barnes Anna White Janet Smith The Advanced Dance Group under the direction of Miss Kaliope Candianides met every day during seventh period The group has been lauded as one of the best in the valley They presented by request two out of town programs one in Lemoore and one in Avenal Their annual Spring Dance Concert was a gala affair with the entire twenty three members participating The numbers liked by the audience and noted by consisted of six senior g1r1s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ' Apartment Wanted which was an unusual percusslon number and the finale Western Rhapsody ' The dancers were accompaniedbythe high school orchestra directed by Gordon E Lowe and Eugene Jones accompanied a suite of folk tunes the newspaper were: UStormy Weathern which . . , I ll ' H ll D , Again as in the past there were so many girls interested in dance that two begin ning groups were organized The group which met on Wednesday after school was directed by Miss Kaliope Candianides and the group which met on Thursday after school was sponsored by Miss Marion Weinberg The chief objective of the year was the Spring Dance Concert and the two groups presented the first two numbers on the program Most of these girls will progressto the Advanc ed Dance group for the next three years Front Row Vlrgie Garrett Berta Lowery Barbara Garcia Mary Aguilar Norma Gallagher Virginia Fernandez Third Row Patsy Ray Dorothy Baker Esther Cabello Barbara Fraser Loretta Hays, Mary Ann Hodges Ruth Ann Huffsmith Second RowE Sharon Fraser, Diane Rich, Lynne Frymire, Ame1ia'Ybarra, Ila Helms, Glenda Bondini: E- 4. qqellgi, X , ,., a W 'lx 'M- 'np-' -Ky ik in A t 4 Front Row: lary Ann Hodges, Nonnette Piano, Benaida Guerrero, Ruby Ellen Jacques. Second Row: Iargaret Castleberry Verde Kitchens Jean Nagel Shirley Babb Anna Lou Clark PICKED SCDFTBALL G A A softball season was quite successful A round robin tournament was conducted with each team named after a shampoo The team that came out on top was Carole Hamilton s 42 The season was closed with a playoff between two picked teams followed by a bean feed Softball was managed by Loretta Hays and sponsored hw Kay Sullivan WINNING SOFTBALL Front Row' Nonnette Paseo Esther Cubello Lynne Fryulre Second Row Senaida Guerrero w-ugh H-Mah. 'lk -iff ss-552-'Ki 2 E M LORETTA HAYB Carol Hamllton Jean 11-vw Nagel . . . . Y ll P gm a,,, ?'k f 'Q his Kansa A X , 2. N ,AN X , A W ll,..M ,W 'N ' I A 7' l"'m . : l G M- f l 'G M A Q - 'W A F. V , " :. fans-rvxialvr' V ' f 'L' X s K A, , r f A Rs I! til A A all fi. Front Row Mary Jo Johnson Margie Tait Anna Lou Clark Nonnie Fasso Marjorie Massey Second Row Mov1ta Gomez Maggie Meltzenhexmer Carol Hamilton Jean Nagel M rgaret Castleberry PICKED VOLLEYBALL This year s Volleyball season was really sparked with hard playing and competition between about 80 girls The teams were named after fashion magazines with Charm being the winning team The season was climaxed with a game with Corcoran follow ed by a box social The manager this year was Diane Rose and the sponsor was Thelma Elliott Wanda Morrls .M .OBE L WINNING VCDLLEYBALL Front Row: Margie Oldham Nonnette Fasso Anna Lou Clark Marge Massey. Second Row: Wadene Miller Carol Miguel Billie Overstreet Jean Nagel Barbara Nixon Ja Y , K . X , .X M "' M 'F 1 . M, -. ,x.r ie, V V il iiii g u 'Y 9 .1.... p1-fb A X xx. V , V x , 1 N , 1 . A A , 9 m 6 fa ir A W 'gk xg? ? nw is if we I 4 are E A ff ry i Qi X 'a 'Nm Front Row Joyce Stirnelann Jackie Lancaster Maggie Meitzenheimer Nonnette Fasso Sandra Slnmerley Ruby Ellen Jacques Second Row Shirlee Kinney Mary Lorenzo Movita Gomez Mary Jo Johnson Carol Hamilton Betty Lewis PICKED BASKETBALL After the rain and snow storms were over basketball had an exceptional season with liss Marion leinberg as sponsor and Anna Lou Clark as manager The climax of the season came when a. picked team con sisting of most of the outstanding players won over Corcoran The teams were named II after breakfast cereals and 'Knnkles won the tournament .W ...,., M. WINNING BASKETBALL Front Row Betty Shong Betty Garcia Sharon Fraser Joyce Stirnemann Second Row Mary Lorenzo Carol Hamilton Joyce Nagel Jo Ann Billardl i Q aww --9-wp--ffm 1- 9, Q 139 is A- I 2 5 Alllllk y V K .4 ,..1- 3 . B . . 4 I: - -- A x . Q x l .-,', x , if ' 5 V 5, V x S a ll A . ,,,,,,,, , , . , . , : I I U Y n . 5 I r . 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M a ele J no . ,L an . --- 4 r X A Y - ry La 1 ' c n A L , Q A ,I IARY ANN HODGES Front Row Sharon Fraser Ruby Ellen Jacques Movita Gomez laggie leitzenhelmer Second Row Bette Lewis Carole Hamilton Jo Ann Biliardi Margaret Castleberry Janet Altaffer HCDNOR SPEEDBALL Speedball was played during February this year Mary Ann Hodges was the manager and Miss Kay Sullivan was the sponsor The teams were named afte hand lotions and 'Touche was the winning team The speed ball season was topped off with an ice cream and cookie social in the girls gym and it was reported that every one out for the sport had a good time and that speed ball was one of the best sports of the year Lorraine Shaw acted as Bowling manager this year and also turned in a top per formance as the season s highest bowler The bowlers were aided by Pete Lokey the manager of the local alley and Betty Hays a league bowler demonstrated correct bowling form Thelma Elliott was sponsor Front Row Jo Ann Biliardi, Sandra Simmerley. Second Row Lorraine Shaw, Janet Altaffer, Jean Nagel. BCDWLING X J!E ii', 5s 4' K h RUBY ELLEN JACQUES BADMINTON M Janet Altatter Badminton was one of the top sports Anna Lou Clarh this year with Ruhy Ellen Jacques as man ager There was such a large turn out on the first afternoon that many underclass men were turned away Marion Weinberg was activity sponsor Pat Mathias singles champion and Anna Lou Clark and Janet Altaffer doubles champions The activity was highlighted with a game between the doubles champs and Marion Weinberg and PING PONG The G A A season for 1953 closed w1th its tenth activity table tenn1s Round robin tournaments were run in both singles and doubles. Jean Nagel was actlvity mana I-035775 M75 Am 'Um Am' mnsum' ger and the sponsor was Thelma Elliott. ww? 3,-g,y,wggg.W,g,: -,asfggegi gif? its ww w f,x Q K V3 ix ,,.. .huh N 4? WU ' " ':- ., Q' ,, ii? ' Ujsif t 3 K , ,, fi. L4 1 'ffiii W W " V Uvfwva-Y, M vigil x 125371 .EF " 4 . 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