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1208 Sfu denls Are Now Enrolled; More To Come

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The tr'resno Junior College start'

ed the sp¡ing gemester of 19õ6 Mon' al.ay

with about 20 per cent nore

stutlents thaD those registered for the beginning of the fall semêúter

of IUIU9HED

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!Y EIE ASSOC¡AIED

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY

1954.

Ât the

SÎUDEN¡I

end

of

registratlon last

tr'riday 1208 stualents were regis-

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tered for day classes, including high school students.

14

75

In the fall semester" 20õ stualents

retfstered late for day classes the

first week. Presitlent Stqart M. '!trhite of FJC said the school

stârterl accepting late registration Monday in the re8istrar's offlce. He stated, however, that maDY classes a¡e closed. Stualents 4aY have to complete their Prog¡ams by taking some night courses. Re8-

istration for tr'JC's evening

classes

startecl this week also,

STUART M. IVHITE . . . President

'White sairl the Jünlor college office will be open at nlght the first two weeks of the semester fron 6:30 to 9:30 P.m..Divislon chalr' men, counselore a.nd other Person-

Presidenf Says Let's Cooperate

nel wlll be on dutY to help studeDts Blan night programs' Nearly 1500 niSht students are sPring our of With the beginning semester many interestlng and chal' expected. to enroll i.n 65 eYening lengfng problems face our asso' classes. The shop classes have 584

AL SALCIDO,IR.

ciated students, facultY, and ad- students held ove¡ from the fall ministration, but wholehearted co- classes. operation by all should make this semester most outstanding for our

...Studentpresident

Student President Extends Welcome To Student Body

college.

Our constant growth in enroll' ment is evidence of the fine educa' tional opportunities available at Fresno Junior College and of the service the college is rendering to our community. MaY I urge all stu-

'Welcome St'.rdents: 'Welcome to the fastest g¡owing college in the San Joaquin ValleY. 'We ¿re glaal to have You here-

Romp oge ls In

Sevenfh Y eqr OÍ Publicstion

The Rampage, the student newst?Rd fillÍátlvâätbse oÊ'tnese paper of !-resno Júnior Collete, \iliil

opportunities ln order that'they may begin its second semester of its gain the most during their time at seventh year of publication to perF.resno' Junior College' form its function of covering sctiStuart M.'White äåï"ä,'"1::î"ï"j"îi:i n"iJ:ä1 I E I e vities of the school. Presidènt ' dent bodies. In order ,t^::l^t""iiilSpf A.lfretl Copus is editor in chief i Burton Bobbie By rlents of Frc wnl o" with Mary tr'iorentino as news edi' sound student government, it is I rne ¡.uture Business Leaders of tor, Ella Papagni as feature editor g r the aim of the student council an-dlÀmeiica Chapter -'at X'JC has . "TXi,o h te s D a u Sid Cowan as sports editor. t i N a I __ _ myself to met these previous levels I elected Shirley Upperman president progxâm in vocational nursing will I Karlo Demooriian, vice-President =::"'å=* of service, ancl if it is possible raise lfor .the spring semester' of the student botly, is advertising î",-, th€E to Ëe highest that we can. I other officers. are Gerald Morse, manager, and RalPh ThornberrY is

In the Past,

student councils at

tr.JC have set high standards

and

Future Leaders

cf Upperman President ",ü'"ä"iäl)pftng

FJC Nurses

To Graduate

ve i:'.t';;,:îlï'J"fs:Ji" ;li:îi lTo Hold Speaking i:fi *:'"ä ';î;, C o n te s t I n S p r i n g "în,ifu:i'i:Jff graduating. l| girls are eight Thefe å:ïil,,":ï*:

the photographer. Rudy Gutierrez does the sPecial projects on the RamPagê and Barthe bara 'Wilkinson is business man-

-- Native Daushters of Àä-i-.ï' I tne r'""".o s¿5- | cotaen -w":l-i]11 t:^"-"t"::""11i contest for men and tiilo, Marraret castillo, ú;; aooltnuuti"g^ junior colleges again this These includ" ca"orio"'Everyn B. Bettencourt,

Johnson, Beatrice ruitcnãti,' Adri- lwomen enne Streets, and Mrs. Marv Ur- | spfnc'

of

a.ter.

The reporters,inclucle

Elleanor

!'ranco, Bobbie Burton, Cecil Tange'

Howarcl, Cecil will be chosen from Patti Ford, Ray NeaI II One --:'-- student and Jerry Thomason, George have compretecr .l:::: Hicks. w¡¡r uavs rhese ruçÚe Ër¡¡Þ e¡rrs wilr ,'Jiil' ;::tf":: åi1t"il\t, i"i": conpete California the Central in î-:*":--: I Copus Said all students who are Brogfam sponsored jointlv bv -"i9 l;J ;t F"".rro sarurdav afternoon, whicn in iournalism a.re more interested hospitals local ¡vuo¡ auu uuv and the I l --,, 16,1955. "*]"-l¡,oril 'o '... .will qualifies them for state licetrshc than welcome to join the staff. You

-'rutia.

be l:ã"ì ;i these students one frientlship and harmony I ers were Miss Ethel McCormack' examinations. may contact P. D. Smith, RanPage chosen to compete in the final conadviser in the nevspaper's office, will M. White Stuart President I test which will be heltt tn Stockton S-14. You can also contact him in Kelly, pro- I June 21, 1955. Dr. Elizabeth introduce uties I president. effort wìen college office' the of th-e education, health I fne toplcs to be spo!¡en on Dust All interested business stuclents fessor ofState will lbe relate¿ to California heritage, who College, F'resno alcido, Jr. I are invited by the newly elected the

sBeak on "Health Elducation and I hirto"y or industry. Vocational Nurse." Time Set direc'| Lebensbaum, is set to a maxirum of x'rieda time Miss The tor of the School of Nursing of the | 10 minutes and a minimum of 6 Fresno County General Hospital' I minutes. The Fresno Junior College has will congratùlate the Siratlua'tes, a¡cl I The scoring wlll be 20 per cent 11 new night classes for oBened per cent the student speaker, Margaret Cas- | speech organization, 40 who are not able to comstuclents per Is Hope cent 40 ancl on "Where will talk delivery tiilo, I speech plete their Progtram because of tr'ound." speech value. classes. day closed r he srudent couDcil vote d. un' I !|-u^:"". ""-.y-|t] Fresno former a Riggins,. ^:^",t1^*.l]:t"^ ^":"t^i The certificates and pins will I Otiver The classes inclutle industrial .""u | 3i1"1's rusiness recture' as thev be awârded by Robert P. Hansler, l Junior College stutlent, placed sec' mathematics, elementarY mechaniwere at todav's' which will aamit all .iö'rÏroã"i. I arca California in- onit in the Central

W¡ll Cut Down Theater Prices .-'äi"i'iää""iîii*i"ä

officers to attend a noon meeting [in Il8 to make plans for a pot-luck dinner to be helcl in the Ramble Inn oa Thursday, I'ebrua¡y 17. Àny student in the business department is inviteal to the pot-luck' The F.BLA will funnish food and entertainment, Sign-up sheets for

Fresno JC Opens

Eleven Classes

of FJC's trade and | last year. division. dustrial JoseOn King, FJC speech instrucvoca-| a Bosteder, Mrs. Milttretl "" Gains is interested -u"lFresno ilonal nursing instructor, Çiu ¡" in ltors'.saitl ":v9":.Yho him' contact should for| capping charge of a """"-ooy Vetera ns the t¡ I ThomBgrad.uates. Mrs. Anna main so until all are sold. Only¡ --- --THIS WEEK's nursiDg co' vocational Louise FJC's urs' son, studenì a nave those students who | sectettry',statedI:"nI": "*":1T' tr'ebr- ordinator, will present the class to as of that SCHEDULE body card will be a¡le to obtainooe'l awards. 370 for Hansler their NIGHT TUESDAY forluarv-7'-1955' sold be wilt The card, which T"!"1T-: li-1e."^T -"i Dr. Lucille H. Williams, a faculty tr''resno JC 84, tr'resno State JV's 60 tue I rotted for .the spring semester day one dollar, will be tl-i-o.:^" member, wilt play the processional FRIDAY NIGHT """¿ Crest, wilson, and rowerìbeaters "i^:: I :ll:::: ii:":i:: were 278 that tt.e a¡cl recessional. Three of the gra- Taft vs. Allan Hancock, Santa Maria tu"t thelveterans -over ;;;.;;.;;;;":it"."ì¿ during the Brevious semes- duates, Misses Streets; Mitchell antl Coalinga vs. COS, Visalia reduction price with this card is so I enrolletl Johnson, will sing "Halls of IvY." rer' Porterville in Reedley great that the student will have I Yocational Nurses the of Menbers a1e.:1: thlt veterans SATURDAY NIGHT 370 tol Of the after paitl for the card soing -roy the Allän Hancock in tr'resno oo" of these theaters four I rolled, all but 18 are under Public Älumnae Âssociation will be

ti*

who

obt

chairman

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times.

Law

550.

usherg,

cal drawlng, besinnf¡g speech, in' termediate algebra, adYanced mechanical drawing, two sections of aircraft instrument repal¡ s,ntl maintenance, automotive machine shoP, inrlustrial electrical maintenance' cocle ancl communications, and advanced welding techniques.

Roms Knock JV Tetrm

The FJC Rams comPletelY outmanned the Fresno State JV team Tuesday by a score qf 84'60. GarY

Àlcorn letl the scoi{ng with

25

points. Ray Williams was second ,with 23.


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Publtsheil weekly by the Journallsm students ol the Fresno Junlor Carl Rustigian's main ambltlon ls College, 1430 O Street, tr.resnq CáIlforata, and composed at the Cent¡al be an outstanding instructor. to Callfornl¿ TyDog¡aphtc Servlce, phone 3-3001. IlnÊl8ned edltorlalg are Rustigian, a transplantetl Calithe expresslon of the etlltor. pnian, was born in- Worchester, ...... ar,FRED COPUS Massachusetts. EDITOR The bocly and fender lnstructor . SID COWT'N SPORTS EDITOR BARBÀR.A' WILKINSON at the west campus attendeal the BUSINESS MANAGER ..-......... M,ARY I.IORENTINO Universlty of California at BerkeNEIWS EDITOR ley, a trade school in ¡Tesno, a Etlitor tr'eature --.-----.. ------------Karlo Demoorjian radio trade school in San tr'rancisco, Aclvertising Manager Odell Johnson and a trade school while in the Librarian Ralph ThroneberrY Air X'orce. Photographer Âfter his Uncle,,.,,,.::it,iit,t:,,r:iit:,i Charles Ratüff Manager Circulation Special Éoject Manager

Cartoonist Adviser

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StanleY Tusan

Sam

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Reporters: Bobbie Burton, Patti tr'ord, Eleanor tr'rdnco, George'Neal, try, he spent one and a haff years Cecil Tange, Jerry Hicks, Howard Ray a¡tl Cecll Thomason. in ùhe service.

Hold Down First Ploce;

Roms

COS Rem oins Big Surprise

Now that like to jump

lY in

first

Place,

I would

nothingwill knock them

tform. from this hi fire quintet has shown strength in every cqqle- and has lost onli two so far thls season. These were to Modesto and

eYer, not as Giants have.

blg as upsets of tbe

Porterville and Coalinga are stlll putting up a terrific battle for the cellar spot. Both have equal rec' ords shce Porterville droppecl Coallnga it their latest outing. Hancock should come out in sec'

Nisei Club Elects

suceeded Mack Sanwo.

Other officals elected were Art Yamaguchl, vice-President; CaroIine IIaw, corresPonding secretary;

Mary Ueki, recording

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who had not preres:ister' aMs are o""1, the II ed-s!:-d""t 3 and 4. did so.February ñ^--L-^À¡¡^-+. ; -,r^^ ^::: | ""å': ::-^:""^"-' Bangs., vice-þresident; ToFmy facultv and office statt were Flores, secretary, an¿ r"aot-rio;L Th: | able to prepare for spring classes

mosphere found. here.

A REPRESENTATIVE

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i¡ in +La the rr.+^* history of ^r

to be one of the large o:i semest;" I !li1:i.t-'-*h.-:.l-11 :"1n1:t:9 heltl bewhich was ,. Ed su.l.liian was appointeJp"ru- I Ï:t^t:t?t]::' cfty charrman or the aMì io" tn"I:*"-"1lj'"Tlo.i-1"1"'1'-I:::-'1t-" to enjov .five days of vacatlon bespring semester by *" *.g4"",, - 'lI fore spring classes started last Boyd Deel. I :;^" . "'

expected.

,What does he llke about FJC? EIe claims he ltkés the frlenally at'

ARE INVITED TO MEET

Êecretary;

L. Tervo. The flrst meetlng of the sPring seme8ter is scheduled tomorrow' at 12 in S-10.

lvacation betrileen the fall and sprint

p¡dr¡u6 ."":_"-"":. its annuallÀ^ñôd+ÃDÂ The ruË a¡v¡Þ AMS ¡Þ is planning lsemesters barn dance for the spring. This ls I schoot.

o

Frances Chow, Publicity chairman;

Jane Kobashi and Joe Kamlmoto, historia¡s, The club sponsor is Miss Meriam

mesrer'

fan.

THE WOMEN OF FRESNO JUNICiR COLTEGE

Teraoka President Eenry Teraoka was elected President of the Nisei Club at the last meeting of the fall semester. He

between the Ässoclated Women I fr".oo Junio¡ college stude.ts students anrl aMS tluri¡g this se- I anrt faculty hatl last week the fl¡st

so n H o I d s Th i rd 5 por | I *åui";"u'ilT-i Odell Johnson, sþarp shootfng l.orial Day are the only holidays forwarcl of the Rams, is in thircl I scheduleit for this semester. was in a heavy place in the high scoring depafr- l n bombardme rnenr of the cofc leasue. ll ¡¡ w¡s¡ _ ADVERTISE _ squadron. CARI RUsIIGIAN Johnsotr has hlt for 181 points In fHE RAInPAGE ll Three yeers ago he came to FJC as ân instructor for his trade. IIe is an ardent candld carnera

Bs,kersflelat. Both teams had beenf are frlentllY antl and acaalcmic ond place u¡heD the final sta¡tllngs - teache¡s and all beaten by the Rams earlier. klntl towa¡tl new Ea¡cock antl Reetlley JCs were counted up. Reettley and COS the stualents who attend here are shoulal be tleal for thlrd, whlle Taft supposed to have caused the. Rams ls preserrlng flfth place. And, as I also friendly," sald Rustlglen. Ee ls ma¡ried and has three chll' the most trouble, but it seems to said, Portervllle and Coalinga wlll dren-a gfrl a¡tl two boys. He lives me as lf COS has pulletl the most I be at the bottom. It ls,a fltp be- in l'resno at ? Swtft Street, sutprises of the league. The Gla"nts, I tween the tìro teams, but I'U take who were supposed to have a 60'60 I "Porty." PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS team, a¡e now ln second Place.

Taft is also a team whlcb hag pulled a few mtltl sur¡rrlses, how-

Bob ,Bangs Hopes FJC Jlas First

or More Unity lnstructor Wants lrt¡d Semesters Robert Bano8s, vlce-president of the Ässociatetl Men Stuclents, stateal To Be Outstanding he hopes there will be more unitY Vacation Break By Cecll Tange

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Rams Blast FJC

Quintet Wins Five,,

FJC SPORTS

Drops One Practice Game

By MARVIN LUTZ

the Êcore of 72-56. It was bY far not an easy gane for the Rams. Inter' ing, passed the R¿ms aDd never re- jooc test for two newcomers, R. L. mission time found the score tied linquished their lead for the re- la I Benson and. victor antonino. Benat 2125. mainder of the game. Alcorn leil in son i¡ doing very .Te.ell as a replacetr'orward Odell Johnson hacl an- the scoring with 20 Boints; Johnson I ment for Ðrnie Slade, and. antonino other fine night, scoring 28 Polnts swooshed in 18, antl R. L. Benson, I is also helping the reserves. I free

and making 12 out of 15 throws. Guard Ernie Slade, who has since been relieved bY R. L. Bengon, was second in the scoring column with 19 points. Älcorn, who

had an utrusually bad night, came

through with only I

Points.

Coalinga: Âfter a brief breather,

the FJC quintet trekeal to

Coa'

linga, where they delivered a

se-

vere 111-66 beating to the confused and outclassed X'alcons. After only ten mhutes of play, the score stood at 3l-19, antl at the halftime the

score was a dislnteresting 60-30. After ten mrnutes of the second period had elapsed, Kelly benchecl the regulaxs aDd sent in the hust' ling reÉerves. College of the Sequoias: PerhaPs

a little ti¡ed from the Coalinga game, the Rams then Played host t¡ tþe oowerful COS Cliants

Taft: After getting their furl So much for basketball, and now rubbetl the wron8 way by the,sur-|I turn to baseball. The FJC nine prising Bakersfielders, the Rams lwi¡1 play their first game of the '55 avenged themselves by cn¡shingl.earon tomorròw afternoon against outclassed Taft Couga¡s, 100-69, on lthe tr'resno State JV's. This game the Taft JC boards. will be at Romain FTeltl at 2:30 Johnson agaf.n rorle over the I p.n. I hope to see you fa¡s at the Cougar defense and scored 36 | baseball tames as well as the rest points, 12 fietd goals anil 12 freø | of the basketball games thls semesthrows. Bensotr, who seems to be lter. Try to get Dore students to worthy of fltting the shoes of Ernie I come out and come more often yourselves. I will aDpreclate lt. Slade, scoopeal lD 19 points.

.MORE

in one of

FJC's TÄLL CENTER, Gcu'y A,lcorn, is shown shooting cr tip in shot. The 6 foot 8 inch former Roosevelt High Scl'rool stcr is one of the outstcrrding centers of the league. Älcom hcrs cr¡ cn¡eroge of 18.5 points per game.

I,UCKYDROODTES l MORETAUO}IS!

the most suspense-fllled games of the sea6on. It was a 8¡ve and take battle all the way before the tr'res' nane linally got by the Visalia flve,

wHAl'S rHtS?

62-57.

of the first half and were leading at the half The R¿ms lecl most

For solulion see

poré9roph below.

by five points. Early in the second half ihe Giants rallied because of tbe superb playing of forwarcls R¿y Borges and Billy Cook. The score was Boon tietl at 40 all, and a few minutes later the COS team.PuUed away from the favored Rams in a

a

'¡. a

¡ronderful ctisptay of ball ha.ndling. The steady playing of the tr'resno

club soon closed the gaP, and the Ra,ms trailed by two Points. With the aid of Johnson and three char-

ity

shots, the R¿ms spurted ahead of the visiting club and from then on into the final two minutes of the game the score see-sas''ed back and forth. With a llttle oYer a minute re' maining in the contest, the straln and tension could be read on every face under the roof of the new Roosevelt Iligh School gy-.açfum. The

f.'' IIGURE EIGHT gKAflD OI{ ¡HIN Chørl¿s McGah.a.

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rl{EY'RE GtAtnoRtNc FoR THEM! Who? Students. What? Luckies. Coast to coast, dormitory to dormitory, college smokers prefer Luckies to all other "þl*d., according to ühe greatest. up-to-datest college survey. Again, the No. l reason foi Luckies'wide lead: Luckies taste better. They taste better, first óf all, becaiæe Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. Then, that tobacco is tnasted to taste better. "It's Toasted"-the famous Lucky Strike processtones up Luckies' mild, good-tasting tobacco to make itiaste even better. So enjoy the better-tasting cigarette . . . Lucky Strike. But don't be like the man in the Droodle above, titled: Pickpocket acquiring Luckies. Make snüe you have plenty of your o . Buy Luckies by the carton.

snadBed as a fight sta¡ted under the Flesno bas'

taut nerves finally

ket. It was but a short'liveal dis' play of tempers, and the officials quickty put an end to the free'forall, but not before Referee TobY IJawless recelvetl'a flying elbow in the mouth and. was Promptly re' lieved of one of his favorite teeth.. The scuffle having ended, the Rams pulled away, a'nd the final b¡uz,zet found the score 62.57 in

foolBAH. slADlu[ WllH Atl IEA¡S ON 5O.YARD LINE

Herbert V. Wilkins Uniuersity of Alnbøm¿

favor of the Fresnans, Reedley: Moving onward to Reed-

ley, the Rams faced the Tlgers on their home boards, squelching them

tle score of 76-66. At the intermisslon the

by

tr'resno

five were leatling 45-31, but- late in the secontl half the R.ams were Ieading by only a shaky thre€

points. The Tigers were getting des'

perate as tle final minutes closed in a¡d the Ra,ms cashed in on num' erous fouls, which put them ahead by ten points as the buzzer blurted, This was Slade's last game wlth the club, his eligibility having run

sruDENrs lucky

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DroodJes* are pourine in!

Where are yours? We pay g25 fõr all

we use, and for meny we dontt use. So send every original Droodle in vor¡¡

noodle, with its descriptive titË. to ¡.ucþV -D¡go{!e, P. O. Box G?, ñew York 46, N. Y.

+DROODLÂS, Copyright 1958 by Roger price

cowaRDtv rENNtS raceuF (No ot 13| Bo¡ba¡ø Spnutp

out.

BakersJield: Continuing south to the home of the Bakersfielal Renegades, the Fresno team dropped a practiee game to the Gatles, 83-?4. The R¿ms were leading the local

boys at the half by four unstable points. With eisht minutes left to play, the Renegades tied the score

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RAMPAGE

Hancock To Visit Fresno Saturday The Frèsno Junlor College Rams will play the stroug Âllan Hancock College of Santa Ma¡la in the Yo-

JJTYCEE BARBER SHOP Just qround the corner on Stonislous STUDENTS: GET CLIPPED BETWEEN CTASSES

semlte Junlor Hlgh gyn Saturday

night at 8 p.m.

The Rams are currently boasting game edge in the Central Californla Junior College Assoclation basketball race. Coach Joe Kelly's men won the

a two first

contest, 74 to 68, Maria with llancock.

ln

Santa

Sf,?DEiYTS - ehþ llís [fow! I Er,ooo.oo tN cAsH pRtzEs For the Eesf Essoy- (250 ro

The Bullclogs, lerl by high scorint Dick Valenttne, Ted Boggs, Dick Rife, antl company, are expected to Coach Kelly will go with Otlell Johnson and Ray Wllliams at for-

the Populor¡ty of Cigorillos"

and

Ma¡ion Daniels and R. L. Benson at

the guartl slots.

RUTES

RAMBTER TO BE SOID I,.AST TIME TUESDAY president of FRIENDLY ADVICE - C'ait Mqson, crt left, the Thomqs Flores the Fresno Tech.A,lumni in the Fresno of Scrrgdr, on his sprin

Junior College.

Hores

ship from the

associcrtion.

Fresno Tech Alumni Association Awards Scholarship To Sfudent .

The tr'resno Tech Alumni Ässocia-

I'ranz Weinschenk, yearbook

ad-

viser and Englisb instructor, stated

in a recent announcement that the last day to buy annúals will be February 15, 'Weinschenk said with the help of the students and e few' more sales, the yearbook will be a Êuccesg. Copies will be available by the entl

3.0nly

l. 0nly bonafide students ofìccreditedcolleges ore eligible to (ompete. lst prize $500; 2d, $200; 3d, $100; glus fou¡

prrzes. 2.

$50

Essoys must be occomponied þy one

l(lllG

EDWARD

oble focsimile

ClcARltL0 bond, or

thereof.

'jYou don't hqve

(l)

one entry occepted fiom

¡1. Contest now open. (loses Apdl 30, 1955.

5. lloil entry to Box 3097, Jorksonvilte, tlorid¡. lleckion of iudges yill be finol. All entries become the property of

reoson-

JNO. H. SWISHIR

'..

& SOt{, l}l(.

Mokers of King Edword Cigorillos

to inhole to enioy o Cigorillo"-

of May.

the 1955-56 school. year. Thomas tr'lores of Sanger was given the group's first scholarship awarded to FJC for the .1954-55 school year.

X'unds will be raised for the scholarship from the group's annual

¡eunion dance Saturday night in

the Serbian Hall on North

tr'irst Street just north of Shields Avenue.

'

association's

president, said the alumni and their friends of the old ¡'resno Technical High School may purchase tickets at the Washington Junior High School, Mid-Valley Sports Center, Dale Brothers Coffee Company, at the door, or from any member of the association.

The arrangements for the dance are being made by a committee and the group's officers, who include besides Mason, Mason Reid, vice-

president; Mrs. Vahram Kriamitliian, secretary; antt A. E. h,imer, treasurer. The committee includes Goldon Scott, James Capozzie, Mrs.

Eldon Gearing, and Mrs. Chester Corbett.

IHHISMAlT'S

PHAHM,{[Y LUNCHES

AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES STANISTAUS

qnd O

STREETS

HAHHISON MIITTIH P,{HTS t3I0 Vqn Ness 3-7255

+ Ports for A¡l

Cors,

Trucks ond Trqctors

+ EQUIPMENT FOR

THE GARAGE

Our Adverlisers

,

PUT A

eoch

sludent

tion will award the Fresno Junior College with a $100 scholarship for

Gail Mason, the

't

stHow I Would lncreose

glve the Rams plenty of trouble.

wartl;* Gary Alcorn, center;

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