Fowler High School - Litoria Yearbook (Fowler, CA)
- Class of 1969
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MR. HUBERT JONES
This year we proudly dedicate the 1969 Litoria to Mr. Jones.
A member of the California State School Employees Association, Mr. Jones has served our sschool
as head custodian for 23 years. He has been employed since 1946 and he retired on Jan. 1, 1969. A
plaque for his meritorious service was presented to him by the Fowler Unified School District on Jan-
Mr. Jones will long be remembered at Fowler High School. He was known by almost everyone
and was always willing to help the students and faculty in whatever way he could. For these rea-
sons we respectfully honor our friend, Mr. Jones.
C. Lunes, E. Freddi, J. McLemore, H. Jones-1968. A, McLemore, H. Jones, J. Acosta, N. McGlaughlin-1958
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THE 1969 LITORIA IS ACOLLECTION OF THE
EVENTS AND MEMORIES OF FOWLER HIGH
SCHOOL. OUR YEARBOOK CONTAINS FACTS
AND INFORMATION ABOUT FOWLER'S TEAMS
ACTIVITIES, ORGANIZATIONS, AND CLUBS.
THE LITORIA STA FF HOPES THIS EDITION WILL
BEA PERMANENT REMINDER TO EVERYONE OF
THE NUMEROUS ACTIVITIES HELD AT FOWLER
THIS LAST YEAR.
TABLE OF CQNTENTS
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Nineteen hundred and sixty-eight has been a busy
year for the administration of Fowler High School.
Mr. John D. Hendrickson, Principal, has made many
improvements which have bettered our school. He
has removed the old lockers to relieve the crowded
conditions in the halls. Also he has changed the of-
fices around to make it more convenient and efficient
for the students. Mr. Hendrickson hopes that these
improvements will help the students realize that the
administration is only here to help.
Mr. Petersen came to Fowler High School twen-
ty-five years ago. He first taught physical education
and coached football, basketball and track. From
physical education, he moved into the social studies
program. ln l952 he accepted the position of assis-
tant principalg however, he still taught part time.
The duties and responsibilities of the assistant
principalare varied and many. Among other assign-
ments, there is pupil attendance, excessive tardiness
referrals, student behavior problems both inside and
outside the classroom. There is also the matter of
teacher supervisory assignments and student eligibil-
ity. Allin all the position of assistant principal has
few idle or dull moments.
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT'MR. CHARLES TUDER
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT'MR. RICHARD J. CHERRY
President Van Gundy has led the Board of Education through another successful
year. The third year for the Unified Board has been one of change. Mr. Van Gun-
dy, along with the help of the other members, has donated much time and effort
working for the betterment of all the schools in the district, Mr. Magill, Clerk of
the Board, keeps record of all the board's activities. Without the help of Mr. Ma-
gill, the Board would have a difficult time operating. Mr. Blayney, a localrancher,
is another member of the Board. He has served for three years on the Unified Board
of Education and three terms on the High School Board before unification. Mr. Ba-
con is starting his second year on the Board. He is employed by the Kings County
Implement Company in Hanford. Mr. Vucovich has served for three years on the
Unified Board and ten years on the Malaga Board of Education.
The Litoria Staff would like to thank these busy men for taking a little time out
of the day to help the student body of Fowler High School and the elementary schools.
Mr. J, Van Gundy
Mr, P. Magill
Mr. L Blayney Mr. S, Vucovich Mr, A, Bacon
The counselors and the nurse area necessity to the work-
ing machinery of a school. The counselors, Mrs. Ostrand and
Miss Blayney, help the students plan his education and his
career. Miss Jorgensen tends to the students who are sick or
are hurt at school. On behalf of the student body, the Litoria
staff wou ld like to thank these people for their continued effort
to serve the students.
Orr school nurse, Miss Jorgensen, is retiring this year.
Before coming to Fowler, she was asurgical nurse in San Fran-
cisco. Miss Jorgensen started working for Fowler High School
and the elementary schools in 1948 and she has continued here
until this year-a total of 21 years. Miss Jorgensen lives in
Selma and plans to continue her extensive travels after her
retirement. 1. School Nurse-Miss Jorgensen
2. Counselor-Miss Blayney
3. Head Counselor-Mrs. Osrrand
As the year comes to a close, the
Faculty breathsa sigh of relief, to have
helped graduate the class of "69". The
Faculty each year helps to prepare the
students for college or jobs after grad-
uation. The teachers help with the
classes, clubs, and athletics. We really
have much to thank them for.
Loretta Epperson- -Hornemakfng and P. E.
Sophomore class and FHA sponsor.
Sylvia Kuyumjian- - French and Spanish.
Sophomore class and French club spon-
Ethel Roosman--Shorthand, Typing, Of-
fice Machines. Freshmanclass sponsor.
Page Duncan- -P. E. and Speech Educa-
tion. Senior class sponsor.
Berry Hill--Math and Woodshop. Jun-
ior class sponsor,
Steve Garberson--Math and Algebra.
Senior class and Rally club sponsor.
Track team and Cross Country coach,
Marsha Neu--English. Senior class
John Browning- -Civics and Work
Experience. Soph class and
Block F sponsor. Varsity bas-
ketball and B football coach.
Richard Ribarich- -Biology and
Life Science. Soph sponsor.
Anthony Garofoli-- English,
Speech Arts, Journalism, Jun-
ior class sponsor.
Neil Stromberg--P. E. , U.S.
History, General Math, Junior
class, Block F, and Rally Club
sponsor. Coach for Varsityfoot-
ball, J. V, Basketball and Var-
Art Helzer--Art, Publications,
Crafts. Senior class sponsor. J.
V. football coach.
Mavis Johansen- -Geometry, Al-
gebra Il, Advanced Math. Soph-
omore class and CSF sponsor.
Alice Blayney- -Psychology and
music. Junior class sponsor,
Frank Encinas- -Spanish and P, E.
Sophomore class and Spanish
club sponsor. J. V. football and
Varsity basketball coach.
Barbara Kaspian- -English II, and
III. Junior class sponsor.
Susan Hoffman- -Practical English,Eng-
lish, English II. Senior Class and Girls'
Kay Smart--P. E. Freshman class and
Girls' League sponsor. Tennis team
Howard Nielsen- - U. S. History and
World Geography. Senior class sponsor.
Jack Chappell--Agriculture and Life
Science, Junior class sponsor and FFA
Darrell Krause--Chemistry, Physics,
Life Science, Introduction to Algebra.
Freshman class and Latin club sponsor.
Weight lifting coach.
Jim Ruhl- -P. E. Junior class sponsor.
Varsity football and J. V. baseball coach
Mrs. Converse and Mrs. Biggerstaff-Secretaries FY
These secretaries keep Fowler High's offices running
smoothly'and efficiently. Mrs. Biggerstaff is Mr. Hen-
drickson's secretary and she is also in charge of the main
office. She provides supplies needed by the teachers.
Mrs. Converse is the attendance clerk and secretary to
Mr. Petersen. Her office is in the new Student Center,
and another of her many jobs is helping with student affairs.
Mrs. Yamamoto, our new financial secretary, is in charge
of purchase orders, class and club treasuries, and all other
financial matters. Mrs. Bolt, the librarian, assists stu-
dents in finding information in the school library. With-
out these four helpful ladies, our school would not run
COOKSg Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Aubuchon, and Mrs. Booth
Bus DRIVERS AND MECHANICSQ M. Henslee, R. Garcia, J. Acosta,
The personnel at Fowler
High School are the people
"behind the scenes". The cooks
serve nutritious meals to the stu-
dents. The bus drivers provide
a means of transportation to and
from school and special activi-
ties. The janitors clean the
school and make the necessary
Without the help of these
people, the school would be
unable to open it's doors to
IANITORSQ Mr. Jones, Mr. I-Iughey, and C. Luna.
President Henry Fernandez
Under the leadership of Student Body President Henry Fernandez, the 1968-69 Stu-
dent Council worked to improve Fowler High School, The main effort of the Student
Council was to unite all groups ofthe school. To accomplish this, the possibility of estab-
lishing a House of Representative was frequently discussed at Student Council meetings.
Besides this, these elected and appointed officers went about their regular duties, such
as planning assemblies, coordinating student projects, and working with the administra-
tion to improve the school.
Vicvpresident Secretary Treasurer
Wayne Cederquist Patti Sakohira Cheryl Schuer
ChefY1 Kayian Gerald Kondo
Harry Malicgaf Larry Stromberg
Martin shimoda Shirley Melikian
Publicity Head Yell Leader
Greg Miyake Roberta Kikuta
Sophomore Class Freshmen C1335
Mike Williams Marion Murrietta
Mike Morira Gary Raco Sandra Raco 7
Vice-President President Secretary
, 7 Ernie Murrietta
- f f a Debbie Ishkanian Bruce Shimizu
Boy s Atheletic Manager Girls' Athletic Manager TICHSUIST Girls' Yell Leader Boys' Yell Leader
We made it! Canyou believe it? We're
finally graduating. After four long years it
has finally arrived. Come to think ofit,
these past four years haven't been so long.
Remember when we were freshmen-the big
Seniors called us green and dumb. But we
showed them we weren't. We really surprised
them when our class float won first place at
the Fowler Fall, Festival. And before we
could say "Fowler Redcats, " we were Soph-
omores--ordering our rings and pushing the
new freshmen around! Most of us will pro-
bably agree that our Sophomore year was
the hardest, but yet it flew by so quickly.
And then we were Juniors- - proud as anything
because we were upperclassmen. Remember
our Junior year? Seems like all we did was
work, work, work! Why? For only one rea-
son-we were determined to have the best
Prom ever at Fowler High. And we did!
Then itwasjune '68 and we realized that as
the Seniors graduated, we would finally be
the leaders of the school. This year has been
great-but so short. It seems like our first
football game was only yesterday, but here
we are with graduation just around the corner.
Maybe we won't see each other again after
June 12, but we won't forget Fowler High and
will agree that ours was the Great Class of '69!
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Mrs Duncan MT Helzef Mrs Hoffman Mr Nielsen Mrs Neu Mr Garberson
BANK OF AMERICA WINNERS V. Elm Music, S. Melikian Social Science, S. Hamp-Art, V. Boornazian'Fine Arts S Duran
Foreign Language, E. Wih1ida1fBusiness, S. Montgomery-Home Economics, P. Sakohira-English, M. Shimoda-Mathematics, F
Takeda-Science and Mathematics, M. Fearnside-Trades 85 Industrial Arts, R. Shafer- Laboratory Science. Not pictured G Ra
SENICR AWARD WI
DAR Representative Betty Crocker Winner
Shirley Melikian Mary Lou Santos
Valedictorian- P. Sakohira
10070 C. F.S. M. Shimoda, V.
kecla, W. Cederquist, S. Meli-
Boornazian, P, Sakohira, F. Ta-
Boys' State Representative
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SENIOR I DEX
Acevedo, Paul: Auto Club 4, Football 3.
Aguilar, Esmeralda E.A.: Spanish 1, GAA 3, FHA 4, Girls' Leaguel 2 3 4, Latin American 2 3, Rally Club 2 3 4, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Christmas Play
3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Allred, Scotty D.: French 3, Spanish 3, FFA 2 3 4, Block F 3 4, AFS 3, Auto Club 4, Football 1 2 3, Baseball 1 2 3 4.
Asakawa, Sharon A.: French 1 2 3 4, GAA 3, FHA 1 2 3 4, Girls' Lfeague 1 2 3 4, AFS 3, Hi 4-H 1 2 3 4, Jr. Sr. Play crew 3 4, Tennis 1 2 3 4.
Askov, Doug N. : French 3 4. Spanish 2 3 4, Red 8L,White 4, FTA 2, AFS 2 3, Latin-American 3, Litoria, ,Photographer 3 4, Business Manager 3 4,
Band 1 2, Jr. Sr. Play 3 4, Christmas Play 4, Mayfair 3 4, Stage light and sound
Bagdasarian, Amos: Auto Club 4.
Banales,Richard A.: Block F, Latin-American 4, Auto Club 4, Band 4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Football 4, Basketball 4, Track 4.
Boornazian, Vicki Ann: French 2, Spanish 2, FHA 1 2, CSF 1 2 3 4 fTreasurerJ, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, AFS 1 2 3, Redcar 2 3 4 qEditor 3 45, Jr. Sr.
Play 2 3 4, Daisy chain 3, Soph. Class Treasurer, Fowler Fall Festival Queen 3, Prom decorations Committee Chr. , Mayfair Cast Award, Jr.Sr. Play
prop chairman 2 3 4.
Cain, Rocky N. ,, Spanish 1, FFA 1, Football 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 1 2, Stat 1.
Carrasco, Eva: Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 2 3 4, Rally Club 2 3 4, Letter Girl 2 3 4, Daisy Chain 1.
Cederquist, Gerald W. , French 2 3 4 qPresident 31, Spanish 3, CSF 1 2 3 4 Qvice -president, director of activitiesl, AFS 2 3, Jr. -"f, Play 3 4, Chair-
man Prom Committee, Chairman Float Committees 3 4, Mayfair Play, Student Advisory Committee, ASB Vice- president, President ICC.
Clark, Doug N.: FFA 4, Block F, Auto Club4, lst. place state vine pruning contest, 3rd place Del Rey Tractor Rodeo, Football 2, Baseball 3 4.
Constante, Deliag Girls' lfeague 1 2 3 4, Rally Club 2 3. Chorus 2 3 4,
Duran, Suzanne: Spanish 3 4, GAA 1 2 3 4, Senior Scouts 3 4, FHA 1 2 3 4, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 3, Rally Club 2 3, Redcat 3,
Najorettel 2 3 4 fl-leadj, Christmas Play 4, Daisy Chain 3, Mayfair 3, Frosh Athletic Mgr.
Echols, Norma J.: French 3, Girls' League 1 2 3, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Daisy Chain 3, Fowler Fall Festival Queen Contestant 4, Swimming 2.
Elm, Virginia: Spanish 2, FHA 1, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Chorus 2 3 4, Redcar 4, Band 1 2, Jr. -Sr. Play 3 4, Letter Girl 3, Daisy Chain 3, Honor
Chorus 3, Band Boosters' Award, Solo Music Festival Award 3, Basketball Statistition 1 2 3.
Esrae1ian,Donna L.: French 2, Spanish 1 2 3, Senior Scouts 12, FHA 12 3, Girls' League 12 3 4, AFS 2 3, Hi 4-H 12 3, reporter, Jr.-Sr. Play 4,
Daisy Chain 3.
Estrada, Hector M., Chorus 3 4, Band 1 2 3 4, Basketball 3 4.
Evans, Diana L.: FHA 12, Girls' League 12 3 4, AFS 1, Chorus l 2 3 4, 4-Year Chorus, Frosh Yell Leader.
Fearnside, Michael L.: French 3, Block F 3 4, AFS 3, Auto 4, secretary, Redcar Staff 4, sports editor, Ir. -Sr. Play 4, Football l 2 3 4, Basketball
2 3, Baseball 3 4, Track l, Swimming 2.
Fernandez, Henry V.: Block F 2 3 4, AFS 3, Latin-American Sgt. at Arms 3, President 4, Chorus 12 3 4, Band 12, Jr. -Sr. Play 4, Mayfair 4, Lions
Club-Honorary Member, Lions Club Speech Contest 3, A.S. B. President 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Football 1 2 3 4, Basketball, captain l 2, Track l 2
Fernandez, Stella A. : Girls' League l 2 3 4, Latin-American 3, Rally Club 1 2, Chorus 2 3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Figueroa, Valentina: Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 2 3, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Garcia, George C.: Basketball 4,
Garcia, Leticia P.: Girls' League l 2 3 4: Jr. -Sr. Play 1.
Garcia, Ray: Spanish 4.
Gigliotti, Jenifer L.: l 2 3 parlimentarian 4, Girls' league 12 3 4, AFS l 2, Hi 4-H 1 2 3 4, Jr. -Sr. Play 3, Tennis 2.
Gomez, Leonard M.: Block F 4, Band 4, Basketball 4.
Gomez, Rosemary: Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 2 3 4, Rally Club 1 2 3 4, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Gonzales, Dolores A.: GAA 3, FHA 2 3, Candy Striper 2, Girls' league 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 3 4, Chorus 2, Daisy Chain 3, Senior Class treasurer.
Gossman, Sandra E.: Spanish 2, FHA 1 2 3, Chorus 2 3 4, Redcar Staff 2, Pep Girl 2, Daisy chain 3, FFA Sweetheart 3.
Hagen, Tom R.: FFA 12 3.
Hamp, Susan J.: French l 2, FHA 1 2, Girls' League l'2 3 4, AFS 2 3, Litoria Staff, Art Editor 4, Jr. -Sr. Play 2 3 4, tech. crew.
Haro, Molly A.: Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 4, Rally Club 4 Chorus 2 3 4, Redcar Staff 4.
Harper, Brenda:-FHA 1 2, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Chorus 3 4.
Hernandez, Frances: Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 3, Rally Club 3, Chorus 1 2 3 4.
Hughey, Linda H.: Girls' league 4, Chorus 1, Band 3.
Hurtado, Margaret: Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 3 4, Rally Club 2 3 4, Chorus 234, Daisy Chain 3
Ishkanian, Debbie L.: Spanish 1, FHA 1 2 3, Girls' League l 2 3 4, Chorus 2 3 4,Frcsh and Senior Class Yell Leader.
Jameson, Marcia I.: French treasurer 1 2 3 4, Spanish 4, Senior Scouts 12 3 4, FHA 3, Red 82 White 3 4, FTA 2, Girls' league 1 2 3 4, AFS 12 3,
Band 1 2, ASB Presidential Assistant 4, Inter-Club Council secretary 4.
Jones, Tim D.: AFS 3, Chorus 3 4.
Kiyiafl. Cheryl J.: Senior Scouts secretary 1 2 3 4, FHA 1 2 3, Red as white secretary 3 4, FTA 1, Girls' League Soph repr. 4, AFS 1 2, Redcar Staff 4,
Band l 2, Pep Girl 3, Jr.-Sr. Play, ticket seller 3 4, Fall Festival Queen Candidate 3, Sweetheart Candidate 3, ASB Crnrmissioner of Activities 4, Ten-
nis manager 2 3.
Kelly, Phyllis K.: Girls' League 3, Redcat Staff 4.
Kikuta, Roberta K.: French 3, Spanish 2 3 4, Senior Scouts 1 2 3 4, FHA 2 3, Red 8g White 3 4, FTA 3, Girls' league 12 3 Vice Pres. 4, AFS 12 3, Pep
President 4, Redcar Staff-Editor 2 yrs. 2 3 4, Band 1 2, Yell Leader 4, Jr. -Sr. Play crew 2 3 4, Daisy Chain 3, Mayfair 1, ASB Head Yell leader 4, Inter-
Club Council 4, Tennis 3 4.
Kimura, Donna R.: French l 2 3,FHA 12, Girls' League 12 3 4, AFS 12 3, Redcar Staff 4, Tennis 2 3 4.
Kondo, Gerald T.: French 2 3 4, Spanish 2 3 Vice President 4, Red SL White 3 4, AFS l 2 3, Redcat Photographer 4, Band 1 2, Jr. -Sr. Play crew 3 4, Class
Vice President 3, ASB Commissioner of Athletics 4, Basketball 1 2, Tennis 2 3 4.
Lazaro, Salvador B.: Auto 4.
Lowe, Elizabeth: Spanish l 2 3 4, GAA 3, FHA 1 2 3 president 4, Girls' League l 2 3 4, AFS 1 2 3, Rally Club 4, Litoria staff typist 3 4, business manager 4,
Senior Editor 4, Inter-Club Council 4.
Magill, Janet: French 2, FHA 3, Girls' league l 2 3 4, Chorus 3, Redcar Staff 3, Litoria Staff 4, Fowler Fall Festival Queen Candidate 3, Sweetheart Can-
didate 2, Junior Class Secretary, Soph Class Girls' Athletic Manager, Jr. Achievement Test-Top 10179 in nation.
Malicoat, Harry C.: Block F 2 3 4, Auto 4, Redcat Staff 3, Band 12 3, Jr. -Sr. Play 3 4, ASB Commissioner of Art 4, Football 2, Baseball 1 2 3 4.
Melikian, Shirley J.: French 3, Spanish 2 3 President 4, Senior Scouts 4, FHA 1 treasurer 2 vice president 3, CSF 1 secretary 2 3 4, Red 82 White 3 4, Girls'
League 1 2 3 4, AFS 1 2 3, Hi 4-H 1 treasurer 2 president 3 County President 4, Litoria Staff 3 Executive Editor 4, Band 1 2, Jr. -Sr. Play 3, Daisy Chain 3,
DAR District 5 Winner, ASB Commissioner of Welfare 4, Inter-Club Council 3 4, Tennis 2 3 4.
Miyake, Greg G.: Spanish treasurer 2 3 4, Block F 2 3 4, Red 8. White president 3 4, AFS 2 3, Redcar Photographer 4, Band 1 2, Ir. -Sr. Play crew 3 4,Frosh
Class President, Soph Class Vice President, Junior Class President, ASB Commissioner of Publicity 4, inter-Club Council 4, JV Football Captain 2, Varsity
Football 3 4, Baseball 1 2 3 4, Student Advisory Board.
Monis, Carol J: Spanish 1, FHA 2 3, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Chorus 12 3 4.
Montgomery, Shirley L.: FHA 4, CSF 3, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Rally Club 1 2 vice president 3 4, Chorus 1 2 3 4.
Montoya, Julian: Spanish 1 2, Latin-American 3 4, Jr.-Sr. Play 3 4, Track 2 3, Cross Country 2 3, 1967 Most Valuable Player, W.S. L. C.C
Monis, Joyce J.: Frosh class treas.. Girls' League 1 2 3 4, FHA 12 3, Junior Class Yell leader, Prom Comm. 3, Rally Club 2.
Morita, Michael K.: French 2 3 4, Spanish 2 3 4, Block F 3 4, Band 1 2 3 4, Frosh Class Vice-President, Junior Class Yell Leader, Senior Class Vice
President, Football 1 2 3 4, Basketball 1 2, Swimming 2, Tennis l 2 3 4.
Murrieta, Ernestine: Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 3, Rally Club 2 3 4, Senior Class Athletic Manager.
Nakayama, Keith Y.: French 3, FFA 3, AFS 2 3.
Neeley, Janie B.: Fl-lA 2, Girls' League 12 3 4, AFS 2 3, Chorus 12 3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Nunes, Theodore R.: FFA 1 2 3, Block F 3, Latin-American 3, Band 1 2, Football 3, Basketball l 2, Track l 2 3 4, Swimming 2.
Pena, Sylvia J.: Girls' League 12 3 4, Latin-American 3 4, Rally Club 2 3 4, Pep 4, Pep Girl 4, Majorette 3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Prescott, David R.: Block F secty. 4, Christmas Play 4, Football QHonorab1e Mentionj, Track QLeague Champs-683, Football 1 2 3 4, Basketball, 1 2,
Track 1 2 3 4.
Raco, Gary D.: FFA 2 3 4, Block F 3 4, AFS 2 3, Latin-American 3, Auto 4,FHA Knight 2, Coach of Championship FFA Greenhands Basketball team ,
4, All-League Offensive End 4, All-League Defensive Back 4, Senior Class President, ASB Officer, Inter-Club Council, Football l 4, Basketball 1 2 3
4, Baseball 1 2 3 4.
Raco, Sandra G.: French 2 3, FFA 3, Fl-1A 1 2 3, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Christmas Play 1 2 3 4, Campus Queen, Fall Festival Queen Con-
testant, FFA Sweetheart, Class Officer 1 2 3 4.
Rains, Boyce E.: French 3, AFS 3, Chorus l 2 3 4, Redcar Staff 4, Jr. -Sr. Play 2 3 4, Honor Chorus 3, Mayfair 3, Football 1, Track 1 2, Cross Country
2, 660 League Champion 1. I
Ramirez, Carlos S.: French 3, Spanish 3, FFA Sec. -Vice-Pres. 1 2 3 4, Block F 3 4, Latin American 3, Auto 4, Band l 2, Jr. -Sr. Play 3 4, Kicked out
of School, Football 2 3 4, Basketball l 2, Baseball 1 2 3.
Ramirez, Gloria: Girls' league 1 2 3 4, Latin-American 3 4, Chorus l 3 4, Jr.-Sr. Play 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Rice, Tommy L.:
Rodriguez, Alex L.: Block F 3 4, Latin-American 3 Vice President 4, Auto treasurer 4,Senior Class Athletic Manager 4, Football captain l 2 3 4, Basket-
ball 1, Track 1 2 3 4, Most Valuable Lineman, All League 2nd team Offense, All League Honorable Mention-Defense, Track League Champs l965:196B.
Rodriguez, Lucy L.: Girls' League 1, Latin-American 4, Rally Club 3 4.
Sakoda, Junko: French 4, GAA 3, FHA 4, Girls' League 4, AFS 2, Jr.-Sr. Play 3, Temiis 2.
Sakohira, Patti M.: French l 2 secretary 3, Spanish 3, Senior Scouts 1 2 3 4, FHA 2 secretary 3, CSF 1 2 treasurer 3, 4,Red 31 White 3 4, FTA 3, Girls'
league 1 2 3 treasurer 4, AFS l 2 3, Redcat Staff 2 Business Manager 4, Band 1 2, Pep Girl 3 4, Jr. -Sr. Play Technical Crew 2 3 4, Daisy Chain 3, ASB
Secretary 4, Tennis-Manager 3 4,
Santos, Mary L.: GAA president 3,4, Girls' league president 4 3,I.nter-Club Council 4..
Sargenti, Romeo: Freshman football, J.V. baseball 2, Varsity 3 4, FFA 12 3 4, FFA treas. 2 4, Block F 3 4, Basketball 2 3, Prom Comm. 3.
Sauermilch, Carolyn L.: Girls? League l 2 3 4, Chorus 4.
Schuer, Cheryl F.: French 2, Spanish 23 4, Senior Scouts 4, FHA lreporter 2, Girls' League 1 2 34, AFS 2 3, Redcat Staff 4, Jr. -Sr. Play 4, Daisy Chain
3, ASB Treasurer 4,
Scoyni, Christina M.: Chorus 12 3 4, Majorette 3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Shahbazian, Carla: Spanish 4, Girls' League 12 3 4, Chorus 3, Band 2.
Shafer, Randy D.: Track 4.
Shimizu, Buce W.: French 2 3 4, Spanish 2 president 3, 4, Block F 3 4, AFS 2 3, Band 1 2 3 4, Jr.-Sr. Play 3, Class Officer 3 4, I.nter-Club Council 3,
Football 1 2 3 4, Baseball l 2 3 4, Statistician 1 2 3.
Slliriioda, Martin S.: French 2 3 4, Spanish 2 3 4, CSF 2 3 President 4, AFS 2 3, Band 1, Jr. -Sr. Play 3 4, Highest Grade-Algebra I fboysj, Nadonal Merit
Scholarship Semifinalist, CSF Seal Bearer, ASB Commissioner of Safety 4, Inter-Club Council, Baseball 2, Statistician 2.
Sigera, Frances L.: French 3 4, FHA 1, Girls' League 12 3 4, Daisy Chain 3.
Sttomberg, Larry D.: French 3 4, Spanish 3 4, Latin-American 3 4, Chorus 3 4, Band 3, Mayfair, Jr. -Sr. Play 3, ASB Commissioner of Records 4,
Football 3 4, Basketball 3, Track 4.
Square, Ulyssis G.: Spanish 2, FFA 3, Block F president 4, Auto 4, All-League 3,Al1-League Offense, first team 4, All-League Defense, first team 4,
City-County 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Football 1.2 3 4, Basketball 1 2 3 4, Baseball 1 2 3 4.
Takeda, Fuml: French 2, Block F 3 4, CSF 2 3 4, social chairman, Latin-American 3, Band l 2 3, Jr. -Sr. Play 3, Football 2 3 4, Tennis 1 2 3 4,
Taniguchi, Susan: French 1 2 3 4, GAA treasurer 3, FHA parliamentarian 12 3 4, Senior Scouts 1 2 3 president 4, Girls' league 12 3 4, AFS 1 2,
Band 1 2 , Jr.-Sr. Play 3, Co-ed Correspondent, Inter-Club Council 4, Tennis 1 2 3 4,
Terry, Sharon A.: French 2, FHA l 2 3, Girls' League l 2 3 4, Chorus 2 3 4, Letter Girl l, Daisy Chain 3, Class Officer l 2.
Valencia, Mary E.: FHA 4, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Rally Club 4, Chorus 13 4.
Vela, Rosa H.: Girls' League 12 3 4,
Wehmeyer, Terry L.: Football 4, Track 12, Cross Country 2.
Westrope, Cathy I.: French 1, FHA 4, Girls' League 1 2 3 4, Rally Club 3 4.
Wihlidal, Eva R.: Girls' League 12 3 4,
Zaragoza, Gabe A.: Track 1 2 3 4, Cross Country 2 3 4, Captain and Most Valuable Player, Cross Country-4, 2-mile League Champ- 1967, 2-mile
league Champ- 1968, 1320 school record 13: 22. 61
President Vice-President Treasurer
David Okazaki Ken Hamp Mark Topoozian
The Juniors have now completed their first year as upperclassmen. In drives
to earn money for the prom, they have had concessions at the games, Fowler
Fall Festival and Mayfair, a dance and the Junior-Senior Play. They started
early in the year on the Prom committee. Many problems arose though as they
always have and always will. But President David Okazaki led his team of ex-
pert students through the struggle of everyday student activity at Fowler High.
As the end of this school year is here, the Juniors look forward to their Senior
Secretary Girl-S Athletic Manager Boys Athletic Manager Girls Yell Leader Boys Yen Leader
Julie Rodriguez Teresa Santos Ray Morales Susie Guzoujian Jerry Farris
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This year s Soph class was undoubtedly one ofthe most active snrrrted classes
Fowler has ever seen This was partly due to the work of the Soph class head
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float divrsron Love makes the world go 'round" was the theme of the orrg
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The little people of Fowler High began their four year struggle. Although
they were running ,back and forth not knowing what to do part of their first year.
confusion was cleared up during Freshman Orientation Week.
sored a successful dance and concession.
Under the guidance of the class yell leaders the freshmen's spirit rose during
the year to challenge the other classes in class competition. So congratulations
Class of '72, for now you are full- fledged students of Fowler High School.
Secretary Girls Athletic Manager Boys Athletic .Manager Girls Yell Leader Boys Yell leader
Sharon Rodgers Laurie Allred David Hammond Ruby Contreras Joel Murillo
Mr. Krause Mr. Converse Miss Roosman Mr. Jensen Miss Smart Mr, Morlet
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Each year the Junior class sponsors a
Slave Day in order to raise money for
the Junior-Senior Prom. This year was
no exception. Late in February, Fowler
High students assembled in the auditor-
ium to make their bid for a slave.
Members of the Junior class showed
off theirtalent or acted as sellers. After
performing their acts, each "slave" was
auctioned off to the highest bidder. For
the rest of the day, the juniors had to
serve as his master's slave and had to
make his master's wish his command.
The theme of this year's Slave Day
was based on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-
CO-aches: J. Rum, N. suomberg
Prescott FB - LB
Butts FB-Def. E
Raco E-Def. HB
Ramirez Def. E.
Square H. B.
Hamp H. B.
Chavez L. B.
Rodriquez H. B,
Morales H. B.
Niksrarian H. B.
A. Alcazar G
G. Miyake B,
W. Gonzales L. B.
M. Morita H. B.
G. Sumida E
Front row: I. Hammond, G. Santikian, T. Carrasco, B. Irrissari, M. Jensen, G. Dondlinger, B. Coolidge, E. Falcon. Second
row, E. Zuniga, V. Nunes, M. Murrietta, C. Buckman, J. Davidson, J. Hernandez, I. Aguilar, D. Blayney, R. Brown. Stand-
ing: F. Davis, D. Hammond, V. Carrasco, R. Kondo, J. Marquez, M. Takahashi, L. Rodgers, R. Fernandez, K. Nakagawa,B.
Coaches: A. Helzer, F. Encinas, E. Morlet
R, Hurado, B. Coolidge, G. Dondlinger, J. Murillo. Second row: J. Riddle, M. Sal-
divar, Bue, F. Davis, V. Nunes. Standingg J. Tharp, R. Parnagian, K. Nakagawa, D
Blayney, S. Saldivar.
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ront row, J. Harrrs, J. Square, E. Morales, H- ESU'aCl21, R. Morales. Second rowg manager-A. Kramer, G. Raco, M. McColm, K. McColl
L. Gomez, M. Williams, G. Garcia, T. Butts, manager-R, Pisor,
Although the Varsity basketball squad
had a fair season this year, they made a great
effort against the other schools in the League
Under the guidance of Coach Browning
they started out the season with many non-
league wins, which promoted school spirit
and raised hopes for a very successful year.
Seniors on this year's squad were J. Square,
G. Raco, L. Gomez, and G. Garcia.
Top: Frosh and Varsity
Veach and Terry Davis.
Leonard Gomez Gary Raco Jr. Square George Garcia
Gary Raco pulls down a rebound for for the Cats! ! !
Captains-Jr. Square and Gary Raco.
Coach Stromberg Front rowg M. Alvarez, A. Morales, R. Fernandez, R, Kondo, R, Garza. Back rowg R. Stromberg-
FROSH AND JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
Front rowg R. Monis, R. Whisenhunt, B. Yosako, D. Garcia, J. Marquez, G. Stuckey, D. Miller, S.
Fitzpatrick. Back rowg D. Kobayashi, L. Sumida, C. Buckman, P. Sherman, F. Davis, E. Switzler,
64 N. Walker, W. Ludtke, T. Wicker, D. Duenas, D. Hammond,
R, Pena, G, Zaragoza, F. Lucero, R, Garza, I, Macias, J. Hernandez.
The 1968 version oi Fowler High School's Cross Country
team finished a very fine season by emerging from league
competition undefeated Q4-OJ -and capped this performance
by winning the West Sequoia League championship. Toshow
Fow1er's dominance of the league, the results of the league
find Redcar runners placing 2,3,4, 5, 6, and 7 in the league.
Setting the pace all year was team captain and most out-
standing runner Gabe Zaragozag selected for most improved
runners on the team were Fred Lucero and Joe Montoya.
Highlighting this excellent season was the qualifications
of Gabe Zaragoza and Joe Montoya for the Valley champion-
With the exception of Gabe the whole team will be back
nextyear to continue their dominance of cross country in this
Congratulations to the first championship cross country
team in Fow ler's history.
Varsity: Ioan Avedisian, Debbie
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et Teraoka, Sam Sherman, Fumi
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Coach: Miss Smart. Manager: Susan Taniguchi.
This year, 1969, was one of the most successful ten-
nis seasons in years. Under the guidance of Coach Smart
and manager Susan Taniguchi, both, the Varsity and Jun-
ior Varsity won many victories for Fowler High.
Senior players this year were Shirley Melikian, Fumi
Takeda, Gerald Kondo, Mike Morita, Roberta Kikuta,
Greg Miyake and Sharon Asakawa.
We are especially proud of Sam Sherman and Mike
Morita for their fine performance at the Selma Tourna-
ment, where they won 2nd place in the consolation round.
Although Fowler will be losing some of its best players
this year, there are many up and coming players.
Junior Varsity: H. Tsuboi, G. Renge, S. Brenner, R. Kikuta, G. Nakayama, R.
Kondo, N. Walker, S. Matoba.
Other p1ayersgS. Asakawa, L. Santikian, C. Raco
L. Santos, J. Yamaguchi, S. Namba, M. Sakoda.
Second row: D. Nakamura, R, Mukai, S. Brenner,
W.Asakawa, G. Stucky
W. Asakawa, G. Stuckey, K. Esraelian, K. Hash-
imoto, G. Sumida, G. Miyake, R. I-Iurado.
Senior Playersg Romeo Sargenti, Harry Malicoat, Scott Allred, Doug
Clark, Gary Raco, Junior Square. Coach: Mr. Encinas
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First row R. Sargenti, R. Morales, J. Square, T. Stockstill, K. Hamp, G. Iwamoto, M. McColm, J. Harris, Second row
M Topoozian, H. Malicoat, T. Butts, D, Clark, G. Raco, D. Caudle, S. Allred, J. Landrith, K McCo1m, R, Suomberg
Strike Three! You're Out! Another victory
for the Fowler Redcats! Sounds likea Varsity
game, doesn't it? This year's team hasbeen
filled with victory. Seniors and Juniors fill the
field with plenty of excitement and thrills for
any big- leaguer. Coach Encinas has shaped and
molded the boys into a strong ball club. A team
like this should be congratulated for its fine play
among rival teams,
Statisticians: J. Van Gundy, B. Zamora, M. Shimoda
Bottom row: D. Miller, D. Helman, J. Tharp, R. Whisenhunt, C. Allen, R. Fernandez. 2nd rowg J,
Garcia, R. Brown, L. Sumida, K. Nakagawa, B. Yosako, M. Takahashi, J. Hammond, F. Gonzales.
3rd rowg D. Bue, A. Topjian, K. Buckman, A. Derderian, G. Dondlinger, B. Coolidge, J. Marquez
Junior Varsity baseballhada very good season this worked hard, but in every game it payed Off. Cap'
year. Freshmen and Sophomores representing Fowler rains Jess GaICia and Matt Takahashi led their team
High's Kittens hoping soon to be Varsity, they played through a season of wins, losses and ties. Thank-
as they never had before. Under Coach Ruhl the team you Kittens.
Captains: Jess Garcia and Matt Takahashi
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The 1969 track team has again been successful. Mr. Coac es Mr Suomberg 85 Mr Garberson
Stromberg and Mr. Garberson coached them on to victory
after victory. For a small team, they are considered to be
one of the best in the West Sequoia League. At their first
meet they won third place with only five bo s The student
body is pleased to have such a team represent them onthe
N. Zapata, D. Okazaki, G. Zaragoza, D. Prescott, T. Nunes, A. Rodriguez
F. Lazaro, L. Cook, J. Hernandez, I. Montoya, G. Shabazian, B. Gonzales,
D. Hammond, G. Corona, S. Alfaro, R. Nikssarian, E. Zuniga, J. Hernandez.
Manager L. Para
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Yell Leaders: D. Hiraoka, R. Kikuta head and L Santos
Fowler I-Iigh's cheerleaders were a major factor in build-
ing school spirit this year. Roberta, Debbie, and Linda led
the yells at the assemblies, spirit rallies, and football games.
Each girl possessed drive and stamina which enabled them
to keep up with the busy life of a cheerleader.
This season's mascot, Marlene Zamora, was a bright and
cheerful kitty cat. Through out her sometimes difficult job
she remained agreat symbol of school spirit.
Patti Sakohira led the crew of nine pep girls, Barbara,
Patty, Sylvia, Alison, Julie, Bev, Janet, and Elaine per-
formed various routines at the games and assemblies. Each
did their part in promoting spirit and good will toward other
Mascot Marlene Zamora
Pep Girls: S. Pena, B. Zamora,
P. Kazarian, A. Gross, J. Hir-
ose, P. Sakohira, B. Kondo, E.
Niksarian, J. Teraoka.
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Front rows l. Okamoto, R. Gomez, J. Lucero, M. Sakoda, S. Ideta, B. Honda, M. Zamora, R. Cherry, B. Zamora. Second rowg
M. Morita, L. Gomez, L. Sumida, H. Wilson, C. Allen, S. Namba, L. Hughey, B. Gonzales, A. Alcazar, T. Martinez, D.Gar-
za, M. Alvarez, M. Almaraz. Third row, L. Honda, J. Muro, D. Sanders, L. Gonzales, M. Murrietta, C. Lucero, W. Asakawa,
S. Brenner, F. Gonzales, K. Hashimoto, S. Fitzpatrick, V. Alcazar, D. Hammond, C. Buckman, R. Benavides. Fourth rowg W.
Gonzales, R. Holquin, H. Estrada, B. Yosako, D. Miller, L. Gomez, B. Shimizu, M. Marootian, D. Blayney, A. Davis, G. Su-
mida. Fifth row, B. Harding, S. Muldrew, R. Pena, B. Zavala, C. Medina, A. Morales, J. Aguilar, P. Sherman, J. Hammond,
REDCAT MARCHING BAN
The Redcar Band, under the direction of Mr. Lee, was a The band's activities this year included their annual calen-
major factor in building school spirit this year. The band pro- dar sale, spring concert, and participation in the Music Fes-
vided our music for games, pep rallies, and concerts. The rival. Also. the m21IChiI1g band. under lhe di-FCCfi0T10f d-UIU1
band's new music, along with the new routines ofthe pep girls, major Fred Sauermilch, represented Fowler High School in
brought the much- needed variations to our rallies and made many parades in the valley.
them a lot of fun.
Majorettes-D. Davis, S.
Pena, T. Scoyni, S. Du-
ran, B. Meek.
Letter Girls-E. Carrasco,
D. Gonzales, D. Hunter,
C. Hagen, C. Frisby, D.
1 .1 h Director: Mr, Lee
Drum Major: Fred Sauerml C ' Officers: M. Zamora, E. Lehman, B. Harding
Helman, N. Diaz, D.Bet-
Miss Blayney directing the chorus.
The chorus has had a full schedule this
year. Their first school performance was
the Christmas program. In the spring, se-
lected members participated in the honor
chorus. They went to U. O. P, and then to
the Music Festival. They also sang in Fow-
ler's Mayfair program. Besides the many
school activities, some students performed
for different community organizations.
First rowg E. Magana, P. Kelly, F. Hernandez, D. Constante, C. Pinon, S. Montgomery, D. Evans, J. Neely, Second
rowg R. Vela, R. Gomez, M. Alvarez, M. Hurtado, V. Figueroa, S. Fernandez, A. Haro, D. Ishkanian. Third row N
Morrill, B. Harper, C. Evans, S. Kachadorian, D. Betancourt, S. Gossman, S. Terry, C. Sauermilch, L. Hughey Fourth
row, C. Emens, M. Valencia, S. Raco, A. Davis, K. Willi L S
ams, . tromberg, H. Estrada, H. Fernandez, V. Acevedo
B. Burrell, J. Rodriguez, J. Chavez, P. Kazarian, S. Guzoujian.
First rowg B. George, C. Valdez, O. Conuferas, J. Alvarez, D. Mendez, Y. Corrales, E. Hurtado. Sec
ond rowg M. Banales, B. Hughes, L. Sanders, L. Danner, E. Warren, D. Subia. Third rowg I. Sanders,
L. Lazaro, N. Chavez, M. Gutierrez, E. Chambers, J. Tidwell, M. Macias. Fourth rowg B. Banales,
P. Jones, E. Serrato, L. Gomez, B. Wilkerson, C. Avila.
First row, S. Hurtado, A. Rangel, J. Morales, M. Gonzales, O. Prieto, J. Alvarez, Y. Centeno, L. Martinez, M. Guz-
man, V. Figueroa. Second rowg E. Murrietta, N. Morrill, F. Martin, M. Hernandez, L. Guerra, M. Hurtado, M. Her-
nandez, T. Moreyda, L. Flores, E. Garcia. Third rowg G. Ramirez, V. Gonzales, B. Villa, M. Deatherage, B. Burrell,
B. Meek, S. Rodgers, I. Vogel, S. Fernandez, Fourth rowg R. Vela, E. Gomez, O. Sanders, C. Licon, I. Fernandez,D.
Hunter, A. Haro, B. Aaronian, J. Acevedo, V. Galvan, J. Hernandez, L. Sanders, N. Diaz, J. Aldape, P. Acevedo,.
Fifth rowg E. Burrell, I. Lopez, E. De los Santos, C. Hagen, J, Prieto, C. Rolon, G. Garcia, S. Muldrew, R. Figueroa,
M. Alvarez, T. Jones, B. Rains, D. Albritten.
Honor Chorus: Ginger Elm, Boyce Rains, Ken Williams, Valentina Figueroa,
Margie Hurtado, Henry Fernandez, Larry Stromberg, Stan Muldrew, Alan
Davis. Not pictured: Sandra Raco.
E. Lowe, FHAg S. Taniguchi, Senior Soutsg M. Santos, Girls Leagueg R. Kikuta, Pep Clubg M. Jameson, ICC Secretary L
Santos, GAAg M. Hurtado, Rally Clubg E. Niksarian, I-Ii 4-Hg Second row: M. Shimoda, CSFg M. Topoozian, French Club
J. Square, Block Fg G. Miyake, Red 85 Whiteg W. Cederquist, ICC Pres.: R. Kazanjian, FFA: H. Fernandez, Latin Club S
Melikian, Spanish Club.
With ASB Vice- President Wayne Cederquist as Pres -
ident and presidential assistant Marcia Jameson as sec-
retary , the Inter-Club C ouncil helped organize the
activities and meetings of the various clubs at Fow-
ler High. Each school-affiliated club was represent-
ed by its President. A schedule of club activity weeks
was set for the individual clubs to present at noon time.
Acting as a body, the Inter-Club Council gave a May-
fair dinner, the proceeds of which went to a scholar-
ship. At the end of the year, the club which accum
ulated the most points was presented with a trophy.
First rowg P. Sakohira, T. Kato, J. Teraoka, B. Kondo. Second rowg R. Kikuta, M. Jameson, C. Kayian, G. Miyake S
Melikian. Third row: W. Cederquist, G. Yoshi.mura, A. Gross, Mr. Kleim, Fourth row, G. Kondo, R. Rustigian, M To
poozian, D. Okazaki, D. Askov.
Red and White, Fowler I-Iigh's service club, once againworked
to improve our school. Working at the gates at football and bas-
ketball games, decorating goal posts, and keeping the marque up
to date are among the duties of these members. Since these people
receive no payment and very little recognition for their services,
this year they were thanked for their efforts by receiving a two-
day trip to San Francisco. We thank these people for generously
giving their time to improve our school!
Officers: C. Kayian, G. Miyake, Pres.. R. Rustigian, M. Topoozian.
RED AND WHITE
"Cheat'? Who cheats? These are my real
grades. I didn't cheat. " This is the average stu-
dent in C. S. F. arguing with another student. But
C.S. F. isn'trea11y this way. It is a club that
CA L I FO I A promotes academic achievement. Its purposeis
to provide a scholarship for a college-bound stu-
dent. They've earned money by selling book
covers and candy. They went to San Francisco
and toured several universities. The C. S.F.week
was a great success which is typical of C.S. F.
Sponsor Miss Johansen at top.
Officers 'I. Teraoka, J. Hirose, D.Hir-
aoka, M. Topoozian, W. Cederquist,
Front rowg J. Teraoka, P. Sakohira, J. Hirose, J. Yamaguchi, H. Tsuboi, G. Renge. Second rowg J. Avedisian, D. Hiraoka
H. Wilson, S. Melikian, M. Shimoda, D. Asakawa. Third rowg M. Topoozian, B. Harding, V. Boornazian, W. Asakawa, S
Matoba. Fourth rowg G. Santikian, W. Cederquist, F. Takeda, R. Nikssarian, G. Shahbazian.
Front rowg S. Sherman, K. Hamp, R. Kazanjian, J. Murillo, P. Boghosian, L. Allred, L. Rodgers, J. Maciel, R. From, J, l
Marquez. Second row, L. Sierra, R. Sargenti, S. Allred, A. Topjian, K. Nakagawa, R. Stromberg, I. Hammond, R. Par-
nagian, S. Saldivar, R. Rustigian. Third rowg P. Bush, M. Jensen, G. Souza, M. Morales, J. Torres, J. Riddle, J. Fujika-
wa, D. Duenes, B. Schmall. Fourth rowg P. Sherman, K. Williams, D. Caudle, G. Raco, D. Clark, C. Ramirez, B. Coo-
lidge, J. Harris, D. Wagner, A. Derderian, J. Landrith, N. Walker.
Sweetheart Sandy Gossman rides on the FFA car in the
Fowler Fall Festival Parade. SPONSOR MT- Chapeu
The Future Farmers of America have had a successful and busy year. Club sponsor, Mr. Chapell, and
President Gary Raco have done their parts in making this possible,
Several honors were won by FFA members at the Fresno District Fair. Blue ribbons were awarded to Romeo
Sargenti, Richard From, and Brent Coolidge in the livestock division. Scotty Allred won a blue ribbon in
the Feed Steer division. The swine exhibitors, Ken Hamp, Mike Jensen, Jerry Harris, Alan Derderian, Ron
Rustigian, Gary Souza, and Eldon Sigera, received a Swine Herdsman Trophy as well as blue ribbons. Many
red and white ribbons were also won by several of the other entrees.
The FFA-FHA Sweetheart Dance and their annual trip to San Francisco's Cow Palace were the highlights of
the club's activities.
Officersi J. Harris, R. Rustigan, R, Kazanjian, R. Sargenti, D,
Caudle, S. Gossman, Sweetheart, SL G. Raco, President,
Front rowg I. Yamaguchi, E. Niksarian, J. Hirose, J. Rodriguez, A. Marquez, Y. Rodriguez, J. Lowe, S. Montgomery. Second rowgJ.
Avedisian, S. Brenner, L. Santos, S. Asakawa, E. Lowe. Third row: K. Dunham, I. Gigliotti, S. Tauiguchi. Fifth rowg M. Jameson
S. Sauermilch, C. Westrope, M. Valencia, A. Leach.
The Future I-Iomemakers of America is an organization of girls interested in homemak-
ing. Their activities this year included bake sales, participation in noontime club activi -
ties, and a concession at a basketball game. The high point of the c1ub's activities was the
Sweetheart Dance, which the FHA cosponsored with the FFA.
Officers:A. Marquez-vice-president, E. Lowe-president, K. Dunham- if
secty., S. Brenner-treasurer, J. Gigliotti-historian, S. Taniguchi-Par ,
liamentarian. Not pictured, S. Asakawa-secty. Sponsor ' Mrs. EPPGISOH
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CANDIDATES-lst rowg G. Monis, C. Raco, L. Gonzalves, J. Harris, S. Allred, R. Sargenti. 2nd rowg L. Santikian, D. Tremp
J. Landrith, D. Wagner, B. Coolidge.
Front rowg R. Pena, J. Montoya, R, Gomez, V. Figueroa, M. Hurtado, Second rowg D. Gonzales, S. Pena, M. Garcia, M.
Haro. Third rowg Sponsor-ML. Krause, L. Sigera, S. Duran, L. Rodriguez. Fourth rowg A. Rodriguez, L. Stromberg, H. Fer-
Latin-American Club had a hard time getting started this several meetings, eeneessiensv they Planned 10 have e esale
year. But once under way, the club was off to a good begin- of some sen' The elnb this Year was led ny President Henry
ning. Its purpose is to encourage the student of Mexicandes- Fernandez and SPOHSOI Mr' Krause' They hope IO have CCH-
cent to higher education. Among the c1ub's activities were nnnen success'
Officers:M. Hurtado-secty. , R. Gomez-treas. , A
Rodriguez-v. p. , H. Fernandez- pres.
Sponsor-Mr. Krause '
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Front rowg N. Walker, R. Brown, J. Square, J. Davidson, P. Acevedo, D. Holton, F, Ruzherford. Second rowg A.Rod-
riguez, S. Sherman, L. Rodgers, R. Kondo, G. Nakayama, A. Topjian. Third rowg M. Salvador, H. Malicoat, R.
Banales, R. Martin, D. Dix, J. Lambert, E, Zuniga. Fourth rowg B. Coolidge, J. Harris, J. Overholser, M. Williams,
J. Torres, B. Schmall, R. Gomez. Fifth row: D. Clark, D. Combs, D. Caudle, M. Fearnside, S. Allred, C. Ramir-
The Auto Club is a newly formed organization, sponsored
by Mr. Kleim and Mr. Morlet. The clubis members share a
common interest in cars and they work together to develop
One of their many projects was the building of a racing car
from scratch. The boys worked diligently, after school hours,
to complete this project,
The Auto Club also sponsored a dance in Januarywhich
featured fhe"Rebe1li0H"- Officers: A. Rodriguez, J. Square, I. Harris,M
Williams, J. Overholser, M. Fearnside.
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Industrious Auto Club members at work. Sponsors: Mr' Monet and Mr' Kleim'
Front row, G. Monis, B. Kondo, J.
Teraoka, J. Rodriguez, A. Marquez,
P. Sakohira, G. Miyake, T. Kato.
2nd row: D. Askov, R. Fernandez,
L. Gonzalves, J. Gigliotti, S.Asa5
kawa, S. Taniguchi, J. Sakoda, S.
Gossman, G. Raco, V. Boornazian,
3rdrowgB. Zamora, R. Rustigian,D.
Tremp, J. Magill, L. Sigera, S.
Duran, L. Stromberg, C. Ramirez,
D. l-Iiraoka, M. Jameson. 4th rowg
G. Kondo, B. Shimizu, S. Allred,
J. Woods, G. Iwamoto, M. Topoo-
zian, M. Takahashi, C. Raco, L.
Monis, J. Chavez, G. Yoshimura.
5th row, J. Marquez, R. Nikssarian,
K. Nakagawa, G. Shahbazian, A,
Brajkovich, J. Overholser, M. Mor-
ita, W. Cederquist, D. Okazaki, J.
Rodriguez, M. Shimoda.
Front row, E. Niksarian, L Taylor,
J. Avedisian, J. I-lirose, J. Yama-
guchi, E. Lehman, J. Murillo. 2nd
row:J. Tharp, M. Zamora, P.Wick-
er, S. Brenner, R. Cherry, B. Aaron-
ian, L. Santos, H. Wilson, M. Gar-
cia. 3rd rowg R. Pisor, S. Brenner,
L. Sierra, K. Bacon, L. Santikian,
V. Galvan, K. Dunham, L. Honda,
M. Sakoda, R. Garza. 4th rowg M.
Jensen, A. Derderian, K. Nakagawa,
D. Holton, G. Santikian, J. Lan-
drith, R. Kondo, G. Nakayama, R.
Mukai, B. Irrissari.
The French Club was once again one of the most active clubs this year, under the leadership
of President Mark Topoozian and sponsorMiss Kuyumjian. The club's activities included a pre-
game Turkey Dinner, the annual Christmas Dance co-sponsored with the Senior Scouts, particip-
ation in the March of Dimes program, and an International Dinner and Program. , French Club
members also went on a picnic and a snowtrip, both which proved to be very successful.
Officers-M. Zamora, E. Niksarian, R. Rustigian, R.
Nikssarian, Pres.-M. Topoozian.
Sponsor-Miss Kuyum jian.
First rowg S. Duran, J. Teraoka, J. Hirose, I. Yamaguchi, J. Rodriguez, A. Marquez, H. Tsuboi, G. Renge, D. Asakawa.
Second rowg L. Sigera, L. Monis, J. Magill, B. Zamora, S. Brenner, E. Niksarian, J. Lowe, S. Melikian, Third rowg J.
Van Gundy, B. Aaronian, D. Tremp, L. Santikian, R. Kikuta, C. Kayian, M. Jameson, B. Kondo, A. Gross. Fourth rowg
S. Allred, J. Marquez, K. Bacon, K. Dunham, C. Raco, Y. Rodriguez, M. Sakoda, L. Honda, E. Lowe, G. Yoshimura,
Fifth rowg D. Askov, B. Shimizu, G. Sumida, M. Shimoda, D. Okazaki, G. Kondo, T. Butts, M. Morita, W. Asakawa,G.
Miyake, S. Gossman, V. Boornazian.
The Spanish Club has been revised this year.
They changed the old constitution and adopted
some new rules. One change for the betteris
that freshmen are now allowed into the club,
President Shirley Melikian, along with Treasurer
Jody Van Gundy, have watched the financial
affairs closely. They sold dictionaries and then
bought a slide projector. The Spanish Club car
took first place in the Fowler Fall Festivaland
had a profit-making concession there. Besides
the Spanish Club week and ordering pins, it has l
been 3' very Successful year' Officers: J. Teraoka, Secty.g S. Melikian, Pres. : Mr. Encinas, spon
son G. Kondgl V, Pres, 5 J, Van Gundy, Treas.
The Litoria Staff, better known as Publications is designed
to show the students the design, layout , and production ofa
High School yearbook. It includes photography, and the
writing of copy. A new lookin the book this year is individ-
ual pictures of the student body, the padded cover and our
The task of getting the book to the students is not an easy
one. Working after school and on Saturdays is not unusual for
the staff. The hustle to meet the deadlines and the rush to
get pictures are all part of our work. But the end of the year
brings the fulfillment of our hopes to bring the students a book
of memories that they will cherish for many years to come.
Business Managers-D. Askov, E. Loweg Editor- S. Melikian
Melikian: Art Editor- S. Hamp,
STAFF ' Janet Magill, Susan I-lamp, Elizabeth Lowe, Irene
Taylor, Gwen Okamoto, STANDING - Larry Stromberg,Doug
Askov, Shirley Melikian.
Sponsor - Art I-lelzerg who isn't this happy!
PHOTOGRAPHERSQ G. Miyake, G. Kondo,
BUSINESS MANAGERQ P. Sakohira.
The Fowler High Journalism class is responsible for 'publishing our
school newspaper, The Redcar Review. The newspaper is published once
a month, or according to the editors, " Whenever we have enough money!"
Financing the paper has been a major problem of the Journalism class.
Although advertisements are sold and the Redcat receives money from
Student Activity Card sales, the cost of printing has risen. The Redcar
staff nevertheless managed to publish a very fine newspaper.
STAFF-Seated-A. Haro, P. Burrow, C. Schuer, C. Kayian, D. Kimura
G. Miyake. Standing-B. Kondo, P. Kelly, J. Teraoka, T. Kato,V.
Boornazian, R. Kikuta, P. Sakohira, G. Kondo, M. Fearnside, B. Rains.
TOPg Editors-R. Kikuta, and V. Boornazian
BOTTOMg Sponsor-Mr. Garofoli.
Front rowg E. Niksarian, J. Yamaguchi, J. Hirose, S. Asakawa S Melikian Second row K Bacon C Raco P Boghosian
S. Brenner, J. Gigliotti. Third rowg G. Santikian, D. Holton G Raco C Ramirez W Asakawa Fourth row G Nakaya
ma, A. Derderian, J. Landrith, R. Sargenti, K. Kramer.
The Hi 4-Hers have done it again! They started the year
off by entering their projects in the Fresno District Fair. Many
of the projects placed very high. They also had a very ex-
citing Hay Ride and a highly successful dance. Since the
4-Hers were so active, the club was always high on the inter-
Officers: E. Niksarian, J.
Yamaguchi, I. Hirose, K.
Bacon, D. Holton, G. San-
Front row, L. Honda, I. Taylor, D. Williams, K. Guerra, H. Tsuboi, S. Taniguchi, B. Honda. Second row
A. Leach, M. Sakoda, D. Asakawa, P. Sakohira, B. Kondo, J. Teraoka, Third row, K. Dunham, M. Jam-
eson, S. Brenner, T. Kato, J. Yamaguchi,
raoka, S. Melikian, P. Wicker.
S. Namba. Fourth rowg S. Ideta, R. Kikuta, C. Kayian, D. Hi-
The Senior Scouts wrapped up another successful year. This
year,under the sponsorship of Miss Alice Blayney and leadership
of Mrs. Kato, Mrs.Honda and Mrs. Namba and President Susan
Taniguchi they participated in various social and school functions.
Besides the usual cookie sales and Fowler Fall Festival entries,
they made favors and sang Christmas carols for the nursing home
and Hospital and gave welfare baskets to needy families.Also
they presented the annual Christmas Dance in conjunction with the
French Club. Inlune, the annual farewell party was held inhonor
h' res. , T. Kato-secty. Senior Scouts President Susan Taniguchi sells Mr
Officers:B. Kondo-treas., S- Tafliguc 1'P
D. Hiraoka-v. p. , K. Guerra-Song Leader.
Stromberg some delicious Girl Scout cookies.
Girls' League Officersrsecretary-B. Zamora, president-M. Santos, Vice
president'R. Kikuta, treasurer-P. Sakohira.
It has been another successful
year for the new Girls' League.All
went smoothly through the year for
the school's largest organization,
from the Big- Little Sister Tea in Oct-
ober to the highlight of the year,
Mayfair, whena new campus queen
was crowned and the new student
council was installed,
Once again the Girls' League has
come through with flying colors.
Girls' Leagues Fowler Fall Festival car entry
One of the new spring fashions. - circa 1870.
Class Representatives:Senior-S.Asakawa, Junior-T. Kato,
Front rowg S. Muldrew, H. Fernandez, J. Square, D. Prescott, A. Rodriguez, D. Okazaki, F. Takeda. Seconl row: S. Sherman ,
M. Topoozian, R. Morales, J. Harris, K. Hamp, A. Derderian, B. Shimizu, R. Taylor. Third row: R. Pena, A. Alcazar, R. Sar W
genti, R. Nikssarian, L. Stromberg, R. Banales, L. Gomez, G. Miyake. Fourth row, W. Gonzales, G. Sumida, G. Garcia, G.
Iwamoto, M. Fearnside, H. Malicoat. Back row, R. Kazanjian, J. Chavez, J. Rodriguez, C. Ramirez, G. Raco, M. Morita, S.
Allred, D. Caudle, T. Butts, D. Clark.
Fowler'sB1ockF Club, an honorary society of Varsity lettermen, has com-
pleted another busy year of activities. To join this club a boy must have a
Varsity letter in one of six sports: football, track, basketball, baseball, ten-
nis, or swimming. These boys have really worked hard and will continue to
push toward victory. To improve school spirit and also as a money-raising
activity, the lettermen sold "Fowler Redcar" sweatshirts.
man, V. P.: B. Shimizu, Secty.: D
Sponsor: Mr. Stromberg
Officers: J. Square, Pres. , S. Sher-
Prescott, Treas., G. Iwamoto, Sgt.
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'ront rowg P. Kelly, E. Aguilar, I. Vogel, S. Rodgers, J. Rodriguez, S. Montgomery, C. Pinon, M. Bernal, M. Gonzales, J. Morales. Second
owg D. Mendez, R. Gomez, B. Meek, Y. Rodriguez, J. Lowe, L. Gonzales, M. Hurtado, M. Alvarez, M. Tsuboi, R. Gomez, J. Aldape.Thir
owg M. Haro, D. Gonzales, D. Gonzales, S. Pena, V. Gonzales, D. Betancourt, M. Murrietta, S. Fernandez, A. Prieto, L. Flores, M. Gome
,. Medina. Fourth rowg N. Dias, L. Rodriguez, E. Carrasco, S. Duran, L. Sigera, R. Lopez, A. Leach, L. Martinez, G. Ramirez, E. Murriett
L. Muro, M. Banales, L. Garcia. Fifth rowg B. Harding, M. Valencia, B. Aaronian, V. Galvan, L. Santikian, C. Westrope, E. Lowe, L. Allre
4. Garcia, R. Contreras, P. Lopez, K. Tagawa, T. Moreyda, B. Banales.
This year's Rally club, under the sponsorhip of Mr. Stromberg
and Mr. Garberson proved to be the largest ever formed.
The club's main objective was to boast the morale and enthu-
siasm of the track team. It also was responsible for keeping the
statistics and point records for the track team at its various track
The club met every two weeks to discuss new track events and
plan activities for the coming week. Officers: S. Pena, Treas.g V. Gonzales, V. P.g S. ,
Montgomery, Sectyg M. Hurtado, Pres.
Sponsors-Mr. Garberson and Mr. Stromberg.
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four years, this was our only float that didn't win first place!
Junior Square, Roberta Kikuta, and Gary Raco clowned
around on our Junior Slave Day.
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Our Letter Girls led the marching Redcar Band through the parade.
The Seniors won first place in
the high school float division.
Or did they ? They're still ar-
guing with the Sophomores.
CLASS- OF 69
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"THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER"
This comedy concerns Sheridan Whiteside, a famous
lecturer played by Wayne Cederquist, who, while on a
lecture tour, falls and breaks his hip on the doorstep of
of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, played Doug As-
kov and Barbara Harding. He is confined to a wheelchair
in the Stanley home for the Christmas season.
Whiteside brings havoc upon the Stanley family and
makes life miserable for those arcund him. He even
interferes in the romantic life of his secretary, Maggie
Cutler, played by Patty Kazarian. When she falls inlove
with Bert Jefferson, a small-town newspaper man played
by Larry Stromberg, Whiteside summons Lorraine Sheldon
a famous actress played by Virginia Elm, to break up the
Whiteside's interference in the lives of those around
him results in a hilarious comedy.
Jody Van Gundy
Luncheon Guests Glenn Iwamoto, Gary Shahbazian,
A Plainclothes Man
Steve Brenner, Richard Banales
David Blayney, Richard From
Tim Butts, Glenn Iwamoto
Fumiomi Ta keda
Cast: First Row: V. Elm, P. Kazarian, V. Boornazian, D. Wilson, J. Gigliotti, P. Kelly. Second row: R. From, G. Shah-
bazian, K, Hamp, S. Guzoujian, J. Van Gundy. Third row: F. Takeda, B. Shimizu, R. Kazanjian, H. Fernandez, D,
Blayney, Fourth row: M. Topoozian, L. Stromberg, T, Butts, C. Buckman, B. Rains. Back row: D. Askov, D. Caudle, G.
Iwam oto, M. Fearnside.
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Crew: Front row: D. Asakawa, D. Esraelian, T.
Davis, R. Cherry, J. Teraoka, B. Kondo, G. Oka-
moto, E. Lowe, C. Silva. Second row: R. Kikuta,
P. Sakohira, C. Kayian, S. Brenner, L. Monis, S.
Melikian, J. Hughes, V. Gonsales. Third row: P.
Day, M, Jameson, B. Aaronian, K. Bacon, S.Hamp
V. Boornazian, E. Niksarian, M. Rivera. Fourth
row: A. Lizarraga, S. Brenner, G. Bibb, B. Shim-
izu, D. Okazaki, R. Nikssarian, G.I1'issarri. Back
row: R. Vela, E. Switzler, G. Martinez, E. Magana
J. Prieto, G. Yoshimura, D. Blayney, B. Rains.
Acevedo, Paul-34, 82, 91.
Allred, Scotty-34, 69, 93, 89, 91,
86, 92, 100, 43.
Askov, Doug-34, 84, 94, 108, 93,
Banales, Richard-34, 59, 91, 100.
Cederquist, Wayne-33, 34, 28, 84,
85, 92, 36.
Clark, Douglas-35, 59, 69, 91, 86,
Fearnside, Mike-33, 35, 59, 108, 91,
Fernandez, Henry-36, 28, 59, 80, 82,
108, 90, 100.
Garcia, George C.-36, 82, 63, 100.
Gomez, Leonard-37, 63, '78, 100.
Jones, Tim-38, 82.
Kondo, Gerald-38, 29, 66, 84, 93,
Malicoat, l-larry-39, 29, 69, 91, 100.
Miyake, Greg-39, 29, 59, 84, 93, 95,
Figueroa, Valentina-36, 80, 102,90.
Garcia, Leticia-36, 102.
Gigliotri. Jenifer-36, 96, 92.
Frisby, Cathy-36, 79, 80.
Gomez, Rosemary-37, 80, 102, 90.
Gonzales, Dianna-37, 79, 102, 90.
Gonzales, Dolores-32, 37, 102.
Gossman, Sandra-37, 80, 92, 93, 87,
Hamp, Susan-33, 37, 94, 40, 109.
Haro, Amelia-37,80,82,102,90, 95.
Harper, Brenda-37, 80.
Hernandez, Frances-37, 80, 82.
Hughey, Linda-37, 80, 78.
l-lurtado, Margaret-37, 80, 82, 102,
Ishkanian, Debbie-32, 38, 80.
Jameson, Marcia-38, 28, 84, 93, 92,
Kayian, Cheryl-38, 29, 84, 93, 95,
Kelly, Phyllis-38, 80, 102, 108, 95.
Kikuta, Roberta-38, 29, 67, 76, 84,
93, 95, 97, 36, 98, 109.
Kimura, Donna-38, 95.
Leach, Arlette-38, 102.
Lo1jy,.Elizabeth-38, 102, 94, 93, 109
Magma, Elva-39, 80, 109.
Melikian, Shirley-33, 39, 29, 66, 84,
94, 93, 85, 96, 97, 86, 111, 36, 109.
92, 35, 100.
Morita, Michael-32, 39, 59, 66, 78,
93, 92, 100.
Nunes, Theodore-40, 39.
Prescott, David-40, 59, 190.
Raco, Gary-32, 40, 29, 59, 63, 69,
96, 92, 86, 100, 87.
Rains, Boyce-40, 82, 108, 95, 109.
Ramirez, Carlos-41, 59, 96, 91, 92, 86,
Rodriguez, Alex,-32, 41, 59, 90, 91,
Sargenti, Romeo-41, 69, 89, 91, 86,
96, moo, 87.
Sauermilch, Fred-42, 79.
Shimizu, Bruce-32, 42, 59, 78, 108,
93, 92, 36, 100.
Shimoda, Martin-33, 42, 29, 69, 93,
Square, Ulyssis-42, 59, 63, 69, 93,
Stromberg, Larry-42, 29, 59, 30, 82,
108, 90, 92, 100,
Takeda, Rumi-33, 42, 59, 66, 108,
Taylor, Rex-43, 59, 100.
Wehmeyer, Terry-43, 65.
Zaragoza, Gabe-43, 65.
Estrada, Hector-35, 80, 78.
Muldrew, Stanley-59, 82, 78, 35,
Aguilar, Esmeralda-34, 102.
Alvarez, Jennie-81, 82.
Asakawa, Sharon-34, 96, 92, 98.
Boornazian, Vicki-33, 34, 108, 93,
85, 95, 92, 109.
Duran, Suzanne-33, 35, 79, 102, 93.
Elm, virginia-ss, 35, 82, 108.
Esraelian, Donna-35, 109.
Evans, Diana-35, 80,
Fernandez, Stella-36, 80, 102.
Montgomery, Shirley-33, 39, 80, 102,
Echols, Norma-35, 80, 82.
Murrietta, Ernestine-82, 32, 40, 102,
Neeley, Janie-40, 80.
Pena, Sylvia-40, 76, 79, 102, 90,
Raco Sand -32
40, 28, so, as.
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Ramirez, Gloria-41, 82, 102,
-41, 102, 90,
Sakoda. Junko-41, 92.
Sakohira, Patti-33, 41, 28, 76, 84,
85, 95, 92, 97, 35, 98, 109.
Santos, MaryLou-33, 41, 39.
Sauermilch, Carolyn-42, 80,
Schuer, Cheryl-42, 28, 95, 39.
Scoyni, Tina-42, 79.
Sigera, Frances-42, 102, 98, 90, 92.
Taniguchi, Susan-42, 66, 92.
Terry, Sharon-43, 80,
Vela, Rosa-80, 82, 109.
Westrope, Cathy-43, 102,
Wihlidal, Eva-33, 43.
Acevedo, Vicvor-80, 47.
Alcazar, Anthony-59, 47, 78, 100,
Brajkovich, Alan- 92.
Bush, Preston-47, 86,
Butts, William-59, 47, 108, 69, 93.
candle, Dwight-47, los, 69, 93.
Caudle, Dwight-47, 108, 69, 91, 86,
Chavez, Joe-59, 80, 47, 92, 100,
Coolidge, Brent-47, 91.
Elljikawa, James-47, 86,
Gonzales, Ben-47, 78.
Hamp, Ken-46, 59, 47, 108, 69, 86,
Harris, Jerry-46, 59, 47, 69, 89, 91,
86, 87, 100.
Hernandez, Joe-65, 82.
Irissarri, Gerald-47, 109.
Iwamoto, Glenn-59, 47, 108, 92, 69
Kazanjian, Rod-59, 47, 108, 86, 100
Martinez, Greg-47, 109.
McCol.rn, Kevin-47, 69.
Medina, Cirilo-47, 78.
Morales, Ernest-39, 57.
Morales, Raymohd-46, 59, 48, 69,
Nikssarian, Richard-59, 48, 85, 92,
Okazaki, David-46, 29, 84, 48, 93,
92, 100, 109.
Overholser, John-48, 91, 92.
Prieto, Joseph-82, 48, 109.
Rodriguez, Johnny-59, 80, 92, 100.
Rustigian, Ron-84, 48, 92, 86, 87.
Shahbazian, Gary-48, 108, 85, 92.
Sherman, Samuel-59, 66, 48, 91,
Souza, Gary-58, 86.
Stockstill, Tommy-48, 69.
Stromberg, Richard-59, 64, 48, 69,
Sumida, Glenn-59, 48, 78, 100.
Topoozian, Mark-46, 59, 84, 48,
108, 69, 85, 92, 100.
Torres, Joe-48, 91, 86.
Wagner, Dennis-48, 89.
Woods, Joe-48, 92.
Yoshimura, Gary-84, 48, 93, 92,
Zavala, Benny-48, 78.
Aldape, Juana-82, 102,
Alvarez, Matilda-80, 47, 102.
Asakawa, Deborah-66, 47, 93, 85,
Banales, Bertha-81, 47, 102.
Banales, Martha-81, 47, 102.
Bernal, Margie-47, 102.
Bibb, Gail-47, 109.
Davis, Terry-47, 63, 109.
Day, Patti-47, 109.
Evans, Carol-80, 47.
Flores, Linda-82, 47, 102.
Garcia, Isabel-82, 47.
Gomez, Rosalinda-47, 78, 102.
Gonsalves, Judith-47, 89, 92.
Gonzales, Valerie-82, 47, 102, 109.
Gross, Alison-76, 84, 47, 93.
Guerra, Lynda-82, 47.
Guzoujian, Susie-46, 80, 47, 108.
Hagen, Cheryl7'79, 82, 47.
Harding, Barbara-79, 47, 78, 102,
1-lelman, Danette-78, 47.
1-liraoka, Debra-76, 47, 85, 92, 97.
Hunbzr, Denise-79, 82, 47.
Kam, Tina-834, 47, 95, 92, 91, ss.
Kazarian, Patricia-76, 80, 47, 108.
Kondo, Bev-76, 84, 47, 93, 95, 92,
Lopez, Ronda-47, 102.
Marquez, Ann-47, 93, 92,
Morris, Gail-47, 89, 92.
Moreyda, Thomasita-82, 102.
Okamoto, Gwen-48, 94, 109.
Pinon, Carol-80, 48, 102,
Renge, Gail-67, 48, 85, 93.
Rodriguez, Jule-46, 93, 48, 102, 92.
Sanders, Emiajean-81, 48.
Sanders, Lorene-81, 82, 48.
Santos, Teresa-46, 48.
Teraoka, Janet-66, 76, 93, 84, 85,
Tidwell, Janice-Bl, 48.
Tsuboi, Helen-67, 48, 85.
vansundy, Jody-48, 108, 69, 93.
Veach, Carol-48, 63.
Villa, Betty-82, 48.
Wilson, Dianne-48, 108.
Zamora, Barbara-76, 48, 69, 92, 98
Garza, Mary E. '
Alcazar, Victor-60, 50, 78.
Almaraz, Mario-50, 78.
Boghosian, Philip-50, 96, 86.
Brown, Ronald-60, 50, 93, '72,
Burrell, Benny-80, 50
Combs, Deen-64, 50, 91.
Coolidge, William-49, 60, 59, 89,
Davidson, Jerry-60, 50, 93.
Davis, Alan-64, 80, 82, 50, 78.
Derderian, Alan-59, 50, 72, 96, 92.
Dondlinger, Greg-60, 50, 72.
Falcon, Erasmo-60, 50.
Fearnside, Bill-60, 50.
Fernandez, Richard-60, 64, 50, 72,
Garza, Rudy-64, 65, 50, 92.
Gonzales, Frank-50, 78, 72.
Holton, David-64, 50, 91, 96,92.
Jackson, Dwane-59, 50.
Jeffreys, Forrest-59, 50.
Jensen, Michael-60, 50, 92, 86.
Kondo, Ross-60, 64, 67, 50, 91, 96,
Kramer, Alan-50, 96.
Landrith, Jim-49, 59, 64. 51, 69,
89, 96, 92, 86.
Lucero, Alfred-65, 51.
Martinez, Tony-51, 78.
Maroba, Sammuel-67, 51, 85.
McCol.m, Mike-51, 69.
Mukai, Ronnie-51, 92.
Muro, John-51, 78.
Nakamura, Doug-49, 51.
Nakayama, Gerald-67, 51,91, 96,95
Nunes, Victor-60, 51.
Pena, Reginaldo-65, 51, 78, 90,100.
Pisor, Roscoe-51, 92.
Rodgers, Larry-60, 51, 91, 72, 86,
Rolon, Carlos-82, 51.
Santikian, George-60, 51, 96, 92,
Schmall, Bob-51, 91, 86.
Takahashi, Matthew-60, 51, 72,92,
Topjian, Aram-51, 91, 72, 86.
Williams, Kenneth-64, 80, 82, 51,
Williams, Michael-49, 29, 51, 91.
Zuniga, Eloy-60, 91.
Asakawa, Wesley-50, 78, 93, 85.
Avedisian, Joan-66, 50, 85, 92.
Bacon, Karen-50, 93, 92, 96.
Betanoourt, Darlene-79, 80, 50,102.
Brenner, Susan-67, 50, 93, 96, 97,
Burrell, Elizabeth-82, 50,
Cherry, Rhonda-5o, 78, 92, 109,
Davis, Donna- 79, 50.
Diaz, Nellie-79, 82, 102.
Dunham, Kathy-50, 93, 97, 92.
Garcia, Maria-50, 102, 92.
Gomez, Margie-50, 102, 90.
Guerra, Katherine-50, 97.
Hernandez, Maria-82, 50.
Hernandez, Mary-82, 50.
Hirose, Julie-49, 76, 50, 93, 85,
Honda, Lynn-50, 78, 93, 97, 92,
Hurtado, Stella-81, 82, 50.
Lehmann, Ellen-79, 51, 78, 92.
Licon, Corrine-82, 51.
Lopez, Ida-32, 51.
Lowe, Joan-51, 102, 93,
Lucero, Juana-51, 75.
Magill, Jackie-49, 51, 93,92.
Medina, Louise-56, 102.
Meek, Brenda-79, 82, 51, 102,
Mendez, Diana-81, 102
Monis, Linda-51, 93, 92, 109.
Morales, Julie-82, 51, 102,
Niksarian, Elaine-76, 51, 93, 96, 92,
Raco, Cathy-89, 92, 49, 51, 93.
Rangel, Alice-82, 51.
Sakoda, Mari-51, 78, 93, 92, 97.
Santos, Linda-76, 51, 92,
Taylor, Irene-51, 94, 92.
Tremp, Debbie-51, 93, 89, 92,
Duenas, David- 64, 86
Figueroa, Raul-82, 53
Fitzpatric, Scot:64, 53, 78
From, Richard-53,l08, 86
Garcia, George- 53
Giger, Amen- 53
Hammond,David-52, 60, 64,78
Hashimoto, Ken- 53, 78
Helman, Dan-53, 72
Ludrke, wiuy- 64.
Marquez,John- 60, 64, 54, 93, 72, 92
Martin, Rudy, -54, 78.
Miller, Darryl- 64, 54, 78, 72,
Monis , Richard-64, 54.
Montoya , Sisto- 54.
Morales, Alex-64, 54, 78.
Murillo, Joel- 52, 54, 92, 86.
Murrietta, Marion-29, 52, 64, 54.
Murrietta, Miker60, 64, 54.
Nakagawa, Kerry-60 , 54, 72, 92, 86
Okarnoto, James- 54, 78.
Parna gian,Randy- 54, 86.
Perez, Hector - 54.
Riddle, Jess-54, 86.
Alatorte , Stella:
Allred, Laurie-52, 53, 102, 86.
Avila, Christina-81, 53.
Burrell, Brenall-82, 53.
Centeno, Yolanda-82, 53.
Contreras, Otilia-81, 53,
Contferas, Ruby-52, 53, 102,
Corrales, Yvonne-81, 53.
Danner, Bertha-81, 53.
Deatherage, Maxine-82, 53.
Fearnside, Jill,- 53.
Galvan, Virginia-82, 102, 92,
Gomez, Loretta-81, 53, 78.
Gonzales, Lilia-53, 78, 102.
Gonzales, Martha-81, 53, 102,
Guzman, Margaret-82, 53.
Tsuboi, Margo-51, 102.
Vogel, Ida-82, 51, 102
Wicker, Pamela-51, 97, 92,
Wilson, Helen-51, 78.
Yamaguchi, Joan-51, 85, 96, 97, 92,96.
Zamora, Marlene-49, 79, 51, 78
Acevedo, IOe-82, 53.
Aguilar, Jake- 60, 53, 78.
Allen, Charles-53, 78, 72,
Alvarez, Miguel-64, 82, 53, 78.
Benavidez, Guadalupe-53, '78.
Blayney, Dave- 60, 53, 78, 108.
Brenner, Steve- 53, 78, 92.
Buckman, Clifford- 60, 64, 53, 78, 109
Bue, Dale-53 , 72
Cook, Phillips- 53
Davis, Fred-60 , 64, 53
Saldivar, Manuel-54, 91.
Sherman, Peter- 64, 54, 78, 86.
Sierra, Lionel-54, 92,86.
Stuchey, Gary-64, 54,
Sumida, Leslie- 64, 54, 78, 72.
Switzler, Eddie- 64, 54.
Tharp, Jeff-54, 72, 92.
Walker, Nathaniel-64, 67, 54,
Wicker, Terry-64, 54.
Yosako, Ben-64, 54, 78, 72.
Whisehut, Robert-64, 72.
Aaronian, Beverly-82, 53, 102
93, 92. 109, '
Honda, Becky-53, 78, 97.
Hughes, Brenda-81, 53.
Hughes, Jean-53, 109.
Ideta, Sharon-53, 78, 97.
Jones, Pauletta-81, 53.
Lopez, Palmira-54, 102,
Lucero, Carmelita-54, 78.
Martinez, Lupe-82, 54, 102,
Mixon, Donna-52, 54.
Murrieta, Marilyn-54, 78, 102.
Namba, Sharon-54, 78, 97,
Prieto, Althea-82, -54, 102.
Rivera, Mary-54, 109.
Rodgers,Sharon-52, 82, 54.
Santikian,Lynn-52, 54, 102, 9
Tagawa, Kathy-54, 102.
Warren, Ellena-81, 54.
Muro, Rosie-54, 102.
Serrato, Elena-81, 54.
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