Lemoore High School - Nuntius Yearbook (Lemoore, CA)
- Class of 1960
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The Class of 1960 takes pleasure in dedicating this yearbook to the many organiza-
tions of the Lemoore community who have sponsored and financed activities for many
students of Lemoore High School.
We express our appreciation to the Kiwanians, who annually sponsor a banquet for
the football squad, at which trophies are awarded to outstanding players. After-game
dances during basketball and football seasons have been made possible by the chap-
erons and by the rules for students made by the organization. They have also sponsored
the Kiwanians Invitational Track Meet and they have sent a iunior boy to Boys' State in
Sacramento. At the close of the year Kiwanians have granted an Agricultural Scholar-
ship to an outstanding senior who has majored in agriculture. The seniors are apprecia-
tive of the fact that the Kiwanians will again make possible the senior all-night party.
At the close of the basketball season the Eagles have been hosts at a banquet
honoring the players, at which the top team members for the season have received awards.
To the Women's Club the senior class is grateful for their share of the responsibility
in connection with the after-game dances in furnishing women chaperones. For a number
of years the Women's Club has also granted a scholarship to a deserving girl interested
in teaching or nursing. ,
A banquet for the California Scholarship Federation is given annually by the Rotary
Club. The members have a delicious dinner followed by an enioyable program.
The Lions Club offers students the opportunity to express themselves on designated
subjects in the Lions Club speech contest. Awards are presented to those whose speeches
are iudged the best
A second representative to Boys State is sponsored by the American Legion The
Legion also sponsors a youth group Sons of the American Legion, who for a proiect
have given Saturday night dances for approximately three years They have shared their
prolect with other youth groups, who have given the dances and have taken the profit
for their club use
We would also like to express our appreciation to the Lemoore City Police for their
interest in helping the youth of our community
Each year a girl from the lunlor class feels grateful that the Legion Auxiliary has
given her the opportunity to attend Girls State The Auxiliary sponsors essay contests,
the winners of which in the local contest may compete for higher honors
The Ex Anlmo Club annually awards a scholarship to a deserving senior girl who is
interested in furthering her education in teaching or nursing
The Lemoore Chamber of Commerce has given financial and to the F H A and
F F A organizations, and has awarded prizes to the members of the art classes for the
best Christmas window decorations
To these many organizations that have assisted us to enloy our teen age life and
have helped make us better citizens we again express our appreciation
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Transportation and communication is the theme of this 1960 yearbook. We have
chosen this theme because we are aware of the significance of the rapid means of com-
munication and modern methods of transportation in bridging distances which make
possible our contacts with and our better understanding of people in all parts of the world.
"Networks of wire overland,
Conduits under the sea,
Aerial message from strand to strand
By lightning that travels free,
Hither in haste to hand
Tidings of destiny,
These tingling nerves of the world's affairs
Deliver remorseless, rendering still
The fall of empires, the price of shares,
The record of good and ill."-John Davidson
We are not only aware of the problems that arise with the close association with our
world neighbors, but we are also conscious of the importance of transportation and com-
munication in helping us solve the problems within our own country.
Transportation and communication is a vital part of our school activity. As our school
reaches out through its bus system, it is communicating knowledge and giving a greater
variety of educational opportunities to an increasing number of students.
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MR W. O. JOHNSON, Adviser WILDA ADNEY THERESA ANN ALONZO
Futures Nurses Club, Band Three Years,
Christmas Pageant, Junior Year Christmas Pageant, Junior Year,
Girls' League Commerce Club
During our four years of high school we have covered the campus
daily, transporting ourselves from building to building and from class
to class. We have expanded our group of friends as we have had the
opportunity of communication with more and more students.
ln memory we revert to Freshman Recognition Day, when for the
first time we made our appearance before the entire school. We were
the last class to be initiated, which showed that everyone was growing
more mature. After the day was over, we were entertained at a swim-
ming and dancing party, which really helped us to meet new friends.
As sophomores, we entertained the freshmen at a party, which
enabled them to get acquainted as it had helped us. The high point in
our sophomore year was selecting and ordering our class ring, the
American Beauty. lt was also in our sophomore year that our new gym-
nasium was dedicated to J. F. Graham, former superintendent and
ln the iunior year we had prestige as we wore our new junior class
rings. We really had accomplished something after the iunior year was
over. Behind us were the junior play, "And Never Been Kissed," which
a thousand people attended, also the interclass games which we won,
and the Junior-Senior Prom, "Tropical Isle."
The senior year was the real challenge. All future plans were our
consideration. A Career Day was held in April, during which we all
NUNTIUS Art Staff,
G. A. A.
MRS. HUNEKE, Adviser
JOE V. CARVALHO '
Senior Class Treasurer,
Boys' Federation Secretary
Nurses Club Vice President,
Left First Semester
Girls' League Officer,
Commerce Club Four Years,
Pep Girl, Sophomore Year
Tennis Team Three Years
Industrial Arts Club
NUNTIUS Art Staff
talked to professional people to find out more about our possible
This was also the last year of fun in high school, starting with the
senior play, "Curtain Going Up," in November. This year was also
exciting when we won the interclass games again, as the Chiefs. We
got away from school for a day on the traditional Sneak Day, which
relieved the tension of the last few weeks before graduation.
As we are about to take the final steps to graduation, we are aware
that the information which our teachers and counselors have communi-
cated to us will serve us to meet the problems of the future more suc-
cessfully, and we appreciate the assistance they have given us.
STEVE BETTENCOURT JACKIE BLAKELEY
Science Club, Commissioner of Social Affairs,
"L" Association, Head Cheerleader, Junior Year,
R ROSS Adviser NUNTIUS Art Editor Senior
LEON "BUTCH" CONNER
Band Vice President
JUDY ALICE COPE
Junior Play, Senior Play,
F. F. A.,
ALBERT R. CRAIN
F. F. A.,
GARY CROPPER '
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VALERIE C. CHINN
Future Nurses Club,
C. S. F.,
Baseball Four Years,
Basketball Three Years,
F. F. A. Two Years
PICTURE COMMITTEE. Sharon Fabry, Ted King, Carolyn Nunes.
JUDIE MAY CULP
Girls' League Representative, MARY E. DAVIS
Sophomore Year, Girls' League
Commerce Club, Commerce Club
Sneak Day Committee, Commerce Club
Senior Year Program Committee
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SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENT COMMITTEE. Left to right: Eileen Rocha, Melvin Pereira,
LIDA MAE EVANS
F. H. A, Club Two Years
THOMAS V. DOOLEY "
Freshman Class President,
Junior Class Representative,
Mathematics Contest Winner
Forensic Club Vice President
MARY LOUISE FABBRI
Nurses Club Committee
Chairman, G. A. A.,
Senior Ploy Setting
SHARON MARIE FABRY '
Girls' League President,
Maiorette Four Years,
Student Body Secretary
NORMAN CHARLES GAUNT
F. F. A. Club,
CLARA MARIE GOMEZ
MARY LOU BERNADETTE
Commerce Club President,
Rally Club Squad Leader
NUNTIUS Art Staff
SENIOR SNEAK DAY COMMITTEE. Left to right: Mary Lou
Corrine Kriewitz, Stanley Miguel.
' Honor Student
DON Q. GRIFFIN '
Student Body Treasurer,
C. S. F. Vice President,
Industrial Arts Club,
Gonsalves, Stanley Ornellas,
FRANK "CHITO" GOMEZ
Industrial Arts Club .
WILLIAM S. GATES '
JOHNNY L. GOMES
F. F. A.
LINDA ANNE GONSALVES
NUNTIUS Art Staff,
Industrial Arts Club
LEMMY AWARD WINNERS Standing Dean Robbins Buich Conner Stan Miguel
Sihinga Jane? Homcln Beverly Nichols Jackie Blakeley
RONALD V. JOHNSON
EDDIE D. LADENDORFF
C S F. Treasurer Senior Year,
Maiorette Four Years
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Carolyn Nunes, Sharon House, Gary Cropper.
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STANLEY MIGUEL '
Student Body Vice President,
G. A. A.,
TERRY MACIAS '
A Cappella Choir,
F. H, A. President,
A. A, Volleyball Manager
JOHN MULLINS '
Boys' Federation President,
Commissioner of Athletics
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C. S. F., Science Club,
Movie Committee Chairman
CHARLENE KAY MEEKS
G. A. A.,
RONALD EUGENE MUNIZ
Student Body President,
Junior Class Treasurer,
C. S, F. President Junior Year
F. F. A., Boys' Federation,
Completed Seven Semesters
BEVERLY NICHOLS '
CAROLYN NUNES '
Future Teachers Club President, Cheerleader,
Sophomore Class President
GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE. Left to right: Ted King, Janet Rocha, Steve
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Senior Class Vice President
Science Club Treasurer
G. A. A.,
Senior Play Program Committee
F. F. A.,
Girls' League Program Chairman,
Delegate to Girls' League
Future Teachers Club Treasurer
NUNTIUS Business Manager
MARY JANE PAULO '
A Cappella Choir,
Junior Class Vice President,
Commissioner of Assemblies
F. F. A.,
Left First Semester
ANNE PEARSON '
A Cappella Choir,
Future Teachers Club,
orensics Club President,
A Cappella Choir
Industrial Arts Club,
EILEEN MARIE ROCHA
Band Drum Maiorette,
Girls' League Council,
JE RRY RED
"L" Association Treasurer
LINDA LOUISE ROBERTSON
Flower Chairman Junior Year,
Red Cross Chairman Senior Year
JANET ELIZABETH ROCHA '
Student Body Secretary,
Girls' State Delegate,
NUNTIUS Staff Two Years
Future Nurses Club President,
Future Nurses Club Treasurer
CARA RIGGS '
Girls' League Secretary
Science Club Secretary,
Moiorette Four Years
MARLENE RODRIGU ES
F. H. A. Treasurer,
Girls' League Council
F. F. A.,
D. A. R. AWARD WINNER. Sharon Fabry
Swimming, Honor Student
Junior Class President,
F. F. A. President,
ALVIN ANTHONY SOUZA
F. F. A. Senlinel,
SUSAN TURNER '
Girls' Leogue Treasurer
NUNTIUS Two Yeors,
T A Coppello Choir
SHIRLEY ANN TOSTE
G. A. A.
MARLENE ANN VAZ
NUNTIUS Staff Two Years,
Girls' League Flower
Chairman Senior Year,
Sophomore Party Chairman
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We juniors have not only communicated
our desires and interests to our advisers, but
we have been successful in the execution of
Several members of our class participated
in the Safety Economy Run and did well. We
were well represented for the annual Home-
coming game affairs. Throughout the year
the three junior cheerleaders promoted school
spirit by communicating their enthusiasm to
At the beginhing of the year the iuniors
were financially crippled, therefore, means
were devised to raise money. With the aid
of two local service stations, we had a suc-
cessful car wash, which enabled us to present
our iunior play and to honor the seniors with
the prom in May.
We are the first class to have our sweaters
during our iunior year in order to wear them
for the two years as upper classmen. Our
year of successful activities concluded with
the annual baccalaureate and commence-
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ADVISERS. Left to right: Mrs. Seely, Mr. Weiss, Mr. Holman.
Back row: Doug Victoria, Leonard Oliveira, Rod Reinhardt, Sammie Carlton, Joe Machado, Lance Jason, Jeff Ford, Richard Villi. Second row: Mary Croslin
Kathern Reece, Geraldine Fagundes, Ted Borges, Leland Silveira, Kenneth Neves. Front row: Janice Simas, Rosemarie Cotta, Linda Souza, Shelba Peavy,
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Bob Gogue, Joe Van Leer, Norman Macedo, Charles Welborn, Hubert Blond.
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We sophomores have attained several goals throughout the year,
none of which would have been possible without the help of our
teachers and the upper classmen. To them we are grateful for the
knowledge they shared as a result of their experience.
Besides climbing the ladder of learning, we have taken part in
several social affairs at Lemoore High this year. We helped cheer
our teams to victory, we looked forward to the dances, and we
participated in student leadership. At the beginning of the year we
welcomed the freshmen with a swimming party and a dance. We
also made our ring selection for our junior year.
With our sophomore year behind us we are looking forward to
the challenges of the junior year.
ADVISERS. Mr. Echols, Miss Clawson.
OFFICERS. Left to right: Janice Phillips, council representative,
Willene Messer, vice president, Linda McGuire, treasurer, JoAnn
Muniz, president, Nancy Esrey, secretary.
Back row: David Lima, Jimmy Hurlburt, Joe Macias, Ceil Howe, Ronnie Robbins, John Whitten, Mike McCrory, Ken Harrington. Third row, Joe Cheek,
Johnny Van Leer, Jerry Donnell, Roland Kreps, Lawrence Qualls, John Jones, Alfred Paulo. Second row: Linda Welborn, Judy Humphrey, Betty Ford, Betty
Dias, Lenora Leffert, Judy Villa, Janice Quattlebaum. Front row: Sondra Toste, Irene Holliday, Carol Davenport, Carol Nunes, Diane Mueller, Janice
Phillips, Janet Meyer.
RING COMMITTEE. Left to right:
John Kleinhamrner, Norman Mar-
tin, Ronnie Robbins, Wanda
Wiles, Linda McGuire, Janice
Phillips, JoAnn Muniz.
Back row John Kleinhammer Larry Pope Bill Vaz, Glen McClure, Steve Barlow Dennis Fabry
Danny Newton Third row Carolyn Martin Darlene Anderson, Diane Robertson, Dana Frago Mary
Therese Gundacker Betty Jean McCulley Genevieve Madruga. Second row: Gloria Toste Kathy
Silveira Sharon Snyder Judy Addy Pat Callahan, Barbara Esrey, Sadie Gamble Front row Mar
vin Jordon Douglas Stebbins Bill Royer Russell Pierotte, Connie McCasland, Frances Parolini
Back row: Henry Boyett, David Bettencourt, Exie Green, Phyllis DeBrum, Catherine Gates, John Dias, Loyd Ferrell. Second row: Jack Griffith James Patilla
John White, Jerry Divine, Lester Houston, Richard Borges. Front row: Frank Freites, Danny Oliveira, Billy Gonsalves, Earl Gilbert Gary Robbins Stanley
Back row: Eugene Rogers, Jimmy Drennen, Bill Souza, Richard Costa, Jimmie Qualls, David Barnes.
Third row: Donna Skaggs, Judy Mullins, Maxine Martin, Bonnie Gonzales, Sandy Harmon, Betty
Taylor. Second row: Evangeline DeVorgas, Delores Silva, Nancy Gomez, Norma Orne, Janie
Lourence, Glenda Balentine. Front row: Thomas Moroles, Jimmy Nail, Tommy Hayes, Woven Huff,
Jerry Lopez, Vernon Poole.
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Back row: Everett McGrew, Carl Copher, Cecil Lipe, Stanley Silva, Joe Owings. Third row: Eva Williams, Behy Roberts Olga Cano
Glenda Mason, Mary Jean Zamora. Second row: Carol Sanders, Caroline Casfodio, Behy Douglas, Harold Goleman First row
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FRESHMEN ACTIVITY. Left to righf: .lean Williams, Virginia Snmas
Anioineife Pires lseafedl, Mary Ann Lopp.
ADVlSERS. Mr. Wrin, Mr. Klewirz.
When school opened in September, only l4O of
us freshmen were transported to high school, though
a larger number had enrolled in the spring. We are
the smallest freshman class the high school has had
for several years.
Our freshman year has enabled us to become
better acquainted with other members of the school
and high school methods and procedures. Our
counselors have guided us and directed us in our
school subiects, and our interests have been ex-
panded through club activities.
At the beginning of the year the sophomores
welcomed us with a dance which was fun and
made us feel a part of the school. With the nomi-
nation of class officers, a month after school started
we were established as a freshman class.
On November 17, Freshman Parents Night
enabled our parents to become acquainted with
the school offerings for freshmen and with our
teachers and advisers. Dr. Paul Pitman spoke to
our parents to help them to understand our
As the year advanced we participated in an in-
creasing number of activities. Two of our members,
Tom Smith and Dick Lee, made the Varsity basket-
ball team. Many freshmen had a part in the
OFFICERS. Left to right: Marie Wedderburn, sergeant-at-arms, Mary Jean Frank
lin ifronti, secretary, Mary Ann Lapp, president, Dick Lee lbackj, council repre
sentative, Carol Souza, treasurer, Antoinette Pires, vice president.
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Back row: Jimmy Hite, Rickie Simas, Gary Hill, Leroy Bettencourt, James Willard, Bob Ray. Third row: Marian Starrett, Wanda Isaacs, Gloria Jones, Opal
Sarratt, Abigail Ramos, Patricia Jean Harp, Gloria Jean Waymire. Second row: Marilyn Kramer, Virginia Bland, Mae Stephenson, Sylvia Gonzales, Linda
Fall Lidia Morales. Front row: Steve Amaro, Leonard lBoboi Oliveira, Johnny Crapo, Phillip Mendes, Robert Snowder, Jimmy Smith.
Back row: Forrest Laureano, Rodney Vieira, Lynn Irons, John Petersen, Dale Murray, Danny Young. Third
row: Sharon Hayes, Diana Cummings, Roselyn Reed, Isabelle Bezerra, Brenda Woods, Eldon Ornellas, Rod-
ney Hylton. Second row: Kristan Henley, Charyl Atwell, Elnora Jordon, Carol Caldwell, Carlene Polk, Penny
Howe. Front row: Jackie Ramsey, Carol Souza, Darlene Landis, Marcia Oeland, Mariorie Croslin.
Back row: Larry Parker, Raymond Wilson, Tim Peters. Fourth row: Douglas Reinhardt, Loretta Webb, Mary
Jean Franklin, Sue Heaton, Pauline Kimball, Antoinette Pires, Dennis Houlsby. Third row: Margarette Barker,
Mary Ann Lapp, Gerry Ann Redfearn, Kathy Taylor, Dorothy Dulany, Barbara Clawson, Linda McVay. Sec-
ond row: Ernest Drewry, Dale Smith, Tim Buckley, Ricky Carvalho, Louie Victorino, Frank Fraga. Front row:
Ricky Red, Tommy Whitten, Frank Toste, Charles Wilson, Mike Orton, Joe Lopes.
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Bock row: Ray Dios, Melvin Turner, Tom Smilh, Corky Hine, George Rosenberger, Pat Ehrsam, Jerry Armour. Sec-
ond row: Margie Wedderburn, Jeannie Roberls, Della Tighe, Pat Orton, Patricia Fee, Mary Barnes, Sharon Roberf- l ,' ,
son, Carolyn Paulo. Front row: Frank Marshall, Ralph Wilson, Robert Virden, Ray Geter, Lorry Cossey, Sfonnie
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Bock row: Charles Norris, Tommy Newton, Jerry Hendrix, Dick Lee, Loyd Hughes, Jerry Garcia, Pele Mullins. Third N 1
row: Sondra Price, Virginia Simas, Jeon Williams, Marie Wedderburn, Charles Ella Weilherspoon. Second row: - ',,. ..,-,Q
Ardilh Morlon, Sondra Walton, Vivian Pemberion, Pearl Perez, Cindy King. Fronf row: Jimmy Orsaba, Bobby 'i'5"""""""'4--'--......,.
Pope, Larry Jones, Roberl Brewer, Tommy Ecldings, Jimmy Fox, Oscar Lucio.
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Exam! of jfuafeea
The trustees of the Lemoore Hugh School have endeavored to keep the pace In edu-
catlon comparable to the advances In transportatlon and communlcatlon In our own
country and throughout the world They have provlded Improvement In school facIlItIes
to meet the QFOWIDQ needs antIcIpated In Increased school populatlon The new com
merclal bUlldIng In the process of constructIon wIll Include the modern equlpment and
other facIlItIes necessary for progressIve teachIng of commercIcIl sublects
By budgetlng the money olloted for school expendltures, the trustees have been able
to provIde the fune facIlItIes where they are needed books, sports equIpment, scIentIfIc
apparatus mechanlcal tools muslcal Instruments, cooklng utenslls vlsual GIdS, and
dIV6fS other aIds
The Board provldes o fIne educatIonal program, and are contInually acqualntlng
themselves wIth the educatIonal program of the school In order to provIde means
of evaluatIng and improvlng the school offermgs.
We the Class of 1960, WISh to express our appreciation to the Board of Trustees for
the opportunity of attending Lemoore High School, where we have received the educa-
tion necessary to enable us to take our places successfully in the changing society.
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In generatIons past when dIstances were great and communIcatIon lImIted
people understandably could CODfInE most of their concern to theIr own
communIty The world OUTSIde of the local communIty seemed remote
Technologlcal and scIentIfIc developments have reduced the SIZE of the
world and have made It possible to span great dlstances ID a short pefIOd of
tIme MOUDTGIHS oceans deserts and ATCTIC regIons are no longer barrlers
Space Age developments In thIs decade will make It possible to communIcate
Wlfh and travel to outer space statIons ln addition to these SCIGHTITIC advances
These developments and theIr effects on our everyday lIfe wIll challenge
an already complex SOCISTY BasIcally we must have an understandlng of all
the people of the world we must live together peacefully and we must
realIze that our fate IS Inseparably linked with the fate of others The world
outsIde of the UnIted States wIll become much more Important to us than It
has In the past The future IS goIng to be CXCITIDQ and arduous
The ImplIcatIons for education are clear EducatIon IS essential on a world
Wlde basis Advances wIll Introduce revolutIonary changes In our way of do
Ing thmgs and thInkIng about things These changes wIll pose problems of
adaptatIon problems of socIal organIzatIon and problems of moral values
more far reachIng than anything we have ever experienced before We must
learn those thlngs whlch have long term values The tools of reading
pressIon and reasomng are necessary to understand the prIncIples which
govern the world Therefore It IS stall bCSICGlly Important to master the 3R s
for WIlh0Ul them learnlng IS If'I"lp0SSIble
The future holds a real challenge for the graduates of 1960 We hope
that the bGSIC education you have receIved while enrolled at the Lemoore
Hlgh School has given you a foundatIon on whlch to buIld your future and
that you wIll contribute your share to the development of a peaceful world
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Transportation and communication are so closely linked that they are difficult to separate, if either disappeared our whole
way of life would crumble. Without transportation and communication our economic and political structures, as we now know
them, would cease to exist. Our present world literally survives on transportation and communication.
It is interesting to speculate where civilization would be today without rapid communication and transportation. With our
complex societies the necessity of high degree of education becomes increasingly more important if we are even to attempt to
comprehend the world about us. The skills necessary to keep our present communication and transportation systems operating
can only be obtained through an educative process, and the further refinement of transportation and communication will only
be developed by education.
Primitive means of transportation and communication will always be available to mankind. Highly developed systems tend
to expedite the exchange of ideas and understanding among nations. Perhaps in the years beyond T960 we will see world
peace achieved through better developed modes of transportation and communication.
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The advance of science has brought the countries of the world
within hours traveling time of each other. The traveler today can
leave New York City at 9:00 A.M. and be in Los Angeles for
lunch at I2 noon. A team of astronauts is training and testing for
flight into space. Our expanding horizons are forcing mankind to
develop world understanding, for, along with developments to
save time and to facilitate travel, world-circling missiles capable
of carrying war heads of destruction are also being launched
Our philosophy of freedom is constantly being challenged and
criticized as being inefficient. As students and future citizens, are
you willing to forfeit your rights to make decisions for yourselves?
To preserve these rights and privileges, you must assume the
responsibility to persist in carrying your selected goals to a satis-
LOWELL MUELLER, Vice Principal
Your counselors have tried to help you understand yourselves, to recognize your strengths, and to
cope with your limitations. As you are about to graduate we hope you are now better able to make
those decisions that will enable you to reach your optimum potential as citizens and to achieve success
COUNSELORS. Standing: Mr. Albrecht, Mr. Mueller. Sitting: Mrs. Blakeley, Mr. Rude,
Rally Club Adviser, Counselor
Chemistry, General Science,
Physics, Science Club Adviser,
Sfage Lighting Adviser
Orchestra, Choir, Girls' Glee,
Future Teachers Club Adviser,
Biology General Science,
Science Club Adviser,
C S. F. Adviser
Metal General Metal,
Industrial Arts Club Adviser
U S History, Freshman Social
Studies Football Coach
General Math Algebra
We, the Class of l96O, wish to express our appreciation to
the teachers of Lemoore High School for communicating their
knowledge to us gleaned through their years of experience
and making us better citizens of the future as a result.
Through the patience and guidance of our teachers we have
made steady progress each year. As freshmen we became
oriented to high school life, as sophomores we took more
responsibility in school activities and were more assured of the
goals toward which we were striving, as Juniors we began to
assume more leadership as upper classmen and to make further
preparation in our chosen fields of learning, as seniors we are
completing our high school studies, all of which will enable us
to travel our many roads of life with confidence. The help of
our teachers has opened for us new horizons in the pursuit of
Our teachers have aided us not only in our various studies,
but they have encouraged us as advisers of the many clubs
and organizations. Extra curricular activities, such as dances,
games, concessions, and committee work, have required much
of their time.
We appreciate the interest our teachers have taken in us,
and their willingness to help us. We realize that we have an
outstanding group of teachers, and we are grateful.
General Math, Senior Math,
Freshman Social Studies, ELISABETH SMQLDT
Junior Band Advanced Band, School Nurse
Junior Class Adviser,
Archery Club Adviser
MARY JO NISBET
Sales and Law Bookkeeping
Commerce Club Adviser
Student Body Social Affairs
I English, Library, C. S. F.
Freshman Class Adviser Advise'
Freshman Class Adviser
Physical Education, Coach
Boys' Federation Adviser
Home Economics, F. H A
Adviser, Junior Class Adviser
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CAFETERIA. Students at Lemoore High School enjoy the tasty food pre-
pared and served by our capable cafeteria staff. Mabel Brown, supervisor,
is assisted by Mary Martin, Veronica Ornellas, and Phyllis Good. Inex-
pensive, yet well-balanced meals, were served everyday throughout the
TRANSPORTATION AND GROUNDS. Transportation Supervisor and chief
mechanic, Ernie Costa, had charge of buses and was a regular driver.
Norman Chapman and Ray Hibberd had a bus route besides keeping the
ag building, shops, and girls' gym in order. .lennie Smith also drove a bus.
Frank Luis, C. V. Rodgers, and Leonard Sorrick kept the grounds neat and
attractive in addition to their regular bus routes. Bill Follett was a night
watchman. He also did custodial duties, and he reported early when there
were basketball games.
C. V. RODGERS
JUANITA POINDEXTER GLENN LOGAN
LIBRARIAN. Juanita Poindexter served as library clerk keeping a record of
library books and textbooks. She assisted Mrs. Rachford in the selection
and shelfing of new books, hard bound and paper backs.
CUSTODIANS. John Borrecco, Vincel Kurtz, and Glenn Logan have con-
tributed to the neat appearance of our school by diligently attending to
their tasks. John Borrecco tended the lower floor of the administration
building. Glenn Logan was in charge of cleaning the upstairs main build-
ing, all lavatories and the study hall. Vincel Kurtz cared for the science
wing, music building, and boys' gym.
MAINTENANCE. Clarence Lewis, buildings and grounds supervisor, was
responsible for all construction work and repairs. He was assisted by
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CLASS REPRESENTATIVES. Glenda Hutchings, iunior class, Dick
Lee freshman class, Steve Semas, senior class, Janice Phillips,
The 1959-60 Student Council began its activities with the annual Leader-
ship Day in September by featuring Judge Goldstein who emphasized the
values and need of capable leaders.
The Council, following an active program, chose three proiects to work on
during the year: the organization of a student handbook to be distributed
next year, a foreign exchange student program, and the filming of various
school activities to be shown to the service clubs in Lemoore.
Highlighting the Christmas season was a new proiect introduced by the
Council-Food for Needy Families. Over one ton of food was contributed
with the sophomore class donating the largest amount of food.
The commissioner of publications publicized school activities extensively
this year. High on her list of achievements were the displays of various clubs
and departments found in the merchants' windows in town and in our trophy
case in the main hall.
Despite this active program, the Council found time to attend the ASC
meeting and various other Associated Student Council meetings to learn not
only about other schools but also to promote friendship between other
schools and Lemoore High School.
CLUB REPRESENTATIVES. Gary Cropper, "L" Association, Sharon
Fabry, Girls' League, Nora Wilson, C.S.F., John Mullins, Boys'
Federation, Patty Wolfsen, G.A.A.
Ronald Muniz, president.
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ADVISERS. Mr. Albrecht, Mrs. Nisbet My, Mueller ley Orne
FLANNINU LUMMIlIt:I:. Lett to right: Terry Macias, Janet Meyer, Glenda C. S. F. OFFICERS. Left to right: Mr. Miller, adviser, Terryiacias, treas-
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Wilson, president, Mrs. Rachford, adviser.
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"Scholarship for Service," the motto of the California Scholarship Federation, aptly describes Lemoore High's
Chapter 146 C. lts purpose is to foster a higher standard of scholarship and broader ideals of service on the part of
The group awards two S100 scholarships. This money is raised by concessions, a dance, and a food sale.
The Rotary Club honored members from both semesters at an evening meeting in March, when Dr. Irwin Addicott,
vice president of Fresno State College, gave an inspiring talk.
High point of the year was the educational and pleasurable field trip to Santa Barbara, the University of Cali-
fornia campus there, the Mission, Botanical Gardens, and the return trip by way of Solvang, a reproduction of a
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Activities for the Girls' League began with the Big and Little Sister mixer,
which was a real getting-acquainted affair.
As a money-making proiect, we stuffed multi-colored monkeys. Terry
Macias won the "Name the Monkey Contest" by presenting the most
clever suggestion for a name, Yek-nom, monkey spelled backwards. Yek-
noms went on sale at the football concession.
Penny Howe showed colored slides of her trip to Europe, and Janet
Rocha told about her adventures at Girls' State at the November meeting.
ln December we presented a Christmas program in which the characters
Mrs. Virginia Wynn, winner of the Toastmistress Contest in Hanford,
spoke on manners at our January meeting.
This year it was the Girls' League turn to give the annual February
dance, which was a costume ball. The theme was Alice in Wonderland.
The girls blossomed out in their new spring dresses in March as usual.
J iiii J We chose a queen and planned a coronation to install her officially.
J The year closed with the candlelight ceremony for the installation of
Sharon Fabry, president. officers.
OFFICERS. Left to right, Carol Ann Clawson, second sergeant-at-arms, Eileen Rocha, second vice president,
Janet Homan, first vice president, Bernadette Avila, first sergeant-at-arms, Cora Riggs, secretary, Susan
Turner, treasurer, Mrs. Blakeley lsectedl, adviser.
sentative, Dennis Fabry sophomo e representative Bob Vaughn boys chairman Judy Domingos iunior
obertson, sophomore representative, Linda Robertson, girls chairman,
Jeannie Roberts, freshman representative, Carolyn Nunes, senior representative.
RED CROSS COMMITTEE. Back row, Eldon Ornellas, freshman representative, Dennis Lowe, senior repre-
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chairman, Linda Robertson, Red Cross chairman, Janet
Meyer, sunshine chairman, Marlene Rodrigues, publicity
chairman, Rose Gomes, civic activities chairman. Front
row: Patty Wolfsen, big ond little sister chairman, Brenda
Jacobs, assistant point recorder.
TREE PLANTING COMMITTEE. Back: Steve Semas, Willie
Howder. Front: John Mullins, Melvin Pereira. With shovel:
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Pat Newton. Kneeling: Corky Hine.
OFFICERS. Left to right: Stan Miguel, treasurer, Joe Carvalho, secretary, Rick Machado, vice president
Phillip Loftis, sergeant-at-arms.
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Members of the Boys' Federation have enioyed many fine meetings
featuring films and speakers in addition to regular business meetings. Mr.
Berry Gilcreose showed his Alaskan pictures of Kodioc Island. Pictures of
the T959 Indianapolis races and pictures featuring vocations in the Navy
Because of all of the new subdivisions being made in the Lemoore area
as the result of long-range planning for the airbase, more extensive plans
were made for the Arbor Day tree-planting project started by Mr. Ward
in 1936. The proiect was undertaken in coniunction with the Lemoore
Chamber of Commerce.
This year the Boys' Federation members were guests of the Girls' League
at their February costume ball, and were also included in the Blossom Day
festivities by the Girls' League in March.
John Mullins, president.
Mr. Miller, adviser
Standing: Jimmy Hite, Dennis Houlsby, Forrest Laureano, Phillip Mendes, Melvin Simas, Steve Thatcher, Greg Chinn,
Ronnie Muniz ltrontl, Don Griffin, Bill Clayton. Sitting: Glen McClure, Phillip Plank, Louie Victorino, Dale Smith,
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Scientific advancement in means of communication is apparent today. The radio and television are
media through which masses of people may be informed all over the world. Ventures into outer-space
will bring our world into planetary communication. Through the stimulation of interest in science, speed
in transportation has resulted, and one can travel around the world in an amazingly short time.
The Lemoore High School Science Club is a member of the Science Clubs of America, organized to
stimulate an interest in science among high school students. The club, which is open to students who
show an interest in science, teaches students to apply scientific facts and principles to everyday living.
Having met once a month, the science club gave opportunity to students to present demonstrations, to
hear talks on phases of science, to plan field trips, and to conduct science contests. This year a point
system provided a basis for determining the award for the most active member, which was given in the
Morro Bay was the destination of the annual field trip, where members toured the P. G. and E.
power plant. Castle Air Force Base in Merced was the object of the field trip a year ago.
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Back row Edith Morton Jean Williams Lada Evans Charles Etta Weitherspoon Second row Miss Clawson, adviser, Gloria Jones, Betty Taylor,
Mary Barnes Gloria Toste Exie Green Hattie Smith Frances Couto Mrs Seely adviser Front row Delores Silva, Patricia Harp, Darlene Har-
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The Future Homemakers of America have had a very
successful year. Barbara Marrison and Linda Snow ac-
companied by Mrs. Seely attended the State Conference
at Asilomar. They brought back many new ideas for the
Our project this year was to give to the people in the
Old Folks' Home Christmas cards which we made. These
were distributed by Marlene Rodrigues, Mary Croslin,
and Darlene Harmon while the choir sang. We also
planted flowers that will be used at graduation.
This year a mother and daughter Christmas party
proved to be a great success.
For our field trip, the club decided to go to Ann Fed-
erico's Beauty College, and to a furniture store in Fresno.
REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE. Left to right: Janie Lourence, Gloria Toste,
Jean Williams, Rudetta Williams.
During the basketball season we made
about 560, which we spent for our activities.
Back row, left to right: Mr. Smith fstandingl, adviser, Pauline Kimball Mlrna Vander
Veur, Linda McGuire. Third row: Barbara Harris, Brenda Woods JoAnn Munlz Alice
Oliveira, Mike McCrory, John Jones. Second row: Antoinette Pires Marlorle Croslln
One activity a month was the goal of the
Spanish Club this year. With the exception of
September and October we were successful.
During the months following we had several parties. ln No-
vember we enjoyed a party at the Howe home in Stratford.
We played several games, after which we were served delicious
enchiladas. A Pinata party in December, a banquet in Febru-
ary, and a swim party in May provided fun.
A field trip in April to Soledad, where almost all the popu-
lation speaks Spanish, was very interesting. After a trip
through the beautiful mission, we refreshed ourselves with a
As did other clubs we participated in putting a display in
the show case.
To be in the Spanish Club one must be taking or have taken
Spanish. We had approximately twenty-six members this year,
a contrast to the twelve or thirteen members last year.
The Archery Club, with its
twenty members, included those
who were interested in learning
how to shoot a bow.
At each monthly meeting a
committee was appointed to plan
the next meeting and to bring
We made some of our own
equipment including arrows and
A committee planned a shoot
at the river and a picnic lunch.
Our practice shoots were held on
the high school football field.
We considered having Archery
Club cards and uniforms so that
we would be designated as Arch-
ery Club members.
Penny Howe, Marjorie Simas, Judy Roll, Doug Stebbins. Front row Judy Addy Mary
Ann Lapp, Betty Dias, Ceil Howe, Nancy Esrey, Irene Holiday lstandlngl
Back row, left to right: Charles Welborn, Mr. Weiss, adviser, Lois Barnes, Adrienne Loftis, Sue Woolever Dorlene Spaf
ford, Margaret Brooks, Kay Davis, Sharon Duty, Ginny Wedderburn ibackl, Linda Dias, Naomi Smith Judy Parker Pat
Orton. Front row: John Kleinhammer, Elmer Ridenour, Gerry McCray, Steve Barlow, Jimmy Hurlburt lbackl Monty Red
Gary Smith, Gary Woodard, Dannie Torres.
OFFICERS: Dwayne Hylton, president, Alfred Paulo, vice presi-
dent, Ronnie Robbins, treasurer, Roland Kreps, secretary, lnot
picturedl Jim Boatman, sergeant-at-arms.
The 1959-60 school year marked the change from compulsory to voluntary attendance in school
clubs. This change, as was expected, lowered the total number of members in the Industrial Arts
Club, however, because of this, the club membership this year was made up of those who were
interested in industrial arts activities.
The reduced membership enrollment also made it possible for club members to participate in field
trips that formerly have not been possible.
The club activities for this year included two interesting films, "Dayton's Beach Race," and "Out-
board Motor Race." New car models were exhibited at another meeting and the demonstrations
were of general interest.
Field trips included five different business concerns in Fresno. Auto agencies, body shops, engine
rebuilding shops, and Fresno Junior College were among the places visited.
A ioint social affair with the Commerce Club and the election of officers for the next year con-
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Lefi to right: First row: Johnny Prior, Bob Gogue. Second row:
Gene Ornellas, Norman Macedo. Third row: David Berfencouri,
James Woods. Fourth row: Lloyd Woods, Richard Borges, Back
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ADVISERS. Mr. Klewitz, Mr. Gill, Mr. Rude.
Back row: Melba King, Marlene Drewry, Claudia DeBorde, Naoma Smith, Linda
Easley. Second row: Janice Simas, Louise Levy, Mary Davis. Front row: Diane Rocha,
tary, Mary Lou Gonsalves, president.
Melinda Miguel, Laura Oliveira, Eva Gregory.
The Commerce Club this year had a membership of ninety students. Most members of this organiza-
tion were maiors in commercial or business, however, anyone enrolled in a business subject could ioin.
The Commerce Club revised the constitution to bring it up to date with present practices. The club
established interest in a point system, which it hopes to instigate in the future. The club also made
plans toward the presentation of typing awards and a scholarship.
Programs for the year included business speakers, business meetings, social meetings and a talent
show. An annual affair, which as always was anticipated by our club, was the ioint party with the
Industrial Arts Club. The two clubs take turns giving the ioint party. The Commerce Club's activities
were concluded by hostessing the party.
Back row: Barbara McKinney, Bernadette Avila, Linda Easley, Louise Holliday, Margie Wedderburn, Marie Wedderbuin, Cindy King,
Elaine Oliveira, Phyllis DeBrum, Carol Lopez. Third row: Eva Gregory, Betty McCulley, Joyce Orique, Pat Bailey, Joyce Silva, Elaine
Vargas, Dana Fraga, Betsy Vargas. Second row: Nancy Rocha, Carolyn Martin, Carol Souza, Shirley Taste, Sadie Gamble, Mary
Davis, Theresa Alonzo. Front row: Carol Nunes, Darlene Anderson, Gwen Semas, Willene Messer, Melba King, Georgina Pires.
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Rose Marie Muniz, program chairman, Leedy Car-
reiro, vice president, Brenda Jacobs lbackl, secre-
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Davis, Mary Lou Conner, Martha Hurlburt.
ADVISERS. Mrs. Herrin, Mrs. Nisbet, Mr. Albrecht.
COMMERCE CLUB CONCESSION. Diane
Rocha, Pauline Orique, Kathy Silveira,
Melinda Miguel, Anna Evans, Laura
Oliveira. Selling: Alice Evangelo, Terry
Back row: Claudia DeBorde, Marlene Drewry, Doris Royer, Katie Baker, Anna Evans, Eileen Rocha, Sharon House, Judie Culp, Kay Davis, Nancy Atwell.
Second row: Janice Simas, Marlene Rocha, Linda Souza, Diane Rocha, Norma Orne, Laura Oliveira, Melinda Miguel, Gail Pollard, Martha Hurlburt
Louise Levy. Front row: Rose Marie Cotta, Virginia Young, Kathy Silveira, Jean Roberts, Virginia Simas, Pearl Perez, Sandra Buyense.
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The Future Nurses Club is composed of girls who are
interested in nursing. This year we spent some time learn-
ing about the various types of nurses and the positions
they are qualified to hold. We also studied the qualifica-
tions necessary for the different educational programs in
nursing. We had speakers and movies to inform us in
regard to these qualifications. Miss Mildred Logan, re-
tired school nurse, spoke on nursing as it was some forty
years ago and how challenging and interesting it has
been to witness the many changes both in medicine and
nursing. Mrs. Smoldt, our adviser, has been one of our
We helped with the March of Dimes, and "adopted"
an elementary school post-polio boy, who is having more
surgery on his leg. We had as another proiect, the ob-
taining of information on nursing positions and schools
of nursing for the career file in the library. This year we
enjoyed our annual field trip to the hospital.
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The purpose of the Forensic Club, organized in the
fall of 1958, is to help its members to acquire good
speech habits. The club accomplishes this through pro-
grams based on discussion and debate.
The fifteen members selected programs which were
both interesting and educational. These programs included
speeches by a few local persons, as well as panels and
debates, which covered various argumentative topics.
Mrs. Thomas Sippel spoke in regard to her life in Europe
and her escape from the Russians. Reverend Hugh Miller
told about the schools in Alaska.
This year we have outlined and developed five-minute
extemporaneous speeches. We have made impromptu
speeches, and we have engaged in two panel discussions,
one on "Preiudice" and the other on "Campus Problems."
One meeting was devoted to student interpretive read-
ing of poetry, prose, or a play.
Members of the club were invited to Fresno State Col-
lege to see the production of OTHELLO and to College of
the Sequoias to see OKLAHOMA.
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Back row. Sharon I ' lsabelle Bezerra.
S san Turner Janet Rocha, -lUdY Dommgos'
lyefzanrujudy Humphrey, Carol Davenport.
The purpose of the Future Teachers Club is to
promote student interest in the field of education
and to acquaint students with every aspect of
To be a member one must be taking a college
preparatory course. This year there were 37
During the year we have had movies and
speakers to inform us of the problems and re-
wards of the teaching profession. We have also
had discussion periods, when we were able to
have our own questions answered on such topics
as college requirements, and the personal quali-
fications and obligations of a teacher.
We planned observation periods at the local
grammar schools, where any member interested
was able to observe teaching techniques in
action. Many of the seniors were allowed to
conduct a classroom themselves.
It was also planned to establish a fund to be
used in the future for field trips to nearby col-
leges and possibly a scholarship to be awarded
to a member planning to enter the teaching field.
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Sue Heaton, James Costa. Front row: Mickey Sparks, Janet Meyer, Janelle Oakes
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ADVISERS AND OFFICERS. Left to right:
Mr. Whitten, adviser, Janice Phillips,
secretary, Groverlee Meadows, vice
president, Nora Wilson, president, San-
dra Nunes, treasurer, Mr. Dawdy, ad-
The FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA is a
national organization that reminds the pub-
lic that thousands of boys studying voca-
tional agriculture in high school are the
agriculture leaders of tomorrow.
To be a Future Farmer member, one
must be enrolled in Ag Science and Ag
Mechanics. The boys must also carry on a
successful supervised farming program.
There are four degrees that are avail-
able to the members. The Green Hand is
for the boys in their first year of Ag. The
Chapter Farmer degree is for boys in their
second to fourth year and is the highest
degree offered by the local chapter. The
third degree comes from the state organi-
zation and is called the State Farmer
degree. This is awarded to the top two per
cent of all the boys in the state organiza-
tion on the bases of project success, lead-
ership, and scholarship ability. The last
degree comes from the national organiza-
tion and is rightly called the American
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Back row Richard Costa Tommy Hays Waven Huff Second row Frank
Freites Lester Houston James Nail Jerry Lopez Front row Dennis
The F. F. A. boys have had many extra-
curricular activities to keep them busy.
First came the King's County Fair last Au-
gust 26-3l. Then they had several live-
stock, dairy, cotton iudging contests. A
group of sophomores got off to a fine
start at Bakersfield by taking fourth place
for the livestock group. This was their first
contest, and much is expected from these
boys and others before the year is out:
Don Skaggs, Marvin Jordan, and Henry
We had a team in the cotton-iudging
contest at Fresno State this year for the
first time. Jim Blakeley, Winston Turner,
and Jim Orsaba competed as an alternate
team from the freshman class.
This year's co-op quiz winners were
first, Milton Jones, and tying for second
and filling positions through fifth place
were Duke King, Norman Macedo, Lance
Jason, and Juvenal Gonsalves.
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Left to right Oscar Goldman Stanley Costa Marvin Jordon, Alvin Oliveira, Garland
Dodd Mr Franklin adviser Danny Oliveira Gary Robbins. Front row: Danny Toste
Janet Rocha, F. F. A. Sweetheart.
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STAGE TECHNICIANS. Forres? Laureano, Steve Thaicher, Philip
STUDENT BODY MOTION PICTURE COMMITTEE. Sharon
Fabry, Sterling Laureano, Cara Riggs, Margie Simas.
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ECONOMY RUN WINNERS. Patty Wolfsen, Nadine Riso, Sharon Duty.
PEP BAND. Back row: Tom Dooley, Gary Cropper, Ricky Anacleto, Ernest Drewry, Frank Freites. Second
row: Steve Thatcher, Sharon Landis, Janet Meyer, Pat Orton, Nora Wilson, Loretta Webb. Front row:
John Jones, James Wells, Penny Howe, Margie Simas, Eddie Ladendorff, Louie Victorino, Charles Wel-
born, Ceil Howe, Frankie Bautista, Warren Rhea.
G. A. A. MAKING CHRYSANTHEMUMS. Genevieve Madruga, Elaine Oliveira, Diana
Cummings, Darlene Landis, Kathy Taylor.
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SCIENCE CLUB, BUILDING A RADIO. Albert Silva, Greg Chinn, Philip
Chinn, Larry Taylor.
SEXTETTE. Dennis Lowe, accompanist, Lenora Leffert, Susan
Huffman, Diane Mueller, Pauline Kimball, Susan Turner, Marie
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sioff adviser, Miss Clowson, ar? staff adviser,
Miss Groff, editing staff cdviser.
ART STAFF. Leff fo right Koihern Reece, Johnny Burr,
Janice Quchlebcum, Mickey Miguel.
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As the year rolled by, the NUNTIUS staff was always aware of time,
for its members were in a constant rush to take pictures, to collect copy,
and to meet deadlines.
The editing staff, including eight members, planned the T960 NUNTIUS,
which necessitated scheduling and taking pictures, identifying people in
the pictures, making layouts and composing copy, as well as proofing.
The business staff of five members had the responsibility of meeting the
cost of the book by selling ads to businessmen and the yearbook to students.
The art staff of eight members added to the beauty of the book by por-
traying the theme pictorially throughout the book. The cover was designed
by Janice Quattlebaum and Steve Bettencourt.
ln order to exchange ideas on common problems of yearbook produc-
tion, the staff members attended the annual fall conference at the College
of the Sequoias, and again in May, the spring conference at Fresno State
The Press Banquet in June was the highlight of the year. The unveiling
of the completed book, the revealing of the dedication, and the announce-
ment of the new editors were among the interesting activities of the evening,
as was the expression of our appreciation to the many merchants who gave
financial support in order that we publish the book.
We wish to express our appreciation also to Mr. Frigulti of Fresno for
meeting our picture schedule and for taking the excellent pictures of our
book. We are indebted to Kingskraft Covers of Tennessee for their assist-
ance in the designing and production of our covers, and to Mr. Maury
Forslind of Thomas Lithograph and Printing Company of Fresno for print-
ing this yearbook.
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The Lemoore High School band began the year appropriately by aiding in
promoting school spirit at all the home football games and rallies.
A pep band, organized by members of the larger band, played at football
and basketball home games.
In order to raise money for their band pins and party, the band held dances
The band performed for the Armistice Day, Memorial Day, Christmas Open
House and Horn Toad Day Parades.
For the first time in several years the band made a very successful overnight
trip to Berkeley to participate in the annual Band Day.
The Public Schools Week concert in March was one of the outstanding per-
formances of the year.
Members of the band enjoyed their annual party toward the close of the year,
As their final activity the band furnished music for the commencement exercises.
BAND OFFICERS. Back row: Eileen Rocha, drum maiorette, Rose Gomes,
librarian, Moriorie Simas, treasurer, Terry Macias, second head maioretteg
Mr. Weiss, director.
Sharon Fabry, head maiorette. Seated: Tom Dooley, vice president, Me-
"And they followed the star seeking Him who was born King of
Why do l deserve
"Am l not King of the Jews?'
this glory-that the mother of my Lord should come to me?"
Stanley Miguel, narrator.
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The Christmas pageant depicts the story of the Nativity. The
prophet foretold the coming of the Redeemer. The angel an-
nounced to Mary that she was to become the mother of the
A decree came from Caesar Augustus that the whole world
was to be taxed. Joseph and Mary, who was with child, went
into Bethlehem. Tidings were brought unto the shepherds by a
heavenly host of angels when the child was born. Shepherds,
kings, and wise men brought gifts to the new born king.
Each year the high school presents a religious pageant to the
public, the elementary schools, and the high school. This is their
way of keeping the true spirit of Christmas.
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CURTAIN GOING UP was the name ofa three-act comedy
presented this year by the senior class. The setting was
the Riverview High School auditorium, where a young
teacher had her troubles trying to produce the senior
From disheartening enemies to laryngitis and stolen
play books, her troubles seemed only to mount higher.
The home economics teacher refused to provide cos-
tumes forthe play, because she was iealous of the only
bachelor in the school, a young teacher.
The ianitor threatened the production because of a
few hasty remarks. The first day of practice was dis-
turbed by missing play books. Jealousy crept into the
play, also making things more difficult. Andy was iealous
because his girl had the lead and opposite her was the
ladies' man of the school.
Although the young teacher was completely dis-
couraged, she came through with the best production
ever given in the school. She also made friends with all
her enemies and cleared all misunderstandings.
THE BRAINS. Forrest Laureano, light man, Ginny Wedderburn, student
director, Shirley Taste, prompterg Steve Semas, stage manager.
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Welcoming of the freshmen by a water show given by the
seventh period swimming class was the first activity of the Girls'
Our first sports were volleyball and volley tennis, which cul-
minated in a volleyball volley tennis playday in Coalinga, at
which Lemoore was well represented.
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ln October, nine G. A. A. members attended the convention in
lgloos and scenes of Eskimos and snow decorated the gym for
"Alaskan Holiday," the theme forthe G. A. A. Backward Dance.
Yellow chrysanthemums with purple ribbon and glitter were
sold at the first league football game, as a fund-raising proiect.
For our Christmas party, G. A. A. members went bowling.
The theme of the Lemoore Sportsday in March was "Winter
Olympics," at which we played basketball. ln the spring we went
to a Baseball Playday in Corcoran.
Each year we girls wait for the annual slumber party, this year,
as usual, we had fun.
The G. A. A. activities terminated with a banquet in honor of
the senior girls, at which the officers for the next year were in-
stalled. As a service to the school we presented a banner to be
used at games.
Back row: Linda Welborn, Genevieve Madruga, Elaine Oliveira, Donna Skaggs, Willene Messer, Kathy Silveira, Gwen Semas. Fourth row: Darlene Landis,
Antoinette Fires, Dora Gomez, Judy Mullins, Mary Therese Gundacker, Judy Villa, Norma Orne, Darlene Anderson, Shirley Lopez, Janet Meyer. Third row:
Carol Souza, Pd Callahan, Caroline Castodio, Margie Wedderburn, Cynthia King, Jeannine Roberts. Pat Orton fbackl, Sandra Price, Marian Starrett, lrene
Holliday, Diane Cummings. Second row: Sadie Mae Gamble, Betty Taylor, Pauline Kimball, Loretta Webb, Virginia Simas, Kathy Taylor, Judy Humphrey,
Sandra Buyense. Front row: Nancy Gomez, Linda Fall, Marcia Oeland, Mary Jean Franklin, Mariorie Croslin, Shirley Walton, Carolyn Paulo, Pearl Perez,
Back row: Brenda Jacobs, Betty Watford, Sally Smith Connie Poole Third row Janice Chapman Rosie Luis Sharon Duty Melba King Shelba Peavy
Letha Nelson, Linda Easley, Linda Souza, Sandra Nunes Gayle Young Second row Laura Oliveira Melinda Miguel Janelle Oakes Jackie Blakeley
Susan Huffman, Gail Underhill, Donna Booth, Glenda Hutchings Linda Dias Kay Davis Front row Pauline Orique Betsy Bettencourt Gail Pollard Patty
Wolfsen, Corrine Kriewitz, Janie Pires, Lois Barnes, Adrienne Loftus Marlene Rodrigues Katie Baker
OFFICERS. Standing: Joyce Silva, vice president, Barbara
Marrison, volleyball chairman, Doris Royer, spring sports
chairman, Alice Oliveira, point recorder, Louise Holliday,
basketball chairman, Anna Evans, assistant point recorder.
Sitting: Mickey Sparks, social affairs, Rose Gomes, secre-
tary, Carol Ann Clawson, treasurer, Margie Simos, council
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Mr. Burton, adviser.
FOOTBALL AWARD WINNERS. Back row: John Mvllins, Willie Howder, Frank Valle,
Phil Loffis. Front row: Mickey Miguel, Kenny Neves.
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Jerry Thayer, vice president, Ernie Ladendorff, sergeant-
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All boys having earned a block letter in any sport are eligible
for membership in the "L" Association. At present, there are
over 120 members. Some of the purposes of the Association are
to create a spirit of clean sportsmanship in all interscholastic
competition, to purchase and make certain honor awards to its
members, and to assist in the control of athletic events.
The membership at present is one ofthe largest in the history
of Lemoore and with the finish ofa fine basketball season, sev-
eral more new members will be added.
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Joe Cheek blocks as Duke King carries the ball for
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Kfeps, Steve ' Founh row. ds, Gary Sm! I 0 ey, Alvm OI. , - enms Lo ' erling
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The varsity football team of 1959 had an overall I
record of 5 wins and 4 losses.
COACH RUHL TED KING
Willie Howder, who gained 969 yards in 164 carries
for a 5,909 yard carry average, again was awarded
the most outstanding back award. John Mullins, who
made 63 tackles and 53 assists during the season, also
repeated as the outstanding offensive lineman. Frank
Valle was selected by his teammates as honorary captain,
LEAGUE GAME SCORES
Lemoore- - - ...... l 2 Kerman- - -
Lemoore--- ---33 Fowler ---- --
Lemoore--- ---20 Redwood ---- ----
Lemoore- - - - - 0 Mt. Whitney
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Lemoore- - - - - - 26 Corcoran- - - - -
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Mickey Miguel was chosen honorary captain and Kenry
Neves was chosen outstanding player. They were honored at
the annual Kiwanis banquet held in December.
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Back row: Gary Smith, John Kleinhammer, Lloyd Woods, Ronnie Maciel, Steve Barlow, Robert Virden, Bill Souza. Second
row: Winston Turner, Monty Red, Alfred Borges, James Nail, Ernest Drewry, Bruce Lowe. Front row: Ray Dias, Lynn Irons,
Mike Orton, George Rosenberger, Joe Macias.
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Starting slowly in their practice games, the Varsity basket-
ball team developed into a really fine team. The final tally
in league play was eight wins and two losses for the Co-
Championship with Coalinga. Ted King, Rick Machado,
Johnny Mullins, Frank Valle, Phillip Loftis, Mike Potter, and
Butch Conner, all seniors, will long be remembered for their
outstanding play. Tommy Smith as a freshman stood out
also with his fine play.
The boys back again next year will be Tommy Martinez,
Bob Wlaschin, Tom Kleinhammer, Dick Lee and Jim Boat-
man. They will form a fine nucleus for what could be an-
other successful season.
JIM DAVIS, manager ERNEST DREWRY, manager
Two points for Tommy Smith.
Machado breaks a tie.
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After losing all five practice games, the Lemoore B's won nine straight
league contests before dropping the last game of the season to Coalinga
in a close, high-scoring game.
Outstanding players on this aggressive squad were Lance Crutchfield,
Joe Carvalho, Jim Blakeley, Charles Gamble, Dan Oliveira, Frank Bau-
tista, and Jerry Divine.
SEASON 'S SCORES
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Roy Geler was the high scorer for the year with 68 points. Rick Cor-
valho did a fine job as play maker. Vernon Poole was a sfrong rebounder
and scored 52 points. Dale Murray and Raymond Wilson rounded out
the team and played well on defense and pulled down many rebounds.
Bobo Oliveira was used as a sparkplug for the team on many occasions.
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Back row: Mary Jane Paulo, Sharon Landis, Mary Lou Conner, Barbara Morrison, Diane Robertson, Linda McGuire, Mickey Sparks, Lois Barnes,
Jackie Blakeley, Linda Robertson, Patty Wolfsen, Carol Ann Clawson. Front row: Jean Roberts, Cindy King, Mary Ann Lapp, Betty Vix, Judy
Humphrey, Mary Jean Franklin, Darlene Landis, Barbara Clawson, Margie Wedderburn.
Coaches Johnson and Huneke.
Girls' Relay: Patty Wolfsen, Carol Ann Clawson, Jackie Blakeley,
Managers: Betsy Bettencourt, Linda Dias.
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All year the Lemoore High
swimming team members antici-
pated the coming of spring and
the beginning of the swimming
season. We began our training in
the latter part of February with
land exercises and running. lt was
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termen who were an asset to the
team this year were Steve Betten-
court, Larry Jones, Melvin Pereira,
Charles Welborn, Steve Thatcher,
and Stanley Miguel. They afford-
ed strong competition for our
The swimimng schedule was
somewhat shorter than in the past
April 19 .............. Hanford--here
April 22 ............... Wasco-there
April 26 .... Lindsay and Coalinga-here
April 30 .......... Sanger Relays-there
May 7 .... - --League at Lindsay-there
May 14- - - ...... Divisional-Wasco
May 21- - - -- -Central Section Finals-
Divers: Mary Jean Jean Roberts, Mary Mg, Whigney
Lou Conner, Linda McGuire.
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Laureano, Melvin Turner, Cecil Lipe, Eldon Ornellas, Larry Jones, Kent Annand. Front row: Gary Hill, Richard Villi, Kenny Neves, Mickey
Miguel, Bruce Lowe, Billy Gonsalves, Eugene Ornellas, Norman Macedo, Rodney Silveira, Bob Gogue.
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Lemoore's '59-'60 baseball had a slow begin-
ning, for the Varsity dropped three practice and
two league games. But we roared like tigers after
winning two league games in a row, for it seemed
as though we had a good chance to make up for
our slow start.
Our infield was composed of three Varsity letter-
men and two Junior Varsity lettermen from last
year. The catching position was the toughest job
on the field. We had two iuniors at this position
who did fine.
The men in the outfield were the ones that had
to be on their toes. We had two returning Varsity
lettermen and two men from the Junior Varsity.
Our pitching staff was made up of three iuniors
who improved with each game.
The Lemoore Tiger baseball team may not have
been best, but we had players who wanted to win
in the South Sequoia League.
The J.V.'s was an inexperienced squad made up
mostly of freshmen, with a few sophomores. Lack
of experience hurt the won-loss record, but the
opportunity for building ball players for future
years was with us this year. Good spirit, fine
Mr. Ruhl, coach. sportsmanship prevailed. Doug Reinhardt, Pete
Mr. Ross, coach.
Mullins, and Rodne Vieira were the most outstand-
mg freshmen prospects. af
Back row: Pete Mullins Dick Lee Rodn ' ' '
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row: Gary Robb I L J ey ' . , ' C'nnY Newton, Jerry Garcia, D R ' h d 4 ' 4 .
manager. Ins arry ones, John Peterson, David Dias, Roland Kreps, Jimmy Davis, Rob:iJt9Vi::lrenmBabdegliv2libnel:oTilL 5195? 'Jimmy Hlfrlbun' From
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Rosie Luis, Nadine Riso, Pat Bailey, Doris Royer, Pauline Kimball, Marie Wedde
Miguel, Gwen Simas, Janie Pires.
As the spring season approached, many tennis team
hopefuls invaded the tennis courts. Mr. Franklin, the ten-
nis coach, with the help of his managers, Rosie Luis and
Janie Pires, got them into ladder formation.
Pat Bailey, on top of the girls' team ladder, lettered
the three previous years. Sharon Duty, Nadine Riso,
Carol Lopez, and Laura Oliveira have also lettered. At
this writing, the girls' team has won l, lost l.
The boys' team, although only five members returned
from last year, has a very promising future. Larry Taylor
and Gregg Chinn are the only lettermen on the team.
Although the match scores have not been in our favor,
the team is willing to work hard to finish the season
SOUTH SEQUOIA TENNIS SCHEDULE
March IO-Coalinga ....,,..........A,,.......,,, at Coalinga
March l7-Shafter .... .... a t Shaffer
March 31-Corcoran- - - ..., at Corcoran
April 7-Wasco ....... - - -at Lemoore
April 30-League Meet--- .... at Coalinga
May 7-Divisional .... ,,..,. a t Fresno
May l4 ...,,.,.. - - -Valley Finals
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Ricky Red, Dale Smith, George Rosenberger, Dennis Houlsby, Larry Taylor, Johnny Gomes,
Phil Chinn, Greg Chinn, Robert Wlaschin.
Pat Bailey, Larry Taylor.
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The track team this year was one of the
best-balanced teams at Lemoore High in sev-
eral years. To date the Tigers have won three
different triangular meets. On March lO they
won over Kingsburg and Mt. Whitney, on
March 25 they defeated Avenal and Coalinga,
and on April l they again scored wins in all
three classes over Shafter and Coalinga.
In the Varsity class Tommy Smith, Ted King,
Rick Machado, Dennis Lowe, Steve Semas,
Jerry Red, Jerry Thayer, Kenny Wedderburn,
Mike Potter and Eddie Ladendorff were strong
Class B was led by Richard Wilson, Charles
Gamble, Jim Drennen, Joe Carvalho, Duke
King, Gene Marshall, Coy Cross, Joaquin
Dutra, Alfred Johnson, Bill Souza, James
Woods, Lloyd Woods, Frank Valle, Lance
Crutchfield, and Warren Rhea.
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Vernon Poole, Joe Macias, Steve Barlow, Rick
King, and Rick Machado.
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Carvalho, and Montye Red.
Lloyd Woods demonstrates shot-put to Ronnie Robbins, Glenn
McClure and James Woods.
James Drennen, Richard Wilson, Charles Gamble, Alfred Johnson start ""
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Eddie Ladendorff, Frank Fraga watch.
Ken Harrington, Stonie Dodd, Frank Valle, Kenny Mc-
Cray, Tommy Whitten discuss pole vaulting.
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SQUAD LEADERS. Back row: Judie Culp, Stanley Ornellas, Adrienne Loftis, Mary Lou Gon-
salves, Leedy Carreiro, Jane? Meyer, Cara Riggs. Fran! row: Mary Jean Franklin, Jackie
Blakeley, Margie Simas, Beverly Nichols, Barbara Clawson.
OFFICERS. Left to right: Carolyn Nunes, secretary-
treasurer, Susan Huffman, president, Stanley Miguel,
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The goal of the Rally Club is to develop a group of young people
devoted to service to the school with responsibility and interest in
initiating and completing any required or helpful service program.
The Rally Club volunteer membership has furnished students to
handle ticket sales and collection at all athletic activities during the
year. Squads organized by the president and activated by squad
leaders have arranged and worked on all decorations for the ath-
The close cooperation of the Rally Club with the cheerleaders and
pep girls has produced the rallies so necessary for building interest
in school activities, school spirit, and sportsmanship. The Rally Club
managed one football concession and sold football programs for
one game to obtain money that is being deposited for use in the
future to purchase a means of identifying its members.
The homecoming game, with the selection of the football queen
and attendants and arrangements for the mid-game activities fol-
lowed by the after-game dance, was one of their main proiects for
CAQQI' Olga eff!
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Lois Barnes, head cheerleader.
The interclass games were a new experience
for the freshmen. They called themselves the
Celtics and chose Louie Victorino as their
manager and Ernest Drewry for their coach.
Although they didn't win, they put up a
The most appropriate way to
end the basketball season is by
participation in the most exciting
games of the year-the interclass
basketball games. The main pur-
pose ofthe games is to promote
school spirit and loyalty in each
ofthe classes. There is mounting
rivalry and competition from each
team, since each team hopes to
be the champion.
The games offer an opportunity
for complete participation of stu-
dents as cheerleaders, players,
managers, and coaches. The ob-
jective of each class is to gather
the best ideas, costumes, and
other necessary material in their
last-minute rush before the games.
The 1960 champs were the
mighty Senior Chiefs followed by
the Junior Pahoos People, the
Sophomore Mavericks, and the
Freshman Celtics, respectively.
The Pahoos People had
Carol Ann Clawson as
their manager and Phillip
Losey as their coach. The
iuniors came in second.
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Beverly leads the Chiefs on fhe warpafh.
Joaquin Dufra serves
as manager and
Willie Howder as
coach for the Senior
Chiefs at The lnler-
class Games. They
trained the winning
Dressed as Indian maidens and a warrior were the
senior cheerleaders: Jackie Blakeley Sfanley Ornellas
and Beverly Nichols.
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Cara Riggs, Terry Macias, and Sharon Fabry keep The
Butch Conners hits a double
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and Vernon Poole compete for top honors
Jim Blakeley makes a basket.
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VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS. Back row: JoAnn Muniz, Janice Phillips
Irene Holliday, Betty Ford, Front row: Norma Orne, Judy Villa
Mary Therese Gundacker, and Sadie Gamble.
Gloria Herriage, Mrs. Huneke, and Brenda Woods
playing shuffleboord at noon.
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SCHWARTZ FARMS, INC
Phone Windsor 7 3250
HEALTH WEALTH AND WISDOM
We hope that the futule holds all thi ee fo1 you' You can stalt
planning you1 futule now and a good banking connectlon can
be vely helpful. Save leglllally with C10Ckel Anglo and call on
us whenever you need financial service and advice. You'll like the
way Crocker Anglo does business.
D and Helnlen Streets
Memes reosnxu osvosn msunmcs CORPORATION
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In coats suuts hats dresses lungerne
slurts sweaters foundation garments
blouses bathing suits hosiery belts and costume lewelry
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3 Miles West of Hanford on Highway 198
Near Armona 5 Miles Easf of Lemoore
GEORGE E. PETERSEN Hanford, California
Res. Ph. LUdlow 4 6421 P. O. Box 655
Phone LUdlow 4-5425
John and Steve look small compared with LIONEL SEMAS earth movers
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mode by WEDDERBURN BROTHERS
excuted and Steve ns ready for take off un thus fancy go kart
who do any type of machine work
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Dorlene snthng among the plants and beautiful landscopnng dlspalys at SPONSLERS NURSERY al'
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JIM ROSS ORTON
Phone Stratford WI 7 3305
l8587 Kung Avenue Lemoore Calnforma
Champnon St Aubrey Emmrell
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Beverly IS showing John one of the many crlsp fresh vegetables always available at LINCOLN MARKET In Lemoore
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NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP
4 4 D STREET LEMOORE CALIFORNIA
Drstmctuve Furnnture Draperies Carpetlng
Fme Clothes for Men and Boys
at Reasonable Prrces
Featuring Hart Schaffner 8. Marx Clothing S
I Wrlham VanAndeI, Owner HOME FURNISHINGS DECORATING SERVICE
210 West Seventh St Hanford, Caluf
Phone LUdIow 4 3819 P'10"e IU 2 0080
319 North Douty St Hanford, Caluforma
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Congratulates the Class of 1960
Janet and Terry admire the many lovely gift :tems available at MCDONALD S
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Need any new faucets or towel racks? Ronme Beverly ond Ted admire the tremendous selection at
the fact that LEMOORE LUMBER has everything
Martha Gary and Leedy are trying to DRILL you on
for the skilled carpenter or do it yourself man
sg., ture Department keys to a beautiful new Chevrolet pickup.
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Mr. Ted Armstrong, from A 8. L CHEVROLET, Lemoore, presents Mr. Barnes and boys from the Agricul-
Susan her Thunderbird at BURKE and STEVENS of course
Mary Jane ahs af the beauty of merchandlse available at POINDEXTER and SKOEGARDS Marlene
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Melvm rs helplng John decude on a graduahon sunt from TUBBY AND FRANK S
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Pho WaInuf4 5631 Le oo Cal fo nIa
REAL ESTATE BROKER
A A ITonyI Laureano
VVA 4 5674 325 Fox Street Lemoore
FRIENDSHIP IS OUR BUSINESS
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DON'T SPEND YOUR LIFE
2 FEET FROM HAPPINESS
Happy Feet for All the Famnly
W Seventh St Hanford Calrf
Manufacturers of the Crown Supercoach
the Natlons Safest and Finest
2500 E 12TH STREET LOS ANGELES 21 CALIF
Lemoore s Motoring Cen er
SALES AND SERVICE
The most modern equipment to
servlce every make of car
129 D Street Phone WA 4 2298
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STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Congrofuloflons ond Best Wishes
To the Class of 1960
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Congratulohons to We Closs of 1960
THF PHIPPQ LVIORTUNRY
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A Western Organization
Cooperating and Working for the
Welfare of the Community
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FINE MEXICAN FOOD
Pho e LU 4 8567
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on the Visalia Road
Ted and Mary Leon
400 E Street Phone WA 4 5643
GRAIN ELEVATQR CO
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Build with Central
At your service since 1896
S. H. Ross, Manager
732 FULTON STREET FRESNO CALIFORNIA
IELEPHONE AM 4 3593
LETTERHEADS 0 INVOICES 0 ENVELOPES 0 BUSINESS CARDS
LABELS 0 WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS I HOUSE ORGANS
YEARBOOKS 0 CATALOGUES
RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES
HARDWARE Lemoore Collforma
M a dMrs E B Woel
LU 4 5478
222 West Seventh Hanford Callforma
Envucf ,mu mu sw
AUTO SUPPLY INC
4l E Street
GOLDEN STATE C0
Foremost Dames, Inc
cos'rA Hom.: DAIRY
Stetson Hats Work Clothes
'I7739 Grangevllle Blvd
313 D Street Phone WA 4 2056
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Milk bottled every day
Class of 1960 Coll LU 4 5747
John H Pereira Gerald J Bendele
Tony and Agnes Costa Owners
Peterson Oldsmobile, Buick, Inc.
313 W. 7th Street
BUICK DAY OR NIGHT 1 SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
SALES AND SERVICE
Gmc and OPEL Harland l'leI'l'll'1
lUd'0w 2 0391 HAY BALER REPAIR
FIELD SERVICE 8- OVERHAULS
5 POWELL AVENUE
PHONE WALNUT 4 2174
H P Is Your Best Buy
Kings County s most complete
D partment Store
8 Satlsfactlon guaranteed or Your Money
8-I8 B F If 312 W 7th St Hanford LU 4 6621
roadway resno CG I Orme' Lemoore Call Toll Free Enterprise 1 0200
K Your Smart Lnvrng Store
TIRE SERVICE FURNITURE C0
Fox and E Streets S Ludmw Zdogl lf
Phone WA 4 2689 even an OU Y
MACHINERY C0 Egbe-
John Deere Tractors Mk
and Farm Implements
Hanford Bakersfreld Corcoran
WGSCO Delano Plenty of Parkmg Space
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Used Cars WA 4 5381
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H MOBIL PRODUCTS
Van Ness at Merced Sts Fresno Callfornra
Telephone AMherst 6 0705
COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE
5 D Street Lemoore
325 N Douty Hanford
Servung the Lemoore area with the best of
Compliments to the
CLASS OF l96O
LEO B. CLAWSON
Laurel Ave Phone 52 Stratford
KEN'S SPORTS CENTER
THE COMPLETE SPORTS STORE
Phone LU 4 7058
214 N lrwm Hanford
BILL'S DELUXE BARBER SHOP
BILL, RICHARD AND RUDY
Adults Sl 25 Chuldren Sl OO
OPEN ON MONDAY
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VUL OVIL H SERIL F
RADIO TELEVISION AND ELECTRONICS
No th I n SI eef
Ha fo d Cal fo n
Pho e LU 4 7527
CLARAS BEAUTY SHOPPE
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Le oore Cul forn cz
AND BODY SHOP SHELL
3I4 So th Le oo e A e ue A and
Lemoo e Col fo n BUTO
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Pho e WA 4 2367
Lemoo e Col f
Cong cfuloho s o d Best W shes
For the Clcl s of I96O
Le oo e Calf
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L moore, Californi N
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CONTINUOUS SERVICE EVERY DAY QQJNES JfE1E,3NSI3N,'
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Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc.
2l5 W. 7th Street Hanford
o SPORTING GOODS BOATS
..MZHCURY OUTBOARDS - Sales and Service
. FURNITURE AND AUTO UPI-IOISTERY
Phone LU 4 82I5
W 7th Street Hanford California
J C PENNEY CO INC
8th and Irwin Streets
603 E Grangevulle Blvd LUdlow 2 0317
Brmg The Family
Bob Williams Bull Bamster
2I2 N Irwin
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Athletic Equipment Specialists
l044 South Hope Street
Los Angeles I5 California
COELHO S DAIRY
8. ICE DELIVERY
Telephone WA 4 2504
249 D Street
Corner of Bush
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Compliments to the
CLASS OF T960
LEMOORE REFRIGERATION SERVICE
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COMMERCIAL 8. DOMESTIC REFRIGERATION 8. APPLIANCES
TELEVISION AND ELECTRIC MOTORS
352 "D" STREET
YOUR BEAUTY SHOP
L M BLAKELEY
Buy a Home FIRST
Real Estate Insurance
46 D Street Phone WA 4 2633
SCHAFERS PUMP 8. MOTOR
Fairbanks Morse Products
Ames Sprmkllng Systems
Armco Water Well Casing
Electric Motor Winding 8. Repairing
2 way Radios in our Trucks
108 West 6th Street Hanford California
Telephone LU 4 3301
LN MOINE DRLG
SMITH S MARKET
GORDON P SMITH Prop
FRESH MEAT VEGETABLES GROCERIES
WA 4 2290 T30 EAST BUSH
uve BETTER ELECTRICALLY
cnumou Complete Machine
Parts for Cars
Trucks and Tractors
WAlnut 4 5974 8x
WAInut 4 5368
ISO D Street Lemoore
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Mr and Mrs A Lahargoue Proprletors
Telephone WA 4 2175
113 E Str et
FARMER S GROCERY
Joe Gravance Proprletor
Meats Grocenes Varletnes
Phone WA 4 2578
Corner 18th Ave Hnghway 198
121 East Seventh Street
PLOMOUTH DE SOTO VALIENT
322 W D Street
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LIQUID CARBONIC DIVISION
2771 soum MAPLE AVENUE
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MEN S WEAR
212 North lrwln St
HOUSE OF MAPLE E' Fi
Complete Home Furmshmgs
The bitterness of
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sweetness of cheap
prlce IS forgotten
210 North Irwln Street
212 D Street
PLATE GLASS CO.
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Congratulations fo the
Class of 1960
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