Fresno High School - Owl Yearbook (Fresno, CA)

 - Class of 1956

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Even though We are not entirely f y, - aware oi its rhythms and tempos, We respond in- EA V Q, WX , voluntarily to music and We have responded to it as a background for all our activities in high school - at dances, at games, in assemblies and in class- Uu V tWW,Wg rooms. And so our happy year at Fresno High has M Jn been set to music in this, our l956 Owl. lP 'W fi is r PAT SCRIBNER Bm? , Aff 90 X7 Editor . 5? Q91 ff " f?QVy , - 9 ' NX ybfvf- ,g i 72 7 Li N if Z , , V , ,Z 7 X . X. ferigf , 2 21225 ffm' 1 M N'tMwQ.F Wgillw DEDicATioNl?Q2smwk iw' r A Fw W, , 'Www Fgi ff 9. G ' V f intro liltvyittttt fnylyrx g, i EM 5 st K xr 2 xQ N gg it ri TCD MICHAEL THAYER V ,f Whose love oi music has been an inspiration to all ot! us at Fresno High, i Whose Work with the Choraleers has brought statewide recog- nition to Fresno High School, ' Whose untailing interest and understanding as an adviser have made him a good friend to all ot us - We, the students ot Fresno High, gratefully dedicate this book to you, uUncle Mike," tor making good music a real part ot our lives at Fresno High School. i 1 ,,.g-gp--qu-- EDWIN C, KRATT ERWIN A. DANN I, C. TROMBETTA Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent RRESNG CITY SCHCC ADMINISTR TIC LAWRENCE TODHUNTER Assistant Superintendent BOARD OE EDUCATION Dean Iarnes M. Malloch, Margaret R. Robinson, Arthur L. Selland, president, George VV. Turner, Geraldine R. Vlheeler. .......---,pq .....-iq., ---nmq ...-- 'X' PARB T TEA HBR ASSN. BOOSTEIRS CLUB Throughout the year the P.T'.A. and Boosters' club hold rnany events. Included in these are the P.T.A. sponsored Back to School Night, card party, College Night, Senior Tea, annual dance, and joint board dinner With Roosevelt High School. The Boosters back the school by arranging student trans- portation to school affairs, sponsoring Teepee Talent, and hosting the football banquet. A revolving Welfare fund for the school was initiated this year. Paul Mosesian receives an award at the annual affair honoring Warrior gridmen. P.T.A. OFFICERS Mrs. Dudley Haverty, Mrs. Ray E. Baird, Mrs. L. G. Kohler, Mrs. Bert Richmond, Mrs, less Barnett, president. BOOSTER OFFICERS Fred Markarian, Bill Barr, Art Astone, president, Iohn Wiedrnan. Chuck Taylor, Stanford football coach, is a guest speaker at the football banquet, sponsored ' by the Boosters. Qf' fx! IA CK E MULKEY prir1c1porl FRANK GONDER senior boys' counselor BERNICE OLNEY senior girls' counselor ARNOLD BLESSE junior boys' counselor Q E a -., f . gl W W ar ,154 'Hy' Jj 1 1 K Rial!- I. an fl ' n' ' X l fflfwflx X' 1 - K ' UD P' U PQ . xx r I ADMI 1 TRA , 1 's ,Mg l .J K xp V fg' A . A My . ' l ' lisa yfvwll' L' 1 il. D551 . H ZEL T CKER HRW 322 RICHARD NEAL R .W D fG'1 9 . N D fB ' 5 eotn o rr s Q ectn o oys V V! 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K ...Z , k' ge R+- Q IQ.,-1. gc, 2 s W z Z ,. k 2 9 2 v 2 .nv-geek' 'N 'X ,xx 3 X mmf .1 5 W, ff2i+'i,q5g?,"'9' +11 ,K A' '?""'.-1 ,,,, 541- 3 I Q - ff 6' . W , V. px M. '?r1g'f':-a L ru' f Ulf' ' ff guy ff! rf X .4-yvq, ,S Qt - Q X fyafjffi - V 412 X 4?""""'N, ,K 33 A YW' xx H .-1 ,M sw! -if 3 5 i SEN ICRS WITHGUT Norman Bazuik Donald Bush Larry Campbell lohn Coffman Robert Cooper Alexander Delsid Stanley Dyer David Epps William Ergo Deanna Friend Lynn Gilles Daniel Green lack Greenleaf Charles Howell William lohnson Lance Lackey Alexander LeyChong Howard Locke Barbara Martin Stanley Mollison Gerald Nettleton Anthony Perales William Reynolds Don Roberts Robert Sasso Phillip Schneider SERVICE E WINNERS PlCTURES lohn Selder Robert Smith Robert Steinman Ronald Sumner Lawrence Tavarez Ronald Thompson Nancy Tipton David Ursenbach Lawrence Walker Lillian Ward Thomas White Iohn Weaver Fred Weidman The Service F is the highest school service award that a student may attain. A total of 140 points, the amount necessary for the award, may be accumu- lated by holding a class, student body, or club office, by being a club, com- mitttee, or class or student body ex-committee member, and by serving the school in numerous ways. Front-Arnold Iohansen, Iudy Knapp, Paul Mosesian, Al Lanfranco. Back: Ierry Laval, lohn Tinker, Phil Ross ERVICE F WINNER Carol Marler, Deanna Ball, Daleene Tueller, Ian Mitchell Tom Barr, Maurice LeBlanc, Tom Templeton, Rod Adams ,M jf 'f fi I 1, If :1 f? fi ff 51 Denis Cromarty, Pat Scribner, Gary Rushing Darlene Trafican, Myrna Long, Ieannine De Matteis si W? ., ,""XQ 1 ' an """' f 4,.,k ,Q N ,M A Q -u -2' zsiir-,..3 . .,.-.E-W vig., ff..- r 1 , ! 'H 1" , X , . sl, it5"i'I1gt1 Iuniors buy tickets for "Arsenic A cmd Old Lace." CLASS OE 195 MARIORIE I-IANSEN WILLIAM ANDERSON SpOI'1SOI'S F Iunior ex-committee in action. FALL OFFICERS Gay Inaba, Bob Strong, president, Iudy Hughes, Don McKi11op, Iudy Martin. ,tw 5:1525 ' Are the props com- mittee taking some of their own medi- Cine? SPRING OFFICERS Valerie Anderson, Don McKiIIop, president, Ken Scott, Ann Lagerquist Linda Cramer, Io SIocum. 2 'qs r .wx M, First row: Sandy Geninrell, Anna Fried, Deanna Wakida, Donna Shearer, loAnn Epps, Irene Brietigan, Ann Zelhart, Ioyce Boghosian, ludy Martin. Second row: Carlee Forsrnan, lean Wilder, Nona Thuesen, Marilyn Fries, Carol Ogburn, Alice Grusdat, Kathryn Turner, Bob Branson, Billy Spencer. Third row: Iohn Bazuik, Don Laugh- lin, Bob Couly, Neil Stockton, Charles Alstrom, Don Chalfin, David Booth, Torn Burkman, Daryl Busiclc. 'S I I First Row: Babette Pierce, Toni Keirnele, Angela Petropulos, Barbie McMurtry, La Verne Babbett, ludi Hoyer, Nancy Nixon, Betty Ruth Ross, Donna Hawkinberry. Second row: Doug Yoshida, Douglas Fife, Carolyn Iacob- sen, Iudy Wilson, Kathleen Rogness, Vivian Bonillas, Kathleen MacDonald, Charles Aclanalian. Third row: Ray 1 Wayte, Richard Gunner, Dick Nance, Tony Turner, Richard Poulter, Phil Sachs, Bob Strong, Iohn Schrieber. in 'UV W, I M SYN:-fi ,X , S, fexf First row: Sue Brown, loan Mathias, Iudy Frigulti, Valerie Anderson, Ioyce Pearson, Marcia Cooper, Blanche Larson, Susan Hill, Carlene Fanucchi, Mary Hacherian. Second row: Pat Civiello, lim Kufis, Marsha Nettleton, Toni Greene, Brenda Barnard, loanne lackson, Dick Shore, Dave Bern, Ronald Griffin, Third row: Tony Taylor, l-lerb Franke, Pete Ghormley, Keith Bush, Douglas Hayes, Randall Warren, Richard Linder, Bill Dale, Tom Thompson. .ii 94? MRM' First row: Edith Neideiter, Elaine Benjamin, Mary Fennacy, Barbara King, Vfanda Allen, Billie North, Carole Hopkins, Viola Martinez, Iackie Breckenridge, Carol Lee, Lynn Swett. Second row: Charles Tones, Carleton Duncan, Linda Cacldell, Linda Berkholtz, Ann Lagerquist, Ianice Wheat, Beverlee Buchanan, Shirley Acosta, Billie lane Hand, loyce Neilsen, Nancy Quinlan, lim Kleinschmidt. Third row: Tommy Vonah, lohn Alexander, Vernon Bonner, Philip Tews, Eugene Williams, Glen McAllister, Norman Fry, Bobby Gann, Brian Hoyt, Don Hyberg, Richard Schmidt, Ken Davis. Fourth row: Kent Kennedy, Bill Holbrook, Bob Lee, Charles Ashford. 5 5 Q 2 9 5 E 2 fi First row: Marilyn Silva, Claudia Andresen, losephine Slocum, Carolyn Millsap, Betty Young, Mary Ann Caglao, Marlynda Martinez, Betty Martin, Audry Iordan. Second row: Dennis Newman, Pat Balchuck, Barbara Beagles, Lynn Broadwell, Charolette Purcell, Wally Upton, lohn Baird, Iames Maxwell. Third row: Dennis Metzler, Louie Caglia, lohn Kell, Larry Farrell, Wayne Reinhardt, Ronald Nichols, lack Hightower, Bob Stancofi. f,,4Wy,4w First row: Leslie Livingstone, Mary Ann Zetz, Marlene Malan, Elaine Parnagian, Irene Carey, Linda Schollenbar- ger, Iudy Hughes, Susanna Perry, Ann Alford, Susie Laurie, Kay Alexander. Second row: lack Brown, Lee Grei- ner, Gary Cooper, Bob Rathbone, Tom Knapp, Phil Darter, Cecil Vincent, Steve Mosqueda, Stan Lowell, Frances Farina, loan Seltzer, Brenda Gaddis, Iudy Ebert. Third row: Marilyn Gerodo, Monty Martz, Richard Snow, Carl West, Don Nowell, Ron Nowell, lim Seago, Ierry Tashjian, Bob Franlob, Mike Noakes. First row: Elanore Kovacik, Susan Chandler, Betty Cromwell, Billie Sue Conklin, Freeda Cassidy, Margaret Gosset, Second row: Dave Schmidt, Iohn Lopez, Ioby Hadsall, Iohn Kohl, David Estermann, Ralph Garfunkel, Dwaine lglazel, Phil Carpenter. Third row: ilwack Biehl, Ierry Meyer, Fred Ray, lohn Sanders, Dick Pelton, Don Willingham, ichard Foss, First row: Barbara Magarian, Betty Sue Bensley, Rita Mollison, Gloria Driggs, Gayle Duncan, Ioanne Carsten, Diana Mae Rose, Phyllis Boyd, lean Underwood. Second row: Tanya Matchniff, Harriett Doolittle, Phyllis Chris- tian, Ieff Fergerson, Iohn Adams, Melvin Laikam, Barbara Mealer, Howard Gaynor, Sandy Neff. Third row: Buss Helm, Ieff Beaubier, Charlie Fairfield, Paul Wrigglesworth, Iames Main, Bobby Waldron, Iohn Shehadey, Claude Rowe, Duane Bray. ""NX!f" 'X ,...-uvw- M 21.29 """ First row: Dennis Weil, Iudy Rimmer, Gwen Rogers, lean Ellen Cohan, Doris Talley, Betty Ann Iones, Donna Rinquest, Linda Wang, Iackie Mader, Sandy Surfied, Bob Hansen. Second row: Ruben Candolario, Charlene Shouse, Brada McCormick, Adele Bridge, Donna Needham, Ian Bosteder, Sandy Carter, Annette Goerlich, Susan Verble, Neal Crawford. Third row: Bill Tuck, Allen Swanson, Norman Coats, Darrell Le Moss, Wilbur Truelove, Calvin Coley, Mike Urrizola, Dave Ehlers, Bill Warren, Rocco Argyilon. First row: Wilma Bacon, Billie lo Evans, Virginia Adame, Gay lnaba, Brenda Iohnston, Madeline Starkey, Nan- ette Hetherington, Phyllis Shaffer, Marilynn Kellogg, Kay Stewart, Lois Kilbert, Second row: Roy Savage, Patricia Horn, Elinor Ferry, Barbara Hartwig, Nadine Grace, ludy Hegarty, Peggy Levora, Carolyn Hedrick, Donna Lauder, lanice Heye, Tom Knapp. Third row: David Galdrikian, Ierry Schnabel Bill Price, Russell Campbell, Mike Duncan, Bill Lamb, Dan Baker, Iohn Chapman, lohn Henrickson, Craig Dave Rogers. itz, First row: Sayeko Yagura, Karen Arnold, Dianna Kemp, Sallie Lopez, Marilyn Boyd, Anita Adams, Anna Kinoian, Carolyn Silva, lo Anne Iones, lean Stark. Second row: Roberta Payne, Lucian Lindsay, Floyd Workmon, Ruth Thomas, Marge Guerry, Ardell High, Sue Yamen, Clyde Brough, Bobby Hendrix, Thomas Sherman. Third row: Gary Becker, Roger Nuttall, Roy Abel, Conrad Sanborn, Steven lensen, Bob Bolton, Bon Worthley, Larry lockers, Bob Wulff, Gilbert Martinez, ' ' " ",,f"' First row: Dennis Manning, Veloyce Rowe, ludy McCraine, Carolyn Gordon, Alyce Kaye Moffett, Mary Ann Schafer, Molly Farris, Darlene Wimer, Bonnie Tippett, Allie Ochinero. Second row: Ken Reed, Donn Eaton, Deanna Miller, Georgetta Hart, Nancy Mott, Marilyn Wheeler, Howard Carder, lerry lackson, Richard Sessions, Harvey Peterson. Third row: Doug Knight, Haigy Sarabian, Bob Gorsage, lim McLean, Denby lones, Kirk Ellis, Clyde Brough. -4. ,M x,.a'hX X ff 4 f 4 4, , , , " 5" ,+,g4:ilrn..,, if - , X, ,us.mc.f 5 A17 4'-gy First row: Wanda Bridgrnan, Coletta Crandall, Ann Crawford, Marilyn Bissell, Karlyn Ayers, Mary Lllen Moreno, Esther Powers, Helen Livingston, Iudy Wise. Second row: Dan Klotz, Bill Cook, loe Greco, Carla Hubbard, Connie 1 Byers, Ruth McMonagle, Linda Fuller, Fred Rowley, Herb Morrison. Third row: Ron Richards, Richard Mehelic, Frank Rankin, Russel Haney, Stan Clough, Doug Bengel, Paul Anderson, Rodney Conti, Fernie Espinosa. l I4 ,si First row: ludy Baker, Darlene Srnith, Linda Cramer, Linda Hinkle, Linda Iacobs, Carol Hawkins, Pat Alexander, Ruth Fair, Susie Byrd, Marie Peters, Second row: foe Sanders, lim Santos, Richard Robinson, George Violette, lohn Bremner, Kay Butcher, Carol Newrnann, Lyn Maher, Sandy Nylander, Sallie Barents. Third row: Ierry 1 Schillings, Larry Miller, Norvel Sirnrns, Harold Woodward, Monty Bischel, Ierry Ehrlich, lim McKelvey, Les Lusk, Aldo Marciochi, '-I 1 K' i U ,gif ii 'V P X x, , , .-, - First row: Mary Rylant, Dolores Spence, Nancy Schader, Sue Goodwin, Sue Crarirrier, ludy Angelo, Lcurcl Kay, Laura Wayinan, Charlene Smith, Second row: Kendall Walton, Merle Louise Sons, Peggy Porter, Peggy Chinn, Wanda Shaw, Carol Seaver, loan McHenry, Clarita lordan, Louis Kish, Ierry Britch. Third row: Don Boulden, Kent Edwards, Walt McBride, Ed Rush, Don Barker, Ken Hopper, Pete Mehas, Bill Mortland, lim Renning, First row: Sally Miles, loyce Martell, Lela lester, Marlene Mahlow, Carol Gregg, Iudy Hill, Betty Vega, ludy Dauer, Octavia Reid, Annabelle Fairall, Mary Awtrey. Second row: Paul Myers, Russ Foote, Charlanne Gorham, leri- ann Tenscher, Pat Elliott, llene Epperson, Annilee Erickson, Kathleen Herbert, Bill Bixman, Bill Maetinusen. Third row: Fred Fowler, Gene Spencer, Ronnie Bangs, loe Barbano, Bill Brunton, Tom Hebert, Andy Prisco, gal1ih1Griebel, Don McGugin. Fourth row: Andy Powers, Tim Dickey, David Wamhof, Larry Beagle, Ronnie uc a ew. First row: Ramona Garcia, Myra lvans, Betty Fowler, Daisy Morgenstern, Gloria Guzzo, lackie Haworth, Arlene Petty, Wanda Demler, Clemencia Torres. Second row: Karen Allen, Phyllis Anderson, Ian Dallas, Sallie King, Marg Taylor, Chris Berglund, Virginia McMath, Lois Cixton, Mike Grattius, Ken Browning. Third row: Robert Lillian, Bob Ahrens, Tom Liggett, Bob Moseley, Don Wamhof, Marty Kaufman, Bob lones, I. Dee Sherrer, Ray Harwell. First row: Iackie Simmons, Arlona Mueller, Deanna Howe, Marilyn Turner, Helen Nicholson, Catherine Kemplin, Marjorie Farrens, Lorna Royer, Carol Tripple, lohanna Ross. Second row: Tim Stringer, Phil Farino, Varis Lam- berts, Barbara Diebert, Terri Hirt, Frances Yeazell, Crystal Ward, Gene Appleby, less Lujan, Scott Govett. Third row: Tom Gileo, Leonard Kaiser, Bruce Howison, lim Trent, lim Vagim, Les Palvado, Dan Logan, Robert Bixman, Iim Hamm. i we v 1 ,Wg ly First row: lanel Giiiord, lanet Applegate, Coral Metz, Iohnie Mae-Guillary, Loretta Brown, Peggy May, Connie Lou Mehling, Roberta Mitchell, Evelyn Bushey. Second row: Gaylene George, lim Nelson, Mike Hanley, Ioan Silence, Pat Silkwood, Carolyn Warner, Sue O'Banion, Roy Giles, Don Good, Barbara Alavezos. Third row: Bob Williamson, lerry Lewis, Dick Mills, Roger Winans, Eric Gregg, Allen Martin, lohn Adams, Frank Floyd. Iuniors enjoy some refreshments between classes. mi , H W Members oi the publicity committee put up play posters. The class of l957 prepares for a dance FALL OFFICERS Seated: Linda Weems, Sally Andrews, Pat Scheidt, Lynn Darby. Standing: Gary Gustanian, presidentg Wayne Palmer, CLASS QF 1958 IVERNE PALMER IOI-IN Sl-llVE sponsors ' Heel and toe, and around they go! These sophomores presented a dance n u m lo e r at the class assembly. SPRING OFFICERS A solo adds a musical note to the Front: Linda Parker, Iudy Keim. Middle: Pat Scheidt, Donna Sophomore Assembly. Pedroncelli. Back: Phil Austin, presidentg Bolo Calderwood. Ma L .rt :Aw-W ! --ng, lean Schilling, Vera Stanovich, Ann Willeford, Diane Dick Saaf, lohn Fritz, Ken Weiser, Steve Brooks, Ursenbach. Third row: Iohn Stillman, Darrel McFar- Alvin Hargis, Bob Knatt, Doane Myers, Henry Seib. Stewert, Harold Zahlis, Charles Goodrich, First row: Milton Reimer, Fred Frantz, Deborah Gonsalves, Fleming, Bill Carstens, lerry Pino. Second row: left Harkin, lirn Shields, Ken Nikaido, Lonnie Phelps, lim Reiiert, Bruce land, Larry Cross, David Lemon, Darryl Moore, Don Fisher, Fourth row: Merle Inman, Roy Havenhill, Ed Newton, Roger First row: Maita lacobsen, Karen Hyberg, lulie Eten, Pat Lombardi, Ianice Kellog, Deanna Luca, Doris Campise, Linda Gamlin, Sallie Howell, Susan Schoenburg. Second row: Ann Boradori, Gayle Dervishian, Bonnie Ross, Ianice Payne, Gary Harman, Doug Walberg, Gerald McPherson, Gary Gostanian, Charles Harmon, Third row: Iim Monteverde, Bruce Haney, Tirn Hurd, Gary McPike, Mike Harding, Gary Kizer, Doug McSweyn, Lee Billig- meir, First row: Ianet Zetz, Virginia Bitters, Glennice McFarland, Ruby Peacock, Marilyn Bergander, Cynthia Law- rence, ludy Owens, Lucille Farina, Io Sherman, Betty Me-isner. Second row: Mike Brown, larnes Bullock, Iames Morgan, Rose Marie Barrett, Susan Sharp, ianeen Koch, Carmen Bunch, Myra Cowles, Bob Calderwood, Ron Beust. Third row: Don Reynolds, George Gorham, Ron Shofner, Gary Cooke, Charles Bird, Larry Schiller, Robert Morrow, Glenn Schmidt, Richard Poznoif, 0 I. First row: Barbara Warrington, Carol Harvey, Sharon Anderson, Lupe Martinez, Gisele Boroyan, Merieda Pran- ger, Ardith Henderson, Patsy Merris, Connie Spencer, Kathleen Field. Second row: Hal Bailer, Donna Lakin, Sharon Miller, Barbara Campbell, Marlene Gilleland, lo Ann D'Arnbrosia, Yvonne Mason, Patricia Paquet, Vir- ginia Waldron, Buddy Arakelian. Third row: David Randall, Eddie Stanton, Larry Evans, Rodney Esser, Ronald Rasrnussen, Chester Fortner, Iirn Albracht, Dean Reynolds, Clarence Hunt, Charles Polley, First row: Vic Manzullo, Bobbie lones, Gloria Rowe, Sharon Tranberg, Shirley Poarch, Georgia Paponicoleon, Marcia Porter, Melinda Whyte, Yvonne Shekoyan. Don Mossette. Second row: lirn Bennett, lerry Gaynor, Marie Craig, Donna Chadwell, Sally Andrews, Diane McCloskey, Gretchen Gonser, Linda Marchant, Tarnara Ashby, Yvonne Wilson, Richard La Rue, Ken lohnson, Third row: Gary Hill, Thomas Garr, Dennis McCauley, Galen Harvey, Bill Harris, Paul Holsinger, Dave Dearing, Tom McCorrnick, Kenneth Gipe, lim Sorensen. First row: Peggy Woodruff, Kathy Moreno, Carol Claspill, loan Alexander, Pat De Gallery, Diane Dornan, Ronda Lobo, Rosemary Sexton, Mitsuko Fujiwara, Frances Burkholder, ludie Robinson. Second row: Connie Horton, Pat Patterson, Barbara Wilkinson, Iudy Sturgis, Linda Wagner, Clara Erickson, Bill Bence, Richard Dillon, Iohn McCubbin, Charles Mosesian. Third row: Tom David, Gary Miner, Bob Corker, Tim Daniels, David Daggs, Mike Spolini, Ray Beach, Glenn Beshears, Dick Baskin, Richard Crowston. First row: Thea Siria, Tarnra Koerner, Arlene Paloutzian, Donna Farris, Betty Melcher, ludy Headlee, leanette Gerdodia n, Carol Walls, Sally Cranrrier, Gloria Revilla. Second row: Bill Becker, Eugene' Ohrnan, Allen Cornell, Ianita Lewis, Merilou Parker, Linda Parker, Leland Stephenson, Ioe Russell, Carson Mar. Third row: Chuck Rubey, Randall Scott, Oscar Pavelich, Douglas Nowell, Lynn Rube, Greg Wayte, Robert Phelan, Richard Phelan, Robert Reiter, Richard Reiter. First row: Cecelia Urrutia, Mary Calabrese, Myrna Chase, Kay Saunders, Dalynn Russell, Anita Oliver, Sharon Hollis, Gloria Goodman, lanis Potere. Second row: lvar Hoffman, Dale Zanovich, Leslie Waight, Mary Gendusa, Sandy M arsh, Peggy Duggan, Mildred Badiali, Marie Atkinson, Wayne Cloyd, Bruce Brownlow, Third row: Doug Van Tassel, Wayne Lew, Lonnie Martz, lon Iohnson, Iahn Kemp, Frank Markarian, lohnny Baldari, Raymond Maxwell, Dennis Libby, Allan Cates, Iustin Corbo. Z First row: Ochinero, Kenipt, G Chuck W Chapman I Z Z 2 Dennis Flerning, Vernie Morison, lanice Mathews, Roberta Barchelor, Elizabeth Quercia, Charlene ludy lohansen, Sharill Sidwell, lackie Chiprnan, Richard Martin. Second rowf Charlyn Mitchell, ludy arilee Schneider, Lonna Enos, Sandy Vukovich, Pat Rossi, Ginger Ray, Barbara Nalbanian, Rita Comeau, right. Third row: Albert Vargas, Gary French, Phil Maytorena, Bruce Carnbern, Peter Carruth, Wayne , Don Yearnan, Richard Wagner, Albert Vitucci,lirr1 Snyder. First row: Bill Reeve Alvera De Mera Charladine Allen Barbara Bellows Lethe Gamlin Maril n Hare Karen , , , , I Y , lblgghes, Sherry Morris, Lloyd Repp. Second row: William Doyle, Pat Feliz. lanet Mayne, Bonnie Ross, -Liz Talcacs arles Enos, Tom Haverty, Third row. Mike Lambert, Ralph Genito, Richard Wardlaw, Marshall Higgins, Ronald Beyer, Richard Railey. First row: ludy Keim, Pat Schneider, Gloria Olea, Iudy Erdman, Rosalie Harper, Lenetta Fries, Mary Hanson, Barbara Baten, Sue Wristen, Catherine Copp. Second row: Bob Maule, Gene Roy, lohn Russell, Geneva Ray, Rose Ponshock, ludith Rasi, Cheryl Linxwiller, Cleo Mayfield, Bob Mattos, Virgil Dunkin, Kenneth Rose Third row: Tom Maule, Bob McKee, Thomas Iohnson, Barry Massirio, Rodger Dunham, Arthur Dunn, Fred Rylee, Har- old Haines, ludith Manoogian. First row: Fern Swindell, Eileen Decker, Patricia Clark, Delwynne Skotland, loy Walter, Sandra Baldridge, Marcia Kirkwood, loyce Sheppard, Priscilla Cupp, Andrea Littick. Second row: Larry Nehring, Harvey Pyle, Eric Radanovich, Mary Farris, Marlene Heizenrader, Vicki Kwachak, Ioan Gomez, Bruce Barnett, Tom Baird, Iimmy Roberts. Third row: Ronnie Craven, Rollin Scott, Martin Moreno, Dick Ballow, Ronald Mullins, lohn Lawrence, Bill Randolph, Dewayne Woodward, Murray Richtel. First row: Dorothy Reynolds, Shirley Smith, Wynona Wilhelm, Anna Hunsaker, Sue Martin, Wanda Wilhelm, Bonita Martin, Sue Daniel, Lola Weaver, Wanda Bound. Second row: Lee Roy Stevens, Ronald Tatum, Dale Traylor, ludie Parker, lane Findley, Pat Stark, Ken Hatch, Ross Cariaga, Ronald Tickel. Third row: Fred Sho- walter, Iames Aynesworth, Bob Baker, lim Bailey, Hubert Burshers, Chuck Tingey, David Gleim. First row: Helen Nordman, Imogene Iohnson, Phyllis Yee, Francis Smith, Carol Vann, Edith Browning, lanice Bandoni, Mary Ruggieri, Grace Masuda, Pat Meadors, Diane lones. Second row: Lawrence Leos, Richard Loya, Elsie Mosely, Iody Cruse, Pat Wyatt, Sandra Burger, Barbara Chrisman, Alexis Szechanyi, Rodney Kra- mer, Paul Knee, Norman MacDonald. Third row: Bob Cutler, Dennis Lyall, Tom Snedeker, lim Masini, Fred Maeder, Arthur Edwards, George DeMeritte, Don Thompson, Carl Kimball, Dick Iury, Roy Iones. fl 1 . Chi v I First row: Pat McCauley, Margaret Gauld, Wanda Williams, Ginger Toepfer, Sue Pizzio, loy Riebinsdorf, Pat Archaletia, Hollie lohnsey, Beverly Cavounis, Beverly Forston. Second row: Charlie Ewing, Cline lack, Sharon Roth Gail Doll, Barbara Miller, Sherry lohnston, lan Charsaf, lim Temple, Bill Marrs, Third row: Vincent Iames, Ken Fleming, Ronald Horge, Loren Metlock, Richard Elsworth, lim Masini, Donald Hitzel, Wayne Fielder. First row: Anita Ortiz, Dana Wachhold, Sidne Berry, Shirley Daugharthy, Sandra Fey, Linda Weems, Vickey Parker, lulia Kagle, Ioyce Ellefsen, Wanda Black, Second row: Roger Smith, George Fries, lim Palmer, Ioe Galemba, Ioyce Price, Elaine Minor, Chet Hinsberger, Larry Gibson, Iackie Alston. Third row: Milo Pelton, Merrill Gald, Frankie Franco, Tom Hill, Arthur Yoakum, Ioe Weigandt, Richard Hinchey. First row: Linda Anderson, Laurel De Soto, Mary Parker, Arlene Mazgedian, Luana Taylor, Linda Ross, Loretta Carter, Sandra Scheidt, Gayle Mattocko, Virginia Ready. Second row: Iohn Hernandez, Robert Good, Patsy Gorman, Iudie Tradewell, Donna Pedroncelli, Betty Ge-tchell, Margaret Iohnston, Cassie Taul, Bill Reece, Danny Baker, Bob Haugh. Third row: Phil Reihm, Gerarld Guenot, Darrold Shirey, Richard Bay, Roger Beer, Gary Rogers, Cecil Newbrough, Donald Heath, Neil Hansen. First row: Sarah Berg, Peggy Clark, Iudy Martin, Priscilla Purcell, Peggy lackson, Iulie Caglia, Elvira Corsini, Doris Goren, Kathy Zengel, Marian Brase. Second row: Bill Iacobson, Ierry Sorensen, Linda Van Alystyne, Ian White, Nancy Schatz, Ieanne Barker, Carol Nordstrom, Diane Ehrlich, Bill Hamzy, Clifford Loveland. Third row' Gordon Dunn, lim Done, Iohn Richert, Charles Van Valkenburgh, Steve Ellis, Dennis layne, Tommy ling, Robert Roe, Iohn Richard. yen S if . First row: Martin Roberts, Virginia Stites, Margaret Dickson, Paula Fries, lanet Alexander, Nancy Cline, lackie Paruer, Betsy Cornwell, Arlene Hodge, ludy Mooney, Alvin Murchison. Second row: Ken Colornbini, Buddy Cornell, lerry Bailey, Iudy Deck, Linda Gane, Sandra Mandeville, Betty Buell, Alene Robins, Donna Lewis, Bob Aubery, Vic Wallace, Ed Carr. Third row: Ronald Bowman, Vic Lamanuzzi, lohn Moushigian, Geary Cowger, lack Atkins, Don Murphy, lim Decker, Tom Mouradick. First row: Ioan Parreant, Shirly Whittle, Gloria Hill, layne Miller, Marie Brink, Marcia Fisher, Karen Forest, Carol Lewis, Lynn Darby. Second row: Bill Anderson, lohn Lawson, Roy Van Natta, lerry Boggs, Melvin Tucker, lim Beall, Rusty Anderson. Third row: Gerald Birdsell, Charles Ogle, Alan Oakes, Norman Acres, Paul Ander- son, Wayne Alexander, Wayne Palmer. First row: Gerry Nunn, Karen Larson, Helen Pyle, Pat Cobb, Kathy Rafferty, Rosemary Grenfell, Beverly Benja- tnin, Donna McGuy, Olga Ermoian, Delores Sanchez. Second row: Ian Schucker, Dick lensen, Richard Warren, loyce Mattera, Carol Emerzian, Marilyn Venable, Marilyn Riffel, Gerald Criesi, Richard Darter, Ioe Keenan, Eddie Davies. Third row: Mike Stahrn, lim Weibert, Keith Kleider, Richard Schuleriberg, Ted lohnson, lerry Wenrich, Bill Donaghy, Bill Leavitt, lames Le Roy. A I First row: Kathleen von Sosten, Sharon Schmidt, Phyllis Maggiore, Virginia Collins, Louise Artenian, Connie Flores, Ftosemary Albright, Arlene Newman. Second row: Don Chisholm, Vaughn Collins, Ken Marcantonio, Fred Strofnon, Marilyn Obwald, Linda lurgensen, Henry Abbascia, lohn Valentino, Nall Turner. Third row: Louis Lopez, Larry Williamson, Gerold Millen, Curtis Christianson, Francis Hirt, lames Stewart, First row: Allen Hall, Barbara Murry, Donna Dewhirst, Margaret Cary, Barbara Thacker, Ianice Arbuckle, Diana Gibson, Carolee Peterson, Fred Woods. Second row: Ronald Weyant, lack Whitling, Iudy La Feber, Pepper Parr, ludi Peclcinpah, lmogene Williams, Tom Whitling, Graham Bent, Tom Woodruff. Third row: David Krumpe, Charles Smith, George Cambell, lack Smith, lim Spiller, Nile Evans, Norman Kohl, Pat Schiedt. A little high stepping at the sophomore assembly by Arlene Robins and A sophomore quartet-Tod Fortner, Bob Calderwood Vicki Kwachak. Dave Krumpe, and Carl Kimball. .i....:f H i . E k 7 S '12 f Z f f f ,- N9 092 I X 'I I G 1, X X N J fx Al Q X ig QF fx, . lu -I x fTDIU I , ly K I " I .-Zr fl 5 fx. . NX .5 FAU! -EJQRES fx l I, I I Y . I 1 1 f I f 1 ff Qs AA W , NN jf lo, gan-if STEVE CHARLESWORTH CAROLE CROFTS vice-president secretary IAN MITCHELL commissioner of social affairs TUDE T BCDDY FQLL semesren LARRY GAMBRILL commissioner of athletics and awards First row Bingo Orme Ierry Laval Bill Bischoff, Arnold Iohansen, Bill Wayte Paul Mosesian Bill Walls Dale Misclevitz Dennis Widman Second row: Darlene Trafican, Pat Scribner, Sally Edholm Nathan Workman Myrna Long loan Prunty Margaret Evanson Gay lnaba. DEANNA BALL ARNOLD IOHANSEN Secretary Vice President NATHAN WORKMON President BEVERLY VAN NATTA Commissioner of Social Affairs BILL WALLS NANCY ALEXANDER ALBERT LANFRANCO Commissioner of Athletics Head Yell Leader Commissioner of Debate SPRING EX-COMMITTEE First row: Bill Bischoff, Bob Calderwood, Pat Scribner, Margaret Evanson, Sally Edholrn, Tom Templeton, Arnold V Iohansen. Second row: Steve Charlesworth, Terry Laval, Maurice Le Blanc. First row: Sallie Cunlille, Caroline Kyle, Cynthia Krous, Darlene Trafican, Angie Rutigliano, Deanna Ball, Ian Mitchell, Ieannine Delvlatteis, Carole Crofts, Margaret Evanson, Kay Krikava. Second row: Tom Barr, Tom Tem- pleton, Arnold lohansen, Donna Dann, Sally lackson, Bette Bedford, Daleene Tueller, Bob Cunningham, Wes Bowers. Third row: Bill Walls, Bill Wayte, Nathan Workmon, Maurice LeBlanc, lohn Tinker, Larry Gambrill, Bingo Orme, Alex Nordholm, lerry Laval, P RPLE A D GCDLD Honosnm FOUNDED l948 PAUL CAYORI IACQUELIN E COLTERIOHN sponsors Taking care ot the bulletin board, sponsor- ing the annual Lions Club Toy Drive, maintain- ing the lost and found, and acting as general school helpers are some of the activities of this senior honor group. Presidents Nathan Workmon and Tom Barr, Purple and Gold members keep the school informed. First row: Helen Nordeman, Iudy Martin, Kathy Rafferty, Darlene Smith, Iudy Baker, Karen Hyberg, Io Ellen Sherman, Anne Hunsaker, Marcia Fisher, Linda Gamlin, Leslie Livingstone, Elaine Parnagian, Virginia Adame. Second row: Linda Wang, Charlene Shouse, ludy Hill, Kay Saunders, Chris Bergland, Rita Comeau, Iudy Rob- inson, Linda Cramer, Brada McCormick, Ann Zelhart, Dorothy Kooyurnjian, Peggy Porter, Sally Temple, Gretchen Gonser. Third row: Linda Caddel, Ianice Wheat, Pat Sheiclt, Mary Gendusa, Donna Pedroncelli, Angela Petrop- ulus, Io Slocum, Diana Fleming, Elsie Moseley, Mary Rylant, Pat Schnider, Adele Bridge, Bette Buell, Fourth row: Donna Needham, Ioan Gomez, Diane Ehrlich, Francis Yeazell, Barbara Beagles, Carol Emerzian, Peggy Levora, lane Finnley, Kathleen Rogness, Lyn Broadwell, Iudy Hagerty, Brenda Barnard, Frances Burkholder, Rhoda Kohler. ILVER GUNS sesvtce FOUNDED FALL OF 1955 PETRA KUHL KATHLEEN BARNES sponsors Members of the Silver Spoons are chosen from the girls of the sophomore and junior classes. Their activities include serving at banquets and P.T.A. functions. They also act as Big Sisters to new students. Fall officers were Brada McCormick, presi- dent, Ann I-lunsaker, vice president, Rhoda Kohler, secretary, and Gay Inaba, treasurer. Spring officers were Rhoda Kohler, president, Barbara Beagles, vice president, Charlene Shouse, secretary, and Ann Zelhart, treasurer. Rhoda Kohler, spring president, and Brada McCormick, fall president. Mary Gendusa, Ann Zelhart, Gay Inaba, Virginia Adame. GIRL HAZEL TUCKER sponsor Fall Officers-Gwen Bell, Ioyce Boghosian, Carol Thompson, Myrna Long, president, and Ieannine De Matteis, Iudy Knapp, Ieannine De Matteis, Deanna Ball, and Ian Mitchell entertain with a popular ballad at the annual fashion show. Members of the Girls League model fashions for Blossom Day, These girls served as hostesses at the spring fashion show. Spring Officers-Iudy Martin, Ian Mitchell, Margaret Evanson, president, Toni Greene, Ieannine De Matteis, Gwen Bell, and Betty Decker. 5? 312 g, it M LEAGUE Spring fashions are displayed by Margaret Evanson, Brenda Barnard, Myrna Long, Ieannine DeMatteis, and Gwen Bell. "Flower" Boghosian introduces the -performers. Linda Stephens sings for the Blossom Day Assembly. Sally Edholm, Toni Greene, Pat Scribner, Brenda Barnard, and Carol Thompson don cottons for spring. Thomas Mitchell, distinguished stage, screen, and television star, is a guest at the Blossom Day Assembly. I I IW J, EDITOR Pat Scribner WWOWL EDITORIAL STAFF ART EDITORS ASSISTANT EDITORS Bill Scheidt, Marianne Ricks Linda Wang, Ioyce Boghosian ART STAFF Marianne Ricks, Bill Scheidt, P rres, Sue Brown, Duane Gardner . 15 EDITORIAL STAFF Annabelle Fairall, Carol Gregg, Bob Cunningham, Richard Heagy, Bill Dale EDITORIAL SPONSOR Nancy Madden ART SPONSOR Louise McCaslin BUSINESS STAFF lOl-IN WARREN sponsor CAROL THOMPSON Business Manager lO SLOCUM DAVID HAWBECKER ' 541195 MGIICIQSI Advertising Manager l V M QE -ig Org f exft SALESMEN Seated, 1 to r: Helen Norde- rnan, Iudy Angelo, Susan Verble, Carol Ng, Marcy Waddell, S h a r o n Russell. Standing, l to r: Loretta Erickson, Kathleen Rogriess, A Ann Zelhart, Barbara Bea- gles, Phyllis Boyd, Ioe Wei- gandt, Eric Radanovich, Rog- er Nyloerg, lim Kufis. AS QS? TONI BLAIR ELLEN RICHMOND Advertising Manager Picture Manager l CDWLET PRICE ROBINSCDN sponsor ' X v ymxi -- . "7 BINGQ QRME SALLY EDHoLM E Fall Editor Spring Editor l l I IERRY LAVAL y Photographer I l l IERI TENSCHER N BARBARA DEIBERT Business Managers l Seated: Irene Brietigan, Doug Woodman, Iohn Chapman, 1 EDITORIAL STAFF ADVERTISING STAFF Standing: Price Robinson, Elaine Parnagian, Ruth ' Donna Needham, Iudy Hill, Ellen Richmond, Mclvlonagle, Susan Chander, Frances Farina, Carol Gregg, Adele Bridge IoAnn Epps, Iean Laughlin PEECH BOBERTA SEIBEBT coach l lohn Tinker emphasizes a point SPGOQCGBDOH MCKHIOF delivers to the group. his side of the question. The class listens as Tinker speaks. I l Bob Couly Watches as teammate Denis Cromarty addresses the audience. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE First row: Virginia Adcune, Arlene Newman, Babette Pierce, Laurene Bloom, Darlene Wimer, Second row: Tom Barr, Richard Schulenberg, Alan Oakes, Iohn Tinker, Bob Couly, Larry Schiller, Don McKillop, Denis Cromarty. 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GHTQRTHIDHIGDT CLUB ...f--' E 352 First row: Phil Sachs, Arthur Brodersen, Brenda Barnard, Carole Ogburn, Nathan Workman. Second row: Phil Ross, Barbara l-lartwig, Marilyn Turner, Marilyn Hare, Dwain Aldridge, Victor Wallace, Nancy Mott, Donna Thomsen, Roy Havenhill, Third row: Marilyn Wheeler, Evelyn Ziegler, Maita lacobsen, Nanette Hetherington, larnes Worribacker, Marcy Waddell, Tom David, Benita Martin, ludy Hughes, lerry Sorensen, Fred Frantz, lohn Fritz, Donn Eaton, Fourth row: Esther Powers, Gary Tingley. PRES C HIGH MADRIGAL GROUP QL fs .-- 3ill Van Hoorebeke, David Lemon, 'N Larry Mathis, Ron Hare , Y . ref' .Z ' CARL KRONBERG, First row: Mary Ann Shafer, Larry Walker, Kendall 'Walton Second row: Dave Lemon, Bill Van Hoorebeke, Floyd Wilson, Ron Hare, Ann Willefo1'd, Lela Tester, Carol Griffith. Third row: Don Fisher, Larry Schiller, Ann Dailey, Bob Dayton, Roger Beer, Henry Seib, Bill Buell, Virginia Bitters, Denby Tones, Richard Tait, Carl Kimball. Fourth row: Lewis Coles, Bill Cornish. CRCHE TRA Conductor DOUBLE QUARTET Carl Kimball, Ginny Bitters Denby Iones, Richard Tait. FRESNC HIGH MICHAEL THAYER, Carl Kimball and Margaret Evanson, accompanists. ADVANCED GIRLS GLEE First row: Cheryl Linxwiler, Iudy Hill, lean Stark, lody Cruse, Ora Mae Pieter, Carol Milsap, Garilee Schneider, Laurel De Soto, Linda Ross, Linda Anderson, Gaylene George. Second row: Beverly Reiner, Brenda Barnard, Linda Shollenbarger, Nona Thuesen, lan White, Sue Wristen, Myra Cowles, Elizabeth Takacs, Betty Cromwell, ludy Wilson. First row: Betty Aved, Linda Wang, Pat Scribner, Dolores Spence, lanice Bopp, Bob Calderwood, Bruce Dun- can, Don McGugin, Carole Pliske, Francine Blumberg, Iimmie McBride, Martha Cardell, Lorna Boyer. Second row: Sharon Goldstein, Sue O'Banion, Angela Petropolus, Deanna Miller, Gary French, Iim Pipes, Pet Mehas, Bob Cunnungham, Dennis Vargas, Lyn Cole, Betty Decker, Donna Avakian, Roberta Clausen, Betty Sue Bensley, Third row: lanet Mitchell, lean Bippetoe, Doris Shute, Sally Temple, Walt McBride, Wayne Bushing, Carlos Bod- riguez, Nathan Workmon, Sheila Brockway, Daleene Tueller, lan Cappelman, Phyllis Boyd, Brada McCormick. Fourth row: Darlene Tratican, ludy lmhott, Myrna Long, Carol Gaus, Donna Lauder, Mike Harding, Ken Scott, Dan Wick, Tod Fortner, Donna Dann, Margaret Evanson, leanine De Matteis, Diana Rose. CHCRALEER Director sing a duet at the Choraleers assembly. ADVANCED GIRLS GLEE First row: Margaret Gauld, Sue Miller, Ianet Alexander, Ioan Alexander, Marilyn Kellogg, Ann Alford, Iudy Mooney, Kay Saun- ders, Darlene Smith, Iudith Thorn- ton. Second rowz Melinda Fair- child, Linda Cramer, Edith Brown- ing, Iudy Erdman, Chris Berg- lund, Susan Sharp, Sandy Marsh, Laura Wayman, Margaret Cary. First row: Iudy Hughes, Ruth Lewis, Dorothy Barsamian, Sandy Gemmel, Frank Wells, Iim Wombacker, Bob Strong, Laurence Cobb, Dave Krumpe, Ion Iohnson, Iohn Kemp, Maida Sund, Carol Hawkins, Charlotte Estill. Second row: Carolyn Pack, Deanna Ball, Kathleen Herbert, Ronald Newton, Dave Iergensen, Dave Gritten, Kendall Walton, Floyd Workmon, Roy Rainville, Sandra Gaus, Elizabeth Holland, Rhoda Kohler, Nancy Tipton, Iudy Martin. Third row: Carol Marler, Iucly Knapp, Herbert Morrison, Allen Yonge, Dave Barnett, Dave Niklaus, Carl Kimball, Tom Templeton, Gary Rushing, Carole Ogburn, Dulcie Spellman, Iackie Doll, Marilyn Turner. Fourth row: Linda Stephens, Vifinitred Winther, Sandra Nylander, Iim Chinello, DuWayne Cotton, Willis Wash, lim Irvine, Ed Munger, Wayne Chapman, Dick Ballew, Alice Grusdat, Beverly Fadenrecht, Loree Mackay, Iudy Frei. Deanna Miller and Willis Wash ff 've--4 F M ggi , elif, E-E First row: Nealy, Starr, Brough, Fritz, Van Hooreloeke, Lemon, Koop. Second row: Fleming, Iaclcson, Ferris, Mc- Farland, Shipp, Hargis, Myers, Bailey, McCardle, Reed, Hart. Third row: McCrain, Tippett, Carder, Frantz, Swanson, Gordon, Weiser, Stewart, Wyrick, Bivings, Campbell, Shields, Knott, White, Nikaido, Manning, Brooks, Cross. Fourth row: Willeford, Cornish, Pino, Moore, Tingley, Gorsage, Coles, MacLean, E ll! PEP GIRLS ludi l-loyer, Deanna Ball, Carole Croits, Carole Pliske. 5 PRESN HIGH CARL KBONBEBG, DRUM MAIOR AND MAIORETTES loan Swanson, Carolyn Gordon, Margaret Montez, Bob Dayton, Darlene Wimer, Georgetta Hart, Vera Stanovich, Alyce Moffett. First row: Havenhill, Gonsalves, Sessions, Wimer, Moffett, Mott, Thomsen. Second row: Roberts, Stanovich, Fisher, Baker, Schafer, White, Rowe, Richards, Thompson, Montez, Vreeland. Third row: Seib, Phelps, Bailer, Stillman, Goodrich, Surabian, Reimer, Heinrich, Zahlis, Knight, Harris, Saaf, Newton, Morris, McAllister, Dayton. U bach, lones, Harkin, Inman, Wheeler. Fourth row: Van Gelder, Carstens, Bolton, rsen BAD Director Bac YELL LEADERS Front-Shirley Acosta, Nancy Alexander lc-Mike Dervishian, Gary Rushing, Gil Yoshida , ' 'Q l?nm z y ..-, PEP GIRLS Daleene Tueller, Charlene Shouse, Marlene Malan, Nancy Nixon. 1 ii. J 01 d F S SJ Xl QQ Q K I 1 I V r is W1 First row: Arlene Chelstrom, lean Abe, Sharon Cummings, Virginia Bitters, Linda Ganilin, Marcia Fisher, Martha Cardell, Ruth Fair, Melinda Fairchild, Sally Andrews, Marilyn Boyd. Second row: Lee Greiner, Phyllis Boyd, Kar- lyn Ayers, Deanna Ball, Carole Crofts, Paula Fries, Tarnara Ashby, Annette Goerlich, Lyn Cole, Gretchen Gonser, Bill Bischoff, Third row: George Fries, Aruthr Broderson, leff Beaubier, Bette Bedford, Mary Claire Awtry, Toni Blair, Adele Bridge, Frank Abe, Torn Barr, Diane Beatty. Fourth row: Lowell Eliason, Kent Edwards, Bob Couly, Bod Adarns, Dave Ehlers, lackie Biehl, Pete Dau, Carol Ernerzian, Lynn Broadwell, Alice Grusdat. CALIPCRNIA SCHCLARSHTP PEDERATIQN I-IODORQRY FOUNDED 1923 BERNICE CLNEY CHESTER COVER sponsor i Presidents Torn Templeton i and Bill Bischoff, First row: Gay Inaba, ludy Hughes, Hollie lohnsey, Leslie Livingstone, Caroline Kyle, Ian Capplernan, Tamra Koerner, Rosalie Harper, Karen Kramer, Deann Kruse, Marcia Kirkwood, Second row: Maita Iacobsen, ludy Knapp, Carolyn lacobson, Eleanor Kovacik, Babette Pierce, Linda lacobs, lan Charshof, ludy Hegarty, Ann Lager- quist, Marlene Hartman. Third row: Carol lones, Norman Fry, Varis Lambert, Fred Knudsen, Maurice LeBlanc, Myrna Long, Peggy Levora, Carl Kirnball, Torn Wong. an , , K 1. Mo ss First- row: Tim Russell, Carol Lewis, Donna Linguist, Pepper Parr, Carol Ng, Ellen Richmond, Arlene Newman Gloria Revilla, Arlene Mazgedian, Lynn Darby, Mary Ruggieri, Carsota Mah. Second row: Diane McKloskey Pat Rossi Pat Paquet Eugenie Madden Don McK'll I h R ld D L Y r , , 1 op, o n eyno s, oug apins, Bingo Orme, Carlo Rod- riguez, Iohn Richart, Bob Mattis. Students who attain a ten point grade total in academic subjects for a semester are eligi- ble to join the California Scholarship Federa- tion, Those who maintain this average for four semesters, one of which rnust be in the senior year, are eligible for CSF life membership. OFFICERS FALL SPRING Bill Bischoff ............. President ...... Tom Templeton Bingo Orme ........ Vice President. .... Don McKillop Iudy Knapp ............. Secretary .,......... ludy Hughes Tom Templeton ...... Treasurer ............... Gay lnaba Torn Barr, Carole Crofts, Steve Charlesworth, and Rod Adams make plans for the annual conference. First row: Bill Marrs, Dolores Spence, Pat Morrison, Linda Wang, Deanna Wakida, Kathleen Rafferty, Ierri Car- roll, Virginia Wardlaw, Susan Sheppard, Sally Temple, Brada McCormick, Daisy Morgenstern. Second row: Ian White, Charlene Shouse, Cynthia Krous, Tom Templeton, Frances Yeazell, Donna Needham, Doralee Otter, Loree Mackay, Donna Thompseii, Pat Wayman, lo Slocum, Ioyce Sheppard, Nona Thuesen. Third row: Pat Sheidt, lohn Tibbs, Richard Tait, Larryjxlyflathis, Bob Strong, Kendall Walton, Ken Scott, Larry Schiller, Dennis Widman, Bob Wolfe, Terri Hirt, Susan Sty- , Torn Snedeker. WP RKQNY First row: Carolyn Pack, ludy Hughes, ludy Angelo, Ioyce Boghosian, Darlene Smith, Iudy Baker, ludy Bimmer, Martha Cardell, Charlene Shouse, Linda Wang, Deanna Ball, lan Mitchell, Susan Byrd. Second row: Deanna Wakida, leri Carroll, Alyce Moffett, lo Slocum, Carol Hopkins, Arlene Chelstrom, Bette Bedford, Linda lacobs, Brada McCormick, Virginia Wardlaw. Third row: Diane Beatty, Marcia Lehr, Rhoda Kohler, Carolyn Iacobson, Donna Thomsen, loan McKenry, Peggy Chinn, Alice Grusdat, Iudy Knapp, Ann Lagerquist, Sally Temple, Donna Dann. PCRTIA FOBQDSIC, LITQRQRY T- HDD SCCIQL FOUNDED 1915 EVELINE MCCDY sponsor iw iiit 1 Q' ,xt 025 , Portia, the oldest girls' Club at Fresno High School, was kept busy throughout the entire year with a tudge sale, the Portia-Hypatia Mr. Touchdown Dance, Christmas party, and basketball game, the Portia Mothers' Tea, a dinner tor the Portia graduates, the Portia-Sen- ate debate, and a shoe shine tor the polio drive. Presidents and vice presidents were lanet Cappleman, Gwenie Bell, lan Mitchell, Char- lene Shouse, Brada McCormick, and Rhoda Kohler. Presidents lan Cappleman, Ian Mitchell, Gwen Bell. Portia members study the minutes of a previous meeting. Hypatia members Trafican, Rutigliano, Long, Marler, and Kruse plan future activities. HYPATIA LITQRQRY nun soctnt FOUNDED 1918 BEBNICE EIDSON sponsor The clubs activities include the Mr. Touch- down Dance, I-lypatia-Portia Basketball Game, Mothers Tea, and the Senior Party. Hypatia also helps the Polio Drive by giving cake, Gay Inaba, Bev Van Natta, Daleene Tueller, Coclkief cmd PGUUUT 50195- presldems' The presidents and vice presidents for the year were Daleene Tueller, Bev Van Natta, Gay Inaba, Marsha Dainty, Adele Bridge, and Myrna Long. First row: Gay Inaba, IoAnn Carsten, Kay Alexander, Ellen Richmond, Darlene Wimer, Carol Ng, Bobbi Thor- mann, Pat Whitehead, Angie Rutigliano, Cynthia Krous, Oramae Peifer, Bev Van Natta, lean Abe. Second row: Marilyn Nikkel, Adele Bridge, Carolyn Gordon, Phyllis Christian, leannine De Matteis, Shelby Caldwell, Iackie Kohl, Barbara Downing, Shirley Wilson, Marsha Dainty, Cheryll Linxwiler, Tamara Ashby. Third row: Donna Needham, Iudy Hegarty, Melinda Portilla, Daleene Tueller, Frances Yeazell, Terri Hirt, Myrna Long, Peggy Levora, Carol Marler, Diane McCloskey, loan Seltzer, Darlene Trafican, Ann Zelhart. Senator Tom Templeton holds fellow members Dave Niklaus, Steve Charlesworth, Dave Biggers, and Phil Austin spellbound with his oratory. SENATE socini nun DEBHTQ FOUNDED 1890 WALLACE TAYLOR sponsor Among the clubs activities are the Senate Banquet, Christmas Formal, Ladies Night, Par- Presidents Rod Adams, Maurice Le Blanc, ent-Teachers' Night, and lunior-Senior Banquet. and B111 Blschofl- Fall officers Were Bill Bischoff, David Niklaus, Cary Rushing, Rod Adams, Ken Scott, Steve Charlesworth. Spring officers were Maurice Le Blanc, Steve Charlesworth, Bill Bischoff, and Fred Knudsen. Seated: Tom Templeton, Iohn Reynolds, Rod Adams, Steve Charlesworth. First rowi Lee Greiner, Nealy Crawford, lim Russell, Dennis Widman, Dan Wick, Fred Knudsen, Dave Biggers, David Ehlers, Maurice Le Blanc, Bill Bischoff, lack Holstein, Wallace Taylor, sponsor. Second row: Bob Knott, Gary Rushing, Don' Mcliillop, Kent Edwards, leff Beaubier, Ted lohnson, Larry Gambrill. Third row: Don Edeli, Alex Nordholm, Phil Pierson, Bingo Orme, Dave Nik- laus, Bruce Duncan, Doug Lcrpins, Ierry Laval, Bolo Strong, Dale Misclevitz. l l T I i...,1--: -.f.. 'A 1 I . 'T""T"v':UmL""""" I -5ZQQJ'f6z4.vz ' ,1 7 Statesmen prepare for regional conference in Fresno. JU ioR TATE ME DGBQTG ADD PQRLIHMGDTQRY LHUJ' FOUNDED l 94 l DAVlD METZLER sponsor Off' Bbtt P' ,T S dk, . lcersuncii irfenfggiwnggn- me e er Presidents for the year were Bob Couly, Denis Cromarty, Babette Pierce. Vice presi- dents were Sue O'Banion, Tom Snedecker, Denis Cromarty. The Statesmen attended the state convention in Sacramento and Were hosts to the regional convention with Roose- velt High School. The club sends representa- tives to the city council to listen to discussions by the members. Virginia Adame, Arlene Newman, Babette Pierce, Denis Cromarty, Al Lanfranco, Bob Couly, Larry Schiller, Torn Sneclecker, Pat Civiello, Alan Hall. 'W' 1 Some emoting by the Fresno High thespians. THE TER WCRK HCP Dnnmnric , A POUNDED 1951 BOBEBTA SEIBEBT sponsor Membership is open to all students inter- ested in the theater. This year the club attend- ed the One Act Play Tournament in Pasadena and sponsored a production of the Greek trag- edy, Antigone, to raise funds for the trip. Fall officers were Sheila Brockway, Lyn Cole, Laurel Kay, and Ieannine DeMatteis. Spring officers were Tod Fortner, Duane Gardner, Sally lackson, Arlene Newman and Kirk Kuykendall. Presidents Lyn Cole, Sheila Brockway, and Tod Fortner. First row: Sue Daniel, Kathy Rafferty, Laurel Kay, Babette Pierce, Arlene Newman, Carol Hawkins, Diana Bose, Gloria Revilla, lay Rebensdorf, Carladine Allen, Darlene Wirner, Second row: Richard Schulenberg, Phil Austin, Susan Sharp, Sheila Brockway, Carole Pliske, Lyn Cole, Sally Iackson, Alice Grusdat, Ieannine DeMatteis, Third row: Kirk Kuykendall, Tod Portner, Wayne Chapman, Ed Rush. First row: Tamara Ashby, Gloria Revilla, Sally Cramner, leannine DeMatteis, Carol Gregg, Karen Kramer, Valerie Anderson, Sharon Tranloerg, Ann Boradari, Liz Cabell, Melinda Fairchild, Luana Taylor, Deanna Ball, lan Mitch- ell, Tommy ling, Second row: Alan Cates, Brent Graham, Pepper Pa C l N B . . rr, aro eumann, Mary Awtry, Brenda arnard, Marianne Ricks, Sally Andrews, Annette Goerlich, Margaret Evanson, Bill Couchman. Third row: Alan Brooks, limmie Hughes, Wayne Palmer, Dave Biggers, Phil Austin, Dave Nilclaus, Dan Wick, Charles Seaver, Mike Harding, Bob Strong, Dennis Widman, Bill Mortland, Iim Renning, Lee Greiner, Bill Bischoff, Bill Wayte. WAGCD WHEELER socint-SQUQRE Dance FOUNDED 1948 BRUCE MECABTEA sponsor The main activities of the group are the Christ- mas Social and the Wheelers' Whirl. The club also presents exhibitions for various occasions. The fall officers Were lim Hughes, president, Me- linda Fairchild, Vice president, Annette Goerlich, secretary, and Charles Seaver, treasurer. The spring officers were Bill Wayte, president, V . . . alerie Anderson, Vice president, Carol Neumann, secretary, and Dave Niklaus, treasurer. Presidents Bill Wayte and lim Hughes. The Wheelers whirl. First row: Virginia Adame, Karlyn Aires, Iudy Baker, Susan Chandler, Patsy De Gallery, Marian Brase, Beverly Cavounis, Liz Cabell, Sharon Cooper, Ioyce Boghosian, Ioan Dismuke, Charladine Allen, Ann Boradori. Second row: Sara Berg, Marlene Hartman, Marilyn Boyd, Carol Gregg, Susan Cramner, Linda Cramer, Karen Adams, Donna Dewhirst, Sally Crarnner, Sidne Berry. Third row: lanice Charshof, Roberta Bachelor, Helen Gordon, Bar- bara Creighton, Pat Cobb, Tamara Ashby, Frances Buflcholder, Sally Andrews, Margaret Deversian, Donna Chadwell, ludy Ebert. Fourth row: Mary Awtry, Adele Bridge, Peggy Chinn, Sandy Carter, Billie lean Hand, Carol Emerjian, leannine De Matteis, Gwen Bell, Donna Dann, Betty Decker. Fifth row: Sally Cunliffe, Barbara Campbell, Barbara Beagles, Phyllis Boyd, Lynn Broadwell, Shirley Acosta, Brenda Barnard, Nancy Alexander, Bette Bedford, Diane Beatty, Lois Clifton. GIRL ATHLETIC ASSGCIATIC nrnierrcs FOUNDED 1922 ALICE STANDEFOBD sponsor The purpose of the G.A..A. is to promote an interest in athletics, sportsman- ship, and leadership. The activities of the group include participation in Various sports and the presentation oi a play day, swim party, and annual initiation banquet. First row: Gay lnaba, ludy Hughes, Barbara Heath, Carol Hawkins, Hollie Iohnsey, Carol Lee, Claudia Andre- sen, Marcia Cooper, Gloria Driggs, Iudy Angelo, Gloria Goodman, Rosalie Harper. Second row: Marcia Fisher, Kathleene Field, Anna Fried, Dorothy Barsoomian, Lois lustesen, Susan Hill, Charlann Gorham, Annette Goerlich, Brenda lohnston, Carolyn Gordon, Linda lacobs. Third row: Carolyn lacobsen, Brenda Gattis, Marilyn Girodo, Barbara Hartwig, Georgetta Hart, Carol Heidt, Iudy Erdman, Melinda Fairchild, Pat Horn, Toni Greene, Nadine Grace. Fourth row: Ioan Gomez, lane Findley, Ioan Mathias, Terri Hurt, Marsha Dainty, Iudy lmhoff, Shirley Huber, Ierri Carroll, Deborah Gonsalves. ai First row: Darlene Smith, Elaine Parnagian, Diane Stormes, Sharon Tranberg, Kathleene Rafferty, Iudy Rimmer, Iune Masuda, lohanna Ross, Laverne Ruppel, loyce Sheppard, Oramae Peifer, Amelia Seiler, Lynn Darby. Second row: Pat Scheidt, Pepper Parr, Dolores Spence, Deanna Ball, Carole Crofts, Darlene Trafican, lanice Payne, Char- lotte Maranian, Iudy Kemp, Gloria Revilla, Doris Shute, Mary Tuttle. Third row: lanet Payne, Angela Petropolus, lo Slocum, Iackie Simmons, Donna Pedroncelli, Carol Seaver, loan Seltzer, Charlotte Purcell. Fourth row: Bobbi Thormann, Mary Rylant, Donna Thomsen, Kathleen Rogness, Octavia Reid, Nona Thuesen, Daleene Tueller, Pat Rossi, Sharron Roth, Esther Saunders, Barbara Pewthers. OFFICERS Fall Spring Gwen Bell - - president - - Bobbi Thormann Myrna Long - - - - vice president - - Brenda Barnard Angela Petropolus - - secretary - - - lo Slocum lo Slocum ---- - - treasurer - - - - Gay Inaba Georgetta I-Iart - -. sport commissioners - - Nancy Alexander Gay Inaba Linda Cramer Sally Temple Sally Temple Melinda Fairchild Ioan Seltzer First row: ludy Martin, ludy Martin, Nancy Nixon, ludy I-loyer, Margaret Montez, Deann Kruse, Sharon Carey, Iackie Kohl, Susie Laurie, Leslie Livingston, Iudith Thorton, Marlene Marlow, Charlotte Maranian, Second row: lill Haw- thorne, Carolyn Kyle, Arlene Mazgedian, Patsy Merris, lulia Cagle, Alyce Moffett, Rita Mollison, Barbara Mealer, Betty Moreno, Carolyn Millsap, Iudy Iohansen, Mignon Hyde, Karen Kramer, Third row: Marcia Kirkwood, Phyllis Maggoria, Arlana Mueller, Ruth McMonagle, Peggy May, Babette Pierce, Dorothy Kooyumjian, Sally Miles, Brada McCormick, Carol Neumann, Deanna Miller, Donna McClurg, Myrna Markarian, Darlene Kenny. Fourth row: Marsha Nettleton, Sally Howell, Elaine Minor, Diane McClosky, Linda Marchant, Carol Marler, Ioan Seltzer, Donna Needham, Loree Mackay, Marcia Lynch, Myrna Long, Peggy Levora, Eugenie Madden, Iudy Olsen, Margaret Kessell. Wg i 4 First row: Ann Zelhart, Dana Wackhold, Mary Williams, Carole Ward, Linda Wang, Deanna Wakida, Sayekc Yagura, Sharon Cooper, Liz Cabell. Second row: Sally Temple, lanet Zetz, Melinda White, Frances Yeazell, Kay Van Winkle, Francie Kopman, Carol Gaus, Marilyn Wheeler, Laura White, Maita lacobsen, Susan Verble, Bar- bara Weaver. Presidents Gwen Bell and Bobbi Thormann. GIRL GATA. members participate in a game of softball. G.A.A. members take part in the following sports: SOFTBALL SWIMMING A BASKETBALL VOLLEYBALL TENNIS SPEEDBALL TFILETIC ASSQCIATIGN IRGQUGI .QTI-ILE-ITIC EDD SGCIQL FGUNDED l937 EBWIN GINSBUBG sponsor Big Chief Mosesian rules over his warriors. Athletes who have received a Varsity letter or seniors who have two Iunior Var- sity letters are eligible to become lroquois members. The lroquois sponsor a yearly dance and are entertained at an annual barbe- cue by the Boosters. Fall and spring officers were George Barstow and Paul Mosesian, presidents, Bill Walls and lack Zimmerman, vice pres- idents, Paul Mosesian and Bill Walls, scribes, Larry Gambrill and Ken Dose, keepers ot the wampumg lack Zimmer- man arnd Bill Walls, medicine men. Chiefs Mosesian and Barstow. First row: Leland Stephenson, Dale Misclevitz, Bob Astone, Peter Dau, Torn Lahanas, Steve Charlesworth, Tom Templeton, Don Nickolson, Lewie Coles, Larry Tome, Dennis Wills, Neil Yoshida, Paul Mosesian, Don Nowell, Bon Nowell. Second row: Dick Nance, lohn Martin, lack Zimmerman, Bill Wayte, Marty Mazzoni, George Barstow, Nathan Workmon, Mike Harding, Dick Schatz, Bowden Yankey, Herb Franke, Dave Barnett, Fred Knudsen, Third row: Bill Brown, Bill Walls, Pete Cooper, Bill Flake, Dick Gunner, Duane Lauck, Ken Hopper, Dennis Metzler, Dick Van Galder, Larry Gambrill, Ron Besoyan, Maurice Le Blanc, Gil Yoshida, Don Edeli. B- at lf ul 5 3' First row: Iudy Martin Ioh wx if , anna Ross, Sandy Suriield, Ellen Richmond, Helen Pyle, Sally Temple, Donna Thomp- son, Donna Linquist, Patsy Merris, Mary Ruggieri, Sandy Neff. Second row: Barbara Pewthers, Harvey Peterson, Charles Morey, lim Russell, Don McKillop, Eric Randonovich, Richard Schulenb Powers, Ken Reed, Marilyn Oswald, erg, Charles Power, Sherode QUID U C SCCIHL HIID LITQRQRY EOUNDED l947 ELIZABETH WILEY RICHARD GUERIN sponsors E all OFFICERS Spring Bill Bischoff - - president fconsull ---- lean Abe David Ehlers - Vice president Caedilel - - Iudy Hughes lean Abe - - - secretary Cscribal - - - Sally Temple lack Holstein - treasurer Cquaestorl Arthur Broderson Don Mcliillop - sergeant at arms - - - Rod Adams Quid Nunc presidents Bill Bischoff and Iean Abe. First row: Pat Whitehead, Pat Wayman, Bowden Yankey, Carroll Trippel, Ioyce Sheppard, Second row: Randy Scott, Don Vreeland, I, Dee Sherrer, Greg Wayte, Larry Walker, Bob Wulff, Phil Sa k ' c S, Doug Yoshida. First row: Sharon Anderson, Ioyce Boghosian, lean Abe, Siclne Berry, Edith Browning, Ianice Bandoni, Ramona Garcia, Pat De Gallery, Charladine Allen, Betty Dickey, Virginia Bitters, Gary Gostanian. Second row: Lynn Broadwell, Nadine Grace, Brenda Barnard, Mary Gendusa, Gail Doll, lane Findley, Pat Paquet, lanice Charshaf, Dolores Camplin, Gretchen Gonser, Marie Craig, Mike Graffuis. Third row: Bill Bischoff, Ieff Ferguson, Phil Austin, Arthur Dunn, Arthur Broderson, David Ehlers, Taylor Falch, Dan Baker, Larry Beagle, Tom Gileo, Rod Adams, Denis Cromarty. The Roman Banquet, a pizza party and the senior breakfast are some of the yearly activities of Quid Nunc, the Fresno High School Latin clulo. Quid Nunc, which invites all Latin students to become mem- bers, also supports a little ltalian boy, Mario Capalongo. The group holds meetings and occa- sionally entertains junior high school Latin groups. Quid Nunc members Ghormley, Neff, Barnard, Ehlers, and Waymen set scene for the Roman Banquet. First row: Gay Inaba, ludy Hughes, Barbara Heath, Lorna Boyer, Susie Laurie, Rosalie Harper, Carol Lewis, Susan Hill, Sally Miles, Alan Hall. Second row: Barbara Hartwig, Patricia Horn, Carol Heidt, Carol Marler, Marcia Lehr, Sally lackson. Third row: Alvin Hargis, Varis Lamberts, Keith Kleider, loby Hadsall, Pete Ghormley, Ron lohannes, Ted Iohnson, David Krumpe. First row: Diane Doman, ludy Angelo, Marcia Fisher, Linda Gamlin, Beverly Cavounis, Marilyn Hare, Arlene Chelstrom, Karalyn Ayres, Marilyn Boyd, Bill Becker. Second row: Carol Harvey, Bose Mary Greentell, Marilyn Fries, Ianet Cappleman, Myrna Chase, Tamara Ashby, Lynn Darby, Gloria Goodman, Arlene Hodge, Betsy Corn- Well, Frances Burkholder. Third row: Caralyn Gordon, Terri l-lirt, Adele Bridge, Sandy Carter, Carol Emerzian, Norman Fry. , . LCD GUERRERQ E PANCLE socini FOUNDED l94E3 ANTHCNY PETROSINC ALBERT SWANSON sponsors The Spanish Club helps to promote a better understanding ot Spanish customs and traditions. An all-language club dance and spring swimming party are sponsored by the , club. Spanish club members Theusen, Adame, Scott, and Shollenberger plan a meeting. First row: Daisy Morgenstern, Carolee Peterson, Elaine Parnagian, Leslie Livingston, Virginia Adame, Charlotte Maranian, Arlene Mazgedian, Bette Ann Tones, Hollie Iohnsey, Richard Martin, Bill Beeve. Second row: Ioan Mclienry, Brada McCormick. Merilou Parker, Iulie Kagle, Vernie Morrison, Mary Moreno, Maita lacobsen, Elaine Minor Diane McClosky, Linda Marchant, Bob Mattos. Third row: Donna Pedroncelli, Cheryl Linxwiler, Ieanine Kouch. Ann Lagerquist, Sandy Manderville, Donna Needham, Sandy Nylander, Linda Iurgensen, Frances Yea- zell Lee Greiner. C9 59. F-if ' MH V "rc: First row: Carolyn Silva, Kathy Moreno, Deanna Wakida, Linda Shollenbarger, Nona Theusen, Ann Zelhart, Ioan Seltzer, Kathy Rafferty, Darlene Wimer, Linda Wang. Second row, Mary Ann Zetz, Pepper Parr, Susan Verble, Wanda Shaw, Ed Rush, Io Slocum, Pat Rossi, Norma Rose. PANISH ATTC AL HC CR CCTETY I-TOTTORHRY FOUNDED 1953 ICE ELTCECI-IE SIOODSOI' Membership in the Spanish honor so- ciety is limited to those students who have received A's in three semesters ot Spanish. The club sponsors the initiation ban- quet and annual tacos sale. Presidents Tom Templeton, Ian Cappleman, and lohn Reynolds. First row: Daisy Morgenstern, Deanna Wakida, Leslie Livingston, Marilyn Boyd, Karalyn Ayres, Shelby Caldwell, Io Slocum, Charlene Shouse, Brada McCormick, Angie Rutigliano, Carole Crotts, Carol Ng, Second row: Caroline Kyle, Phyllis Boyd, Tom Templeton, Curtis Keedy, Kay Krilcava, Pat Golden, Donna Needham, Nona Theusen, Kendall Walton, Virginia Wardlaw, Cynthia Krous, Lyn Cole. Third row: Adele Bridge, Sally Cunlitie, Ken Scott, Charles Leavitt, Nathan Workmon, Carlos Rodriguez, Doug Lapins, Iohn Reynolds, Maurice Le Blanc, Bingo Orme, Norman Fry. I ICQ fmt First row: Giselle Boroyan, Regine Boroyan, Virginia Adarne, Kay Alexander, Carol Hawkins, Deanna Ball, Carol Gregg, lackie Doll, Melinda Fairchild, Roberta Batchelor, Gwennie Bell, Marilyn Fries. Second row: Eileen Decker, Marilyn Bergander, Ann Boradori, Paula Fries, Sally Andrews, Frances Farina, Pat Feliz, Shirley Daugh- arthy, Suzanne Gerard, Toni Greene, Billie Hand. Third row: Charlanne Gorham, Pat Cobb, Bette Bedford, Sally Cunliffe, Ioanne D'Arnbrosia, Annilee Erickson, Pat Civiello, Bob Hansen, Don Boulden, Iohn Chapman, Neil Hansen. LE CBR LE FRA CAI French club members Wrap Christmas presents for French orphans. First row: Kathleen Fields, Karen Hyloerg, Peggy lack- son, Susan Sheppard, Nancy Nixon. Second row: Marcia Kirkwood, Peggy Levora, Ann Lagerguist, Eugenie Madden. Third row: Wayne Palmer, lack Reinold. First row: Pat Schneider, Pat Scheidt, Dana Wachhold, Melinda Whyte, Virginia Ready, Gloria Revilla, lan ' ' ' " A ' S h Nanc Pedersen, Nancy White, Ann Willeford, Ellen Richmond, lan Mitchell. Second row. Linda tep ens, y Schatz, Linda Wagner, Merle Sons, Sharon Roth, Mary Ann Schaffer, Io Ellen Sherman, Donna Chadwell, Pat Smith. Third row: Bill Reeve, lack Reinold, lohn Shehadey, Murray Richtel, Tony Taylor, Tom Snedeker, Larry Schiller, Bill Warren, lim Renning, Dennis Widman. LE ER LE PRA CAI cuirurini nun soctni FOUNDED 1948 PAUL KINZEL SpOl'1SOI' The French Club helped to sponsor the an- nual Mardi Gras Dance and aided an orphan- age in France by sending Christmas gifts. The fall officers were lan Mitchell, president Dennis Widman, vice president, Ann Lager- quist, secretary, Annilee Erickson, treasurer Melinda Fairchild, historian. The spring officers were Ann Lagerquist, president, Deanna Ball, vice president, Melin da Fairchild, secretary, Virginia Ready, treas urer, Pat Scheidt, historian. Presidents lan Mitchell and Ann Lagerquist. ' M dclen loan Mathias Peggy lackson Karen Hy- First row: ludy Martin, Tamra Koermer, ludy Knapp, Eugenie a , , , berg, Kathleen Field, lune Masuda, Marcia Kirkwood. Second row: ludy Peckinpah, George Fries, Don Hitzl Frank Marlcarian, Peggy Levora, Yvonne Mason, lanita Lewis, Carl Kimball. Third row: Roger Beer, Bob Couly Pete Mehas, Charles Bird, lohn Markovich, Wayne Palmer, Roger Nuttall. First row: Mary Awtry, Alexis Szechenyi, Anna Fried, Bobbi Thormann, Diane Bleidistel, Alan Elia, lim Russell ' bb Al M ll Ton' Blair, Marilyn Girodo lvor Hoffman, Iaye Bebensdorf, Betty Aved. Second row. lohn Ti s, rana u er, 1 Tom Whitling, Don Klotz, George Sessions, Dick Saaf, Third row, Norval Simms, loe Weigandt, Iohn Roehl lack Whitling, Bill Cornish, Tom Hill, lack Biehl. GERMAN CLUB GCBfllflll LQDGUHGG CLUB Founded l95U PETBA KUHL sponsor The highlight of the German Clubs yearly ac- tivities is a Christmas dinner held in conjunction with other German clubs in the city. Diane Bleidistel and Toni Blair shared honors as presidents for the fall and spring semesters, re- spectively, Other officers during the year were Bobbi Thormann, Mary Claire Awtrey, and Alexis Szechenyi. pumwunllili W., 5 President Toni Blair German students show what the tourist may find in Germany. l-irst rowi Gretchen Gonser, Mary Lou Parker, Patsy Merris, Luana Taylor, Anne Hunsaker, Peggy Clark, Tamara Koerner, Theafaye Siria, Marilyn Boyd, lean Laughlin, Charlotte Maranian, Bev Van Natta, Virginia Bitters, Nancy Aten, Liz Cabell. Second row: Karlyn Aires, Mary Ellen Moreno, Iackie Pearson, Carole Hawkins, Arleen Chelstron, Pat Paquette, Carol Ng, Ann Edgerly, Nancy Heath, Angie Rutigliano, Darlene Trafican, Ieannine De Matteis, Anna Kinoian, Iudy Hill, Pat Golden. Third row: Donna Linguist, Mary Ann Schaffer, Arlene Neuman, Rosemary Grenfield, Ianice Matthews, Iudy Parker, Sherin Both, Dalynor Russell, Pat Horn, Phyllis Boyd, Dorothy Kooyumjian, Marlene Mahlou, Carol Gregg, loan Seltzer, Fourth row: Dale Misclevitz, Carol Marler, Roberta Payne, Ianet Payne Norman Fry, Bette Bedford Cassy Tahl, Carol Sea S d C , , ver, an y arter, Annette Goerlich, Susan Verble, Peggy Chinn, loan McHenry, Carole Ogbourne, Ann Alford, Frances Farina. EDUCATIO CLUB socisi EOUNDED 1955 HAMPTON SAWYEBS ELIZABETH lNGLES sponsors The Education Club is a social organization open to all students who are interested in the teaching field. Guest speakers are invited to meetings to ac- quaint the members With Various phases of the education World. Many ot the members are enrolled in the pre-teaching course, which is designed to X ' give students some actual experience, Carol Marler, spring president, and Anoie Rutigliano, fall president. Education Club members become acquainted With teaching methods. in . 5 r lim Kufis, Gordon Dunn, loe Russell, Bill Dale, Dennis Metzler DRAFTSM N SCCIRL HRD GDUCHTIORQL FOUNDED l952 Mike Weaver and Dale Bray, vice presidents GEORGE FREI sponsor , The main project of the Draftsmen for the last three years has been to teach f the cit hospitals all types of drafting patients o y . Other activities include an annual fishing trip, a semi-annual potluck dinner, and a yearly ball game with the Engineers. The fall officers were Ken Davis, president, Ken Weaver, vice president, Charles Fairfield, secretary, lim Kufis, treasurer, and Don Beldon, sergeant at arms. The spring officers were Ken Davis, president, Dale Bray, vice president, Mike Weaver, secretary, and lim Kufis, treasurer. M t Roberts Richard Poznoff limmy Roberts, Alan Coenell, loe First row: Thomas Garr, Stanley Gordon, ary , , Russell, Richard Baird, Richard Warren, Dale Bray, lim Kufis, Second row: Dick Bath, Dennis Metzler, Buss Helm, ar Cawger Dennis Freeman, Kenny Davis, Don Beldon, Vernon Bonner, Doug McSWeyn, Bill Reece, Charles . Third row: Ward Smith, Ioe Weigandt, Paul Holsinger, Richard Pelton, Bob Opple, Craig Mike Weaver, lohn Richert, Wayne Alexander. Fourth row: Bill Lamb, Ronald Rasmus- ,ald Shaw, Rex Simmons, Bill Dale. G Y , Fairfield, Gary Cooke Kiggins, Fred Maeder sen, lohn Sanders, Ger Q55 lx f' f Radio members prepare for a test. RADKD CLUB socmt ann Qoucfmonnt President Dave Ursenbach and Vice President Paul Verlinde. FOUNDED 1948 R. E. FARGASQN sponsor Membership in the Fresno High Radio Club is open to anyl student interested in radio. One of the club's social events is a potluck dinner held annually Dave Ursenbach, presidentg Paul Verlinde, vice presidentg lack Ribarich, secre- tary, and Ioe Berendsen, treasurer, led the groups activities. Ben Starr, Bill Sirrnan, William Gaines, Iirn McKelvey, Ioe Berendsen, Chuck Bird, Don Yeaman, Paul Verlindi lack Ribarich, Dave Ursenbach. ' L3 First row: Kay Alexander, Luana Taylor, Ann Edgerly, Nancy Nixon, Iudy Hoyer, Linda Weerns, Marjorie Far rens, Patty Hayden, Marcia Fisher, Carol Ng, Barbie McMurtry, Darlene Wimer, Barbara Murray. Second row Merle Sons, Susan Sharp, Mary Gendusa, ludy Robinson, Pepper Parr, Nancy Kerr, Sharon Hussey, Gloria Revilla, Carol Hawkins, Barbara Creighton, Donna Dewhirst, lerri Carroll, Cynthia Krous. Third row: Caroline Kyle, Ann Walls, Rita Mollison, Bette Bedford, Marilyn Nikkel, Lizzie Zilch, Zelda Murphy. MQDER DANCE CLUB SCCIHL FOUNDED l95l NAIDA WALDO sponsor The Modern Dance Club presented dance numbers for various school functions. The stellar production of the club was Spring Fantasy, the spring dance program. The fall officers were Marilyn Nikkel, president, Carol Ng, Vice president, Sharon Hussey, secretary, Rita Mollison, treasurer, and lerri Carroll, historian. Carol Ng as president led the cabinet of spring of- ficers, Other officers were Rita Mollison, vice presi- dent, Marilyn Nikkel, secretary, ludy Hoyer, treas- urer, and Nancy Kerr, historian. . T! 4 ., Presidents Marilyn Nikkel and Carol Ng Dance club members rehearse for a program. First row: Toni Kimele Iudy Kernph Sharon Roth Pepper Parr Mary Alice Sexton Sall Cunliffe Mel S 1 1 1 1 1 Y 1 Te 01151 Toni Blair, Brenda lohnston, Frances Yeazell, Linda lacobs, Marcia Lynch, Donna Dann. Second row: Susan Guerrard, Billie Hand, ludy La Feber, Marsha Dainty, Dorothy Hobson, Sue Brown, Sandy Neff, Carolyn Gordon L' d ' ' ' ' in a Marchant, Arlene Hodge, Pat Rossi, Irene Carey, ludy Knapp, Third row: Ann Boradori, Linda Parkerl Charlyn Mitchell, Iudy Martin, Nancy Nixon, Claudia Andresen, Marcia Fisher, Deborah Gonsalves, Elaine Par- nagian, ludy Hughes, Donna Dewhirst, Kathleen Fields. SYNCHRG ETTE swimming FOUNDED l955 HLL LEACH Sponsor TOr1iB1C1ir,MCrrShC1 DOfir1tY,C111d Lindcrlflcobs, Founded in the fall of 1955, the Synchronettes offered girls a chance to enjoy swimming while learning skills in preparation for demonstrations and swim shows. The Synchronettes, in their one piece black swim suits, performed for the student body in a spring swim program. Synchronette officers Marsha Dainty, president, Toni Blair, vice presi- dent, and Linda lacobs, treasurer, led the activities of the Fresno High School mermaids. The Synchronettes practice an outstanding maneuver. -lg -W 1' -V l LE- -lx A 4. .Y f--xr-"'A-J' A,fv-,QA-f, ff . iv-, V ' ' 'C' Q - -JLM..-wvexfr lb- ,Y p,a.gi.,Q,V,,i 1113244 d F' ulti Carol Lee Valerie Anderson, ludy First row: Gaye Inaba, Gloria Driggs, Claudia Andresen, lu y rig , , Angelo, Iudy Martin. Second row: Marcia Cooper, Ioyce Pearson, Carol Neumann, Ioan McKenry, Ioan Mathias, Annilee Erickson, Carol GreQQ, Annette Goerlich. WARRI RETTE scrioor sprsrr FOUNDED 1956 NANCY MADDEN sponsor The Warriorettes Were organized early in l95E5 to pro- mote school spirit by performing at assemblies, rallies, ' d t ' teen and athletic events. The group, compose o six ' l o ened its ranks to new members by try- junior gir s, p outs in late spring. Marcia Cooper, president, and Claudia Andresen, treasurer, were the officers ot the group. bfv.. . Carol Lee, Marcia Cooper, Ioyce Pearson, Iudy Frigulti ' t'ne. and Claudia Andresen demonstrate a rou 1 Marcia Cooper, president, and Claudia Andresen, treasurer r l ' l 3 f ' 5 a , he Usherettes greet patrons at the door. Presidents Pat de Gallery and Linda Cramer. U HERETTES sssvice EOUNDED l955 BEVERLY HEATH IOYCE STEWART SIDOHSOIS The Usherettes were organized in the tall ot l95 5 to assist the school by ushering at various school functions such as the class plays, musical events, and school sponsored programs, First row: Theaiaye Siria, Darlene Smith, Iudy Baker, Sue Chandler, lulie Kagle, Mary Ann Zetz, Pat de Gallery, Mary Buggieur, Ann Hunsaker, Kathy Von Sosten, Sandra Baldridge, lean Laughlin. Second row: Leslee Waight, Phyllis Boyd, Susan Sharp, Ann Zelhart, Sally Miles, Ian Charshof, Ianet Zetz, Dorothy Kooyumjian, Iudy Hill, Linda Cramer, Betty Martin. Third row: lane Moller, Delwynne Skotland, Marilyn Obwald, Io Ann D'Arnbrosia, Linda Wagner, Cheryl Linxwiler, lanice Payne, lanet Payne, Gloria Goodwin, Pat Feliz. - ? A few new steps. President Diane Beatty. PRESNCD HIGH DANCE CLUB SOCIQL POUNDED 1955 y BENA HCDOVBB sponsor The club provides instruction, practice, and fun to all those who enjoy dancing. Fall officers were Gaylene George, Ann I-lunsalcer, Billie lean Trout, Diane Beatty, Bob Gra- ham, and lohn Coffman. Spring officers were Diane Beatty, Iames Leroy, Sherrie Schmidt, Ioyce Bebensdorf, Bonnie Weyant, Charlie Fairfield, Larry Cross and Ann l-lunsaker. Bob Graham, Homer Lee, Diane Beatty, Billie lean Trout, Ann Crawford, Ioy Rebensdorf, Sherrie Schmidt, Larry Cross, Iohn Coffman, lames LeRoy, RoseMary Greenfell. vi First row: Marjorie Farrens, lean Abe, Edith Lovejoy, Sharon Cummings, Carol Vann, Claudia Andresen, Iudy Ebert, Delores Spence, Peggy May, Gloria Guzzo, Sandy Lowery. Second row: Marilyn Silva, Bette Ann Iones, Carolyn Silva, Rita Mollison, Francie Kopman, Iackie Bevins, Norma Sligh, Iudy Frei, Christine Berglund, Brenda Gaddes, Iudy Imhof. TURE BUSINESS LEADER QE AMERICA socinr Business CLUB POUNDED 1952 BARBARA WATSON MARGARET PHILLIPS SpOI'1SOl'S Students Who are interested in a future in the business World are offered an opportunity to investigate some of the fields by participating in this business club. Programs, featuring speakers from community businesses, field trips, picnics and potluclcs are some of the activities of the group. The club officers were Iean Abe, president, Ieanne Peterson, vice president, Sharon Cum- mings, secretary, and Edith Lovejoy, treasurer. Looking over business opportunities? Officers Sharon Cummings and lean Abe. Et First row: Bob Fraulob, Bill Sirman, Ben Starr, Iohn Adams, William Gaines, Ron Worthley, Dick Riley, Fred Lit- ten. Second row: Charles Freeman, Iim Chine-llo, Ierry Meyer, Charles Freeman, president, and Dick Riley, vice president. KT G PINS SOCIHL QTTD GDUCQTIOTTQL FOUNDED 1953 MATT CHAIN BILL BATN SIDODSOTS The King Pins, the Fresno High School club tor automobile enthusiasts, provides an out- let tor an exchange ot auto news and improve- ments. The club helps to set up a safety run tor King Pins members and other car owners. The officers ot the club were Charles Free- man, president, Dick Riley, Vice president, Rob- ert Fraulob, secretary-treasurer, and Terry Meyer, public relations director. An operation gets under way. First row: Bob Cunningham, Marianne Ricks, Ianis Silver, Rita Comeau, Mary Gendusa, Pepper Parr Doug Yo shida, Alan Elia, Alan Hopkins, Don Nicholson, Nan Williams, Helene Krawll, Dennis Widman Irm Renning Sec ond row: Sandy Carter, Blanche Larsen, Charlanne Gorham, Annette Goerlich, Carol Seaver Susan Goodwin Donna Pedroncelli, Mary Awtrey, Sally Andrews, ludie Tradewell, Io Sherman, Gil Yoshida Third row Rick Gregory, Bill Wayte, Pete Cooper, Iim Hughes, Ioe Weirick, Don Edeli, Iohn Martin, Ron French Dick Hughes Rod Adams, Bill La Feber, Charley Tingey, Don Boulden. FRESN HIGH CHCGL KI CLUB SOCIHL HDD IRSTRUCTIVQ FOUNDED 1955 TOM WOOD sponsor Ski enthusiasts got together in the fall ot 1955 and organized a ski club for Fresno High School. The group has made trips to Badger Pass for ski parties. Alan Brooks, Pete Cooper, and Rick Gregory, competed in the Flying Fifty, a downhill race. Bill La Feber was the club president. Cther officers were Don Edeli, Vice president, Mari- anne Ricks, secretary, Bill Wayte, treasurer, and Pete Cooper, sergeant at arms. Getting ready for some ski time, Bill La Feber and Don Edeli, president and vice president X UQ , it ' My W 71 Q X fa 4 2, , 4 agp ,,::,, .1 ,W 'IQ ,lakh ' 'WWW GEORGE BARSTOW, end Captain, Madera game All City Football Team BOB BARTRUM, end Captain, Paso Robles game All City Football Team CLIFF BEAGLE, fullback , -1 U 1? WARRICRS ,MW ,,,, 7, CHUCK CHRISTMAN, halfback Captain, Merced game x3 DEL BERN, haltback All City Football Team fl o,.o l an , an X J 1 it 2 L f 1 1 X y K 'f igs 4.t'e Y ff' f l' ' l if Q E - Ltaavlf' ' fi FRANK ELLER, tackle ' BILL ERGO, center 1 LARRY FARRELL, "'Lifi'ff'aw,,+ ' R el !l,l gf ,fa I X f. ," gg 'Q :za . X flee- wa E 4 w l l tackle 'V '24 g 1 fi 5 Q I t F' if WR 4 Us A' ., 521, V. I N . 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LW , ,V Q if 4, af. f , ,, , 4 ,fr , I , V ,, , Z' X' I , 1 ,, .', , 1 , i or 1+ V' '- A - 4- V 2,5 L! -f K f- 4. 4 - ff-ff: - I , W QV-1, gif , V , . 4., , rm , ,Z VV 41, 9 Q 1 , , , ', az, ,Q ,ff Q f Y' ' A - , I 3,8 ,, ,f ,K . ...,, 924- 7V4'f7f fr . . x ' df ' , ' 7, ,., J , I kj f ' 7 , '-111, Z , gd !f . , f i V, yi V5 , g 4 1 ju , W 4" ' L, . ,f 1- 'fi 'f"' C , iii..-z. -f 16,71 ,, H, V W2 , HM NOWELL, end GENE OBERST, tackle MILT SHANNON, guard 1 ' DICK VAN GALDER, quarterback FLOYD WORKMAN, guard BILL WALLS, quarterback Captain, Roosevelt game and Football Carnival BILL WAYTE, halfback vi ,., t ' A lr f . f ...f NATE WORKMAN, hallbaclc All City Football Team BOWDEN YANKEY, tackle Captain, Mt. Whitney game fi 1,9 Q VAR ITY CURE Fresno High Qppm-lent Wiflflef Carnival 20 ---- - Chowchilla - - 13 8 - - Paso Bobles - - 13 U - - Madera - - 12 1 5 - - Merced - - 19 U - Bakersfield - 6 20 - - Mt, Whitney - - 12 19 - - Edison - 7 U - - Roosevelt - - 13 ERWIN GINSBERG, head coach Bill Walls runs interference for Rich Gunner in the football , Carnival. First row: Milt Shannon, Marty Mazzoni, Mike Weaver, Lewie Coles, Bill Flake, Bill Walls, Paul Mosesian, Floyd Workmon, Iirn Albracht, Bill Wayte, less Lujian. Second row: lim Nowell, lohn Martin, Dick Van Galder, Del Bern, lim Masini, Pete Mehas, Herb Franke, Bon French, Richard Gunner, lohn Kell. Third row: BQ,l:L,Bolton, Bill Holbrook, Frank Eller, Chuck Christman, Bob Bartram, Dan Baker, Bill Ergo, George Barstow, Cliff Beagle, Don Nowell, Ron Nowell, Bjlwiien Yankey, Larry Farrell, Lynn Rube, Bill Lamb, Gene Oberst. Bob Bartram is entering position for a tackle. Cliff Beagle is stopped on a Warrior drive. Barstow on an end sweep is stopped by high tackling defensive man, Chuck Christman, Don Nowell, and Bowden Yankee attempt to meet onrushing ball. p I 1 , Richard Gunner is finally Stopped by three Madera men. George Barstow receives the pigskin. Walls leads the drive as Beagle plows through. Bern lights oft unknown tackler on left end. sweep, First row: Dick Poznoif Charles Redell Car C , , y ower, Paul Myers, Charles Adanalicxn, Iohn Schahade, Don Bolden. Iohn Henricksen. Second row: Ron Rasmussen, Fred Maeder, Phil Schneider, Bolo Lee, Tony Taylor, lim Main, Stanley Clough, Mike MCCardle, Dennis Smith, Iim Vagim, Wayne Chapman. Workman slips around right end for an important gain. That all important half-time briefing. Bern tights for those last few yards. L L, a, .- Shaglfg SCORES Fresno Opponent l4 - - Clovis ---- l3 U - - Sierra - - 27 l 9 - - Tranquillity - - 38 28 - - - Dos Palos - - - 33 U - - - Laton - - 48 6 - - Madera IV's - 6 l9 - - Bullard - - 6 5 - Clovis IV's - 2l , Don First row: Dave Schrnidt, Al Hargis, Noel Turner, Doug Yoshida, Don Nicholson, Gary Kerns, Dick Loya Reynolds, Yoshio Fujiwara, Neal Yoshida, Buddy Arakelian, Gary Gustanian. Second row: Torn Garr, Bill Couch- man, George Wilson, Gary Cooper, Bob Haugh, Larry Beagle, Roy Abel, Ron Boust, Ierry Gaynor, Doug Knight, Bob Calderwood, Mike Stahm. Third row: Chuck Rubey, Bill Harris, Dick Ballow, Richard Bay, Iirn Maloney, Blair Pollard, loby Hadsall, Doug Nowell, Merrill Gold, Torn McCormick, Mgr, Whitling. B EGCTBALL SCORES Fresno Opponent U - - - Dos Palos - - - - 6 7 - - Madera - - 27 5 - - Merced - - l3 6 - - Bakersfield - - 20 O - - Mt. Whitney - - l9 l2 - - Edison - - 7 U - - Roosevelt - - l3 Gary Kerns starts his drive through the middle. Calderwood slips through in the lightweight game between Fresno High and Roosevelt. Everybody razzle-dazzle IACK ZIMMERMAN BILL BROWN RON NOWELL CLIFF BEAGLE VARSITY PRACTICE AND TOURNAMENT GAMES Fresno Opponent 4l ------- Woodloke ------- 20 38 - - Exeter - - - - - l7 32 - - Tulare - - - 20 25 - - Roosevelt - - - 25 59 - - - Clovis - - - 4U 48 - - F.S.C. Frosh - - 36 51 - - Reeclley - - 47 43 - - Delcmo - - 54 62 - - Reedley - - 33 65 ------- FSC. IV's - - - 47 57 ------ F.S.C. Frosh - - 68 DOUG WOODMAN 1 2 if WAYNE RINEHART KEN DOSE DICK GUNNER BASKETBALL Fresno Gpponent 53 - - - MT. Whitney - - - - 43 49 - - Edison - - - 58 71 - - Merced - - 44 GO - - Roosevelt - - 55 52 - - Morderd - - 54 65 - - Mt. Whitney - - 44 56 - - Merced - - - 34 59 - - Roosevelt - - 43 63 - - Mcrdero ------- 35 'Q BOB BARTRAM LARRY GAMBRILL DICK VAN GALDER GEORGE BARSTOW First row: Doug Woodman, Dick Van Galder, Dick Gunner, Bob Bartram, lack Zimmerman, Ken Dose. Second row: Coach Angelich, Wayne Rinehart, Bill Brown, Don Nowell, George Barstow, Cliff Beagle, Larry Gambrill, Manager Al Lantranco, Barstow goes up in the air for a try at the bucket. Don Nowell VAR ITY BA KETBALL Lee Angelich, varsity coach leaps high after the ball. Don Holve, coach. 1 Fresno scores again. tx rr B RA KRTRALL SCGRES Fresno Opponent 28 - - Mt. Whitney - - 24 35 - - Edison - - - 39 47 - - Merced - - 61 41 - - Roosevelt - - 34 58 - - Madera - - 24 44 - - Mt. Whitney - - 42 37 - - Edison - - GU 42 - - Merced - - 35 4U - - Roosevelt - - 39 44 - - Madera - - 37 Renning leaps for a goal. First row: George Wilson, Don Boulden, Gary Kerns, lim Santos, Iirn Renning, Doug Newell, lim Robinson. Second row: Don Holve, coachg Bob Calderwood, Torn Lahanas, Dick Bay, Iirn Maloney, Dennis Widrnan, letf Beaubier, Blair Pollard, Bill Warren, manager. 4 ! 4 ,.1.i...i, .git DEL BERN fielder RON BESOYAN third base SEASON SCORES Fresno Cpponent 5 - - Delano - - - - - 3 7 - Tulare - - l 15 - Central - - 6 14 - Clovis - - 5 8 - Clovis - - 1 1U - Redwood - 7 6 - Visalia - - 3 8 - Edison - - 7 9 - Merced - - 1 MARTY MAZZONI second base MAURICE LE BLANC pitcher M. ,d .. Q 1 1 -Q DUAN E LAUCK pitcher VARSITY OLLIE BIDWELL varsity coach ARCH O'RORKE second base BA ERALL DON RICKTER fielder SEASON SCORES Fresno 7 - - - Roosevelt 7 - - Porterville 3 - - Hanford 3 - - Madera - - Edison - - - - - Central - - - Roosevelt - - Madera 2 5 lg - - -Merced- - 23 NATE WORKMON' catcher LARRY TAVAREZ third base Opponent 5 U 4 2 - 9 2 8 5 l BILL WALLS llelder IACK ZIMMERMAN shortstop Fresno 2 - 2U - ll - 8 - 14 - 8 - 19- 13- Besoycrn slides inl THE VARSITY SQUAD- Pirst row: Ron Besoyan, Larry Tavarez, Arch O'Rorke, Marty Mazzoni, Tommy Burkrnan 16- -- The pitching staff--Dick Ellsworth, Duane Lauck, Maurice LeBlanc, Mike Urrizolo, Les Lusk JUN1oR VAR ITY SCORES Opponent Delano - - - 10 Tulare - - l Central - - l Clovis - - 2 Clovis - - 3 Redwood - - 6 Mt. Whitney - - 5 Edison - - - 2 Merced - - l Rich Gunner. Second row: Fred Rowley, mgr.g Bill Walls, Norte Workmon, Dave Biggerls, Don Richter, lack Zim- merman, Del Bern, Pete Mehas, mgr, Third row: Mike Urrizola, Dick Ellsworth, Maurice LeBlanc, Duane Lauck, Dennis Metzler, Les Lusk. l,' Mel Peterson, Coach BA EBALL , Richter beats the throw! SCORES Fresno Opponent 6 - - - Bullard - - - U 12 - - Roosevelt - - - 8 l5 - - Porterville - - - 8 8 - - Hanford - - 3 ll - - Madera - - U 5 - - Edison - - U 17 - - Central - - U 4 - - Roosevelt - - 3 ll - - Madera - l Walls heads for first, While Tavarez charges for second base. . IUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD First row: Louie Caglia, Willis Wash, Lynn Rube, lim Maloney, Glen Schmidt, Dick Van Galder. Second row: Melvin Hunt, mgr., lohn Moushigian, Chuck Srnith, Clyde Brough, Blair Pollard, Iirn Albracht, Ioby Hadsall, Iim Monteverde, mgr. PAUL WRIGGLESWORTH sprinter FRANK ELLER CLIFF BEAGLE weights, sprinter discus VAR 1TY BEST RECORDS 100 - - - Ioel Cegielski - - - 10.1 220 - - - Ioel Oegielski - - - 22.2 440 - - - Paul Wrigglesworth - - - 52.0 440 - - - Bill Wayie - - - 52.0 880 - - - Ieii Beoiubier - - - 2202.2 qw ,.qN W W.-5 mVM4 Wu Mile - - - - Bingo Orme - - - 430.9 IOE CEGIELSKI sprinter GEORGE BARSTOW CURTIS KEEDY high jurnp distance runner X GARY AVEDESIAN ' ' high and low hurdles ,'l . 1 K ff' I -f f" . . , 1 Q -.-uL..' .isiif " .. KEN DOSE shot put TRACK I-IH, - - Doyle Martin - L.H. - - Doyle Martin - BJ. - - George Barstow I-LI. - - George Barstow PV. - - Dave Wimmer Shot - - Frank Eller - - Discus - - Frank Eller - DAVE WIMMER pole vault as Q .L gVkXm f t rfgvp l . 5 WEHNW' BILL WAYTE distance runner - 15.0 - 20.2 - 2l'2" - - 6' - - 13' - 55'lO1f4" -162'21f2" Adfmgfig BINGO ORME distance runner CLARK MILLER sprinter, broad jump TOM TEMPLETON distance runner IEEE BEAUBIER distance runner -as A D VAR TTY M12 Paul Wrigglesworth and lim MacLean are the if FHS runners in this event. A ,f A ,Z X b Q R I 4' f Senior Doyle Martin takes the ,Kt1f,rg,1i.i 1 ' high hurdles in fine form. First row: Russ Foote, lack Biehl, Clark Miller, Iett Beaubier, Tom Barr, Tom Templeton, Arnold Iohansen Bob Cunn- ingham, Larry Miller, Richard Linder, Iohn Martin, Bill Wayte. Second row: Iim Vagim, Russell Harper: Sid Davis Richard Mueller, Ioe Cgielski, Buss Helm, Gary Avedesian, Mike Harding, Ron Richards, ton, Neal Stockton, Bill Brunton, Bingo Orme, Iohn Shahadey, Ie-rry Laval, Tim Daniels. Third row: Paul Wriggiesworth Iim MacLean Ken Dose, George Barstow, Frank Eller, Bob Dayton, Dave Wimmer, Ron owell, Dick Stanton, Doin Nowell, Clifi Beagle. 1 TRA K CROSS COUNTRY TEAM First row: Paul Wrigglesworth, Tom Barr, Tom Templeton, Aldo Marciochi, Curtis Keedy, Bill Tuck. Second row: lerry Wenrick, Neil Stockton, lack Biehl, Bingo Orme, Mike Harding, lim MacLean, Bob Dayton, Ieff Beaubier, Ron Buckalew. Russ Harper makes a mighty leap in the loroad jump. Bob Dayton, Richard Stanton and Doyle Martin cross the hurdles in the city meet. ' , ,f First row: Al Vargas, Lewis Kisch, lack Maranian, Bob Calderwoocl, Charles Wright, Gary Avedesian, Curtis Keedy, lim Santos, Floyd Workmon, Tom Woodruff, Russell Foote, Tom Harris, Don Reynolds, Second row: Alan Hall, foe Sanders, lim Nelson, Bill Tuck, Iohn Rickart, Alan Cakes, Tom Templeton, Bon Buckalew, Clark Miller, Pat Civiello, Tom Nealy, Alvin l-largis, Bill Couchman, Gil Yoshida, Thrid row: Tom Morradich Ed Carr, Dennis Iayne, Bob Opple, Gary Becker, Richard Poulter, lerry Wenrick, leff Beaubier, Roger Dunham, Doug Knight. C ASS B TR CK lUO - ZOO - 880 - l32O - l-ll-l, - LH. - I-H. - Bl. - Shot - PV. - PV. - Discus BEST BECGBDS Clark Miller - - Clark Miller - leff Beaubier - Tom Templeton Gary Avedesian Gary Aveolesian Ieff Beauloier - - Clark Miller - - - Ed Carr - - - lack Maranian lim Nelson - - Roger Dunham - - Curtis Keedy, distance man, crosses the finish line. l -12 - lO.4 - 20.4 2103.0 -3125.1 - 9.2 - l8.4 A 5'7" 2l'l1f2" 48'2" - lU' - lU' - l25' ,Q f ,f ' , ' if ii , f I. Dave Wimmer, Class A vaulter, clears the bar. ,,,,,,M,f,,ff, ,f , 1 'ff' f f 'ffy,,f,?,ff M4 WW ,ff Bob Cunningham, Class A vaulter clears the bar with room to spare. Hurdlers lohn Baird, Neil Yoshida and lohn Richards compete with city rivals in the annual meet. Iohn Valentino lets the discus fly in the Class C division. . ..'.,.., l, - , ., .Hi , -.. ,.., . ....- ...M .-, .,.. LASS A TRACK 75 - 120 - L.1-1 560 - Discus Shot - RV. - Bl. - 1-1.1. - BEST RECORDS lohn Baird - - lohn Baird - - Neil Yoshida - Bill Spencer - Iohn Valentino lohn Richards - Neil Yoshida - Richard Martin Scotty Cfovette - 8.5 - 13.4 - 14.5 1:31.6 94'8" 36'7" - 10' 17'lO" 5'1" First row Tom Baird, Neil Yoshida, Bill Carstens, larnes Bullock, Richard Martin, Charles Ewing. Second row: Iohn Reifert Charles Mosesian, Iohn Richards, Scotty Govette, Bill Spencer, Lonnie Phelps, Steve Brooks, Tony lohnson, lohn Valentino. Swimmers Dale Misclevitz, Phil Pierson, Qx . ' - . ' '-x ,,Y 71, , W, ,, , , BGY WIM TEAM SWIM SCORES Alex Nordholm, and Cal lohnson fclass AD Fresno Op1OOHe1'1l 64 - - - Sanger - - - l9 72 - - S.l.M. - - - - ll 74 - Selma - -- - lU 64 - - Roosevelt - - 22 CClass Bl 74 - - Sanger - - 1U 7l - - S.l.M. - - 6 68172 - - Selma - - l5lfg 58 - - Bullard - - l7 53 - - Madera - - 32 49 - - Roosevelt - - 40 NGRTH YGSEMlTE MEET El-l.S. Rl-l.S, Madera A's - ll5 - - 85 - - - U B's - 99 - - 76 - - 54 They're offl First row: Vic Manzullo, Bill Becker, lohn McCubbin, Leland Stephenson, Eddie Davies, Ierry Gaynor, Bill An- derson, Phil Austin, Dick Saaf, Wayne Palmer, Ken Hatch, Pete Van Gelder, Steve Brooks, Chuck Polley, Tom Whitling, lack Whitling. Second row: Richard Railey, managerg Howard Gaynor, Doug McSweyn, Bruce Cam- loern, Dick Ballow, Roger Nuttal, Bob Couly, Richard Phelen, Charles Alstrom, Keith Bush, Pete Ghormley, Bob Strong, Bill Bixman, lim Palmer, Dennis Widman, Roy Havenhill. Third row: lack Skadden, coachg Pat Smith, ha . A . . , i I Cal lohnson, Steve C Edeli, Rale Misclevitz, rlesworth, Fritz Schwarz, lack l-lolstein, Bob Astone, Phil Pierson, Alex Nordhol'n Don Vreeland, Tillitson Key, Bill Bischoff, Dave Griffin, manager. 12? GIRL WIM TEAM MARY JANE LEACH, Coach Splashl And four rnerrnaids are dow the lanesl SWIM SCORES Fresno Opponent 65 - - Sanger - - - IU 54 - - S .I.M. - - 24 68 - - Selma - - 7 45 - - Bullard - - 21 62 - - Madera - - I4 60 ---- Roosevelt ---- I5 NORTH YOSEMITE MEET Fresno Roosevelt Madera IO4 - - - 64 - - - 26 Octavia Reid demonstrates a graceful dive. First row: lean Schilling, Toni Greene, Carol Seaver, Marsha Nettleton, Octavia Reid, Brenda Barnard, Barbara Campbell, Ieannine Surnrners, Donna Pedroncelli, Ioan Gomez. Second row: Dianne Beatty, Kay Van Winkle, Susan Verble, Peggy Porter, Adele Bridge, Mary Claire Awtry, ludy Robinson, Lynn Darby, Susan Hill. Third row: Annette Goerlich, Melinda Fairchild, Anne Willeford, Susie Laurie, Iudy Rimrner, Sidne Berry, Sally Cranrner, Iackie Breck- enridge. ' Z BCXING The intramural boxing program was clirnaxed by a ten bout program lanuary 25 in the gym. Each. bout consisted of three one-minute rounds. Charles Howell, senior, was named the outstanding boxer ot the event. Al Hargis leads with his left against Al Vargas. rx N 1 Dick Shore and Charles Howell Bolton wards off a hard right thrown mix it up. by lim Nowell. Charles Howell receives the trophy for the outstanding boxer frorn Hans Wiedenhoeter, the referee. JPN Toby Lawless, boxing coach l 1 l 40' 1 WEE TLT G Fresno Opponent 4 - - - Roosevelt ---- 4 U 12 - Madera - - 37 l l -W Tulare - 37 26 - - Hanford - - 21 34 - - Corcoran - - 6 9 - - Roosevelt - - 35 7 - Madera - - 33 l9 - Tulare - 27 27 - - Hanford - 21 22 - - Corcoran - - 2l Neil Yoshida gains a top position in the lightweight division. VVRESTLING TEAM First row: lim Nelson, Larry Leos, lim Roberts, Leland Stephenson, Larry Nehring, Ed Davies, Howard Gaynor, Neil Yoshida, Martin Roberts. Second row: Norman Kohl, Mel Tucker, Charles Mosesian, Paul Torres, Bob Knott, lack Honstein, Takao Oto, Bob Au- bery, Richard Poulter, Iohn Valentino, Third row: Gordon Dunn, Dennis Fey, Larry Tone, Bill Couchrnan, Ed Carr. Fourth row: Mgr, Frank Franko, Paul Mosesian, Ierry Lewis, Don Warnhot, Dave Warnhoi, Lynn Rube, Mike Harding, A r n ol d Iohansen, Doug Knight, Frank Rankin, Mgr. Les Lusk. Robin Rush, Wrestling coach Mosesian is on the verge oi that all important pin. TENNIS S QUAD First row: ludy Hughes, Ruth Lewis, Arline Hodge, Hollie Iohnsey, Ioyce Sheppard, Dana Wachhold. Second row: Pepper Parr, Betsy Cornwell, Kathleen Rogness, Nancy Alexander, Malta Iacobsen, Carol Ward. Third row: Bill Donaghy, Bill Marrs, Torn Lahanas, Iirn Hughes, Dick Nance, Charles Seaver, Fred Knudsen, Dave Ehlers, Arthur Dunn, Don Mcliillop, Tom Haverty. Lahanas and Alexander team up for a match. Knudsen gets ready for action. Dorothy Tubbesing, coach. TENN S Fresno Opponent 8 - - - Merced - - - 2 8 - - Madera - - 'Z 2 - - Roosevelt - - 8 9 - - Merced - - l 8 - - Roosevelt - - 2 9 - - Madera - - 1 2 Merle Martin, instructor Greiner swings! GULF Fresno Opponent 6 - - East Bakersfield - - 30 30 - - Roosevelt - - 33 l - - Merced - - 35 30 - - Roosevelt - - 5 2 - - Merced - - 34 l2 - - East Bakersfield - - 24 That all-important concentration! GOLFERS Richard Warren, Lee Greiner, Murray Richtel, Sherode Powers, Ken Scott, Doug Lapins, Dick Mills, Ken Hopper, Haig Surabian, Frank Markarian, Bob Rathbone, Bill Reeve. CADET The Fresno High School cadet unit, which is affiliated with the California Cadet Corps, acguaints its members with military procedures and training. The cadets partici- pate in parades, drill competition, and rifle matches Master Sergeant Vern Iohnson reports to the commandant. drill competition. The cadets practice for the annual spring Ready for inspection, the ranks stand at attention. Eyes front, at attention, ready for review. CQRP The cadets were ted during the year by Captain Tom White, senior, and Cornmandant Donovan I-Iolve. Bob Eaton, executive officer, Richard He-agy, first sergeant, Don McGugin, supply clerk, and Norman Fry, company clerk were the office staff. Cornrnandant Holve returns a salute. With rifles raised, cadets sight in. I ,,,,.M.v., ff gp, w I 1 . , Q - aw , 1.-.,f.-.,a,,n.r.+W':-1'LvL f , - , ' . , I A , V- - v 1 if, W V ' f-UML n ' " 21 K 'L -my 'WPWK - H 'Q-s'2.,,glf:-E 3u5gf?f1fl'l- lil-lf, Iii k ,..-r , 1 1 14- Y, A1.nnnn'wfm'-Q:-4 chili?" Rl .A Y -1-u-nm., 1 , 'fuer' . gf .:. f 'rf J gn-r'.,. " ' ...fs-k it f V 4, X f Y ' ,, X ,,'ffZfif,f' , vi 1 Q: wh? nf , ,f , , fffff' .ff,fWwf,f,"' , ,w,f,fuwzfZ?ff'4:,fw.fQ, ', , fffngf '4 K 1 2 D at if if V' ,ggf,f.'!w f ff 1 IUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Melinda Fairchild, Susan Hill, Shirley Acosta, Marsha Neitleton, Billie Hand, Brenda Barn- ard. IUNIOR VOLLEYBALL TEAM Brenda Barnard, Ioanne Iackson, Charlanne Gorham, Sandy Carter, Shirley Acosta, Peggy Chinn, Melinda Fairchild. A GIRLS SPCDRT SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM Ioan Gomez, Vicky Parker, Diane Fleming. Diane Erlich, Linda Parker, Deborah Gon- salves, Marion Brase. SENIOR VOLLEYBALL TEAM First row: Carol Ward, Nancy Alexander, Iune Masuda, Ieannine DeMatteis, Darlene Trafican, Gwenie Bell, Bobbi Thormann. Second row: Sherri Whitt, Myrna Markarian, Doralee Otter, Carol Markler, Carol Gaus, Myrna Long, Dianne Beatty, Laura White, Deann Kruse. SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM First row: Cheryl Reynold, Ann Richards, Iudy Watson, Sharon Goldstein, Phyllis I-Iarnblin. Second row: Donna Brown, Beverly Fadenreit, Iirnmie McBride, Brenda Gaines, Iudy Kimmery, Marilyn Bancroft, Barbara Downing. SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM First row: Iudy Lisan, Beverly Duncan, Loretta Erickson, Shirley Wilson, Georgia Arosteguy. Second row: Bertha Bryant, Carole Bishell, Iackie Blevins, Rosemary Taber. '-6 SOPHOMORE VOLLEYBALL TEAM First row: Pat Cobb, Pat Rossi, Ioan Parreant. Second row: Melinda Whyte. Liz Tabacas, Iudy Peckinpah, Diane Mc- Closkey. tjl... SENIOR SPEEDBALL TEAM First row: Bobbi Thormann. Second row: Deann Kruse, Muriel Hurlburt, Gwen Bell. Third row: Myrna Markarian, Sher- ri Whitt, Carol Gaus, Carol Marler, GIRLS SPORT Aff BOY I TRAMURAL TEAM BASKETBALL Kneeling: Iaclc Zimmerman, Mike Noakes Standing: Tom Burkman, Larry Gambrill, VOLLEYBALL ' lim Santos Kneeling: Bill Walls, Bill Wayte Standing: Bonnie French, Duane Lauck, loe Weirick, Marty Mazzoni FOOTBALL PING PONG A Al Goldberg Kneeling: George Sarantos, Dave Bern Standing: lerry Schilling, Dennis Meizler, Mike Noakes, Chuck Smith SOFTBALL TEAM CAPTAINS Kneeling: George Sarantos, Dennis Metzler, Bonnie French Standing: Phil Tews, lack Reinold, Fred Kniidsen, Paul Mosesian X EQWQQQ W W7 EX.,-v N5 A W 2 'ML Sclweidjr ' XX 1 , f , I A ff. X. F , gf: W in Vu f v I 'xfff psy! git, 4? 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L .NJ I I Q Yr A 1 ef , 4 if f fm .IW f ,Q ,1 ,, . , 2 1 , I K, ,l m Kg, 4 in A, mi 2 .f 4' Us f kxxmh A Q' , 'fi yf ff ' y! f ff A A! f Vyn X Z , H43 f, ,, A . 3 f 2 r , f Q WW .W WWW f R , 1, , 1 if ffff W 57 XZW f my f if ff ,4 Q 3 ,A ,I ? Z5 5 1, D 's mf W Q Z f ' u V ,, K I 4 ff Aff 3512? 5 ' jg, zf 71, a 5 ff W 'ZH' H ,,.,.,-f yi W 4 v,, Zu! 'R gi, A Q E df Xa E X sf J MAINTENANCE AND CAFETERIA First row: -Gladys Williams, Vicki Cfaro. Second row First row: Opal Bryant, Violet Scarbery. Second row: Mike Rachel Whlleheaaf Edna Roche, Chas Swengelf SYIVIQ Reynolds, Don Burns, Bowen Bay, Leonard Villane, Third Tumerf Beulah Combs- row: Ira Kress, Henry Hubert, Leslie Hollis, Fred Summers, Al Berg, Melvin Phelps, Lloyd Rutherford, Iohn Quick, Ben Sanders. MAI TENANCE A D AFETERIA SPRING CAFETERIA COMMITTEE First row: Inaba, Van Natta, Howell, Cobb, Shingledecker, Hartman, Kohl, Whitehead, Cun- litfe, Iohnson, Cobb, Stephens, Iohnston, Second row: Martin, Anderson, Alexander, Carter, Blair, Maher, Cole, Reid, Temple, Hartwick, Grace, Ashby, I-Iunsaker, Kirkwood. Third row: Kay, Croits, Irvine, Edeli, Charlesworth,Wayte, Adams, Marsella, McKillop, Broderson, Edwards, Laval, Bischoff. Fourth row: Misclevitz, Reynolds, Scott, Pierson, Wick. FALL CAFETERIA COMMITTEE First row: Herbert, Boghosian, Anderson, Ste- phens, Kyle, Bell, Rutigliano, Edgerly, Scribner, Cobb. Second row: Neff, Barnard, Fries, Mc- Kenry, Chinn, Marler, Thompson, Iing, Cunliffe, Temple, Lagerquist. Third row: Reynolds, Rush- ing, Hughes, Weiriclc, Wayte, Adams, Ehlers, Niklaus, Laval, 'E Q SPRING SOCIAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE First row: Scribner, Kohler, Gregg, Ste- phens, Silver, Fisher, I-Iunsalcer, Doll. Second row: Neuman, Barnard, Greene, DeMatteis, Breckenridge, Alexander, Wardlaw, Hussey, Third row: Lanfranco, Rush, Ehlers, Edwards, LaFeber, French, Laval, Iohansen. Fourth rowi Mollison, Irvine, Edeli, Schatz, 2 SPRING GROUNDS COMMITTEE First row: Carroll, Petropolus, Heath, Edgerly, Shute, Caldwell, Pearson, Rich- mond. Second row: Hartman, Walls, lo- hansen, Barnard, Acosta, Bloom, Mis- clevitz Third row: Ehlers, Reynolds, Nik- laus, Stanton, Baker, Griffin, Duckhorn, Merzon. TUDE T FALL SOCIAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE First row: McKillop, Wick, Adams, Knapp, Barnard, Alexander, Acosta, Tueller, Madden, Terzian, Ball, Martin, Widman. Second row: Edeli, Bischoff, Brodersen, Charlesworth, Misclevitz, Reynolds, Irvine, Laval, Rushing, Fair- child, Mitchell. FALL GROUNDS COMMITTEE First row: Inaba, Whyte, Hartman, Alex- ander, Nelson, Hussey, Bedford, Blair, Trafican, Abe, Kramer. Second row: Mc- Killop, Mosesian, Walls, Bischoff, Iohan- sen, Stanton, Duckhorn, Griffin, Merzon, I-Iolstein Cappleman. COMMITTEE STUDENT COURT Standing: Lantranco, Mosesian, Otter, Temple, Lagerquist, Tinker, Couly. Seat- ed: Levora, Barr, Bleistedel, Widman. FALL RALLIES AND ASSEMBLIES COMMITTEE First row: Barr, Greiner, Widman, Van Natta, Boradori, Slocum, Ball. Second row: Adams, Charlesworth, Edholm, Barnard, Awtrey, Tueller, lackson, Fair- child, Third row: Ehlers, Rush, Niklaus, Long, Greene, Biggers, ling. ' RALLEYMEN First row: Iohansen, Russell, Ross, Wid man, McKillop, Brodersen, Richter, Sec ond row: Adams, Verlinde, Astone, Rey nolds, Irvine, Rushing, Edeli, Biggers, SPRING RALLIES AND ASSEMBLIES COMMITTEE First row: Hansen, Greiner, Hawkins, Ale-Xander, Widman, Slocum, Bell, Thor- mann, Abe, Laughlin, Hussey, Nelson. Second row: Hartman, Fries, Neff, Kay, Marler, Thompson, Tueller, Trafican, Acosta, Fairchild, Iohansen, William- son. Third row: Walls, Seltzer, Shulen- loerg, Edwards, Adams, Niklaus, Big- gers, Cunningham, Buckalew, Laval. Fourth row: McKillop, Charlesworth, Duckhorn, Stanton, Irvine, Reynolds, Rush, ling. 0 f fffff f ffff r 515041 n Alii l , , llwuw, Q 1 Ni gif www I i WE Si e I rv!-, ,,T ii ima? nf 1, A? , XE 4 -49,55 f- 1 X X ,, .tri xx x Q A . W5 Q . . 1. X ,J . . Rxxiyp--'xxx gfwii f X -'L'g g F x -gig - ig. , k,,, Q Kwai? ,ww I ,Vk., M wx .EM .M ,W 3 www Hg X - Q13 V 'E f. y -xv :1 H., fi' , 2' , of ' ' , ,if V211 5245 . X . , V A4 X k 1 km' 1' AH, 6 M x Q M ll! S ffiffl . , ,K ' K XiEi Wg! R - 1 .X 5. L23 Y 1 -b , 5 Q Q 1 Q, X 'gil ' 3 L - . ...X-Q.8,f X Q tix. , M A.. - - f 4 . fNff fi f I' -gil D . Q k 0 :rf- 3 ' -xx K va- Xi. , . s ,fx -A x X Q W W' TIM pw N , 4, A Sf. xiimx my xiii K Rx qxgszx AQGH YW iixx 2 'LII April 19 ond 20 Fresno High ceie- xxx brorted the Fresno County Centenniol. Stu- "1" dents dressed in centenniol ottire ond the festivities were oiiinoxeot by on ossembiy ond CI western inovie. CQDTEIDDIQL DQY T QQ ! l 5 E i E 3 i s . i ii 2 Qfvf 1 A S 3 . Q95 k Nmwafv i it U 'UW 3 by Q in ' 1 --Q xv , 1, 44, Q f 1? JV? if 4 J A 4' QM I , Z X . fi,.W,L. . fi 1 . QQQA ff 7 Q -f ,,4-fff,.,-W5-' 4: ,fzjj 'f f f, - ' ,W kk.k , , f M I , ., ,yu f 4 fp. , Q 5 A V . , f , f 'f 1 , 'ffiifw X f ' 1,4 Q',f"ffa I f f X172 UW' ' V ' A ,EM ff ,M 3 S r 4 Z 2 1 f ,X 'as -QU The g y m n a- XXX slum was turned i n t O a "l1eave1'1ly" place, a Stairway to the Stars, complete with glitier- ing stars and beautiful girls. leri Mclilligalt was Crowned queen. IUHIGR-SQDIOR PROM ,, , . 77 ff? , V 7? Q 4, V M741 X 72617 V, ,if , V Mivigf, fa f f!!fAwfX,nf'!, fVfn" ff , XV , ffff ffwf, 1 Vw! 'wfw WH V ww Vi 'fVif?fVZwV2fzQfz ,fy Vywym .,y,Vfy,Vfff, ygfff ,f .f,g.,.,, ,W ,,.,,ffff,, ,, ,Q . 0, f, fwff, 4yy5f,,!yfff, gfzwff! f Soya? ffl I .- 1 M W V fp . WW ffm, AM ff' ' 'V f X ,f, f - ww : XV X 1 X X7 3 5 f W. , 6 1 Nvwwxfxxx. X fmwx NN f Q fm f 7 7 ,Ma A , 5. ,Q 'AV 7 , ' J , 'ff' ' V- fzf V 93 WWW l 0 f 1 1,5 'I lv PS' - fl A - QA ' 3 - o - Ai 4 SIGNING OUILS 'Sign my CWI," is the refrofin heard often during the lost few doys of school. x'Best wishes" ond "good luck" ore Written in numerous books. if 5 'bf-i ' -'iw -O v .,,-fa , f ft'- +L ll! I g g K One at the out- standing s e n i O r activities is the senior dinner. Here at the last gathering before graduation Owls are distributed and good- byes are said. SENIOR DINNER B u S Y fingers of twined the daisies into in e traditional X cliains for the gradua- tion Ceremony. The girls forined a lovely background for the graduation exercises, DHISY Cl-mill li fi 'T-Q-A f f 4 W V FF W AMEX A,fw'f"' f .iw '1 N . ,Af ,f - -, , " ,W-.yi -,vo 1 ' f K- 'M M, . , x fc- .' ,FLWQ-Sffvf. Q. .Q 1 3??ri' 'FA Af, 7.6 V K ' ' I yu! ' A ' " A L 'ZFX I Y , ' -' ' W ' JWCWW f ' . ' 'f' g, f 5, I KZ? x 'f iff' ' ' f ' ,' qi- " if , , sa-YNY x ff f f f"'ZWtff'7 M I ,,f2'9 W 71 I W 1 f 'W 'W ,, 1 f 4 720 f , ,, f yy 1 w,'7'47 , Wzfafff Q fff ff ff, ,mg ." ,, X ev 5, V if 371-A ' 5,2 . ig mmm, 'HMM MW ALMA MATER Our strong band can ne'er be broken Formed in Fresno l-ligh, Far surpassing Wealth unspoken, Sealed by iriendship's tie. Raise the chorus, speed it onward Till the hills reply, l-lail to thee, our Alma Mater, l-lail to Fresno High." When in future years We're turning Leaves oi memory, Then We'll iind our hearts returning, Fresno High, to thee. Raise the chorus, speed it onward Till the hills reply, l-lail to thee, our Alma Mater, l-lail to Fresno High." Fnst Row, L to R: W. Harmon, I. Yankey, I. Whitling, I. l-leiherington, D. Neal, I. Mulkey, I. Solo, VF. C-oodrnan, M. Shannon, E. Franke, T. McAllister. Second Row: A. Van l-loorebeke, I. Bousi, H. G-astanian, R. Rush, R. Martin, M. Martin, R. Greiner, E. Brown, N. Bondoc, M. Polley. Tlrind Row: I. Frigulti, P. Kinzel, Fl. Fozgason, E. Hegarty, P. Vlfimer, R, Hartlfl, A. Marciocbi, S. Paloojian, A. De Matteis, R. Heflin, Fourili Row: C. Bedell, P. Boradori, D. Bar- stow, G. Rogness, C. Peterson, R. Bay, D. Holve, D. Meizler, H. Sawyers, FIQESNC I-HCI-l SCl-ICDOL BQCDSTFIQS CI UB The Fresno High School Boosters Club, an organization composed of fathers and friends of students in Fresno High School, encourage the participation of students in inter-school sports, extra-curricular activities, music, and dra- ma, to promote better school spirit and school citizenship, to be of assistance to students and faculty in any way that will contribute to a heightening of morale in the school. First Row, L to R: E. Rebensdorf, K. Iurgenson, W. Saaf, I. Tufts, B. Starr, F. Morkarian, A. Asione, B. Boar, I. NVid- ECID, E. Dose, Dr. I. Thormann, C. Dayton. Second Row: A. Swanson, VV. Perry, WV. Taul, I. Manclevill, A. Shields, O. Schmitt, H. Surabian, E, Alstrom, O. Helm, I. Snedeker, V. Gunner. 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SMITH ' EUMPZ-INY SHANGHI LA 5260 WEST IO4TI-I STREET 339 BELMONT AVE. PHONE 4-2514 LOS ANGELES 45, CALIFORNIA CALDERWOOD'S PRINTING CO. FINE LETTER PRESS PRINTING PROMPT SERVICE - REASONABLE PRICES 2308 Tulare SI. Near M Across from The Pos? Office I I I I I is Come see our collection of separates and dresses SLATEH FURNITURE F YOSEMITE SHOPPING CENTER WE DO CUSTOM CLEANING 'I QUALITY FU RN ITU RE SINCE im UHANEE JULIUS CORNER VAN NESS 84 SAN JOAQUIN 906 VAN NESS Reg. IOC - Jumbo 2Oc Dogs Our Own Bar-B-Burger 25c REED 8 HELL DRIVE-IN WE SPECIALIZE IN ROOT BEER AND HAMBURGERS I 563 BELMONT AVE. I Il Congratulations from EIULLHH5 I S Specialist in Permanent Waving 4 I LILLIAN BACHMAN, owner YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR I Phone 3-5404 Fruit 8. McKinIey PHONE 4-0382 434 W. McKinley Fresno, Calif. ZENITH 1 PI-IILC0 1 MOTOROLA Flowers for aII Occasions UYMUNEI TV FLOWERS MAHTIN5 And SALES AND SERVICES 458 N. FULTON GIFTS 5OI BLACKSTONE PHONE 6-9644 Robert Soligon HOFFMAN - SYLVANIA - ADMIRAL Phone 6-9777 Reg. 6-1532 IBO C0055 RADIO AND HARDWARE HARDWARE AND APPLIANCES GARDEN TOOLS Dumonf 8K RCA Television I029 Belmonf Phone 2-4500 Fresno, Calif. Compliments of H. A. JACOBSEN, DISI. Agent FARMERS INSURANCE ERUUP jjVfQgfQYESi QIQVAQQVQIQQE IOiL.B5L2f3NT 3RD FLOOR, HELM BLDG. PHONE 4-2I52 570, 20 .gb-aiglt Maw Wm l9e.,,,L Eougif Clewokfd Sian Jn, Ode, Car. RUDIVIAN IIHEVRULET EU. I400 VAN NESS AVE. ERESNO IVIIZRINLEY VARIETY EUHHYS BARBER SHLIR NOTIONS - GIFTS - HOUSEWARE QUICK SERVICE 426 W. MCKINLEY ' PHONE 4-4273 CORNER OF FRUIT R MCKINLEY DUDS FOR LASS AND LAD LARGEST STOCK OF BICYCLES IN THE VALLEY EASTERN REASONABLE PRICES 1039 FULTON 833 BROADWAY APHONE 3-5621 ACCOUNTS INVITED ISI E '--'f. - ,-gnmuw,-nf? E Good luck ond good health 'ro you. Where- ever you go, remem' ber milk is your finest food ond you never oufgrow your need of it. For heolfh ond sfrenglhond good looks, get your doily supply of fresh, whole- some milk. Fresoos most modern dairy . . . locally 6 . Livsev-'Nc ,Rv vf owned, looally operated . . . PA 144 BELMONT FRESNO, CALIF. EUBH5 FUUD STUHE CHOICE MEATS BEST IN GROCERIES SELECTED FRUITS .gmarf Rauf? ana! AND Qzrkrmance foo VEGETABLES 2 8 5 I-L P. ' PALM-seieios PHONE 73000 Feesmo, cAoroRNiA CLILLECE PHARMACY gompdfe lining poem. ZILJ PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS jountain . I M RANCH RITCHEN ED TO FREE DELIVERY PHONE 3-2127 OPEN 24 HRS' 1429 NO. VAN NESS FRESNO, CALIFORNIA BI-ACKSTONE AT PRINCETON PH. 9-2505 ballet and speech arts 1918 ECHO PHONE 4-9791 OR 7-9788 THE BEST OF POWER TOOLS FOR HOME 84 INDUSTRY A. L. YUUNC MACHINERY CU. 538 BLACKSTONE PH. 3-9303 ARTISTIC CLEANERS LADIES' AND MEN'S ALTERATIONS REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS O 517 Wes? McKinley Phone 3-7944 Fresno, Calif. HLIRCE R SLINS MEN'S WEAR PHONE 8-3337 FRESNO 81 MERCED STREETS FRESNO, CALIFORNIA 183 L. E. BALLMEH APPLIANCE REPAIR 2440 STANISLAUS lBe1ween N 84 Ol FRESNO, CAl.lE. PHONE 2-43l0 Dees Shura Clinic Shoe Repair 84 Gifts Jewelery 8. Hosiery FTESHU Mall ghflp 441 wesi McKinley PHONE 2-5471 Arid Eafe H , W H A Be-sf Wishes, Class of 56 GEORGE MEl'l S, Prop. , SHERHILLS IEE EHEAM Complefe line of Founfain, Sandwiches, Lunches lF0'me'l7' Cochronlsl Regular Dinners, Steaks and Chops THE PLACE T0 GO TO GET GOOD lCE CREAM CORNER OF T585 Pfllm FRESNO AND VAN NESS R' W' SHERRM' Olfnef Alumnus - Class of 28 UWL AU TUP S!-XLESMEN HFS? Second ERIC RADONIVICH ROGER NYBERG MORGAN MUSIC FOR THE FINEST lN AUTOMATIC COIIN OPERATED PHONOGRAPHS T337 FRESNO ST. PHONE 6-279 I SALUTES FRESNO HIGH SCHOOL I84 USED CARS INSURANCE BAIINETT IIAII EU. LOANS 2424 STANISLAUS PHONE 6-065I FRESNO, CALIFORNIA FRESNCTS ITALIAN ISITIIHEN Ii I'IZZEHIAv FAMOUS ITALIAN PIZZA FEATURING HOMEMADE RAVIOLI ' . . ' FOOD TO TAKE HOME II27 Palm Neor Olive Telephone 4-I845 BETTY5 Qcwfz gem gawk EUFFEE SHUP ' GRAPHIC ARTS PRINTING CU. I575 PALM AVE. 523-25 Blocksrone Avenue Phone 4-3IIO TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU 445 W' MCKllXll'EY Your Friendly Neighborhood Shoe Srores 3038 NO' CEDAR AT FRUIT We Carry Nofionolly Aclverlised AT SHIELDS 2-3008 Shoes for The Enrire Family 7-66I 0 of Reosonoble Prices. A COMPLETE LINE OF GYM SHOES BY U. S. KEDS 81 B. E. GOODRICH I85 NORMAR'I"S FUR! "Om 50 yeara A . 3 77 K 1 I , Ln re5no I-XHNEULUS MARKET! . L FRANK LJECKERTV, LOUIS ARNOLD PHONE 2-6143 I MEATSL 'OROOERLIES I23O FULTON N ' I T248 BLACKSTONE A 4 I HEHHIEMT-XN'5 BLOSSER'S RESTAURANT" Home Of CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH LLL 'I ' "H1fjQQ2'-gm FINE FOODS he ,III A T' I ATM. Complefe Fountain Service i424 55223-ELIEQQSSBS I-Irs. 6 A.M. Io I A.M. Phone 3-7773 T035 OLIVE AT COLLEGE LOTS OF PARKING SPACE OWL REG. First ROW, L IO R: B. Barnett, S. Neff, T. Tucker, G, Kemplin, S. Cunliffe, G. McCraken, I, Bcmdoni, G, Inaba, SALESMEN C. Pack, V. Ready. Second ROW: I. Kufis, M. Gendusa, S. Manderville, C. Marler, A. Petropulos, A. Lager- auist, M. Taylor, P. Wayman, R. Reiter, A. Kinoin. Third ROW: B. Reeves, L. Iurgermson, D. Wick, C. Ernerziarx, I Aw th D U b E IBO WDNDED VALLEY DUDE DANEH California's First Dude Ranch IN THE SIERRA FOOTHILLS 34 miles east of Fresno near Pine Flat Dam ideal place for a party or a vacation. Horse back Riding, Meals, Recreational Facilities. Come pay us a visit on a real operating Cattle Ranch. PHONE SANGER 8718 ' H DPEPIS PHADMAEY Drugs - Kodak Supplies Stationery - Toilet Articles Central Callfornias Largest Home 901 BELMONT AT FULTON PHONE 2-5l69 3 'han' OWL REG FIISL Row L to R I Martrn A Borcrdorr L. Cabell I Rrppetoe I Prunty, D. Daman, A. Henderson. Second SALESMEIN Row S Mlles N Peterson I Fre1 B Waldo S Koop I Capplernan S. O'Banion. Third Row: C. McGolden, C Lrnxwller I Owen S Daugherty S Roth Pat Ross1 Fourth Row B. Hanson, R, La Rue, I. Santos, I. Selt- l l 1 JUE5 BARBER SHUP iq X4 BARBERS TO SERVE You Cmgmfmflfrom fo flu Claw M1956 FROM g ill, W e 6 I ' 2 'TT Ei!! THF, 4 WN W RANCHBUR " lg li rg 1936 ECHO AVE. CGRNER OF I FRESNO HIGH SCHOOL BELMONT 3. PALM PHONE 4-5233 T 1 EEQ' L PHONE 6-P033 li 'f 3 N3 . Q ' i5AQ:5 fo fire CQKQAJ O! 1956 N .f Axial From HEY EUPPEE5 Q3 L NS TUBE TRUNKS LU A LLETS ALL THER GIFTS , WE WELCOME RGE ACCOUNTS .1025 X f PHONE 3-1116 T137 FULTON PHONE 2-9122 Y I .I-ig:-':2:::-:-" fin:-:2:5:f:': 'gig-:4. :ESS2f5::f::5:fi:55:E:,r:E53.:E55g5r?:1S5gf5-1'j5:ff1E:5f555QEIf5 'Ei? 5 ,, f": DL ,.J" 1 I P ' ,LI H V. ,,,.. -P Refreshes Without Filling Helps you keep The mosf disfincfive rnork of youflw . . . The slim, frim, F slender figure. PEPSI-EULA BUTTLING CU. 701 Broadway Fresno 3-6155 I88 INQEX NTU .ADVERTISERS 7, 7 1,7111 , .lf 1 , Arnold's Market! ...,. if A...... ....... .... Artistic ,,,, Ball pe? ..,, ...,.. lf.,..tfQQ..,i4183 Ba, 1 I A ., iance-'Eepdirt,..:iiQ...j.,1..4,T84 Bargain ooydf nw .... in ,J ......,..r A .,... 5,1 ...... 1.3 176 Barnett C 'CWolj3,!li'i .... .... ,... 7 ....... Lg .,..... 185 Betty's offeg' ..... ..., f .,., A ...S . I .... Ffgqugf ....... Biiiers 1 Bobo, E flvifg ,.,,, .,..,. ....... 177 Bob's Varsiy Coffe,e57Sho1d ........ ......,. 176 iw- ., 'ff Borden's Dairy elfelliigefij Co ....,....... ..... l 76 Broadway cycieiyig ...................,.. ...... i 81 Buker QS Colson Drug Co ....,..... ..... 1 70 CalderWood's Printing Co ......... ...... 1 79 Cathay Inn ci Shangri La ...... ...... 1 79 Chase Flower Shop ......... ...... l 73 Chicago Furniture Co .......... ...... 1 75 Chrisman's Restaurant ......... ,..... 1 86 Cobb's Food Store ,.......... ...... 1 82 Cochran's lce Cream ...,.,... ...... l 84 Coffee, Harry, Co .......... . ...... 188 College Pharmacy ...........,.,... ...... l 83 Cook Radio Sf Hardware ...,........ ..... 1 81 Curry's Barber Shop ...................... .,.... 1 81 Danish Creamery Association ......... ...... l 78 Dee's Shoe Clinic .............................. ..... 1 84 Dymond T V ........................... ...... 1 80 Eastern, The .............................. .,... 1 81 Fa:rrner's lnsurance Group ........ ..... 1 81 Fashion Cleaners ....................... ..... 1 77 Ferdinandi ci Sons ............... ..... 1 72 Fresno Auto Parts Co ................. ..... 1 79 Fresno Camera Exchange .......... ..... 1 78 Fresno High Boosters' Club ,........, ..... 1 69 Fresno Malt ,Shaped Cafe ......... ..... 1 84 Fresno Motor Sales Co ........ ..... 1 72 ,ffl 171 1 14' 1 7, ."' lrgl-lumphrey Brothers .... lmhofffskf Yardstick .......... iiqiyigiqrf Kitchen ,,,..,.,o.,. . l1pe"s Barber Shop .......... l'uLians Beauty Salon ...,.... Karsh's Bakery ,,..,,,,,r,,, Kelly Caddell ,,...... .. - 1 Kilner s ,..,....,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Kopman's Luggage ,.,,,,.,,,,.,,,, Lillian's Dress Shop ..,,,,,,.,.r.,,,,,, Linn ci Hudson Gas Station ..... Manchester Land Co ..,,,.,.,,,.,. Mars Drive-ln ....,.......-,,..,, Martin's Drug Store ...,,.,...,, Martin's Florist ,,,,,,,.,,,,,-,,.,,,,,-, McCauley's Fine Pastries ......... McCormick's Chevron Station. McDona1d's Hamburgers ........... McKinley Variety .......,,,......,,,, Morgan Music Co. ...,..,.. r N ormart s Furs ....,,,..,... Orange lulius .........,,.....,,,,.,,....,,,, Pacific Telephone ci Telegraph Co The Pedersen's lewelers ..,........,,....... Pepsi Cola Bottling Co ,........ Producers Dairy .....,..,...,,,, Ranch Kitchen Inc .,....,...... Reed and Bell Drive-ln ......,. Rodman Chevrolet Co ,...... Salvation Army ........... Sam's Luggage ........... Slater Furniture Co .......,.......,,.. Smith, S. K., Company, The.. Sports Equipment Co .............. Steffen's lewelry .............. Pfigurf Mm, Studio sssssstssssssssssisls- sssss 1 70 21553553355511111311 tttt GrO1d.SI'l SJICIJIG Bilkll'-IQ' Co --.-.------------- ----- 1 Sueuenfs of Deb and Heir ----.-- Goodwin, Fi C., ci Son, lnsurance ....... ..... 1 76 Theroff Pontiac -----------------------.--- ' Graphic Arts Printing Co .................... ..... 1 85 Turpmfs Furniture q---'.'..--,'.-------- GTGGU FTOQ Mqfket ------------------------'- ----- 1 72 Valley Donut and Coffee Shop Harpers P1'lCfTH1CfCY --------------- ----- 1 87 Walter Reitz Meat Market ,,,,,,,, Harvest Queen Bread ..........---,-.--.- --.-- 1 85 Wonder Valley .,..,....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Hodge QS, Sons Men's Wear ..,...,.......... ..... 1 83 Yosemite Nursery ........,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, HO11enbeCk-Bugh Planing Mill Co ............... 178 Young, A. 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