Fowler High School - Litoria Yearbook (Fowler, CA)
- Class of 1958
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At the local newsstand, one may obtain magazines giving
full coverage to world events. Through the l958 Litoria, "FUHS
Newstand", we impart to you a full presentation of an eventful
year. Through our magazines, we are sure you will be reminded
of the important as well as minor events that will grow even
more precious as the years pass by. .
We, the editors, truly hope that this 1958 production
will be a fitting climax to a most memorable year.
Kaspey Safyazian mpfai 10,1940 - August 12, 1957l
In his quiet unassuming way, Kasper Safrazian made his place
in the class of l958. He was always thoughtful and considerate of his
The tragic drowning accident at Lake Millerton which prevented
his graduation with the class of l958 has captured the deepest sympathy
of all who knew him.
Richayd Goodeinecembef. 19, 1906 - January 10,1958l
Mr. Richard Goode was a faithful member of the Fowler Union
High School Board of Trustees for l7 years. During that time he served
as clerk for six years and as president for four years. He worked unsel-
fishly for the betterment of the school, the welfare of the students was
always uppermost in his mind.
He will be well remembered by everyone for his active community
service and his loyal support of our school.
To you, Mr. Doniel Petersen, we dediccte this l958
Litorio to express to you in this smoll woy our gratitude for
-The mogniticent woy in which you hove guided ond
sponsored the Closs of l958.
-The toir way in which you hove counseled the students
of Fowler Union High School.
-The odmiroble woy in which you hove developed the
strong pride which we oll hold for our school.
Table of Contents
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'N mls ISSUE ADMINSTRATORS AND nmcnsns Give Helpful
1-:Anus uv KEEPING srunsurs' Noses ro cnmnsrous
MR. ALLEN KIRBY, Principal
MR. DANIEL PETERSEN, Vice Principal
LEADERS PAVE OUR WAY
"Wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom, and with all thy getting get under-
standing." iproverbs 4:79 Wisdom is more to be desired than great riches, tor a rich man may not
be wise, but a wise man has wealth incorruptible.
Schools are not capable ot, nor expected to turn out a finished product. Education is gained
by dedicating one's though to the search tor tru h. Our schools are not an end in themselves. No
formulas, collections ol data, theories or historical facts can be accumulated and of themselves
evolve an educated individual. Only living can bring into being an educated being for education is a
journey not a destination. Were it otherwise, lite at eighteen would become climactic and succeed-
ing years 0 vain repetition.
Schools should prepare well the soil ot receptivitv to truth, provide the seed of right desires,
acknowledge the need of the sun of virture to illumine the thoughts ot men that they are brothers,
and show the value of the gentle rain of inspiration. Then the students are guided to cultivate good
thoughts, pure motives, and noble aims that will leave earth a better place than they found it.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES - Aram Peters, H. W. Nielsen. Devon Ahronion, Som Vucowch and Ted Nix.
HELPERS, BOARD BOLSTERS SCHOOL EFFICIENCY
Representing the Fowler Union High School District ore five prominent citizens who compose
the bocird of trustees.
The best in education is provided through the untiring efforts put forth by these men, who
ore constantly confronted with such problems os tronsportotion, budget, building focilities, cind school
Aiding the school officiols ore Fowler High's three efficient secretories. Mrs. Lorene Bigger-
stoff ossists our principol by ossuming ci voriety of duties in the rnoin office. Mrs. Moriellen Ash-
croft rnokes certoin thot ends meet in the hondling of the school's fincinciol motters. Mrs. Ruth Con-
verse hcis the never-ending tosk of keeping ottendonce records in order.
Miss Morion White, our new counselor, hos been ovoiloble ot oll times to help students with
their closses, problems, ond future plcins.
Mrs. Lorcne Biggerstotf, Mrs, Ruth Converse. 1Not in Picture: Mrs. Moriellen
is ld was
Ar. Keith Draughon - English, Al-
lebra, Librarian, AV, Freshman FHA,
Zloss Sponsor. '
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Top Right - A few of these English IV college preparatory stu-
dents do not seem to be impressed by the English literature which has
been assigned to them.
Top Left - Da you know haw to take apart a 1957 Pontiac engine?
These four prospective mechanics are learning how to do this in Auto
Shop II. They are Robert Lucero, Alfred Blancas, Dennis Green, and
Mr. Frank Abston - Arithmetic, So- Miss Alice Blayney - Chorus, Eng-
cial Studies, English, lush. Physical Education, Tri-l-li-Y,
Aeolian Club, Sophomore Class Span'
TEACHERS ENRICH LIVES II
Miss Nancy Bowman - Physical Ed- Mr. Ted Converse -1 BOOKKSSDUWQ,
ucation, GAA, Circle F, Tennis, Jun- General Business, Typing, Student Fl-
i0r Clggg Sponsor, DAOFICE, FBLA, SOpl'1OmOI'e Class Ad-
Hom making, Mr. Anthony Garotoli - English,
SpOnso E Drama-Speech, Junior Class Spon-
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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICIATES
OVER STUDENT BCDY
RON KAZARIAN, President
GLENN NAKAGUCHI, Vice President JANE HORN. SCACYGYUYY
NANCY TARTAR, Treasurer
Many beneficial accomplishments have been obtained by the i957-58 Executive Council. A
new student court, fashioned on a principle similar to that of our nation's Supreme Court was formed
for the betterment of the students.
The studentsi handbook was revised by adding a history of the school, new yells, and student
court rules. An addition was also made to the number of appointed officials - Commissioner of Bill
MMISSIONERS - Virginia Krilcorion, commissioner of records, Jeanette Poboojion,
nmissionei ot student activites, Jim Fuquo, Commissioner of Sofetyg Horold Loloion,
nmissioner of publicity, Shigeru Tokubo. commissioner of welfare, Dorell Peters,
nmissioner of athletics, Sylvia E. Smith, commissioner of bill correspondence,
Dun Petersen and Ted Converse, Sponsors
LEADERS GUIDE STUDENTS THROUGH YEAR
The council sponsored C1 Morch ot Dimes drive which wos highlighted by clciss competition ond
concluded with o donce ot which the King ond Queen ot Dimes were crowned, All proceeds ot the
preceding octivities were doncted to the Morch ot Dimes.
Student government hos token greot strides this post yeor ond hos proved to be on overwhelm-A
CLASS PRESIDENTS - Ston Storrs,
junior closs president, Kenneth Yo-
shimoto, sophomore closs president,
Gary Dorling, treshmon closs presi-
dent, Alden Komikowo, senior cioss
House Of Representatives Improves Redcat
Interest In Legislature
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - BACK ROW: G. Kozaricin, K. Ka- ian. FRONT ROW: Croig,!L. McGIciughIin, clerk. D, Mooneyham,
tmkawa, J. Patwooiion, R. Tsuchiguchi, G. Whitely, P. Mason, G. Sci- F5 FUIIKOWQ l-- Wftlfflf STANDING G- NOKUQUCVH, SDCGKBV- lNOf II'1
komoto. MIDDLE ROW: P Craig, J. Artrip, M Kozarian, R. AhrOn- picture: S. E. Smitnj
Two ond one halt years of existance have been completed by the House of Representatives, the
lower port ot our bicomerol government.
Its members hove enjoyed two retreats, and presented new ideas in bill form, but more specifi-
colly, they hove brought the student government closer to the students.
The estoblishment of political parties during the last semester of l958 developed the true
meoning ot the importonce of being o Representative.
By continuing the faithful service exhibited during this lost semester, the House con truly ful-
fill its l f . l' '
goo o mocmg o student government successful at Fowler High.
SECONDSEMESTER HOUSE - BACK ROW: G. Scikamoto, B. Souza, P. Orphan, L. McGIaughIin, clerk, G. Nakaguchi, speaker, S. E.
T. Slmonian, K. Burns. J. Artiip, J. Stenfort, 5. Kirby, M. L. Wilson, Smith, COBC, I. Garcia, H. Loloian,
B. Gooel, J. Okamuro, R. Orozco. FRONT ROW SEATED: L. Eubcmks,
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DRIVERS, COOKL , CU TODIANS, CARRY THE LOAD
CUSTODIANS - AI
bert McLemore, Hu
bert Jones, Joe Acos-
fa, Huberf McGIaugh-
lin. lNof in picture -
TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT -- John Delgado,
Evcroti I-lanrmor, mor in nicfurc -- Carl Conway!
COOKS - Lois Avenal, Non Mirigian, Gol-
dir- Hepner, Sandy Yeramiczn, Blanch
Sophisticated Seniors Show Spark In Scholarship And Sports
7R CLASS OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Virginia Krikorian, girl's yell SENIOR SPONSORS - Daneil Peterson, Cameron Woods, Mrs
'j Early Sarkisian, sergeant at-arms, Dixie Johnson, girl's athletic Elva Ehrlich, Earl Powell.
gf:-rj loo Moms, boys athletic manager, FRONT ROW: Tom Gong,
Urn-siclentg Aldon Ka-nikawo, president, Linda MrGlaughlin, secre-
Linrla Euliianlcs, troafurrvr.
As the Senior Class pauses to scan the i958 Litoria newsstand, many enjoyable memories
greet them from the covers of their favorite magazines.
The Junior-Senior Prom, Senior Ditch Day, Career Day, and Dress-up Day all call to mind the
fun and frolic of the Senior year,
They have shown much enthusiasm and promise of things to come by capturing first place in
the Fowler Fall Festival with the winning Junior-Senior float, and earning the intramural trophy dur-
ing their Junior year.
The motto of the class, "Going Ever, Stopping Never' is a good example of the activity of the
Senior Class of l958.
SEAL BEARERS - S. Tokubo, J. Berg, G. Nakaquchi, J. Horii, T. Gong,
FHA, Senior S c 0 u T s, AV,
FBLA. Tri-Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus,
Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, FBLA, Arl
CSF, Soph play, Bank of
Frosh Treas., Jr. Alh. Mgr.,
FHA Treas,, FBLA Trcas.,
Pres, GAA, Tri-Hi-Y, Aeolian
Club, Jr. Review, Assemblies,
Sludenl' Courf Rec. Sec., Prom
Com. Ch., Intramural.
FHA, GAA, Tri-Hi-Y, Mixed
Chorus, Assemblies, Intramu-
FBLA Treas., Tri-Hi-Y, Bancl,
Hi-Y, Block F, Men's Chorus.
Mixed Chorus, Assemblies,
Basketball Trophy, Football,
Track, Baseball, COP Honor
Chorus, West Coast Relays.
Block F Sec,, Knights, Hi-Y,
Cross Country, Football, Bas-
House of Rep., Frosh. Sec.,
Soph. Yell Leader, FBLA Sec.,
Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, GAA, Redcar
Ed, Litoria, Aeolian Club,
Head Yell Leader, Jr. Review,
Assemblies, Quill 81 Scroll,
FHA, FBLA, intramural.
GAA, FBLA, Ar? Club, Aeolian
Club, Art Award.
Block F, CSF, Science and
Math Club, Football, Assem-
blies, Athletic Awards, Soph.
Transfer from Madera in Sr.
yr., Scence and Math Club
Men's Chorus, Baseball.
Band, Track, Assemblies.
Aeolian Club, FBLA, Tri-Hi-Y,
Bosketball, Football, Baseball,
intramural, Athletic Awards,
Tri-Hi-Y, Aeolian Club Mixcfl
Transfer from Washinqton
Union in Soph. yr., FHA Ec.
Rep., FE'l.A, Art Club, Girls
League Sr, Rep., Banner Car-
rier, Intramural, Tri-Hi-Y.
Sv. Trees., FHA Pres., FBLA
Treas., Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club,
GAA, Quill 8. Scrcll, Redcat
Rcview, Litoria, Jr. Asst, Ed.,
EJ., Assemblies, House at Rep.,
Frosh Girls Ath. Mgr., FHA,
Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club, FBLA, FFA
Sweetheart, Mixed Chorus, As-
ASLI Comm. of Safety, FFA
Pres., V. Pres., Band Assem-
blies, Football, Bank of Ameri-
Sr. V. Pres., Quill 8. Scroll,
CSF Treos., Block F, Seal Bear-
er, Rertcat, Litoria Asst. Bus.
Mgr., Basketball, intramural,
Tennis, Student Court Justice,
Science and Math Club, Bank
OF America Award.
Comm. of Safety, Student
Court Ballitf, Knights, Hi-Y,
Math 81 Science Club, Art
Club, AV, Soph. play, Assem-
blies, Swimming, Football,
Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, GAA, Mixed
Chorus, Transfer from San
Joaquin Memorial in Frosh yr.
GAA, Tri-Hi-Y, FBLA, FHA,
Mixed Chorus, Aeolian Club,
Bona, Assemblies, Intramural.
ASB Sec., Soph. V. Pres., Girls'
Leaaue Soph. Rep., AV Sec.,
Sr. Scouts Pres., Treas., Prom
Ch., Knights Treas., Seal Bear-
er. Assemblies, Intramural,
Block F, Cadets, Assemblies,
Men's Chorus, Mixed Chorus,
Football, Basketball, Track.
Sr. Girls' Athletic Mgr., Tri-
Hi-Y V. Pres., FHA Hlst.,
FBLA, GAA, Aeoliari Club, AS-
femlfnlies, Intramural, Bank of
Sr Pres., Jr. V. Pres.. Frosh
V. Pres., AV publicity co-ch.,
Science 8. Math Club, Quill 8.
Scroll, CSF, Knights, Redcat,
Litoria Asst. Bus. Mgr., As-
semblies, Soph play, Basket-
ball, House of Rep., Prom co-
DEE NEECE KANDARIAN-
Tri-Hi-Y, FBLA, FHA, GAA,
Aeolian Club, Pep Girl, As-
semblies, Campus Queen '56-
Jr. Yell Leader, Hi-Y, Block F,
Stage Crew, Soph. play, As-
semblies, Athletic Awards,
football, T r a c k, Baseball,
House of Rep,
Transfer from South Gate Jr.
yr., ASB Pres., Hi-Y Pres., AV,
Knights, Block F, Jr. Review,
.fKf,s.'.:-Pwlirs, Athletic Awards,
Footbail, Track, Baseball, ln-
tramural, Boys' State Treas. Bt
Y's Men Boy of the Year.
lransfer from Tuolumne Sr.
yr., Assemblies, Aeolian Club,
Tri-Hi-Y, GAA, Band, Swim-
ming, Mayfair Queen, l958.
ASB Comm. of Rec., Yell
Leader, Jr. Treas., Sr. Yell
Leader, Tri-Hi-Y Treas., FHA
V. Pres., AV, Knights, CSF
Soc. Ch., FBLA Treas., V.
Pres., GAA, V. Pres., Redcat
Ed., Litoricl, Head Pep Girl,
Quill S. Scroll, House of Rep.
Block F, Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus,
Assemblies, Football, Intramu-
ral, Athletic Awards.
Mixed Chorus, Assembies.
Block F, Football, Track.
Girls League Pres., Sr. Scouts,
Mixed Chorus, Pep Girl, Drama
Bank of America Award.
Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club, Aeolian
Club, Assemblies, Mixed Cnor-
Block F, Assemblies, Football,
House of Rep. Clerk, Sr, Sec.,
Knights, Quill L Scroll, Trie
Hi-Y, FHA Prog. Chr., FBLA
Club, Litoria Asst. Ed., Redcat
Assemblies, Intramural, Cam-
pus Queen '57-58, Prom Gen,
Chr., Bank of America
AV Sec., Hist., FHA Treas..
Assemblies, Tennis, intramur-
Sr. Ath, Mgr., Hi-Y V. Pres.,
Redcar Soorts Ed., Litoria,
Quill 8. Scroll, Football, Sr, Co-
Coptain, Basketball, Baseball,
Intramural, Athletic Awards.
Transfer from Arizona in Jr.
yr., House of Rep., Tri-Hi-Y,
AV, Student Court Clerk,
FHA, Girls' League Standing
Ch., Redcat Ed., Liloria, Mix-
ed Chorus, Assemblies, Quill 8.
Assemblies, Spring Concert,
Track Mgr., Basketball.
GAA, Tri-Ha-Y, FBLA, FHA,
Soph. Treas., AV Pres., Band
Pres. Bl V. Pres., CSF V. Pres.,
Knights, Science 81 Math Club,
Assembles, Football, Basket-
ball, Track, Student Court
Asso Justice, House of Rep.
Football, Baseball, FFA.
Transfer from Sanger Jr. yr.,
H1-Y, Block F, Football, Track,
J EANETTE PABOOJ IAN-
ASB Comm. of Student Act.,
Head Yell Leader, Frosh Yell
Leader, Soph Sec., Tri-Hi-Y
Pres., Knights, Girls' League
V. Pres., GAA Sec., Circle F 8.
Stars, Aeollan Club, Pep Girl,
Quill 8. Scroll, Redcat, Litoria,
Swimming, FHA Sec., CSF,
FBLA. Sr. Scouts.
FHA, Tri-Hi-Y, FBLA, Art
ASB Comm. of Ath,, Hi-Y Sec.
Block F, Assemblies, Football,
Basketball, Track, Tennis, ln-
Soph. Boys' Ath, Mgr., Block
F, "edcat, Quill 8. Scroll, Bos-
keiaalll, Baseball, Intramural.
TED MU NOZ-
Frosh Yell Leader, Hi-Y, Art
Club, Jr. Review, Mixed Chor-
us, COP Honor Chorus.
Jr. Sec., FHA Sec., Girls'
League V. Pres., AV Hist,, As-
ASB V, Pres., AV Pres., CSF
V. Pres. 8. Treas., Knights
Sec., Block F, Assemblies, Seal
Bearer, Football Mgr.
Quill St Scroll, Knights, Science
Bi Math Club, Redcat, Litoria,
soph, ploy, Basketball.
SYLVIA E. SMITH-
Comm. of Bill Corr., House of
Rep. Clerk, FHA, CSF, Redcat
Ed., Litoria, Band, Jr. Review,
COP Honor Bond, Jr. Review,
Soph, play, Girls' State, Quill
81 Scroll, Knights, Bank of
Arnerlco Award, Betty Crock-
er Future Homemaker Award,
D.A.R. Good Citizen Award.
Frosh. Ath. Mgr., Soph. Yell
Leader, Jr, Sgt. at Arms.,
Block F Pres., and Sec., Hi-Y,
Assemblies, Football, Most
Valuable Back, Basketball,
Sr. Yell Leader, Hi-Y, Men's
Tri-Hi-Y, GAA, FBLA, FHA,
House of Rep., Jr. Boys' Ath.
Mgr., Knights, Hi-Y, Quill 8.
Scroll, Redcat Assoc. Sports
Ed., Litoria, Bond, Swing Band,
Soph. play, Jr. Review, Foot-
ball, Basketball, Track Mgr.
Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, Mixed Chorus,
Aeolian Club, Band, Intramur-
Jr. Pres., Sr. Sgt. ot Arms, CSF
Pres., Knights, Quill 8- Scroll,
Redcat, Litoria Bus. Mgr.,
Band, Swing Band, Soph. play,
Student Court Chief Justice,
Jr. Review, House of Rep,
Sopn. ploy, Track, Art Club.
Intramural, Bank of America
Knights, Cadets, Assemblies.
FFA Reporter, Band, Assem-
blies, Baseball Mgr., FFA
Award, Calif. Banker's Award,
ASB Treas., Tri-Hi-Y, GAA
Rec. Sec., FBLA, Quill 81 Scroll,
Redcar, Liforia, Aeolian Club,
Head Maiorelte, Jr. Review,
Assemblies, i958 Carton Prin-
cess, Inrramural, COP Honor
Chorus, Prom Gen. Chr., Sr.
Scouts, FHA Soc. Ch., Song
ASB Comm. of Welfare, CSF,
Knighls, Science 81 Mal'h Club,
Assemblies, Baseball, Basker-
ball, Track, Athlefic Awards,
Seal Bearer, House of Rep.,
Bank of America Award
Fresh. Girls' Afh. Mgr., Jr. Yell
Leader, GAA Pres., Sr. Scouts
Treas, Tri-Hi-Y Treas., FHA,
Aeolian Club Pres., Mixed
Chorus, Assembles, Girls'
Lcaguc lnlhafion Ch.
GAA, FHA, Aeolian Club Sec.,
Treas,, Mixed ChOrus, Band,
FHA, FBLA, Band, Intramural.
Hi-Y, Arr Club, Mixed Chorus,
Band, Swing Band, Pep Band,
Assemblies, Football, C OP
Rerlcal, Liforia Photographer,
Assemblies, Soph. Play, Swim-
ming, Block F.
Mixed Chorus, Band, Swing
Eand, Pep Band, Assemblies,
COP Honor Band and Chorus,
Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, Band Treas.,
Girls' League Sec., Banner
Black F, AV Sgr. at Arms., Hi-
Y, Football Outslanding Line-
man, Stage Crew, Bank of
Hi-Y, Band, Swing Band, Jr.
Review, Drama Play, Assem-
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RAYMOND AGUAYO - Football,
ALFRED BLANCAS - Football, Basketball, Track, Athletic awards.
DENNIS GREEN - Cadets.
MARY LOU HEREDIA -
JAY LORRIE -
FELIX MARTINEZ -
LEROY McCLEARY - Transfer from Kingsburg in Sr. year.
VINCENT McNAMARA - Transfer from San Joaquin Memorial
in Sr. year, Student Court, Science 8- Math Club.
.-Senior Dress-Up Day proved to be most successful this year as
is demonstrated by these two winners: Linda Eubanks, most
original, Ron Kazarian, most comical.
2.-Sylvia Smith seems satisfied with her announcement order taken
by Alden Kamikawa, as Linda McGlaughlIn writes up a calling
card order for Eddie Sarkisian.
3.-Shades of George and Martha Washington are depicted by
Alden Kamikawa and Janie Nakagawa, who were iudged the
best couple at Dress-Up Day.
BOB OCHOA -
CECIL ROGERS -
SYLVIA S. SMITH - FHA, Band, Assemblies, Art Award, Intramural
Bank of America award.
HENRY SUBIA -
EDWARD VARGAS - Football, Track, Basketball, captain, Baseball
Athletic awards, Mixed Chorus,
FLORENCE ZAVALA -- Transfer from Selma in Soph. year.
4.-Hitomi Arasuna, Margie Miyasaki, .and Jane Horii, best char-
acter portrayal, donned beautiful Japanese costumes as their
5.-"Good morning, dear teacher," an original song by Eddie Sar-
kisian, started oft Mr. HuntIey's Senior Problems' class with a
musical note on student teaching day.
Seniors Select Outstanding Personalities
lane Horin, Shigeru Tokubo
Lindo Eulmonks, Alden Komikowa
Don Wright, Sylvlo S. Smifh
Qon KGZGFIGD, Nancy Tcvtor
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UNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Russell Smith, boy's athletic
manager, Jim Carter, vice president, Paula Cox, yell leader: Stan Stairs,
resident. FRONT ROW: Norma Gonsalves, Girl's athletic manager,
arolyn I-lenclerson, lreasurer, Aimy Taniguchi, secretary.
JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS - BACK ROW: Anthony Garofoli,
Nancy Bowman, FRONT ROW: Mrs, Freda Rainey Phil Patino.
fNot in picture: Percy Stanton, Marion Whitel
uniors Shine In All ehool Activities
Rolling full steam ahead, the Junior Class clirnaxed their rigorous social schedule with the Jun-
ior-Senior prom which was enhanced by the theme, "Oriental Dream".
Other activities included on the calendar of events tor the class of '58 were slave day, the jun-
ior musical, and a junior assembly.
Under the guidance at President Stan Stairs, the members ofthe class worked together on foot-
ball and basketball concessions and attergame dances. Through these and other money making pro-
jects, the juniors raised their treasury to a point sufficient to create o dazzling prom tor the graduat-
Myron Kerbafan smiles wryly as he pays for the slave girls
whom he purchased at the Junior Slave Auction.
JUNIOR PROM CHAIRMEN - BACK ROW: J. Carter, R. Ahronian, P
Mason, M. Kazarian, MIDDLE ROW: A. Taniguchi, C. Hendersen, H. 5
Laloian. FRONT ROW: J. Stenfort, D. Price, C. Thuesen, J. lshkanian.
MISS BOWMAN'S HOMEROOM KANITA EKBERGJ - BACK ROW: D. Blair, J. Flores, R.
Ahronian, G, Frazier, J. Bedrosian, J. Carter, M. Franco, D. Burnside, J. Galvan. SECOND
ROW: E. Barsamian, R, Fuyrkawa, A, Fujikawa, G Franco, S. Cavazos, B. Biayney, FRONT
ROW: J. Garcia, A, Bulaich, M. Easter, P, Cox, F Adargaz, H. Deatherage, W. Anderson.
1Not in picture: I. Carmnna, M. Corrasco, C. Castaneda, J. Fields, M. Garcia, J, Garnerj
MR. STANTON'S HOMEROOM UOHN SAXONJ - BACK ROW: G Smoke, V. Simpson, V,
Rogers, S. Stairs, G. Whiteley, A, Rodrlquez, A, Sanchez, B Taylor. SECOND ROW: J. Valde7,
C. Vucovich, O. Sherman, L. Stewart, V. Rodriquez, FRONT ROW1 P. Turpin, C. Romero, J.
Takahashi, B. Srabian, J. Sienfort, A. Taniguchi, C. Thuesen, J. Wilson, iNot in picture: N.
Rodriquez, L. Romero R. Scott, A. Vargas, P, Whittenburgj
MR. GAROFOLVS HOMEROOM UAMES
DEAN! - BACK ROW: C. Lanningham, J.
Heredia, D. Jones, S. Graham, R, Karle, B,
Gerber, W. Krueger, G. Krueger. SECOND
ROW: L. Gonzales, M. Johnson, H. Horil
F. Hashimto, M, Kazarian, G. Hamp, H
Laloian, T. Hernandez. FRONT ROW: J
Gibson, C. Henderson, N. Gonsalves, J.
Ishkanian, L. Hobart, B. Hiyama, W. Law-
rence. iNnt in picturei V. Gomez, J. Goo-
gooian, V. Heredia, R. Jenson, I. Lopez.J
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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Jim Artrip, boys'
othietic manager, Joyce Artrip, girls' yell leaderg Lynn
Fuiui, buns' yell Ieodeig Ken Yoshimoto, president, Ann
Puaua, secretary FRONT ROW: Tamara Nielsen, vicef
president, Joyce Toyocla, treasurer, Helen Block, girls'
Leaving their title of "Lower Classmen"
behind, the sophomore class has finally reach-
ed the realm of being among the upper-cIoss- y
The highlight of their eventful year was
the selecting and receiving of their class rings.
They also have lett a memorable trail of ath-
etic and scholastic awards, as well as many
activities such as dances and parties.
The Class of i960 looks forward with anti-
:ipotion to the eventful year ahead of them as
SOPHOMORE SPONSORS - BACK ROW: Ethel Roasn'
Conxursc. FRONT ROVV' Tom McConnell, Alice Blczynf
L ophs Reach Halfway s ark
Mr. Hobson carefully fries sample rings on Joyce Tdyodo so
she may be assured of a perfeci fit before she gives her ring
order fo Ann Fuqua.
fgirls?l, B. Eubanks, T. Nielsen, and J. Toyoda, when they pi
The Sophomore assembly was highlighted by these
formed their hilarious GOOP dance,
MR. McCONNELL'S HOMEROOM IRICKIE NELSOND - BACK ROW: R. Kazarian, D. Maul,
P. Orphan, R. Pisor, T. Kazarian, Pahoogian, R Mayebo, MIDDLE ROW: T. Kerby, B. Oros-
C0, E. Mathews, G. Mooyartian, H. Peralta, R. Krikorlan, B. Morrill. FRONT ROW: S. Nie-
rneyer, T. Nielsen, K. Omland, E. Kirby, A. Nahigian, M. Nakamura, C. Mallory, lNot in
picture: R. Portillo, J. Kincaid, J. Lopez, E. Perez, M. Perez, P: Marshall, R. Moreno, I. Mu-
noz, R. Ochoa, M. Pulidol
MISS BLAYNEY'S HOMEROOM IELVIS PRESLEY! - BACK ROW: J. Garcia, J. Grilalva, L:
Fupii, R. Haller, R. Honda, G. Goshgarian, F. Galvan, M. Harlan, L. Harris. MIDDLE ROW: P.
Gomez, J. Galvan, M. Flowers, M. Hurado, N. Harper, B. Jones, A. Flores, J. Hall, D. Gobel.
FRONT ROW: M. Gonzales, B. Goble, A. Fuqua, J. Feaver, F, Fijikawa, L. Hall, L. Ikeda,
J: Guerra. lNot in picture: C. Gonzales, P, Hanna. A: Hughcy, K. Jeffcrys, E. Griffin.l
MISS ROOSMAN'S HOMEROOM lROCK
HUDSONI - BACK ROW: D. Alfaro, G.
Cornell, J. Artrip, D. Barnes, R. Bagdasar-
ian, E, Abernathy, J. Beltran, V: Bedrosian.
MIDDLE ROW: P. Chambers, H: Cain, J
Artrip, R. Castaneda, M. Butler, O. Avila,
A. Blancas, M: Coleman, G. Dykes. FRONT
ROWt R. Blancas, J, Dayis, A, Ellis, N.
Deatherage, S. Bank, M. Brandon, H.
Black, N. Brown. lNot in picture: B. Bel-
tencourt, P. Burns, A. Capozzi, B. Eu-
Lynn Fuiii, Paul Orphan, Ted Kazaricn, Joe Soghomonion, and
Ronnie Kazorion cut o "cool" can-can at the Sophomore As-
-Dennis Maul m.c.'s the Sophomore Production.
MR. WARMACK'S HOMEROOM KPAT BOONE? -
BACK ROW: B. Warren, M. Zunuga, R. Rebensdorf, R,
Stork, J. Soghomonian, T. Sirnonion, T. Thompson,
K. Yohimofo, R. Sokamoto. MIDDLE ROW: B. Vargas,
, M. Tokubo, L. White, M. Rodriquez, E, Ramirez, G.
Vafquez. FRONT ROW: H. Torres, J. Toyoda, L.
Whife, M. York, C. SchmndT, M. Sherman, M. Square.
lNot in picture: C. Walker, B, Sande-IH
3.-Assembly snaps also caught Joy Artrip in o pantomime.
4.-Ken Yoshimoto, Jim Artrip, Judy Hull, and Sherry Bank sell
"goodies" at the Sophomore concession.
5.-Sophomore Dance found many studenfs enioying the music.
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FRESHMEN ZOOM TO FLYI 1 TART
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS - BACK ROW' Ron Peters, vice president, FRESHMAN SPONSORS - Lefford Huntley, Keith Drauqhon, Mrs. Muriel
Gary Darling, president, Arbary Robinson, yell leader, Ricky Valdez, Miller, Alfred Leal, John Pereira.
Boy's athletic manager, Ruby Montoya, girl's athletic manager, Joyce
Kasparian, secretary, Diane Craig, treasurer, Joanne Paboojian, yell
With fond memories of initiation behind them, the freshman class not only leave a fine record
of activities but show great potentiolity of becoming excellent sophomores next year.
Under the motto "Today we follow, tomorrow we lead", the class of l96l hos finally emerged
from their lowly title of scrubs.
Using the orchid as their flower and blue and silver as their colors, the freshmen held o suc-
cessful dance and assembly. They also have done their share in upholding the tradition that the
freshmen must decorate the goal posts and clean the field after each football game.
Freshman girls frolic at initiation after being re-
quested to "make out" with a broom. Barbara Sou-
za, Karen Kamikawa, and Elaine Fitsgerald.
MR. PEREIRA'S HOMEROOM CSAL MINEOD - BACK ROW: J. Bynum, P. Currier, R. Denham,
N. Atchley, G. Darling, P. Franco, A. Easter, F. Corillo, E. Deatherage, F. Carrasco. MIDDLE
ROW: J. Beltran, F. Bagdosarian, A. Vargas, K. Eckman, B. Edwards, M. Delgado, C. Elias, P.
Bettericourt, A. Duncan. FRONT ROW: J. Doyle, E. Fitzgerald, M. Bagdasarian, J. Biggerstaff,
V. Easley, C. Cornell, K. Burns, D. Craig, V. Bagdasarian, D. Castillo. lNot in picture: A.
Avila, B. Bradford, J. Cain, T. Cayazus, D. Contreras, W Cowings, J. Flanigan, K. Blanchettej
MR. DRAUGHON'S HOMEROOM KTAB HUNTERJ - BACK ROW: J. Smith, R. Reyes, R. Salinas,
K. Schmall, C. Powell, D. Pahooiian, F. Muller, V. Pursell, R. Rutledge, B. Nielsen, R. Mirigian.
MIDDLE ROW: J. Rogers, A. Robinson, R. Peters, J. Simonian, E. Square, E. Robles, D. More-
no, E. Portillo, R. Subia, E. Morill FRONT ROW: S. Nix, J. Sham, J. Paboojian, R. Montoya
F. Solomon, B. Souza, M. Price, B. Munoz, K. Pope, M. Ramirez. lNot in picture: T.Munoz, D
Robles, G. Sandell, M. Smitlwl
MR. HUNTLEY'S HOMEROOM KLITTLE
RICHARDJ - BACK ROW: J. Lopez, J.
Laikam, R. Henderson, R. Maul, B. Kin-
caid, D. Krikorian, M. Kerbajian, M. Mar-
tinez. MIDDLE ROW: G. Gomez, D. Hill,
J. Howlett, M. Kcvorkian, J. Kasparian, D.
Kawano, K. Kamikawa, G. Lucero, R. Her-
nandez FRONT ROW: J. Gutile, P. Garner,
M. Lott, J. Jensen, B. Gong, J. Hashizume,
M. Meyia, R. Lopez. lNot in picture: A. Go-
mez, L. Hurtado, R. Leyya, l. Lovatos, B.
Ibarra, R. Lopez, M. Gutierrez, S. McCIea-
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Litoria Staff Gathers Pictorial Memories
'ORIA EDITORS AND SPONSOR - Linda McGIaughlin, Lindo Eubanks, Miss
LITORIA BUSINESS MANAGERS - Alden Kamikawa, Eddie Sar
"Fowler High NEWSSTANDH, the theme of this year's Litoria, presents in the form of maga
zines an accumulation of colorful events ofthe l957-i958 school year. The staff worked hard and
met the deadline for publication with the help of their sponsors, Ethel Roosman and Cameron Woods.
They were careful not to omit even the tiniest event in their efforts to assure a complete record
for students and teachers alike.
LITORIA STAFF - BACK ROW STANDING: G. Sakamoto,
C. Woods, sponsor, G. l-lamp R Shabazian, J. Stenfort,
J Ivtonls, N Tartef, P. Mason, P. Craig, R. Stark, J. Pa-
boollan, H. Lalolan. FRONT ROW SEATED: S. E. Smith, V.
Krikarian, D. Moarieyham
FOGRAPHERS - Stove Weinberg, Harold LalOio .
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FI ST AND SECOND SEMESTER EDiTORf ... BACK ROW' C. Woods, SDOHSOVI J' Moryis, ,
G.RHamp, V. Krikorian D. lxiwoneyhrim. ,FRONT ROW' J. Stentort, H. Laloian, P. Craig, REDCAT BUSINESS MANAGERS - Gerald Hamp
s. E. smith. QW MUSOH
REDCAT STAFF - BACK ROW: E.
Roosman, sponsor, G Sakamoto, R.
Stark, R. Shabazian, A. Kamikawo,
D. Maul S. Weinberg. FRONT ROW:
L McGIauahIin, L. Eubanks, J, Pa-
boopan, N. Tartar, E. Sarklsian.
Redcat Taps, News For A B
Busily writing stories and making heads are some of the activities of the journalism students
which keep them "jumping" in Room l9. Fridays are an exception to this, for that is the day they
take lite easy and merely cut their stories out, file them in their string books, and start next week's
Page editors are new additions to the Redcat Review this year, This makes publishing the
paper a much more simple job. First semester editors were: Joe Monis, Harold Laloian, June Stentort,
and Pat Craig.
Second semester editors were Sylvia E. Smith, Virginia Krikorian, Delores Monneyham, and
Gerald l-lamp who accepted their jobs willingly and successfully published ci Redcat every week there
Doing a fine job of photography with the New Polaroid Land Camera were Dennis Maul d
Harold Laioian. Steven Weinburg served as photographer for the lst semester with Stan Stairs as his
BAND BRIGHTE S SCHOOL PIRIT
SAND - BACK ROW' I. Fuqua, J. Haro P. Chambers, T. Noka- V. Ramirez, R. Karle. SECOND ROW: J Wise, V. Delgado, V. Bog-
mura, R. Kazarian, R. Honda, R. Mayebo, T. Souza, FOURTH ROW: dasarian, M, Wilson, S. Nix, A. Heredia, M. R0driquez, S. Covflzos,
D. Pabooiian, L. Neramian, J, Easley, J. Garner, J. Biggerstaff, B. G. Franca, R. Wilson, M, Franco, FIRST ROW: L, Harris, B. OrQsco,
Gobel, A. Ellis, J, Wilson, S. E. Smith. THIRD ROW: G. Krueger, C. N, Watts, B. Moreno, W. Krueger, B. Gerber. lNot in picture: J. Ra-
Poweli, J. Oknmura, M. Smith, D. Hill, R. Tsuchiguchi, D. Pursell, mirez, J. Flores, Barsamiaryl f
Working diligently on their effective, heart-warming musical productions, the Fowler Hi Band,
under the direction of Earl Powell, has kept "music in the air" during the school year.
The bcind is to be commended for doing such a wonderful iob in promoting school spirit. They
participated in the Fowler Fall Festival Parade and in the Veteran's Day Parade in Fresno, They also
did a very impressive job of representing Fowler at the All VVestern Band Review in Long Beach and
at the Music Festival in Clovis. P
MARCHING - The Fowler Band steps off in time for the Fowler Fall Festival Parade.
Band Director, Mr. Earl E. Powell
YELL LEADERS - Paulo Cox, Pof
Craig, Vlrgumo Krikorion,
PEP GIRLS - Dec Neccc Kondornon,
Josie Gorcuo, Jeanette Pobooplon,
Chlsfine Thuescn, Joyce Ishkonlon.
Vim and Vigor
MAJORETTES - Peggy Turpin, Den-
vo Prncg, Inez Carmono, Lilo H0-
bort, Vnckie Simpson, Nqnqy Tm-
tor, Head Majorefte.
any W 'V
BOYS' CHORUS - BACK ROW: R. Bynum, B. Haller, B, Morrill, P.
Betencourt, J. Beltran, R. Moreno, J. Lopez, J. Griialva. THIRD ROW:
A. Hughey, E. Cowings, D. Hanna, T, Thompson, B. Nix, E. Var-
gas, R. Sherman, M. Vasquez. SECOND ROW: E, Hernandez, T.
AEOLIAN CLUB - BACK ROW: M. Flowers, J. Srabian, M. Me-
iia, L. Hcrcclia, M. Butler, A. Fry, L. Marshall. THIRD ROW: M.
Robinson, M, Hurada, M. Easter, M. Puiido, L. Pettigrew, S. Kirby,
W. Lawrence, Miss Blayney, director. SECOND ROW: E. Robles, J
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Thompson, F, Torres, A. Avila, R. Lopez, B. Levya, D. Gobel, A.
Vargas. FRONT ROW: H. Peralta, R. Smith, H. Cain, B. Rebcns-
dorf, G. Moorvartian, G. Mathews, P. Hanna.
Davis, I. Munoz, A. Rivera, A. Heredia, K. Valdez, l. Delgado,
FIRST ROW: V. Gomez, A. Robles, H. Torres, E, Munoz, I. Andrade,
R. Vasquez, H. Oakley, L. Romero.
Music Makers Combine to Provide Entertainment
Among the choral groups awarded excellent ratings at the Clovis Music Festival this year were
two Fowler High groups, the Aeolian Club, composed entirely ot young women, and the Men'S Chorus.
Under the most capable and expert leadership of Miss Alice Blayney, the students worked
long and hard to make the Christmas Pageant a complete success. Following the pageant, the music
department presented the annual Spring Concert and participated in the Junior Musicial.
GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS - BACK ROW:
J, Wise, sec.: A. Fuqua, soph rep., Miss M.
White, sponsor, V. Delgado, sr. rep., C.
Henderson, treas. FRONT ROW: R. M, Lo-
pez, frosh. rep., A. Bulaich, jr. rep., V.
Madsen, pres. CNot in Picture: J. Nakaga-
wa, y. pres.i
MAYFAIR COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN - FRONT ROW: Virginia
Krikorian, Army Taniguchi, Denva Price, Christine Thuesen.
BACK ROW: Janie Nakagowa, Vicki Madsen, Carolyn Hender'
son, Nancy Schult. lNot in picture: Nancy Tartari
Many activities lined the calendar ot the
i958 Girls' League Organization.
Vicki Madsen, counselled by Miss White,
led the girls through such annual events as
Twirp Season, Frosh Initiation, and Blossom
Day. The Big and Little Sister program assured
the underclassmen of ioining the fun,
Mayfair, the feature attraction of the year,
carried out the theme "Around the World in
80 Minutes." lt was held in connection with
public school's week and included a program,
concessions, and o dance.
Vicki Madsen, Girls' League president, presents the prizes for the
Blossom Day winners to Miss Roosman, faculty, Peggy Turpin, mode
by herself Gretchen Boyer, purchased dress, and Mary Louise Wilson,
mode by someone else.
Festivities Galore Featured By Girls' League
TRI-HI-Y - BACK ROW: J. Artrip, G. Muller, J. Tiller, V. Easley Gonsalves, chap., G. Franca, P. Turpin, sec., J. Paboojian, pres., D.
R. Guerra, L. Heredia, D. Mooneyham, N. Tartar, P. Craig, R. Mon- Johnson, v. pres., J. lshkanian, L. Eubanks, V. Krikorian, L. Mc-
toya, D. Craig, J. Paboojian, T. Nielsen, E. Kirby, B. Eubanks, B, Glaughlin, G. Boyer, E. Fitzgerald. FRONT ROW: P. Cox, D. Price, C,
Edwards, M. Butler, K. Valdez, treas., I. Delgado, R. Robinson. Vucovich, B. Machado, J. Kasparian, K. Burns, D. Kandarian, B.
THIRD ROW: J. Biggerstatt, S. Nix, J. Shamshoian, B. Munoz, J, Jen- Souza, M. Bagdasarion, L, White, B. Maxwell. tNot in picture: Miss
sen, W. Lawrence, D. Pursell, J. Stentort, V. Simpson, L. Franco, E. Blayney, sponsor, M. Brandon, J. Wise, G. Smoke, M. Rodriguez, J.
Aubuchon, M. Lott, S. Kirby, C. Thuesen, E. Peralta, M. Easter, Mrs. Takahashi, S. Kirby, E. Munoz, A. Heredia, P. Garner, M, Turner,
Ehrlich, sponsor. SECOND ROW: M. Price, C. Castillo, T. Romero, N. W. Anderson.
Boy-Girl 'Tv Clubs Strengthen Christian Character
The past year has been a most comendable one for the Fowler High "Y" Clubs. Under the
direction ot Jeanette Paboojian, president, and Miss Alice Blayney and Mrs. Elva Ehrlich, sponsors,
the Tri-Hi-Y initiated many activities ot service to the community.
Looking toward the lighter side, the club held a Mother-Daughter potluck and several recrea-
tional meetings with neighboring school clubs.
The Hi-Y, headed by President Stan Stairs and Sponsor Lefford Huntley, undertook the task ot
improving various school facilities. They also participated in the recreational meetings with the Tri-
Concluding each meeting, members joined together in the benediction and each ot them was
reminded of the true meaning of the clubs through their motto, "Pure Thoughts! Pure Words! Pure
I-Y - BACK ROW: N.
otts, D. Barnes, T. Kazar- X
n, T. Munoz, J. Carter M.
anco, R. Smith, D. Mar-
1ez, B, Arozco, F. Sanchez,
Orphan. THIRD ROW: J.
iikam, G. Darling, B. Nix,
Valdez, J. Bedrosian, D.
eters, treas.j S. Stairs, pres.,
Wright, M. Kazarian,
un. rep.: K. Paboojian, L.
intley, sponsor. SECOND
JW: H. Cain, B. Laikam, D.
Jul, A. Easter, V. McNa-
Jra, D. Peters, G. Kazar-
1, V. Bedrosian, sec.: P.
Json, v. pres., J. Sogho-
Jnian, L. Yeramian. FRONT
JW: P. Cox, G. Whiteley,
un. rep., R. Rodriguez, G.
imp, J. Monis, G, Sokamo-
R. Kazarian, J. Fuqua,
Kazarian. tNot in picture:
Rodriguez, A. Robinsonj,
Honor Societies Encourage
Students to Excel
A candlelight ceremony which took place after the
first semester was the scene of the induction of the new
Quill and Scroll members.
The activities of the organization were trips to press
Conferences and the annual spring picnic.
The bookworms ofthe California Scholarship Federa-
tion refused to be call "egg-heads" as they took ample
time off from their studies to participate in the many
activities cf their club.
Some of the activities were CSF conferences, a party
for the seniors, a pot-luck dinner, and the annual week-
end trip to San Francisco. Following the trend that is
sweeping the nation toward better grade standard, the
CSF raised its entrance points from eight to nine points
QUILL AND SCROLL - BACK ROW: standing: P. Mason,
E. Sarkisian, l-i. Laloian, A. Kamikawa, J, Stenfort, Miss
Roosman, sponsor. MIDDLE ROW: seated: G. Hamp, J.
Mcnis, Mr. Woods, sponsor, G, Sakamoto, N. Tartar, R.
Shabazian, L. lvlcGlaughlin, V. Krikorian, P. Craig, J.
Paboojian, D. Mooneyham, S, E. Smith, front on floor:
Pat Craig and Linda Eubanks present her with a Qi
and Scroll membership card and pen
Linda McGalughIin seems to be getting the works
Glenn Nakaguchi chews his bubblegum while present-
ing an enioyable pantomime at the CSF assembly.
CSF - BACK ROW: C. Henderson, A. Tanaguchi, R.
Ahronian, S. Stairs, P. Mason, lst sem. v. pres., A. Ka-
mikawa, G, Goshgarian, T. Nakamura, L. Fuii, E. Ara-
suna, C. Powell, 2nd sem. v. pres. MIDDLE ROW: B. Hi-
yima, R. Tsuchiguchi, B, Gobel, J. Stenfort, 2nd sem. sOC.
ch., A. Ellis, J. Toyoda, F. Fuiikawo, M. Nakamura, M.
Tokubo, G. Nakaguchi, S. Tokubo, T. Gong, lst sem.
treos., 2nd sem, pres., J. Berg, 2nd sem. treas. FRONT
ROW: A. Fuqua, lst sem, soc. ch., 2nd sem. sec., S. E,
Smith, J. Pahoojian, H. Laloian, lst sem. pres., IL. Mc-
Glaughlin. lsi sem, sec., 2nd sem. soc. ch., V. Krikorian,
lst som. soc. ch., D. Johnson, M. Brandon, S, Nix, J.
Ckamura, Mrs. M. Miller, sponsor.
A.V. CLUB. - BACK RONN: T, Nakamura, D. Mcrigiari, P, Whitten-
berg, M. Harlan, R. Kazarian, V. Krikorian, D. Mooneyham, D.
Wright, T. Simonian, E. Suikisian, l-I. Laloian, F. Galvan, R. Kriicor-
tan, G. Mooavaitirni. SECOND ROWt Mr Draughon, sponsor, M. Mi-
yasnaki, J. Horii, H Arasuria, F. Fugilfawa, M. Nakamura, G. White-
'y, i-l. Horii, E. Nakaguyhi, A. Kamiknwa, F. Hashimoto. FRONT
ROW: J. Feaver, T. Nielsen, l. Stonfort, M, Price, B. Souza, M. Bag-
dascrian, E. Maxwell, B. Machado, J. Hull, J. Nakagawa. iNot in
pctxiie: R. Merigiani
Cametramen Forge Ahead in Year of 57-58
Under the leadership of president Tad Nakamura and sponsor Keith Draughon, the Audio-
Visual Club has continued to be an active organization at Fowler High.
By enlarging the membership, the club was able to take part in numerous activities. Among
them were a car wash, l'lallowe'en party, picnic, the annual trip to Santa Cruz, and a reunion dinner
which also served as the club's Christmas party.
Because of the short lunch period, the AV Club was unable to present many noon films One
outstanding motion picture shown, however, was the Academy Award winning "Mr. Roberts."
Learning how to run a movie projector in the Audio-Visual Club are H. Horii, V.
Krikorian, E. Scrkisiun, D. Mooneyham, H. Arasuna, J. Horii,
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:A - BACK ROW: J. Rogers, J. Galvan, R. Rebensdorf, F. Galvan, J. Galvan. T. Nalian, T. Souza, D.
'right, R, Petrillo, R. Srnith, Mr. Stanton. SECOND ROW: M. Franco, sec., D. Blair, treas,j R. Pendergrass,
nfinel, J. Fuqua, pres., R. Sherman, V. pres., D, Jones, reporterj M. Johnson, C. Rogers. THIRD ROW: L.
3rd, K. Schmall, F, Bagdasarian, B, Kincaid, J. Simonian, R. Maul, lf. Young. CNot in picture: R. Mirigian,
Bagdasarian, A, Capozzi, E. Hernandez, B. Sandell, C. Smith, D. Petersj
The art of hog raising comes naturally for star
farmer, Tony Souza. Proof of this is the five out-
standing hogs shown here.
Future .Farmers Stud F ur, Fowl, and Farm
"Furthering Activities in Agriculture" has indeed proven to be a suitable motto for the FFA
this past year.
Tony Souza and Jim Fuqua traveled to Chowchilla to sweep first and second places respectively
in the Fresno-Madera Section Co-op Quiz.
Under the capable supervision of Mr. Stanton, advisor, and Jim Fuqua, president, the club
has been to almost every fair and livestock judging contest in California. The Cow Palace was visited
in the spring and provided a thrill for the boys as they saw their animals judged and sold.
ln addition to farm activities, the FFA, in collaboration with the FHA, put on a very success-
FHA - BACK ROW: M. Brandon, J. Feaver, L. Romero, T. Nielsen.
B Eubanks, V. Adamo, C. Vela, V. Simpson, P. Turpin, E. Aubu-
chon, P. Cox, Mrs. Ehrlich, sponsor. THIRD ROW: J. Nakagawa, M.
Miyasaki, A. Ncihigian, A. Heredia, V. Heredia, L. Heredna, R. Guer-
ra, R. Vasquez, K. Valdez, L. Franco. SECOND ROW: C. Castillo, H.
Arasuna, V. Delgado, E. Peralta, L. Eubanks, Pres, J. Paboojian
Sec., J. lshkanian, D. Johnson, historian, D. Mooneyham, S. Smith.
FRONT ROW: T. Romero, E. Munoz, V. Krikorian, Vice-Pres., L.
McGlaughlin, Program Chairman, N. Tartar, song leader, G. Boyer,
treas., D. Kanclarian, C. Thuesen, C. Bank, L. White.
Future Homemakers Learn Household Traits
Under the capable leadership of President l.-inaa Eubanlfs and Sponsor Mrs. Elva Ehrlich, the
Future Homemakers of America have Carried out their motto, "Toward New Horizons."
Having several cake sales, presenting another well-received assembly, raising money for the
March of Dimes, sponsoring a Valentine dance, holding a candlelight ceremony for new members, and
giving a mother-daughter banquet were just a few of the many activities accomplished by this club.
All in all, each FHA member has learned to appreciate the joys and satisfactions of homemak-
ing, thus contributing to the true purpose of the club.
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Riding in the Fall Festival Parade in the beautifully decorated F.H.A. car
ire: Virginia Krikorian, Gretchen Boyer, and Mrs. Ehrlich, sponsor.
c'Top Notchv tudents Support School
KNIGHTS AND LADIES - BACK ROW: D.
Peters, T. Nakamura, R. Kazarian, P, Mo-
son, B. Orozco, H. Laloian, K. Paboojian,
P. Cox, S. Tokubo, c0-chairman. MIDDLE
ROW: G, Nakaguchi, G, Sakarnoto, S.
Stairs, R. Ahronian, E. Sarkisian, R. Kazar-
lan, A. Kamikawa, J. Artrip, H. Black, T.
Nielsen, treas. FRONT ROW: A. Fuqua, C.
Henderson, L. McGIoughIin, C, Thuesen, V.
Krikorian, .l. Paboojian, J, ishkanian, sec.,
J. Fuqua, co-chairman, R. Shahbazian, J.
This year, with the newly adopted Student Court,
Fowler l-ligh's service organization, the Knights and La-
dies, have taken up the iob of being "policemen."
They have worked efficiently patrolling the halls and
cateteria, issuing citations to any student violating the
laws set up by the Court.
Completing a successful year as a service club, the
Senior Scouts have earned money through babysitting
and various concessions to finance their service projects.
Their activities included purchasing a new typewriter
for the Fowler Library, courtesy babysitting for the
March of Dimes dinner at Bruces Lodge, and assisting in
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SENIOR SCOUTS -- BACK ROW: S. Nix, K. Valdez, T. Nielsen, v. led.: Miss Rainey, sponsor. FRONT ROW: J. Horii, trees., B. Blay-
pres.: J. Feaver, L. White, J. Artrip, V. Madsen, H. Arasuna. MID- nov, C. Henderson, A. Tanigurhi, B. Hiyama, J. Okamura, G, Fran-
DLE RONV. V. Baqdclsririan, .l, Jensen, patrol lead., K. Oinianti, L co. Clslot in piitursr' S. Nahigiun, presq M. l3randon.J
llaedci, J. Toyoda, sec., B. Goble, patrol lead., J. Stentort, patrol
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Future Business Leaders Feature "Business Knowhowv
FBLA - BACK ROW: Mr. Converse, sponsor, E. Peralta, D. Kandarian, P. Craig, N. FBLA mcmbers strike a pretty pose in Mr. Woods'
Fartar, J. Paboojian, V. Kinkorian, L. Eubanks, G. Boyer, C. Thuesen, L. McGlaughlln, cor which they decorated for the Fowler Fall Festival
. Artrip. THIRD ROW: M. Pullao, G. Franco, W. Anderson, D. Pursell, J. Wilson, C. Parade.
fucovich, V. Adanie, C. Vela, J. lshkanlan, L. Wnite. SECOND ROW: A. Heredla, F.
Adargas, E. Munoz, treas.: V. Ramrrez, pres., H. Arasu-na, v. pres., S. Bank, L. Hall
X. Fujikawa, J. Garcla, sec. FRONT ROW: fvt. Rodrrquez, A. Contreras, P. Orphan, R.
iazarlan, J. Soghomanian, B Machado, G. Mul!er. INOt in Picture: P. Turpin, D. Price,
. Andrade, B. Eubanks, M. Roclriquezl
The Future Business Leaders ot America, under the experienced leadership of Mr. Ted Converse,
have completed their second full year in existence at Fowler High.
They have done their part in developing business interest among the students at Fowler High
by sponsoring the annual typing contest, and maintaining a business training bulletin board in the
Art Club Sketches New Ideas
The beauty at the stained-glass window used tor the winning entry of the decoration contest
at Christmas time was typical at the Art Club motto, "Art For Fun's Sake". The enjoyment received
by the artists from various activities proved that their success stemmed from the pleasure ot the mem-
The original pompoms, hat, and school banners sold as a money making project put them on
the road to an eventful year.
ART CLUB - BACK ROW: T. Munoz, N. Watts, sgt.-at-arms, Ar. Gomez, J. Lorrie, R, Wilson,
G. Schmidt, A. Contreras, S. Smith, M. Smith, J. Hull, Miss Rainey, sponsor, MIDDLE ROW:
C. Laningham, L. Marshall, L. Kzng, B. Machado, G. Muller, A. Kulikawa, S. Banks, M. Toku-
Moncy, money, money for the Art Club from bo, treas. FRONT ROW: E. Peralta, G. Guerra, C, Thuesz--n, V. Delgado, pres., J. Ishkanian, V.
the sale of pom-poms. These Art Club members pres., L. Eubanks, T, Nielsen, sec., B. Eubanks. fNot in picture: A. Fry, T. Hernandez, C
seem to be working industriously. Pope, F. Zazala, G, Kazarian, D. Price, D. Peters, M. Melia, M. Butlerl I
GAA - BACK ROW: M. Robinson, A. Taniguchi, J. Okamura, sec., Cox, N. Tartar, rec. sec., L. Eubanks, L. McGlauglhlin, V. Krikorian,
B. l-liyama, C. Hendersen, L. Heredia, J. Paboojian, J. Artrip, B. v. pres., R. Vasquez, R. Guerra. FRONT ROW: Miss Bowman, spon-
Maxwell, P. Turpin, V. Simpson, G. Franco, A. Fulikawa, V. Ramcriz. sor, S. Smith, L. King, A. Heredio, E. Munoz, P. Craig, D. Kandar-
MIDDLE ROW: A. Bulaich, treas., C. Castillo, K. Valdez, pres., P. ion, G. Boyer, T. Romero.
ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDED BY
MEMBERSHIP IN BLOCK F, GAA
The Girls' Athletic Association, under the sponsorship of Miss Nancy Bowman, has completed
a very successful year organizing and participating in intramural sports. Two of the outstanding
events of the GAA were the sock hop in the gym and the play day held at Fowler l-ligh.
The girls have done a very successful job of supporting the purpose of the GAA by promoting
a more general interest in sports, developing an understanding of true sportsmanship, and encourag-
ing girls to have a wide circle of interest.
The Block F has served as an incentive for the students to stimulate school spirit in athletics
this year. To be considered a Block F member, a boy must acquire a Varsity letter in any of the lead-
Cornelius Robinson and Joe Monis were the club's leaders, holding the offices of president
and vice president respectively.
BLOCK F - BACK ROW: B. Lucero, G. Saisamoto, F. HasF'Q1to, B. Laikam, E. Sar-
kisian, D. Wright, J. Maxwell, J. Carter, G. Galvin, R. Sn" Maul, P. Mason, V.,
McNamara, R. Kazarian. MIDDLE ROW: D. l-lanna, R. lilikawa, M. Kazarian, J.
Monis, D. Ramirez, G. Whiteley, S. Stairs, J. Bedrosian, B. Nix, D. Peters. FRONT .
ROW: T. Gong, E. Arasuna, D. Martinez, G. Kazarian, E. Vargas, B. Jackson, R, Ahron-
ion, E. Cowings, B. Orozco.
OUTSTANDING ATHLETES - BACK ROW:
Don Wright, Most Valuable Linemang Dan-
iel Ramirez, Most improved Player lBasket-
baill, Russell Smith, Most Improved Player
tFootbaIIl. FRONT ROW: Everett Cowings,
Most Valuable Player lBasketballl, Robert
Lucero, 20-30 All Stars fFootballl.
CADETS: BACK ROW: B. Moreno, R. Pisor, J. Garner, F, Echwabenland, R. Wilson, R. Scott, B..Tciylor, B.
Jensen. FRONT ROW: P, Chambers, R. Moreno, E, Griffin, C. Woods, sponsor, R. Munoz, F. Coria, G, Cor-
New Facilities Highlight Cadet Year
The Cadet Corp, although small in number this year,
made excellent progress towards becoming a "sharp"
unit. This year the cadets had Mr. C. E. Woods as their
The Cadet's biggest project was the repairing and
remodeling ot the house next to the football tield. This
was done to provide ci permanent headquarter building.
With the help of the PTA and the Board of Trustees the
Cadets were able to repaint, furnish, and decorate this
The Cadets have many constructive plans for the tu-
ture, including recruiting drives for next year's fresh-
P. Chambers, E. Griffin, R. Pisor, F. Corin, B. Taylor, B. Moreno a
having inspection of firearms.
E. Griffin, R. Pisor, Frank Coria and P. Cham-
bers ure seen receiving their promotions from B.
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VARSITY TEAM - BACK ROW: Coach J, Pereira, A. Blancas, S. dez, B. Nix, E. Barsamicn, J. Galvan. FRONT ROW: R. Smith, M
Stairs, J. Carter, J. Valdez, P. Mason, N. Watts, B. Laikam, E. Kazarian, C. B. Robinson, G. l-lamp, B. Orozco, D, Wright, P, Cox,
Gritfen, M. Cruz, D, Martinez, G. Whitely, B. Lucero, E, Cowings, D, Peters, G, Kazarian, J. Rameriz, J. Fuqua. lNot in picture - B.
Manager E. Arasuna. MIDDLE ROW: H, Subia, T. Nalian, J. Max- Jensen, V. Rogers, J. Garnerl
well, C. Lanningham, J. Bedrosian, J. Monis, R. Kozarian, E. Hernan-
ROUGH C.S.L. SCHEDULE FINDS VARSITY ELEVEN
NEAR THE TOP
Fowler's rampaging Redcats dropped their initial game of the 1957 season to Shaffer, 25-31,
but came back strongly in league play to compensate for the early loss. Under the masterful leader-
ship of Coaches John Periera and Robert Warmack, the Redcats spanked Tranquillity 20-6 in an easy
The first Central Sequoia League game resulted in a scoreless duel with Exeter which thrilled
all the gridiron fans. ln the traditional Fowler Fall Festival game, scatback Gerald Hamp lead the
'Cats' over highly vaunted Dinuba, 26-6, 'rallying three touchdowns.
In a tremendous struggle for CSL supremacy, FowIer's cross country rival, Kingsburg, halted
the Redcats 26-12 in a well fought bottle.
Angered by the previous loss, the Roaring Redcats roared loud by rambling over Selma, 26-
13, walloping Sanger, 46-21, and winding up their first season in the CSL by annihilating Lemoore,
Right hclfbuck, Ron Kazarlan, No. 10, fights
way for o good goin in a non-league game
FowIer's star halfback, Gerald Hump, No. 14, shakes ol
u Selma mon and scampers for a touchdown.
Grid Stars Depa1'tAfter
Sensational Seasonal Climax
hompson iumps high io grab an aerial for the Fowler B Team.
Arhry Robinson, star halfback fOr the Kittens, is finally
tackled after a 30 yard gain.
'Y League Games
KITTENS KILL SOME, COOLED BY OTHERS
B TEAM - RACK ROW: E. Young, R. Lienham, K. Pabooiian, CJ. E. Vargas, G. Sakamoio, F. Galvan, H. Cain, T. Thompson, R. Kazar
Frazier, T, Simonian, D. Maul, D. Barnes, R. Pisor, B. Cowungs, L. ian, F. Hashimoto, Manager J. Galvan. FRONT ROW: T. Vela T
Thompson, M. Franco, J. Soghornonian, P. Orphan, R, Ahronian, D. Nakamura. R. Fujikawa, R. Wilkins, R. Peters, V. Bedros A
Pahooiian, L. Fuiii, Coach P. Patina, MIDDLE ROW: Coach A. Leal, Robinson, E. M0rriIl, R, Sakamofo, M. Kerbajian, R. Henderso
J. Laikam, G, Darling, R. Muller, L. Lucero, R. Mlrigian, H. Mayebo,
B TEAM GAINS EXPERIENCE
B LINEUP - BACKFIELD: Quarterback, A. Rodriguez, Left Half, A. F. Galvanp Center, R. Ahronian, Left Guard, D. Maul, Left Tackle,
Robinson, Right Half, R. Mayebo, Fullback, K. Pabooiianj LINE- D. Paboojicin, Left End, D. Barnes.
MEN: Right End, L. Thompson, Right Tackle, L. Fujii, Right Guard,
Fowler's "never say die" Kittens wound up their season with a scant two wins and seven losses.
Although the Kittens didn't sparkle in the winning column, they received valuable experience for
the next year.
At the start of the season coaches Leal and Patina found themselves with a flock of inexperi-
enced players. In spite of this handicap, the Kittens were always able to put up a good battle even
though the odds were against them.
George Sakamoto, a senior, was the spark of the backfield, while freshman halfback Arbry
Robinson proved that he was an able ball carrier.
Eddie Vargas, Richard Ahronian, and Leon Thompson were the line standouts for the Kittens
Frank Hashimoto advances around end while line practices provid- GRADUATING B LETTERMEN -- Tad Nakamura, Eddie Vargas, Ge
ing protection. Sakanicfo.
VARSITY - BACK ROW: P. fviason, E. Cowings, B, Laikam, M. Cruz, FRONT ROW: J. Monis, C. Robinson, E. Vargas, J. Ramirez, A.
D. Ramirez, G. Whiteley, J. Garner, A. Capozzi, A. Duncan, Mgr. Blancas, P. Orphan. Coach Patina.
Varsity Highlights Season with Two Overtime Wins
The Fowler Redcat cagers, under the coaching of Mr,
Phil Patina, had some thrilling and exciting games this
season, playing three overtime games.
Fowler started oft slowly, but finished up faster, as
they lost some close games which could have gone either
way. Fowler beat Selma and Lemoore in two overtime
thrillers, but lost to Kingsburg in another overtime.
Everett Cowings captured the C.S.L. scoring title by
scoring 260 paints in l2 games for an average ot 2l.7
Joints per game. He also had an average of l5 rebounds
J game. Joe Monis also placed high in the C.S.L. scoring
:Incl was a top rebounder in many at the games played
Pete Mason shoots a free throw as some of the Redcat regulars prepare
1 rebound during practice.
Everett Cowings, this year's C.S.L. scoring leader, goes higt
for two points in the Lemoore game.
44 ....... Lemoore 48
42 . . . Kingsburg 46
64 . . . Selma 54
54 . . Dinuba 68
35 . . Exeter 53
57 . . Sanger 50
65 . . Lemoore 63
57 . . Kingsburg 66
65 . . Selma 59
73 . . Dinuba 78
48 . . . Exeter 80
53 . . . Sanger 54
B Cagers Add Excitement to School Activities
Fowler's B Kittens found it difficult to achieve victory
as they were placed in a new league, the strong Central
Sequoia League. lt consequently matched them with
taller opponents, the deciding factor in their debut for
The Kittens showed improvement as they clawed
within three or tour points oi victory in their final games
in their desperate uphill drive. Signs are that they should
become a formidable force in their second campaign next
year in the powerful Central Sequoia League.
George Sakamoto and Ernest Young go high to secure
u rebound from two Kitten opponents in the Kingsburg
TEAM - BACK ROW: T. Thompson, Mgr.: R, Hernandez, R. Stark, Cowings, T. Vorgas, D. Barnes, J Flores, D. Burnside, G. Sakamoto
Young, L. Thompson, H. Cain, Coach Huntley. FRONT ROW: B.
Leon Thompson is fouled in the pursuit of two Sanger players as John
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C, D HOOPSTERS ARE VARSITY REDCATS
C AND D BASKETBALL TEA
BACK ROW: A. Vargas, D. l-
Deatherage, V. Pursell R. Vald
Thompson, C. Walker, P. F
FRONT ROW: R, Hernande
Carlasco R. Stark, A. Varg
Bynum, Coach Huntley. lNat i
ture: K. Yoshimotoj
Raymond Stark, No. 10, leaps high to grab rebound from host of
diminuative cagers while Coach Huntley looks on.
The FUHS C team had a rather shaky season
this year in C.S.l.. competition. Although they did
not place too high in the loop, the C hoopsters un-
veiled several new and improved players such as
Ruben Hernandez, Raymond Stark, Anthony Var-
gas, and Ricky Valdez. The C team was under the
guidance of Coach Letforcl Huntley.
The D's emerged victorious in the new C.S.l..
loop with a well won championship. The back bone
of the team was centered around Thomas Thomp-
son ond Ernest Deatherage,
C team begins intcr-scrimmage with championship D team.
VARSITY BASEBALL - BACK ROW: Coach John Pereira, M '
agerg T. Souza, J, Galvan, H. Horii, F. Hashamoto, J. Carter, D. ROW: D. Hanna, G. Nakaguchi, G.
Ramirez, V. McNamara, M. Kazarian, Manager, E. Arasuma. FRONT ' '
Monis, R. Kazaria
Kazarian, B. Nix, S St J
H show their game
Pitchers, Frank Hashimoto, Dan Ramirez, and Dave anna,
winning form as they warm up for a CSL game.
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FowIer's varsity baseball team under the guidance of Skipper John Pereira, awarded the en
thusiastic baseball fans of Fowler a season deserving ot their praise.
The Redcat's possessed a strong pitching staff in David Hanna, Frank Hashimoto, and Dan
Ramirez, but lacked hitting power which has hampered the talented "diamond dustersf'
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Varsity Hitters Bat Away During Hard Schedule
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J.V. BASEBALL TEAM - BACK ROW: Coach Bob Warmack, D.
Martinez, E. Young, P. Orphan, D. Barnes, C Powell, J. Soghamon-
ian, Mgr. E, Morrill. MIDDLE ROW: L. Lucer A Robinson, H. Cain,
The Fowler High School Junior Varsity base-
ball team had a comparatively good season this
year, as they held up their end in the new C.S.L.
with a 2-4 record.
Among the team leaders were outfielder, Herb
Cain, pitcher, Ron Mayebo, and third baseman, Dan
Outfielder Herb Cain is showing sliding tech q e as D d Barnes
is ready to put the tag on him.
aboojian, R. Salinas, A. Duncan. FRONT ROW: P. Hanna, R
bo R Peters, D. Krikorian, T. Thompson.
THE JV SCOREBOARD
FOWLER O . . . WASHINGTON 5
FOWLER 2 . . . CENTRAL lO
FOWLER 2 . . . LATON 6
FOWLER 8 . . . SELMA 3
FOWLER ll . . . DINUBA 4
FOWLER 4 . . . SANGER l8
FOWLER 7 . . . EXETER 4
FOWLER O . . . SANGER h l6
FOWLER 2 . . , LEMOORE 9
FOWLER 9 . . . KINGSBURG 8
FOWLER 3 . . . KINGSBURG 2
FOWLER l . . SELMA lO
FOWLER 2 . . DINUBA l4
FOWLER l3 . . EXETER l
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VARSITY TRACK TEAM - BACK ROW: B. Orozco, A, Blancas, E. B. Jackson, D. Martinez, Coach Alfred Leal.
Cowings, J. Ramirez, R. Smith. FRONT ROW: J, Bedrosian, S. Stairs,
VARSITY SPRINTMEN PARTICIPATE IN MANY MEETS
FowIer's Varsity track team proved not too strong as the season progressed but Jack Bedros-
ian and Bob Jackson stood out as individual performers.
Bedrosian ran the sprints where he tied the schooI's lOO yard dash record with a time of 10.2.
Bob Jackson turned in some good times in the 880 yard run. Russel Smith ran the 440 and
broadjumped. This junior athlete could do anything well in track and field.
Everett Cowings and Stan Stairs were both hampered with muscle injuries but at the end of the
season they were able to participate. The Redcat team didn't win any trophies this season, but Fowler
was well represented.
Redcat Medley Team strides out in preparation for
West Coast Relays. B. Jackson, G. Hump, J. Bedrasian E. Jack Bedrosian and Stan Stairs are on their mark for
Cqwingg, the 'I00 vard dash.
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B TRACK TEAM - BACK ROW: T. Simoniain, L. Thompson, B. Rodriquez, G. Hamp, E. Vargas, T. Nakamura, R. Kazarian.
Cowings, L. Harris, L. Fujii, Coach Alfred Leal. FRONT ROW: A.
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Sprinter Gerald Hamp, distance runner Edward Vafgas, dhot put and discus heaver, Al
Rodriguez paced Fowler's 'small but nifty' Kittens for irldividucilxperformances. A
Speedy G. Hamp, who had a very successful season, swept both the l00 and 200 yard dashes
in the majority of the meets and broke Fowler's schooltrpcords with times of l0.2 and 20.0 respective-
ly in B class competition. X ,
Other outstanding performances. were made by Al Rodriguez. "Ed Vargas set a record in the
1320 yard race with a time of 3:29, breaking his olclwtime of',l3:30. Otherwisle, the B team had a medio-
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Gerald Hamp steps away from starting line as he practices ford,
he coming meets. i ,
AI Rodriguez shows good form in the discuss
C Tracksters Lack Experience, Passess Desire
Fowler's class C track team was comparatively weak in manpower this year, thus lacking the nec-
cessary talent to be of any dangerous competition in the larger track meets.
Senior lightning hurdler, Shigeru Tokubo, established a Fowler High School track and field rec-
ord by breezing to a l3.7 seconds in the l2O yard low hurdle race, eclipsing .6 seconds off his previous
record of l4:3 set last year as a Junior.
Another shining beacon for his individual performance was Gary Darling in the 660 yard race.
Otherwise, the C team were under par as compared to the championship teams of the past.
C TRACK TEAM - BACK ROW: Manager, B. Nielsen, A. Vargas, V. Bedrosian, J. Bynum, G. Darling, G. Gomez, A, Robinson, T. Vargas, E.
Abernathy, Manager. lNot in Picture: S. Tokubal
' Gary -Darling vaultslover th.e high iump with ease, as tall Distance runners, Alfred Vargas, John Bynum, Tony Vargas,
Billy Cowmgs watches his technique in the background. turn the cinders as they warm up for a speedy 660 yard race.
Fowler High's netters "tore up" the tennis
courts this year with a commendable six win,
seven loss record. Backed up by stalwarts Tom
Gong, Jack Maxwell, and Dan Burnside, the
team proved to be rugged competitors in the
Central Sequoia League. The Iuckless Redcats
lost nearly three-quarters of their league
matches by 4-3 margin.
The team has surely gained ten fold in
valuable experience, what it lost in actual
1958 TENNIS SCHEDULE
Feb. 2l - Roosevelt 5 2
March 4 - Washington 6 3
A March ll - Selma 3 4
A March i8 - Dinuba 3 4
' March 25 - Sanger 3 4
March 26 - Tranquillity 3 2
A March 28 - Kingsburg 2 5
A April 8 - Sanger 4 3
A April ll - Kingsburg 2 5
J' April l5 -- Selma 3 4
'A April l6 - Lemoore 3 4
A April l8 - Dinuba 4 3
April l9 - Central Union
' April - Lemoore 4 3
May - Divisional Meet
May - Central Section Meet
April 26 - League Meet
Top: Fowler High's tennis "racketeers" prepare fo embark for a
Bottom: Jock Maxwell "labs" the ball over the net, as Tom Gong
prepares to smash it, if it is returned.
TENNIS TEAM TOPS MANY RIV AL NETTERS
TENNIS TEAM - BACK ROW: Miss Bowman, Coachg E. Sarkisian, ROW: J. Okomura, A, Fuivikawa, B. Hiyama, J. Biggerstaff, A, Tana-
R. Ahronian, J, Maxwell, D. Burnside, M. Harlan, T. Gong. FRONT guchi, A. Bulaich, M. Miyasokl.
- Fowler at Dinuba
SWIMMING TEAM - BACK ROW: Coach
Lefty Huntley, Dennis Green, Bob Laikam,
Dennis Maul, Jim Laikam, Tom Simonian,
Russell Merigian, Ted Kazarian. MIDDLE
ROW: Ron Sherman, Russ Smith, Steve
Weinburg, Renko Tsuchiguchi, Helen
Black, Dennis Pabooiian, Russ Henderson,
Richard Fujikawa. FRONT ROW: Joy Ar-
trip, Beverly Maxwell, Carolyn Henderson,
Karen Burns, Shelly Nix, Tamara Nielson,
Judy Hull, Sherry Bank, Anita Ellis, Barba-
ra Gobel, Barbara Blayney.
Above - This group of girls seems anxious to begin practice for a coming meet.
Left - R. Smith, S. Weinburg, R. Fuiikawa, R. Sherman, and D. Maul, respond
to the gun shot as they begin a swift practice race.
- Kingsburg at Fowler May 3 - Sanger Invitational Relays at Sanger
- Fowler at Exeter May 6 - Sanger at Fowler
- Fowler at Selma May 9 - Central Sequoia League Meet at
- Lemoore at Fowler Exeter
- lnter-class Meet' May l7 - North Divisional Meet at Lindsay
May 24 - Valley Meet at Bullard
" Intramural Meet Results: Sophomores lst, Juniors, 2nd, Freshmen, 3rd, Seniors, 4th,
SWIMMERS SPLASH HARD TO FIND THEIR
SHARE OF SUCCESS
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'ractice In Female Phys. Ed
Top: Demonstrating why they were chosen to represent their
classes in the Posture Queen Contest are these six girls: N.
Tartar, J. Stenfort, M. Bagdasarian, M. York, N. Gonsalves, R.
Lopez, KNot in picture: H. Black.J
Center left: Budding Robinhoods? No, just twenty freshman
girls practicing their newly acquired skills.
Center right : Eleanor Munoz, Cora Vela, and Virginia Adame
get ready to swing under par on the FUHS Golfing Green.
Bottom: "Mine!" shouts M. York as she prepares to spike
the ball and earn a point for her side.
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l.-Pa, G. Hamp scolds son, H. Laloian for being a straight A the "Exit Laughing" skit.
student in "Why Johnny Can't Read". Poor Ma, C. Thuesen, 4.-Included in the program of festivities was a tribute to the
looks on. American Showgirl. Illustrating their glamorous lite are D. Kan-
2.-Brave white man, P. Mason convinces Indians, A. Taniguchi, J. darian, L. McGlaughIin, J. Garcia, P. Turpin, J. lshknnian, D.
Carter, and D. Blair that the white man is here to stay in skit Price,
entitled "Revenge of the Redman". 5.-"And it was only 55.95," says H. Laloian to his card mates, R.
3.-B. Blayney, V. Simpson, M. Kazarian, C. Thuesen, R. Ahronian, Ahronian, M. Kazarian, and D. Merigian during "It Men Played
and C. Henderson make a toast "to Tracy", L. McGlaughIin, in Cards as Women Do."
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juniors resent ear 5, op uszca .
"That's Entertainment" is depicted by these cheerful chorus Orozco, D. Kcndarian, P. Turpin. Front row: B. Blayney, J. Artrip,
members in the Junior Musical entitled, "Another Opening, Another T. Munoz, L. McGlaughlin, N. Wotls, B. Laikam, J. Pobooiian, K.
Show". Back row: D. Pricc, J. lshkanian, H. Cain, E. Vargas, D. Han- Valdez.
na, R. Kazarian, J. Nutt, C. Powell, R. Smith, E. Hernandez, B.
.V V ..-..- . .. ., . - M... .. s games,
Queen Linda McGlaughlin rides maiestically ata
beautiful float, which was prepared for her and her
ly attendants. They are from left to right, Queen I
Glenna Muller, Elaine Fitzgerald, Barbara Machado,
en Burns, Vicki Madsen, Helen Black, and Eloise Kil
FLEET FLOAT FARE WELL I FE TIVAL FU
Linda Eubanks stands stately as the
Statue of Liberty on the Junior-Senior float,
which took top honors in the High School
division at the Fowler Fall Festival Parade.
"Wine, Women, and Song" is portrayed
an the Freshman-Sophomore float, which
placed second in the parade. Jim Artrip
seems to be enioying the company of
Diane Craig, Ruby Montoya, and Judy
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-Sylvia Kirby is still stunned as Vicki Madsen, Girls' League Pres- 2.-Mayfair Queen Sylvia, seated with her happy court, smiles
ident, places upon her head, the crown that assures her ot her down on her subiects from her throne. Back row: G. Darling, S.
title as Mayfair Queen. Stairs, R. Kazarian, A. Kamikawa, K. Yoshimoto. Front row: J.
Kasparian, N. Martinez, Queen Sylvia, C. Vela, J. Hull.
Mayfair Activities Hilight Spring Semester
3.-Barbara Blayney sings a smooth song at the annual Mayfair 6.-"Malogania" a piano and bongo number by Nick Watts and
to please the audience. Nancy Tartar proved to be one of the most enioyable parts of
4.-"The Little Blue Man" and Joy Artrip, a most interesting novel- the program.
ty pantomine, merited applause. 7,-"LoIIypop, LoIlypop" sing J. Pabooiian, E. Kirby, C. Henderson,
5.--M. C. Dennis Maul seems to be pleased with the response he accompclniSt N. Tdrfdr, and 9- Price, 0 fdlenfed VOCGI QYUUP
received from one of his "funny" iokes. included in the Mayfair program.
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STUDENT COURT BACK ROW P M T G
- 2 . oson, . ong, G. Homp, S. Sarkisfcn, R, Ahronicn, J. Carter, G. Boyer, l, Toniguchi, A. Fuqua.
Stairs, M, Kazarion, J, lshkanian, FRONT ROW: T. Nakamura, E.
Justice Prevails Thru tuclent Court
Under the guidance ofthe student council, Fowler l-ligh's newly enacted student court has
had a very successful debut.
Although not many cases were brought to court, those cases that were tried have mode the
students realize the importance of good behavior.
An amendment to the constitution was passed earlier in the year, providing for the student
court. At first, many of the students were skeptical, but fair and impartial handling ot its activities
has convinced the student body that the court benefits the majority of the students.
Richard Shahbazian stands before Justice Eddie Sarkisian and
his associate iudges, Jim Carter and Richard Ahronian, to re-
ceive his sentence for throwing papers on the grass.
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4291 South Highway 99
V2 Mile South at Mal-aga
Congratulations to the Class of '58
Hardware 81 Appliances Furniture 81 Appliances
118 North 6th St. 2018 Second St.
Phone TEmpIe 4-2318 Fowler, Calif. Phone TWinoaks 6-2228 Selma, Calif.
School Supplies - Candies
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Congratulations to the Class of 1958
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To The Graduating Class Of 1958 . . . Our Sincere
All honor to you, graduates af l958, and all good wishes too.
We'd like to express our friendly congratulations on your
graduation . . . and our confidence that you will meet the
challenge of the tuture with success.
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A. T. Huxley, Advt. Mgr. Seico Hanashiro, Sports Editor
Lydia Valdez, Society Editor Julio Saenz, Pressman
Don Neumann, Linotype Opr. Charles Jackson, Printer
Pete Togami, Linotype Opr. Ernest Lastra, Helper
'- Compliments Congratulations To The Class Of '58
of Compliments Of
HEPPNER IRON 81 METAL CO.
' BRUCES LODGE
Phone Fresno ADams 7-4209 ' i
MALAGA, CALIF. FOWLER Telephone TEmple 4-9011
' Compliments Of I
Valley Fqundry 81
Machinery Works, Inc.
Engineers and Manufacturers
Troy Thompson and Tommie Kerby are measured
for their class rigigs by hegpfgfh Mrs Joe Iicidson.
Ann Fuqua appiy assists y i ing out or er anks. .
I l LEON S. PETERS, President
WESTERN BALFOUR '
Jos 5. Hooson .
320 West Walnut I
STOCKTONI CAUFGRNIA 2718 East Avenue FRESNO, CALIFORNIA
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Alden Kamikawa seems pleased with
the sweater that Clerk Kathy Valdez is
showing him at Sig's Men's Wear.
824 Merced Street Telephone TEmpIe 4-211 I
.l. M. 81 Leon Ohanesian
- Real Estate -
- Financing -
- Appraisals -
Phone AMherst 4-3009 2044 Mariposa Street
Your Graduation Announcements,
Club Pins and Ring
L.T. TIRE SHOP
JULIUS DOMINICI, JR.
524 North "G" St. Phone ORchard 4-4029
Telephone TEmple 4-321 l
UTILITY TRAILER SALES COMPANY
"Service ls Our Motto"
2660 S. Roilrood Ave. Pl1Ol'16 ADGMS 7-2l3l
917 F Street
JEWELRY - GIFTS
DRS. NISHIO AND MIYAKE
IORGENSEN AND C0.
Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hoses,
T I T
OPTOME R S S Reels, and Nozzles
George Nishio, 0.D. - George Miyake, 0.D.
818 Broodwoy Phone AMherst 8-6241
1 160 Broadway Phone AMherst 6-461 1 FRESNO
KoMoTo nEPAR'rMEN1' stone BLOSSERS
SPORTS EQUIPMENT C0.
Proprietor, Kan Komoto
Athletic Equipment Specialists
Telephone ADoms 7-6688
1528-1536 Kern Street 1424 Fulton St. Phone AMherst 4-5585
BEST WISHES FROM
SAN IOAQUIN BAKERIESJNC.
RAINBO, DUTCH TOAST, AND ROMAN MEAL BREAD
"IT'S THE SHOPPER'S DREAM"
Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Fowler Lumber Co.
LUMBER - HARDWARE - PAINTS
Phone TEmpIe 4-2415 7th and Merced
The finger of suspicion is pointed at
this plank of wood which, along with others,
is on sale at the Fowler Lumber Company.
Inspecting this quality piece of lumber are
Harold Laloiano. Richard Shabazian, and
Manager, Mr. Pete Frantz.
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American Furniture Company
Sunday 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Proprietors,
VAHAN AND MIHRON MAZGEDIAN
439 South Cedar Corner of Butler
and Cedar 848 B d Ph AMh f 6 4087
FRESNO roa way one ers -
HODGE 81 SONS. INC.
TED'S HOME APPLIANCE
The home of better deals.
108 Merced TEmple 4-3413
Fresno Camera Exchange
Complete Photographic Supplies
Cameras and Equipment
Professional and Amateur
We Welcome trade-ins
99 CA F E
PROPRIETOR, DIANA AVAZIAN
2035 Merced St. Fresno, California South Hiwov 99 - Vine St' Fowler
, eng 8 MANUFACTURING
nl, AND suPPLY co.
H Designers and Manufacturers of
8- E AX Special Machinery For Packing Houses
Q? , L And Dried Fruits
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120 N, 4th Street Fowler, California
2432 S. Railroad Ave. Fresno, Calif.
VICTOR KNITTING MILL
THE S- K- SMITH OF
KNITTED SUITS AND DRESSES
601 Blackstone Ave. Phone ADoms 7-3783
Designers and Creators Fresno
Quality Yearbook Covers Compliments of
5260 West 104th St. Ph. ORegon 8-4145 ROY JOSEPH
Los Angeles 45, California
L U , T E N ,, U R G , S GATEWAY FURNITURE
Phone REdwood 4-533l!ISAI-IA, CALIFORNIA 101 E. Main Street .
Phone ADams 7-1296 857 Fulton
Charles and Clyde Baumback
Compliments of Props.
LEN'S MOBIL SERVICE
GAS - OIL - TIRES
ACCESSORIES 121 E. Merced Phone TEmple 4-2311
Phone Temple 4-9015 Fowler Fow'-ER' CA'-'FORNM
FOWLER FLORAL SHOP
F 01' Send The I
Evefll Perfect Gift
Sylvia E. Smith and Nancy Tartar admire one of the clever flora
knick-knocks available at the Fowler Floral Shop.
310 E. Merced Street Phone TEmple 4-2505
FOWLER SNACK SHACK
At the Snack Shack, Jeanette Paboojian
and Mr. Woods wait patiently for a record
to begin while Virginia Krilcorian presses
the coin return button I just in case J.
C"""""'e"tS of FRESNO MOTOR SALES
MISSION SHEET METAL cAon.LAc AND OLDSMOBILE
sAn.ss AND senvlce
co" INC' 700 Von Ness Phone AMherst 6-8141
I WHERE QUALITY COMES FIRST
Highway 99 at Adams Avenue Telephone TEmple 4-2619
Bach - Martin
Band Instruments Compliments Of
Singerland - Ludwig Drums
High Grade Repairs
4211 E. Tulare Ph, cunfon 1-7224 FOWLEH FEED STORE
"How many horse powefre does the new
1958 Ford have?" inquires Pat Craig. "Gee,
youive got me on that one," states Linda
Eialianks as they examine a Ford at Earl
Congratulations Seniors From
Earl Hill Ford Sales
Worth More When You Buy Il-
Worth More When You Sell It
Telephone TEmple 4-2118
Fowler Farm Supplies
Telephone TEmple 4-3213 Fowler
Congratulations to the Senior Class
Congratulations to the Class of "58"
Pisor's Decorative Laminators
S. Seventh St. Phone TEmple 4-2541
ELVA'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
81 Office Equipment
Two Stores to Serve You
115 E. Merced 1827 I 193
nyo 1 Mariposa
FOVJLER' CALIFORNIA Office Display Rooms Phone AMhersl' 8-8444
N estoris Beauty Salon
220 East Adams FOWLER TEmple 4-3316
MIRIGIAN ELECTRIC SERVICE
Kamikawa Food Store
Groceries - Mecits - Vegetables
129 So. Seventh Street TErnpfe 4-3319
COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL
WIRING Meats - Groceries
INSTALLATION AND GENERAL REPAIR
Phone TEmpIe 4-2891 FOWLER Phone TEmpIe 4-2807 Fowler
ROLAND AND GLADYS GRISHAM
Good Luck Seniors,
Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen
See You Next Year
127 Eost Merced Street
Phone TEmpIe 4-2812 FOWLER
Pete Mason seems to have gotten used
to haircuts. He takes them with a smile
from such an experienced barber as Mrs.
Faye Avedisian of Faye's Barber Shop.
FAYE'S BARBER SHOP
Two Barbers To Serve You
107 E. Merced Street TErnp1e 4-2772
Flowers For All Occasions " A'
Flowers pl of
458 N. Fulton - Fresno
Phone AMherst 6-9777
Bring Your Troubles
7ll'1 Gnd Nl6rC6Cl -l-Efflple
Service and Soles Fowler, California
117 E. Merced
"Where The Wise Economizev
And Coffee Shop
LEE JoHNsoN, Prop.
Corner Merced and 6th Street
FOWLER, CALIFORNIA V
Phone TEmple 4-3213 FOWLER
JUNIOR BAIT F OR "58,'
Slyvia Kirby admires the lovely robe shown her by Phone TEmple 4-3260 210 East Merced Stre
Mrs. Fellers as she hopefully looks into her handbag
for money. FOWLER, CALIFORNIA
Phone TEmple 4-2614
Congratulations to the Seniors
WRIGHT OIL COMPANY
Weed Oils - Heating Oils
Butane - Gasoline
MAllL AND POLLASTRINI
Land Leveling - Subsoiling
Land Grading - Orchard Removing
Joe Monis ami Gerald Hamp admire a sleek 58 Im-
pala, one of Americais' fastest selling cars.
Phone Office CLinton l-l833
5404 Shields Avenue
BAXTER CHEVROLET. INC.
Dependable Dealings Since 1926
General Automotive Repairing
Wheel Aligning and Balancing
Specializing in Motor Tune-up
Phone TEmple 4-29l3 Fowler
ACE SERVICE INCORPORATED FRESNO AUTO PARTS E
Farm Tractor Tire Headquarters n
Field service Complete Auto Supplies
Broadway and Ventura Ph.AMhers'r 8-531 l 560 BVOUCIWUY phone AMl'le"5f 6'826l
HOLLENBECK-BUSH PLANING Mlll CO.
I Wholesale and Retail
Windows -- Doors - Mouldings - and General Mill Work
Phone AMherst 6-9566 Fresno, California
Blackburn Auto Parts Co.
Used Trucks and Trailers
Auto and Truck Wrecking
3l83 So. Hwy. 99 Phone AMherst 4-2817
Byron B. Holler
Telephone TEmpIe 4-2531
L. J. "Pop" Barnes
Kern ond "P" Streets P.O. Box l427
Phone AMherst 4-l952 or AMherst 4-9985
lO25 Fulton Street
STEWART CLEAN ERS
1465 No. Von Ness Fresno
LEMOSS AN D SMITH
"The Rubber Meri,
l 625 Fresno, ADams 3-5293
Broodwoy California Phone
Goodyear Tires and Batteries
Passenger and Truck Tire Recapping
Wheel Alignment and Brake Service
DON BUICK CO.
The air Born B-58 seems to have stolen the hearts
of Linda McGlaughlin and Delores Mooneyham as they
get ready for a test drive at Don Buiclc's in Selma.
FOWLER COFFEE SHOP
"Open 24 Hours a Day"
Highway 99 and Adams
Phone TEmple 4-9034
L. R. Toreson
Phone TEmpIe 4-9016
FOWLER CABINET AND
Glen D. Tharp, Proprietor
ll7 So. Seventh Phone TEmple 4-36l9
Phone, TEmpIe 4-33l2
99 Highway and Main
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING CO.
Food and Sanitation Supplies
Restaurants, Cafeterias, Institutions
Phone AMherst 8-5727 Kern and U Sts.
for local freshness
The Most ff-1'pi
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144 Belmont, Fresno AMhersf 4-6583 G'--Mlklglzb
C. D. IMONIAN
125 E. Merced St,
Phones: TEmple 4-36l 5 or Tlfmple 4-3302
Cotton Oil Co.
Producefs Fresno Gin
Clovis and North Avenues
Phone: ADoms 7-1773
SPIC AND SPAN
ulations to the Senior Class
PETERS BRO c
BRUSH SH REDDING
Phone TEmple 4-3170 FOWLER
Sam's Luggage And Mid Valley
Leather Goods Sports center
1928 Mariposa FS1lene:,ElI:go:?aADams 7-3918 Von Ness Gt Merced Fresno
S ucce ss to the Grads: our sincere best wishes
in all your future endeavors.
Laikam Plow Compan
Manufacturing of Automatic French Plow for Tractor
North East Corner of South 8. Leonard
SURPRISE l 1 l
Pot Craig Richard Shabazian
Alden Kamikawa Delores Mooneyham
Virginia Krikorian lWe Graduatedll Linda McGlaughlin
Sylvia E. Smith Linda Eubanks
Nancy Tcirtor Jeanette Paboojian
JOHN MAXWELL RAY AAAGILL
Maxwell Slfudll? Ensign Publishing Company
FVGSDO, C0lif0m'0 Fowler, California
JIM BARTEL COVERS
S. K. SMITH COMPANY
Los Angeles, California
ADAME, VIRGINIA, - 19, 49, 51,
ANDRADE, INEz - 19, 43, 72, 80
ARABSUNA, EIJI - 19, 46, 52, 56,
ARASUNA, HITOMII - 19, 26, 47,
49, 50, 51, 70
AUBUCHON, ETHEL - 19, 45
BERG, JACK - 18, 19, 46
BLANCAS, ALFRED - 10, 56, 57,
BOYER, GRETCHEN - 19, 44, 45,
49, 51, 52, 79
CASTILLO, CONNIE - 19, 27, 42,
45, 49, 52
CONTRERAS, ANNIE - 19, 42, 51
COWINGS, EVERETT - 19, 42, 43,
52, 56, 57, 60, 65
COX, PAUL - 19, 45, 50, 56, 57
CRAIG, PAT - 15, 19, 33, 39, 41,
45, 46, 51, 52, 93
CRUZ, MANUEL - 10, 20, 56, 60,
DEIigADO, ISABEL - 20, 42, 43,
DELGADO, VICKIE - 20, 40, 44,
EUBANKS, LINDA - 15, 13, 20,
26, 27, 36, 37, 33, 39, 45, 46, 49,
50, 51, 52, 75, 93 -
FRAQNICO, LIZ - 11, 20, 42, 45, 49,
FUQUA, JIM - 14, 20, 40, 45, 48,
50, 54, 56, 76
GONG, THOMAS - 18, 20, 46, 52,
GREEN, DENNIS 4 10, 69
GRIFFIN, EDWARD - 20, 56, 57
GUERRA, RAMONA - 20, 42, 45,
49, 51, 52
HAILNA, DAVID - 20, 43, 52, 63,
HARO, JOE - 20, 40
HEREDIA, ANGELINA - 20, 40,
43, 45, 49, 51, 52
HEREDIA, LYDIA .- 21, 42, 43,
HERNANDEZ, EDDIE - 21, 43,
56, 74 ,
HORII, JANE - 13, 13, 21, 26, 27,
JOHNSON, DIXIE, 13, 21, 45, 46,
KAMIKAWA, ALDEN - 14, 17, 13,
31, 26, 27, 33, 39, 46, 47, 50, 73,
KANDARIAN, DEE NEECE - 211
41, 45, 49, 51, 52, 74
KAZARIAN, GARY - 7,.15, 21 26,
45, 52, 56, 63
KAZARIAN, RON - 13, 21, 27, 45,
47, 50, 52, 55, 57, 63, 66, 78 .
KIRBY, SYLVIA - 15, 21, 43, 45,
76, 73, 30, 95
KRIKORIAN, VIRGINIA - 14, 13,
21, 36, 33, 39, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47,
49, 50, 51, 52, 30, 92
LAIKAM, BOB - 21, 42, 45, 52, 56,
57, 60, 69, 74
LONG, BARBARA - 22, 42
LORRIE, JAY - 12, 51
LUCERO, ROBERT - 10, 22, 52,
MADSEN, VICTORIA -- 11 22, 42,
44, 50, 75, 78
MAEGLER, ELIN - 22
MARSHALL, LINDA -A 22, 42, 43,
51 , , .
MAXWELL, JACK - 22, 52, 56,
MCGLAUGHLIN, LINDA 4 15, 13,
22, 26, 27, 36, 33, 39, 45, 46, 49,
50, 51, 52, 74, 75, 76, 98
MCNAMARA, VINCENT - 45, 52,
MIYASAKI, MARJORIE - 22, 26,
47, 49, 68
MONIS, JOE - 13, 22, 27, 33, 39
45, 52, 55, 56, 57, 60, 63, 96,
MORENO, BILLY - 40, 53,
MOONEYHAM, DELORES -
22, 38, 39, 45, 46, 47, 49, 80,
MUNOZ, ELEAN-OR 4 22, 43, 49,
51, 52, 71 I
MUNOZ, TED - 23, 42, 45, 51, 54,
NAKAGAWA, JANE - 23, 26, 44,
47, 49 '
NAKAGUCHI, GLENN - 13, 15,
18, 23, 27, 46, 47, 50, 63
NAKAMURA, TAD - 23,. 40, 46,
47, 50, 58,,59, 66, 79
NALIAN, TOM - 23, 48, 54, 56
NOVELLA, SALVADOR - 23
NUTT, JOHN - 23, 74
OROZCO, ROBERT - 15, 23, 45,
JACKSON, BOBBY - 21, 42, 52, 65 50, 52, 56, 57, 65
PABOOJIAN, JEANETTE - 7, 14,
23, 38, 39, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55,
74, 78, 92
PERALTA, ELEANOR - 23, 49,
PETERS, DARRELL - 14, 23, 45,
50, 52, 56, 57 '
RAMIREZ, DANIEL - 23, 52, 60,
ROBINSON, CORNELIOUS - 24,
37, 42, 56, 57, 60
ROEEIQUEZ, RICHARD - 18, 24,
ROGERS, CECIL - 48
ROMERO, THERESA - 24, 45, 49,
SAKAMOTO, GEORGE - 15, 24,
36, 38, 39, 45, 50, 52, 58, 59, 61
SARGENTI, VICKIE - 24, 42
SARKISIAN, EDDIE - 13, 24, 26,
33, 39, 46, 47, 50, 52, 63, 79, 81
SCHMIDT, GILBERT - 24, 42, 51
SCHULT, NANCY - 11, 24, 44
SCHWABENLAND, FRED - 24,
SHAHBAZIAN, RICHARD - 24,
38, 39, 50, 90
SMITH, MARILYN - 24, 40, 51
SMITH, SYLVIA E. - 14, 15, 24,
I 26, 33, 39, 40, 46, 49, 91
SMITH, SYLVIA S. - 27, 51, 52
sOUzA, TONY - 25, 40, 43, 54, 63
SAUBIA, HENRY - 56, 57
TARTAR NANCY - 13, 25, 27
39, 41 42, 45, 49, 51, 52, 70,
77, 73, 91
TOKUBO, SHIGERU - 14, 13,
27, 46, 50, 67
VALDEZ KATHLEEN - 25,
42, 43, 45, 49, 50, 52, 74, 30,
VARGAS, EDWARD - 43, 52,
59, 60, 66, 74
VASQUEZ, ROSA - 25, 42, 43, 49,
WATTS, NICK - 25, 40, 42, 45, 51,
56, 74, 78
WEINBERG, STEVE - 25, 33, 39,
VELA, CORA - 25, 49, 51, 71, 78
WILSON, ROBERT - 25, 30, 40,
42, 51, 53
WISE, JANICE - 25, 40, 44
WRIGHT, DON - 25, 27, 47, 48,
52, 56, 57
YERAMIAN, LEE -- 25, 40, 45
ADARGAZ, FLORA - 29, 51
AHRONIAN, RICHARD - 15, 28,
29, 30, 37, 46, 50, 52, 58, 59, 69,
I 74, 79
ANDERSON, WANDA - 29, 51
BARSAMIAN, EDDIE - 29, 56
BEDROSIAN, JACK - 29, 45, 52,
BLAIR, DOYLE - 29, 48, 74, 80
BLAYNEY, BARBARA -- 29, 42,
74, 78, 80
BULAICH, ANN - 12, 29, 44, 52,
BURNSIDE, DANNY - 29, 61, 68
CARMONA, INEz - 41
CARTER, JIMMY - 28, 29, 30, 45,
52, 56, 63, 74, 77, 79
CAVAZOS, SOFIA - 29, 40
COX, PAULA - 28, 29, 41, 45, 49,
56, 72, 76
DEATHERAGE, HELEN - 29, 42
EASTER, MAYBELLE - 29, 43, 45
FLORES, JOHNNY - 29, 61
FRANCO, GENEVIEVE - 29, 40,
45, 50, 51, 52
FRANCO, MARCUS - 29, 40, 45,
50, 51, 52
FRAZIER, GARY - 29, 58
FUJIKAWA, AMY - 29, 51, 52, 68
FUJIKAWA, RICHARD - 29, 52,
FRY, ARLENE - 43
GALVAN, JERRY - 29, 43, 48, 52,
GARCIA, JOSEPHINE - 15, 29,
41, 51, 74, 80
GARNER, JAMES - 40, 53, 60
GERBER BENNIE - 29, 40
GIBSON, JANET - 29
GOMEZ, VIRGINIA - 43
GONZALES, LOUIE - 29
GONSALVES, NORMA - 28, 29,
GRAHAM, STEVEN - 29
GOOGOOIAN, JOANN - 42
HAMP, GERALD - 29, 38, 39, 45,
46, 56, 66, 74, 79, 96
HASHIMOTO, FRANK - 29, 47,
HENDERSON, CAROLYN - 28,
29, 44, 46, 50, 52, 69, 74, 78
HEREDIA, VICTORIA - 42, 49
HEREDIA, JOAQUIN - 29
HERNANDEZ, TOMMIE - 29
HIYAMA, BERNICE - 12, 29, 46,
50, 52, 69
HOBART, LILA - 29, 41
HORII, HOWARD - 29, 47, 63
JENSEN, ROBERT - 53
JOHNSON, MERLE - 29, 48
JONES, DON - 29, 48
INDEX I C ontinued I
ISHKANIAN, JOYCE - 28, 29, 41,
45, 50, 51, 74, 79
KARLE, RICHARD - 29, 40
KAZARIAN, MELVIN - 15, 28,
29, 30, 37, 45, 50, 52, 56, 63, 74,
KRUEGER, GUNTER - 29, 40
KRUEGER, WERNER - 12, 29, 40
LAIEEIENESHAM, CHARLES -- 29,
LALOIAN, HAROLD - 14, 15, 28,
29, 30, 38, 39, 46, 47, 50, 74, 90
LAWRENCE, WANDA - 29, 30,
MACHADO, BARBARA - 30, 42,
45, 47, 51, 75
MARTINEZ, DANIEL - 30, 45, 52,
56, 64, 65
MARTINEZ, NELLIE - 30, 78
MASON, PETER - 15, 28, 30, 38,
39, 45, 46, 50, 52, 56, 60, 74, 79,
MAXWELL, BEVERLY - 30, 45,
47, 52, 69
MERIGIAN, DON - 30, 47, 74
MUIELER, GLENNA - 30, 45, 51,
NDS? BARRY - 30, 43, 45, 52, 56,
NORD, LEROY - 30, 48
OAKLEY, HANNAH - 43
OKAMURA, JOYCE - 12, 15, 30,
40, 46, 50, 52, 69
PENDERGRASS, ROY - 48
PETERS, DAVID -. 45
PETRIILLE, RICHARD - 30, 48
PRICE, DENVA - 28, 30, 41, 44,
45, 78, 80
PURSELL, DONNA - 30, 40, 42,
RAMERIZ, JOE - 30, 56, 60, 65
RAMIREZ, VIRGINIA -. 30, 40, 52
RANGEL, RICHARD - 30
ROBINSON, MARY ANN - 30, 42,
43, 45, 52
ROBLES, CELIA - 30
ROIggiIGUEZ, ALFRED - 29, 59,
ROQRIQUEZ, MARGARET - 40,
RODRIQUEZ, VIRGINIA - 29, 51
ROGERS, VAUGHN - 29, 42, 80
ROMERO, CELIA 4 29
ROMERO, LOUISE - 43, 49
SANCHEZ, ALFRED - 29, 45
SCOTT, RONALD - 53 ,
SHERMAN, OPHELIA - 29
SIIIQRMAN, RONALD - 43, 48, 54,
SIMPSON, VICTORIA - 12, 29, 41,
45, 49, 52, 74
SMITH, RUSSELL - 28, 43, 45,
43, 52, 56, 65, 69, 74
SMOKE, GWENDOILYN - 29
SRABIAN, BEVERLY - 29, 43
STAIRS, STAN - 14, 17, 28, 29,
30, 45, 46, 50, 52, 56, 63, 65, 78,
STENFORT, JUNE - 15, 28, 29,
38, 39, 45, 47, 56, 71, 77
STEWART, LILLIE -2129
TAKs?HASHI, JANICE - 29, 30,
TANIGUCHI, AIMY - 28, 29, 44,
46, 50, 52, 74, 79
TAYLOR, BILLY - 29, 53
THUESEN, CHRISTINE - 28, 29,
41, 44, 45, 49, 50, 51, 74
TURPIN, PEGGY - 29, 41, 44, 45,
49, 52, 74
VALDEZ, JOHN - 29, 42, 45, 46
VALTIERRA, ESTHER - 80
VARGAS, ALFRED - 67
WHITELEY, GARY - 15, 29, 30,
45, 47, 52, 56, 60
WHITTENBURG, PHILLIP - 47
WILSON, JANICE - 29, 40, 51
VUCOVICH, CAROL ANN - 29,
45, 51, 70
ABERNATHY, EDWARD - 32, 67
ALFARO, DANIEL - 32
ARTRIP, JAMES - 15, 31, 32, 33,
50, 75, 78
ARTRIP, JOYCE - 30, 31, 32, 33,
45, 50, 52, 69, 74
AVILA, OLIVIA - 32
BAGDASARIAN, RALPH - 32
BARBATO, LINDA - 42
BARNES, DAVID - 32, 45, 58, 59,
BEDROSIAN, VERNON - 32, 45,
BELTRAN, JUNIOR - 32, 43
BANK, SHERRY - 30, 32, 33, 49,
51, 69, 70
BETANCOURT, BARBARA - 42
BLAgK, HELEN - 31, 32, 50, 69,
BLANCAS, ARMIDA - 32
BLANCAS, RACHEL - 32
BRANDON, MAXINE - 32, 46, 49
BROWN, NANCY - 32, 42
BUTLER, MINNIE - 32, 43, 45
CAIN, HERB, JR. - 32, 43, 45, 61,
CAPOZZI, ANGETLO - 60
CASTENADA, RAMONA - 32
CH.:-EVIBERS, PHIDLIP - 32, 40,
COLEMAN, MARYON - 32
CORNELL, GEORGE - 32, 53
DAVIS, JEANETTE - 32, 43
DEATHERAGE, NINA - 32
DYKES, GWENDOLYN - 32
ELLIS, ANITA - 32, 40, 46, 59
EUESXNKS, BARBARA - 31, 45,
FEAVER, JOYCE - 32, 47, 49, 50
FLORES, ANGIE - 32
FUJII, LYNN - 31, 32, 33, 46, 58,
FUJIKAWA, FRANCES - 15, 32,
FUQUA, ANN - 31, 32, 44, 46, 50,
79, 30, 86
FLOWERS, MAZADA - 32, 43
GALVAN, FERMIN - 32, 47, 43,
GALVAN, JOHN - 32, 48
GARCIA, JOE - 32
GOBBEL, DAVID - 32, 43
GOBLE, BARBARA - 15, 32, 40,
46, 50, 69
GOMEZ, PHIL - 32
GONZALES, MADELINE - 32
GOSHGARIAN, GEORGE - 32, 46
GRIJILVA, JOE - 32
GRIFFIN, ERNEST - 53
GUERRA, JOSIE - 32
HALL, LINDA - 32, 51
HALLER, ROBERT - 32, 43
HANNA, PHILLIP - 43, 64
HARLAN, MELVIN - 32, 47, 68
HARPER, NORMA - 32
HARRIS, LEE - 32, 40, 66
HONDA, RONALD - 32, 40
HUGHEY, ALLEN - 43
HULL, JUDY - 30, 32, 33, 47, 51,
HURADO, MARY - 32, 43
IKEDA, LAUREIN - 32, 50
KAZARIAN, TED - 32, 33, 45, 69
KAZARIAN, RONALD - 32, 33,
40, 42, 45, 50, 51, 74
KERBY, TOM - 32, 86
KIRKORIAN, RICHARD - 32, 47
JONES, BETTY - 32
KIRBY, ELOISE - 32, 45, 75, 78
LOPEZ, JOE - 43
MALLORY, CAROLYN - 32
MATHEWS, EUGENE - 32, 43
MAUL, DENNIS - 32, 33, 38, 39,
45, 52, 53, 59, 69, 78, 84
MAYEBO RONALD - 32, 40, 53,
MOOVARTIAN, GEORGE - 32,
MORENO, RUBEN - 43, 53
MORRILL, BOBBY - 30, 32, 58
MUNOZ, IRENE -- 43
NAHIGIAN, ARMELITA - 32, 49
NAKAMURA, MARLENE - 32,
NIELSEN, TAMARA -- 31, 32, 45,
47, 49, 50, 69
NIEMEYER, SHARON - 32
OMLAND, KAREN - 32, 50
OROSCO, BOBBY - 32, 40, 42, 74
ORPHAN, PAUL - 15, 32, 33, 45,
51, 58, 60, 64
PABOOJIAN, KAY - 32, 45, 50,
58, 59, 64
PERALTA, HENRY - 32, 43
PETTIGREW, LORETTA - 43
PISOR, RUSSELL - 32, 53, 58
PULIDO, MARY - 43, 51
RAMIREZ, EVA - 33
REEZEEINSDORF, ROBERT - 33, 43,
RIVERA, CLARA - 43
RIVERA, RUTH - 43
RODRIQUEZ, MARY LOU - 33
SCHMIDT, CAROL - 33
SHERMAN, MAYBELLE - 33
SIMONIAN, THOMAS - 15, 47, 53,
SAKAMOTO, ROY - 33, 58
SOGHOMONIAN, JOE - 33, 45,
51, 53, 64
SQUARE, MARGARET - 33, 45
STARK, RAYMOND - 33, 33, 39,
THOMPSON, TROY - 33, 43, 64,
TOKUBO, MICHIKO - 33, 46, 51
TORRES, HOP E- 33, 43
TOYODA, JOYCE - 31, 33, 46, 50
VARGAS, BETTY - 33
VASQUEZ, GEORGIA - 33, 42
WALKER, CALVIN - 62
WARREN, BILLY - 33
WHITE, LINDA - 15, 33, 45, 49,
WHITE, LURA LINDA - 33
YORK, MARY - 33, 71
YOSHIMOTO, KENNETH - 14, 17,
31, 33, 78
ZUNIGA, MARCELINO - 33
ATCHLEY, NATHAN - 35
AVILA, ALFRED - 43
BAGDASARIAN, MARTHA - 35,
45, 47, 71
BAEDASARIAN, FRANCIS - 35,
BAGDASARIAN, VALARIE - 35,
BELTRAN, JUNIOR - 35, 43
BETANCOURT, PHILLIP - 35, 43
BIGGERSTAFF, JO ANN - 35, 40,
BURNS, KAREN - 15, 35, 45, 69,
BYNUM, JOHN - 35, 43, 62, 67
CARRASCO, FREDDIE - 35, 62
CASTILLO, DELORES - 35, 42
CORIA, FRANK - 35, 53
CORNELL, KATHRYN - 35
COWINGS, WILLIAM - 42, 58, 61,
CRAIG, DIANNE - 15, 34, 35, 36,
CURRIER, PATRICK - 35
DARLING, GARY - 14, 17, 34, 35,
45, 53, 67, 78
DELGADO, MARY - 35
DEATHERAGE, ERNEST - 35,
DENHAM, RICHARD - 35, 58
DOYEL, JEWEL KBOBBIEJ - 35
DUNCAN, ARCHIE - 35, 60, 64
EASLEY, VIRGINIA - 35, 40
EASTER, AARON - 35, 45
ECKMAN, KAREN - 35
EDWARDS, BUELAH - 35, 45
ELIAS, CLARA - 35
FITZGERALD, ELAINE - 34, 35,
FRANCO, PETER - 35, 62
FRY, DARLENE - 42
GARNER, PATSY - 35
GOMEZ, AVEL -151
GOMEZ, GEORGE - 35, 67
GONG, BESSIE - 35
GUTILE, JANICE - 35
HASHIZUMI, JOYCE - 35
HEINLDERSON, RUSSELL - 35, 53,
HERNANDEZ, REUBEN - 35, 42,
HILL, DAVID - 35, 40, 62
HOWLETT, JERRY - 35
JENSEN, JUDY - 35, 45, 50
KAMIKAWA, KAREN - 15, 34, 35
KASQDARIAN, JOYCE - 34, 35, 45,
KAWANO, DARLENE -1 35
KERBAJIAN, MYRON - 35, 58
KEVORKIAN, MELVIN - 35
KINCAID, BERT - 35, 48
KRIKORIAN, DOUGLAS - 35, 64
LAIKAM, JAMES - 35, 45, 53, 69
LEYVA, ROBERT - 43
LOPEZ, JESSE - 35
LOPEZ, ROBERT - 35, 43
LOPEZ, ROSEMARY - 44, 71
LOTT, MAVA JO - 35, 45
LUCERO, GUADALUPE .- 35, 53,
MARTINEZ, MANUEL - 35
MAUL, RAYMOND - 35, 48
MEJIA, MARY - 35, 43
MIRIGIAN, RUSSELL - 35, 58, 69
MONTOYA, RUBY - 34, 35, 36,
MORENO, DELORES - 35
MORRILL, EARL EUGENE - 35,
MULLER, FREDERICK - 35, 58
MUNOZ, BETTY - 35, 45
MUNOZ, ROBERT - 53
NIELSEN, BILL - 35, 67
NIX. SHELLEY - 35, 40, 45, 46,
PABOOJIAN, DENNIS - 35, 36,
40, 58, 59, 69
PABOOJIAN, JOANNE - 15, 34,
35, 45, 70
PETERS, RONALD - 34, 35, 36,
POPE. CATHY - 35
PORTILLO, ERMENIA - 35, 42
POWELL, CHARLES - 35, 40, 46,
PRICE, MARGARET - 35, 45, 47
PURSELL, VERNON - 35, 62
RAMIREZ, M. - 35
REYES, RALPH - 35
ROBINSON, ARBRY - 34, 35, 42,
58, 59, 64, 67
ROBLES, DELIA - 43
ROBLES, EMILY - 35, 43
ROGERS, JEFFERSON - 35, 48
ROMERO, MARY - 42
RUTLEDGE, ROBERT - 35
SALINAS, RICHARD - 35, 36, 64
SCHMALL, KENNETH - 35, 48
SHAMSHOIAN, JUDY - 35, 45, 75
SIMONIAN, JIMMIE - 35, 48
SOLOMAN, FRANSCINE - 35
SOUZA, BARBARA - 15, 34, 35,
45, 47, 70
SMITH, JIMMIE - 35
SQUIRE, ERNESTINE - 35, 42
SUBIA, ROBERT - 35
TANIGUCHI, MICHI - 36
TANNERS, ELDON - 36
THOMPSON, ALICE - 36
THOMPSON, LEON - 36, 42, 58,
59, 61, 66
THOMPSON, THOMAS - 36, 43,
TILLER, JANICE - 36, 45, 47
TOFOYA, LORENZA - 36
TORRES, CHAN - 36
TORRES, FREDDIE - 43
TSUCHIGUCHI, RENKO - 15, 36,
40, 46, 69
TRINIDAD, CECIL - 36
TURNER, MARY JANE - 36
VALDEZ, RICHARD - 34, 36, 62
VARGAS, ANTHONY - 35, 36, 43,
61, 62, 67, 77
VASQUEZ, CONNIE - 36
VASQUEZ, MANUEL - 43
VELA, TONY - 36, 58, 66
WATKINS, CHARLES - 36
WESTBROOK, LOIS - 36
WHITTENBURG, STEPHEN - 36
WILKINS, RUSSELL - 36, 58
INDEX K C ontinuedj
WILSON, MARY LOUISE - 15,
36, 40, 44, so
YORK, ELMER - 36
1'Og4NG, ERNEST - 36, 48, 59, 61,
ZAMORA, LINDA - 36
MR. FRANK ABSTON - 10
MR. JOE ACOSTA - 16
MR. DERON AHRONIAN - 9
MRS. LOIS AVENAL - 16
MRS. LORENE BIGGERSTAFF -
MISS ALICE BLAYNEY - 10, 31,
42, 43, 45
MRS. BLANCH BOOTH - 16
MISS NANCY BOWMAN - 10, 29,
52, 68, 70
MRS. RUTH CONVERSE - 9
MR. THEODORE CONVERSE -
10, 14, 31, 51
MR. JOHN DELGADO - 16
MRRIEITH DRAUGHON - 10, 34,
MRS. ELVA EHRLICH - 10, 18,
MR2 ANTHONY GAROFOLI - 10,
MR. EVERETT HANNER - 16
MRS. GOLDIE HEPNER - 16
MR. BERRY HILL - 11
MR. LEFFORD HUNTLEY - 11,
26, 34, 45, 61, 62, 69
MR. HUBERT JONES - 16
MISS HELENA JORGENSEN - 11
MR. ALLEN KIRBY - 7, 8, 80
MR. ALFRED LEAL - 11, 34, 58,
MR. THOMAS MCCONNELL - 11,
MR. HUBERT MCGLAUGHLIN -
MR. ALBERT MQLEMORE - 16
MRS. MURRIEL MILLER - 11,
MRS. NAN MIRIGIAN - 16
DR. H. W. NIELSEN - 9
MR. TED NIX - 9
MR. PHILLIP PATINO - 11, 28,
MR. JOHN PEREIRA - 12, 34, 56,
MR. ARAM PETERS - 9
MR. DANIEL PETERSEN - 5, 8,
MR. EARL POWELL - 12, 14, 18
MRS. FREDA RAINEY - 12, 28,
MISS ETHEL ROOSMAN - 12, 31,
38, 39, 44, 46
MR. PERCY STANTON - 12, 48
MR. BERNARD TUCK - 80
MR. SAM VUCOVICH - 9
MR. ROBERT WARMACK - 12,
MISS MARIAN WHITE - 9, 44
MR. CAMERON WOODS - 12, 18,
sa, 39, 53, 92
MRS. SANDY YERAZIAN - 16
I - CLASSES
SENIORS - 18
JUNIORS - 28
SOPHOMORES - 31
FRESHMEN - 34
II - ORGANIZATIONS
ART CLUB - 51
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB - 47
BAND AND MAJORETTES -
BLOCK F - 52
BOARD OF TRUSTEES - 9
CADETS - 53
FEDERATION - 46
CHORAL GROUPS - 42, 43
FACULTY - 10
FUTURE BUSINESS LEAD-
ERS OF AMERICA - 51
FUTURE FARMERS OF
AMERICA - 48
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
AMERICA - 49
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIA-
TION - 52
GIRLS' LEAGUE - 44
HI-Y - 45
HOUSE OIF REPRESENTA-
TIVES - 15
KNIGHTS AND LADIES - 50
LITORIA - 38
MAINTENANCE P E R S O N-
NEL - 16
PEPSTERS - 41
QUILL AND SCROLL - 46
REDCAT REVIEW - 39
STUDENT COUNCIL -- 13, 14
TRI-HI-Y - 45
III - ACTIVITIES
BASEBALL - 63, 64
BASKETBALL - 60, 61, 62
FOOTBALL - 56, 57, 59, 59
FOIMIEER FALL FESTIVAL -
GIRLS' P.E. - 70, 71, 72
HIT AND MISS SNAPS - 80
JUNIOR MUSICAL - 74
MAYFAIR - 78
QUEENS - 76, 77
STUDENT COURT - 79
SWIMMING - 69
TENNIS - 68
TRACK - 65, 66, 67
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