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Oh Wad some power the glffle gnc us
To see ourselves as others see us'
It Wad frae mam a blunder free us
An' foolish notion."
-ROB ERT BURNS
With apologies to the good Scotch
poet, We chose the four lines on the op-
posite page as our contribution to at
least one of the vvorld's most crying
needs-more and better developed senses
of humor! Too many of us poor mortals
take ourselves far too seriously. The gift
of seeing ourselves 'cas others see us," of
laughing when the joke's on us, of real-
izing that each of us has two sides-the
one we see and the one the World sees-
is priceless. Accept herewith the contri-
butions of our candid cameraman.
ln grateful appreciation of their
unfailing and sympathetic interest in
Cf their loyal support on count-
And of their unending encour-
We, the Student Body of Fresno
High School, dedicate this, the 1941
OWL, to all graduates of Fresno High
School, from l89l to 1941.
Ruth S. Jones
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JOHN RT. MOCK FRENE D. FARVER
Vive Principal Dean of Girls
ENID V. HIGGINS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: First row-Webster, Karastalliis, Antrim. Barron, Bradshaw,
Steiiilicrgg Hornbeak, Frolik. Second rowelline, Hawkins, Cole, Mr. Remz, Henderson, Rodman.
Kenneily. Craig, Boyer, Kraschel.
Under the able leadership of Student Body
President Stan Steinberg, the fall executive
committee proved to be an extremely active
one. The committee was composed of all the
student body officers, two members from each
year class, and representatives from the Girls'
League, G.A.A., Owlet, lriquois, and Cadets.
One of the first activities of the committee
was to sponsor a clean-up-the-campus campaign.
To further this plan, rally men were stationed on
the campus during the noon hour. The campaign
was a tremendous success.
During the term the committee passed two
amendments to the constitution. One makes it
possible for any girl receiving l500 points for
G-.A.A. activities to be awarded an athletic
sweater. The other amendment permits boys
with one varsity letter to buy an athletic
sweater. The student body passed both amend-
ments by an overwhelming majority.
Also, the committee gave their approval to the
Owlet plan. This was a plan by which the
Owlet was to be sponsored by the student body
fund and the various clubs and activities. Thus
a paper was assured to every student in the
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: First Row: Uueiishy. Sells, WPbST-GT. LEXUS' UIIFUJ- Kll04l?S,
Henderson, Sager. Main. Second Row: Young, .Xlhi'ig'ht. Krasf-liel, Plllfllll. Bates. ,Knli'1m,
Waterinan, Mi. Reetz, M. Lewis, Hansen. Y
Believing that ideas are the basis of all growth,
the spring executive committee met regularly
during the sixth period on VVednesdays to formu-
late plans for the continued betterment of the
Fresno High School student body. From these
meetings and considerations evolved many of
the activities that help to give students both
enjoyment and profit from their high school
The meetings of the committee, in themselves
a possible source of education and business prac-
tice, this spring produced several highlights.
One of the most notable was centered around the
Yosemite League Sportsman's Conference, where
a code of ethics was discussed. Here it was de-
cided that a fifty dollar sportsman's cup be
awarded to the school exhibiting the highest
type of sportsmanship.
The Service F committee has revised its laws
to issue a larger number of points for work on
drama, music, and the handbook. An amendment
to the constitution providing for n limit of forty-
five points toward the acquiring of the Service
F in drama and music was prepared for presen-
tation to the student body. The boys' towel
situation was discussed very thoroughly and an
investigation committee was selected to decide on
possible Ways and means to remedy the problem.
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Biigham Sager, Rhodes, Taylor, Miss Farver
The Girls, League is the largest all-'girl or-
ganization of Fresno High School, for all the
feminine members of the student body are auto-
matically adopted into it as soon as they register
for class Work at the 'School of Champions."
lt is under the sponsorship of the genial and
deservedly popular dean of girls, llliss Ferne D.
The purpose of the league is two-fold: to
assist and encourage girls to get the greatest
possible good from both their school work and
school social contacts, and to sponsor activities
and programs in which girls are particularly
interested. ln Miss Farverls office girls meet
informally to discuss their prcblf-mf and possi-
ble solutions to those problems. VVise and help-
ful guidance on the part of the sponsor has made
out of many a seemingly unsurmountable Nmoun-
tainn a relatively harmless Hmolehillfl
OFFICERS CEntire Year,
President . . ......,... BARBARA RHODES
Vice-President . . . . SARA SAGER
Secretary . . . VIRGINIA BRIGHAM
Treasurer . . FRANCES TAYLOR
The second purpose of the league is annually
brought to a vivid and ufragrantl' culmination
in Blossom Day, the girls, special Uday of days."
The date for this festival is set in late April
when the possibility of showers may be consid-
ered Cwith reasonable certaintyj remote. Class
rooms and offices are lavishly decorated with
flowers that vie in beauty only with the crisp
and colorful spring frocks of the gentler sex.
It is indeed "Ladies, Dayfl as girls act as teach-
ers for the day while the licensed instructors
indulgently sit back to watch. "Hello'l tags,
sold for five cents, are hawked about the halls,
the proceeds going to defray the expense of the
after-school dance in the girls, gymnasium.
Here at last the seemingly unnecessary male
comes into his element, and the day ends to the
strains of happy laughter and toe-tickling music.
HELLO TAG" SALESGIRLS: First row-Cole. Vealc, Kuhlitz. F. I'eilroncelli, Webster. Second rou'-Bradforil, Er1'inu'er, Rose. A.
erioneelli. Thirclroxx'-Lewis,Hines,We:1ver, Jo1ies.Sanders,Khzdes. Uzlgliey. Lingle. Marvin, Sager. Brigham. Roessfer. Taylor.
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Staff of Operation
OFFICE STAFF: Rar-hel Nagel, Beverly Bettsworth, Mrs
Marie Twziilell. and Louise D0ll2llO.
CUSTODIAN STAFF: First 1'ow-lflifilretll, Riley. Wrwiiizwk, Coiinvi' Cheaul c-ustoclianj, Plug, 'I'eif0i't0lle1', RuIliei'f01'rl, Holmes.
Se:-owl row-Mrs Wallace, 'I'liunips1m.
CAFETERIA STAFF: Mattie Muwis, Galulied Mzlroiiizui, Nettie Jones, Fiorzi Davis. Lulu King. Emil Bzi1'tobc'li :mil Dena Ubl'2ltl0VlCll.
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BP I IN IRRIXGER FLOYD HOBBS
lt has been a long time since the halls of Fres-
no High School were first entered by those ex-
cited, eager little sophomores who made up the
Class of ,-11. We were those little sophomores to
whom 19-l-1 seemed so very far away. Yet, here
we are-Seniors! Graduation is almost upon usl
Wfvhen the time came to choose the officers for
our final year, we remembered the serious and
many duties which we would have to undertake
in choosing Don Hine as our president, Betty
Erringer as our vice-president, Jeanne Hines
secretary, and Floyd Hobbs as treasurer.
The Senior Play was the first activity which
confronted us. f'You Can't Take lt With You"
was a tremendous success, due to the fine work
of everyone concerned. The cast was splendid
and contained such talent as Laurie Buck, Bill
Jopes, Tom Bettencourt, Audrey Smith. George
Class of '41
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BETTY ERRINGER ,,.., ,.,.,,,, I 'ic'f'Pre.vidfnt
, jeixxxe Hmras ,,,,,,. ............ S efrniary
5 FLOYD HLOBBS ,,,,,, .... T rmsurer
Nance, Stuart Hyde, Barbara Rhodes, Julian
Soto, and many others.
By this time the design for the '41 plaque had
been voted upon and the one designed by June
The February graduation was the next thing
on out program for the year. The P. T. A. and
the June graduates honored the graduating se-
niors and their parents at a tea held in the
library. The theme for the commencement exer-
cises was Hlfducation for Livingfl Morton Bar-
ron, the salutatorian, chose for his speech "The
Social Sciences". The class speaker, Don Hine,
spoke on "The Artsu, and Beverly Bradshaw,
the valedictorian, spoke on "Pure and Applied
Science". A feature of the graduation was the
wearing by the graduates of caps and gowns.
This novel innovation lent a distinctly impressive
tone to the proceedings.
The Hportalsn and Hstepsu to higher education '
Class of '41
BILL RUDD ,,,,,,,,,,,
LAURIE BUCK ..,A.....
ROSEMARY STAH1. ..
XVith only the spring semester before them,
the remaining members of the class elected offi-
cers to guide them through the difficult yet
pleasurable days remaining. Nlike Keshishian
was chosen president of the class, Bill Rudd vice-
president, Laurie Buck secretary, and Rosemary
On lVlay third, the January class returned to
their Alma Mater and, together with the June
class, enjoyed the Junior-Senior Prom, which
was given in honor of the Class of '41 by the
Class of 42. The juniors carried out an Hawai-
ian theme, using novel and beautiful decorations.
The final weeks of their high school careers
were filled to overflowing for the seniors as final
examinations, plans for entrance into colleges or
universities in the not-so-far-distant future, and
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MIKE KFISHTSHIAN LAURII- BLLR
BILL RUDD ROSEMARX Sl XHI
social events crowded upon one another. Prac-
tically every club within the school feted its
graduating members with a variety of affairs
ranging from dances to swimming parties, the
latter probably bringing the truest pleasure, as
unseasonably warm weather descended upon the
The annual Senior Tea, followed in the eve-
ning by the Baccalaureate Service, was held on
June eighth, and all too soon 'the evening of
Friday, June thirteenth, brought the seniors, the
girls in white and the boys in navy blue caps and
gowns, to the outdoor ceremonies on the school
campus. Four students- Audrey Smith, Mari-
lyn Hanner, Alice Said, and David Parker dis-
cussed the topic "The Challenge to Demroc-
The first class to wear caps and gowns.
LW. Football '38-
bly, HY0u Can't
Take It With You",
"Gloria" '39. '401
Soribblers Club '40-
'41g Camera Club
'40-'41, Ass't. Fld.
Handbook '41, EX-
temp. Speaker '40.
S. B. Sec. '40, '41
Pres. '40, V. Pres.
'38, Portia '38-'40,
Sec. '39, G. A. A.
'38-'41, Owlet '30-
'41, Ed. '40, Yale-
dictorian Jan. Class
'41, Dance Fantasy
'40, "The Red
Senate '40-'41, Owl-
lil. A. A. '40-'41,
See. '40, Pres. '41.
Baseball '40 - ' 41,
Track '41, Iroquois
G. A. A. '39-'4l.
Sec. '40, Tic Too
'39-'41, Pep Girl
'39, Sophomore As-
sembly, Dance Fan-
Baseball '4 1 .
Agora ' 4 0-' 41.
"B" Basketball '38
Engineers '41, "Glo
- U , ,
Via. 39, 40.
G. A. A. '38, Owlet
CSF '38, "Gloria"
Football '39-'40, Ski
CSF '38, I. F. C.
'38, "Gloria" '40,
Asst. Track Manager
'39, Track Mgr. '40,
Stamp Club '38-'39.
G. A. A. '40-'41.
Travk '39, '4l.
Comm. of Publiea-
tions '40-'41, Owl
ini. 'ug CSF '41,
Ski Club '40, Golf
'35 9, Rally Com.
ll. A. A. '39-'-41.
V. Pres. of S. B.
'40, Comm. of De-
bate '40, '41, B.
Pres. '39, Forensio
League ' 38 - ' 40,
CSF '38-'-il. Seo.
'39, Pres. '40,
Treas. '40, Owlet
an of Jan. Class '41,
Senate '38-'41, Ten-
'39, "Gloria" '40,
I, F. C.
ii. A. A. '38-'40,
"The Red Mill",
"Gloria" '39, '40,
Dance Fantasy '40.
Senate '39-'40, Sec.
'39, V. Pres. '40,
Owl Sales '38.
"Peer Gym" Suite,
Tir'-'l'0tf '39-'40, Ski
Yiee-Pres. '40, G.
A. A. '39-'41, 'l'reas.
'41 Sec. '40, CSF
Club '39. V. Pres.
'39, Owl Art Erl.
House", "The Red
Mill", "You Carlft
'Fake It With You",
Dance Fantasy '40,
bly, Prod. Mgr.
uf- 9 W. ,mag -- an W - wa-fm wsfzmamgwagmwmmfw,.M f, f gK::smf3wm-
BUCKLES, BUNKER BURSON, BUSICK,
SHIRLEY LILA MAE VERNA LYDIA
G. A. A. '40-'41, Hypatia 39140. G. A. A. '40-'41, G. A. A. Has.
llince Fantsy '38- Owlei A40-'4l.
CALHOUN, CAMPBELL, CARNINE, CAROSSA,
BETTY BETTY DORA GEORGINA
Owlet '39. "Gloria" '40, Mari-
CASTLEMAN, CHANG, CHRISTENSEN, CLAAR,
BETTY JUNE DONA LOIS
Chinese Students' "The Red Mi11":
Club '39-'41, 590- "Gloria" 3403 l'Mari- '
'40, Pres. '40. tang,"
CLARK- CLARK CLARK, CLARK
DOROTHEA LOREN PHYLETHA RICHARD
G. A. A. '39,'41g -iG10,.,aw '39,
COLLINS, CONNELL, COWAN, CQX,
RUTH KAY JEAN WILLIAM MARJQRIE
G. A. A. 'assfilg Football '39. CSF '39-'4og Scrih
CSF '35-415 OWIGI blers Club '40.
'4lg Varsity Debate
CRIMMEL, CUNNINGHAM, DAKE, DANIEL,
ESTHER WILLIAM JUNE RUTH
G. A. A. '39-'41, Owl Art Ed. '40 G, A, A, '40.'41'
G. A. A. '3S.
DAVIS. DAVIS, DeCAFIISTO, DeJARNATT,
RICHARD VERONNE TONY RAY
541 Pres. '40, G. A. A. '40g Dance Rifle Club '40-'-115 '41 Treag, '3g.'39,
'41 Sell Leader '40, Fantasy '40. Scribblers Club '40-
'4l, V. Pres. '41.
DIEL, DIETLER, DISHMAN, DOTT,
NADINE CHARLES WILLIAM HARPER
G. A. A. '39-'41, Football '40, Chinese Students'
Scribblers Club '39-
CSF '39-'40, Portia
'39-'41, Tie Toe
'41g Dance Fantasy
CSF '41 5 Scrib-
blers Club '4l.
L. W. Football '38,
blyg Ski Club '40.
G. A. A. '38-,405
Dance Fantasy '38-
Debate '49-'-113 En-
gineers '41, Sec.
'41, Camera Club
G. A. A. '39-'41,
G. A. A. '40-341,
Dance Fantasy '40.
G. A. A. '39-'41.
G. A. A. '39-'4l.
Iroquo-is '40, Rally
Owl Adv. '41g G. A.
A. '39-'41, Dance
'42 V. Pres. '39,
Senate '39-'41, Pres.
341: Debate '40-'41,
DUNCAN, DUPUY, DURHAM, EBERHART, EBY, ECKLUND,
DOROTHY EBBA BARBARA JACQUELINE TERRY WILLIAM
'41 Treris, '40g Owl Hypatizi I-101411 G. G. A. A. '40, CSF '39-'4UZ Owl "Gloria" '39, "The Camera Club '41,
Arlv. '41, Dance A. A. I40-I-H. Amlv. '41g Owlet '39, RMI Mill", "The
Fantasy P405 fy, A. G. A. A. '39-'41, Tir- Skullng t'Sorority
A, '38.'41. Tor: '40-5415 l'orti:1 II 0 u S Q ' ' 3 "June
403412 DRUGS Fam- Murlw: Hxvflll Cam't
lzxsy 540. VIIZIIKP lt With You".
EDGERLY, EDWARDS, EDWARDS, EGO, EHRKE, ERICKSEN,
BETTY DELFRED ERNEST KIKUYE CAROL 'VER
-fqluriafi 140. Rifie Club '39.141, .lzipanvse Students' "Gloria" '40. Ski 011111 39340-
Pres. 141- Club '39-'41, SPO.
ERQINGERY EVANS' FAIN, FARLEY, FISHBACK, FISHER.
BETTY AVA,-ON THELMA BARBARA ROBERT DOUGLAS
'41 V, P,-es' 140: G' Sophomore Asgmnl Ilzlnve Filllfi-IRQ' ISS, UC" Basketball '39,
.x. A. ,ss-'41: CSF lily: 0 ,- ,, 1- i f ,- lrafik '39-
I335 Ski Club '39l Housv": t'You C:1n't
SOITIIOIUUV9 ASSQYU' Take lt YVitll Youu.
blyg "June M:1rl"g
'Wow Carft Take It
FLINT. FONG. FORCHEE, FOSTER, FRANKLIN, FRASHER-
LORENE WARREN BEULAH JUNE MARIAN ROBERT
G. A- A- 140' -.BH RaSkQHml1 lim- CSF '38, G. A. A. H y p il t i :1 '39-'40, Chemistry Club '-H. Rifle Club 38340-
--H. HBH fl-mek -41: '38-'41g Q "Gloria" Trezxs. '-10.
C'I1iv1eQ0 Sl'llflf?Illh, '492,, Mimi Bed
Club .40-,blk Mill : Dmive kan-
FRENCH, FRIES, FRUI-IK, FROWSING, GARRETT, GATHRIEI
FLORENCE MARY JANE ANNE BERNICE RUSSELL GAIL
CSF 'BRUSH' Comm. of Debate G. A. A. '40-'41, Owl '40.
'40g Forensic League
'40, ,42 Treas. '39g
ll. A. A. '39"41g
CSF '39-'4l. 'l'1'eaS.
'40, Sec-, '41, Por-
tia '39-'41, Y, Pres.
'40, Pres. '-11:
Sr-i'iIwl1lm'S Clulm '39-
'4IIg Swimining 539-
'llg Tennis '-113
"The RMI Mill".
GEARHEART, GENTRYY GIBB9, GILCHRIST, GILLIS, GLASBY,
DONNABELLE WILLIAM WANDA MARREON GERALD DOROTHY
CSF T415 Owl Adv- i.GIm.m-I ,383 FHM- Portia '40-'4l. I-l ypatia '40-'41,
'41, G. A. A, '40- neers '38-,413 Ser-. Ilfefls- ,40-
'41g Clwmistry Club 3395 Quill ik Scroll
'-llg Prirtizl '40-'41: 739-5415 K". S. F.
Ilam-e Fantasy I40. 'HQ-'41, Owlot '38-
GLENN, GOODALL, GRANGER, GRAY, GREAVES, GREENING,
PEARL ANDREW DOROTHY GRANT GRANT GILBERT
CSF '39-'41, Sfrrili- CSF '39, FSF T595 'I'i0 Tor- FSF "KK-I-105 Senate CSF E113 Stzinip Bnselmll '-11g "Yon
lvlers Club '39-'40: "ill-'41, F14-1-. '40, '40-'-11. Vlub '38-'41, Pres. f'zm't Take It NVitli
Portia '40-'-115 C. Pres, '-11: Portia '41, "Gloria" '-10: You".
A. A. 5399415 l. F. '39-'41 Sa-fv. '39, Y. "You Cillllf Take lt
fl. '39-3391 SODITO- Pres. '40, 9l'i f'luI: With Yun".
ni n r Q Assenililyg "RFI: Owl Aclv. '41 3
Uwlet '-10. ioplioiiinrel Aveni-
lilyg Ilmvff Fzxnlzwg'
GRIFFITH, GRIFFITH, GRIPPI, HALD, HALL, HAMILTON,
BETTY GWENDOLYN VINCENT LUCILLE IRMA ROBERT
Hypam '40-'41, CJ. rn. A. A. 'asm-'41, I-Iflrlvv F21HL11Hy'40-
A. A. '39-'4lg Dance
Clieinistry Club 141.
Portia '40-'41, G. A.
A. '39-'41, D,lnf'e
Portia '38-'40, Pres.
'40, "Gloria" '-LO.
G. A. A. '40-'41.
T00 '38-'41, G. A.
A. '38-'41, Aav.
Mgr. Uwvl '41, Dance
Fantasy '40, "Glo-
ria" '40, Sonlmniore
l-I 0 u s e "3 Mari-
Stamp Club '40-'41,
'41 Y. Pres. '3Q,
bly, "Gloria" '39,
llrum Majorx-tte '39-
"C" Basketball '3S.
Comm. of Social Af-
fairs, Tic 'Foc '39--
'41, Treas. '40, See.
'40, Portia '39-'41,
'40, Ski Club
'39-'40, CSF '38-
'41g Owl '41.
'41 Treas. '40, So-
G. A. A. ,sem-'41,
CSF '39-'41, Camera
Club '40-'41, Y.
CSF '39-'41, Chi-
nese Students' Club
'39-'41, V. Pres. '41.
CSF '38-'41, G. A.
A. '38-'41, Hypalia
Club '39-'41, Treas.
'40, See. '41,
WC" Basketball '39,
Owl Ally. '38, Ski
'41 Sec. '39, V.
Pres. Girls' League
'39, Tic Toc '394
'41, Sec. '40, Pres.
'41, Owlet '39,
Dance Fantasy '38,
'40, "The Red
bly, Ski Club '39-
HANSEN, HANSEN, HANSEN.
FINNELL JEANETTE RAYMOND
HARBERS. HARLAN, HARLAND,
MARGARET JAMES ROBERT
Portia ' 3 9 - ' 4 1 "C"' Basketball '38, Agora '38-'4fl. See.
Ireas. '40, Pres. '40 Sophomore Asseni- '38, Pres. '39-'40,
bly. Trac-k '38-'40, Rally
HARTUNIAN. HAWKINS, HAYTER,
HERBERT BARBARA LYMAN
Basketball '39-'40, CSF '39-'41, Dance
'l'r:1ck '39-'41, Fuel- Fantasy '40, "Illu-
neers '39-'4ll. Tia" '40, "'I'l1e Real
HERZOG, HILLIKER, HINE.
FRIEDA MARGERY DONALD
'41 Y.l'l'es. '39, '41,
Pres. '40, Debate
'39-'41, Senate '39-
'41, See. '39, V.
Pres. '40, Sopho-
HOCKETT, HOLETON, HOLLISTER,
BARBARA JEAN VIVIAN JAMES
G. A. A. '33-'41, Tie Toe '40-'41, C.
Dance Fantasy '40. A. A. '40-'41.
HOPWOOD, HQRNBEAK, HUNT.
JACK PATRICIA VERN
CSF '39-'41, Pres. Comm. of Flocial Af-
'41: Basketball '39- fairs '40g CSF '38-
4II Il'2l0k '39-'41. '41, Portia '33-'4l.
Pres. '39, Tic Tof-
'41, Owl '40, '41,
Dance Fantasy '38,
HYDE, JACKSON, JAMES,
STUART EVELYN BETTY
S. B. V. Pres. '41, C. A. A. '40-'41,
Owl '39, Senate '39- Dance Fantasy '40.
'41, Y. Pres. '40,
Rally Man '40-'41:
"Gloria" '40, Dance
Fantasy '40, "You
Can't Take It NVitl1
JOHNSON. JONES, JONES,
HARRY EARLE MAXINE
CSF '38-'40, Rifle G. A. A. '39-'-ll!
Club 33141, V. Camera Club '41,
Pres. '40, "The Red
Mill", UGluI'ia" '3S.
'39, Dance Fantasy
Dance Fantasy '40,
"June Mud", t'Srn'o1'-
Chemistry Club '41
"C" 'Frank '38-'39,
"C" Basketball '38-
Rally Mun '-11.
Pres. '40, "You
Ctlflit Take li With
I.. YY. lfootball '38,
"B" Basketball Mgr.
'40, Yarsity Basket-
lzzill Mgr. '41, 'Track
'39, Engineers '38-
CSF '38-'30, II. A. Cunun, of Athletics
A. '39-'41, 154111479 '41, '41 Pres. '41,
Fantasy '38, '-10. Fwotbull '39-'41,
Track '39-'41, Sen-
ate '40-'41, Iro-
fa. A, A. '29-I41,
Ihnue Fantasy '40,
G. A. A. '39-'41,
Dance Fantasy '-10.
MYRON BETTY JEAN
Owler '41, Sc-ribhlers
Club '41, Chinese
Students' Club '39-
G. A. A. '39-'41,
l'JzInc'c Fantasy '-10.
Uwlclt '39-'40, fi, A. Crnnin. of Athletics
A. '30-'41, CSF TSS- '40, Football '38-
'-10, 11111109 Fantasy '39, Swiinniingg '39-
'38, Swiixnning 'SIL '41, Ski Club 'SII-
'-I0: liwunirvis '-11.
G. A. A. '40-'41, G. A. A. '40-'41,
"You Cmft Take It
G. A. A. '39-'41,
Dunne Fantasy 'l0.
Rifle Club '40-'-11. Owlet '39-'40, G. A.
A. '38-'41, Portizl
USF '40-'41, Debate
aneous Speaking '39-
'41, owl '40, 111,
Owlet '38-'41, Sen-
ate '39-'40, Engi-
neers '39-'41, V.
Pres. '41, f'aine'ra
Club '-I0-'41, Pres.
'39-'41. Y. Pres.
'40, Quill and Scroll
'Tic Toe '39-'40,
CSF '39: Chinese Tic Toe '39-'41, Ski
Students' Club '3EI- Club '39-'40, Hwixn-
'41, Pres. '40. ming '40, Sopho-
ni 0 1' e Assembly,
Dance Fantasy '40,
Owl Adv. '41.
Chinese Students' fl. A. A. '40-'-11:
Club '41, f':InIern "Gloria" 'SSL
Football 'ziarg '-I", ll, At, nt, '40,
'I'I':Ic'k '3 9, Ski Club
'40, HOIIil01llOl'Q AQ-
Chemistry Club '41
Club '39-'41, Sec,
Football '40, 'I'rnck
'30-'41 , Hziskethall
'41, Iroquois '39-
CSF '39-'41, G. A.
A. '39-'41, Owlet
'41, Clieuiistry Club
U. A. A. '30-'-11.
Truck '30-'-11, Frm'-
LI. A. A. '39-'41,
Owlet '41, CSF '39,
Stamp Club '39-'-Il,
V. Pres. '39, '-11.
I'1'es. '40, Eno
liwvball "ll, lingi
G. A. A. '39"4l
Tie Toe '40-'41
Dance Fantasy '40
Ski Club '39 '40.
G. A. A. '39-'41,
Dance Fantasy '40,
"Gloria" '39, '40,
"The Red Mill".
'41 Treas. '39,
Stamp Club '38-'39.
V. Pres. '39, Owlet
'40-'41, L. W. Foot-
ball '39-'40, "June
Mad" ,"GIoria" '40,
Tic Toe '39-'41, Owl
Adv. '41, Owlet '41,
Sopliornore .I Hsevn-
bly, "June Mad",
Chinc-se Students' '41 'l'reaS. '30, G.
Club .L A. '30-'-Il.
Portia ' 3 8 - ' 4 1 ,
Treas. '40-'41, "tllof
Football '3 9-'40,
Track '39-'41, Base-
ball '38, Iroquois
Football '38, "B"
Football Mgr. '39-
'401 Iroquois '41,
Ski Club '39-'40.
G. A. A. '39-'-ll:
USF 'fill-'39, G. .5
A. '39-'40, llfincfcl
Fantasy '40, "The
Football '40, l"cf ll. A. 5. '-10.
quois '-tl, Supllo-
"G'oi'fn" '30, '40, l'rn'tfa '40.
'I'i'ar'k '41, "Gloi'ia'
ri. A. A. '30-'4i. 1'01'fi11 '40"41: GIO-
Debate '39-'41, Fn-
gineers '41, "Glo-
via" '38, 'sen
H. A. A. '39-'41, CSF '39, 'I'i'at-li '41,
Vunivra Club '-tl.
CSF '40, Owlel '40-
'4I, Senate '39-'41
Treas. '40, Hera '41,
bly, "You Can't
Take lt With YOJI,
I.. W. Football '39
ASSE Coach I.. ll
"'I'l1t- Rerl Mill"
llanve Fantasy '40,
Hyparia '38, CSF
CSF '38-'41, Ski
Football '38, Owlet
' ' C ' ' Basketball
'38, "B" Basketball
'39, "A" Basketball
'40, Track '41, Iro-
bly, "The Red
Mill", Dance Fan-
Owl '41, Engineers
'41, "June Mad",
"You Can't Take lt
Owlet '40, Owl '41,
Hypatia '40, G, A.
A. '39-'41, l. Pres.
'41, Dance Fantasy
Hypatia '39-'41, See.
'40, V. P r e s.
'40, Pres. '40, G.
A. A. '38-'41, Scrib-
blers Club '38-'40,
See. '39, Stamp
Club '38, C. S. F.
'38-'41, Oxvlet '38-
'41, Sophomore As-
sembly, Dance Fan-
G. A. A. '39-'41,
CSF '38-'41, G. A.
CSF '38, '39, '41,
bly, Dance Fantasy
'40, "Gloria" '38,
'39, '40, "The Red
Tic Toc '39-'40,
Dance Fantasy '40,
Track '39, Iroquois
'39-'41, Rally Man
Student Body Pres
'41, '41 V. Pres.
'40, Elec. Corn. '41,
C. S. F. '38, Rally
Stamp Club '38-'39
Sec. '39, Danre Fan
tasy '38, "Gloria
"Gloria" '35, '39,
"The Red Mill",
ODAHL, OFTEDAL. OGLE,
DOLORES BETTY ROBERT
OSTROM, OWENSBY, PAPAZIAN,
PAMELIA LUCILLE HARRY
CSF '35, G. A. A. CSF '39-'41, G. A. Baseball '30, Track
'30-'41, A. '39-'41, V. Pres. '41,
'40, Pres. '41, Ten-
nis '40-'41, Swim-
PATTERSON, PEARSON, PEDRONCELLI,
RICHARD ELIZABETH ANN
CSF '38-'41, Sec, Owl '41, Owlet '41,
'41, Owl '41, G, A, G. A. A. '39-'41, V.
A. '38-'41, Treas, Pres. '40, Pres, '41,
'41, Hypatia '39. Dance Fantasy '40,
'41, Pres, '40, Sec, Tennis '30-'41,
'41, "Gloria" '38.
'39, '40, Dance Fan-
tasy '40, "The Rell
PHILLIPS, PIERINI, PLOG,
DORIS ADOLPH LA VISA
Hypatia '39-'40, Football '38-'40,
"B" Basketball '39,
"A" Basketball '40-
'41, Baseball '39-
'41, Iroquois '40-
'4'I, V. Pres. '40.
POY. PRETZER, PRICE,
ALICE JEANETTE JAMES
USF '39-'41, Chi- Dance Fantasy '40. S. B. Yell Leader
nese Students' Club '40, '41 Y. I.. '39,
'39-'41, Sec. '40, '41, Swininiing '40:
Stamp Club '38, G, Owlet '41, "June
A. A, '40-'41, Owl Mad".
'41, "Gloria" '40,
RATI-IFF, REGNART, REIBSCHLAGER
LUCILLE BARBARA BETTY
G. A. A. '40-'41,
Dance Fantasy '40,
RHODES, RICE, RIGALLS,
EARZARAQ ,M JUNE INA RUTH
' 'GC' . 5 T'- '1' f'40-'41, G. o -ir ui-
Girls League Pres. ATLAY 210941. MGM- bltrj Club ,138-.flim
'40, '41 sec. '40, rm., 40. '..,,u,,i, ' ' '
Portia '39-'41, V. tango ' '
Pres. '39, Pres. '41, '
G. A. A. '39-'41,
CSF '40, Owlet '39,
SXVllIlIl1'Illg' '40, "So-
rority House", "June
Mad", "You Can't
Take It With You",
"The Rell Mill",
Dance Fantasy '40,
ftuioriaf' '39, fm.
ROBERTSON, ROBINSON, ROBY,
EARL JANE VIRGINIA
C, A. A. '39-'41, Owlet '41,
Ski Club '40, Dance
7:ww1Q,.-W :- - A . mewwf-xr,-.fzMv,. ,- W . ,ummm dlp
ROC KA FELLOW,
Tic Toe '39-'41, Ski
Club '39-'40, Owl
Adv. '41, Sophoe
m 0 r e Assembly,
Dance Fantasy '40,
"Gloria" '40g Swim-
CSF '38-'41g Portia
'39-'41, Sr-ff. '41.
G. A. A. '39-'41,
Vheniistry Club '41,
Dance Fantasy '40.
CSF '38-'41, Scrib-
blers Club '39-'41.
Sec. '40, Pres. '41,
"Gloria" '40, "Mar-
MT". F'or1tl,1i1ll '39 -
'I'1'c:1S. '41, G. A. A
'40-'41, CSF '39-
'41g Debate '39-'41
L. VV. Football '39-
'40g '41 V. Free.
'41, Senate '40-'41.
V. Pros. '41, Rally
Owl '40, O'wlet '40-
'41g Quill dk Scroll
Scribblers Club '4f1f
G. A. A. '3?-'-115 'I'lc
Toe '39-'40, "Glo-
ria" '38, '40, llblllfffl
Fantasy. '40, Owl
CSF ,353 Hypatia
'39-'41, ser-. 409
G. A. A. '38-'4l.
Footlzall '30 - '40,
lro 11 uois 359341,
Pres. '40, Ski Club
'30-'40, Rally Man
G. A. A. 'asfug
CSF '38-'41, Ora-
G. A. A. '40"41.
Baseball Mgr. '-403
'42 Sec. '39, G. A.
.-X. '39-'41, Ski Club
Chem. Club '41
C11111c1'a Club '41
'41 Sec. '40g G. A
A. '38-'-115 llypatia
'38-'39g Owl ASs'I
Iifl. '41, Dance Fan-
Uwy 405 Quill ic
Scroll '41, Swim
ming: '3 93 Expcmpor
aneous Speaker '30
J. C. '40-'41
CSF '38g l-lypatia
'40f'4l Y. Pres.
G. A. A. '393-il.
G. A. A. '3!JA'40.
ll. A. A. '3Q"41.
li. A. A, 'BSL
CSF '39-'41, Owlrt
'40"413 Hyputia '30
'41, 'Pre-as. T393 ff
A. A. '39-'413 'fic
Il.111ce Fantasy '40.
Baseball '40g CSI"
G. A. A. '38-'41
Tic T00 '40
'41 Ser. 'firig Sopho-
CSF '35-'-Il: Owlet
l'l.1b '40-'41, C. A.
A. '41g lS'lIl10l'1l Club
G. A. A.
Pep Girl '40, "Glo:
ria" '38, '40, Cul
CSF '39f41, Senate
'41, Owl Sales Mgr.
'41, "B" Basketball
'38, Baseball '40-
CSF '38-'40, Cam-
era Club '40, Dance
Fantasy '40, "The
Rell Mill" CStuden1
owl '41, Is. .-I. A.
'41, ffutm-ia" 'asm
CSF '41, Uwvlet '40f
'41' C' X 4 '10
'41, SSIIISISIQQ-S' cam
'40-'41, Stamp Club
'41, Camera Club
'40 - '41, "Gloria"
'40, '41 Treas. '4l.
G. .M A. '33-'39,
Football '38 - '40,
Track '38-'40, lro-
quois '39-'40, Ser.
'39, Rally Man '39-
SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH,
BERNARD CARREL DOROTHY EARL
Stamp Club '35-'40 "Gloria" '40.
SMITH, SMITH, SOTO. SPERL,
LESLIE LORENA JULIAN BERTHA
Stamp Club '38 1'm'tia '39-'40, Sec,
"Gloria" '38, '40, H5 0 ,- 0 1- 1 f ,-
H o u se "3 "June
STANIFORDI STEINBERG, STEINHAUER, STEINHAUER,
KENNETH STANLEY CLAUDINE DOROTHY
Owl Mlv. '40, HB' '-ll Pres, '38, S. B. Cliemistry Club '41, G. A. A. '40-'41,
Basketball '38, SI- Pres. '40, Conun. of Dance Fantasy '40,
plxomore Assembly, Finance '38-'39,
Swim Mar. '39, Ral- CSF '38-'41, Senate
ly Mau '40-'41, Sk: '38-'41, 'Ia-gas. '39,
l'lIIlI '39-'40, Y. Pres. '39, Pres.
'40, Quill 8: Scroll
'38-'39, V, l'I'eS.
'39, Owlet '33A'40,
bly, "June Mad".
STOCKHOLM, STUCKERT, STURGEON, SUMIDA,
CECILIA JUNE LAWSON ALICE
"Gloria" '40, Dance "Gloria" '39, CSF '38-'40, Hauli-
Fautasy '40, book Ass't. Fld. '39,
FII. '40, Owlet '39-
'41g u. A. A. '30-
'41 Scribblers Club
'38v'4l, Treas. '39.
See. '40, Pres. '40,
Club '39-'41, Y.
THONEN. TOOKOIAN, TWICHELL, UYEOKA.
ELIZABETH ARTHUR HORACE AKIIVII
Sivimmingf ' 4 1 , "I'lII'II'ia" '40, CSF '39-'41, "Glo-
"Gloria" '40, "Mari- ria" '40,
VAAUGHN, VERNAVA, VERNON, VOGELER,
IGABEI- ANTHONY DOROTHY PATRICIA
"Gloria" '40. G, A, ,sh '3SJ40:
"Gloria" '40, "The
Red Mill", Danmv
Fantasy '38, "Yon
Can't Take It Willa
WARREN. WATERMAN, WAXMAN, WEAVER,
WILLIAM FRANK HARRIETTE BETTY
Rifle Club '39-'41, R,11lyM21n '40.'41, Camel-H Club 141g
Rev. - ll'reas. ' 4 U , Chemistry Club '41 ,
1I'es. -LO. Dance Fantasy '40,
bly, "Red Mill",
WEBSTER, WEIR, WEST, WEST,
MARYLY SHIRLEY MARGUERITE WILLIAM
G. A. A. '38-'41, 'Fic G. A. A. '39-'-ll: llypatia ' 3 9 - ' 4 1 'I'l'2,lf'k '41,
TOC '38-'4l. Treas, Pep Girl '39-'40, '1're:1s, '40, V. Pres.
House", Dance Fan'
Dam-e Fantasy ' 4 fl.
'40, Pres. '41,
. -9525? YL F S y 1' '15 W' T-, 55' i I If-I HE?EE2'r'i9Limi2" '
G. A. A. '39-'41g
Tic Toe '39-'41, V.
Pres. '40, "Sorority
CSF '38-'41, Owlei
,415 "The Red
Football '39, CSF
'38-'39g Owlet '39-
'40g Rifle Club '38-
WEYMOUTH, WEYMOUTH, WHEELER, WHELCHEL, WHITE,
MARGARET THORNTON JAMES WILLIAM HARRY
H y p a t i za. '40-'41, CSF '39, Swimming S. IK. Yell Leader
Pres. '41, Dance '39A'40g "The Reil '39-'41, '41 Y. L.
Fantasy '40, Swim- Mill", "Gloria" '38, '39-'41, "C" Bas-
ming '39-'40. '39, '40, ketbzlll '39-'40g "B"
Basketball '41, "C"
'I'rar:k I3 9 g "A"
Track '40-'41, Radio
Club '40-'41, Pres.
'40, Iroquois '40f
WHITE, WHITTEN, WILKINSON, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS,
WILMA BETTY VIRGINIA BETTY BRUCE
CSF '38, Sophomore CSF '38-'41, Owlel H y p a t i il '40-'41
Assembly. '41, G. A. A. '39- Dance Fantasy '41.
'41, Scribblers Club
WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WONG, WONG, WOOD,
MAXINE VIRGINIA EARL FRANK JR. KENNY
H ypatia '38-'41, Hypatia '40-'41, Chinese Students' Chinese Students'
Treas. '41, "Gloria" Club '40-'41, Club '39-'4l, V
'35, '40. Pres. '-Il, CSF '39
WORLEY, YOUNG, YOUNG, YOUNG, ZARIN,
RUTH GERALDINE LILLIAN WILLIAM CHAR'-ENE
G. A. A. '39, Owlet
Seniors W ithout Pictures
MCWILLIAMS, MARY JANE
194-4-W. PRICE ROBINSON and MAv1s LONDQUIST 194-3-ROBERT REES and FRANCES ROGERS
1942-LOUISE SCHOTTSTAEDT and NORMAN MAC- 1941-SHERMAN HEw1TT and BELLE ELEANOR SHORT
SARA SAGER ,,,,,,,A,,,,
PHY1.1.1s VVoi.coTr ,,,,,
SAGFIR SELLS WOI,CO'l"l' BIWRMAN
At the beginning of the fall semester we, the
Class of '42, took up the most important duty
of the year, the choosing of class sweaters. VVe
were shown many styles and colors from several
of Fresno's leading stores. After weeks of in-
decision, the majority of the class, decided that
we wanted to "stand outn from the seniors and
sophomores, and so we chose red sweaters with
white emblems. For a few weeks after the sweat-
ers arrived, everyone was seeing "red',.
Toward the close of the semester several mem-
bers of our class decorated the auditorium for
graduation exercises, others ushered at the hac-
We started the spring semester with a grad-
uate of our "Alma Mater", Miss Louise Schott-
staedt, helping Big Chief Norman MacDonald
to guard our Wigwam on the reservation.
Because of the full program ahead of us, we
tried to elect capable officers to carry it out.
After a very close race, the following finally
DON ALBRIGHT ...,. . ,.,......,..,,, . ,t.,..,..... Prmdfnf
BEVERLY KUHLITZ ,,,, ,. . Fire President
ALICE MILLER ...... ,,,,,,,,r, S efretary
DAVID VVOOD ..... ..,,, T rfasurer
Class of '42
came out in the lead: president, Don Albright,
vice-president, Beverly Kuhlitzg secretary, Alice
Miller, treasurer, David Ivood. The sergeant-
at-arms and the yell leader were appointed by
the new president. They are Tom Daugherty
and Sten Borasi.
Un March 7 we presented our Junior Farce,
'fGrowing Painsn, the Story of a professor. his
wife, and their two children. The latter, inci-
dently, get into all sorts of difficulties. After
f'Growing Painsu had been given, we began
committee work for the Junior-Senior Prom.
On the night of Saturday Cwe broke a traditionl,
lyfay 3, the members of both classes were taken
across the blue Pacific to that island of palms,
pineapples, guitars, and grass skirts--Hawaii.
With the Prom as a grand finale, we ring
down the curtain on the events of our junior
year, expecting to he heard from next as Hthe
seniors" at Fresno High School.
KL'I'IL1'l'Z ALBRIGIIT XVO'0D MILLER
First Row: Aaronian, Aivaz-
ian. Albright. Allyn, Alves,
Andreas. Anderson, Arhios,
Avedisian, Ser-ond Row:
Arnold, Aslanian, Bacon.
Ayres, Baker, Ball, Burger,
Barrett. Barthuli, Bates.
'l'hi1rl Row: Bennett, Bax'
ier. Beckley. Bedford, Bolt.
Hopp. Bell, Berenrlsen. Bier,
How: Blevens. Blicsner,
Bovl. Bolt, Borasi. Brail-
ley, Branson. Bil'lQ'g'S,Bl'lg'hdlll
Fifth Row: Burns, Brock-
QIWIIX. Bristol, Behlan, Bor-
stroni, Brown. Buhler, Burk-
First Row: Elder, Elias,
Englander, Fairchild, Farns-
worth, Ferguson, B. Fickle.
C. Fickle, Fisher. Second
Row: Fisk, Flint, Foin, Gil-
iiams, Ford, Fortier, H. Fos-
ter, P. Foster, French, Ful-
ler. 'l'hir1l Row: Galloek, L.
Gemanis, Foos, Golden.
Goodwin. Googooian, Green-
ing, Griffcnhagen, Barbara
Hall. Fourth Row: W. Hall,
Bud Hall, Hamilton, Ilain-
lin, Hannnond, Hainperson,
H. Hansen. P. Hansen, R.
Hansen. Ilarbison. Fifth
Row: T. Gemanis, lleilbron.
H e i t in a n, Heizenrader.
lust Row Busick, Cnnp
hell Caniy Cano Carlson
Lnter Carioll Cisey Cas
kes beconfl Row Ceithn
Chzpin, Chippell Chitty
Ciollett F Christos 1
Christos Clfuk Class, Fohey
l'hirrl Row: Cole, Coombs,
Devlin Conant. boonjohn
Corwin, Cowan, Craig, Cran-
flall C'UIllllllg'il21I'Il. Fourth
Row: Delllanty Denton DL
Temple, Gomer, Dishman,
Dollar, Dorfineier, Dow.
Draklich. Dunlop. Fifth
Row: Dougherty, Easton,
Edgerton, Constance Fld!
Wards, Charles Edwards,
First Row: Henmi, High, M.
llill. P. Hill, Hiller, Hills,
llinchley, Hine, Hobbs. Sec-
oncl Row: Holt, K. Howard,
BI. llowarcl, D. Howell, E.
Howell, Ruby Lew, H. Lew,
Jertberg, Jlitsumyo. Thirrd
Row: Joaquin, Johansen,
Kennedy. Jolly, B. Jones, C.
Jour-s, Jordan, B. Jorgensen,
I. Jorgensen. Fourth Row:
Karkuaya, Kello5l'l2', Ilene-
fick, Kikkert, Kirby. Kjer,
Knight, Hruska. Krajian.
Fifth Row: Kuhlitz, Kurto-
vich. Kuyumjian. Johnson,
Lane. Leach, Jacobs, Hum-
phreys Jnrkovieh, Lewis.
First Row: Murrav Xzilund
Neilson C. N4-lson M, Kel
son, Nesper, Newton Nich
ols, Nickel. Seeond Ron
Nl,lmeier. Nixon Normart
Notarungelo, Nyberg, Pease
Ohlberg, l"eterson, Owens
Papirgri. Third Row: Pap
pas, Papulius T'armle5
Pratini, M. Peterson, P. l"et
erson. Fourth Row: Pettx
Phillips, Pimental Pomeroy,
Porter, Potter Powers
Reiss, Prosser. Fifth Row
Putnam, Rocklev Rasmus
sen, Rausfust G Reed
Reed. Regensliurger, 0lIIi'11'2l
First Row: E. Sterips Stil-
well, Stuart. Sullivan.
Swartz, Tanaka, Taylor.
Tetstull, Thompson. Second
Row: Toeliiuru, Tripple. Ul-
rich, Yeale, lVitthoff, Yen-
tura, VV:1g:'ner, Wuliraftig.
XV1'ig'ht, White. Third Row:
Ward, Watson, Watters,
Weisert, Weiss, Walker,
lVilkins. Fourth Row: Wil-
hoite, C. Williams, .l. Wil-
liams. Webster, Winch.
Variable. lVest, D. XVuo4l, li.
lVood, Woods. Fifth Row:
Tienken, ll'oosl0y, lVinther,
lVruy. Wolf, Wong. VVight.
First Row: Lewis, Lingfle,
Long, Lowe, Lung. Muo-
Keehnie, Mzlrioeli. J. Mar,
M. Mar. Second Row:
Marsh, D. Martin, Miller,
Marvin, lll21l'fl91'0Sl?Hl, Mas-
tcn, Miskowie, liloorzidian,
Maxey, May. 'l'hird Row: H.
11PC1lYlllSll, McCi1rley, J.
Martin, McClellan, Me-
Clusltey, lllCIl0ll21lLl, MC-
lienzie, Mzrtliows. Fourth
Row: ltleonrtezl. Metzler.
Millar, B. Miller, F. Mil-
ler, Minjzirez, Mitt-hell. Mc-
Neiir. Fifth Row: Moore.
lllK'CtlSllll, Morrisli, Morris.
First Row: Rembolt, Rigull,
Robbins, Roossler, Rogers,
Roughton, Royer, Sager,
S21l1i11'g'Llll. Second Row: S11-
leh, Sample, Santilli, Sauer,
Szirzifian, Seheidt, Scherer,
Schillinger. Third Row:
Self, Schneider. Schott-
stzmedt, SClll'Ell3Ql', Sohroeml-
er, Sc-hulter, Schultz,
Scruggs, Scott, Sec-ker.
Fourth Row: Schmidt, Sells.
Snyder, I. Sonimers,
Spriggs, Sloper, B. Smith,
D, Sterios. Fifth Row: B.
Smith, Lorraine Smith,
Louise Smith, Shannon, E.
Sommers, Sims, Sirounian,
Steinhuuer, Stephens, Lung.
lass of '43 A
President .......A.... ,..,....,.....,,,,.,,,,.........A..,,. B OB YOUNG
Vife-Preyident .....A ,...,,,, B ONNIE MAE HANSEN
Secretary ........, ......,..,, A Lice SCHNEIDER
Treasurer ..,.A .,.... j oHN RASMUSSEN
lt was a happy day for the Class of 19-I-3
when, last September, the Low Ten group ar-
rived to complete the Sophomore Class. A wel-
come committee, ready with badges and infor-
mation, was on hand to greet and to assist the
Soon our organization plans were completed,
officers and council members were elected, and
we were off to a flying start. In addition to
the four officers whose pictures appear at the
top and at the bottom of this page, these addi-
tional fall officers were elected: Mildred Ed-
wards, service chairman, Chris Petropulos, yell
leader. ln the spring the two additional officers
were Jacqueline Coates as service chairman and
Chris Petropulos again as yell leader.
Qur first concern was helping our newest
class members to become acquainted with Fresno
High School. Thus, at our class meetings, a
series of talks on school life was given by lVIr.
Harris, Miss Farver, Mr. Mock and Mr. Smale,
as well as by various representatives of student
R.-XSMUSSEN HAXSEN SCHNEIDER YOUNG
BUYER KAUFFUNG HAWKIBS QUTXN
organizations. Mr. Joseph Edwards helped us
to learn the favorite school songs, while our yell
leader taught us school and class yells. We also
have enjoyed a number of entertainment feat-
ures presented by various students of Fresno
During the second semester Dr. Everett
Keyes, a Fresno High School alumnus, pre-
sented to our High Ten group a series of interest-
ing and helpful talks on dental hygiene. Another
high-light of the year was the 1943 Assembly,
at which we presented Brower's Varieties, a
program of vibra-harp music and comic ventrilo-
Many of our class members have participated
in the various all-school activities of the year.
We are proud, too, of the records, of our thirty-
two members in the California Scholastic Feder-
Now We look forward to a successful junior
year. We are proud to be a part of this "School
President ............ ................. ,...... G E ORGE HAWKINS
Vife-President ...... ,..... M ARIE KAUFFUNG
Serretary ......... ...... S HIRLEY BOYER
Treasurer ....... ..... A RCH QUINN
First Row: K. Canfield,
Clll'lSOll, Carter, Catich,
Chan, Chimp, Chase, Chris-
tian, Chong. Second Row:
R. Clark, B. Clark, Dun
Clark, Don Clark, Del Bzlno,
Coats, Cloelho, f'offma,n,
Condley, Contriras, Coombs,
Cornell, Third Rcxv: Cul-
llli2'tU"1, Curd, Curtis, Cuth-
bert, Deliong. Daly, Drinks.
Darby. E. Davenport, G.
Fourth Row: D. Davis, B.
Davis, B. Decker, V. Deck-
er, Eaton, Denham, Dickey.
Diebert, Dillon, Downing.
Fifth Row: Donovan, Doi,
Drouet, Dunham, Ebert, Ed-
wards, Edwin Eidson, Ek-
nian, Enochiun, Anderson,
First Row: High, B. llill,
ll. Hill, R. Hill, Hilllkcr,
llines. Holt. Hoop, Hoopex
Second Row: Hornbziker.
House, Howrird, Hubbard.
E. Johnson, Isheim, Klyver,
Koxu-afas. Third Row: Ja-
cobsen, James. Jensen. .liz-
mejian, A. Johnson, Kuwa-
guehi. B. Jones. E. Jones,
H. Jones, V. Jones, Tiirsher.
Fourth Row: E. Johnson,
lludson. Kcuniyfmia, lin-
prelian. Kato, Kautfung,
Katorinos. Fifth Row:
Kuhn, Jue, Justesen, Kala-
miris, Kuyumjian, Hende1'-
Son, Hubbard. Kearns, Keel-
er, Jarlsou. Kidwell.
First Row: Abrfuns. Aiken,
H. Alexander, J. Alexander,
H. Alexander. Allen, Arn-
brose. A. Anderson, C". An-
de.son. Second Row: Blum,
G. Anderson, F. Anderson,
'l'. Anderson, Andrews. An-
duri. Applinyg, Arnold, Ay-
ers, Bnllzis. Third Row: B.
Canfichl, Bzlrber Barnett.
Bzntlett, Bzirthuli, Burton,
Bef-liner, Bernhard, Reldon.
liieber, lglllglllllll. Biswell.
Fourth Row: U, Anderson,
Bolt, Dinner. Bosler. Boyer,
Brndley, Bray, Brazee.
Brier. Briggs Broad, Brown.
Fifth Row: Browne. Roger,
Bll0ldillK'XY. Buchinun. Bun-
nell, Burney, Hurton. Cn-
how. Culiiwliy, B. Cinnlibell.
First Row: Epstein, Fain.
Farley, Farr, Fuller. Field-
e1', Fine, Fini, Fiorelli. Sec-
ond Roxr: Foster. Garvey.
Fleming. Fraser, Freedman.
Freese, Fries. Frcwsing, Fu-
grute. Futrelle, Gafzirian.
Third Row: llznnniier, Gra-
ham, Gcrzurd, Giaccone,
Gizinnopoulos, Gibbs. Giles,
Gill, Giuste, Globeufelt
Goering, Goff. Fourth Row'
Grant, Gregg, Griggs,
Groom. Gnntner, Gustafson,
lladad. J. Hall, J. H. Hall,
Hmnilton. Fifth Row: Hed-
rick. Henderson, B. Hansen.
J. llimsen. Hardwick. Hur-
eis. Harlan. Harrah, Harris
Hawkins, Hayes, Hnzelton.
First Row: Laikmn. Lange
Luntz. Larwood, Leiningei
Lehninn, Levy, .l. Lewis
Second Row: Lieberman
Lindell, Lindsey, Little, Lo
gun, Long, Longo, Longo
luso, Lowe. B. Ludwif
Ludwig. Third Row: Ma
higizln, Miller, Marley. Mai
tins. Muruko, Michael
Fourth Row: E. Mathews
BlQFll1'lil1lLl, McPherson, Mec
chi. Jarcia, Meredith. Mm
ers. C. Mathews. Fifth Row
Miles. A. Miller, 3l:11'k0ViL'l1
ll. Miller, K. Miller Xis
kowic, D. Mitchell, Bl r 1
First Row: Doris Roullnrml,
Dorothy Rllllllkllil, Routt,
line, Kundle. Rupp. Kus-
coni, Russell. Sec-ond Row:
52tliilg'llCl1l. Simhongi, Sziinpe
son, Sann,ller, S2ll'0j'2lll.
Schaxrton, Scherer. Sehniixln,
Srhinuke. Schneider. Thirrl
Row: B. Schreiber, M,
Nclrreiher. Scott. Selby. Sel-
lzunl. Sette. Shein. Sliepurfl.
NllQllllQ2ll'Kl, Fourth Row: J.
5ll0I'l1l2lll. l'. Slieridzin,
Shirejinn. Slot-s. Sisrco,
Slklilll. Synnfles, G. Smith.
I.. Smith. Fifth Row: Snare.
Sliipley. Spekkcr. Spencer
Spoerlin. Stnllzml, Stahl.
First Row Munioe lXxLh
ols Nielsen hishiolti Ufte
f Olftniai J letelson
Okrxwarzi, Uloizia. Second
Row: Oneto. Ono, Orrnan.
Pearson, Paddy, Pellegrino.
Peretti, Peters, Oju. Peter-
son. Third Row: Petropulos.
B. Phillips, M. Phillips.
Pickforcl, Pierce. J. Pipes.
K. Pipes, Pontius. Pratt.
Peterson. Fourth Row: D.
Rns1nussen,J. Rasmussen, R.
ltztsinussen, liedden, Reif-h.
Reid, Reinhold. Reinelineye .
Fifth Row: Rennix. Richard-
son. Riley. Rives, Robinson.
Roclnian. Rogers, Roth.
First Row: Stephens, V.
Sterios, Stilwell, Stoekl
lLOlIl1, Storey, Stotts.
Strong. F. Sturtuvant, Y.
Sturtevant. Second Row:
Tachino, Trxkeinorin, Tefer-
tiller, Telesco, Thompson,
VVhite, B. Todd, XV. Todd.
Tornlinson, Topp, Trout.
Third Row: Tuffs, Uriiel
sich. Vaughn, VVaite, XVQNHI.
WVarden. XV:1tt, VVehster,
Weigzindt, VVeiss. Fourth
Row: Wenger, Tlfnirber, Wil-
cox, NVilliarns0n. Suther-
land, Vllolcott. Fifth Row:
E. Wolf, L. Wolf, Young.
Yuki, Zecchitella. Zimmer-
AHYULD WALROND IAJGAX LONG
How does it sound? Say it again-CLASS
OF 1944! We are the first arrivals of a really
great class. The second batch arrives in Sep-
tember. lt is our job to pave the way for them
and to get the ball rolling, so that when they
arrive, the entire class will be ready to Hrule
the roost" around this Hschool of charrlpionsfl
lass of '44 l
Perhaps we were a little scared or awed by the
students already settled here, but that feeling
didn't last long. Remember, it wasnlt so long
ago that they were as green as they would like
to have us believe that we are now. Believe us,
it won't be long before we will be just as high
and mighty as they think they are at present.
First Row: B. Edwards, I'
Edwards, Enos, linglundexg
Ergunian, Fast, Gfireia
Gearing, Genduszi, Ginnno
pxios, Second Row: Grady
Greening, J. Griffith, VV
Griffith, Grinspnn, Grosso
Hull, D. Hansen. M. Han
sen. Third Row: Hardin, Ha
rikian, Harris. Hayes. Hoff-
man, Holmes, Huffman
lehiba. Iinperatice. John
son. Kaiser. Fourth Row
Kasson, Keilso, Kendall
Kerber, Kerner, Kinge.
First Row: Adams. Ander-
son, Anger, Arnold, Btn'-
clay, Burigian, J. Bates, L.
Bates, Beheau. Second
Row: Ashlock, Benson,
Bernabe, Blanchard. Brown,
Burgess, Burkhart, Jean
Carye, .Iune Carey, C2112
nine. Third Row: Chow.
Clark, Clengifer, Conley.
Clough. Cole. Coughlin.
Cousins. Cyr, Dale, Fourth
Row: Davis, Die-man. Dowe
ell, Dnnenn. .lean Dutton.
Jerry Dutton. Ebeilnirt.
ln order to help us get organized, lVIiss Mavis
Londquist and hlr. VV. Price Robinson were ap-
pointed to act as our special sponsors and
'ffriends in need." We were made to feel free
to call on them at any time for any help or ad-
vice we might need. They certainly have been
marvelous friends to us. VVhy, the very after-
noon we arrived to register at the "school of
championsll they presented us with blue booklets
that contained, besides special messages of wel-
come from them, equally welcome messages from
Principal Leo Harris, Vice Principal John Moclc,
and Dean of Girls Ferne Farver. And that
isn't alll ln addition, there was a list of all
Low Ten advisory teachers and their room
numbers, all special announcements for our first
week of school, and a page of special 'itipsm
which were so good that we want to reprint a
few right here:
Smile! The popular boy or girl has a smile
and a cheery greeting for everyone.
Read your handbook.
Learn the school yells and songs.
Get acquainted with your teachers and di-
rectors. They are really a grand bunch to know.
Plan to enter at least one school club or ac-
Get that habit of listening for Class of '44
Go out for sports-or be a good side-line
Start TODAY doing your lesson assignments
and don't be afraid of homework. You are in
HlGH school now.
After we'd elected our officers, whose names
appear on the preceding page, we felt that we
really belonged. Our only truly BIG activity
this first semester was our Class of '44 picnic,
held after school on May 20. But watch out for
usl VVe're just beginning!
First Row: Kohmann. N.
Lambert, J. Lambert, Law-
less. Lehman, Levy. Lew
Logan, Long. Second Row:
Main, Martin, Mason, Mr'-
Clean, Meeks, Minaugh
Mollring. Moore. Nakano
Nesper. 'Fhirml Row: North
amer, Puntell, Papulias
Peekinpah, Petersen, Peter-
son, P0!l1P'l'?HlC'C, Posten
Potter. Pratt. Fourth Row
Rasmussen, Reed, Robert
son, Routh. Rusehhaupt, J
Sanderson, R. Sanderson
First Row: Schullxlns
Schultz, Scott Seadler
Shire, Smith, Snyder Silig
inn, Spnnn, Spector Second
Row: Studner. btandeforde
Stearns, Sl1llEIl22,C1 Sullivan
Sutton, Tanalvt l h iver
Tl1OU12l s. Thu tl Row
Thoxnpson, Trelgel 1
man, Tsuruokn, Yan Sickle
Venter, Waldron NN ebster
VVeiss. Fourth Rou VN ilson
lVitt, Yllysong, finder
fiixg 573 '
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Point of origin for perhaps more extra-curric-
ular activities than any other academic depart-
ment in Fresno High School is the English De-
partment, presided over by ever-cheerful Miss
Olney. Besides teaching English, Mrs. Ander-
son guides the destinies of the Hypatias. Mrs.
Elliot, the school librarian, has been directly re-
sponsible for many a student's interest in good
books, while lllrs. Harbers is the genial priestess
of senior composition. Miss Kimball, besides
teaching English, is co-sponsor of Chapter 45
of the California Scholarship Federation. Nliss
Moeller, besides guiding the OWL from Hbrain-
Winners in the American Legion Essay Contest on Amerlcanlsm
Department b T
HILDA C. MOELLER ROBERT Rees
LOUISE SCHOTTSTAEDT OPAL SIMPSON
childl' to finished edition, is cosponsor of the
Quill and Scroll, honorary journalism society.
Responsible for many outstanding dramatic suc-
cesses is Mr. Rees, teacher of play production
and radio, whose "Studio Playsl' were an inno-
vation of the spring semester. Mrs. Simpson, he-
sides teaching English, encourages the budding
novelists of the Scribhlers' Club. Soft-spoken
hlrs. Briggs also teaches English, as does Miss
Schottstaedt. who, in addition, is co-sponsor of
the Quilliand Scroll and also of the Class of '-l2.
The class in radio rehearses Scene of "Studio Playsv 'Study Play" rehearsa
The Big Three
row: li-iwzilirlm, Philliyas. Geiitrvx' C.X4lVe1'Lising' 3I21ll2lg'Pl'
unfl row: We-lister. l79lll'0llC'Slll, Wilkillsinw, 3lOOl'?llll2llI, Roger
Frank Farr. Sports Editor' Frank Ennis. Assistant
Sports Editor" Bertv Paul Societv Editor
First l'uw-Sz1wyel's. Kurtox'ic'h, Lnntz. LEl1lllIg'C1', Sul-
lenger, Stern. Lew, Stahl. Pay. Second l'0W-Allfxll,
Ulneto, Scherer. Collins, XVilli:uns, Rockafellow, Ray.
Frolik. Third wwf--Mii1jzl1'ez. POl1lE1'iilll.iZ. XVitt. 'Valv-
lor, Milton. Czlskey. Bill'g'el', NVhitten, AlC'X:l.Ill,lEl'. I
Mi. lmliinson. Sponsu1'g William liraxschel, I-Iilitorg Sheldon Lexvis Xs
The library, looking toward the stack
Some of Mrs. Elliofs able and willing
staff. First row-Sterios, Foin, Schmidt,
Lange, Zeccbitella, West. Second row
-Howard, Yazijian, Dccbristo, Steitz,
lllason, Caskey, Veale, lVIrs. Elliot.
Granger, Sterios and llflason, and the
all-important book truck.
LAURIE BUCK, Arr Editor ANN PEDRONCELLI. Girls' Sportx Editor
Staff lllembfrs: Staff 1VIembzr's:
First row: ,lean Smith Fncultyg Flora l'erlrunr:elli. Typist. David YYoofl, Boys' Sports lilitorg l'llI'lCl?l. llornlmeak and
Second row: XVilli:un Kmschel, l'hotog1'z1phyg Beverly Kull- Sue l-lelnlerson, Senior Class: ,Ioline Morrislx, .lunior Clussg
litz, Student Lifeg llzlvifl Parker. Boys' 0l'g'unim1tionsg Betty Pearson, Sophonlore Class fNot in picture: Vi1'gini.L
Alice Poy, Captions. Jones, Girls' Orgzlllizzltions.
MR. SAWVYERS, Spamorg
jEANNE H1NEs, fldfvertising Manager.
JOHN VAN METER, Salex Manager
First row: Granger. i1:bC1'i1ill'f, Lewis, Gearheavt
Second row: Duncan, Weymouth, Momsou, Craw
ford, Ono, Alves.
OWL SALESMEN: First Ruw: Sager, Dollar. F. l'eflrom4elli. Second Row: Belshaw, Nixon. Jones, Phillips, Geuliieart, Coombs, A.
Perlronclelli. 'l'hi1'fi Row: Woods, Ayers, Huwurd, Hawkins, Mcdedith.
EXTEIVIPORANEOUS READERS --
First Roxvflidwarrls. Collins. Web-
ster. Second Rowe-Fine, 'l'aylo1'.
Morser. 'I'l1ircl Rowfliuhiitx, Hlloiles,
Wood, Hyde. Lewis, Googooian
G. Hyde. Aiiderson.
19-ll was another mighty successful year for
Warrior orators and extemporaneous speakers
and readers. Topping the list is Alexander Goo-
gooian, who placed third in the state of Califor-
nia in the nation-wide American Legion speak-
ing contest. His topic was "The Citizenis Ap-
preciation of the Constitution." Sheldon Lewis,
another Fresno High School orator, won the city
title in the Lions Club oratorical contest with
the speech 'tDemocracy ln a Changing Worldf'
Leo Diel, a Hpurple and gold" senior, came out
second in Fresno in the Bankers, Speaking Con-
test. He spoke on "Can the American Youth
VVithstand the Lure of Foreign lsms?" Diel
also, in the field of extemporaneous speaking,
snared a pair of seconds in the Toastmasters,
Club and Fresno State College tests, and a third
ORATORS: First RowfChx'istensen. Whitten. Said,
Second Row-Anderson, Fine, tlwenshy. Diel. Christos.
Kriiseliol. 'I'hi1d Row--Lewis, Gongooian.
in the lVladera High School-sponsored impromp-
ln extemporaneous reading, Don Webster
and Nadine Fine first topped all other Warrior
readers and then went on to win the county read-
ing titles. The school contest, which preceded the
selection of the two Winners, was participated in
by a boy and a girl representative from every
English class in the school.
The Fresno High orators and extemporaneous
readers and speakers have had a splendid coach
in Mr. W. G. Anderson, whose invaluable as-
sistance has played a large role in the victories
chalked up by the VVarrior speakers. Yes, in
speaking as well as in other endeavors, Fresno
High School leads the pack, true Warriors in
the finest sense of the word!
Fresno High School's debate squad met their
first opponents of the current season at the
VVashington Union High School practice tour-
ney held at Easton on November 16. From
those participating in this event, lylr. VVade H.
Sawyers and Mr. Ralph VV. Ames, debate coach-
es, chose the members of the debate team.
ln the first league debate at Madera the af-
firmative side of the question, f'Resolved, That
the power of the federal government be in-
creased" was upheld by Ruth Kay Collins and
Don Webster, while the negative side was sus-
tained by Leo Diel and YVayne Mitchell. Both
Fresno High teams dropped the opening debate
to their adversaries but split the honors with
Roosevelt in the next contest. Reedleyls varsity
teams, affirmative and negative both, bowed to
Fresno High's Grant Gray and Leo Diel rep-
resenting the negative and Collins and Webster
COUNTY LEAGUE TEAM-Lewis, Collins, Webster,
in the affirmative. ln the next battle, held with
Sanger, Alexander Googooian replaced Gray on
the negative team and Sheldon Lewis took over
Collins, place on the affirmative. After splitting
this, the final league debate, the varsity found
that they had broken even, with four debates
won and four lost.
The league season being ended, the battle cry
became "On to Ripon!" where, at the state-
wide debate tournament, Diel and Googooian
tied for third place in the upper division. Re-
turning to the home town for their next fray,
the entire squad, varsity and novices, participated
in the Fresno State College tournament. Parti-
cipants, in addition to the regular debate squad,
were Marjorie Alves, Malcolm Barrett, Mary
Lou Coombs, James Crandall, Audrey Freed-
man, Nadine Fine, George Griffenhagen, and
DEBATE SQUAD: First Row-Mr.
Sawyer. Crandall. Bari!-tt. Second
Row --Uoouilis. Collins, Swartz,
Lewis, Webster. Googooiaii. Mr. Ames.
The complete cast poses characteristically for the final curtain,
HYOLI Can7t Take It With You"
Terry Eby tempts Hwifeu Laurie
Buck to dance another.
George Nance 'ipueliers up" for
HThe Lawn Grant Hyde seems 'lYoung Love" Bill slopes and
to have caught up with "Dian Audry Smith draw only a chil-
Patricia Vogeler and MPM' Dav- ly stare from "ballet master"
id Parker. Julian Soto.
VVhere f'Growing Pains" flourished vigorously-and 11 few of those who suffered 'fbyn them as Well
as those who suffered Hfromn them.
David Wood's party is ruined
- for him - hy l'Glamor Girl"
Jorgensen-at least, we think it's Even Hgrowing painsn have
lrenel their compensationsl
The f'law" again-this time in
the person of Leo Diel confronted
hy Florence Jordan and Monty
Beverly Kuhlitz seems to doubt
the validity of HDutchH Charles
Ogle, Jorgensen, and Hyde try out a bit of comedy Ceitlin, Kennelly, and Schneider rehearse a student-
on the long-suffering 'tmike" in Mr. Rees's radio planned radio script. All dramatizations presented
class. Members of the class participated in bi-weekly over Station KMJ were the work of the students of
fifteen minute programs over Station KMJ during the class.
Radio and Advance Drama
'lr. Robert Rees, director of the
choolls newest student venture
the Little Theatre-where
erforrnances of one-act plays Logan SEEMS to suffer a severe
re given regularly three after- Selby, Monroe, and Scott"emote" with- toothache, but in reality it's only de-
oons a Week by members of the out benefit of scenery or properties. spair at the technique of Redden and
lass in advanced dramatics. All plays are student-directed. Smith.
First l'OXY'Elll'liQ, Jorflari, Carter, llamler, Rouglitun. XVlIilteu. Second row-R. Lew, Miss Olney, Davenport, B. Lexx 19
Simpson. Scgel, Devlin, 'l':Iyloi', Stahl. 'l'hir4l 1'0W-TD9C2l1'lSt0, Bettencfourt, Wilt, 1lillj2ll'8Z.
FALL Prfsidmzt SPRING
IALICE SUMIDA yj5g-p,-Hidmf CQATI-IERINE SEGEI.
VVILLIAM KRASCHEL Sefremr TONY DECARISTO
CATHERINE SEGEI. y MARILYN HANNER
lVI.-XRILYN HANNER T"f'lW"f"' JACK VVITT
The Scribblers Club, whose sponsor is lylrs.
Opal Simpson, is composed of students who are
interested in creative Writing. The group boasts
an active membership of about twenty.
The club's first project of every school year
is the revision and publishing of the Fresno
High School Hand Book. Various literary con-
tests were entered by members of the club. Sev-
eral contributed to the Poetry Anthology of Cali-
fornia High Schools. Floyd Darter, lVIargaret
Konkel, Virginia Davenport, and Barbara Niel-
son won recognition for the excellence of their
Spring activities have included a mystery
story contest and a poetry contest. The con-
testants read their stories and poems at the
meetings. Miss Bernice Olney, past sponsor, and
Alice Sumida, past president, acted as judges
At another meeting, lwrs. Clear of the Fresno
County Library visited the club and spoke on
early English Literature.
QUILL AND SCROLL-HONORARY JOURNALISNI SOCIETY: First row-Eniiis, Sargent. Second row-Wood, Krassliel, PI l
Blirrrisli, Rundle, Miss Moeller Elllll Miss Scliottstueclt, oo-sponsors.
L G. MULLER
'alt can be masteredl' must be the motto of the
Foreign Languages Department to judge from
the note-Worthy success of the many students
who have mastered French, German, Latin, and
Spanish. Genial Mr. Muller is the lord of this
domain-an otherwie all-feminine domain-and
also sponsors the Japanese Students' Club. Petite
Mrs. Eames is the personification of chic as Well
as of correct French accent. lWiss Londquist and
Miss Mauze, the Hbahiesi' of the department,
teach Spanish and French respectively. ln addi-
tion, Miss Londquist is co-sponsor of the Class of
FRENCH W1THoUT TEARS
MAv1s LONDQUIST ELIDE P, EAMES
FRANCES L. Rooms ALICE B. SMITH
RUTH C. VVALL
'44 and sponsor of the Chinese Students' Club,
while tiny Miss Mauze is Co-sponsor of the Tic
Toes. As one can easily guess from her lilting
l'Buenas Dias," Miss Rogers teaches Spanish in
addition to eo-sponsoring the Class of 43. Miss
Smith, besides teaching German and Latin, is
the chief sponsor of Chapter 45 of the California
Scholarship Federation. Last but decidedly not
least is kindly Miss Wall, who not only teaches
Latin but can actually write charming verses
SPANISH IN VVORD AND MUSIC
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The true joy of creation can he experienced
by students working in the Fine Arts Depart-
ment, whether that joy emanates from purity
of tone in voice classes, a symphony of form and
color in design classes, or the perfect pie in food
classes. Efficient director of all classes in art,
music, and home economics is sincere and helpful
Miss Ellison. Interest in vocal and instrumental
music draws students to the classes of Mr. Ed-
wards and Mr. Hewitt, respectively. ln addi-
CYRIL GRUNDY JOSEPH O. EDVVARDS
Design-Stagefraft Vocal Nlusir
SHERMAN C. HEWVFT
Doughnuts. Kitchen police l'Sew a fine seam"
MAY R. lVlCCARDI.E DOROTHY M. PARKER
Leathfrrrafl-Freehand F00LiJ'H0771f Problem
BELLE ELEANOR SHORT
tion, vigorous Mr. Hewitt is co-sponsor of the
Class of 41 with Miss Short, who helps the
girls to imitate the lovely creations of VOGUE
and HARPERS BAZAAR. Mr. Grundy, spon-
sor of the Photography Club, teaches design and
stagecraft and designs as Well as executes the
lovely sets that have graced the stage this year.
Genial Miss lWcCardle teaches leather craft as
well as free hand drawing, while efficient Mrs.
Parker teaches girls the importance of home mak-
ing as well as of good cooking.
At ease A Capella on tour Leathercraft
Sherman Hewitt, Director
First I'0W+l'lill'!'lS. Medina, lilyver, NVilhoite, 'l'eel. Howell, Bartlett, Pearson. Second row-Ulrich, VValkm', Hall, Soto, Conley
Sauer Larwood. White. Thirfl l0NVfL2l.XVt0!l. Ililliker, Joaquin, Spencer, llishman, Hawkins, Hoorl. Flint, Stacltner. DEflill'lStl'I
Four,h row-Williams Burton, Martin, fvlclfluskey, R. Stilwell. ilhristianien, Kerber, Morgan, Kircher, Fugate. Fifth row-X
Stilwell, Campbell, Dillen, Tetstall, Little. King, Nivhols, Mathews, Lung.
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as Don Caesar and his gypsy bride in
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Thornton VVeymouth as Tony plan
with Don Caesar for the lat'ter's es-
Caie from prison.
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Don Caesar and Don jose CArthur
Tookoianj plan the forrner's Umar'
riage of convenience."
Lazarilla and Tony sing their despair
at the failure of all their careful
The entire Cast joins in the joyous finale of the tuneful and beautifully-staged operetta, jointly directed by the
Messrs. Edwards, Rees, and Hewitt for vocal music, drama, and orchestra respectively.
MV. Conner, Mllrplly, Hulnphreys. Woods.
First row: Mr. Grundy, Mickelinn, Hull
Oftedsll, Mzllloogizlll. Flevoml row: Pilllilliilll
Burney, Kzlutenberg, Roby, Arnold. SZIIIIXET
son. Imveall, XVOI'kI!l2lll. Shillllllill.
NYGUSIQ5' :md Woods.
JEANNETTE PRETZER .........,.. Prmidfnt
VIRGINIA IQARAFESIAN ...,,, Secrmzry
MARY JANE KENNELI.Y ,..,,. TII'EIl51lI'Fl'
lVIiss Edna Earle :Ind Nlr. A.
First row: GezII'lIezII't, Sl'l1l'06l', KQIIIII-Hy,
StocckholIII. BI'ostI'0III. Serfonrl row: Stein-
ll1lll6!'. IIHHSEH, Griffith. '1'lIiI'Il row: Pret-
x0I', Mehling. FI'IIIIkliII, Xafalic liIII't0vic-lI.
KuI'zIfesizIII. M. 1illT'tOVlCl1. Rogers, Ho4lgsIIII.
FoIII'tlI row: Miss E2lllQ. 'l'ayloI', llruskzl.
iII':IkIi0lI, Devlin, Mr. Gilllllllllll, KIIxx':IlIzII'zI.
Iiuxuwto. Xlheelor. liI'IIsc:lIel, DIIIIteI'. Sulbuch.
Fixst row: liirlsou. Hollister. S9C'0llIl vow
HzII'bisoII. Hates. Nalond, GI'ezIves, Webster
A. A. SORENSON
Of inestimahle value in this center of the San
Joaquin Valleyls huge agricultural developments
is the above-named department, of which versa-
tile and kindly lWr. Sorenson is the director. Evi-
dence of the pleasure students take in his courses
is indicated in some of the pictures at the bottom
of these two pages. Nliss Carlson specializes in
Zoology and biology, while Mr. lVlacDonaltl, in
Agricultural botany class follows Mr. Sorenson to a lecture in the lath house.
MARIE E. CARLSON
J. P. LEMON
Agricultural ff 7
Department U if
addition to instructing classes in biology, coaches
the boys, swimming class, assists in football
coaching, and co-sponsors the Class of '42. Good-
natured Mr. Lemon teaches agricultural sub-
jects, and dynamic Mr. Reetz, in addition to
teaching biology, is sponsor of the student body
and its multitudinous activities.
AFRILUI IURAI BOTANY ACRICULTURAI. ENGINEERING BIOLOGY
SARA B F. RABOURN
'iQueen of the Six-Footersn is a term af-
fectionately applied to diminutive Miss Ra-
bourn, director of a department that numbers
among its members some of the tallest men on
the Fresno High School faculty. Towering
Mr. Ames teaches mathematics, sponsors the
Senators, and does a little track as Well as de-
bate coaching on the side. Mr. Gaumnitz
teaches chemistry and sponsors the Chemistry
Club, and Miss Johnson really succeeds in
making her students LIKE mathematics.
Nlany a future architect has worked in Mr.
lVlaWell's mechanical drawing classes. Re-
RALPH AMES A. G. GAUMNITZ
JUIIE JOHNSON E L MAXWEH
if by - ' 1 . . ,.
The Unknown element m Chemlstfy Jllatlzematzrs Ilflerlzanical Drafwing
Department Q Q ,
served little lWiss Minthorn, another member
of the department, sponsors the Stamp Club.
Jovial Mr. Robinson, the 'Kreally tall," spon-
sors the school's weekly newspaper, the
OWLET, as well as the Engineers' Club.
Mr. Salbach of the "seven league boots"
teaches physics and sponsors the Radio Club.
Never-tiring for tiresomej Miss Stubblefield,
who cannot begin to find room for all the
students who clamor to get into her chemistry
classes, and Mr. Thunem, who teaches mathe-
matics as well as chemistry, round out this
very versatile department.
MAUD E, MINTHORN W. PRICEUROBINSON Ki5NNETH 'THUNEIYI
Mgzhgmafim Mathematzrs-Ofwlet Chemistry-Mathzfmatzrs
CARI. SALBACH ETHEL STUBBLEFIELD . . .
Phyjm Chemistry Projects interest members of a sophomore mathematics class
OFFICERS: First rofw-CARLSON, CRANDALL,
Serond row-joIfEs, SELLS, Woops.
Under the sponsorshihp of Mr. W. Price
Robinson, the Engineers Club of Fresno High
School met regularly twice a month during the
school year. lN1any meetings were highlighted
by informative talks given by men prominent
in the various fields of engineering. Notable
among these speakers were Mr. Baum from the
General Electric Company, who spoke on fluor-
escent lightingg Mr. Matthesvs of the Allis-
Chalmers Company, who showed interesting pic-
tures about Diesel enginesg and Dr. H. Bur-
bridge of the Fresno State College, who spoke on
the newest developments in engineering.
The big event of the year was a tour through
the Friant Dam now being constructed at Friant,
California. A bean ufeedy' followed this trip.
President CHARLES SELLS
Vive-Prendfnt VVILLLAM KRASCHE1.
Secretary JAMES CRANDALL
Treasurer KENNETH CARLSON
On May 10 four carloads of students left
Fresno High School at 7:00 o'clock for the
VVishon power plant above Kerckhoff Dam. The
initiates were duly inducted into the organization
after fishing, swimming, and boat riding had
taken up most of the morning. Mr. Hugh
Smith, power company employee at Wishon,
acted as escort to the group of prospective en-
gineers and showed them the inner workings of
the power plant. The boys were then taken in a
company launch to Kerckhoff Dam at the lower
end of the lake.
The Engineers have definitely proved that
they are not one sided in their interests, for they
administered a few stinging defeats in basket-
ball to their old time rivals, the Senators.
First row: Krasehel, Gentry. Mafthews. l,l'0SSQ1'. Mustersoxi, Bra rllcy, Hales, CI'aIImoI'e. Craziidall. Second row: Chapin, VVooIsey.
Wood, Carlson, Aho, Mitchell, Sells, Joseph. 'l'hiI'd row: Beford, 0'Hav'a, Robinrson. Jopes, Barnett. I'aI'keI'.
BILL WARREN President DELFERD EDWARDS
EARL JONES If1ce Preszdent KENNETH Woon
DICK HUMPHREYS Sery Trms DICK HUlNlPHREYb
The Fresno Hlgh School Rlfle Club has been
verv active all year MCCt1HgS have been held on
the flrst and thlrd VVednesdays of eaeh month at
seven thxrty p m ln the armory
The clubs entertainment was of many varle
t1es lncludlng muslc, maglelans, Wrestllng, box
mg, extemporaneous speeches and gallery shoot
mg B111 Warren s team seemed to stav 1n f1rst
plaee all year
The club xs qulte generous wherever CIVIC du
tles are coneerned and eonstders lt a prlvllege to
help some deservmg famxlv at Chrxstmas tlme
ww 1th a well fllled basket of holldav foods
The annual Rlfle Club banquet was held on
anuarv 29 for all members and several dlstln
guxshed guests, xncludlng Mayor Leymel Prln
clpal Leo HQFFIQ, Vlee PI'lDLlP'11 John Moclc
OFFICERS lust Row Fclxxartls Vltods Second lim
Iones llumplnqs Wuxen
and Cadet lllajor EdNV1H Rau, Commander o
the Frrst Battallon of Fresno Cadets As the
club has lnsted among 1ts members several musl
mans who are capable of renderlng real enter
talnment namely Earl ones, B111 Warren and
aek Reed th1s meeting as well as others dxd
not lack lnterest of a musxeal nature
The annual club plcnxc lb held just prlor to the
eloslng date of sehool and every member looks
forward to thls day of fun and good food pre
pared 1n the open usually a barbecue wlth all
The Club, Whose motto 1s Shoot Straught
IS sponsored by Captaln 0 D Guffey To be
e11g1b1e for membershlp a boy must be enrolled
in the Fresno Hxgh eadet corps
Bust Ron fll s Ioxxe Dans Clsey 510111 Robe-xtson Second Ron Hansen Knoll Shnton Tones Loo 0011111 Npxcw Nx9lSE
lh1rflRoxx CllJlIllHfl1ffSY Vlallen 1'4C1XNdIl1 Hunlphrtxs Whitmore Reed Kllen
JOHN C. SMALE
The importance of the democratic way of
life, a particularly vital issue in these trou-
bled days, is one of the most important things
stressed in the Pre-Legal Department, whose
business-like yet fun-loving director is Mr.
Smale. Mrs. DeCaristo and Miss DeFoe
both teach history, While kindly Mr. Metzler
adds social problems to his schedule. Miss
Moodey teaches American history, Whereas
Mrs. Bloody features Civics and sponsors the
Portias. Good-natured Nlr. Edwards holds
forth on commercial law and commercial geo-
graphy and is responsible for our smoothly-
ELEANORI DEFOE W C1 ANDERSON MARIETTA DECARISTO
Hzstory Hzstory Publzc Spealazng History Englzslz
Loom C Enwfuzns LILA HARRIS
Commerczal Lame Commerrzal
Portals to higher education Good school citmenship requires studs
run school cafeteria. Mr. Anderson, who
also teaches public speaking, is the coach of
the schoolls orators and extemporaneous speak-
ers and readers. Miss Harris and Miss VVhite
of the flying fingers stress the importance of
typing, shorthand, and business arithmetic.
Mr. Sawyers adds to his teaching duties the
coaching of the debate teams, the supervising
of the N.Y.A., and the business sponsorship
of the OWL. Mr. Huber, who formerly
taught in this department, now, as a first lieu-
tenant, has transferred his sphere of activties
to Fort Ord.
FREDERICK HUBER DAVID R, METZLER HEI.EN G. VVHITE
History-Enylixlz History Tyllwly
EVELINE K. MooDY VV. H.-XMI'TON SAWYERS
History K History-Delxatr?
Social service-contributions to the Christmas toy pile And now diPl0m3S
Carrying out its motto, "Scholarship for Ser-
Davin Wrzon ,,,,,....
ANN FRGLIK ,,,, ,
SHei.poN Lewis ,,,.
VVoon, LEWIS, FROLIK
vicef' Fresno High Schoolls Chapter 45 of the
California Scholarship Federation has completed
another year. Sponsored by Miss Alice B. Smith,
Miss lVlary Jo Kimball, and Mr. Carl Salbach.
Fresno High's CSF chapter is known as one of
the larger groups in the Central Region.
Active in all phases of school life, the CSF
sponsored a cake sale for the benefit of its Stu-
dent Loan Fund, played host to other Chapters
at the fall district convention, and celebrated its
eighteenth anniversary at the annual spring ban-
The Student Loan Fund, which has been in
existence over ten years, has furnished seven
loans to students, totalling 39787. Applications
for loans by seal-bearers in the CSF are consid-
ered first, members of the society next, and
members of the student body at large last,
Over five hundred delegates from different
schools attended the fall district conventoin here.
First Row: Canfield, P. Hansen, Burger, J. Brown. Barber, Giuste, M. Kurtovich, Berendsen, Carter. Second Row: Ambrose, P.
Edwards, Greening, Elias. Enoehian, Henderson, Curtis, Edgerton. Third Row: B. Edwards, Fnnrelle, B. Hansen, Jertberg, Felder,
Glenn. Fourth Row: N. Kurtovif-li. Foos, Collins, M. Edwards, N. Brown, M. Hanner, B. Hanner, Hruska, Appling, C. Edwards, Fro-
lik. Fifth Row: Greaves. Harris, Dillen, Googooian, Coombs, Hood, Hawkins. Sixth Row: Keeler, Carlson, Ennis, E. Christos, Hain
person, Clark, Gentry. Seventh Row: Jitsinnyo, Kolnoto, Jing. Hemni. Eighth Row: Clark, Hedrick, Cunningham, Antrim.
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JACK Hoewcon ,,,... ,,,,..,,,, I 'rmidenf
FRANCES TAYLOR ,.,,, ,,,,,, I 'ire Prfxidzvzf
BETTY PEARSON ..,,,,,,,, S1'l'l'f'f!ll'y
Ro BERT lX1f'RRfSClTI
Speakers, each an expert in his line, representing
different professions and vocations, addressed the
students interested in their various fields. After
these discussion groups and lunch, which was
served in the cafeteria, tours were conducted to
the Fresno Bee, the Fresno Airport, Twining
Laboratories, the County Hospital, and other
points of interest.
To be eligible for membership. a student must
have a total of ten grade points, A's counting
three points, and B's one. Those who earn
MoRRisoN, Hovwoon, PEARSON, TAYLoR
membership for four semesters, with one semes-
ter in their senior year, receive life membership
pins and seals on their diplomas. All members
can attend conventions as unofficial delegates.
The Regional Convention was held at Turlock
this year and the spring district convention at
Sealbearers of the CSF were honored at a spe-
cial assembly when they were presented with
their pins. This group, the largest at Fresno
High to attain these awards, numbered thirty.
First Row-ltfarvin, Smith. XVhite, Taylor, Rockas, Sawyers, Said. Miller. Second Row-Sauer, Owenshy. Papagri, Whitten, Nic-hols,
Potter, Main, Miss Smith. Third Row-Sehottstat-dt, Miles, D. Pearson, Masten, Nielsen, Segel, Rue, Mathews. Shekerjian,
Schultz, Ohannesian, Tillman. Fourth Row-Molesbergen, Uyeoka, Ono. Nakano. Lowe, B. Pearson. Poy. Fifth Row--Young,
Van Meter, Raugust, Stahl, Williams, Seheidt, Zefliitella. Sixth Row-Morrson. Shipley. Webster. Sfinbongi, Nelson, Sullivan,
Rundle, Lsirwoorl.. Seventh Row-Mr. Halhaeh, Pontius, Nalond, Vllood, Lewis, Wong. Miss Kimball.
OFFICERS: First I-owfWest. Chollet. Wil!
liams. Second ron'-.X InoIII', 1'e1II'son, Sterios.
The Hypatia Club, one of the oldest clubs in
Fresno High School, was organized for the pur-
pose of gaining facility in debating, of promot-
ing an interest in civic questions. and of gaining
experience in the use of parliamentary law.
President MARGARET VVEYMOUTH
Vice-Pre.vidmt BLANCHE SCHNEIDER
Sefretary BETTY PEARSON
Treasurer MAXINE WILLIAMS
and proving to them that their
ere both talented and gracious hos-
event enabled the mothers to be-
acquainted with the club sponsor,
D. Anderson, and to see how the
The Hypatias are a'so very active in school
social affairs. A membership tea was given early
in the fall semester to encourage girls new in
the school to join the club. Later, a beautifully
appointed tea honoring the mothers of members
was held in the social rooIn. Two features of
the affair were the lovely flower-bedecked tea
table and the fragrant corsages that were the
clubls gift to all mothers in attendance. A spe-
cially prepared program of music and readings
served the dual purpose of entertaining the hon-
weekly meetings are carried on.
At the end of the fall semester a dinner and a
theatre party were given in honor of the January
graduates. This was only one of the many an-
nual good-time affairs which make sister Hypa-
tias thrill to the realization that they have much
in common-and the good times are not the
least of thesel Among other events which are
eagerly looked forward to each year are the
Portia-Hypatia basketball game and the dinner
at Danteys which follows.
First rou+West, Reich, Cliollet, Williams, Stuart. Second row-Armour. Peterson. Appling, Selineirler. Weynioutli, Sclineider.
riffitli, 'lhirrl 1'OW'GillSfE, Hayes, Glasliy, Mrs. Anrlerson, Ray, Merideth, Pearson, Sterios. Seibert, SehI'eiheI'.
OFFICERS: First row: Granger. Henderson
Frolik, Scheitlt, Sohottstaedt. Roekas Second
row: Rhodes, Sager
The members of the Portia Club, sponsored
by Mrs. Eveline K. Moodyi, have just completed
one of the most successful years ever enjoyed
since the founding of the organization. Following
a precedent established many years ago, each
week the Portias strive to carry out the purpose
of the club, which is to engage in the study and
practice of parliamentary law.
ln addition to their serious efforts at self-de-
velopment, the Portias are noted for the variety
and interest of their various social functions. A
mock trial with the Senators was held in Novem-
ber and was a great success, to say the least.
Another very enjoyable event held to honor their
graduating members was the dinner planned by
the undergraduate members of the club.
Lest they be classed as a purely literary Or
social group, Portias hasten to add that they
shine on the athletic field as well as on the de-
bate floor, a fact which was most convincingly
demonstrated in the annual Portia-Hypatia bas-
ketball game and dinner. At the Portia dance
in December, held in honor of the clubys twenty-
fifth anniversary, a gift of a silver plate was
presented to lVIrs. Moodyi. The fashion show put
on by the members was the high-light of the
Mothers, Tea in the spring. This was followed
by the Portia-Senate picnic, which broke all rec-
ords for good food and good times.
SO the year was filled with good times for the
Portias, and, while many will look forward to
another successful year, the graduates will cher-
ish the many happy memories of "the best year
First POW! Gearheart. l'TlJ0l'll2ll'l. Gl'2lllg'Ql', Henderson, Kuhlitz. Michael, Roc-kas. Glenn. 1-Irlwards, Sznifller. Second row: Swaitf
Gibbs, J. Brown, Rlitules, Fos er. Drouet. Hansen. B. Brown. ltpstoin Shepard, Frolik. Thiiwl row: Soheirlt. Mrs. Moody, Melelnoi
Alves. Allyn, Marsli, S:-hottstaievlt, Miller, Fine, Iingiamleig Jerthorg, Briglnnii. Marvin, Taylor.
FICERS First row: Rudd. Nelson. Second
mu ixiunjian. Diel.
The Fresno High School Senate is one of the
oldest high school clubs in the United States,
boasting of fifty-one years cf uninterrupted life.
During the last year the Senate has carried on its
usual activities in the fields of both service and
recreation. The Senate dance, which was held
during the Christmas saeson, is an annual event
which is looked forward to with great anticipa-
tion by all concerned.
The Senate-VVitenagemote debate and the Sen-
ate-Portia picnic are also important events of the
year. Besides participating in forensic activities,
the Senate has actively and successfully taken
part in athletic contests with other high school
Cn the evening of Nlarch twenty-ninth of this
year, the Senate held its annual banquet, this
time the fifty-first. Senators from various parts
of the state as well as from other states attended
this affair. The guest speaker of the evening
First 1'fVVffli1l'lSiOS, Van Meter. Lewis. Runtlle Herlfek, N
jian, llillen, Webster, Haxupeiscu. 'l'l12i'1l 1'oxx-Morris, Gibbs.
STANLEY STEINBERG President Leo DIE1.
DON HINE l"ife-Presidwzt VVILLIAM RUDD
CQEORGE NANCE Sfwntfzry MONTY CARTER
FRANK ENNIS Treasurer CREIGHTON NELSON
was Dr. Charles Nowell of the Fresno State
College, who spoke on the South American situf
ation. After the dinner a program was given in
which many of the active Senators participated.
Following the program, the evening was spent
informally discussing Hold timesll in Fresno High
During the course of the last year many new
members have been accepted into the body. They
have taken an active part in all club activities as
well as in the debating and oratorical and ex-
temporaneous contests conducted within the
school as well as in competition with other high
Under the able sponsorship of Mr. Ralph VV.
Ames, the Fresno High School Senate has
launched into the second half century of its con-
tinuous existence with high hopes that the future
years may be as pleasant and profitable as the
Wood. Sec-owl row-lllxdc. Walker, Rmlsl. Keshisliian. Kuyum-
ey, Sullivan, Craiu. l-Iimis, Keeler, Mock, Diel, Mr. Ames,
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First Row: .l, fllltbllff, Mar. P4153 Rosahelle Lew. 56001141 Rww:IlI1by Lew, Jue, B. Lew. Miss Lfmmlquist, R. C'lInIIg, Lowe, XV,
Fung. 'I'hiId Row: F. Won-R' H. Wow". Lum Chun. Harvevlew ,XI'thu1' Jin".
Students' Club Students' Club
SPRING FALL SPRING
President ARTHUR JING SHIIIERU VVAKASA Prexident RICHARD HENMI
Vine-Preyident FRANK VVONG ALICE SUMIDA I'ic'e-President GEORGE YUKI
Searemry RosAREI.LE LEW KIKU Eco Snretary HARUKDKAWAIIARA
Treasurer JACK JUE RICHARD HENMI Treasurer KEYKO Ii.-XMIYAMA
1 Henmi. K2lNV2lhIl!'il, Sato. befonml Row: liolxmto. DDi.'I'ukzIgi, K2,ll'lliy2llIl'l, 0110. 'l'z10hims, Saknglxclli. 'fhirfl Row: Mr.
Muller. M. 'l'zII1zIka. Nukl, 'l'. 'I'zInaIki. Aho, KZll'llkilj'1l.
' Anal' as """ls
Q 5 Q
ERvs IN C. GINSBURG
A scene of never-ending and enjoyable ac-
tivities is the Physical Education Department,
Whose director is popular Mr. Ginsburg.
Captain 0. D. Guffey, commandant of all
high school cadet groups in the Fresno City
Schools, spends one period a day superintend-
ing the activities of Company MCH of Fresno
High School and also sponsors the Rifle Club.
llflr. Lawless, an alumnus of the school, is
basketball mentor, whereas Mr. Holsteinys
GEORGE C. HQLSTEIN CAPTAIN O. D. CQUFFEY
PRIIRCIPAI. HARRIS, HANLBALL ,ACE MICKELAN PUTS THE SHOT 'ATHE MAN VVITH THE VVIRE MASK
EDNA EARLE ROBERTA VVILSON
RALLY MEN MA
particular field is baseball. ln addition, the
three men coaches are eo-sponsors of the lro-
quois, the lettermen's club. On the feminine
side of the ledger we find lldiss Earle, the
tennis team coach, and the Misses Murrayi
and YVilson. Miss Earle, in addition to her
class duties, Co-sponsors the Chemistry Club,
and lVliss VVilson Co-sponsors the TicTocs.
All three women join to sponsor the lively
and numerous G.A.A.
scoTs HEY ! THE PHOTOGR.-XPHERl
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Kghmgn Young Jurkovich
Turning in one of the most spectacular seasons of its career,
the 1940 Fresno High School football team ran roughshhod over its
opponents, winning both the Yosemite League and the Valley pen-
nants. Under the able coaching of Erwin Ginsburg, Norman Mac-
Donald, and "TobyH Lawless, the mighty Warrioi's went through
the season with an unbroken record.
FRESNO HIGH 19-MONTEREY O
With touchdowns in all but the first quarter, the Warriors
started the season by defeating the Monterey Toreadors 19-0. The
first score came on a pass interception by Pierini, who threaded his
way across the goal for the tally. The next six digits came of a
blocked kick which Rodman fell on over the Toreador goal. A
fifty-one yard drive set the stage for the last Warrior tally with
Jurlcovich crossing over from the one-half yard line.
FRESNO HIGH 0-TULARE O
Plagued by fumbles, the Warriors were brought to the only
scoreless tie of the season by Tulare. Fresno's bid for a score in the
last few minutes of the first half was stopped when Pierini fum-
bled a pass from Jurkovich.
FRESNO HIGH 29 -- FRESNO TECH 6
Scoring in both the first and third periods and tallying a safety
in the final period, the VVarriors made an impressive score over
Fresno Tech. Keshishian and Militano, speed-burning halfs, scored
the first two tallies. -lurkovich plunged over for the third touch-
down after a forty-eight yard march downfield, and VVebb added
six more points by circling around end a few minutes later.
FRESNO HlGH 39- MADERA 6
Compiling one of the most lopsided scores ever chalked up,
Papulias Rodman GrOWdCr1
Fresno subdued its opponents, the Madera Coyotes, 39-6. In the first
quarter, Militano broke away for fifty-seven yards and the first
Vvarrior touchdown. The Coyotes retaliated with six points soon
after. From then on, however, it was all Fresno High, with five
more tallies being chalked up by Heidenrich, Keshhishian and Webb,
the last two scoring two each.
FRESNO HIGH 32-MERCED 6
Fresno High's eleven continued its march to the Yosemite
League pennant by walloping the Merced Bears 32-6 in a wild
game. On the kick-off, the WVarriors took the ball on their own
twenty-two yard line and drove down the field seventy-three yards,
-Iurlrovich plunging for the tally from the five-yard line. Five min-
utes later Keshishihan skirted his own left end on a fifteen yard dash
for the second score of the game. Three more scores were rung up
by the IfVarriors before the game ended. .
FRESNO HIGH 33 - TAFT 0
Revenging itself for last yearis loss to the Taft Wildcats, the
Fresno High eleven defeated its opponent from the south soundly.
Seven minutes after the opening kick-off, Colburn intercepted a
WVildcat pass and raced seventy-five yards for a touchdown. Fresno
scored its second touchdown on a pass from Pierini to Colburn, good
for fifty yards. The VVarriors scored two more touchdowns and a
safety in the second quarter as well as another six points in the last
FRESNO HIGH 12- ROOSEVELT O
Fresno preserved its traditional supremacy over the Rough
RSITY SQUAD: First row: Boel, Markovieh. Toehiiira. Kohinan, Ileidenricli, Neikirk. Keshishihan, lliel, Papulias, Lung.
eeonl row: Easton, Zenovich. Jacobsen. Bolt. .Ii1i'kovieli, Pieriiii. Szighzileliaii, 'l':ii'r, Young ,Xnrli'ews. DeMi1iity. 'l'hii'fl row: llub-
url Dauglierty, Martin, Meljiiniel, Militano, Korlnian, Collmiu, Blziney, IVebb. Growmleii, Mickelian, Mitt-hell f!ll2'l'.j.
Riders of Roosevelt by defeating them 12-0 in a
hard-fought battle. The first VVarrior score
came in the initial quarter when they took over
on their own forty after a Roosevelt punt. Young
dashed thirty-five yards after catching a pass
from Pierini. A few seconds later Pierini again
passed to Young, who went the rest of the way
to score. In the fourth period, Keshishian went
through center, got away from the Roosevelt sec-
ondary, and raced thirty-three yards for the final
FRESNO HIGH 33- EDISON TECH O
Ending their scheduled campaign in a blaze of
glory, the Warriors outclassed Edison Tech, tal-
lying twice in both the second and third quarters
and once again in the last stanza. The varsity
first string easily ran up the first three tallies to
put the game on ice. The second and third
strings continued to pile up the score for the rc-
mainder of the game.
FRESNO HIGH '33-AVENAL O
Fresno moved nearer the valley championship
by defeating the Avenal Buccaneers in the semi-
finals by 33-0. After a scoreless first quarter.
the Warriors went on to ring up five tallies and
three conversions. Two of the touchdowns came
on intercepted pass run-backs by Young and Col-
burn and another when Rodman recovered a
fumble on the Avenal twenty-eight. Militano
and Jacobsen then accounted for another six
ERESNO HIGH 20- REDONDO 6
Traveling from their wigwams, the Warriors
next downed Redondo Beach 20-6. Taking to
the air, Fresno passed to score in the first, sec-
ond and fourth quarters. The Seahawks pushed
Coach Ginsburg explains some fine points of the game and iVIilitano demonstrates.
THE YELLOWJACKETS: First row: Neikirk. Davies, Rasmussen, Casacc-ia. Jolly. Kennedy. Harris, Sniades, Heidenrieh. Second
row: Jacobsen, lochiina, Jackson, Denham. Quinn. Logan, Giannopulos. Roel, Diel. 'lhirrl rox: Daugherty, Hubbard. Sheutan
Daly, Wilhoite, Easton, Barr, Young 1Ifll'liOVlK'll, Zenovir-h, l-lerring' fmgrj.
across for their lone tally after a brief flurry in
the third period.
FRESNO HIGH 20-BAKERSFIELD 12
For the first time in history, Fresno High
downed the Bakersfield Drillers in a league game
and won the valley championship. Spotting the
Drillers six points, the Warriors came back and
Turning in one of the best seasons of its car-
eer, the Fresno High lightweight football team,
under the excellent coaching of Ralph Allen,
tied with Roosevelt and Merced High schools
for the league championship. The Papooses
were scored on only once during the entire sea-
son. A glance at their remarkable score-board
in seven plays went over for their own touch-
down. The second score came when Pierini
sprinted fifty-eight yards to paydirt. The final
VVarrior gain came a minute before the final
gun from a seventy-five yard march downfield,
with -lnrkovich smashing over from the one-yard
tells the story convincingly.
Fresno .................. 13 - Fresno Tech 0
Fresno ...... ..... 2 5 - Madera ,r.,..
Fresno ...... O - lllerced
Fresno ...... ..... l 2 - Central
Fresno ...... ..... 2 l - Roosevelt .,..
Fresno ...... 6 - Edison
LIGHTWEIGHT SQUAD: First row: Fong. Wniernian. Ualaway, Goering Knight Sample, Aiken. .Xi'nolrl, Cullingion Stahl Ohlnian
Second row: Ilowarcl, Aho, Rudd, Rudolph, XVKVRIYIEIII. Karaniedjian, Owen, Vllight, llunsen. Rupp .XVQ1lliEl', Canfield Fhiirl ron
Hollister fll'lgl'.j, XVooil, Smith, Edwards, Mills, Nichols, Keeler. Sniifh. Pelligrini, llall. l'oonjohn, Koutt. Mist Clsst Coach
Showing a great improvement over last year's
squad, Fresno High School's varsity basketball
team, coached by 'fToby" Lawless, capped sec-
ond place in the league standings, losing out only
to Edison Tech.
ln the seven practice games played before the
opening of the regular basketball season, the
Yvarriors came out victorious in six, losing to
the Redondo Beach five by a margin of one point.
The VVarriors scalped their first league op-
ponent, the Madera Coyotes, to the tune of 36-
24. Riding high on the crest of their first league
victory, the battling Fresno High band was due
for a fall when it came up against Edison Tech
in the second game of the season. Although in
the lead most of the way, Fresno bogged down
in the last few minutes of play and lost 30-28.
The VVarriors again caught the taste of victory,
however, when they defeated a fighting Merced
squad -l-5-26. Fresno Tech's Wolves were Fresno
High's next victims when they Went down under
a 38-27 counter. Fresno Highys Warriors then
went on to avenge themselves for the loss to
their arch-rivals, Roosevelt, last year hy chalk-
ing up a substantial 37-26 win. Fresno was again
defeated by Edison Tech when it lost out to the
cross town rivals in the second encounter. Al-
though it was a hard fought battle throughout,
Edison took the lead early in the game and kept
it to come out with a 37-30 victory. The WVar-
riors hit their stride again by downing, for a sec-
ond time, a battling Madera squad 3+-20. Mer-
ced also fell for a second time when they were
turned away by a 40-29 score. The lvarriors
then dropped a game to Fresno Tech in the upset
of the season when, after holding a comfortable
margin, they eased up and the courageous Fresno
Tech five scored 33-29. ln their last game of the
season, the Warriors downed a fighting Roose-
velt squad by a wide margined score of 52-25.
VARSITY SQUAD: 'Piei'ini, Kohman, lDeMzlnty, Russian. Mints, Snlleng'e1', Miekelian, Venallle, Cano. Ulltllliilll, Moore, Davies, Nel-
son. Center: Coach Lawless.
1Vinning all of their practice games and all
but three of their league encounters, the Fresno
High Class "BH basketball squad under the coach-
ing of Kenneth Thunem turned out an excellent
record at the end of the season but were nosed
out of first spot in the league pennant race by
the Edison Tech Tigers.
ln their first league encouunter the Fresno
High Papooses displayed their power and
strength by handing the Madera Coyotes a 39-17
drubbing. The business-like manner in which
the local boys sailed in to the attack soon left
little doubt in even the most ardent lVIaderan,s
mind as to who would be the final winner. The
purple and gold quintet then fell before the su-
perior might of the Tigers from Edison Tech by
a record of 23-15. Perhaps the Edison team
could not be blamed if they left the floor after
the final shot with unusually happy expressions,
for revenge for last year's drubbing at the hands
of the l'B'sH was undoubtedly sweet. A one-
point margin was all that kept the Fresno High
band from enjoying a second league victory in-
stead of being downed by the Merced Bears
Fresno Highls "B's" again suffered defeat
when they were beaten 20-18 by the Fresno
Tech YVolves in the next game of the season.
Fresno High once again hit its stride when it
battled the "B" quintet from Roosevelt and
squeezed out a tight but enjoyable victory of
25-23. Fresno easily defeated the Madera five
in their second battle by a score of 29-21. They
then went on to upset their cross town rivals,
Edison Tech, with a decisive 22-15 win. The
battling Papooses then chalked up their most
decisive victory of the season by crushing a val-
iant Merced quintet 4-0-23. In their next game,
Fre:no High downed the Fresno Tech band by
a margin of 32-22. ln the last game of the sea-
son the battling Warriors downed the Roose-
velt Roughriders 37-21 in a hard fought game,
thus ending an outstanding season for the Class
CLASS "B" SQUAD: Fong. Knight, Borasi, Ball Sum, Owen. Hall, Hill. Long, NVheele1', West, Briggs, Coach Thunem.
CLASS "C" SQUAD: First row: Arata, Hill, Martin, Petropulos, li.0ll1'5lfi1S. Second low: Gregg, Okawara. Rundle, Rudolph.
Mathews, Peddy. Third row: Nakamoto, Sanderson, Ohanian, Jaekson, llargis, Kuyumjian, Mr, Morehouse Qcoaehj.
Cllass U H
Winning three and losing one, the Fresno
High Class HCM quintet split their four league
games this season. In direct contrast to the great-
ly curtailed season of last year when an epidemic
in the county of infantile paralysis kept them
from playing a good part of their schedule, the
Peanuts scorched through their series with unpar-
alleled vigor and determination. In their first
game Coach Morehouse's midget five literally
blew the lid off the opening of the casaba season
with a jarring victory over the Roosevelt "CH
quintet 23-10. ln their next game, however, the
Fresno High squad hit a slump when they ran
into a hard fighting Edison Tech squad and were
downed by a close 26-21 score. Like their
"brothers", the "Bs", the pint-sized casaba
passers quite unintentionally gave Edison sweet
revenge for the defeat they had suffered in the
1940 season at the hands of the Fresno Warriors
junior edition. The so-named Peanuts proved
their ability to Come back when they walloped
the Madera Wolves by a one-sided 28-14 counter.
In the last game of the season the little Warriors
kept up their winnings by beating a game but in-
ferior Fresno Tech squad 29-12.
Although small in size, the HC" squad showed
that it was big in points and deserving of the
credit given it by the whole student body for its
fine showing. It is the gameness and fine sports-
manship shown at all itmes by the HCls'l that
has come to be synonomous with the name "VVar-
rior" and has caused Fresno High to be called
the "School of Champions".
The 'laction" game of the year - Fresno High vs. Edison Tech.
VARSITY SQUAD-First Row: Hiller, Wm. Young, Saghatelian, Cohen, Re-itz. Axt. Second Row: Rudolph, Bob Young OI rj
Ball, Pierini, lleizenrader. Moore, Seeker. Johnson, Van Meter, Gregg fMgr.J.
Although the Fresno High School baseball
nine didn't Win any championships this year, it
made an excellent showing to bring home much
praise to the school.
Splitting about even in their practice games
before the opening of the league season, the War-
rior nine went into their league frays with a bet-
ter than even chance of winning the pennant. ln
their first league battle, Fresno High lived up
to all expectations and Walloped the battling Ma-
dera Coyotes by a score of ll-2 in what was
called a "Wild" ball game. The Warriors con-
tiued to pile up victories when, in the second
game of the league season, they downed a hard-
fighting Merced nine 10-8 in a tight ball game
which was packed full of close decisions. The
Fresno High squad lost their next game, how-
ever, when they were nosed out of the winning
column by the Wolves from Fresno Tech with a
3-l score. The Warriors were again beaten when
they met their arch rivals, Roosevelt, and after
leading throughout most of the game, lost out
4-2. ln the last game of the season Fresno was
defeated by the Edison Tech nine by a close 3-2
score in an eleven inning ball game.
A reat man f of this vear's s uad are uniors
g 5 . q J
a fact that would seem to insure a good team for
Fresno High .,..,,,, Madera ....
Fresno High ...,,,,, Merced ..,.,,
Fresno High ,,,,,,,, Fresno Tech
Fresno High ,.e,.... 2 - Roosevelt Y,
PITCHING STAFF--Reitz. Johnson, Axt, Cohen.
Fresno High Athletes Show Prize VVinning Form
The 1941 Fresno High School track squad
brought home another string of victories for
their Alma Mater' this season by winning the
county title, placing second in the city meet, and
coming in third in the valley race. The War-
rior 'tthinly clads" not only excelled in Class "AH
but also showed excellent marks in Classes "BH
and HC," winning in the latter class in the city
The track season was officially opened when
the year classes of the school clashed in their
annual interclass meet. The meet was taken in
a walkaway by the Class of '41 combined with
the Class of '44 with 18-1 points. Second place
was taken by the Class of V1-3 when they com-
piled 135 points, While the Class of '-12, badly
handicapped by an outbreak of measles, compiled
85 points to finish in third place.
In the city event the Warriors were nosed
out of first place by Edison Tech when
they pulled in nine points less than the first
place team. Bob Shannon, Fresno weight
man, was a double Winner, placing first in
both the discus and the shot put. Other firsts
were taken byAnthony Kohman, who Won the
440, and Jim VVheeler, who tied with Carlson
of Roosevelt in the pole vault. The Fresno High
band then surprised the dopesters by grabbing
the county meet out from under Edison Tech's
nose when Canfield and Chandler upset the
field and won top spot in the broad jump and
high hurdles respectively.
VARSITY TRACK SQUAD: First Vow: Kohman. Wheeler. Long. Iieslfsllizlvl, Canfield Jurkovit-h. Allamnrose. Second row: Mor-
rison, Barr. Webster, Johnson, West, Shannon, Ch'1ntl'e". Knoll. Thirfl row: Mitchel. Hyde, Davenport, llorfmeier, Jackson
Mr. Ames. M r. Ginsburg.
CQASS "B" SQUAQ: First row: Sterios Cmgixj, Burkholder, Aiken, Rudd. llauscn, Sample, Abo. Second roxy: Galloek, llill, VVoods.
Nest, Bell, Papazian, Uvdesich, Cullington. 'lhiral row, Petersen,
Although the Class MBU track squad did not
capture a first place in their division, they turned
in some excellent marks. They won second place
in the city meet, bowing only to the Roosevelt
Roughriders. ln the county meet the Fresno
tribe, defending champions, lost the title to the
Roosevelt squad but pulled out two firsts in the
valley meet, Wheeler and Fickle gaining top
spots in the pole-vault and the shot-put respec-
The Class "CH squad captured first place in
the city track meet, placed among the scorers
in the county, and pulled in eighth in the valley
meet to make an excellent showing for the school.
The so-called f'Peanuts', defended ably their
city title when they outclassed their nearest op-
ponent, Roosevelt, by twenty points, garnering
Fickle, Hardin, l.ilIWlUll0tO, llopwood, Fong, Kusaki.
tively and compiling ten points to take sixth
place. Among the many outstanding point-gath-
erers for the HBH squad were Carl Fickle,
weightman , who broke the old city shot put
record by putting the iron ball out 47 feet one-
half inchg Duane Long and Henry Goering,
l320 men, each breaking the old school record in
this eventg and Bill Rudd, dash man, who
accounted for most of the points in these events.
more points than all their opponents combined.
ln the valley meet two men placed, Martin tak-
ing third in the 108-yard hurdles and Qkawara
placing fifth in the broad jump. The -HO-yard
relay team ran third, trailing Hanford and De-
lano to the tape.
CLASS "C" SQUAD: First row: Phillips. Tzluzika, Routt, lc-hibn, Kuyumdjian. Second row: Fries. Martin, Okawara, Thonipson,
Sanderson fasst. mgrj. Tliircl POW! Hill, Pornerance, lxourafas. Tsuruokzi. Sagaliatelmn Knxurj.
First row: XVhitby, Duane
Lflllgy Miller, Barr, Potts,
Xlalrond. Andrews, Price, Mel.
lion, Mr. Macdonald Ccoachj.
5 e e 0 n 4l row: De'l'emnle.
Dwight Long, Vilinch. Wil-
hoite. Lane. Ancluri, Hall.
Sanderson, Vilebster, Iehiba.
Third row: Logan, Sims.
Patterson, Sna re. Cobb,
Cliristian, Woods. Kofarinos.
Reed. Fourth row: Wheeler,
Confiley, Mills, li,2ll'llllQj'.
First row: Mr. Ginsburg.
Mr. Lawless, W. Young.
llierini. Second row:
Growtlen, Aho. Tliirilrowz
Zenctvich. Jacobsen. Keshi-
shian, R. Younu. Potts.
Fourth row: Venables.
Lung, Nelson, Kolimzm.
Militano Jurkovitrli. De-
Manty, Miekeiian. Fifth
ow: Papulias. Saghate-
The Iroquois is an athletic club composed of
coaches and lettermen. The clubis purpose is
primarily to promote greater interest in sports
among the students of the school, and to be of
service in various school projects.
There were a number of long-to-be remem-
bered events held throughout the year. The
regular initiations, which are held each semes-
ter, will always be remembered by those who
participated. The annual dance was held after
the Roosevelt basketball game and was very
successful, both socially and financially. A snow
party was held at Shaver Lake, and although
Om' Hundrrd Tfwo
the party was broken up early because of a real
snow storm, the members had a good time,
even considering the hard work that Was needed
in getting the cars not equipped with chains
out of the snow. Later in the year a horseback
ride was organized and held at Green's cattle
ranch in the hills near the Friant Dam. A num-
ber of the boys were inexperienced riders and
some suffered the experience of being brushed
off by low-hanging branchsg but outside of a
few bruises. everything went off well and
cveryone is looking forward to the next ride.
First row - Farr. Ayers.
Lewis. Ennis. S2l1'g'9l1f.
Second row - Owensby,
Frolik, Bristol. l'eih'on-
eelli, Ayers. Miss Earle.
The Fresno High School tennis team was
quite successful this season under the direction of
the new coach, Miss Edna Earle. Theteam won
all but one league match, dropping that to a
strong Roosevelt team.
The members of the squad were Frank Ennis,
Roberta Bristol, Frank Farr, Bob Ayers, Ann
Pedroncelli, Lucille Qwensby, Jean Ayers, and
Frank Ennis fboys' singlesl playing a strong
all-round game won all his league matches and
advanced to the valley semi-finals Where he
bowed to defeat.
Roberta Bristol Cgirls' singlesj showed strong
possibilities losing only to Roosevelt. Her fast
serve and net game brought her through a series
of defeats in practice matches to second place in
the league play.
Frank Farr and Bob Ayers lboys' doublesj
won three out of five league matches. Their
ground strokes and lobs put their opponents con-
tinually on the defensive.
Ann Pedroncelli and Lucille Owensby Cgirls'
doublesj, possessing the combination of technical
skill and fighting spirit, advanced to the County
semi-finals. Lucillels service and Ann's net game
made their defeat a problem for any team.
Jean Ayers and Sheldon Lewis fmixed dou-
blesj, combining placement shots with strong vol-
leys, came through the league with but one de-
One flurzdred Tlzrfe
Team Members in
: Cadet Captain
Earle Jones, First Lieutenant Bill Warren Sec-
ond Lieutenant Delfred Edwards. 3
Caplain O. D. GUFFEY
FIRST PLATOON: First row--
Hunlphxeys, floogooian. Tienken
Hansen, Smith Ulrich Reenl Kal.
Second low-Wt-iss, Allen, Welch.
Whitmore, Schortov. 'l'l1ir4l Vow--
Clark llousins, lfloxxuml, Ch-ipp
Cadet Company HCM, first regiment California High School
Cadets, has completed another year of Very successful training under
the command of Cadet Captain Earle Jones. The subordinate offi-
cers were Bill VVarren, first lieutenant, and Delfred Edwards, sec-
ond lieutenant. Captain O. D. Gnffey, lnfantry Reserve, is the com-
mandant of all cadet companies in the Fresno school system. All
promotions are by competition in both theory and practice. Cadet
officers are appointed only from the senior and junior classes. Non-
cemmissioned officers may be appointed from any class. Fresno has
a complete battalion, one company in each high school.
The annual competition of all schools was held in the Fresno
blemorial Auditorium on lVlarch 27. This year competition was
keen, as all schools were more nearly on an equal plane than at any
time since the beginning of such competition seventeen years ago.
Orff Ilzmdred Fc ur
NON-COMMISSlONED OFFICERS: First Rowff
Knoll, Googooian, Humphreys. Fisher, Wood.
Second Rowf'l'ienken, Weiss. Woosley, Spacy.
' : rris. May.
SECOND PLATOON: First Row--
Fislier. Woosley, Sloan, Kelso Ma-
son, Casey, Wood. Second Row-
son., Casey, Wood. Second Row:
Harris, Pierce. Lowe, DeCariSto.
Griggs, Mitchell. Third Row--May,
Todd. Shire, Davis, Liirxvootl.
Company "D", Fresno Technical High School, won first place in
the company drill and permanent possession of the trophy presented
by the Fraternal Order of Ea les. To accom lish this, an or faniza-
tion must win three years consecutively. Fresno High Schools
Company MCU won second place and the Sciot's trophy, now exhibited
in the student body trophy case in the main foyer. ln the individual
manual of arms drill second lace went to Frank Snvder of Com-
pany HC." The five judges were captains from regular army ser-
Company MCH has just completed gallery practice and the fol-
lowing qualified: expert rifleman, Robert Frasher and Kenneth
VVoodg sharpshooter, Bill Warren and Delfred Fdwardsg marksman,
Spencer Knoll, Earle Jones, Charles Davis and Jimmie Spacy. The
first five high score students won the highly-coveted Block "FH,
OW Hundrzfd Firm?
Cadet Captain EARLE joxis
First row-A. PG4.il'O1ICEll'l,
Briglln 111, Brown, Humll e,
Erringcr, Owensby. Second
row-Riley, lileiu, Wolc
High, Caskey, F. Pcdlmxcelli.
High, F. Pedronc-elli, Sandex
son, Klein. Riley, Uwe-usby
First raw-Riley. Ll9llEl'!1l2'Hl,
Hoge, Frees. Second row-
Alexflriiler, H1'0zlfl, BII'DOI121lfl.
Groom. Third row-Cmmv
bell, Burthuli, Rue, llanseu.
First- row-Schneider. Rerlflen
Farley, Elllflllilll, Drouet
Hchmiflt. Smacoml row - Ol
oiziu. Skeitz, Nielsen. Gerard,
Eclwzlrzls, Knuffung. Hill. Mer
First row-Smupsou, Howell.
Fuiu. Bacon. Lowe. Second
row 7 Mooraclizm. Sf-herer.
3lill'Il91'0SlPll1, Ford. Hruska.
Nyberg, Reed, Bleisncr.
First l'0XY-KHXV?lll2l1'kl, Owens
by, F. Purlroucelli. Secour
row-C'onnell, High, Armour
Penrsoxl. Third row-A, Pe
vlroncelli, Rice, Tllompson
Diehevm, M4-Fm'lanrl, Soherei
Kllllllyilllbl. Barfliuli, Haxtel
Fix-xt row-Aiiden-sou, Bi1'l'lJQ'l',
Snyrler. Ono. Secoiul rowg
Hu1'rnl1. Giustc, Schultz, Ca-
First 'l'OXY1SElXYY9TS, Jones.
Second 1'0XYlfllfl1'li, Mills.
Duncim. Thirrl l'0VV1Sl7l1!lSl'
rli-'13 C ll 0 I l e t. Szlmlersoii.
First l'OXY-S2lg'9l'. Wolcott,
Riley. Briglxaiu. Second row
-F. Perlronoelli, High, Ei'-
Vinger, Oweiisby, A. l'e1l1'on-
First l'OXV11I21llHllOIKl. Robin-
son, Brigheun, xVilll'0Illi. Wag-
ner. Rhodes, Thompson. S11-
Qer, Roessler. Second row-
B. Pealson. Neilson. Czunpr
bell. lfdwawls, Frolik. Sitts.
Burgess, D. Pearson. Bernairni.
Third Vow-Holt. Crnwforwl.
Jertberg, Spector. Wilson.
Bartlett. Pearson. Szmflerson
Owensby. A. Pedroncelli. F
G. A. A.
ANN PEDRONCELLI President LUCILLE OVVENSBY
LUc1L1.E OwENsBY Vim-President FLORA PEDRONCELLI
BETTY BINFORD Sefrelary JEAN BARGER
JEAN BARGER Treasurer BE'1'rY PEARSON
THE CABINET: First row-Bradley, E1'1'ing1'er.
Pearson. Second row-Bmsfer, F. l,6fl'l'0lIC'GlIi.
Third row-Miss Earle, Neilson, A. Pedron-
cclii, Owensby, Miss lwlurray, Miss Wilson.
The Girls' Athletic Association started its year
of varied activities by entertaining the girls of
the other three Fresno city high schools at the
annual Volley-ball Playday. An Hawaiian at-
mosphere prevailed, with the girls of the differ-
ent teams wearing variously-colored leis. After
the games, the girls were entertained with Ha-
waiian dances and songs. Refreshments, fea-
turing pineapple juice and bananas, were served.
The volley ball season was brought to a spectac-
ular close when the girls, All-star Team tri-
umphed over the boys' team for the first time
in many years.
During the football season all extra time was
spent in making pompoms, which were sold to
the student body. These purple and gold "pep
ir1ducers" made the Fresno High School root-
ing section vividly colorful as they were waved
to the stirring rhythms of the flashy school band.
In January the club held a skating party and
dinner in the cafeteria, at which time the awards
for the past semester were presented. Likewise
at this meeting the new officers were installed.
Activities sponsored by the G.A.A. were a min-
or sports tournament and after-school basketball
games. The awards-medals for first place and
ribbons for second place-for the winners of the
tournaments were presented to the girls on May
second, after a wiener roast at Roeding Park.
The activities of an eventful year were con-
cluded at the annual Steak Bake, held at the
Kingsburg Golf Club, where Mr. Logan Ed-
wards presided as chief baker of steaks, and stu-
dents and teachers alike enjoyed the fine food
and the games.
The club is indeed indebted to its sponsors-
lVIiss Evelyn Murray, Miss Edna Earle, and
Miss Roberta Wilson-for their wonderful help
and true sportsmanship.
THE LARGEST GIRLS' CLUB IN SCHOOL
BABETTE HORLICK Prerident
CLARE WEYMOUTH Vice-Prerident
DOROTHY GR,ANGER Serrftary
SUE HENDERSON Treasurer
First rowfllohlick. Second row-Cole, Sager
Weymouth, Webster, Granger.
Although most high school clubs are, in a
sense, service clubs, the Tic Toc club of Fresno
High School rates particularly high in this re-
spect. Affiliated with the Y.W.C.A. as a sort
of junior auxiliary, the group were originally
known as Girl Reserves. A consequent change
of name, however, effected no change of purpose,
as the avowed aim of the group is still to pro-
mote friendship among the girls of the school
and to learn to assume whatever civic duties
high school girls are equipped to undertake. Un-
der the sponsorship of Miss Roberta Wilson and
Miss Francette Mauze, the organization has
enjoyed a particularly successful as well as en-
To demonstrate that they are well versed in
the art of Hsewing a fine seamfl Tic Tocs met
at various times during the year to sew on and
eventually complete two baby's layettes, one as
a Christmas gift to the needy mother of an infant
and the other for the local Red Cross chapter.
Various social events enlivened the progress
of the school year, notably an All-City Tic Toc
Dinner, sponsored by the Y.W.C.A., a Hallow-
eyen party, a skating party at the Rollatorium,
and the annual Christmas party. A membership
tea was held at the beginning of each of the two
semesters for the purpose of entertaining pros-
pective new members who had previously signi-
fied an interest in joining the club. The Girl
Reserves Sixtieth Anniversary party marked an-
other important date for the girls as did also the
hilarious "cord and ginghaml' dance. The year
was fittingly closed with a swimming party in
honor of the organizations graduating seniors.
First row-Miss Mauze, Edxvnrds. Eberhart, Henderson, Granger. YVebster. Sawyers. Bernhard. Epstein. Second row-
Blasingame, Hill, Rice, Holeton, Miss VVilson. Third row-Hall. Nielsen, Roessler, Edward, B. Hansen. Buhler, Taylor'
Houghton. Fourth row-Coates, Sager. B. Hanner, Brown. Phillips, Cowan. Fifth row-Gregoiy, Marvin, P. Hansen,
Michaels. Sixth row-Russell, Boyer, Hines, VVQj'l1l0lll'l1, Lewis, and Ludwig.
saga U .es
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The first day of school! Hundreds of be-
wildered sophomores, suntanned juniors,
and sophisticated seniors.
Our Armistice Day queen is to be Dolores
Hunter. And IS she pretty!
Inter-advisory basketball games have start-
ed. The YVarriors kept the YVolves away
from the VVigwam tonight. Don't you
CSF,ers received their life membership pins
today. OWL staff was announced. Free
OTVLETS made their first appearance.
HYou Can't Take It With You" a great
success. Entire balcony of the auditorium
was reserved for adults.
The Hgrudgev game of the season tonight
-- our VVarriors vs. Roosevelt's Rough
Riders. Red Cross drive is on.
Portia-Senate mock trial. CSF conven-
tion next week. Girls' All-Star team
played the boys tonight. The girls won!
Avenal football team played the Warriors
this afternoon. VVe won-again! All that
"red,' going around school isn't a fireg it,s
the Class of ,el-2 sweaters.
Special train to Bakersfield. We went,
we played, and YVE'RE the valley football
"Gloria" tonight. Christmas vacation next
week. Two WHOLE weeks!
Leo Diel is the new extemporaneous speech
king. Basketball with Bakersfield tonight.
Student body officers for next semester
elected. Lost practice basketball game to
Edison. Try-outs for the Jnior Farce-
Graduation tonight. Class of 'sl-1 the first
to wear caps and gowns for graduation.
, - fn ,W
Basketball tonight with Madera. Another
game with Edison on the 14th. Hope we
Basketball with Merced. New charge of
twenty cents per game.
-Iunicr Farce, "Growing Painsu tonight.
Good! Alex Googooian represented Fresno
High in the American Legion oratorical
contest and XVON!
Principals Assembly this morning to bid
farewell to I'VIr. Huber, who leaves for the
Studio Plays start this week. Inter-class
track meet today. Five Gwlet members left
for the press conference at Berkeley.
First league baseball game with NIadera
Baseball with Madera here. Easter vaca-
tion next week! Owlets out today.
Blossom Day. Dance this afternoon in the
girls' gym. Those lovely dresses-and the
flowers-AND THE HAY FEVER!
OWL contracts are selling briskly. P.T.A.
Barn Dance tonight.
Public Schools Week. Open House tonight.
Junior-Senior Prom. Hawaiian decor!
HlVIaritana," school operetta, tonight. Lots
of credit to all concerned for a grand per-
G.A.A. Steak Bake at the Kingsburg Coun-
try Club. IVIarvelous food and a generally
Baccalaureate services tonight for the sen-
iors. Election over and everyone seems well
OVVLS are outl HDo I look like THAT T'
Autographs an absolute necessity.
Last day! Boys in navy blue and girls in
white caps and gowns at graduation. Good-
bye, Dear Diary!
One day, down town on a shopping
A glimmer and sparkle I did see.
'Twas a diamond rare?
Oh, no, 21 pair
In the Window of Warner's Jewelry.
WARNER'S ll23 Fulton
HAPPINESS FOR YOU
Something to look forward to: A lovely
home in Colonial Circle, Fresnols most
beautiful and most livable tract. Homes
nestled among pine trees. Countrified
yet dignified atmosphhere. Make your
selection now. On North Van Ness
FRESNO HOME BUILDERS
QBuilders of good homesj
And here we see Janice and Nlarie
At Fresno Republican Printery.
They do awfully good work--
Never a task do they shirlc,
Not even when it is winteryl
FRESNO REPUBLICAN PRINTERY
-lust look at that silverware gleam!
But itls true, though, and not just ll dream.
At Nielsen's youlll find
The best thatls designedg
So buy some and feel your face beam.
NIICLSENS 1236 Fulton
Here we see Jane and Nancy
ln front of a store so fancy.
They have all kinds of foods hereg
So your folks you must steer
To all of the Justesenls stores so handy.
JUSTESENS 310 Blackstone
Here in Roos, one can easily see
Qur friends Peg and Sue on E1 buying spree.
Of sweaters and skirts,
They'll buy 'till it hurts.
Hut then of course the parking is free.
ROOS BROS. 1212 Fulton
This handsome young fellow from Fresno
ls certain tha
For vitamins more,
ltls Better Buyls store
olesome food you will spy.
t his food is all Better Buy.
l.Vhere all wh
BETTER BUY XVHOLESALIC
H and Ventura
And next on the list is Crockefs,
lt's awfully easy on the pockets.
For quality, dear,
You can find it right here,
To knock your eyes out of their sockets!
CRQCKETVS 1501 Broadway
There once was a hermit named Dave,
Who washed dirty towels in Z1 cave,
One day he heard say
Of the Fresno Towel way
And now he even has time to shave.
FRESNO TOYVEL CO 115 Thesta
For 21 drink that is refreshing and sweet.
For a lift that really is neat,
Drink Nehi each day,
And youlll surely say
That it is the best bottled treat.
NEHI 390 Safford
And now therels Fresno Motor Sales
The place of which there are manv tales.
Their building is hanneredg V
Their employeeys well mannereclg
So buy a ear there and hush your wails.
FRESNO MOTOR SALES
Van Ness and Ventura
lf you have a weakness for cake
But never have learned how to bake,
Then Lauek's is the place,
When the floor you do pace,
For food for your appetite's sake.
LAUCICS BAKERY 935
, J The
Class Of 1941
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Our reputation plus expert worknm
ship guarantees satisfaction
1940 Mariposa Street
Contractors and Dealers
Phone 3-2208 831 Fulton St.
If you desire to b
uild a house
o shelter man, or dog or mouse
just call the number
Cf the Valley Lumber
VVho'll fill the needs of maid or
H and Mono
FULTON STREET UO UMNE
on or off campus
'ltls From Bruelcnerls'
One Hundred Tfwenty-fifve
CORR , G SAFE-
Adequate Li h '
g ting Greatly
Better Light for
JOAQUIN PowER olvlslom
These fellows ar Ml
e i 1 ton and Dewight,
Their service is prompt and polite.
For a new home appliance
Ask Kramer's old clients
About any thing thatls in sight.
KRAlWER'S 13-H Fulton
These damsels '1
fre not in distress,
All they want is to buy a new dress,
At the Band Box-hot dogs!
They can get their new togs
At those prices all girls can say, yes.
BAND BOX 1215 Fulton
For business or school or for play,
A really good auto will pay.
Youlll thank your stars
They sell such cars
At the Rodman Chevrolet.
R DMAN CHEVROLET CO.
Van Ness and Tuolumne
For vitamins plenty, from A to C
Fresh milk is the food for you and me.
So put in your order
And youlre sure o'er the border
Of good health, by that Danish Creamery.
DANISH CREAMERY E and Inyo
F si ns that will shine like a moonbeam,
For colors that sparkle and gleam.
Hamlin's Neon signs
Are the best in all lines
Like our VVarriors sign, supreme.
HAMLIN NEON SIGN 1721 Van Ne
One Hundred Twenty-sevcfz
's 21 cute V
,oung girl named Mary-
VVho always dresses very Well.
She looks her best
VVhen she is dressed
ln the playsuits that Cooper's sell
lI0n't ruin your beauty toiling
Over wash tubs hot and boiling.
Dodge does it so nice
At so little a price
That Wash day blues you'll be f
DODGE LAUNDRY '
s Del Malr Roseg
So come out, jump right in, and be c
DEL MAR RO X
Go to Stillman'
s to quench your thirst.
ere-everyone tries to get there first.
They all push and shove and scream
To get those flavors of Borden's Ice
STILLMAN'S 2001 Van Ness Blvd.
One Hundred Tfwfnty-eight
Poor Betty and Jan
e are upset,
y don't know what to get l
With all things fine
On which to dine,
The Green Frog's s
EN FROG MARKET
2003 Van Ness Blvd.
930 N, Broadway
A couple of miles from the school,
Live some people that own a big pool.
They are the De Vaux's
And their pool'
d for hats that are grand,
' a hand.
W W-qu in
ot For suits an
Epstein's will take quite
Their service so nice is enough to
The shoppers always on hand.
'S 1137 Fulton
Seven Up will hit the sp
No matter if youlre cool or hot.
v and night
You will delight
ln drinking freely all youve g .
SEVEN UP 2012 Pearl
just hear how young Paula's heart sings
When she looks at those darling class
You'll find them galore
' .en's store
' ht on such things.
Where prices are rig
ERlKSEN'S JEWELRY 1
n a trip,
When going o
Take Virginia's smiling
By Greyhound ride,
Our driver's pride.
' d the bus a pip
GREYH USES, Ma
t is creamy and
For milk tha
d ink that's the chi
The Golden State ,
That's light, clean and airy
' -N 't bottled up right.
Two very wise Coeds are these
Perfect taste and hard to please.
But neither balks,
Once in Gottschalks-
They find their Wants with ease.
n and Kern
Bill and jack'
ie are really that way,
He should send her flowers each
Chimo-Oliver's flowers are grand,
For Bill we should give a big hand,
F ' V
or thats where he buys his, they
CHIMO AND OLIVER
A very smart fellow is ,loe
Who down to Frark B
1 eckett's did go.
He t k
oo his girl, lean,
And now she is keen
About the new Dozlges they show.
700 Van Ness
One Ilmzrlred Thirty
At Fashions the cleaners supreme,
A - ' - '
shirt or a dress is made clean
VVith prices just rightg
Your smiles will be bright
You'll say that it must be a dream.
F , .
ASHION CLEANERS 465 N. Fulton
For sodas or cokes or ai lunch,
Our VVarriors dash in a hunch
Across to KP,
VVhere service is free.
'I'hey'll soon go again, we've a hunch.
601 Blackstone 921 Flllflm
There is a young lady named Gail 4
VVho seldom if ever does fail
To answer the lure
Of a new manicure
When Roos Bros., works on a nail.
ROOS BROS. BEAUTY SHOP
ith his Millie one summer
On a date w
Kirk found it too hot to talk or to play.
But Patti's Ice Cream
Made everything seem
So pleasantly cool that they soon were
PATTI'S VELVET ICE CREAM
do their best
Parisian Cleaners will
To clean a coat, a shirt or vestg
So if you're in doubt
A stain will come out,
' 't Parisian who'll do the rest.
803 G Street
When hot and perspiring's the
And the breeze won't blow up a
Coca Cola's the drink
For refreshments, we think,
' an enjoy it to
And the family c
COCA COLA 905 R S
"' t dying to eat,"
VVhen you are Jus
'll find ir a very rare treat
To call San Joaquin,
Where there's to be seen
an not be beat.
Good bread that c
L and Los Angeles
'Ihere is one Radio Station on the air
Th ' '
at has good programs from every'
Local and foreign news,
Very good Sports Reviews,
And Special Events that feature coeds fair.
KARM 1340 On Your Dial
Now Cleo and Phyllis from High
Some furniture wanted to buy.
They cruised over town
And at Slater's sat downg
Their comfort they could not deny.
SLATER'S FURNITURE 906 Van Ness
One Hundred Thirty-lfwa
These pretty maids have lots to say
About the place they dined one dayg
lhey know that you '
VVill like it too,
For it's the Pleasanton Cafe.
N CAFE 1015 Broadway
If youtwant a car to catch people's eyes
And color, description or size, C
Sam Davidsonls lot
Should not be forgot-
The best bargains that our money buys.
SAM DAVIDSON 560 Broadway
If you have a stubborn spot of dirt
Embedded in a nice new skirt.
Please don't despair
Or tear your hair,
'Cause Capitol Cleaners will nothin hi
. g nrt.
CAPITOL CLEANERS 540 Belmont
San Francisco flowers
Are always right
For any occasion,
Day or night. 7
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Here we find our Dick. and Dot,
Enjoying El Rancho, their favorite
lf you build, and want a home
The Maisler Company's the first
MAISLER LUMBER COMPANY
Take your best girl,
If you want to rate her,
Down to the modern
Olive and Wishon
EL RANCHO .
Scare Highway 99 and Olwe
K1lHS1'yS for cards
Say Miriam and Pat.
And those that know
Agree with that.
KILNER'S 1335 Fulton
Broomstick skirts are now in style,
And that accounts for Jeannefs big smile.
They're just the thing
To wear this springg
So stop at Cahn's and shop a while.
CAHN'S 1328 Fulton
One Hundred Thirty-three
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jean is one
VVho wants to attest
That work done by Owl Cleaners
ls always the best.
OVVL CLEANERS 2951 Ventura
A thousand necessities
And even more-
Can be found at the
Tower Variety Szore.
T OVVER VARIETY STORE
At the Campus Confectionery
,lust across the street,
Bev and Georgia Kay
Can find lots to eat.
Marie likes milk, and Janice likes
No wonder proilucts from Borden s
make them beam.
H and Tuolumne
Stewart and Nuss
Are in great demand.
VVhen it comes to building,
Use their rock and sand.
STEVVART AND NUSS
For a maximum of learning
And a minimum of fees,
The place to study
One Hundred Tfzirty-four'
ls at the Four C's.
FOUR QS Fresno and I
Husky and strong and energetic
For of Sierra Creamery products
he's had his fill.
At the Collegiate you can be sure
Of the best in a new hair-do or
COLLEGIATE BEAUTY SHOP
2005 Van Ness Blvd.
just pay a visit to Vincent's store,
Where painting and papering's
VINCENT'S 306 Olive
If your hair seems hopeless,
WVhy don't you stop
Today at Lillian's
LILLIAN'S BARBER SHOP
Good service and good food make
If you havenlt tried it before this,
give it Zl test.
CHRISMANIS 1035 Olive
Marilyn and Virginia realize
That just over night
Naman's Cleaners can remove
All dirt from sight.
1055 Van Ness
If you're having a time
VVith a straggling mop,
Go, as these girls do,
To Hazel's Shoppe.
1434 North Van Ness
Bobbe and Betty Wonder
Who could Wish for more
Than this tiny radio,
Found at Gearha1't's Radio Sgore.
GEARHART'S RADIO STORE
Nan and Bobbe know,
As well as they might,
That they canlt go Wrong
On shoes from Neil White.
NEIL WHITE 1106 Fulton
At Connor's, after viewing
Each dress and formal,
Connie and Henri find
It hard to be normal.
CONNER'S 1350 Fulton
One Hundred Thirty-Fifve
After trying the Varsity We Sh0uldr1't blame Ruthie Palm Center Service has a For attractive furniture
Lunch for a snack, if she tries to stress fine reputation both regtful and gay,
Youlll be one of the many That she likes the flowers For the products sold and Pacific Furniture leads the
Who always come back. that are from the Van work done in their 353- way,
VARSITY LUNCH Ness. tion. PACIFIC FURNITURE
1477 North Van Ness VAN NESS FLORISTS PALM CENTER SERVICE 1417 Fulton
1867 Van Ness 1603 Palm
The prices at Potter's are
E ongzafulafions E
2 goof Ziff SL E
just ask anyone
At Haley's are found flow- Bookworms few and book-
not high powered. Whols ever been ers rareg worms many
No wonder these cameras The place to go No wonder Nancy's admir- At the Book Store you may
intrigue john and Howard. Is the Olive Inn. ing them there. save many a penny.
POTTER DRUG CO. OLIVE INN HALEY'S FLORIST FRESNO BOOK SHOP
1102 Fulton 1138 North Van Ness 905 VV. Belmont 1359 Fulton
0116 Hundred Thirty-.fix
Walter Byde Company Ltd.
EASY PARKING SPACE-
EASY ON YOUR PURSE
I3 3'l Fulton St.
l 122 N. Fulton
Telephone 3-425 5
Complete Apparel for Men and Women
Deferred Accounts Invited
RELIABLE SHOE STORE
THE AKI COMPANY
1427-29 TULARE STREET
IO45 Fulton Tel. 3-5144
We carry a complete stock of DR. W. W. I E
Waterman Pens and Eastman Kodaks ORTHODONTIET
S 1402 Pacific Southwest Building
1921 Mariposa Tel- 3'66l7 Telephone 29310 Fresno, California
Largest Stock of Bicycles in the Valley
CALIFORN IA'S FINEST
833 Broadway Phone 3-5621 AND HIS ORCHESTRA
of MASQUERADE COSTUMES AND WIGS
, FOR RENT
S 1420-22 Fulton Street Tel. 2-9217
Sanitary Phone 2-7443
TRY OUR WlLSON'S CONFECTIONARY
JAPANESE STYLE DISHES
FUJIMURA CAFE 915 E Street CANDY, FOUNTAIN, AND RESTAURANT
Compliments of Compliments of
CAKE SHOPPE and DELICATESSEN
Tel. 2-3164 1219 Wishon Ave. 1932 Echo Ave' Phone 24215
Cvmplimenfs of Kebo Electric Co.
One Hundred Thirty-.wzfven
AND LOTS OF LUCK
TO THE CLASS OF '41
I-Ioman 81 Co.
.Everything that Boys and Young I I95 Van Ness Phone 3-3233
MCH WCEIIH Fresno
1355 Fulton Fresno
' Phone 2-4832
S. Hennn Al A1 h .
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PHONE 3-23l I l507 KERN ST.
Fruits, Vegetables, Groceries
2024 Tulare Street
Castle and Hayter
Corner of Kern Sport Shoes Dress Shoes
ancl F Street Telephone 2-45 I 5 1049 Van Ness
5lEi?DlE2l:3JARTERS X BEACH OR MOUNTAINS
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SHEET MUSIC I SPORT OR FORMAL
PIANOS-RADIOS F or Quality
BAND INSTRUMENTS 1
Everything Musical 'gf X C
MUSIC Co. Stewart Cleaners
I254 Fulton Street 1465 N. Van Ness
Index to Advertisers
Aki Co, ,,,,.,,,.,..,,, 137 Homan 85 Co ...,,,....,.,..e,,.,.,.,...,,,,, 138
Alchian, Alex ...e, 138 Justesen's ........,...............e,....A,.e.e.,.., ,,7,,,,, 1 21
Band Box Y,,,..,,,,.,.e.,...,A,... 126 Kamiyama, Frank Photo Studio ,,,,, ,,A,,,,, 1 37
Beckett's, Frank .,,.,.,.Y.................,. ...,,,, 1 30 KARM ...,.....,..,7............,.,,..,..... 132
Better Buy Wholesale Grocery ,,,.... ....... 1 22 Kebo Electric Co ...,1....... 137
Boi-den's Dairy ,,,,....,,,,,.,,,,..,...e.,,., ....... 1 34 Kilner's Stationery Store ,.,,, 133
Boys' Store ,r7,,.,..,.,.... 138 Krameris Appliance ,... 126
Broadway Cyclery ,,,,ee. 137 Kut Price ...,,,.w..,., 130
Bruckner's .,.......,.,.,., 125 Lauck's Bakery ,.,........, i,,,,,r,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 2 4
Burn's Hair Store. 137 Leslie, Dr. VV. W .,...Y...,....l,.,,,,...,..,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 37
Byde's, Walter 137 Lilli2lI1's Barber and Beauty Shop ,,i,,,,r,,,,r1,,, ,135
Cahn's ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 133 Maisler Lumber Co .,,,r,,,,,,r,,,,,,,r77,,,,,,, 1,,,,,7, 1 33
Capitol Cleaners ..,,.......... 132 Naman's Cleaners 135
Campus Confectionary ,,aY.... ,,r.r,...,.,.,,,.,.r,.... 1 34 Nehi Bottling .......... r,,,.,,,, 1 23
Castle 81 Hayter Shoe Store ......,,........,.,,,,,.,... 138 Nielsenls Jewelry ,v...,.. 120
Central California Commercial College ,,,,.,.. 134 Neil White 85 Co .,..,,... r,.Y,,,,, 1 35
Chimo 55 Oliver Floral ,,,.a,,aa,,...r,,.,..,..,,,,..,,,... 130 Olive lim ..,f............, 136
Chrismanls .,...,,,..,,....,.,,,,.,.. ,......,..,,,..,,....,,,a 1 35 Owl Cleaners ..w.....w........, 134
Coca Cola ,,r,,,,,,,r,,,,i,.,,, 131 P21CifiC Furniture C0 .......,.,,.. 136
Coffee, Harry e.,,,,,...,u.,..,,,,,,,,....,,.. ...,l,. 1 36 Pacific GHS 55 Electric Co ...,, 126
Collegiate Beauty Shop ,,,. o,,,,,r,,,,,,,, ........ 1 3 4 Palm Center Service .,.....,..,,,, 136
Connor's Infant 85 Juvenile
Shop ,,,,,,... ...,,,.
Cooper's .......,,,..........,..............,.,..,a,. ,,t.,.,.
Crocket Bros. .iii....... . ,..,.,,,.,.,,, ...... , .
Danish Creamery ..,..
Davidson, Sam ,,,,.,.,...,,
Del Mar Rose Pool v.,,,, ..
Dodge Laundry .,,,..,,,,.
Electric Construction Co .c,c,
El Rancho .,,.,......,..
Fashion Cleaners ...ica
Fresno Book Shop .,...,...i,
Fresno Home Builders ....,
Fresno Motor Sales ,,c,..c,,,,,,,
Fresno Republican Printery ,c,,
Fresno 'Towel Co .,...., ,...
Fujimura Cafe ......,,...,,
Gearhartis Radio Store c,c,
Golden State Dairy ..,,,.,
Green Frog Marlcet ..,,,,..
Greyhound Lines ,,,..ic,.
Haley's Flower Shop ..,....
Hamlin Neon Sign Co ..,,,,,
Hazel's Shoppe ,.....,.,,,,....,
Henmi, S. Co ..........,..,,,,,,t
High School Marlcet ,,...,c,,t
Hockett Cowan Music Co. ,,Y...
Parisian Cleaners ,,,,..,,t,,,,V,,,i,,V, ,V
Pattils Velvet lce Cream Co ...it...
Pleasanton Cafe ,,,,,,,,..,tv,1,,,1
Potter Drug Co ........rsr,,,,
Reliable Shoe Store ,...,,,,,,,,,
Rodman Chevrolet Co .,,.,.s,
Roos Bros. ,,,,,,.,,1,,iiii,i,,,,,,,, ,
Roos Bros. Beauty Shop ...,,,,
Sam's Re-Nu-All ,,,,,,,,,,,,
San Francisco Floral .....,,,...
San Joaquin Baking Co ...ss.
Seven Up ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.iii,i,
Sierra Creamery ..,..,,s,,,,
Slater's Furniture Co ......
Smith, 'Tommy ,,.,..,..,,.
Stewart Cleaners ,,t,.,,,,,i,
Stewart and Nuss, Inc s,,.
Stillman Drug Co ...,,..
Tower Cake Shoppe ...,., Y
Tower Theater ...,...,,,
Tower Variety Store .,,.
Valley Lumber Co .......,
Van Ness Floral Co .,,......, ,
Varsity Lunch Room ,s..,....
Warner Jewelry Co ..,.t,,c.
West Fresno Drug Co .,.,.,..,,
W1lson's Confectionary ,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,ii,,,,,i,,,,,
One Hundred Thirtyvzine
One Hundred Forty
MR. NED L. BROVVN
Fresno Republican Printery
MR. HERB SILVIUS
Silfvius and Schoenbackler Qcofversj
MR. LYLE RENNICK
Lyle Rennick Studio
MR. PAUL HAMILTON
Fresno Bee Engraving
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