Fresno High School - Owl Yearbook (Fresno, CA)

 - Class of 1952

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Sm in fs' A I E 1 e F W g,lL m 555, -gv:-.5 , .Wg 1, W, .. :imap ,Q x" A? 5514 f 4 aw K i ., J f i ' M ,Q '7 5- i x i 'UI is long, and time is flc-vtivlgu'-1 Xvillain llmsu walls all beauty lies, To quote tim line is hardly cllenlingf For L-yas mul cars--and tongue Iilecwise! WMM., my MQW. 1 . fkfwfwsg ummm ,,. J-ian-as-nu. my awww-nm ,. f uw wmw0w1w Qf' Ywfxs FOREWORD The stay? of the 1952 Owl has endeavored to hring to you all the Warrior achieve- nients for the year. I f, at some future time, p you inay chance to hrowse through these pages anal are reniinalezl of the pleasant memories of our days at Fresno High, our aiin will he happily realizecl. WMJQ Dedication For the honor he has hrought to the School of Champ- ions hoth as a Vvarrior and a chief, For the excellent debate teams hringing glory to Fresno High uncler his tutelage, For his leadership as sponsor of the Senate. For his sympathy and understanding of student prob- iems as class sponsor, For establishing a splendid system of Financing the Owl, Vve, the students of Fresno High, affectionately decli- cate this 1952 issue of the Owi to WADE HAMPTON SAWYERS r EDWIN C. KRATT ERWIN A. DANN Superinicncicnl oi Sciwois Assistant Supcrinlcncicnt in Cixargc oi Secondary Education FRESNO CITY SCHOOLS e o 0 Aelnnnxstratlve Officers BOARD OF EDUCATION ARTHUR L. SELLAND, MARGARET R. ROBINSON. DEAN JAMES N MALLOCH, GEORGE VV. TURNER, GERALDINE R. NVHEELER LAWRENCE E. TODDHUNTER J. C. TROMBETTA Assisinni Supcrinlcncicnl in Cimrgc oi Assislani Supcrinlcnricnl in Cimrgc oi Eiculeniury Education Business Services ! VVAYNE HENDERSON Vice-Principal ENID HIGGINS FERNE FARVER Registrar Dean of Girls COUNSELQRS Bernice Olney. ElllCl Stllljblcficld, Holly Huwsmun, Ixliclmcl GEORGE HOLSTEIN Principal d I O O A nnnlstratlon lllilyCl' KJCFVUSC ECliCIll'DCl, JEICIC lX'1UlkCy. .P- J 4 1 S e s 3 5 Y 1 2 E f 2 s V , w. . ff:g?f'i- . ffilsf' --M 3: - 2? ffm. jew, 4 PMGSEMSI K W 5 im S? V. Faculty PAUL THIELE KATHERINE VANONCINI Office Staff HAZEL TUCKER VERNON XVALKER FLOYD NVOODFIELD EVELYN STERIOS 'TREVA GOTTHARDT PAT TYLOR JOHN XVARREN ELIZABETH XVILEY DORA ROSSI DOROTHEA ROGERS Q! KX Q0 NW! me f A A QVWQILHQIIII , fllllwfll. 1 I H E253 EH yr Iliff 1 '72-1112? .id 'W i L.. 4 ! BB H5 A1 A" -MQW' 5 52 fs 5 5 5 it E A lg ,Y H ee: mf 52125 X, Y pf Q .Www Q. iii? if NX , , M15 6,3 ,sex Q 5 1 Q A. Fix ll W .um fn Q E 2 I ! i Q E ? if i s 2 3 5 Q S 1 9 2 E Q 2 5 fs M 3 n Z 2 R 2 E 5 'I I . I A 3 rv .Q ! IE s E ?F Q 2 Mlfchell Jack Moore Ronnie Moore Howard Morrell? Dm-q M94-eng OWL BUSINESS STAFF The Credit for financing the 1952 Owl is given to MARILYN CHRISTENSEN, sales manager, and ALBERTA STEINI-IAUER, room salesman. They are very reliable and will- ing to Work. They always devote extra time to their work on the Owl. BAND HARRIET SAPPENFIELD, piccolo and flute section leader for two years, .UNI CRQOKHANI, baritone section leader for three years, and RAY RICHARDSON, drum major this year, have an played in the Fresno High School Band for four years and have held offices in this organization. a Oneio OFFICE Four years of efficient service in lime Fresno High office has marie SABRA BUTTERS and BETTY LEE GINSBURG tilrougiiiy familiar wilix every pilase of our office proceciure. Tiiese girls have also operaleci tile switci1i9oarci court- eousiy and efficientiy. Cliff Roysfon Denms Rube Wynema Rufherfard Donna Ryan Mary Ann Ryan William Sabo 3? i 5 -his if . M ., ,,, ,,. - , q ,- -, ---Y ---- --- ..v-...--. Walier Torosiun Carol Tresh-uil Suzanne Van Allei ART ROXIE BELL, an inteiiigeni, talented, and reiiaiaie girl, has worked on time Gwi Art Staff for two years. Xfvoricing along with her were CLIFF ROYSTON and MABEL PETERSON. Niaiyei has clone excellent work in costume de- sign and painting. Cliff did the lining Sl1C6fS- and tile pencil Work for the 1952 Owl. E, :fc 51 5 25 2 iw J. A SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Judith Abbott Thelma AI1CiTCNN'S Eidonna Biggs Richard Bruce Curtis Bunch Aihert Burgard Myron Butier Gioria Ciaric Denise DeTar Vernon Duncan Ronald Dunkin Donald Erickson Verion Hendrix Frank Hodges Sharei Johnston Niichaei Niasters Eari Miles Vviiiiam iviiiton John Napoietano Paui Nixon David Price Byron Pretzer Bruce Rankin Margaret Rheinhoid Terry Scharton Clayton Stetfensen Waiter Shaw Claude Thomas Arieen Tingiey Frank Vviiiard Donaid WTCH OWL Niany Fresno High Warriors have had the pleasure of being snapped hy WARD ZEL- HARTS camera during his three years on the staff. Vvarci ciimaxed his Work by Winning the post of editor in his senior year. ALLEN VVHEPLEY joined the staff of the '52 Dwi as cameraman. He has done a difficult assignment very weii. DONNA RYAN, the efficient typist with a smile, has been very vaiuaiuie as assistant editor and typist. i othaii Bruce Rankin w'nner of time Harry Coit Katrme Currie, queen of the 0 I e Tom Hyde. Red Cross inoy of the year. carnival. football award. Y'kX.'-.f.-www.Jmww.f-.w,.,ivw.,-: .--- im:M.a....aw..f-as., - - .. xr. 5, . , .7 .,. . . as., ,.i..,........s M- , M.,-...avr-4. ., J Mgraip taiwan-w1.rv-snisyfvnxw-Wi1fvW.'-awww::' -'raw-"-'---Y---'--- I ' l C ass of 1952 FALL OFFICERS Curl Bm-alwz-ll. Ihlv Hall. Slrirlvy Arrliilmlil. Ursula lfnulinn Alilfgfflfiq Vvesl. SPRING OFFICERS Pele Lcrnpcsis, .lim Eirlmilmorgfrr, Gloria Vvinmr, lxlvi Lan Eng. SPONSORS Donna Gill. Aileen Ellis and Bruce lvlecmtea '32 nu-nilnvrs slarl worli on llic lnnnutiliul prom wliicll tlxcy gave Alilcr long lmurs ol work llic daisy chain nears completion. in llxc-ir junior year. Class of 1955 FALL OFFICERS Barstacl, Klccrup. Smith, Miller, Hersh. i i SPRING OFFICERS FiFSt TDNVI Plih0lT1pSOI'l, BIOSSCF, Krous. SCCDDCI l'OW2 Benson punsors, Louise Hamilton and Eric lxlitchcll. Scarborough, Rcnning. An enthusiastic group of juniors advertise their class play. QL., I Q E fi 5 S 2 Wfflef 'ha H-xx iam! 5, ., 6 ,fa 1 7, :ww '32, I' ,425 .Q ,W V. V V-1 if Ax aw , . hmm W. M 4llQ'i't'R'147l191!i'4V'R' Muavmwmwvs Mmm-.man we sewqmwun :W 'wan any VA Q mmm H' we , ew ig x E 24 3 S . 5 if 4 eg 4 Q ,M .Y M . 90 ff? 5 Q5 xy f Si Class of 1954 First mw: Ryan, CIIGTSIIHE, Xvnyfe. Second row Moore, SCIIWHYZ, SCTPH. CIZISS U I . FALL OFFICERS Fore, Blevins, Nance, Harris, Hand. Sponsors, JACQUELINE COLTERJOHN. ROBERT SOULE lllc Xvurriurs. 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X ' Lien ai' 5 .5 New ii 5 2 ,1 E si 5 Z i 5 s Y u fx E1 Ya Y FALL SEMESTER Student Body Sponsor, WAYNE HENDERSON JAMES PALMER GEORGE M ACE President Vice-President Bob Hall CLIFF ROYSTON Commissioner of Finance CQRLISS ARMSTRONG KEITH JEWELL Commissioner of Atliietics Commissioner of Delnute Bev lsenlaerg Boln Green Clycle Vvorlcmon Dicli Pace Pat Dillon Bill Blevins .lon Barstacl Jane Kleerup WILMA DUPUY Secreiury APPOINTED EX-COMMITTEE FALL SEMESTER Dicli Kylbcrg Margaret VVcsl Pele Lempesis Pliil Conley Hal lvlinuglx Larry Heliiclc Ward Zcllwart Carolyn Helm Carolyn Powell Sllannon Vvong , JEAN GATES Commissioner of Social Aff 1 , F 1 Student Body S SPRING SEMESTER BOB HALL CLYDE WORKMC Vice-President , Presicient MARGARET WEST Secretary APPOINTED EX-COMMITTEE J Gloria Vvimcr Don Bi0SSCl' Virginia Kraus Greg Ryan Diane Niourc Teri Slocum Ann Leonarci Jean Gates Boim Green Hai iviinugil JIM PETROPOULGS Yell LCUCICY I cte Lcmpesis SPRING SEMESTER Ward Zciiiarl Pilii Conley ivlarlin Tcmpic Russ ixfiilcilcii Jim Palmer Dick Kyiiucrg Ncii Morrison Jim Cooney Jiii Taylor iii EHILLOHISLHIP LYNNE FONTAN Gloria Kimi Commissioner of Social Aff: PETE LEMPESIS JQHN YANKEY Yen Leader Commissioner of Athletic: fi ii JUDY MARCHESE Vice-President MARGARET WEST Secretary BEVERLY ISENBERG Girls' League Sponsors, FERNE FARVER, ISERNICE OLNEY, HOLLY HOXVSMON, ETHEL STUBBLEFIELD. Presfclenf DONNA OILL DOROTHY JOYAL rFl'0ClSUl'Gl' Treasurer DORIS FINKENSTEIN Vice-Prcsirlvnt JEAN GATES President JEAN SCHILLINGS Secretu ry CLYDE. VVORKMON Vice-President BOB HALL Secretary BOB GREEN preside!!! Boys' Federation sponw,-, WAYNE HENDERSGN I lqhree dudes harmonize in western style. A group of boys pnnkominc "Dangerous Dan 1VIcGrew." Steel guitars lliglxliglmt llxc wcslcm songs played by llue luilllnilly band. 1 1 VVARD ZELHART JANE KLEERUP DONNA RYAN K Editor Assistant Editor Associate Editor Owl Editorial Staff Sponsor MARGUERITE HARBERS Sue Greene. Alan XNIIICPIBY, and Art Arnoff check a picture schedule lacforc starting F on a busy clay, IDENTIFICATION STAFF Nancy Greenfield, Marilyn Nlerkel, Nelda Harvey, Joyce Charshaf. 2' is ' f 9 Af'- k , 5. WWW.: , pg e- 1 A.. X is 'wzigefi' 'W .Wgf may A -fqvfxgj . 'Sis RM gmflggiwrmfii W i I iq-A ff 7,,, , if 3 ,- A '-'. Nay 'IY2 2' V, -:A 1 f 1-fb ,gl':Lf'4 - M, gig A ,. 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All School Play "GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE" Couch, BRUCE MECARTEA People slioulrl cater to rich relatives if tliey clesire to profil in tlie emi. Q Tile mode ot transportation in George XNIElSl1il1gl0Il'5 time. mis is a line example ol lmw to trc-nt tile younger generation. Senior Play THE LATE CHRISTGPHER BEAN Coach. BRUCE MECARTEA Abby tries to laid the group farewell. but isn't successful because they are too busy viewing the paintings of Christopher Bean to notice her. ' Dr. Haggetl states that his wife and ciaugtmler cannot go to Florida, ment with Dr. Haggett. Abby gets the worst part of an argu- The three gentlemen from New York nre Abby comforts Susan after entranceci by a Christopher Bean original the destruction of her boy painting, frienrfs sketch. 1. 4 f Y 2 SJ ,f 5531'- f' ,A wwf' 3 Xvnrriur cleclricians work on a Iigllling problem. Production Sponsors, BRUCE NECARTEA. JOHN CRAIG The make-up staff transforms pu- pils into Biblical clraraclers, Stage crew gels ready to work on the ropes. N The stage set in the hands of these young characters nears com letion P Production The Fresno High make-up staff transforms pupils inio clmraclcrs of make believe. V ,sf if X W SU S A M ' 2 siqwgziziz if l fmwiiil? ,113 s xx m 4' f ff 4 , Q5 Q 4 ws' S 'Y Student Court Sponsor, HAMPTON SAWYERS Judges, Clyde Nvurlunon, Howard lxtorelli, Phil Conley, Roxio Bell, and Beverly lsenlyerg malce u decision. ' Caroline Helm, Cleric ot tlle court. swears in , witness, Sue Greene. Corliss Armstrong orders Boi? Green, luailitt, to talce deiendant, Judy lvlarcliese, into custody. Caroline Helm, clerk: .lean Gates, assistant clerli: .ludy lxftarclmsc, assistant rlcrli: Bob Green, lJailitt: Corliss Armstrong, district attorney: Clyde Vvorlimon, associate justice: Roxic Bell, associate justice: Plmil Conley, clniet justice: Beverly lsenlaerg, associate jus- tice: Howard lvlorelli, associate justice. :i J- . , uu1e, , it mrzm,.,m,z-sen' V formagv.zu,,1-1s1t.sf,.usunes.mnw:':1ilt1s1ium - H f- f fe 1-Q - K f r p 5 if, ,y Y 5 : Q ax,-1 J-uf 33, K, - - 1 I ' fi -r ifgf , ,V I iii! Q sem nm- wsu-wwf www, Q .1 EES 7 0 on cog 'N 5 Hypalias nmiic plans for coming events. Q Hypatla Founded 1918 Sponsor, EMILY ANDERSON The purpose of the Hypatia Club is to familiarize its members with tile use of parliamentary law, to gain facility in debating, to promote an interest in civic questions, to acquaint them with the autiiors of good literature, and to promote sociaiuility among' time members. Eirjt row: Sprague. Kiraly. Stanovicii. Bennett, Beeson. Xvuiif, lnaiun. Second row: Nikiaus, Grccnficici, Hacisaii, Rogers, Snow ut er. I--I -' .,fm' .1ttfagvgimlf17 xvl ax.1.ip55.1 W, ' Meinimers oi' time Portia ami Senate ciuins imiri their annual debate. H Portia Founclecl 1915 Sponsor, EVELYN MOODY Portia Club. time oiciest giris' ciub in Fresno High Scidooi, was founded in Nlarcim, 1915. Tile membership is limited to forty girls wiio meet Wednesday after sciiooi for literary, forensic. and sociai activities. The traditional annual calendar caiis for a Mothers' Tea, Portia-Senate Debate, a Portia-Hypatia basketball game followed by a dinner, a Xmas basket project, a Portia-Senate swim and picnic. and a dinner for graduating Portias. First row: Renning, Breciic-nritige, Pipes, Hzinipurson, BVICIJUIIENIILI, Xvung, CTUICIIIUII, i.m-anvil, ixieyrfrs. Suppcniii-ini. Second row: iiersii Joiilnson, Gray. Balmer, Nlniicas, Anderson, Drciunci, Bailey, Kraus, Third row: Stems, Nicriiei, Steiner, Armstrong, Vawter, Beauioier, Bz1r'cr. . - inn .Q fi un unw1zumm, sxwws-J,-in cm 45. Two Senate members discuss an important point at their annual cieimtc- witir Porlins. Senate Founded 1889 Sponsor, DONALD MENKE The Fresno Higil School Senate is the oiclest organization of its kind in time United States. Its purpose is to offer its members a general knowledge of public speaking, to promote interest in topics of the iiour, and to develop time qualities desirable for leadership in school and in life. First row: Temple, Niurray. Fries, Marte. Royston. Hciiicii. Sevonmi row: Sprague, Fnriu, Cruoiiiium. Chong, Blevins, Vvoriunon, Nlain Cooney. Howard, Biggers, Third row: Nlcnice. Hail. Armstrong, Ganiats, Berlin, Stone. ivlitcireii. Conley, Harris, Kyiiverg. l i Junior Statesmen concluct a lively debate on a timely topic. Junior Statesmen Founclecl 1941 Sponsor, DAVID IVIETZLER Tlme Junior Statesmen seelc to interest young people in professional statesman- sllip. The fundamental objects are to learn to govern efficiently, and togovern to the loest interests of time people. Members of tllis chapter stucly parliamentary proceclure, debate bills, ancl local government. Tlley also enjoy social affairs. row: Lorton. Slocum, Shirlc, Glalm, Frolww, Germain, Blevins, Yenlilc. Scconcl row: Bonrloc, Jepsen, Ricliert. Jucly. Kesse anion. 7a,sil 1aw1 ---mm ,- . 'wine' 1+ wtarfw usfJmmw v as:m Nic-mtwers imve tiwir protwtems imrti slngv. Theater Workshop Founcieci i930 Sponsor, JOHN CRAIG it is the purpose of tileater woricsimop to provide an opportunity for stuciy of time elements of theater that are not a part of tide curricutum, to offer participation in dramatic production, and to encourage irienciiy exctrange of ideas among stage Woricers. First row: Vincent, Thompson. Carstons, Alien, Simmons, Kay. Sciioem-r, tionsli-in. Vtftxile, ijugsiy, Second row: Tipton, Craigiicuri Downey. Swanson, Meyers, Joyai, Niiciaus, Anctcrson, Lima, Tiiirct row: Boucir, M. Topper, Hunt. VVaitrip, Bcciweti, Sctliager Vvortiltey, Kraus, Finicenstein. Fourth row: C. Tuppcr. Litton, iinrris. Vvnrner, East. Dance-rs, in a gay mooci, romp iiirough time Boogie Square. Wagon Wheelers Founciacl i949 Sponsor, JACK FIULKEY The Vvagon Xviwceiers is a ciuio organized to encourage the enjoyment of international folic and square ciances, lo iieip promole a spirit of friendship and tolerance among tire slucienls of Fresno High and of oliier sciioois, and lo represent Fresno High Sciiooi at many puiuiic activities tlirougii exhibitions. irst row: Giii, Seavcr, Evans, Suurimrougii, Gales, lscniacrg. Gnoci, Currie. Sicopp. Ryan. Secnnci row: Armstrong. Pearson, Nlaynard. Wesl. cii, Patterson, Nvaiiier, Timmpson. Hyde, Tiiirci row: Poivaiio, Kyibcrg, Cummings, Hail, Vvarncr, Palmer, Berg, Zeiimri. A rmlio clulv mcmlivr spr-alas inlo llur' llllCI'0jJlIOY1f2 wliilc luis Colleagues olxserve tlnc snuml waves rec:urf.lccl on llu: lmnsmillf-r. Radio Club Founcteci 1948 Sponsor, SHERMAN HEXVITT The purpose of tlie raclio cluta is to promote interest in amateur raclio communi- cation, and lo llelp lmys get experience in opcrnling raclio equipment. lt is llopecl tliat ttle social uctivilylol worlcing' logcllier will lielp lo Llevelop well rounclecl personality. To Worlc together towards a common rause, ami to give ol time anri lalent lvavlsms one to forget sell-interest anti tliinlc of other people. First row: J. Harris, Wilsoil. Rogers, VVN6KORg Erickson, Gam, Sweet, Sulnlctle, Powell, Hvlzcr. Secnncl row: L, Hopkins, Wendell VVNGKOC: Cole, VVNGKMB: Buncll. D. Hopkins, Loclcllart, LaRue, Cain, Tliirri row: R. Harris, VVN6PKR: Armstrong, Block, Crnn more. VVNISKLU: Hewitt, VVGVVJI. m l-411' isilfyyfm-1 ,7,,: uu .WW-Q V' V' it i i ENGINEERS irfnginccrs climii nivonrci, all rcucly ior ai iicltl trip. Engineers Founried 1950 Sponsor, VERNGN WALKER Ttxe ciutz cieveiops ieacierstiip in speuicing and organizing ciuia activities, This practice is stlareci by ali meminers. Fieici trips to many engineering installations sucil as rounci tlouses, ilyciro-eiectric plants, and dams are unciertaicen to Si'10VV tile opportunities in time iieicl. Conservation nncl outcioor iiie are stressed in our activities. llfl FOW JHC mlm- Tiflfilfl- Bidwflll. Barker. Nvliatlcy, Scales, Hall, Sinucy, Spencer, Second row: Beaver, Borgardt, Xvarncr Qulibeli iey. Cummings. Third row: Kelly, Pearson, Dixon, Juriy, Cramer, Vvaiiccr, sponsor. Iroquois mcmlacrs nlispnnsc liol clogs aml colius at tlicir annual clancc. Iroquois Founded 1957 Sponsor, ERXVIN GINSBURGH The purpose of tlie Fresno High School Iroquois clulo is to encourage ancl foster atliletic activity in line scllool, lo liave its memlners talce part in all activities of the school for tlie betterment of tlle institution, ancl to promote many clifferent social affairs for the members ancl their friends. First row: Nicliolson, Gurrola, Hclticlc, Vvimer, Scliartun, Green, Palmer, Nlacc, Second row: Dalitian, Rankin, Conley, Yanliey, Jaclcson Deveccliio, Kyllacrg. Tl1irc,l row: Barstow, Lowe, Dorman, Nlccoy, Allarcl, Rcynolcls, Vvcnig. 1-,iw Maur fmiuslxs r-,Msnw Mingi.u i fr- , 1 . , M .,-as ,W:',iq:4 .1 ,,.. l1l'Cl!Cil Cillil lTlCllliJCI'S EIFC flliliiy YO! il DHHCI CiiSCUSiUll. Les Qu'est-ce iQue C'est Que Cecis Founcieri l9Ll8 Sponsor, NIARY .IO KIBIBALL The purposeof time Frencil ciuiy is to furtiwer tire understanding oi a group of peopieon a foreign soii. to encourage an interest in its ianguage, its iiterature, its customs, and its Contriinution to vulture. Tiie Frenciw stucients iaeionging to time ciuio are given an opportunity for activities witii a Frencim Hair and for practicai use of time ianguage tiiey are studying. First row: Sprague. Aiic-n, Viiixompson, ifmvr. Luntiquist. Fairciiiici, Xvuiii. Vviird, Reiriixoid. Si-cumi row: Strciifnrci, Niaiicaus, MililUi2l Rwnnf-is. Roiwrts, Rutiicriorci. Stearns. 'iiiirci row: Rue, Stevenson, Dsxnici, Daiicy, iViurpi1y4 mel!!! 1 is ,211 zs t 1Ni' :. K fllltll Kilt' IIIPIIIIVCFS pl'l'ltill'C Fill' lltltX'il' UTI IIllillF'l'iPS itll Czfflltilny. German Club Founclr-rl i950 smso,-. PETRA KUHL Time purpose of the German ctuio. is to promote a better understanding of time German customs. Das Deutsche Verein has been socially active during this year and its membership is increasing rapidly. It also gives pleasure to and builds morale for ati students belonging to the organization. Best of ati. it tmeips foster internntionat uncterstanciing townrrt time preservation of worlri peare. ilrt r s irc Hlfg, Austin, Niurpimy, Tromizvetta, Bittvrs. Kramer, Eng, Krum. Downey, Brening, Second row: Durimnn Player snr rey, Viiiincs, Vviiis, Beicien. Ttiirci row: Sciieid, RiC'flCfl, Vvenig, Cvtmrmicy, Schmidt, Linciegren, East. 1,g,1ggs1n ,wr mm 1111- wmv4 ifff:,ymmwmmwnul. fw.rifmfww1Q Spnnisln :lull entertainers put on sliil at annual clinm-r. Los Guerreros Espanoles Founflerl 1947 Sponsor, HAZEL TUCKER Los Guerreros Espanoles was eslalmlisliecl for tlie purpose ol gaining further knowledge of the Spanish language and creating a sympathetic unclerstanding of tile Customs ancl icieals of Spanisli speaking people. iX'lemlJersl1ip is open to students who have studied or are studying spanisli. This year's activity lias included pro- grams, projects. anfl social affairs. First row: Claypoul. Arrasmitli, Antoyan, Evans. Cunliilc. Kopp. Lallanowslci, Myers, Harvey. Xvarner, Camplacll. Second row: Breckenridge .lolmson. Berlin, Baldwin, lxflanuel, Horsclm. Oclis, Nlerliel, lxlillvr, Frm-lucrg. Tlmircl row: Vviebc, Bcnlfzow, Long. Berg. Akers, Orme. Bullock. Vvcgis, Pelron. 21W ik - First row: Sullivan, Hills, Bouiton, Hersii. Essicy,AForrcstr-r, F. iiiniv-i,Cntlc-t, L, innim, imwnii. Seromi row: Cilong, Quiiwcii, Biggc, Arm strong. Steiner, Kiccrup, Vawtcr, Doyle, Biggcrs. ,iilild row: Dorgun, Pierson, Rogers. Conley, Rumicicr. Xvinlcr, Cilitjiun, Barstaci, Quicl unc Founclefl 1947 Sponsor, ELIZABETH XVILEY Quid Nunc was organized to promote interest in Latin and to create friendships among the Latin students. it also plays up the role of Latin in the contacts of ciaiiy living and gives stucients the cilanre to learn about Roman life anci customs. Higtniigilting the yearis activities is time authentic Roman banquet. Reciining on First row: Nance, Eiiivrs, tianlqe, J. Hiniioi, Niaxwcii, Peterson, Curr-fmiiz-ici, Griiiom-, Arizuciiiv, Dorgan, ixicparianci, .i. inaim. Scconci row Cvreenc, Bcnlson, I52lilIllfTI', Siicitnn, Doane, Davirison, Hotriiiiiss, Kcitil, Kramer, Ryan. rl1ilil'Ci row: .,laC0iJSen, Bicvins, Haney, Coimin, GiUCI'ix Niurray. Kessel. Fine moctvrn Romans answering nQuo Vactisn for their tourttx ycar Latin course. Quicl unc couctwes, the guests, gartxect in togas. eat a tive-course dinner consisting of every- ttling natn ovo usque ad matan ttrom soup to nutst. First-year students act as slaves and participate in the traditional Slave Dance. The festivities over, ttxe patrieians depart in ttreir tlorsetess Chariots. white the taittlfut slaves gattrer up ttle debris. First row: Xvung. Karr, Cook, Gurtc-v, Xvang, Xfxyklffltfl, txt. Sllltttl, Barron, Xvattiur. Xvarner, Lurten. Second row: Riuvu, D, Slllitll, Jurgen- sen, Xvaigtxt. B. XVatsun, Artnms, Nlnrttand, Simms, Hartwirtl, Dntitgrcn, Third row: J. Xvatson, Du Bonnctlc, Hcnryson, Ttlomas, Hettifk Cowan. Brown, Barber, Lewis. Fourth row: James. Gray, Bremner. 1 rw V First row: Creiglnion. Krous. XAKIKITTKTH, Scariurougli, Renning. ixlrpnrluncl, Krum. ixfiallms. Roberts, Sullivan. Kay, Xvzmg. Second row: Scales Xviliis, Scoit, Vvieine. Siiellon. Kleerup. Xvesi, Pearson, Quilncll, Stearns, Kaiser. Tllircl row: Nlaclsen, Kessel. Xx'y0IiUll0ll, Ragle Niorrelli, Temple, Spencer, Spina, Xvicic. Moon, Sprague, Murray, California Scholarship Federation Founded 1925 Sponsors, JULIE JOHNSGN, NELL BARTLETT Tlie purpose of line California Scliolarsliip Federation is to losler a iiigimer slanciarci ol scliolarsliip anci iaroacler icieals of service on llle pnrl of slurienls. Tile motto of Elie slate society is Sclwolarsllip for Service, which lias been time aim of time Federation for the tiiirty years of its existence. iViemlJersi1'ip is earneci on grade linsl row: nigga-rs. GIiI,'flC'flllgl'f, liersll, Elilers. l'0rrcsler, Bnyil, li:lllllil'I'Sllll, iXivimuclr, ilmlm, Allen, follvl, bvvonfl row: Fries, Bonlsun. lsanln-rg, Bell, Clxarslml. Col:-man. Bcnnrrll, Anderson. Esslr-y, Hmlsfnll, Daniel, Jacoluson. riliirrl row: Greene. Gales. Clirislos, Gianopulis, Doane. Ballmer. Greenlielri. Jarvis. Havncr, Baldwin, Snow. Bigge, Dailey. Fourtll row: DuBois. Hcllericli. Gnnials. Cvarris. Davidson, Conley, llululxsl, Cummings. zwv .u-mf . lxic-inlmers leave lor time Clovis conference. California Scholarship Federation points, and a student who earns suCi1 memiuersilip two-tlflircis of tiwe semesters of senior iligtx school, one semester being in iris senior year, is given the lamp pin lay time student imociy as an awarci. N The state seal of tile Federation is placeci on his Ciiploma at graduation. Many college sciloiarsimips are offered to seal bearers at time colleges tlirougliout California. Cilapter 45C is one of time olciest chapters in the state and ilas had representation at all District and Regional conferences Wl'liCi'l are held each year. First row: Wong. Keeflqe. Clinrsiinl. Elilers, Essley, Wiycrs, iiuvnf-r, Amit-rsnn. Xvung, Scliiller, B1-nnf-It, iiersin, Kay, Sh-urns, Cnrrnlli S1-cuml row: liusiel, Anderson, Percival, Dnlilgn-n. Baldwin, Scnrlmronglu, Cnlvs, Br-ll, lscnlaerg, Slmrp. Griffin, Dailey. Xvillimns, Sawnln Third row: Greene. Haracia, Benlson, Ballmer, Ga-ringer, Christos, Doane, ljox, Croc-nliclcl, Barlmer. Harris, Nvorlcinon. Jewell, Haclsall Fourlii row: Kessel, Streiliiord, Percival. Fries, Riclwrl, Davirlson, Pierson, Avery, ljranier, iwurray, Jacobson, Maori, Ricco, Slocum. Fiitl row: Conley, Temple, Spina, wfmhwffffwfrwflf-farimmwwgmrwvmwrv:raw-ff,snrffrwrwmwmfv:sa,:.vf., vw ., su ' .g. . M ' l ...x,,.1,.-...a,,r,4.s.- - , - ,,,.a.,wff,.5wM...-'sw , , ,,,..f.1sW-w.7,,,,, L -4 M.,-..w4s-V..,1..,,,. First row: Horcll, Genflusa, Harvey, Krous, Grilionv. Englancl, Gillespie, Horacio, lfinlienslr-in. Gill. Soroxlel row: Hiclcinan, Fries, Ham lIl0l'ld, F. Hinliel, Hansen. lverson, Havner, Grace, Gray, Good, Tliircl row: Faircliilrl, Gerringer. i'llItC"lil'tSUll, .i. Hinliel, Horlge, Hills Goossen. Houston, Grvenllielcl. Fourtli row: Fielcl, Fontana. Hcrsll, lscnlyc-rg, Cates. Girls' Athletic Association i Founctecl 1922 Sponsor. MARGARET TYLOR Tile Girls' Almletic Association was lrormecl to promote a greater interest in athletics, sportsmanship, and leaclersliip. To obtain tliese objectives, after scliool tournaments in all major activities are promoted, ancl tlie organization enjoys many i:il'5I TOM! CllZlfSllilIl, BUSII, Dc bniilfilj, Iiillff, EiliCfS, AVilkiilI'l, CUffiC, EIIQ, BCIlllCi, ijllyli, C:filVVSUI'l. Scconcl IONVZ AIIGII. EilfSlCy', COIJUS B, Bowling, Dmnmn. Dmnron. Angelo. Drclnncl, Bell, Coyle, Carter, Berlin. YI-ilifd row: Carey, Brecliinridge, Beaulzier. Qrcigliton, Bowman Busiclc, Arnolcl, Arclrilnalcl, Dailey. Bertliin, Boulton. l:ourtl1 row: Crawford, Doane, Erclxnan. Casserto. Butters, Anclerson, CIEIIIIDIJCH, svximmafQxrmnl.g:,m1n.w, First row: Olson, McGehee, Miihahn, Kavanaugh, Kish, Leaf, Kcirn, Jacobs. Nance. Piaccnline, Ntcifenzie, Nicffiung. Second row: Leach, Hodges, Niiiier, Lahanas, Ochs. Manoian, Jantz, Kramer, Pierson, iVicNay. Third row: Johns, Nieiviiie, Owen, Nyciand, Johson, Keiton. Peterson. Jarvis. Fourth row: Norciholm, Olsen, Klecrup, ixfiarchese, Patterson, S. Johnson. Girls' Athletic Association sociai activities as weii. This ciuh is proud of its large membership varied sports and social activities, and its service to both school and community. in the G.A.A. awards are presented for participation rather than ahiiity, hut outstanding piayers are given certificates of merit. Therefore the enjoyment of piaying in sports, and not the award received, is a primary objective. ' First row: Vartanian, Sappenfieici, Tancredy, Schiliings. Stanovich, Staiiarci, Pitqer, Winner, Ryan, Sicopp, Sosso. VVarrcn, Warner. Second row: Swartz, Seavcr, Tromhetta, Vveiricic, Schmidt, Sauer, Shaw, Vvnilcrs. Swanson, Xvhceier, Simms. Third row: Scarborough. Vvachhoid. Vvcihe. J. Taylor, C. Taylor, Schiager, Thorpe. Yvcgis, Rutherford, Smith. Fourth row: Popp. Zahiis. Ziegler, Zanelli, Xfvaiicrt, Steiner, Schcicit. Xvcst, Shepard. Yvaicio. Vergccr. Rifle Club officers 19514952 Rifle Club Founded 1919 Sponsor, GERVASE ECKENROD The Fresno High School Cadet Rifle Club is a junior rifle club chartered by the National Rifle Association of America. its purpose is to train its members. and in turn those people with whom time members come in contact, in the handling and use of firearms. Cadets engage in dry firing before tim matrix. First row: Rogers, Turney, Dau, Hardwick. Second row: Rogncss, French, Vvoodlock Ellison, Fisher. Eaton, Rifle Club Rifle marlcsmanstnip is promotecl and the sctiool rifle teams are developed from within the membership. Regular courses are fired with both time 50 caliber and the 22 caliber rifles, and the medals which are awarded are the same as are author- ized by the NRA and the military services. Annual awards are made to participants. First row: Hardwick. Tllroneiacrry, Barnett, Franks, Kulxlemeier, VV. Rigg, Hurlbut, Sliinglcdecker, Dau, XINIBHCCY, R. Kuiilemeier, Jones, Clay- pool. Second row: Wloore, French, VVl1itc, Coiiings, Street. VViHcenmg, Rogers, Tompkins, Linclimlnx, Simmiian, Crosswhite. Smiti1,APond. Tilifd TOVVZ Salvo, Morse, ROgIlCSS, BBUIHUHH, FFIIUIIIZIS. ElliSDn, FiSI1Cf, WO0CllOCk, Foos, MUIIICFH, DUHCHH, BUHCII, Cain. BULL PARKER CLAYTON 6TE1F?EN S0N UCE mm. I 1 ,v A Neighbors skirts the left end oi Rooseveik wimiie Parker blocks. Warriors Coaches MEL PETERSEN and JOE KELLY. Head Couch, ERVV IN GINSBURG. First row: Flare, Trombella, Ryan. Benneyian, Kane. Aveci, Barsinci, Loniifrri Zaiiiis, Axvoriinumn. Kilgore, Sc-cond row: Rvynolcis, Ncigiiivors, Lang, Gurroia, ixluas, Dixon, Parker. Baker, Sleifcnson, Rankin, Nlurlin, limxlcr. -liiirci row: L. Price, R. Prirc, Tate,!Eiiis, Barstow, Golia- riay, Aiiarri, Nielson, Vvenig, Niccoy, Xfvfigilt, Ynnkcy, Heiicricim. 3. Gif Q Q s 3 xf , Nia 2 X A gg ,- b E, ., V FQ ,wi- 1" V. ,ITM- , A f A M A 1 M . :,, ,. , sf if Y A if ? E we X is in M, X 1 , I X s +1 . 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Wimer, Workman, Hettick, Hendscll, Rehm, Armstrong. Jackman, manager. Second row: Fisher, Elmasian, Thaxler Thompson. McCoy. Lowe, Golliday, Green. l Junior Varsity Baseball Xvarrior awaits bail in close game with Visalia. Iunior Varsity Coach, MEL PETERSON McCoy gels ready io bring in runs. First row: Cramer, manager, Beriicin, Grimsleaci, Blevins, Cochrane, Wilson, Paris. Gooscn, Gagie, Markarian, manager. Se ci row: Avevzi Grigsly, Noel, Troxel, Yocum, Kulilcmeicr, Slanion, Hogreie, Maori. ,,'a 1 s Q i E x Varsity Track Head Coach, Assistants Merle Martin, Albert Swanson ERWIN GINSBERG CITY MEET SCORES Fresno JI ,,,,, Edison 49 .A.,,....,...,,Y, Rooscveit 59 DUAL MEET Fresno QYVQ ,,.......,,,,,,,,.,. .......................Y. E LiiS0l'1 86if6 F,-C5130 86 QXIO ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, R o osevcil 98 lfl0 A Fresno High Xvarrior icncis an Roosevelt man in tin' 880 Ciuss A Run. X . First row: NicNamara, Stockton, C. Cobb, Cooney, R. Baker, Stciienson, Jennings, Maxon, Di, Coiaia, Fore, Liniey, Liindergen. Vvenig Niarsoovian, Stone, P. Bniicr, manager. Scconci row: Avaiiian. Kicspcri, OiCI8fSilHYW', Reynoicis, Lang, Eiiis. Neigilizors. Kerr, Moss, Dixon ixfloore, Kiincr, Kane, Byers, Conley, Leonardo, Stokes, Dinuiiuiio, First row: Newman, manager, Nlorrison, Kaiser. Hersh Slruey, Xvagncr. Roberson, Rustigan, Marsoohian, Nvoocly. Davenport, Trornlmetta, Johnson, Dalition. Second row: Daclienlmausen, Kailic, Mazzorri, Spina. Mitchell, Booth. Torosian, Warner, Scheicll. Jackson, Gore, Chap- man, LaRue. Nicholson. Krumpler, Jones. Track CITY MEET SCORES Fresno 6-4 lf6 ,...,...., Edison '55 5f6 ,,,...,,,, Rooscvcll '39 DUAL MEET Fresno I2-L, , ,,,, ,.,.,,.., .. ,, ,,,.. ,,,Eclison '16 Fresno 94 ----- --,- ........ R o oscvcll 74 lt's a figlrt to tlmc linislr in the Class A low lmrclles. Tromlnclla sets llle pace in ilu: Class B 100 yarcl claslr. A FFCSHO High and Edison mm' vie IUF dw Icflfl in the Class B 200 yarcl claslr. HM ,w C Track V Eciison man icads time way in iim ciass C ilurciics. 'W CITY MEET SCORES M Fresno '59 ,,.A,. ,..., E ciilon '50 ..,,. ,,,,.,, R oosevcil 40 ,fi"'Jw DUAL MEET , Fresno 96 ,,.. . ,, , , .... ,.., E ciison 'H 5 Fresno 73ifl ,, ,, ,.... Ruoscvcii 66115 Coucilnmn sirnins ior cicvcn icct. First row: Xvnylc, Nagin, Onnc, Reiniioici, Niciiiaus, Spanoi, Turn-rr, Tuic, Tindaii, Biggcrs, Niciiciic, nnnagcr. Sccnnci row: bicyer, Pclmn inlpcralricc, Billcrs, Horisicin, ix'1ifliilCVVS, Han, Bcicicn, Raliiwicii, Nioorc, Rossi. Boncioc. Coucinnan. ' "" ' ---- - - - , .A .nj Q W - . - V Zi' Qui? fA xg. V . ' i 'f V , ? ,Q fx ul' Q., L vp' 5 . . L,,,X,Mf.if.???Q,. 3" A aa Y A W Q s N 'vp Q ' 95 .1 ,A ' Q, , I X . 13 ag , 2 - Q an ,S if 44 Q K Www 'Q '777' 'WY-'f1f1.fz:vf1s-MM,v.M Wrestling McClenny with lore arm wrist hold tri . , CS Roosevelt mnn tries to get pinning hold on to roll man into hall nelson. F ' resno High man. ff-....r -..J -M.,--,,, .,,-l, Jones lrics lu gvl inlu nvulrul pusiliun ulicr llolcl. Don Lima has advania ge over opponeni. Ruoscvcll man allcmpfs to clo siluut Fresno High man has shoulder hulcl rl I. Swimming Coach, NADINE NICHOLS Menrbers of ii1e girls' swimming team prepare for a strenuous hour of practice. A swimmer. specializing in imckslroire, practices her take off. A mcminrer of lilo girls' lczuu riocs a sianciing back IVE. TEAM First row: Gillis. Olsen, Kiraly, Young Currie, Harris, Tancredy Second row: Fait- chiid, Guriey, Kavanagh, Hodges, Nord- iwoim, Leach. Serpa. Thircl row: Ziegler Nyeiand, Brown, Schwartz, Geringf-r Nvielue, Nicimls. 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A gb, ,, Q X., xx 32: :mv ' 2 Q 1 ws: 5? 1, :rf W 4, sl Y 'RVN' rl-' I? si '52 li J' Rae I r J' x X 53 1 X fa any Mcwg w ,ri i v " ,fig Faq W ,Q 5 . i ,if INDEX TO ADVERTISERS ABC Printers ....,.,,......7........,....,...,,. .,...... 1 75 Frigulti, 1.l0l1n, Stuclio --7,-,- 169 Alclrich Pontiac Co ....,.....,........,,.,...,.,.......... 166 GO0dmHH!S Cl0tl1i1'1g Store ------ f-----'--- 1 63 Alstrom ancl VVielJe's College Pharmacy .... 157 Gottsclwllis ..-.-,,-------,-4----------- ----'---A- 1 78 Arnold ancl Jones lvlarlfet .,,.....A,....,......,....... 176 Halils Apparel ....--f----,--V-f--- 172 Balcer's Welding Supply Co ..,....,A..,,.....,w... 172 Harrison Motor PHrtS ,-,AAAY 172 Bancl Box Sportswear ,.....,...... .....,, 1 68 Heclriclils ..7...v.........,...-. .- 157 Barlcerls Furniture .....,,,.....,, .,..... 1 74 Hestloeclils Market .V.V...-- 162 Barnett Car Co ....,...,.,,.Y........., ....... 1 64 l'lill, J. B., C0 ........-... 156 Better Buy Wholesale Grocers, ,..,v.. 177 Hololas-Parsons Co ......... 165 Betty Shoppe .......... .....,,,...,,.. ....,,, 1 6 7 Hollancl lnn ......VVv....... 161 Bier's Yarclage .,,......,.,...77...,., ....,.. 1 61 Hollenlneclc-Bush ....... 158 Boloo, Esther M .Y,....t................ t...,.. 1 69 l'loman ancl C0 ............ 168 Borclenls Dairy Delivery Co ...,.. ,.,t.., 1 76 l'lumpl1rey's Brothers Vf.. 176 Boys, Store ,.............,...7...t,.w....... ....... 1 66 lml1off's .............w........ 158 Broaclway Cyclery ,.,........,.,. ......,. 1 58 Innes Shoes .....,..Y.... 170 Bruclmefs ,......,.....,......,.... ,v...., 1 71 Jacolos Garage t,VAV.YY 157 Calclerwoocfs Printery .YY,,,.....,, ..,.... 1 70 Jacle Palace ..,..... 157 California Drapery House ....... .,..,.V 1 74 Jeri Richards ....,.,,.t, 165 Campus Shop ,t...........,......... .,Y,........t.,.....,,. 1 79 Jewel Box ,...,..,..,......Y.. 175 Capitol Cleaners ancl Dyers ....,.,...,..,...,...,,.. 171 Jgels Barber Shop ..........,. 156 Central California Commercial College .... 172 Johnson Brothers, lnc ......... 167 Challenge Dairy o.....o....,,.....,..........,..... 175' Josephine Furniture Co ..... 161 Charles Carlton .......wt....................................... 172 Kathei-ine's Beauty Salon Y.-. e'--e----- 1 58 Chinese Bazaar ,v....,........,..,...........,,, 167 Kist Bottling Co ....,...V1.... 165 Cl1risman's Drive-in Restaurant ,........ 171 Kilnei-'s ....,..,..,........V... 165 Cinderella Super lVlarlcets ..,..,...,,....,... 178 Kurz, Frecl, Motors ....... 164 Clements, "Russ," Service Station ..,.oo..,....., 162 KYNO Radio Station.. 177 Cololfs Foocl Store ,...i......o...,......,....,. 165 LaRoy's Upholstery ............ 160 Coffee, Harry, Co ....Y....,....1,.,..,....... 165 LelVIogs-Smith Tire Co ..... 156 Colvirfs Jewelers ...,..,..,.i.i...,....,,..,1,.Y.o .....,. 1 56 Lisle Funeral Home .......... 175 Cowanls Bralce ancl Wheel Service. 174 l-,uftenl3erg's ...................,.. 156 Croclcet Brothers ,..,,....,.........,...,....,,...,.,.,,..,,,.. 160 IVL31-ion's Beauty Shop ......V7 170 Crown Printing 8 Litliograplming Co .........., 161 lxflartinls Florist ...................7..V----7-, ---------- 1 67 Danish Creamery Ass'n ,..r.....,,.,,o,,,,,,,,,,.,,, M169 lVICCorrnielq's Chevron Station ...V.,., -,-------- 1 71 Don Fortune Gffice Equipment ..i.... 179 lVIeSl1erry's lnsurance C0 ........e,t --Y1---4-- 1 62 Dutrow, Ben, lnc ...,,..,,.,..,,,,..,,,..,.o, 175 Mid-Valley Sports Center ...... 1--------- 1 75 Freeclls Sportswear 1....i,,,.s.... 158 lVIiller's Drugs ..,.,...V,..........-..- ---------- 1 70 Fresno Auto Parts Co ...Y...s 170 Monolith C0 .........,w-......,...- 178 Fresno Beauty College .........,. 179 Neely's Jewelers .,.7. 166 Fresno Camera Exchange ..,...... 172 Nehi Products ........,...- 168 Fresno High Bible Clulo ,....,.....,,.... 179 Oloerlin's Jewelers .....-..-.-----,,---reebr-,- ---------- 1 55 Fresno High Boosters, Cluh .,.o...,... 154 Orange LlUliIIS ---------------------'-------------'1----------'-- 178 Fresno Loan ancl Thrift Corp ..,,i..... 170 Pacific Telephone ancl Telegraph Co., The..175 Fresno Towel C0 .,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,..,r.,, 160 Palm Foocl Center -----------------'------------'----------- 171 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Palm Olive Drug Co ...Y,,.. , Palm Olive Restaurant ,..A.A.,, Parlcer Nash Company ,Av,...,A Pedersen's Jewelers ,...,Y..,,, Pope Tire Company ........,., Rene's Pet Shop ..,.......,.v...o Rhodes Tower Variety ...,....... Richarcls, Cvene, Inc ...,,,....,. Rodman Chevrolet Co ..ii,,.... Rolla-Torium .........,.....,i..,. Roy Dupuy Usecl Cars .,,..., Salvation Army ......,,,.,......,,,. Sam's Luggage ..,....,.,..,....,....,oaV Sanders, Franlc J., Used Cars San Joaquin Balcing Co ....,.... San Joaquin Tile ancl Marhle Schilling Music Company .,,,.....,, ,,.,,r,,,, Severance Dancing .......,,....,,r,,s. 166 168 175 165 174 166 164 177 174 158 175 159 175 157 160 176 158 171 Simmons Jewelers ..................-- Slater Furniture C0 ..,,,..,...,.,f Smith, S. K., Company, The .. .. ----- Smith, Wayne, Garage.. Sports Equipment ....,............- Steffen's Jewelry ,.,,,,,, Stewart Cleaners ......., Stewart and NLISS f,,,4-, Stillman's Drugs ......... .,...., Taylor ancl Wheeler ..........,.., Tower's Fine Shoetorium ........ Tower Pharmacy ...7.............. Turpin's ...,..,..,..,..........,.--.-. Valley Home Insulation ..,.., Warner's Jewelers .......,..., VVestern Blue Print .,...,..,. Winther Brothers ...,...,.. ZLIICOTS ...Y,..i..,,..... - Shelhurne's Stationery .......,,. ..,....,,. 1 75 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The staff of the 1952 Owl wishes to aclmowleclge its appreciation of the willing assistance and co-operation of the following persons in the production of this puhlication. MR. JOHN FRIOULTI IVIR. BILL RETCI-IIN John Frigulti Studio The S. K. Smith Co. tcoversl Fresno Los Angeles-Chicago IVIR. LLOYD JACKSON MR' LESLIE J' SERPA MR. LLOYD JACKSON, JR. Bee Engraving Crown Printing Er Lithographing Co. Fresno Fresno FACULTY SPONSORS MRS. IVIARGUERITE HARBERS MRS. LOUISE MCCASLIN Eclitorial Art MR. JOHN W. WARREN MR. W. HAMPTON SAWYERS Business 167 174 178 176 172 166 158 162 169 166 175 164 162 171 165 167 167 175 First row: Ninriiarinn, Rnliiwicii, Cochrane, Tilaxlcr, Curr-cn. Paiaoojian, Hoibios, Baird. Scconci row: Dupcy, Rogers, Skinner, Palmer, Yaniiey, Carroll, Yvcsl. Nluiiicy. Tiiirfi row: Capiroiia, Vvcgis, Zciimri, Biosscr, Srixcicit, Rogness, Xvrigiif, Scarborough, Longeviiie, Fresno High School Boosters Club First row: Coic, Gvrzmi. Fnrin. Niarseiia, Desc. Ginsburg, Siiacicicn, Fiartin. Scrunci row: Kroniscrg, Dorgqn. Cairns. Horslmsm. Helms, Hogrcic Xvailc, Boraciori. iiiuirri row: Jacnimson, pace. Niariin, Armstrong. Bonxioc, Lawless, Lang. Keiiy, S2 -hm 5s si if-S gb. Sw: -'Sw S25 'als aa um Qi 0 0325: 2555.2 UIC Eg 01:3 'ssc o :E :TS 3 E23 -00.20 0'En3.E Huis Owl ac1verhsm5 scxlctlc puts its stamp ot approval on HILCO brand tcecis. J. B. HILL CO. Hay 1-1 Grain 1-1 Feeds 515 North HHH Street Phone 5-2281 LE , Bags f-'Gloves Lingerie Hosiery Yardage The Rubber Men Distributor of General Tires Kraft System Recaps Batteries Seat Covers Phone 4-5551 Phone 2-1296 + + 101 East Main St. 857 Fulton St. 1625 Broadway Fresno, California Visa1ia, Caiif. Fresno, Calif. Congratulations 1n tile Tower District Phone 5-7650 to s zz Cz S , " we as COLVIN S S 727 O1ive Avenue SHOP HAMILTON fa- ELGIN WATCHES 1956 Echo Phone 4-5220 Letanct -:- and -:- Byron 156 Cvooct Luck Ciass of '52 A FRANK J. SANDERS COMPANY . "Your Depenc1atJ1e Used Car Dealer" 3000 East Tuiare Piione 6-8101 Fresno, California Compliments of I-1EDRICK'S V 1201-1209 North Fresno Street Fresno, California ALSTROIVI Ev WIEBE'S COLLEGE PHARMACY Q23 15 6' Four Prescription Pharmacists 15 V59 val 1429 N. Van Ness Phone 5-2127 Fresno, California Phone 6-1411 THE JADE PALACE Specializing in Mandarin Dinners FOOD TO TAKE OUT Catering io Banquets AND PARTIES UP TO 70 7 P Best Wishes to the Class of '52 708' Blackstone Ave. Fresno, California J 'L 752 Van Ness Phone 2-7. 157 H IIVIHOFF' S BRQADWVAY STEWART YARD STICK CYCLERY CLEANERS FABRICS NQTIONS LARGEST STOCK OF some 1910 H BICYCLES PATTERNS IN THE VALLEY COLLEGE suopmwo Tower District ReasonaIaIe Prices DISTRICT 1114 No. I:uIIon Phone 4-2204 855 Broadway Phone 5-5621 1465 N. VAN NESS HOLLENBECK-BUSH PLANING IVIILL CO. VVINDOVVS .- DOORS ,- IVIQULDINGS and GENERAL IVIILLVVORK 2206 South Van Ness Ave. Phone 3-5296 Fresno, CaIiIornia 1624 "H" STREET "THE RINK WITH A PERSONALITY" ROLLA-TORIUIVI AMERICAS FAVORITE SPORT at CENTRAL CALIFORNIA'S FAVORITE RINK PHONE 5-5894 RES. PHONE 6-6273 SCI-HLLING LOOK YOUR BEST IVIUSIC CQ. for ioflividuol hair style ,, , or skin problems consult,-1 RECORDS - RADIOS KATHERINES PHONPGYAPHS BEAUTY SALON 1259 Fuhon Phone 5-5517 2124 Tuolumne Phone 4-1041 Fresno, CaIifornia Katherine IVIcCorIcIe Harper 158 FREED' S formerIy Hammers 9' '0- Up Io lI1e IVIinute in StyIe Down Io the Limit in Price 'O' 4' 1250 FULTON ST. PH. 6-9559 FRESNO, CALIFORNIA Zim 744mg MENS SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER 750 M ST. FRESNO PH. 4-5956 Capt. Arthur L. Carl Nlanager Charity hegins in your clothes closet sm snlvnclz for , -.-W fzf'-' . :-:gy 4- 'A .' Q I-51111-1-E: I .z,. f52za: :-332112125 2155552 ffff' 'L.,Q,., ,i5E2i2Ef": '--gizpf 15, ff- g f2: :1.2: ., ir , ' 3 7 S S Z 0 , .... . Z Whenever you clean house, move, or buy something new, instead of throwing your discards away, telephone The Salvation Army. Your discarded clothing, shoes, bedding, furniture, stoves, croclcery, papers, radios, toys and elec- trical appliances are desperately needed loy The Salvation Army. The Red Shield truclis are constantly serving your community, a call is all that is needed. Remember, "Your throwaways malce worlc that paysf' lelepliunv l'resnn 4-5056 und lmve your cast-offs picked up hy The Salvation Army Rf-d Shield truclcs. 159 UThe Plymouth Comer" CROCKET BROS DeSOTO - PLYMOUTH Good Wishes to the Class of U52 1501 Broadway at Stanislaus Phone 6-9471 Fresno Calif SAN JOAQUIN BAKINO CO, If 1t's DUTCH TOAST BETSY ROSS 1 ROMAN MEAL BREAD You Can Be Sure Of The Best FRESNO TOWEL CO. Linen Suppties and Towei Service . Ziff' LINENS H GQVVNS I-1 APRONS UPHOLSTERING STUDIO ':Makers of fine furniture and distinctive draperiesn . 1145-1149 North Fuiton Near Olive 115 Tiiesta Street Fresno, California Phone 2-9795 t 9 HOLLAND INN BSO BREAKFAST, LUNCH, SANDWICHES A COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE DELUXE HAMBURGERS Clean and Wholesome Clara 5' Eddie IVIurI9acI1 I JOSEPHINES FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishers 922 VAN NESS AVENUE , PHONE 4-5051 FRESNO, CALIFORNIA BIER'S CROWN PRINTING E9 , LITHQGRAPHING CO. YARDAGE - NOTIONS - PATTERNS PRINTING A LITHOGRAPHY HOSIERY P- LINGERIE RUBBER STAMPS ' This issue of the Owl was printed in our plant. hone 5-5627 145 OIive, near PaIm 1154 "H" Street Phone 3-4177 A Fresno. California Fresno, California ' 161 across from Fresno Hi 3 COMPLETE DINNERS A featuring Dutch Cooking I HESTBECICS MARKET 2052 FRESNO STREET 042 OLIVE AVE. "RUSS" CLEMENTS SERVICE STATION COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE SERVICE Lubrication a Specialty Chevron Credit Cards Honored Here 2740 VAN NESS BOULEVARD ' PHONE 7-5190 MCSI-IERRY EB- COMPANY INSURANCE All Forms Expert Advisory and Engineering Service T. W. PATTERSON BLDG. PHONE 4-5915 FRESNO, CALIFORNIA WONT YOU COME IN? Furnishings from the nation's finest craftsm the furnishings you've admired in magaz e e nownecl in the decorating World. 1 TURPIN'S STEWART 65 NUSS 1028 NO- FULTON WHOLESALE BUILDING FRESNO MATERIALS 410 THORNE PHONE 2-3123 . 162 HART. SCHAFFNER E1 MARX Fine Clothes For Young Men I I I CORNER PALM AND SHIELDS TELEPHONE 7-5000 Best Wishes HOBBS PARSONS CO. KILNER'S Fresno's Finer Stationery Store School Supplies - Art Supplies Gifts Greeting Cards FREE DELIVERY 1916 Echo Phone 5-2186 PEDERSENS JEWELERS Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware Across from Fresno High 'ird Floor, Helm Bldg. Phone 4-2152 165 FRESNO BARNETT CAR CO. Finer Qsecl Cars U Barnett Insurance Agency Phone 6-8226 2424 Stanislaus Fresno California Prescriptions ,-I Drugs ,-1 Cosmetics F . Ountam A TOWER VARIETY V 822 Olive TGWER Ph 2-2479 PHARMACY one Fresno, California Herbert Benneyan --I Perkins Benney v V 747 OLIVE PHONE 5-7147 "All Roads Lead to Rhodes" FRED' KURZ MOTQRS Stanislaus and L Streets W Phone 2-51 l l Fresno, California 164 QW Open Friday Evening until 9:00 1502 WISHON PHONE 2-867: ,,.. 0 yke m7576674 gvwjoczny Q 6 CONGRATULATIONS AND ,AI .3 .AG BEST WISHES 1125 Fulton Street FROM Fresno, California xg ,gs ww HARRY COFFEE V I Esfablislxecl 1867 A C. M. Warner, '17 O WAIT'LL YOU TASTE VW "YOU AIN'T TASTED NOTI-IIN' YET , K I sr I .23 :Ev ans X CHOCOLATE Ulm? SOLDIER "Serve Hot or Colclu Bottled by uw' KIST BOTTLING CO. FRESNO TULARE BAKERSFIELD 165 PONTIAC Sixes and Eights GM Hydramatic SaIes -1 Service Parts AIcIricI1 Pontiac "Dollar for dollar you can,t Ineat a Pontiacu S50 ULU Street K Q Phone 2-4185 ' RENEIS PET SHOP CUMPSQIENTS 1940 ECHO PHONE 2-4455 PALM-OLIVE DRUG ' ' COMPANY I 1 TropicaI Fish S AII Types of Birds -- Parrots C' M' Janney PHONE 4-0591 Cages and Foods 1 502 Olive Ave. V Phone 2-2149 1061 FULTQN K-9 SUPPIieS and Foods Fresno, California I'IiII's Inspected Horse Meat . TI-IE BOYS5 STORE E. J. Hoff 0 "Everything that Boys Wear" ' 0 1555 FULTON DIAL 4-1161 FRESNO, CALIFORNIA I Compliments STEFFENS JEWELRY of Gifts for Every TAYLOR AND WHEELER The Home or Your Class Ring CQNSTRUCTIQN CQ. I'IarniIion and EIgin Vvatches ' 245 CLINTON 1922 ECHO PHONE 5-6644 FRESNO, CALIFORNIA FRESNO 166 WESTERN BLUE PRINT Fresnoys Oldest and Most Reliable Blue Print Company ArcI1ileeluraI, Surveying and Engineering Suppiies ,IoI1n VV. Armstrong 1222 Van Ness Ave. Pilone 4-6525 Fresno, California CHINESE BAZAAR BETTY SHOPPE COMPLIMENTS V OF The Chinese Gift Shop F I ' bl A I , Proprietor: Stephen Y. Wong as Nona e ppare S V V 458 NU. FULTON 1228 Fulton Street 2055 Kern Fresno, CaIif. Fresno California PHONE 4-1175 SIMIVIGNS JEWELERS WATCH REPAUUNG W. W. QBUCIJ simmons V Qffice Piione 0-11185 Residence Phone 7-4SIO 217 HeIm Building Fresno. CaIifornia I WIN THER BRUS., INC. I ' COMPLETE AUTOMOTNE I 1040 lic, SERVICE I6 ' M M p S . YOSEMITE ST. S FKESNQCAUF. ifbeffkanc s 3-3235 E 612 Divisaciero St. Phone 2-5179 167 THE BAND BGX 1215 FULTON PHONE 2-9797 Presents: An outstanding collection of Sportswear designed ,specially to please fand Pity the ucampus Miss.,' This means--Advanced Styles in O Active Sports-'Amazing Smartness 0 Dresses'-lxfewest Fabrics C Swim-Wear-'Figure Flatkery I Blouses-Vvonderfully Washable I Skirts-Fabulous Colors PALM OLIVE RESTAURANT HOMAN 8 COMPANY 228 'Olive Ave' 4 Sporting, Outing and V Athletic Goods Food You 'Will .Always V Remember i 593 Van Ness S' Fresno Phone 5-5255 LCR 0 Q9 co LA W4' NEHI PRODUCTS C., FRESNO 168 1 LBest Wishes to 'Fresno Hi and all graduating Seniors 1910 Echo Phone 4-5174 STILLIVIAN DRUG CO. ESTI-IER M. BCBG Fountain-Lunch Cameras-Film C01-sets - Lingerie - Robes Cosmetics Greeting Cards California Hotel Building 2001 Van Ness Blvd. Phone 5-4219 2042 Kern Street Phone 2-8670 Fresno, California Fresno, California Quality Famous for Over 50 Years Danish Creamery Butter and Danish Creamery Evaporatecl Milk DANISH CREAMERY ASSOCIATION Chowcliilia Fresno Riverdale 169 Specializing in Shoes for the Younger Set P is ii 5 gg H B 'IWO STORES IN FRISNO N55 FULTON ' 725 OUVE Good Shoes for the Entire Family Since 1906 CALDERVVOUUS PRINTING CQ. Ea. M. calaerwooae, Prop. .3 .23 .3 PINE LETTER PRESS PRINTING 1,52 -2' .3 Prompt Service - Reasonable Prices tsl L25 Q59 2508 Tulare Phone 2-8217 May' We "Eclucate,' You in Your Insurance Needs 1 fu f.s'f,4ff-l11,q,yif.,A,5-URANCI 841 N. Fulton Phone 4-5541 Compliments of PAUL CHEZ Fresno Loan and Thrift Corp. Corner of N. Fulton fr Bremer Phone 5-7188 Fresno, California Compliments of FRESNO AUTO PARTS V 560 Broadway Phone 6-8261 Compliments of MARIONS BEAUTY SHOP -0- -0- 1956 Echo Phone 4-5220 170 MILLER'S DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS Cameras: Bell G Howell 1- Eastman Parker 51 5' Sheaffer Pens FREE DELIVERY No. 5 Olive Phone 4-5057 Going for a ricle is nice ancl cool, but what will it he lilce when you get home? The house will he cool, too, if it's insulatecl with Johns-Manville Roclc Wool I Valley Home Insulation Co. Insulation f-f Roofing Fi Weatlierstripping -I Koolshade - 514 North Fulton Phone 5-5251 E 3 PALIVI FOOD CENTER HULL BROS. Choice Meats ,-1 The Best in Groceries Selectecl Fruits ancl Vegetables PHONE 6-6225 1597 PALM AVE. FRESNO, CALIFORNIA Goocl Wishes to the Class of ,52 CHRISlVIAN'S Drive-ln Restaurant :oss OLIVE AVE., AT COLLEGE BRUCKNER'S Home of Hcliicken in the Rough., V and Fulton Street at Tuolumne Fine Foocls at the Right Prices M Hours: 6 a.m. to l a.m. Phone 5-777f IVIcCORMICK'S CHEVRON STATION "Make Your Car Ricle Hippy" S Sloan P. Mccorniick, Class of '26 A Compliments of CAPITOL CLEANERS '- " "The Home of Oclorless Cleaningn I PHONE 5-8804 VAN NESS at STANISLAUS FRESNO, CALIFORNIA Phone 4-5015 Fresno, Calif. 171 540 Belmont, Cor. of Echo SEVERENCE School of Dancing Ballroom Dancing Ballet - Tap - Modern Private Lessons lay Appointmeni 1144 SUSSEX PHONE 7-47 CHARLES CARLTON GOODRICH TIRES 0 BATTERIES BRAKE SERVICE RECAPPING AUTHORIZED X 4.74 IIRE , -C WEAQ If you spilled coffee on your suit you cl take it to the cleaners not to the IJutcIier,s and it just makes sense that after you take pictures the place to have them clevelopecl is in the FRESNO CAMERA EXCHANGE Because EXPERT finishing is just as important Io GOOD picture taking as the proper exposure and we KNOW the PHOTO FINISHING turned out Ioy us is the BEST anywhere. O 1455-59 VAN NESS PHONE 5-7524 Fresno Camera Exchange FRESNO, CALIFORNIA 2057 Merced Street Phone 2-4169 HAKIS Need Something for Your Car? Drop in at HARRISON MOTOR PARTS Automotive Parts and Accessories Phone 5-7255 1510 Van Ness CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Fresno ancI L Streets Phone 4-5081 Apparel for Men, Women and Children 507 BLACKSTONE AVE. PHONE 2-5612 - BAKER'S WELDING SUPPLY CO. "Serving the Entire San Iozaquin Valley" 1705 Ventura Ave. PI'1one 4-4603 Fresno, CaIifornia 4-4604 IEIWKIIIIII I MII4 IIIIIIII I SPO FFQUIPHE . fmfggtrnr ron A. e.'3Fnaluii nos. H24 FULFd.tfI ST., FRESNO. CALIF. PH. 4-558. IA 'Home al Well Coast Relays' X MEMBER, K3 bfi : or me me onoen 'QL mf " eoioen nuu COMPLIMENTS OF Jolin N. Lisle Claucle LI. Lisle Frecl XV. Lisle Joel R. Lisle i605 L STREET FMEQAZHOMF ,Dfw 2-5 1 6I SE N Don't forget-I when graduation time comes, there'll be excellent job opportunities for you at the telephone company. There's lots of advantages in working for the telephone com- pany. Here are a few: High starting pay while you learn. Regular raises, too. Interesting, important work you'd enjoy. Meet old friends, make new ones. Paid vacations and holidays. Vital to defense. Come in and talk over a telephone job now. SEE MRS. HURD H ROOM 208 1455 VAN NESS PACIFIC tmvnons f.g0.,d,,1am.,w.,fk PARKER NASH COMPANY AIRFLYTE CARS AMBASSADOR - STATESMAN - RAMBLER 1425 Fulton St. Fresno, California Plione 4-3069 TWO FLOORS OF FINE LUGGAGE TOWER'S FINE SHQETQRIUIVI 925 Olive Ave. Shoe Service of All Types Cleaning S' Dying Purses Cleaned O Compliments ABC PRINTERS Hlong-time Printer to Fresno Higli School" 265 Blaclcstone Plwone 2-7768 SHELBURNES STATIONERY Stationery, Office, Artist G Engineering Supplies Manager 8 Owner t- .Iaclc Sliellaurne 1951 MARIPOSA 1214 VAN NESS 'lleleplmne 6-9577 Teleplmone 2-0975 America's Largest and Finest Low Priced Car RODIVIAN CHEVROLET CO. Passenger 1400 Van Ness Avenue Commercial BIdg'. 2510 StanisIaus COWAN'S BRAKE G WHEEL SERVICE C. Cowan CALIFORNIA DRAPERY HOUSE ' WV, C. RI1u. Proprietor INTERIOR DECORAT ORS E 1550 Van Ness Phone 2-6514 Phone 2-0172 Phone 4-2931 j Store No. 2 IO26 Tuolumne Street Fresno, f.,aIiI'0rnia IOS West Olive Fresno, Califomia SLATER FURNITURE COMPANY 0 QUALITY FURNITURE at ReasonaI3Ie Prices 0 906 VAN NESS PHONE 2-8417 POPE TIRE CO. KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES RECAPPING I .A 1709 Broadway Phone- 4-4767 BARKER' S FURNITURE CO. 1001 BROADWAY FRESNO, CALIFORNIA QUALITY , 5 1 . 1804 Mary Street Pllone 4-2955 Fresno, California COMPLIMENTS See Us For OF INSURANCE BEN DUTROW ED HALLINAN y ors "HANK" CHAKIVIAK NED DALENA 1018 Fulton Street Inc- DRESSES F, COATS F, SUITS 1728 Fulton Street Phone 2-2157 SPORTSVVEAR Fresno, California A MID VALLEY SPORTS Cars Bouglit Er Solcl Plmonez Office 6-5852 Home 7-617- 1502 VAN NESS THISTLETHWAITE E sl-IIELDS AUTQMQBILES "THE JEWEL BOX" 1211 FULTON FRESNO. CALIFORNIA v Registered jewelers American Gem Society 3. gl1'gS'l'l..EwlVS2Al'lLE BCH' ISJJELDS, .JR. Htllltllggicialllrllllmte clyljxxriila Arngllii Gjrllm 1635 Broaclway Fresno, Calilforni 175 is YOU'LL NEVER 1 FORGET San Joaquin Tile A1 Marble Co. Allaerk B. Butters CONTRACTOR A , TILE .- MARBLE TERRAZZO Y 2505 lVlcKinley Pllone 4-425 Fresno, California C J 'T -may annum: In .?Ij '?-'Y-'2-""'5'9"""!0r 1 f 250 FRESH MILK and ICE CREAM WAYNE SMITH GARAGE TRUCK REPAIRS - FEDERAL TRUCKS SALES 8 SERVICE V Heavy Duty Repairs a Specially V ARNOLD'S MARKET Franlc Decliert Louis Arnold 1727 G ST., FRESNO' CALIFORNIA MEATS GRQCERIES Across from SP. Roundhouse 1248 Blackstone Plmone 4-5993 f-I Nite 2-9265 176 WHOLESALE GROCERS I . .i..-..- P.o.sox 3I FRESNO, 7 CAn.nFORNlA RADIG KY N O Extends Heartfelt Congratulations to The Class of 1952! v 1 Compliments . of GENE RICHARDS, INC. 177 WI. , Il If . i . 'Egg .3,rww!I , FI 3 LI I 5 T . 1? Tw ""l,I9"I'l 12- HSI 4 3-img-ff I I 5 I o Q51 Fresno s Leading Department Store F or Nearly Half a Century Locally Owned and Operated l4I5 North Van Ness I V57 Van Ness 1056 NIartin CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '52 I ORANGE JULIUS HoT Doos 1659 VAN NESS BAR-B-BURGERS One Block North of "Bee" Compliments of MONOLITH PORTLAND CEMENT CO. DEDICATED TO MAKING ' QUALITY COVERS FOR BLUE-RIBBON YEARBOOKS THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY 5260 Vvest l04tI1 Street Los fzwngeles 45, California 3 178 0 2 W pf:-.V INTEROENOMINATIONAL 5:21741 W resno High Bible Club A WELCOMES YOU My TUESDAY AND THURSDAY H 12 O'CLOCK NOON IN THE BOY SCOUT ROOM OF THE L.D.S. CHURCH Across the Street From Fresno High BEAUTY CULTURE IS FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT ENROLL NOW FOR NEVV CLASSEf Mr. Fredrico will personally teach personality hair cutting 1,7 X9 W and permanent waving. , '-'Navi ,, . ,A N All graduates, t1ere,s your opportunity to learn Beauty Culture'-on -lik ff? of the most satisfying of vocations-from talented, experience 1' L 4 instructors. Come and talk with our teachers. See Fresn0's mos modern school. You can earn while you learnt WRONG RQGH1 High F0fel1efldAPPef1fS LOW FRESNO BEAUTY COLLEGE 2057 TUOLJUMNE V2 Block East of VVarner's Theatre PHONE 6-185 Shaw-Vvaucer Equipment f-1 Muster Safes New and Used Office Equipment as ug: Vg Refinishing ,- Desk Rentals y SPORTSVVEAR FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN DQN FORTUNE L, g, OFFICE EQUIPMENT Telephone 6-4572 '920 Echo topposite High, 1931 BROADWAY FRESNO CALII 179 WADTOGQVTV gif .flwfiff .wtf VW vs" z2f2Wf4C2fJQQ , ' U'TQGRAPHLW ff"'A:'7 WWW Wyufff 3737! fwwgw I , W m WM' MM WWW .5 vi.. 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