Fowler High School - Litoria Yearbook (Fowler, CA)
- Class of 1959
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To you, Mr. Berry Hill, we dedicate this 1959 Litoria for Jjgiff ' idling Km 'f'6'IQ'k'iL'
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Marcus Franco hesitantly awaits the decision of an excused or
Peggy Turpin fills out her absence slip.
excused absence from Mrs. Converse, the attendance office clerk,
Sharon Ashcroft, Joe Rodriquez, and Betty Blayney are hanging up
a poster to advertise Fowler vs. Selma football game.
EA .EH HEIIIIHIIS CAMP 5 AETI ITIES
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The students relaxing: a typical noon-time scene in the front of
our Fowler High School.
The thundering herd of students following the passing bell fri
first period converges to the cafeteria for a well-deserved snack perl
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Stepping Along Wit
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AUTUMN . .
Administration . .
Personnel . .
Teachers . .
-itoria Staff . . .
Ireshmen. , .
Student Court . .
:all Festival . . .
I and D Basketball .
NINTER . .
Christmas Program .
Sophomores. . .
l'wirp Season . .
'Y" Clubs ......
Kudio-Visual Club ......
Scouts and Knights 84 Ladies
sfarsity and B Basketball . .
Assemblies. . . . .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Future Homemakers of America .
Future Farmers of America . . .
Valentine Dance and Sweetheart
Scholarship Society .,.,.
Quill and Scroll ......
Girls' League . .
Mayfair . . .
Juniors . . .
Slave Day . . .
Junior-Senior Play ......
Redcat Staff .......
Commercial and Toastmasters' Clubs
Girls' Physical Education ....
Snaps and Awards . .
GAA and Block F . .
Baseball . . .
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HELPEHS HELP IN SEHIJUL HIJUTINE
Answering the telephone, taking care of the teachers' needs, and being Mr. Kirby's secretary
are some of the numerous duties that face Mrs. Lorene Biggerstaff every day as she works busily in
the school's main office. Mrs. Ruth Converse usually can be found in the attendance office listening
to the students' excuses for being absent. She seems to have a knack for telling when you ditched or
when you really had that dentist appointment. Our money is in the good hands of our financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Mariellen Ashcraft. Her special talent is counting money, and she has the financial in-
genuity of balancing the school budget.
Mr. Cameron Woods assumed the duties of conselor this year, guiding the students in their
decisions as to what is best for their future. Sponsorship of the executive council is also among
his many duties. Miss Helena Jorgensen, our school nurse, has guarded the health of the students
with unending skill throughout this year.
MISS HELENA JORGENSEN,
MR. CAMERON WOODS, Counselor
THEY ULD n 11 STEPS Mr. Frank Absfon - English,
Arithmetic, Driver Training,
Social Studies, Hi-Y, Sopho-
more Class Sponsor,
Miss Alice Blayney - Chor- Mr. Theodore Converse - Mr. Keith Draughon - Eng-
us, English, Physical Educa- Bookkeeping, Student Fin- lish, Algebra, Librarian, AN,
tion, Tri-Hi-Y, Aeolian Club, ance, Typing, General Busi- Sophomore Class Sponsor.
Junior Class Sponsor. ness, Commercial Club, Jun-
ior Class Advisor.
Elva Ehrlich - Home-
FHA Tri Hi Y Girls
Stan Storrs as Mark Anthony crates during Julius Caesar's CMel Kozarianl funeral
during a speech exercise emphasfzfng voice flexibility.
Mr. Bend! From - Agricul-
ture, Farm Mechanics, ln-
dustrial Arts, FFA, Junior
Class Sponsor. 1
Mr. Anthony ofoli - ng-
lish, Spee - s Se Q0
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Mr. Donnell George - Civics,
Senior P r o b I e m s, Social
Studies, Hi-Y, C and D Bas-
ketball, Swimming, Fresh-
man Class Sponsor.
Mr. Berry Hill - Driver
Training, Mechanical Draw-
ing, Wood Shop, Freshman
Mr. Alfred Leol - Metal
Shop, Auto Shop, Industrial
Arts, Wood Shop, Block F,
B football Track, Sophomore
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Mrs. Muriel Miller - Eng-
lish, Latin, CSF, Sophomore
Leroy Nord and Richard Ahronian patiently await their turn at the ioiner as Mel-
vm Harlan uses it during 3rd period Woodshop.
Mr. Phillip Patino - Span-
ish, Physical Education, Block
F, Varsity Basketball, B Foot-
ball, Senior Class Sponsor.
Mr. John Pereira - Physical
Education, Block F, Varsity
Football, Varsity Basketball,
Sophomore Class Sponsor.
Mr. Earl Powell - Band,
Driver Training, Freshman
Mrs. Freda Rainey - Crafts,
Art, Senior Scouts, Senior
Miss Ethel Roosman - Short!
hand, Typing, Litoria, Junior
Mr. Haig Shekeriian - U.S.
History, Cadets, Redcat, Jun-
ior Class Sponsor.
Mr. Percy Stanton - Lite
Science, General Science,
Biology, Senior Class Spon-
Mr. Leslie Voorhees - Chem-
istry, Geometry, Physics, Al-
gebra, Junior Class Sponsor.
Mrs. Nancy Warmack --
Physical Education, Circle
F, GAA, Tennis, Senior Class
M Robert Warmack
Arithmetic Social Studies B
Basketball Varsity Football
JV Baseball, Freshman Class
bove: Jim Carter and Howard Horii explain a project to the physics class.
ight: Hannah Oakley, Paula Cox, Ophelia Sherman and Pat Marshall
in various garments in their advanced sewing class.
COOKS - Blanch Booth, Sandy Yeramicm
Goldie Hepner, Non Mirigion.
WUHHEH5 KEEP 5 EU TENTEIJ
CUSTODIANS - Bill Stone, Jake McLe-more, Hubert Jones, Joe Acosfo, Hubeiff McGlc1ughIin.
TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT - Ever-
eff Honner, John Delgado, Adrian Rodri-
HIE HEEPIINSIBILITIES ASSUMED BY
HARD WIIHKINE EXECUTIVE EIJUNIIIL
COLORS: Cardinal and White
EMBLEM: The Redcct
President .......... Stan Stairs
Vice President . . . . Harold Laloian
Secretary . . . Carolyn Henderson
Treasurer . . . . . Aimy Taniguchi
Publicity . . . June Stenfort
Records . . . . . Joyce Okamura
Welfare .... . Richard Ahronian
Student Activities . . . . Pete Mason
Bill Correspondence . . . . Jim Carter
Art ..... . . Gerald Hamp
Athletics .... . . Melvin Kazarian
Safety . . . . Russell Smith
Sponsors . . . Cameron Woods
Theodore Converse gg
Under the leadership of President Stan Stairs and the guidance of Sponsors Cameron Woods
and Theodore Converse, the Executive Council strove to improve student-administration relations.
ASB card sales, Christmas dinner and program, and March of Dimes drive were among their
many activities. ln order to provide for a more efficient legislation of bills, three standing committees
were formed, namely, Ways and Means, Student Activities, and lntraschool Affairs.
AlMY TANIGUCHI I CAROLYN HENDERSON
Treasurer l"l Secretary
MMISSIONER5 - BACK ROW: J. Stentort, publicityg J. Okamuro, records, COMMISSIONERS - BACK ROW: VJ. Carter,-bill correspondence: G, Hamp, art
JNT ROW: R. Ahronian, welfareg P. Mason, studcnt activities. FRONT ROW: M. Kazarian, LOTITIEIICSQ R, Smith, safety.
ILASS PRESIDENTS - Chris Teraoka, Freshmang Ron Peters, Sophomoreg
Dennis Maul, Juniorg and Gary Whitely, Senior,
TIME IIE EIJMMISSIIINEHS FILLED
WITH SERVICE TU STUDENT BUIJY
An amendment to the constitution provided for a new commissioner, the Commissioner of
Art. This office was formed to aid the Commissioner ot Publicity with her many duties. '
The Executive Council held their weekly meetings on Tuesday during the regular leadership
class. The remainder of the week consisted of a speech class, civics class for the seniors, work days,
and a study of group dynamics.
A retreat for improvement of the government was taken by the Executive Council and the
House of Representatives in the Spring.
STUDENT LEGISLATURE SEB E SEHUIIL
The busy legislators ot the House ot Representatives, the lower House of our bi-cameral gov-
ernment, conscientiously carried out their duties and passed many new bills suggested by the students.
During the year, student interest in homerooms reached an all time high.
Other business that the House ot Representatives discussed and recommended action on rang-
ed trom ways to increase rooter attendance at games to the crowded bus situation, The House also
fulfilled duties such as executing elections for the new lntra-Club Council and the Associated Stu-
dent Body elections.
Top - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - IFirst Semesterl STAND- D. Simonian, L. Kofki, G. Onaka, E, Fitzgerald, C. Powell, B.
ing: H. Laloian, Speaker of the Houseg A. Bulalch, Clerkg L. White, Goble, J, Kosparian, R. Krikorian.
V. Ramirez, H. Horn, D. Burnside, D. Peters. SITTING: B. Blayney,
Bottom - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1 tSecond Semesteri Krikorian, M. Bagdasarlan, K. Kamikawa, G. Franco, L. Koski, E.
STANDING: H. Loloian, Speaker of the House, FIRST ROW: A. Bu- Tanner. THIRD ROW: G. Goshgarian, K. Paboojian, V. Ramirez, D.
Ioick, Clerk, B. Ermoian, G. Farris, R. Montoya. SECOND ROW: R, Petersen, S. Graham, D. Simonian.
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The l959 Litoria, with the theme "Stepping
along with Time", has stepped out to be reod and
viewed by everyone at Fowler High, The editors,
June Stenfort and Pete Mason, have kept in step
with deadlines, facing them at every turn.
This year with the addition of an art editor,
.lim Artrip, the book is filled with many snappy
cartoons depicting school lite. We can thank Den-
nis Maul, business manager, and his assistant, Don
Merigian, for the ads that provided for expenses.
LITORIA EDITORS AND SPONSOR - June Stenfort, Petc Mason, Ethel
CENTER LEFT: PHOTOGRAPHERS - BACK ROW: Ted Kazarian, Tom
Simonian. FRONT ROW: Stan Stoirs, Jim Artrlp.
STAFF HEEIIBIIS THE YEAITS ACTIVITIES
LITORIA STAFF BACK ROV! l. Ikeda G l-lamp H Shekerjian banks,
sponsor A Taniguchi J Carter V Bedrosian J Fe-over B E R. Ahronian, J. Bedrosian, D. Krikorian.
D. Burnside, FRONT ROW: K. Omland, H. Laloian, H. Horii,
FHIJSH START HUGEEIJ IILIMB
urer, FRONT Row: Chris Teraoka, President, DoralSmithfVice-Fresi-dehltglvg'-a -'H l 'Him'
Rodriquez, Secretary, tNot ln Picture: Elaine Machado, Athletic Managerl.
The Class of l962's inspiring motto, "Forward Onward, We'll Reach Our Goal," has con-
tributed much to their success as the scrubs of Fowler High. Led by class president, Chris Teroka,
they have finished their first year with many worthwhile accomplishments.
The wheels started moving when they teamed up with the Sophomore Class in the Fowler Fall
Festival and produced a prize winning float, displaying Paul Bunyon and the riches of the Fowler
Soon after that, their nominee, Frankie Gonzalves, won the crown of Twirp King. Some of
the other activities included concessions at football and basketball games, Mayfair concession, and
Looking back over a year of pleasure and fun, they are now ready to advance another step
and become true Redcats of Fowler High.
A few energetic young freshmen are cheerfully re-
moving the litter from the football field - one of their
many lowly tasks. They are from left to right Hone Con-
treareas, Sharon Rhodes, Junior Cook, Stanley Thomas,
Preston Spigler, Bob Netzley, and Sharon Aslanian.
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MR. POWELL'S HOMEROOM -- BACK
ROW: R. Escalera, J. Goode, M. Girlz,
E. Roy, F. Gonsalves, J. Jeffreys.
FOURTH ROW: G. Goble, T. Johnson,
M. Karagozian, A. Garcia, R. Hamilton.
THIRD ROW: T, Gonzales, A. Garcia,
R. Gonzales, L. Koski, R. Heredia, A.
Haro. SECOND ROW: L. Hernandez, R.
Kazarian, B. Jackson, C. Ikeda, D. Kere
by. FRONT ROW: G. Rodriquez, N.
Rogers, E. Miyasaki, E, Kazarian, M.
Rosen, E. Harper. lNoT In Picture: J.
MRS. EHRLICH'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: T. Black, B. Barsumian, B. Ei-
land, G. English, R. Bagdasarian, K.
Bedrosian. FRONT ROW: J. Butler, J.
Cook, R. Cowings, R. Cavazosi, R. Bank.
THIRD ROW: R. Cruz, H. Confreas, M.
Casfaneda, M. Fodor, F, Fuiikawa, D.
Coolidge. SECOND ROW: M. Alfaro, G.
Farris, R. Cook, S. Butler, B, Blayney,
C. Delgado. FRONT ROW: V, Davis, S.
Aslanian, A. Easter, M. Fevinger, S.
Ashcroft. INOT In Picture: G. Aguilera,
Christine Delgado, Vera Rodriquez and Sherin Ashcraff are
Some members of the freshman class puf fhe finishing ready fo serve the faculty some goodies of the freshman girls'
touches on Paul Bunyan for the freshman-sophomore floaf. homemaking tea.
as-Gm W' e ax W .hrimeman
Ron Cowlings, Stan Stairs, and John Bynum are tensed for Mary Lou Girtz awaits the snap ot the camera for her
the gun for the 'I00 yard dash in the inter-class track meet. school picture.
MR. GEORGE'S HOMEROOM -
BACK ROW: N, Gibson, D. Simon-
iarr, P. Spigner, S. Thomas, R.
Thomas, R. Subia. FIFTH ROW: R.
Tsujioka, T. Zarate, J. Sanchez, L.
Souders. J. Wilson. FOURTH ROW:
G. Tovar, M. Zavala, M. Takeda, R,
Sakamoto, F. Valenzuela. THIRD
ROW: J. Shapazian, A. Sherman,
C. Vasquez, E. Warstler, L. White-
ly. SECOND ROW: B. Wilkins, C.
Teraoka. G. Square, B. Thompson
P. Warren, J. Serrato. FRONT ROW:
D, Smith, B. Smith, L. Westmore-
land, D. Weinberg, B. Wilson, G
Sanchez. iNot In Picture: J. Tor-
res, O. Wmningham, B. Zunigil
MR. HILL'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: D. Petersen, F. Roman, T.
Morales, L. Muldrew, J. Rice. FIFTH
ROW: J. Nojarian, B. Parks, J. Pe-
rez, D. Magill, G. Onaka, D. Melia.
FOURTH ROW: B, Netzley, R. Na-
kamura, J. Rodriquez, V. Marshall,
S. Rhodes, C. Nutt. THIRD ROW.
A. Micacio, E. Machado, C. Mc-
Duffie, R. Morono, V. Rodriquez C.
Roclriquez. SECOND ROW: R, Ro-
bles, R. Ortez, L. Orozco, O. Leyva,
D. Mason, J. Mejia. FRONT ROW'
S. Oviedo, S. Parnagian, N. Rodgers,
D. Maul, M. Murrieta, L. Munoz.
lNot In Pictures: J. Lopez, R. Puli-
RIGHT - STUDENT COURT - BACK ROW: A. Fuqua,
recorder, J. lshlcanian, clerkg G. Hamp, bailiff, A. Tani-
guchi, recorder, FRONT ROW: P. Mason, justice, R.
Ahronian, chief justice, J. Carter, justice, V. Bedrosian,
assistant bailiffj Mel Kazarian, prosecuting attorney,
and Barry Nix, prosecuting attorney.
Above - Witness Dennis Maul is being sworn in by
Clerk Joyce lshkanian.
Right - Justices Jim Carter, Pete Mason, and Rich-
ard Ahronian are explaining to defendent Herb Cain
why he was found guilty.
EU HT WIELIJS LUNG ABM
UF .I STIIIE
ln its second year of existance, the Student Court helper
the students of Fowler High realize the importance of mair
taining respectable behavior at all times.
The Justices, Prosecuters, and Recorders received valL
able experience in court procedures which will be helpful i
the future years.
Ruling wisely on all citations given by the Knights an
Ladies, the Student Court proved capable disipline can b
handled by the students instead of the Administration.
CAMPUS UUEEN PIJIITBAYS REGAL SPLENIJUH y
QUEEN Jovce ISHKANIAN Q Q,5if" 'fl
Joyce Ishkanlan ls crowned Campus Queen
t y s Queen, Linda McGIaughlin.
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Queen Joyce and her attendants regally ride in the Fowler Fall Festival Parade
Joy Artrip, Hannah Oakley, Betty Munoz, Sherry Banks, Lupe Orosco, Barbara Smith
and Virginia Easley.
Paul Bunyon displays the riches ot
Fowler on the Freshman-Sophomore float,
which captured first place in the High
School division of the Fowler Fall Festival
FLD T5 Illl ELILIIH Tll P LL FESTIVAL
HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED! - This is aptly portrayed on the GAA Ann Bulaich prepares to drive the Girls League carl
float by Phyllis Chambers, Martha Bagdasanan Ruby Montoya Janice T-I er e ade C V Ramirez L Whlte on '
and Linda Barbato. Ovleda go along for the ride
VARSITY - BACK ROW: Coach J. Pereira, E. Abernathy, Manager, J. Butler, H. Horii, J. Soghomonian, J. Bedrosian, J, Ramirez, B,
J. Jeffreys, N. Atchley, D. Barnes, B. Cowings, R. Pisor, G, Whiteley, Nix, T. Simonian. FRONT ROW: R. Mirigian, G. Krueger, L. Fujii,
J. Valdez, E. Young, J. Carter, R, Denham, D. Piaboojian, A. Robin- K. Paboojian, S, Stairs, L. Thornpson, P, Orphan, D. Peters, C. Lan-
son, Manager, E. Barsamian, Coach R. Warmack. MIDDLE ROW: Ingham, G. Frazier, D. Martinez.
I-KHSITY FIELDS FI E TEAM
The romping Redcats of Fowler under the skillful leadership of Coaches John Pereira and
Robert Warmack concluded a reputable 5-2-2 season of many gridiron thrills.
Highlighting the season for the Redcats was an impressive 20-20 tie with the league cham-
pion, Kingsburg Vikings.
The Varsity started the season off with a bang by taking their first four games before finally
being slowed down by a 7-7 tie to Exeter. This did not halt the fighting Redcats, who then surged
ahead to provide the fans with more thrills for the remainder of a fine season of football.
YELL LEADERS 1 A. Taniguchi, B, Souza J. lshkanian.
ck Bedrosion tNo. 17? hurdles over a group of would be Shaffer
ers to score.
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JACK JIM JERRY GERALD
BEDROSIAN CARTER GALVIN HAMP
HOWARD MEL DAN BARRY
HORII KAZARIAN MARTINEZ NIX
DAVID AL RUSSELL STAN
PETERS RODRIQUEZ SMITH STAIRS
Fowler 32 . . . , Shafter 6
Fowler 48 . . . . Tranquillity 2
Fowler 20 . . . . Washington l2
Fowler 3l . . . . Lemoore 25
Fowler 7 , . . . Exeter 7-
Fowler 35 . . . Dinuba 7
Fowler 20 . . . Kingsburg 20
Fowler 7 . . . , Selma 60
Fowler O . . . . Sanger 26
EENIIJH CHAMPS WIN LETTERS
B TEAM - BACK ROW: R. Kazarian, Manager, A. Duncan, J. Malarcw, S. Thomas, V. Bedrosian, R, Henderson G Darling M
Stanfield, F. Hashimoto. R, Banks, J. Bynum, G. English, R. Ahrone Karagoz.an, Coach P. Patino. FRONT ROW: 'Martinezj E
lan, B. Martin, R, Kazarian, R. Mayebo, H. Cain, B. Eiland, R. Saka- Souders, B. Nielsen, R. Cayazos, R, Subia, R. Peters, F, GOnsalves
moto, D. Simonian, Manager. MIDDLE ROW: Coach A. Leal, R. T. Aluisi, C. Tcraoka, L. Koski, R, Fujikawa.
Wilkins, E. Morrill, R. Nakamura, E, York, R, Thomas, J. Goode, L.
KITTE 5 5 ASH THRU BH A SEASU UF THHILLS
' GIRLS - TOP CLOCKWISE: C. Henderson, E. Kirby, l. Carmona,
Thuesen, K. Kamikawa.
Fowler 6 . . Shatter
Fowler l8 . . Tranquillity
Fowler l3 . . Washington
Fowler 6 . . Lemoore
Fowler 26 . . Exeter
Fowler O . . Dinuba
Fowler l2 . . Kingsburg
Fowler O . . Selma
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Although suffering many tough breaks and close losses, the Fowler B Team delivered a
favorable football season. ln the final standings, the Kittens were tied for third place with Exeter, a
team beaten by Fowler 26-14.
After winning their first two league games over Lemoore and Exeter, the Kittens seemed
to be heading for the league championship. They then lost three heart-breakers in a row, a 6-O
defeat from the hands of the Dinuba "B's", an l8-l2 loss to Kingsburg, and a 7-O loss to the Selma
aggregation. The Kittens finished the season, losing to the stronger Sanger "B's" 26-6,
Leading the team was triple-threat man Frank Hashimoto, the key man in most of the
team's victories. Standouts on the line were Herb Cain, end, and Richard Ahronion, center.
B LINEUP - BACKFIELD: F. Gonsalves, Quarterback, R. Mayebo, I Right Guard, R. Ahronian, Center, L, Lucero, left Guardg B. Mar-
Left Half, F. Hashimoto, Right Half, R. Nakamura, Fullback. Lllglgf tin, Left Tackle, L. Muldrew, Left End.
MEN: H. Cain, Right Endf G. EnglisQight Tackle, R. Kazari ,
GRADUATING LETTERMEN - Frank Hashimoto, Rbichard Ahron-
ian Richard Fuiikawa. ,
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Fowler 24 . . . Riverdale l6
Fowler 39 . . . Washington 2l
Fowler 23 . . . Riverdale 30
Fowler 24 . . . Lemoore 22
' Fowler 26 . . . Exeter 22
' Fowler 36 . . . Dinuba 32
Fowler 27 . . . Kingsburg l7
Fowler 29 . . . Selma l7
Fowler 25 . . . . Sanger 12
C BASKETBALL TEAM --
BACK ROW: R. Moreno,
manager, C. Walker, V.
Pursell, R. Cowings, D.
Hill, Coach D. George.
FRONT ROW: T. Vargas,
. Walker, T. Fujikawa,
. Munoz, T. Thompson.
STARTING LINEUP - T. Vargas, V. Pursell, R. Cowings,
D. Hill, T. Thompson.
PEPPY II HIIIIPSTEHS TAKE IIHAMPIUNSHIP
Tony Vargas lays in two points as Vernon
Fursell, No. 28, is ready to assist.
Last season the FUHS C basketball team, under the cap-
able guidance of Coach Don George, won the C.S.L. champion-
ship. The "Kitty Cats" were undefeated in league play and
also split even with four non-conference foes.
The scoring leaders were Tony Vargas, Thomas Thomp-
son, and Vernon Pursell, while David Hill and Ron Cowings
were the mainstays on defense.
The D team did not actively participate in the C.S.L. this
year, although they did play two non-conference games, win-
ning one and losing one.
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BAND - BACK ROW: R. Kazarian, E. Barsamian, J. Goode, M. SECOND ROW: S. Nix, E. Souders, B. Blayney, J. Wilson, G. Franco,
Kcvorkian, l.. Koski, G. Krueger, R. Sakamoto. FOURTH ROW: D. S. Cavazos, J. Ramirez, Director E. Powell. FRONT ROW: P. Garn-
Pabooiiari, C. Vasquez, D. Robles, D. Smith, R. Karlc, J. Okamura, er, J. Fl0res, J. Biggerstaff, J. Garner, P. Orphan, L. Harris, A.
D. Pursell. THIRD ROW: F. Coria, D. Hill, M. Wilson, R. Duncan, W. Krueger.
Tsuchiguchi, V. Bagdasarian, M. Rodriquez, C. Robles, C Powell.
Maiorettes and Drum Maior - Vickie Simpson, Ben Gerber, Peggy
TU"Pl'1- Banner Carriers - Poulci Cox, Beverly Maxwell.
Though small in number, the Fowler High Band with its thirty-eight members rounded out
the year's musical memories by turning in good performances at the various activities they entered.
Under the direction ot Earl Powell, the band participated in the Fowler Fall Festival, the San-
ger Christmas parade, the Dinuba Raisin Day parade, and at the halt-time activities of the home
tootball games. They also represented Fowler at the Fresno County Music Festival.
Some of the band members had the privilege of participating in the Fresno County Honor
Band and COP Scholarship Band.
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The sophomore class has undertaken many
money-making projects to increase their treas-
ury and have crossed important milestones
on their way to becoming upperclassmen. ln
cooperation with the freshman class they dis-
played their artistic abilities on a float which
took first place in the Fowler Fall Festival
Class rings were selected last fall and are
now proudly displayed by a majority of the
Class of l96l. Other activities which high-
lighted their year were concessions at sport
events, a class assembly, and dances.
"Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead",
the class motto, has been their goal as they
have diligently worked to keep in step through
thletic Manager Barbara Souza Yell Leader Arbary
Yell Leader Karen Kamikawa Treasurer JoAnn Big
Girls Athletic Manager. FRONT ROW: Ron Peters,
AORE CLASS OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Richard Valdez,
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it Anthony Vargas, Vice President, Shelley Nix, Secre-
AORE CLASS SPONSORS - BACK ROW: Keith Draughon, Frank
John Pereirot FRONT ROW: Al Leal, Muriel Miller.
SIJPHS BEACH MIIIPIIINT IN THEIR .IUUHNEY
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MR. DRAUGHON'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: J. Laikam, M. Kerbagian, B. Kincaid,
R. Henderson. FORTH ROW: R. Hernandez,
R. I-lurtado, G. Gomez, L. Lucero, D. Hull,
D. Krikorion, A. Gomez. THIRD ROW: A.
Easter, G. Flanigan, J. Gutile, J. Jensen,
P. Franco, M. Kevorkion. SECOND ROW: J.
Kasparian, P. Garner, R. Lopez, M. Lott,
J. Hashizume, K. Kamikawa, C. Elias.
FRONT ROW: H. Lawver, B. Edwards, G.
Garcia, D, Kawano, B, Gong, K. Eckrnan.
INOT in picture: H. Hill, B. Leyva, R. Lu-
Bottom Right - At the sophomore
basketball concession Bill Nielsen hands
Peter Franco a coke as Elaine Fitzgerald
and Myron Kerbaiian look on.
Bottom Center - Ginny Easley, the
featured singer ot the sophomore class as-
sembly, stands attentively with a pleasant
smile for the camera man.
Bottom Lett - Shelly Nix and Lee
Harris accompany Charlie Powell on the
clarinet and Dennis Pabooiian on the
trumpet for the sophomore class assembly.
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MR. PERElRA'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: F, Bagdasarian, L. Butler, W. Cow-
ings, N. Alchley. FORTH ROW: P. Cur-
rier, R. Denham, F. Carrasco, A. Avila, G.
Darling. THIRD ROW: C. Blarichetfe
Deatherage, J. Bynum, D, Contreras, F.
Coria, V. Bagdasarian. SECOND ROW: M.
Bagdasarian, V. Easley, P. Chambers
Fitzgerald, D. Castillo. FIRST ROW: D.
Fry, J. Cain, K. Cornell, D. Craig, J.
Biggerslaff, K. Burns. INof in picture: T.
Aluisi, J. Belfram, P. Bclencourt, R. Apari-
co, A. Duncan!
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ng-size as Virginia Easley and Ron Peters wait anxiously for Sophomore Assembly,
MR. ABSTON'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: K. Schmall, E. Young, M. Vasquez,
R. Stucke, R. Whitener. FIFTH ROW: A.
Vargas, L. Thompson, C. Trinidad, J, Smith,
R. Wheathers, J. Simonian. FOURTH ROW:
R. Subia, G. Sandell, R. Salinas, E. York,
R. Wilkins. THlRD ROW: R. Valdez, T,
Thompson, F. Torres, E. Souders, E. Tan-
ner. SECOND ROW: F, Solomon, A, Thomp-
son, J. Tiller, R, Tsuchiguchi, J. Shamsho-
ian. FIRST ROW: M. Wilson, B, Souza, M.
Taniguchi, L. Zamora, C. Vasquez, M.
Turner, lNot in picture: l. Trinidacll
MRS. MILLiR'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW. C. Powell, D. Pabooiian, R. Maul.
FOQRTH ROW: E. Morrill, V. Pursell, R.
Munoz, B. Nielsen, J, Martlnez, THIRD
ROW: R. Peters, K. Pope, J. Paboojian, A.
Robinson, T. Martinez. SECOND ROW: T,
Munoz, D. Robles, S. Nix, M. Price, B.
Munoz. FIRST ROW: R. Monto,a, E. Rin-
concs, M. Mejia, S. McCleary, E. Partillo,
M. Romero. KNot in picture: M, Martinez,
R Mirlgian, D. Moreno.J
The King and his court pose for fhe camera James Garner
senior Bob junior King Frankie Gonsalves freshman
King of Twirp, Frankie Gonsalves
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Twirp participants swing and sway to a slow one during
the fall Twirp Dance.
"Y" CLUBS B ILIJ SIIHIJIJL IIHALE
The Fowler High School "Y" Clubs, under the leadership ot Norma Gonsalves and Stan
Stairs, have completed a well organized year of activities. Miss Alice Blayney and Mr. Donnell
George have had the important and well rewarding job of sponsoring the Tri-Hi-Y and the Hi-Y
Joint meetings with other schools, conventions in Fresno, community projects, and recrea-
tional meetings were some ot the many activities the groups participated in this year.
Each step of the way, the clubs have fulfilled their striving motto of Pure Thoughtsl Pure
Wordsl Pure Actions!
TRI-HI-Y - BACK ROW: M, Butler, S. Ashcroft, S. Banks, E. Kirby,
vice pres., M. Robinson, B. Machado, A. Fry, B. Eubanks, W. An
clerson, K. Omland, J. Biggerstaff, D. Purse-ll, G. Easley, A. Aubu
chon, J. Tiller, A. Fuqua, B. Munoz, E. Fitzgerald, D. Weinburg, J
lshkanion, C. Thuesen, D. Craig, M. Easter, B. Maxwell, P. Marshall
B. Smith, E. Kazarian, SECOND ROW1 K. Blanchette, S, Niemeyer
M. Rodriquez, V. Ramirez, J. Kasparian, J. Jensen, C. Henderson,
P. Turpin, B, Blayney, J. Stenfort, S. Nix, M, Price, L. Zamora, J.
Gutile, F. Solomon, M. Bagdasarian, D. Maul, A. Fry. FRONT ROW:
G. Franco, J. Hull, T. Nielsen, sc.-chairman, C. Vucovich, J. Sham,
trees., K. Burns, Paula Cox, sec, J. Paboojian, chaplain: N. Gan-
salves, pres., R. Montoya, L. White, J. Artrip, S. Holt, V. Simpson.
HI-Y - BACK ROW: R. Salinas, H. Cain, J. Valdez, G. Whiteley, V. Bedrosian, sec., J, Sogamonian
Carter, R. Smith, D, Martinez, A, Duncan. MIDDLE ROW: R. Peters, S. Stairs, pres., K, Paboojian,
Peters, treas., D. Krikorian, A. Easter, A. Sherman. FRONT ROW: R. Stark, B, Nix, D. Maul, chaplain
Kazcirian, P. Orphan, R. Kazarian. lNot in picture: P. Mason, vice pres.l
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A. Tciniguchi, Sgt. of Arms, B. Hiyama, V. Bagdasarian, M. Fodor, Omland, L. Ikeda, A. Nahigian, L. White, J. Artrip, J. Feaver. lNot
C. Ikeda, G. Sanchez, T. Nielsen. MIDDLE ROW: J. Takahashi, J. in the picture: S. Nahigian, sec., G. Benedictl
Okamura, vice pres., J. Stenfart, C. Henderson, M. Rosen, B. Blay-
The Senior Scouts displayed underlying service to both
the school and the community. During Fowler's 50th annivers-
ary celebration, they presented a plaque to the city to be
mounted in honor of the volunteer firemen.
Their activities included concession stands at the Fowler
Fall Festival, the monthly potluck meeting, a Christmas party,
and a year-end trip.
In completing one of their most successful years as a
service club, the Knights and Ladies diligently preserved
peace in the halls and cafeteria. They issued citations to stu-
dents who had no regard for peace and order and upheld
the honor ot their club.
Ron Kozarian shows Joy Arfrip the
proper way to dispose of trash.
5 AND LADIES - BACK ROW: P
A. Kazarian, H. Cain, S. Stairs, G.
V. Bedrosian, K. Yoshimoto, R.
, J. Carter, H. Horii, H. Laloian,
wian, Co-Chairman, J. Artrip, D
Whiteley, C. Woods, Sponsor, D.
G. Hamp. MIDDLE ROW1 H.
. Nielsen, J. Toyoda, J. Stenfort,
i, K. Paboolian, J. Okamura, R.
J. lshkanian, J. Artrip. FRONT
. Fuqua, M. Nakamura, A. Tani-
Takahashi, A. Bulaich, C. Hen!
I. Thuesen, B. Hiyama.
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IIAIJETS STHESS ARMY HIIUTINE
CADETS -- BACK ROW: P. Chambers, R
Moreno, J. Torres, P. Spigner, B. Parks, R
Aparicio, C. Walker, T. Black, Mr. Hai-
Shekerjian. FRONT ROW: George Cornell
E. Deatherage, C. Walker, T. Martinez, T
Sarote, L. Hernandez, B. Morrill, R. Whit
The Cadets come to Present Arms at retreat. George Cornell, Ron Whiten-
er, Ruben Moreno, and Philip Chambers.
The mission of the California Cadet Corp is to instruct and train the corps to the end that
each student shall have the qualities and attributes essential to his progressive and continued devel-
opment throughout his four years in high school.
During the past year the Fowler Batallion has participated in the Fowler Fall Festival,
patrolled at home football games, and under the guiding eye of Captain Shekerjian took part in three
rifle matches with nearby high schools.
The final major event of the year was held on May l4, when Colonel Tanner Regional
Commander, inspected the cadets for neatness, knowledge of military efficiency, first aild, nomen-
clature of the rifle, and courtesy.
YARSITY BACKETBALL TEAM -- BACK ROW: R.. Sakamoto, mgixg J. Carter, J. Garner, J. Artrip, A, Capoz- 4 3
zi, E. Young, B. Cowings, L. Thompson, J. l-leredia. FRONT ROW: E. Abernathy, mgr.g P. Mason,
H. Horn, D. Barnes, F. Hashimoto J. Ramirez, T. Munoz, mgr.
The Fowler High School Redcats were hampered this
year by lack of experience. They played many close games
:JS the season waned on due to increasing team improve-
The high point of the season came when Coach Phil
Patino's Redcat "Cagers" defeated the Dinuba High Emper-
Drs, who had beaten such teams as Lemoore and Kingsburg
earlier in the season.
The starting five was composed mostly of "green
'1oopsters" which will prove to be an asset to basketball at
FUHS in future years. The team underwent a loss as league
play started when the only returning letterman, Pete Mason,
suffered a broken collar bone and a head concussion.
Team practices rebounding as Pete Mason shoots a free throw.
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Thompson poises for rebound.
Fowler 27 . . Sanger 42
Fowler 36 . . Lemoore 50
Fowler 26 . . Kingsburg 53
Fowler 46 . . Selma 60
Fowler 45 . . Dinuba 34
Fowler 38 . . Exeter 43
Fowler 23 . . Sanger 50
Fowler 42 . . Lemoore 44
Fowler 24 . . Kingsburg 45
Fowler 23 . . Selma 50
Fowler 4l . . Dinuba 46
Fowler 3l . . Exeter 35
SLIJW SEJISIIN IIJITEIIES VARSITY FIVE IN LIISINE STHEIIK
B's BUZZ BUT STINE FEW UPPIJNENTS
Fowler 25 . . . Dinuba 33
Fowler 23 . . . Sanger 24
Fowler 26 . . . Lemoore 24
Fowler 29 . . . Kingsburg 32
Fowler 27 . . . Selma 2l
Fowler 33 . . . Dinuba 36
Fowler l7 . . . Exeter 42
Fowler 38 . . . Kingsburg 49
Fowler 37 . . . Selma 4l
Fowler 33 . . . Exeter 38
The Fowler B team coached by Rob-
ert Warmack ended the season with three
league wins and nine losses. The Kittens
lost game after game by a two to tive
point margin. Despite their record, the
Kittens gave the fans many thrills as
they battled their opponents to the end
ot each game.
Tony Vargas led the Kittens in the
scoring department. Ricky Valdez and
Archie Duncan were good tloormen as
well as shooters.
Arbary Robinson was the chief of the
tloor. He would set up the offense and
make the initial move.
Kittens iump for rebound in practice session.
B's get underway against Kingsburg.
B BASKETBALL TEAM -
BACK ROW: B. Warmack,
coach, J. Goode, A. Duncan
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Mgr. FRONT ROW: V, Pur
sell, T. Vargas, E. Saunders,
A, Robinson, T. Thompson,
R Valdez T. Vela.
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Thanksgiving baskets for the needy are displayed by FHA
girls. Tami Nielsen, Bessy Gong, Peggy Turpin, Ellen Miyasake,
and Sandra Holt.
"Toward New Horizons", the motto of the national organization of Future Homemakers,
expresses the purpose of this club which is learning to live better tomorrow. The local chapter has
now completed the eighth year of success in the field of homemaking.
During the past year under the leadership of President Peggy Turpin and Sponsor Mrs. Elva
Ehrlich, the FHA has participated in many activities and undertaken several projects.
Early in the tall there was a candlelight ceremony for new members and a convention at
Asilomar, which two girls from Fowler attended. The club distributed food baskets to needy families
at Thanksgiving. ln early spring a Valentine Dance was jointly sponsored with the FFA.
Another important project was the presenting of a silver tea service to the homemaking de-
FHA - THIRD ROW: E. Ehrlich, sponsor, M. Robinson, C. Robles, K. Kamikawa, K. Cornell, B. Gong, J. Hill, M. Taniguchi, M. Wil'
C. Vucovich, V. Ramirez, A. Fry, B. Machado, W. Anderson, J. son, V. Gomez, D. Fry, D. Kawano, V. Rodriguez. FRONT ROW: G.
lshkanian, B. Maxwell, K. Omland, M. Price, C. Thuesen, D. Pur- Franco B. Ermoian, A. Nahigian, A. Bulaich, M. Brandon, historian,
sell, J. Wilson, F. Solomon, J. Gutile, S. Holt, M. Turner, J. Hashi- V. Simpson, vice pres., P. Turpin, pres., P. Cox, treas.p L. Romero,
zume, V. Bagdasarian, D. Kirby, C. Blanchette, J. Tiller, M. Rosen, parliamenfarian, S. Bank, reporter, T. Nielsen, song leader, B.
N. Gonsalvcs. SECOND ROW: A. Thompson, M. Lott, L. Ikeda, H. Eubanks, E. Miyasake.
Deatherage, S. Niemeyer, J. Jensen, M. Bagdasarian, R. Montoya,
HUMEMAHEH5 Lllllli TU FUTURE
FFA - BACK ROW: E.
Young B. Morrill, T. Ker-
by, P, Orphan, J. Galvan,
L. Nord, T. Simonian, R.
Smith, sec., F, Galvian,
J. Soghomonian, K. Bed-
rosian R. Bagdasarian, F,
Bagdasorian, M. Kerbai-
ian, Mr. Ben From, spon-
sor. SECOND ROW: R.
Rebensdorf, J. Rogers, R.
Pendergrass, G. Sandell,
R. Kincaid R. Petrille,
M. Johnson, R, Scott, A,
Sherman, J. Galvan,
treas-,. R. Bank, R. Ham-
ilton. R. Mirigian. FRON-T
ROW: B. Parks, B, Netz-
Iey P. Franco, B. Sandell,
D. Peters, V. pres., J,
Carter, reporter, B. Nix,
, M. Franco, pres., K.
i Schmall, sentinel, J. Si-
monian, R. Maul.
FUTURE FARMERS REAP REWARDS UE
FFA boys, Jim Carter, Russel Smith, and David Peters,
try their hand at the fine art of pruning vines.
The Fowler Chapter of the Future Farmers of Ameri-
ca, under the guidance of President Marcus Franco and
Sponsor Ben From, again completed a very active and
successful year. Many service projects and a sprinkling
of social activities highlighted this year's well-rounded
The Chapter's principal community service project
was the collection and delivery of fruit from local grow-
ers to the Fowler community exhibit at the Fresno Coun-
Another project of large proportions was the tree
pruning contest sponsored by the Fowler FFA. The con-
test, held in the spring of 'l959, was open to all l8 FFA
Chapters in Fresno and Madera counties.
Several of the boys journeyed to the Cow Palace in
San Francisco during the Easter vacation to participate
in the Jr. Grand National Livestock show. A few of the
boys entered some of their excellent livestock and were
amply awarded for their efforts.
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TIIP UTIIH STUIJE T5 PHII IJTE HIGH Ill
A good deal of hard work and determination are
eded to quality students as members of the California
holarship Federation or the Quill and Scroll, Fowler I-ligh's
Students seeking membership in the Quill and Scroll
e required to be in the upper third of their class and must
outstanding journalism students.
One at the activities of the CSF was a car wash with
I proceeds going to a dinner for graduating seniors. A
erit assembly honoring all members was presented on Feb-
ary 25 with guest speakers from the University of Califor-
:J and Fresno State College.
Two active CSF'ers are at work. Joyce Oka-
mura, 2nd semester president, and Richard Kirkor-
ian, 1st semester president, are gathering im-
portant research data.
CSF - BACK ROW: P, Ma-
fon, C. Powell, 2nd Sem. V.
Pres., R. Denham, D, Pabooj-
.cn, lst Som. V. Pres., M.
Iiczarian, S. Stairs, R. Ah-
'on':1n, H. Laloian, G. Gosh-
gcr.an. R. Kiirkorian, lst
Sem, Pres., B. I-liyama, D.
Smith, J. Goode, M. Fodor,
L. Fujii, G. Onaka, Mrs. Mu-
riel Miller, Sponsor. MIDDLE
ROW: M. Taniguchi, C. Hen-
derson, 2nd Sem. Soc. Ch.,
C. Thuesen, 2nd Sem. Treas.,
B. Goble, lst Sem. Sec.-
Treas., J. Stentort, M, To-
kubo, M. Nakamura, F. Fuii-
kawa, lst Sem, Soc. Ch., R.
Tsuchiguchi, J. Okamura, 2nd
Sem. Pres., B. Blayney.
FRONT ROW, A. Bulaich 2nd
Sem. Sec., J. Toyodo, J. Til-
ler, S. Bonk, A. Ellis, A, TC-
niguchi, 2nd Sem. Soc. Ch.,
S. Nix, L. Zamora.
QUILL AND SCROLL - BACK ROW: D. Maul, H. Laloian, H. I-lorii, R, Ahronian, G,
Hump. FRONT ROW: Haig Shekerlian, sponsor, B. Eubanks, J. Stenfort, A, Taniguchi
J. Bedrosian, S. Stairs, P. Mason, L. Ikeda, Ethel Roosman, sponsor.
June Stenfort signs a new name on the scroll
GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS - BACK ROW:
Bernice Hiyama, Pub, Chr., Barbara Ma-
chado, Sr. Coun.5 Sylvia Oviedo, Fr. Court.,
MIDDLE ROW: Carol Vucovich, Treasj Ka-
ren Burns, Soph. C0un.g Virginia Ramirez,
Sec., Genevieve Franco, Prog. Chr., FRONT
ROW: Ann Fuqua, Vice Pres., Ann Bulaich,
Pres., Mrs. Elva Ehrlich, Sponsor.
Blossom Day winners were Karen Kamikawa, purchased
dresses: Tami Nielsen, self made, Judy Shamshoian, made by
someone else: and Mrs. Elva Ehrlich, teacher. Also looking an
os a future blossom day participant is Suzie Ehrlich.
Christmas was everywhere as Carol Vucovich, Arlene Fry
and Barbara Machado decorated the Christmas tree.
GIRLS KEEP IN STEP THE WHULE WAY
Lots of work and fun went into another year for the Girls' League, which consists of all the
girls at FUHS. Mrs. Elva Ehrlich returned as sponsor of the group.
Mayfair, shrouded by the theme of Mystic Islands, was a highly successful social event for
both school and community. Public Schools' Week was observed with an open house at the same
time, Blossom Day, another annual affair, welcomed in spring clothing in fine style. The girls hon-
ored their mothers at this event.
Christmas would not be the same at Fowler High if it weren't for the decorating of the
Christmas tree by the Girls' League. President Ann Bulaich also led the group through their big
and little sister program.
Remembered by many active participants was the wild twirp season when tables were turn-
ed on the boys, and girls put up the money for entertainment.
MAYFAIR CHAIRMEN - BACK ROW: M
Nakamura, B. Hiyama, J. Okamura, J
Stenfort, P. Cox, N. Gonsalves, H. Oakley
Mrs. Elva Ehrlich, sponsor. FRONT ROW
P. Turpin, A. Tamguchl, C, Thucscn, M
Robinson, V. Ramirez.
UUEEN NUBMA HEIH 'S ll EH YSTIEAI. ISLE
Girls League President Ann Buluich crowns the May-
fair Queen, Norma Gonsolves, as Student Body President
Stan Stairs waits to esc0rt her to the throne,
MAYFAIR QUEEN NORMA GONSALVES
The queen and her court are seated on a mystical
island. Janice Takahashi, Karen Kamikawa, Queen Nor-
ma Gonsalves, Frances Fuiikawa, Mary Lou Girtz.
JUNIUHS HAVE GAY TIME IIN WAY TU TIJP
Leat1er.J I ' 1 V F Y Y Y Y' nl--Wm., 'W
Faced with the responsibility of raising nearly one thousand dollars for the annual Junior-
Senior Prom, the class of '60 worked furiously toward this goal.
Junior Slave Day, concessions, several dances, and a Junior-Senior Play provided President
Dennis Maul with enough "green stuff" to present this gala affair at the picturesque Sunnyside
Country Club. Music by Lou Monte's band supplemented the theme of Moonlight and Roses.
Following their successful prom, the junior class looked foward to an equally successful year
as "king pin" seniors.
PROM COMMITTEE - Standing: D. Maul, Chairmang T. Nie
R. Mayebo, J. Artrip, F. Fuiikawa, K. Pabooiian, M. Nokan'
G. Goshgorian, K. Yoshimoto, R. Honda. Seated. M. Tokubc
Fuqua, R. Kazarian, L. White, R Stark.
MR. VOORHEES' HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: R. Holler, G. Goshgarlan. FOURTH
ROW: M. Harlan, L. Horns, F. Galvan, P.
Gomez. THIRD ROW: J. Galvon, B. Jones,
B. Goble, S. Holt, R. Honda. SECOND ROW:
B. Eubanks, J. Feavei, L. Hall, J. Hull, K.
Jeffrys. FRONT ROW: M. Brandon, M.
Hurado, J. Guerra, M. Gonzales, S. Bank,
L. Ikeda. KNO? in picture: D. Gobbel, A.
Hughey, N. Harperl
MES BLAYNEY'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: D. Alfaro, P. Chambers, J. Artrip,
R. Bagdasarian, D. Barnes. FOURTH ROW:
V. Bedrosian, L. Chacon, H. Cain, E. Aber-
ncilhv, G. Cornell. THIRD ROW: M. Case
lane-da, M. Flowers, R. Blancas, A. Flores,
J. Aririp. FRONT ROW: B. Bclcncourt, O.
Av.la, A. Blancas, F. Fuiikawa, M. Colc-
man, H. Black. INat in picture: A. Copoz-
z:, Lynn Fujii, M. Builer.
lndustrious iuniors and seniors work on their float Helen Black and Tami Nle
tor the Fall Festival Parade. John Galvan, Jerry Gal- Juniors provide refreshments at the slaves for Mr. Converse, have
van, Bernice Hiyama, Barbara Machado and Amy Fuii- interclass track meet for a nominal fee finished washing his car on J
kawa. to thirsty students. Slave Day.
Barbara Goble, Karen Omland, and Anita Ellis are seen here Woodshop students Dennis Maul and Russ Pisor work dili-
"watering down" the coffee at one of the football game con- gently on one of the sets for the Junior-Senior Play.
MR. SHEKERJlAN'S HOMEROOM - BACK
ROW: R. Plsor, T. Simonian. FOURTH
ROW: T. Thompson, H. Peralta, J. Sogho-
monian, R. Stark. THIRD ROW: R. Saka-
moto, K, Pabooiian, R. Rebensdorf, M.
Sherman, L, L. White. SECOND ROW: J. L.
White. G. Vasquez, M, Square, J. Toyoda,
M. York. FRONT ROW: E. Ramirez, M.
Rodrlquez, E. Ramirez, H. Torres, M. Toku-
bo, KNot in picture: R. Sondell, J, Stanfield,
MR, FROM'S HOMEROOM - BACK ROW:
G. Moorvartian, C. Martinez, R. Moreno.
FORTH ROW: B. Martin, R. Klrkarian, B.
Orosco T. Kazarian, P. Orphan. THIRD
ROW: R. Mayebo, E. Kirby, P. Kendrick, R.
Kazarian, D. Maul. SECOND ROW: P. Mar-
shall, T. Nielsen, K. Omland, A, Nah.glan,
S. Niemeyer. FRONT ROW: C. Mallory, I,
Munoz, R. Ochoa, D. Mena, M, Nakamu-
ra. fNot in picture: T. Kerby, E, Mathews,
R. Moore, O. Morrill.
DULLAH5 IIIHE LATE IJ SLAVE DAY
-Karen Omland is being oppressed by her senior owners during
during Slave Day.
2.-Ray Maul is purchasing two beauties at the Slave Day auction.
3.-Joy Artrip and Herb Cain are snaped by the camera as being
the two best-dressed slaves.
' t rned slave, is forced to carry some
.-Mr. Voorhees, auctroneer u
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Class President Dennis Maul, auctions off a
for a high price.
Mrs. Miller "drives" her Indian slave, Phil Chambers.
Mr Converse, iunior class sponsor, really thinks he has pur-
I Bl ck and Tamie Nielsen.
chased two hard workcrs in He en a
i all E
THESPI!-l 5 PRESE T "3 FIJH LL'
The complete cast ol the Ro-
mancers in a hoppy mood alter
the plot has unfolded.
Pete Mason reads a few lines
at Shakespeare to Ann Fuqua
in the Romancers,
The four waiters proudly sing
The villain, Charles Powell,
plots some evil schemes.
-The Melodrama cast pose hap-
pily for their picture as the
villain is not present,
-Warden Stairs talks to the con-
demned man James Dyke,
lGerald Hampj as the Father,
fRichard Ahronianl listens.
-Christine Thuesen makes an at-
tempt to learn the identity of
THE PHESSES HULLED IIN AND UN
Proving that ci small dedicated crew
can produce a quality high school news-
paper, the Redcat staff published a total
of 26 editions during the l958-59 school
term. Sponsor Haig Shekerjian provided
excellent guidance, even though he had
had little previous journalism experience.
Several issues of the Redcat were en-
tered in the annual San Joaquin Valley
Scholastic Press Association's high school
newspaper contest, where it earned a
A tew of the more conscientious staff
members attended the SJVSPA spring
conference held at Fresno State College
to round out an active school year.
REDCAT STAFF -
BACK ROW: T. Si
monian, S. Stairs J
Artrip, K. Omland, J
Feaver, P. Mason, J
Bedrosian. F R O N 1
ROW: A. Taniguchi
T. Kazarian D. Me-
rigian, D, Maul, J
FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER EDITORS - BACK ROW: D. Krkorian,
Shekerjian, sponsor, V. Bedrosian, FRONT ROW: l.. Ikeda, G, Hamp, H. L
Ioian, B. Eubanks.
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REDCAT BUSINESS MANAGERS - Richard
Ahronian and Howard Horiig Sponsor Ethel
COMMERCIAL CLUB -- BACK ROW: N. Gonsalves, J. Jensen, D. Pursell, S. Holt, P. Carol Vucovich, Barbara Machado, Ar-
Turpin, M. Rodriguez, Mr. Ted Converse, sponsor. SECOND ROW1 J. Garcia, trees., lene Fry, Josie Garcia, and Amy Fuiikawa
J. Takahashi, A, Fuiikawa, L. Ikeda, A. Nahigian. FRONT ROW: G. Franco, sec., proudly ride on the Fowler Commercial
A. Fry, C. Vucovich, pres., B, Machado, V. Pres., S. Banks, J. Hull. lNot in Picture: Club cor.
A. Bulaich, I. Carmona, S. Cavazos, P. Garner, V, Ramirez, prog. ch.J
The Fowler High Commercial Club, organized from the Future Business Leaders of America,
has just completed a successful year. The club was under the leadership of Sponsor Ted Converse and
President Carol Vucovich.
This group has undertaken many projects, which included a reference library, and a bulletin
board in the business department.
The Toastmasters' Club was reinstated this year to improve the speaking of the executive
council members as a vital part of leadership in future business and civic responsibilities of the stu-
Meeting biweekly, the activities of the group were directed by a toastmaster, who was ap-
pointed by the president, Following a refreshment period at the beginning of the meeting, prepar-
ed five-minute speeches and two-minute impromptu speeches were given. Critics appointed by the
toastmaster evaluated the speeches.
TOASTMASTERS' CLUB - STANDING: G. Whiteley, SEATED: R. Peters, D
Maul, P. Mason, J. Stenfort, J. Okamura, G. Hamp, C. Henderson, M. Kazar-
lan, R. Ahronion, J. Carter, H. Loloian, A. Taniguchi, S. Stairs.
Ron Peters, Gerald Hcmp, and Mr. Woods
listen attentively to June Stenfort's speech.
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STANDlNG - Lynn Fujii,
Stan Stairs, Leon Thompson,
Bill Cowings, Lee Harris,
Troy Thompson, Jack Bed-
rosion, FRONT ROW --
Coach Al Leal, Russell
Smith, Al Rodriquez, Gerald
Hamp, Daniel Martinez.
Sprinter: Gerald Hamp, Jack Bedrosian, Stan Stairs, Lee Harris are set f
a practice start.
Al R0dl'iqll21. Daniel Martinez and Russell Smith
clear the hurdles in pre season form.
HAMP HAMPEH5 UPPIINENTE HUHING TWU SEASIINS
Fowler's A track team started the season with a bagful of hopefuls, but as the season progress-
ed the common evils of track such as colds, flu, and eligibility claimed their victims.
Speedy Gerald Hamp was the individual track star once again this year. Hamp broke the
school record in the 220 yard dash in the time ot 22.4. He also tied the school record in the lOO
Jack Bedrosian, Stan Stairs, and Bill Cowings were out of action during the heart of the
season. Bedrosian had the fast time of 52 seconds flat in the 440. Stairs and Cowings were both
B THAEHSTEHS PACK PUTENTIAI. PIJWEH
Louie Chucon clears 10 feet in the pole vault. Over the hurdles go John Bynum, Ruben Hernandez, Lee
Muldrew, and Arbry Robinson.
The B track team has an abundance of material that needs about one more year of develop-
ment, and then watch out. The B's were weak in team strength and there were no blossoming stars.
Arbry Robinson, a hard working sophomore, was the decothalon man of the team. He would
sprint, hurdle, broad jump, put the shot, and do just about anything.
Stanley Thomas was the main sprinter tor the B's. Thomas, only a freshman, sprinted the
lOO in the good time of lO.6.
B TRACK TEAM - STAND-
ing: J. Bynum, P. Zpigner, J.
Laikam, B. Martin, G. Dar-
ling, L. Muldrew, L Chacon,
Coach Al Leol. FRONT ROW'
R, Hernandez, S, Thomas, J.
Najarian, A. Robinson.
MIIJIJET MEN MAKE MIGHTY EEEIIBT
Freshman John Goode led the C tracksters this season in
being the individual star. Goode excelled in the high jump
with an effort of 5'5".
Thomas Thompson, Vernon Bedrosian, Ron Cowings, and
Raul Covozos composed the C 440 yard relay team. Thomp-
son also ran the 330 yard dash.
Bedrosian and Cowings ran the 75 and 120 yard dashes.
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SEJISIJ EII SE IUHS DISPLAY BIIIIW UP W YS
SENIOR OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Jim Carter, Yell Leader, Gen- SENIOR SPONSORS - Percy Stanton, Anthony Garofoli, Phillip
cvieve Franco, Ath. Mgr., Janice Takahashi, Yell Leader, Joe Patina, Mrs. Freda Rainey. iNot in picture: Mrs. Nancy War-
Ramirez, V. Pres., Gary Whitcley, Pres. FRONT ROW: Joyce mack 8. Cameron Woodsj
Okamura, Sec., June Stenfort, Treasg Jack Bedrosian, Ath, Mgr.
SEAL BEARERS - BACK ROWi Harold Laloian, Richard Ahronian, Pete Mason, Second Row:
Bernice l-liyarna, Carolyn Henderson, Stan Stairs, June Stenfort, FRONT ROW: Aimy Tanigu-
chi, Joycc Okamura.
As they depart to face the world, the Class of '59 take with them memories of their freshmen
and sophomore class assemblies, the Junior Musical, and the Prom as the most outstanding events
of their four years.
Under the guidance of capable teachers, the graduating class developed into a well-rounded
group with intelligence, athletic ability, and leadership. They added much to the welfare of the stu-
dent body and left many contributions as a landmark of their stay.
In their last year, the seniors enjoyed such activities as Career Day, Senior Week, and the
RICHARD AHRONIAN -
CSL Pres., ASB Comm, of Wel-
fare, Student Court Chief Justice,
Frosh. V, Pres., Soph. Pres., CSF
Pres., Toastmasters', Knights 8.
Ladies Pres., Block F, Redcat
Bus. Mgr., Litoria, Jr. Review,
Jr. Musical, B. Football Capt.,
Tennis CofCapt., Basketball,
House of Rep., Prom Ch., Seal
Bearer, Quill 8. Scroll, Science
8. Math Club, Assemblies, lntra-
mural, Christmas Play, Jr,-Sr.
BARBARA BLAYNEY -
Tri-Hi-Y, Sr, Scouts, GAA, Mixed
Chorus, Aeolian Club, Swimming,
WANDA ANDERSON -
Betty Crocker Future Homemaker
Award, Mixed Chorus, FHA, Tri- A
Hi-Y, FCC, Aeolian Club, COP
Honor Chorus, Assemblies.
COP Honor Chorus, Jr. Review, DOYLE BLAIR-
Jr. Musical, Christmas Play, Ash
FFA, AV, Transfer to Central in
EDDIE BARSAMIAN -
Band, Jr. Musical, Football, As-
semblies, Football 8. Baseball
Mgr,, Stage Crew, Intramural,
NN BULAICH -
CSF Sec., FHA, GAA Treas. 81
Sec., Girls' League Pres, 8. Jr.
Rep., Knights 8. Ladies, FCC,
Spanish Club, Circle F, Tennis,
House of Rep. Clerk, Christmas
Play, Assemblies, Intramural.
June Stenfort, Stan Stairs
:ACK BEoRosiAN -
Quill 8 Scroll, Sr. Ath. Mgr.,
Block F, l-li-Y, l-louse of Rep.,
Redcat, Football, Track, Stage
Crew, Assemblies, Intramural.
DAN BURNSIDE -
COP Honor Chorus, Band, House
of Rep., Block F, AV, Hi-Y,
Knights 8. Ladies, Reclcats, Jr.
Musical, Tennis, Basketball,
Track, Assemblies, Mixed Chorus,
Boys' Chorus, Jr.-Sr. Play.
INEZ CARMONA -
Pep Girl, Maiorette, Aeolian Club,
Soph. Treras., FCC, Assemblies.
JIM CARTER -
Frosh. Yell Leader, Jr. V. Pres.,
Sr, Yell Leader, Hi-Y, FFA Re-
porter, Black F, Knights 81 Ladies,
Mixed Chorus, Jr. Musical, Foot-
ball, Twirp King '58, Prom
Ch., House of Rep. Speaker Pro-
Temp., Student Court Justice,
Basketball, Track, Baseball, ln-
MAYBELLE EASTER -
FHA, FCC, Tri-Hi-Y, GAA, Aeo-
HELEN DEATHERAGE - lion Club, Jr. Review, Assem-
FHA, Aeolian Club.
SOFIA CAVAZOS -
FHA, Aeolian Club, Band, A
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Aimy Taniguchi, Richard Ahronian
PAULA COX -
ASB Yell Leader, Swimming, Bon-
ner Carrier, FFA-FHA Valentine
Queen, FHA Treas., Tri-Hi-Y Sec.,
GAA, Art Club, Aeolian Club,
Christmas Play, Intramural, Frosh-
Soph, Queen Attendant, Assem-
JOHNNY FLORE5 - GENEVIEVE FRANCO -
Drama Club, Block F, Swing 8. House of Rep., GAA, Tri-l-li-Y,
Pep Bond, Jr.-Sr. Play, Jr. Musi- FHA, Band, Circle F, Swimming,
cal, Christmas Play, Basketball Sr. Scouts, Intramural, Assem-
MARCUS FRANCO - GARY FRAZIER - ARLENE FRY - AMY FUJIKAWA --
FFA Pres. 8. Sec., Hi-Y, Men's Knights 8: Ladies, Mixed Chorus, FHA, Tri-Hi-Y, FCC, Art Club, GAA, FCC, AV, Art Club, Circle
Chorus, Band, Jr. Musical, Art Football, Basketball, Track. Mixed Chorus, Jr. Musical, As- F, Tennis Mgr., Intramural, Ten-
Club, Football, Basketball. semblies, nis, Assemblies.
JERRY GALVAN -
RICHARD FUJIKAWA - FFA Treas., Block F, ASB Comm. JOSIE GARCIA - JAMES GARNER -
Jr. Musical, CSF, Football, Bos- of Welfare, Jr. Musical, Football House of Rep., FCC Sec. 8. Treas., Frosh, Pres., Jr. Yell Leader, AV,
ketball, Swimming, Block F, Math Most improved Player, Knights' 81 Aeolion Club, Pep Girl, Jr. Musi' Drama Club, Band, Christmas
81 Science Club, Spanish Club, in- Ladies, Baseball, Assemblies. cal, Assemblies. Play, Football, Basketball, Pep
tramural. Band, Mixed Chorus, Jr.-Sr, Play,
Carolyn Henderson, Pete Mason
BENNIE GERBER -
Band V. Pres. 8l Treas., Swing
Band, Drum Major, Assemblies,
Bank of America Award!!
GEEKLBI 'iilmv -
ASB Comm. ot Art, Block F Pres.,
Hi-Y, AV, Knights 8. Ladies,
Toastmasters', Redcat Ed. 8 Bus.
Mgr., Litoria, Jr. Musical, Jr.-Sr.
Play, Christmas Play, Track
Capt., Football Outstanding Back,
CSF, Quill 81 Scroll, House of Rep.,
Student Court Balit, Prom Com.
Chr., Assemblies, lntramurab,
Bank of America Award. X,"
VIRGINIA GOMEZ - NORMA GONSALVES - STEVE GRAHAM -
FHA, GAA, Aeolian Club, Jr
Musical, Intramural, Assemblies
FRANK HASHIMOTO -
Stage Crew, Football, Basketball,
AV Treas., BlOck F, Spanish Club,
S0ph. Yell Leader, Jr. Ath. Mgr.,
Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 8. Pres., FCC,
GAA, FHA, Aeolian Club V. Pres.,
Christmas Play, Mixed Chorus, ln-
CAROLYN HENDERSON -
ASB Sec., Soph. Sec., Jr. Treas.,
Sr. Scouts Pres., GAA Pres., CSF
Sec. 81 Social Ch., Girls' League
Treas. 81 Frosh. Rep., Prom Ch.,
Band, Head Pep Girl, Jr. Musical,
Christmas Play, Swimming Capt.,
Seal Bearer, D.A.R. Good Citizen
Award, Intramural, Knights 8.
Ladies. Circle F, Tri-Hi-Y, May-
fair Ch., Toastmasters, Bank of
House of Rep.,k Football, Track.
JOAQUIN HEREDIA -
Stage Crew, Band, Mixed Chorus
Football, Basketball, Baseball.
Joyce Okamura, Richard Fujikawa
Harold Laloian, Bernice Hiyama
BERNICE HIYAMA -
GAA Sec., Sr. Scout Sec. 8. Treas.,
Girls League Rep. 8. Pub. Cb,
Knights 8. Ladies, CSF, Seal Bear-
er, Circle F, Tennis, Assemblies,
intramural, Jr. Musical, Mayfair
RICHARD KARLE -
MERLE JOHNSON - House of Rep., COP Honor Band,
Swing Band, Assemblies.
HOWARD HORII -
House of Rep. Speaker Pro Temp.,
Block F Sec. 81 Treas,, AV Pres.,
Knights 81 Ladies, Math 81 Science
Club, Redcat Bus. Mgr., Litoria,
Stage Crew, Quill 81 Scroll, Foot-
ball, Basketball, Baseball, ln-
tramural, Student Court Balif,
Spanish Club. Assemblies.
MELVIN KAZARIAN -
ASB Comm. of Ath., Knights 81
Ladies, Block F, Toastmasters',
Hi-Y Pres., Jr. Musical, Christ-
mas Play, Football Capt., CSF,
Baseball, House of Rep., Student
Court, Bank of America Award,
JOYCE ISHKANIAN -
Tri-Hi-Y Sec., FHA, Art Club,
Knights 81 Ladies, FCC, Student
Court Clerk, Mixed Chorus, Head
Pep Girl, ASB Yell Leader, Jr.
Musical, Christmas Play, Swim-
ming, Prom Ch., Campus Queen,
GU NTER KRUEGER -
COP Honor Band, Pep Band,
Football, Tennis, Assemblies.
WERNER KRUEGER -
Swing 8. Pep Band, COP Honor
BARBARA MACHADO -
HAROLD LALOIAN -
ASB V. Pres., House of Rep., ASB
Com. of Pub., Soph. V. Pres.,
CSF Pres., Knights 81 Ladies,
Toastmasters, Quill 81 Scroll, AV
V. Pres., Science 81 Math Club,
Redcat Ed. 81 Bus. Mgr., Litoria,
Jr. Review, Jr. Musical, Jr.-Sr.
Play, Seal Bearer 8. lOOLM, Award,
Tennis, Intramural, Prom. Ch.,
March of Dimes King '59, As-
semblies, Bank of America
Art Club, FCC V. Pres., FHA, AV, DANIEL MARTINEZ -
Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' League Sr. Rep.,
Mixed Chorus, March of Dimes
Queen '59, Assemblies.
Saph. Ath. Mgr., Hi-Y, Block F,
Football, Basketball, Track, Span-
ish Club, Baseball, Assemblies.
CHARLES LANINGHAM -
Football, Basketball, Swimming,
Art Club, Assemblies.
PETE MASON -
ASB Com. of Student Act., Hi-Y
V. Pres. 8. Treas., Block F, CSF
V. Pres., Knights 8 Ladies, Quill
81 Scroll, Spanish Club, Redcat
Bus. Mgr., Litoria Co-Ed., Jr.
Musical, Seal Bearer. Football,
Basketball, Track, Prom Ch., Stu-
dent Court, Toastmasters, House
of Rep. Speaker Pro-Temp. Si
Sgt.-at-Arms, Assemblies, lntro-
mural, Jr.-Sr. Play.
Gerald Hump, Virginia Ramirez
RALPH LANGWELL -
Transfer from Oklahoma in Sr.
BEVERLY MAXWELL -
Banner Carrier, Swimming, FHA
V. Pres., GAA, AV, Assemblies,
Transfer from Kingsburg in Jr.
HANNAH OAKLEY -
Aeolian Club, Jr. Musical, COP
Honor Chorus, Assemblies.
Student COurt Chief Justice,
Block F, Hi-Y, AV V. Pres., Red-
cat, Litoria, Jr. Musical, Foot-
ball, Tennis, Baseball, Basketball,
Assemblies, Jr.-Sr. Play.
JOYCE OKAMURA -
ASB Comm. of Rec., House of
Rep., Frosh. Sec., Sr. Sec., Sr.
Scouts V. Pres., GAAi Sec.,
Knights 8. Ladies, Toastmasters',
CSF Sec. 81 Pres., Band Sec., Ten-
nis, Circle F, Sealbearer, COP
Honor Bond, Speech Contest lst
Place. Pep Band, Intramural, As-
TREVA MCCLEARY - DON MERIGIAN - BARRY NIX - LEROY NORD -
' ' FFA, Hi-Y Chaplain, Block F, FFA.
Spanish Club, Band, Jr. Musical,
Men's Chorus, Football Baseball
Swimming- Tennis, Assemblies, I DAVID PETERS -'
ROY PENDERGRASS -
JOE RAMIREZ -
House of Rep. Sgt.-at-Arms, Soph
Yell Leader, FFA- V. Pres., Hi
Y Treas., Block F, Football, As-
V. Pres., AV, Hi-Y, Block F, VIRGINIA RAMIREZ -
RICHARD PETRILLE -
DONNA PURSELL -
FCC Pres., FHA, Tri-Hi-Y, Circle
F, Band, Pep Band, Aeolian Club,
Jr. Musical, Intramural, Assem-
of Rep., .Spanish Club, House of Rep., Frosh Ath. Mgr.
Stage Crew, Football, FHA, FCC Pres. 8. Pro. Ch., Girls
Track, Baseball, Stu- League Sec., Circle F. GAA, Tri-
, Intramural, Assem- Hi-Y. Band, Assemblies, Intra-
MARY ANN ROBINSON - CELIA ROBLES - ALFRED RODRIGUEZ - MARGARET RODRIGUEZll-
, . .- .- . I
FHA, Tri-Hi-Y, GAA, Aeolian FHA, Aeolian Club, Band, Jr. Hi-Y, Block F, Football, Track, Tri Hi Y, Fl-lA, FCC, AeolianCub,
Club V. Pres., Mixed Chorus, Jr. Musical, Intramural. Intramural. Band,
Musical, Circle F, COP Honor
Chews' Assemblm' l"l'GmU'0l' QPHELIA SHERMAN - vicias SIMPSON - RUSSELL SMITH -
Aeolian Club, Jr. Musical. Transfer to Oklahoma in Sr. year, ASB Comm. of Safety, Soph, IL
LOUISE ROMERO - Majorette, Assemblies. Jr. Ath, Mgr., FFA Sec,, Knights
FHA Parlimentariian, GAA, Aeo-
lian Club, FHA, Circle F, lntra-
BEVERLY SRABIAN -
Aeolian Club, Chorus.
STAN STAIRS -
ASB Pres., House of Rea, Jr.
Pres., Hi-Y Pres. 81 Rep., Knights
IL Ladies, Block F, Spanish Club,
Science 81 Math Club, Toastmast-
ers', Redcat, Litoria, Jr.-Sr. Play,
Christmas Play, CSF, Seal Bearer,
Quill 81 Scroll, Football, Base-
ball, Track, Prom Ch,, Intramu-
ral, Boys' State, Student Court,
JUNE STENFORT -
ASB Comm. of Pub., House of
Rep., Sr. Treas., AV Pub. 81 Pro.
Chr., Tri-Hi-Y, Sr. Scouts, Knights
8. Ladies, Toastmasters, Redcot
Ed., Litoria Ed., CSF Soc. Ch.,
Aeolian Club, Seal Bearer 81
IOOM, Award, Quill 81 Scroll, As-
semblies, Bank of America
Award, Girls' State Tennis, May-
fair Chr., Prom Ch., Posture
Queen, Christmas Play.
Bt Ladies Pres., Hi-Y, Toastmast-
ers', Block F, Mixed Chorus, Jr.
Review, Football Most Improved
Player, Football Capt., Track,
Swimming Capt., Student Court,
JANICE TAKAHASHI -
Sr. Yell Leader, FCC Sec., AV,
Knights 8. Ladies, Sr. Scouts
Hostess Ch., Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, GAA,
Aeolian Club, COP Honor Chorus,
AIMY TANIGUCHI -- CHRISTINE THUESEN -
ASB Trees., Fresh. Trees., Jr. Sec.,
CSF Trees., Sr. Scouts V. Pres.,
Patrol Leader, Sgt. at Arms,
Knights 8. Ladies, Redcaf, Litorla
Sr. Ed., ASB Yell Leader, Jr.
Musical, Sealbeerer Si IOOQZ,
Award, Quill 81 Scroll, Tennis,
GAA, Circle F, Pram Ch., House
of Rep., Student Court Rec., ln-
tramural, Christmas Play, Jr,-Sr.
Play, Assemblies, Toastmasters,
Bank of America Award, May-
FCC, FHA, Tri-H-Y, Art Club,
Knights 8. Ladies, CSF Trees.,
Pep Girl, Jr. Musical, Christmas
Play, Prom Ch., Mayfair Ch., Cot-
ton Princess, Assemblies, Intra-
mural, Jr,Sr. Play.
GGY TURPIN -
FHA Pres., Tri-Hi-Y Sec., GAA,
FCC, Aeolian Club, Chorus, Jr.
Musical, Maiorette, Swimming,
Tri-Hi-Y Model Le . FHA Asilo
Q , -
mer Convention, Bank of Ameri-
CAROL VUCOVICH - GARY WHITELEY - IANICE WILSON
JOHN VALDEZ -
Hi-Y, Block F V. Pres., Frosh.
Ath. Mgr., Mixed Chorus, Band,
Jr. Musical, Football Outstanding
Lineman, COP Honor Chorus, As-
FCC Pres., Girls' League Trees.,
Tri-Hi-Y Rep., FHA, GAA, Circle
F, Mixed Chorus, Aeolian Club,
Sr. Pres., House of Rep., Hi-Y
Rep., AV, Black F, Science 8.
Math Club, Knights 81 Ladies,
Spanish Club, Men'si Chorus, Foot-
ball, Basketball, Swimming, Ten-
nis, Toastmasters', Assemblies,
Intramural, Jr. Musical, Jr.-Sr.
Play, Bank of America Award.
FHA, FCC V. Pres, FHA, Band
Jr. Musical, Assemblies.
OUT OF STEP - MIKE GARCIA, CHARLES MOORE, RONALD SCOTT, THERESA RAMIREZ.
BANK OF AMERICA WINNERS - STANDING: Richard Ahron-
icn, Harold Laloian, Russell Smith. SEATED: Mel Kazerien, Car-
olyn Henderson, PCQQY Turpn, June Stenfort, Aimy Taniguchi,
Gary Wh.tely, and Bennze Gerber.
TOP SENIOR ATHLETES - STANDING: Gerald Hamp, Outstand-
ing Halfback, Ru'sell Smith, Football co-captain, Jerry Galvan
Most Improved Player, Mel Kazerian, Football Co-Captain, John
Valdez, Outstanding Lineman, Joaquin Hereclia, Most Improved
Player, lNot in picture 7 Leon Thompson - Most Valuable
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The cameraman catches a quick one as the bus departs with 3.-Carol Vucovich is being measured by the cap and gown rep-
a load of seniors enroute to Reedley for Career day, resentatrve for her cap.
Barry Nix displays the trophy he won at the First Annual 4.--Al Rodriquez puts the Shot during the inter-class track meet.
Fresno State College Cotton Judging Contest. 5.--Russell Smith escorts campus queen Joyce lshkanian to her
seat before the start at the Exeter tootball game.
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Aimy Taniguchi, Pete Mason, Stan Stairs, Harold Lalolian, and
Carolyn Henderson are posed tor a picture after giving their
own individual readings for the George Washington-Abraham
Carol Vucovich, Barbara Blayney, Jerry Galvan, and Charles
Lanningham patiently listen as President Gary Whiteley and
the announcement representative explain the different types
of announcements to be offered to the seniors.
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ufure Homemaker Award Winner, Wanda Anderson. 4.-DAR Good Citizen Award Winner, Carolyn Henderson
Cotton Princess, Christine Thuesen. ' ' '
March of Dimes King and Queen, Harold Laloian, Barbara Ma-
5.-Lions Club Speech Winner, Richard Krikorian,
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GAA - BACK ROW: B. Hiyama, Corr. Sec., V. Gomez, A. Thomp- Pres., J. Biggerstaff, S. Nix, L. Zamora. FRONT ROW: R. Montoya
SON, J! Tlllefi B. GObl9, D. Pursell, B. Blayney, G. Franco, M. Bag- B. Gong, J, Pabooiian, M. Robinson, V. Ramirez C. Vucovich A'
UOSOVIQV1, N. GOnsalves. MIDDLE ROW: J. Okamura, A. Taniguchi, Bulaich, Rec, Sec. ' l '
A. Fuilkawa, K. Burns, V. Pres, G. Easley, A. Ellis, C. Henderson,
BLOCK F -- BACK ROW: G. Hamp, Pres., J, Valdez, V, Pres-.5 M, Icy, P, Mason, H. Cain, M. Franco, J. Heredia, H. Horii, Sec.-
Kazarian, T, Simonian, D. Burnside, R. Ahroniian, J. Artrip, D. Tresa., J. Galvan. FRONT ROW1 F, Hashimoto, A. Rodriquez, K.
Peters J. Carter J, Bedrosian, B. Nix, S. Stairs, J. Ramirez, D. Pabooiian, P. Orphan, D. Merigian, R. Fujikawa, D. Maul.
TIJP ATHLETES Pl-XHTIEIP TE I EI. BS
Beginning the year by uniting the Girls' Athletic Club and Circle F into the Girls' Athletic
Association, the group was off to a busy year. Th
Girls intramural volleyball was the first of the many activities sponsored by the GAA. ln the
spring, the members held a rummage sale and
e girls ordered sweaters and pins to signify their
climaxed the year by sponsoring a Sadie Hawkins
The Block F, a club honoring the athletic achievements of the male members of Fowler High,
provided another year of activities which rewarded their athletic efforts.
The club, being exclusive to the varsity lettermen, engaged in a potluck with the GAA and
also sold seat cushions to bring comfort to the fans and provide a source of income for the club.
NIFTY NETTEHS H!-WE BUSY SEASIJN
1959 TENNIS SCHEDULE
Feb. l3 Washington 2 3
Feb. 24 Roosevelt l 4
Feb. 27 Washington 3 2
March lO Parlier 4 l
March 31 Tranquillity l 4
April 7 Sanger l 4
April IO Lemoore O 5
April 'l4 Kingsburg l 4
April 2l Selma O 5
April 23 Dinuba l 4
April 25 League Meet
May l Sanger V2 4M
May 2 Divisional Meet
'May 5 Lemoore 4 l
May 8 Kingsburg l 4
May 9 Valley Meet
May 22 Selma 5 O
May 29 Dinuba
TENNIS TEAM - BACK
ROW' Coach -
. Nancy War
mack, G. Krueger R. Goble,
D. Petersen, R. Ahronian, B.
Nix, W. Krueger, M, Harlan,
R. Sakamoto. FRONT ROW:
J. Okamura, B. Hiyama. A.
Taniguchi, A. Fuiikawa, A.
Bulaich, J, Blggerstaff, B,
Gong, A. Thompson, J. Tiller.
Richard Ahronian smashes the ball for a perfect placement
as his partner Joyce Okamura looks on.
" League Matches
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Okamurafhaye a few nhinuites of' relaxation befere their mahihes
HEIJIIAT BATMEN WHITEWASII MANY IJPPIJNENTS
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VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES
Heavy hitting Mel Kazarian readies for the pitch while Jerry Gal- H s ds up fo de ve y of o e of
van presents a iargef. fast balls
VARSITY BASEBALL - BACK ROW: E. Barsamiian Managerp J. COOCH John P9 FRONT ROW C POW ll A DUN R Mdye
Galvan, M. Kazarian, J. Carter, E. Young, D. Barnes, H. Cain, bo, H. H0rii, D M tne F H0 h 00
J V TEAM -.BACK ROW: R. Nakamura, Honda, D. Hill, B. Tovar, E. Souders, K. Maynard, C, Toroka, T. Munoz, T. Vela L L
El d, E. Morrill, F. Galvan, G. English, D. Slmonlcm, J. G0ode, D. cero, A. Robinson. F. Gonsalves.
K k rian, M. Vasques, J. Lopez, Coach Warmack. FRONT ROW: G.
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TANKMEN IJUNH M1-INY SPL!-ISHED BY FEW
1959 SWIM SCHEDULE
Fowler at Sanger
Dinuba ot Fowler
'Lindsay at Fowler
Fowler at Lemoore
Inter-class Meet 3'
Selma at Fowler
Exeter at Fowler
Fowler at Kingsburg
League Meet at Exeter
Divisional Meet at Fresno
High hosted by Bullard
Small School Valley
Central Section C.l.F.
A Inter-class Meet Results: Sophomores
lst, Juniors, 2nd, Seniors, 3rd, Freshmen,
Girls practice the art of a racing dive: C. 1
Henderson. S. Banks, S. Nix, A. Ellis, B. Goble, l
SWIMMING TEAM - BACK ROW: D. Magill
L. Koski, M. Karagozian, L. Souders, R. Netzley,
B. Wilkins, G. Trails, R, Henderson, R. Bank, R.
Smith- T. Simonian, R. Salinas, D. Poboojian,
M. Kerbaiian, B. Nielsen, T. Kazarian, D. Maul,
D. George, coach. MIDDLE ROW: N. Gonsalves,
S. Butler, S. Ashcraft, G. Franco- V. Easley
Rosen, J. Wilson, K. Burns, J. Pabooiian, C.
Henderson, S. Nix. FRONT ROW: B. Goble, G.
Sanchez D. Smith, B. Blayney, A. Ellis, D.
Weinberg, D. Maul, E. Miyasiaki, B. Blayney, S.
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Congratulations to the Class of ,59
Weed Oils - Heating Oils
Butane - Gasoline
Phone TEmpIe 4 2614 FOWLER, CALIFORNIA
"Where The Wise Economizev
LEE JOHNSON, PROP.
Corner Merced and 6th Street
Phone TEmpIe 4-3213 FOWIGI'
Pete Mason and Harold Laloian get set to take
a demonstration ride in a '59 Baxter Chevrolet.
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Dependable Dealings Since 1926
TEmpIe 4-291 l
550 N. 8th Fowler 85
L. T. TIRE SHOP
FOWLER COFFEE SHOP
"Happy to Serve You Always"
Open 24 Hours a Day
Phone TEmpIe 4-9034
Hnghwoy 99 ond Adams
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IOE STUCKEY INSURANCE
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Bonds ond Investments
213 Merced St. Fowler
FOWLER FLORAL HOP
Karen Omland and Laurein Ikeda intently watch Viggo Madsen ar-
range a window display.
310 E. MERCED ST. FOWLER PHONE TEmple 4-2505
W C0"g'alulati0"S Harris Body and Fender Works
To The Class of ,59
Hardware and Appliances
118 North 6th St.
Phone TEmple 4-2318
Furniture 81 Appliances
2018 Second Street
Phone TWinoaks 6-2228
GEORGE H. SURABIAN,
Phone TEmple 4-3636
Phone TEmple 4-33
99 Highway and Main
KOMOTO DEPARTMENT STORE
EATS Proprietor Kan Komoto
TOWN Telephone AMherst 8-6502
T528-T536 Kern Street
ACE SERVICE INCORPORATED
of Farm Tractor Tire Headquarters
SPIC AND SPAN CAFE liek' Smeg
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"lt's the shopper's dream" compliments of
Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
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T439 South Cedar Corner of Butler
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10. 1 General Insurance
5' T25 E. Merced St. Phones TEmpIe 4-36l5
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with great pleasure. Good
luck in your future career.
.V DEDICATED TO lllkl DEVELOPMENT OF FOWLIR
MR. gl MRS. RAY MAGILL - OWNERS - PUBLISHERS
A. T. Huxley, Advt. Mgr. Seico Hanaslfiiro, Sports Editor
Lydia Valdez, Society Editor Julio Sanez, Pressman
Don Neumann, Linotye Opr. Charles Jackson, Printer
Peter K. Togami, Linotype Opr. Ronald Goble, Helper
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HEPPNER IRON AND METAL COMPANY
THE PEOPLE WHO GET
THE IOB DONE
Maul and Pollastrini
Land leveling - Cotton - Turkeys
Fruit - Land Grading
Ph Off CL 1 1833 4950 E Sh Id
7th ond Merced TEmple 4-3212
BUY - RITE
Wholesale Distributing Co.
Phone AMherst 8-5721 Fresno
Douglas Kirkorian is measured for his class Yrzfzr
by the Balfour representative, Mr. Joe F- Hodson.
Groceries - Meats - Vegetables
JOE F. HODSON
129 So. Seventh St. TEmple 4-3319
320 West Walnut Fresno, California
School Supplies - Candies
Merced and Seventh
Telephone TEmple 4-3512
Congratulation To The Seniors
The Best In Pruning
Telephone ADoms 7-6191
Prime Rib - Steaks - Sea Food
SAM'S LUGGAGE AND IW
LEATHER GOODS STEWART CLEANERS
clriposo St. - Phone ADom
T465 No. Von Ness
F C lifornia
Karen Burns has just decided to purchase the lovely fall
dress shown to her by Mrs. Fellers at the Model Dress Shop.
F or That
Shop At The
odel Dress Shop
Phone TEmple 4-3620
2l O Merced Street
COTTON OIL CO.
And Supply Co.
Designers and Manufacturers of
Special Machinery for Packing House
and Dried Fruits
2432 S. Railroad Ave. Fresno, Calif.
PRODUCER'S FRESNO GIN
Clovis and North Avenues
Phone ADams 7-l773
Hollenbeck-Bush Planing Mill Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Windows - Doors and General Mill Work
Phone AMherst 6-9566
Johnny's Automotive Service
Complete Auto, Truck Repair
TEmpIe 4-29I2 Fowler
Howard Horii admires the skill of one of the
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many mechanics at 0 as arage.
Von Ness at Merced
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General Automotive Rep ing Bring Your Troubles
Broke Relinin to
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Phone TEmpIe 4-291 P ' 5e""e and Sales
0 I . Merced Fowler
' Succ to lass of 1959,,
PL W COMPANY
Sm a acturing of Automatic French Plows for Tractors
9 . arming Avenue TW 6-OI 27
Congratulations Seniors From
EARL HILL FORD SALES
"Worth More When You Buy lt,
Worth More When You Sell lt"
TELEPHONE TEmpIe 4-2I I8 FOWLER, CALIFORNIA
Congratulations to the Senior Class
Phone TEmple 4-3170
MIRIGIAN ELECTRIC SERVICE
COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL
INSTALLATION AND GENERAL REPAIR
Phone TEmpIe 4-2891 Fowler
FOWLER SNACK SHACK
Watches - Diamonds
Phone TEmple 4-2500 IO7 Merced St.
. One of Nestor's high school patrons is con-
sidering a new hair style as Nestor Pimentel shows
what he can do for her.
Neslofs Beauty Salon
220 East Adams TEmple 4-33I6
Jim A'rt'r'ip is waiting in line to buy a "six pack"
of soft drinks.
Congratualations To The
Class Of 1959
Where Quality Comes First
Highway 99 at Adams
Telephone TEmple 4-2618
Belmont and Olive
Phone ADams 3-7098
LEMOSS AND SMITH
1625 Broadway - Phone ADams 3-5293
Truck Tire Recapping
Congratulations to the
Bags, Gloves, Hosiery
Lingerie and Yardage
Your Graduation Announcements
Club Pins and Rings
Jullus Dominici, Jr.
524 North "G" St.
Phone ORchard 4-4029
Phone ADams 7-1296 857 Fulton Madera, California
Congratulations Compliments of
FRESNO MOTOR SALES
Cadillac and Oldsmobile
Sales and Service
700 Van Ness Phone AMherst 6-8141
Post Offnce Box 826 Fresno
Dennis Maul smiles as his "ears are lowered'
at Joh'rmie's Barber Shop by Faye Avedzslan.
JOHNNIE'S BARBER SHOP
Two Barbers to Serve You
l2l E. Merced Phone TEmpIe 4-231 l
Fowler, galifo,.,,ia T07 E. Merced St. TEmple 4 2772
Byron B. Holler
Phone TEmpIe 4-2531
l. R. Toreson
Phone TEmple 4-90l 6 Fowler
Best of Luck to the Seniors
FOWLER FEED STORE
718 North Eighth Fowler
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DON BUICK - PONTIAC CO.
T. Simofnian, T. Kazawkm and S. Stairs are ready no
drive off in a new Pontiac from Don Buick-Pontiac Co.
Pisor's Decorative Laminators
117 S. Seventh St. TEmpIe 4-2541
TED'S HOME APPLIANCE
The Home of Better Deals
108 Merced St. TEmple 4-3413
Dodge ond Plymouth We Estimates
Wm 1 Carglle Fowler Cabmet and Mlllworks
1960 Wm St GLEN D. THARP, rnormeron
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Ph022ln1?1V12Z':5Zrf1Ef043 1 17 s. sevenfh Phone TEmpIe 4-3619
Best Wishes From
an Ioaquin Bakeries, Inc.
The Rclinbo Bakers
Flowers For All Occasions
ROSSI FLORAL CO.
1147 Fulton Bad' " Mimi"
Fresno, California Band "'5f""me"f'
Slingerland - Ludwig Drums
Congratulations Seniors High Grade Repairs
S 42'l'I E. Tulare Ph. CLinton 'I-7224
Phone TEmple 4-2807 Fowler Across from Roosevelt High School
JORGENSEN AND CO.
Fire Extinguishers, Fire Hoses
Reels and Nozzles
SPORTS EQUIPMENT CO.
Athletic Equipment Specialists
318 Broadway Phone AMherest 8-6241 1424 Fulfon Sf- Phone AM 4-5585
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AHRONIAN, RICHARD - 15,
17, 21, 26, 27, 40, 49, 5, 57, 58,
66, 67, 68, 75, 78, 79
ANDERSON, WANDA - 31, 38,
43, 67, 77
BARSAIMIAN, EDDIE - 24, 30,
'BEDROSIAN, JACK - 17, 24, 25
49, 57, 62, 66, 67, 78
BLAIR, DOYLE - 67
BLAYNEY, BARBARA - 31, 38,
40, 60, 67, 76, 78, 82
BULAICH, ANN - 16, 23, 40, 46,
49, 50, 51, 67, 78, 79
BURNSIDE, DAN - 16, 17, 31 32,
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CARMONA, INEZ - 26, 68
CARTER, JIM - 12, 15, 17, 24, 25
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CAVAZOS, SOFIA - 30, 68
COX, PAULA - 12, 30, 38, 51, 60,
DEATHERAGE, HELEN - 31, 46,
EASTER, MAYBELLIE - 31, 38,
FRANCO, GENEVIEVE - 16, 38,
40, 46, 50, 58, 60, 66, 68, 78, 82
FRANCO, MARCUS - 4, 23, 47,
48, 69, 78
FRY, ARLENE - 31, 38, 46, 50,
FRAZIER, GARY - 24, 40, 69
FUJIKAWA, AMY - 39, 53, 58,
69, 78, 79
FUJIKAWA, RICHARD - 26, 27,
69, 70, 78
FLCEEIEIS, JOHNNY - 30, 42, 56,
GALVAN, JERRY - 24, 25, 47,
53, 69, 75, 76, 78, 80
GARCIA, JOSIE - 58, 69
GARNER, JAMES - 30, 37, 42,
GERBEIR, BENNIE - 30, 70, 75
GIOIMISEZ, VIRGINIA - 32, 43, 70,
GONSALVES, NORMA - 33, 43,
51, 53, 30, 70, 73, 82
GRAHALM, STEVE - 13, 70
HAMP, GERALD - 15, 17, 21, 24,
25, 33, 40, 49, 53, 517, 53, 32, 70,
72, 75, 78
HASHIMOTO, FRANK - 23, 27,
39, 42, 70, 73, 80
HENDERSON, CAROLYN - 15,
23, 33, 40, 49, 53, 33, 39, 70, 75,
77, 73, 82
HEREDIA, JOAQUIN - 31, 42, 70,
HERNANDEZ, TO'M'MIE - 71
HIYNMA, BIERNICE - 23, 40, 49,
50, 51, 53, 33, 71, 73, 79
HORII, HOWARD .. 12, 13, 17, 24,
25, 39, 40, 42, 55, 57, 71, 78, 30,
ISKANIAN, JOYCE - 21, 22, 24,
33, 40, 43, 71
JOHNSON, MERIJE - 47, 71
KARLE, RICHARD - 30, 71
KAZARIAN, 'MELVIN - 10,
24, 25, 40, 49, 53, 53, 71, 75
KRUEGIER, GUNTIER - 24, 30,
KRUGER, WERNER - 30, 72, 79
LALOIAN, HAROLD - 15, 13, 17,
37, 39, 40, 49, 53, 57, 53, 33, 71,
72, 75, 73, 77, 85
LANINGHAM, CHARLES - 24,
LANGWELL, RALPH - 72
MACHADO, BARBARA - 31, 33,
39, 43, 50, 53, 53, 72, 77
IMARTINEZ, DANIEL - 24, 25,
32, 33, 62, 72, 80
MASON, PETE - 5, 15, 17, 21, 30,
40, 42, 44, 49, 53, 57, 53, 33, 39,
72, 73, 73, 85
MAXWELL, BEVERLY - 33, 39,
MCCLEARY, 'FRIEVA - 73
IMERIGIAN, DON - 23, 39, 55, 53,
MOORE, CHARLIES - 31
NIX, BARRY - 24, 25, 33, 47, 73,
73, 73, 79
NORD, LEROY - 11, 47, 73
OAKLEY, HANNA - 12, 31, 51, 73
OKAMURA, JOYCE - 15, 22, 30,
40, 49, 51, 53, 33, 70, 73, 79
PEINDERGRASIS, ROY - 47, 73
PETERS, DAVID - 13, 24, 25, 33,
47, 73, 78
BETRILLE, RICHARD - 47, 73
PURSELL, DONNA - 30, 31, 33,
43, 53, 73, 78
RAMIRIEZ, JOIE - 24, 30, 42, 33,
RAMIREZ, VIRGINIA - 13, 23,
30, 33, 43, 50, 51, 72, 73, 78
ROBINSON, MARY ANN - 31, 43,
51, 74, 78
ROBLERS, CIELIA - 30, 32, 43, 74
RODRIGUEZ, ALFRED - 24, 25
62, 74, 78
RODRIGUEZ, MARGARET - 33,
ROMERO, LOUISE - 43, 74
SCOTT, RONALD - 47
SHERMAN, OIPHELIA - 12, 31,
SI'l1iI7PS'O+N, VICKIE - 30, 38, 4-6,
SMITH, RUSISETUL - 15, 24, 25,
31, 38, 40, 47, 56, 62, 74, 75, 78,
SRABIAN, 'BEVERLY - 31, 74
STAIRS, STAN - 10, 15, 20, 24,
25, 33, 33, 40, 49, 51, 53, 57, 53,
32, 33, 67, 74, 73, 73, 98
ISTENFORT, JUNE - 5, 15, 17, 32,
33, 39, 40, 49, 51, 57, 53, 30, 67,
74, 75, 95
TAKAHAS-HI, JANICE - 31, 39,
40, 51, 58, 33, 74
TANIGUCHI, ADMY - 15, 17, 21,
24, 40, 49, 51, 55, 53, 517, 53, 33,
69, 75, 73, 73, 79
THUSEN, CHRISTINE - 23, 33,
40, 43, 49, 51, 53, 75, 77
TURPIN, PEGGY - 4, 30, 31, 32,
33, 43, 51, 53, 75
VALDEZ, JOHN - 24, 25, 31, 33,
VUCOVICVH, CAROL ANN - 3'1
33, 43, 50, 53, 75, 73, 78
WHITEIJEY, GARY - 15, 24 I
33, 39, 40, 44, 53, 53, 33, 75,
WIIEEON, JANICE - 30, 43, 30, 75,
ABERNATHY, ED - 24, 42, 53
ALFAIR0, DANIEL - 53
ARTRIP, JAMES - 17, 39, 40, 42,
53, 57, 73, 96
ARTRIP, JOYCE - 22, 32, 33, 40,
44, 52, 53, 55
AVILA, O'LIVTA - 32, 53
BIAGDASIARIAN, RAILPH - 47, 53
BARNES, DAVID - 24, 42, 53, 80
BARBATO, LINDA - 23, 32, 53
BANK, SHERRY - 22, 33, 39, 43,
49, 52, 53, 53, 82
BEDROSIAN, VEIRNON - 17, 23,
38, 40, 53, 57, 64
BETENCOURT, BARBARA - 53
BLIQEK, HELEN - 31, 40, 53, 55,
BLANCAIS, ARMIDA - 32, 53
BLANGAS, RACHEL - 43, 53
B1RJAND'O'N, MAXPNE - 43, 53
BIROWN, NANCY - 32
BUTLER, MINNIE - 31, 38
CASTENEDA, ZMOINA - 32, 53
-CAIN, HERB - 21, 23, 23, 27, 31,
33, 40, 43, 52, 53, 55, 73, 80
CAPOzzI, ANGELIO - 32, 42
CHACON, LOUIE - 53, 63
CHAMBERS, PHIIJLIP - 32, 37,
41, 53, 55
COLEMAN, MARYON - 31, 32,
CORNELL, GEORGE - 32, 40, 53
CROW, LAWRENCE - 41
DAVIES, J'EANETT'E GRACE - 31
ELIJIS, ANITA - 31, 49, 53, 54,
56, 60, 78, 82
EUBANKS, BARBARA - 17, 38,
46, 49, 53, 57
ERJMOIAN, BLANICHKE - 16, 39,
FEAVER, JOYCE - 17, 32, 39, 40,
FLOWERS, MASADA - 53
FUJII, LYNN - 24, 49, 62
FUJIKAWA, FRANCES - 39, 49,
51, 52, 53
F'UQUA, ANN - 21, 38, 40, 50,
52, 53, 56
GALVIN, FERMIN - 39, 47, 81
GAILVAN, JOHN - 47, 53
GOBLE, BARBARA - 16, 31, 44,
49, 53, 73, 82
GOMEZ, PHIL - 53
GONZALES, IMADEIJINE - 53
GOSHGARIIAN, GEORGE - 16,
49, 52, 53
GUERRA, JOSIE - 53
HALL, LINDA - 32, 53
HALLER, ROBERT - 53
HNMILTO-N, MAX - 32
HNRLAN, MELVIIN -- 39, 53, 79
HAIRRIS, LEE - 30, 31, 35, 44,
HOLT, SANDRA - 23, 38, 46, 53,
HONDA, RONALD - 52, 53, 81
I-IUGHEY, ALAN - 32
HULL, JUDY - 33, 39, 46, 53, 58
HUTRADO, MARY - 31, 32, 53
IKEDA, LAUREIN - 17, 40, 46,
53, 57, 58, 87
JEFFREES, KATHY - 24, 53
JONES, BETTY - 53
KAZAIRIAN, RON - 26, 27, 23, 31,
33, 38, 40, 44, 52, 54, 98
KAQZARIAN, TED - 17, 33, 54, 57,
KENDRIICK, PHYLLIIIS - 54
KERBY, TOM - 47
KIRBY, ELOIISE - 26, 38, 54
KRIKORIAN, RICHARD -- 16, 39,
49, 54, 77
LOPEZ, JOE -- 32, 81
MALLLORY, CAROLYN - 32, 54
MARTIN, BOB - 26, 27, 37, 54, 63
MNRTINEZ, CRUZ - 54
MARSHALL, PATRICIA - 12, 31,
IMAQHEWIS, FLOYD EUGENE -
MEJIA, DOLORJETS - 31
MAUL, DENNIS - 15, 21, 24, 33,
33, 40, 49, 53, 54, 55, 57, 53, 73,
MAYEBO, RONALD - 26, 27, 52,
MOORVARTIAN, GEORGE - 54
MORENO, RUBEN - 40, 54
MORRILL, OLIVER - 32, 41, 47
MUNOZ, IRENE - 32, 54
NAKAMURA, MARLENE - 39,
49, 511, 53, 44
NAHIGIAN, ARMELITA - 40, 46,
NIELSEN, TNMI - 33, 39, 40, 46,
50, 52, 53, 54, 55
NIEMEYER, SHAREN - 33, 46,
OCHOA, RACHEL - 54
OMLAND, KAREN - 17, 31, 33,
40, 46, 54, 55, 57
OROSWCO, BOBBY - 54
ORPHAN, PAUL - 24, 30, 33, 33,
47, 54, 78
PABOOJIAN, KAY - 16, 24, 33,
40, 52, 54, 56, 78
PERALTA, HENRY - 54
PISOR, RUSISELL - 54
RAMIREZ, EVA - 54
RA'MIIg12z, ESPERANZA CANITAJ
REEIENSDIORF, ROBERT - 32, 47,
RODRIQUEZ, MARY LOU - 311,
SAKAMOTO, ROY - 26, 39, 54
SANDELL, ROBERT - 47
SHERMAN, MAYBIELLE - 311, 54
SIMONIAN, TOM - 17, 24, 31, 39,
44, 47, 54, 57, 73, 82, 98
SOGHOMONIAN, JOE - 24, 33,
STANFIELD, JA4MES - 26
SQUARE, MIARGAIRET - 54
STQEK, RAYVMOND - 33, 43, 52,
THOMPSIOIN, TROY - 32, 54, 62
TOKUBO, MICHIKO - 49, 52, 54
TORRES, HOPE - 54
TOYODA, JOYCE - 40, 54
VASQUEZ, GEORGIA - 54
WALKER, CALVIN - 23, 41
WH'ITE, LINDA - 16, 54
WHITE, LAURA LINDA - 23, 38,
40, 44, 53, 54, 56
YORK, MARY - 32, 54
YOSHIMOTO, KEN - 40, 52
ZARAGOZA, ALICE - 60
ALUISI, TONY - 26
ATCHLEY, NATHAN - 24, 35
AVILA, ALFRED -- 32, 35
BAGDASARIAN, FRANCIS - 35,
BAGDASIARIAN, MARTHA - 16,
23, 35, 33, 46, 78
BAGDASARIAN, VALERIE - 30,
35, 40, 46, 60
BETANCIOURT, PHIILLIP - 33
BIGGERSTAFF, JOANN - 30, 34,
35, 33, 60, 73, 79
BLZNICHETTE, CATIHY - 35, 33,
BURNS, KAREN - 31, 34, 35, 33,
50, 60, 73, 32, 943
BUTLER, LE ROY - 35
BYNFIIM, JOHN - 20, 26, 32, 35,
CAIN, JACQUE - 35
CARRASCO, FREDDIE - 32, 3'5
CASTILLO, DELOREIS - 35
CHIQEVIBERS, PHYLLISS ' 23, 35,
CONTRERAIS, DAVID - 35
CORIA, FRANK - 30, 35
CORNELL, KATHY - 35, 46, 60
COWINGS, WILLIAM - 24, 311,
35, 42, 62
CRAIG, DIANE - 25, 35, 38
CURRIER, PAT - 35
DARLING, GARY - 26, 35, 63
DEATHERIAGE, ESRNEBST - 35,
DENHAM, RICHARD -- 24, 35,
DUNCAN, ARCTHIE - 26, 30, 33,
43, 44, 80
ENSLEY, VIRGINIA - 22, 32, 35,
36, 33, 60, 73, 82
EASTER, AARON - 32, 35, 38
ECKMAN, KAREN - 35
EDWARDS, BEULAH - 35
ELIAS, CLARA - 35
FIT328GERALD, ELAINE - 16, 35,
FLANIGAN, JEAN - 35, 60
FRANICO, PETER - 35, 37, 47
FRY, DARDENE - 35, 38, 46
GARNER, PATRICIA - 30, 35
GOMEZ, AVAL - 35
GOIMEZ, GEORGE - 35
GONG, BEYSSIE - 35, 46, 78, 79
GRACIA, ZOILA - 35
GU'ggLE, JANIICE - 35, 38, 46,
HASHIZUME, JOYCE - 35, 46,
HENDERSON, RUSSELL - 26, 82
HERNANDEZ, RUBEN - 31, 35,
HILL, DAVID - 28, 30, 35, 81
HURTADO, RICKIE - 35
JEIEISEN, JUDY - 35, 38, 40, 46,
KNMIKAWA, KAREN - 16, 26,
34, 35, 39, 46, 51, 59
KASPARIAN, JOYCE - 16, 34, 35,
KAWANO, DARLENE - 35, 39,
KERBAJIAN, MYRON - 35, 39,
KEVORKIAN, MELVIN - 30, 35,
KINCAID, BERT - 35, 47
IQRIKORIAN, DOUGLAS - 17, 35,
38, 57, 81, 91
LAIK-A'M, JIIM - 35. 43, 63
LAWVER, HELEN - 35
LOPEZ, ROBERT - 32
LOPEZ, ROSE MARY - 31, 35
LOTT, MAVA - 35, 46, 60
LUCERO, LUPE - 27, 35, 81
MARTINEZ, .IOHVNNY - 32, 36
MARTINEZ, MANUEL - 26
MARTINEZ, TO-NY - 41
'MAUL, RAYIMOND - 36, 47, 55
MCOLEARY, SANDRA - 36
MEJIA, MARY - 36
MIRIGIAN, RUSSELL - 24, 39
MONTOYA, RUBY - 16, 23, 36,
38, 39, 46, 78
MORRILL, EUGENE - 26, 36, 81
MUNOZ, BETTY - 22, 36, 38
MUNOZ, ROBERT - 36
MUNOZ, TED - 28, 32, 42, 81
NIEgI5SEN, BILL - 26, 35, 36, 39,
NIX, SHELLEY - 30, 34, 36, 38,
40, 49, 60, 78, 82
PABOOJIIAN, DENNIS -- 24, 30,
3'6, 49, 78, 82
PABOOJIAN, JOANNE - 36, 38,
60, 78, 82
PETERS, RON - 15, 26, 34, 36, 38,
POPE, OATHY - 36
PORTILLO, ERMENIA - 36
POWELL, CHARLES - 16, 30, 35,
36, 49, 56
PRICE, MARGARET - 36, 38, 39,
PURSELL, VERNON -2 8, 36, 43
RINCONES, ERNJESTINA -- 36
ROBINSON, ARJBARY - 24, 31,
34, 36, 43, 44, 56, 81
ROMERO, MARY - 36
SALINAS, RICHARD - 36, 38, 82
SANDELL, GEORGE - 36, 47
SCVHMALL, KENNETH - 36, 47
ISHAMSHOIAN, JUDY - 36 38, 50
SMITH, JTMMY - 36
SOLOMON, FRANSCINIE - 36, 38,
SOUDERS, ERNEST - 26, 30, 36,
SOUZA, BARBARA - 24, 34, 36
STUCKE, RONALD - 36
SUBIIA, ROBERT - 36
TAN NER, ELDON - 36
TANIGUOHI, MICHIYE - 36, 46,
INDEX CC ontinuedl
THOMPSON, ALICE - 36, 46, 73,
THOMIPSON, LEON - 24, 31, 36,
42, 44, 62, 64
THOMPSON, THOMAS - 23, 36,
TILLER ,JANIICJE - 23, 36, 37, 33,
39, 46, 49, 73, 79
TORRES, FREDDIE - 32, 36
TRINIDAD, CECYIL - 36
TRINIDAD, ISABEL - 31
"ITSUCHIGU'C'H'I, RENKO - 30, 36,
TURNER, MARY JAYNE - 36, 46
VAIADEZ, RICHARD - 34, 36,
VARGAS, ANTHONY - 28, 32, 34,
36, 43, 64
VASQUEZ, 'CWONNIE - 32, 36
VASQUEZ, MANUEL - 32, 36, 81
VELA, TONY - 36, 43, 81
WEATHERS, RIICIHARD -- 36
WHITENER, RONALD - 36, 41
WILKINS, RUSS - 26, 36
WHJSON, 'MARY - 30, 36, 46, 60
YORK, ELMER - 26, 36
YOEONG, ERNEST - 24, 36, 42, 47,
ZAIMORA, LINDA - 31, 36, 33,
AIJFARO, MARY -- 19
ASI-FCRAFT, SHERIN -- 4, 19, 38,
ASIJANIAN, SHARON - 18, 19,
AUBUOHON, SUE - 19, 38
BIAGDIASARIAN, RICHARD - 19
BANK, ROININIE - 19, 26, 47, 82
BARSUMIAN, BOBBY - 19
BEDROSIAN, KEN - 19, 47
BIENEVID-ES, -M. - 31
BLACK, TOM - 19, 41
BLAYNEY, BETTY .- 4, 16, 13,
19, 30, 40, 49, 82
BUTLER, JAMES - 19, 24
BUTLER, SUSAN - 19, 31, 82
CASTANEDIA, MARY - 19
CAVAZOS, RAUL - 19, 26, 64
CONTRERAS, HOPE - 18, 19
COOK, JUNIOR - 13, 19
COOK, RUTH - 19, 32
COOLIDGE, DOUGLAS - 19
COWINGS, RONALD - 19, 20, 23,
CRUZ, ROSA - 19
DAVIS, VIRGINIA - 19, 31
DELGADO, 'CHRISTINE - 19, 39
EASTER, AARIE - 19, 31
EILAND, BOB - 119, 26, 81
ENGLISH, GEORGE - 19, 26, 81
ESCALERA, RUBEN - 19
FARRDS, OLENNA 4- 16, 19, 31
EEVINGER, MARY - 19 32
FODOR, MARY - 19, 40, 49, 59
FUJIKAWA, ERANK - 19
GARCIA, ALFCVE - 19, 32
GARCIA, ANTI-17O'NY - 19, 32
GIBSON, NEAL - 20
GIEEZ, MARY LOU - 19, 31, 51,
GOBILE, RON - 19, 79
GONSALVEIS, FRANK - 13, 19,
26, 27, 37, 81
GONZALES, RUBEN - 19
GONZALES, TERESA - 19
GOODE, JOHN - 19, 23, 30, 43, 81
HAMILTON, ROBERT - 19, 47
HARO, ALERED - 19
HARPER, ERMA - 19, 311
HEREJDIA, RAYMOND - 19, 32
HERNANDEZ, JENNY - 19'
HERNAINDEZ, LEONARD - 41
IKEDA, CAROLYN - 19, 40
JAICKISON, BARBARA - 19, 31
JEEFREYTS, JAMES - 19
JOHNSON, TEDDY - 19
KARAGOZIAN, MIROIN - 19, 82
KAZARIAN, EILEEN - 13, 19,
31, 37, 38
KAZARIAN, RALPH - 19, 26
KERBY, DARLENIE - 19, 46
KOSKI, LIOYD - 16, 19, 26, 30, 82
LEYVA, OLIVIA - 20
LOPEZ, JOE - 81
MAGHADO, ELAINE - 20, 311, 59
MAGILL, DAN - 20, 82
MARSHALL, VELMIA - 20
'MA'SON, DIANNE - 20
MAYNARD, KENNETH - 31,
MAUL, DEBBIE - 20, 31, 33, 39,
MCDUEFIE, CVHRISITINE - 20, 31
MEJIA, DAVID - 20, 41
MEJIA, JUANITA - 20
MIYASAKI, EIJLEN - 19, 40, 46,
MORALES, TIONY - 20
MORENO, RAMONA - 20, 31
MULDREWV, LEE - 20, 26, 43, 63
MUNOZ, LUCK - 20
IMURRIETA, MARY ELLEN - 20,
NAJARIAN, JERRY -- 20, 31, 63
NAKAMURA, ROY - 20, 26, 39,
NEEZLEY, ROBERT - 18, 20, 47,
NIICACIO, ANGIE - 20
NUTT, OHERYL - 20
ONAKA, GILBERT - 20, 49
OROZCO, IJUPE -,20, 22, 32
ORTIIZ, RAEELLA -- 20, 32
OVIEDA, SYLVIA - 20, 23, 32, 50
PARKIS, BOB - 20, 41, 47
PARNAGIAN, SHARON - 20
PETERSON, DANNY - 16, 20, 79
PEREZ, JAVIER - 20
RHODES, SHARON - 18, 20
RIJOE, JERRY - 20
ROIBLES, RACII-IEIL - 20, 31
RODGERS, NANCY - 19, 20,
RODRIQUEZ, CARMAN - 20, 32
RODRIQUEZ, GLORIA - 19
RODRIQUEZ, JOE - 4, 20
ROEJFIQUEZ, VERA - 18, 19, 20,
ROSEN, MARILYN -- 19, 40, 46,
ROY, ELAINE - 19
'SAI'?3lMOTO, RONALD - 20, 42,
SANOHEZ, GLORIA - 20, 60, 82
ISANCHEZ, JOHN - 20
SERRATO, JOSEPI-1'I'NE - 20, 32
'SI-IAPAZIAN, JIMMY - 20
SHERMAN, ALVIN - 20, 38, 47
SIMONIAN, DICK - 16, 13, 20,
25, 31, 81
SM-ITH, BARBARA - 13, 20, 31,
SMITH, DORA - 13, 20, 30, 31, 49,
SOUIDERS, LARRY - 20, 82
SPIGENER, PRESTON - 13, 20, 41,
SQUARE, GLADYS - 20
SUBIA, RAY - 20, 26, 32
TAKEDA, MAC - 20
CHRIS - 15, 18, 20,
THOMAS, RIICIHARD - 20, 216
THQIMAS, STANLEY - 18, 20, 26,
TIHOMPSON, BEJRTIICEL - 20
TORRES, JOSE - 41
TOVAR, GENARO - 20, 81
TRAIL, GEORGE - 82
TRAIL, GEORGINA - 311
TSUJIOKA, RONALD - 20
VAILENZUELA, FRANCES - 20
VASQUEZ, CARMEN - 20, 32
WARREN, PEGGY - 20
WARSTLER, ELIZABETH - 20
WEINBERG, DORIS - 20, 38, 82
WESTVMORELAND, LINDA - 20
WHITELY, LUAN - 20, 31
WILKIN:S, BRUCE - 20, 82
WILSON, BETTY - 20, 32
WILSON, JAMES - 20
ZARATE, TONY - 20
ZAVALA, MANUAL - 20
MR. FRANK ABSTON - 10, 34
MR. JOE ACOSTA - 13
MR. DERON AHRONIAN - 8
MRS. IMARIELLEN ASHICRAFT --
MVRS. LORENE BIIGGERSTAFF -
'MISS ALICE BLAYNEY - 10, 31,
IMR. BLANOH BOOTH - 13
MRS. RUTH CONVERSE - 39
TMR. THEODORE CONVERSE -
10, 15, 52, 55, 58
IMR. JOHN DELGADO - 13
MR3 DRAUGHON - 10,
MRS. ELVA EHRLICH - 10, 13,
46, 50, 511
MR. FROM - 10, 47, 52
MR66ANTHONY OAROFOLI - 10,
IMRQSDOENIALD GEORGE - 11, 18,
. Y 8
MR. EVERETT HANNER - 13
MRS. GOILDIE HEPNER - 13
MR. 'BERRY HILL - 3, 11
MR. HUIBERT JONES - 13
MISS HELENA JORGENSEN - 9
MR. ALLEN KIRBY - 8
MR. ALFRED LEAL - 11, 26, 34,
MR. HUBERT MCGLAUGHLIN -
MR. ALBERT MCLEMORE - 13
MRS. 'MUIRRIEL MILLER - 11,
34, 49, 55
MRS. NAN MIRIGIAN - 13
DR. H. W. NIELSEN - 3
MR. TED NIX - 3
MR. PHILLIP PATINO - 11, 23,
MR. JOHN PERE-IRA - 11, 24, 34,
MR. ARAM PETERS - 8
MR. DANIEL PETERSEN - 8, 18
MR. EARL POWELL - 11, 30
MRS. FREDA RAINEY - 12, 66
MR. ADRIAN RODRIQUEZ - 13
1MI'SS 'ETHEL ROOSMAN - 12,
17, 49, 52, 57
MR. SHEKERIIAN - 12, 17, 41,
49, 52, 57
MR. PERCY STANTON - 12, 66
MR. BILL STONE - 13
MR. VOORHEES - 12, 52, 55
MR. SAM VUCOVICH - 8
IMRQBRO-BERT WARMACK - 12,
MRS. ROBERT WARMACK - 12,
13, 24, 79, 81
MR. 'CAMERON WOODS - 9, 15,
MRS. 'SANDY YERAIMIAN - 13
BAXTER CHEVROLET CO. - 85
BRUCES LODGE - 84
C. D. 'SIMONIAN INSURANCE -
EARL HILL FORD SALES - 94
ENSIGN PUBLISHING CO. - 89
FOWLER 5-10-15 - 91
FOWLER CABINET AND MILL-
WORKS - 98
FOWLER COFFEE SHOP - 86
FOWLER FARM SUPPLY - 86
FOWLER FEED STORE - 97
FOWLER ELORAL - 87
FO'WLER PHARMACY - 91
GATEWAY FURNITURE - 97
GIFT BOX - 88
GLENN'S BAKERY - 96
GONG"S MARKET - 99
HARDINGS' HARDWARE - 87
HARRI'S BODY AND FENDER -
HONDA"S GARAGE - 94
JOE STUICKEY INSURANCE -
J OHNNYIS AUTO SERVICE -- 94
J OHNNIES BARBARA SHOP -
J OHN'S G-ROCERY - 96
J ORGENSEN FUNERAL HOVME -
KAMIKAWA FOOD STORE - 91
LAT. TIRE SHOP - 86
LANGWELL'S JEWELERS - 95
LEE'.S MARKET - 85
L. R. 'EORESON SHELL SERVICE
MIDTOWN T.V. - 94
MIRIGIAN ELECTRIC - 95
MODEL DRESS SHOP - 93
NESTORS BEAUTY PARLOR -
PAUL NOBLE - 87
PETERS BROS. - 95
P'HILL'S MARKET - 96
PIS'OR'S DECORATORS AND
LAMINATORS - 98
SIG"S MEN'S STORE - 86
SNACK SHACK - 95
SPIC AND SPAN - 88
TED'S HOME APPLIANCE - 98
VERNON"S BARBER SHOP - 85
WRIGHT OIL CO. - 85
ACE SERVICE - 88
BLOSSSERS SPORT EQUIPMENT
BORDENS DAIRY - 90
OAROILE SALES - 98
BUY RITE - 91
AND SUPPLY - 93
DON BUICK - PONTIAC OO. - 98
FIESE AND EIRSTENBURGER -
FRESNO MOTOR SALES - 96
FRESNO PLUVMBING SUPPLY -
HANOIANS MARKET - 88
HEPPNER'S IRON AND METAL
MILL - 93
J. CARTWRIGHT 8z SONS - 91
J. FERDNANDI - 96
JORGENSEN 83 C'O. - 99
JULIUS DOMINICII JR. - 96
KOlMOTO'S DEPT. STORE -- 88
LAIKAM PLOW - 94
LEMOSS 8: SMITH - 96
LOU BERKSON - 99
LUFTENBURGS - 96
'MAUL 8: POLLASTRINI - 90
MAXWELL STUDIO - 92
MERICO - 84
MID VALLEY SPORTS CENTER
OKAMO'TO'S JEWELRY - 98
PROIDUCERIS COTTON GIN - 93
ROSSI FLORAL - 99
SAMIS LUGGAGE - 92
SAN JOAQUIN BAKERY - 99
SKY ROOM - 92
STEWART CLEANERS - 92
SUNNYSIDE BOWL - 100
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