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

 - Class of 1954

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Q I Q 170292 , 4 , , , . my, gixgjklfl !?7'h'5 Q23 , Y ,lwfxgw '.,5T,Ji 43" ical A M ' nMdmLw'i'K7i5'Z' ii fQ!..,Q3f3 gliljqgsgf 5' BPM - al... 4 'H 1. f- ,wi :Wm - J i 5145335 0fHWOf Another year has passed and only nts memoraes renaun but menorues can be recorded andln thus the Argus of nineteen hundred and fifty four It as my deepest deslre that the staff has molded unto sts book some of the adventures of your hugh school career I The Builders' is our theme and from ' - ' , pl n, nd this title we justify our sole purpose for being an school to thank a a buald not only for today but tomorrow for a better and more prosperous world It IS my pleasure to present to you our Argus of nineteen hundred and fnfty four lh the hope that you may long remember thas year at Tulare Unnon Hugh School the 1954 Stett Presents the 5hth Pnhlieatien ht tht hlttillh hssrstent trhtnr terry Huhhs haenlty hrlvisnr Itaee Kent Photography Ilnnalrl trew tditnr ltnth Ann Hnttsmith -.. A ,Q-" 4' 1'- ,ae-1"' ' .af - 0 ,,-nr Dedication She has met students and faculty allke and glven generously of her wnsdom and encouragement to make their Inves better The staff of the I954 Argus IS grateful to have the prlvllege of dedlcatung thus yearbook to Mrs Bess Valentine N e Front Row W Brown J Peebles D Peterson, G Sampson, J Lawrence, J Domlngues 2nd Row aldwell M Hodges, R Huffsmnth, L Hays, I Jones S Vulluams, Mr K Waite 3rd ow J Shore B.Welch J Seavers D Lunder 4th Row R Brown D Coffee L Sweet M lchlnada KEITH WAITE any all Student Council The Student Council ns one of the most lmpor tant organlzatuons on the campus The council directs all of the student body actnvutles such as dances concessnons at the football games, choosung of yell leaders and purchase of award maternal Thus year the Student Councul sponsored a clean up campalgn and a month long Teen age Traffnc Safety program T U H S was represented on the Calsfornla Assocnataon of Student Councils state cabunet by Janet Seavers As a servuce to the students, the council ordered a stamp vendung machine and a pencul machune To make the football field safer, new down boxes were ordered and other safety pre cautnons were taken P o.c ' . , ' R e yy XXI GARY SAMPSON Student Body Presldent Presidenfs Message The year of I953 54 will be remembered by the students of Tulare Hugh School for some tume to come Thus IS the year that constructuon of the new buuldlngs began These bunldnngs wall be a welcome sight and wall benefit many people Thus year wull be outstanding because of the accom pllshments of members of the student body These students appeared an many actuvutues and receuved the hlghest prause Tulare Hugh put on musical programs that received superuor ratung and the band orchestra and chorus are known throughout the state for fune performances We should all be proud of our athletuc program, agriculture and drama departments These are just a few accomplashments that make us say we are proud to be members of the Student Body I would luke to express my gratntude to the faculty and students of Tulare Hugh for makung this a successful and pralseworthy year - - u u - . - . 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N P, Gaim-13? 5 ' 3 gif" ef"- X1 , W" ,ff 92.55 Bunldlngs do not just happen They devel :cal sequence from a begnnnang untul completaon One nl ng as the pouring of a foundatlon or archatectural draw Actually however a bulldung begnns much earlier than thus Every bulldlng has been bullt has been the result of a need When the need, whuch only a bulldung can satisfy, becomes great enough, someone dreams a dream An architect unterprets the dream into a plan and a builder then materoallzes thus plan with mortar wood and steel and when thas ns done, there IS a bulldlng A bunldnng depends upon a great many people Someone must pay for lt, someone must plan ut someone must buuld nt, and some must use It Only when these people work together for a common purpose well the bulldung satusfy the need that was the begannung As needs change new plans must be devised buildings must be remodeled new bulldlngs bunlt In bunldungs one can see an expressaon of the culture the feellngs the very pulse of the people who buult them and for whom they were bullt Bulldung bulldnngs us very much luke bunldnng educatuon The need for education was apparent many centurles ago and vngorously expounded by the founding fathers of our natlon Plans have been borrowed from the past some of them have been changed, some have been replaced by new Stull they are plans and theur creators have trued to express the needs, the hopes and ambutlons of a cross sectnon of all our people So If we use wood steel and mortar or appreclatlons, Ideals and our great herutage as materials we stall are builders, and whsle our methods may vary lh detall fundamentally they are the same Q , Superintendent s essege 'RLT' M W J WA R President MR E CARSTON KEEFE Clerk MR. JOHN A. ELKINS MR. ERNEST KORTE MR. WALTER LONG "ISP ' v . 'Wag , .xiw 32 ' 45355 sa5.:.,L S'f!!'f' f hrfgfizigpf --.2 K., " akiri ,q. ,..,E,. , M ,sf 'iv 4, Board llf Irustees Mfhgii Y -Y f,,5fei'g:ii55': Rwwwww ,.m 9117 '.,I ' -. ff' W .,.n, w ,Q fi '37 is? 1- MR. L. M. HELLAND Boys' Vice Principal MRS ADA M B OWN urls' Vace Prlncupal MR PAUL S LONGENECKER Prnncapal of Adult Education MR KEITH WAITE Curriculum Coordnnator M WILLIAM C Y Attendance Supervasor, Coach ,453 . . R G. . . . R. . N I I ,rw 3. . MISS RITA ATKINSON Librarian MRS JOAN BLACK Girls' Physical Education M 0 B B06 T Typing MR HARRY D BRUMBAUGH Au to Mech an ICS MISS KALIOPE CANDIANIDES ir s' Physical Education MISS FLORENCE CASADY MR MAX COLEY ' Physical Education Business Mathematics MISS IRENE CONLEY English Department Head Counseling MR CHARLES A COOK Agriculture Department Head MR JESSE J CORRELL R. . . AR G. U . . Physics, Chemistry Boys ' ' Mathematics, General Shop nl Nail 'Af' 1,10 in X alll .,,- Nf A 3217? il, V.. fs pf J Y as :V V M g? I- 'Nav ' If "YSL, A s A3 . 5 A wisvgp QQ ia? 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MORRIS KNUDSEN Engllsh MISS PAULINE KRUSE Bookkeeping, Counseling 'Q 3 K ff' if MR ERNEST LAMBREC T Woodwork Co Q, MR JOSEPH LANNING Algebra, Geometry, Coach MR CLYDE LATIMER Cadet Administration Cadet Training, Drill Squad MR JAMES LAWRENCE General Shop, Woodwork MR WILLIAM LITTELL Business Training MR GORDON LOWE Instrumental Music MR STANLEY MANRO Mathematics, Aviation Social Studies MRS LILYAN MARTINEZ 'r s' Physical Education MR DONALD B MEYER Mechanical Drawing Driver Training B MILL Metal Shop MR HERBERT MORRELLI Boys' Physical Education MISS KATHARINE MOSHER Buslness Trasnlng Sales Homemaklng MRS BEATRICE MYERS Homemaknng Department Head MR EARL MCJUNKIN Drnver Traanlng MRS ALTA NEWCITY Handcrafts, Crafts MR DALE NICOLEN Mechanical Drawing MR CARL NOFFSINGER Arlthmetlc Algebra Counseling MRS. MURIEL NYGREN English, Counseling MISS PRUDENCE OLESON English, Counseling MR. I. . IKEN Director of Athletics X f"' RQQIS fri wif" 'W "E+ 1 gil-g,,?.. 'LQ M,-ul irq 'S J P fflggff "'e"l"ff93f"if MR. EUGENE OVERHOLT General Clerical MR JOHN PACKARD Socnal Studnes Drvvor Tralnung MRS ANN PAPPAS r MR GEORGE PAPPAS Public Speakung English, Drama MR JAMES PARKINSON Social Studies, English Counsellng MRS LOIS PETERS Clothang, Homemaknng MISS LUCY PROUDFOOT U S Rus o y MRS MABELLE RIEDESEL oo , Homemaknng MR ROBERT B RIGNEY nglnsh Socual Studies Counselung MISS SHIRLEY ROY Clothing, Homemakeng Socnal Studues . . . I I 'Wu .R I - . lv' Q G , . R ,f 3, 3, I :X E A ww A ' ,wxgzxlv 7 ' fg FHWWH f?r wsfff :Q " 7 " ' Aix V , I H I t. N ' J K 0 n t r O . Q. :fy .V 'ff' -'-H - cg f ms 4:1351 4 AL . mf-H awe . gf- ibgham S4542 1 43' I FYI, Qiynwfngwigawx Wg A: ,,'2nf , gf 4, If +-' Ew.f"i"' m...T'2 Y 1 V . w2Qif'S"'J"' P W"f . ,-W-'?'Q rv ts... ws i W ..w,z:,:b ,ini ,Sy x 8, .fx iffy'-W grgq.-iw, 3-'ff , K "1f9!.f:::'fQ,Z:1'ai r' 162'-?1'h:.f-..! LI X X . . 9 I L , gi:-Qu, MR JACK D SHELEY S History, English Social Studies MR THOMAS STEPHENS Special Counseling CARROLL STOWELL Boys' Physical Education Coach MISS LOIS THOMPSON English Senior Advisor MR EDWARD TUCKER Life Science, Biology, Coach Boys' Physical Education MRS BESS VALENTINE Department Head, Counseling Trigonometry MR NORMAN WALKER Agriculture Mechanics MR ARTHUR WILLIAMS Department Head Boys' Physical Education MR. NELSON WITTE Radio, Electricity Stagecraft MR. ROBERT ZETTERBERG Agriculture Science 'L W av"' IIE' mb, KR 'T-5 new fi 4.4 wi V' """'T! ,QV vnif, up-4 MRS. DOROTHY ARMSTRONG Clerk MISS BEVERLY BARNES Clerk MRS IVA FARYEWICZ Receptuonust MRS WILMA HELLAND Secretary M BARBARA JOHNSON Clerk WW6 MR GEORGE LAWRENCE Custodaan MRS BETTY LOWE Textbook Clerk MISS MARY McCULLOUGH Secretary MRS BERNICE MCGREW Secretary MR C I Mc Printer MISS DOROTHY McKENNA Secretary MRS. HELEN NELSON Receptionist MR. OSCAR NELSON Cafeteria Manager MRS. YETTA NEWMAN Matron MR TULSA PHILLIPS Chief of Maintenance MRS OLGA SABATH Secretary MR JOHN J SEAVERS Business Manager MRS MARIAN SEAVERS SECRETARY MRS ZELLA SHELEY Secretary JAMES SHIRK Locker Room Attendant ff?- X, ',-,'- ....,. nj.,,..E y"i.,--sg ffl 'fa' lx I N 3 -rl sr 4""" A SQ V' 1 ifjeff n Q , V f IR ffl 4 I f 1 I I A I X X i .h :A P A MR- L' K .M I in , 5 1 . M, 'f.: 0 X,e Jfifgygl' f X X ' 1 , J - I if wwf 23' CHEF OSCAR NELSON BUS DRIVERS Front Row L Houck L Booker G Anderson, 0 Atamuan R Hardeman 2nd Row P Longenecker, D Meyer E Kennedy R Henderson, I Shepherd G Franklun F Herring T Phlllups, C Lattlmer E Mcdunknn, M Curtis B Seaman Ev Fra 'fad' Q 13:11 -dfz ,za-P5 x-3 2,3 , Xa? pw, f u'fZ,' qh 'T f' 1' fin? 'I-4 P6 -L-cv I 1 s N ,r 4:1- ,,:gf?Qa ' 'f A-YZ,-712 ' 35' 'fziiip 3ff"flT'T'1i ',-18 - Q. ' f 44.41 ,. -" ,. h w. - A:- W ,.,'. - Lgffv-1 21: 1 ' if ' . 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Fl' 'sa nfs, AJ' GRY F1 F' E its .nr mimi wwf 'gk W Luv VN , 'E SWK 1 N, ' Q14 nas M.-in 00 a 4,6 'fr Po The Class of l957 entered Tulare Hugh School In September 550 strong full of enthusnasm and the wullungness to work Durlng the furst semester, under the leadershup of Presndent Rodney Brown, we undertook many actcvntnes Chief of these were wrappang goal posts for home games presentlng a successful Freshman Parent Night Program operating a prof stable refreshment stand at the East Bakersfield game and holdnng the annual All Frosh dance un January to clumax the P E dance program Our most successful all school actuvuty was a rally before the Portervllle basketball gamenn January featurnng the farewell of l953 and the lntroduc tnon of the lnttle New Year to T U H S Others elected for the fnrst semester were Robert Trammell vuce presudent Sherry Graves secretary and Kathryn Uiayl I-lutsell treasurer The offucers elected for the second semester were Janne Shore, presndent Jerry Lanrd vice president Linda Finlayson secretary and Annette Lorenzo treasurer Our actuvltues, other than programs presented atclass meetings, were chnefly grouped at the end of the semester and included the tradutlonal decoratuon of the powder room for the Junlor Sensor Prom and decoratuon for the Baccalaureate service All thus was accompllshed under the guidance of Mass Prudence Oleson pm TQ' a ff ffm Qqiw xd-ax. 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I .9 R .ESC I, Qs an 6 Nr 4 . yy yi E xiii CIS 6 :M Aff' After three years of progressing, the class of 54 finally reached the top Leadnng the class the first semester were Johnny Lawrence president Johnny Rodriquez vice presndent Nancy Seltz secretary, and Bryce Sherman, treasurer Among the actlvltles of the furst semester were the rally and the Christmas Dance The rally depleted one of Kung Arthur's greatest vlctorles Of course Kung Arthur was fnghtlng for Tulare at the tune The Chrustmas dance was one of the best dances sponsored thas year Thesenuors spent a lot of time worksng on It The second semester's actnvntues were led by Davud Peterson president Marshua Loar, vice presudent Nancy Seltz, secretary and Bryce Sherman treasurer The actlvutles of the second semester started wth the Sensor Play, 'Illght Must Fall Career Day at C 0 S Numeral Planting, Baccalaureate the Commencement exercises, and a Sensor Party rounded out the four years of work for the gradu ating class of l954 Front Row M Loar B Lewis Mass L Thompson N Seutz P Wvllnams 2nd Row D Jackson Senior llnuncll X we J.Rodriquez, D.Peterson, L.Jones, C.Carvalho. 3rd Row: S.Staten, B. 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Karnes 0 0 Nl Q59 '89, x9 5 5 MAYNARD ALEXANDER NW Industrial WT 'Y' M,f OTHELAR ALEXANDER Clerucal Knuttung Club up Q-4-f JERRY ALLEN Non Speclaluzed Rally Club 54 Craft Club 53 JOHN ALLEN Industrnal Nrestllng 52 53 54 Football 53 5 Track 52 53 54 Lettermens Club if RUBEN ALVAREZ Industrual NEIL ANDERSON Industrial A 5 Wrestling 53,54 Football 54 OYEDA ARNOLD Secretarial Orchestra 52,53,54 G.A.A. 5I Jr. Red Cross 52,53,54 WALLACE ASHBURN Industrial Auto Club 5l,52 Track 5I,52 BOB ASKIN Industrial Football 5I,52,53 Baseball 5l,52,53,54 Automotive Club 52 JIM DALE BAILEY Non-Specialized DOROTHY BAKER Merchandising WILEY BABB Industrial Basketball 5I,54 Track 5l,52 Crafts 53,54 DONNA BAKER Secretarial Jr. Red Cross 53,54 Dance Group 52 Future Retailers Club 54 Dlstrlbutlve Education 54 Dance Group 53 CARL BANDY Clerical Basketball 5I Band Freshman Council 5l HELEN BAKER Homemaklng Girls Glee 53 JAMES BAUGN Clerical Chorus Carver Club Baseball Band as-as MPM, if 'lg' 'nl 'T' 713 0092 -er' Q...--v" THAD BAXLEY Unlverslty Prep Band 5I 52 53 54 Swummlng Team 5I,52,53 Senior Councul 54 CLEVIE BELYEU Agriculture Swummlng 50 Basketball 54 F F A 5 4 JO ANN BILIARDI Secretarlal Band 5I,52,53 54 Offlcuals' Club 54 G A A 5 ,54 Jr Red Cross 53 ARCHIE BLEVINS College Prep Baseball 50,5l Freshman Council 50 Junior Council 53 JACK BAYER Clerical FLOETA BIGGS Merchandising Tennis 52 3 Future Retallers 54 STEVE BILVADO Industraal Track 52,53 54 Cross Country 53, Boxing 53 DAVID BOYER Agriculture F.F.A. 5l,52,53,54 Football 52, Mgr. Lettermens Club Basketball 54, Mgr. VIRGINIA ANN BRENNAN Clerical LAURA JEAN BROWN Non Speclallzed A ELOUISE BROOKS Non Specualuzed Carver 5I 52 53,54 G A A Carver Club 5l 52 53 54 Advance Girls Glee 50 52 LORENE BRYANT Non Speclallzed Tr: Hu Y 53,54 ARLENE CAPSIN College Prep WALLACE BROWN Unuverslty Prep Jr Class Council V P A S B Vlce Presndent Carver Club 50 53 ELEANOR CANALES Non Specnallzed Sophomore 8 Junaor Councsl Jr Red Cross 5l,52,53 Dance Group 5I,52 Paunt G Patehes 50 MARY CARINELLI Non Specialized 9 9 G.A. . 5I 9 9 9 . 9 Argus Staff 5O,5I , '54 VP' on wr" "Nl N355-' A vw? V M 'W' Q' inf-"Y fx .n""" an 'si MUJEJUNCMRHL University Prep Sophomore Council 52 Craft Club 5I,52 Freshman Leader 53.54 RICHARD CARVALHO Industrial 8 Sr P a s Wrestling 53,54 Track 54 Operetta 53 PATSY CASTOR Homemaking ESTHER CHABIEL Clerical CLARA MARIE CARVALHO Homemaking Band 5I,52,53,54 F.H.A. 52,53,54 Rally Club 53,54 Senior Council 54 JOHN CASH College Prep Band 5l,52 53 SN Chorus 54 Honor Roll KENNETH CAUDLE CMlqePmp Football 52 53 54 PATSY CHILDRESS Secretarial SHIRLEY CLEAVER Merchandising B. L. CLINE Industrual JOSEPHINE COELHO Non Specialized Crafts 50 Art 5I,52 Chorus 52 53 54 MELFOUSE CORTER Industrial Jr G Sr P ys Drama Class Play Operetta 53 Crafts Club 53 IRENE CORTEZ Clerncal Offscsals' Club 53,54 Rally Club 53,54 O A A 4 JOE COSTA Agriculture A I 52,53 OEOROE COX Industrial Football SI Basketball 52 Track 53 NANCY CRAWFORD Merchandising 42? -Q was ,, 17'7 'rn' 'Ni Q...-4 Nw' 'K- avi' VERONA CREEL Secretarlal 5 F B L A 52 5 , 4 Usherettes 52 53 RAYMOND CROUSE Non Specnaluzed Football 50,5I 52 Wrestlnng 52 53 53 PAULINE CROSS Secretarial Track 53 Torch Club 54 Freshman Cl ass Pres I dent MAX DERICHSWEILER Agriculture Swsmmlng Sl 52,53 Projectlonlst Club F F A 5I,52,5 4 JOE DOMINGUES College Prep Boys Federatlon Pres Student Council Sen lor P' GY 54 Drama 52,53,54 CONNIE CUEVAS Clerncal Creative Wrutsng 50 5l Mexscalu Club 50 5l 52 SHIRLEY DICKERSON Homemaknng LELAND DORRIS Non Specsallzed F.H.A. 0,5l . . . . , 3 5 1 1 7 A . . . , I - I V Latin American Club 50,5I . . , . . . 54 . . . 3,5 ,I I, ' ' . 54 ' 54 0TlS ECHOLS Agruculture A 5 , , 3 4 DOLORES ENOS hnSncmhzw Band G A A Crafts Club BILL EUBANKS College Prep Basketball 5l 52 53 54 Track 52,53 su Rally club su WANDA EZELL Clerical Freshman leader 53,54 G A A 5 ,5I ALICE FAGUNDES Homemaklng F H A 5 , 4 Usheretts 53 JACK FELIPE Non Speclalnzed Football 5l,52,53,54 Track 5l,52 Automotlve Club 52 J0 ELLEN FERGUSON College Prep War Whoop Staff 53,54 Torch Club 54 F H A 50 Rally Club 54 Art Club Tri-Hl- CAROL LEE FINCH Merchandising Girls League 52,53 G.A.A. 5l Girls League Council Chorus 5l,52,53 F.F. . I 52 5 ,5 YY! Key club su, ni-Y 53 7 . . . o llI35 'see 1 Y .p-dv" a-al' Nfl w-ay fir 6514 -Ng! 3 1' MQ' BEVERLY FRAGA Homemaking Usherettes 52,53 F.H.A. 52,53 BARBARA FRASER College Prep Band 54 Tri-Hi-Y 54 Officials Club 5 A A 5 LEONA FREEMAN Secretaroal Buble Club 5l 52 Torch G C S F A ALLEN FUERY Clerical Carver Club 52 53 54 Basketball 52 53,54 Baseball Sl 52 53 54 Football 5I DELLA GALAVIZ Merchanduslng JOHNNIE GARCIA Merchandising Football 5l 54 Mexucalu Club 5l Future Retailers 54 HOLLY GARCIA Clerical Mexlcalu Club 5l,52,53,54 Latln American Club L A A A FRANCES GARNER Homemakung Orchestra 52,53 54 Buble Club 52 53 54 F H A 52 5 PAT GOODNER Clerical LARRY GREEN College Prep Avratnon Club 5I,5 Fenclng Club 52,53 SENAIDA GUERRERO College Prep Paunt G Patches 5l,52 Jr ed Cross 52,53,54 6 A A secretary 53 6 A A Council 53,54 DON HAMILTON Industrial Carver Club 53 Football 53 Track 50 5I,52,53 Boxlng 53 CARL HAMPTON lndustrual Letternens Club Football Mgr 52 53 Projectuonlsts Club 54 RICHARD HARDEMAN Non Speculnzed JERRY NAIKINS lndustrnal YVONNE HAYNES Secretarnal Mixed Chorus 5l,52 53,54 Operetta 53 Paint 8 Patches 5l F B L A . R I ' 9 Basketball Mgr. 52 D 9 . . . . 54 Nami' Nd" M ur' ,GZ LORETTA HAYS Unuverslty Prep Student Councll 54 Gurls League 5I,52,53 54 Class Councll 5I,52 53 Honor Roll 50 SI 52 53 HEAD Non Specualazed MARGIE HEAD Clerucal PAUL HEANEY Industrial Avaatlon Club 52,53,54 Club President 54 IVAN HENDRIX Non Speclallzed Basketball 50 ANNE HIAT. Unlversnty Prep Band 5l,52,53 54 A 5l,5 , 3 Creative Writing 5I Torch Club 52 LAWRENCE HILL College Prep Track 5l,52,53,54 Key Club 53,54 Hi-Y 53 Rally Club 54 MARLENE HOCK College Prep Band 5l,52,53,54 Orchestra 5l,52,53,54 Torch Club 5l,52,53,54 MARY AIN HODGES Unlversuty Prep Student Councll 54 G A A 52,53,54, Pres 54 G S L Councll 53,54 Forensic Club 5I,52,53,54 W' WWW gui BETTY HOLLINGSHED Secretareal Sophomore Councul 5l F B L A Treasurer Torch Club 5I wwf M VIRGINIA HOMFELD Unnverslty Prep Orchestra 5l 52 Jr Statesmen 5I,52,53,54 Dance Group 52 53,54 Creative Wrltlng 5l FLORINE HUBBLE Merchandlsnng MONTE ICHIIAGA Unlverslty Prep A S B Trees 53 54 Junuor Council Key Club 52,53 Pres Fencnng Club HAROLD HORTON Industraal Football 52 SWIMMIHQ 54 RUTH ANN HUFFSMITH University Prep Argus Edutor 54 Student Councul 54 G A A 5I 52,53 54 Honor Roll 5I,52 53 54 53,54 JOHN INMAN Agriculture F F A 52,53,54 ,Pg K5 V? 3 'Q'-S-1 my-f QTY' 'Nad 155' 7' Q1 Cfihppy NWQQY DANNA JACKSON University Prep Class Councul 5l,52 53,54 Torch Club 5l,52,53 Chorus 5l 52,53 T I Hn Y 52 53 4 CONNIE JACOBO Clerlcal VERNON JACKSON Merchandising Buble Club 53,54 Future Retallers 53 54 Dustrubutlve Education Mexucalo Club 5I 52 53 Spanish Club 54 Latnn American Club 5I,54 Rally Club 54 DUDLEY JOBE Industrial A 5 JOAN JONES Unnversuty Prep DAVID JACOBSEN Non Specsallzed Band 50,5l Football 52 IRNEESE JONES Unnversuty Prep Student Body Secretary War Whoop Edltor 54 Junior Class Presudent Class Secretary 5l 52 Jr Statesmen 5I 52,53,54 Forensuc SI 52 Torch Club 5l 52 Trl HI Y 5 ,54 LARRY JONES University Prep Tennns 5l,52 , Cross Country 5l Sophomore Treasurer 5 Junior Council 53 PAULA JONES MnSmcmhzw Sensor Council 54 Jr Red Cross Rally Club 54 A IONA KEATHLEY Homemaklng BONNIE PAY KERR Non Specualuzed CEDRIC KLEINHANS Agriculture TRULEN KARNES JR College Prep Track SI 52 Cross Country 50 52 53 Art Club 50 Sensor Council 54 DORIS KEMP Homemaklng G A A Carver Club Girls Glee 52 53 JAMES KIRKER Non Specuallzed Chess Club SI GLENN KREIDER Industrial KY' 415' 'mu '!"'l sf 'Ax NGN." rw. 'T:? 'Ik Nur' Q-'ff-v SHAWLENE LAIRD Secretarnal Chorus 5l,52 Paint 6 Patches 5l Freshman Leader 54 FRANK LAWRENCE Industrual Football 5I 2 Basketball 5l Swimming Automotnve Club LENA LAWRENCE Homemaknng BETTE LEWIS College Prep ELAINE LAWRENCE Unlverslty Prep Argus Staff 52,54 Forenslc Club 5I 54 Rally Club 54 8 Sr P a s JOHN LAWRENCE Non Specsaluzed Sophomore Class Pres Junior Class Pres Sensor Class Pres Junuor Play ALTARITA LEE Clerical Carver Club Mixed Chorus Club secretary 5l,52 Mnxed Chorus 5l 52,53 54 A 5l 5 Sensor Play 54 Sensor Councul 54 J B L Industrsal Automotlve Club ' V Jr. . l y ,5 ' ' 5! ' 52 G.A. . , 3.54 . . ENIS LEROY LEWIS Non Specilszed Football 5l,52 Track 5l 52 Swnmmung 53 54 Automotuve Club 53 54 Homemaklng MARY BETH LUCAS Homemakang NANCY LYNCH Unuversnty Prep CAROL LIGGETT General Drum Major 53 54 Dance Group 5I 52 53,54 Class Council 5I 52 54 A 5I MARSHIA LOAR Unuversuty Prep Sr Class Vlce Pres Forenslc Club C S F G To ch Gurls League Council JOE LUIZ JR Non Speclaluzed Football 5l,52 53 Lettermens Club 53,54 Chorus 5l 52 53 54 Jr Statesman 5l,52 53 54 Forensac Club 52 53 54 Gurls League Councel 53,54 CAROLE MACEDO Clerical ,53 1 . . , 7 . I 7 Y . 7 7 G.A. . ,52,53 JUNE LINE . . . r 7 V 7 7 U Y 7 . , . FRANK MACEDO Agriculture JEANME MANN Merchandising Future Retailers PATRICIA MATHIAS College Prep A 5l 52,53,5 Art Club Sl 52 5 Swammlng 53 54 TOMMY MILLER Agrnculture Chorus 5l,52 53,54 A 5I 52 5 ' 54 G.A. . , 4 1 7 3 Mixed Chorus 53,54 V F.F. . , , 3,54 BLONDINA MONTEIRO Clerical F.H.A. 52,53,54 EVELYN MURPHY Clerical A , Knltting Club 5I JESSE McCOWEN Industrial SHIRLEY McMlLLAN Merchandasing ELLERY MULOCK College Prep Football 5l,52 Track 50 Kings Row 50 FREIDA MCCLURE Non Speclalnzed Rally Club 54 Jr Red Cross 5I GEORGE MCGAVERN Clerncal Band 5I 52 53 54 Basketball 5l 52 53,54 Track 52,53 Swnmmnng 5l Distributlve Educatuon Future Retailers ALBERTA NAGEL Homemakung Knattang 50 SI Torch 5l,52 Buble Club 52,53 if 'YV 'Nw-1 w--..., JEAN NAGEL Clerncal G A A 52 53,54 Offacaals Club 53 54 L A Torch Club 52 DONALD NELSON Unuverssty Prep Key Club 52 53,54 Track 52,53 BARBARA NIXON Secretarial Mixed Chorus 53 T Hu Y 4 F B L A 5 , 4 Rally Club 54 PAT 0'KELLY College Prep Band 5l,52,53,54 Football Sl Boxang 53 JOYCE NAGEL Cleracal Girls League 52 Officials Club 54 G A A 52,53,54 JONN NELSON Non Specaallzed Cadets 5I 52,53 54 Baseball 5l WMHNWWB Industrial CECILIA ORISIO College Prep Chorus Jr Red Cross 50 . . , F.B. . . 53,54 F.B.L.A. 53,54 I 1 7 ri- '- 5 . . . . 3 5 RUBEN ORTIZ Business Football Track 5I Mexncall Club 50 5l Automotive Club 54 DON OWENS Industrial FRED PAGGI Agriculture Football 50 5l 52 53 A 50 5I 5 BOB PARSONS lndustrual ARTHUR PATTERSON College Prep Band 5l 52,53,54 Swlmmung 5l 52,53 54 Avuatlon Club 50 5I 52 JOHNNY PAYNE Non Specnallzed A ROBERT PEARCE lndustrual Band 52 53,54 Orchestra 5I Basketball 5l 52 53 Projectlonlst Club 54 JOHN PEEBLES CollB96 PVCP Jr.-Sr. Prom Chairman Student Council 54 J . G Sr. P a s Basketball 53 54 2 '--ui ,rua-9 . . y Y ! Y F.F. . , , 2,53 . . V 1 . I I 7 F.F. . 53 7 7 1 r I y 1 'U A, we wi" 'T 'L'-Q ,-5, 1 'SI' 'saved' """"-'ar Jw" EDDIE PERRYMAN Merchanduslng Future Retaalers 54 Dlstrlbutlve Education EDDIE PHILLIPS lndustrual DOROTHY POPE College Prep DAVID PETERSON Unaversuty Prep Track 5I,53 54 Sensor Presudent 5 Key Club V P 54 Operetta 53 JOE PIRES Non Specnallzed Band 52 53,54 Orchestra F Mixed Chorus 52,53,54 Buble Club 5I 52 53 54 Gnrls Glee Club 5I Creatuve Wrltang 5I SHIRLEY PRICE Secretarual B L A 5 3 MARLENE PRICE Secretarial G A A 5I,52,53,54 Girls League 5l,52 53,54 Chorus 5l,52,53 54 Jr Red Cross 5l,52 VELMA PRICE Clerical F.B.L.A. 52,53,54 Mixed Chorus 5l,52,53 Rally Club 53,54 DONALD PRDCTOR Industrual Football Sl 52 53 54 BETTY RAIBLE Non Speclalazed Jr Red Cross V JAMES RAMOS Football 53 Track 53 54 TENNIE REED Homemakvng Chorus 5I,52,53 Knlttlng Club 50 BENNIE RENIKER Industrnal Baseball 5l,52,53,54 Cross Country 52,53,54 Basketball 5I PETE REYES Industrual Wrestling 53,54 MARILYN RIEDESEL College Prep Dance Group 5I Craft Club 5I Art Club 5I,52 Junuor Play Staff 53 DENNIS ROBERTSON College Prep Boys Athletuc Commussnon Basketball 5I,52,53 54 Baseball 5l,52,53,54 Cross Country 54 7 9 7 - .P Non-Specialized ,54 I JOHN RODRIGUEZ Clerical Senior Vice President Lettermens Club Pres 54 Junior Class Council Football 5l 52,53,54 BARBARA ROVE College Prep Head Yell Leader 53 Rally Club Pres 54 Football Queen 54 Senior Play 54 LOREH RUSH Merchandising Swimming 5l Future Retailers 53 54 Jr Clase Council 53 HAZEL SAGER Secretarial GARY SAMPSOH College Prep Student Body President 54 Football 50 5l Basketball 5I 52 53,54 Baseball 5l,52,53,54 AHDERS e ing T HI ALVIN SAUDE Merchandising Lettermene Club Football 52 53,54 Baseball 53,54 Future Retailers 53,54 GLEHH SCHOTT Hon Specialized Football 54 ! 1 9 A' ' ri- '-Y 7 RUTH SEATON Non Specnalazed Buble Club 52,53,54 Sr Muxed Chorus 53,54 NANCY SEITZ Col lege Prep Band 5I 52 53 Class Secretary 5I,5 Class Council 52 Art Club 52,53,54 GEORGE SEMOES Agriculture Football 5I A KENNETH SERPA University Prep Band 52,53,5 Swimming 53 54 BRYCE SHERMAN Band SI 52 53 54 Fr Class Treasurer 5I Sr Class Treasurer 54 Baseball 52 WILLIAM SICKELS College Prep Band 52,53,5 Football 50 SI 52,53 Wrestlung 54 Swlmmlng 5I,52,53 GEORGE SMALLING Non Specuallzed JANET SMITH College Prep Orchestra 5I 52 53 54 Jr Statesmen 52 54 . A 5 Dance Group 52,54 7 7 754 F.F. . 53 4 University Prep 7 9 V 4 7 Y U I G A. . I,53 PHILIP SMITH Industrual GLORIA SOUZA Merchandusnng H A Clu JOE SOUZA Agriculture BONNIE STANLEY Secretarial Art Club 5l 52 Sophomore Council 5I CHARLES SOUTHARD Non Speclallzed Band 5l,52,53,54 Secretarnal DON SPENCER Industrual Avaatuon Club Automotuve Club Football 53,54 Baseball 5l Tra STEVE STATEN Clerzcal Sensor Councul Band 5l,52 Torch Club Automotuve Club F. . . b 53 JANET SOUZA Y Y 7 JIMMIE STEMARD Non Specual lzed THOMAS SWANSON Agruculture F F A 51,52 53,54 TOMMY SMALL Unlversuty Prep F Torch Club Jr Statesmen Aviation Club F F A Vlce Presudent 54 Clerucal Girls Glee HENRY TORRES Mon Specualuzed Football 52,53 Baseball 54 NORMAN SMARTWOOD Non Speclaluzed JIMMIE TOLLETTE Clerical A A 5 , MARGARET TRISTAO Clerucal H A 5l,5 ,5 4 jk in 4.4 553 C.S. . 50 . . . , FREDA TEDDER Ti! F.H. . 52 ' N.H. . I 52 F. . . 2 3,5 MARY TRISTAO Clerical F.H.A. 5l,52,53,54 Vice President 52 Sophomore Council 52 JAHNITA VANN Homemaking F.H.A. Sl THERESE WALKER Clerical Tr Hi Y 53 Jr Red Cross Sl Paint 6 Patches SI ROBERT WATKE Non Specialized EMILY TRUJILLO Clerical Mexicali Club Spanish Club Latin American Club CARLOS VASQUEZ Industrial Football 5l,52,53 Baseball 5l,52,53,54 HELEN WATANABE Homemaking .. I-. I . . .. - RUTH WELCH Clerical ROBERT WEHN College Prep Automotive Club Baseball 54 DAVID EARL WHITE Merchandnsung Future Retallers 54 Dlstrubutuve Education Secretarual J L Sr P a s Class Council 52,53 Student Councnl 54 Gurls League Councu ' 52 GLEHDA SUE WILLIAMS r. . l y CLAUDETTE ABLE Non Specialized War Whoop Staff 5 ROY BENZ Industrial War Whoop Staff DEAN CHEEK PATRICK DOHERTY University Prep MONA CASEY EASLEY Clerical SHARON FINDLEY Non Specialized 'rf PATRICIA WILLIAMS Secretarial Jr. 8 Sr. Plays Girls League Council 53 Class Council 5I,52,54 Mixed Chorus 5l,52,53,54 AMELIA YBARRA Clerical Mexlcali Club 52,53 Spanish Club 54 Latin American Club Rally Club 54 ELEANOR ZAMORAMO Merchandising Mexicali Club 5l 52 54 Latin American Club 52 G A A 49,50 5l 2 Seniors ot Pictured BILL GENTRY College Prep Band 54 Chorus 54 Operetta 54 PAUL GREER Aoriculture Agriculture F F A 5l 52, 3, Jr Red Cross PAUL HODGSOM Non Specialized DONALD JARRETT Clerical Football 5I,52,53,54 Baseball SI Fencing Club 53 EARLENE JARRETT Business Class Council 5I 52 Buble Club 53 A Girls Glee 54 SHIRLEY McCAULLEY Homemaking IM ANTON VAN DEN BERG Agriculture F F A 52 5 54 Junior Soortsmen SALLY WELCH Non Specialized . . . , ,5 Q I I F.H. . 52 54 Non-Specialized JACK HICKMAN I 'ing I Wcffqj, P If M , 554 "ea gli" . ll! ,3, Jf x. .,-65' Xx2-..!-"- ...v -r 'M N- 452 ,K -'YY -s. 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Az, J an ' A' '. j?'- ...Fi ' - - P.: fig! 53, Q 1 J , k, Y '- I-' .'j"i4 I , ' . .Y 1 ' .7 " - A , ,'A,Q7sO f i a CLUB ART CLUB Front Row M Renaker N Gabson R Jacques J Koeppe J Ferguson S Salyer P Bllllngsle Baumgarten S Tyler 2nd Row R Westbrook G Clement P Story B Fraser B Welch VanHouten R Huffsmlth J Stlrnemann J Seavers 3rd Row M Hahesy W Whiteside D Jackson, Thorpe S Fraser A Serpa S Snmmerley N Fasso Mrs A Pappas 4th Row E Hand N Seutz Ewan T Hubbs J Shephard C Africa S Peterson C Hlnkle J Peebles The Art Club under the leadership of Presldent Joyce Stlrnemann Vlce Presndent John Peebles Secretary Januce Van Houten and Treasurer James Shepherd as a servace club to promote school splrxt and beautify the school Thlsyear members sold chrysan themum corsages donated the bug Christmas tree sponsored an after game dance and a trup to Fresno presented gnfts to sensors receuvnng Art awards and furnished paint for the gym entrance Mrs Ann Pappas ns sponsor Front Row rumbaugh B Hull AUTO CLUB The Auto Club was slow gettung started thus year but finally got organuzed The Club attended the Automotuve Show at Los Angeles un Aprul Funds were collected by donatsons of the members and a Saturday scrap drive The trap was very successful Lewls 2nd Row D Spencer J Mums, A Albritton 216' nf 5 Fi x 1 f 11. f 'E : - . 1 - . 1 0 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' I l y J J. , . . I . , . , . , . , - , J. , . ' , . ' , . . I . , . ' , - C. , . , . , . ' , . , . . . : . , . , A. , . , . , . ' , . . . ' . . . . . , . . 1 l 1 ' 1 , . . 1 : . . I MF.B , . ' , J.B. ' . 2 . , - ' ' - ' - , . ' owes'-13 " :"1 5 Q yr vs g5 EA uf Wwg ,' 2 . - . g 1 I Wplljl P th -s ,,mWdMWM.Ms, Q' W AVIATION CLUB Front Row L Woolman, W Perry, G Mark, G Mr Manro, G Warren 3rd Row P Heaney J BIBLE CLUB The Buble Club has had a busy year wuth a membershup of nearly 40 fThey dudn't all get there for theur pucture I The club has had a varuety of programs musucal quuz, and guest speakers Members have partucupated un conferences rallues, and partues wuth other Buble Clubsun the area In February the local club played host to 60 other Buble Clubbers at a Valentune Party The purpose of the Club contunues to be to prove that real Chrustuanuty can be Iuved on a hugh school campus Sponsor of the club us Muss Verna Hanson Lee, B Peacock 2nd Row J Golston, R Lopez, Korenwunder, G Vhute D Spencer Thus year the Avuatuon Club assusted un the natuonal effort to commemorate the 50th Annuversary of Powered Flight by unvutung Major Dennen of the Aur Force Flught Test Center, EdwardsAurForce Base, to present an assembly program Plans were made to vusut the Test Center, and to make movues of members flying theur models wuth vouce and engune sounds tape recorded Stanley Manro us the Club sponsor Front Row P Starlung M Renuker B Cochran, J Koeppe G Clement P Reed, G Kung 2nd Row S Hanks, C Thorpe, S Hansen H Harruson D Pope, T Bergman J Banfueld 3rd Row G Frymure G Sherman K Altaffer 4th Row L Preddy, J Brown, P Franklun F Garner Muss V Hansen W Soohoo 1, iw fs is F ,Mm TY 17 Ts . I u n I I I e e u n g . . . : . . . ' . ' , . . . . , I . . ' . , . , . . . I 1 U n ' . . Y . , . . - . . . . : 1 I 1 ' . Y ' u , e , . I ' . : - - - v - ' 1 - - , - ' . : . ' I ' 1 ' ' : ' ' ' . 1 ' I . 1 1 . V . I... .ffl 195 I if , ' s rugs--M4 My , 4, wil n . N rv' f eh' e se u f f Q ,J we s-f , 'T 5 , 1 W 4 au, B1 a S 'ff , I 'Q gg, X... I 1 M, Wgfaaf li W, 7 ,Mft N 4 , Ha yn jj ' X., , ' ,Q KA as I -.,:.,. ,, 'f 3 if 4 K ' 'wi Q r' ' ' K L 1 -A ' 1- , g fm N K if A , Qv kg! f L L K Q Zi 4 ,N K 9 f f L 5-sf ' I ' 4 2 . Q P ' ' 3 f ,gg our y bd 5 i VK ' W i gs BOYS' FEDERATION COUNClL Front Row J Domlngues D Robertson T Scheudt J Laurd 2nd Row Mr Helland R Brown J Brewer D Caldwell The Boys' Federatuon composed of all o s at Tulare Unuon Hlgh School servnce organlzatnon It assusts ln taking care of some of the necessltnes of school llfe lt's officers elected atthe regular school electaons are composedof Presudent Joe Domlngues Commussuoner of Boys' Athletics Dennls Robertson Secretary Treasurer Tommy Scheldt Councul members are appointed by class offncers Thus year we sponsored the March of Dumes Druve assusted ln the Clothes for Korea drlve an address on narcotics plus ot r a lvltues onsor IS M Hella GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER CLUB The mann objective of the Carver Club us service to the school but It also has for nts alm the promotion of fellowshup among nts members and the remannnng student body One of the bug events for the Carver Club members was the sponsoring of a basketball r Ily The club was also n charge of one of the basketball concession stands The club sponsored an after game football dance for the enjoyment of the student body Club sponsors are Gordon Lowe, Keuth :te d Ball Front Row M Mentzenheumer S Brown A Lee G Johnson S Baugh P Thompson I Woods 2nd Row E Brooks B Baugh E Henderson D Kemp A Cotton D Patterson H Duncan 3rd Row L Cotton M Gomez I Jones D Lee F Ford M Young J Jackson 4 Row Mr Ny A Fu ry P Fuery E Woods D Hamilton L Finney Mr Lowe 5 : . ' , . , . ' , . ' . : . , - , . , . . I 7 b y ' ' , is a . . . . v I . y . . . , - , . . I. . I a . i ' , he ' , ' ct' ' ' . Sp ' L. . nd. Wa' . an ' Ny. : . ' ' , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , .. , . , . , . , . , . . th : . , . e , I , u 7 u ' , 1 . , u u 2 S 2 ti ,f A T ST? ll s .' , if . in L U 0 CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION AND TORCH Front Row M Stanley J Ferguson L Young S Smnth W White L Funlayson C Askeland 2nd Row G Coleman, N.MFc3SlIh I Jones R Huffsmuth I Elluott J Reed R Monk T Medrano 3rd Row J Laurd J Rodrlquez D Peterson D Bergman J Machado S Hunt, G Brott T Bergman 4th Row R Campbell H Seutz H Perry J Johnson R Brown, J Barnes Mr J Sheley 5th Row C Thomas J Phlllups J Flanery L Davus J Brewer R Costello M Emken FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 0F AMERICA The Future Buslness Leaders of America as a Natuonal organuzatuon for students taking busoness subjects The asm of the organlzatuon as to prepare young men and women for leadershup In busnness and to create better understandnng and Interest In chooslng business occupatuons Actuvltnes durung the year In addutlon to two regular meetungs of the club each month, conslstof trips to observe busuness methods ln use lh the communlty attending dlstruct and state conventuons an annual club project, and one or two socual events Club advnsor us Mrs Jewell Huffman Organnzed unto one unlt, Calufornna Scholarshnp Federatlon and Torch Club form the Honor Soclety for Tulare Hugh Member shlp requured both good grades and school servnce The project for l953 54 has been to popularlze prnde In good grades and that membershlp an the club should be con sudered one of the top TUHS achuevements Sprung semester I954 shows the greatest number of members In the history of the club I8 more than the prevlous peak In the sprung of I950 Money for servuce work by the club as raused by selling programs for all home football games Sponsor of the club as Jack Sheley Front Row P Weaver L Young M Tomlinson M Garcla J Koeppe, M Hubble M Renuker M Nichol D Fry 2nd Row A Wales, S Prlce A Lomas J Reed, C Kachadoorlan E Rlppee J Hagel A Ybarra V Prnce Mrs J Huffman 3rd Row S Rntner, B Hollungshed J Lawrence B Hlxon J Hagel, G Woods L Freeman, S Wllluams, H Mettlng, R Jaramello, C Jacobo , .sa mg ok, me fm, we am , . x-we , , am. vw- an cm N 53 I 'Q J' Wt X . . . . 1 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . 1 1 -I 1 g 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 . r'-- : . , . , . , . , . , . . , . . 1 ' 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 . . . 1 . 1 . ' I - 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . - U , . . - 1 . . . 1 1 , . . 1 1 1 . . . ' . 1 . 1 1 . ' 1 1 . , . 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 . . . 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 y . . . 1 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 1 1 1 1 Front Row L Echols, J Hutsell, C Wallen M Macedo L Rlbenro, J Costa J Gust J Beasley, 2nd Row J Mello F Macedo J Inman F Paggn F Boggs D Martunho, G Semoes, S Cross 3rd Row M Deruchsweller R Bevers, P Rogers L Fossett T Swanson Mr C Cook 4th Row Mr N Walker D Boyer H Anderson L Ratekun J Hunt A Vandenberg D Hamllton FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERICA The Future Farmers of Amernca as a national organlzatuon of farm boys enrolled un vocational agruculture classes located on Tulare Hugh School's 80 acre farm Every Future Farmer project nn livestock poul r ru r r ps s a part of practucal education of the vocatuonal students who owns It The program uncludes the umprovement of agruculture leadung ultrmatelv to the ownershln of the farms and the development of good rural cltuzen ship Partuclpatuon un falrs and luvestock shows ns recognuzed as havlng educational value as well as stnmulatlon for better results and foner projects The I953 54 officers of the Future Farmers of Amerlca are President Frank Macedo Vlce Presudent Tom Swanson Secre tary Joe Mello Jr Treasurer Manuel Macedo Reporter Jum Gust Sentlnel Edward Borges Sponsor us Charles Cook Front Row R Belezzuoll W Perry T Benevedo J Carroll R Bramer M Montelro S Clubb Searcy 2nd Row B Welch, F Moore, E Borges D Sparks J Casnday F Malahy, G Rogers, Benevldes 3rd Row R Braman R Irvun M Sulva J Rodelo J Korenwunder K Corley Rogers,J Anrosa 4th Row Mr N Walker B Searcy M Correna, R Nagel B Ewung, T Hernandez McCallse Mr Zetterberg 5th Row F Grant R Mllson B Welch M Moorhead, E Lovett Stuhaan J Hackman 'ii 'Qi M24 I ' . . . I I I I , I , I I , I I I : . , . , . , . ', . , . ,, ' . . . I ' . I I I I I I , I I I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . . - I . . . . . . . . ' . . . I . . . , - - t y, f it o c o , i the ' : ' ' - 1 1 ' I I ' 1 I 1 ' ' , 1 1 . . , I ' ' I I I I I , I I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 JI I 2 I I I I I 1 I 1 ' ' EI I 2 I I I I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 R , . . . I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 I ' 1 I , I BI , I I I I I I y I I I ' I R. , I ' . 5515i xx , -tb ,.... .. eq Y Aw! If ., V I' L 'X 122' If I , . , X " ' 1: 2 1 ' " f " ' A ft' f , 1 X f 1, ,. wma X 7 N7 F: .1 nuns' , Q A A 2 is tw ' A -.1 , 'Sf A - . fs ' A' R s "1 , 1 ab A I ' ' 1 :auf at, I Ish - gag., - c Q s If Y 2 sag., , 2 A X If lnxtwr . 3 , shura' 'INN lllll FUTURE RETAILERS OF CALIFORNIA Bw... F ont Row J Garcua A Saude, L Rush, D Mhlte 2nd Row S Cleaver, G Souza P We e C Flnch J Mann D Galavuz N Crawford 3rd Row C Crawford F Hubble F Blggs D Baker S McMnllan, B McGhee 4th Row E Perryman, V Jackson The Future Retailers of California had a very busy year The first event of the year was a small party dance an the school cafeterua The club made candled apples to ralse money to attend the Annual State FRC Conventuon at Santa Cruz At the last moment many who had decided to go had to forgo theur plans but to their own dnsap ponntment Those who attended were Flornne Hubble Pat welte Nancy Crawford Floeta Buggs and Carolee Flnch accompanled by Mlss Kathersne Mosher and Wendell Jones Carolee was elected State Vnce President from Central Section The Tru Hu Y gurls have been busy thus year Some of theur many actlvutles un eluded a buffet dunnerforthe new members cup cake sales toranse money for the World Servlce Fund a weekend sn the snow Co Ed weekend after game dance and CARE pack ages to Europe Barbara Fraser was president for e farst semester and Januce Van Houten was presudent the second semester Thear sponsors forthus year were Mnss Kay Mosher and Mass Shlrlev Roy. Front Row: S.Tyler, P.Ray, B.Fraser, R.Jacques, J.Ferguson, S.Fraser, J.Jones, L.Bryant. 2nd Row: Mass Mosher, C.Thorpe, D.Jackson, P.Bllllngsley, A.Sanders, T.Walker. 3rd Row: M.Fasso, M.Hahesy, 8.Nlxon, B.Welch, A.Hlatt, Mass Roy. 4th Row: J.Stlrnemann, V.Homfeld, C.Afruca, S.Peterson, A.Ewan, J.Van Houten. I , X , , D P 3 , 4 I 5 Q N' ' E Q dam s A' f E, r : . ' , . . . ' . : . . , . lt , . ' , . , . ' , . . : . , . , . ' , . , ' u i I l I 0 I l . . . ' I TRI-ul-Y , .- . . . . ' . . . . . - . . . 9 . , . . - l I . . v 1 ' . 1 ' v " v 1 1 l . . ' . . ' th , . . I FORENSIC CLUB Front Row L Funlayson M Loar, N Lynch R Lynch E Lawrence 2nd Row W Brown G Pappas As usual the rorenslc Club had another actlve season partlcupatung an several contests throughout the northern part of the state Among the honors won by the club were Mary Ann Hodges placlng flrst ln the Knnghts of Pythlas Contest at Portervulle Marshla Loar placlng furst un the Tulare Lions Club Contest Rosemary Lynch placnng flrst an the Tlpton Llons Club Contest Nancy Lynch placung second ln Extemporaneous A at Ripon The debate teams conslsted of Mary Ann Hodges and Marshle Loar and Nancy Lynch and Dale and Wallace Brown were also actlve and placed ln several contests One of the hlghllghts of the season was the valley sem: fnnals held at TUHS FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Future Homemakers of America s national organlzatlon of students studying homemaklng ln Junior and Sensor Hugh Schools whose purpose as 'learnung to llve better today Ih order that our llves and those of our famllles may be better The hlghllghts of the year were the Valentune Tea for the faculty Leadership and officer Traunlng School held here an November Christmas Tray favors for the Sprlngvulle Sanatorlum SIS sent to Care Mrs Bea Myers IS sponsor of the group Front Row M Trlstao, C Carvalho D Souza B Montelro 2nd Row M Trlstao J Brantley E Ramsay P Carvalho 3rd Row Mrs B Myers J Baxley M Fa9UndeS N Colwell .ms MAKER:- : . ' , . . , . , . . : . , . . . : . . . . ' g ' i a : , . . . . . . . U I I : W I Richmond. Elaine Lawrence, Mary Ann Hahesy tomorrow- 1 . l : U1 I : ' . . . : ' l ' : , ' , , . , . A 0 : 1 l 1 I 9 . , 4 u : n u y I 9 I 1 ' ' " ,K Q M K cs... ,iq GIRLS' LEAGUE .hh'm"""':m-...ll Front Row S lchunaga J Woolpert lguel lllungsley J Baumgart 2nd Row J Stlrnemann I Korte L Flnlayson Lynch S Fraser 3rd Row V Homfeld C Africa Llnder L Hays P Rocha 4th ow HI J l0R RED CR SS All students who contrlbutedat the tlme of our fall membership druve are members of Junsor Red Cross The council consnsts of those people who volunteer for service, and offacers are elected outof thus group This year the councul Included these pro jects un Its actlvltles potted plants at Easter for people atSequona Home, statuon ery for a veterans' hospital, messenger service at the County Hosputal Officers for the year were: presudent, Arlene Capsln: vlce presudent, Betty Raubleg secretary, Mary Capsln: treasurer, Barbara Welch: and publlcuty, Oyeda Arnold. Sponsor for the group was Paulune Kruse. nkle M s Bro Glrls' League, whuch Includes all gurls In school through nts welfare service met the many needs of nts members The budget for theur welfare work was made chuefly through proflt from the concession stands at a football game Thus fund was Increased by a gift from the P T A In addltuon to thenr welfare work Gurls League was co sponsor for the Faculty Carnival They sponsored the sale of T B seals nettung SI38 I5 gave two fashuon shows, sponsored the Posture Contest, gave the Backward Dance and a Sensor and Faculty Tea. Sponsor IS Mrs. Ada Brown. Front Row: M.Capsnn, A.Capsln, 0.Arnold, Miss Kruse, B.Dannels, B.Ralble, D.Baker. 2nd Row: M.Agullera, E.CabelIo, R.Cera, C.Bryant, D.Fry, l.Elllott, S.Guerrero. 3rd Row: A. Ruchmond, K.Panella. G.Stanlev. L.Sloan. C.Prado. B.Welch. 'il1F Mw +f,..s-ew' wwmwwwww MN M?wEii.hM!!WmMQhMmMW A L'3 " Q A W4 TwmwEEEf3eamsw , - ,fl A iw: 1 .K " Mnm::gfE,, l:A J ,.--,v 'V Ak 4.-fu .fm N. . A ' P T375 4,54 I a 4, J. 5. . . I A W V, -Q N M y A ey f'z A , Y al A se fi ea? , A J an . Q 4 M 4 A T' V! " z 1, . Q li! 9 K 2 rs: 7 v M ve' A My eff Q V ' 5' f,. is u 5 ,A '9 Q ,. V, A V M I . I . ' , . , C.M' , P.B' ' , . en. I . ' , . , . ' , N. , . . I . , . ' , D. ' , . , . . R : C. ' , r . wn. UN 0 ' . u a a ' Y l . Y l ' Y . JUNIOR STATESMEN Front Row 6 Coleman J Smath J Jones, S Smuth L Finlayson J Shore K Ballew 2nd Row W Cartwright S Welch N Lynch A Lopez D Lander, J Dupuy L Bruseau 3rd Row B Brecheen J Domlngues, 0 Machado E Cabello V Homfeld J Machado B Walker 4th Row Mr Glanopulos Jr Statesmen was organized for the purpose of promoting good methods of statesmanshlp and parluamentary proceedure through practnce and at the same tame function as a member of the TUHS social organlzatlons Durlng the past year these alms have been successfully followed In addition to several partles were seruous works Ih legnslatnon Along wuth money making 8CtlVItI8S were trips to state conventions KEY CLUB One of the most actuve servuce clubs at Tulare Hugh School I9 the Key Club The objectuve of thus club us service to the school as the objectnve of the Kuwanns Club IS service to the community Thus year the Club started a clean up campaign by placing two new trash receptacles In the Admanastratnon Bunldung along with a safety measure by placing a mat on one of the walls of the gym Joe Lannung ns the sponsor of this Key Club Front Row J Hefner J Batlsta D Peterson J Zaphnres M Ichlnaga 2nd Row J Patterson M Blaine R Quessenberry D Nelson L Jones l . . . . 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I q . , . , . , . , . 1 . - , . n , o 5 a y a n LATIN AMERICAN DANCE GROUP Front Row C Guerrero, R Soto, A Guerrero B Garcia, M Lopez, L Corrall 2nd Row E Lopez, E Trujillo A Lomas, M Contreras M Costales E Cabello C Jacobo 3rd Row E Ybarra Hunt Mrs Martunez H Lomas B Col ns LETTERMENS' CLUB The Lettermens' Club us a service club composed of athletes who have earned a letter on one of the various sports at school Some of the actlvutnes of the club were sponsorung the Red Head basketball game, and the faculty sensor game Johnny Rodrlquez was presudent and Herbert Morrell: was sponsor The Club has been organuzed to learn Latln Amerucan dances and to exhsbut them ln colorful costumes for school and com munlty programs The basls for chooslng members are aballty to learn to dance attutude cooperataveness and character An Enchllada Sale was held to help ranse funds for the treasury The years actuvutles Included an exchange program wuth Visalia, a Mother's Day Program honorung the parents of the members, and a program for the TUHS student body Club sponsor and durector IS Mrs Lllyan Martinez Front Row J Batista S Staten, F Smsth J Rodrlquez B Walker A Saude, R Plascencla A Nunez, H Meza, H Vasquez, M Young, G Welton 2nd Row J Turk E Woods J Jackson, L Butler C Hampton, P Fuery B Schneider, G Sampson D Smnth F Ford 3rd Row F Allen, J Hafner R Quessenberry, L Jones, J Luiz D Westerllng M Blaine, A Fuery, J M ms, J Jackson 4th Row Mr H Morrell: D Boyer, D Spencer J Shepherd A Mollnar D Robertson, B Suckles Patterson P Shores s-9 , ,K P il , A , w " I H 5 I 'N Y. , . , y 411,18 1 X win I ' I 1 I I 1 , u n n n n n .. , . , . . , . , . , . . . . . . . J. , . , . , . ll . ' Q . 1 . . 1 Q I a . . . . , . 3 . u - . - Q I . . , . . . . . . , . . , . , . , . . , . . . . . . . . . , . , . . , . . I . . . , . . , . , . . . . . , . . . , . , . . . I . . I . . , . . , . , . , J. , . , . . . , T, -9' ,. ,K Z. f - . ss. , fr,,, in 9'- ,s "' 19 -fp, ,, Q 4 , M W5 Sa 0FFlCIALS CLUB FrontRow C Kachadoorua Q ,.,. 4 E ,flu Yum-'sv' r-...H 'W--+-.... J Nage , Blluardu S Fraser A Huatt J Nagel 2nd Row P Na e , M Castleberry S Henrackson, Mass Kerr, B Fraser, S Guerrero l Cortez 3rd Row J Gibson, N Gnbson N Seetz W Taylor, L Hays R Huffsmlth The club as two years old and any gurl lnterested may Joan The gurls must pass wrltten and practucal exams by at least 851 and must successfully complete two sport seasons, one of whuch must basketballl Before becomung eluguble for their Jacket and emblem they may offucnate during G A A season If they wnsh, and may also be sent to offlcuate In elementary schools Offlclals' Offacers are Presudent Jean Nagel Vlce Presldent Irene Cortez, Secre tary Wanda Taylor,Treasurer Phyllls Nagel The club sponsor I3 Mass Margaret Kerr RALLY CLUB One of our newest arrivals us the Rally Club Atthecollege level rally commlttees Introduce new songs and yells, rlgup root :ng sectlon card stunts, sponsor rallles, dances and bonfures, and generally bend over backward to ranse school splrut The Rally Club has had a bonfure, two dances and about l5 rallies for the football and basketball seasons Revuvung nursung, rturlng encouraglng and lnstllll school spvrlt an TUHS have been and wall contlnueto be the club's reason for belng Front Row S LaRue, J Ferguson, B Ferguson J Koeppe A Wales A Ybarra B Inman, l Cortez M Renuker 2nd Row A Lorenzo C Askeland E Lawrence M Hahesy, B Fraser, D Rlch B Rowe B Lawry C Jacobo V Prlce, S Cottengum, S Andreason 3rd Row G Coleman C Thorpe, N Seutz J Glffln, xon r , r, a 4 h R A Rlchmo J Allen, W Brown, J Domnngues, D Linder, P Holland A cwan, Mr Knudsen WSE t as L - . we W - , K L s . i -. K , . ' X l . f 1' G 4 NAA, x W, , ,. 5 M K. V if F A li t - B f N45-Q as T ' 1 , ' n, . l J. ' ' ', . , . ' , . . 1 . g I , , , ' ' . . , . . I - l . y 0 . , n I g I . 1 K - be . . I u s o ' I ' ' . 9 " ' " ' ' . . . . v - ' nu , , . . . ng I . . . , . , . ' , . , . . , . . : . , . , . , . . . ' , . , 1 , . , . ' . ' . . I . , . . ' , . ' ' B.Ni , I.Ko te S.Frase A.Hi tt. t ow: . ' nd, . . l - l I I y I- I l :2 'Z 4' X Zara. 'Q of A fi lb an 'Cf' 'ir Q7 ' , M , 4 'If' M K. 'CF' x J." ..- cy x . , is Q 'st - m . B ' 6 ? ,C ob 1 Q Lf. 'ff. 7 E 1' ' , , I n , - 7. SPANISH CLUB FrontRow C Legarretta R Balza, H Peralta M Garcla, A Ybarra 2ndRow R Duran, H lnfante, C Jacobo, E Trujullo M Costales, A Lomas 3rd Row V Wmken 0 Kee'e T Medrano, A Ruchmond Mr Eluceche TENNIS CLUB Flrst organlzed IH I952 the Tennls Club has as Its prumary objectuve the pro motlonof unterest In the sport especially among boys and g rls st ll attend: g elementary schools Thus year because of the unusually large number of students partlclpatlng In tennis at TUHS the club has undertaken the task of rausung extra funds to provlde suffuclent balls an ex tremely expensuve stem so that practuce need not be curtailed Many members do not seek places on the Tennus Team but look upon tennas as wholesome recreation with a deflnlte carryover to adult life Sponsor of the club as Jack Sheley Thus club was organazed for the furst tume thas year lts members are from all Spanash classes and former students of Spanlsh The purpose as to be of service to others as well as provudnng entertain ment for nts members Parties and a plcnlc at Mooney Grove ma e up part of the soclal calendar Christmas gnfts were made up and delivered to needy chnldren The club augmented nts treasury by having the concesslon twice at basketball games Front Row S Smith K Hutsell S Avila C DeLand C Rose M Castleberry, S Henrackson 2nd Row L Ranosa, A Lopez, T Medrano, T Bergman, S Levun, B Emmerson, G Coleman, R Lynch 3rd Row D Coffee, J Turk, G Thomas, D Bryant, L Jones, D Bergman 4th Row T Scheudt, W Emken W Brown J Phillips E LaRue C Emmerson Mr Sheley , . . , s l , 0 o y n n o n . , .. I , I n , n n n u a g . A , n n , . . . 7 1 " n , - I I n ' . . ' 1 d . V . . . -- . . . . . . . . . . . , . , . , . , . , . . . . . . . . ..... . . l l ' . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dv- K"-re rw! x'-14 I 1 Ll ACTIVITIES , ,. , V , ,A 7f 1 I r I ,, . 4 Y , . f " ,' 1 jf , 1 Hx I 'II ,af , . I fy A111 xl , V 61" Q , , ,f . I , , 5 IX . . I 'fix 4. I " ' A J '- cf ' I N ,g 1 J " 1 . . .A , I J , I , I . I fb IQ, f'1..'g-of v ' If f , f-J , . I 1 DV! 16,1 J ,. , tl 3 I ' J V f 24 'H X A ,JZ ,I I 1" . I , f 1 :LQ A f 1 "' ' f mf , . f 1 . ,if , Mag gd! 1? . I "f2laaii5lfi5?i5'iw wifi M j fklvj AFW?59HLl 1 kj N jx ak ,, X SL! .V , Qing! I X " ffl-'ZXJ j Ja ky 70 - -- v7 fflfs , f,g , - , if rf 34,f'fL I s, X I -3' , ry K X, 'Z , , 1-Lu'-Q X b Jxxx , I KX V X YV K Q ,-,f ,N 1'f q fng I Q r ' 1 4. f al , l- A f r N ff 1 fy U S 11 3 Q, A J f 1 if , 1 X my 1 ,L ,B X c X e fix fs a ml L 'nlgyt was 'Filili4,i the Broadway hit aboutfa psychop thlcfkjller, was the play chosen fb :gig Figurine many activities bf -this year fenior Class. y Th! s one por the play was set by David fPeterso , a judge of one of the higher Courts of England. Gary Sampson portrayed the part of the killer, who murdered an elderly hypochondrlac, played by Pat Williams Pat's nuece, Sue Vllllams fell In love with Gary much to the disgust of her humorous admirer, Dennls Robertson Gary was apprehended by Joe Domlngues, an inspector from Scotland Yard and Barbara Rowe and Blllle Overstreet added humor to the mystery The play was durected by George Pappas wnth the assistance of Bette Lewus and Carol Llggett student dnrectors and Mass Loss Thompson Senior Class Advasor, and Mrs Anne Pappas who was lh charge of set design ll' WnfHw ALL ,ra 0 ' 5 TW "fill E J ' Q W it Q, Q Everyone volced the opnnuon that 'Meet Ne in St Louns', thus year's Junior class play was a brilliant success Written about a fanlly llvlng an St Louls during the World's Fair of I904, the show was colorful with costunnng and anteruor decoration of the pernod Action and tanang were the best The story began wath the father's announce nent that the family was to move to New York for business reasons Because of romantic activities and the desnre to remain for the faur, the four daughters hoped to ruln his plans Their scheming trucks resulted in hllarious comedy George Pappas was the darector, assnsted by Lonearl Jeffries and Lois Preddy Class sponsor and art director was Mrs Ann Pappas Qi. l 11 in ff!-by 4 :Aff , gf! if? ff! .gy- H a, A l if A 1 5 A I egg Q. A X 5 .Jwwws.xldi1f4 Q, , 'P 3 ix: 425'- wf.w,:a,X M.. . X, ,V .. sh. x i 3 Backward Ilance The annual Backward Day and Dance were the hughllghts of the Glrls' League's many actlvutues thas year Backward Day also the first day of rung for Tulare Hugh fo nd a l gurls dressed an brsght cotton dresses carrying books opening doors and walking the boys to class That was only a small part of all the thungs the gurls dad for the boys ey took the fellows to dinner and to the dance and showed them all a good time Joyce Baumgarten was chairman for the dance thus year She worked very hard maklng decorations and durectlng the decoratnng of the gym The theme was Candy Land and Joyce's efforts were very greatly rewarded for the dance was a huge success enjoyed by all who attended 3 5 Q l f L . . qi -K T.: g:., ' V . ' , :EV . W ...,, ' 6 Q4 Q V ii 1 Q 1 .-'. 1 F hu N I D J '93 a- A 5 5 . . . 1 ' sp ' ' , u I the 's s La .. I f , i . ' . . . . Th D, , Q , 3' fl' MQW 7 igrlarrxq ...X M 1 fi lv! Wuth 'Flnuan's Raanbo Tulare High School entered the musical comedy fneld and scored a great success The Mlxed Chorus wlth the support of the orchestra, the art department, and a dancing ensemble and with exceptlonal lnghtung sound effects and costumnng all combuned theur talents to present an outstandnng produc tuon Nonnette Fasso and Larry Parrush played the leading roles, and Louns Sweet Gary Sampson, Denise Reed, Jack Reeves, John Batista, Eloulse Brooks, and Kenneth Caudle were excellent in important sup- porting roles. 4 1 A if YZ 5 4 J,,,,. r"""F'k 'Xe Q ' ' , as y - FA, wWf'i fffff S we ,Q 'se :Ns y'mywn ...,, M yy, f- A K 5:1 V X 1 ,X A .' I i P iw 'fY . ,SN ' 'l jk. , S A PMEEQQQ gm 5293 l it ',' PW 55,1 fl If .E .9 . .V , ' f l . ' S ' ' 5 Aug ' ,1 x ,A A A sf, ' 4 I 3 .I ,V is ,ev ,. ,Q iw ... . as sale E? :FE v, isa 4 U . ' . . Y , . . . . . ' Photograph ffl!! The Photography classes have been very busy this year, especially taking pictures for the Argus. The boys who worked all year taking pictures of football games, basketball games, track meets, dances, and other activities are Bob Northern, Monte lchinaga, Loren Rush, and John Brewer. The Photography l classes worked all year taking pictures to illustrate various ohasesof their class work and assignments. Qwfl Qi :if give 1 an HHH The actlvutles of the Publlc Speaking Class were not lnmuted to the classroom Several members partucnpated un communuty and unter scholastuc contests Lson's Club Knights of Pythuas Native Sons of the Golden West Stanford Unuversnty, Merced Hugh School Rupon Hugh School Hanford Hugh School San Francisco State College The unnts covered un class led from the lnformal to the formal, such as types of conversatlon discussion, public address to oratory debate and unterpretateon ff A fillllil Drama Class started the school year by presenting a one-act old fashioned Melo- drama, 'Her Fatal Beauty' and oleo acts. This was followed by a full length chil- dren's play The Clown Who Ran Away for elementary school children ln March a one act play, 'Mooncalf Mugford' was taken to the tournament at Pasadena Play house In April a series of one act plays were presented for the University Women Il Humemakmg Tulare Hugh offers a famnly centered Homemaklng program for amprovnng home and family llvlng Unlts and actlvltles a e planned to meet the gurls' present needs and nnterests as homemakers and theur near future personal and famuly responsnbnlu nes L arnnng by doang and lufe l e satuatnons are duplicated un the class room Studentscan apply knowledge acqunred from these experuencesto actual sltuatlons ln their own homes Nsxxrscy yt XR' The Vocatlonal Agruculture Course ns designed to help place a boy an a success ful farmung sutuatlon upon completion of hugh school work Thus as accomplished wnth the help of several ands The enghty acre school farm laboratory provides practlcal expernence un developung neces sary farm skulls both un crops luvestock an nn agricultural mechanlcs Another and as he student's own home farmung enter prlse, whach as requured of hum so that he may specualuze along a lane which he chooses and gnves hum a start towards Independence early In lufe The Future Farmers of Amerlca program developes aggressive agricultural leadership, pro motes cooperation and thruft among members, and provides a wholesome typeof recreation for nts members These and stlll others are beung used today to do the job of developing perhaps the most Important single group of people nn the world today the American Farmer Agriculture - y xx ye. 'W -sm 3' , .Y ,Aa yr' , I J g? fre 5 X wi- aw Q FM... New ui f 'N-Q... n ustrla Boys wishing to make a career in the industrial field have an opportunity to do so hereat'Tulare High School Our school's and provides a four year program All Industrial Freshmen enrollin General Shop Their next year they have a choice of Auto Mechanics, Metal Shop, Mechanical Drawing, Radio and Electricity Woodwork and Carpentry Even though we are over crowded Tulare Hlgh's Industrial Department ranks with the best schools in the state We are fortunate this year to have a new Auto Mechanics building which provides more room for students and will enable us to L4 offer more activities ff' , 45 fsiefrg , 2 . 11' f 9 4+ . 5 A r f V' 5' kqx 1 n , 5 g gpuv , g , i 2. l II ' I . l Vocational Training Department is complete . . . Lx . . . , ' Q I v 1 . . . x . la, , J- ' 'I . . . ' 4 1 lk!! ,Q b X WL . 5 nf . Stage Craft Stage Craft IS an lnterestang and un usual course offered at Tulare Hugh School Under the durectcon of Nelson Witte thas class IS designed to teach theories and practucal operatuon of stage managing Special stress IS placed on production of our school plays, assemblies, and programs, and students learn the technsques of lnght ang and sound effects The school benefuts greatly by thas class, for they are very helpful and efflclent and gave up much of thelr tumetodlrect and produce sufflcnent lughtung and sound effects for all the I J J . . . v . programs held in the auditorium. , I. U' xg 1 W X-Zfy , Q1 WQWW vain Ilrlver lrammg Druvers from T U H S won the Tu are County Road Day 0 contest with an lmpres slve 4905 points out of a possible 550 Orosa Hugh was 2nd with 483 points and Portervnlle 3r wuth 48I pounts Ot er scores were Woodlake 480 Lindsay 4705 and Vusalla 4375 The trophy a gold cup mounted on a walnut base was presented to Mr Earl Mcdunkln by Mr J Post Wzlllams County Superintendent of Schools Durlng the year the Druver Tralnlng Classes have been learning the basuc fun damentals of good drlvlng Stopping re actlon tests sugnallng at all turns and learnnng to be consuderate to other drnvers and pedestrnans are but a few of these good druvung habnts pk -.de liihmv Business ldusatmn The Business Education department has three fields of specualuzatuon Merchandusnng for students interested on selling Secretarlal for those desurnng shorthand leading to secretarnal posntlons and Clerncal for those interested In general offuce work An attempt is made to gave all students graduatung nn the department actual business experience through part time Jobs down town, nn the student store, or IH school offuces Many students outsude the department take one or two busuness subjects as electuves ss K! GT , vga f . ., as s:t1l ,ms ,.,. xx R Q Z .,., .. .:s.:s A E,.: .:,s:s 1 . I ,IIE '45 , . A ..... : :---,., g '.A, , ' , X .. ...g. , - :-: .' W : ' ' U C n n I e : e . . : . . . . . . Thls is the second year of the intra mural sports or 'play offs between teams uuthnn the school' that have been added to the Glrls' Physical Educatlon Department The sports take place during noon period and gurls compete agannst wunnung teams from other periods to find a champuon of the school Games are scheduled between groups of comparable skull an basketball volleyball, speedball hockey and paddle handball Wlnners of each peruod have their puctures on panels un the gymnasuum sem: funalcsts are rewarded by plctures un the War whoop funal wunners are an the Argus tl abr Zn Z M.. flgfb GITIS Intramural X U' 'W , I , rs I. . i i I , n . I . . ' ,1h,f V' f . 'Q ' w ,, , ,, it ,. . 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'N-synth ,, yan' - , A' K I' i ' 1 f ' ,Wg , . -. 1, ,eJ7,m Q 3 4 i.. is xg?44 , ' sqf'V is -iw' fn, .L I , , v - ,mgvvfns "l ' l f H' - f i'fml.?:'i-'Mg' ' gh' kia ' . f Q ' ' if ' 3- I u'u:,,t-,,,T,.I!.., 39 3,-,.u"a5 nr N -:ls 'g-lligl K-'i 'ii sn' .ia Q il u: l ,---'.r 1-nllllll The Gurls' Physucal Educatuon Depart ments offer a wude varuety of actuvutues, eam, un uvudual dual, and rhythmuc Adjustments are numerous to unduvudual abuluty and condutuon of health wuth close cooperatuon wuth the nursung offuce Many of these actuvutues may beused for leusure as well as audung un adolescent develop ment Emphasus us placed on attutude skull and wholesome boy gurl relatuonshups Plu suuzal lduuzatuuun Wrestlung was guven the Frosh and Red groups thus year In the opunuon of the unstructors ut was one of the best actuv utues offered thus year The wude accept ance of the Hugh School Wrestlung Team us an outgrowth of the teachung un the P E program Speedball was untroduced unto the Boys' program thus year and was receuved wuth great enthusuasm A fast runnung and very actuve sport, ut helped keep the boys warm throughout the colder months Ntxlu-'kv 3. HW B K I I A Q I .. 'fj':""'w '- , e Q 0 . ' . . - P. E. ' ' ,7n uggiil Y me -fry? , t 1 d u u ' 5 . 'Ll' -9 ,v I 4 u l 0 K . . . . 0 r 1 . I . - . I - 1 V x ' 1 H3 The health program as carrued on by the combined efforts of the admunastratnon teachers, counselors, students and the school nurse Health Services are super vssed by Mrs Clara Francls the school nurse Her dutues are to counsel woth all students returnung to school following an absence due to illness or accident She also works wuth the counselors nn plannung a functlonal schedule for handicapped students Other servlces avallable are fnrst and, vlslon and hearung testung, and assustance lh securing correctlons of defects through the help of servuce organnzatnons an the community Mrs Halma Helland is the receptnonest ln the nurse's offlceandmany sensor gurls help Mrs Francis keep an accurate record of the activities an her department 1. , x04 9 N 5 VZ-4 WARWHQQP i REDSKIN j ll ' n VCL. 32 The Journalism Class, under the direc- tion of Race Kent, published the weekly War whoop with the able assistance of the Tulare High School Photography department. Special class editions were introduced for the first time this year Outstanding students from each class were picked and featured in these special class editions Editors of these Class War Whoops were Jo Ellen Ferguson, Seniors Lonearl Jeffries, Juniors Anne Ewan,Sophomores, and Barbara Welch Freshmen Especially effective this year were issues with colored front pages which were used for the Color Day and Christmas editions Irneese Jones served as Editor of the unuaf' Ss MISS IRNEESE JONES STAFF Editor Irneese Jones Sponsor Race Kent Claudette Abel Shirley Bearce Roy Benz Jo Ann B11iard1 Connie Cuevas Anne Ewan Jo Ellen Ferguson Sharon Fraser Terry Hubbs Ruth Ann Huffsmith Pat lathias Blondina lonteiro Barbara Jean Smith lary Tristao and Barbara Welch Staff photographers are Bob Northern lonte Ichinaga and Loren Rush Photozraphy supervisor Don Prev of Igunnuuq . u . u . . . 1 . 1 I ' , , u . . . n u v 1 v r ' ' ' o u a ' I 0 n 0 u - 1 u v n . 1 af Q , 15 ,M ' I It 4 le 5 r 1 is , ' ' ' ,,Q'.'.'7"1 5 . xl . s , 'ix 3 Y , , . , ' Qsggiisikk Y' m ,NW 0 ff W Lg wo? .,,, y-,L , fl Yglflf .Vg ! -we Mai QM -+f3Z"'S3f'.s Rku 4 fe HHS For the Cadet Corps thus has been the best year yet Enrollment hut the peak of l55 offucers and men Morale has been ex ceptuonally hugh Actuvuty progress was shown un the development of a Drum and Bugle Corps to provude fueld musuc Thus group took part un many school and communuty mulutary functuons A long awauted ambltuon was realuzed second semester when the Corps moved unto theur new undoor 22 caluber rufle range Nm. 5 ll l'i aww l gf Q x ' .L The Junlor Band has grown, an the past four years from thlrteen members to one hundred ten Thus as the first year that they have been un uniform Thlsyeardunlor Band has marched at severalof the football games and Ih parades both at home and out of town Thus band as made up of students wuth less expernence than thoseun advanced advanced band next year band. Many of them will move up to the means-www-1 Qwwww , UL NRE. HEUSKXNS ff -M ,JJ , fjlr! 3 wad' am f His n . P15 if 9 ' I 4 "X 0" egg Y v-S! 'iv '-F kv ,rl - "' N" Ks "f 11 .' , - vt ' ,I s lxv. .x I 15, Q. f 5 , . ' ",-gi 51.55 Y, ' 9. aff, '- -1 M x? ' 1 Q A"H.1t':v. Q "fishy X 3 an 4' 3' .n f Q ., 1 ,. Q 'wfqf' --- --.4-. --. .. W wi gi if 18 1 1191 45 me I Q. S' xv ' I li' LK - ,av The Tulare Redskin Band, consisting of one hundred members, is known statewide for its outstanding marching and concert ability. In thepast year, besides marching at all the football games, they placed first in the Santa Maria, Porterville Dinuba, and Hanford parades They received a first place in showmanshlp at the Long Beach Band Review As a concert band they received a first division in the regional festival at Hanford and a first division at the State Festival in Berkeley, in both playing and sight reading The band was selected by the California Music Educators, to present a concert at their statewide convention in Bakersfield mm SQ iw QA' use-ffm 55332 22? QE GORDON LOWE C Miami fmt w,3, 355619, 'K f'Muqg ,hui we fir-cr "'-A all , --I W -ui., M H as 'f was ' """'l-f 151W "' p igm Q I 'rv I ' ' TS- W AQ 1 l 11,5-MIuIhIliii-'M ,WZ 'III IIIIIIIII A dan W A H-sal' Mmm Y ,Kun 'sri Q. 3 ww 'Uv im, QQ rmbvgx T 'wg :pl 45 1 MISS CAROLE Ll GGETT I M WFQQEQNN M, E -aa mix :2 529545 .L if wg 1 mga ag SEIBW "' fx aliiiav M gee if H5 Us -Ja 5? ima We A WWW MQ e MM umm-6,0 .""'-Q is Vlad, may L G' Sift' iw use aim? 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A' wf's,':s':i? 63331 4.23, wgjfxdi Lf ' 'M 1 ' ' - ' QQ e,,45aA ff Q f is Q nf X ' , as , ., 'f www - Afeewfaaesaafew ' h Aww- ,f f W f I mfModcrato biLPMQHMwwIAalilfJ merfflefw it llrchestras sl 35-51-5-B-55.5 LJ PAQ F-I it E5 X 1 0 .5 51? if fs ii., QUT lm f The Tulare Hugh School Orchestra was active group thus past year They recenved a f r t d b th l d ht 1 s IVISIOD an o p aynng an sag readung ln both the regional at Hanford and state festival at Berkeley last year is 'B 5 j sudes pl yung lh the festivals e ify- orchestra p esented a concert at Back T Sch l Nu ht la ed f r b th th J r oo g p y o o e unlo and Senior Plays and assusted with the dance program They also played a very g.p, H 5 4 lmportant part an the presentation of Brlgadoo f 2 .tzmfyng its gt,tvQ yj1?,t g ,tsp Q 25 syosts T A g on Q53 ,Q sggg, g,a sssss yi, -Z-Tatum -I ggvs. it tif llll TQQQ S 7 SE ,Lrjl : yu frm WT Tiff wma. J T J so o , H Wren - an 1' j f ...'. ' . f My ,sei Qggwie of Q Be' 5 ai - I tr 553 T so s 1 GORDON LOWE ,gli mi wing' MISS JUDITH MACHADO w-:QW AEP' L w """'?'4E 9?-YZ 19 ""?:'f5s E I M M . E ME W sr 'W "'H'x'f-:I The Vocal Musuc Department had one of uts most outstandung and successful years under the fune durectuon of Eugene Jones The Senuor Muxed Chorus had many opportu es to dusplay theur talents T began the year by partucupatung un the All County Chorus at the Teachers' lnstutute ne of our students Floyd Smuth was chosen as a solust for thus occasuon At the Armustuce Day football game the chorus sang patruotuc songs wuth the band accompanyung them for the half tume festuvutues Next on the agenda for the chorus was a Thanksguvung Program for the A S B and at Chrustmas the Vocal Department uouned wuth the Instrumental Department un presentung a program for the publuc The chorus made theur debut on T V at Chrustmas tume and later un the year was asked for a repeat perfonnance .1 WM We EUGENE JONES The chorus then sang for Adult Week End School to an enthusuastuc crowd Sprung Serenade and the Musuc Festuval at Exeter were two bug events of the year The Vocal Department whuch us composed of Senuor Muxed Chorus, Gurls Glee Club and oys Glee Club all receuved superuor ratung at Exeter The smaller ensembles gurls truo boys quartet muxed quartet as well as solo :sts all were awarded hugh ratungs by e Festuval judges The smaller ensembles an solousts made many appearances durung e year before servuce clubs churches an other groups throughout the communuty boys quartet especually was popular an was much un demand for publuc appearances l max ye the musuc Brugadoon wuth Nonnette Fasso and Bull Gentry as leads was guven ! MISS RUTH ANN NUFFSMITH The Argus Staff of i954 is very proud of their book. Everyone has worked hard to make it a success and to produce a book that the students will long remember. There were approximately 60 members of our staff this year, and with each one doing his partwe saved many hours. We are grate- ful to Mr. and Mrs. McGrew who worked many nights so that we could meet our deadline. Much credit should be given our sponsor and advisor, Mr. Race Kent. RACE KENT ' It The staff consists of: Ruth Ann Huffsmith, Editor: Terry Hubbs, Assistant Editor: John Peebles, Art Editor: Everett LaRue, Faculty Editor: Loretta Hays, Senior Editor: Jim Shepherd,Junior Editor: Mike Shannon, Sophomore Editor: Eva Coleman, Freshman Editor: Elaine Lawrence and Margaret Castleberry, Club Editors, David Peterson and Larry Jones, Activities Editors: Robert Franklin, Boys' Sports Editor: Mary Ann Hodges, Girls' Sports Editor: Joyce Stirnemann, Dance Group Editor: and Nancy Seitz, Barbara Welch, Carolyn Miguel, Karen Peterson, Laurel Grant, Charlene Driscoll, and Sidney Levin who were always gracious to help. Much credit should be given to the Photography Departmentwhodid a remarkable job on all the pictures in this book. Working with instructor Don Frew, who spent many long hours printing the pic- tures, were Monte lchinaga, Jim Brewer, and Bob Northern. MRS BERNICE M GREW DON FREW C I BUD Mc Argus Staff K 'Q , '-Z' . if ff' "I" Ja' ff, f' Q ,f i J 1' 3 . C ' 5.4 4 ia X Q 'X' . ' 16 fl' I - - ' ' GREW ,la X Hx famullar spot to many Tulare H School students IS the lubrary whlch pro es materials for use u all class There as a large reference section and a good supply of varaed types of magazines well as many flctnon and non fact books of all sorts This year nnneteen sensors worked the library class and became acquainted with many phases of llbrary work Tulare High is happy to welcome back ss Ruta Atkvnson w o last year was on a leave of absence Frequently overlooked b t a very m ortant section of the library s e textbook room From there all textbooks are distributed by Mrs Betty Lowe for use In the classrooms. I sl 'K ,mx flaw ?"""'Y""!1 """-. Wfv X5 xii SENT D is-. ff' hu..-IHA i AE -...sunk EL ...,...J HIIHISODI 'BQ 94 W , V- ff -354 - 'J , V - .Y:V-.-1,-.VV-.':3f,4N.:,3V. V V X ' '--If -' F-'VV:' U1-7-Vw?-,-V-W -V V-"--- 4 ' gg' Q V VV.V, V -.,- V V V, ,f QNX- x .4-gb .- 4 .au -Un., 1- xxx. 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If I , . .,.:,,E:,..., , A I V4 N ,. - ,I ,:,I.i 1 " I :---I.,., I I,DV .VI-: D,I.l., I I' I I EVV E ' -' :... y I W I I If A V - if ,Q 7.7 A A 1 A iuxrv I-Zh: Q5 ,. qi , ' ff k 4 8 ww i Q W rs 'fl I ,X 'fn' I . I s enior iD f.Ln .41.' H a C ilk 3: !'lf1 vii I 5? , A! 1 W.. Q flh- IDS '1 IE' ., f' mm S? MW w-w-,hw 55 NEIL ANDERSON JOHN ALLEN RAY CROUSE JACK FELIPE JOHNNIE GARCIA DON HAMILTON DON JARRETT JOE LUIZ FRED PAGGI DON PROCTOR JAMES RAMOS JONNNIE RODRIQUEZ ALVIN SAUDE GLENN SCHOTT BILL SICKLES JOE SOUZA DON SPENCER CARLOS VASQUEZ , .PTF r A A f - ,,'. Z 4 I- we 1-A A , , if 1 M if It Ai I, , I in - A K il .L :LQ , , f , lv Y T W q ' -A . 1 Q Eiga "" iffmimg Qi' I I I I.,I,.I:, . , 4 I I 1 s f ,A A 5 A J 3 I,.,: I 2 A ,. f-N si W 'I X I r Y ,, T Jil' ffm ggg Eimwifgx A. if ,," 1 W I 5 5 4 QQ Qmww Front Row A Saude, F Ford, J Garcla J Felipe, G Schott, J Souza 2nd Row D Spencer, L Goulart, D Coulter, Coach Lannung, Coach My Coach Coley, D Proctor, L Coelho J Mums 3rd Row D hamilton, C Vasquez, D Vesterlnng, F Paggu, B Slckles R Crouse, R Borges, J Luiz, R Quessanberry A Mollnar 4th Row J Allen D Slckles, J Hafner, D Richmond, F Sllth J Batista The Tulare High School Redskins spent thus year buildlng up the team next year wlll be the year In which they prove themselves snnce there wlll be many returnlng players In splte of many losses this season, we should be proud of our team, for they never lost their splrlt or determination to glve the best In them The 'Skins have a substantnal record of 3 wlns and 6 losses The season's captaans were Do Proctor and Jack Felupe The season started well with a convincing 30 0 wln over Madera Vusalla defeated us lh the clos ing minutes of the second game, I2 I9 A jour ey to Sanger brought a 6 I2 loss for us The same thlng happened In Shafter, the score 6 I9 At home again, Delano brought us defeat I2 I4 Portervulle barely beat us 6 7 These games were lost because of blocked punts Tulare, tired of benng beaten, put up a hard fight but League leadung Taft won by 5 points, 32 27 Tulare's last two hone games were success full flrst a wun over Arvln, 39 6, and the upset of the year, Tulare over East Bakersfield, I9 6 Even If Tulare's score wasn't the best, they had a total ofI57 points to their opponent's lI5 g I 3 A U . n - ' n - The Papooses made a great improvement over last years team they won four games, lost four games and tied one In the farst game of the season Tulare de feated Madera 24 0 The second game was not so vlctoruous they lost to Vlsalna 7 0 after a good battle The next game Tulare overpowered Sanger 20 7 After a close game wuth Shafterthe Papooses came out on top 7 0 Tulare was defeated by Delano In the flrst league game 6 0 The Papooses worst game of the season was with Portervnlle where they were defeated I9 0 The next game was wnth T t wsth a tie score of 6 6 Tula in h followung game stomped Arvan for a wnnnlng score of 20 7 The Papooses closed the season by loslng to East Bakersfleld I3 0 At the Annual C 0 S Puntung Contest Tulare's rx Gary Welton of the Papooses took fnrst place with a punt of 53 yards The Papooses weakest pount was the lack of ex perlence they had only two seniors playung The team was made uplnostly of freshmen and sophomores Captains were Mooney Young and Henry Vasquez and coacheswereCarroll Stowellandwnndell Jones Several of the boys will be playing varsity next year Front Row B Welch, A Cotton, L Rlbelro, A Nunez, M Anderson, M Young 2nd Row R Walker E Borges, J Rodriguez, H Vasquez, S McClure 3rd Row B Pittman, M Sllva, J Lalrd, D South 4th Row D Zackary, L Butler, B Taut, Coach Stowell R Archer 5th Row W Yeary, R Rogers, M Howard, Co ch Jones, J Keathley, J Jackson 6th Row C Laird D Nagel, 6 Welton R Mount, H Meza 7th Row J Craig, A Lopez, J Peoples, P Fuery, B Schneuder, J Patterson, B Biggs ' -. ' KN, . ' . . - , gxxx af i' ' - . u - . . rdQ t e - , - 3 . , . . . . -I J fly Front Row K Ballew B Hull R Campbell, D Forrester R Aldaco 2nd Row Coach Morrell: C Booker, L Vanderhoofen, C Arenas H Overstreet B Belezzuoll 3rd Row G Smith J Casndy T Wltten, Coach Tucker J Quessenberry 6 Tnenken K Cleaver 4th Row J Turk, G Mangrum Hawkins, J Stephenson, R Henderson J Patterson 6th Row L McClave D Watson C Meza H Martunez J Campbell G Henderson 7th Row S Levln B Perryman J Souza R Costello The C Class team under the coaching of Herb Morrell: and Ed Tucker had a season record of 2 wuns and 4 losses Tulare 26 Horth Bakersfneld 0 Tulare Delano 6 Tulare Bakersfield I9 Tulare Taft 0 Tulare East Bakersfield I2 Tulare 0 Arvln 26 : . , . ' , . . , . . : ', L.Hewsone, J.Thompson, R.VanHouten, T.Hinkle, D.Reed. 5th Row: W.Cartwright, K.Hilliams, 0 7 . 7 7 . CLEAVI DAVE BUYER BILL EUBANKS JOHN PEEBLES JOHNNY RODRI 3 GARY The Tulare Hugh Varsuty basketball team had a successful year under Coach Ernue Lambrecht and co captauns Gary Sampson and Bully Eubanks In league play Tulare won 7 and lost 5 games for 3rd place and durung the second round of play we were undefeated Dennus Robertson was the league's leadung scorer and Bully Eubanks tued for second Robertson was furst strung on all league tell end Eubanks was second strung Gary Sampson won 7th scorer un the league and on the all league'e 3rd strung Tulare's vuctorues were Orosu 30 20 Woodlake 30 I8 Exeter 85 65 Vusalua 52 44 Poftervllle 56 52 and 54 45 Arvun 52 40 Bakersfield 54-52 East Bakersfueld 60 5I Delano 62 49 Taft Sl 57 The losses were Vusalua 44 47 Roosevelt 4l 52 and 30 32 Reedley 33 48 Eduson 57 76 Fresno 4I Arvun 43 47 Bakersfueld 45 7 , Eas Bakersfueld 54 6I Delano 4l 42 Taft 50 60 Tulare Hugh was very proud of the team, espec ually the second round when they were undefeated The team was always tryung forvuctory and because of theur good sportsmanshup they brought much honor to Tulare Hugh School I i Front Row 6 Sampson, B Eubanks, H Babb, D Robertson 2nd Row KK Elluott J Shepherd J Peebles, A Fuery 3rd Row Coach Lanbrecht A Molinar, D Boyer, C Belyeu T lelte 39- 5' - F - g - : : -- 1' t fNX E' fu 9 l Vars f u UD lg l , T ul Q 6 H" 'wa "u""!l! Front Row P Fuery, A Nunez J Rodrnquez, B Walker, G Welton, R Henderson 2nd Row R Vale manager, M Young F Ford, H Vasquez, J Jackson J Caun 3rdRow Coach Lannnng, B Schneider D Bonwell J Patterson, T Murphy, L Butler The Tulare B class basketball team under the coaching of Joe Lannlng and co captauns Jam Cain and Jay Jackson had a faurly successful year The season went luke this The Papooses beat Vlsalla 47 42 Exeter edley rvln I6 and D ano 49 33 and 44 37 T ft 4l I6 and 8 The Papooses were beaten by Roosevelt 23 Edison 40 43 esno sa la Portervllle 29 37 and 24 3l Bakersfveld 33 46 and 33 52 East Bakersfleld 40 51 and 34 36 The Papooses have a 6 6 record IH the league and receuved fourth place: they have an over-all record of 9 wins and I0 losses. The team was proud of Jim Caun who was the leadnng scorer for the league. Despste many of the close games, the Papooses have always been flghtung for vlctory and have made Tulare Hlgh proud of them. " rin " .... W . . do 9. , A. -'t xg- 1 ,, X ,fa s v J I " -l : I I , 0 I I I I I : 0 I yy I y I I I 7 n I : . I , HJIE QIIII El gin it ii ll ' ' . - 3 , 44- 30: Re , 48-33: A ' , 3l- 35-33: el , - - : a . - 3 -2l. v ' , - : Fr , 36-46: Vi l' , 32-37: J V BASKETBALL Front Row R Whute J Hutsell, L Patterson, 6 Bodane 2nd Row D Mntchell B Maller, J Banfield Coach Kinnan 3rd Row M Blaine J Brewer J Coker J Cottle C CLASS BASKETBALL Front Row H Peralto N Gross J Thompson E Woods H Reed 2nd Row M McFadden, G Brott B Tait D Forrester, E Borges, Coach My 3rd Row D Elliott J Quessenberry, R Costello 6 Tlenken J Barnes C RESERVES 2nd Row P Alvarez T Henkle, G Hood J Campbell O Keefe L McClave G Mangrum 3rd Row R Campbell, R Belyeu W Jones R Melendez, C Mesa 'TF N.. 25. : . ' , . . . ' . : . ' , . ' . : l Q I i I 1 l ' I I : I I ' I 7 I l u : u . , a g , Front Row: B.Searcy, R.Payne, E.Arenas, R.Aldaco, A.Mendoza, V.Correia, R.Franklin. : . , . 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M4 The Varsnty Baseball team under the dlrectuon of Coach Herb Morrell: has done very well thus year They are tied for second an the league at present wuth a 4 2 record They have beaten rced 5 4 Portervllle J C I Fresno H 5 3 Portervulle 6 4 Arvun 6 4 East Bakersfneld Taf I0 7 Llvnngst n I and Hanfo d The team lost to Vusalua 3 5 Portervslle J C Han ord 6 Rooseve t I0 I2 Bakersfne 2 7 Fresno State 7 I3 Fresno State 3 4 Fresno h 4 and t Exeter 2 2 Tulare's putchlng squad as Bennie Rennker Dennus Robertson and Jlm Caudle who have done a fune Job Renuker us top batter of the league at 4001 followed by Mooney Young wnth 3481 Also batting over 3001 are AI Saude Bob Askuns and Gary Sampson III WW Front Row B Renuker C Vasquez H Torres J Rodrlquez M Young B Asknn 2nd Row R Mount artlnho G ampson A Saude R Wy Ile, A Fuery D Roberts L "U"""' Y 'I ll WE I 'N 1 !gg iggggg EEE! ailii: ,MQ Q . " Djfiif' "'XJQ Front Row Coach Stowell J Flanery H Vasquez G Brott A Baradat A Mendoza H Meza 2n Row B Schneader C Sanders A Geels R Campbell H Peralta L Cameron 3rd w Yannagans The Yannagans, J V and B class baseball teams combaned under the coachang of Carrol Stowell have won 7 lost 9 and taed 2 The team was led by Paul Fuery battang 3871 and Armand Mendoza wath 2971 After the farst round of League play the Yannagans are comang out of a slump and are doang good enough to wand up an 2nd or 3rd place an the League Some of the games that have been played exceptaonally well are vans over Hanford I3 I Fresno Hagh 7 4 and a 6 6 tae wath Bakersfaeld There has been outstandang patchang by Henry Vasquez wath a record of 5 vans and 2 losses I ' 4 Y 'Ui f ' X ' x xx X X f 3 xl X X X ' by X "' x " A Y X Kyjx ' v W a d : . ' , . , . , . , . , . . Ro : G.Welton, P.Alvarez, P.Fuery, F.Watanabe, L.Lizardi, R.White. +C l Q -sas-an .as X H 'x 1 g, The Freshman Baseball Team had an excellent year under Coach Max Coley They have won 8 and lost 2 largely due to the batting of Joe Rodello wuth a 5521 average and El nas Arenas with a 5451 batting average and a pltchung record of 2 wlns and no losses and Vernon Correla wlth 3 wlns ang no losses Also batting over 300 are R Van Houten, Al Lopez, Al Mendonca, Jerry Smfth and Ronnne Aldaco Some of the games won were Taft 26 2 Arvun NX. Ma o t t am ws be playing on Yannlgan or Varslty teams next year and will make exceptionally good players WW WWW .r 0155: 4+ 1510 ro-03 SUOOF' Orrgm :mano N451 o . gf'-'F 4 1 3 V m o C 0 11: 1 3 U Q N:-N sa' a. m m C- Z oN 4 3' cn m OFSQ 04-930 "':"Nr: cb -,+ -cz: 0 Sb? it-. G3 wg?-5 3Nun -vm fo- cp I -4 iw! 1 c..n.rn :sob CO1 DIG fp 5 -xv an m mm ea- 4 2.00 --IO -'W '1 3'-Q gm Wa. 1 2," 2.9 :- "" n. 0 o o 2 293 :Sgr I-E: 0-Q 1 I e.. 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Front Row R Melendez, R Plascencla J lrlght R Cortez 2nd Row S Clubb, D Berry, J Barnes, 6 Hood 3rd Row S Bllvado B Renuker, L Parrish, T Karnes, E Ledhetter, T Arce H Soohoo 4th Row D Robertson V Harrison, J Shepherd 6 Mendonca K Elllott D Bllvado Coach E Laabrecht Contrary to most other sports, Cross Country conpetltnon is judged so the team wnth the lowest score wlns the meet members gettlng ponnta accordlng to the order In whuch they cross the flnlsh lane Tulare started the season rught by dbllflf Portervllle 2I 47 Dlnuba and Sanger cane to Tulare to have 99 and 8l pounts respe tively whale Tulare won with only I7 for th 3 three corner meet Later Tulare took Hanford with a score of I5 GI Our furst defeat was at Vusalna, 39-29 In another three way match Portervllle and Delano bowed to Tulare at Portervllle wlth scores of 38 and 72 to our 29 Vusalua was VlCt0FIOQQ with A score of 29 un a competntlon at Tullre over De ano 86, and the Redskins 3I The scores at the Hanford Exchange Club Run were Fresno 35 Vusalla 45 Tulare, 60 Hanford, 88 Sanger, 90 At the Knwanns County Run Visalia was first wlth26 Tulare 33 Delano and Hanford, 86 each A duel neetat Tulare with Dunuba spelled victory for Tulare, I9 50 The fnrst three places an the Valley Meet went to Vusalua, 55 Fresno, 56 Tulare 72 Q15 if lx K I . ', - If nnr, I T T e T U H S A class track team has had a successful year under Head Coach Joe Lannung and assusted by Gene Kunman, Ernue Lambrecht and Ed Tucker They have won the followung meets East Bakersfueld Arvun Vusalua Portervulle took 5th place un 20 30 relays and 6th un the Fresno Carnuvals They lost to Delano, Bakersfueld and Taft Outstandung trackmen are Davud Peterson, sprunter who was 2nd un 20 30's in the l00 yd dash Bull Eubanks hugh Jumper furst ln20 30's Steve Bulvado beaten only once un I80 yd low hurdles Nuke Blaune hugh hurdles Don Spencer shot put and duscus Vuc Harruson and George Mendonca un the mule Tulare us expected to be un the top four at the League meet May I L , ront Row M Blaune R uessenberry L H ll B Euban s S Stat n 2nd Row J Hufn V Harruson J Shepard D Coulter D Peterson, J Brewer E Tucker 3rd Row E Lambrec L Patterson, J Nystrom S Bulvado J Ramos J Allen, D SDGDCGV Absent from varsuty nucture R Plascencua D Sowersby IR Carvalho IG Mendonca ,,,. er ht h .... . Y . ' . . , . : . I 0 Af . , . - . . pf I : . , . . , . - : - . , . ' 5 ' ' 1 . 3 v : . . A T V X F : . ' 1 ,Q , , i , . k , . 6 . I . I . I y ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 9 ' ' : ' u - y ' I v ' v ' ' kxil 'mfr' it-'M D I : . 1 . n 1 - ?. Z! ' ' -27 ' e u Q, -R xp ' ,w 'xg ,ff Q ex ww 2,5 5 , ' g W: S 1 M" M25 W 'NM S N? . ,V Mg -1 6 54? wh Bag X if N Q4rQvQaiFx Q, z Y Y S :F y f'xmf1!a- I f it nf ,. f' I MQ ' Q Eifhwmwaw -.W ,..- v , fr' -V K' in Z5 5 fi' Kgs J' by vga, aug., -Wg ss VF' Q wif, ., The C class track team expects to place among the top three teams in the League this year. The team won the following meets: Porterville, East Bakersfield, Taft, Arvin, and Visalia, and took fourth in the 20-30's and fifth in the Carnival The team lost the Bakersfield and Delano meets Outstanding men were Eddie Woods, broad and high Jumps and the 660, Norman Gross, broad and high Jump, John Thompson sprints, Al Nun z, sprints and low hurdles James Harvey and Ed Borges in the shot put, Gene Tienken pole vault and discus, James Quessenberry discus, Robert Franklin, pole vault and the relay temnofNunez Harvey Gross and Thompson Hlass ras Front Row G Hood R Franklin G Henderson rujillo Zn Row D Hawkins F Borges :B-59 , gf ,viwsf Q, ' '71." f:1,3Q 1' ' N. ,Q Q , A gf .- - leg, 4 fs , 3 . 5 "mls 16 "V, A ' ', .v ,im ,5 V--.15 ,gawk 1 K 4 n. , f X ,-aw, ,, ,V ff, --jg U'-'T ,gr f s , . 3 '--f, . im., ,A T ,X , W . l' -Reg. J . T Hinkle, V Holsonbake L McClave D Payne G Brown J Stephenson E Woods, J Moreno, artinez, R Stuhaan 3 d Row J T mpson N G oss Harvey A Nunez D Bolva J Quessenberry G Tienken G Mark Ld S . , as 7 . l , I e E ' 3 . ' W lf? is ' He : , , ' 1 7 ' 'X 3 .1 f I X1 is I . , I h y n 7 1 ' n 1 ' ! ' ! TuT l. u d : 9 ' 7 -I y ' 1 I' 9 ' ' MIM ' n 1 r : s ho y n r 1 JI 1 ' Y ' . do! Q , n ' y s 0 I 'Nouns-v"" A... sa-J F2 3 Front Row B Swafford B Hull A Padalla J Turk W Overstreet J Long 2nd Row G Mark S Clubb D Berry G Owen M Shannon E Trujlllo 3rdRow Coach M Coley L Cameron P Reyes, M Castro H Meza D Zachary J Saenz N Anderson Nth Row J Allen B Slckles P Shores R Carvalho D Westerllng R Crouse Wrest mg The Tulare High Wrestling Team, headed by Coach Max Coley, had a successful year and tied Roosevelt for the League Champnonshup. Capt. John Allen won the Valley Champlonshlp in the I65 pound class and Ray Crouse brought home 2nd place un the Northern State Tournament at Santa Cruz. Tulare began the season by downing Hanford 22-20. Tulare then went to Roosevelt and lost by a score of I9-24. Back home agaun the mat men knocked off Fresno, 27-l6. Madera came to Tulare to lose by an overwhelmnng score of 36-I6. A journey to Hanford means an easy victory for us, 30227. The last league meet at Fresno gains Tulare vlctory by a huge margln of 32-I3. Tulare took three 2nd places and one 3rd place in the wrestling tournament. This IS only the second year Tulare has had a wrestling team and they have already brought many honors to Tulare Hugh School. lg EE: A f N' L f T , A ,Q N I, Y T M My J . all 1 as I. Front Row D Coffee J Phullups, T Bergman G Thomas T Scheudt W Emken D Bryant, R Trammell 2nd Row S Avula T Medrano R Lynch M Castleberry, B Inman, C DeLand enruckson C Rose, K Hutsell ay or d ow She e S Levun J Batu a E LaRue W Overstreet W Brown W Cartwrught J Turk B Luehe Mr W Jon s Startung wuth fall practuce and a full tume coach Jack Sheley Kun addutuon to the regular seasonal coach Wundell Jonesl the Redskun Tennus Team came through wuth anexcellent record despute the loss of several key players by transfer to schools Up to Aprul 26th the team had I2 vuc torues seven defeats and two tues lnduvudually T U H S players had won I22 matches lost 89 and tued three In Southern Yosemute League competutuon, where the boys and gurls play separately the gurls team was undefeated and led wuth four straught vuctorues over Delano East Bakersfueld Taft, and Portervulle The most satusfactory wun was the ten to two defeat of Hanford, the furst un over twenty years In addutuon, Corcoran, Dunuba and Orosu were beaten twice, Lundsay was tued and the gurls trummed Exeter and Shafter Larry Jones the only senuor on the squad, and Junuor Rosemary Lynch were elected co captauns SIH ' . , . : .. I .v S W.T l Uflljti R Qjgiccutj Front Row Mr D Frew, 0,Keefe P Bulllngsley B Peacock Back Row D Elllott, R Brown, K Elliott M Shannon, M Matusko showed much improvement over last year The team was formed last year and most of the team re turned Although they dudn't have much expervence they have had a very successful year Thus year's team under the guidance of Oscar Edmanster had a fanr season Thus team partucnpated In dual meets with Lindsay Vlsalla Bakersfaeld East Bakersfield Portervulle an Taft They also participated ln the League meet at East Bakersfueld and the Yosemute Dlvusaonal meet at Fresno Outstanding swnmmers were Bud Patterson, Bob Ward and Max Dernchswealer Duvers were Joe Monger and Don Caldwell Front Row J Asay D Kreller B D vndson R S lva J Lewis W Beck 2nd Row J Nut er, D Morrow L Baumgarten B Brown J Souza D Thompson 3rd Row B Patterson D Caldwell J Monger M Derlchsweller E Horton, B Snckels Coach Edmnnlster 4th Row D Westerlung, M Kelso H Perry, B Ward M Ormonde 5th Row L Glad A Vandenberg ,' f A D . .. , , cw.-ills' L, ' : . . , . ' ' , . . : . ' - 0 Under the coaching of Don Frew, the golf team . y . I u l ' . . I ' . . , . . , - 7 . Y . Y d : . , . , . a ' , . i , . ' , . . : . t c , n , p y 1 y I a : I y U 7 . , . ' ' , . . ' , ' ' . : . ' . , . . , . . : . , . . li' X f Thelma Elliott Joan Black Peggy Kerr Lslyan Martinez Kalnope Candianudes I Hiildm 41" 'Qtr 1'-"' Girls Athletic Association Credit for the success of G.A.A. this year is largely due to the helpful guidance of the sponsors, Miss Thelma Elliott, Mrs. Lilyan Martinez, Miss Kaliope Candianides, Mrs. Joan Black and Mass Peggy Kerr. Each one was quite helpful and offered expert advice and helped the managers with their sports. Every year the sponsors take on extra work in helping with 6.A.A. and each year they do an excellant job. The girls are very greatful for the time and energy that is spent on them, and they are thankful that they have such a well rounded program for their enjoyment. i nfl. ' i',MN .I . . N -1.5:g., :E:' .. 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W.. -X A 5: N. - W . , .... . ,..,. .....,. ,. x -V - .,1f- .... .......,,.. : PE 'ii ""' I Y XQXN 'S V' Aff QW M W , M Y W 4 W X fi fi' 47. 5 3 n , 5,5 Ei 3 x :img I W A Mary Ann Hodges Cassue Hunkle Ruby Ellen Jacques Margaret Castleberry GAA llffucers Gurls' Athletuc Assocuatuon us one of a gurls' most Important actuvutues durung her hugh school years ln the tume she spends after school she learns and practuces fruendluness cooperatuon and sportsmanshup G A A us an excellent way to make fruends have fun and learn from the help an unstructuon the sponsors guve Sheus rewarded for her hard work at the awards assemblues whuch are held twuce each year The hughest honor that can be earned us the gold honor pun At the last awards assembly a gold trophy us awarded to the most outstandung Senuor gurl athlete somethung whuch every gurl works for Durung thus past year Mary Ann Hodges, presu dent Cassue Hunkle vuce presudent Ruby Ellen Jacques secretary and Margaret Castleberry treasurer along wuth the G A A Councul had a very successful year In the fall they sold denum bags to the Freshmen as a money rausung project and as us the custom they had a progressuve dunner on February I0 Also one of the hughlughts of the year was the G A A Letterman's play nught Thus year has undeed been fulled wuth fun and actuvuty for everyone ""-1 is I ll a 7 im, 'JM 'ft E u f N li . V. ---., ii' v w . Q " ,SN d s -, s . - Softball The G.A.A. started the school year off with a large number of girls turning out for Softball. There were eight teams, each having the name of a soap. The captain of the winning team 'Joy' was Irene Cortez. Following the game between the winning team and the picked team, a bean feed was held in the Girls' Gym with approximately forty girls attending. The softball manager was Anne Hiatt and the sponsor was Mrs Lilyan Martinez WINNING ' 7 4,08 Y 0 let! Front Row J Snelling, E Garcia, I Cortez R A Huffsllth 2nd Row I Woods, J Ellis P Gross, C Prado, R Machigashira 451i iff? PICKED Front Row M Gomez, M J Johnson, B Schott A Rogers E Brooks D Kemp, F Coker P Nagel 4115 bla? 2nd Row I Gibson, L Brown, W Taylor, ill! UWM! 2? x A xt L 4 'X F, I l , , if 1 W ' A 1 V E " .g , a'see , ,.i' if Q A i V ,, il V.,,b Q 1 i N ,gh i' H3 MSW IINNIIG VOLLEYBALL Front Row F Ramos, C Rose, C Kachadoorlan, B Garcia 2nd Row W Taylor J Nagel A Blllardl M Pit l PICKED Front Row B lixon, J Gibson, J lagel, C Kachadoorian, B Lawry, N Gibson 2nd Row W Taylor, M Meitzenhelner, M Gomez M Tait M J Johnson Thus year's volleyball s ason was a bag success wnth approxumately 90 gurls partncnpatnng The teams were named after brands of bread wuth Holsun the wunnung team The season was closed by a game between two packed teams the wunnlng team playung in the Color Playday at Strathnore Hugh School The manager was Sharon Henruckson and the sponsor was Mass Thelma Elllott Q9 Q svdoo 0 6 a s 1!III'h ttiiggll - . 1 : l n l o a : n y a 3 J. . . . tnan. Ei 1 ' Q H Toi? W QQ? QQ H. , I ,,, . Q? 5 gl J ik a'gs 3 7525! QQ: g,e 4 ,. ' .9 L ' 1 r if 5 aa 5 0 0 y a 1 l I o . , . . 9 6640 V I I h I I WINNING BASKETBALL ont Row B Nlxon, A Rogers K A taffer 2nd Row J Ell P Mathias M Costales C Hamulton 'N eww 'L 650 PICKED BASKETBALL Basketball Basketball as always, was one of the top sports this year The gurls chose team belng the winning team The highlight of the activuty was the play off between the two plcked teams and follownng the game refreshments were served Thus season's basketball games were sponsored by Mrs Lllyan Martinez and managed by Joyce Stlrnemann Front Row M Johnson, S Swall 2nd Row P Mathias P Nagel, M Gomez S Henrsckson 4 Fr : . ' . , . l . : . is, names fron gun wrappers, with Tutti-Fruitti v . - Q N 9 . I A -1 . . ' a 5 X x 0 ' , 5 QW? ge 0 99 ox Front Row E Cabello D Kemp, M Gomez M Johnson 2nd Row D Linder P Holland M Meutzenheumer, E Brooks UW Ill unduvudual sports Thus past season was enjoyed by more than forty gurls of these Jo Ann Buluardu came up with the hughest average She was followed by Carole H multon Mary Ann Hodges Patrucua Mathuas and Ruby Ellen Jacques Thus sport was managed by Loretta Hayes and Muss Thelma Elluott was sponsor 000 Sunce hockeyus offered only every other year, there was much enthusiasm among the 30 gurls could partucupate The two teams were the wunnung team the Devuls, headed by theurcaptaun Dorus Kemp, and the Angels Muss Margaret Kerr was sponsor and Ruth Ann Huffsmuth was the manager acques M Hodges P Mathuas am n uar 61 X. U 9 'Q' 'juan Kev ur ' M 6 fss , R A K Q T V uf 1 V : . , . . , . . : 50Wlin9 is 009 of G-A-A-'S most Skilled 1 girls this year. Due to limited space only a . , , . . . . R.J . - . . ' , C.H ilto , J.Bll' di. s 8 -A xolek neelung Cortez Back Row J Nagel C Kachadoorlan One of the most excutlng games offered ln the G A A program us badmunton Twenty four gurls may partncupate an thus sport whuch consusts of both singles and doubles tournaments Mrs Lllyan Martlnez was the sponsor and Marlene Prnce the manager largel Practice Wanda Taylor 42 5 Target Practuce I3 a new sport offered t s year by G A A The gurls were v y lnterested un thus sport and dressed In levus they learned to shoot on the Natlonal Guard Rnfle Range Mr Clyde Latlmer dur ected thus sport Wanda Taylor was the manager Marlene Prlce Front Row S Smith S Graves, B Ferguson, C Gallagher 2nd Row C Benz, M Heptner, B Monger M Mulock S Simmerly M Hodges 3rd Row R Cera P Holland, D Linder P Askln C Hamilton, Swimming The Girls Swimming team started their Practice on April I9th this year There were about twenty girls out for swimming. They had several swimming meets with schools around the valley, and planned one bug one either in Fresno or Bakersfield. The girls entered medley relay, indi- vidual relay, and diving competition. A few of the outstanding girls were Pat Mathias, Australian crawl: MaryAnn Hodges, butterflybreast stroke: andCarol Hamilton, back stroke. Miss Margaret Kerr was sponsor and Jean Hagel, manager. At the time of printing, the Annual Posture Contest had not been held. Candidates for the contest are chosen from each period to compete for the title of 'Posture Queen.' This is an honor which the girls are proud to receive. The contest, sponsored by the Girls' League, helps all girls to be posture conscious and enables them to beautify themselves. Posture POSTURE ill S.Sharp,C.Alexander,R.Jaramillo, J.Gibson, V.Gilbert, 0.Frutuozo, C.Skidmore, J.Jones. POSTURE K2l B.Johnson, M.Price, F.McClure, B.Raible, K.Altaffer, P.Flores, R.Lynch, E.Coleman. Ov ,sn .L SPRING UANUEUUNBU3 I 40 -051, Q Front Row V Ray, D Reeder, B Lawry, F Harden B Garcia 2nd Row N Fasso D Rlch R Jacques J Seavers, J Stnrnemann, D Beck 3rd Row Mass K Candnancdes, N Gallagher, G Bondnnn M Castleberry, A Whnte Nth Row M Hodges C Afrnca V Homfeld J Smnth C Jacobo The Sensor Dance Group consustlng of twenty flve gurls meets every day during seventh peruod They have studsed technnques and all the dances are theur own composntnon Durung the year the group partucnpated an sat IYICBI dance presented In the Faculty Carnuval and they gave a 45 minute program ln Lemoore On Anrll 30 the Annual Sprung Dance Program was held Thus us the opportunnty for the gurls to s ow their talents and hard work The dance group expernmented thus year by dancing to poems fwlthout musoc by Ogden Nash and Carl Sandburg Severalof the class were chosen to partlcupate In thus yearls operetta 'Brlgadoon Senior Ilance Group ,D 4 U , . I 3 M .4 . I .A an , , Q SEN N il- 45" . he am, V af: of F Misha? -, ' W F ' fail f M NEWS rwailf . N , , .f ..... do 1- as Q 'if , . I . I 0 u n n , u u u s y n y n , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . , . , . , . , . . . . Y . . . . . . . , , . Under the capable Instruction of Mass Kallope Canduanldes modern dance teacher the Begannung Dance Group consustung of thirty gurls had a full year of practice Meeting every Thursday after school they learned technuque and group composltuon They partccupated un the annual Sprung Dance Program All thirty gurls worked on and the Flddle ' Many of thus group wall advance next year unto the Sensor Dance Group Front Row B Ferguson K Hutsell C Rose D Roach L Stiles P Flores 2nd Row M Heptner D Maller A DeAnda S Swall J Wlllaams J Cottle 3rd Row Miss K Candianndes, K Hoffman F Coleman, J Hlxon, K Altaffer D Lander P Holland E Cabello S Welch S Smith Bth Row G Sherman S Radmacher B Brunnng I Korte C Alexander IH: t. ., IH' E lg: , . . . . 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