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

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,uk ,' s WT THIS BOOK BELONGS TO ,!'7 5454.57 , CLASS OF J?" wx S. rw ,fy fl. PX I , 'ull X ,ik , xx W. T1 x ', xx i if ff, . f Y? it l I 'x 5, X , N , V ' ' , za. X X x 'gh f, -:If . . Ni 4 "1 31 X ,' '51 R X x ,f 3 'TTS xx A 41' , k 1 ' . x M X! , A ' ,f f, -' , '13 V.: 1 . 4 "' - 1 A , 79. '5 ' :K 4 , . . YB. 7 1' lf' A -' ,I A X . ,. I ' Xu. 1 ,, -2, f' fl , ,f .- ,. V J., - fa NY 'X n Q'-If . Rx SGW E E Presenting the 1958 ARGUS TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL VOLU E 60 TULARE, CALIFORNIA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF GRETA WHITE ASSISTANTS DEANNA LORENZO REEVE HENNION ART EDIT GR LINDA LEWIS FACULTY ADVISOR MR. JACK sHeI.ev IDI-IOTQGRAIDI-IeR MR. ANDREW EISNOR sTuDeNT IDI-IoToQRAIvHeR GERALD PETERS FOREWORD I O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DEDICATED TO NIR. JOHN J. SEA ERS THE EVER-WILLING SERVANT OF TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL, HE SERVES AS BUSINESS MANAGER AND SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. FOR OVER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS HE HAS FILLED VARIOUS POSITIONS IN THE BUSINESS OFFICE, HE SPENDS MANY EXTRA HOURS C0-ORDINATING SEATING ARRANGEMENTS AND TICKET SALES FOR NUMEROUS SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. FOR THESE CONTRIBUTIONS T0 HAPPY, FULL SCHOOL LIFE. WE. THE I958 ARGUS STAFF, DEDICATE THIS BOOK T0 MR. JOHN J. SEAVERS .I f L 1 'r r' I., Y M gala? Sf IN ADIDRECIATICDN Nelson Nl. Witte TYPICAL or THE MEN NBACKSTAGEH IS MR. NELSON WITTE. HIs sERvIcE IN LIGHTING. SOUND AMPLIFICATIDN, AND SETS HAS BEEN INVALUABLE TO THE PLAYS AND PROGRAMS OF TULARE UNION HIGH ScHooL. Miss Thelma Elliott MISS THELMA ELLIOTT. GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HEAD. HAS GREATLY AIDED THIS HIGH SCHUOL. SHE SERVES READILY AND CHEERFULLY IN ANY CAPACITY AND IS A CLOSE FRIEND OF ALL THE GIRLS. James Shirk "BoYs WILL BE BOYSn, AND so MR. JAMES SHIRK WILLINGLY PICKS UP THE TOWELS THROWN DOWN BY THE P.E. BOYS. HIS PATIENCE IN THE cAPAcITY OF LDCKER RooM ATTENDANT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. IN NIENIORIAIVI Earl E. NIcJunkin THE DEATH ON JANUARY 29TH or MR. EARL MGJUNRIN. DRIVER EDUCATION TEACHER, MARKED THE END or NINE YEARS or SERVICE ON THE TULARE HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS. EARLY IN THE SCHOOL YEAR MR. MCJUNKIN WAS GIVEN A GOLD LICENSE PLATE HOLDER IN RECOGNITION or HIS OUT- STANDING QUALITIES AS A TEACHER IN DRIVER EDUCATION. MR. MCJUNKIN WAS ACTIVE IN STATE DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAMS, ATTENDING THE MEETINGS or THE GOVERNOR'S SAFETY CouNcIL. To RELATIVES AND FRIENDS we OFFER ouR sYMPATHY AND A WORD or APPRECIATION FOR MR. MCJUNKIN'S sERvIcE. 4n!In.,A ,lnllb .415 ARGUS QUEEN 1958 SENIORS AGAIN EXHIBITED THEIR SCHOOLANDCLASS LOYAL- TY WHEN 79 PER CENT or THE CLASS BOUGHT ARGusEs, THus SEATING THEIR CANDIDATE. JOYANNE SHANNON, AS I958 ARGUS OUEEN. EITHER scHooL SPIRIT OR THE MONEY suPPLY INCREASES WITH THE YEARS, FOR THE JuNIoRs PLACED SECOND WITH 661: SOPHOMORES, 5814 AND FRESHMEN. 49Zn QUEEN JOYANNE SHANNON. CENTER ATTENDANTSZ GLORIA FAGUNDES, SOPHOMORE VELMA RIBEIRO. JUNIOR ANGIE LEAL, FRESHMAN HER MAJESTY JOYANNE SHANNON 1 A , - g ,X ie I '- - ,' , 1 , 1 I ix, 'ijt' X gh vfgx f , QE A 5 5 , iwifs ' w ' 1 V, fy 1. S, W ,- , A I ' -9, V. - f Q , 2 N 4, ,Q ff" fy I , 1 L , 5 Aif' " , , I , 0, - - 2 ."sfn Qu. .Aw -Af 190 I 57 'l 'w M J ' x 'M f - h .L A Q:Y I' rq. o Y 'f ll faq' Q:'A ,QTL S Fon ALL-wl NTER WEAR , WHETHER RAINY OR JUST CHILLY, THE CAR coAT wAs POPULAR FOR BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS. MIKE MCGREW SPORTS ONE. xx ' I . :J, fQ,' -P L. I an ir X K x' 5 , A- I -. 'S-'S 'Y 5 2' - ' f" Sf ' I VL. -in-L A3 S! xx x. , 'TN ' fi iv I T 1 xx VW 40- YQ.. -J., 'I I ,N .5. X , R7 'M f L I " kxx N I Fcacls cmd ONE SUAL FADS OF THE YEAR WAS GIRLS W SOCKS BENEATH OF THE MORE UNU EARING BERMUDA THEIR SKIRTS. THEY STARTED IT TO PROTECT THEIR LEGS FROM THE BITTER COLD AT FOOTBALL GAME S. BUT THEY SOON D T0 THE SCHOOL DAY PROPER. SPREAD THE FA A I 2' E' .31 2" ' . . ' gf' V I 'V '- xN O'- '-I. .I 1 1 ' . I " ' 5 -f . E V f :If - f " 'E -- I ll I ff? 1 E 1' Q., - lu Q , f I f 1' J ,. , X I X I . S ' ' I ' S f . W , v if X Y Jm.h H I I I ' V 'X 1 V . , I X f Fashions USUALLY PEOPLE STRIVE FOR INDI- VIDUALITY IN THEIR CLOTHES. BUT NOT WHEN IT COMES T0 SWEATERS. THE CLASS OF '58 CHOSE MAMBO RED. PAT GIST IS WEARING THE GIRLS' MANDARIN STYLE. CHEMISE STYLES APPEARED ON THE CAMPUS THIS SPRING. GLORIA FAGUNDES MODELS ONE STYLE. UNGLASSES CALLED NSHADESH E STUDEN PEARED A SIGNS FROM P0 KA oor TO PLAIDS IS SPR N. I ff X I -. Yilx iff' -1Hnf llhnl En-nur IDRESIDENTS MESSAGE TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL HAS MADE SIGNIFICANT 4l"' 5 CONTRIBUTIONS IN MANY FIELDS. YET SOME or Us D0 NOT REALIzE THAT SERVICE IS THE FOUNDATION UPON WHICH THIS ORGANIZATION IS BUILT. TRUE SERVICE IS THAT ACT WHICH MAKES LIFE RICHER AND WHICH IS DONE WITHOUT COMPENSATION on OBLIGATION. OUR SCHOOL IS AN IMPORTANT PART or THIS COMMUNITY RENDERING SERVICE IN VARIOUS wAYS--ENTERTAINMENT THROUGH SPORTS. DRAMA, AND MUSIC, AND EDUCATIONAL QPPORTUNITIES TO THE YOUTH AND ADULT ALIKE. WE. THE STUDENTS. HAvE MADE THE scHooL WHAT IT IS AND T0 HAvE BEEN GooD CITIZENS IS ONE or THE MoST IMPORTANT SERVICES WE HAVE GIVEN. WE CAN BE PROUD TO DAVID BROWN HAvE BEEN PART or THIS ORGANIZATION. HEnE.IN ADDITION A-5-B- PRESIDENT T0 EDUCATIDN. WE HAvE LEARNED NEW SKILLS IN LEADER- SHIP AND HUMAN RELATIONS AND WE HAVE DONE OUR BEST T0 PUT THEM T0 wonx Fon oun scHooL. As WE MATURE. WE MUST BECOME MORE SELF RELIANT AND WE ATTAIN SELF-coNEIDENcE BY APPLYING oun HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION TOWARD DEVELOPING OUR POTENTIALITIES AND DRDADENING oun OUTLOOK AND APPRECIATION or OTHER PEOPLE AND or LIFE. AS SHAKESPEARE PUT IT,"THIs ABOVE ALL, T0 THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE. AND IT MUST FOLLOW AS THE NIGHT THE DAY. THDU CANS'T NDT BE FALSE T0 ANY OTHER MAN." SITTINGZ DAVID BROWN, ANDRA GOBLE. JUDY ALLEN, CLAUDIA ZINK. KAY HENRY. STANDING! KAREN SWALL. GRI-ITA WHITE REEVE HENNION, PAUL DOI-IERTY. CATHY SERPA. DON RAMIREZ, LAURA RENAUD. DEANNA LORENZO. CHARLES MORRIS, PAT SHANNON, WORDEN HARRIS, LINDA LEWIS. CAROL GILBERT. JOE FAGUNDES STUDENT COUNCW SERVING WHILE LEARNING--THAT'S THE PRINCIPLE UPON WHICH STUDENT GOVERNMENT IS BASED. ALL SCHOOL ACTIVITIES IN WHICH STUDENTS PARTICIPATE ARE ADMINISTERED IN SOME DEGREE, BY THE STUDENT COUNCIL. IMPORTANT ACTIVITIES FOR THIS YEAR HAVE BEEN THE REORGANIZATION OF THE PRESIDENTS' CLUB. INVESTIGATION OF THE BLOCK T POINT SYSTEM AND THE A.S.B. CONSTITUTION. AND THE INITIATION OF PLANNING FOR AN INTER- NATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM AT TUHS. COUNCIL MEMBERS ALSO ATTENDED THE DIS- TRICT CONFERENCE or THE CALIFORNIA ASSOCI- ATION OF STUDENT COUNCILS AT EXETER LAST FALL TO DETERMINE THE VALUE AND FUNCTIONS OF A STUDENT COURT. YEARLY ACTIVITIES FOR THE GROUP ENDED WITH STANDING HONOR GUARD AT GRADUATION EXERCISES. gw, 'f 1 --:' . f 1 4 .1 .5j' 'lvl Q L 'V' ' I- ,lxym JOE FAGUNDES VICE-PRESIDENT ANDRA GbBLE SECRETARY CLAUDIA ZINK TREASURER GORDON E. LOWE SPONSOR 3 1 pywwaw-ww ...T W..-...f - f' I ll' su: O! VI 1 I 'lla- -.v. .. A A sbif-1 9, in 'P' P FACULTY AND ADNIINISTRATICDN THIS YEAR SOME ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE SERVED AS ADMINIS- I TRATORS. TEACHERS.AND OFFICE HELP AT T,U H.S.lN ADDITION TO THE HOURS REQUIRED BY THEIR WORK, THESE PEOPLE GIVE GENEROUSLY OF THEIR TIME TO SPONSOR EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES BY BEING SO FAITHFUL IN THEIR SERVICE TO TODAY'S YOUTH. THEY SERVE THE COMMUNITY. STATE, THE NATION. AND THE WORLD OF TOMORROW. J CARSTON KEEFE CHAIRMAN ERNEST KORTE CLERK BOARD CDF TRUSTEE ROGER BROWN Mzmssn W. J. WALKER MEMBER LYNN WARREN MEMBER Donovan Cartwright I SUPERVISING FISCAL AND OPER- ATIONAL MATTERS or THE sCHooL, INTERPRETING THE BOARD POLICY AND THE STATE EDUCATION CODE. AND SERV- ING AS THE SCHO0L'5 MAIN CONTACT WITH THE COMMUNITY AND STATE ARE PART or MR. DONOVAN F. CARTWRlGHT'S DUTIES. To THESE HE ADDS BEING FRIEND AND COUNSELOR T0 MANY TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. SUIDERINTENDENT and PRINCIPAL Keith V. Waite AS PRINCIPAL OF TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL. MR. KEITH V. WAITE SUPERVISES AFFAIRS ON THE CAMPUS. HE CO-ORDINATES THE CURRICULUM WITH BOARD POLICIES AND STATE LAWS AND DEALS WITH THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. LENDING A HELPING HAND IS CHARACTERISTIC OF HIM. fs? fl :il Q S 44 WWI --'luv-..m v.W-.-R+.-.-v-..-luulwvu .-lull. LLL. - ..w,E- , .- THE EANS Mrs. AOIOI Brown GUIDINE T.U.H.S. GIRLS IN THEIR ACTIVITIES IS MRS. ADA BROWN'S - I I SERVICE. SHE SUPERVISES THE SCHOOL V, CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES AND SPONSORS ' I I I '44 THE GIRLS' LEAGUE. "Nyc, L. NI. HQIICIINCI SERVING THE BOYS AS SUPERVISOR IS MR. L.M.HELLAND. WHEN OORRECTIVE ACTION OR A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT ARE IN ORDER. HE IS READY. HE SPONSORS THE BOYS' FEDERATION. ATTENDANCE OFFICER Bill NU I PROBLEMS IN ATTENDANCE ARE RE- FERRED TO MR. WILLIAM NY. BESIDES FILLING THIS POSITION, HE SERVES AS HEAD FOOTBALL COACH AND COACHES OTHER SPORTS. PRINCIPAL OF ADULT EDUCATION IDOIUI Lonqenecker BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY ,Q THROUGH BETTER INFORMED ADULTS! '., THATIS THE AIM or MR. PAUL S. f .I ' LONGENECKER IN SERVING AS PRINCIPAL OF ADULT EDUCATION. '2- I I 5 g, if-If ,Y Ib C x I I '62 'S fi I I A FACULTY jg' TNF' U'!' A 'VID 4. -Q fi 3.4. Q I A I C""Q95-MXN?-'b 95 WXX 4dYfs: KEITH ADAMS AUTO MECHANICS O. B. BOGART TYPING JESSE CORRELL GENERAL MATH DRIVER TRAINING MELVIN ATWOOD DRIVER TRAINING MISS FLORENCE CASADY CHEMISTRY PHYSICS LOREN COURT TRIGONOMETRY ALGEBRA CHARLES COOK DEPT. HEAD AGRICULTURE ANTHONY D'ADDARIO SOCIAL STUDIES ENGLISH ROY COON CLERICAL BUSINESS MATH LAWRENCE DECARLO MATHEMATICS BOYS' P. E. DRIVER TRAINING n I I . Li Ay,"x, YW -if - I-me I fs' .Q . L I ,pf OSCAR EDMINSTER BOYS' P. E. JAMES ERICKSON ROYS P. E. BIOLOGY GLEN GOOD AGRICULTURE ANDREW EISNOR ENGLISH PHOTOGRAPHY DAVID ESHELMAN AUDIO VISUAL AIDS DRIVER TRAINING MISS VERNA HANSON BUSINESS ENGLISH ENGLISH if , I . - VIH dis Q-no ?'W Lj XJM FRANK ELICECHE SPANISH ENGLISH FRED FINK VOCAL MUSIC DONALD HARPER SOCIAL STUDIES U. S. HISTORY MISS THELMA ELLIOTT DEPT. HEAD GIRLS' P. E. MRS. CLARA FRANCIS SCHOOL NURSE MRS. JEWEL HUFFMAN SHORTHAND TYPING ENGLISH EUGENE JACKSON SOCIAL STUDIES ENGLISH COUNSELING MRS. PRISCILLA HOMEMAXING MORRIS KNUDSEN FRENCH LATIN ENGLISH tvxlwifk' MISS HELEN KEITH ENGLISH GIRLS' P. E. RACE KENT SOCIAL STUDIES COUNSELING MISS PAULINE KRUSE HOOKKEEPING SOCIAL STUDIES COUNSELING ,,,f f' Nm I av I-A L ,f 3? MISS NORMA KEMPER GIRLS' P. E. AUTO MECHANICS CHARLES KING HISTORY SOCIAL STUDIES ERNEST LAMBRECHT WOODWORK IT E A CLYDE LATIMER CADET ADMINISTRATION MISS RUTH LETH HOMEMAKING MATIAS MAESTAS GENERAL SCIENCE ALGEBRA BUSINESS TRAINING JAMES LAWRENCE GENERAL SHOP PAUL LONGENECKER ENGLISH GENERAL MATH SOCIAL STUDIES MRS. ALICE MAGILL GEOMETRY ALGEBRA MRS. BETTY LAYMON ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES VERNON LONGLEE SOCIAL STUDIES U. S. HISTORY STATE GOVERNMENT STANLEY MANRO AVIATION SCIENCE MATHEMATICS CLARENCE LAYMON ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES COUNSELING GORDON LOWE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC STUDENT GOVERNMENT MRS. LILYAN NARTINEZ GIRLS' P.E. ,-an ,-nur -.Aw "Tw ,A RICHARD MILLER METAL SHOP BOYS- P. E. SOCIAL STUDIES COUNSELING DALE NICOLEN LLOYD NIELSEN MECHANICAL DRAWING DRIVER TRAINING MISS PRUDENCE OLESON EUGENE OVERHOLT ENGLISH TYPING. Co-ov. SOCIAL STUDIES WORK EXPERIENCE STUDENT STORES r HERBERT MORRELLI MRS. BEATRICE MYERS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT HEAD HOMEMAKING CARL NOFFSINGER SOCIAL STUDIES MATHEMATICS COUNSELING MRS. ANNE PAPPAS ART NICK NICKOLAS SOCIAL STUDIES DRIVER TRAINING MRS. MURIEL NYGREN ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES COUNSELING MRS. LOIS PETERS HOMEMAKING MRS. CHARLOTTE PETERSON LOYD PHILLIPS ENGLISH MRS. VERA ROBERTSON MATHEMATICS ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES MRS. BETH SMITH MATHEMATICS BOOKKEEPING SALES CRAFTS ROBERT RUBE' ALGEBRA ADAPTIVE P. E. MRS. ANNE STEELMAN LIBRARIAN CLAUDE RETHERFORD U. S. HISTORY SOCIAL STUDIES MISS CAROL SANDUSKY GIRLS' P. E. CARROLL STOWELL CARPENTRY SOCIAL STUDIES BOYS' P. E. COUNSELING MRS. MARELLE RIEDESEL HOMEMAKING JACK SHELEY JOURNALISM SOCIAL STUDIES JACK THEIGE BOOKKEEPING TYPING. C0-OP PLACEMENT BUREAU WORK EXPERIENCE MRS. WILLIE TOMLINSON ENGLISH JOHN WARD INSTRUMENTAL Mu SOCIAL STUDIES COUNSELING If I MRS. BESS VALENTINE DEPT. HEAD COUNSELING SOCIAL STUDIES ARTHUR WILLIAMS DEPARTMENT HEAD BOYS P. E. I'-X-'HIUI MAX VOSHALL Bovs' P. E. BUSINESS TRAINING MATHEMATICS NELSON WITTE ELECTRICITY RADIO STAGE CRAFT WI , .iQ -wx W 'M ,Q Y'E WAI ' N I I . XA K. 1 X + WGN X Xw b A I I IT , 9. f Y I N I R FQ' f A fV.Tx s --Tf I I "II'4!' ' Aj, Gs I g gi,7, ,' , ' ' ' IV- M M - .- Q I ,I - 1f,qM If 11" V' A I ' 1 I ' ,fl . gxx, - . , J L J- ,J-A I I ' ,f 5? J 1 ' f ' I .f I ff , ,f HK' I .pf .1 J CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL MRS. DOROTHY ARMSTRONG SECRETARY TO SUPT. MRS. ILLA ATWOOD ATTENDANCE SECRETARY MRS. ETHEL CANTWELL ATTENDANCE SECRETARY MRS. GENEVIEVE COFFEE ATTENDANCE CLERK MRS. IVA FARYEWICZ RECEPTIONIST MRS. LOIS FRY SECRETARY LELAND HOUCK Bus MAINTENANCE GEORGE LAWRENCE CUSTODIAN MRS. BETTY LOWE TEXTBOOK CLERK MRS. RUBY MARTIN SECRETARY MISS MARY MCCULLOUGH SECRETARY MRS. BERNICE MCGREW VARI-TYPIST CHARLES MCGREW PHOTO ENGRAVER-PRINTER at sg ii FRE MRS. HELEN NELSON I BOOKKEEFER OSCAR NELSON CAFETERIA MGR. 3 'Ns MRS. YETTA NEWMAN v MATRON V' I TULSA PHILLIPS ' MAINTENANCE Q, wg? MRS. DORIS ROGERS SECRETARY ill? my JOHN SEAVERS BUSINESS MGR. -wwmn MRS . MAR I ON SEAVERS SECRETARY ,, MRS. ZELLA SHELEY SECRETARY '1' V Ii,4sv- JAMES SH I RK LOCKER ROOM ATTENDANT MRS. VI YOUNG SECRETARY 5' ' S4 , I I E I- if M SENWF ...-., QUE CLASSES THE "THREE R's" OF EDUCATION ARE FDRENDST AT T.U.H S.. sur COURSES ARE ALSO PLANNED AND DESIGNED TO DEVELOP WELL-ROUNDED INDIVIDUALS BY INCLUDING som LIBERAL ARTS AND VOCATIONAL SUBJECTS. COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PREPARA- TDRY. suslNEss. HOMEMAKING. AGRICULTURAL. AND INDUSTRIAL SES PREPARE TULARE YOUTH FOR SERVICE T0 MANKIND. v W ef -q Inf' I PHI" I IIFU3, 5 . A AIII I I QQI, MATH cmd SCIENCE N-1 1' 1 ,gs THE ADvENT or THE HSPUTNIKSH DlDN'T BRING ABOUT THE SUDDEN INCREASE IN THE ENROLLMENTSOF THE MATH AND SCIENCE DEPART- MENTS. BUT SOMETHING DID. ALL CLASSES wERE FILLED TO CAPACITY AND A SECOND TRIG- DNDMETRY CLASS wAs ADDED. MATH COURSES OFFERED INCLUDE ADVANCED MATHEMATICS. ALGEBRA I AND II, PLANE GEOMETRY, AND TRIGONOMETRY. SCIENCE COURSES OFFERED wERE GENERAL SCIENCE. AVIATION, RADIO. ELECTRI- CITY. LAB BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, AND PHYSICS. 'Ig unaff- B W-sz. " O ENGLISH cmd LANQU QES TULARE HIGHHAS ENGLISH COURSES DESIGNED TO MEET THE NEEDS or ALL STUDENTS. "A" ENGLISH IS REQUIRED FOR UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE PREP COURSES AND FOR SECRETARIAL. "B"ENcLlsH sums THE NEEDS or MosT BUSINESS AND VOCATIONAL STUDENTS. AND "C" ENG-ISH IS OFFERED TO HELP STUDENTS LEARN BASIC FUNDAMENTALS. IN THE LANGUAGE COURSES OFFERED AT T.U.H.S.--LATIN. SPANISH AND FRENCH.-- STUDENTS LEARN SOMETHING OF THE PEOPLE. AND OF THE GEOGRAPHY, OF THE COUNTRY WHOSE LANGUAGE THEY STUDY. ,M-f""" QA V. ml III I 4M m www M VIA!! lm A My waz N v-A Q , A V' we Y VW nl SCJCIAL STUDIES T.U.H.S. HAS A VERY EXTENSIVE SOCIAL STUDIES PROGRAM. IT RANGES THROUGH FRESH- MAN DRIENTATION. WORLD HISTORY. UNITED STATES HISTORY. STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SENIOR PROBLEMS. ART cmd CRAFTS AR T AND CRAFTS CLASSES WERE FULL THIS YEAR. WITH STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN VARIOUS CONTESTS AND PROGRAMS. J was n ri v , OHM v 1 OHM 5 fb.. BUSINESS EDUCATION MANY BUSINESS COURSES ARE INCLUDED IN TULARE HIGH'S CURRICULUM. CLERICAL, MERCHANDISING AND SECRETARIAL ARE SPECIAL- IZED COURSES. HOME ARTS IS AN EXTENSIVE COURSE IN FOODS, CLOTHING. CHILD CARE. HOME NURSING, AND HOME FURNISHING. HOMEMAKINQ W I I - .4 1 u 1 llfl Q!" 'Sl ...NW . VOCATIONAL GRICULTURE BOYS FROM TULARE HIGHARE KNOWN THROUGH- OUT THE STATE BY THEIR PERFORMANCES IN AGRICULTURAL CONTESTS. INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIAL COURSES OFFER BOYS A BASIC KNOWLEDGE IN HIGHLY SKILLED FIELDS OF CARPENTRY, AUTO MAINTENANCE. WOODWORK AND METAL WORK. n . ' '. og 1 X SET AP s. ART FROM THE NOISY HUSTLE-AND-BUSTLE OF THE REST OF THE CAMPUS IS THE SCHOOL LIBRARY. IT SERVED AS A OUIEU PLACE T0 STUDY, AND ITS VAST RESOURCES PROVIDED RESEARCH MATERIAL AND ENJOYABLE READING. Mus. ANN STEELMAN WAS LIBRARIAN. LIBRARY and HE LTH HEALTH IS IMPORTANT AT T U.H.S., so THE MRS. CLARA FRANCIS. SCHOOL NURSE. WAS ONE OF THE BUSIEST PLACES ON CAMPUS. AN ASIATIC FLU EPIDEMIC IN THE FALL ADDED MUCH WORK TO THE REGULAR CHECK-UPS. 'ill X I ,I IIJ 'D ,J ,nl x f I - w N In x 2 I K - ,JI 'X ul 'fSJ if 'T W I l' wif MISS HELEN TURNER CONCERT MISTRESS ORCHESTI? THE TULARE HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA MANAGED TO KEEP BUSY BY MAKING APPEARANCES AT BOTH THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS. THE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM, ADULT WEEKEND SCHOOL. THE CENTRAL SECTION MUSIC FESTIVAL IN VISALIA. WHERE THEY RECEIVED A SUPERIOR RATING, THE STATE MUSIC FESTIVAL IN BERKELEY. WHERE THEY RECEIVED A TOP RATING. AND THE SPRING SERENADE. THEY WILL FINISH THEIR SCHOOL YEAR BY PLAYING FOR BACCALAUREATE. THIS YEAR THE JUNIOR BAND INHERITED THE nA"BAND'S RED. GREY AND GOLD UNIEORMS. IN FESTIVAL COMPETITION THE BAND wAs JUDGED AS AN nA"BAND AND WON AN EXCELLENT RATING IN PERFORMANCE AND A RATING OF SUPERIOR IN SIGHT READING. OTHER PERFORMANCES WERE AS FOLLOWS! ALL B FOOTBALL GAMES. DAIRY FIESTA PARADE. ADULT WEEK END SCHOOL CONCERT. P.T.A. CONCERT. AND MEMORIAL DAY PARADE. NMDGE LANCASTER. SANDRA TAIT, BOBBIE FAIL. PRISCILLA CORTEZ, CLAUDETTE HARMON, SHARON SMITH, 5 ' j L 511?'fff.S .J.u!,.aM. 1' 54 Z , Air ,WA A ,fy ,. M , ,Aw -Nl, ,za , Q iw. Irie., by ' "nil-TY' 3Y"iA?f4,gy A EI A I Us. Qhf .Wy ff QLiA1 ,I A 5!ngA 'E 1 MR. JOHN F. WARD DIRECTOR MARGO MONK, JUDITH TAIT. SANDRA ELDRIDGE. DIANNA LANGENWALTER, GERREL SHEPHERD. DRUM MAJORETTE SHERON CARTWRIGHT. DENISE KNAPP. -.W Q ,d k ..x:,4 , if -fu.. , ,M ' ,n. ,,. ' 'Y ' Q- x 1 ' ' I I . . I 1. :T : M 4 . " . .., , r K '- Q . V V. --:s,',.-y,-j. x , t . 41 I M , Q, .mb , ,,... -A qi p 3 5, J . z Ek, ., .3 ,fjh , . yu - X- -My . 4 z. A 'f 'Q ' ' 'W -. -'. f p' 1" Q I- . 1 2 Q X 9 1 Q ' f A - A , . . - nl 1 f A 1 - H- 4 is .,-. ' ' 5 4 . , f, "',,'gi,f,, ,,1i,NgA.,, Tia ' ff' 'iiffiif 4 vs :L d5'f'ffff..S W ,A ,,,,v,i, , , Q . u .,,, - ,M ,,gv.g1f,-,"N'W X' SENICR I3 ND REDSKIN BAND BEGAN THE YEAR BY APPEARING THE TULARE AT EVERY FOOTBALL GAME AND MARCHING IN VARIOUS FALL PARADES. THEY WON THEIR DIVISION OF THE ALL WESTERN BAND REVIEW POR THE THIRD SUCCESSIVE YEAR. THE CONCERT SEASON OPENED WITH A PERFORMANCE FOR THE ADULT WEEKEND SCHOOL. FoLLowED BY PARTICIPATION IN THE CENTRAL SECTION MUSIC FESTIVAL IN VISALIA, WHERE THEY RECEIVED A SUPERIOR RATING. THE STATE MUSIC FESTIVAL IN BERRELEY, WHERE THEY RECEIVED A TOP RATING. AND THE SPRING SERENADE. THEY WERE THE HONOR BAND AT THE COUNTY COURT HDUSE Ious CHAMBERS OF DEDICATION IN APRIL, AND PLAYED FOR VAR COMMERCE AND OTHER CIVIC ACTIVITIES, MR. GORDON E DIRECTOA Lowg M38 E 3?vAE?3g DEWA STUD YNE PE E RR NT DIRIQCTYO R MIXED CHORUS LEON BARADAT CHORUS PRESIDENT AFTER THE NBATTLE OF THE VIRUSH, AT THE START OF THE YEAR. THE CHORUS FINALLY MOvED INTO HIGH GEAR. FIRST, CAME THE HSONG OF CHRISTMASH AND THEN THE PERFORMANCE PRODUCTION OF"THE BROOKLYN ILOS ANGELES, DEwAYNE PERRY ASST. DIRECTOR BASEBALL CANTATA"FOR ADULT WEEKEND SCHOOL. THREE WEEKS LATER A SUPERIOR RATING AT THE FESTIVAL IN VISALIA FOLLOWED. IN ANOTHER THREE WEEKS, BY THE PALM SUNDAY SACRED SERVICE. ANOTHER HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR WAS THE TRIP TO HOLLY- wooo AND A DAY VISITING THE REHEARSAL OF THE ERNIE FORD SHOw WITH THE TOP 20. THE ANNUAL SPRING SERENADE AND QACCALAUREATE SERVICES COMPLETED A FULL AND SUCCESSFUL YEAR OUOTATION .... HYOU INTERPRET YOUR SONGS IN A MOST ARTISTIC MANNER."K.ERNST. '58 il, -WYWIUIUQHJIIU - S--vw .. PI..V H - JUL A J f WWE- GIRLS' GLEE MR- FRED DIREcr0R W. FQNK QUOTATION .... "THE GROUP ROSE ABOVE A SCHOOL ORGANI- ZATION--.THEY BECAME MUSlCIAN5."R M KENT '58 THIS WAS A BUSY YEAR FOR THE GIRLS' GLEE. THE CHRIST- MAS PROGRAM. ADULT WEEK END SCHOOL. SPRING SERENADE. OPEN HOUSE WSTYLE SHOW"AND A SUPERIOR RATING AT THE VISALIA MUSIC FESTIVAL. THIS wAs, IN A SHORT TIME, A HARD woRKING. VERSATILE ORGANIZATION. iffy I 53 .2 I " 'L ' A I -WZ 5- I Q V I 3 I IP H? ' 'S .M Wg, P. E. cmd CADETS su., xl'-1 A ".x4lf,S6k7 EVERYONE CAN HAVE A PART IN THE P.E. ACTIVITIES OF TULARE HIGH: THERE'5 EVEN A PROGRAM FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED. MILITARY TRAINING IS THE OBJECT OF THE CALIFORNIA CADET CORPS. ONE MAIN SOCIAL ACTIVITY OF THE YEAR WAS THE ANNUAL MILITARY BALL, AT WHICH JUDY KELLEY WAS CROWNED QUEEN. N- i 4 IM is la- 4, ,H,,,,: Q A I IDCPSTURE QUEEN GARYLYNN WHITE WAS CHOSEN POSTURE QUEEN OF TULARE HIGH THIS YEAR IN THE ANNUAL CONTEST SPONSORED BY THE GIRLS' P.E. DEPT, PATTI IRWIN wAs SECOND AND ONA FAYE KNOX AND ANN CHRISTENSEN TIED FOR THIRD PLACE. PICTURED. LEFT T0 RIGHT. ARE: ONA FAYE KNOX. ANN CHRISTENSEN, PATTI IRWIN. AND QUEEN GARYLYNN WHITE. THE MODERN DANCE GROUP PARTICIPATED IN THE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AND SEVERAL OTHER T.U.H.S. ACTIVITIES. MISS HELEN KEITH WAS THE DIRECTOR OF THE GROUP. NIGDERN DANCE FRONT Ron: KAY HENRY, JOYCE BRUNING, KAREN LOWE, LORENE RADMACHER. ROGENA DEGGE. BRENDA PHILPOTT. 2ND ROW: PRISCILLA WOLFE-JONES. ANDRA GOBLE. GERREL SHEPHERD, JANELLE PHILLIPS. MARY JANE PUGH, SHIRLEY HOFFMAN, KAY WAITE, LINDA SOUZA. 3RD Row: JEANETTE BENSON. SHERON CARTwRIOHT.DONA HELLAND. GARYALYNN WHITE. VELMA RIBEIRO. DELL DUTTON. MISS HELEN KEITH. , H ps mmm ' 'rw 93552 If I A 'I Z i :siezsvfisax-,, ' I ig?g3?:W?kwi fQmWWEQWXM5 'V 5. . I kiwmgmw- -I i Y' 31.5, . X ':.3.5I.-2:5-f-.-:A 2Y2':iI:E:E5.3.35'1lzE:-E 552 f - Ti " f ' 4 W Z' ' 33. 1 : ,W ,U x r K Im ..... .... . .EM M A Q M S , 'Q75W3??5"'kQ5W' 2-:Q-m l. : 1' "' 'W' ' " iz I nu -if 3 -11-1 I I1 WAR WHOOI3 cmd PHOTOGRAPHY ALMOST EVERY WEEK THIS YEAR THE WAR WHOOP STAFF PUBLISHED A PAPER. THE JOURNA- LISM DEPARTMENT FUNCTIONS AS A LAB COURSE IN WHICH STUDENTS LEARN BY DOING. SENIOR SUE HILL WAS EDITOR FIRST SEMESTER AND VELMA RIBEIRO. A JUNIOR. TOOK OVER SECOND SEMESTER AS SENIOR STAFF MEMBERS BEGAN WORK ON THE ANNUAL SENIOR EDITION. MR. JACK D. SHELEY WAS SPONSOR. ANOTHER LAB COURSE OFFERED AT TUHS wAS PHOTOGRAPHY. ADVANCED STUDENTS WORKED WITH THE WAR WHODP AND ARGUS STAFFS TAKING AND PROCESSING PICTURES FOR USE IN BOTH PUBLI- CATIONS. BEGINNERS WORK ON PICTURES or THEIR owN. DON WHITE AND RANDY TAFOYA WERE MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS TO ARCUS. MR. ANDREW EISNOR WAS SPONSOR. f O' we w L. B X DH X F . - ' ARQUS W A. fq I H x M X N . 0 W H ? i.,., . v:'wwwmFT E? ,L GRETA JO WHITE EDITOR ASST. EDITOR ASST. EDITOR X?- REEVE HENNION DEANNA LORENZO CHARLES I- MCGREW BERNICE MCGREW ANDREW EISNOR JACK D. SHELEY PHOTO-ENGRAVER VARI-TYPIST PHOTOGRAPHER SPONSOR PRINTER FRONT Ron: KAY WAITE, BRENDA PHILPOTT. CLAUDIA QINK, DANA DAMRON. 2No Row: DEANNA LORENZO. PAT BRYAN. LAVON PORTER, PAT PIMENTEL. 3RD Row: SHARON O'BARR, SHIRLEY LIVINGSTON. SUE BARNES. OPAL BRYANT. 4TH Row: REEVE HENNION, LINDA LEWIS. J! ll I I , ' r I 2 A I I 5 I fa Jw x lxlv, .R 5- g J. 4s V' If Y'. vw ," Q.. I .,g I Z, W r M . 5 0 JQV up 4 f ff 3 ,fu W . I N - AT I 'I I -f riff I W I 1 A -TW www M ' 3 - wiw I I I 5 If33E'j'TLfM1:1Tf5 I L I I' ' IX :I 'N'm'A" A I F Qtr s -,.W,L ,W L. , . W , ,.uau6ibL..w,.NQ-,MC J,.QmNwm.,,,4,.wu.-wsaawlniwwm-uf H I K . .A . .,,,f , ,,, , ,i ,pr A Ultram? w3,4.y ,,W.i'gA.4,- -we M-MSM ' ACT! ITIES "ALL wonx AND NO PLAY MAKES Jon-INNIE AND JANE DULL"-- SO EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES BRIGHTEN T.U.H.S. CAMPUS LIFE. DANCES. DRAMATIC PRODUCTIONS AND OTHER TALENT DISPLAYS. AND RALLIES AND SOCIALS PROVIDE OUTLETS FOR FUL ENERGY AND DEVELOP PERSONAL TALENT. ACTIVITIES AS SCHOOLS FOR SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT. lil as .,.,...4--M 1, ,J .D,,,,' 1957 PROM P RISI N HOLID Y THE ENTRANCE FEATURED THE ARCH OF TRIUMPH AND A PARK SCENE WITH AN VY ENTWINED BRIDGE. SO TYPICALLY PARISIAN, THE SIDEWALK CAFES WITH THEIR CANDY STRIPED CANOPIES BRIGHTENED THE STARLIT SKIES. WATER COULD BE HEARD SPLASHING IN THE IVY-COVERED POOL. LEON BARADAT. SECOND SEMESTER JUNIOR CLASS PRESI- DENT. PRESENTED MRS. ANN PAPPAS. CLASS SPONSOR. WITH A TOKEN OF THE CLASS' APPRECIATION FOR HER WORK WITH THEM. SOPHOMORES, SPONSORED BYMISS IRENE CONLEY, DRESSED UP IN GALA FRENCH COSTUMES T0 SERVE REFRESHMENTS. CO-CHAIRMEN LAURA RENAUD LINDA LEWIS -HRISTMAS PROGRAM SIX DEPARTMENTS CO-OPERATEO IN THE PRESENTATION OF THIS YEAR S CHRISTMAS PROGRAM! ORCHESTRA. DRAMA, DANCE, LIGHTS AND STAGING. ART, AND VOCAL. "THE SONG OF CHRISTMASN BY ROY RINGWALD wAs THE MAIN PART OF THE PRO- GRAM. ORGAN PRELUDE WAS BY KAREN SWALL AND THE NARRATION BY RONNIE Luclo. 'I' , X B Offqgnf H - I fix A I' Around the World 'wi mg 'WQP9 Vim I 'Z942' I. 'ia-:IEW x gi W gb .QV ,f rw. . X xx n , ,Vg P '. tp ? V .4 on C:hI'IStYYICIS Eve ' if D I I E, ' ' I 'A 4' ,' l "6 ,, R T G Vic: the cmnucll CHRISTMAS DANCE S C D I F I ENC LY TO HE Ju I R S NIOR Pnou TH NNU L SENIOR CH I T S D NCE LENDS ITS SHARE 0 J Y TO HOLI Y SEASON THI T E E I 0 C I IS S C . I FO EIG DS S T 0 D T EA GARDEN cat the ACKWARD ANCE NI COULD HAVE DANCED, DANCED, UANCED ALL NIGHT!"---THAT's WHAT THE Kaos wHo ATTENDED THE ANNUAL BACKWARD DANCE SEEMED TO BE FEELING IN THE PICTURES AT THL RIGHT. THE EVENT wAs SPONSORED av THE GIRLS' LEAGUE. DECORATIONS EoLLowED THE JAPANESE TEA GARDEN THEME: FLOWER SPRAYS. WMITATION CHERRY TREES. AND FANS WERE FEATURED. K 1 ' ' gf' 7 L K, f, l ,f J ah' N4 1 'fi W A 1 All Junior Class Dlcuq THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY, DECEMBER 6 I957 OFEUGENE O'NEIL'S COMEDY 'AH, WILDERNESSI"TH WAS A PRODUCTION E STORY IS CENTER AROUND A FAMILY. THE CAST INCLUDED REEVE HENNION SHARON DAVIS. LARRY DANIELS. BRENDA ILPOTT PHILLIP Foss . NNIE . LUCI DIANE SMYTHE,ToM , . ONG. GLADYS KENT LEWIS.KENT KRELLER, GAYLON BL NANCY ELLEN STARLING, RAY GAYLOR. MY STURGEON GERALD L ACKWOOD ARE AND OB 7, V... :IH- l'n mix ' , n inns ..,,...1-- K ZilH.U x gig! YEVI o---1 " I Q-I I I I ED V I HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE AND HIS PH , ON Ro M 0. 51 W , B -xi , ,'H 11' MISS BETSY LANGHANS AND STUDENT DENISE KNAPP DIRECTED. Sensor CICISS IDICILI MAXWELL ANDERSON'S-'THE EVE OF ST.MARK". PRODUCED BY THE SENIOR CLASS ON MARCH 14, 1958. DIFFERED SLIGHTLY FROM THE PRO- DUCTIONS OF PAST YEARS. THIS TRAGIC STORY or A SOLDIER, HIS FAMILY, AND FlANCEE.lS LIGHTENED BY"BUNK- HOUSEH HUMOR AND COUNTRY JARGON. SETTING, AS WELL AS TIME. wAS INVOLVED IN SCENE CHANGES. SO PROPS SUCH AS WINDOWS AND TELEPHONES WERE SUSPENDED ON CABLES. LINDA LEWIS DIRECTED THE STAGING. CAST MEMBERS WERE KAY HENRY,BRYcE POOLE. DEWAYNE PERRY. RUTH BERGMAN. PAUL DOHERTYI CLEON STRAWMYER, JOE ALVES. LARRY PAXTON, BOB BOWEN. BOB SOULTS. WORDEN HARRIS, JOE FAGUNDES. DAVID BROWN, PRISCILLA WOLFE- JONES, PAT ROBINETT. ANITA VILLAREAL. COLLEEN WALKER. RONEAU ASAY, DENNIS MILLIGAN AND CARL CARTLIDGE. KAREN BERGMAN DIRECTED THE ACTING. MISSBETSY LANGHANSWAS FACULTY DIRECTOR. MR. NELSON WITTE AND HIS STACECRAET CLASS BUILT AND ARRANGED THE SCENES. mam. li il I -A -W is 1' 1. -up ORGANIZATIONS CLUBS ARE MANY AND VARIED AT T.U.H.S. SOME ARE MERELY SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. BUT MOST HAVE SERVICE TO SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY AS THEIR PRIMARY AIM. MANY WORTHWHILE PROJECTS ARE COMPLETED EACH YEAR BYCLUB MEMBERS. COMMON INTERESTS AND SCHOOL LOYALTY BRING YOUNG PEOPLE TOGETHER T0 PLAY AND T0 SERVE. ,QE . 9 ? I , F unrrz.ZD"aS'5:'? FRONT Row: PATRICIA BEASLEY, KAY WAITE, DIANNE SMYTHE. SHARON VERMILLION. VELMA BOATMAN. DANA DAMRON, KAREN LOwE. 2ND Row: LINDA LEWIS. GENEVA RIDDLE. SANDIE PRESTHUS. BRENDA PHILPOTT. KAY HENRY. DONA HELLAND. 3RD Row: LINDA MILLER. SPONSOR ADA BROWN. HELEN SWANSON. DENISE KNAPP, DOROTHY GIST. DONNA PHILPOTT. SUE BARNES. 4TH Row: JEANETTE BENSON, SPONSOR PAULINE KRUSE. GERREL SHEPHERD. CONNIE ERATH. SHIRLEY LIVINGSTON. GIRLS' LEAGUE BOYS' FEDERATION GIRLS' LEAGUE IS A SERVICE ORGANIZATION ALL g0Y5 AT TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL COMPOSED OF ALL THE GIRLS IN HIGH SCHOOL. ARE ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THIS ORGAN- THE PURPOSE OF THIS GROUP IS T0 PROMOTE IZATION. WE ARE A SERVICE GROUPTO HELP ANY FRIENDSHIP AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES AMONG ALL BOY EITHER FINANCIALLY OR IN GUIDANCE. OUR OFTHE GIRLS. THIS YEAR THEIR MANY PROJECTS PROJECTS HAVE INCLUDED BUYING LUNCHES AND INCLUDED THE TEACHERS' CARNIVAL, A TOY GLASSES. MAKING PAYMENTS FOR MEDICAL AID DRIVE, THE BACKWARD DANCE. THE POSTURE AND INSURANCE POLICIES. AND FURNISHING CONTEST, THE SENIOR TEA. AND THE INSTALLA- NEEDED CLOTHING. OFFICERS FOR I958-59 ARE! TION OF GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS. CHARLES MORRIS, PRESIDENT: KENT KRELLER. MISS PAULINE KRUSE AND MRS. ADA BROWN COMMISSIONER OF BOYS' ATHLETICS. SECRETARY WERE CO-SPONSORS. TREASURER WILL BE APPOINTED WHEN SCHOOL OPENS. FRONT Row: RONALD PERRY. LEON BARADAT. WORDEN HARRIS. GARY REEDER. 2ND Row: VIRGIL AMOS. MR. L-M.HELLAND. PAT SHANNON. DEWAYNE PERRY. 3RD Row: JAMES RIX. GERALD PETERS, MIKE ROBINETT. rw sa ,ff-... 10-. yrg . Q' Q-Grzqm i:s.IL:T44k:ae:l -,sz I . , lg 3 Taq! A I i'-i7"f""':' I U'--Ati' I 4 I-R ..,.. . W. W A QU I 1 A5 ' .. , , A Q wr... P .4'y YA Aw 4, A gn! 'Rl' mm: ual' Q H 1 6 -. in .As S, I j 15' g x'x,,f, ucv. 5 ,,....., X FRONT Row: DAVID ROGERS. ROLAN CARSON. JERRY NOBLE, JOHN CRAWFORD. LEON BECKWITH. NORMAN SHIELDS. LEONARD CORREIA. PAT NUNES. ZND Row: LEON TAYLOR, LEON BARADAT, SAMMY LIZARDO. PAUL DOHERTY, MANUEL MACHADO, EDMOND WERT. WAYNE HALE.3RD Row: KEITH RINKER. GERALD BLEVINS. DAVID BROWN, JOHN JARRETT. RAIN BEAVERS, NEIL BON0. 4TH Row: JIM COPPINGER. ERNIE MCCURRY, TONY WORTNER. GEORGE ASHMORE. LETTEFRMAN' S Cl.UB THE CLUB'S SERVICE FOR ATHLETICS wAS THIS SCHOOL YEAR HAS SEEN THE DEVELOP- THE INTRODUCTION OF THE WINTER SPORTS MENT OF ONE OF THE STRONGEST CLUBS IN BANOUET AT THE END OF EACH SLORT SEASON. RECENT YEARS. TONY WORTNER HAS GIVEN GOOD SPONSORED By THE LETTERMEN. LEADERSHIP AS HAVE HIS FELLOW OFFICERS WTTI-l"5ERVlCg FOR ATHLETICS.. AS THE gy. MANUEL MACHADO. TED SMITH AND BRUCE wORD. THE FINE FUTURE OF THE CLUB IS ROBERTSON. INEVITABLE. PROJECTSFOR THE YEAR INCLUDED A BASKET- BALL GAME WITH THE COACHES AGAINST THE ROAD KINGS, A FLARE SALE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. FRONT Row: KENT KRELLER. DUANE PICANSO, TEDDY SMITH, GERALD GUARDANAPO. EDDIE POPE. CARL MENDONCA. ZND Row: LEROY DENNIS. CECIL AMOS. BILL STEPHENSON. RICHARD MIDDLETON. CHARLIE JOHNSON. LARRY PRASTER. 3RD Row: JACK CLARK, DON NEwSOME. JAMES Rlx. SAMMY WHITE. RAYMOND ELLIS. CHARLES MORRIS. 4TH Row: TONY RIBEIRO, MANUEL RIBEIRO, JIMMY GILBERT. JOHN MCGREW, FRANK ALVES. ED GUARDANAPO. 5TH Row: BRUCE ROBERTSON. Nux CHOBOIAN. NORMAN DAY, HARRY ASHMORE, LARRY KNAPP. Im, my 1,-, --. W fa Inf ,Sv ' J .IYLJ IE F '5 in I 1-"" -I A FRONT Row: JOHN MCDONALD, IRENE TODD. VICE-PRES. KAY HENRY. SEC. BRENDA PHILPOTT, LINDA MILLER. ROGENA DEGGE, MRS. ANN PAPPAS. 2NO Row: LINDA BONTS, SHIRLEY HOFFMAN. CATHY SERPA, CARYN FINDLEY, SHARON WALTHER. DONNA WEIOANO. JERRY COY. 3RO Row: MARY ELLEN STARLINGS. GERREL SHEPHERD. VALERIE BERKE, LORENE RADMACHER, LANA CORDIERO, EMILY RENAUD. INOT PICTUREO: PRESIDENT DAVID JINNETT. TREASURER JOYANNE SHANNON., A RT Cl.UB C RA FT Cl.UB THE PURPOSE OF THE ART CLUB 'STO BEAUT- THE CRAFT CLUB IS AN ORGANIZATION FOR IFY THE SCHOOL AND TO PROVIDE A CLUB FOR ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN CRAFTS, CLUB STUDENTS INTERESTED IN ART- ACTIVITIES wERE: LEARNING AND PRACTICING ACTIVITIESTHISYEAR INCLUDED BUYING TWO DIFFERENT CRAFTS' HAVING FOOD SALES, AND CAMELLIA BUSHES FOR THE NEW ALUMNI COURT: THE CLIMAX OF THE YEAR WAS THE ANNUAL SPONSORING AN AFTER-GAME DANCE: BUYING AND PTCNICU CLUB OFFICERS WERE: JANET GRAVLEE, DECORATING THE LARGE CHRISTMAS TREE FOR PRESIDENT: RITA FAOUNDES. VICE-PRESIDENT: THE MAIN HALL: ENTERTAINING THE FACULTY, CAROLE CADONAI 5ECRETARY.TpEA5URER, CLUB STUDENT COUNCIL AND PRESIDENT'S CLUB AT A SPONSOR ,S LLOYD PHILLIPS, SPRING OPEN HOUSE IN THE ART ROOM: AND A SKATING PARTY FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS. FRONT Row: MERLENE FARLEY, WANDA DEWITT. DELORES MENDES. EVELYN SHORES. ZND Row: SPONSOR LLOYD PHILLIPS, GEORGE NEWPORT. JIM VENERf JANET GRAVLEE. PATSY SHORES. 'Q I n fs v T M Z M gpm? I I fu j I Y 2 I , , our . wr 2 - T .I X N 7-5 0 f L I I A FRONT Row: MARTHA CAUDLE, MARY PETERS, MILDRED PETERS. ANNE GARRISON, MARGARET HEPBURN, MARY TEDDER, VIRGINIA INFANTE, ELSIE CORTEZ. ZND Row: BEVERLY DIxON. SUE RILEY, DIANNA DOTY, MARY SHOOK, DONNA COOPER. ANGELA BURNETT, PAT ROBINETT. PAT BRYAN. 3RD Row: SHARON O'BARR. SHIRLEY LIVINGSTON. BARBARA WARD, JANET GRAVLEE. RUTH BERGMAN. SYLVIA WINTERS. KAREN BERGMAN. REBECCA QERGMAN. 4TH Row: GERALD ASKIN, DONALD RICHERT. RONNIE PERRY, MORRIS DEAN, LARRY PRASTER. DOUGLAS YARBROUGH, LARRY MOORE. 5TH Row: DENNIS PERRY. DAVID BROWN, MIKE ROBINETT, LARRY KNAPP. DEWAYNE PERRY. RONNIE NEVE. BIBLE CLUB DRAMA CLUB THE BIBLE CLUB HAS HAD ANOTHER SUCCESS- THE DRAMA CLUB AFFORDS STUDENTS THE FUL YEAR. MEMBERSHIP HA5 BEEN LARGE, OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP THE USE OF THE BODY ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS HAS BEEN GOOD' AND TO DEPICT EMOTIONS AND CHARACTER STUDY. PROGRAMS HAVE BEEN STUDENT PLANNED AND AN ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP AN VERY INTERESTING. APPRECIATION FOR THE FINER POINTS OF DRAMA, A BANOUET WAS THE BIG END OF THE YEAR STAGING, LIGHTING AND MAKE-UP. MEMBERSHIP EVENT IN MAY AND PROVED A SUCCESSFUL CON- IS OPEN TO ANY STUDENT OF TULARE UNION HIGH CLUSION T0 THE SCHOOL YEAR. SCHOOL. THIS YEAR'5 OFFICERS WERE! BETTY MISS VERA HANSON IS THE CLUB'S SPONSOR. FINCH. PRESIDENT: LARRY DANIELS. VICE- PRESIDENT: MARILYN SMITH, SECRETARY: AND VELMA PACHECO. TREASURER. MISS BETSY LANGHANS IS CLUB SPONSOR. FRONT Row: EVA MANGRUM. JANIE ADAIR, MARILYN SMITH. ANN MCCRAIN, JESSIE BAKER. LOUISE MCCLELLAN, PATSY JOHNSON. 2ND Row: ETHEL VIEIRA. LINDA TAYLOR, JUDY FORRESTER. DONNA RUFFA, BETTY WHAITE. 3RD Row: BETTY FINCH. ROBERTA CROM, KAY WETHERTON. VELMA PACHECO, KAY HENRY. 4TH Row: LARRY DANIELS. BRYCE POOLE, ROY HERRIN. RICHARD CAMPBELL. GEORGE THRASHER. HENRY TRUE. LEONARD LOCKWOOD. 1' , ,mp mv 5 ..A. , , I , 2 I -Y., .... ,ff JV ' a nn no 1x," LIFE MEMBERS IN FRONT Row: DAVID BROWN, ANDRA GOBLE. CLAUDIA ZINK, JUDY TURN, PAT ROBINETT. JUDY LINDA LEWIS. GRETA Jo WHITE, KAREN SWALL. CAROLYN WILLIARD, JERRY BRADLEY. 2ND Row: JOYANNE SHANNON. Inc ldii Y S I' E """'Pf i , X I f I N L U U' if rv ALLEN, PHYLIS IACONO, JEANNINE RUBLE. SUE HILL, PRISCILLA WOLFE-JONES. SHIRLEY LIVINGSTON, KAY HENRY. SHARON O'BARR, NDNTE SHACKELFORD, MARY QUINN BRowN.3RD Row: SPONSOR JACK SHELEY. LINDA SouzA, DONNA COOPER, MARILYN LEvIN. JEANETTE BENSON, JANET GRAVLEE. CAROLYN DUTTO. GERREL SHEPHERD. RUTH BERGMAN. CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION AND TORCH CLUB DEDICATED TO SCHOOL SERVICE AND SCHOLARSHIP, TORCH CLUB AND CAL IFORNIA SCHOLARS FEDERATION, SPONSORED BY MR. JACK SHELEY, ARE COMBINED AT TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL AS AN HONOR SOCIETY. WHOSE MEMBERS HAVE MANY PRIVILEGES. MEMBERSHIP DETERMINED BY SERVICE AND GRADE POINTS. IN THE SPRING OF 1958. THE MEMBERS TOOK A TWO DAY FIELD TRIP TO SAN IN BOTH ORGANIZATIONS IS FRANCISCO. THEY ALSO VISITED THE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY. THE CLUBS HAD SLAVE SALES AND CAKE SALES TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE TRIP AND FOR THE TWO S75 SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN AT GRADUATION. FOURTEEN LIFE MEMBERS OF CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION ARE T0 BE HONORED AT COMMENCEMENT. FRONT Row: JOHN MCDONALD, JERRY GARVIN, BARBARA STRAIGHT, SHARON DAVIS, SUE RIL EY. PEGGY WHISMAN. DEANNA LORENZO. DIANNE SMYTHE. ZND Row: GLENDA BRADY. BERNICE BON0. DONALD RICHERT. HELEN SwANSoN, DENISE KNAPP. SHERDN CARTWRIGHT, NANCY LAURITZEN, PAT LONGAN, BRENDA PHILPDTT. 3RD Row: Mo CLIFFORD ATKINSON, JAMES PETERS. REEVE HENNION. GERALD LONG, DON NEWSOME. RRIS DEAN. DENNIS PERRY. Hqiv T5 5 Rwmmv --Y' A A HIP T I -an f, g . .3 ,vw pN,3Kw . i K ,R -L FRONT Row: BETTY MENEZES. SANDY WILLIAMS. BONNIE SCOTT. MARGARET HEPBURN. VIRGINIA INFANTE. CONNIE HASLAM, SUSAN EIDSWICK. KAREN LOWE. DANA DAMRON. JOAN RIGGS. 2ND Row: RUTH FALTER. CAROL FREEMAN, LAVON PORTER. SANDY NY. NADINE BURRY. GwEN GOBLE, LORENE RADMACHER. EMILY RENAUD. PAT BRYAN. 3RD Row: JAN STRAWMYER. TONY BENNINGFIELD. ANN BUSBV, SUZANNE SOULTS. BILLIE JEAN O'BRIEN, JULIA BAILEY. MARGARET PEERS. DOROTHY GIST. CATHERINE ADAMS. 4TH Row: DAVID ARMSTRONG. JOHN BERRYHILL, CHUCK SMYTHE. RONALD PERRY, PETE MORRELLI. LEONARD REED. ALAN BURTON. EDDIE MENDONCA. 5TH Row: CHARLES RICHARDSON. TOMMY KIRKER. DOUG YARBROUGH. JERRY COY. TERRY FRY, PAT SHANNON. JOHN OGBURN. BILL SILVEIRA. JAMES Rlx. C.S F.AND TORCH CLUB FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA F.H.A. IS A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION MADE UP OF HOMEMAKING STUDENTS. ITIS INTEGRATED WITH THE HOMEMARING COURSES. DEVELOPING SOCIAL QUALITIES AND PROMOTING BETTER HOME LIFE FOR ITS MEMBERS AND FAMILIES. CLUB OFFICERS ARE:SHELBA HAMPTON, PRES- IDENT: KAREN FIELDER. SECRETARY: AND NANCY FINDLEY. TREASURER. MRS. BEA MYERS IS CLUB SPONSOR. FRONT Row: WILDA STARLING, MARY ANN DIAS. CAROLYN BONDS. SHELBA HAMPTON, BETTY Cox. 2ND Row: NANCY FINDLEY, KAREN FIELDER, MERCEDES FORSEY, PAT PHILLIPS 3RD Row: MARTHA KORNEFF. CHARLOTTE CASSADAY, MRS. PRISCILLA KENT. MRS. BEATRICE MYERS. cw Q- f 'uw A if if ix? XX x 5 rf Y' EQ H , Q "! N xx 54 2, N . riff Y a iv .E f, S 'U . We-f W vm ll my J FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA HAD AN ENROLLMENT OF 133 MEMBERS IN SEPTEMBER. OFFICERS wHO BROUGHT THE CLUB FORWARD THIS YEAR WERE! JOHN AVILA, PRESIDENT: MANUEL SA. VICE PRESIDENT: DOYLE SEARCY. SECRETARY: ANTHONY RIBEIRO. TREASURER: EUGENE KARNES. REPORTER: AND MANUEL RIBEIRO, SENTINEL. TULARE wAS SECOND IN THE REGIONAL COOPERATIVE MARKET- ING TESTS WITH JOHN AVILA HIGH INDIVIDUAL AND ROY HENSON THIRD. THE PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDURE TEAM wAS 5TH OUT OF 9 SCHOOLS IN THE SECTIONAL CONTEST. A POULTRY FRYER CONTEST. SPONSORED BY HEISKELL'S. wAs wON BY ROBERT GRISSOM WHOSE FRYERS AVERAGED 3.4 LBS. AT 9 WEEKS. THE DAIRY TEAM HAS PLACED HIGH THIS YEAR AND LOOKS GOOD FOR STATE FINALS AT CAL POLY. THE MEAT TEAM AND POULTRY ALSO HAVE A CHANCE OF WINNING. TULARE TAKES OVER FUTURE FARMERS' FIELD DAY THANKS TO A GOOD AG MECHANICS TEAM. ROBERT STUHAAN GETS THE VOTE FOR THE MOST UNSELFISH ACT. HE PICKED THE HIGH SCHOOL COTTON AND DONATED S600 TO THE F.F.A. NEIL BONO AND DON GREEN MADE STATE FARMER AND WJLL GO TO CAL POLY TO RECEIVE THEIR DEGREE. MR. GLEN GOOD. MR. NORMAN WALKER AND MR. CHARLES COOK ARE CLUB SPONSORS. TULARE HAD MANY WINNERS IN AG CONTESTS THIS YEAR. AMONG THEM ARE DON TIDWELL. EWITIIINIII A Tuma T -Im wmv AG BOYS PREPARED A DISPLAY FOR THE MAIN HALL DURING F.F.A. WEEK IN FEBRUARY. ALMOST ALL BOYS SHOw THEIR PRO- JECTS AT THE COUNTY FAIR IN SEPT. PICTURED ARE DON ESPINDULA, REYNOLD BENSON, AND JOHNNY MAxEY. JOHN AVILA. CHAPTER PRESIDENT, PRESENTS POULTRY: ANTHONY RIBEIRO. DAIRY PRODUCTS: VELMA RIBEIRO WITH A SWEETHEART JACKET A5 AND JOHN ROCHA, AG MECHANICS. MANUEL SA WATCHES- .dl .4 ., T QA HRQI A -TE 5 "ky .,,. ?. I FRONT Row: BETTY ROSS. JOYCE PRICE. MARGARET DOOSON. JUDY CURTIS. ZND Row: CARMEN SALINAS. REBA GRIFFIN CHAIRMAN PAT CLARKSON, SEC. MABEL SIMOES. 3RD Row: SPONSOR JACK THEIGE. FRANCES SULLIVAN, MARGARET LOVEALL CLERICAL CO-EDS CLUB THE CLERICAL CO-EDS IS A LOCAL ORGANI- ZATION OFFERED TO STUDENTS IN THE WORK Ex- PERIENCE PROGRAM. THESE STUDENTS ARE HIRED BY THE LOCAL BUSINESS MEN AS PART TIME OFFICE WORAERS. SOME OF THE DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES HELD BY THIS GROUP ARE: AFTER- GAME DANCES. FOOD SALES. ETC. THE STUDENTS OFFER A BANQUET FOR THEIR EMPLOYERS AT WHICH AWARDS ARE PRESENTED TO OUTSTANDING STUDENTS. THIS CLUB IS AFFILIATED WITH FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA. THE SPONSOR IS JACK THEIGE. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA FBLA IS A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OFFERED TO STUDENTSOF BUSINESS. EACH YEAR DISTRICT AND STATE CONVENTIONS ARE HELD TO GIVE THE STUDENTS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF BUSINESS. THIS YEAR TWO TULARE STUDENTS COMPETED IN CONTESTS AT THE CONVENTIONS. THE CLUB ALSO HAS SOCIAL EVENTS AND MONEY RAISING PROJECTS. OFFICERS THIS YEAR ARE PRESIDENT MABEL SIMOES: VICE-PRESIDENT DONNA WEBB: SECRETARY LINDA SOUZAg TREAS- URER JERRI FARIA: REPRESENTATIVE SYBIL KEETER, AND SPONSOR MRS. BETH SMITH. FRONT Row: SARAH CHABIEL, BETTY ROSS, PAT CLARKSON, MABEL SIMOES. JUDY CURTIS. DONNA LEA WEBB. 2ND Row: JOYCE PRICE. CAROL GILBERT. FRANCINE MEEK, REBA GRIFFIN. PATTY JOHNSON. CAROL HUTSELL. LINDA SOUZA SYBIL KEETER. 3RD Row: SPONSOR MRS. BETH SMITH, MARGARET ABNEY, MARILYN CARVALHO, MARGARET LOVEALL. SHARON COSTA. 4TH Row: SPONSOR JACK THEIGE, CARMEN SALINAS. BARBARA WARD. FRANCES SULLIVAN. BEVERLY 0'SHIELDS JUDY FLETCHER. rw B 'Q 1 'v 35 'ins Sgt Q- 'Q' ,Q wr- A .. I vw R, -Ts, as T, ZMAA, rg. INSET: PRESIDENT CAROLYN WILLIARD. FRONT Row: JANICE JONES. HELEN HERNANDEZ, DONNA CARRIERE. LYNETTE KYLE SUZANNE ATTESERRY. DIANNE SMYTHE. SHARON CHOATE. 2ND Row: MARGARET ALBERTI. ELVINA ROSS. RITA FAGUNDES LINDA HERNANDEZ, CYNTHIA FAGUNDES, LAQUITTA GWALTNEY. MARGARET LOPEZ. DIANE KEEFE, THERESA GONZALES 3RD Row: SPONSOR CLARA FRANCIS. MARY KALISVAART, SUE YEARY, MERLE SOULTS, LYNN CHENHALL. NADINE THORPE FLORENA BILIARDI. FUTURE NURSE'S CLUB THE MAIN PURPOSE OF THE CLUB IS TO GIVE THE GIRLS AN IDEA OF THE REQUIREMENTS AND INTERESTING POSSIGILITIES OF A NURSING CAREER OR A CAREER IN ANY OF NURSING'S ALLIED FIELDS. A MOTHER-DAUGHTER DINNER wAS HELD wITH A SPEAKER wHO EXPLAINED THE REQUIREMENTS OF NURSING. TRAY FAVORS WERE MADE FOR THE COUNTY HOSPITAL AT CHRISTMAS. A JOINT TEA wAS HELD WITH THE CORCORAN CLUB AND A PICNIC CLIMAXED THE YEAR'S ACTIVITIES. MRS. CLARA FRANCIS IS SPONSOR. FUTURE RETAILERS' CLUB THE FUTURE RETAILER'S CLUB IS A BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB. THERE ARE THREE MAIN EVENTS DURING THE YEAR. ONE IS THE EMPLOYEE-EMPLOYER BANOUET AT WHICH THE STUDENT MERCHANDISING AWARD IS PRESENTED TO THE OUTSTANDING STUDENT. NEXT IS THE CENTRAL SECTION CON- VENTION AT WHICH TROPHIES ARE AWARDED FOR MERCHANDISE DISPLAYS. THE STATE CONVENTION wAS HELD IN SAN JOSE WITH THE LOCAL CLUB WINNING ZND IN THE COMPREHENSIVE MERCHAN- DISING EXAM AND RECEIVING A TROPHY. FRONT Row: BARBARA PHIPPS, JUDY PATRICK. CAROLYN WRIGHT, ENA CRASE, JOSEPHINE FERNANDES. BEVERLY JOHNSON 2ND Row: SPONSOR EUGENE OVERHOLT. SANDY REYES. LARRY PEEK, RONEAU ASAY, LYDIA OUINONEZ, SUE CUNNINGHAM 3RD Row: GLEN BOHNSTEDT. JACK DODDS. VIRGIL MOORE. JERRY HOLLAND. BOB CLUBB. -.W A l 1"' n'9 :flaw fr S. 'H frffk' FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA TULARE'S FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA, THOUGH NOT NUMEROUS ENOUGH TO FILL THE NATION'S SCREAMING NEED FOR MORE AND EVER MORE TEACHERS. ARE REASON ENOUGH T0 HAVE FAITH IN THE FUTURE OF THE UNITED STATES. FOR HERE ARE THE GENEROUS AND DEDICATED GIvERs OF SELF wHO WILL CAST THEIR SHADOWS IN THE CLASSROOMSOF TOMORROW. CLUB MEMBER- SHIP IN BOTH GENDERS AND THE TREASURY HAVE GROWN DURING THIS SUCCESSFUL FOURTH YEAR ON CAMPUS, AND WITH CONTINUED GROWTH AND ENTHUSIASM THE F T.A, WILL HAVE BOTH THE RUSSIANS AND THETEACHER SHORTAGEON THERUN FRONT Row: KAY GLASS. LAvADA MUNDAY. PEGGY WHISMAN, MARJORIE RICHARDSON, RUTH FALTER, ELAINE HARRIS PATRICIA TAYLOR. JUDY KELLEY. 2ND Row: NANCY LAURITZEN. DOROTHY IRVING. ANITA VILLARREAL. NANCY WALKER DONA HELLAND. CAROL NOFFSINGER. SANDY WILLIAMS. JUDY ALLEN. 3RD Row: BETTY LOU MULLINIx, ANN MCGAHA ANN BUSBY. PAT LONGAN. RUTH BERGMAN. JOHN MCDONALD, NADINE BURRY. 4TH Row: SPONSOR MORRIS KNUDSEN. GRETA WHITE CAROLYN DUTTO. DEANA HANSEN. DAN RIX, MORRIS DEAN. I i I -.. I."-4 " A,Q xg' I ' K 'Ll-0' F I A 1 ' Q3 I : .XL .gi fir?-.nt ,mn 2 ff"I-KX: I .1 . 1-ifix w. 5, if - :U-F 4. N, -., ,qv C7 of t C, .www I' .nnfnnnd x' il' 5 C1 I 1 . 3 Q 9. 6 E fT'a A i 2 W A gl D FRONT Row: DON RAMIREZ, REEVE HENNION, PAUL DOHERTY. DENNIS MILLIGAN. ROBERT GAYLER, TOMMY LIVINGSTON, PAT LONGAN. ZND Row: BILLIE JEAN O'BRlEN, DULCIE AZERA. DIANE SOUZA, JEANETTE YOUNGER. SANDY LEVINE. LUANN ODEN, LUPE BELTRAN. ANN MCCRAIN, DIANNA HOBBS.3RD Row: HELEN KACHADOORIAN, JOY SWALL. JULIE STADDEN. SANDIE SHIELDS. ROSE M. RUIZ, DELL DUTTON. DEANNA LORENZO. CECILIA NEDRANO. SYBIL KEETER. 4TH Row: ELAINE HARRIS. SUSAN EIDSWICK. CAROL NOFFSINGER. LINDA SNIDER. PEGGY BRUNING, LAVON PORTER. PHYLLIS MAE SOUZA, BETTY MENEZES. JUDY KELLY. 5TH Row: PAT GALLAHER. DIANE PITTMAN, BEVERLY O'SHIELDS. LYNN ALLEN. 6TH Row: SUZANNE SOULTS, GAYLE HARMON. OTEKA MCCARTER. MARGARET PEERS. PAT GORDON, PATTY TAYLOR, MARCIA BECK. SPONSOR WILLIE TOMLINSON. 7TH Row: DOROTHY GOEMAN, RUTHANN STILES. CAROL CADONA, DONNA MCNATT, JESSLYN PHELPS.FLORA SCOTT. JUDY BELEZZOULI. RALLY CLUB THE RALLY CLUB HAD A VERY GOOD YEAR UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF PRESIDENT DON RAMIREZ, VICE-PRESIDENT JUDY BELEZZUOLI. SECRETARY ROSE MARGARET RUIZ AND TREASURER BETTY MENEZES. THE CLUB PUT ON THE ANNUAL BONFIRE RALLY, WHICH WAS A BIG SUCCESS. AND HELPED SCHOOL SPIRIT GREATLY. RALLY CLUB ALSO PUT ON A"RECORD HOPH WHICH ALSO TURNED OUT A BIG SUCCESS. SPONSORS ARE ROY COON AND MRS. TOMLINSON. KEY CLUB THE KEY CLUB IS A SERVICE CLUB. TAKING THE SAME PART IN SCHOOL LIFE THAT THE SPONSORING KIwANIS CLUB TAKES IN COMMUNITY LIFE. A TYPICAL KEY CLUB ACTIVITY THIS YEAR wAS TAKING CHARGE OF DISTRIBUTING AND COLLECTING MARCH OF DIMES DONATION CON- TAINERS IN TOWN AND AT SCHOOL. THE PICTURE SHOWS MEMBERS COUNTING RECEIPTS FROM THE DRIVE. SPONSORS OF THE CLUB ARE JOHN WARD AND VERNON LONGLEE. PRESIDENT BOB EVANS. SEC.-TREAS.DON CARLTON, SPONSOR VERNON LONGLEE, ROBERT TRIPP. DAVID BROWN, WORDEN HARRIS, DON PITTMAN. JOHN SHIPLEY. JOHN JARRETT. DEAN GLASS. BRUCE ROBERTSON. SPONSOR JOHN WARD. I .4 -lf- bw! M I I i 2 A,,-f E .9 Q im 5 dis I fT:f' I SQL .A .. ,ip Q ! u' l J 5 Q Wk fi Q R 4 ,. S, V...-1 I qs ' If gguw U Lk 51 gh 2 N . -' .Af 1 ' I 5 , ' ,, i I 5 1 FRONT Row: BURKE MCMURDO. JAN STRAwMYER. GEORGE BERGER. MARY BROWN. SHARON DAVIS. KAREN BERGMAN 2ND Row: JOHN Kwocx, RONNIE ABBOTT. SPONSOR FLORENCE CASADY, RONNIE HIFNER, REX HORTON. VICTOR CASSIDY 3RD Row: LARRY PRASTER. LOREN ROGER, PHIL POSSON. SCIENCE CLUB THE SCIENCE CLUB OF TULARE HIGH GAVE CERTIFICATES OF MERIT TO THE THREE OUT4 STANDING STUDENTS IN CHEMISTRY AND THE THREE OUTSTANDING STUDENTS IN PHYSICS THIS YEAR. THE CLUB ALSO PUT THE NAME OF THE OUTSTANDING GIRL AND BOY SCIENTIST ON THE PLAQUE STARTED BY LAST YEAR S CLUB. THIS YEAR THE OFFICERS OF THE CLUB WERE! MARY QUINN BROWN, PRESIDENT: SHARON DAVIS. VICE PRESIDENT: KAREN BERGMAN. SECRETARY-TREAS- URER. THE CLUB SPONSOR IS MISS FLORENCE CASADY. RADIO CLUB T.U.H.S. RADIO CLUB MEMBERSARE STUDENTS WHO HAVE AN F.C.C. AMATEUR LICENSE. ARE WORKING TOWARD A LICENSE. ORARE INTERESTED IN RADIO AS A HOBBYOR A VOCATION. OUR CLUB HAS 20 MEMBERS THIS YEAR. Two MEMBERS HAVE LICENSESAT PRESENT: VICTOR CASSADAY KNGYYT AND JERRY WITTE KNGKMF. OUR CLUB WORKED CONCESSIONS AT BALL GAMES AND PURCHASED A NEW WRL GLOBE CHIEF TRANSMITTER FOR CLUB USE. OUR CLUB RADIO CALL IS WSYBK WHICH WE HAVE HELD SINCE I932. CLUB SPONSOR IS NELSON WITTE WSMOU. FRONT Row: SPONSOR NELSON WITTE. SEC.-TREAS. ALAN BURTON. DON LAHANN, JOHNNY NEELEY, PRES. VICTOR CASSADAY ZND ROW: VICE-PRES. REX HORTON, JAMES PETERS. GERALD WITTE. 'IE A I A ' . A I N ELI 5.9 I x O I 5 I I I I I F I .. II 'B I FRONT Row: FRANKIE CARDOZA, MARY GILPIN, DAPHNE GILPIN. CAROL WEEKS. JOSEPH LORENZO.2ND Row: MICHAEL LORENZO. BRYAN BARD, JERRY DIxON, RONALD FARIA. 3RD Row: RICHARD MADALA, JOHN OGBURN. THOMAS DAVIS VIRGIL MOORE, PAT SHANNON, SPONSOR STANLEY MANRO. AVIATION CLUB THE YEAR OF THE SATELLITES AND ROCKETS TURNED OUR ATTENTION SOME WHAT AwAY FROM AERODYNAMICS AND TOwARD THRUST IN SMALL PACKAGES. IT ALSO TURNEDUS FROM THE ANNUAL TOUR OF EDWARDS AIR FORCE FLIGHT TEST CENTER TO A VISIT OF ROCKET TESTING GOING ON AT THE NAVY'S CHINA LAKE BASE. JERRY DIxON wAs PROMINENT AS PHOTOGRAPHER FOR AIR YOUTH DAY IN FRESNO. RAY ARTIM HAS HAD HIS PRIVATE PILOTIS LICENSE A YEAR NOW. SEVERAL MEMBERS ARE INTHE AVIATION SCIENCE CLASS AND TULARE CIVIL AIR PATROL. FRONT Row: ROSALIE KNIGHT. ELDON KILBY, GERALD WITTE. GERALD PETERS. DON WHITE. 'hur- A'--!f':z EGEDIO VIEIRA PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB THE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB WAS ORGANIZED THIS YEAR. AFTER BEING INACTIVE FOR SEVERAL YEARS. THE CLUB IS OFF TO A Fl NE START WITH MANY ACTIVITIES. INCLUDING SEVERAL FIELD TRIPS. HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR WAS A PHOTO CONCESSION AT THE BACKWARD DANCE. THE PHOTO CLUB HOPES WITH THEIR MANY ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE THEIR ABILITIES AND TECHNIQUES. AND TO FURTHER THE ART OF FINE PHOTOGRAPHY. THE SPONSOR IS PHOTOGRAPHY TEACHER ANDREW EISNOR JERRY DIXON. ZND Row: RICHARD .I KIRKBRIDE WW? rw JAMES PETERS f I viii? v9 W ANMWWW . I 'I I-I A fwkamwg wg O? E' 'I E .ug ' . fyQXX iw . ,i?f?pQ5: I pi ' Ptgvl-ty!-I I G' fl 9, M' Q. FRONT ROW: DONNA CARRIERE. LYNETTE KYLE. LDPE BELTRAN. VIRGINIA INFANTE, ANITA VILLARREAL. 2ND Row: SUE ARMS. HELEN HERNANDEZ. CECILIA MEDRANO. CAROL ELLIS. CAROL LAWSON. 3RD Row: LEONARD REED. DENISE KNAPP HELEN SwANsON, GWEN GOBLE. DON RAMIREZ. SPANISH CLUB EVERY YEAR SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS HAVE ENJOYED TWO PARTIES, ONE WITH A PINATA NEAR CHRISTMAS AND ANOTHER A VALENTINE PARTY WITH DANCING, EATS. AND PUNCH. EACH CHRISTMAS A NEEDY FAMILY OR TWO ARE RE- MEMBERED BY THE CLUB, AND FROM FIVE TO TEN DOLLARS ARE DONATED TO A CHARITABLE ORGAN- IZATION. THIS YEAR THE PROCEEDS OF A CAKE SALE DOWNTOWN, WERE DONATED TO CHARITY. A PICNIC AT MOONEY'S GROVE WITH A BASEBALL GAME AND LOTS OF EATS ENDS THE YEAR'S ACTIVITIES. FRANK ELICECHE IS SPONSOR. TRI -HI -Y CL,UB TRI-HI-Y IS A SERVICE ORGANIZATION, AND THE GIRLS PARTICIPATED IN LOCAL AND COUNTY PROJECTS CONNECTED WITH THE Y.M.C.A. PRO- GRAM. MEETINGS WERE HELD TWICE A MoNTH,oNE AFTER SCHOOL AND ONE AT A MEMBER'S HOME. THE OFFICERS ARE: RUTH MILLER. PRESIDENT: EVELYN MCCALLISTER. VICE-PRESIDENT: DIANE SMYTHEAND CHRISTY SQHUMACHER. SECRETARIES: NADINE BURRY. TREASURER: SANDRA NY. CHAP- LAIN: AND LO ELLEN ATWOOD. REPORTER. THE SPONSOR IS MRS. CHARLOTTE PETERSON. FRONT Row: ROGENA DEGGE. DIANNE SMYTHE. DANA DAMRON, KAREN LowE. 2ND Row: PAT BRYAN, JOAN RIGGS. ANNE GARRISON. CONNIE HASLAM. SHARON HOTCHKISS. 3RD Row: JUDY OSTERMAN, NADINE BURRY, EVELYN MCCALLISTER, BETTY Lou MULLINIX. SPONSOR CHARLOTTE PETERSON. 954, A4 ' HQ illf glut if 0 FAI, . X Q 4 m 411' S57 xW ,guy I I N an A-wif' 4 W C: 9 in E WM . 4U"'A"+2?. il ,,'Wx Tj.. FRONT Row: LUCY VASOUEZ. GRACE CEBALLOS. PRESIDENT JUDY KELLEY. SEC. GLORIA FAGUNDES. ADRIANA ARENAS. ZND Row: WANDA RANKIN. PATTY TAYLOR, CAROL GILBERT. TREAS. ROSEMARY SOUZA, RACHEL VARGAS. 3RD Row: HELEN SWANSON. VICE-PRES. JUDY BELLEZZUOLI. EMILY RENAUD. ELISA ARENAS. GIRLS' OFFlCIAL'S CLUB USHERETTE CLUB THE GIRLS' OFFICIALS CLUB IS A SERVICE THE USHERETTE CLUB IS A SERVICE CLUB CLUB. WHICH WAS FORMED 6 YEARS AGO. THE FOR THE SCHOOL. ITS MEMBERS USHER AT ALL OBJECT OF THE CLUB IS TO TRAIN GIRLS TO SCHOOL FUNCTIONS. SUCH AS THE JUNIOR AND OFFICIATE TEAM SPORTS AND TO TEACH THEM TO SENIOR PLAYS. ETC. ANY GIRL IS ELIGIBLE TO ENCOURAGE GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP AT ALL TIMES. BE A MEMBER IF SHE IS WILLING TO ABIDE BY THE GIRLS OFFICIATE VOLLEYBALL.BASKETBALL. THE CLUB'S CONSTITUTION. PRESIDENT IS SOFTBALL, AND TRACK MEETS FOR ANY GRAMMAR GLENDA FRIED. MISS RUTH LETH IS SPONSOR. SCHOOL IN THE HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT. TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A CLUB PIN YOU HAVETO REFEREE TWO SPORTS. ONE OF WHICH MUST BE BASKET- BALL, AND PASS A BASKETBALL TEST. CLUB SPONSOR IS MISS NORMA KEMPER. FRONT Row: GLENDA FRIED. GRACE CEBALLOS. ADRIANA ARENAS. ANGIE CORTEZ. 2ND Row: ERNESTINE VELASCO. IRENE MONTERIOS. ELISA ARENAS. 3RD Row: SPONSOR RUTH LETH, ANN MCGAHA, RACHEL VARGAS. F. ll 3 if ysgixvkr SPORTS GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP IS IMPORTANT IN EVERY PHASE OF IFE. IN THE ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES AT T.U.H.S. THI CHARACTER TRAIT IS STRESSED. STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO RECOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SELF DISCIPLINE. THE ATHLETIC FIELD SERVES AS A TESTING GROUND. NOT ONLY OF PHYSICAL STRENGTH, BUT OF CHARACTER DON RAMERIZ I DELL DUTTON JUDY BELLEZZUOLI CDUR CHEERLEADERS HEAD YELL LEADER DON RAMERIZ AND HIS TEAM INITIATED SEVERAL ACTIVITIES TO BOOST SCHOOL SPIRIT THIS YEAR, BESIDES CARRYING ON SUCH TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AS RALLIES. COLOR DAY, THE SERPENTINE AND BONFIRE RALLY. ONE SUCH NEW ACTIVITY WAS THE PREPARA- TION OF A FLOAT FOR THE DAIRY FIESTA PARADE. THE VENTURE BROUGHT A FIRST PLACE IN ITS DIVISION. I sfs Sons LEADERS DIANE PITTMAN PEGGY BRUNING BEVERLY O'SHIELDS ROBERTA RENIKER Inov PICTUREDI SPORTS' REVIEW Fo BA WR RI TR OTBALL: VARSITY TEAM--TIED FOR ZND IN C.Y.L. B TEAM--ZND IN C.Y.L. C TEAM--2No PLACE THOUGH UNDEFEATED. sxs TBA LL: VARSITY TEAM--TIED FOR ZND IN C.Y.L. C TEAM--IST PLACE IN C.Y.L. ESTL ING! A WINNING TEAM. PLE TEA M: STATE CHAMPS. ACK! VARSITY--DEFE ING CHAMPIONS f ff I fSll?"' fn .,yn Q Z, gs A M 5 WA-ur. .da I Q. yds Q, -Y 'Y wa. ... .- , sun In ,W , -'im .26 fi' L..V.5::1kf.-if,:y:1'.g"'Q.1,IzQWsF fnW5.:7Z'i4QQti34Qa'T52fr'.Ef'I3!1i if' 5 I 3 i I cdr ' fi 5 I 361 L v K sf , sf ai M ww LJ 4 .1 I FRONT Row: JOHNNY CRAWFORD. NORMAN SHIELDS. MIKE SCHOTT. RAIN BEAVERS. 2ND Row: LEON TAYLOR. TONY WORTNER. LEON BARADAT, WAYNE HALE. SENIQR LETTERMEN FRONT Row: MANUEL BILVADO. DAVID ROGERS. PAT NUNES. EDMOND WERT. 2ND Row: LEON BECKWITH. MALCOLM GIBSON, JOHNNY WOODS. SAM LIZARDO. ? N,4. f-v-www ,.:-w-- Il Uffi .1 3 P M '14 E FRONT Row: MARILYN LEVIN, JUDY TURK, PAT ROBINETT, JEANNINE RUBLE. SUE HILL. 2ND Row: LARRY PAxToN, JERRY BRADLEY. DENNIS MILLIGAN, JOHN JARRETT. TULARE HIGH GRADUATED A GREAT NUMBER OF GOOD ATHLETES THIS YEAR. IN REPRESENTING THE SCHOOL THIS YEAR THEY HAVE SHOWN GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP AND LEADERSHIP OUALITIES. SEVERAL OF THESE YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE PARTICIPATED IN MORE THAN ONE TEAM OR INDIVIDUAL SPORT. LETTERS MAY BE EARNED IN ANY OF THE INTER-SCHOLASTIC SPORTS. FRONT Row: ROLAN CARSON. MANUEL MACHADO. DICK ANDERSON. LEONARD CORREIA. ZND Row: DEWAYNE PERRY. GEORGE ASHMORE. NEIL BONO. WILLIE WILHELM. n' I SCORES TULARE I3 DELANo I4 TULARE 20 NoRTH HIGH 26 TULARE 6 MADERA 25 TULARE 6 'HANFORD 0 TULARE 39 'REEDLEY 25 TULARE 0 'MT. WHITNEY 27 TULARE 26 'REDWOOD 6 TULARE 29 ARvIN I2 I ' LEAGUE GAMES THIS SEASON THE REDSKIN FOOTBALL TEAM, - WITH THREE WINS our or FIVE sAMEs, TIED I FoR SECOND PLACE IN THE CENTRAL YOSEMITE ig X LEAGUE. 'Xt I A BEcAUsE THE VARSITY SQUAD wAs coMPosEo 'vff' Q, ' LARGELY or soPHoMoREs. THE COACHING STAFF R ,gf J HAS STRONG HOFES THAT IN THE NEAR FUTURE XX fi-A-A T.U.H.S. WILL HAVE A CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM. . nf---.r-.g A FRoNT Row: JERRY NoaLE. NEIL Bono. LEON BECKHITH, JACK Domus. En GUARDANAPO, NORMAN SHIELns, WAYNE HALE. 2No Row: LEON TAYLOR. MALCOLM GIasoN. MIKE SCHOTT, JERRY GUARDANAPO, BRUCE RosERTsoN. MIKE MCGREW. GEORGE ASHMORE. 3Ro Row: En POPE, MANUEL MAcHAoo. JOHN CRAWFORD. JOHN CORLEY, RAY IVIE. JAY IVIE, HAROLD MCCLANAHAN 4TH Row: SIDNEY BRADSHAW. JOHN Wooos, ANTHONY RIsEIRo. MARLOW WILeouRN. CHARLES JOHNSON, DON NEWSOME. SAM LIZARDO, WILLIE WILHELM. 5TH Row: CARL CARTLIDGE. NORMAN DAY. MANUEL RIBEIRO. JIM GILBERT, MAX CHOBOIAN, BILL STEPHENSON, KEITH RINKER. JACK CLARK. 6TH Row: COACH OSCAR EDMINSTER. CoACH LARRY DECARLC. ANTHONY WORTNER, WAYNE EcHoLs. DON STEWART. LEON BARADAT. CoAcH GENE KINMAN, COACH BILL NY. mm Img f E W H5868 1 1 I I3 CLASS FOOTBALL C0-CAPTAINS KENT KRELLER AND TED SMITH LED THE PAPOOSES TO SECOND PLACE IN THEIR LEAGUE. THREE VICTORIES. ONE TIE, AND ONE LOSS CONSTITUTES THEIR RECORD IN THE CENTRAL l YOSEMITE LEAGUE, TULARE TULARE TULARE TULARE TULARE TULARE TULARE TULARE TULARE SCORES 7 DELANO 7 NORTH HIGH O MADERA 23 'HANFORD 6 'REEDLEY 20 'MT. WHITNEY 7 'PORTERVILLE 27 'REDWOOD 27 ARVIN 'LEAGUE GAMES FRONT Row: PAUL LAMBRECHT. KENT KRELLER. CARL MENDONCA, DUANE PIcANso, PAT NUNES, JERRY COY, SAM WHITE CORKY ANDERSON. ZND Row: ROLAND RAMIREZ, LARRY KNAPP, MIKE GIBSON. Dous WILLIAMS, JERRY BROWN. EDDIE VELAsco MIKE BISHOP. DON SHACKELFORD. 3RD Row: MARK HOLLANO. LEROY DENNIS. RONNIE GILBERT. RALPH LAwLEss LEONARD REED. RANDOLPH TAFOYA, RONNIE LUCIO. EDMOND WERT, 4TH Row: TERRY FRY. CHARLES TYRA. FRANK THOMPSON LEON SHAVER. JOHN MCGREW, MIKE MANRO. TEDDY SMITH. LOUIS OROSCO. 5TH Row: COACH HERB MORRELLI. COACH MAX VOSHALL RAYMOND TAYLOR. JAMES Rlx. DON FINCH, WEs ZACHARY, COACH CARROLL STOWELL. i I l it I' -Y..H,,k.E. . -LEE Yqqw., ...,..+,.,. . . -A-L ..,,----,vsvn-...-.-...W A .. .E .4-. .-.. -v.------Y--.-v- .W wr A N , V X Kxrff- I, 419 if Y ' 3 CLASS 1 ' ,rv R127 - If T HL .gb FOOTBALL SCORES EKTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES PLACED THE TU'-ARE 0 DELAN0 0 UNDEFEATED LITTLE INDIANS SECOND IN THE T'-'LANE 33 CORCORAN 0 LEAGUE. REDWOOD HIGH, VIsALIA, HAD Eoun TU'-ARE 7 LINDSAY B'S 7 WINS. ONE TIE. GlVlNG THEM A LIGHT EDGE TULARE I3 CORCORAN 0 OVER TULARE'S RECORD or THREE WINS. TWO TuLARE I8 'HANFORD O -HES, TUI-ARE 7 'REEDLEY 7 HENRY THOMPSON AND VIRGIL wDoDs WERE TULARE I8 'MT. WHITNEY 6 C0.CAFTAlNSh TuLARE 7 'PORTERVILLE 0 TULARE 7 'REDWOOD 7 'LEAGUE GAMES FRONT Row: GARY BURNER. JIM GIFFEN. ROBERT LEE. JOE DEBISE. PETE MORRELLI. GARY MOUNT. DANNY MOORE. DAVID Lucio. JOHN TOLEDO, PETE BIONDA. ZND Row: CHARLES BROWN, LARRY 0'KEEFE. KENNETH CARR, RONNIE HOOVER. GARTH BROTT. DOUGLAS CAMP. JIM LAMBRECHT, JAMES OVERSTREET. BILL ASLIN. GERALD ASKIN. 3RD Row: RICHARD TAYLOR. ROBBIE MILLIGAN. DICK KERSEY. RAY LEAK. GREG REED. DwAlN BAXLEY. CHUCK SMYTHE. RONALD ICE. GRANT WALKER. MONNIE RITCHIE. 4TH Row: WINSTON LORING. KEITH UPTON. CHARLES COKER. JIMMY TORRES. BURK McMuRDO. VERNON HICKS. TOM PECK. SAM CLINTON, WILLIAM KARLE. 5TH Row: DOUGLAS HAWKINS, KEN MCCOLLUM. BILL BECKMAN. FRANK CORREIA, Boa HICKMAN, ALVIN COULTER. 6TH Row: CO-CAPTAINS HENRY THOMPSON AND VIRGIL WOODS. Ag gg: W K IEUf'l1IiiQz' 'lu WW . , -wexwwwwvq. , A wg Av.-AA-.n-unaunlw g, www- M A-ww H 'M . -WW QT rgw V ' 'U F . ' f . L5 G.. 4, M wi I 12-fog A ' 'IN' AA -,,mMMW,,,,. . , ...W W, W- .. I rug? A L X A I. . RG' LA f C M-I M-rMNNNM-M MM 7'WvNMQW'V?"Y' ' A O . ' 3 :init , ' ide' ,Wk 45' I VARSITY BASKETBALL THE REDSKINS, UNDER THE COACHING OF CLAUDE RETHERFORD. FINISHED THE 1957-58 SEASON WITH ITS BEST RECORD SINCE 1950, I7 WINS AND 9 LOSSES. THE TEAM wAS ONE OF THE MOST COLOREUL IN THE VALLEY, AND IT WAS GIVEN GOOD SUPPORT BY STUDENTS AND THE PEOPLE OF TULARE. THE REDSKINS PULLED SEVERAL BIG UPSETS DURING THE SEASON, IN' CLUDING WINS OvER DELANO. WHO wON THE COS HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENT: BAKERSFIELD,VICTOR IN THE KERN COUNTY INVITATIONAL TOURNEY: TWO WINS OVER COS J.V.'S: AND AN 83-32 wIN OvER CORCORAN, A NEW SCHOOL RECORD. DICK ANDERSON LED THE TEAM TO A SECOND PLACE TIE IN THE CENTRAL YOSEMITE LEAGUE. ANDERSON MADE IT A POINT TO BREAK EVERY RECORD HE COULD. AND HE NOW HOLDS THE SCHOOL SEASON POINTS RECORD. LEAGUE SEASON SCORING RECORD. AND THE LEAGUE SINGLE GAME SCORING RECORD. ANDERSON AND JAMES TIDwELL WERE NAMED TO THE CENTRAL YOSEMITE LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM AT THE END OF THE SEASON. H I I I ---..I...l V II g1:TII .2 'E Z!!! WW so Iv bggg? ,,q'.AA-59? II, C C V-,wWb, M V',f'k' SEQ: I .7 W5 P45 44AL.T 1A" iQ! 'raw Qgfig' 4 SCORES LEAGUE GAMES TULARE 29 PORTERVILLE 31 TULARE 52 MT. WHITNEY 40 TULARE 40 HANEORO 46 TULARE 57 REDWOOD 25 TULARE 60 REEDLEY A8 TULARE 50 PORTERVILLE 27 TULARE 54 MT. WHITNEY 44 TULARE 39 HANFORD 43 TULARE 57 REEDLEY AA LEFT TO RIGHT: DICK ANDERSON, MANUEL MACHADO, RAIN BEAVERS. MAX CHOBOIAN. ERNIE MCCURRY. COACH CLAUDE RETHERFORD. NORMAN DAY. BRUCE ROBERTSON. WOODROW MCAFEE, JAMES TIDWELL, LEON TAYLOR. .,A.,G::: , E FRONT Row: BOB BORBA. JOHNNY CASTRO, JIM LAMBRECHT. KEITH UPTON. HENRY THOMPSON, IGNACIO PEREZ. ZND Row: RAYMOND ELLIS. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS, CHARLES TYRA, MIKE MANRO, LEON SHAVER, WILLIE WASHINGTON CLASS cmd J.V.'5 ASKETI3 LL SEASON WITH A LEAGUE RECORD OF ONE WIN AND THE JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM HAD NINE LOSSES. BUT THEY WERE TRYING THEIR A FAIR SEASON THIS YEAR WITH A SIX WIN AND BEST ALL THE WAY. COACH CLARENCE LAYMON FOUR LOSS RECORD. LEDBY COACH KEITH ADAMS. HAD HIS BOYS READY FOR EVERY GAME BUT THEY THE J.V.'S DID THEIR BESTAND PROVIDED SOME JUST DIDN'T HAVE THE FINAL PUSH NECESSARY INTERESTING BALL GAMES FOR THE STUDENTS. TO GIVE THEM THE VICTORY. FRONT Row: FRANK ALVES. TOMMY MORENO. LEROY DENNIS, PAUL LAMBRECHT. ZND Row: COACH KEITH ADAMS. HARRY ASHMORE. SAM TRENARY, GEORGE ASHMORE, LARRY KNAPP. WENDELL GOBLE CLASS BASKETBALL THE HLITTLE PAPOOSES"PROVED THEIR PERENNIAL STRENGTH AGAIN THIS YEAR wITH ANOTHER LEAGUE TITLE TO ADD TO THEIR COL- LECTION. COACH BILL NY ONCE AGAIN SHOWED HIS BOYS THE WAY TO A LONG LIST OF WINS THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. ALTHOUGH THEY DON'T RECEIVE AS MUCH PUBLICITY AS THE OTHER TEAMS, THE LITTLE PAPOOSES sHOwED UP THEIR LARGER COUNTERPARTS BY ENDING THEIR SEASON WITH A BETTER LEAGUE RECORD, 8 WINS AND 2 LOSSES. THAN EITHER THE VARSITYOR THE B'S. FRONT ROW! DON TIDWELL. VIRGIL WOODS. GARTH BROTT. 2ND ROW: PETE MORRELLI. DUANE BAXLEY. DOUG HAWKINS. vs -- .. .. X I I ""' -v G T'-iT IT t 7 L ,wr-w.v-Fwwhnfawwwvpgm Tax H 1-nw-f-.1-f --vur'1"-T ,. f f-YWfA-Y v pw 1 ,,fa?PVF:i4 My l 2 rin 2 J ,ay ' V73 1 1,1 ', A X ZZMI' " W"-,'f' " L U", , VX kg JD 1 ?., 1 1, R ..A,,f..,, A X Q?-45 fx 1 I' , SCCRES TULARE 40 TULARE 33 TULARE 36 TULARE 36 TULARE 34 TULARE 44 TULARE 22 TULARE 25 TULARE 44 TULARE I7 PORTERVILLE MT. WHITNEY HANEORD REDWOOD REEDLEY PORTERVILLE MT. WHITNEY HANFORD REDWOOD REEDLEY BOD LEE. JERRY WOODS. LARRY CHACON. BOB HICKMAN. JIM GIFF IN. X K L, FRONT Row: GEORGE ASHMORE, WILLIE WILHELM. BOBBY BOWEN, CHARLES POPE. MANUEL MACI-IADO. RAY WARE LEE MAssEY 2ND Row: LEONARD CORREIA. JACK CLARK, DICK ANDERSON. MAX CHoaoIAN. JIM DUGGINS, RAYMOND ELLIS ED Pong COACH HERB MORRELLI. VARSITY BASEBALL RAINY WEATHER KEPT THE BASEBALL TEAMS INDOORS FOR THE EARLY PART OF THE SEASON. SO FEW SCORES WERE IN AS THE ARGUS WENT T0 PRESS.AT THAT TIME THE VARSITY WAS HOLDING ITS OWN. WITH FOUR WINS AND FOUR LOSSES. ,tx THE PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE LOOKED ii. GOOD. FOR THE PITCHING STAFF WAS MADE UP X , MOSTLY or SOPHOMORES AND JuNIoRs. 'Xl A I L K, F L xw A I K X f ' X, ,-,Xxx ITU ffm 'di ' 1- 1355 7A' A AV I ' R, sg.: 'X , I ' 'ffkv DHA. I ., .A X I' 'y7,,. , A TALK F X ' I I -- . X' gg! 1' X f EL 4 if c, Exx -E 4'W' - W -ig t"AirW J. V. BASEBALL L7 'P- COACH CARROLL STOWELL HAS A GROUP OF BOYS WHO ARE ON THE WAY T0 ANOTHER WINNING SEASON. AT THE , 'f TIME THE ARGUS WENT TO PRESS THEY HAD WON 8 AND LOST 3 GAMES. THE BULK OF THE PITCHING CHORES FELL UPON WILLIE WASHINGTON. BILL ROWE AND CORKY ,r Lf fi !n'fTff QL, f , I X Qasfyii I I,-.. V " 1 , ff. ' .3 , , .TAI ff A .V vf" kvx A pf' Mp A ' . 34 ,lf g , I I .V fiix . 14 ,I T , -4 4 V v Lx A ANDERSON, ALL SOPHOMORES. THE CATCHING WAS ADE- OUATELY HANDLED BY JUNIOR TEDDY SMITH AND FROSH PETE MORRELLI. MOSTOF THE PLAYERS WERE SOPHOMORES WITH ONLY A FEW JUNIORS ON THE SQUAD. THE TEAM BATTING AVERAGE IS WELL OVER .300 WHICH LOOKS WELL FOR THE FUTURE OF TULARE HIGH BASEBALL. FRONT Row: PERCY CARR. MORRIS DEAN. STEWART SMITH. DON NEWSOME. PETE MORRELLI. WILLIE WASHINGTON. ZND Row: ZEKE GARCIA, DON SHACKELFORD. TED SMITH, RONNIE DANIELS. CORKY ANDERSON, DENNIS 0'BARR. RONNIE Luclo. KENT KRELLER. PHILLIP CHACON, JERRY TRIPP. COACH CARROLL STOWELL. 1? .Mnmf A 352-xii I f Y 4-qgngi, N A. CH N" FRONT Row: DANNY HUNT, GARY BATTI. SAM CLINTON. KEITH UPTON, GARTH EROTT, FRANK CORREIA. RAUL CEBALLOS, 2ND Row: ERNEST CHABIEL. ROBERT MILLIGAN. HENRY OWENS. STANLEY MILSAP, LARRY CHACON, BILL TRAVIS. WES BECKNELL. FROSH BASEBALL THE FROSH BASEBALL TEAM HAD A FAIR SEA- SON THIS YEAR, AND ALL OF THE PLAYERS GOT PLENTY OF EXPERIENCE WHICH THEY WILL NEED NEXT YEAR ON THE JUNIOR VARSITYAND VARSITY TEAMS. COACHES CLARENCE LAYMON AND KEITH ADAMS HAD PLENTY OF BOYS TURN OUT FOR THE TEAM, AND THEY WLRL PROUD OF THE JOB THE BOYS, WHO DID THIS YEAR. FRONT Row: JOE MCPHETRIDGE. JOE MORENO. DANNY LEE PERRYMAN.2ND ROw:TOM KIRKER. TRINIDAD YEPEZ, HENRY KING. BRD Row: TOM DAVIS. MIKE ROBINETT, ..w ill YF ini L lk I HAD NEVER. PLAYED TOGETHER BEFORE. HUNT. COA ALFRED PA JIM CUPPI CROSS COUNTRY TULARE HAD ONEOF ITS BEST CROSS-COUNTRY SEASONS IN RECENT YEARS WITH A FIVE WIN AND ONE LOSS RECORD IN DUAL MEETS. THE REOSKIN VARSITY ALSO PLACED THIRD IN THE LEAGUE MEET. AND WAS NINTH IN THE VALLEY. THE B TEAM, WHICH TULARE HAD FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR, PLACED SECONDIN THE LEAGUE MEET. ERNIE LAMBRECHT DID A FINE JOB OF COACHING THESE TEAMS. CH ERNIE LAMBRECHT. GILBERT GARCIA. JIM MERJIL. DILLA. LARRY GRIMES. RICHARD SOTO. GEORGE MORENO. NGER. PAT SHANNON. ..!,L 'llllh -Q Q Q A, M .- A M '41 a , , K in 'T FRONT Row: TIM COOLEY, ISADOR NUNES. FRANK ARCE. MGR.SID BRADSHAW. LOUIS FERREIRA.JIMMERJIL.JIMROBERTSON. CARL SPARKS. 2ND Row: MANUEL BILVADO. Boa QUINTERO. CHARLES R. MORRIS. ELDON KILBY. JERRY DIXON. RICHARD WOLSEY, MIKE TORRES. 3RD Row: ERNIE CHABIEL. ADRIAN HOLQUIN, KENT KRELLER. SANDY REYES. TRINIDAD YEPEZ. ALAN BURTON, DON FINCH. 4TH Row: CoACH LARRY DECARLO, LEONARD REED. RAY ANDES. JERRY Conv. KENNETH WRAY, DICK MIDDLETON, RON GILBERT. CECIL AMOS. COACH OSCAR EDMINISTER. STH Row: JERRY BROWN. DON NEwsoME, JACK CLARK. Bos ANDERSON. LOUIS ORDSCO. JOHN MCGREW. BOB STUHAAN. GARY RIDDLE, PAT SHANNON. WRESTLING CIIICI BOXIN Q FRONT Row: CALVIN PHELPS. PAT POSTON, RALPH ALVARADO. ANGEL NANEZ, NDRBERT MERJIL. JOHN SARTUCHE. FRANK RAMIREZ. JAMES BEZERRA, JOHN GONZALES. JESSE GONZALES. COACH MAX VOSHALL. ZND Row: ROLAND RAMIREZ. MARK HOLLAND. RONNIE LAwRENCE. NEIL BONO. JIMMIE GILBERT, DEAN STEWART, DAVID SPARKS. EUGENE LONG. TONY RODRIGUEZ. MELVIN PIERCE. ...., I' A .1 uf? li 5 Au Y H Q.. 5 FRONT Row: LEON TAYLOR. ROY CARSON. CALVIN PHELPS. TRINIDAD YEPEZ. JOHN BILVADO. GEORGE HAMILTON. RONNIE FINCH. ZND Row: COACH LARRY DECARLO. U.C-WILLIAMS. DON KELLY, TOM MCAFEE. CHARLES JONES, ED GUAROANAPO. JOHN SHIPLEY, MGR. EARL SHOOK. COACH GENE KINMAN. 3RD Row: COACH ERNIE LAMDRECHT, WOODROW MCAFEE, MIKE ROBINETT. JIM COPPINGER. NORMAN DAY. SAM TRENARY, TONY WORTNER. CARL CORLEY, PAT SHANNON. VARSITY TRACK THE TULARE REDSKIN'S VARSITY TRACK TEAM wAs THE OEFENDING CENTRAL YOSEMITE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. HAVING WON THE TITLE FOR THE LAST Two YEARS. AS THE ARGUS WENT TO PRESS THIS YEAR. IT APPEARED THAT TULARE WOULD AGAIN VIE WITH PORTERVILLE FOR THE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. VETERAN VARSITY TRACKMEN JIM COPPINGER. WOODY MCAFEE. LEON TAYLOR. TONY WORTNER. AND ED GUARDANAPO, ALONG WITH MANY PROMOTED B SQUAD MEN, HAD A GOOD CHANCE TO'WIN THE TITLE ONCE AGAIN: ACCORDING T0 COACH GENE KINMAN. TEAM SPIRIT wAS THE BEST IN YEARS. ,K 'gftzf nil: 'MH"w v.J1l' 'viva' E FRONT Row: LEROY DENNIS. DEWAYNE PICANSO. BOBBY BILVADO. CARL MENDONCA, EDDIE MENDONCA. ZND Row: JERRY BRYAN, RAY TAYLOR, JERALD BRIDGES. CHARLES MORRIS. JERRY BROWN. 3RD Row: HENRY KING, EUGENE LONG. MIKE MANRO. LARRY KNAPP. JUNIOR CISNEROS. TOMMY KIRKER. B CIIICI C CLASS TRACK VETERANS or LAST YEAR'5 STRONG C CLASS ALTHOUGH THEY LACKCD THE DEPTH AND TEAM TRACK TEAM MOVED UP TO B CLASS THIS YEAR STRENGTH OF THE OTHER TWO SOUADS. THE C AND MADE THE LOCAL B SQUAD A FAVORITE FOR TEAM HAD MANY PROMISING PERFORMERS WHO THE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. AT THE TIME or ASSURE CONTINUED STRENGTH IN TRACK FOR ARGUS PUBLICATION THEY APPEARED VERY T.U.H.S.lN YEARS TO COME. THEY ALSO HAD A PROMISING AFTER WINNING SECOND PLACE OVER SECOND PLACE wIN OVER REDWOOD wHEN THE REDWOOD HIGH OF VISALIA. ARGUS WENT TO PRESS. FRONT Row: VIRGIL WOODS, IGNACIO PEREZ, KENNY VAUGHN. DAVID LOOPER. JOE MORENO. DAVID SILVEIRA. BILL KARLE. 2ND Row: JERRY WOODS. RICHARD CRAWFORD, WAYNE PARKER. CLEVELAND TARKINGTON, HERBY MELENDEZ. JOE DEBISE. LLOYD SMITH, ALVIN COULTER. 3RD Row: LEON HALL, DON LAHANN. JIM GIFPIN. JOHN TOLEDO. DOUG HAWKINS. JIM WILKINS. TOM MORENO. 1 o Ol f , b ' Q. , I 1, :5 , auuan. GI RLS' SW IM TEAIW BQDYS' Sw 'M 1'EAN A. x ' I "0 1 I . . A. - ,www , T ., .Q .. FRONT Row: ANN MIDDLETON. LINDA MILLER, BARBARA PRUNTY, ROSE MARGARET RUIZ, VALERIE BERKE. DIANNE SMYTHE. ZND Row: GLORIA FAGUNDES. ARLENE PEREZ. ANN HARMON, JUDY WICKS. LINDA BONTS. EMILY RENAUD. 3RD Row: ANN EDMINSTER, VELMA HOLSONBAKE. BILLIE JEAN O'BRlEN. MARGARET PEERS. LAURA RENAUD, HELEN SWANSON, MISS CAROL SANDUSKY. THE TUH5 GIRLS' SWIM TEAM HAS ENTERED THE SEASON WITH MUCH ENTHUSIASM. MEETS ARE HELD ONCE A wEEK. THE SPORTSMANSHIP THIS YEAR HAS BEEN VERY GOOD. ALONGWITH PLACING IN COMPETITION. MISS CAROL SANDUSKY. THEIR COACH, HAS BEEN EXTREMELY PROUD OF THEIR ABILITY AND AGRESSIVENESS IN SWIMMING, AND COMPETING WITH OTHERS. NOT ONLY HAvE THEY ACCOMPLISHED MUCH IN COORDINATION BUT ALSO IN PURE ENJOYMENT. SWIMMING GOT OFF TO A LATE START WITH 2 LEAGUE MEETS CANCELLED BEFORE THE TEAM WAS IN THE WATER. THE FIRST MEET WAS WITH THE PORTERVILLE TEAM. N0 SCORE wAS REPT. LATER THE B TEAM DEFEATED REEDLEY B'S 64-26. LAST YEAR THE B TEAM WAS SECOND IN LEAGUE COMPETITION AND AGAIN SEEMS TO BE STRONG IN THE B TEAM BUT WEAK INTHE A TEAM WITH ONLY FOUR SWIMMERS. OSCAR EDMINSTER IS COACH. FRONT Row: NED IMMEL, JIM OVERSTREET. ROBERT VALDEZ, JIM LAMBRECHT. LARRY LYNCH, JACKSON, PAUL LAMBRECHT, RICHARD MIDDLETON. LOUIS HOOVER. DARRELL ELLISON. GRISSOM. 2ND Row: RICHARD KERSEY. BURK MCMURDO. BILL BECKNELL, CHARLES SMYTHE. ROBERT SIMERAL. ELDON KILBY. ALLEN BURTON. GERALD GARVIN. RONNIE FRAIRE. DENNIS KAZANJIAN, JAMES PETERS. 3RD Row: MARK HOLLAND. PHILLIP KAINU. BRYAN BARD. DEwAYNE PERRY. DON RIX. RAYMOND BARADAT, JIM RIx. DENNIS PERRY, SAMMY WHITE, COACH OSCAR EDMINSTER. rn IAS . 7 AI Fr :Af -ga , j E.: ixo. gg' - I ' v fif: 'If I Q fx. .Q i F' ','-Q-.. "h-L .-W--J ,,,Nx - ,U T I vw Kffiwx O .,., I I n FRONT ROW: GARY ATCHLEY. GERALD ASKIN. SID BRADSHAW, I jf .fi lu. ,nx- RAY LEAK. CARL DOWNING. .QhEpf .IRL 2ND Row: COACH BOB RUaE', MIKE GIBSON, LARRY SALYER, RAY LAWRENCE, RAY ARTIM, COACH NICK NICKOLAS. GOLF THERE WERETWENTY-FIVE BEGINNING GOLFERS WHO CAME OUT THIS YEAR TO LEARN THE GAME'S BASIC FUNDAMENTALS. THE BETTER PLAYERS WILL JOIN THE TEAM DURING THE LATTER PART or THE SEASON. BEGINNING GOLF HAS TWO TOURNA- MENTS. ONE FOR aovs' CHAMPION AND ONE FOR GIRLS' CHAMPION. THE COACHES ARE ROBERT RUSE' AND NICK NICKOLAS. FRONT Row: HENRY THOMPSON, PAT LONCAN. JAY YOUNG. JAM 2ND Row: COLLEEN SHANNON, ANN BUSBY, DONNA PHILPOTT, LINDA IRvIN, MUNDAY. 3RD Row: COACH NICK NICKOLAS. LARRY LEDGERWOOD. GEORGE VI RODNEY POOL, PAUL RUSH. 4TH Row: LEONARD REED. DEWAYNE HICKMAN. TE DOUGLAS. FRANK THOMPSON. THE TULARE HIGH SCHOOL GOLF TEAM, COM- POSED OF LARRY SALYER. RAY LAWRENCE. RAY LEAK. RAYARTIM. CARL DOWNINC. MIKE GIBSON, SIDNEY BRADSHAW. GERALD ASKIN AND GARY ATCHLEY, HAD ELEVEN MATCHES WITHTHE RECORD CURRENTLY STANDING AT ONE TIE, ONE LOSS. AND SEVEN VICTORIES. WITH TWO MATCHES POST- PONED DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS. OUR GOLF LEAGUE IS COMPOSED OF THE SAME TEAMS AS OUR FOOTBALL LEAGUE. ES CAMP. ERNIE ARTIM. RICHARD KIRKBRIDE. JOANN DICKERSON. PHYLLIS LLARREAL, FRANK FLETCHER RRY FRY. TOM DAVIS. HAROLD IACONO. LAVADA Boa LAWRENCE. -ww 'Nur W an - aw.-A A VM- .. -w-me vmw.. GIFFIN. DENNIS isVi 2 Ili, igagiilli Qi 7. .I 'sA2., R ga 1.5- ,Adu N M1 A New-MQW swf: g WGS RWM ww, 4 FRONT Row: CHARLES GIMM, LEE MASSEY, CARL CARTLIDGE. FRED FELDT. JIMMY EMMERSON, ROBERT TEDDER. ZND Row: SIDNEY BRADSHAW, CLYDE CLAUNCH, STANLEY LATIMER, JAMES HOOD. JERRY RANEY, MAJOR CLYDE LATIMER. KGLEN BAKER NOT PIcTuRED.J AFTER COMPLETINC A FIETEEN GAME SEASON UNDEEEATED. TULARE HIGH's CADET RIFLE TEAM WON THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT SACRAMENTO IN MARCH. THE TEAM HAD THREE SHOULDER TO SHOULDER MATCHES AGAINST REEDLEY. TWO WITH BAKERS- FIELD, 3 WITH PORTERVILLE, 2 WITH ARVIN. I EACH WITH HANFORD. AVENAL. WOODROW WILSON, AND FORT MILLER. MAJOR CLYDE LATIMERwAs THEIR INSTRUCTOR. 094 : ....... CA, ' T1 , X A ef Y" If mfg, I xi' ' Ax. . I ff- pf, EX , I ktlx, 5 Z Q I FRONT Row: JUDY TURK. ELDON LANCASTER, JEANNINE RUBLE, NEAL STERLING. EVELYN MCCALLISTER. MARY O. BROWN. LARRY PRASTER, JUDY ALLEN, LARRY PAxTON, PAT ROBINETT, WAYNE BIXLER. ZND Row: SANDY NY. SUE YEARY. DON RAMIREZ. DENISE KNAPP, LARRY DANIELS. DENNIS MILLIGAN. JERRY BRADLEY, DAVID BROWN. JESSLYN PHELPS. JUDY HARGREAVES. ROSALIE KNIGHT. TENNIS AT T.U.H.S. CONTINUES TO BE A MAJOR SPORT, AND THE REDSKINS KEEP ON WINNING. THE 1957-1958 SEASON wAS COMPLETED WITH 37 vICToRIEs. 7 LOSSES. To APRIL IBTH. THIS YEAR. DESPITE POSTPONEMENTS BECAUSE OF RAIN. THE TEAM HAD WON 25. LOST 3, AND TIED I, WIT!-114 MATCHES STILL T0 PLAY. THE REDSKINS HAVE DEFEATED BAKERSFIELD. FRESNO, LINDSAY. MADERA. MERCED. MT. WHITNEY, REDWOOD. AND PORTERVILLE. PLUS NUMEROUS SMALLER SCHOOLS. AND LOST T0 REEDLEY COLLEGE. MT. WHITNEY AND THE BARERSFIELD GIRLS. FRONT Row: LUANN ODEN. PETE HOUCK. CECELIA MEDRAN0, KAYGLASS, ELOISE COFFEE. RICHARD GARVlN. VELMA BDATMAN, DEANNA LORENZO. CAROL LAwSON. DAVID KOON. VIRGINIA INFANTE. 2ND Row: SANDY PRESTHUS. PEGGY AMREIN. JANELLE COULTER. JUDY WOOLMAN, CHARLES RICHARDSON. COACH JACK SHELEY, NADINE BURRY. ANN CHRISTENSEN. CONNIE HASLAM, DOLLY SINCLAIR. DIANNA LANGENwALTER. If lgbf A A' I w , i M Q v Q ' 8 W V' '33 ' 3. ' n fry' 1 5. L 5 ,, I I 1 E QE. 2? fi' A f ,L S rf' ' A f A I E 1 FRONT Row: MARY WELCH, SHARON ENNIS, PRISCILLA CORTEZ. LUPE BELTRAN. ELIZABETH VASQUEZ. JIMMIE SUE MORREN CAROL CARVALHO. NAOJA NEVAROV, NANCY WALKER. 2ND Row: HELEN KACHADOORIAN. JEANETTE YOUNGER, KAYE RISING ANNE GRASSEL. JULIE STADDEN, PATTY TAYLOR. JUDY KELLEY, EMILY RENAUD. BONNIE BRYANT. CYNTHIA FAGUNDES ROSEMARY SOUZA. 3RD Row: MARCIA BECK, ANN BUSBY. DORIS PITTS. VIRGINIA PLACE. JOY SwALL, JANICE EMERSON f Lf! X f 4 'f V if 3 ,AD . FRONT Row: RUTH MILLER. LUCY VASQUEZ. CAROLYN LEE, NANCY ALEXANDER. RACHEL VARGAS. GRACE CEBALLOS ZND Row: MRS. LILYAN MARTINEZ. ADRIANA ARENAS. CAROL ELLIS, CAROL NOFFSINGER. ELISA ARENAS. MARY O. BROWN CAROL GILBERT. 3RD Row: JUDY BELEZZUOLI. HELEN SWANSON, MARY NICHOLSON. LAURA RENAUD, ANN MCGAHA , is ,Q .WM L. .. ...,u........i ... A. A. OFFICERS CAROL GILBERT. PRESIDENT CAROL ELLIS. SECRETARY a ,F ,.. ... Q li '4-PM V7 if F" ..- rf JUDY BELEZZUOLI. VICE PRESIDENT LAURA RENAUD. TREASURER lr 61 l if in ltr Q-'Q G.A.A. Had Socials, Too FRESHMEN AND OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN G.A.A. WERE ENTERTAINED A EARLY LAST FALL. PART o T A SOCIAL F THE ENTERTAIN- MENT CONSISTED OF A CONTEST. THE WINNERS OF WHICH FOLLOW: ITOP PICTUREI2 ROSEMARY REED--TIED FOR MOST SLIPS MARCIA BECK--TALLEST GIRL MISS SANDUSKY--? ELIZABETH VASOUEZ--SHORTE CYNTHIA FAGUNDES--Tl ST GIRL ED FOR MOST SLIPS --LONGEST FINGERNAILS AT LEFT! PRIZES WERE AwARDED. IN FEBRUARY REDWOOD HIGH IVISALIAI AND PORTERVILLE HIGHGIRLS VISITED T FOR A DANCE FLAYDAY. Tu ULARE LARE'S ADVANCED BY Miss HELEN ODERN DANCE STEPS DANCE GROUP, DIRECTED KEITH. DEMONSTRATED M AND TECHNIQUES, AND SEVERAL SHORT PER' FORMANCES WERE GIVEN BY OTHER GROUPS. LEFT TO RIGHT ARE PEGGY BRUNING. BARBARA WICKS. LINDA So UZA, CAROL NOFFSINGER. AND DON A HELLAND. GIRLS FROM ALL SHOWN IN THE PICKED THREE SCHOOLS ARE LOWER GROUP. THIS GROUP WAS A5 THE BEST AT THE PLAYDAY. pv- UA. 5 If I- M- 1 A A Y I A9 . '--rr--. v-no . A. A. ACTIVITIES .Wm W-F, G.A.A. GIRLS PARTICIPATE IN SUCH ACTIV ITIES AS VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL, sPEED-A- wAY, BADMINTON, TABLE TENNIS. HOCKEY, TRAMPDLINE,swIMM1NG.soFTBALL,AND BOWLING. SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT PICTURES FOR ALL, BUT UPPER LEFT. LAURA RENAUD wAs ON THE TRAMPOLINEI UPPER RIGHT: TABLE TENNIS DOUBLES WINNERSWERE LAURA RENAUD.CHRISTlNE BELTRAN. LUPE BELTRAN. AND HELEN SWANSON: SINGLES WINNERS WERE SISTERS LUPE AND CHRISTINE BELTRAN. me ...av FRONT Row: ADRIANA ARENAS, KAY GLASS, NANCY ALEXANDER, ELLA MAE LEE, SAVANNAH HAMILTON. CAROLYN LEE. ZND Row: LORETTA HAMILTON. ELOISE CASTOR. LINDA GOULART. LAURA RENAUD. HELEN SWANSON. RUTH MILLER. MRS. LILYAN MARTINEZ. IU 'A I V .M H .A..,w-A..4L-Qs T 4. n intl SENICDRS Class of '58 FRONT Row: PHYLLIS IACONO. KAY HENRV. PAT BEASLEY, PAT ROBINETT. JUDY TURK. STANDING! LEON BARADAT. JOHN JARRETT. CLASS COUNCIL ,- 1 1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS JOYANNE SHANNON, SECRETARY JUDY ALLEN, VICE-PRESIDENT SHARON O'BARR. TREASURER il F LAURA RENAUD FIRST SEMESTER PRESIDENT MISS LOIS THOMPSON CLASS SPONSOR ,LEON BARADAT SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT an-md,-A L , ,EEHT 4 fLw.vYL CLASS OFFICERS THIS YEAR DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER. THE SENIOR CLASS PREPARED AND PRESENTED THE CHRISTMAS DANCE. USING THETHEME UAROUND THE WORLD ONCHRISTMAS EVE.' THE CLASS PRESENTED THE HEVE OF ST. MARKU. BY MAxwELL ANDERSON, TO ONE OF THE LARGEST CROwDS TO ATTEND A PLAY IN SEVERAL YEARS. THE PLAY wAS RE- CEIVED WITH GREAT ENJOYMENT AND GAVE THE CLASS A MUCH NEEDED FINANCIAL BOOST. To MAKE THE TICKET SALES EVEN MORE INTERESTING, MISS THOMPSON'S TWO SENIOR ENGLISH CLASSES HELD A CONTEST WITH FIRST PERIOD CLASS VICTORIOUS. THIS YEAR TULARE HIGH WAS FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO HAVE FOUR STUDENTS ENTERED IN EACH OF THE FOUR FIELDS OF THE BANK OF AMERICA AWARDS ZONE COMPETI- TION. IN PREVIOUS YEARS ONLY ONE OR Two HAVE QUALIFIED. STUDENTS ENTERED wERE: JOHN AVILA. AGRICULTURE: LINDA LEWIS. FINE ARTS: GRETA JO WHITE, LIRERAL ARTS: AND DAVID BROWN, MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. BACCALAUREATE SERVICES WERE HELD INTHE T.U.H.S. AUDITORIUM ON SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 1958. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES TOOK PLACE THE FOLLOWING EVENING. AFTER AN ALL NIGHT PARTY, SPONSORED BY THE PARENTS OF THE GRADUATES. HIGH SCHOOL DAYS FOR THE CLASS OF '58 ENDED. SEEINR 2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS MARILYN LEVIN. TREASURER PAT ROBINETT. VICE-PRESIDENT SUE HILL. SECRETARY FRONT Row: JOYANNE SHANNON, LINDA SOUZA. DIANE KEEFE, DONA HELLAND, ZND Row: PAT BEASLEY. MONTE SHACKLEFORD. JOHN JARRETT A I GH A4 wfl fd Alf' 5 HA'J N Qkgi M ' TAA w,,1s Y Bi M an fm AAJK3 A Yi f ig..-f.' ' ' W ' ' ff tar A A fMR5gaEf,f I ?5gxmvg5,g T! R M.EmGG ' iwikwfw GLORIA TYRA. .rum A w 1 I-4 Qgiggfmw. If if ABNEY. MARGARET CLERICAL C0-OP CLERICAL CO-EDS USHERETTE CLUB AGUILAR. LUPE GENERAL CLERICAL ADv. GIRLS GLEE 2 YRS ALEXANDER. NANCY BUSINESS JR. BAND 3 YRS. CARVER CLUB 57 G.A A. 3 YRS. ALLEN, JUDY UNIVERSITY PREP C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. ADV. BAND 4 YRS. STUDENT COUNCIL 4 YRS. ALVES. ANGIE HOMEMAKING ALVES, JOE COLLEGE PREP JR. BAND 2 YRS. ADv. BAND 2 YRS. FUTURE TEACHERS ANDERSON, JOSEPHINE GENERAL CLERICAL ADV. GIRLS GLEE 4 YRS. ANDERSON, RICHARD COLLEGE PREP BASKETBALL.4 YRS. BASEBALL A YRS. LETTERMANS CLUB ARNOLD. FRANK INDUSTRIAL ARTIM, RAY JOE UNIVERSITY PREP GOLF SCIENCE CLUB AVIATION CLUB ASAY. RONEAU MERCHANDISING CO-OP MIXED CHORUS 4 YRS. DRAMA FUTURE RETAILERS CLUB AVILA. JOHN AGRICULTURE F.F A. A YRS. F.F.A. PRESIDENT 2 YR DAIRY JUDGING TEAM 4 Y S BABCOCK, HAROLD INDUSTRIAL SWIMMING 55 BOXING 58 RIFLE TEAM 58 BACA, ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP BAND 3 YRS. GOLF 2 YRS. BAILEY, HELEN GENERAL CLERICAL BAKER. GLEN INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL 55 TRACK 56 RIFLE TEAM 3 YRS. 5 Al BARADAT, LEON P. COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. SEI' WRESTLING 4 YRS. JR. CLASS PRESIDENT BARRERAS. ROBERT INDUSTRIAL BEASLEY, PATRICIA UNIVERSITY PREP FR. CLASS SECRETARY GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL 2 YRS. CLASS COUNCIL 2 YRS. BEAVERS. RAIN AGRICULTURE BASKETBALL 4 YRS. FOOTBALL I YR. TRACK 2 YRS. BECKWITH, LEON COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. LETTERMANS CLUB 2 YRS. BOXING 2 YRS. Class of '58 ,f Q3 in 1 A mf 4-'Y A BIG PART OF ANY PLAY IS LEARNING LINES. STUDENT DIRECTOR KAREN BERGMAN AND THESE SENIOR PLAY CAST MEMBERS. BOBBY BOWEN, PAT ROBINETT, CARL CARTLIDGE. AND SHARON O'BARR.APPEARTO BE DOING JUST THAT. BEHRNES. ROBERT JR. INDUSTRIAL BEJARANO, RUTH BUSINESS BIBLE CLUB 54 USHERETTE CLUB BELEZZUOLI. JUDY HOMEMAKING ASST. YELL LEADER G.A.A. VICE PRES. RALLY CLUB VICE PRES BELTRAN. RALPH INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL 57 BASKETBALL 56 DRUM 8 BUGLE CORPS 2 YRS. BENAVIDEZ. CARLOS NON-SPECIALIZED BAND 3 YRS. BENSON, JEANETTE UNIVERSITY PREP GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL 2 YRS Aov. DANCE GROUP 3 YRS ART CLUB 3 YRS. BENSON. JULIA COLLEGE PREP DANCE GROUP 56 ART CLUB 57 BENTLEY, THOMAS INDUSTRIAL RADIO CLUB BERGMAN. KAREN COLLEGE PREP BIBLE CLUB 4 YRS. NURSES CLUB 57 DEBATE TEAM 56 BERGMAN. RUTH COLLEGE PREP BIBLE CLUB 4 YRS. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 58 Auv. GIRLS GLEE 58 BERKE, VALERIE UNIVERSITY PREP Aov. BAND 2 YRS. TORCH 8 C.S.F. 3YRS. TENNIS CLUB 56 BETTENCOURT. ANTHONY NON-SPECIALIZED PROM COMMITTEE 57 JR. PLAY SET MANHATTAN TOWER SET BILIARDI, FLORENA COLLEGE PREP FUTURE NURSES CLUB USHERETTE CLUB BILVADO. MANUEL Non-SPECIALIZED WRESTLING. 3 YRS. LETTERMENS COUNCIL 58 BIXLER, WAYNE UNIVERSITY PREP TENNIS TEAM 3 YRS. TENNIS CLUB 3 YRS. C.S.F. A TORCH CIGISS of '58 5' I 7 lgtv' ,Qi " 'f TV jgihk 3 A I . J - 'T BLEVINS. GERALD COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 2 YRS. BASEBALL 4 YRS. LETTERMANS CLUB BOHNSTEDT. GLEN MERCHANDISING CO-OP CADETS 3 YRS. BON0. NEIL AGRICULTURE FOOTBALL 4 YRS. BOXING 2 YRS. F.F.A. 4 YRS. BOWEN, ROBERT COLLEGE PREP BASEBALL 4 YRS. TORCH CLUB SCIENCE CLUB BRADLEY, JERRY UNIVERSITY PREP C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. TENNIS 3 YRS. SCIENCE CLUB BREWER, CECIL INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL 2 YRS. BROWN. DAVID UNIVERSITY PREP ADV. BAND 4 YRS. STUDENT COUNCIL 3 YRS. TENNIS 4 YRS. BROWN, MARY UUINN UNIVERSITY PREP ADV. BAND A YRS. G.A.A. 4 YRS. C.S.F. 8 TORCH 3 YRS BRYANT, OPAL NON-SPECIALIZED ARGUS STAFF 2 YRS CHORUS 4 YRS. CAIN. DELOIS GENERAL CLERICAL CARVER CLUB 2 YRS. ADV. GIRLS GLEE 2 YRS. CARDOZA, ELEANOR HOMEMAKING GIRLS GLEE 55 CARLTON, DONALD COLLEGE PREP ADV. BAND 4 YRS. FOOTBALL 2 YRS. KEY CLUB 2 YRS. -Lf QT, -'I HB. x ...I D 3-f I M'wAiI V m.4! In I I Ii A' . I A3 g,,' 4,-4-uf I .ax If P1 I L CARRILLO. MARGARET GENERAL CLERICAL CARSON, ROLON INDUSTRIAL BASEBALL A YRS. FOOTBALL 2 YRS. BASKETBALL 2 YRS. CARTLIDGE. CARL INDUSTRIAL TORCH CLUB 57 FOOTBALL MGR. 57 CADET RIFLE TEAM 2 YRS CARVALHO, MARILYN COLLEGE PREP FUTURE TEACHERS 57 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 58 CASH. CAROL CLERICAL GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL 55 ART CLUB 3 YRS. CASSADY, VICTOR INDUSTRIAL RADIO CLUB A YRS. RADIO CLUB V.PRES. 56 PRESIDENT 57 CASTOR. JOY HOWARD COLLEGE PREP G.A.A. 3 YRS. SCIENCE CLUB 2 YRS. CATES. NAOMI JEAN GENERAL CLERIGAL CAZARES, FRANK NON-SPECIALIZED CHABIEL, DAVID INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 54 WRESTLING 55 BOXING 58 CHABIEL SARAH SEGRETARIAL FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS CHENEY, CAROLE ANN CLERIGAL RALLY CLUB ART CLUB CINNANTE. FRANCINE CLERICAL CLARKSON, PATRICIA CLERICAL Co-OP CLERICAL Co-EDS PRES. F.B.L.A. 3 YRS. F.H.A. SECRETARY CLUBB. BOB MERCHANDISING BAND 3 YRS. FUTURE RETAILERS 58 COOPER. DONNA COLLEGE PREP BAND 4 YRS. ORCHESTRA 3 YRS. SOPH. 8 JR. COUNCILS COPPINGER, JIM UNIVERSITY PREP FOOTBALL 3 YRS. TRACK 2 YRS. LETTERMANS CLUB CORREIA. LEONARD COLLEGE PREP BASEBALL 4 YRS. BASKETBALL 2 YRS. CORTEZ. ELSIE RACHEL CLERICAL BIBLE CLUB 3 YRS. SPANISH CLUB 3 YRS. F.B.L.A. I YR. CORTEZ. PATRICIA HOMEMAKING G.A.A. 2 YRS. COSTA, SHARON SECRETARIAL F.B.L.A. 58 F.H.A. 55 USHERETTES 57 COTTLE. CAROLYN COLLEGE PREP F.B.L.A. F.H.A. COULTER. JANELLE PERRY MERCHANDISING FR. H JR. CLASS PRES. A.S.B. COUNCIL 3 YRS. YELL LEADER 2 YRS. CRASE. ENA DUNKIN MERCHANDISING CO-OP I YR. FUTURE RETAILERS I YR. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS I YR. CRAWFORD, JOHN COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. TRACK 2 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB 2 YRS. CRUM, DENNIS COLLEGE PREP ADV. BAND 4 YRS. TRACK 3 YRS. CROSS COUNTRY 2 YRS. CULLUM, DONALD INDUSTRIAL BOYS GLEE 3 YRS. BISEBALL I YR. Qfr 79 'x ,Ad iv he-P wf""Y 5 LA? TTY 'wx N.. tr rl' L., C' it f"7P uv 'FT' 'K' cl" CURTIS. JUDY CLERICAL CO-OP CLERICAL Co-EDS I YR. SWIM TEAM 56 F.B.L.A. I YR. DAVIS. J. L. NON-SPECIALIZED DAVIS, KATHRYN CLERICAL Co-OP CLASS COUNCIL 3 SOPH. VICE PRES JUNIOR PLAY DELFINO, ROBERT INDUSTRIAL DEWITT, WANDA LOU HOMEMAKING DICKERSON. JOANN COLLEGE PREP ART CLUB DODDS. JACK MERCHANDISING FOOTBALL A YRS. DOHERTY. PAUL UNIVERSITY PREP ATHLETIC COMM. 58 TRACK 3 YRS. STUDENT COUNCIL DUGGINS. JAMES INDUSTRIAL RIFLE TEAM TRACK CADET CORPS DURAN, FRANK NON-SPECIALIZED DUTTO. CAROLYN COLLEGE PREP FUTURE TEACHERS 3 YRS USHERETTES 58 DYE. DUANE COLLEGE PREP JR. MIXED CHORUS SR. MIXED CHORUS 3 Y Ti ECHOLS. WAYNE INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 57 EDWARDS, HARVEY COLLEGE PREP BAND 3 YRS. FOOTBALL 3 YRS. ENRIOUEZ. RAFAEL INDUSTRIAL JR. BAND 4 YRS. ESPINDULA. DONALD AGRICULTURE F.F.A. 4 YRS. F.F.A. REPORTER 57 AVIATION 54 EVANS. ROBERT UNIVERSITY PREP BAND 4 YRS. KEY CLUB PRES. 57 ORCHESTRA 56 FAGUNDES. JOSEPH COLLEGE PREP A.S.B. vICE PRES. 58 Auv. BAND 4 YRS SOPH. CLASS PRES. FARIA. GERALDINE SECRETARIAL ADV. BAND F.B.L.A. MODERN DANCE FARLEY, VIRGINIA HOMEMAKING F.H.A. 4 YRS. FERNANDES. GERRY COLLEGE PREP ADV. BAND 2 YRS. ADV. ORCHESTRA 3 YRS SWIM TEAM 2 YRS. Class of '58 SUV T S' MOVIES ARE AN AID TO TEACHING WH EN FIELD TRIPS AND LAB EXPERIMENTS ARE IM- PRACTICAL. MR. VERNON LONGLEE'S SOCIAL STUDIES IV STUDENTS BOTH ENJOYED A LEARNED FROM FILM STRIPS. ND ui FERNANDES. JOSEPHINE MERCHANDISE CO-OP F.H.A. 4 YRS. JR. COUNCIL FUTURE RETAILERS SEC. 58 FERNANDEZ. STELLA HOMEMAKING GARCIA, MARIE CLERICAL GIRLS GLEE 4 YRS. GARCIA. SALLY BUSINESS GARRISON. JUDY COLLEGE PREP DANCE GROUP GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL WAR WHOOP STAFF GIBSON. LLOYD COLLEGE PREP JETS 58 GIBSON, MALCOLM COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. BASEBALL 2 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB GILBERT. CAROL CLERICAL G.A.A. 4 YRS. SR. MIXED CHORUS 3 YR STUDENT COUNCIL 58 GIST. PATRICIA COLLEGE PREP TENNIS CLUB 57 GOBLE. ANDREA UNIVERSITY PREP A.S.B. SEC. 57-58 C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. MODERN DANCE 4 YRS. GOBLE. WENDELL NON'SPECIALIZED BASKETBALL 54,57 GORDON. PATRICIA COLLEGE PREP RALLY CLUB 58 GRAVLEE. JANET UNIVERSITY PREP FUTURE TEACHERS 4 YRS. CRAFTS CLUB PRES. I YR. BIBLE CLUB I YR. GREEN. DON AGRICULTURE F.F.A. 4 YRS. JUDGING TEAM 55.56 REPORTER F.F.A. 56.57 GREGG. VIRGIL INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 57 .... V -,-.-..-W.-. . ...W ,, .f-,-.-.-.m,..-.,.....,,...,wv...,.,, L, L .,,-,,..,..,,,. w-ww class of 'ss A' GRIFFIN. REBA JOHNSON CLERICAL C0-OP F.B.L.A. 2 YRS. CLERICAL CO-EDS I YR. RALLY CLUB I YR. GRIGSBY. CHRISTINE CLERICAL GIRLS GLEE 54-55 CARVER CLUB 3 YRS. GUERRERO. ISABEL HOMEMAKING HAGGARD. JIM COLLEGE PREP ORCHESTRA 3 YRS. HALE. WAYNE COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. LETTERMANS CLUB 3 YRS. TRACK 2 YRS. HALL. OLLIE HOMEMAKING SR. MIXED CHORUS HAMILTON. GEORGE INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 2 YRS. TRACK 4 YRS. BASKETBALL 2 YRS. HARRIS. WORDEN UNIVERSITY PREP BAND 4 YRS. BOYS FED. PRES. CLASS COUNCIL 3 YRS. HEAD. FRANCES CLERICAL CO-OP CLERICAL C0-EDS F.B.L.A. HELLAND. DONA COLLEGE PREP GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL FUTURE TEACHERS 2 YRS. ADV. BAND 3 YRS. HENRY, KATHRYN UNIVERSITY PREP STUDENT COUNCIL 58 DRAMA 5 SPEECH 4 YRS. MODERN DANCE 2 YRS. HERRIN. ROY INDUSTRIAL MIXED CHORUS 4 YRS DRAMA I YR. N11 -rj? 5- S? J Class of '58 7 "'? , , , 2 1 Af 'QT JSR yu Nfwff -qua T 56 .fv- N. 'x 3 www ...ff HIFNER, RONNY COLLEGE PREP RADIO CLUB 4 YRS. SCIENCE CLUB 58 JETS CLUB 58 HILL, LLOYD AGRICULTURE F.F.A. 4 YRS. BASKETBALL I YR. HILL, LOIS HOMEMAKING CHORUS HILL, SUSAN COLLEGE PREP WAR WHOOP ED. 57-58 CHORUS 4 YRS. C.S.F. 8 TORCH 2 YRS. HINMAN, GENE COLLEGE PREP HOBBS. NATHAN INDUSTRIAL HOCK, DAVID COLLEGE PREP SWIMMING 57 HODGES. CYNTHIA NDN-SPECIALIZED HOLLAND. JERRY MERCHANDISING BAND I YR. HOLOUIN, ADRIAN INDUSTRIAL WRESTLING 3 YRS. HOOD. JAMES INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 1 YR, HUNT, FRANK INDUSTRIAL HUNT, JOHNNY COLLEGE PREP WRESTLING 2 YRS. CROSS COUNTRY I YR. CLASS COUNCIL 2 YRS. HUNT. TERRY NON-SPECIALIZED BASEBALL 55 SWIMMING 2 YRS. HUTSELL, CAROL ANN CLERICAL ADV. BAND 4 YRS. F.B.L.A. 2 YRS. TENNIS CLUB 56 IACONO. PHYLLIS COLLEGE PREP CLASS COUNCILS 3 YRS. ART CLUB 2 YRS. IRVING. DOROTHY COLLEGE PREP GIRLS GLEE 2 YRS. TRI-HI-Y 2 YRS. FUTURE TEACHERS 2 YRS JACKSON. PERCY INDUSTRIAL DRUM 8 BUGLE CORPS 3 JARAMILLO. MARK COLLEGE PREP JARRARD. RONALD INDUSTRIAL JARRETT. JOHN COLLEGE PREP TENNIS 3 YRS. CLASS COUNCIL 3 YRS JUNIOR PLAY JOHNSON. BEVERLY MERCHANDISING C0-OP FUTURE RETAILERS 1 YR. JOHNSON. EMMETT NON-SPECIALIZED JONES. PAT CLERICAL PROM COMMITTEE KEEFE. DIANE COLLEGE PREP NURSES CLUB PRES. 57 ART CLUB 2 YRS. KEETER. SYBIL SECRETARIAL CHORUS 4 YRS. C.S.F. 8 TORCH 2 YRS F.B.L.A. 2 YRS. KEYS, ALLEN INDUSTRIAL 'sag il rdf. 'TF 31 , on 'S III - "S' A atv .v .- - W -nn Q W ... dll.. .DL lq 'HNF A-'Its if L W" I .Pa 'WS. M, W' .-II . - A I Y, ,i , x . 1 -. X- ' 'H X - Lin. N . 3 ' Iv ,s -A . - N. , J R H , ,Y!, 4 IX. , ,L A . . X , ,L I f f N fe I I .J f S' . H - ,f :Eff ,f . QWVVV I ,5, X x,?G?? l!', X , f W II X 1 K 4' g Q kgkfx . J' ' ,X Q .Q Tn' J MF,r, 1 ,- ,V - - X .R 2" ., .5 V 1, KOEPPE, ROY UNIVERSITY PREP RADIO CLUB 3 YRS. JETS CLUB 57 LAFLEUR. JO ANN GENERAL CLERICAL LAPADULA. GARY INDUSTRIAL TRACK I YR. LASSWELL. DORIS HOMEMAKING CHORUS LAWRENCE, RONALD INDUSTRIAL BOXING FOOTBALL TRACK LEAL, OFELIA BUSINESS LEDGERWOOD. JERRY INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL LEE. CAROLYN HOMEMAKING CARVER CLUB 2 YRS. G.A.A. 3 YRS. GIRLS GLEE 56 LEE. DON INDUSTRIAL CARVER CLUB 2 YRS. JR. BAND I YR. LEVIN, MARILYN UNIVERSITY PREP YELL LEADER 57 CLASS COUNCIL A YRS. TENNIS TEAM A YRS. LEWIS, LINDA UNIVERSITY PREP C.S.F. 8 TORCH A YRS. GIRLS LEAGUE PRES. ART CLUB 4 YRS. LIVINGSTON. SHIRLEY UNIVERSITY PREP TORCH 8 C.S.F. 4 YRS BIBLE CLUB 2 YRS. GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL LIZARDO. SAM INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 4 YRS. BASEBALL 4 YRS. LETTERMANS CLUB 4 YRS. LOPEZ. LUPE BUSINESS FUTURE RETAILERS I YR. LOVEALL, MARGARET CLERICAL F.B.L.A. 2 YRS. CLERICAL C0-EDS 2 YRS. LUJANO. ROBERT BUSINESS LUKE. EVELYN GENERAL CLERICAL CARVER CLUB 3 YRS. JR. BAND 3 YRS. Nf- MACHADO. MANUEL COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. BASKETBALL 4 YRS. BASEBALL 4 YRS MAGGARD. NITA VAN CLERICAL F.B.L.A. 2 YRS. MARTINEZ. JANIE sr HOMEMAKING 4F'v G.A.A. 56 MARTINEZ, SANDY CLERICAL MEET ELIZABETH KYONG SOON CHAD. A GIRL WITH ABOUT 125 'FOSTER PARENTSU. THE ENGLISH Ill A AND IV A CLASSES OF MISS LOIS THOMPSON ARE SPONSORING HER THROUGH THE SAVE THE CHILDREN FEDERATION. ELIZABETH, 14. ATTENDS A GIRLS' MIDDLE SCHOOL IN SEOUL, KOREA. WHERE SHE MAKES GOOD MARKS. SHE AND HER SISTER. MAE SOON. 19. LIVE WITH A KOREAN FAMILY, THE KIMS. wHO TOOK THEM IN AFTER THEY HAD SPENT TWO YEARS IN AN ORPHANAGE. THE GIRLS SELL FLOWERS BY THE ROADSIDE TO HELP MAKE A LIVING FOR THEMSELVES. THROUGH THE SPONSORSHIP. THE CLASS MEMBERS HOPE T0 HELP ELIZABETH FINISH SCHOOL AND T0 BETTER RELATIONS BETWEEN THE U.S. ANO KOREA BY THIS PERSONAL EXPERIENCE. MEANWHVLE. THEY ARE ENJOYING HER PLEASANT LETTERS. CIGISS of '58 Nl -of' qvff WI '27 I 515'- 's 'AY r vga my , 1 M v NI 12? MASSEY, LEE NON-SPECIALIZED BASEBALL 4 YRS. BASKETBALL 3 YRS. CADET RIFLE TEAM 57 MENDES. DOLORES HDMEMAKING CRAFTS CLUB 2 YRS. G.A.A. I YR. MENDES. DORIS CLERICAL C0-OP CLERICAL C0-EDS TREAS G.A.A. 56 FRESHMAN LEADER 58 MILLER. LINDA COLLEGE PREP CLASS COUNCIL 2 YRS. Aov. BAND 3 YRS. ART CLUB 4 YRS. MILLER. NALDA CLERICAL Aov. GIRLS GLEE 2 YRS. BIBLE CLUB I YR. MILLIGAN, DENNIS COLLEGE PREP TENNIS 2 YR. RALLY CLUB I YR TENNIS CLUB 2 YRS. MOORE. VIRGIL BUSINESS CADETS AVIATION CLUB 2 YRS. FUTURE RETAILERS 2 YRS. MORA. HOPE HOMEMAKING MORENO. JOSIE NON-SPECIALIZED MOSS. SHIRLEY NDN-SPECIALIZED BIBLE CLUB I YR. USHERETTE CLUB I YR. MURPHY, MARIE HOMEMAKING F.H.A. I YR. CLASS COUNCIL 54 BIBLE CLUB IYR. MYERS. ROBERT INDUSTRIAL MCCURRY, ERNEST AGRICULTURE F.F.A. 4 YRS. BASKETBALL 3 YRS. BASEBALL 2 YRS. NELSON. BOBBY NON-SPECIALIZED DRUM 5 BUGLE CORPS 4 YRS. BOXING 2 YRS. NICHOLSON. wILMA CLERICAL GIRLS GLEE 54 MODERN DANCE 2 YRS. --- Class of '58 4 f K i ' 1. . A T 23 f lQ NOBLE. JERRY COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB 3 YRS. NUNES. PATRICK COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB 1 YR. BASEBALL I YR. O'BARR. SHARON UNIVERSITY PREP BIBLE CLUB 4 YRS. C.S.F. H TORCH 3 YRS. CLASS TREASURER 2 YRS. OCHOA. STELLA HOMEMAKING G.A.A. 2 YRS. 0'SHIELDS. BEVERLY SEGRETARIAL CHORUS 4 YRS. F.B.L.A. 2 YRS. SONG LEADER 2 YRS. PACHECO. VELMA NON-SPECIALIZED DRAMA CLUB 2 YRS. ORCHESTRA I YR. F.H.A. 2 YRS. PARKER. MARGARET GENERAL CLERICAL PATRICK. JUDY MERCHANDISE CO-OP PATTERSON, SUE MERCHANDISE Co-OP MIXED CHORUS 1 YR. FUTURE RETAILERS 58 PAXTON. LARRY UNIVERSITY PREP BAND 4 YRS. TORCH 8 C.S.F. 1 YR. TENNIS 3 YRS. PEEK. LARRY MERCHANDISING BASEBALL 3 YRS. CROSS COUNTRY I YR. FUTURE RETAILERS I YR. PERRY. BOBBY INDUSTRIAL 'll JS-f ff' 'il is--7 N., av inf' f N ' A f f T' T09 vs cd Yfuvx Avvw fs '59 CICISS Of '58 ,I G+" If , I' if ! U 'f'W.'4 A UNIVERSITY PREP TORCH B C.S.F. 4 YRS. BIBLE CLUB 4 YRS. BAND A YRS. ,, PERRY. JOYCE Q-., GENERAL CLERICAL PERRY. PAT SLACK MERCHANDISE CO-OP PETERS. GERALD COLLEGE PREP CLASS COUNCIL 3 YRS. ARGUS PHOTOGRAPHY 2 YRS. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB PRES. fi ii R 5 LJ 4 PHILLIPS. JANELLE 'sf ' ' . ' COLLEGE PREP "7 .L 5 U DANCE GROUP 1 fu f JR. CLASS SECRETARY CLASS COUNCIL 2 YRS. PHIPPS. BARBARA MOSS MERCHANDISING FUTURE RETA ILERS PILKINTON, ALEX NON-SPECIALIZED BAND 4 YRS. PIMENTEL, PAT CLERICAL ,.. 'Ev WAR WHOOP 2 YRS. ARGUS 2 YRS. Ni PITTMAN, DIANE COLLEGE PREP CHORUS A YRS. RALLY CLUB 3 YRS. ART CLUB 2 YRS. PITTMAN, DON COLLEGE PREP TRACK 55 KEY CLUB 58 PRICE. JOYCE "3 CLERICAL CO-OP 'f CLERICAL CO-EDS I YR. F B.L.A. I YR. PUGH, MARY JANE COLLEGE PREP MODERN DANCE JR. MIXED CHORUS RALLY CLUB OUESADA. HECTOR INDUSTRIAL BASKETBALL 3 YRS. QUINONEZ, LYDIA MERCHANDISING FUTURE RETAILERS 58 GIRS GLEE 3 YRS. RAMOS. ELOISE HOMEMAKING RAMOS. ROBERT INDUSTRIAL RANEY, JERRY INDUSTRIAL TRACK I YR. RIFLE TEAM 2 YRS. RANEY, JOE INDUSTRIAL CHORUS 4 YRS. TRACK I YR. REED. JERRY MERCHANDISINQ FUTURE RETAILERS 58 RENAUD, LAURA COLLEGE PREP SR. CLASS PRESIDENT G.A.A. TREASURER JUNIOR PLAY RENTERIA. FRANK NON-SPECIALIZED BASEBALL 55 REYES. SANDY MERCHANDISE C0-OP WRESTLING 3 YRS. FOOTBALL I YR. RICHARDSON. MARJORIE COLLEGE PREP FUTURE TEACHERS 2 YRS. RICHMOND, ANITA TYSON CLERICAL ADV. GIRLS GLEE 4 YRS USHERETTS 2 YR. RIDDLE. GENEVA SECRETARIAL GIRLS LEAGUE F.B.L.A. CHORUS 2 YRS. RINKER, KEITH NON-SPECIALIZED BASEBALL 3 YRS. FOOTBALL 3 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB RIPPEE. MORRIS DUANE NON-SPECIALIZED 'mmf :vs .qw aN'? www, 23? IWW l -D14 ,un ROBINETT. PATRICIA COLLEGE PREP C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. CHORUS. 4 YRS. TENNIS 4 YRS. ROCHA. JOHN AGRICULTURE F.F.A. 2 YRS. RODRIGUEZ. ART INDUSTRIAL RODRIOUEZ. MARIE GENERAL CLERICAL ORCHESTRA 4 YRS. ROGERS. DAVID INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 4 YRS. WRESTLING I YR LETTERMAN CLUB 3 YRS. ROLES. MAXINE NoN-SPECIALIZED BIBLE CLUB ROSS. BETTY CLERICAL Co-OP CLERICAL Co-EDS 58 F.B.L.A. 58 ROSS, ELVINA COLLEGE PREP JR. MIXED CHORUS I YR NURSES CLUB I YR. RUBLE. JEANNINE COLLEGE PREP TENNIS 3 YRS. CLASS COUNCIL 2 YR WAR WHOOP 2 YRS. RUMFIELD, MEREDITH COLLEGE PREP G.A.A. AVIATION CLUB GIRLS OFFICIALS CLUB RUNO. RONALD COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 56 SWIMMING 2 YRS. RUSH. PAUL INDUSTRIAL ASST. STAGE MGR. 2 STAGE MGR. 2 YEARS 4- SA. MANUEL .- AGRICULTURE F.F.A. 4 YRS. F.F.A. V. PRES. 58 FOOTBALL 56 SALINAS, CARMEN "" s, CLERICAL C0-OP CLERICAL C0-EDS F.B.L.A. G.A.A, 56 'Of C""'3P SALMON. MARIE CLERICAL CO-OP CLERICAL C0-EDS SALMON, MARY CLERICAL SALYER. LARRY qv COLLEGE PREP if BAND I YR. GOLF 4 YRS. PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 YR. SCHOTT. MIKE NON-SPECIALIZED FOOTBALL 4 YRS. TRACK 2 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB 3 YRS. SERNA. JESSE INDUSTRIAL BOXING 55 FOOTBALL 54 'UW SEVERSON. SHARON HOMEMAKING DRAMA 2 YRS. F.H A. 4 YRS. PRESIDENTS CLUB I YR. NM' Y' 'Y 1:1 CT' SHACKELFORD, MONTE UNIVERSITY PREP SR. MIXED CHORUS 3 YRS. TENNIS 2 YRS. FRESHMAN COUNCIL 1 . A H gp.,f'f . I fy GRADUATION EXERCISES REQUIRED MANY ARRANGEMENTS. HERE PAT ROBINETT FITS A SENIOR BOY'S CAP. Class of '58 SHANNON. JOYANNE UNIVERSITY PREP ART CLUB 4 YRS. MODERN DANCE 4 YRS. CLASS COUNCIL 4 YRS. SHEPHERD. GERREL COLLEGE PREP MAJORETTE 3 YRS. ART CLUB 4 YRS. C.S.F. A Toncn SHIELDS. NORMAN COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. TRACK 55 LETTERMAN CLUB 3 SHORES. EVELYN HOMEMAKING SHORES. PATSY HOMENAKING SILVA. JOE INDUSTRIAL SILVA. LEROY INDUSTRIAL SIMOES. MABEL CLERICAL C0-OP CLERICAL Co-EDS 58 F B.L.A. PRES.58 F.H.A. 2 YRS. SOULTS. ROBERT COLLEGE PREP GOLF 56 CLASS COUNCIL 55 KEY CLUB 2 YRS. SOUZA. BEVERLY NON-SPECIALIZED SOUZA. LINDA SECRETARIAL CHORUS 4 YRS. MODERN DANCE 4 YRS. F.B.L.A. 2 YRS. SOUZA. ROSIE HOMEMAKING CHORUS 3 YRS. F.H.A. 2 YRS. SPARKS, DAVID CLERICAL BOXING 2 YRS. BASKETBALL 56 BASEBALL S8 SPARKS. MARTHA COLLEGE PREP SPARKS. RICHARD AGRICULTURE WRESTLING 4 YRS fi L Y, , I , ffm STANLEY. DAMON INDUSTRIAL CHORUS 3 YRS. STAPLETON. MARY COLLEGE PREP F.H.A. 55 STEWART. DONALD INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 2 YRS. TRACK 3 YRS. STRAWMYER, CLEON UNIVERSITY PREP JR. COUNCIL SR. PLAY JR. STATESMAN SWALL, KAREN UNIVERSITY PREP BAND 5 ORCHESTRA 4 YRS C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. FUTURE TEACHERS PRES. SWEARINGEN VERNON AGRICULTURE F.F A TAIT. JUDY HOMEMAKING MAJORETTE 4 YRS. MODERN DANCE 2 YRS. GIRLS LEAGUE I YR. TATE. DON COLLEGE PREP TAYLOR. LEON COLLEGE PREP FOOTBALL 4 YRS. BASEBALL 4 YRS. TRACK 2 YRS. TAYLOR. RAYMOND INDUSTRIAL TAYLOR. VIOLET CLER ICAL THOMPSON, CAROL CLERICAL L -A THURMAN. JAMES COLLEGE PREP TIDWELL. JAMES INDUSTRIAL BASKETBALL A YRS. BASEBALL I YR. TORRES. MABLE NON-SPECIALIZED TREADWELL, FRED JR. INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL I YR. RIFLE TEAM 1 YR. CADETS 4 YRS. TRUJILLO. ROSIE HOMEMAKING G.A.A. 2 YRS. TURK. JUDITH UNIVERSITY PREP TENNIS 4 YRS. C.S F. 8 TORCH 4 Y CLASS COUNCIL 3 YRS TURNER. BETTY NoN-SPECIALIZED F.H.A. 2 YRS. G A.A. 2 YRS. TYRA, GLORIA COLLEGE PREP BAND 4 YRS. VARGAS. JOE NoN-SPECIALIZED LATIN AMERICAN BASKETBALL 56 VASOUEZ, MARY HOMEMAKING VELASCO. EDDIE INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 3 YRS. TRACK I YR. F.B.L.A. I YR. VILLARREAL, ANITA COLLEGE PREP ORCHESTRA 4 YRS C.S.F. 8 TORCH 3 Y FUTURE TEACHERS 3 YRS WALKER. COLLEEN COLLEGE PREP WAR wHooP STAFF 58 WARD. BARBRA NON-SPECIALIZED GIRLS GLEE 54 BIBLE CLUB 2 YRS. F.B.L.A, 2 YRS. WASHINGTON, EDGAR INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 56 TRACK 55 WATANABE. GEORGE NON-SPECIALIZED BASEBALL 55 BASKETBALL 55 WATANABE. PHYLLIS SECRETARIAL F.B.L.A. WERT, EDMOND NON-SPECIALIZED BASEBALL 3 YRS. CARVER CLUB 56 LETTERMAN CLUB 3 YRS. WHAITE. BETTY HOMEMAKING DRAMA CLUB F.H.A. 4 YRS. WHITE. GRETA UNIVERSITY PREP C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. ARGUS. 3 YRS. FUTURE TEACHERS 3 YRS. WHITE. TOMMY AGRICULTURE TRACK 2 YEARS. F.F.A, I YR. WICKS. BARBARA UNIVERSITY PREP CHORUS 4 YRS. DANCE GROUP 4 YRS. RALLY CLUB 2 YRS. WIECHMANN, WAYNE NON-SPECIALIZED WILHELM, WILLIE INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL 4 YRS. BASEBALL 4 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB 3 YRS. WILLIAMS. U. C. INDUSTRIAL TRACK 3 YRS. DRUM 5 BUGLE CORPS 2 YRS. WILLIARD. CAROLYN UNIVERSITY PREP ORCHESTRA 4 YRS. C.S.F. BAND I YR. WILSON, MARIE NON-SPECIALIZED CHORUS 4 YRS. ART CLUB I YR. QW ,,.. I I.. I Tw, - .L Egg I I at ' ..- ST. I as .I A S dh fl i'-7 Q nav ..' 1:5 1 "'D is N'--'7 yi' - W' QQQSX ,If , I! QL F v .X . V x X , X I I If I N. I :I 1.x J -L -x ' N I Yr 'QQ Ti' C HQ: " N' 17 ff 4 . R X s .Q i .3-gf:-Q I I N, ' ' - 'T 5' fl f L ',,,. f I f ,I A X . fn q -f ' ASQ. .gf gf' X ' :rf fun J' I l. I I ff , f4M Ig p A' i3'a1 1. G. gU J WITTEN. CARL NON-SPECIALIZED WOLFE-JONES, PRISCILLA UNIVERSITY PREP GIRLS LEAGUE V. PREs.58 C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. FRESHMAN COUNCIL WOMMACK, DAVID INDUSTRIAL BOXING FOOTBALL CADETS WOODS. JOHN NON-SPECIALIZED FOOTBALL 4 YRS BASKETBALL 3 YRS. BASEBALL 2 YRS. WOOLMAN, JUDY COLLEGE PREP FRENCH CLUB 58 TENNIS CLUB 3 YRS. WORTNER. TONY NoN-SPECIALIZED FOOTBALL 4 YRS. TRACK 4 YRS. LETTERMAN CLUB 3 YRS. WRIGHT. CAROLYN MERCHANDISE C0-OP MODERN DANCE FUTURE RETAILERS CLUB PRESIDENT 8 VICE-PRES. YOUNG. CREADELL INDUSTRIAL CARVER CLUB 2 YRS. DRUM 8 BUGLE CORPS 55 BOXING 58 YOUNG. LEON INDUSTRIAL SR. MIXED CHORUS 4 YRS ZINK, CLAUDIA UNIVERSITY PREP C.S.F. 8 TORCH 4 YRS. CLASS TREASURER 56.57 ASB 5 CASC TREAS. 58 7 1- Seniors ADAIR. BUDDY RAY COLLEGE PREP BAND 3 YRS. JUNIOR PLAY SWIMMING 4 YRS. ADAMS. JACK COLLEGE PREP BASKETBALL '55 FOOTBALL '56 BASEBALL '57 ASHMORE. GEORGE UNIVERSITY PREP BASEBALL 4 YRS. BASKETBALL A YRS. FOOTBALL 3 YRS. BEATH. JIM INDUSTRIAL BURNSED, ALVIN JOHN INDUSTRIAL BUTTS, CARL INDUSTRIAL FOOTBALL I YR. CARRILLO. VERA CLERICAL COFFMAN. TOMMY INDUSTRIAL TRACK I YR. DAVIDSON, MARIANN GENERAL CLERICAL DAVIS, THOMAS INDUSTRIAL AVIATION CLUB 4 YRS. CROSS COUNTRY A YRS. RADIO CLUB GREEN, IRENE NON-SPECIALIZED GREEN, LENA NON-SPECIALIZED HENDRIX, JAMES LESLIE NON-SPECIALIZED HICKMAN, PHILLIP INDUSTRIAL HORTON, ALLEN COLLEGE PREP V.PRES. RADIO CLUB SCIENCE CLUB IMMEL. FRED NON-SPECIALIZED LAMBERT. CAROLENE MERCHANDISING CO-OP LEMAY. LLOYD INDUSTRIAL T1- MEEKER, HAROLD 1, ,M , NON-SPECIALIZED MCAFEE WOODROW INDUSTRIAL BASKETBALL 4 YRS. FOOTBALL I YR. TRACK 2 YRS. N L Pictured PADILLA. ALFREDO UNIVERSITY PREP CROSS COUNTRY BOXING TRACK PEEK. JERRY NON-SPECIALIZED PERALTA. LOUIE NON-SPECIALIZED A POOLE. BRYCE NON-SPECIALIZED ' POPE, CHARLES BASEBALL 4 YRS. ' CHORUS 3 YRS. SHOOK. EARL , GENERAL CLERICAL I SR. MIXED CHORUS 2 YRS. BIBLE CLUB TRACK TEAM MGR. I COLLEGE PREP , SOTO, RICHARD NON-SPECIALIZED CROSS COUNTRY 2 YRS. THOMPSON, PHILIP NON-SPECIALIZED TIDWELL, JOE AGRICULTURE FUTURE FARMERS VALDIVIA, RICHARD AGRICULTURE BASEBALL I YR. F.F.A. 4 VRS- TRUE, HENRY NON-SPECIALIZED WOODS. LINDA COLLEGE PREP I ff XX Hx X 1 xgniul",xf ' JUNIORS Class of 9 .A 77777 7 7 7 77 l 'V 11 u- xi, I .- IST SEMESTER JUNIOR COUNCIL FRONT Row: DELL DUTTON. DEANNA LORENZO, SANDIE PRESTHUS. VELMA BOATMAN, BARBARA STRAIGHT. 2ND Row: DENISE KNAPP. GERALD LONG. CHARLES R. MORRIS, KENT KRELLER, DEANA HANSEN. 3RD Row: CECIL AMOS. BRUCE ROBERTSON. ROBERT GAYLOR. REEVE HENNION. DON NEwSoME. IST SEMESTER OFFICERS KENT KRELLER. VICE PRESIDENT DEANA HANSEN. SECRETARY BARBARA STRAIGHT. TREASURER DEANNA LORENZO. A.S.B. REPRE. 1,....,. .I A 5 Q P Q nwif y A 2 2, . ,rw CHARLES MORRIS NDRMAN DAY IST SEMESTER PRESIDENT 2ND SEMESTER PRESIDENT MRS. ANNE PAPPAS CLASS SPONSOR mr 'I f f I If I A-J ' f 3 1 I Wi. fi? fy I Ii fgg If A iU.T1b 'gh 3 4, CLASS COUNCIL THIS YEAR THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTED THE PLAY"AH. WlLDERNESS'2 T0 AN APPRECIA- TIVE AUDIENCE. AT THEANNUAL FOOTBALL RALLY AND DANCE GLORIA FAGUNDES wAs CROWNED FOOTBALL QUEEN. HER ATTENDANTS WERE VELMA RIBEIRO AND CAROL GILBERT. THE MAIN AND ONLY EVENT FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER wAS THE PLANNING AND DECORATING FOR THE ANNUAL JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM. C0- CHAIRMEN FOR THE PROM WERE BRENDA PHILPOTT AND DEANA HANSEN. THEIR THEME WAS UTHE COLONIAL BALL.H .rl 2ND CHAR DE WgpA,W ' gm? Q xbfg lfggwg I ' ' Av. Q If - in J ' wnr',.M SEMESTER OFFICERS LES MORRIS. VICE PRESIDENT NISE KNAPP. SECRETARY DEANA HANSEN. TREASURER DEANNA LoRENzo. A.S.B. REPRE FRONT Row: MRS. ANNE PAPPAS, DEANNA LORENZO, PEGGY BRUNING. BEVERLY DIxoN. LOU FARIA. DIANE ROCHE. 2ND Row: CHUENG Kwocx. MERLE SOULTS. DENISE KNAPP, DEANA HANSEN, LINDA SNIDER. LEROY DENNIS. 3RD Row: BRUCE WINTERS. RAY WARE. GERALD LONG, CHARLES R. MORRIS. KENT KRELLER. 4TH Row: MICHAEL MCGREW, NORMAN DAY, REEvE HENNION. BRUCE ROBERTSON. RA I V I flax I. U, ACORD SHIRLEY ADAMS JOHN ADAMS. WESLEY ALEXANDER. JUNE ALEXANDER. PHINEAS ALLEN, DON ww fi v ' 3 ALTAFFER, ROBERT ALVES, FRANK Amos. CECIL ANDERSON, PAUL ANSIEL. JERRY ARAGON, EVANGELINE ARD, LORETTA ARENAS, ELISA ASAY, GENE ATKINSON. CLIFFORD AVILA, GILBERT BACA, CECELIA BALDONADO, TONY BARD. BARTLEY BARD. BRYAN BEESLEY, IRENE BELEZZUOLI. GERALDINE BELK. EUGENE BELTRAN, CHRISTINA BELYEU, SHIRLEY BENTON. JOYCE BERGMAN, ROLLAND BERRYHILL. ELEANOR BEZERRA. JAMES BILVADO, ROBERT BISSELL. BARBARA BLACKWOOD. GAYLON A I .3 It ,1II1,I .5 f- Ia X f an A X In 'I LN II , ' 'III I I.f- I1 Q I It iii i II Q I 'X A H 1 is IIYI . . ' I ,. ' . ' X I 4 I, L."X i I: If Iv' ng n 7.3 ,T M I -- -TQ' -ff fm III' ':'I" ' .X G' I I 'ITS f ' , U A ' wr ,mv v I Q' , 4 N-1 ij I Er: I -Q uf T1 ,W N 'I S3 i 4 - 575 4. , I A N- 'A Al fr H 6 I I I J I ' I :AM 3 W" 55 25 X 4:50 I zhtarg H I ' 5 1, .II L I I "i. , .T JJ f' E-' I 'gi , BOATMAN. VELMA BOND. BERNICE BONTS. LINDA BRADFORD. EDNA BRADY, GLENDA BRENNAN DAVID BRIDGES GERALD BRIDGES. JERRIE BRIDGES, MARTIN Bnmx, PATRICIA Bnown, FRANCES BROWN. TONY BROWN. WANDA BRUNING, PEGGY BURCHAM, BUFORD BURRY. CAROL CAMPBELL, LAWRENCE CAMPBELL, RICHARD CARDOZA, MELVIN CARRILLO, RACHEL CARSON. RDY CARTWRIGHT, SHERON CASARES, JOHN CATRON. RODGER CAUDLE. LILLIAN CAUDLE, MARTHA CEBALLOS. GRACE CHAMBERLAIN, STEPHEN CHILDRESS. RAYFORD CLOSE. WILLIAM CODAY, JUDITH COFFEE. ELOISE COLE. CDLLEEN COLE. JAMES COLWELL. JUDITH CONTRERAS. IRENE CDNTRERAS. JOE COPPINGER, PAT CORREIA, DOROTHY COTTA, MARY Lou CRABTREE. BARBARA CRASE, BARBARA CRISLER. CLYDE CRISP, ALFRED CRUZ, LEONARD CURTIS. LORETTA CUNNINGHAM, RUBY DAILEY. DEVERL Ii Y me Q27 'IE Eg I QT '29 . 1 L1 ' Y is 'v ' wa V J fm, -., ix - i' . xx If T 3 I i' avi X? . X WWII, I f ,Q ,LV 'Y' A lr: - , -- v1 Qfgxk k -' 3. ' H5 A . as Z-j'?il'?L'4 1. 'xx 8 . 'xt ks lx 'wa I "',3f"5X1-.Ji1gI'41?5. I R .- WN -A gf: ,3 ,Q Hank QIQEE 4 :,',- I Ogg, 'I V 'xg F A. K 9E 1 K XM' QL , I AN G'-IX W A , 7:,f, A ., :I in ' J ' 'vu nf. 'NYY . -Ms w f KA ' A 3 I X'xAX ifK -txt W I , F. fv , , I ' ig x-5 A. LXK A X 15. ,A ' ' b -A ' gi -si , 3 "f ,Q K p WJ K f,F I 'EA ' .? If A I Mt 4 DOING THEIR SHARE TO BOLSTER THE TEAM'S SPIRIT. THE JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL DECORATED THE GOAL POSTS PRIOR TO ONE HOME GAME. STANDING--CHARLES MORRIS. ELOISE COFFEE: SITTING--DENISE KNAPP, CAROL NOFFSINGER. 'A E54 DAVIS DAVIS DAVIS DAVIS DAVIS DAVIS DAVIS DAMRON. CHRISTY DANIELS. LARRY DAUGHERTY, CHARLES BRENDA CLIFTON GENEVA GLEN JANICE JIMMY SHARON DAY, NORMAN DE LOS SANTOS. L, , K . DE LA CRUZ, ADRIAN Y DENNIS. LEROY .D I DILLIE, LAURIE f E DIXON. BEVERLY I- H P 3 I DosaINs. LAVADA S., A N DDCKTER. SHARON A X fx A DODSON, KENNETH .I DOREI. BEVERLY 'I' 'I All A I fx' ' DousLAs. DENNIS , A W ,L ,jg DUGAN, EDDIE DUNLAP, ARTHUR Du'rToN. DELL DYsART, PEGGY ' ELLIS, CAROL A ELLIS. RAYMOND " ELLISON, FRANCES . I FARIA, Lou K FAZ, JOE J is-XNNMQ2 FELDT, FREDDY . FENNEMAN. Jo ANN FIERRO. NELLIE "" , FINcH. BETTY 'J I .Q-35 FLETCHER. .IUDITH ,:. ilz ' FoNTEs. BILLY .gi 2 ' 3 , "Zi W 4 W N. J! Ti . 'E i. I wa I , . E .V 'GY Nl W' Q -fwwx I " 'V ., we ,fi y , A V ' a- -A I if E-.. . . fg , I i - I Wg uk 6, lf I.. in A f Q? J: M , , is . I f .,k, 7 I, y'V ew? KJM "" ' I -Q .f .N . A T I K Lf' NX A ,f'x : , ' -A . 4 A ti 'Q' 3 ' 'V I fs -,. 'N . 1 X F: .A - -W 4 ' ar I WWF ., xr 4 Nd I ir W ' ' ' I 'wi 'WD' - 4 ' IV: E it 5 I 'IN If kfil na"vwRu-r's dh 0' ' GF' . - mf - .O -I ,Af 4, E' , IQ? .mm ,, I SOME OF THIS YEAR'S JUNIORS ISOPHOMORES LAST YEARI FOLLOWED TRADITION AND SERVED AT THE I957 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM. GIRLS AT THE SERVING TABLE ARE! BETTY Lou MULLINIX, SHARON DAVIS. DENISE KNAPP, DEANNA LORENZO AND JUDITH CODAY. -nu EW1-in .F A E' FORRESTER. JUDY FORSEY. FRAIRE. FRANK JULIAN FRANK. RONALD FRAsouILL0. CARMEN FREITAS. THERESA FRIED. GLENDA GANDARA. JOHN GARCIA, GAYLER. GEIGER. GENTRY. RICHARD ROBERT JIMMIE JOYCE GILBERT. JAMES GLASS. DEAN GOMEZ, EDNA GONZALES. JOHNNY GosvENoR. LINDA GOULART, THERESA GRAHAM. LEE GREEN. THERESA GREENE. CHERYL GREGORY. GLORIA GRIssoM. NoNA GUARDANAPO. EDWARD GUARDANAPO. GERALD HALE, ALVIE HAMILTON, JIMMY HANKS. CHARLES HANSEN. HARMON, DEANA JOE HAUFF. Gus HEAD, D HENDRIX HENNION HENSLEY. HENSON. H. MARY ANN REEVE ROSEMARY ROY HERNANDEZ. VINCENT HICKMAN. LYLE HICKMAN, MICHAEL HILL. GLORADENE HILL. JoE HODGES. HODSON ROSS ROBERT HOFFMAN JAMES HOFFMAN MARILYN 4 , ,, fv,-.JY , H .. W: :ml-v-,....-.-v-...,,....-.-L..-v. - ...Y.....-F ...H ..,.. ,.,.v-rv-Y-... ,,, ---I-W ., E rv -V .Y .AWA Q 'W M" 04 My. Agra 5 I I W 1:5 an ' ' , 1:5 IF J' 0 ' ' Q .' 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DON . NELLIE , PATTY DOLORES DOUGLASS GARRY JERRIE LARRY EvA PHILIP ART. WILMA EUGENE AN, DENNIS ICHAEL DONALD . DoNNA DENISE ROSALIE , KENT JOHN PAT HT. PAUL LANCASTER. ELDON LANCASTER. LINDA LANGENWALTER. DIANNA LANINGHAM, BARBARA LATIMER. STANLEY LAURITZEN, NANCY LAWLESS. RALPH LAWRENCE. DELBERT LAWRENCE, RAYMOND LAWSON, CAROL LEE. VERNITA LEMAY, ANNETTA LEvlNE. SANDY LEWIS. GLADYS LEWIS. VERA LINDER, DAVID LISHBROOK. JOSIE LITVINCHUCK. JAMES I ww, LOCKWOOD. LEONARD LONG. EUGENE LONG. GERALD LORENZO. BETTE ANN LORENZO, DEANNA LUCIO. RONNIE LUDDEN, DARRYL LUSK, RICHARD LYNCH. BOBBY MACHADO. BEATRICE MANCILLA. ALICE MANGRUM. EVA MARTIN. MAXINE MARTIN. TONY MATTHEWS, DWIGHT MATUSKO. GLENDA MAXEY. JOHNNY MAXWELL. GERALD MEANS. JACK MENDES. MELVIN MENnoNcA, CARL MENEZES, MARIE S .A"'f 3' ' MIDDLETQN. RICHARD ' f MILLER. CHARLES MILLER. DUANE MILLER. DAISIE MILLER, HERSHEL MILLER JERRY MILLER. LUCILLE MILLER Rurn MILLS. JEAN Q, N. ix Q A JUNIOR, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SEVERAL YEARS. SUCCEEDED MAJOR A.S.B. OFFICE. HE IS DON RAMIREZ, HEAD YELL LEADER. SHOWN HERE LEADING THE STUDENTS IN A YELL AT A FOOTBALL RALLY mga , XQQQ fi R ' 5 WL gg ? ww X gg M m 'rq'xI K I R TK N x'M.4 A I fm ap M :R Ml 3 in AF' ami 'J av- mf Ama J .A . L . ' 4 T - 1 um Lg , my , ggagsii? tx xT,- f ,Mm .Mum N3 Aww 53 i AJ AL,3b 1 .,.: ,gig 'nditk .4TH. fwti Y .RKKN I QQf?Ij I NRRL ,V Q I . . za Q 'II 'L up 5: 51. 7 3' ?' Qin? A 3 'jf , fue ig? T? :-Iss 4 ,ne in ' I ' fix' 1 '21 X 'fi' in W W I Quan - IA ur Q L K4 -.1 if we W-f I .Q V.Q gr Q L 5 R 15 3 I3 as nn 'TS' I . 1 .fmwriw x v AA v I JI ' ml ,,.:Q, 4- vwvyz ' 'N wjwf,. A ,, I I K J 4 V, we i Raw ,- S -4 L x A . ' Rm A I A WHWHWWW MOORE. GINGER MOORE. JOHN Moons. JUANITA MOORE. LARRY MoRA, ANGEL MORENO. RAMONA MORGAN. Sus y in mx, 3 wi E 53 - iQTxgI Q-S -f 4- EM-jg -:M V A 5 iw u r xx 1 in M ,.L S A A , I EJ' If ' A. 'L f H ' I E' ?,, , , '4 I I ' I I V L . .V M y , 5 wg. 'J -tg 'il 6 -I jg' EQ: L VILL? I I LHUHA AVII ' 352313 K . I 'xH WE L.: ' 1: IAP 'A' dak ...I A 32 I 4' - 1 A YP I I II ' I I fi t . I 5 if x I L , A 15.131 V , MM' .uw.W, WJ 2 YQ! ww Mui MORRIS. CHARLES MULLINIX. BETTY MURCH, PAUL MCAFEE. TOMMY MCCLURE, JAMES MCCRAIN. KAREN McDoNALo, JOHN MCGAHA, ANN MCGREW, MICHAEL MCPHETRIDGE. Jos NEELEY. JOAN NEELEY, NEAL NELSON, ROBERT Newsome. DON NICHOLS, PATRICIA NICHOLSON, MARY NOFFSINGER, CAROL NOLAN, ROBERT ORosco. ENIDINE ORTON. LINDA PAFFORD. MARILYN PARRA, RITA PARSONS. LINDA PARsoNs. MILDRED PENA, Luve PEOPLES, DORTHA PEREZ, ARLENE Pensz, RALPH PERRYMAN, LELAND RAY WARE AND REEVE HENNION POSE IN ONE OF THE RIOTOUS SCENES FROM EUGENE O'NEIL'S coMEoY. UAH WILDERNESSIIN CHOSEN FOR THIS YEAR'S JUNIOR CLASS PLAY, :hmm -1 -I 1 PETERS. JAMES PETERS, MILDRED PHILPOTT. BRENDA PIcANco. DUANE PoNce. Lure Pore. EDWARD POSSON. PHILIP PRASTER. LARRY PRESTHUS. SANDIE PURTLE, Dlcxls QUICK, CAROL QUINTANA. LENORE QUINTERO, ROBERT RAMI REZ. DONALD RAMIREZ, FRED REED. LEKEITH REED, NANCY REEDER, GARY RENIKER. ROBERTA REYES, AMPARU RIBEIRO, ANTHONY RIBEIRO, VELMA RIDDLE, GARY RILEY, NORMA RIPPEE. Bos RIX. DAN ROBERTSON. BRUCE ROCHE. DIANE ROSEMAN, LEROY RUMMERFIELD. LINDA RYAN. ROBERT SALVADOR. VERNON SANCHEZ. LARRY SANDERS. CLIFFORD SCOTT, KAY SEARCY. DOYLE SEATON, DAVID SHEARER, GLENDALL SHIPLEY. JOHN SHOCKLEY, DONALD SHOOK, MARY SILVA. DANNY SILVA. JERILYN SIMOES. EURICO SIMPSON, FAY A -:v-A I ., Q 'sw I-Q' J' .-'I L A 5,x' e.,N x I E: A ggi, f ! l . WXQA2 - f I I A I... YF, I I E QP' Q Af, i -. ,Q fi' .A 3 A wif 221 Wi -u A X27 Q '11 s, ,Q 4 . 9 ' .iq K' mitwmfss ill A 2 . xv . L A v Jmb I . If . A - I . - - -'-- I " XDQSWQ. 4 - i nw . 5 X Q Expt -,Q If: fr- "' 'F I an I In 2 -n 4' V mf 5 Q If qi V M I r -A I A I -'iwtiz EI .. XV I In I:.' 'AA' gm. nj. I ii - . Digg .P . sf ' ,, .. 1 .. 'Img "? .A g5QQ..Ax 4' xx Hf5E3hINC W '34 W .m' Q V . A K D fgsf., .,,, A -' ' F f ,..: Lf XR idkgkx , NX TS? 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SAMMY WILLIAMS, ALICE WILLIAMS. JOHN WILLIAMSON, LINDA WINTERS. BRUCE WITTE, GERALD WITTMAN, GERALDINE WOODS. KENNETH YEARY. SUE ZUPP. ROBERT AGUAYO. SHIRLEY ALLEN. WALTER ALVARA. RICHARD ALVARADO, RALPH AYALA. MAGDALENA BASS, ALICE BEJARANO. NELLIE BERRYHILL. ROD BOOKER. MARILYN BOWLES, DONALD BRISTOW. WONDA CAGLE, MINNIE Y I 3 H '2' .ao 8 In ar A' I .xx x W'Ta - ' LJ- '33 X IW", , ,M 1 A-L Q I f v 'W 'MJ 515' Q, 4 A '3 I X wA I JAN lr! IT T3 Q Lani E gag. L I .T "f ' zz I as Q, QNTK QI A LR I JUNIOR S NOT PICTURED CARTER, LEE CUELLAR. RAYMOND CULVER. DON DILL. BETTY DONALDSON. JIM FERNANDEZ. JIMMY GARTRELL, WALTER HEREFORD, ROSE HOLLAND, WADE KATLIK, DEAN LAMB, KENNETH LORING, DAISIE LovE. PAUL MonA, RICHARD MCPHETRIDGE. MORRIS PETERS. JOHN QUILLIN. GENE RIBEIRO. MANUEL SEAL, HARLEN TREADWELL. EUGENE VASQUEZ. TONY WARD. J. T. WITTMAN, VIRGIL YOUNGBLOOD. CLIFFORD 1 SGPHOMORES Class of '60 Y. fn.. , g.n......44 SITTING: FRED THOMPSON. gs' A nw I A A , .A Q id Q-3-7Q8'GX 1 ., NA XEA .qS.- ,. H,-, Q 'lymgxv .,M,,,,,.,.,:g 'Xh,.f , W-HA --- ' , Us N' 5' Ly:'3Yf3E.5 5'a! J. ..- Y. , .E .lf . , A V ,sly - 7:51-431 I .I 5 Ti: A T STANDING: PHYLLIS SOUZA, NANCY MORRIS, VIRGIL AMOS. MORRIS DEAN, LAURA TIDWELL. KAREN Lowe, IST SEMESTER OFFICERS SUE BARNES. VICE PRESIDENT DANA DAMRDN. SECRETARY GLORIA FAGUNDES. TREASURER ,Ai PAT SHANNON, A.S.B. REPRE 169 AMN QI www CATHY SERPA MORRIS DEAN IST SEMESTER PRESIDENT ZND SEMESTER PRESIDENT MRS. ALICE MAGILL CLASS SPONSOR CLASS COUNCIL THE CLASS OF '60 HAS FOLLOWED THROUGH ON SOPHOMORE RESPONSIBILITIES WITH ENTHU- SIASM AND GOOD WILL. AT EACH HOME FOOTBALL GAME YOU SAW THEENERGETIC--THOUGH FROZEN-- MEMBERS OF THE CLASS SELLING THEIR WARES T0 HUNGRY CUSTOMERS. SELECTION AND ORDERING OF CLASS RINGS WAS ANIMPORTANT PROJECT FORSECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS AND COUNCIL. THEY WOUND UP THE YEAR BY SERVING REFRESHMENTS FOR THEIR NOBLE ELDERS, THE JUNIORS AND SENIORS, AT THE SPRING PROM. THEN IN JUNE THE SOPHO- MORES CAN BE FOUND IN THE STADIUM DILI- GENTLY DECORATING FOR COMMENCEMENT. FRONT: DANA DAMRON. BACK! DON RICHERT. VIRGIL WOODS Ca vglf, W" S16 W f M-QW' ' wa-J' www 5A avg Q NH lf? M 'N '40 I wi Mil . 'Tl ADAIR, JANIE ADAMS, KAY ADAMS. FLORENCE ALEXANDER. JOYCE ALEXANDER. MARJORIE ALLEN. RAYFORD ALvlso. ANTQNIA ALONZO. RUTHIE Amos. VIRGIL ANDERSON. RoNALo Anosnsou. Gnsrcnzn Auosason. Hsnnv ANDERSON, ROBERT ANDRADE, TRINY APPERSON, CAROLE ARCE. RAY ARTIM, ERNEST ASHMORE, HARRY ATUOOD. Lu ELLEN BAse. Juow BAKER. JESSIE BALDONADO. DAVID BANKS, JERRY BARADAT. RAYMOND BARLOI. JENNIFER BARNES. SUSAN BARTON, RUSSELL BEASLEY. VERNA BEESLEY. LORENE BELL. JUDITH BELO. MIKE BELTRAN, LUPE BENSON. REYNOLD BENSON. TERRY BERGNAN, REBECCA BERRYHILL. SARAH As LUNCH TIME ROLLS AROUND AGAIN STUDENTS FLOCK ABOUT THE CAFETERIA AND STUDENT STORE FOR THEIR SECOND MEAL OF BESHEAR, MADIE BILVADO. JOHNNY BISHOP, MIKE BONDS, CAROLYN BONWELL. JOANN ' ' ? I I , A aqyk I ,, qlililllllp BOOKER, EARLEEN I fw ----- V7.1 !"ll!il WAI r A mug ,K F f flgfs N' f 1 B. BRADBURY, PAUL BnAosHAw, SIDNEY I LN, J D aw I BRANTLEY, PEGGY ' BRASSFIELD. Ools ' BRAVO. CONNIE ' If Bnocnsrr. SHARON 9 BROWN BROWN. BRYAN BRYAN JEAN ELLEN GENE PATSY BRYANT, JERRY BUCKNER. WILLIAM BURNETT ANGELA BURRY NADINE ,kmkm, 2 E . ., ,- 0, Q ll III AAQQX I-Q 2. vw YK I WH I 75 'Iv .KAN K f I Nat IXWWHL QE' I I BURTON ALAN BYRD MARY CADONA CAROLE 0' . it 6, A I X 4' L U , . iv BUTTERFIELD. NANCY A , gf NJ wwf 'XY . -J N . 4, J ff CALLAHAN. EILEEN CAMP, JAMES CAMPBELL, DoN CANDELARIA, DAVID CARoozA. DIANA CARR. PERCY I I'w A -L. .... lE!l'f'llil A Q 3 il isjlllllivil sf! 'll si '19 Sl 'E I3 Lgfw' U 1 ue, I x Ig il If K A H Q ,,I'1,- L ff' 'If CARRILLO, CARLOS CARRILLO. MAGGIE CARROLL. JOHN CARTER, KATHY 'U . , . if Jj!IlIII,, if ii!! il I I f Egig m, iii? CARVALHO, KATHRYN Q5v CARVER. LARRY CASH. JIM CASSADAY, CHARLOTTE CASTLE. THOMAS CASTELLANOZ. Ruov 'F CAsTno, JOHNNY .1 4 CATHEY. KATHRYN CAZARES. MICHAEL CHACON, PHILLIP ...- dvr 6 ,lg ri, i m A , I Y T w I 55434-IQMQRES . -- ' 3 V A vfLVJ I'W In EN ' I A .il v .N , f" A aw A-A-f . I """ .-- N A . Y A lllllllr 'L ad! Am , I. fw f '77 J AAA , I YA A YAA A A wj WEIIIIIHVL 11i r L VK "' " g."'i A ". L ..- .-...Moy J " W7 s J S R- 5 ii Y, is X yxxxx 2 CLARK, JACK CLAUNCH, CLYDE CLEAVER, JENNIE CLEEK, CLIFTON COLE. JOSEPH COLSON. DON COLVIN, LEWIS COLWELL, DARLENE COOLEY. TIMOTHY COOPER, JIM CORBITT, BARBARA CORDIERO, ELANIA CORLEY, JOHN J- - SQ W ,J x CORTER LEONA Q f 'A I " Q 'F COSTA, ALAN A53 'Eff 'Tr' ...Ay COTTLE DAVID I COTTLE BILL 1 E X. ? A A COUCH, JOHNNY W1 A I .Il fm COWEN. RETHA ' J . Akai Cox. DANNY Q, A , A t A: 8 :V Ag Cox. W. B. , NH, 'Ny iw ,,,, CREEI., .IINIIE K v W' V H I1.V: 'R' CRIswELL. RONNIE Q' In K iz, M X M t CROM, ROBERTA KQqKI'I'I'I KMA A I 'Ii' 'W' A CRONON, EUGENE I . W CUELLAR, PHILLIP A .3-A t 3 Y, V- 3, CULLUM, DOUGLAS A I .V it if DALRYNIPLE, MARY E A- wi. - f an A -. Y DAMRoN, DANA , :QZQ -I - A IW DANIELS. RONNIE 4:11511 XI -.,. IT f,,.. DAUBER. SANDRA DAUGHERTY. Sus DAVIS. ALICE W,-' 0 tw' ' DAvIs. MARGARET 9 .4 - DAvIs. ROBERT I . DAvIs. SHERMAN y 3 I ,Q DAvIs. TED DEAN, MoRRIs ILL.: ii it x 'T is hw: DEARING, PATRICIA QA' ,JE Ig L U 3 N DEGGE. ROGENA '5' Tv ""' 47 f DE Los SANTOS, JESSI A V H A De MELLO. MARLENE -uilwexl I LNNNV3 A DIAs, MARIANN O S DIAz. ANGIE an DIXON, JERRY , - 'MJT A-4 ' . f -3 U I A W1 Q, A ., fizgq ssglhf' rg1JA7 Lf NIA F . ': i ' , WW f 1 AJ K , - px X 'x Aa Lg - L sw , Douos. BETTY DOMINGUEZ. FRED Dowov. SHIRLEY DOWNING. CARL DUNKIN. NORMA DYGERT. CAROLE EASLEY. RONNIE EDWARDS. GARY ELDRIDGE, SANDY ELLISON. DARRELL EMMERSON, JANICE EMMERSON. JIMMIE ENRIOUEZ, CECILIA ENRIQUEZ. RAY ESCOBAR. DOMINGO FAGUNDES. GLORIA FAGUNDES. RITA FERNANDEZ, HELEN FIELDER, KAREN FIERRO. FLAVIA FINCH, HENRY FINDLEY, CARYN FINDLEY, NANCY FORSEY, MERCEDES FRAGA. BERNADETTE FRAIRE. Louls FRASQUILLO. VERA FRY. BELVA FULLER. CHARLES GABBARD, CLAUDIA GALAVIZ, IRENE GALBRAITH. JOHN GALLAGHER, DAVID GARCIA. ESEOUEL GARCIA. GILBERT GARCIA, JoE I n L QQQ .E Ria- I I1 ' ' fa. I I f L.: in a N ' "5 a ' d - I' w I -,,' S I " I A I -ami. gm' x ' I' 5 4, ,4 if 1' 4 , ,A -wi' I - 41 Q -if e WMM 'I V hx 'hx A - , I PM A E17 'KY g' vhs L- '4 ,A 15 H5 ' sl ,', 1 ' 'xmjfh :NL L ' I 4 X C IA,L, I . I 1 M x ' 'N ' R33 ' 'a'- Q gl , an , a- E 2 A . , J af- ff: A ' ' '-' .1 cr N 1 ' T . , wr I ' x fx ' ' I-. fi 0- H c 5 in v 5 45 TZ! ' ' Q J , - ' , I X !!...x Qftff I - I , , 1 f ' I . 2 MZA - 1 S .Q . Nd, M, ' 7' wx' .Q t x IW u ' Q W ' E . I ' A SOPHOMORE SETS ANOTHER SCHOOL RECORD. JOAN RIGGS. '5, wAs THE 'BOOTH STUDENT TO ENROLL AT TULARE UNION HIGH SCHOOL THIS YEAR Bn. l 7 -4 WL? wwe is X25 wi w? M gf . .55 gn A- . mxK: W If I f I X I I if I ' E 4 Q 1 Q I as , 'Of . 71 L.-,,.-E., ,N we " I It ,Qu r 15 T U 'Nl 5.7 6 GARRETT. JUANELLA GARnlsoN. ANN GARSA. Lucv GAnvlN. GERALD GIBE. EDWIN Glsson. Jos GIMM. CHARLES GIST, DOROTHY GOBLE. GWEN GOMES. DANIEL GONZALES. CHARLES GONZALES. TERESA GORDON. PEGGY GORDON. ROGER GRADY, WILLIAM GRAVLEE. BILLY GRAVLEE. JOYCE GRIGSBY, SYLVESTER GRISSOM. RAY GRISSOM. ROBERT GUERRERO. TONY GWALTNEY, LAQUITTA HAILEY, EUGENE HALL, LEON HAMILTON. SAVANNAH HAMPTON. SHELBA HANKS. JOYCE HARPER. SHARON HARRIS. WANDA HARTER. JIMMY HASLAM. CoNNlE HAUFF. GINNY HEFFERNAN, CECIL HENARD. CHERYL HERNANnEz. HELEN HERNANDEZ, JOHN DURING ACTIVITY PERIOD STUDENTS SIP REFRESHING DRINKS WHILE CONVERSING WITH HERNANDEZ, LINDA HERNANDEZ. RAY HICKMAN. CAROLE HICKS. VERNON HIGGINS, SHELDON HIGHTOWER. ANN HlNoJAs. OFELIA Hoses, DIANA Hence. GALE HOFFMAN, KATNRYN HOFFMAN. SHIRLEY HOGAN. DONALD HOLLAND, MARK HoLLANn. RussELL HOLSCHER. TERRY HoLsoNsAKE. VELMA HoLT. BEVERLY HOOKER. Lols Ho0vER. RONALD HoTcHKlss. SHAROB HOUDYSHELL. VAN HOUGH, ALLEN HOWARD. DON HOWARD. JOYCE HOWARD, PEGGY IMMEL. Neo INFANTE, VIRGINIA IRVIN, LINDA ISOM, FAYE JACOBO, JENNY JARVIS. ZOELLEN JENRENS, ANNETTE JEPSON, JERRY JOHNSON, LYNN JOHNSON, MABLE JOHNSON, PATSY JONES. JANICE JONES, KENNETH JONES. SHIRLEY KALISVAART, MARY KELLEY. DENISE KERSEY. DICK KILBY. ELDEN KILGORE. JEWEL KING. DONNA L I Q ' ' ' ' .. .--- A , . 'fi '-Q- ' ' th Q A xr, fs V ---' xl 7 :V APM' A1 k . 'ff 'J' 1""2l' 2 A ,U Q L N Ri V 7 N ' 2 1. , , 2' uf' -- '53 'T-F 2. I I,- f J' -Q I - 'wg 9: ' 1 VWN. : L, -' 4 'J W W- is 4 RFHJ A I V ' f M Q' . '37 .3 ' fAV.A Q I N f' I Q ik A ,. .. I YJ , if g Y if W IE "t , gg V! , A '35Af ii' ', ,-x . - -fhmqwgisk J I A --1 ?:'R5Qsf,h1XYi . if f fywffr w.iv A QQRZE4 ' A- E Q-' 1 ff f 4. - ' ' s,ig , 'i7: ?ifT?' I :Qi W Z WF.. 1 X? 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VINCINTE LORENZO. MARCIA LORING. WINSTON LowE, KAREN LUCIO, RONALD LUJANO, MARY LUKE. BETTY LYNCH. JUDY MADALA, RICHARD MALONE. JOYCE MANRO, MIKE MARTIN. DELLA MARTIN. GEORGE MARTIN. MARIO MARTINEZ, ANDREA MARTINEZ, MARY MEDRANO, CECILIA MEEK. FRANCENE MEEK, JAMES MELENDEZ, HERBY MENDES. VERNON MENDONCA. EDWARD MENDOZA, LINDA I I MERJIL NORBERT I A ,Y MILES. WILLIAM Q. ,:' -" PM .A',: 2: W ws., E.. k, MILLER. ANNETTA I Q 5 1 A MILLER BILL I I A 5: 'uf i f MILLER. ELZY 4 "' ' 'W ' xx K In MILLER. SHIRLEY ,,, 5 ' j' M ,V . 1, gk . , '. AL 4 I W MILLER. WELzY . MILLS. JoE Q gy 4: la I MILLS. SHIRLENE A "' Q Y .,. S MINOR, GARY T N' My ,' Y V, MIZE. LONNIE , A I 'I MONK. MARso 8 QNX Ili! LVL Mooov, ALVA MooRE. DANNY 'HVA Q : MORENO JoE . 3, X ' Q 'I' 5 'R 2 ' MORENO SARAH , k"'f, N' .4 MoRENo. THOMAS ' MORRIS. NANCY ,FX 1 fi! X .5 X YqX:5x 'K xxx KA I it gg , MouN'r, GARY MULLINS. JOANN A MUNDAY. LAVADA ' -f 'r V: -5 f MURCH. KATHRYN gg, Q , ' -fi ,jg M: MURCH, LOUISE .7 'N Muncn. NELLIE A I Mu1'cI-IIE. DOROTHY MYERS, JANE MCCALLISTER. CHARLES -51 V .., 'M MCCALLISTER. EVELYN V4 h Ig MCCLELLAN, LOUISE A J I ig A' 'gg ' MCCLURE. JERRIE ' E, W? l AI X J , MCCOY, CAROLYN MCCRAIN, ANN MCCURRY, DONNA MCFARLAND, RICHARD MCGHEE, SHIRLEY MCGREW, JOHN ...Q N.,-Ay' Q SOPHOMORES COPE WITH DRIVER TRAINING. SANDY ELDRIDGE. SHARON SHEFARD, AND GARYALYNN WHITE DISCUSS DRIVER TRAINING WITH MR. WALT LUNSFORD OF THE INTER- INDUSTRY HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMITTEE. I I ll . N Ol .LA ff 'H 1 rv' ' '17 I 4- Y Q i 0- 9 -3 4 Q is - Q4 I 'U ' 'M' -q "? , .3' I ,Y . .A A K If :.- fr: K X I it , - A gl y AJ .. A ' an I Qi, I ME! w 'ur Av 4x4 aww I f N. ... A ,Qs I at 'pd 1 In ,da V w ' Q I I . - 'I J ' QJ M3 Y I Q 'ff Nl I- N , - K L 1 I I 2 - L. -zz' , - AA cr 4 .J nvn - A K 5 A' E-F :ai ll xxx A , Q A - , ,A Y , "' 'X 3, 44 I H4 I . ' A, 12? ' Y IQIF V-' -21 Ir , X 2' ML- 1 NK I . A I A, ":.:- A .2 A A we "' ,ja I I 5 I , V' 3 - A y '71 EI f' A, J 3 'hh ' V ,A j I - Ai I A I an A 'Y 'H wi I A fi I 6 ' " A II' ei- 'P+' , MN A' , '7 QEEQQV ix. A :A ,Qt Ni , A,QQ -Q A I 1 I I I- M EF2AffKA.2.w '-.:' I ' . ,Q,5 ig McKINzIE. STEPHEN MCMILLAN, SuE MCPNETRIDGE. PAT NANEZ. ANGEL NATION. JAMES NEvARov, NADJA NEVE. RONALD NEWPORT. GEORGE NEWTON. EARL NICHOL, LEONARD NIXON, KENNETH NUNEZ, YSADOR NUTT, VIRGINIA NY, SANDRA O'BARR, DENNIS ODEN, Lu ANN ODEN, MARGARET OGBURN. JOHN ORTON. PEGGY OsTERNAN. JunITH OVERSTREET. EDWARD PADILLA, MARY PARKS. DANNY PARRoTT. LINDA PATTERSON. GARRY PEARCE, MELVYN PEEL. ARTHUR PENA, IsADoR PENA, Leo PERDUE, WAYNE PEREZ, ROSALINE PERRY. DENNIS PETERS. STACY PHELPS. CALVIN PHELPS, JEssLYN PHILLIPS, PATRICIA PLACE. VIRGINIA PLACENCIO. AMADA POPE. RONALD POULSEN, RICHARD PRICE. BILLY PRICE. DORIS PRICE, MARTHA PRICE. LARRY PuRGAsoN. DANNY PURTLE. ROBERTA QUEEN. SANDY RADMACHER. LoRENE RAMOS. JOHNNY RAY, HELEN RECENDEZ, MARY REDMAN. JOE REED. LEONARD REED, MARY REID, HAROLD RENAUD. EMILY RENTERIZ, JOE RICHARDSON, HELEN RICHERT. DONALD RINK. DENNIS RIX. JAMES ROBERTSON. GAIL ROBERTSON. JIMMY ROBINETT, MICHAEL RODGERS, EDWARD ROGERS. LOREN Ross. Buoov ROSSITER. BERMIL Rosslren. IMAJEAN ROWE, WILLIAM RUFFA. DONNA Ruiz. Ross RUTHERFORD, WANDA SABIN. GERALD SAFARJAN. BILL SAGER, NEIL SALLES. MARY SALMAN, CRUZ SAMs. MAXINE SANCHEZ. RICHARD SANFORD. LONNIE SAUDE, STANLEY SCHUMACHER. CHRISTY SCOTT. BONNIE SCOTT, FLORA SEARCY. JoAnn SERPA, CATHERINE SETSER. RONALD SHACKELFORD. DONIE SHANNON, COLLEEN SHANNQN, PATRICK SHEPARD. SHARON SILVA. CONNIE A' ., . ya, 4 A 53'-' I 5213 N " f I " E ' , 'I L L25 1 'S I ' Q A-3 . Q, ? A "" 1' iii I ,D'113 A ' ,gg W MA e -e' ,-,I I I I "' V 7 ,h, SQ? 3 HWEM- AWE zz' , I: " at .. , 3'4- X "' -, 4' W ' -' A j ,.g.? ,W 'xg 'fig , ' gf, -M -' Fm . 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R - 'dn- SILVA, NANCY SILVEIRA. BILL SINCLAIR. DARLENE SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH. SMITH, SOUZA. SOUZA, SOUZA, SOUZA, DAVID EMMA NOLAN PATRICK SHARON DENNIS JOHNNIE JOYCE PHYLLIS SOUZA, ROSEMARY SPARKS, CARL SPARKS, ROGER SPRADLIN. DOYLE STAPLETON, LENORA STARLING. WILDA STEPHENSON, REGGIE STUHAAN. ROBERT STURGEON, MARILYN TABER. ROBERT TAFOYA, RANDOLPH TATUM, BARBARA TAYLOR. BARBARA TAYLOR, JACQUELYN THOMPSON, FRED THOMPSON, HENRY THURMAN. RUBY TIDWELL, LAURA AIRosA, ALVIN ALBERTI, MARGARET BALES, EMMET TIGNER. WALLACE TORRES. MIKE TRIPP, JERRY TODD. IRENE TURMAN, SONDRA TURNER, VICKY TYRA, CHARLES URCHISON. FONDA VANLANDINGHAM. GEORGE VASQUEZ, FRANK VERIssIMo. RICHARD VIEIRA, ETREL VIEIRA, PAT WAITE. KAY WALKER. FRANK WALKER. TERRY WALLACE. Tom WALL, JAMES WALTON. EMMA WARREN. GLENDA WARREN. RALPH WASHINGTON, WILLIE WATANABE. BILL WEATHERTON. KAY WEAVER. MARCIA WEBB. DONNA LEA WEED. FRED WEED. NED WHAITE, IRMA WHITE. GARYALYNN WHITE. PEGGY WILLIAMS, SUE WILLIAMS. DEAN WILLSIE. MEREDITH WILSON. THERON WOLSEY, RICHARD WOODS. JERRY WOODS. VIRGIL WRIGHT, SHIRLEY YARBROUGH. DOUGLAS YEPEZ. TRINIDAD YDAKUM. ROBERTA YOUNG. DONNA ZACHARY. WESLEY ' g 3 ' I ,H 4 ,W Q25 I III' 2 I Ig ., ' .1 ,, QQ ' Q, 4: 3 I' ' if , NJ. I -Q: Q, I I ' I I I I I I 4 .au L.. - E? . V ' . ,Zz I H9 5 A A Q: A-.. , , .T . ,553 I P 'iz "IRM A 'xA AX 1 4 , f A, A A II f-I. E I 4 im- ff I I 1 . I A.-II, LIEA A ' A 1k'Wj atm? Q f ,-Q 1 ' - E L.. I '- A if .Af . iv ' ': II NI. X . .. " X - ix SOPHOMORES NOT ALMEIDA. EDDIE ALVES. FRANK CANDELARIA. PAULINE CHESSER. CHARLES CURA, KATY DRIVER. Jo RUTH DU FUR. JAMES EAGAN, ROSE EDWARDS. WILLIS GUINN, FREDA HARGREAVES. JUDITH HAWLEY, LOIS HENDERSON. BILLY HICKS, JIMMY Ahn- HIGGINS. WENDELL JOHNSTON, NAOMI JONES, CHARLES KITCHEN. DAVID LANDFAIR. OPAL MACHADO. MARY MARTINEZ. RICHARD MATHEWS. GLENNA MYERS. PRISCILLA ORTEGA. ROSENDO PACK. BOBBY PARKER. WAYNE PEATON. DEARREL POUNDS. DONALD PICTURED RIGGS, JOAN SHocxLEY. VERNA SILvA, BETTY SIMMONS, Tom SouzA. VICTORIA TRANTHAM. BILLIE TOLES. GLENDA TRENARY. SAM VASOUEZ. JOHN WALLAR. LARRY WILSON. FLORA YOUNG, HELEN FRESHNIEN Class f 9 in Qs I V A IST SEMESTER FRESHMAN COUNCIL FRONT Row: JAN STRAWMYER. RUTH KENT. CAROL LONGENECKER. JOY SwALL. MIKE FULLER, n-if Q ' -, ax xx 1. SHARON ENNIS. TOMMY MABRY, BILL BECKNELL. 2ND Row: MARY WELCH. DONNA MCNATT. MARCIA BECK, ERNIE CHABIEL, ABE ESTRADO, DAVID LUCID. Q 'K' h f w--:L .1 IST SEMESTER OFFICERS Qi, if' Qi, ANGIE LEAL, VICE PRESIDENT V Aww DONNA MCNATT, SECRETARY ' ,I ' MARY WELCH. TREASURER ' if ,, VMNW qbqx Ag Q 1? V RUTH KENT, A.S.B. REPRE. Q5 V Q W, M 'ff' jf , I I A 355 674 X I , Q I gfk X Q4 6 , M. Q1 X k I I JI B HUM A-. JAN STRAwMYER IST SEMESTER PRESIDENT of 17 ,Sf 'igwgx A - A MISS PRUDENCE OLESON ' CLASS SPONSOR .pm A I Q 2.. gy '- uxpffi M RWM?- -MMi?V 1 , 1 Q U v In Q MICHAEL GIBSON ZND SEMESTER PRESIDENT CLASS CQUNCIL THE CLASS OF 1961 IS THE LARGEST CLASS IN T.U.H.S. HISTORY. FIRST SEMESTER ACTIVITIES INCLUDED A FRESHMAN PARENTS' NIGHT PROGRAM AND A FRESH- MAN DANCE. FRESHMEN ALSO RAN THE CONCESSION STAND ON THE VISITORS' SIDE AT ALL FOOTBALL GAMES AND wRAPPED GOAL POSTS FOR ONE GAME. FEWER ACTIVITIES WERE SCHEDULED FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER. So THE TIME wAS USED FOR PLANNING CLASS MEETINGS. THE TRADITIONAL DUTIES OF DECORATING THE POWDER ROOM FOR THE PROM AND DECORATING FOR BACCALAUREATE WERE PERFORMED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. 2ND SEMESTER FROSH COUNCIL 35-.I 2ND SEMESTER OFFICERS DONNA MCNATT, VICE PRESIDENT JOY SWALL, SECRETARY BETTY MENEZES. TREASURER TH KENT. A.S.B. REP FRONT Row: PERRY HOwELL, JULIE STADDEN. DULCIE AZERA, MARY TEDDER. RUTH KENT. GEORGE BERGER,2ND Row: ROBERT MILLIGAN. JOY SwALL, BETTY MENEZES. JUDY KELLY. GLORIA WILLIAMS. JIM JOHNSON.MlSS PRUDENCE QLESON, SPONSOR 3RD Row: MIKE GIBSON, PETE HOUCK, DONNA MCNATT. CAROL WEEKS. LUANNA ALLEN, BYRON SMITH, BILL TRAVIS, IDG! v ,W A ' :nr 'M 'Gully I 4 L L., s wil gnu- F A "I NJ edsg dc dc. I N QL .nav Sv T7 ABBOTT. CHARLES ABNEY, BARBARA ABNEY, LARKIN ADAMS. JESS ADAMS. JESSE ADKINS. ALICE AKIN. TERESA ALDRIDGE. JOYCE ALLEN. BERNICE ALLEN. LUANNA ALLEN. LYNNE ALLEN. NAoMl ALVAREZ. JULIAN ALvEs. GEORGINA AMREIN. PEGGY ANDERSON. BILL ANDES. RAMON I ANSIEL. CAROL E ff - .Qg uf , as , I I W, an 555 X A I: ' Hi S 11563 'Wi , J V , .A ,:,Q., I - , 1 , -ffl J - h 1 a. I ':'2L? i I L., 5 Pkg . A G A ., .E - I ,-E LV5l 'V nlwgy t . ffm . , K , ,Fig A X ,j .ilk . .lgs T M- A A,.,. . Q ami auf y Agfa T an f 1 J. T 'L A I xg .3E L - 1' I I . - AAAA I :M I Q.. FRESHNIEN . . . A N X 'f' N Q 56' , I I ' H' 5 ' V ky uni, ,mfik fiiv I Q ,,7A i H-I Xieiwsig K all 5 ff fi 35 " I 1' P 1 r T i APooAcA. ALBERT ARMS. SUE ARMSTRONG. DAVID ARNOLD. BEVERLY ASKIN. GERALD ASLIN. BILL ATCHLEY. GARY ATTEBERRY. SUSAN AVILA. ISABEL AZERA. DULCIE BAILEY. JULIA BAILEY. KATHRYN BATTI. GARY BAXLEY, DUANE BEAN. CAROL BECK. MARclA BECKMAN, WILLIAM BECKNELL. WES BELLI, MICKEY BELO. JOE BENNINGFIELD. TONY BERGER, GEORGE BERRY, PATTY BERRYHILL. JOHN BERTAO, JOSEPH BESSEY. HARRIETT BIONDA. PETE BONDS. BARBARA BORBA. BOBBY BRADFORD. RUBY BRAVO. EARL BRIDGES. MIKE BRINK. RONALD BROCK. CHARLES BROTT. GARTH BROWN CHARLES BROWN. GENE BROWN HAROLD BROWN JERRY BRYANT, BONNIE BUGG. RONNIE BURNER, GARY BUSBY. ANN 5 ul Q BUTLER, PHYLLIS CALVILLO. JESSE CAMP. DOUGLAS CANOELARIA. AURORA CARDOZA. FRANK CAROOZA, LEONARD CARMICHAEL. DONNA CARR, KAYE CARR, KENNETH CARRIERE, DONNA CARVALHO, CAROLE CARVALHO. RONALD CARVER, KAREN CASAOA, DONALD CASTANEOA, JOE CASTOR. ELOISE CASTRO. ANGEL CASTRO. ROSA CERALLOS. RALPH CHACON, LARRY lx'uU ' fix 'fl ' IIIGKK Q s I A sk X . Q aww A I!I'i,4 Q 5 ,I 'M "- 6 I sa N '4 III ,T Xxx K If vi il LZQH ff A AW? A iWWH "' It RSWMQ If 3 R F QWQQ X A Y. A . A A 1' ' Q t 4?!Qi ' R Q qi Q I- 1' ARAB ' ll Y- :gg nX,A""x I . -,. ' E X- ,my Em Q , A s v ' A I - . EL I ' '. Y N A , 5 ,VY N t . , Y. ' wx P 1 I TE! SKY -- O, Y RTR I LLL A 'an A CRL.. V HSA' QTAYN A. ,II I w -3 A . 'i xx ' 1 ' IX IIQX 9A I f d I I QEY. I 0' 35525533 V bll gig BRIEF: 1," L wif EACH YEAR sEvERAL FRESHMEN ARE CHOSEN T0 WORK WITH MR. RACE KENT IN PREPARING A FILM OF FRESHMEN ACTIVITIES TO BE SHOWN TO THE EIGHTH GRADERS OF THE DISTR ICT. THIS YEAR MARCIA POSSON. PAT GALLAHER, BILL HAMILTON. JOHN BERRYHILL. ANN MIDDLETON. AND DONNA WIEGAND HELPED. ,ag .- up w nr 'J ' . 4 'af f. NJ XI A .QR A ,S I? , A , cy G Lx I5 N II I Q, ,, 0 . ., . I msg 252' Q I A E ww- Ir' 'I 'kg ' II ' I 'N 'M . . I , 'wr 1 I 1 I " HI X E N ' Ita' X N .4 I W, '-'T-7' .T 'Q -ui , -I gg, 4:1 'WJ' J K. -I CHEATHAM. RICHARD CHENHALL. LYNN CHESSER. SHIRLEY CHILDRESS. NONA CHOATE. SHARON CHRISTENSEN. ANN CHRONISTER. ROBERT CISNEROS. JESSE CLINTON. SAMMY Coxsn. CHARLES COLE. EVERETT COLEMAN. RONALD COLWELL. RANDOLF CORDEIRO. JOE CORDOVA. JIMMY CORDOVA. LEROY CORTER. MARY ANN CORTES. DORA CoRTEz, PRISCILLA COULTER. MARILYN Cox, BETTY Lou CoY, GERALD CRAVENS. SAMMY CROOK. ANCIE JR. DANIELS. BENNY DAVIS DAVIS. DAVIS DAVIS DAWES. JAMES JOAN RUBY SUE FRIEDA DELFINO, VIRGINIA DENNEY, JOHN DENNIS. BOBBY DIAz, MAVY DOCKTER. JOYCE DOMINGUEZ. DONNA STUDENTS RECEIVED ASSEMBLIES WITH VARIED EMOTIONS. - 4 N DOREI. MARTHA DOTY. DIANA DUNKIN, RAY DUNLAP. JAMES DURAN. MARGARET DYE. CLAUDIA ECHOLS. TRUMAN EDMINSTER. ANN EIDSWICK, SUSAN ELLIOTT. DALE ELLISON, PATRICIA ENNIS. SHARON ENRIOUEZ. JUANITA ERATH. CONNIE ESCOBAR. ELSA ESTRADA. ABE FAGUNDES, CYNTHIA FAIL, BOBBIE FALTER. RUTH FARIA, RONALD . FAUSEL. JAMES 6, FERREIRA. SHARON T7 FlNcH. DON FITZPATRICK. SHEILAH FLETCHER. FRANK FLIPPO. JOHNNY FLOWERS. DUANE FRAIDENBURG. CHUCK FRALEY, JIMMY FRANco, AUGUSTINA R, FREEMkN, CAROL Fav, TERRY FULLER. MICHAEL GALLAGHER, HAROLD GANDARA. BARBARA GAnvuN. RacHAno GAYLER. Don GEARY. STEPHEN GIBSON, JANICE 'IWW' Gnason, MAxns GIFFIN, HAROLD N' GILBERT. HOBERT GILBERT. RONALD A V GILPIN. DAPHENE j GILPIN. MARY 5 MWA ugdf ,mf .. w-.A N v , Am 9 x ' 1 -pg s e 4 I '-" W fi QQ J . ii g, 1 U LL' A . .,.. Eziaw 7 .' - - hw wa XX fkuwiv f w 3:9 W Y , A W D . w ?n ,W .Fif i ,TQ Uv M L4 WEE urn? .-.My .-v FRESHMEN 4 N21 WLM Wa' FUD 3 JV: W,.SQffh WT. V t AY , s 4 s 'Y WF' , .M . ' W. HW. . A N32 Q I -.-.gr -flu- ' ' ' A , I 22 ' I - fofl-15 1' ' I I I n 4' yi, -Vilxa 4' .,.' 'sh ,.:L w'Ii . A ' A if ,: Q ' Ehqwg f ...W ...A GPI II My ' S tfgy. ...M I, 5 sg LggpZ"l?iLI-'iff X , x K q, FRESHNIEN TA I . Qwf' S fs I9 L , LW .nn Us 4 195. , W. 2? . ,W , W aygw Ami A ig Iliff A M K A 49 ao - M 'S' , GLASS. KAY GOEMAN. DOROTHY GOLSTON. DONNA GOMEZ. ALFRED GOODRUM. FRANCES GRAHAM. MARILYN GRASSELL, ANNE GREEN, BERTICE GREEN. BRINDA GREEN. JAMES GRIGSBY. DESSIE GRIJALVA, CHARLIE GRIME5, LARRY HALE, SANDRA HAMBY, JANET HAMILTON. BARBARA HAMILTON. LORETTA HAMILTON. WILLIAM HANK5. SANDRA HANSEN. ERNEST HARMON. CLAUDETTE HARMON. GAYLE HARMON. HowARD HARRIS. DORIS HARRIS. ELAINE HARRIS. GRACE HAwK. JERRY HAWKINS. DOUGLAS HAYES. ELOUISE HENSLEY. RUTH ANN HEPBURN. MARGARET HERRIN. HERMAN HICKMAN ALAN HICKMAN. BOBBY HICKMAN MELVIN HINSON. EARL HOLOUIN. FRANCES HOOLEY. LOUISE HOUCK. PETER HOWELL. BRENDA HOWARD. DONALD HOWELL. PERRY HUNT. DANNY HUTCHESON. DEANNA INDERBITZEN. JOE ANN JACKSON JACKSON. JACKSON JACKSON. JACKSON JACKSON JOHNSON JOHNSON ADOLPHUS DANNY DOROTHY GLEN LORRAINE VERA CHARLES JAMES JONES. TEDDY JONES, DARYL JONES. MARVIN KACHADOORIAN, HELEN KARLE. WILLIAM KEATHLEY. THOMAS KELLY. GARY KELLY. JUDY KELLY. SHARON KENDRICK. CALVIN KENT. RUTH KIRKBRIDE. RICHARD KNOTT. ONA MAY KNOX. LEONARD KOON, DAVID KYLE. LYNETTE LAFLEUR. CLARENCE LAHANN. DON LAMBRECHT. JAMES LANCASTER. HENRY LANCASTER. MADGE LANE. FRANCES LANE. JAMES LAWRENCE. DAVID LAWRENCE. JOE LEAK, MIKE LEAL. ANGIE LEDGERWOOD. LARRY Mosr OF THESE FRESHMEN KNEW THE ANSWER. , THEY WERE IN MR. RACE KENT'S SOCIAL STUDIES I CLASS. 3 fi' nn I 1 K . ! , 2. K I md ' 1 . gf n' NW I up - 'S - ,, N 22? 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NADINE MADDOX. LARRY MAEsTEz. ESTELLA MALAHY, MAUREEN A MANNERS. SHIRLEY MARTIN. DENNIS M MARTINEZ. ALFRED MARTINEZ. HERMAN MAsTERsoN. PHYLIS W byfw my 'Y' sk lllllilllii MATHERLY. JUANITA MELENDEZ. ERMA MENDES. KATHLEEN MENEZES. BETTY Lou MERJIL. JIMMIE MIDDLETON. ANN MIDDLETON. SHARON MILLER. ERMA ' MILLER. JIMMY - MILLS. WILLIAM ' MILLSAP. STANLEY . MINJAREZ. SALLY DL EH 1' MINJAREZ. ELvA N RAINY DAYS PRESENT THE PROBLEM OF How TO GET BETWEEN CLASSES WITHOUT"DROWNING': HERE STUDENTS TAKE SHELTER NEARTHE STUDENT STORE DURING A NOON HouR CLOUDBURST. -1' T1 Hu I-l-nu lr MITCHELL. RUTH MONTGOMERY. JANICE MOORE. CAROL MORALES. RAYMOND MORENO. GEORGE MORRELLI. PETE MORREN. JIMMIE MORRIS. JUDY MORRIS. LARRY MULANAX. LARRY Muncn. IRENE MCAFEE. WARREN MCANALLY. Juov MCCARTER. OTEKA MCCLUNG. ROSALYN MCCOLLUM. KENNETH MCCRATIC. JAMES MCCURLEY. JANICE MCCURRY. WAYNE MCDONALD. BURL MCGAHA. BOYD MCGHEE. CAROLYN MCMURDO. BURKE MCNATT. DONNA MCNUTT . NORMA NEAL , HAROLD NEAL. KENNETH NELSON. BILL NELSON, GERALD O'BRIEN, BILLIE 0'KElTH. LAWRENCE OLIVER. SHIRLEY OLIVERA, MARY ORTON. MARSCHA OVERSTREET. JAMES OWENS. DOYLE PARKS. WINONA PATTERSON, MAE PAYNE. GERALDINE PECK. THOMAS PEER5. MARGARET PEoPLEs. ALLEN PEREZ. IGNACIO PERRIN. SHERRY PERRY, RONALD ' 4. , WA , Ma, 1 Aw .. , A fi ' Q - yu- KW h I HSA x 'Q' A 3 A' 3 5 5 Y A3 f 2 L A A ,N,l A fir ww an up Q U xiii: Q4 1 il,L -ff a il 5 A 1 Z - Nu I I A 2 3 Y . ,!7 4.' tu ypg. -" .3 4 A-.2 v f 'xx ff, NN. QQ V p ax! r-' - 'Aa-wi ,E X :AKD L HF 'EE iff rv f Nr at Q , if-2' '3 A 'A M' 'Q tv! L' i x .3-gSf.f,v wb X Qi 7 ww A Q3 R L J ,qJq essx 1' 2 v a H4 'ff' 4 13 A WT? LN Eg g P ,...,.. EQ3 gilglm X ' g dugg-EQIR . ggaai La? Q FRESHMEN ?5i? 'L wi E" 555 L v ,559 fa? K A , - X '- ' ' if lr wi fwni' ' A TRM f' 'W5 - A355 www ' ' ,155 ., Q 'i , i A 2 2 R E A A . , -, , " -'T " fn, V H' if 17: 'Rf , E. . ' ., - .A ' x ' 11. ,LJ !N'Q T- 'Y i 'Y' A , I,f' 32, fq 'M - ' . ,, J -W-1 l Il lsgggggvy A 4"',2J.s-' if :i'Q'f1'1E'?"-E. 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CARRIE SEARCY. JAMES SETSER. DONNA SHAHAN. CHRISTINE SHARP. JERRY SHEARER. DONALD SHIELDS. SANDRA SHDCKLEY, EUGENE Snoox. HELEN SICKS. SONNY SILvA, JDE SILVA. JOHNY SILVEIRA, DAVE SIMERAL. BOBBY SINGLETON, VERNAL SMITH. BYRON SMITH. CAROLYN SMITH. ELOMA SMITH. LLOYD SMITH. SUSAN SMYTHE. CHARLES SDUZA. BETTY SouzA. DIANE SOUZA, LILLIE SouzA. STEPHEN SPARKS. RICHARD SPARLIN, LEON SPRUITENBURG, WM. STADDEN. JULIE STAPLETON, JIMMIE STEVENS, GERTRUDE STEVENS, LDRETTA STEwART. DEAN STIFFLER. RONALD STILES. RUTHAN ,V A I ""' L '5Z5""" , ay N A XX 1 x Ill A-.1-'M -.sg ,fs W I ' ' Y : Y X ,x q X' 6 'A A .AUX G XNNu.! W Xxvt Ti Q kv 7.0 'Q , I fm II u A I A gh, wax . Hn ,V .4 f' WT w 3 I R H' LG L A nm 0 K I 1 76... 1 Q 1' 4 AJ Q 'G K Q A A D 5 '. rl' K. :,. A . K 44 3 , g In W 'S' - A - 'E LEAD: QM xg? ,- figlqx V .H 5 m H as b J, A ct! 8 'X I 1? , W ' f- f g W ' f E L-I - 'R x , Q 8 K A fm' A 1, . A .fi ' -'fs Q' ' gt '13 dx v A A sn: - I NZ, " ,-E Q . ' . 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