Fowler High School - Litoria Yearbook (Fowler, CA)
- Class of 1957
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A teacher who has given years ot devoted service
to the students and school ot Fowler High
A man who has been a faithful and understanding
sponsor to the class ot i957
A coach who has contributed to the spirit and fine
athletic teams of our school
We dedicate this Litoria of lQ57.
Our novigotors plot the charf
For o steady soil oheodg
Across the treasured seo of life,
To which we oll are wed.
When one considers the many things
learned, the ideas developed, the problems
solved, the attitudes changed, the ideals es-
tablished, and the friends made, the years
in school truly do make a veritable treasurc
chest. flzor a treasure chest is surely some-
thing that contains things of great value to
So now it is time to say, "Til we meet
againl" to the class of '57 with the great
hope that the treasure chest of each gradu-
ate be filled with those things that are truly
treasures, those things that can make any
life richer. Fowler High School has provided
the opportunity for finding many of the
treasures of education, but each student
has filled his chest in proportion to the ef-
fort he has made. May the future bring even
better effort to match the opportunities tc
Drincinal, Trustees Aid in ur Droeress
The continued improvement of our school is the goal of the Fowler High School board of
trustees. In the past year, the board has proved it is striving to reach that goal. Bright and newly
painted halls greet one every day as well as a new bell and clock system which summons even the
hardest of hearing students to class.
Perhaps the most noticed and appreciated improvements are those in the auditorium and
gym. The stage has acquired new drapes, main curtains, and overhead lights now illuminate the stage
wonderfully. The gym floor has been refinshed, repainted, and the basketball court has been enlarg-
ed. Particularily noticeable is the beautiful red F on a white background in the center of the floor.
Indeed, the board of trustees has used its authority and power to the best advantages of
BOARD OF TRUSTEES - Deron Ahronian, Samuel Vucovich, clerk, Richard Goode, president, Aaron Butts, A, D. Wilson
Upper Left - Mr. Daniel Pe-
tersen, Vice Principal.
Upper Right - Mr. Gerald
Center Left - Mrs. Ruth Con-
verse, Mrs. Mariellen Ashcroft,
Mrs. Lorene Biggerstaff, Secretcr.
Vice Principal Daniel Petersen has certainly added to our chest of memories and, as many will
recall, some of these memories have not been pleasant ones. lt is a huge job to direct students
along the correct disciplinary path. However Mr. Petersen will not be remembered only for training
students to obedience, but to many he will be called to mind as a helpful and dependable class spon-
To help the students decide and to do what is best for their futures, Mr. Gerald Floyd fulfills
his iob as counselor. Now in his second year at Fowler High, Mr. Floyd has repeatedly proven his
significance and importance.
Always on the job, the three secretaries make our school run smoothly. Mrs. Lorene Bigger-
staff, with a worm smile, attends to business in the main office. Mrs. Mariellen Ashcroft makes
ends meet in her domain, the financial office. Mrs. Ruth Converse, competent assistant to Mr. Peter-
sen, discourages "possum" students at the attendance Office.
Administrative Services lmnrcve Efficiency
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MR. LEFFORD HUNTLEY-
Algebra, Arithmetic, Physical
Education, Geometry, C Basf
ketball, Swimming, Intra-
rnurol, Hi-Y, Senior Class
MR. HENRY KRAUSER-
Chemistry, Algebra, Geome-
try, Physics, AV, Soohomorc
MISS HELENA JORGENSEN- Class SDons0r.
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MR. ALFRED LEAL-
Auto Shop. Metal Shop, In
dustrial Arts, Physical Edu-
cation, B Football, Track,
Senior Class Saonsor.
MR. PHIL PATI 'X
Spanish, Social St , Ph
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kothall, B Football
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MR. FARHAD MOEZZI--
Stage, Art, Crafts, Art Club,
Senior Cass Sponsor.
A fascinated chemistry class watches anxiously
os the balloon expands rapidly.
MR. JOHN PEREIRA-
Physical Education, Varsity
Football, Varsity Basketball,
Intramural, Faculty C I u b
President, Block F, Senior
MR. EARL POWELL-
Eand, Arithmetic, Pep Band
Junior Class Sponsor.
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Student Dffieers Learn Dules of Government
A change in the Executive Council for this year was brought about by last year's revision of
the Constitution Many positions, which previously had been elected ones, were changed to appointed
Dividing the office of Commissioner of Safety and Welfare into two separate offices by an
amendment to the constitution, purchasing ci speed graphex camera for the use ofthe Litoria and Red-
cat staffs, and revising the dance policy are just a few ofthe many things accomplished by this year's
Many activities were sponsored by the Executive Council. ASB card sales, a Christmas din-
ner and program, and a bonfire rally are a sample of these activities.
Lawmakers Leeislate for tudent elfare
FIRST SEMESTER HOUSE - BACK ROW: S. Tokubo, H. Laloian, J. T. Nielsen, FRONT ROW: R. Mirigian, G. Kozarian, S. Smith, clerk
Carter, J. Artrip, J. Pabooiian, L. McGIaughIin, M. York, A. Fuqua, M. Baxter, speaker, P. Craig, J. Stenfort, K, Ellis.
SECOND SEMESTER HOUSE - BACK ROW: L. Eubanks, J. Carter, Smith, M, Baxter, speaker, S, McGee, S. Banks, A.. Toniguchi, M.
T. Nakamura, J. Reed, T. Simonian, A. Kamikawa. R. Kazarian. D. Nakamura.
Peters, L. Fujii, S Tokubo. G. Hump. FRONT ROW: M. RobinsOn. S.
Still suffering under growing pains, but with interest and morale rising to an all-time high,
the House ot Representatives met weekly to legislate for school improvements, policies, and to set up
By-lows to govern the student body.
Under the leadership ot Speaker Marvin Baxter and Clerk Sylvia Smith, the House steadily
improved throughout both semesters, and student government held the interest ot a high percent-
age ot the student body.
Our cooks, Ruby Turpin, Erma
Tiller, Bernice Hamp, and Nan Mi-
rigian, add "delicious" memories to
our treasure chest.
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A clean campus will always help
us remember our excellent main-
tenance crew, Joe Acosta, Bill Stone,
Hubert McGlaughIin, Albert McLe-
more, and Hubert Jones.
Smooth running buses are the
result of the work of our safety-
minded transportation department,
Carl Conway, John Delgado, and
Another yeor hos come ond gone
Adding To our chest
A hoord of priceless memories
Along our four yeor quest.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Shirley McGee, girls'
athletic manager, Gary Scheppegrell, boys' yell leader, Michiko
Komaki, treasurer' Linda Allen, girls' yell leader. FRONT ROW:
Thelma Ueki, secretary, John Halen, president, John Kahaian,
vice lpresident. tNot in picture: Fred Smith, boys' athletic man-
9l1i0I'S Leave BIYIDYEGS, 0lIl'l19Y 0 flltllfe
The class of "57" has reached the finale of their four years at Fowler High. As they look back
into their overflowing chest of memories, they will treasure forever the experiences gained in this gold-
en season of life. ,
Their motto of "Forward Ever, Backward Never", coupled with excellent class leadership, pro-
vided the foundation for a highly successful four years of high school life.
This aspiring group has met with many significant experiences during the past year. Perhaps
the most outstanding of these events would be Senior Ditch Day, Dress-up Day, and Career Day.
SEAL BEARERS - Melvin Naiorian,
Dean Gibson, Carol Holland, Donna
Shapazian, Karen l-leisinger, Luella Sin-
ner, Louise Kuda, and Michako Kama!
Melvin Naioricm, Louise Kuda.
Band, Athletic Awards, Bas-
ketball, Track, Baseball.
Tri-Hi-Y, GAC, Fl-lA, Aeo-
iian Club, Yell Leader, Pep
Girl, Drill Team, Assemblies,
Swimming, Jr. Review.
TOMMIE LEE EASTER-
Tri-Hi-Y, Aeolian Club.
Block F, Mixed Chorus, As-
semblies, Athletic Awards,
Football, Basketball, Base-
ball, Jr. Review.
Transfer from Roosevelt in
Jr. year, Jr. Review.
ASB Vice President, Jr. Pres.,
Hi-Y Sec., Block F, Knights,
Redcat CofEditor, Litoria
Business Mgr., Assemblies,
Athletic Awards, Quill and
Scroll, Football, Track, Twirp
King of l955, Outstanding B
House of Rep., Tri-Hi-Y
Chaplain, Aeolian Club,
Band: Honor, Pep, Swing,
C.O.P. Clinic, Music Awards,
Swimming, Assemblies, Bank
of America Award, Jr. Re-
rama Play, FFA.
riights, Art Club, Pep Band,
sscmblies, Athletic Awards,
Jafball, Basketball, Track
aseball, Jr. Class Yell Lead-
Block F, Hi-Y, Football, Base-
ASB Commissioner of Wel-
fare, CSF Pres., FBLA Pres.,
Knights, Band Pres., Vice
Pres., Assemblies, Baseball
Mgr., Scholastic, Music
Awards, Pep Band, House
of Rep., Governor's Traffic
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Luello Sinner, John Hoien.
Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club, Mixed
Chorus, Band, Aeolian Club,
Drill Team, Assemblies,
Tri-Hi-Y, FBLA, Drill Team,
Art Club Treas., AV, Knights,
FHA, Assemblies, Drama
Play, FHA Sweetheart, Swim-
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Frosh Yell Leader, Jr. Girl
Athletic Mgr., Tri-H-Y, Art
Club Treas, Girls' League Jr
Rep., GAC, Circle F, FHA Re
porter, Aeollan Club, Major-
elte, Yell Leader, Pep Girl,
Drill Team, Assembies, Alh-
Ieflc Awards, Swimming.
FFA Sec., CSF, Drama Club,
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Team Drama Play Afhlellc
ASB Commissioner of Rec-
ords, Frosh Treas., Knights,
AV, GAC, Tri-l-li-Y, CSF Vice
Pres., Social Ch., Treas., Girls'
League Treas., Band Sec.,
Honor Band, Assemblies,
Music and Afhletic Awards,
Sr. Class Treas., Girls' League
Sec., GAC Sec., FBLA Vice
Pres., Sec., Circle F, CSF, Tri-
Hi-Y, Aeolian Club, Tennis,
Football, Basketball, Bank of
Seal Bearer, Swimming, Ten-
nis, Bank of America Award.
Transfer from Orosi in Jr.
year, ASB Yell Leader, Tri-
I-li-Y, FHA, GAC, Assemblies
Aeclian Club Pres, Sr. Alh-
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Drill Team, Mascot, Assem-
blies, Drama Play, Mixed
Chorus, Music Award.
Block F, Redcat, Litoria
Band, Football Athletic
Awards, Tennis, Drama,
Stage Crew, Swimming.
Carol Holland, Marvin Bn-aler.
Asscmblies, Drama P l a y,
Athletic Awards, Football,
Basketball, Boys' Chorus, Jr.
l-li-Y Sec., Block F, Fresno
County Hi-Y Council, Band,
Knights, Swing Band, Assem-
blies, Athletic Awards, Foot-
ball, Track, Basketball,
Swimming, Tennis, North
South All Star Game.
Tri-Hi-Y, Circle F, Stars, GAC
Pres., FHA Art Club Sec.,
Treas., Quill and Scroll
Redcat Bus. Mgr., Litoria,
Pep Girl, Drill Team, Assem-
blies, Athletic Awards, Swim-
ming, IDI, CKC.
Jr, Girls' Athletic Mgr., GAC
Sec., Tri-Hi-Y Vice Pres.,
FHA, Girls' League Sr. Rep.,
Circle F, Aeolian Club, Drill
Tcam, Banner Carrier, As-
semblies, Drama Play, Ath-
letic Awards, Swimming.
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FFA Sentinel, Sec., Arl Club.
Tri-Hi-Y, Fl-lA, Ar? Club.
CameraCouIdn'tCorn r ese eniors
Basketball, Baseball, Twirp King
Senior Dress Up Day should prove "eye catching" if
all seniors wear such interesting costumes.
1.-Tired and bedraggled seniors unload after an informative 3
time at Senior Career Day. . 4
2.--Senior girls keep score between chatter ct the interclass
track meet. 5
ni r naps Decantur
.-Senior girls serve with a smile at a football concession.
Bob Deothercge is seen displaying a winning smile because
he was chosen Twirp King.
Senior class president, John Hoien, proudly displays the
Clos: Spirit Trophy which his class so ably won.
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ly watch the fifty foot mark.
-Senior girls know a hot spring day supplies many customers
at the interclass track meet.
Senior girls "persuade" the freshmen girls to submit to
nazzy' na 5
-Barbara Price performs a new step as Karen Heisinger and
Geraldine Moorvartian "rock" to the bent in a pantamine
for a Girls League meeting.
5.-Hayseed Garcia sits tranquilly watching the festivities at
the Art Club barn dance.
JUNIOR OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Girls' Yell Leader, Kathleen Valdez, JUNIOR SPONSORS - Cameron Woods, Earl Powell
Sergeant-at-arms, C. B. Robinson, Boys' Athletic Manager, George Sa- Minor Rootes, Elva Ehrlich. lNOt in picture: Daniel
kamotop Girls' Athletic Manager, Gretchen Boyer, Boys' Yell Leader, Petersen Berry Hilll
Gary Kazarian. FRONT ROW: Vice Pres., Alden Komikawa, Pres., Eddie
Sarlfisiang Sec., Jdnie Nakagawa, Treas, Virginia Krikorian.
uniors Aim i h to Achieve excess
ln a mad flurry to raise money, the class of l958 has worked feverishly to obtain funds to
finance the Junior-Senior Prom.
Slove Day netted o huge profit and a grand time for everyone. Another successful monetary
project sponsored by the Junior class was the "Junior Review" which consisted of talent from all
Finally, the long-awaited event was made a reality. Following their class motto, "Going
Ever, Stopping Never", the Junior class presented an unforgettable Prom, "Red Fandango".
MRS. EHRLlCH'S HOMEROOM KMICKEY MOUSEJ - BACK ROW: E.
Arasuna, J. Berg, A, Blancas, M. Cruz, E. Cowings, B. Frcddi, J. Fuqua,
P. Cox, R, Aguayo. SECOND ROW: A. Contreras, H. Arasuna, V. Adamo,
I. Andrade, E. Aubuchon, B. Byrd, I. Delgado. M. Dykes. FRONT ROW:
C. Castillo, J. Fennell, G. Boyer, V. Delgado, F. Craig, L. Eubanks, L.
Franco, iNot in picture: R. Brummett, G. Barkerl
PROM COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN - BACK ROW: L.
Euhanks, A. Komikawo, E, Saikisian, N. Tartar. FRONT
ROW: l, McGlauqhlin, P. Craig, J. Paboojian, G. Boy-
er, J. tlorii.
MR. W6OD'S HOMEROOM CPORKY PIGJ - BACK
ROW: T. Souza, H. Suhla, E. Vargas, N. Watts,
L. Yeramian, R. Wilson. SECOND ROW: R. Shah-
oazian, S. Weinberg, J, Wise, D, Wright, S. To-
kubo. FRONT ROW: M. Smith, S. S. Smith, C.
Vela, S E. Smith, K. Valdez, N. Tartor. iNot in
picture' R. Vasquez, F. Zavalai
MR. LEAL'S HOMEROOM IARCHIED - BACK
ROW: D. Ramirez. G. Schmidt, F, Schwabenland,
G. Sakamoto, E Sarkisian, C, B. Robinson. SEC-
OND ROW: D, Peters, J. Sanders, C. Rogers, R,
Orozco. FRONT ROW: V. Sargenti, S. Sanchez,
T. Romero, J, Pabooiian, E, Peralta, N. Schult.
iNot in picture: B. Ochoa, R. Rodriquez, T, Rodri-
MR. ROOTES' HOMEROOM CMr. Magool -
ROW: G. Kazariun, R Kazariari, A. Kamikaw
Green, J. Haro, T. Gong, B. Jackson, E, G
SECOND ROW: B. Hughev, L, King, J, Kli
R. Guerra, V. Krikorian, J. Harii, FRONT
D. Johnson, A, Hereriia, L. Heredia, D, Kc
ian, J. Johnson, M. Hercdia. iNot in pictu
MR. HUNTLEY'S HOMEROOM CSLUGGOJ -
BACK ROW: D. Murrieta, B. Moreno, J. Nutt,
B. Laikam G. Nakaguchi, J. Moms, T. Nalian.
SECOND ROW: J, Maxwell, S. Novella, E.
Meagler, B. Long, J. Lorrie. T. Nakamura, T.
Munoz, B. Lucero. FRONT ROW: M. Miyasaki,
J. Nakagawa, L. McGlauahIlr1, E. Munoz, L
Marshall, P. Lackey, V. Madsen lNot in pic-
Ture: I, Martinez, F. Marfinezj
1.-Juniors serve sweets for the hungry students. 4.-Mr. Woods, junior sponsor, and Glenn Nakoquchi take over
2.-Money! Money! Help pay for the Junior-Senior Prom. the announcing responsibilities during the inferclass truck
3.-Juniors swing to the music of the Art Club Dance. meet.
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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Russell Smith, SOPHOMORE SPONSORS - BACK ROW: Anthony Garo-
boys' athletic manager, David Peters, boys' yell leader, foli, Gerald Floyd, Barbara Bernstein. FRONT ROW: Hen-
Paula Cox, Girls' Athletic Manager, Norma Gonsalyes, ry Krauser, Philip Patino, Percy Stanton.
girls' yell leader. FRONT ROW: Harold Laloian. vice,
pres., Richard Ahronian. pres., Carolyn Henderson, sec.'
lnez Carmona, treas,
The self-assured sophomores were full ot confidence as they started their second year and
resolved to leave the studying to the freshmen and enjoy more fully the school social lite.
They continued piling up memories throughout the year, highlighted by game concessions and
dances in the fall and winter, a tremendously successful assembly in February, and in the spring
a hayride, swimming party and skating party. An always important event in the lite ot the sopho-
more is the purchasing of their class rings. The "class ot 59' came through with tlying colors as they
"labored and conquered" their sophomore year.
MR. GAROFOLI'S HOMEROOM KELMER FUDDJ - BACK ROW: J. Flores
J. Heredia, J. Garner, J. Galvan, T. Hernandez, M. Franco, S. Graham
B. Gerber, F. Hashimoto, M. Garcia. MIDDLE ROW: L. Gonsales, H
Horii, G. Frazier, G. Franco, A. Fuiikawa, R. Fuiikawa, G. Hamp, M
Gamino. FRONT ROW: J. Gibson, L. Hobart, B. Hiyama, N. Gonsalyes
C. Henderson, J Garcia, V, Gomez. iNot in picture: J. Googooian, V
Heredia, L. Guessj
Magician, Lalo the Great, receives o thun-
derous applause when introduced by M. C.
Jimmy Carter in the Sophomore ossembly.
MR. POWELL'S HOMERCOM IMIGHTY MOUSEI -
BACK ROW: D. Mengian, R. Karle, D. Jones, P.
Mason, D. Martinez, C. Laningham, B. Nix, M.
Kazarran. MIDDLE ROW: G. Krueger, W. Krue-
ger, I. Lopez, H, Lulaian, NA. Johnson. FRONT
ROW: J Klrppert. N. McGee, J, Ishkanian, W.
Lawrence, E. Means I3 Maxwell, B. Machado. INot
in picture: L. Novella, B. Jensen, R. Moulton, D.
MR. HiLL'S HOMEROOM IJOE PALOOKAJ -
BACK ROW: J. Valdez, S. Stairs. R. Sherman, G.
Whitely, R. Smith, A. Vargas. MIDDLE ROW: E.
Valtierra, B. Srabian, E. Silva, L. Stewart, D,
Winters, A Taniguchi. FRONT ROW: P. Turpin,
J. Stenfort, C. Vukovich, C. Thuesen, J. Takaha-
shi, J. Wilson. CNot an picture: P. Whittenberg,
B. Taylor, M. Subial
MR. KRAUSER'S HOMEROOM IMOUSEKATEERSD -
BACK ROW: D. Blair, E. Barsamxan, J. Carter, C.
Castanedas, D. Burnside, J, Bedrosicin, R. Ahron-
ian. MIDDLE ROW: W. Anderson, P. Cox, A, Bu-
laich, F. Adargas, S Cavozos, S. Carmona. FRONT
ROW: I-I. Deatheraae, W. Ayier, M. Easter, B.
Blayney, J. Benor, I. Carmona. INot in picture: M.
Barker, M, CarrascoI
MR. STANTON'S HOMEROOM CHECKLE AND
JECKLE3 - BACK ROW: R. Pendergrcss, A.
Rodrlquez, R. Petrlllo, M. Roy, D. Peters, C.
Roo, R. Scott. MIDDLE ROW: C. Romero, T.
Romero, J. Sclnz, V. Rodriquez, J. Okamuro,
N. Rodrwquez, D. Pursell. FRONT ROW: V.
Romirer, H. Oakley, V. Sampson, D, Price, M.
Robunson, C. Robles, M. Rodriquez. iNof in
mature: C Reyes, N. Rodriquez, C. Rowe, O.
'I Jerry Galvan Puts the shot during the interclass track meet pomtment The take IS all gone
2 The sweet vosce of Esther Valtierra entertains during the During tha. lnterclass track meet Its up and over for Gary
sophomore class assembly. whlfely
FRESHMEN OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Ron Kazarian, boys'
cheer leader: Paul Orphan, boys' athletic manager. MID-
DLE ROW: Gwendolynn Dykes, girls' cheer leader: Shirley
Nahigian, girls' athletic manager, Michiko Tokubo, treas-
urer, FRONT ROW: Ann Fuqua, vice president: Richard Kri-
korian, president, Joyce Toyoda, secretary.
The freshmen closed the school year
with memories ot o successful assembly, ci
dance, and with exciting experiences of ci
Under the motto, "A winner never quits
and o quitter never wins", the scrubs have
emerged from their lowly position to be
recognized os future sophomores.
Guided by President Richard Krikorian
and the frosh sponsors, the l32 members
of the class ot i960 closed the year with
fond thoughts ot Fowler High.
FRESHMAN SPONSORS - BACK ROW: Ralph Poole, Ted Con.
Eerse. FRONT ROW: Agnes Dervishian, Alice Blayney, Ethel
fearless fros favor Slice Coo ' olic
MR. WlZYMOUTH'S HOMEROOM LDENNIS THE MENACEJ - BACK ROW:
R. Rebensdorf, P. Orphan, K. Pabooiian, R. Pisor, B. Orosco. SECOND ROW:
M. Nakamura, T. Nielsen, S. Nahigion, K. Omlana, M. Rodriguez. FRONT
ROW: E. Ramirez, R. Ochoa, P, Pond, A. Nahigian, D. Romero, R, Rocha
lNot in picture: H, Peralta, li, Perce, R. Rodriquezl
MISS BLAYNEY'S HOME ROOM KTINY TIMJ -
BACK ROW: R. Maul, O. Morrill, M. Kciarian, D.
Maul. R. Kazanan, G. Moorvartian, R. Kerby, R.
Mayobc, R. Moreno. SECOND ROW1 R. Krikorian,
M. Flowers, S. Moore, D Martinez, M. Puliclo, F.
Mathews, J. Lopcz. FRONT ROW: B. Jones, P.
Marshall, M. Lopez, C. Mallory, P. Kendrick, K.
Jeffreys, M. Lopez lNot in picture: A. Jacksonl
MISS BERNSTEIN'S HOMEROOM KBUGS BUNNYD -
BACK ROW: A. Capazzi, J. Beltran, G, Cornell,
D. Barnes, R, Bagdasarian, J, Artrip, D. Alfaro,
P. Chambers, H. Cain, V Bedrosian. SECOND
ROW: R. Castanecla, O. Avila, R. Blancas, P.
Burns, M. Butler, G. Dykes, J. Artrip, N. Brown,
Ll. Black, J. Davis. FRONT ROW: J, Daniels, B,
Eubanks, M. Brandon, C Bank, A. Ellis, B. Beton-
nourt, A. Blancas. fNot in picture: B. Avila, J.
MISS DERVISHlAN'S HOMEROOM lLIL ABNERJ -
BACK ROW. P. Serrato, M. Zuniga, R. Zavala, T.
Surnonlon, B. Warren, J. Soghomonian, R. Santa
Cruz. K. Yoshimdo T. Thompson, R. Sakamoto,
R. Stark, SECOND ROW: B, Vargas, M. Tokubo,
J. Toyoda. L. Youna, G. Vasquez. D. Meiia, M.
Square. FRONT ROW: H, Torres, M. Sherman, L.
L. White, C. Schmidt, M. York, L. White, M.
Scoaqins. lNol in picture: S. Sherman, P. Siskl
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By acts and deeds so black and boldg
Our clubs at Fowler plunder, too,
From the "experience tree" they hack and hewg
Serving others while seeking play,
While sailing a novitial sea today.
Busy Beavers to Dresent itoria
LITORIA STAFF - BACK
QOVVZ W. Laurent, R.
Nlamba, D, Shapazian, J,
Manis, Mr. Woods, D.
Qamirez, H. Lalolian, J.
Duintero. FRONT ROW:
l Stenfort, B. Price, L.
Eubanks, P. Craig, L.
?amirez. J. Peters, B.
Many memorable events have occurred
during the past year and the Litoria staff has
combined all its skill and ingenuity to re-
capture these moments for you,
Long hours of hard work and planning
have gone into the Litoria to make it possible
for you, in the years to come, to unlock your
"Treasure Chest of Memories" and recall past
The staff under the supervision of Miss
Ethel Roosman and Mr. Cameron Woods, have
assembled all of its efforts and abilities to
bring to you, the student body, its final
achievement of the year - The "l957" Lita-
Lue'la Sinner and Karen Hei-
singer, Litoria editors, seem nev-
er to have a lack of ideas with
the aid of Miss Roosman's
So much photographic
equipment can still be
confusing to as excellent
photographers as Melvin
Nafcirian cmd Richard Mi-
Business managers, Mar-
vin Baxter c n d Tom
Gong, sometimes find it
hard to make ends meet.
REDCAT STAFF - BACK ROW
Monis, R. Namba, W. Laurent,
Miriaian, M. Naiarian, L, Sinner
Ramirez. FRONT ROW: T. Gong,
Eubanks, L. Ramirez B. Price,
First and second semester Redcat editors look over
a week's work. Back Row: Mr. Woods, sponsor: second
t dt H L J S f C F
semes er e iors, , oloian, . ten ort, P. raig. ront
Row: First semester editors, M. Baxter and D. Shopozian.
lt happens very fast . . . "beats"
turned in, assignments handed out,
stories back in a day, and the dummy off
to press - all in one week. Impossible
you say? Perhaps, but not at the Redcat
office which is staffed with a group of
well-trained and precisioned reporters,
headed by "iron-handed" editors.
With the devoted support of sponsors
Ethel Roosman and Cameron Woods, stu-
dent editors Donna Shapazian and Mar-
vin Baxter were able to put weekly edi-
tions of the Redcat to press. The original
and clear-cut ideas of the editors combin-
ed with the ingenious approach and en-
thusiastic writing of the reporters, result-
ed in another "Blue Ribbon" year for the
With the second semester, three new
editors, Pat Craig, June Stenfort, and
Harold Laloian, headed the staff under
inexperienced but able leadership.
is Roosman helps Janlce Peters and Bonme Kandarian
he business managers of the school paper, with financial
M. Will there he enough money for o Redcat next week?
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Dedcat taff 6 oaks' News to tudents
BAND - BACK ROW: G Krueger, T. Nakamura, G. Sakamoto, E, SECOND ROW' M. Smith, V. Ramirez, C. Henderson, G, Franco, J.
lzfarsamian, F. Schwabcnland, T. Moreno, R. Maycbo, R. Honda, P. Okamura, S. Covazos, C. Robles. V. Sargenti, R. Karle, C. Vela,
Chambers, T. Souza. FOURTH ROW: D. Gibson, J. Haro, C. Rea, S. FRONT ROW. N. Watts, L. Ycramian, W, Krueger, P. Orphan, A.
S. Smith, J. Flores, M. Ray, J. Garner, J. Wise, S. Gilmore, A. Sa- Souza. BANNER CARRIERS: N. Hill, C. Powers. DIRECTOR: Earl
trazian. THIRD ROW: S. E, Smith, J. Wilson, A. Ellis. L. Kudo, A. Powell. DRUM MAJOR: B. Gerber. lNot in picture: M. Franco, R.
Contreras, D. Melia, J. Ramirez, R. Wilson, K. Ellis, D. Pursell. Garcia, J. Heredia, R. Kazarian, M. Santos.l
Band M mbers Manufacture lQh thm
The musical memories of '57 can be largely contributed to the many activities of the Fowler
High School Band. Under the direction of Earl Powell, the band participated in the Fowler Fall Festival
Parade, the Spring Concert, and in the halt-time activities ot the home football games. ln addition to
the home town affairs, the band traveled to Sanger to take part in the Christmas Parade and then to
Reedley tor the Music Festival.
Banner carriers, pep girls, majorettes and the drum major helped in making this musical year
a success for the forty-eight member band.
The band warms up before leading the Fowler Fall Festival parade.
DBIJ and Diril STh il' Goa
MAJORETTES -- Nancy Tartar, Geraldine Moorvartlan, Barbara Price,
YELL LEADERS - Linda Allen, Shir-
ley McGee, Jeaneflo Pabooiran
PEP GIRLS - Dechleece Kunclarian, Vickie Mad-
sen, Denva Price, Karen Hersingcr, Janice Peters,
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ian, Beverly Havens.
PLAY CAST - Menu for ine day A- HAM! BACK ROW: L. Yeramian, C
Sarayberry, M. Montoya, J. Moms, D. Black, V, Krikorian, P. Elm, FRONT
ROW: B. Havens, C. Powers, M. Klnneh mrner, V. Madsen, W. Parker.
THE GREAT BIG DOORSTEP
EVVIE CHOCHET . . . Vick: Madsen
TOPAL CROCHET . . Caryl Powers
MRS. CROCHET . . . June Monis
W ELNA CROCHET . . . Beverly Havens
FLEECE CROCHET . . Virginia Krikorian
ARTHUR CROCHET , . Lee Yerarnian
MR. TOBIN . . . . Paul Elm
COMMADORE . . . . Mal Montoya
MRS. DUPRE . . . . Myrla Kleinhammer
TAYO DELACHOIX ..... Danny Black
DEWEY CROCHET ..... Wayne Parker
MRS. BEAUMONT CROCHET . . Charlotte Sprayberry
DIRECTOR ...... Minor Rootes
Heroine Vickie Madsen tries to restrain hero
Paul Elm as villain Dan Black iaunfs him fo
Drama Class Dresents eiihe Great Big Doorstep"
The Contmentals sing their way into the limelight with Bacon
JUNIOR ESCAPADES CAST BACK ROW T Easter P Burns P Mar
shall, L.. Marshall, M. Easter, K. Ellis, S, Smith, D. Peterson, C, Spray-
berry, V. Simpson, L. Allen, M. Jones, M. Montoya, P. Craig, M. Robin-
son, T. Munoz, G. Dykes, E. Battle, V. Madsen, R. Kazarian, N. Tartar.
N. Watts, J. Monis, R. Kazarian, L. Young, M. Square, M. Butler.
FRONT ROW: G. Sakamoto, i.. Yeramian, M. Ray, J. Carter, W. Parker,
E. Cowings, P. Orphan, R. Ahronian, H. Laloian, B. Robinson, F. Ward.
iNot in picture - B. Kandarian, D. Clay, T. Monis, M. Naiarianl
The fabulous Junior Escapades, under the direc-
tion of Minor Rootes, provided a rolicking evening of en-
joyment tor the community and the students of Fowler
The program consisted of a wide variety of musi-
cal and comedy productions. A special added attraction
was the return of crooner Don Clay, a former student
and singing sensation at Fowler High.
The program delighted the public, won acclaim
tor its participants, and greatly boosted the junior class
Barbara Blayney gives forth with
sweet notes at the Junior Escapades.
uniors Dresent alent Escanades
IRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Michikc Komaki, secretaryp Caryl Powers, senior coun'
lor Mrs. Elva Ehrlich, sponsor, Joyce Toyoda, freshman councilor, FRONT ROW: Jeanette Pabooi-
in vice president, Nora Hill, president: Carol Holland treasurer, Pat Craig, junior councilor, Ber-
ce Hiyama, sophomore Councilor.
fun, fellowshin Gained by Girls' ea ue
The Girls' League has completed many activities this school year. Under the able leadership
of Nora Hill, president, Mrs. Elva Ehrlich, sponsor, and the guiding hand of the executive council, it
has helped fill this year's chest of delightful memories. .
Twirp Season began the year's activities and brought out the aggressive instincts of the femi-
Blossom Day saw the girls blooming with lovely spring fashions. Mayfair, with the theme,
"Blues in the Night," marked a dramatic ending ofa gay, whirlwind year.
The main hall will glow and sparkle when Joyce Feaver,
Thelma Ueki, and Joyce Okamura put the finishing touches on
this lovely Girls' League Christmas tree. MAYFAIR CHAIRMEN - BACK ROW: Joyce Toyoda
Michiko Komaki, Donna Shapazian, Pat Craig, Beverl
Honor Grouns Enrich the ind
A good deal of active gray matter is needed to
quality students as members ofthe California Scho-
larship Federation or the Quill and Scroll, honor so-
cieties at Fowler l-ligh.
A weekend trip to San Francisco in early spring
was the high point for C.S.F'ers this year. They also
had several dinner parties and conferences. Mem-
bers of the organizations ore students above over-
age in their extra-curicular and academic work.
Quill and Scroll members must be in the upper
third of their class and be active members ot the
Redcat or Litoria Stott. The club members attend-
ed various press conferences and ended the year
with a spring picnic.
Luella Sinner and Donna Shapaz
CSF - BACK ROW: D. Gibson, J, Toyoda, A.
Ellis, A. Fuqua, B. Goble, G. Nakaguchi, lst
sem. vice pres.j 2nd sem. treas.g E. Sarkisian,
lst sem. pres., M. Najarian, l., Ramirez, T.
Gong, T, Nakamura, 2nd sem. vice pres.
THIRD ROW: D. Shapazian, C. Ho'land, L.
McGloughlin, J. Paboojian, L. Sinner, C. Hen-
derson, lst sem. sec.: J. Stenfort, S. Smith, J.
l-lorii, V, Krikorian. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kraus--
er, iponsorj J. Okamura, 2nd sem. sec.: M. K0-
maki, M. Tokubo, F. Fuiikawa, M. Nakamura,
N. Nakamura, 'l', Ueki, L, Kuda, lst and 2nd
sem. social chairman, A. Tcniguchi, lst sem.
treasurer: S. Tokubo, Mr. Patino, sponsor.
FRONT ROW: B. Hiyama, H, Lalaian, R. Fu-
iikawa, R. Ahronian, 2nd sem. pres., S. Stairs,
G, Goshgjarian. CNot in picture: H. Nakaguchil
"Hurry, will you? I'm starved!" These are
Some of the more prominent exfamufions
heard ut this semi-annual CSF dinner.
' - . . ' QUILL AND SCROLL -- BACK ROW: Miss Roosman, sponsor, K l-lei inger M. Na'
:IZ Sfslliw' al:::WE:gHf::'Zugl:ingopnes of M, Baxter, B. Price, L. Ramirez, P Craig, D. Ramirez, L. Sinner, J.SMonis, Mr. Vllcdroglg
9 ' sponsor. FRONT ROW: L. Eubanks, B, Kandorian, J. Peters, D, Shapazion, T. Gong.
TRI-HI-Y - BACK ROW: L Eubanks, N. Tartar, L. Sanchez, C.
Castillo, J. York, A. Souza, B. Price, S McGee, L. Kuda, K. Hel
singer, P. Cox, E. Means, J. lshkanian, sec., J. Peters, M. Klien
hammer. THIRD ROW: W. Anderson N. McGee, J. Monis, sgt.-at-
arms, D. Johnson, B. Kandarian, C. Powers, vice pres., N. Hill, J
Wise, E. Schwabenland, N. Gonzalves, B. Maxwell, V. Sargenti, P.
Burns, P. Turpin, Mrs. Ehrlich, sponsor, L. Young, M. Brandon, C
Vucovich, M. Dykes, M, Robinson, SECOND ROW: E. Garcia, T.
Easter, L. McGlaughIin, G. Boyer, P, Craig, D. Kandarian, V, Del-
gado, J. Takahashi, D. Shapazian, R. Guerra, K. Valdez, l.. King.
FRONT ROW: L. Sinner, L. Allen, G Moorvartian, J. Pabooiian, C.
Holland, pres., V. Krikorian, treas., L, Franco, G. Franco, M. Ko-
maki, W. Laurence, C. Thuesen, D. Price, J. Johnson. tNot in pic!
ture: K Ellis, chaplainl
y-Girl lubs Deve 0 Character
The Fowler Union High "Y" clubs under the successful leadership ot Carol Holland and Ron-
ald Kazarian completed a very gratifying year. Miss Alice Blayney, Mrs, Elva Ehrlich, and Mr. Lettord
Huntley have had the pleasure of sponsoring the Tri-Hi-Y and I-li-Y respectively.
These clubs, consisting at the largest membership in the school, have completed many activi-
ties. Potluclf. meetings, service activities tor the Nutritional Home, a Mother-Daughter Tea and many
recreational evenings have completed their motto ot Pure Thoughts' Pure Wordsl Pure Actiansl
Everyone waits patiently tor his turn at thc
food counter at o Tri-Hi-Y - Hi-Y potluck.
HI-Y - BACK ROW M. Montoya, M. Franco, W. Parker, J. Carter, J
Kahalan, E. Griffin. MIDDLE ROW: L. Huntley, sponsor, G, Hama, J. Monis
E Cowings J Valde B. Nix, M. Jones, A. Rodriguez. FRONT ROW: G
Kazarlan D Peters R Kazarian, pres., D. Peters, R. Smith, L. Ramirez
tNot in picture M Kazarian, vice pres., P, Mason, Treas., M. Baxtenl
udio-Visual hines with ' echnicolor'
AV CLUB - BACK ROW: R.
Mirgian, pres., H. Horil, P. Whit-
tonberg. A. Kamikowa, M, Har-
lan, T. Simonion, G. Nakaguchi,
-vice. pres., M. Najoriari G,
Whitely, MIDDLE ROW: Mr,
Krauser, sponsor, T. Nakamura,
D. Merigian, N, Nakamura,
treas., C. Henderson, J. Stenfort,
D. Wright, J. Hoien, prog. ch.,
Mr. Patino, sponsor. FRONT
ROW: M. Miyasaki, T, Ueki, J.
Horii, sec., J. Nakagawa, F. Fu-
iikawa, M. Takubo, L. Kuda.
lNot in picture: M. Nakamural
"Service through knowledge and training, education
through proper use of Audio Visual techniques" is the toun-
dation upon which the Audio Visual Club has been built to its
present towering state. With the vital training the AV mem-
bers receive, they are able to operate any audio or visual train-
ing aid at Fowler High.
However, the club does not spend all its time on train-
ing and practice. Their many other activities consist ot pro-
viding entertainment in the form of movies for the students,
monthly recreation nights, various other concessions, and an
annual weekend trip to their Morro Bay hideout.
Above: John Hoien instructs Doi
Wright in the operation of the new
' Lett: Alden Kamikowa and Jane Nakagawa od-
mlre the originality and prize winning features of
the AV Christmas door.
These FFA boys look as though they could think
of better ways lo celebrate Fowler Fal. Festival.
This big sheep went to the fair and won for Merle
Johnson proud recognition.
farmin utur s Goal of FFA
"To develop competent, aggressive, rural agricultural leadership" is the aim ot all the mem-
bers of the Fowler Chapter of the Future Farmers of America.
Under the direction ot Mr. Stanton and the leadership of President Jack Reed, the club has
jumped one step nearer to their goal.
Participating in livestock shows in the Fresno and Chowchilla Fairs, working on chapter pro-
jects in the school vineyard, and choosing livestock judging teams to participate in meets have kept
the members busy.
A successful dance and banquet highlighted the club's social year.
FFA - BACK ROW: G. Milasich, D. Blair, J. Galvan, R. Sherman, B. Frvdcl:, D. Peters, D. Black, T.
Nalian, F. Ward, M. Franco, Mr. Stanton, sponsor. MIDDLE ROW: G. Scheppegreil, trcas.g K. Winters,
sec, R. Scott, sentinel: J. Reed, pres, J, Fuqua, vice presq W. Laurent, R. Smith. FRONT ROW. M.
Johnson, R. Rebensdort, T. Souza, reporter, C. Rogers, C. Johnson, G. Smith, R. Pendergrass. fNot
in picture: J. Carrion, P. Elm, F. Galvan, Jerry Galvon, D. Jones, R. Petr1lIi.l
New Horizons Dvertaken IJ HA
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FHA - BACK ROW: G, Moorvartian, N, Tartor, program chr,, P, Schwabcnland. SECOND ROW: J. Peters, D. Shapazian, J. York, A
Craig, N. Hill, C. Powers, N, Nakamura, Pres., T. Ueki, Vice Pres., Souza, E. Garcia, H. Arasuna, S, McGee, L. Sinner, L. Eubanks, K
L. Sanchez, G. Garcia, E. Aubuchon, P, Turpin, E, Means, P. Cox, Heisinger, J, Wise, V, Sargenti. FRONT ROW: V, Krikorian, L. Allen
S. Cavazos, THlRD RCW' Miss Dervishian, sponsor, D. Johnson, D. G Boyer, L, McGiaughlin, G. Kasparian, J. Pabooiian, J. Monis, C
Kandarian, B. Havens, K. Valdez, D. Mooneyham, S. Smith, J. Na- Holland, L. Franco.
kagawa, sc-c,, M. Miyasaki, treas., C. Romero, N, Gonzalves, E.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Agnes Dervishian, the Future Homemakers of America have
completed a successful year.
The FHA motto is "Toward New Horizons". To promote a growing appreciation of the joys
and satisfactions of hornemaking is the purpose of the organization,
Activities carried on during the year include cake sales and a candy apple sale. The club
visited the Nutritional Home, held a candlelight ceremony, and participated in a Mayfair concession.
o Create, Beautif s Artists' Goal
Following the motto "to Create", the Art Club, under the direction of Mr. Farhad Moezzi, has
completed a most eventful year. To promote a grrowing interest in Art is the purpose of the club.
Highlighted activities carried on during the year were an after game dance, a basketball con-
cession, a Valentine Dance and a Mayfair concession,
ART CLUB - BACK ROW: S. Banks, P. Cox, A. Souza, M, Franco, J. R- h d N k h- d J h '
York, B. Havens, T, Ueki, J. Peters, sec.-treas., J. Reed. MIDDLE ROW: ,un :fofron 3 t:3::e:na2cuIp:u:1e Krxggtlgr
K. Winters, J. Ishkanian, E Schwabenland C Sprayberry B Kandar- '
ian, V. Madsen, V, Delgado, Mr. NToezzi,l sponsor. FRONT AROW: G, Piece'
AA,-trxvrrrn-Cin,-1 YW Cl-mann-'IAQ kl LIIII ...-A, I lA....I.. I ll-l.-'-. AA
BACK ROW: R. Garcia, M
X qua. T H I R D ROW: Mr
Woods, sponsor, D. Mirigian
R. Shapazian, M. Kazorian
SECOND ROW: K. Helslngcr
Horii, C. Henderson, T, Ueki.
fora, C. Powers, G. Galvan,
The Knights and Ladies club, a service organization
at Fowler High, works hard at keeping the halls and
cafeteria in good order. By putting the club under the
leadership of two Executive Council members, the Com-
missioner ot Safety and the Commissioner of Welfare, it
became more closely connected with the student govern-
During this busy year, the Senior Scouts made great
advancement. Among their memories was the profitable
and pleasant Lullaby Babysitting Service which helped
finance their projects and activities.
This enabled them to purchase a large mirror for
the girls' rest room. Also, troop representatives attended
several Conferences throughout the year.
Knight Melvin Nniarian slows the hun-
gry mob during u "mod" lunch hour.
tud nt Groups G adl erve
SENIOR SCOUTS - BACK how: J
Horii, J. Feavcr, J. Tayoda, G. Fran-
co, K. Valdez, V. Madsen, B. Blay-
ney, Miss Dervishian, sponsor. MID-
DLE ROW: K, Omland, T. Nielson,
secretary, S. Nahigian, B. Goble, C
Sprayberry, B. Byrd, H. Arasuna.
FRONT ROW: L. Ikeda, M. Bran-
don, J. Stenfort, C. Henderson. pres.
A. Taniguchi, vice pres., B. Hiya-
ma, treas.j J. Takahashi, J. Oka-
KNIGHTS AND LADIES -
Naiarian, J. l-loien, J, Fu-
R smim, B. Price, M. Bax-
ter, E. Sarkisian, R. Orozco.
L. Kuda, G. Moorvartian, Ji
lshkcnian, J. Paboojian, J.
FRONT ROW: P. Cox, D. Gib-
I3 A Fosters Commercial Droeress
FBLA - BACK ROW: D, Gibson, Pres., M. Komaki, Vice Pres., J. Takahashi, G. Fran
co, H. Rodriguez, D. Purseil, N. Easter, J. Wison, F. Adargas, I. Carmona J. Garcia
A. Contreras, Mr. Converse, Sponsor. MIDDLE ROW: L. Eubanks, D Johnson N Tar:-
tar, L. McGlaughlin, sec.: T. Easter, G. Moorvartian, Pr, Ch., G. Garcia, B., Kandar
ian, C. Sprayberr V. Del ad . FRONT ROW '
y, g o : D. Kandarian, P. Craig, G. Boyer, vi
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ri orian, reas, L.. Franco, M. Naiarian. tNot in picture. D. Peterson, G. Scheppe
grell, J. Garcia, M. Heredia, C, Carrnana, V. Simpsonl
wry Q ,JE
FBLA members aren't demonstrating future
business ideas, but they do show excellent
taste in decorating the first-prize winning
The FBLA, Future Business Leaders of America is now in its second year of existance at Fow-
ler Hi and climbing fast toward towering achievement. The hard working members of the FBLA are
learning to develop competent business leadership.
During the year the tycoons have undertaken several protects, the biggest being providing the
managing and sales staff for the forthcoming student store.
GAC Aeeelerates rtsmanshin
The Girls' Athletic Club, with th
e motto "Sportsmanship" has sponsored the girls' intromu l
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program. This is a large job which includes organizing games, promoting interest, and keeping rec-
ords of the results.
The purpose of the GAC is to promote a more general interest in sports, to develop an under-
standing of true sportsmanship, and to encourage girls to have a wide circle of interest.
GAC - BACK ROW: H. Rodriquez, M
Komaki, sec., S, McGee, K. Heisinger,
J. Pabooyian, D. Shapazian, C, Holland,
L. Sinner, Miss Bernstein, sponsor
FRONT ROW: L. Kuda, G. Moorvartian
L. Allen, J. Peters, pres.: J. Monis
treas., C. Powers, sec., N. Nakamura
T Ueki, vice pres. KNot in Picture 7 G
Kasoarion, N. HiII.l
ing Sec., N. Hill, J. Moriis, Treasg K. Heis-
inger, J. Pabooiian, S. McGee, M. Komaki
FRONT ROW: C. Holland, J. Peters, Pres.,
G. Kasparian, G. Moorvartian, T. Ueki,
Vice Pres., N. Nakamura. L. Sinner.
High point girls occupy the place of
honor in Circle F. C. Powers, L. Sinner, L.
Kudo, K. Heisingcr.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Da-
vis, Miss Bernstein, and Mr. 'Pereria
the Circle F and Block F have complet-
ed another successful year.
To become a member ot the Circle
F a girl must earn lOO points through
the intramural activities and also must
be a member ot GAC.
To become a Block F member a
boy must obtain a Varsity letter in
any ot the leading interschool competi-
Both organizations a r e honor
groups developed for the encourage-
ment ot athletic activities at Fowler
Outstanding football and basketball players pictured
above are: Back row: M. Montoya, J. Monis. Front row:
E. Cowings, F. Smith, R .Poindexter.
BLOCK F - BACK ROW: M. Franco, R. Scott, D, Ramirez, M. Na-
iarian. THIRD ROW: E. Cowings, B. Lucero, M. Baxter, J. Kahaian,
M. Montoya, M. Jones, J. Monis, F. Smith, P. Cox, J. Gcilvan, J.
Pereria, sponsor. SECOND ROW: A. Blancas, B. Orosco, D. Peters,
D. Wright, R. Nakaguchi, J. Hoien, R. Namba, R. Mirigicin. FRONT
ROW: B. Deatherage, E, Arasuna, R. Poindexter, Pres., E. Battle,
Vice Pres. tNot in picture: B. Robinson.J
CIRCLE F - BACK ROW: L. Kuda, D.
Shapazian, L. Allen, C. Powers, Record-
Sec.g H. Rodriquez, Miss Davis, sponsorl
M. Ray, R Brummeft, B. Jackson, B. Moreno, J. San-
ders, P. Cox, R. Pisor, and J. Quiniero learn that the arf
of self-defense must be known in order to odd to a soIdier's
A sharp color guard proudly displays the colors.
Cadet Corn S 6 nit and olished'
' '... eeny-meeny-miny-mo, let's go back and count some mo' P- Sound Offl . . ." This
familiar ringing cadence pierces the early morning silence as Company A, Battalion 66, California
Cadet Corp, moves out for another regular morning drill. But marching is only a small port of the
well-disiplined Cadet life. Under the able supervision of Captain Cliff Weymouth, classes are con-
ducted in true military fashion by the company officers and non-commissioned officers. These classes,
which are planned and prepared by the cadet instructors, include rifle marksmanship, first-aid in-
struction, map reading, small unit tactics, cover and concealment of the soldier, and scores of others
- all designed to develop and teach leadership qualities as well as to prepare the cadet for military
Commissioned officers of the rifle company are lst Lieutenant Mel Najarian and 2nd Lieu-
tenant Dean Gibson. First Sergeant Paul Cox is the company sergeant.
Due to the resignation of Lieutenant Poole in the earlier part of the year, Captain Cliff Wey-
mouth was assigned to the Fowler Unit.
CALIFORNIA CADET CORP COMPANY A - BN. 66 - BACK ROW: Preddi. FRONT ROW: Lt, Poole, Second Lt, D. Gibson, A. Hughey
R, Brummett, T. Simonean, R. Pisor, E. Warner, B. Taylor, P. Cham. L. Harris, T. Kerby, G. Pierce, B. Jackson, M. Barker, M, Roy J
bers, B. Jensen. MlDlJL.L ROW: Sgt. P. Cox, Sgt. J. Sanders, R. Qiiintero, First Lt. M. Naiarian, l
Scott, G. Cornell, R. Mavebo, R. Honda, B. Morrill, R. Moreno, B.
lub Acti ities Film d for M mories
l.-Scholars decorate the CSF Christmas door, 4.-Vickie Madsen gives Melvin Kazarian first prize for his
2.-Carmel candied apples offer a new but pleasing delicacy. most original and appropriate Blossom Day costume.
3.-This FBLA car is beautifully decorated inside as well as 5.-Lovely Japanese maidens display their talents in a native
out. dance much to the delight of the Blossom Day audience.
6.-Blossom Day winners proudly model their spring creations.
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lt's the end of the game,
And the crowd has gone
But the thrill ond the glory
Still linger on.
Fiehtine Varsity Eleven Takes' Cut 3, Loses I
VARSITY TEAM -' BACK ROW: Coach J. Pereira, M. Cruz, R. Scott, J. Monis, J. Kahaian, M. Montoya, M Baxter, E. Barsamian, R. Lu-
F. Smith, D, Wright, B. Orozco, J. Hoien, M. Franco, R. Poindexter, cero G. Vvhitely, Manager G. Nakaguchi. FRONT ROW: Manager
I, Quintero, J. Galvan, E. Griffen, E. Cowings, B. Jensen, Coach M. H. Horii, J. Maxwell, M. Rav, T. Nalian, R. Nambe, D. Peters, E.
Rootes, MIDDLE ROW: J. Valdez, B. l.aikam, C, Robinson, E. Battle, Arasuna, A. Blancas, l-l Subia, J. Fuqua.
Starting the season with a bang, the Redcats triumphed over league rivals, Lemoore, 34-13,
Coalinga, I9-l-4, and Kerman, 33-l2. Then in the clincher, the Kingsburg Vikings used speed to
defeat the hard fighting Fowler team, 33-7.
The forward wall of the Fowler eleven was very tough throughout the season as they held
high scoring Sanger to a l4-6 defeat, shut out Parlier, l9-Og knocked over Selma, l3-6, and tore-up
Coaches John Pereira and Minor Rootes did a commendable job as they steered a team into
second place, which in the early season was predicted to end in the cellar.
Star quarterback Joe Monis makes an
initial tackle in stopping a Coalinga drive.
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Fowler's Redcots, led by Everett Cowings, grabbed
second place in the South Shasta League with a record
of six wins and two losses.
The Redcat's sweetest victories were over Kings-
burg, 66-64, and Lemoore, 67-64, however, their two
losses were to the some teams.
Cowings took high scoring honors in the league with
a total of l57 points for a better than l9 points per
game average. ln all games he scored 283 points.
Joe Monis and Esaw Battle came in behind Cowings
in scoring, Guards Marcus Jones and Bob Decitherage
did commendable jobs in backing up the forwards. Bat-
tle and Deatherage were elected co-captains by their
I-lustllne lledcat Varslt
FGWLER 51 .
K l NGSBURG 62
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fches action in the Coolinga B game.
B TEAM -- BACK ROW: K. Paboojian, mgr., T. Gong, F, Hashimo- Weymouth, FRONT ROW: P. Cox, S. Tokubo, J. Fl0res, D. Martinez,
to, J. Garner, D. Barnes, E. Vargas, B Alfaro, B. Robinson, Coach A. Rodriguez.
Fast Moving l3's Drovide Thrilling Games
Fowler's fast breaking Kittens closed the l956-57 season ending in tourth place in the South
Shasta League with a record ot three wins and tive losses.
Although the Kittens didn't place high in the league, they thrilled the crowd with some
spectacular plays. During the season they won two games by two points and tour points and lost five
games by small margins ranging from one to six points.
Fowler was coached under the new supervision of Mr. Weymouth, who did a fine job tor his
The "B" team was paced by Ben Alfaro who netted a total ot l65 points in I5 games and
C. B. Robinson who collected l48 points in l4 games. Altaro was chosen captain by his teammates.
FOWLER 45 . , KINGSBURG 3l FOWLER 38 . . . KINGSBURG 46
FOWLER 55 . COALINGA 39 FOWLER 44 . . . COALINGA 45
FOWLER 39 . . LEMOORE 50 FOWLER 44 . . . LEMOORE 56
FOWLER 38 . . KERMAN 34 FOWLER 34 . , . KERMAN 39
Eddie Vargas lays in two points on a fast break in the Co
Fiehtine 609 Men Take League Iecond
Up they go to try to capture the rebound and score two - Coach Huntley describes ci "sure-fire" offensive play to his
'1"0"C' P0'f'.f5 for the h0f F0W'ef .H'9h feam- -- Tod NCIKOMUYG, first string players -- Tad Nakamura, Shigeru Tokubo, Tom
Gary Frazier, Raymond Stark, Shlgeru Tokubo Tom Gong. Gang, Ggyy Frazier, R ymond sqm-k,
After winning three championships and two
co-championships in the last five years, this Fow-
ler High's C team, coached by Lettorcl Huntley,
wound up in second place behind Lemoore.
Torn Gong was the big gun on offense
throughout the season. Tad Nakamura and Shig
Tokubo were the rnainstays on defense.
There was no D league this year, but there
were four practice games, Fowler winning two
and losing two.
. . . . LEMGORE 24
, . . . COALINGA I9
. . . . KERMAN l4
. . . . KINGSBURG 4
a cher erry Gaivan makes a good stop as Bob Dea
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for the next pitc .
Starting pitcher Dan Ramirez winds up I f
his fast bail.
Varsity Nine Cons Co-Chamnionshin
For the first time since i952 the Fowler Redcats have put out a championship team. Much
of the Redcat's success came from their heavy hitting paced by Bob Deatherage.
The pitching chores were handled by Dan Ramirez, Frank Hashimoto, and Ron Nakaguchi.
This year's team had tive seniors, four juniors, and three sophomores.
CENTRAL 8 .... FOWLER
SELMA 8 .... FOWLER
SANGER 3 .... FOWLER
" KINGSBURG 3 .... FOWLER
CENTRAL 2 .... FOWLER
ii COALINGA 3 .... FOWLER
'WASHINGTON 9 .... FOWLER
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B ttl R K ' T S
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a e . azcsrian, B. Deatherage, L. Ra
keeper. FRONT ROW: F. Hashimoto, B Rabi
LEMOORE 8 , . . FOWLER 9
KERMAN 3 . . . FOWLER 5
KTNGSBURG 5 . . . FOWLER ii
COALINGA 5 . . . FOWLER 23
LATON O . . . FOWLER I3
LEMOORE i . . . FOWLER 4
KERMAN O .... FOWLER 7
azarian, G. Sheppegreli. J. Galvan, R Nakaguchi, R. Pisor, ma
J. V. 6l3alIhawks' fly Hieh
For the third time in the last four years
the Fowler Junior Varsity ended up near the
top of the league, this time sharingcoechamp-
ionship. The possibilities of grabbing the
league title were good, but two losses to Coa-
linga foiled the J.V.'s fighting efforts.
Coach Minor Rootes fielded an inexperi-
enced team with only two juniorsg the rest
were freshmen and sophomores.
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J.V. TEAM - BACk ROW: J, Garner, managerg F. Galvon, Goble, Coach Rootes, P. Whittenburg, Manager. FRONT ROW: R. Stark
G. Nakaguchi, J. Carter, B. Nlix, R. Mayebo, H. Horii, D. Martinez, Cain, R. Honda, V. Bedrosian, J. Golvan, D. Merigian, S. Tok b
John Galvan slides into Barry Nix at home plate, as Jim
C ler looks on. Carter strikes out with bases loaded.
VARSITY TRACK - BACK ROW: A. Blancas, R. Orozco, M, Ray, Coach Clifford Weymouth, J. Rameriz, Coach Alfred Leal.
E. Cowings, F. Ward, A. Safrazian, D. Murietta. FRONT ROW:
Varsity illindermen' Take Individual Honors
Though severely handicapped by the lack of adequate participants, the Varsity squad, un-
der the leadership of high point man Everett Cowings, staged a laudable campaign.
"Point-getter" Cowings whittled his 440 time down to a mere 51.2 second jaunt to break sev-
, eral records. Other ardent supporters were Alex Safrasian on the hurdles, Mack Ray doing the 440,
Frank Ward running the 880, backed by Murrieta. Weightmen for the team were Robert Orozco
and Alfred Blancas.
A class hurdler, Alex Safrazian shows determina- '
tion as he steps over a low hurdle during a practice ses. Varsity quarter miler, Everett Cowings rounds th!
sion. final turn on his way to a 51 flat 440.
I3 6 oint13etters' how innin erm
FowIer's record breaking "B" class relay
team warm up during practice so that they
may live up to the slogan ot "the fastest in
Denying Samson's belief of strength lies in one's hair, Alfred Rodriquez
and Dan Martinez grit their teeth and get set to give the B class 'IO lbs.
shot the heave hoe.
The hustling Kittens have had a season which is
nothing less than tremendous. Led by "point getters"
Marvin Baxter, Jack Bedrosian, Alfred Rodriquez, and
Bob Jackson, these determined "thin-cladS" have chalk-
ed up records all over the valley.
Such times as Baxter's l0O in lO.3 and 20.0 in
the 200, Rodriguez' l36.5 ft. toss, Jaclcson's 2.04 in the
880, and the relay time of 44.6 show why they have
swept so many meets. ln the high jump, Jackson's
jump of 5'9" is amazing considering he is only 5'5" tall.
All prospects show a most successful season in store for
the track and weightmen.
B TEAM - BACK ROW: Coach Clifford Weymouth, R. Smith, P. Cox, S.
Stairs, P. Mason, M. Baxter, J. Bedrosian, Coach Afred Leal. FRONT ROW: B.
Alfaro, A. Rodriquez, B. Moreno, T. Thompson, D. Martinez.
Kitten Thin Clads Ihine
C TEAM - BACK ROW: S. Tokubo, G. Hamp, R. Kazarian, L. Har- fred Leal, R. Pisor, Coach Clifford Weymouth,
ris, G. Frazier, T. Nakamura, A. Vargas. FRONT ROW: Coach Al-
Though hampered by injuries and lack of participants, the C spike men are fighting their
Led by 14.2 seconds record holder ShigeruTokubo in the low hurdles, and backed by Lee
Harris doing the broadjump, 75, and 120, Gerald Hamp, Tad Nakamura and Eddie Vargas running
the "wicked" 660, and weightman Gary Frazier, the "C" class cindermen are working feverishly to
prove their worth.
'rig Tokubo and Gary Frazier skin over the 120 yard low hur-
neck to neck.
Tom Gong sfoops fo make a fast pick up while Louise Helen Rodriquez and Michiko Komoki show Bernice
Kuda stands guard at the net. Hiyoma their "game winning" forehand grip.
1957 TENNIS SCHEDULE
March 22 - Coalinga, Won O Lost 9
April 5 - Lemoore Won 5 Lost 4
April 9 -Y Kerman. Won 6 Lost 3
April l2 4 Kingsburg. Won 3 Lost 6
TENNIS TEAM - BACK ROW: R. Ah-
ronian, D, Burnside, J. Hoien, G. White-
ly, J. Maxwell, H. Lalaian, T. Gong, L.
Sinner, H, Rodriquez. FRONT ROW: J.
Stenfort, A. Taniguchi, A. Fujikawa, B.
l-liyama, L. Kuda. M. Komaki, M. Mi-
Fowler "racketeers" experienced rough and rugged competition in league play. Being a green
team with only two returning lettermen, the tennis team finished its round of matches on the third
rung ot the league ladder.
However, in the divisional meet, when the team will be broken into individual units, it is ex-
pected that Fowler netters will again take home top honors.
The team has surely gained ten fold in valuable experience what it lost in actual play.
Treasured Wins Temnt ennis eam
SWIMMING TEAM - BACK ROW:
N. Brown, D. Martinez, L White, G.
Muller, J. Gibson, V. Simpson, A.
Ellis. S. Bank, E. Aubuchon, Mr.
Huntley, coach. MIDDLE ROW: E.
Mathews, T. Simonian, L. Fujii, B.
Maxwell, B. Blayney,-J. Pabooiian,
C, Powers, P. Turpin, M. Kleinham-
mer, D, Maul, J. Soghomonian,
FRONT ROW: R. Fuiikawa, R. Mi-
riqian, M. Montoya, D. Wright, F.
Smith, E. Griffin, R. Sherman, D.
Green, S. Weinberg, D. Peters, R.
Iwimmine Cats Iubmeme to Canture Honors
Demonstrating perfect form, Fred Smith opens
up for a plain front dive as Mal Montoya watches
Relaxing while they learn, swimmers diligently
watch a demonstration on the tar side of the
1957 SWIMMING SCHEDULE
- Fowler, Coolinga, Lemoore at Coolin-
- Selmo, Kingsburg, Fowler at Fowler
- Inter-class Meet
- Dinuba at Fowler
- Fowler ot Lindsay
- Dos Palos at Fowler
- League Final ot Lemoore
- Divisional Final
- Chowchilla - Small School Final
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Many fun-filled ocfivifies ore recalled to mind,
These moments sholl soon from the present disoppeor
But in our heorts they'll remoin forever enshrined.
ACTI ITI EI
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An uncertain future is displayed by
the Junior-Senior classes. Driving the car
is Jack Reed and riding on the platform
is Dick Mirigian.
First place winner, Frosh-Saph float,
depicts primitive and modern scenes of
home life. Those riding the tloat are Rich-
ard Maul, Nita McGee, Janice Takahashi,
and Eugene Mathews.
Her maiesty shares the spotlight with
her seven lovely attendants and tiny crown
bearer. Lett to right: Queen DeeNeece
Kandarian, Debra Hiroka, Beverly Havens,
Denva Price, Linda Allen, Ann Fuqua,
Paula Cox, Karen Omland, and Vicki Mad-
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1.-A slave for every chore and every occasion. Name your 3.-Papa Gilbert and Mama Sarkisian debate as to what price
price. they should accept for their services.
2,-Selling such an odd specimen as Nick Watts is even a hard 4.-These two lovely iunior girls, Pat Craig, Jeanette Pabooiian,
iob tor auctioneer Gary Kazarian. would bring a high price on any slave market.
uniors II avesT Ea e u ers
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'l.-Queen Anne Souza reigns supreme: attendants Carolyn Hender- talgic, sentimental mood
son, Ann Fuqua, Thelma Ueki, and Vickie Madsen compose her 4.-New student body officers centainly have no "Blues in the
lovely court. Night" as they happily step forward to be sworn into their
2.-The theme, "Blues in the Night," prevails as Bonnie Kandar- offices.
ian performs her best.
5.-Queen Anne dances with her favorite knight, Manuel Franco.
3.-Nancy Tartar sings about moonlight in Vermont to set a nos-
Casu I Uses Caught by Ca era
'l.-Popcorn should do a booming business with such two lovc- 3-The newly organized traffic court takes time out from its
ly salesgirls. rigid schedule to pose for the camera.
2.-These student poets, whose works appeared in the National 4.-Basketball rooters, in every countenance imaginable, are
Anthology of High School Poetry, proudly occupy thc liter. caught by the candid camera.
ary sect of honor. S.--Fun and high spirited Miss Joon Davis takes over girls
P.E. much to Fowler High's feminine delight.
Here's the long and Short of it
To be sure you make ends meet?
Pafronize the men who now
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Steel Construction of All Types
4291 South Highway 99
ANDY YERAM M Mile South at Malaga
Telephone AMherst 4-6392 Fresno, California
"Does it gioe you energy?" asked exhausted
Barbara Price and Karen Heisinger as Mr.
Giiasham shows them a bottle of vitzmiin
127 East Merced Street
ROLAND AND GLADYS GRlSHAM
Good Luck Seniors
junior, Sophs, and Frosh
See You Next Year
Phone TEmpIe 4-2812
120 N. 4th Street
"Where The Wise Economize"
LEE JOHNSON, Prop.
Corner Merced and 6th Street
Phone TErnple 4-3213 Fowler
FAYE'S BARBER SHOP
Two Barbers To Serve You
107 E. Merced TEmple 4-2772
Meats - Groceries
1 18 So. 8th Street
Phone TEmpIe 4-2807 Fowler
We know your graduation is the first step toward
success and o happy ond useful life. Our sincere best
wishes in ull of your future endeavors.
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WM. J. MUENZER, Editor cmd Publisher
ll5 N. Sixth Street FQWLER
Telephone TEmple 4-2535
Congratulations to the Class of '57
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Telephone ADams 7-6191 MAI-AGA, CALIFORNIA
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Cameras and Equipment
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HOLLENBECK-BUSH PLANING MILL CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Windows - Doors - Mouldings - and General Mill Work
Phone AMherst 6-9566 Fresno, California
FRESNO OFFICE LOU BERKSON
MACHINE CO. Bach - Martin
Your Typewriter Headquarters Slingerland H- Ludwig Drums
All Makes and Models
NEW - USED - TERMS
HIGH GRADE REPAIRS
660 Van Ness Ave. Phone AMherst 4-4667
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA 2519 Tulare Sf. Fresno, California
Utility Trailer Sales Co.
"Service ls Our Motto"
Corner of Orange and Railroad Avenues
Fowler Lumber Co.
LUMBER - HARDWARE - PAINTS
Phone TEmple 4-2415 7th and Merced
With such a large selection of paints, Daniel
Ramirez and Ra? Namba find it difficult to
decide what co ors make the finest color
Congratulations to the Class of '57
Your Ford Tractor Dealer
1940 H Street Phone AMherst 6-0785
FOWLER - FRESNO
SPORTS EQUIPMENT CO.
Agent for A. G. Spalding 8. Bros.
1424 Fulton St. Phone AMherst 4-5585
"Home of the West Coast Relays"
JORGENSEN AND CO.
Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hoses,
Reels, and Nozzles
818 Broadway Phone AMherst 8-6241
Good Luck to the Seniors
SAN JOAQUIN PAPER AND
BYRON B. HALLER
HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA A
Telephone TEmple 4-3211
LEN'S MOBIL SERVICE
Telephone TEmple 4-2531 GUS -I oil -T TiI'GS
Fowler, California ccessones
Phone TEmple 4-9015 Fowler
Spic And Span Cafe
Highway 99 Phone TEmple 4-9091
Komoto Department Store
Proprietor, Kon Komoto
Telephone ADams 7-6688
1528-1536 Kern Street
Kamikawa Food Store
Groceries - Meats - Vegetables
139 So. Seventh Street Phone TEmple 4-3319
Merced ond Seventh
Tom Gong and Harold Laloian find it hm-cl
to choose the most necessary school supplies
from such a large selection.
Ten Cent Store
School Supplies - Candies
Telephone TEmple 4-3512
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220 East Adams TE I
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ACE SERVICE INCORPORATED
Complimenfs gf Farm Tractor Tire Headquarters
Broodwoy ond Ventura Phone AMherst 8-531 l
9 FRESNO, CALIFORNA
Glen s Bakery
FRESNO AUTO PARTS
I Complete Auto Supplies
Fowler, California l 560 Broadway Phone AMherst 6-8261
F or That "lust
Right Lookv Shop at the
This dress appears to meet with the approv-
al of June Moms and Vickie Madsen.
Phone TEmpIe 4-3620 210 Merced Street
Products and A Perfect Drying 1
Service o B Every Time
H8 No. Sixth Street Telephone TEmpIe 4-2318
Phone TEmpIe 4-2913 FOWLER
917 F Street
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Fresno Motor Sales
Cadillac and Oldsmobile
Sales And Service
700 Van Ness Phone AMherst 6-8141
FOWLER FARM SUPPLIES
Congratulations To The
Class of '57
Iulius Dominici, I r.
And Pin Representative
Lemoss and Smith
'The Rubber M env
1625 Phone Fresno
Broadway ADams 3-5293 California
Goodyear Tires and Batteries
Passenger and Tire Recapping
G. E. Appliances
Wheel .Alignment and Brake Service
Charles and Clyde Baumback
121 E. Merced Phone TEmple 4-2311
Class Sweaters - Band Uniforms
Compliments of Compliments of
Fowler Pharmacy lohnny 5 Merle'
Groceries - Meat - Vegetables
7th and Merced TEmple 4-3212
FOWLER, CALIFORNIA 220 E. Merced St. Phone TEmple 4-3415
Jos F. r-roosoN
320 West Walnut
"Gee, I can hardly wait," exclaims Genevieve
Franco as Mr. .Hodson measares for her rang
szze whzle David Peters readzes to record at.
Compliments of usince -I9-Ion
Elvcfs Womerfs Apparel Stewart Cleaners
115 E. Merced
FOWLERI CALIFORNIA 1465 No. Van Ness FRESNO
Where Quality Comes First
Highway 99 at Adams Avenue Telephone TEmple 4-2619
Kathy Valdez tfys her best sales talk. but
Joe Moms decides bright red just isvft his
Telephone TEmpIe 4-2111 824 Merced Street
MA WElI. STUDIO
Congratulations to the Senior Class ComPlime"1fS Of
Congratulations to the Senior Class
HOLLYWOOD CAMERA SHOP
Hiway 99 8. Tuolumne Phone TEmple 4-2715
Congratulations to the Senior Class
Wright Oil Company
Weed Oils - Heating Oils
Butane - Gasoline
Phone TEmple 4-2614 Fowler, Califo
FOWLER FLORAL SHOP
For Send The
Every Perfect Gift
310 East Merced Street Phone TEmple 4-2505
' ' Congratulations to The Class of "57"
I PISOR'S DECORATIVE LAMINATORS
8 111 S. Seventh St. Phone TEmple 4-2541
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU
i827 lnyo l93l Mariposa
Office Display Rooms Phone Alvlherst 8-8444
Congratulations Seniors From
Earl llill Ford Sales
Worth More When You Buy It
Worth More When You Sell It
Telephone TEmpIe 4-2l l8
Lupe Ramirez smiles 'fprettilyn into the
came-ra while Melvin Naarian f' d tht
3 in s a
if one turns the steering wheel, the from:
Congratulations To The Class Of ,5 7
Fowler Telephone TEmpIe 4-9011
C Baxler Chevrolet, Inc.
Dependable Dealings Since 1926
TEmpIe 4-29l l
Acting as if they owned the car, Marvin Bax-
ter and Joe Monis will be disappointed when
they learn they must return to school and
Fowler Feed Store
Styled For The High School Crowd
Kempton Hall Clothes
JOE MACIEL, Prop.
Grain - Feeds - Seeds - Sulphur
Tray Paper - Fertilizer
FRESNQ 99 Hiway between Clayton 8: Adams
Phone TEmple 4-2615
Congratulations to the Senior Class
Phone TEmple 4-3170 FOWIGI
Compliments of TED's HOME APPLIANCE
I The Home Of Better Deals
Paul Noble s
Q o l08 Merced TEmple 4-34l3
Alll'0I'l'l0lIVE SEWICE rowuan, CALIFQRNIA
phone 1-Emple 4-331 2 Congratulations to the class of '57
99 Hiwoy ,, Main FowLER RADIO AND 'r.v.
Fowl-ER EmeI'SOI'I T.V. Dedlel' h
IOO DAVIS MUNDAY, prop.
Temple 4-2814 61h 8. Nlerced
Blackburn Auto Ports Co.
Used Trucks And Trailers
Auto And Truck Wrecking
3183 So. Hwy. 99
Phone AMherst 4-2817
LINCOLN - MERCURY
1919 Whitson Street Hiway 99
M. M. Richart Phone TWinoaks 6-1364
A big "MU from Richarfsr Lincoln and Mer-
cury in Selma suits Richard Mirigian ana
Bonnie Kandarian to a "T",
Serving the San Joaquin Valley With Quality
A Merchandise for Over 44 Years
Compliments of 1
SAM KRIKORIAN 1
CDoctors of Autos?
HOLLYWOOD CAMERA SHOP il
1915 Tulare Street
Fresno Phone AM 8-5691
Fowler Snack Shack
Pat C Linda Eubanlcs, Jess Qaintero,
and M Woods take "time offi' from the-i
regala duties to listen to Snack Shack'
fine selection of popular records.
Covers for This Yeafs Edition of the Litoria
Silvius 81 Schoenbackler
423 J Street Sacramento, California
Congratulations to the Class of 1957
Butts Equipment Company
MASSEY - HARRIS - FERGUESON, INC.
GOBLE DISC HARROWS
Sales if Service
Fairbanks-Morse Pumps Hot Point Electric Appliance
Phone TEmpIe 4-3314 U.S. 99 at Manning Ave., Fowler, California
Mirigian Eleclric Sewice
Commercial - Industrial
Installation and General Rep r
Phone TEmple 4-2891 F Ier
Don Buick Co.
Janice Peters and Bonnie Kandarian are depressed because
they can't drive home this beautiful Century hardtop from
Don Buick 'in Selma.
VALLEY FOUNDRY 81
MACHINE WQRKS, IN .
ENGINEERS AND MANUFACTURERS
LEON S. PETERS, President
2718 East Avenue Fresno, California
O O I
Commercial Manufacturing MEN S WEAR 8- SHCES
co' 1526 Kern St. Fresno, California
Designers and Manufacturers of Special
M"""ff.1'l'i2E.-,.'l"'E'II.'SZ.'1""se LIGHTNING C0-
Specializing In Rhythm
HAGOPIAN BROS. And Blues Records
2432 S. Railroad Ave. Fresno, California Comer of Tulare 8' HEI' Phone ADamS 7-5563
Fresno, California 103 I
Best Wishes From
San .lo quin Bakeries, Inc.
RAINBO, DUTCH TOAST, AND ROMAN MEAL BREAD
Wholesale Dlstrlbuhon Co. Hodge And Sons
Food and Sanitation Supplies
Restaurants, Cafeterias, I stitutions 1260 Fulton phone AMher5t 8-3337
Phone AMherst 8-5727 Kern and U Streets FRESNO
Congratulations to the Graduating Class
Butane - Propane Supply Co.
P.O. Box l506, Fresno
Phone ADoms 3-6249
Congratulations To The Class of 1957
Producers Cotton 0il Co.
Cotton - Cotton Ginning - Cottonseed Products R
Highway 99 ond North Ave e Fresno, C-0llf0ml0
Phone Office CLinton 1-1833
5404 Shields, Corner Shields and Winery
H. H. Kasparian
SUNLAND INDUSTRIES, INC.
Sulphur, Insecticides, Seeds, Fertilizers
Phone Fowler TEmple 4-3102
Office: Fresno Alvlherst 6-9881
L. R. Toreson
Phone TEmpIe 4-9016
for local freshness The Most A
Buy - '
Popular My ,vi
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lfve v 'nc' 1545!
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Dan-y In Town. 72
144 Belmont, Fresno AMherst 4-6583 105
e Auditing -- Public Bookkeeping
F h , , f Income Tax Consultant
o r Q L-Im , l435 Kern Street Fresno, California
Y o U PROTIIFTS Best wisHEs
Fresh HERMAN LEMMON ELWIN TURPIN
WM. J. MUENZER
Ensign Publishing Company
SILVIUS AND SCHOENBACKLER
ALFARO, BENNY - 19, 65, 70
ALLEN, LINDA - 18, 19, 43, 44,
53, 55, 56, 79
ESAW - 19, 26, 44, 45,
60, 61, 64, 67
MARVIN - 13, 19,
40, 41, 49, 54, 56, 60, 61,
BLACK, DAN - 46, 52
DEATHERDAGE, BOB - 21, 28,
56, 64, 67
DENHAM, DON - 19, 64
EASTER, TOMMIE - 19, 45, 47,
EDMISTON, ROBERT - 19, 44
ELLIS, KAREN - 15, 19, 42, 76
ELM, PAUL - 20, 46
JOE - 42, 65
MANUEL - 20, 44, 45,
53, 56, 60, 61, 83
EMILY - 10, 20, 44, 45,
GLORIA - 20, 53, 55
RAY - 20, 29, 53, 55
DEAN -- 14, 18, 20, 42,
49, 54, 55, 57, 84
GILMORE, SIDNEY - 20, 42
HAZZENS, BEVERLY - 10, 20, 46,
HEISINGER, KAREN - 13, 16, 21,
25, 27, 26, 29, 40, 41, 43, 49, 53,
54, 55, 56
HILL, VENORA - 21, 29, 42, 46,
50, 56, 56
HOIEN, JOHN - 14, 17, 16, 20,
21, 25, 28, 29, 51, 54, 56, 60, 61,
HOLLAND, CAROL - 18, 21, 24,
25, 28, 39, 44, 45, 48, 49, 50, 53,
JOIggSON, CLARENCE - 21, 44,
JoNEs, MARCUS - 21, 28, 29, 47,
50, 56, 56, 64, so
KAHAIAN, JOHN - 18, 21, 28,
29, 50, 53, 56, 60, 61
KANDARIAN, BONNIE - 13, 21,
gg, 27, 29, 40, 41, 48, 49, 50, 53,
KASPARIAN, GLORIA - 22, 43,
KLIENHAMMER, MYRLA - 22,
29, 44, 45, 46, 50, 53, 73
KOMAKI, MICHIKO - 18, 22, 50,
55, 56, 72, 76
KUDA, LOUISE - 14, 19,
26, 42, 49, 50, 51, 54, , 56,
LAEIRENT, WAYNE - 22, 40, 41,
MCGEE, SHIRLEY - 15, 16, 22,
27, 29, 43, 45, 50, 53, 55, 56, 76,
MEJIA, MANUEL - 22
MILASICH, GEORGE - 22 52
MIRIGIAN, RICHARD - 15, 23,
39, 40, 41, 51, 54, 56, 73, 79
MONIS. JUNE - 23, 43, 46, 48, 50,
53, 55, 56
MONTOYA, MAL - 23, 25, 28, 29,
gg, 46, 47, 50, 53, 56, 60, 61, 73,
MOORVARTIAN, GERALDINE -
23, 29, 43, 44, 48, 50, 53, 54, 55,
MORENO, TOMMY - 23, 42
NAJARIAN, MELVIN - 7, 13, 18,
19, 23, 40, 41, 49, 51, 54, 55, 56,
NAKAGUCHI, RICHARD - 22, 23,
53, 56, 62, 67
NAKAGUCHI, RONALD - 23, 62,
NAKAMURA, NANCY - 24, 28,
39, 49, 51, 53, 55, 76, 81
NAMBA, RAYMOND - 24, 40, 41,
56, 60, 61
PARKER, WAYNE - 24, 28, 44,
45, 46, 47, 50, 62, 63
PETERS, JANICE - 24, 29, 40, 41,
43, 48, 49, 50, 53, 55, 56, 76, 84
PETERSON, DEANN - 24, 44, 47
PISOR, RICHARD - 24, 57, 67
POINDEXTER, RONALD - 24,
56, 59, 60, 61
POWERS, CARYL - 24, 42, 46,
48, 50, 53, 54, 55, 56, 73, 81
PRICE, BARBARA - 25, 26, 29,
40, 41, 43, 49, 50, 54
QUINTERO, JESSE - 25, 40, 57,
RAMIREZ, LUPE - 14, 25, 40, 41,
45, 49, 50, 56, 64, 67, 80
RAY, JANET - 25, 44
REED, JACK - 15, 25, 52, 53, 77,
RODRIQUEZ, HELEN - 25, 55,
56, 72, 76
SAFRAZIAN, ALEX - 25, 28, 42,
56, 64, 69
SAIQCHEZ, LUPE - 25, 44, 45, 50,
SCHEPPEGRELL, GARY - 18, 25,
SCHWABENLAND, ELEANOR -
26, 44, 53, 81
SCOTT, RICHARD - 25, 52, 56,
59, 60, 61, 81
SHAPAZIAN, DONNA - 18,
22, 26, 29, 40, 41, 48, 49, 50, 53,
SINNER, LUELLA - 14, 18, 20,
26, 27, 28, 40, 41, 43, 49, 50,
53, 55, 56, 59, 72
SMITH, FRED - 26, 56, 60, 61, 73,
SOUZA, ANNE - 26, 50, 53, 78, 83
SPRAYBERRY, CHARLOTTE -
26, 29, 40, 47, 48, 53, 54, 55
UEKI, THELMA - 10, 18, 23, 27,
28, 49, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 83
WINTER, KENNETH - 27, 52,
YORK, JUDY ANN - 10, 27, 50,
ADAME, VIRGINIA - 30
AGU3AYO, RAYMOND - 30, 62,
ANDRADE, INEZ -- 30
ARASUNA, EIJI -- 30, 56, 60
ARASUNA, HITOMI - 30, 44, 53,
54, 81, 82
AUBUCHON, ETHEL 7- 30, 53,
BERG, JACK - 30
BLANCAS, ALFRED - 30, 56, 60,
BOYER, GRETCHEN - 30, 53, 55,
BRUMMET, RONALD - 57 '
BYRD, BETTY - 30, 44, 54
CASQILLO, CONNIE - 30, 44, 50,
CONTRERAS, ANNIE - 30, 42,
COWINGS, EVERETTE - 30, 44,
45, 47, 50, 56, 60, 64, 69
COX, PAUL - 30, 56, 57, 65, 70,
CRAIG, PAT - 15, 30, 40, 41, 47,
48, 49, 50, 53, 55, 82
CRUZ, MANUEL - 30, 60, 64
DELGADO, ISABEL - 30, 44
DELGADO, VICKIE - 30, 53, 55,
DYKES, MARIE - 30, 50
EUBANKS, LINDA - 15, 30, 40,
41, 49, 50, 53, 55
FENNELL, JOYCE - 30, 82
FRANCO, LIZ - 30, 53, 55, 56,
FREDDI, BOB - 30, 52, 57
FUQ3UA, JIMMY - 30, 52, 54, 60,
GONG, TOM - 31, 40, 41, 49, 56,
65, 66, 72
GREEN, DENNIS - 31, 73
GRIFFIN, EDWARD - 31, 50, 60,
GUERRA, RAMONA - 31, 44, 50
HARO, JOE - 31, 42
HEREDIA, ANGELINA - 31, 45,
HEREDIA, LYDIA - 31
HEREDIA, MARY - 31, 44
HORII, JANE - 31, 49, 54, 83
HUGHEY, BARBARA - 31
JACKSON, BOBBY - 31, 44, 57
JOHNSON, DIXIE - 31, 50, 53, 55
JOHNSON, JOYCE - 31, 44, 50
KANDARIAN, DEE NEECE - 31,
43, 50, 53, 55, 78, 79, 82
KAZARIAN, GARY - 15, 30, 31,
50, 62, 63, 82
KAZARIAN, RONALD - 31, 47,
50, 62, 63, 67, 83
KAMIKAWA, ALDEN - 15, 30, 31,
KLIPPERT, JOYCE - 31
KING, LULA MAE - 31, 45, 50
KRIKORIAN, VIRGINIA - 30, 31,
46, 49, 50, 53, 55, 83
LACKEY, PAT - 32
LAIKAM, BOB - 32, 60, 64, 82
LONG, BARBARA - 32, 84
LORRIE, JAY - 32
LUCERO, ROBERT - 56, 60
MADSEN, VICTORIA - 32, 43, 46,
47, 48, 53, 54, 53, 79, 32, 83
MAEGLER, ELIN - 32
MARSHALL, LINDA - 32, 47
MAXWELL, JACKIE - 32, 60, 72
McGLAUGHLIN, LINDA - 15, 30,
49, 50, 53, 55, 84
MIEQSAKI, MARJORIE - 53, 72,
MONIS, JOE - 32, 40, 41, 47, 49,
50, 56, 60, 64, 67
MOONEYHAM, DELORES - 44,
53, 82, 84
ROBINSON, CORNILIOUS - 30,
31, 45, 47, 60, 65, 67
ROGERS, CECIL - 31, 44, 52
ROMERO, THERESA - 31
SAKAMOTO, GEORGE - 30, 31,
42, 47, 62, 63, 82
SANCHEZ, SYLVIA - 31
SANDERS, JOHN - 31, 57
SAIQIGENTI, VICKIE - 31, 42, 50,
SARKISIAN, EDDIE - 14, 30, 31,
49, 54, 32, 84
SCHULT, NANCY - 31
SCIZEVABENLAND, FRED - 31,
SCHMIDT, GILBERT - 31
SHQIIBAZIAN, RICHARD - 31,
SMITH, MARILYN - 31, 42
SMITH, SYLVIA E. - 15, 31, 42,
47, 49, 53, 83, 84
SMITH, SYLVIA S. - 31, 42
SOUzA, TONY - 31, 42, 52, 67
SUBIA, HENRY - 60
TARTAR NANCY - 27, 30, 31,
43, 44 47, 50, 53, 55, 83
TOKUBO, SHIBERU - 15, 31, 49,
65, 66, 63, 71
VALDEZ, KATHLEEN - 30 31,
44, 50 53, 54,
VARGAS EDWARD - 31, 62, 63,
VASQUEZ, ROSA - 44
VELA, CORA - 31, 42
WATTS, NICK - 31, 47, 82
WEJEIBERG, STEVEN - 37,
WILSON, ROBERT - 31, 42,
WISE, JANICE - 31, 42, 50,
BULAICH, ANN - 34
BURNSIDE, DANNY - 34, 44, 72
CARMONA, INEZ -- 83, 34, 55
CARMONA, SOCORRO 4 34
JAMES - 15, 34, 44, 47,
CASTANEDA, CARLOS - 34
CAEISXZOS, SOFIA -- 34, 42, 45,
COX, PAULA - 33, 34, 45, 50, 53,
79, 80, 84
DEATHERAGE, HELEN - 34, 44
MAYBELLE - 34, 47,
FLORES, JOHNNY - 33
FRANCO, GENEVIEVE - 33, 42,
50, 54, 55
FRANCO, MARCUS - 33, 62
ERAZIER, GARY - 33, 44, 66, 71
FUJIKAWA, AMY - 33, 72
FUJIKAWA, RICHARD - 33, 49,
GALVAN, JERRY - 14, 33, 35, 52,
54, 56, 60, 62, 67
GAMINO, MARCELINO - 33
GARCIA, JOSEPHINE - 33, 45
GARCIA, MIKE - 33
GARNER, JAMES - 12, 33, 44, 62,
63, 65, 68
GERBER, BENNIE - 33, 42, 44
GIBSON, JANET - 33, 45, 73
GOMEZ, VIRGINIA - 33, 45
GONSALES, LOUIE - 33
GONSALVES, NORMA - 33, 45,
GOOGOOIAN, JO ANN -- 33, 45
GRAHAM, STEVEN - 33, 62
MORENO, BILLY - 32, 57, 70
MUNOZ, ELEANOR - 32
MUNOZ, TEDDY - 44, 47, 82
MURRIETA, DAVID - 32, 44, 69
NAKAGAWA, JANE - 17, 30, 51,
NAKAGUCHI, GLENN - 32, 49,
51, 54, 60, 68, 82, 83
NAKAMURA, TAD - 15, 32, 42,
49, 51, 66, 71, 84
NALIAN, THOMAS -- 32, 52, 60
NOVELLA, SALVADOR - 32
NUTT, JOHN -- 32, 44
OROSCO, ROBERT - 28, 29, 31,
54, 56, 60, 69, 84
PABOOJIAN, JEANETTE - 15,
30, 31, 43, 43, 49, 50, 53, 54, 55,
56, 73, 32, 83
PERALTA, ELEANOR - 31
PETERS, DARRELL - 15, 28, 31,
50, 52, 56, 60, 32, 83
RAMIREZ, DANIEL - 31, 40, 41,
49, 56, 64, 67
WRJQSHT, DON - 31, 51, 56, 60,
YERAMIAN, LEE - 31, 46, 47
ADARGAZ, FLORA - 34, 55
AHRONIAN, RICHARD - 14, 33,
34, 47, 49, 58, 62, 72
ANQERSON, WANDA - 34, 44,
AYLER, WILMA - 34
BARKER, MELFORD - 57
BARSAMIAN, EDDIE - 34, 42,
BEDROSIAN, JACK -- 34, 62, 63,
BENOR, JEANNIE - 34, 44
BLAIR, DOYLE - 34, 52
BLAYNEY, BARBARA -- 34, 45,
47, 54, 73
HAMP, GERALD - 15, 33, 50, 62,
HASHIMOTO, FRANK - 33, 65,
HENDERSON, CAROLYN - 17,
33, 42, 51, 54, 53, 30, 83
HEREDIA, JOAQUIN - 33, 62
HERNANDEZ, TOMMIE - 33
HIYAMA, BERNICE - 33, 48, 49,
54, 58, 72
HOBART, LILA - 33
HORII, HOWARD - 15, 33, 54, 60,
ISHKANIAN, JOYCE - 34, 44, 50,
53, 54, 84
JENSEN, ROBERT - 57, 60
JOHNSON, MERLE - 34, 52
JONES, DON - 34
KARLE, RICHARD - 34, 42
KAZARIAN, MELVIN - 34, 54,
58, 62, 63, 67
KLIPPERT, JUDITH - 34
KRUEGER, GUNTER - 34, 42
KRUEGER, WERNER - 34
LANINGHAM, CHARLES - 34,
LALOLIAN, HAROLD -- 15, 33,
34, 40, 41, 47, 49, 58, 72, 83
LAWRENCE, WANDA - 34, 45,
LOPEZ, IRENE - 33, 44, 45
MACHADO, BARBARA - 34
MARTINEZ. DANIEL - 34, 62,
63, 65, 68, 70
MASON, PETER - 34, 70
MAQWELL, BEVERLY - 34, 50,
MCGEE, NITA - 34, 50, 79
MEANS, EARLENE - 34, 45, 50,
53, 80, 84
MERIGIAN, DON - 34, 51, 62, 68
MULLER, GLENNA - 73
NIX, BERRY - 34, 45, 50, 62, 63,
OAKLEY, HANNAH - 35, 44
OKAMURA, JOYCE - 35, 42, 49,
PETERS, DAVID - 33, 35, 63, 73
PENDERGRASS, ROY - 35, 52
PETRILLO, RICHARD - 35
PRIYCQE, DENVA - 35, 43, 45, 50,
PURSELL, DONNA - 35, 42, 55
RAMIREZ, JOE - 42, 62, 69
RAMIREZ, VIRGINIA - 35, 42,
RAY, MACK - 35, 42, 47, 57, 60,
REA, CASEY - 35, 42, 66
ROBINSON, MARY - 15, 35, 44,
45, 47, 50
ROBLES, CELIA - 35, 42, 45
RODRIGUEZ, ALFRED - 35, 50,
62, 63, 65, 70
RODRIGUEZ, MARGARET - 35
RODRIGUEZ, NORMA - 35
RODRIGUEZ, VIRGINIA - 35
ROMERO, CELIA - 35, 53
ROMERO, LOUISE - 35
SAINZ, JESSIE - 35
SCOTT, RONALD - 35, 57
SHERMAN, OPHELIA - 44, 45
SHERMAN, RONALD - 34, 52,
SILVA, ELOISE - 34
SIMPSON, VICTORIA - 35, 45,
SMITH, GERALD - 52
SMITH, RUSSELL - 28, 33, 34,
50, 52, 54, 62, 63, 70, 73, 84
SRABIAN, BEVERLY - 34, 45
STAIRS, STAN - 34, 62, 70
STENFORT, JUNE - 15, 34, 40,
41, 49, 51, 54, 72, 76, 80
STEWART, LILLIE - 34, 44
TAKAHASHI, JANICE - 34, 50,
54, 55, 79
TANIGUCHI, AIMY - 15, 34, 49,
54, 58, 72, 76
TAYLOR, BILLY - 57
THEOESEN, CHRISTINE - 34, 50,
TURPIN, PEGGY - 34, 45, 50,
VALDEZ, JOHN - 34, 44, 50, 60
VALgI'IERRA, ESTHER - 34, 35,
VARGAS, ALFRED - 34, 66, 71
VUKOVICH, CAROL ANN - 34,
WARD, FRANK - 44, 47, 52, 69
WHITELY. GARY - 34, 35, 45,
51, 60, 72
WHITTENBERG, PHILLIP - 51,
WILSON, JANICE - 34, 35, 42
WINTER, DONNA - 34, 45
F R ES H M E N
ALFARO, DANIEL - 37,
ARTRIP, JIM - 15, 37, 38
ARTRIP, JOYCE - 37
AVILA, OLIVA -- 37
BANK, SHERRY - 15, 37, 53, 73
BARNES, DAVID - 37, 62, 65
BEDROSIAN, VERNON - 37, 68
BELTRAN, JUNIOR - 28, 37
BEZZXNCOURT, BARBARA - 37,
BLACK, HELEN - 37
BLANCAS, ARMIDA - 37
BLANCAS, RACHEL - 37
BRANDON, MAXINE - 37, 50,
BROWN, NANCY - 37, 44, 73
BURNS, PEGGY - 37, 47, 50
BUTLER, MINNIE - 37, 44, 45,
CAIN, HERBERT - 36, 37, 45,
CAPOZZI, ANGELO - 37
CASTANDEA, RAMOINA - 37
CHAMBER, PHILIP - 37,
COEINELL, GEORGE - 36,
DAVIS, JEANETTE - 37,
DYKES, GWENDOLYN -
ELLIS, ANITA - 37, 42, 49, 73
EUBANKS, BARBARA - 37
FEAVER, JOYCE - 38, 54
FLORES, ANGIE - 333, 44
FLOWERS, MAZADA 4 37, 44
FUJII, LYNN - 15, 38, 62, 73
FUKIKAWA, FRANCES - 38, 44,
FUQUA. ANN - 15, 17, 36, 38,
44. 49. 67. 79, 83
FULTON. BILL - 38
GATVAN, FERMIN - 38, 45, 62.
GALVAN, JOHN - 38, 68
GAMINO, JOSEPHINE - 38
GOBBEL. DAVID - 38. 66, 68
GORLE. BARBARA - 38, 44, 49.
GONZALES, CATALINA - 44
GONZALES, MADELINE - 38
GOSGARIAN. GEORGE - 38, 66
GRIJALVA. JOE - 38
GUERRA, JOSIE - 44
GUTIERREZ. MANUEL - 38
HALL, LINDA - 38
HALLER, ROBERT - 38, 45
I-IARLAN, MELVIN - 38, 51
HARPER, NORMA - 38
HARRIS, LEE - 30, 44, 57, 71
HERRING, JIMMY - 45
HOBART, LOURA - 38
HONDA. RONALD - 38, 42, 57,
HUGHEY, ALLEN - 38, 45, 57
HULL, JUDY - 38
HURADO, MARY - 38
IKEDA, LAUREIN - 38, 54
JEFFREYS. KATHY - 37
JONES, BETTY - 37
KAZARIAN, MILTON - 37
KAZARIAN, RONALD - 15, 36,
37, 44, 47, 62, 64, 71
KENDRICK, PHYLLIS - 37
KERBY, TOM - 37, 44, 45, 57, 62
KRLKORIAN, RICHARD - 14, 36,
LOPEZ, JOE -- 37, 44
LOPEZ, MARY - 37, 44
MALLORY, CAROLYN - 37
MARSHALL, PATRICIA - 37, 45,
MARTINEZ, DELORES - 37, 73
MATHEWS, EUGENE - 36, 37,
45, 62, 67, 73, 79, 80
MAUL, DENNIS - 37, 62, 63, 73
MAUL, RICHARD - 37, 45, 67, 79
MAYEBO, RONALD - 36, 37, 42,
57, 66, 68
MEJIA, DELORES - 37, 42
MOORE, BOB - 45
MOORE, SHIRLEY - 37
MOORVARTIAN, GEORGE - 37
MORENO, RUBEN - 37, 45
MORRILL, OLIVER - 37, 57
NAHIGIAN, ARMELITA - 36
NAHIGIAN, SHIRLEY - 36, 54
NAKAMURA, MARLENE - 15,
NIELSEN, TAMARA - 15, 35, 54
OCHOA, RACHEL - 36
OMLSSAND, KAREN - 35, 54, 57,
OROSCO, BOBBY - 35, 45, 55, 80
ORPHAN, PAUL - 35, 47, 62
PAEQOJIAN, KAY - 35, 45, 52,
PERALTA, HENRY - 45
PIERCE, GERALD - 36, 57
PISOR, RUSSELL - 36, 71
POND, PATSY - 36
PULIDO, MARY - 37, 45
RAMIREZ, EVA - 36, 45
REBENSDORF, ROBERT -- 36,
ROCHA, RACHEL - 36
ROIEIIGUEZ, MARY LOU - 36,
ROMERO, DOROTHY - 36
SAKAMOTO, ROY - 37, 45, 66
SANTOS, MARY ANN - 44
SANTA CRUZ, RICHARD - 37,
SCHMIDT, CAROL - 37
SCROGGINS, MARY -- 37
SERRATO, PETER - 37
SHERMAN, MAYBELLE - 37
SIMONIAN, THOMAS - 15, 37,
44, 51, 57, 52, 73
SOLE-IOMONIAN, JOE -- 37, 45,
SQUARE, MARGARET - 37, 44,
STARK, RAYMOND - 37, 66, 68
THOIIVIPSON, TROY - 36, 37, 45,
TORRES, HOPE - 37
TOIEIUBO, MICHIKO - 36, 37, 49,
TOEEJDA, JOYCE - 36, 37, 48, 49,
VARGAS, BETTY - 37
VASQUEZ, GEORGIA - 37, 44
WARREN, BILLY - 37, 57
WHITE, LINDA - 37, 45
WHITE, LURA LINDA - 37, 73
YORK, MARY - 15, 37
YOSHHIMOTO, KENNETH -- 36,
YOUNG, LORETTA - 37, 45, 47,
ZAVALA, RAYMOND - 37
ZUNIGA, MARCELINO - 37
INDEX I Continued I
ACOSTA, JOE - 16
AHRONIAN, DERON - 3
ASHCRAFT, MARIELLEN - 9
BLAYNEY, ALICE - 10, 35, 44
BEIQEINISTEIN, BARBARA - 10, 33,
BICLGERSTAFF, LORENE - 5, 3,
BUTTS, AARON - 3
CONVERSE, RUTH - 9
CONVERSE. THEODORE - 10,
14, 35, 55
CONWAY, CARL - 16
DAVIS,'JOAN - 55, 84
DELGADO, JOHN - 16
DERVISHIAN, AGNES - 10, 35,
DRAUGHON, KEITH - 10, 18
EHRLICH, ELVA - 10, 30, 48, 50
FLOYD, GERALD - 9, 33
GAROFOLI, ANTHONY - 10, 33
GOODE, RICHARD - 7, 3
HAMP, BERNICE - 16
HANNER, EVERETT - 16
HILL, BERRY - 10
HUNTLEY, LEFFORD - 11, 13,
50, 55, 73
JONES, HUBERT - 16
JORGENSEN, HELENA - 11
KRQIISER, HENRY - 11, 33, 49,
LEAL, AL - 11, 18, 52, 59, 70, 71
MCGLAUGHLIN, HUBERT - 16,
MCLEMORE, ALBERT - 16
MIRIGIAN, NAN - 16
MOEZZI, FARHAD - 11, 18, 53
PATINO, PHILLIP - 11, 33, 49,
PEREIRA, JOHN - 6, 11, 18, 56,
PETERSEN, DANIEL - 7, 9
POOLE, RALPH - 36, 57
POWELL, EARL - 11, 12, 30
ROOSMAN, ETHEL - 12, 28, 35,
40, 41, 49
ROOTES, MINOR - 12, 30, 50, 68
SNYDER, HOWARD - 7, 3
SPENCER, PHYLLIS - 12, 18
STANTON, PERCY - 12, 52, 33
STONE, BILL - 16
TILLER, ERMA - 16
TURPIN, RUDY - 16
VUCOVICH, SAMUEL - 3
WEYMOUTH, CLIFFORD - 12,
65, 69, 70, 71
WILSON, A.D. - 8
WOOD, CAMERON - 12, 14, 30,
32, 40, 41, 49, 54
I - CLASSES
SENIORS - 18
JUNIORS - 30
SOPHOMORES - 33
FRESHMEN - 36
II - ORGANIZATIONS
ART CLUB - 53
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB - 51
BAILD AND MAJORETTES -
BLOCK F - 56
BOARD OF TRUSTEES - 8
CADETS - 57
FEDERATION - 49
CHORAL GROUPS - 44, 45
CIRCLE E - 55
FACULTY - 10, 11, 12
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
OF AMERICA - 55
FUTURE FARMERS OF AME-
RICA - 52
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
AMERICA - 53
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB - 55
GIRLS' LEAGUE - 48
HI-Y - 50 y
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA-
TIVES - 15
KNIGHTS AND LADIES - 54
LITORIA - 40
PEPSTERS - 43
QUILL AND SCROLL - 49
REDCAT REVIEW - 41
SENIOR SCOUTS - 54
STUDENT COUNCIL - 14, 15
TRI-HI-Y - 50
III - ACTIVITIES
BASEBALL - 67, 68
BASKETBALL - 64, 65, 66
CAROLS - 80
DRAMA PLAY - 46
FOOTBALL - 60, 61, 62, 63
FOWLER, FALL FESTIVAL -
GIRLS' P.E. - '74, 75, 76
HIT AND MISS SNAPS - 84
JUNIOR ESCAPADES - 47
MAYFAIR - 83
QUEENS - 78
SLAVE DAY - 82
SWIMMING - 73
TENNIS - 72
TRACK - 69, 70, 71
VALENTINE DANCE - 81
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