Fresno High School - Owl Yearbook (Fresno, CA)

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DANN Superintendent of Schools Assistant Sul y V A Assistant Superintendent ik E Y E ,VV J, E - f i.- ML ,M UM ff -L "f -- T. A!! , 'flu 2 5----- , w L..........2........ MJT ffl, W -.. ...---...---- -------- A ' A ' I ati- -'-"""' y!U,ff,,4fMV ii' jf W P T'-7 , A ,f L Fre Wy, X is ,ew ,,,, Ad 'EQfH6,5S i.L'5 s 'ifok J. C. TROMBETTA " Assistant Superintendent 'ii' 3 OR ' BOARD OF EDUCATION-- QT und, Margaret Rcbinsan, George Turner, Dean James Malloch, Geraldine Wheele L -7 .. I og .Q Wynn I', -- 1 FERNE D. FARVER WAYNE L. HENDERSON GEORGE C. HOLSTEIN Deon of Girls Vice-Principal Principal WW ' ,lg ' ZW Clf 5 ' QU ' W I n 4 r f MM ffrifwfw' Adlgli istra pbvu n H I I I P n I SQA' Emo v. HIGGINS Registrar MICHAEL THAYER, HOLLY HOWSMON BERNICE OLNEY, JACK MULKEY Counselors Counselors 6' F BRI ' ' U' Xb -lun 'f 523 n-uruz-, L, FaCuI'cy Q L TREVA GOTTHARDT, ofIendC1r1Ce clerk, EVELYN STERIOS, secretory, DORA ROSSI, financial secretory. MARVIN HINKLEY, English, ELLINOR BROWN, science, ESTHER I . MILLER, English, MENINA DIASS, mathematics, FRANK GONDER, IQEQQEETEVOIf,I,g,f,f3m'I.JIg,CS'T'OQIQeE"Qf,1jE'R IIIEEE Smence' FOE, history. 'M in A f- U O I KATHLEEN BARNES, Science, JACQUELINE COLTER- JOHN, English, FRANCES ROGERS, SpOr1isI1, MARY , JO KIMBALL, French. ' KATHERINE VANONCINI, home economics, ROBERT SOULE, English, GENEVIEVE SMITH, Englushg NICHOLAS BONDOC, ' , scuence. in Q v- . awiag. 5' U-www 5 Q-ff 3, x v", 3 A , I V Egg if at-,, fo vi 'X .. f ik A Faculty + -6 3, aga- MARGARET ROPOLO, Er1gII',Iwg MARIETTA DE CARISTO, social science, EVELINE MOODY, soclal bclence. I-IAZEI. TUCKER, Soanrblwj DAVID METZLER, social bclenccg WILLIAM SCIIALLENBERG, Englmshg SHERMAN I-IEWITT, radlo shop. PAT TYLOR, physical cclucatlong NADINE NICHOLS, physical educatxon. MEL PETERSON, scierwceg RAY MQCARTI-IY, Qoclgl gglence, CHARLES ARNOLD, plwwcy ALBERT SWANSON, Sparush. I I FaCuIty Q3 I. . ir, A, , X , 'tQfI"f 12 ' . K xy ,J r' ,jjr " I wt , O I , , ' I IULIE JOHNSON, mothemotucsg LILA HARRIS, shorthand, VERNON WALKER, scncncc, DHILIP HUFFMAN, Engltsh, AILEEN ELLIS, Englashg iLIZABETI-I WILEY, Lotm, LOUISE I-IAZELTON, Englnsh VERNINA PARR, phy-,tcol educottong CHARLES PHILLIPS Zhcmistry, MERLE MARTIN, mcrchurtninsmg, ERVVIN GINSBURG director of othlcttcs, ALBERT LAWLESS, physxcol cducotnon, FLORENCE DALEY, zhystcol cducuttcm, JOE KELLY, phyatcul cducotnort. V,-JV , u .V V I ! A . Y 7 ,'.,l"f?L3- - : ' L ,Zim 1 REB 1 fn 'WH M " E ,0- 1 'XA Nw gr Ar Oi' A nn Berlin iz' 'WF C' UAF? -959 Yi 5. kr! 4 I Don Sum Boqhosian Barbara B rder Reber? Borqes Hopalong Cassidys and Calamity Janos always turn out for the annual P ,TA Barn Dance an Frantuers Day. Mike . 3, . xxx Yu. C Brinker U15 elen Brofhers lloberf Q fl.. 5- T Travis x 50" ?'4FF"f Mary Cayrsfei S lla Norma Glenda Chess xi! X arbara Childers Vernon Chong Joan QQ sf7 fm A11 -ff-1 -.I A, Dennis Classic Carole Clofhier 'vw 1Z""'?' James Collison 5 Frances Cone nf :Jil Noel Coword's "Blithe Spirit" provides on evening ot fun ond thrills os the Closs of '51 presents its junior ploy. Larry Clanci P13 The dromotuc hugh pount of eoch year is the sensor closs ploy The Clcss of '51 presents The Stronger o heovf wormmg comedy dromo 'I ix Bill Cunliffe v 4' 2 4, 6 Lucy DeLuTorrc if x, 1? NP -4 Nick X 4 1 6-.4 Sn S... ' - SW' g Q 1.1 ip bn X Pai Ellis Emin- Nancy Sue Evans .MSE-X 1, i if E To roise money for the Junior-Senior Prom, every junior closs stoges o corn- ivol. The penny throw is o populor feature of the Closs of '51 edition, K' st""' Ronnie 'UP hum. I 3 5' .VJ R g, J r f Ferrell Anita Fisher Marilyn Fisher x Dick Fourchy hmm In-.Ap I-lnl. lf...-A n....--.n..u- :..:... li-- fL-ll-4... I.--4.6 IL-AIA Ind flnlq 5 W i 5 sf Z , -:riff ,. 'fl 4 3 ' ' f r i Qi , Q ? f Don L -as -Yr -, I Ml' Jane? Hadsall xr Duane Hall! Gushnfso CICI E' HY Hernandez 1 Pal' nven 'CII' Clarice Jarvis Jensen 'wi Jergenson Beverly ,, zxfsw.. dan ir- Johnson Dean Johnson f J 5' f i Diane Kassis W? QQ,-g,,.v f .fpewif As juniors, the Class of '51 girls pre- pare to serve the 1950 seniors and their parents at the annual Senior Tea. Howell leverly J Er Ann Closs of '51 boys, assuming o junior class responsibility, set The stage for Boccolourecte. .f Ink Ami Knowles Nubar Kricoriun Pufsy Garion Mary Siokes Kuhl 'Nr TE?" W! f BeNy Kuuplu 1 , i f 1 S Qi , f 5 'in S -, -u ,Iii L x 'fl I B I i J ii i i- VXCXXJ fl ki. i Ray Kellner Harry KelIy,Jr. b bv if Don 17 xg? NN 'A Adrian Lake if:- fs E 4' Lexan Marian Lesfer Louise Lawns Lufona Puff Louderbqgk Marie Lowmun Arfhur Lea Dorllnt 5 Frances Lihen Mary Loclxller i rin: H Mil Mooradlan Vnrqlnla Morales Lols Morgan Michael Morgen John iv X- Q Q...- JQ6 Panlurino vi". Y 1. .Jw Karl Peddy 1 L L. wma, , ,W No Marlene Pimenfel Puccmi Z? ,5 Barbara Roberis xr 1 Joan Ronnie Roush r .V-,,, Eddie Savoy Marie Sculercia Jean Scheidf 'ix 1. 'Q 1 3. gl ,, it kyyk ,. W 5 . J s., Zi . I K- W ,Wai W A X ' A 1 J ,H I + lab Schulenberg Norman Jackie Serbia:-+1 'viii msg, I if gl If A ' 5 . . Melvin Shank Mickey Shea Jackie Shebeluf ix 5 if f 'X 3' A if . V' wav' If Jackie Quihh Tom Ready n Repa ?,-rx Pele Rokas William B. 1. -1 Roysion Maxine Gail Saunders ,jf Class of 'Sl girls make their doisy chains, which ore carried traditionally by junior girls os ci port of every com- mencemenf. xi P . P. Smifh Bob Smlfh Joe Smlih Smlfh Nun N x u . .xy D The chain of daisies owoifs its cue to begin the never-to-be-forgotten com- mencement processionol, S . -'J Doro0hy Silva 5 Q51 lcverly Smiih if K . is Dick Smiih C.. 39S""" ' F ,P ,W ,M 5' if '-.. U ' A., 'Mu Jum L. A , if if Twp -1 6 Ransome Smnh Jack Sommers Jane Sommer ack Soronno fy-u-1.4 D. Sfupp if ' N X fi ui .L Sfay Merle Shih June Sfephan X Ann Shwerf Every prom hos its queen The press dent of the class of '51 crowns her Majesty Marilyn Wright Queen ofthe 1950 prom. '-V 5 Margaret Taylor -'n x t Q 5, OWQFS qv Q J Jacqueline Wollerw, JM-.., - 1 Slephen Wang Joan Warren Jonef Wofson Warne Wufson Gen Margol Elise Wells 'No 9 l, 'xv 1 ' 'jx 112, ,a 'A 1, .f x " T- , A l.oVonne Weyunl Berf Whlfe Wilkins Ruin Wick Dennis Wighlmun Joan ' if' ' QW- 'tis ,ll 1 le 1 N Top sociol event of every yeor is the Junior-Senior Prom. Using the Theme "Moonlight ond Roses," the Closs of 'Sl presented one of the most success- ful proms in years. if-l Sian Wilson 3? L. ewel Starting a new tradition, Fresno High students give card stunt displays during the halfetime intermissions at a Fresno home game, Seniors Without Pictures Jean Bartlow John Bowers Albert Bruce Donna Christy Donald Dick John Duncan Marilou Fleshrnan Norman Foley Mark Hamett Kenneth Hansen Richard Heikka Sharol Johnston Beverly Kaliher Donald Kelly Harold Lamb Winston Moody Donald Morse Dick Nalchajian Carl Neilson James Ragle Donald Renna Raymond Schroeder William Spaulding Richard Stine Raymond Struble Paul Webb Richard Warner Jack Witt Robert Worrell ,af ,w - W' f ,. , 0 7 -3 'Hee K l Co-captains of the l95O traditional Big-Little Game, Jay Summerhays and Wallace McCarthy, exhibit the Little Brown Pig which is once again in the possession of Fresno High School. 'i., l"V ,,, A Q A M sex' Jar!! YF' SPONSORS Hazel Tuckvr 0mlWlllrorv1 Schollcnbcrg. FALL OFFICERS Cl fi Janet Hodsoll, historian, Garry Clark, treasurer, Alon Lubic, presidentg Glenda Chess, secretory. ass 0 1951 SPRING OFFICERS Furs! rfvwi Larry Green, treasurer, Charles Eros, pre5idcnI, Jock Soronno, vice-president, Second mw1 Mormon Lester, commissioner of sociol oftours, Jockse Wolters, secretory, IU L7 SPONSORS Bruce McCartea and Eileen Ellis, FALL OFFICERS First row: Wilma Dupuy, commissioner of social affairs, 1 f Dixon Howard, president. Second row: Ward Zelharf, 0 treasurer, Roxie Bell, secretary, Gloria Wimer, historian, Anita Scalercio, vice-president. SPRING OFFICERS First row: Donna Ryan, commissioner of social affairs, Roxie Bell, treasurer, Wilma Dopuy secretory. Second row: Jim Palmer, president, Dick Kylberg, vice-president. i il, f 'U 11: 3 'li 2 1 J--4 I 2 N PT lxw Q' ' 1 ...J P V u.,f as-'QF' yt- X First row: Manoian, Price, Ruse, Downey, Angelo, Swanson, Havner, Keim, Curtis, Archibald, Second row: Kilgore, Fish, Moin, Wenter, Exl-lenry, Burney, Barnett, Hubbell, Von Stone. Third row: Jennings, Colburn, Stokes, Oldershaw, Baker, Pearson, Minugh, Zelhart. First row: Howard, D. Scates, Needley, Parley, Morey, Nalchajicm, Mclntosh, Boker, Albertz, S, Scates. Second row: Gurrola, Hale, Redman, Buklica, Crawford, Decker, Padgett, Spencer, Ayakian, Third row: Bedrosion, Dreggs, Reynolds, Nielson, Cedric, Eichelberger, Litten. l u First row: Sanches, Brothers, Anderson, Aubery, Hance, Erickson, Booch, Klum. Second row: Braley, Shulkey, Cromwell Christos, Giannopoulos, Jones, Milhchn. Third row: Howard, lndendi, McCoy, Esparza. ,X J ,J 4 F t ow' Essley, Bowling, Kernple, Gnorlbor, Schroeder, Avokion, Boker, Calhoun, Zwetzig Second row: Beebe, Brotcher, urs r Sullrvon, Walker, Jessup, Benzler, Srnnth Thnrd row: Gustafson, Elmosuon, Hoydostlon, Wlsner, Lowe, Neighbors, Schorton, Morrclli, pi 1 Culley, Coors Second row. Morgan, Covonogh, Dupuy, Fnrat row More, Domron, Lohcmos, Goldberg, Thorpe, Koy, Buleloorv, ' ' l. Third row: Crossland, Mutclwell, Hull, Edwards, Boker Hell, French, Slelnhouer, Wollert, Antonuou, Workmon, Burg ora Dorman, l"lUlJOCl4, Globenfelt, C:ews. ?s H k L ns Bo Myers Gronthorn McClung Biggerstoff Genduso Nelson Second row: Keosheyon, Molkon, First row omruc , Cw , pp, , , , , , , lohonscn, Leslie, Errlrnon, Wooclfnn, Hilton, Gongh, Smufh, Thnrd row: Brllyorzl, Wotson, Avedlon, Estlll, Olsen, Scheidt, Totrnon. E ff' A 4 , K g.. 5 8, -al SPONSORS Louise Hazelton and Paul Cayori. FALL OFFICERS First row: Wimer, president, Barstod, treasurer. Second row: Burris, historian, Taylor, commissioner of social Cl f affairs, Fairchild, secretary, Scarbrough, vice-president. SPRING OFFICERS Woodward, treasurer, Beeson, vice-president, Tapper, historian, Ryan, president. First row: Wolters, Sudduth, Austin, Loikem, Monroe, Swonson, Kavanagh, Hinkel, DeVelder, Robertsen. Second rowi n, Smith, Andrews, lyerson, Bailey, Schwartz, Butler, Gray, Dc-Butch, Third row: Griffith, Furr, Brewer, Aronstein, Morse, French, Morsella, Wimer, Benneyon. Pearso ,-J -'M First row: Butler, Robinson, Show, Trombetto, Leyden, Fox, Worner, Young, Stine, Rodgers. Second row: Hogrefe, Rennick, Ganiots, Jcpsen, Gorton, Coyle, Pierson, Heintz, Withrow, Billot, Third row: Copriolo, Kiespert, Tote, Dorgon, Cobb l-lendsch, Powell. .rim - ' , " l Q 'sa a 5 A rx First row: Peterson, Berlin, Edrninster, Nyelond, Moore, Cobb, Hobson, Cottet, Lewis. Second row: Wore, Biggie, Robey Marston, Taylor, Cozle, Scott, Hcyhurst, Trornbetto. Third row: Comer, Couey, Arnold, Wordlow, Roy, Winter, Jockmon , I J X sa 1 ' H X, v K l n'N V9 'I X.. v ,, I I r Fri First raw: Arriaga, Sprague, Compton, Brown, Hansen, Crosson, Richards, Warner, Johnson, King, Second row: Hulst, Liscano, Carter, Scarbrough, Cecil, Buckingham, Linderman, Shuey, Barker, Third row: Cole, Hall, Meeks, Tyner, Greenamyre, Butler, Moushigian, Thaxter, Gennuso. 1 l ,,.,, First row: Hersh, Cornelius, Wilson, Robeson, Esposito, Josephine, Marsh, Chandler, Sosso, Second row: Kelly, Byers, Pearson, Jarvis, Armstrong, Magee, Fuller, Rogle, Third row: Green, Diel, Eaton, Moore, Bridges, Martin, Thompson, Leininger. my I ' ' in ' Q ls "' 4 ' Q-. f ,fx if r'l " ,,, . X ' ' H 2 , tg sf. First row: Langenwalter, Inaba, lrwin, Church, Stephenson, Thorpe, Joyal, Green, Tancredy, McKenzie. Second row: Amundsen, Hartley, Janelle, Bradfield, Williams, Waldo, Deming, Gilio. Third row: English, Hunsaker, Vind, Miller, Foraker, Lloyd, Henricksen, Caswell. Hobbs. Second row: Lockhart, Hebert, First row: Morris, Kopp, Crow, Shelburne, Dorney, Pipes, Looney, Renning, Johns, Warren, Evans, Sumner, Haar, Seaver, Keith, Tapper, Martina, Kallmann, Ryan, Woodward, Dehnert, Ellis, Horstrnan, Rocha, Young, Brodersen, Bailey, Gardner, Lima. Biggers, Third row: 'fl ' f I7 First row: Dunkin, Messick, Bowman, Allen, Will, Ochs, Hupp, Jordana, Julk, Davidson, Grace, Second row: Fura, Guynn Hart, Poole, Kleerup, Steiner, Scheidt, Miller, Vietti, Rutherford, Third row: Grey, Foster, Baxter, Ghorrnley, Berg, Williams Chitiion. 'C W, it ,. - A 1 ' v 'iw .X F, 'P' I'-Q "' T", l- " ki If: 5' i .fi ii First row: Croft, Coley, Garner, Morris, Bri, nt, Fairchild, Johnson, Bizielf, Crawford, Field. Second row: Rogers, Bier, Knisley, Pollcnlicrqcr, Maynard, Coullains, Bas' ., Reynolds, Sailing, Wright. Third row: Speed, Lindegren, Sellers, Wenig, Kil- patrick, Halverson, Baker. 5 -v . I ..,: , -,,.. 3 T' 1 an Ziff if ,Aix 141 i x 5 7 - I w ,K--c '7 ,ij Q! 0 r s .Z 5 'f I ,, 'fl I 9 fu I ,, -.I ,KQV . - 5' ws, ,ig n N.. ff' ff A 'iff Q , JY -,J n 1 W fvm Q .25- First row: Thomas, Simon, Brunskill, Camp, Hollister, Arbuckle, Anderson, Carey, Beeson, Flanagan. Second row: Sweet Baker, Aved, Akers, Arnold, Cherrie, Dermer, Durham, Third rowi VanDoorn, Schmidt, Wakefield, Winther, Waters, Roy: Fischer, Wriaht, Cooeland. Eg First raw: Phillips, l-latfield, Pecora, White, J, Watson, Noorigian, Owen, Painter, Fuller, Limberakas. Second raw: Rosen- lnerger, Tipton, Worrell, B, Watson, Jacobsen, Reid, Scheid, Nicholson. Third row: Ryle, Taylor, Jacobs, Carl, Rosenberger, Reynolds, Rogness, McClure, Rines. First raw: Gimbarti, Maniscalco, Gillespie, Creighton, Clifton, Beaubier, Graham, Marsoobian, Giza-rian. Second rowg Petroni, Kinoian, Antoyan, Peterson, Parker, Chine-llo, Wendel, Third row: Kniveton, Shrum, l-lill, Landers, Camplin, Perez. i A FALL OFFICERS First raw: Ryan, vice-president, Schwarz, sec- retary, Second row: Borstad, commrssioner of social affairs, Cottrell, president, Helms, treasurer. Class of 1954 SPRING OFFICERS First rawi Hickman, treasurer, Doyle, commissioner of social affairs. Second row: Gagle, vice-president, Morrison, president, Stone, secretory. SPONSORS Holly Howsmon and Michael Thayer Z First row: Coulter, McDougald, Barker, Lang, Bizieff, Berkholtz, Wang Antoyan, Valentino, Oliva Second row: Stoars, Baley, Hendsch, Freeland, Lackey, Allar, Doll, Mertz, Manuel, Parker. Third row: McCone, Faulkner, Kinkade, Kishen, Earnest, Wagner, Mayer, Scambray, Price, Prngs. ,Y First rowi Jones, Newell, Tufts, Moore, Jewett, Maxwell, Koymjian, Williams, Wilson, Mehelic, Second row' Spears Martin Perrish, Rigg, Rafn, Thomas, Myers, Zarcone, Negin, Third row: Minkkinen, Morrison, Spomer, Price,- Judy, lMarston, Lamkin, Minugh. 89:1 R First row: Surfield, Kiraly, Lewis, Jantz, V, Stevenson, Graff, Nance, L. Smith, Rothkow, Mitchell, Second raw: Noel, Jacob- sen, Mottola, Looper, Roberts, Malkos R S f d W lff ' ' ' - R, Stevenson, Mueller, Shannon, , yan, on or, u . Third row. Mulhern, Austin, Murray, Murphy, Newman, 'Tx -4 First row: D. Serpa, Isbell, Libby, Moore, Sckrall, Rowland, Wagte, J, Serpa, Seibert, Smith. Second row: Rayne, Redman, Spocy, LaRue, Wynkoop, Snow, Thull, Snowden, Gagle, Third row: Schwartz, Parker, Pieper, Larson, Pewthers, Reeves, McCoon. 1 ,ag ? J fa If 55" ,J 'fi :iff M 5 51 IW if .5,,.3'. gr 3 tc .Yr 'Vw E . ,K .Ill 'S' Q 5 u R Ni 4 MAYLENE WON?. MARGARET TAYLOR Vice-President 'yix Secretary NJ! lu -'F 'A WMC ii VERNON CHONG ,Q sf MQ President XF I i . XPAMX' X mb , if iw, E 1I'51dgE'1t,BOdj' fel, gl., ithlto V, ' JJ .Q -,Mi ii-is J i M, ,li Q, li, M L, E LQSXEMMEER OFFICERS r fqxxy. X, gl-f If ' fx ,xl Q ,gif F Qi, Wy ' ix xxx L' K XA ,L Wx. if ,Rf Eg KAREN ADAMS A K LN" Commissioner of Social Affairs .du MV 'X G ,-'f f , . BILL CUNLIFFE " 0,-1 ammissioner of Finance and Awards Hd i it li APPCINTED EX-COMMITTEE Wimer, Kay Fairchild, Warren Cottrell, Ca Flo Ron ld Gi li N n Ev D res, a g o, a cy ans, on K lbe Dick Stantord Mack Bras, Phil Y 'Qi l , Ann Kleerup, Clyde Coombs. Allan Lubic, Glenda Chess, Dixon Howard, Roxie Bell, Chuck rolyn Schartz, Joan f, f MEMBERS Opperman, Dick Bock, Jim Moller, QB MCPARLAND DOUG HEISINGER Commisgoner of Debate Commissioner of Athletics M. ,w J' 4 "'Q...n ' PATTI PAGE DON PETERSON JAY SUMMERHAYS Secretary Vice-President President Student Body SPRING SEMESTER OFFICERS SALLY JERGENSON Commissioner of Social Alfa IY5 JOAN MURRAY Commissioner of Publications APPOINTED EX-COMMITTEEE MEMBERS Charles Broe, Jackie Walters, Jim Palmer, Wilma Dupuy, Mayo Ryan, Peggy Melville, Neil Morrison, Carolyn Stone, Clyde Coombs, Ronald Giglio, Karen Adams, Don Opperman, Jack Soranno, Joan Wilcox, Alan Addicott, Clyde Workmon, Mike Boughton, Ann Kleerup, Kenneth Dunn, Maylene Wong, Jim Moller, Bill Rogeri, Vernon Chong f Wflk ALLYN MCCARTNEY ARTHUR oomos nbl ff Comrnisaioncr of Athletics Commissioner of Debate X Lal V l , . ,. .A MQW. N W i Vx., . - V' 'f-135-'li' Zlfifli lf all - V 54, 7 , if fl' LJ MJ llw, 7 On Blossom Doy the gurls toke thear beoux don B Formal ottnre us one of the hrghleghfs of the fashion show F? JOVUQ of foshfo N19 models fake Um C for the l decorale me Stage ' s Nnbmowb guqssembw' BlasS0m DOY Quay? 1? i TC. laufeo CCC :YS for BO F ve Qlrls modex Su l Hello-tag sellers make a uale to oblrgrng males. l -n - Glrls nn thenr Sprung dresses and bo 5 in th ' y err cotton shirts Cmoy the annual Blonom Day Dance, f .2--, q iw h ,AR R ' . -L77 5 ' Fi! x 'x , . 4, 1 1 w ' . MOdeI5 Q Y dresses We O Col M sz.. ffl 4 Orful dis . an -f:5ff':f ploy of Blossw Om DO " V Summ portant in the worm weather wardrobe of the high school girl, er sport clothes are all im 'ffl 'lin X, .. S.. -5 I il xx Cowpokes from the wild and wooly West ridc ogoin. Horse ond rider prepare To lump the hurdle for the horse show on Frontner Dov. 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The Pep Girls Donna Ryan, Ursula Boulton, Margaret West. gfwf mlfllylvllll viii' 'T 'fffffrrrrff L , 1.-E--w.,-... i U , -. .Q , .Q an L by Y ,. ,gfQ:,: 5 , 1.5"-ffm , ' 1-,, . .1'g,'F9- JIT'-' ' xi nf 'H-ii: . .tug-1 9, 5 '..,.'. s The Fresno Hrgh School Band The Pep Girls Bernadette Fries, Lois Puqsley, Duana Coates. -Q ' lf,-THQ ' r 4 1 The Yell Leaders Diane Nelson, Ann Norton, Jeanne Hapgood, Kane Seaver, Dot Strange. Panel: Amocker, Jewell, McParland, Morgenstern, Gonos. D9l3Clf9"SZ Sffelffofd, 5lmf'f1S, GOVUGTS, YGDKGY, C0015 Bedrosian. Keith Jewell: Extemporaneous speaking, debate, radio. 03' I ' debate 'hackers Ext J Sf77DOFOl-geous National Forsenslc League Members: Myers, Jewell, McFarland, Morgenslern, Mack, Ray, Tipton, Gonos, Amacker, Johnson, Gluek. Speqliirgg 1 Orofor V, Speech unnor Red Cross Red Cross workers make decorations for the Veferons Hospital for Flag Day. i ' '1--dai-sun-Lf haah- mi- 'rr-2.1 hivfsarnu:'R-l'J2Hi1nfI' J iff' .-'Eid' -'wi I Pl'eSlCl6Flf pflffl Page Irv Rogers helps "Girl of the Year," Suzanne Breckenridge, sort clothes in the absence of "Boy of the Year," Jim Smith. Girls work on o Red Cross Christmas project. gr 4 , E A 4 ,Q F M, , 1 'i b X Y 'g -,Jig V 'W if ' 1 1 is '- aa PM ri L., G V,, A I iw ' ,lx E ,gf ,:,, h Q F, M gg?- E ivfiii s 5 if-, , i ., 53 Wag ' , , 1 x A g i I L iff - Y K' N. A fsif . i I s 4 1 , 3 x fm . 4' ' V Ain PUnPu5feom K , .. Wd -a CLAIMS CAN BE'llMli iN ggmons -JUNIOR-9 mow 1 nu. womans omcf X ANV nv. .-. .man , .Z 0 A J N , 'Q 5,- . , , x mqw Y 1 YI rs on LL 1 ltr mwlxi-wx I Yu ILL P11 mud' xi xurmW1 CJMUI Chlvf Jud x n- 1 'V 1 1 Q X X N 9 M F'lv 1, 1, pn, 4 nfs. . VA. ' I", 'As M5 'n Bilnw: , , I 0 Slove girls prcpore to entertoln members ot o Club function, ,.,, uid unc Romons recline to feost ot the onnuol Roman lgonqiiet First row: Arbuckle, Grilione, F, Henkel, J, Henkel, lnobo, Blokeley, l-lellerich, Creighton, Ehlers, Griffin, Forrester, Essley Second row: Gionnopoulos. Davidson, Bentson, Greenfield, Greene, Fox l-lersh, Hills, Dupuy, Bigge, Horton Third row Chong, Fronscini, Gennuso, Fries, Bollmer, Boiley, Breckenridge, Coates, Cottet, Frohow, Biggers. Fourth rowi Glueck, Duel, J Dorgczn, Honey, Chitjion, Conley, Cobb, Doane, M, Dorgon, v 15.4 Ns 'ln H Cl gb First row: Jontz, Manuel, Stephan, M. Peterson, D. Smith, Nance, Shirk, Louderback, Wilcox, B, Woodward, Sullivan, Second row: Jacobson, Lewis, J. Woodward, Jessup, Jergenson, J. Murray, Quibell, P. Peterson, Taylor, Mack. Third row: Madsen, McCartney, A. Klcerup, Vawter, Steiner, Scheidt, J, Kleerup, Lindemon, Schwarz, Nordholm, Wiley, sponsor. Fourth row: Nic-luon, Rorldcr, Winter, Schulenberg, Morrelli, Thompson, Pierson, D. Murray, Fifth row: Scholl, R,.Smith, Moeller. Sacred bread is broken at o Roman wedding. uid unc K l Club officers compile the agendo forthe coming year Qi . Les u'est-ce ue Two Slaves manifest their patriotism, C'est Que Cecis French club members discuss future activities. First row: Cowan, Burris, Taylor, Thompson, Allen, Wang, Kay, Stearns, McGehee, Scalarcio, Exlrlcnry, Thorpe, Second row Daniels, Beaubier, Jarvis, Wells, Knowles, Chaddock, Hurlburt, Fairchild, Rutherford, Third row: Thaxter, Farina, Pilibosian Biggers, Howard, Berlin, Rue, Boughton, Hopkins. ,I W Ev' wr lv VH Li 1' 5: A 'IW 'CUI- e s-,ii-1 I 'rs . Furst row: Lanken, Olson, Grasmich, Harris, Goniats, Sewell, Hersh, Trombetta. Second row: Newel, Ghormley, Sqhmgdt Buslck, Carpenter, A member leaps for the rebound in a German Club basketball game. German Club x , mv., x -. N X A folk dance designates a festive time A Senor and Senorita do the Mexican hat dance. in The Spanish Club members enjoy a wonderful feast, Los Guerra-:ros Espanoles First row: Sappenfield, Watson, Renning, J. Manuel, D, Manuel, Rosano, Ochs, Meyers, Weirick, Sfallard, S. Moore. Second row: Orme, Gray, Johnson, Miller, Pearson, D. Moore, Merkel, Warner, Joyal, Olsen. as., 41, A ,. on -qv First row: Cone, Caskey, Berlin, Breckenridge, Baldwin, Gerrinqer, Bizieff, Arnold, Cagle, Horch, Brissetti, Antoyan. Second raw: Hill, Bullock, Cavcnaugh, Green, Berg, Cole, Akers, Davenport, Bailey, Billat, Los Guerreros Espanoles .- The Spanish Warriors enjoy a cena de enchiladas Members display their handiwork, an international flag holder. Mr. Chairman acknowledges a question from the tloor. Senate An obieetion is raised by the Senate team in their annual debate with the Portias. First rowi Conley, M. Bras, Moller, Royston. Second row: Howard, Main, Cunlitte, Gglio, McCartney, l-laryey, Armstrong E. Biggers, R, Chong, Third row: Tollen, sponsor, Crossland, Dunn, Temple, Coombs, B, Biggers, C, Bras, V. Chong. Furs! ww Smnh, Sweet, Hfapkmf, Neulson, Boughton, Wore, Pncrson, Burnett, Cromer, Borgordt, Bros, Second row: Coombs, D Du-lwrl, Hwrutnmrm, Clllflfl Mvullcr, FUYVIS, Dupzyk, R Dsvbcrt, Hcusmqvr, Sfrmqor, Jordon. Scientific: experiments in thc Ioborotory we Included IH Qlulw octuvitnes. Engineers ' '61 .15-I Rcnwlnq, hunimg, und fwhmq arc the lu xporta fm the clmhntwus Engineers. The meeting is temporarily delayed while of- ficers discuss a controversial point. Hypatia The cake is cut for a Hypatia membership party. Wick, Fisher, Petersen, Dupuy, Warren, Butler, Murray, Hadsall, Ford, Inaba. First row. Royston, Gray, Johnson, M, Thomp Breckenridge, Dailey, Chaddock san, Wells ' F 01 , i i l ,P Thompson, Stearns, Allen. Second row: Jergenson, Hersh, ln the annual SenatefPortia debate, a Portia argues a point with her Senate opponents. Portia sgl 5 5 'd f :liz If 'X Club members practice for the Portia-Hypatia basketball game. 4 5 N ,.3!5f.gf W, 1'-ff Q ,g-3. - A Kg , 3:15 5. - gli? , 'iff iff' , ,,,,..5,,, N , , , - P M :wi Sf? 1 X , .ewwnms W- A Q 1 i 1- 'QQEL W : 1' qs . 2- fix 2 'H if .. w if h W gm , M w ,WS , M1 , fr A .aggqxv 4 wry V ..-- i - W, 1 '- wv - ' K x. .1-gi 1. A A . an . 'ww 'QW M ' YL' , ig - 1 '15.,,- -f if 'f - k y L wi: 'Y - -Wiwri . 'rl , .fin Q-41 ,X Y 4 u--1 .,,.4,,, if ,Q Mil in fx . - 7 by '51 , ,Eg P.. .-,iwgf 'Lx REP' Q W - Y I-mf -J-J-1 . ' , '1-1-.1'-141. ffv- "Q GE 7A ,X M f g11 :.,,'yE: GQ: V M X it :Q 3 - gl , 1 Q-in V' lwggfgig " 1" .- 'Sw ,, H.,-, - ' ' 15-Si T A -'ffi:j'ff,"LE',Ij '- sm, 1 ' N L x " pf - V 1 xg -Yii25" '.,, 'V X ,g ' A W ' wil , X.. .4 ' ' , bfi, 1' I n P-' 23. Ftrst row' Cone, Flores, Meyers, Allen, Lester, Louderbgck, Toylor, Srmmons, Royston, Storlu, O'Reor. Second row: Crazy, sponsor, Bwlwvll, N'0lS0n, Arrmrker, Pusher, Theuss, Dahlgren, Schulcnherg, Derdtvonus Third row. Coombs, Bock, Holcomb, lirruqhton, lbolrlcn, Shi-phvrcl l 1 Theoter workshop members present "R4ders to the Seo," 0 one oct ploy. l heater Works,hop r I The dromo club helps to bunld the "Connecticut Yonkee" stoge set. The president asks the opinion of the club on a problem. if Senior Tic Tocs read about world affairs. Senior Tic Too First row: Kincaid, Rosano, Mills, Kassis, Gamache, Watson, Kahiler. Second row: Silva, Vafalaro, Kerbs, Clirisiy, if lfif First row: Aubery, Crieghton, Bowman, Armstead, Sigfried, Leach, Price. Second row: Suber, Reese, Powers, Bracht, Daniels. unior Junior Tic Tocs make nut cups for Veterans Hospital. 5 Tic TOC Socially minded members discuss plans for Y-Teen Nigh The Sophomore Tic Tocs have a ponel discussion on current affairs, Sophomore Tic Too Plans for 0 party ore in the making, First row, Renner, Monroe, Williams, Fries, Allen, Brunskill, Finch, Madden, HOMDGFSOU. Smith. Second row: Coyle, Muller, Warner, Pearson, Horch, Ochs, Berlin, Creighton, Curnette. Third row: Walchold, Foster, Akers, Waldo, Youngmon, Butler. -fi ,V- V ,- Furs! raw Fugate, Hullcr, Hardy, Peterson, Molkas, Ennx, Shark, Golden, Fisher, Ropolo Second row: Ellls, Dorgan, Panzer, Parker, Wulluams, Jcwutt, Eastman Some of the qvrls draw up plans for an event ID the near future. rug Freshman Tic Tac Freshman TIC Tocs stuff animals os onc of their progects. Down in the pits the targets are set up. Rifle Club Club members compare their targets after a shoot. First row: Sonford, Rigg, Rehm, Neilson, Mulhern, Throneberry, Pimentol, Rogers. Second row: Sleeter, Woodlock, Riddell Morse, Rogrmess, Moore, Whitlock. ' First row: Behlen, Dreyer, Ellison, Hardwick, Herman, Jackman, Jackman, Kuhmire, Lindholm. Second row: Eaton, French, Arnacker, Kaden, Cline, Genetti. Rifle Club mg A truckload of club members arrives at the rifle range for target practice. Rifle Club members clean their rifles in preparation for a match. Hi-Y men look forward to the Y-Teen dinner. Fresno Hi-Y Three members outline the cIub's activities. Long, Hoor, Cramer, Arnold, Baxter, Dixon, English, Rogers. . I ,nu gn lf- I gi' Frrst row McCartney, Orlaboshuan, Sheffleld, M Bras, Sorarwna, Summerhays, Boghoslan, Buchanan, Greening, Harlan, C Bram Sq-fund raw Drl.rtlrlo, Schwalwcnland, Allard, Ohanran, May, Rogers, Gaffney, Wilson, Stine, Thompson, Clark, Jordan. Iroquois ' "T The chiefs of the athletes proctice intro-mural softball. Every year the Iroquois stage o successful dance JG First row: DeLaRosa, Allen, DeGillio, Baun, P, Domron, S. Damron, Drehmel, Currie, Blakeley, Daniels, Avakion, Cone. Second row: Bertkin, Boulton, Burkholder, Border, Aten, B. Adams, Coates, Cowan, Brothers, Coke, Champion. Third row: Busick, Dupuy, Bowling, Breckenridge, Loserto, Anderson, K. Adams, Bell, Cecil, Crawford, Carter, A, Bowman. Fourth row. C. Bowman, Dailey, Crew, DeVecchio, Battle, if 3 1 2 V- - L 2 fix" . -1 l'LQ,IfSi.i . if ' ' it gfiiiif' ' ' V1.1 5 irls' Athletic Association A prospective winner buys a raffle ticket. First row: Giragoshian, Hughes, Ford, S, Fries, l-lorch, Fisher, Finkenstein, S, Fries, Field, Fairchild, Field, Gill, Second row: Gilmore, Jensen, Huber, Kish, l-ladsall, Havner, Briggs, Hutchinson, Good, Gendusa, Keim, Kavanough, l-lapgood, Third row: Kelton, Freis, Jarvis, Kleerup, Erdman, lsenberg, Koupke, Jergenson l-looven, Gates. J s ,f-v Frrst row' M, Peterson, Messick, Schillings, Sappenfield, Olsen M. Scalercio, A. Scolercio, Ryan, Royston, Patterson, Leach, Litten. Second row: N, Rutherford, Souer, Schmidt, McKenzie, Silva, B. Smith, Scorbrough, Lauderbock, Knowles, Hodges, Schlaqer, O'Rc-ar, Third row: Olson, M. Rutherford, Magee, C. Smith, Lund, Murray, Kleerup, Kraus, Ochs, Powell, Miller, ll V I It I irls' Athletic 0 ' " Association Morchcsc, Melville, 5 I ri '51 ,. Q 9 ,z 1, J .Vt an J! A H rw Q At the Awards Banquet the GAA, makes its annual contribution to the March of Dimes. First rowi Schwartz, Zulurn, Wells, K, Warren, Wong, D, Williams, Sessions, Vortanian, Stumpf, Skifton, Shebelut, Storli. Second row. Warner, Seover, M, Taylor, Slallard, Woodward, Weirick, Sosso, B. Smith, Wimer, Zahlis, Wick. Third row: J Warren, D. Williams, Zanelli, Simms, Shepard, Vawter, West, C, Taylor, Wallert, Wachold, 4.2 - yl l af '95 .3 96. 5? -lb First row: Thomas, Wong, Woodward, Royston, Louderback, Wilcox, Armstead, Wick, Gill, Anderson, Drehmel, Essley. Second row: Lake, Havner, Theiss, Choddock, Jergenson, Knowles, Wells, Storli, Bell, Gates, Daniels, Anthony, Third row: Mc- Cartney, Kricorian, Dunn, Kummerfeld, Fisher, Murray, Beaubier, Kleerup, Cairns, Cummings, Chong. Fourth row: Cunlifte, Bock, Gonos, Conley, Moller, Coombs, Hall. i 5 California Scholarship Federation FALL SEMESTER The Fresno High chapter of C.S.F. is well represented at the district conference. First row: Hersh, Johnson, Sullivan, Cottet, Lewis, Myers, Nyeland, Fairchild, Scarbrough, Forrester, Allen, Thompson. Second row: Warren, Jarvis, Quibell, Howard, Mead, lsenberg, Sessions, Kay, Dailey, Lindeman, Stearns, Price. Third row: Miller, Bizieff, Scott, Ward, Hubbell, West, Anderson, Krous, Beason, Hutchinson. Fourth row: Workman, Beaubier, Kleerup, Roys- ton, Boughton, Temple, Goniats Barstad, Morelli, Yankey. wus: I and .5 Y 'S lf! it First row' Essley, Lewis, Myers, Louderback, Kay, Woodward, Wong, P. Royston, Keim, Anderson, Gill, Thomas, Second row Hill, Theiss, Chaddock, Jergenson, Knowles, Sullivan, Wilcox, Taylor, Dupuy, Daniel, Bell, Hovner, Third row: Fisher, Arnoll, Howard, Mead, Hubbell, C, Royston, Adams, Kleerup, Gionopolos, lsenberg, Gates, Chong. Fourth row: Bock, Lanahons, Kricorian, Dunn, Moller, Bras, Coombs, Boughton, Harlan, Cairns, Fries. Fifth row: Cunliffe, Temple, Conley, Giglio, Gonos, Morelli. California Scholarship Federation l SPRING t SEMESTER C.S.F. members sell class pins. First rawi Allen, Charshaf, Krum, Shirk, Manuel, Lindley, Baldwin, Renning, Forrester, Cotter, Ehlers, lnaba, Se:ond row' Bennett, Warren, Malkas, Nyeland, Ballmer, Fox, Johnson, Fairchild, Geringer, Breckenridge, Scarbrough, Swanson, Stearns- Third row, Krum, Bentson, Westfall, Doane, Greenfield, Greene, Kleerup, Dailey, Baubier, Mack, Jacobsen, Sprague, Mad- sen, Fourth row, Biggers, Scott, Workrnon, Yankey, Murray. Hellerich, Cramer, Jarvis, Krous, Anderson, Hersh, Wiebe. l-ifth row: Ganiats, Q ls ill 44 kr-4 1.3 Qin. H '11, ' 5'-... y . . - I I Q . WW rm Msfnfw-...pil , ,, nmxlwugau-ypoum mzueuauneumm H 'Q ' my-1 - 1- e:..if-I , V 4 - 'q'.:::.e1f"' I 1 i mu ,114 ., nuff 1 4 'fill I' ' 3.7. ' 3 . 'r'fe":, 5.. '- .. . . - ."r - ' "F w fi! l ,, :.!g,'j:::::?1.,i4,,1x 'i nl qv: H ,1'?i2?"1'iE15f.Q.'f5Q'ff?..f1,1 X . ,,is1"l 59 - Vg' yy.: nf, , -:'s xl , .,, H ,555 :fl I GNLJL. , .. , 'V ' L.E. rf! ' nf '- 5 . ' Q .... I I LL W A i 1 , ' X X , Q 4 A M 3, fb ar gx e N, . has Q K 'kiw BMW W may.. E5 i in 1 Nw V ,M j' f v. 6' n, 4 Q vi? in f, A W1 5 4 'Q f 4'5'2f3'fp , I. eyeffgt ,,. QSHGR, . X lswww' H X63 sal vi First row: McCarthy, Rankin, Young, Odoboshian, Workmon, Summerhays, DiLiddo, Sheffield, Kilgore, Thaxter, Wotson, Parker. Second row: Lang, Neighbors, Nolchajian, Acosta, Scranno, Whitfield, May, Steffenson. Barstow, Reynolds, Maas, Yankey, Cranmore. Third row: McCartney, manager, Rogers, Thompson, Nyberg, McCoy, Colo, Gaffney, Nielson, Moller, Clark, Boghosian, Opperman, Long, manager. srl 60 at Oo 99095 McCarthy closes in for the tackle. Q66 Q0 Thaxter breaks through to gain a few yards. SCORES H9500 HlQl'1 26W - - Y , Pittsburg I2 Fresno High 7 Modesfo 7 Fresno High H Piedmont I3 Fresno H5Qh V San Pedro 25 Fresno High ,Y Edison 6 Fresno High K Hanford 6 Fresno High , Y Modem 0 Fresno High ,, , Memed 28 F'e5"'0 High -fef V - Roosevelt 7 I Boghosaan tackies a Roosevelt mon in the Bug-Lnttle Game. Coach Toby Lawless X' ff ,ff W !b, L1 '-' '-'ISVF' V a, Q-gh!! ,f. f. , Q ,. Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno unior Varsity High High High High High High Rgklgh R xde! SKC ,, Central , , Parlier Tranquillity Wasco Coarsegold Sanger First row Kilgore Wakefield Galladay Aved Baker Farina Hendrickson, Hellerich, Dahlstrom, Avakian, De Vecchio. Second row Shuey manager Kelly Dixon Miller Greenamyre Wenig, Waller, Baxter, Armstrong, Anderson, Stevenson, pail' F .H 4' n First row: Palmer, Zimmerman, Price, Moore, Buchanan, Conley, Jackson, Gurrola, Kane, Mace, Dalitian, Bras, Ryan Lima. Second row: Jordan, Downs, manager, Rathwick, Kelton, Halverson, Sharton, Ryan, Ellis, Brewer, Penland, Blosser Pierson, Hargis, Sellers, Holmes, Melton, Meyer, Acosta, Third row: Linber, Swanson, Coach, Cochran, Pierson, English Germaine, Paris, Redman, Dehnert, Booth, Meeks, Kerr, Pewther, Hale, Stone, Armstrong, Couchman, Greening, Hun saker, Cottrell, Cramer, Amundsen, Bras, Arnold, AssistantCooch. Papooses battle on home turf. Coach Albert Swanson Lightweight Football SCORES AW 'M r Fresno High Edison 6 Fresno High Merced 6 Lx-, Fresno High Roosevelt O Fresno High Madera l9 FYSSYWO H'Qh Hanford l2 Fresno High , Bakersfield 6 LNf x fr . K. f R in W ' Q1 "1 ff 5 2 S X X ' a , ,L 5 ,J 'gif i I a , x 'W fi , M , 9 ' 1 QW 'Y' , 5, ff , BJ 3, w f- ' N 4 I K' ig ,fi K .' J K. .1 ,:-- M' QM' l if 21' XML K S- Q an K an N Q ko N ' FH f 2' Avgfk sign, lf S' B ssqsfh 5 i M 495 P Ei '57, i 4 'q aii f ' g 5 ,K " V W A ls! ' K' 'D I l' First row: Smith, Green, Ohcmion, Gollodoy, Bornell. Second row: Wilson, S. Mofeljon, Gogle, N, Moteljon, Nielsen, Schmidt, 1 A ,vu S K AvA, ' W - A nu ' . Lowe, oo' Q weed ive Ploy stops momentarily for o tie boll. I be ,K ole o9X' ON Q0 8 ln Moteljon is poised for 0 hook shc I X Q 1 if Y F F F F F F F F F F F F Varsity Basketball 4 .H S. 60 H.S. 55 H S. 47 H S. 61 H S, 59 H.S 54 H S. 50 H S. 50 H S. 42 H S 69 H S 57 H S. 65 ...i Vs SCORES Edison 57 Modero 35 .,.....Roosevelt 32 Merced 50 Honford 25 Edison 53 Madera 49 Roosevelt 52 Merced 26 Honford 35 Fowler 45 Eost Bakersfield 34 Nick Moteljon, Yosemite League high scorer blocks o shot. 'ix Coach Joe Kelly fu V-fl' as-4 W ll. . . Q b0 lfgon ghe Yum hefps S matches 'O 'op Chmidr sink Q b Nick 5 osket Rl ' 'I Q I I I A L ll R 'K A K u 3 W 3 , 3 -- "' Aw w 5 4 6 an 5' l,-.rs 'F 3+ 301 'U , '. . fd' X , V -,fig 3 ,, . 3 ..,L . , .v f E N: ' X A W N , 13 !l,2,,, Q Q L , ,, , V, is Y , J 4 ,K 4' -.2 I 4. Ei? 3 3 " 3 1 ls A 191 ' K ff' l f f 6 1 l l - 3 4 W4 , g 3 , 5 , 1 N l 1 5 K s First row: Trombetta, Thaxter, Gurrolo, Wimer, Zimmerman, Nicholsen. Second row: Sharton, Thompson, Jackson, Ghormley, Ellis, Conley, Horstmann, manager. do x 'Pose XO 5 . 109 A x9x,,vf CPN Q0 ole' good-, Merle Martin Ghormley blocks the ball for Fresno. A high leap secures possession of the ball. Basketball Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno SCORES 43 ,,.,.,, 7 43 4l 38 4 OW , 35 33 33 4 3 9 ,ss,s, , Edison , Madera Roosevelt , Merced Hanford Edison Madera Roosevelt ,, Merced Hanford 56 28 47 39 25 43 27 36 22 36 l .C ' .E Baslxctball fr flsgrlv L:M?-IW' SCORES Frcxvw YO Dmubo I3 l U 5 l'rc",rul Q77 Hflnfnrnl l3 ' A l:r4-umm I8 M1lrlCrG lb ,Y Frc'.l1mf7f W4ll.l1lIlC1lIlf1 Jr HI l9 , - Frcuvm Pl Humulton Jr, ll: 12 l. l'rc',vw Q! llomscvclt I7 5 E 1 Cobb attempts to halt o forward pass. l Coach Charles Phillips. Nw E 5 V 6 I. l ' ,- E An ex Decrom re off? Noel drubbles toword onother basket. S fOr Q r abound First row: Cherin, manager, Smith, Woodward, Callas. Second row: Sprague, Noel, Mozzoni, Erickson, Dachenhousen, Cobb, Marsoobian, Hogrete. . ,, ll ' " ' .tx -Ji ryan- '5.,'w:,. -L2 1 .t -1 1.-all ' ' ' I-i "J A - 1' .-ff! ll 'rl ll I' 5 e lk uw - ,. , Q9 . gg . i t I l- gil' A I Evil .. A .- , Q ga- - .rr 51 t ' i 3 1 I 'fu ' 1 is .Hay -H , vm 1. ft 4 ,, L W ,. vu' ' N ,f K 'P ,pk .SF x C 0 . M ', ' Qin.-i K if' Ns ,L A I. G LJ A W .tl ?'CvW QM a 900 'em it LIN SV ff H' N Ang, ,K 'wr bn 1 " 'L 9'1" ' L' QTTQIPQQ1' Af? ' 92 ti A, Xa ' V . J-W7 , 5 . 'S ix yo fm'-Q , qv ,V 4,267Qz.ef f GMM r i .h Q 3.5 We .. 3 ,. First row: Piliboshion, Workman, Smith, Wimer, Heftick, Odabashian, Sheffield. Second row: Harroh, De Vecchio, McCoy Farris, Wills, Bogoshion, Barnell, Helms, manager. ' wvwmg .f' K W - i Workmon crouches for the ball that didn't come. jf Coach Toby Lawless , .,,,,, ,, DeV F all ecchio Cover S fhird for t he out 3FS1ty ase a V ' B b ll SCORES Fresno l l ,,.,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,, , Edison 8 Fresno l4, ,,,.. ,, ,, Madera 8 Fresno 3 ..,,.,,. Roosexelt 8 Fresno 5 ,,..,, , , Merced 0 Fresno 8 . ,, Hanford 4 Fresno 2, , , Madera l 4409 Wir J N"-en First row: Kuhlemeier, Hinch, Fishe Golladay, Eimosian. r, Aved, Van Doorn, Lange, Brewer. Second row: Green, Thompson, Marsella, Armstrong, Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno Fresno r The Wx and unior Varsity Baseball SCORES Roosevelt 1 Caruthe rs 4 . Madera I San Joaquin Memorial 4 Washington Union 3 Visalia 5 Tulare I4 Central I 0 un is The batter takes his practice swings. if Coach Mel Peterson G . if ' 5 ig! an Q! Ye' U In Q i I if , ,. , ,.,, ' " N A 4Q,Q ,.., . s Q 52234 E vw A Q, W5 ID U 041 2 Wg ,, N :EM S,M' ?? M 1 ii WW 17 5 4555012 A ,, My ' Q43 s , ! . r H H, Z W 5 Q Bffvf 'QV is 'fi I H. I5 First row: Downs, May, Jones, Puccini, Saranno, Howard Lang Neighbors Reynolds Mozzeo Parker Second row Stamford MOSS, Jordon, Eaton, Rogers, Biggers, Bras, Dupzyk, Tate Kiespert White Third row Dickson Opperman Wenig Gaffney Schwabenland. Fourth row: Thorpe, Stine, Waller, Clark Gaffney wins by a hair's breadth. rd Varsity Track ,ms CITY MEET SCORES Fresno 78h Edison 40 Roosevelt 23h BEST MARKS OF THE YEAR Shot put Discus ,,,,,, ,, , 1 ,,,.,,,54 W3 . ,,,, l62' 4V2"m ., .:l4.9 ,,,, ,, High Jump, ,, ,, ,,,, 6' 6Vs Pole Vault. , ,,,,. ,..Y., l l' 6' Broad Jump, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 l' 2" l8O yd, hurdles . ,,,, :l9.8 120 yd. hurdles 880 yd, relay . .,.., W, ,,,, lf34 , Mile,.,,,. , . 4152s 880, ,, 440 ,,,,,, , 220W IOO .,,,,,,, 2:05 ,,,,, ,, 155 ,, ,,:22,5s ..l0 ,...,. . ,,,Stine ,,,,,Soranno .,.,,,,AIIard Staniford, White ,.,, ,H ,Bras , ,, ,, ,Brinker , Brinker Gaffney, Rogers, Stine, Brinker .,.Gennings , ,, ,Biggers ,, ,. ,,Vind ,,,, Gaffney ,s....Gaffney . lr fr ,Wy - . r ?'., C'-1,"F I ' U 'J:"l"5Q31'2 5.7 'SQ , - ' N At the turn Clork stretches his lead. 4,1 sho ' uh we - ' QXQ5 W i 5 Porkef Snug Q dv woxcl'-'25 O QvefYbO White soors over at lO feet, Coaches Merle Martin, Erwin Ginsburg, ond ' Albert Swanson. D 'ff ir gg. fr: qv . lg fx lt's 0 close race over the hurdles. 8 qv. .M ..,, -Yvqw , ll. 'V' -- 4 A b .S3:li.m.-.Q .ie wwg6"v ij V J. 1. . .,g 1. .V Q. . -.. , 'V - . - ,- . if " FW' A ' " '1 'Slim . . xvu K. Q -1 A 5 f"J,,5:, 71 1- - Racers are bunched at the start. Chong steps into the lead in the low hurdles. 'Q' Kane swings around to throw the discus. B Track City Meet Scores Fresno 55W Edison 45 Roosevelt ZIM Best Marks of the Year Pole Vault ,,ss.Vs.,,... ....... l l' ,..... - 4...Y.Y..YY.,A,...... l'lQl6 Broad Jump ...,.. ....,,, l 9' 8' ,,,,....... Cooney High Jump ,....... . ..., 5' 773 .......,s,.... Conley, Ellis Shot Put ,,,,,,,., .,.... 4 3" ,,....,,..,.,,.,,,,.,., Dalitian Discus, ,,,,,,,.. ...... l 24' ..,.,,...,,,.,,,,........., KONE 440 Relay s,,,.. ..A...46.2,.... 100 ,,,,,,, ..... 1 lO.7 200 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,.,,.........., I 2I.l 1320 ,,,Y,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,... 3 224 ,,.,.., 70 yd. hurdles ,,,,.., ...,A. I 9.3.. 162 yd. hurdles .... s ,.,,, :l9.l 880 ....,,..............,A...,. 2:lO ,s.,,, .Buchanan, Chong, Kerr, Kilner W.-,-....---.,...,,....KiIner .-.-,.....Kilner ,,....Jennings .,,,,,.Chong ,,,.,.,.,,Chong ,,,,..Jennings First row: Ellis, Smith, Cooney, Mitchell, Howard, Greening, Jackson, Kane, Kilner, Jennings, Penland, Ridel. Second row: Kummerfeld, Stone, Gross, Redman, Zimmerman, Moore, Palmer, Buchannan, Chong, Dinubilo, Cranmore, Trueblood, Hodges. Third row: Roush, Hopkins, Brown, Francini, Fore, Daley, Gough, Gurolla, Dalitian, Avakion, Jourdan. 'wgwi ,. N r 1 .,f'S.f. l i - , f i' 4 i s s J The relay is an even race at the last baton pass. C Track City Meet Scores Fresno 50 Edison 21 M Roosevelt 26W Best Marks of the Year Pole Vault 9' 8 ",, . Couchman Broad Jump 18' 7" Woodward High Jump 5' 4Vg" Torosian Shot Put 49' 8V2" . ..Mazzoni Discus 113' .. . Spina 75 .. 208.4 . . Trombetta 100 . 13 . . Trombetta 108 Yd. huurdles 213.2 Booth 660 1:34.11 . . Marsoobian 440 Relay 246.8 Trombetta, Katlik, Morris, Torossian i .- ' ' . 'vw - - Q They're out of their blocks at the sound of the gun. A X .Wi ,.1, E, Q I. T 5 ' ff iii, 5 5, ,Q '1 Mag e' 4. N -3- .fb ...,.,: .. . u, ,Q ,ww ,..,y, ' 'N' 'lvistl' -4 Booth and Warner lead as they clear the third hurdle. First row: Mehelic, Jones, Ryan, Imperatrice, Katlick, Torosian, Trombetta, Mcrsoabian, Bredon, Moore, Smith, Schidt. Second row: Johansen, Woodward, Shuey, Couchmon, Spina, Mazzoni, Warner, Nicholson, Withrow, Biggers, Enefer, Cannon, Ray, Larue. Third row: Baker, manager, Hertz, Dunten, Zahlis, Cobb, Chapman, Johansen, English, Booth, Morris, Hayhurst, Ganiats, Barker, Bitters, Durbano. f I . 4 t 7 5 --If it .I , , -1:5 '- First row: Sprague, Cooney, Adams, Jacobsen, Gales, Acosta, Baun, Piacentine, Schwarz, Woodward. Second row: Cairns Sharton, Cramer, Kummerfeld, Erickson, Conley, Adams, Berlin, Wacho, Pedigo, Marchese. Tennis Karen Adams prepares to return a good serve. sq.,- l-.,,----. ,. .,,.,-f-W Bob Cairns drives a long ball. Buddy Sprague and Vivian Piacentine, the mixed doubles team, go after a ball. inf , .. ,S 3 ' x . 13. wg . If fm Eff -V -. Q .'-5, xc 'ff 423 .0 .gig ed. ' Pr .QQ 1 -wwe J' .Jo ann- 1 ii 2' 3' ,jx 5 I If 1a I p 'A 1 -" aQ l 53, ."' .is ,IF ' F . X. A X 2 -f 1 f 1 I lv .411 12-" ' ' ' N nl ? 'Q t 44- ,. 1-all-f W as '1,i.:- 14 ' W '1+fs.Y.a:..wuQg. , 9- .ff ' Q 'V 1 .ty - , ,. , ,. X ' 'V' . , ' "A P ' ,,. xy. 4, ,-7 ' -.Q N gg .IQ - 4"n"4"' ' ' v f 'S' ' 1 V M :ft A A rf' L R f Ax 9 , , A i C :Vit-Q ww-fm' f 5 . , 9 .K is , 52.4 X 'zgv WH. 'XYN 0 NODOXKKOUO W . y-XQOV5 Morkxn Lubic and Schmidt mix it up. Boxing Martin, the outstanding boxer of the year, accepts The trophy from Coach Wiedenhofer. 2---4'- Jones is caught off guard by Fries Wrestling Lorry Von Aman truss unsuccessfully to pm Jnm Elchclbergcr. it George Hellcrich tries to break owoy from cu pm. Don Genetfi completes o successful heodlock The match gets under woy, Intramural Winners BERNARD ALLARD Football skills LUCIEN FRANCINI Cross country run RALPH FRUEND Ping pong 36 x4 CO. CMUC mu Slum eoslge Company A, 75th Battalion, California Cadet Corps Ffrgp ro 'S' Lr W" Cvpr De'efsoQ-,I Nietsoei Hall, ls' Lr, Se Lf, D. Genetgfond row: gndwh,-Mock Lf, G' aa I ,, W t' . N V if I 1 ix' A '- Cadets ' , Each morning Old Glory is unfurled by the Cadets. Company B, 75th Bottolion, California Cadet Corps A composition tokes form in modern Girls' P ysic vi. 5224. ff n Hhs A 9,1 dance. Coffecuv e exeff-he tufe- improve pos S The serve is good. The ball is bound for the hoop. The runner decides not to steal second. ducation Culisfhenlics perk up the girls. Spcedboll ployers vie for the ball. Do flger S dl' D I s-. lh O f7 Eflgflsh f O fk dance. 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W Aldrich Pontiac Co ..,.7,,,..,,.,.......,,,.,....,..,,.,.... Alstrom and VVielJe's College Pharmacy ,... Arnold's Market .,., A.......7,,A,.,.....A.,.7,,,,.A..,..,,, Band Box Sportswear ,Y,,,....,,..Y,Y,...,.,.,.A,...,... Barker s Furniture Co .,,,....,r.,,,.,,,.. ,,.,.w... Barnett Car Co ...,,,,Y,,,......,,,,,,.....,..,,, ...,..,., Barr's Animal Hospital .,.,.,,,....rr,,.,.,,, Bell, Hughes and Knowles .r,,.,vt....,,,.,,,,.,,,,.. Belmont Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear E... 161 168 162 170 160 165 179 178 175 166 160 163 Better Buy Wholesale Grocers ,..,..,,.1,,,,,...,. 175 Betty Shoppe ,. ...,,.,,,.V .1,1A,. . .167 Bier's Yardage ..,,,,,., ...,..... 1 64 Boho, Esther lvl. .s,.... .,..,,..... .,,..,,.. 1 6 2 Bon Ton ,,....,.,,1.,,. ,..,e,,..e,,..,..,..,, .e,,,,,.. 1 5 8 Borclen's Dairy Delivery Co ..,s..... ...Y..... 1 80 Boys' Store, The .,,.,,s,,,....,...1,,,,.. .....,... 1 58 Brewer. Bernie. Packard Co .,,,.,. ,........ 1 85 Broadway Cyclery ,,,,,...,,.,.e,,.. 1.,..,,.. 1 67 Bruclcner's ,,......,s,.,,.......,,,.,.,.1...e,, ,.sA.,,,. 1 67 Calderwoocls Printing Co .,,.,,... , ,..,.s, 168 Campus Shop ..Y,...,VYY.7YYY,,,7,,VY.VV,V,V-VVf,AAV,Y.-Y-,-- 165 Capitol Cleaners and Dyers ,,,,,,,,..,..,,,.,.r,,,.,. 165 Central California Commercial College ..,1, 158 Challenge Dairy ,,...... ,,,,e,,........,,.,,.......,..,,,,, 1 58 Chase Flower Shop ...,Y..., ,.,.1,,e, 1 59 Chinese Bazaar ...,.. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,Y 1 7 0 Cl'1risman's Pharmacy s,,.,,,.,.,,.,,,,.,. ,,,..,.,. 1 57 Cinderella Super Markets ,e,,,,...,.....,,,,,,.,.,.,.., 169 Clements. "Russ," Service Station ......,.1,,.. 156 Cochrane Ice Creamc, ,... ,....,,,.. ...,, .,....., , 1 6 9 Coffee, Harry, Co .,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,..r...,1,,. .,,.,,,., 1 65 Condit's Floral and Gilt Store ..,.,.,.,. ...,.,.,. 1 79 Croclcet Bros. ..,.....,,..s,......,,,s.,,,,,.,,.,,e,e,,.,....... 180 Crown Printing and Lithograph Co ..,,,,....... 181 Currie Bros. ,,,,,,..,,,..,..,,,,o,,.,.....,,.,,,,,.....,...1.,.. 167 Curtis. Reecl. lVleat Market ,,.....,,,,,,,,, .,s,,,,.. 1 62 Danish Creamery ,,Y,,,,. .....,,,s Y,.,Y.... 1 7 7 Davidson, Sam , ,,s,Y .,.,..... 1 71 Dodge Laundry ...,,,. ,,,,s.,.. 1 56 Dutrow, Ben, Inc ...,,, ,,..e.,., 1 58 Eastern. The ,,,,.. .,,..,.,, 1 69 Erilcsen and Co .......,1,.....c.. Famous Dept. Store ..,v,...,..., Fashion Cleaners, Ltd ..,..,..V Sportswear ...,,s...s, Ff6CCI'S Fresno Beauty College ,,,s.... Fresno Camera EXCIIHIIQC ...,.....,....,,,.,..... ,,.,.. Fresno High Bible Clulm ...,.....,.,.......,.,.....,..., Fresno High School Boosters' Club .......1..,. Fresno Loan and Thrift Corp ..s,.,.......,.,.....,, Fresno Frigulti. John, Studio ..,....... Golden State Baking Co ..... Goodmans Clothing Store.. Green Frog Market ...,.,...., Harrison Motor Parts .......1, l'Ialey's Flower Shop ,,....... l'leclrick's .,,,.sse...,..,.,........,.e, Herh and Dode's Hut ,.......,. l'1estlJeck's Meats ....,..,..... Hill, J. B., Co .,....,...,.s,. . Hobbs-Parsons Co. Hollenheclc-Bush ...,,., Homan Er Co ..,..,..,, Hotel Fresno ,...,,..,,. Huebner Sports' ,..., . Iacohs Garage ..,,,... .lava -Time .,,,..,,.....,.... .loe's Barber Shop ,..., ...,, Johnson Bros., lnc .,........,,, . Towel Co ..........,.....,,.,.........,............. .Iorgensen's Catering Co ...,s,.,... ........... Justesen s ,,.......,...,,...........,,..,,...,....,......,.,.,,.,, Kilner's Stationery Er Office Equipment ,..... Kisr Bottling Co .l.......,e.,.,,...t...rs...........,........ Kurz, Fred. Motors ,,...,, .,,,..,,,, KYNO Radio Station ....... .....,,.... La R,oy's Upholstering ,..,..., Luftenlmerg s ,.,,,,,,.,...,,,o.,,,o.,,,..,..,, .......... l..elVloss-Smith Tire Co .......,,,...,,,..... .......... lVlcSherry's Insurance Company ..............,,.. Merit Shop .. .,.,,,.,,..,...,,c.....,......,,..,., ......., . . 1Vliller's Drug ,,,,,,,,......,.c...,,,,. ,..,,..,.. lVlitchell's Meat Market ....,... ........,,, lxflunger-Hanson Seed , Store., Neal's Silk Shoppe ,.........., 171 178 171 158 172 169 174 154 166 165 184 169 181 161 166 164 171 160 157 164 157 156 157 159 170 166 170 170 167 185 181 156 177 176 174 176 166 160 157 170 167 176 ..,,c,,170 .......168 Neely's Jewelers ......,.. Nah: I Proclucts Co ........ INDEX TO VERTISERS ...........I63 Roth Bros. Salvation Army m I73. 165 no in we 169. we we noi use l7I isa nos 164 Ndl-White ,G Co ........ ........... I 83 Sanders. Frank J.. 'Used Cars ........ ........ . . Olnfllrfg ,,...,....,,.,,A,...,...,......,....,.... ................. I 82 San Joaquin Baking Company .................... Olympic Paint Co ............................. I ............. 159 San Joaquin Tile ancl Marble Co ................. Pacific Telephone G Telegraph Co.. The .... 159 Seven-Up Bottling Co ..................... ........ . Palm Food Center ....................................,..... l72 Shellmurnis' Stationery ................ Palm Olive Drug Co ...................... ,.......... I 59 Simmons Jewelers ............ Palm Olive Family Store ...... .,......... I 70 l Slater Furniture CO. ....... . Palm-Olive Restaurant .....,... .........,. I 64 Smlfll- S- K- C0-. The ..... . Paradise Super Market ........... ........,.. I 66 SPOIYS Equipment C0 ---.... Pedersen: Jewelers ............. ,.......... I 68 Staffs lfe Cream .......... .......... Pepsi Cola Bottling Co .......... ........... I 75 Slflleffs JCWCIYY ---w-- Poll Buick. Inc. ..4.,., ....,...... ........... I 6 5 Stewart Cleaners ..........,...... . Rqlg, Plmfmggy ,,,...,,,,, .,.,,..,,,. 1 62 Stillman Drug Co ..., .,... ..,..:....r Rambelane Kennels ....... ..,.,.,,... I 55 TOWCI' Pliafmnfy ---.- -. Reliable ............................. Valley Home Insulation Co. Rene's Pei Shop ,...,.,.,..........., ...,,....,, I 66 'Wade The Jeweler-6 .6 6 Rhodes Tower Variety ,.......... ....,,.,... I SI Xvflfnff COWIPHDY- The --Ar,-, Rocltlefs Mademoiselle .. ., ......... ..I77 Western Blue Print ....... . Rodman Chevrolet Co. .. .. ......,,... 178 Nvooclwurcl. Nlrs. R. J., .. Rolla-torium . ,,..... ......... . ,...,......l72 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The stall ol the I05I Owl wishes to acknowledge its appreciation ol the willing assistance ancl co-operation ol the following persons in the procluclion ol this puhllcation. MR. JOHN FRIGULTI MR. BILL RETCHIN John Friqulti Studio The S. K. Smith Co. lcoversl Fresno Los Angeles - Chicago MR. LLOYD JACKSON A H MR. LLOYD JACKSON, JR. Crown Printing 5 Llthographinq Co. Fresno Faculty Sponsors . MRS. MARGUERITE HARBERS MRS. LOUISE Mt-CASLIN Eclitorlal Art MR. W. HAMPTON SAWYERS Business I80 l7l l6l I78 I67 l6S K Y, if 4 elf Qu. 31 rx , 3 W wel ,, W Ka fr O X ,gb tk' g x , f ii1 'WY gr S W- '-'- 1' 1 .12 il.. 'iq flur fwlmlnpiunsllip Bnslwilmll rlvamuz 5'l'Yl'. l,ilYI', Nllli. l4.fllIl'. I7ll'k. illlll t ililfll with Charlie HHIIIBHHHE IQEHIIHS Phone T-1035 mn with Bllllllii Fresno. Culillorrniu 1 BURR! DINCE BAT! UNC 'IRIMMING PM Supplies , Q l and 1 q Avfessorics visilnrs Xx"l'Il'Ol'Tlf' Owners: "Gila" and Rulhelaine Rambo 155 .,,g- Roulv I, Box 707 pm with Bonnie 1922 Echo Phone 3-6644 Steffen's Jewelry Gifts for Every Occasion Time Home of Your Class Ring Hamilton and Eigin Vvatciies "RUSS" ff Al Fresno, California Qzmpiete ubricat' a Sp Wd' VI ervice I J f Effr A ION' ,W Q' 'RR wifi , J dl f ff V , f iievron reciit Car Honored He, ,Sip , if Qi! 4 I If Mn es I f , ,U f WSW 1' R lf in . . ' A E 1 f , . D ' A I 72740 ' ' ou evar , ,, one 5190 J KULNERS CONGRATULATIONS firr no's Finer Stationery Store to the Class of '51 I Sciiooi Supplies - Art Supplies ' Gifts Greeting Cards DDDGE LAUNDRY AND FREE DELIVERY LINEN SUPPLY CO 1916 E.Ci'l0 PIIOIIC 3-2186 330 North Broadway Across from Fresno High HOLLENBECK-BUSH PLANING MILL CO. Windows - Doors - 'Mouidings And General Niiiiworic 2206 South Van Ness Ave. Phone 3-3296 Fresno, California 156 Vvlien Annie toolc Clycle liome to cat, bln- wantccl to malfe it a treat. 50 Slll' llXCLl lll1ilCllnI'lB!' '- llmt sure was ir winner ffl l'1estln'c'lc's lligli quulitv l1N'illl F 1 H ESTBECKS MARKET 'U 2032 Fri-sn 1 vet 942 Olive Ave. , 1 Vi I gj1ll1,,sHERRY as COMPANY 'Q XY X INSURANCE X lg ' X ly All Forms lg Q . 1 l 3 Expert Advisory anal Engineering Service it A ' I Xl T. VV. Patterson Bldg. Plione 4-5915 'X 9 Fresno, Calif. 1 N N0 HUMAN Er CO. CHRISIVIANS Drive-ln Restaurant 1035 Olive Ave., at College Van Ness nncl Fresno Home ol "Chicken in tlwe Rough" nlfvorylliing for flue utlilote' and Fine Foocls at tlie Riglit Price Hours: 6 A.lVl. to l A.lVl. Pllon J 3 4 w 'il' i It wi 1 110 l , V11 X 1,412 fllll' f 1 1 limi The All Year Fruit Best Wishes HOBBS PARSONS CG. 157 Quality Youll Nevvr 1 Forgvl I CHALLENGE CREAM G BUTTER ASSN. INOI lxlnry Slrc-rl Fri-sno Pllonc 4-2057 1 -':: 2 THE BQYS' sToRE , 15. J. Hoff A J l250 FULTON , H -.I1U0l'j'f'ITIlQ flllll Boys Vvear Sports - Casual - Ikuflr Xwvar Pllone 3-T024 Fresno V555 Fullon Dial 4-1161 S . Up Fresno, California Pre-n Uulrow Ed llaxllinan ' uHanl4" Clwalcmalc Ned Dalcna BEN DUTROXV, Inc. ITIS Fulton Slrc-Ol Pllone 2-215 Fresno, California BON TON MILLINERY lxlrs. Josopll, Prop. 1254 Fullon CENTRAL CALIFORNIA plmonf- 3-002l COMMERCIAI. COLLEGE 158 Frmno Cqmomill Fresno nncl L Sires-ls Phone 4508! Q Q Girls-When You Graduoie n STEP HIGH! If you plan fo work when you gradu- ale, don'f iusf :hp oul of school. Slip Hlqll lo a Telephone Company Job! Telephono work is mon lhan "iuxl a lolz" -Wx work al' excellenl' pay. ll"t inloresling worl you'll raally like- wifh a line fufure .... The Telephone Company will lrain you and pay you while you learn .... Drop info our employmanf ollice and ialk if over. Friendly employmenl' advisors will be glad lo discuss felepluone worl Will! you af H55 Van Ness, Fresno, Calif. 4 SCC MII. Huld TH! PACIFIC TILEPHCNI AND TILEGIAPH COMPANY OLYMPIC PAINT STORE Fasliion Trond Colors Hflliampion of ll1em alln Figurines Paints and Pmruslies Vvallpaper lor llie Home lvlake The Oll Van Ness Plione 7-1096 Fresno, California Your Downtown Home Fresno's Wedding Florist I446 No. Van Ness ' Fresno Plmonc 3-3562 Niles, 2-4956 Gil Chase Banquets Parties Dances PALM-OLIVE DRUG Special Occasions C. M. Janney 302 Olive Ave. Phone 2-2l49 Fresno. California 159 "Tha, LUUCHJ VVE COOL ANYTHING REFRICERATION CENTER S Phone 5-7371 ,y JM. 2 xo .ALSTRQM 5 VVIEBES CGLLEGE PHARMACY lx . D Four Prescription PililIl11HCiSlS ' W 1429 N. Van Ness Piione 3-2127 I M Fresno, California SX LE Moss 1 SMITH A- ' N TIRE CG. Q 5:5 .s'.:2:'A:.:'.d:':,'::,.':,":: ' .. -3. . B':l:'?o':lg" The Rubber Wien 701 Blackstone Fresno, California Distributor of General Tires Kraft System Recaps Batteries Seat Covers 1625 Broadway Fresno. Calif. "A gift Im Pat?" HA ring, a waIcI1. said AIIyn Io Jay. or fl siIvf-r tray?" QI10 me , 1 af: UWIICIIICI' sil er or ol , I orolCI1 iw' A hi I if H i, I, ili' o J l' I W MIM W W WADE THE JEWELER IOUT Nluripum I I n Cnlilmnm IXIEITLIIITPI XVMIO I.lu'ns .XIIx'n Ixlcfnrliwy Class ol 'SI Class ol '3I III' I'-rif'l11IIy I'-rogjggil' Silyil c4UllLfI'alIlIImIIIlHlN nncI Inls ol' I.llt FOR In III1- C'I..w UI I030-I FINE BOOKS ClRIiIiN FROG? MARKIQII' 2000 Yun Nvw IIIUI. Ijlmm' 04,333 O . 4 3 N 'I IIIL S. K. SMITH C0 Compliments 3260 W-sr 104111 S1 I ABC PRINTERS I Los Angeles 43, California "Longtime Plinlvr to Fresno High School" 265 Blnclcslone Phone 2-7768 I I6I we f f WZ + M Rag1e's P1'lHTIHaCY We Deiiver 3141 Paim Phone 7-3639 Drugs --1 undri Foun W ' Q JM' Jmf Meat -1 Fish --1 Poultry SLATER FURNITURE 3231 Iglgjjjt COMPANY 1476 N. Van Neil Ph. 3-4620 Quality Furniture at Reasonable Prices Fresno 4, Catifomia ' ESTHER M. B050 906 Van Ness Phone 2-8417 I Corsets - Lingerie - Robes California Hotel Buiiciing 2042 Kern Street Phone 2-8670 Fresno. California ACME BUTANE 5- APPLIANCES Complete Home Appliances Henry C. Haar A. L. "Gus" Haar Office Phone 3-6249 Home Phone 4-3827 North 99 Highway at W. Princeton Ave. Fresno, California 162 ,WWWL V T FRANK VJ. SANDERS COMPANY Your Dope-nrlnlmlc Use-cl C ar Dealer 3000 East Tulare 1 Plione 0-SIOI i'rcsno, California STEWART CLEANERS Since IOIO As good as the best . O College Shopping Dislricl CONGRATULATIONS M05 N. Van Ness AND BEST WISHES FROM BELMONT DRY GOODS And Ready to Wear O I Tcleplronr- 2-'i6I2 307 Blaclcslone Fresno, California Compliments of NEELY'S JEWELERS Phone 4-0391 1061 Fulton I63 Hay-Grain-Feeds Tlxis Owl advertising scxiette puts its stamp ni approval on HILCO brand feeds. kix W S31 -so O Eggs J. B. HILL Co. was S Q 515 N th "H" St t Ph 3-2281 1 or ree one STILLMAN DRUG CO. Fountain-Lunch Cameras-Film Cosmetics Greeting Cards I 2001 Van Ness Blvd. Phone 3-4219 Fresno, California Good Luclc to tlte Class of '51 BIER'S YARDAGE Gifts -f Patterns -- Notions 145' Olive Near Palm Palm Clive Restaurant 228 Olive Ave. Food You Will Always Remember Compliments of HALEYS FLOWER SHOP "Artistry in Flowers" Telegraph Delivery Service A.-J. Haley H. H. Haar 909 West Belmont Plione 2-9740 Fresno, California .IutIy. Dianne, Peggy. Snmlm. Katy, Palttiv, and anqrvv that tIn-rf' s :nothing Iilu- in Ilynnitluw ricIcI Buick PGFF BUICK, INC. Phone 4-3027 1547 Street Fresno 14, California CAMPUS SHCP Sportswear For Men and Young Men 1920 Echo-iopposite High, FRESNU TUNVEL CO. I.im-n Supplivs mul Iowvl Sf-rvicv I 1101151-'K ION' IIS-'fx 'JTO DS'-'VIIOVVCIS I Compliments of CAPITOL CLEANERS AND DYERS "Tire Home of Odoriess Cleaningl' 540 BeImont, Cor. of Echo Phone 4-3015 Fresno. Calif ARNOLD'S MARKET 113 Thesta Street Fresno, CaIifornia Frank Deckert Louis Arnold Meats Groceries 1248 BIacIcstone PARADISE 2 SUPER MARKET Choice Groreries -- Vegfelnlmlvs Don's Selevteci lxleats 5726 Blackstone Phone 7-2532! Open 7 days a weelc, including' lioliciays Best Vvislies to E -l Ph - the Class of '51 f HMO L 10 one 2 4433 Tune Up-Front Vvlmeel Alignrr from a member of J 0 Motor Rebuilding tile Class of '50 ' Tropical Fish Bocly and Fencier Vvorlc-lfpaint 1 A lypeig of Birds-'Parrots Carburetor ancl Electrical Specia V Cn s and Foods , 7 , , 14-0 ,miles and Fug! Phone 2-7262 Qc! f' 1 Hilll nspecled Ho s l leant 732 Vim Ness Fresno f I s ' ,X , I Som 5 for ur a 7 K ll ' I g lov Lin rl Muni ' ' s ' o PARTS LUFTENBURGS fy, Phone 4-5531 Plxone 2-1296 Auto ti Parts and Accessories 101 East Main Sg, 357 Fulgon SL Visalia, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Pilone 255 1310 Van Ness snvnvlows JEWELERS C""1"'MS of WM PAUL CHEZ NV. NV- ligllfll Simmon Fresno Loan and Thrift Corp. 0 I Offiw Pl ififir- o-lim Rf-side fife e Phone 7-4810 1925 Ffesno St- Phone 57188 217 Helm liuilcling Fresno, California Fresno' California 166 -Liv - ,- U Wh I Q ug? P 771 'ff'5ll ' ' Iflf'S ll OS C ' Isle MV H 05: fo pat R9 !0 vlni v xml. Sur an , dilgilwe' . lily V Joh o . rn o ' .. nn s. Av Pho nr 'no fx ifor Q X16 9 0 fl Af A O Q ww l ,f Y Betty Shoppe ' A o o J ' 6 ' ist il, t SUM! lggs tock of Bicycles ' Vallejww Fashionable Apparel wi te ,oil f 0 Re ? riCes0,,,1!"0' M ' Q , ' . LS, J. 1228 Fulton Street orwnlk I ne Fresno California 1 o 5-5621 ' Q W My W I 1 W L WTVIILLERQQDRIGYQ9 No. 3 Olive Phone 4-5037 PRESCRIPTIONS BRUCKNERS Q jiaflwni, k 3 3235i , , P U M P S I-ulum Sum nl Tuolumne 'lbY05gm1'551', ,X gf FKESNO,CALlF 167 Specializing in Shoes for 1,19 4 Younger Set E H B L6 TWO STORES IN FIESNO H55 FULTON ' 725 OLNE Good Shoes for the Entire Family Since 1906 gg CALDERVVOODS PRINTING CO. ECI. M. Calclerwood, Prop. ' ' 0 Fine Letter Press Printing O 4 . I l Prompt Service - Reasonable Prices . eq . jf x X l - V 2508 Tulare Phone 2-8217 n - Bags--Gloves Lingerie Hosiery Yardage S 'Wm 00, NEAIQS SILK SHOPPE m4 :umm Flngsggfsbyfli rn. 4-ssas Phone 2-0825 Plume 2-5627 H """ 4 V" f"" """' X 1258 Fulton 905 Fulton Fresno Fresno Congratulations to tile Class of '51 PCdCFSCDS JCWCICTS Vvntclies, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware 3rd Floor, H-elm Bldg. Phone 4-2152 Ace Serviceu inc. O Fresno's Largest Recapping and Commercial Tire Center O Q 5. VV. Corner Ventura ancl Broadway Fresno, California usince 1926" COCHRANS i385 Palm ljllone 6-3586 F Locally Owned ancl Operated i4ll5 Norlll vein Nvss I V57 Van N1-ss l0'50 Milflill N EASTERN ' dal Y Apparel for Lad and Lass -J ' A .1 1039 Fulton Clfllllvll Slillt? Isiililllgf CO. Junior Arcounls invited A Trilmulc lo If vnu -pill.--I l'Rl-ISN!! i'AMlfll.-X ICXFIIANGIZ lil'-rl' llll YIIIIV lN'1'illl5l' suil vuulxl Lulu' il illlllilllllg is iusl aus ln lln- Ill'illll'TN lllllillliillli lu mul ln ilu- Coffin pirlurm' lrulclur-r'-a unsl il lnliing as llu- illil lllilkfi lil'llN1' IHUINW' l'KIl09llH' lllnl ull:-r you mul um- Kxf DNV nl..- tnlw pi: lun-s llu- l'I I1 YI fl l'lNlSl llxfi plmr- lo lmw' lin-nu lurm-ml mul lny lla is ilvvvlupwl iw in ilu- ilu- mlywlu-iv Fresno CHIHCFH Exchange 2037 lwle-ru-ml Slrcvl llllonc '2-M09 ill 1 Oulslancling Class 169 F353 in , gi 'L .gg-. SHliIl.BURNE'S STATIONERY Slnlioncry ancl Office Supplies lxlunngvr mul flwnc-r: .luclc Sllellrumc 1051 lxluripom Telcplmone 4-5007 Congratulations PONTIAC Sixes and Eigiwts GM Hyciramatic Sales-Service-'Parts Aiciricii Pontiac HDollar for dollar you C0111 ima! a Poniiac 850 ULU Street Pllone 2-4185 fX K Congratulations to tile Class ol 1951 d C - an Q THE MERIT SHOPS Best Wis s XJ A nGir1s Look Lovely in Merit Froc1cs" from I J P1l0HC -162 Plmone - 7 IQ K 484 N0rt11i:u1toZ1 St. 1900 Ecliozije. w M JAVA IME . ! Mun ge Hanson Seed Store Herb 0 ris Frm-sno s 1..r-aciing Sccci, Cmrricn : - Sc , J e am 2?y Store S 1 Lunilfs ' 1 620 O1ivc O10 Van Ness 1918 Echo Tower Store Downtown Store I I C0 P 'ments Palm-Olive Family Store t I G t Clipped ' H at ' Clotlling for tile Vvllole Family f' JOE'S HAR R SHOP ' 1936 EC110 Phone 45220 312 Qiive Ave. Fresno, Calif. 1 CHINESE BAZAAR Time Cliinese Gilt Sliop Proprietor: Stephen Y. Wong I '2035' Kern Fresno, Calif. 170 1 Going lor n ricle is nice and C00l' , lilll wlml will il lme lilce wllen you uv! lmme? 'lqlw liousv will lme fool. lou, if il's insulalerl willi .lolms-lxlauwille Rm-I4 Xvool Valley Home lnsulation Co. lnsulnlion-Rooling!-Xvealllwrslripping -Koulslmrle- 3l'l Nllflll l:llll0lI lilione 3-3231 3'-W RUTII BROS. 'pa' Vw A XV1' lilly lls:-rl l:urnilurc-, llislws ' ' or . 5 Nlusl ,'Xl13'llliHL! Best Xvislws 7 'la-vlilxe Nlass ol '3l 1.23 "Cl" SlI'l'1'l Plmne 3-0623 ' lfri-sim. Cfnlilornia ' Starr s Ice Cream 2440 Clinton Opposite Ve:-leran's Hospilal FASHION CLEANERS ' 'llw llc-st Plnrv lu Talw Your Finer Cloillcs 405 N. lfullon Pll. 22185 ,B XS X Complimenls of X QDW erin :ine Us Cars XJ xx-J Ufslanl islmer Q q B W N . ' .l ,xl Y ' l20l-I200 Nortlm Fresno Street l:lHl llf ' PSIIO California Fresno, Calillgrnia lflllllfllflxl G COMPANY L .IEWELERS Xxbl-i Q Elfslulxlislmcl IOII six l XM ,- 'Q Silber lleaclquarlers lor Towle- lnlernalional fiorlmln l.unl Xvnllau e llc-irloom R4-1-rl ii' llarlon Nvalson ll-13 lfullmi Sire-el Teleplione 3-3726 l'I'l'SIl0. Calilornia l7I BEAUTY CULTURE is FUi.L-TIME EMPLOYMENT A lisp ENROLL NOW FOR NEW CLASSES ' it Mr. Federico will personally teach you personality hair 1 A - - ' AA, cutting and permanent waving. 1 N xv' Gul Q fflf luntcs. herc's your opportunity to loam Beauty Culture- f,., 0 nl' ilu- most sunsiyiug ol vocalic A lrum talcnlecl. cxpcri cncc cl instructors. Conn- and talli with our h-af-lu.-rs. See Fresno! most mo xl A, .fs..,.,l. Y.,u um cufn while you num! wnous ' QM' FRESN O BEAUTY COLLEGE Long 2037 Tuolumne V2 Bloclc East ol' Warner's Theatre Phone 6-I avr . Af? MALM FOOD CENTER 0' HULL BROS. XJR Choice Meats -- The Best in Groceries XJ Agp -A Selected Fruits and Vegetables JB PHONE 6-6225 07' 1591 PALM AVE. FRESNO, CALIFORNIA M fr! I "The Rinlc with a Personality" E may 7 . ' Roller Skating W A at the 7 ' ' ' ROLLA-TORIUM . f C9 Z2 If I 7 if America-:fs Favorite Sport , 4597! -64 X ' at . F Central Calilornia's Favorite Rin 6 2 5 GJ qs Q O z I x 92 ss s Now Training for the Next State and National Championships 2 R SJ Complete lnstruction in All Branches of Roller Skating ' V ? yi, Q Fresno Slcating Club Affiliated with National A. A. UPS 5 'A js J? 4? Rates to Parties-More Darnecl Fun ' 'J pg Q0 ' , A ' fm" Rex D. Jenson, Mgr. mf i624 "H" Street Phone 3-3894 Res. Phone 6-6273 172 4: Y y wrfvv vkf v f- I. ,N ,J V kk J-TQ lvmxafu X? 412, ,Ll D' 'LTYPVVQ B AA IAKQA. jj-jt'i-JlfLL,,1 -'VU-JVC, lfV"flrfvB2wf'XgdXa Q , it A ,time I 3 'f 41 Mr flslji' SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER - ,F WA . esno Ph. 4-5956 Q of as CP'-,:.::2.:.:v 3- Q 3 .118 in your clothes c . X C lm Ld 4 ' ,fff12u24,,,4- gmfw '7vt-gg. 711.1 henever you clean house, move, or buy something ' new, instead of throwing your discards away, telephone The Salvation Army. Your discarded clothing, ,M shoes, bedding, furniture, stoves, crockery, papers, radios K5 Q toys and electrical appliances are desperately needed by r 57ge The Salvation Army. The Red Shield trucks are constantly - 'Q serving your community, a call is all that is needed. Refcoff ' v member, "Your throwaways make work that pays." 9 ' Q1 of jj Telephone Fresno 4-5956 and have your i ' ,yn cast-offs picked up by The Salvation Army Q! may Red Sh s. fr ' by 0 Wg 4, ,wr - ,iron QW 09155 .,-J N , , 173 0 lv Sanklo Tl Ad Mbl C Allwri B. Bu . 2505 MCK F 5' 'gf FRESNO HIGH BIBLE CLUB gilt sm as wks RQ QQ ig NE ADl0 Kigi WBFWQ gg SK , , L to A ww Saw Sigimii W AQ 1 1' ' I 1' .f I 4 L ' ff , If 1 v, A' ji! yy J fbi., q P 5,1 M , I-'ly .Baljinktgfgar Co. E 1 V V fir1el:Usqil!Cafsj I If I .ff '- , . I . 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Pi ,vs Ky W ' J A -QM fx QQBQQJYMY MN Q X XX UPHOLSTERING STUDIO 5 Sig """'5:f1:.f.!::'1,i:,:'.:i:::f-""'f cg S t 7 I Norlh F I Near Olive G S Q X Q 3 Ph 2 93 F XX I76 Your Store for ilu' Finer Tl RODDERS 037 Mariposa Slroet I Rocldefs Mademoiselle -- Slices--Ready lo Xvear f gps if i Avy, ,rl IH X "You k A , ain't tasted , QA lv 5 KJ b notlwin' ' my w Wea? , in KIST HQHOCOLATE ' . fo ' SOLDIER M ' QL lj C Serve HOT or Cold 9 W , Boiled by jd' ' Lili? IST B XTTLING C J, 6 Fresny- 'ulare -1 Bakersfield . 1 f , X 'Q My iff' . lily Famous for Over 50 Years Ni gy Ng E Wy anish Creamery Butter ancl N9 xx XQ A A y Danish Creamery Evaporatecl Milk gx X gm R OW? DANISH CREAMERY ASSOCIATION S Chowchilla Fresno Riverdale 5 wg 177 l E OSL . 27' Vhwjdm. 7fz,Mvw : iw gffdioa WW W . Ame , arg l dn . Lo rirmi Car - Q w 1 if S12 'im ,ki 'Him fx, hw Nr: 17. 31 RUDMAN CHEV OLET Co. '25, Af.: Passenger Bldg.. ix C mercia1:B1c1g. sy' .-Qm,.g!1'.qZ 1400 Van Ness Avenue F. 'U 510 1nl1QMP EK xi W wl,1Lvf'lQ 0 iii XSHAFX US R BARKERS FURNITURE f- , 1' Degafment Store X ' -f' W' N A. 26 Fuilon SL 1001 Broadway A J X Fresno, Caiifornia 'NX Y H. . I X . X Your Charge Acrount Inviteci 13515 1 W-f . JV A' ff-al! ,lLQf5'Al4"N LJ W men1s 1 S g or U Q 1123 Fuiton Street xi , K Q Fresno,Ca1i1ornin rvc. Seven CO' X Q 'vu' 1 X Esmlilislwd 1807 j Uk jyimlji 5 Q C. 1V1. Warner, '17 13 l ' 178 'HZ xg! THE BAND BOX 1213 Fulion Phone 2-9707 pn-srnhzz An uuklnnriimg full:-rlilm of Spurtsw:-nr KIl'SiQllf'll 'spvriuiiy in plvnso 1.11141 iii, llu- "Campus Miss... X. , A . is means-Advanced Styles in Q K 9 Dresses-Newest Fabrics 0 Active Sports-Amazing 'T ' 9 Blouses-Vvonderfully Washable 9 Swim-wear-Figure Flafiegx - I 9 Skirts--Fabulous Colors i iw Condits Floral arfwift Stor Q X A The Finest in FI? a ' X west Vvishes to the tx for Q N hx XX X . Class of '51 Friends and Loved Ones Phone 4-4707 '50 1305 Fulton 1826 Van Ness ' M S N JQAQUIN BAKING Q If lt's 2 'I 'X' kr!! 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