Fowler High School - Litoria Yearbook (Fowler, CA)
- Class of 1951
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1' 1.2 Q N VOLUME xxxn
PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE LITORIA STAFF
Fowler llnlon Hugh School
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The UFIQIII ul the Puelludt
Redcat us the theme of thus 1951 Lutorua
ln 1927 a young husky red haured fellow named Dale was born
to Pruce Robunson a teacher then at FUHS Shortly after thus Dale became
the mascot for Fowler Hugh School
Dale had such enthusuasm un hus growung up that he seemed luke
a cat Later as mascot at a game Dale started squallung and someone
mentuorued Hellcat but wurh hus red haur he came to be known a
Thus the tutle Redcat was guven to Fowler Unuon Hugh School
as theur symbol to represent them un all unterscholastuc actuvutues Thus sym
bol Redcat wull follow along wuth us even when we are out of hugh
Top Pueture Llly Yomonoka and Joyce Green hand out Redcats at noon
Bottom Picture Fred Lynch Faye McGu re Kenneth Butts ond Juanutu Briscoe odmrre FUHS trophies
by trophy case
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SNAPSHOTS AND ADS
To George Smuth who has been both a teacher and a fruend to
the students of Fowler Hugh the staff wushes to deducate thus thurty second
volume of the Lutorua
Always ready to befruend a student and guve a helpung hand when
ut us needed Mr Smuth co operates wuth hus students and fellow teachers
He has been the person to whom one and all take theur varuous
troubles and he deals wuth them faurly and umpartually a I w a y s wut h a
fruendly smule a sense of humor and an encouragung word
Mr Smuth us vuce pruncupal here at Fowler Hugh and us un charge
ofthe boys attendance Thus us not the only duty Mr Smuth has though
He us a very busy man
Mr Smuth us also counselor for the senuor class He has taught
varuous classes at Fowler Hugh for the past ten years and the past year he
has been a teacher of art mechanucal drawung and freshman socual scuence
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A D WILSON, PRESIDENT
AARON BUTTS O C HUTCHINGS EORGE MCCLUPG
Blldfll ol Trustees
The schools of the Unuted States duffer from those of the other
countrues un the respect that they are run by the people The foreugn schools
are run by the government Schools un thus country have a board of trustees
elected by the people of each communuty to run the school un that com
Donatung theur efforts the board spends many long hours on
varuous ussues such as handlung school funds hurung faculty members and
watchung over the hugh school un general
Mr A D Wulson us the Dresudent of the board thus year Mr
Wulson a rancher has been on the board for eleven years He has a son
and a daughter who are both graduates of thus school
Mr Ruchard Goode a graduate of Fowler Hugh us the secretary
of the board He was on the board from l94l I944 and was re e'ected un
l95O Mr Goode us a local rancher
Another trustee who has been on the board for eleven years us
Mr O C Hutchungs He us a rancher and has a son now a freshman at
tendung Fowler Hugh and a daughter
Mr George McClurg us another alumnus of Fowler Hugh He has
been on the board for nune years and us also a rancher near Fowler Mr
McClurg was the furst Student Body Presudent at Fowler Hugh a n d h a s
three chuldren who are all graduates of our school
Mr Aaron Butts a member of the board for seven years us the
Pacufuc Coast sales manager for T G Schmeuser He has two sons One us
a graduate and the other us now a senuor at Fowler Hugh
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PRINCIPAL FRANK P SCHROETER
THE VICE PRINCIPAL SAYS
ThIs school has been known as the
Redcats the Flghflng Redcats fo a
number of years Yet no one seems to ques
tIon the POINT ofa red cat or the pOSSIbIl
Ity of such an anImol
The reasons why no one QUESTIONS the
word from a lIterary vIewpoInt IS obvIous The
students and faculty of thIs school have
made It so real by ITS loyalty Its tradItIons
Its Splflf Its record In all fIelds of school
lIfe that no dIctIonary can express nor does
one questIon the meanung of the wo d
Our class of l95l has certaInly Increased
the fame and power of the word Redcot
and ITS emblem They wIll contInue to cherIsh
It as classes wIll come and strIve for lfS
contInuous growth and fame for decades to
Ulll IlmIIIIstI atm s
THE PRINCIPAL SAYS
Good schools don t just happen They
have to be ea rned usually by the
combIned efforts of students laymen
Good schools a e the tra nI g
ground for Informed AmerIcan CITIZEN
shIp They are our fIrst lIne fo defense
Good schools develop an IndIvIduaI
who achIeves reasonable compromIses
between hIs own aspIratIons and the
welfare of SOCIETY as a whole
Good schools wIll develop a natIon
of better cItIzens more conscnous of
theIr blessIngs more resolute In theIr
responsIbIIItIes and more dedIcoted to
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MR EARL POWE
AB and MA degree from
Colorado State College of Edu
catlan Post graduate work at
USC and Fresno State Col
lege Teaches begunners regu
lar and advanced band
Swung band durector I u n I o
class sponsor Presldent of Fac
MISS ETHEL ROOSMAN
AB degree from Fresno State
College Post graduate work at
the Unlversuty of Ca I :forma
Teaches typlng shorthand
business tralnlng English and
publlcatlons .lunlor class spon
sor CTA representatnve
MR HAROLD BARR
B S a d Ed M degrees from
lndlana State Teachers College
and Temple University Post
graduate work at Fresno State
College Duke Unuverslty Tem
ple Unlversrty and Umverslty
of Pennsylvanra Teaches typ
mg advanced business trarnmg
and bookkeepnng Sophomore
sponsor Student Body flnonce
ISS BARBARA WARD-
BS degree ln home economucs
from Unlverslty of Colorado
Post graduate work at Umver
stv of Colorado Teaches
homemakmg and foods Girls
L90Que Trl Hr Y and freshman
sponsor Secretary treasurer of
MRS JACQUELIN AUSTIN
A B degree from Fresno State
College Post graduate work at
Unlversrty of Calutornua Teach
e gurls physical educatron
GAC and sensor sponsor Dance
and lntramural advisor
MISS JOSEPHINE BERINE
AB degree from Fresno State
College Post graduate work at
Collee of Pacnfsc and Um
verslty of Callfornna Teaches
Enqllsh and Sponlsh Jumor
class chairman Llbrary
MR RAY BOUCHER-
B S degree from Kurksvulle
State Teachers College Post
graduate work at Kurksvulle
State Teachers College and
Fresno State College Teaches
auto shop metal shop and
shop physucs Junuor class spon
MRS GERTRUDE GILLEY
B S degree from Texas State
College for Women Teaches
clothung and homemakung Jun
uor Red Cross and senuor class
MR CHARLES HARRIS-
B S degree from Calufornua
State Polytechnnc College Post
graduate work at Colufornua
Teaches vocatuonal agruculture
Future Farmers of Ameruca and
MR DON IRELAND-
B S and M A degree from
Butler Unuversuty and Ohuo
State Unuversuty Post graduate
work at Columbua Unuversuty
New York Unuversuty and Unu
versuty of Wusconsun Teaches
mathematucs and Englush CSF
and punuor sponsor
MR JAY CONDIT
B M degree from Chapman
College Post graduate work
t Bucknell Unuversuty and
Fresno State College Teaches
gurls chorus and Englush Boys
quartet gurls truo maxed char
us gurls small ensemble and
MR ROBERT GROSS-
A B degree from Fresno State
College Post graduate work at
Fresno State College Teaches
US hustory socual scuence l2
boys physucal tuon
b tball track Soph
MR BERRY HILL
B S degree from Mussouru
State Teachers College Post
graduate work at Unuversuty of
Fresno State College Teaches
woodsh Sophomore sponsor
MR WILSON LANDRUM
B S degree from Superuor
State College Post graduate
work at College of Pacufuc
Teaches chemustry physucs ad
vanced math and general
math Auduo Vusual coordunator
end publuc address supervusar
Stage assembly mauntenance
B football coach Sponsors
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MR LLOYD LEEST
A B degree from Fresno State
College Post graduate work T
Fresno State College TeClCh6S
boys physical education Var
sity football basketball and
baseballlcoach Block F and
MR DANIEL PETERSEN
B A degree from Fresno State
College Post graduate adminls
trative ark Teaches social
mittee sponsor and freshman
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MR GEORGE SMITH
A B degree from San Fran
cisco State College Post grad
uate work at University of
California Fresno State College
and Washington State College
Teaches art social science 9
and mechanical drawing. Vice
Principal attendance and dis-
cipline advisor. Rally Club spon-
sor senior chairman and swim-
from U.S. School
MR JOHN PEREIRA
A B degree in physical educa
tion from Fresno State College
Teaches English and freshman
physical education Boys feder
ation HiY and senior class
sponsor B football C bas
ketball and track coach
MR ADRIAN SANFORD
A B and M A degree from
Columbia University Teaches
English public speaking and
publications Drama and swim
mng instructor sophomore
MR CLARENCE YODER
A B and B S L degree rom
Manchester College Post grad
uate work at USC Teaches
bioogy and mathematics I
charge of boys locker keys
MRS. LORENE BIGGERSYAFF-
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tary to principal.
Bus Drivers and Lustullmns
Show Hell but Splrlt
CUSTODIANS ab one Fot M ell Jones
BUS DRIVERS On Cab Jones Boucher Brandon Stand
H ms Hll Pete H II Po e lNot n Pcture
Barr Sm th Leest Landrum Gbson Ma well Honner
In custod an plcturel
BUS DRIVERS Everett Honner dlrector ot the transportation shops had t ftee n bus
drlvers under has supervlslon thus year Mr Hanner and these drnvers have taken players
rooters and band members to games They also have taken students on tneld trnps and
to varuous appearances
Fowler busses ran for the Malaga lcwa and Fowler Elementary Schools and Fowler
CUSTODIANS Do you know why the bunldangs and grounds were always so n eat a n d
clean? Its because we had the co operatuon of four tune men and tour hugh school
George Dooley was head custodnan wuth students Wayne Stark Sparky Hanner .l W
Kelley and Adnan Harrell helpung hum Bull Stone was In charge of the grounds Gordo n
Maxwell shops and Hubert Jones the gym
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FOWLER UNION HIGH SCHOOL
COLORS Cardinal and White
EMBLEM The Redcat
5PC'fl4Y Hanner President
Ernest Bedrosuan Vrrge Pregrder-rr
Floreen Johnson Segretqry
Rosemary Sarklslan Treggurer
lmojean Garrett Publlclty Commussloner
Joe Montoya Art Commissioner
Phyllvs Patterson Yell Legder
Harold Barr Fnnancnal Advusor
Frank Schroeter and George Smuth Sponsors
SPARKY HANNER PRESIDENT
Durung the past year the student government of the Associated Student Body
of Fowler Union Hugh School has taken care of problems and busnness concernlng
school and students lt has held nts regular weekly meetings and been busy maknng plans
for the year
To start the year off wlth Q bong the ASB sponsored a student body card sale
contest grvnng the the class wlth the hlghest percentage of cards sold a p r 1 z e Th e
contest was pushed by every faculty member and councul member makung lt a worth
whale effort The sensor class took fnrst place In the contest by buyung 9290 of theur cards
The Fowler Hu student council was host to the annual fall conference ofthe
Calnfornua Assoclatuon of Student Councils Sequoua League Eleventh Dustrlct In October
Over one hundred student councul members from the varuous schools In the Sequola
League attended the meeting Harold Coles the dnrector of athletlcs of Fresno County
was the mann speaker and one of the Important duscusslons at the meetung was the prob
lem of the relatnonshrps between dlfferent schools
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ERNEST BEDROSIAN FLOREEN JOHNSON ROSEMARY SARKISIAN
The annual Chrnstmas Party was held on December 22 An excellent program
was presented and of course Santa Claus was there to gnve out presents Lunch wg 5
served to the entire student body and faculty and a free movie was presented under the
dlrectnon of the Audra Visual Club
Many fune and excutang assemblies were arranged for The National School
Assemblies were presented and enjoyed by everyone The pep rallnes thus year we re
better than they have ever been before Outstandlng comical sknts were put on and the
whole student body put their whole hearted effort un yelling to back up the teams Various
classes also put on assemblues
The council organlzed a dance commlttee of student body m e m be r s The
orngunal Dance Club was dlscontlnued and the dance committee was put an charge of all
lr' Januarv the councll members recelved theur student council puns wh IC h
were purchased by the Assocuated Student Body
To end a busy successful and excltung year the electron of student body
offucers for the comnng year was held un May The councul was an charge of thus actnvuty
IMOJEAN GARRETT JOE MONTOYA PHYLLlS PATTERSON
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Edde Lane Presdent Laurel Ran ater VsceP Lousse Moody Secretary Eose Ruby treasurer
Sensors' The bsg day ss almost here' Four thrsllsng years have gone by ssnce
one hundred and thsrty frsghtened freshmen entered the back doors of FUHS
We chose as our class motto Not for Ourselves but for Others our flower
was the red rose and our colors green and whste
As freshmen our float took second place sn the Fowler Fall Festsval parade
and we gave an assembly sn May
Our sophomore year started out wsth a bsg bang' In the Festsval parade we
agasn took second place We had three skatsng partses a snow trsp and a class party
whsch were all bsg successes Another hsghlsght of the year was the ordersng of our
class rsngs and sweaters
Remember all the fun we had sn our sunsor year? Our float took fsrst place sn
the Fall Festsval parade We presented the Junsor Play and gave our Junsor Sensor Ban
quet We also ushered at Baccalaureate and Graduatson
Then came the begsnnsng of our sensor year You never saw a group of prouder
Iooksng faces We were the bsg shots of the school now
Our sensor offscers Eddse Lane pressdent Laurel Rasnwater vsce pressdent
Lousse Moody secretary Elosse Ruby treasurer Naoms McCowan gsrls athletsc mana
ger Ernse Barnes boys athletsc manager and Angse Ferresra and George George yell
leaders-gusded us through the year They were asded by our fsne group of sponsors
headed by George Smsth
Our actsvsty calendar was fslled to the top The spectacular sensor float The
Freedom Trasn took fsrst place and the sweepstakes award sn the Festsval parade and
also took fsrst place at the Reedley Fsesta parade The Sensor Play was gsven sn Decem
ber a snow trsp sn February a skatsng party sn March Sensor Costume Day sn Aprsl
Career Day was sn May Sensor Day sn May and Sen or Dress up Day sn June
And now graduatson ss just around the corner We leave a lot of happy tsmes
behsnd but we wsll never forget them
John Peresra Mrs Gertrude Gslley George Sm th Mrs Jacquelsn Austsrs Wslson Landrum
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oftlce practnce cateterla work
Band assemblles track ath
letnc awards musnc awards
Trl HI Y Aeollan Club
ASB vice president CSF presl
vlce presudent Redcat Revnew
edutor L n t o r n a ad manager
maxed chorus assemblies foot
ball sportscaster b a s k e tball
track baseball athletnc awards
Jumor class yell leader sopho
more class yell leader HuY
Block F assemblies stage
construction football basket
ball track baseball swlmmmg
HIY presldent CSF maxed
chorus band drum mayor jun
l0f DIOY sensor play football
basketball baseball track ten
ms athletac awards uslc
Semor class athletnc manager
FFA presrdent FFA secretary
band football manager bas
ketball manager b a s k e tball
baseball athletuc awards
Trnl-llY Dance Club Aeollan
Club assemblles library offnce
FFA treasurer stage construc
tnon basketball track
Trl Hn Y vnce president Trl Hn
Y soclal chaurman Dance Club
f shman class councnllor
semblaes offlce practlce
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presudent Block F vnce pres:
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Redcat Revnew and Lltorla
business manager mxxed chor
u swung band boys quartet
assemblues football basketball
1 ck baseball swnmmung
tenms athletic awards foot
ball statlstncuan seal bearer
Glrls League secretary Aeo
lnan Club secretary Dance
Club Redcal' Review Lltorna
assemblues office practuce cafe
terra cashier swlmmlng
Dance Club office practuce
MARY ETHEL COX
Dance Club Aeollan Club Red
Cross representatlve o f f n c e
practuce swummmg tennns ath
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Dance Club orchestra
Stage constructlon f 0 0 1' b a l I
WANDA LOU COULTER
Aeollan Club cafeterla work
Jumor class treasurer o f f I c
Boys F e d e r a fron treasurer
Block F football basketball
track baseball athletlc awards
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Club lunlor play student dlrec
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C ross representatlve atnletlc
Senlor class yell leader Danct'
Club ACOIIOD Club band a
semblles offlce practlce mu
ball track athletlc awards
ASB p u b I IC lty commlssloner
sophomore C I a s s treasurer
ance Club rlHlY e
Cross representatlve R e d c a t
Revlew Lltorla pep glrl un
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AV Club cofeterla work foot
ball basketball track athletlc
I-ll Y r e SI e T l Hl Y
co respondlng secretary band
offl e practlce swnrnmlng oth
le lc awards
Dance Club band swung band
football track muslc award
scrnblues stage constructlon
CEORGE M GEORGE
Sen or class yell leader Block
Hl Y secretary Dance
Club rrllxed chorus band swlng
band orchestra lunlor p I Cl y
sensor play assernblles football
track baseball athletlc awards
Swlmrnlng stage constructlon
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Federatnon presldent Hu Y vlce
presldent assemblues s t a g e
constructxon CSF to o t b a I I
track athletnc awards
Mad term Navy enlnstee foot
Football basketball track oth
Girls League presldent tresh
man class secretary sophomore
class counclllor Dance Club
Cnrcle F GAC Red Cross reD
resentatlve lunuor ploy SGHIOY
ploy assemblies athletsc award
Junnor class yell leader Dance
ASB president junsor class oth
letuc manager Block F secre
ry treasurer Dance Club as
blues football basketball
track boxing athletic awards
ance Club Block F
:an boxmg football swimming
T HIY program chaurman
Curcle F GAC Dance Club
band sensor play assemblies
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swlmmmg athletlc award
Boys Federatlon auto shop
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Band orchestra student cus
toduan f o o t ball basketball
Senior class presudenf sopho
more class vlce presudent CSF
Block b a n d D'95'dem
swung band maxed C l'l O Y U S
boys quartet assemblles foot
ba basketball track base
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Club Aeolllan Club cafeteria
A58 secretary CSF secretary
treasurer TrlHnY Red Cross
presudent band secretary treas
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Cross representatuve assemblles
drull team offlce practlce
JHAN M KHAN
Boys Federotuon secretary rally
club chavrman CSF band sen
nor ploy student dlrector
semblles cafeterna work
Sophomore class secretary Quill
and Scroll Tr1HuY secretary
hand vlce presndent Dance
Club Redcat Review Lltorla
edntor assemblues offuce doc
tice swzmmnng team manager
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Dance Club GAC Curcle
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Club presudent Hu Y Dan
Club Redcat Revuew and Lutorua
art edutor senuor play OSSGYYI
blues stage constructuon foot
ball basketball art awards
drarnatuc award all scbO0l mu
LEROY JAMES MORGAN
Block F band VICE Dfeildem
football basketball baseball
attuletuc awards musuc award
Dance Club Gurls League
treasurer Tru Hu Y sergeant of
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Senuor class secretary CSF t
fuce practuce stage constructuon
ASB head yell leader sopho
more class yell leader GAC
secretary Curcle F CSF sec
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Redcar Revuew Lutorua lower
class edutor Aeoluan C l u b
swung band drull team uunuor
play assemblues offuce prac
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sensor class counclllor GAC
Clrcle F Dance Cllub offuce
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ELEANOR JEAN WRIGHT
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Who s Who In The Senior Lloss
Floreen Johnson Most Likely to Succeed Kenneth Butts
Rosemary Sarkisian i the Most tor the Class Eddie Lane
Eloreen Johnson Best Student Ernie Bedrosian
Gloria Heinrich Best Leader Eddie Lane
Floreen Johnson Most lndustrious Ernie Bedrosian
Phyllis Patterson Best School Spirit George Betancourt
Rosemary Sarklsian Most Cooperative Claude Guerra
Wanda Jones Best Monnered Sparky Hanner
Eloise Ruby Best Personality Eddie Lane
Mary Cox Best Athlete Bill Ethridge
Rosemary Sarkusian Most Musical Henry Barigian
Mary Williams Most Dramatic Laurel Rainwater
Tsukiye Yoshimoto Best Artist Joe Montoya
Eloise Ruby Prettiest Handsomest I-dare-I Rainwater
Mary Cox Best Physique Bill Ethridge
Angie Ferreira Biggest Comedian JQQ Montoya
JUOIWITCJ BFISCOC BEST Dressed Gegrge George
Mary Williams Best Dancer Fred Lynch
Darlene Mirigian Biggest Talker Eddie Ardzroom
ANONA BYRD Girls League Trans ALFONSO OLK AV Club Dance Club
ferred from Selma High School in February baseball baseball manager
951 GLYN THOMPSON AV Club
ROSE TOYAMA Girls League
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SPONSOR Back Row Boucher Powell Ireland Front Row Roosman Bernne
The junlor class entered their thnrd year of hugh school In good form Entermg
a float with the theme Freedom Sends Peace to the Earth to Free the Slaves In the
Fowler Fall Festlval parade the yunlors received second place The float was decorated
wlth the class colors blue and gold The class flower IS the carnatuon
The lunuor sensor prom and banquet held at the Fort Washington Country Club
on May 4 was planned by the gunlors The theme for the prom was Bon Voyage an honor
of the sensors The committee heads were Shugeko Shlmokubo refreshments Gene Grlll
decoratlons Barbara Fortner prunted programs Masako Aruta lnvltatnons Pat Magall
program and Donuta Emens general chairman
Later In the year the lunlors sponsored the all school musical The commnttee
was headed by Pat Maglll
The juniors ended their year with usherlng at baccalaureate and graduatson
These lunlors wnll scon carry out their motto Today we Follow Tomorrow we
Lead by becoming next years sensors
OFFICERS Back Row James Colwell bovs oth etuc manager Pat Maglll yell leader Georce
Fcavcr vscc president Front Row Arne Hollabaugh presndent Shirley CYOQ SCCVGYOVY
Barbara Fortler treasurer Helen Muller gurls athletic manager
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Ram on Okamara Se and Raw Br lnef Gal eway Lula Dennls Pegny Cox Joyce Sennas Joyce Green Dorls Boothe
fea ge Feayer James Ga well Front Raw Marqle Boranlan Aanes Deysn an Margie Momasnan Marilyn Salwasser
barbara Partner Llly Yarnana a Kafka Snuga Not nn plc are Charles eoaclfw James Esplnosa Shlgeko Snlmokuboj
FRESNO STATE Back Row Johnny Emerzran Leroy Kevorlflan Wayne Stark Harry Fuelds Tom Harlan Pal' Magull
Carol Maddex Beverly Martyn Nlek Brown Front Raw Nlckle Lalano Barbara Parker Martha Vuncent Shirley Nacleall
Shlrley Craxg Josie Carruon Helen Mlller
CALIFORNIA Back Raw Takesn Osalfl Ara Kazanan Rooert Snawden Leslle Ollnger Dlck Hayes Gene Grlll Robert
Sinner Wallace Grlsso Second ROW Qcharfl Kada Jlmmy Don Sw rs Ann Belcher Carol Goslanlan LOlsJOI'1Cs
Audrey Meade Masaka Arlta Ralpn Gazarlan Fnrst Row Anna L, k Jasze Lopez Connle Velasqaez Ncllle Mena
Lucrlle Bue Lo ene Anronlan Snlgeko l-lasnrzanne Betty for Nat ur- pctue Roy Berry Donlta Emens
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Brll Sturduvant presndent Stanley Darllng vuce president
Gary Smuth yell loader Front Ron Klmlye Tokubo secre
tary Frances Havens gurls athletlc manager M a r n I y n
Sn,der yell leader Rose Dervlshlan treasurer
Already used to the routlne of hugh
school lute the sophomores entered thelr SPONSORS k R
Second year In good form Bon Gross Bac ow Yoder Hll Sanford Front Row
XN1th the motto Theres Room at the Top Lets Go the class ot 53 us doung nts best
to reach sts goal
The sophomores had many actlvutnes throughout the year two of which we r e choossng
thelr class rlngs and sweaters
With the theme Let Freedom Ring on thelr float they recelved honorable mention nn
the Fowler Fall Festlval parade
Blue and whlte, the colors of the class were predominant ln their decoratuons all year
TULANE Back Row Abraham Martunez Alfonso Rodrlguez Elpldlo Plzarro Jack Helnruch James Brumbaugh Roy
Boggs Eleazar Renterla Vnrgul Rose Second Row Ronald Schmudt Bob Erskln Queenne Chun: Lourse Pellham Mar
garet Calwell Pat Parker Adela Adame Jerry Mcl-lam Eddle Valdez Front Row Mary Jane Morrls Beatrnce Lucero
Sharon Steed Marnetta Mnrlgnan Nadnne Colley Vnrgunla Cruz Shnrley Pursell Blanche Guerra
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Kurkor Bedroslan Jack Kelly Bully Walker Second Row Cecll S rannc rrvfn Vo 'rz tae
Carol Stanton Dellane Harnulton Lucllle Hanner Roland All n Franlf Bcfancf M H Teros
Velasauez Grace Vlnyard Marxlyn Snyder Jewel Golston Marnlyn Green Arg
STANFORD Back Row Robert Mnrlguan Gerald Baxter Jack Tagawa Ben Betancol fkura Tokuloo Jlm Brownflelr
Martnn Srablan Second Row Glen Brown Jlrnmy Clark Ernestnne Wllllarns Mary Wolf: Hlrolfo l Mary Jqlwnson Wala
Heun Don Hunton Front Row Kumaye Tokubo Frances H vcns J yce Vvlntu Alta J at no Castro Pc oy nf-
Marllyn Llttle Joy Knrnrey lNot In pucture Jeanette Merlo
PRINCETON Back Row Ronald Guerra Carl Thompson Gerald Charlton Rl nord Barnes Delrner Terry Harold Sumoson
Gary Smlth BIII Sturdlvant Joe Hernandez Second Row Hort Horn Charlott Parker lure Mlrulfl Eexerly Cralg Frances
Atchley Jane Ray Stanley Darllng Roy Elm Front Row Barbara Scott Ruby Nakowa 'slaoma Enfvens l-larrlet Castro
Josephune Martlnez Estella Malmo Vuctorna Rodruquez Rose Deryushlan
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OFFICERS Back Row Charley Mlssakuan yell leader Hldcr
Yamane prcsudcnt Donald Turpn boys athletic manager
Front Row Rae E1hrudce C vc :tent F e a v c r
reasurer ae Ethndgo gvrls a tnc manager R o s c
One hundred and eughteen freshmen
started their hugh school career an September
of 1950 They chose maroon and gray for
their colors red rose for their flower, and
Climbing Ever Ceaslng Never for theur
SPONSORS Back Row Leest Harris Petersen Front Row
motto Ward Condlt
By the flne leadership of their president Hudeo Yamane and officers they s h ow g oo d
promlse for the comlng years
ln the Fowler Fall Festival parade the freshmen entered a float wnth the theme, Free
dom at Work and received third place
Some of their actuvutnes Included a snow party several concessions at games and an active
part at Mayfaur
Looking forward to becoming next years sophomores the freshmen ended thenr school
UCLA Back Row Ruchard M noz Russel Johansen LeRoy Wnllns Rochester Hood Tony Gutnerrez Kenneth Bennetts
Jnm Hutchings Second Row Dora Beckwuth Theresa Mayberry Joyce Grenshaw Lydia Valdez Hazel Schult Charles
Moore Front Row Sachuko Yamanaka Shurley Ollver Moruan Clark Ruth Cox Carol Feaver Lucille Azarlan Helen
Sxnner iNet ln Plcture Johnny Avlla Reba Bagwell Nathanlel Brown Joyce Jones Wade Muller Eugene Rose Patrucna
Simpson Mary Louise Vrdana Ronald Pruce
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Charle Mssak an Joe Feylnger Second Row Kenneth Sm tw Russel Bax! Dennls Galloway Irene Betancourf Dalsy
Poe Ethrldge Joyce lwanaga Barbara Watts Hldea Yanane Wa'+er lute Kenneth Yuen Fronf Row Joyce
Sfhwcw ncr-cl Arlene Orphan Eerlagene Plpkxn Rachel Jul ez Mane R neo Ruta Reed Par Feayer Jackue Plsar KNOT
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NAVY Back Row Cary Fay kawa Torn Dol Leroy Wehmeyc R He ncn lcz Jr-'vn Men cz Alfon o Romero Leonard
s hr I I rams r IC H K xO B rruff lufh r Qmlh Second Row Maurce Fodor Joe Martun Mary
Low e Nunes Irene Fulnkawa Leona Battle Charlene Hamrlck Barbara Vy nlcr France Taka o Phxlllp Selrnanol
Ma r s Crab an Fran? Row Racheal Alforo Horrence Mello Norma Pe Iharn Mary Lek Christ ne Ruddph Shnrlcy
Brom augh Mary Frances Roherls Aurora Lonfreras
ARMY ack Pow arnex Sana Paul Noble John Qulnte c Do a'd lu n Qhn o Tokubo John Naklrnura Larry
Lynch Jlm Olnyer Gary B'ongren Salvador Esplnosa Secnna Pow Howard Eoo Jo evh fe Cu nfara Nancy Derylshuan
Ceculla Soul Mae Ethrndge Pat Hughev Wanda Pond Wu Iuam Contreras Jesse Lulano Front Row Molly Alfaro Rose
Ramsrez Rachael Renterla Eleanor Franco Louxse Toor er Helen Montoya Elousa Guerra N t n Puclure Danna
Ausfnh Darrs McCowan Nlcky Dervartarnonl
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Second year Spannsn class
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B i o I o Q y students discuss
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DRAMA AND PUBLICATIONS
The Lltm Id
Chafteft '5'.??T"' JT Member JOYCE GREEN ERNEST BEDROSIAN fDRlAN SANFORD
Assistant Editor ' Iolo Ad Manager And Lltorlo And Redcat
Redcat Review Edutor Review Sponsor
STAFF MEMBER THE REDCAT REVIEW
ERNEST BEDROSIAN EDITOR 2ND QUARTER
KENNETH BUTTS BUSINESS MANAGER
JANET CAUDLE GENERAL STAFF
JAMES COLWELL GENERAL STAFF
BARBARA FORTIER EDITOR 4TH QUARTER
D 3RD QUARTER
ROSEMARY SARKISIAN EDITOR IST AN
LILLY YAMANAKA GENERAL STAFF
Bock Row Yomanako Green McGuure Mr Sanford Muss Roosmon Coude Montoya Lynch Patterson Front Row For
t Larsen Bedrosran Sarklsuon Garrett Butts INot In plctue James Cowell Arnc, HOIIabougI'1 Vlrglnua Helms
Lo.: sc Moody Carol Maddexj
The Hedlat Preview
RO EMARY SARKISIAN
R dca Revew Edtor
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Redcar Revlew and Ltona Redcar Re e ana Lutona Lltorlo and Redcar S R LL
Sponsor Art Ed for Re ew Business Manager C O
The publications Class was buster than ever thus year gatherlng news for the
school paper and plannmg the yearbook Snnce the school s emblem ns the Redcat the
Lltorla staff decided that a good theme for the book would be Redcat
The fall and sprung conferences of the San Joaquln Valley Scholastic Press Asso
The social affairs of the group were a Christmas celebratlon w I t h n a m e s
drawn for gifts a Qulll and Scroll Installation and a grand celebration when the last
copy of the Lutorla went to the prlnters
ciation that were held at Fresno State College, were attended by delegates from the
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A three act mystery comedy Ask Me No Questlons was the sen1or class
play g1ven under the d1rect1on of Adnan Sanford coach and Jhan Khan student cllrec
tor A mat1nee was held on December 7 and an evennng performance on December 8
The action all took place an the home ot Perry Thornhlll overlooking the Atlan
TIC Ocean somewhere near Groton Connectlcut
The cast Perry Thornhull mystery novellst Laurel Rannwater Phyll1s Dnxon
young southern belle Vnrgunua Helms Mrs Jennuter Baxter a shrewd woman Darlene
Mlrnguan Dr John Pllsbury a psychuatrvst Eddue Ardzroonu Mathllda a very nnsolent
woman Betty Falls Mrs Constance Parsons a deaf mute Mary Wnllrams Mrs Hulde
gard Benson a schem ng woman Glorua Helnrlch Gene Potter a young career gurl
Barbara Hayes Flrst Detectlve George George Second Detectuve Joe Montoya
The commuttee chaurmen construct1on J1m Thompson electrucuan Jhan
Khan make up Janet Caudle program Beverly Larsen properties Fred Lynch pub
l1c1ty lmojean Garrett tlckets Kenneth Butts usherettes Jean Wrnght clean up Ernest
H nr ch Dalcne M ng an Laurel Ra nwater Mar Wlllams Darlene MrQCm
V gna Helms May llla s Betty Fals l-Ol-IFC' R0 rvwofer
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Llle Is Wh lt You M Ike It
Slnce the lunuor class play was omntted thus year the yu nl o rs sponsored an all
school muslcal comedy Lufe ls What You Make lt by Lawrence Prescott The cast con
snsted of over one hundred partncupants
The play was under the dlrectlon of Adnan Sanford and Jay Condut The student
directors were Jhan Khan and Wanda Jones I. was presented on Aprll 26 and 27
The comedy was about the day to day llfe of the Mc:Guffey famnly Bull McGuffey
played by Eddie Ardzroonu was the stern father and the dnstruct attorney who was runnung
for re election l-lns young daughter Mary played by Donlta Emens complicated matters by
falling In love wlth the son of her fathers opponent played by Laurel Rannwater Katherlne
McGuffey the kundly mother played by Rosernary Sarkusuan always had a tame gettnng her
carefree son Chester olayed by Pat Maglll to eat has mornnng cereal
Joe Draco and Connle Curan two students played by Joe Montoya and Phyllis
Patterson also added Interest to the production by theur songs and dances Other members
of the cast were Kenny Bu ts Ralph Gazaruan Waldo l-lean Bob Katzakran Mary Wnllnams
an Jean Wrlght
The productlon cast chalrmen who were under the durectuon of general chairman
Pat Maglll were Tom rlarlan stage constructlon Marllyn Salwawsser decorations Barbara
Fortler publuclty Wayne Stark property Jhan Khan sound effects Janet Caudle make
Shngeko Shlmokubo tlckets and Shlrley Craig programs
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The Aeoluan Club composed of the thzrd and fourth pernod chorus classes re
celved vocal tralnmg from Jgy Condlt The purpose of the club as trannung for lelsure tnme
actuvutnes and enjoyment of good music
The club showed their talent by appearing nn m a n y performances Actuvntnes
participated In were the Chrustmas concert attendance at the 5l muslc festnval band
concerts the all school musncal Baccalaureate and Graduatlon
Otfucers for the fnrst and second semesters respectlvely we r e Faye McGuire,
Rosemary Sarknsuan presidents Wanda Jones Barbara Scott secretary treasurers Patsy
Phlllups Angle Ferreira Dansy Mae Ethrndge Dansy Rae Ethrndge lubrarlans
The gurls wore new unnforms navy blue jumpers and long sleeved whnte blouses
New addntuons to the musnc group thus year were the boys chorus mixed
chorus gurls small ensemble and gurls trio
The boys quartette has been very popular around the town thus year besudes
being very well llked at school They sang for the Lnon s Club Harvest Home Dlnner,
Unnted Presbyterian Church the Father Son Banquet, as well as many school tunctnons
AEOLIAN CLUB Back Row Bac Martyn Purscll Atchley F lds Llllle Quintana Snyder Bedrosuan Winter Chant Merlo
Ferre r MrCuurc Jones 'vtnddle Row Guerra Huerta Ste d C am M rnaran Coy Bray Bankhead Sumpson Kung Scott
Thomp on D McCowan Front Row Franco Clark Velasq lez Montc a Castro Havens Reed TODDCV ROVY109 Bfllm
hauwh Her-der on Patto on KNO? un plcturel Anderson B3 I "'a te R rd C uz M Fthrldge R Ethndgc Hagopran
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Self George Betancourt La no Front row Hnton Lane Mr Powell DIRECTOR
Hell I at lldml Performs
THE FUHS BAND dtregted by Earl Powell and drum major Ed Ardzroonn has
played an Important part nn our school lute lt has helped to strmulate pep at assemblles
Three of the top band members were sent as representatlves to the Stockton
Band Clrnuc and representatuves also were seat 'IO The l'lOr1Or Band In l:reSr1O Other Gcflvl
tles were the Chrlsrmas Program Band Festlval and the Sprung Concert
The band offrcers were Ed Lane, presldent Leroy Morgan vnce presudent and
Floreen Johnson secretary treasurer
day and Thursday durlng actrvlty perlod They played for a few darces ln the sprung
Bock Row James KeI'ey L Ardzroonl Self B Betoncourt G Vccver E Bo nes Fev nger Nofanwro Jack Kelley Thrrd
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Row C Feaver J McHam Hnton Morgan Barlgran Lone John on kuda Wada Frrst Row Flores L Mcl-lam Berry
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Bock Row Caudle Jones Pnsor Ramlrez F nt o MCGure Mss Ward Helnrrch Craig Emcns
GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS Glor: nnrlch resldept Wanda Jones vuce presldent Janet
Caudle secretary Faye McGunre o y Ramnrez sensor councullor Shrrlev
Craug lunlor councullor NaOma Emens sophomore councullor Jackie Pusor freshman
councillor Barbara Ward sponsor
The Glrls League with colors of lavender and purple has strlven to foster a teellna
of unuty and to uphold hugh :deals among the gurls of FUHS and to serve the school
The actmvutues have mcluded a freshman tea a fall party Blossom Day a Christmas
party Mayfair a Twnrp dance and o senior farewell party
BOYS FEDERATION OFFICERS Claude Guerra president Gene Grill vnce presadent
Jhan Khan secretary Bull Ethndge treasurer Tommy Sano and Nuck Brown sergeants
at arms John Pereira sponsor
Thus year the Boys Federataon under the gurdance of Mr Pereira undertook to
organize the freshman party help wuth the ASB Chrnstmas party the boxung tournament
and the stag party as annual events
The purpose of the organuzatuon as to work for the Improvement of FUI-IS and the
motto as Do Ou Share
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Ful kawa Mnnglan Mlddle row Okarnura Ful ara Sh mokubo Ar ta Boothe Patterson Sarklsaan
Johnson Yansane Front row Scott Havens Ram rez Nakaga a Dervlshxan and Stanton
CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION CHAPTER 56 T e m o tto of thus c I u b ns
Scholarshlp for Servlce Their purpose as to foster a hlgher standard of scholarshlp and
broader :deals of service on the part of the STUCICHTS of FUHS
The ottucers for the flrst semester were as follows George Feaver presxdent Ken
neth Butts vuce presrdenf Phyllls Patterson secretary treasurer For the second semester
they were Ernest Bedroslan presldent Kenneth Butts vlce pres dent Hldeo Ya ma n e
secretarvt asurer Don Ireland us the sponsor
Actuvutles thus last school year Included a Christmas dinner and movie and a fare
wel' plcnlc for the seruors
Seal Bearers for I95I were Ernest Bedroslan Kenneth Butts Jhan Khan and Rose
QUILL AND SCROLL Fowler Chapter of the National Journalustlc Honor Soclety for hugh
schools Those who qualuty for membershlp are rankung In the upper thlrd In their class
and doung superuor work IH publlcatlons
Beverly Larsen edutor of the Lltorna was presldent Members from lost year Included
Beverly Larsen Rosemary Sarklslan Kenneth Butts a rnes ros Members who
entered Qurll and Scroll thus year were Phyllus Potter n Faye McGulre arbara Fortler
Joyce Green and Fred Lynch The sponsors are Mass Roo nd Mr Adnan San
QUILL AND SCROLL Back row Mr Sanford Bedroslan Larsen Butts Mass Roosman Lynch Front
row Forter Green NAcGu re Patterson Sarkuslan
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JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL Making the annual Red Cross collection a success was
e mann actlvrty of the Junior Red Cross for the year ot l95O 5l
A member from each homeroom was chosen to represent hrs homeroom at the Jun
nor Red Cross meetlngs There were fourteen members In all
The officers were as follows Floreen Johnson presudent Faye McGuire secretary
Lorene Ahronuan treasurer
The Junlor Red Cross was sponsored by Mrs Gertrude Gulley
THE FUTURE FARMERS sponsored by Charles G Horns had a very successful year wlth
varuous actuvutles throughout the term
The actlvltues were as follows Greenhand nnltnatnon entrance of float ln Fowler Fall
Festnval Parade on October 20 the showing of lavestock at the Fresno Dnstrnct Farr and
at the Cow Palace ln San Francisco and packing cotton for ralsmg funds
ln addltlon the FFA held a skating party a snow party and partlcnpated an the
FFA basketball tournament The fnnal actlvuty of the group was the Father Son Banquet
held In fvlay
The offucers for the year were Ernest Barnes, president Tom Yamanaka vnce
preszdent Stanley Darlung secretary Roland Allen treasurer Wayne Stark reporter and
Tommy Sono sentlnel
Back Row Terry Ruchard Ba nes Hall Hamllton Erumbaugh Thompson Ruvera Morrus Srabuan Valdez
Heinrich Beggs Kaloostlan Guerra Mr Harris Second Row Yarnanaka Emerzvan Martun Srabuan
Vlfgll Rose Mora Futzgercld Allen Stark Earnest Barnes Darlnng Front Row Blomgren Wade
Muller K Smnth Eugene Rose Wehrneyer Hernandez G Smnth Oluver Lutten Hutchnngs Pursell lNot
nn Pucture Avula Erskun C J Muller Romero Ruuz Sono Snmpson Strange Thompson Tovarl
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Psor Feaver Roberts Ol er Th rd R e os an ae Ethrdge Ruby rga o Q Mgg
Ward Lugano Lopez Falardo Front Ro Wr ght Emcns Larsen Sarksan Fea e Hayes Brscoe
THE TRI HI Y under the sponsorship of Barbara Ward has had a good year Some of theur
actlvutnes have been sendlng delegates to the Sequora Lake Conference helping Ys Men
Club wlth childrens Hallloween party holdung a Chrlstmas party redecoratung g 1 rl
lounge gnvung toys to needy chrldren and sponsoring the March of Dames campaign
The Tru Hu Ys motto IS Pure Words Pure Thoughts and Pure Actions The
colors are red white and blue The purpose ns to create malntaln and extend through
out the home and communuty hugh standards of Chrrstlan character
The offlcers are Claire Feaver president Rosemary Sarkrsuan vuce presrdent Bev
erly Larsen sceretary Shirley Craug treasurer Jean Wrmght corresponding se cretary
Barbara Ward sponsor
THE HI Y under the drrectlon of .lohn Pereira has had several actnvutres durnng the year
rncludmg representatives attendlng the Tralnung Session at Sequoua Lake and State Tram
:ng Session at Stanford Unnversrty afloat nn the Fowler Fall Festuval Parade basketball
concession skating party Clean Scholarshlp Week and sending a delegate to Hn Y Youth
and Government Conference
The Motto rs Clean Speech Clean Sports Clean Scholarship Clean Luvung The
purpose IS to create and malntaun throughout the school and communuty hugh standards
of Chrnstlan character
The otfscers are Eddre Ardzroonu presedent Claude Guerra vlce presndent George
George secretary Leon Ardzroonu treasurer Ernest Bedroslan sergeant at arms Ken
neth Butts chaplaln Mr Pereura sponsor
Back Row E Ardzroonu Butts Galloway Erne Bedroslon Montoya Kay Bedrossan Gazaran Front Ro
L Ardzroon George Maglll Yamane Mr Perelra
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DANCE COMMITTEE Since the dance club was dlscontlnced thls year It was declded by
the student council that a dance committee should be apponnted
The committee conslsted of Kenneth Butts chairman Jimmy Stlvers Pat Maglll
Marllyn Salwasser and Donna Austln with Mrs Austrn sponsorlng the group
The purpose of the group was to plan all school dances and set rules and regula
tions for them
The actlvltles completed thls year an luded the Vlctory dance an honor ofthe varsnty
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB oftncers thus past year w re Joe Montoya presldent L e Self v IC e
president Robert Mlrnguan secretary treas.urer Charles Couch program chalrman
The clubs purpose IS to brlng better education to students by their use of auduo
visual materials The color for the club IS technxcolor
Thelr actlvltles for the past year were noon movles a Chrnstmas program movie
provldlng and trasnlng AV operators for teachers use and psarchase of equupment to r
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB Back Row Magnll Osak Mr Landrum M gnan Thompson Mddle Row
Brown Bagwell Cox Self Couch Bro nfneld Tomas Gvens Blomgrcn Front Row Bedrosnan
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CIRCLE F Back Row Wrught Shumokubo Henderson Hayes Muruguan Fauls Heunruch Nakagawa
Tokubo Mrs Austun Muddle Row Ruby N Emens Mller P C x D Emens Boothe Ramurez
Patterson Front Row Hashuzume M Cox McCowan Fortuer McGuure Ferreura
THE CIRCLE F, sponsored by Mrs Jacquelyn Austun us an honorary gurls athletuc organuzatuon
whuch does not functuon as a club To qualufy for membershup the gurls have to earn one
hundred pounts takung part un untramural and unter school sports
Each addutuonal fufty pounts enables a gurl to get a star to be worn on the emblem
Star wunners were as follows
One Star Dorus Boothe Donuta Emens, Shugeko Shumokubo Molly Ramurez Barbara
Fortuer NaOma Emens
Two Stars Betty Staton Naomu McCowan Barbara Hayes Betty Fauls Joan Hen
derson Glorua Heunruch Elouse Ruby Jean Wrught
Three Stars Darlene Muruguan Phyllus Patterson
BLOCK F Thus years Block F club, under strong new leadershup us endeovorung to be
come an advusory board to the student councul concernung letter awards etc
The Block F members feel that they should not control the awardung of letters
but that they should make suggestuons to the student councul
Thus years offucers were Adruan Harrell, presudent Laurel Raunwater, vuce presu
dent and Gene Grull secretary treasurer Mr Lloyd Leest us the sponsor
Actuvutues on the schedule uncluded an unutuatuon party and Mayfaur concessuons
BLOCK F Baal' Row Yamanaka Grull Lane Sono Hollabaugh Thompson Harrell Ethrudge Brown
Mr Leest Front Row Baruguan Hayes Horn Guerra Butts George Betancourt Galloway Tsukumura
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GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB OFFICERS Darlene Muruguan presudent Jean Wrught vuce
presudent Phyllus Patterson secretary Joan Henderson treasurer Mrs Jacquelyn Austun
The purpose of the Gurls Athletuc Club us to promote a more general un t e re s t un
athletuc sports to develop an understandung of true sportsmanshup and to produce gurls
who have a wude curcle of unterests raduant health and co operatuon The colors are red
Gurls who have earned 50 pounts un sports as freshmen 80 as sophomores and
ll0 as uunuors are eluguble to uoun ln order to retaun membershup un the club 30 pounts
are requured each year
The actuvutues of the Gurls Athletuc Club thus year have uncluded Playday Fowler
Fall Festuval concessuon unutuatuon partles, a Chrustmas party and farewell party for the
THE YELL LEADERS headed by Phyllus Patterson have done a wonderful rob thus year un
pep rallues and game spurut Assusted by Donuta Emens and Joan Henderson Phyllus planned
and put over some very successful assemblies
The yell leaders wore new red Corduroy skurts whute sweaters and red c o r d u ro y
THE MAJORETTE TRIO headed by Tsukuye Yoshumoto and completed by Marulyn Green and
Marulyn Snyder have done an excellent job thus year They led the band un the Fowler
Fall Festuval parade the Clovus parade and the Lemoore parade as well as performung
durung football games
'oan Henderson Phyllus Patterson and Donuta Emens
Marulyn Green Tsukuye Yoshlmoto and Marulyn SnYdC'
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THE PEP GIRLS sponsored by Wulson Landrum performed at football and basketball games
thus year to maintain pep and Splrlt
The gurls were selected by a commuttee chosen by the student councul Those selec
ted were NaOma Emens Darlene Murrguan Velma Brown Donna Austun Shugeko Shu
mokubo and Naam: McCowan who was head Pep Gurl
A whute pleated skurt and whute wool sweater served as theur unuforms wuth one
red pam pam and one whute pam pam for each gurl
The student councul bought and presented emblems to the gurls to wear on theur
THE RALLY CLUB Usherung and decoratung at the games were the dutues performed
thus year by the Rally Club sponsored by G orge Smuth The purpose of the c I u b us to
create sportsmanshup among the spectatars and students and to keep crowds under con
trol A red and whute jacket served as the unuform for the group
The offucers for thus year were Jhan M Khan presudent and Carol Maddex secre
Lack Row Maddc C Mr Smuth Khan Noble Blarngren Front Row Orphan Der ushuan Lopez
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Top Row: George, Morgan, Ethridge, G. Betancourt, J. Clark, Mid A10 Row: Hohabaugh, Yamanaka, Snowden, Galloway, Hall, First
Row: Sono, Laugesen, Gazarian, Self, B. Barnes.
The FIRST STRING PLAYERS were Galloway, Harrell, Brown, Grill, Yamanaka, Mor-
gan, Sana, Efhridge, Hanner, Lane, Betancourt. Co-Captains were Ethridge and Hanner.
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COI ell Manage Ba n Manage Coach Telford Coach Leet
Rell Lats Are Clmlnps
Welcoming twenty four varslty hopefuls at the begunnlng of the season Coach Leest
took control and more than coached the Redcats to the r turst Seauona League Champlonshup
since the war Although lacknng ln depth the varsity had what at took ln the turst to u r t e e n
players and when the pressure was on the Redcats were supreme
In two games before league play started the Redcats d u m ped the Washlngton
Unlon Panthers 38 O and the Oros: Cardunals 6 O The Redcats started the league p l a y by
dumpnng the Reedley Plrates l9 O and then stopping the Lemoore Tigers 24 I3 In the Fow
ler Fall Festuval clash Fowler defeated Selma 27 6 and then the tollowlng Fruday r a n ave r
Clovis 47 O By now the battle de luxe was brew ng and the next game on Fowlers schedule
was wnth the Sanger Apaches who also were uwdefeated In league play After a hard fought
battle the Redcats emerced the vrctors 21 I3 Th S proved to be the turning polnt of the
season as the Redcats took thelr tlnal games from Dos Palos and Knngsburg I3 O and 26 l9
The Redcats rolled up an average of 428 total yards per game In League play as
compared wlth 245 for thelr opponents They also scored an average ot 25 polnts per game as
compared wnth 7 for thenr opponents
No one player could be named as the leader of the quad as every man on the
startung eleven was more than outstandung ln his own personal positron Many of the players
had to know the plavs for more than one posltlon All of thus adds up to show t h a t the
Redcats had a team thot was worthy of the Seq Jana League Champuonshlp
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VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Clovis man about to be stopped by Hayes OJ for a short gain.
Hanner CU reoks away for a score oaoins lovis, as Mor an 1307,
Geor e 1203, and Galloway 181 repare to block.
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3. 'Lane 5-9 152 18. 'Grill
4. " . 5-3 155 19.
6. 5-9 137 20. "
7. " ' 5-8 156 21. S If
8. ' 6-2 173 22. '
10. ' 6-1 160 24.
. " 6-2 155 25. '
12. " 6-1 185 26.
13. 1' 5-8 150 27. '
14. 1' 5-7 146 29.
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THE B LETTERMEN are Allen Boos Brown Darling Feaver lco captuml
Fevlnger Flores Fupkowa Givens Hernandez Hnnton Kelly Mrs
saklan Munoz Osaka lmanagerb Puzarro Ross Sturdnvant Terry
Tsuklmura fco captaml Valdez Wrlluams Yamane COACH JOHN PEREIRA
Back Row Coach Perelra Wulllams Beggs Valdez Munoz Kelly
Allen Feczver Hlnton Hodge Ross R Hernandez J Hernandez
Darling OSCKI Mgr Asslsfant Coach Landrum Muddle Row
Fodor Puzarro Pursell Tagawa Bennetts Mussaknon Gnvens
Flores Renterua Dormnguez Lynch Front Row Terry Brown
Fevmger Yamane Sfurdvanf Ruiz Boos Fuglkawa Tsukumura
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The FUHS B football squad without much veteran strength went through
a fanrly respectable season wnnnmg three games losung four and tynng one
The team was coached thus year by John Pereura wuth Wilson Landrum assisting
B FOOTBALL SCHEDULE FOR 'I950
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Sequoua League Lluaunps
The Fowler Unuon Hugh School Redcats coached by Lloyd Leest tunushed a very
sugccessful season by representung the Sequoua League un the Fresno County tunals March 2
Although the Redcots lost the County play off game to a strong Fresno Hugh ball
club they made a grand exut from the Sequoa League Because of league shuttung Fowler
wull not play un the Sequoua League un the future
Kenny Butts and Laurel Raunwater s nuor sparkplugs of the Fowler team deserve
much of the credut for puttung Fowler back on the Sequoua League map These boys ended up
hugh scorers for the season wuth l4l and H9 re pectuvely
Honorable mentuon goes to Bull Ethrudge and Duck Hayes stellar guards of the
squad and to luttle 5 4 George Betancourt and Rodney Galloway two forwards who played
a bug part un the Redcat wunnung streak
Of course we cannot forget the reserves who gave the regular boys the competutuon
they needed to put them on top ond Coach Leest who developed each boy s obuluty to a pount
where each was a champuon un humself
Congratulatuons team may your success contunue as you start out on a clean slate
un a brand new league next year
RESULTS OF LEAGUE GAMES LEAGUE STANDINGS
Dos Palos 37
Fresno Hu 57
County Champuonshup Game Clovus
GALLOWAY RAINWATER BUTTS ETHRIDGE HAYES
BETANCOURT LANE MAGILL BEDROSIAN HANNER
BROWN THOMPSON BARNES COLWELL COACH LEEST
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Butts blocks o Lemoore shot os Hayes prepares in rake Galloway Ieops fo block a Lemoore shot as Ramwafer and
the rebound Efhrldge stand by
These Buys IQ Un The IS all
THE VARSITY FIRST STRING PLAYERS ARE Galloway forwad Rainwater forward Buffs Icapfowm center Ethrudge guard
Hayes guard Betancourt guard Lloyd Lees? rs The coach
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Bee quad Basketball
THE BEE FIRST STRING PLAYERS are Feaver guard Allen guard Barne confer Terry forward Tsukurnura lcapfaunj forward
Robet Gross IS the coach
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Klttens Capture League Tltle
For the thlrd tlme In four years Mr Gross B basketball team won the Sequola
League Champuonshup At the end ot the regular season the Knttens w re In a three way tue
with Dos Palos and Sanger for the tltle
Knttens out scrapped the bug Edison team but they flnally lost by elghteen polnts
When Mr Gross sent out a call for players elghteen boys came out for the team
After a few weeks practice the team was narrowed to twelve players Then one of them checked
out of school Wlth these eleven players Mr Gross completed the season Nlne of these players
made thelr letters
There were two players returnlng fron last years champlonshlp team Huro Tsukl
mura was the only letterman returnlng George Feaver was also a member of last year s team
Captaun Tsukumura was the playmaker and spark plug of the club George Feaver
Rolly Allen Delmer Terry and Duck Barnes were other startlng members of the team
The eught players who recelved thelr letters and sllver basketballs were Captain
Tsuklmura Terry Barnes Feaver Allen Wnlllams Brown and Osak:
LEAGUE STANDINGS RESULTS OF LEAGUE GAMES
Team Won Lost Fowler Reedley
FOWLER Fowler Lemooore
DQS PQIQS l:OWlGI' Sell'l'lCl
SQ,-,ger Fowler Clovis
Selmg Fowler Sanger
Reedley Fowler Dos Palos
Lemggre Fowler KIt'lQSlDLJ Q
Kgnggburg Fowler EdlSOt'l
Clovis C County Champlonshlp Gamel
Barnes les s higzntio girabgr bLeunl:d if :atv kemn. r n, so i an as 'uim mor S n' r w re oun
Mr. Gross won on a coin flip and the right to play Edison for the County title. The
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CEE FH? JTRNNQ PWAYERS ARE Murruefa Forward Silvers Forward Yuen Forward and Guard Hernandez captaun
enfe Ournfcro Guard John Pereara IS The coach
C BASKETBALL Bock Row Coach Perevra Qunnfero J Fevlnger S Tokubo K Yuen K Barrett D Galloway R Hernandez
L Noble Front Row B Murwefta J Esplnosa R Munoz L Smlfh T GUYIGVVGZ H YCIVTWOYW9 J STWCVS W M"e'
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Wlth about Twenty young basketball hopefuls turning out at the beglnnung of
basketball season Coach John Pereora buult a C class basketball team from all freshmen
except for two gunnors whlch was the best that Fowler Hugh has seen for some years The
lnghtweughts had a record of tnve wlns and two losses and ended up In second place an the
Sequoia League Dehmd only the Lemoore Tugers who had a seven wins and no loss record
Ray Hernandez scored 76 polnts durxng the seven league games for an eleven
ponnt average He was followed closely by Bob Murnetta wlth 65 points for a nine pount
average Joe Fevunger and John Qulntero were the best rebounders on the squad that helped
keep the team an many of the games
Those boys who reCeIved letters Ore as follow Bcb Murnetta Ray Hernandez
Kenny Yuen Joe Fevlnger John Quantero Jimmy Don Stlver Altcn o Romero and Ruchard
RESULTS OF LEAGUE GAMES
Fowler Dos Palos
TEAM won Lost
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Varsity Nine Plays Ball
Thus year the varsuty baseball team completed a faurly successful season Wuth cu
record of three wuns and four losses un league play they tued for th rd place un league standungs
Two weecs of practuce were mussed because of the basketball play offs All of the
other teams un the league had fuve weeks or more ot practuce under theur belts before the season
s arted The Redcats had only practuced three weeks and they weren t up to par when the
ch clule started
Sux of last eason s starters had graduated so Coach Leest had to full up the gap
wu h s phomores and uunuors George Betoncourt stellar unfuelder from last years team was
called unto the our force early un the season
Rodney Galloway and Duck Hayes took over the putchung uob and performed well
Putcher and out fuelder Duck Hayes was the bug gun at the plate for the Cats
The furst league game of the season was lost to Sanger by the score of 6 0 Dos
Palos squeezed out a 5 4 wun over the Redcats un the eughth unnung of theur thrullung game
Late un the season the Cats beat Selma 7 l and walloped the Clovus Cougars 4 O
There were thurteen boys out for the team and nune of them made theur letter
The lettermen were Akura Tokubo Kuyoshu Tokubo Rodney Galloway Duck Hayes Clement
Romero Carl Thompson Rolly Allen Huro Tsukumura and Pat Magull
VARSITY BASEBALL Back R w R Bones D Hunton R Allen R Galloway D Hayes C Thompson C Romero Coach
Lloyd Leest Front Row R Hernandez P Magull A Tokubo K Tokubo H Tsukumura G Betoncourt B Condouon tNot
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VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD Back Row J H lnrlh B Murletta Qurntero K Yuen l. Ross M Fordor
S Tokubo L Noble R Johan en L Wehmeyer Front Row J Fevln er J Martln J Nakamura B Sono R Baxter
Junior Varslty Gams Experlence
Although the junior varsuty baseball squad drdnt play a ny interscholastic
games throughout the season at was Important In the scrlmmages that It g a ve the
Redcat varslty The coachless squad has gone a long way to gave themselves the valu
able experience that they wall need to play on the varslty squad next year
Several JV players Improved enough to make the varsity squad thus year The
varsrty coach Lloyd Leest was very pleased to see the JV squad produce these few
Wnth the excellent progress that the Fowler junior varsity baseball team made
thus year the prospects for a coach and a JV squad are very good for next year Wrth a
lnttle coachnng Fowlers lunlor varsity can go a long way In the Shasta League
Joe Fev nger gets ready for the patch Maunce Fordor catches a fast stralght ball
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Front Row Coach Bob Gross B Ethrldge G Georce t: Ardzroonu Lane Hanner Not picture H Barlglan
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Sequola League Track Champs
The FUHS Redcat varsnty track squad coached by Robert Gross and John
Perelra went through a very successful season thus year
The first contest of the season was at Dos Palos where several boys won
tlrsts In theur events and the team as a whole ended up ln thurd place
Second on the track schedule was the Reedley Relays on Apnl l4th where
he Fowler cundermen copped lst place In class A
The thurd meet of the season was the Sequoua League meet held an Lemoore
In whuch Fowler agam won Class A Tom Sono proved has worth by throwing the
discus a dlstance of l44 feet for an automatlc Sequoia League record with the new
type duscus Bull Ethrudge won the broad jump and placed second an the 120 yd hurdles
In the Fresno county meet held nn Coallnga Tuesday May l the Redcat
speedsters copped 2nd place and several boys won gold track shoes Bull Ethrudge cap
tured both the hugh and low hurdles and Claude Guerra ran a beautfuul race to wan the
Star spnnter Bull Ethrldge opens up the O Quartermulers Arnxe Hollabaugh and Sparky Hanner
yard dash approach the tape neck and neck
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Hee Lee Lindermen l'r0Qress ltdpnlly
The Bee team was short on moterla but made a taxr season of It The out
standmg men were Kelly Barnes and Munoz
Kelly was a standout ID the lOO yard
The members of the relay team were
The Cee team was composed largely
team members were R Hernandez hugh lump
The members of the 440 relay team
dash and helped the relay team
Sturdlvant Kelley Flores and Wulllams
of freshmen Some of the outstandlng
O l-aashlzume dash J Qumtero dlscus
were Hashlzume Nakayama Baxter and
Mr Perelra worked hard to develop the cmdermen, who sn future years wall
be the mamstays on the varslty
Duck Barnes and Ray l-lambnck get ready to assault poe vault records
Shot Putter Tony Munoz gets away a long heave of the IO Ib ball
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Pcrcxag Front Row: J. Quzntcro, B. Busch, B. Murrieta, F. Nokaycma, R. Ccxfcz, R. Munoz, J Nakamura.
lfl5l Tramk Lhellule
March lnterclass meet sophomore first treshrmn second sensors
thlrd tumors fourth
Apnl Dos Palos Relays th rd nn cass A
Apnl Reedley Relays first In c ass A
April League meet a Lemoore furst In c ass A
Aprnl County meet at Coalrnga second In class A
May Valley meet Slerra duvus on ar Coalmga third ln class A
May West Coast Re O s a Fresno th rd In 880 yd relay
Moy All valley meet at Fresno Ethrldge second nn l8O L H
May State meet Clst and 2nd p'ace wmnners In all valleyl at
Roy Hernandez easxly cears the hugh jump bar 7,1 yo d "1 mon O amu Hash zume flnlshes strcngly
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Colwell, Kenneth Butts, Front Rowt Darlene Mirnguan, managerg Phyllns Patterson, NaOma Emens, Mary Colm, Jean
Wrught, Donuta Emens, Barbara Hayes, Jacquelyn Austnn, Coach.
Ile-I but ettels lel,nl,Imlnplnns
The tennls team under the coaching of Mrs Austrn had a good 1951 season
Playung Sanger Reedley Selma Dos Palos Clovns and Lemoore, respectnvely the team
came out wuth a three way tue tor turst place wrth Reedley and Sanger
Besides the team championship NaOma Emens r lrl s singles won every match
rn the Sequoaa League and went on to the county matches
LETTERMEN OF 1951 were Kenneth Butts Laurel Ralnwater Tom Harlan
Phyllls Patterson George Feaver, NaOma Emens Donato Emens and Mary Cox The
only letterman on the team from last year was Mary Cox
Phyllus Patterson watts for Tom Harlan to serve NaOma Emens ready for delwery of ball
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SWIMMING SQUAD Back Row Coacn Sm th Grnsso Lynch Grll D Hayes Emerzran R Galoway Magull Butts G Smlth
Turpm T Sono Boas G Feover L Lynch Darlrnq Mrssakxan Coach Sanford G Betoncourt Maddie Row Bue Burnett
N Emens Patterson P Snyder Fortrer Salwasscr Plsor C reaver B Hayes D Mlrrgucn Front Row Stanton D Emens
Ray M Cox Plpkm Azarlan Roberts C Fcavcr M Snyde Franco
ate: Lilllchlllllfi lletl Lats
The swlmmlng team coached by Georg Smlth and Adnan Sanford made
excellent showmgs ln the tuve meets scheduled for thus year
Co managmg the swam team were Lou Ann McHam and Beverly Larsen,
who also was the timer and statlstucuan at the meets
Dlvers and swlmmers returnung from last year Included F Lynch G Smith M
Snyder Grasso Grnll D Hayes Emerzlan, R Galloway Magrll Butts T Sana G Feaver
Darling Bue N Emens Patterson, B Hayes Stanton D Emens Ray C Feaver
1951 SWIMMING SCHEDULE
Interclass meet May Fowler
Practrce meet wrth
Fresno Hu and Hanford May Fowler
County meet May Coalmga
Valley meet May Lemoore
Sequola League meet May Kmgsburg
C Feaver B Hayes P Patterson glade across pool Fred Lynch ln the peak a swan 1
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Top' Scmor Beauty College gurls orc volleyball champsg Sensor
Beauty College used great skull to wxn muxed volleyball,
Nrxt tc Top' Sensor Beauty College sweeps to vuctory an
boys' volleyballg luneors wm hard bottle for spccdball
Ne-t tc Boffornz Sensor Beauty College are ynclors nn footbollg
Sen or Beau'y College repeats vrctory by wmnlng bays'
Eotiom' Sbageko Shumokuba and Shugckc Hcshwzume, iumors,
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I IIIEI class Spun ts
Top Beffv Don ond Hel n Muller boom nfon doub es chemo
Tom fora mtramurol shot our and drscus winner
Nnxt fo Top Jock Kelly sforfmg the IOO yord dash Lrght
we ghf boxing champs urpln W I er on
Next to Bottom J Fevmger ond W Hodge who we e m do
weugnt cnomp ons Hecvywenghf champs Hcnner
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Bottom Erme Bedrovon nnfromurol Terms star
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TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
TWENTY YEARS OF EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS S R IC
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armor than the courage of youth
The record your school attained thus year an a
Ietlc and scholastic accompllshments proves that
you have used both well Congratulatlons to your
Head Coach Lloyd E Leest hrs asslstants and to
all members ofthe Fowler Unnon Hugh School facul
ty for their unhrmg efforts In helping to brmg
about thus championship year
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FR NO CALIFORNIA
QUALITY PACKERS OF DRIED
RAISINS AND FRUITS
TQ t e Closs of '51
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I I 1 A Quarter of a Century of
I 5 Progressive Square Dealing
I n . Fowler Coliforrii
Wishes Congratulations and
Success to the Class of '5l
MR, AND MRS. KIRK MIRIGIAN
Corner First and Main Streets
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FLOWERS FOR EVERY MOOD
Always Send the Perfect Gift
Merced Street Fowler
CH EERFUL CORNERS
For Cheerful Service and
TRADE WITH US
Evelyn and George Heinrich
Fowler Avenue and Fresno Street
BYRON B HALLER
BYRON B HALLER
Phone 255l or 577I
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Congrotulotuons ond Success
I F Lynch, DlStYlbUtOY
STANDARD OF CALIFORNIA
BIAUKBURN AUIU PARIS IIIINIPIINY
TRUCKS AUTOMOBILES TRAILERS
TRACTOR PA RTS
428I7 Hgh y
Snlvuus II Schnenhackler
IQAPE TO THE cLAss
CALIF OF 51
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Baxter Chevrolet, Inc
3841 C o
Pl-llLL S MARKET
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Congratulations To The Class of '51
JOHN ALLRED 6- SON
Phone 3896 or 4676 Fowler, Calnfor a
Phone Fowler, olif
Where ua i y Comes First
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STAR CASH GROCERY
Where The Wise Economize
Lee Johnson, Prop. Fowler
Manufacturers of School Buses
MEN S AND BOYS
824 Merced Street
Desngners and Manufacturers of
Packing House Drled Fruits and
Fresh Meat Fresh Fnsh
Poultry Frozen Foods
Saxth and Merced St Phone 2701
Class Sweaters Letterman Sweaters
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H24 FULTON ST FRESNO CALIF PH 4 5585
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Corner of Orange 81 Railroad Avenues
SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO
THE GRADUATING CLASS
Ilutane 8. Prupane Supplv Company
AI Koolman Phone Fresno 3 4171
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Contract 81 Cost Plus Plumbung
HALF MILE SOUTH OF OVERPASS ON U S HIGHWAY 99
Rrchard D Arslan P O Box 309
O V Overstreet Fresno Calrfornna
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State Licensed Contractors
Rue lllafuf Shop
Becouse You Love Nnce Thungs
Iose Kondornon ond
Mory Ahronlon Prop Fowler Colltornso
A R Dankworth, Inc
I4I4 West Seventh St I26 Post Street
CORRECT PERSONAL CARDS
CLUB PINS MEDALS FAMOUS HERFF JONES CLASS RINGS
Le Moss Smith Tire Company
THE RUBBER MEN
GENERAL TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES SEAT COVERS
KRAFT SYSTEM RECAPPING
I625 BROADWAY FRESNO CALIFORNIA
Honda S Garage
GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRING
WHEEL ALIGNINC1 AND BALANCING
SPECIALIZE IN MOTOR TUNE UP
Phone 464I Fowler Colnfomao
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LOS ANGELES I7 SAN FRANCISCO 8
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MARKET 81 CLUB
ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER
OPEN SUNDAYS - HOLIDAYS
Phone 2640 Fowler - Floral Aves.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT
De Wolfe and Central
Phone 4-75I6 Fresno, California
FOWLER FIVE AND
TEN CENT STORE
SCHOOL SUPPLIES CANDIES
Phone 2I9I Fowler Calnf
Merced and Seventh
THE FOOD MART
Fresh Meat and Groceries
Corner Fowler 81 Adams Avenues
Sonny and Barbara Esland
Rao Grande Rust Proof Gasoline
Weed Spray Onl
Dnesel OII Stove Oul
Offnce 8. Plant 3080 Ranlrood Ave
Phone 3 62II Fresno Calif
TESTED PRODUCTS CO
KNAPP S THE MAN
Los Angeles 4 Calnfornua
PLANING MILL CO
Wholesale and Retall
GENERAL MILL WORK
Phone 3 2696 Fresno 9 Calufornla
Rawlungs Athletic Equspment
MacGreger Athletuc Equspment
Pennsylvania Rubber Balls
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3478 West First Street
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We Specialize in the Repair ot all Models ot Goble Discs
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Goble D'sc I-larrows
FAIRBANKS-MORSE AND POMONA PUMPS
Phone 4041 P. O. Box 415
U. S. 99 at Manning Avenue
Class ot 51
C D Simonian 6- Cecil Melilcian
Bank of America Bldg Phone 5751
Best Wishes From
San Joaquin Baking U0
DUTCH TOAST BETSY ROSS AND
ROMAN MEAL BREADS
Valleu Inundru II Illachine Illurks nc
Engineers and Manufacturers
LEON S PETERS President
710 734 H Street
2718 East Avenue Fresno California
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We wnslrw every member of the Fowler Urnon Hugh School
Closs of Sl contmued success an has future endeovors
os he 'rrovels through llfe
The llortler Transportation Co
Fortler Rigging llo
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 51
Petroleum Sales, loo.
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INSULATION POCKWOOL OR FIBERGLAS
STEEL WINDOWS En GARAGE DOORS
WOOD DOORS 6 PLYWOOD
General Electruc Dutch Boy Pamts
Wedgewood Ranges Coleman Furnaces
CONGRATULATIONS AND SUCCESS
llardmgs Hardware 81 Appllance
Howard H Hardnng L H Hardlng
Phone 2036 622 Snxth Street
Offace l963 Hugh St Selma Theater Bunldlng
Phone 98W Cor Nebraska and Thlrd Sts
Alterotsons and Repanrnng
All Work Guaranteed
35 Years In Servuce Selma Cahfornua
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK
Fresno Bakersfield Hanford
Offuce Supplues Stahonery
Typewnters School Supplaes
P e O 1917 Hgh St eet
J B STEVENS SELMA CALIFORNIA
GONG S FOOD MARKET
Grocery Meats Vegetables
31271 2244 Ralood A e
THE DIAMOND MATCH CO
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SHELBURNE S STATIONERY
Stot1onery and Offuce Supplles
JACK SHELBURNE M 9 G Ow 6
I M Phone 4 5007
SAVING CENTER GROCERY
GROCERIES MEATS PRODUCE
ced Sf e f Ca
Pho e 2731
SAN JOAQUIN PAPER
Good Luck to the Sennors
HAMIURGERS SOFT DRINKS
SHAKES CREAM CANDY
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Je ele and S Ivenmnhs
F Iton 8. Mar posa
ARTHUR P YORDON F e no Col fo n o
SPIC AND SPAN
Bags Glovn Llngovla
Pho e 4 5331 Pho e 2 1296
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V ala Col fo n a F esno Cal fo
LEES TOWN 81 COUNTRY
D sl nc! ve Lad es Apparel
1960 Hgh St 708
W Iches D1 mo d Jowll y
Thi d Flon Holm lulldllg
MAN U EL S
EDDIE S LUNCH
WHERE FINE FOOD IS SERVED
ON HIGHWAY 99 NORTH OF SELMA
BODY AND FENDER SHOP
99 Hghway and Merced
PHONE 5481 FOWLER CALIFORNIA
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Kestly Buick Co
SALES 8: SERVICE
Selma Colufornmo Phone 4
SELIILI DIIUIJ LU
JOHN R PATTERSON Proprietor
SELMA CALIFORNIA Phone 50
Best Wnshes To The Closs of 1951
PEERLESS PIMP IIIIISIIN
FOOD MACHINERY AND CHEMICAL CORPORATION
1755 Brood y UMP Fresno Colnfornuo
Tulare 8. L Streets Smce 1874 Fresno 3 5188
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DODGE AND PLYMOUTH
GOODRICH AND TEXACO PRODUCTS
Phone 682 and 556 l99O Whntson
STRABLE Musical lnstruments
Complete Repair Shop
Jam: SBXTUII af co
CHICAGO LONGISLANDCIIV PHIIJDILPIIII
FOWLER FARM SUPPLIES
FOWLER FEED STORE
Feed Seed and Fertullzers
3391 5 Hgh
ALMONDS PEcANs w wuts
cJsToM Huu.lNc3 AND SHELLING
Route l Box l5 Phone 4l7l
SELMA FLORAL SHOP
Ph e 2l4W Ray C Bollun
FRESNO AUTO PARTS C0
Complete Automotive Supplies
560 Broadway Phone 6 8261
' JOE , Prop.
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FLOYD wlucms NUT COMPANY '
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LUMBER HARDWARE PAINTS
Monoger PETE ERANZ
PHONE 2671 CORNER 7TH AND MERCED
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You Can Pay More
But You Cant Buy Better
EASLEY 8. CAU DLE
YOUR CHEVRON DEALERS
Adams and U S Hghway
Phone 932I Fcw er
SERVICE 81 APPLIANCE
Ph ne 3302 Corner 6th 8. Mann
BISE AND TIPPIT
We Feature ONLY Famous
EASY BEAUTY RES
OKEEEE AND MERRIT ETC
Fcw er California
NESTOR'S BEAUTY SALON
EREsNo's LARGEST RECAPPING
Amo coMMERc1AL TIRE CENTER
BROADWAY a. VENTURA
' COMPLIME NTS
L R TORESON
Shell Service Motel Fowler
BAKERS WELDING SUPPLY CO
HIRES REAL ROOT BEER
VALLEY OXYGEN PRODUCTS
NATIONAL WELDING EQUIPMENT
AND WELDING SUPPLIERS
ern n ree 5
4-l - WE HAVE IT
L. J. "POP' BARNES MANAGER
G W E WHITE DDS
SALES AND SERVICE
1919 wH1TsoN IHIWAY 991
M M RED RICHART
ALLIED EQUIPMENT CO
McCormack Farm Machinery
REEDLEY MADERA FIVE POINTS
l824 Santo Clara 2 G Hiwoy 99 South Lassen Ave
Phone 2 3lO7 Phone 25 Phone l52l Phone 30 Y 22
J A 7970 HJFRESILMILK
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Me ical Bu1ld1ng
170 T A Selma, California
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Phone Selma 24W
Medacal Bldg Selma Calufornaa FRESNO CAUFORNQAAJJD
Wm J Muenzer
The Fowler Ensign
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Sacramento Calnfornna l.
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