Adolfo Camarillo High School - Blue and Silver Yearbook (Camarillo, CA)

 - Class of 1959

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In it you will find the activities of the school year from Slave Day to graduation recorded by the yearbook staff for your enjoyment This years yearbook is bigger and better and we of the yearbook staff are very proud of it Credit for the 59 Blue and Silver is due not only to the staff but to our advisor Miss Hinkle our rambling photographer Mr Yung Mr Ed Sexty for develop ing photographs the administration and faculty and Mr Ken Davidson representative for the Taylor Publishing Company The Editor in U M, J IX 115545 TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration Classes Organization Sports PAGE '31 490 Q i 6213" 'TTY jl E l:Qg+ I i Q Gi 0 0 0 Q G3 -T . . , Aggpg gvvggg 1 g q gg 4 l llll.. c.,c, 1 1 "' - C if rl E f riii ffl ,, . ., c, H , . , .V M63 5 . ,ld J L 0 - sw, l l an V1 1l'll-ll PRlDl1 lWlE lllbll DIC NTB 'L tl1t stttt ol tht B nt 11111 S11 1 routlly alt lt 1tL tl11s ISSLIL to tht Cllbs ot 1930 thc l1rst guru ult alms o 111 o 1 t oo IS 111111 rulp tl11t WL look upon your put 1uo1111 151 mtuts 18 xycll IS your ,1Sy11r1t1o11s tor tht tuturt The lllygll 5f1Ild1I'klS wl11cl1 you luxe 1tt11r1ctl IU 1t1tle1111ts and sy1orts1r1.1nsl11p l111c l1'1LlLCCl set thc Sflgi tor tuturc 1r1tlu1tes 'lou l111e 111 your thru yurs ot lc1tlgrsh1y1 If Atlolto C lllllflllt H1 l1 Qthool tst1l11l1shCd tr1d1t1ons xx 11th otlurw 11111 lolloyy 1tl11c1tt gotls yyl114l1 otl1c1 1111y seek 11111 fllllllkl the ulucs tor XVl1lLl'l our s mol xx 18 clullcl t you Il 11 IINQ, u 11 my your 1tto1111 N1 111t11ts 111 11111s 5L L111'1tt11Ltl vy t1c lltlwlulgt you l111t ILFL ttuurtt 111t tht lflC.IlL'41lWS yo 1 tp t s s 1 o t11tL11 1 1. p , 1 Q a I l ll 1 1 f 5 .QS Z 1" Y ' 5 O Y A yy V - 1' 1 1 1 '1 TY 1 . 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' ...--- ARD'-QI af ,- .fggsm ,M Ute? . ff- ft., f Aki? Q fiafgq 41,4 ,mm 5 Mw J:?"f' , k ,, v 'Nw ' 1 wg-f '- Ki Q Q' V mi, uk: 1 . 1 X !"'. ww nzwwfd Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1959, the first class to graduate from Adolfo Camarillo High School. The student body, the faculty, and the ad- ministration extend to you the heart- felt wish that each of you will success- fully' meet your future destiny with pride in your accomplishments and hon- or to yourselves, your parents and your school. It has been a sincere pleasure to have had the opportunity to work with such a. fine group of students dur- ing the first three years of our school's existence. As the first students to graduate, you have set many standards and traditions that will serve as a challenge to all stu- dents who follow. As you leave us to face a troubled and complex world we are confident that you will continue the many successes you have enjoyed as students at Adolfo Camarillo High School. J. R. Ackerman MRS LACHMANN MR ACKERMAN Secretary Principal AIDMIINHSTRATORS MRS. WUCHERPFENNIG MR. ROSSER Secretary Vice Principal MRS. CAROLYN ROY :4 Secretary LI B RA RY ' M ISS NGO GE l , R ORGY' 6301 gfuollv M Mm GE U56 'ds' E F R ' C00 C 172 YA ' BOYS f oullst-.lor GERALD MR. ARNICH Librarian MRS. NUCKOLS Secretary FACULTY f . I Y' ..,: P-QQ.'-f A Q H ., l , 5.1. h,hb f E gg E ' 3 ::,A 1 , l S Q I fa' ,E A V i 'Z' , . i A A f we in x ,ba MR. DIACK McEXYfEN MR. SERGIUS McKlNLEY MRS. MARY LOU McNEAL Science Social Studies and Physical Education Special Education Department Chairman 0 ,ex . 3:9 x fo 4 5 U. Q 1 J tv, X kb 2'- MR. JAY MERRILL MR. JAMES MOORE MR. FRANK PERRY Physical Education Social Studies Industrial Arts and Social Studies Department Chairman W"""'vi-gc... t 'fiat hw .si -5 fi.-at 'M' MR. HOWARD PLANK IXIR. SY POSNER MR. JOHN REED Music and English Foreign Language and Mithemttics Social Studies . 92, Q J W. K Q' -,..,,...N--0-'-'H'-' 5 as ii i B ,E 5: X 1 1? f,L. 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X K Y .iw as N i ff , ' 1 ff he - 4' ' if ov :mal ,zgiggp f 5W f Q Y in 'N :Ze-X, . ,I A QLASSES SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Nancy Hutchcrafr, Trearurerg Mike Kelley, Preridentg Sandee Strong, Sec- retafyf Diane Love, Veep. . 1,-'24?:+' 15, 1 E I I l 0 LL SENIOR COUNCIL SEATED B Nobel N Hutcheraft D Love M Kelley S Strong G Somers C Brrzendrne STANDING A Bishop D Duncan M Wrlcox B Lambert SENIOR CLASS Perhaps of all the classes the semor class rs by far the most nllummatmg and wonder ful It marks the fmal year of hugh school for the student and the beglnmng of hrs life out IH the world on hrs own It IS the summrt of hrs youth the pomt at whlch he ean look back at hrs sehoolnnb and forward to hrs prospettne eallmg m lrfe To some rt means obtammg a job and establrshmg a XOCHIIOD from rt To others xt means entermg a college or umversnty rn seareh of a hrgher educatron For the latter group the semor year IS dexoted for a large part to makmg preparatlons for entrance mto an mstrtute of hrgher learning There are a multrtude of tests to be taken and fmal plans to be made Whether or not the student mtends to further hrs educatron the senror year rs the brggest year both soerally and aeademrcally No matter what the student s news on hrs future may be he cannot deny that with the passmg of the senior year he has passed through a wonderful and joyous perxod m hrs lrfe ' I 1 D 1. , . ,. , , - ,- ,- , . . :. , ' 1 ' . 1 - ' l I A I ly ,x 1' ny I I . . , . .. . ..7 V . .G . a, . Y . . 7 3 7 7 . . ' f' 1 ' , - ' - , ' y 1 .' . ' A' FRED ABERNATHY Hermosa Beach, Calif. Oct. 24, 1941 Latin Club lg Football 23 Rally Club 43 Boys' "C"3 Varsity Basketball 3. 4 JIM ADAMS Glendale. Calif, Sept. 26, 1942 Baseball: Latin Club 13 CSF 2. 3, 43 Camera Club 2, Veep, Treasurer 23 junior Play 33 Student Council 23 SOS 2. 3, 43 Tape and Disc 23 Band 3, 'ig El Alacran Editor 43 Basketball 4 ARNOLD LEROY ATKINS Brookings. South Dakota Feb, 16. 1941 Football 1. 2. 3, 4. All-League Honorable mention 43 Boys' Fed, Ve-ep 23 Track 2. 43 Basketball lg Boys' State 33 ASB President 33 Boys' "C" Sec- retary 3 MARIA AVELAR Santa Cruz das Flores, Azores Nov. 22, 1939 ELIZABETH BANNISTER Compton. Calif. Sept. 11, 1941 FFA 13 FTA 23 Student Council 23 Girls' "C" 33 GAA 3, 43 junior Council Secretary 33 FBLA 3. 4, So. Section Secretary 43 CSF 3. -I LEILANI BARNES Alameda. Calif, Aug. 15, 1941 GAA 2, 3, 43 FBLA 33 Girls' League Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Pep Club 3, 43 FMLA 4: Ra1lyl.Club 4 LINDA ANN BARNES Inglewood. Calif, May 7. 1941 Transferred from XX'estchester High 3 Des Moines. Iowa PATRICIA JOAN QURQUHARTJ BARNES Dec. 31. 1940 FHA 1. 23 FBLA 1. 33 Band 3. 4 ALBERTA JOAN MARIE BISHOP Salte St. Marie, Michigan 'Aug 12. 1941 Las Avispas 13 Tri-Hi-Y 13 Camera Club 13 Latin Club 13 'Glee Club 1: Student Council 1, 2. 33 Cheerleader 1. Z. 43 El Alacran 23 Junior Play 33 SOS 31 FBLA 5. 43 Rally Club 4 JERRY BOAZ Vandalia, Illinois jan. 20, 1941 CSF 1, 2. 33 Spanish Club 11 Boys' Fed. Citizen- ship Board 33 Radio Club 4 CARIN SUE BRIZENDINE Glendale. Calif. july 31. 1942 Transferred from I-Iealdsburg High 43 SOS 43 Stu- dent Council 43 Homecoming Queen 43 El Ala- cran 4 CHARLES CORY CARR, IR. Long Beach, Calif. Det. 24, 1940 Spanish Club 13 Senior Council 43 Student Council 4 JOHN M. CLARK Los Angeles. Calif. April 7. 19-12 Transferred from Venice High 1, Boys' "C" 4, Football 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 41 Track 4 IVAN CLAXTON Club 4 MARY LOU CONTI Paterson, New jersey Feb. 5, 1942 Transferred from Wfood-Ridge High, New jersey 4, Pep Club 4 DOUGLAS G. COWAN Glendale, Calif. jan, 18, 1941 CSF 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Council Sergeant -at- Arms 2, Veep 4, Football 2, 3. 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' "C" 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Tape and Disc Club 2, El Alacran 2, Student Council 2, 3, junior Phoenix, Arizona Feb, 1, 1937 LINDA COBERLY Santa Paula, Calif. Oct. 4. 1941 Latin Club 1, FHA 1, FTA 1, Camera Club 3, FBLA 3, 4, GAA 4, Song Leader -1, SOS 4, Rally JANET CRABTREE Ventura. Calif. june 1. 1941 Latin Club 1 ANN MORENE CRUM Oxnard. Calif, June 7, GAA 1, FHA 1, FBLA 1, 3, 4, Blue and Silver Editor 2, Student Council 2, SOS 2. 3. 4, El Alacran 2, Song Leader 4, Rally Club 4 BARBARA LOUISE DAILY Oxnard, Calif. Dec. 20, 1941 Latin Club 1, Las Avispas 1, Music Club 1, Mus- ical Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, CSF 2, 3, 4, President 3, Treasurer 4, FTA 3, Camera Club 31 Senior Council 4, Rally Club 4 KERRY DANCE Salt Lake City. Utah Feb. 11. 1941 Spanish Club 1, CSF 1, 2. 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, SBVISC 2, 3, ASB Treasurer 2, El Alacran Council Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Basketball 3, 4 1941 2. 3, Blue and Silver 2. 3. 4. Editor 4, ASB Veep 33 Boys' Fed. President 4 LINDA DEAN Windsor. Ontario. Canada May 28, 1941 Spanish Club 1, CSF 1, 3. 4, Girl of Quarter 2, SOS 2. 3, Girls' League Historian 2, FBLA 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4, Student Council 3, 4, junior Play 3, ASB Veep 4, SBVISC 4, Rally Club 4 ANN DEBUSSCHERE Oxnard, Calif. jan. 11, 1941 Homecoming Princess 2. 3, GAA 3, 4, Secretary 4, FBLA 3, 4, FMLA 3, SOS -1, Pep Club 3, junior Play 5, Girls' League Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Girls' 3. Al, Drum Maiorette 4 DAVE. li. DUNCAN St. Louis, Missouri lwlalrtli 16, 19-11 Camera Club 1, Spanish Club 1, Tennis 1, Rifle Club 1, Track 2, Basketball 3, Football 2. 3, -ig Student Council 5. -ig Boys' "C" 3, 4, FBLA 4g SOS 4 THERESA DURAN Oxnard. Calif. Oct. 23. 1941 GAA 2, FBLA 5 JON M. ERICKSQN XY!ashing.:ton, D, C. Oct. 31, 1941 Tennis l: Spanish Club 11 Camera Club 11 SOS 21 Fl Alacran 33 liasehall 33 Rally Club -1 DIANE FALKF Downey. Calif. Aug. 29, 1941 'l'i'ansfc1'1'ctl from Canoga Park High 4 ARLFY A, FARRFNS St. Louis. Missouri May 111, 1941 Stuclc-nt Council 25 Football 2. 3. 'lg Baseball 25 Ns.. Boys' Fc-tl. Presiclent 23 Boys' "C" 2. 3 4 llie antl Disc Club 3 ROBERT FAY Akron. Ohio Dec, 13. 19-11 Boys' Fed, Sc-crctary 2, Vcep 3, Radio Club 3 ANNETTE GAITHER Fort Worth, Texas Nov. 7, 1941 FBLA 1: Latin Club lg CSF 25 Sopho- more Council Veep 23 Freshman Council 15 Student Council 2g Pep Club 33 El Alacran 3, 4 Boys' "C BARBARA JEANNENE FENTON Portland. Oregon June 5, 1943 BARBARA CKOBYLAKQ GARRISON Cleveland, Ohio Sept. 19, 1941 R. FMERY GERRY National City. Calif, March 27, 19-ll vanish Club lg Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tiack 2, 33 " a A 1 GLENNA KATHERINE GIBBS Hermiston, Oregon Aug. 1941 GAA 1, 21 Freshman Council 13 FHA 2, 3, -lg FMLA 33 FBLA 5 PRENTICE GOODWIN Whittiei', Calif. May 6, 1941 Basketball 3. ,lg Boys' "C" 3. 4 PAUL M. GOSHAY Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 8, 19-il Radio Club lg Camera Club 1, 2g SOS 31 THPC and Disc Club 3g Baseball 3. 4 PATRICIA GRAHAM Orange Grow, INIiQsissippi May 9. 19711 LYINIDA GREEN Carutl1c1'svillc. Missouri Oct, 21. 19-11 GAA 2, 3, -1 KEN HATA Palos Verdes. Calif, Feb. 5. 1941 Footlmll 1. 2. 3. -ig Basketball 2. 3. 513 Bt " " 3. 51: Sn-rgc.1nt-.11-Arms 3. President -1 BARBARA ANN HATT ix Lelvcnon. Nux' H.1mpsl1irt- Aug. 19, 19411 L.1t1n Clulw 11 FBLA 3. 'li 505 2. 3. -1 RAYIETTA HENRY XY'c-tllrnl-1.1. Olxl.1l1nm.1 .Iuly 15. I9-ll FBLA 1. 21 Girls' Lcnlguc 5t11'tt.11'y 51 -Innicu' Countil 3. -1: FMLA 4. -1. Vtqy -ll FHA 5. 11. PM-sillt-nt -li R.1lly Clnlw ll SOS 1 plq1'.ILl'i 9. '1 PATRICIA HILL 1.01 IN RCJBLRT LKPXX ARD N.lxL1l.ll'I. Summl. Bltxitu Nm: 511. 1911 SOS 2: Suplwlnort- Cwuntzl 11 Stutltnt ffwuntzl 21 I'm.1ntl 2. F1 El Al.1t1'an 2. 5. Cfluct-1'lt.1tlu1' 31 blunim' Cuuntil Prcwitlcnt ll NANCY LYNN I IUXVII 5.1nt.1 Rum. f,.1l1t, -luly li. 1911 Lntln 13 CSI- 1, 2, 5. 1. 5Lx1'Ll.lI1' 3: S05 1. Z. . , 1 - 5. ll li.I11sl 1. -. 71. ll Stntlt-nr Cnuntil 2. 5. -11 El Al.l1l'.lI1 1. 5. l1.1lu1'c Ijtlit-11' 11 Blum .l1Ixl Silver 2. 4, 1. llxlllkll' 31 xluniwz' lJl.1y 51 SBVISC 31 Oxtlmutm -1 ROGIZR R. l'lUIjNAl-I. VL'I1l111'.1. Cl.ll1l.. Ft-lw l. l91O Czxrncm Cllulv 1. 2: Spanish Clulv 1: FBLA 1: Stn- tltnt c,l1L1IIt1l 1. 1. 51 SOS 2. S1 li.1st-lull ig vlunim' Council 51 Stnim' Cfounnil JAMES HUGHAN fJX11.ll'Ll. C1l11', Duc, 4, 19111 FLA 1. 2. 9. ll I7nntl'1.1ll 5. ll Boys' "C" 3. -l NANf,X' ANN HLTTCQHCRAFT C,l1.1t1.1mw1g11. 'lkrunt-Sscu Sept. 30. 1911 Stutlnnt f.UL1DL1l 31 SOS 2. 5. 1i GAA 11 Psp Club 13 CSI: 5: -lLlI11U1' Play 3: Scniur Cnnntil 'I'rc.1surcr A1 'IL'D1T1 l LORIZS ILHARRIZGIQY S.1nt.1 lJ.1L1l.1. C..1l1t, St-Vt. ZS. 19-111 GAA 1. 2. 5. 1. Prwitlcnt -11 FBLA 3. 11. Veep 5: Pup Club 5. '11 ASB Sctrctury 33 SOS 3, -1 DON IMHOOF Santa Paula, Calif. Aug. 14, 1941 JOE IVORA Camarillo, Calif. April 24, 1941 Spanish Club 1g Track 2, 3. 43 Football 2, 3, 4g Boys' "C" 3, 4 L. KAY Los Angeles, Calif. Oct. 21, 1941 Latin Club 1g CSF 2, 33 GAA 2, 3, -lg Girls' "C" 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, El Alacran 2, Pep 'S Club 3, 4g FMLA 4 MIKE D. KELLEY Oxnard. Calif. Aug. 19, 1941 Latin Club 1, Camera Club 1, 2, 3g FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Veep 2, Sentinel Al, Boys' Fed. Treasurer 2, Student Council 2. 3, Ai, SOS 3, 4, CSF 3, -1, Veep 33 FBLA 3. -lg Football 5, junior Play 3, Senior Council President -i DIANE MARIIZ KINSCH Algona, Iowa Sept. 17, 1941 Spanish Club 11 Las Avispas lg SOS l, -lg Music Club lg FBLA 1, Aig Tri-Hi-Y lg Student Countil 1, 2, Girl of Quarter 2g Girls' League Veep 2, GAA 3, Ai. Treasurer -ig Song Leader -lg Rally Club -l BRUCE H. KLEINE Southgate, Calif. Marfh 24. 19,11 Camera Club l, 2, Latin Club l: El Alacran 2, Blue and Silver 2, 3. 4, CSF Oxnard, Calif. Nay lo, 19-il San lfrantisto. Calif. Sept. 10. l9ll 3 - ".lNll"' 5' SOS I ' 7 Quran I 3 Iitli- lonioi' Play S, 'lonioi' Coontil ig Girls' ,State 3 Senior Countil Vt-up -ig Blue and Silwer 4 lomona, Cailit Ott. lo, l9lI 3. ,lg Boys' Fed. Citizenship Board -lg Iiraclc 3 CHUCK LAURITSON Camarillo. Calif. jan, 18. 19-l2 Boys' "C" 3. 41 liasl-tetldall l. 1. 3. -lg liaseball l, 2. 3. -l GIZNIZ LIYGRAND Spokane. XV.isliin,uton April 27. 1941 lOHN CHARLES l.lfPPlfR Stucltnt Cooniil lg lunior Plav S DIANIZ RUTH LOVIZ Latin Club lg UAA li CSI' l. 2. fi. -lg I'IA 2, oi' -g Student Coontil L. 3. larliamt-nt.ii'ian 2 GlI.l3liR'I' LOZA lfl5l.A 3 VIRGINIA ANN LAMBERT Santa Maria. Calif. May 20.i19-il Tri-Hi-Y lg Student Countil 1. 2g Las Avispas lg Latin Club lg FBLA 1. 3, 4, Freshman Council l: Cheerleader 2, 4g Homecoming Queen 2g SOS 3. 43 Sophomore Council President 2g Rally Club si 1-4' RICHARD MEDINA LaVerne, Calif. Basketball 2. 35 Boys' "C" 3, 4 MARGARIET ELAINE McCOY Santa Paula, Calif, Music Club 1, Latin Club 1: SOS 2, 3, 4g GAA 2, 3, 45 FMLA 31 FTA 5 RONALD MEINTZER Loveland. Colorado May 11, 1940 ROBERT R. MERRILL Oxnard, Calif. Nov. 1. 19-10 Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 1, 3, 4g Boys' Fed. President 33 Treasurer ,ig Student Council 31 Boys' "C" 3, 43 Basketball 3, 4 JOHN MILLER Santa Barbara. Calif. july 16, 1941 NANCY JANE MCCLEERY Oklahoma City, Okla. March 26, 1941 Latin Club 1, Las Avispas 13 Sophomore Council 2, Junior Council 3g CSF 33 FBLA 3, 43 Cheerleader 2g Song Leader 4 BUDDY MaCMULLAN Newport, Rhode Island May 2-i. 1941 Boys' "C" 2. 3. -lg Track 3. 4, Basketball 3. 4, Senior Council Sergeant-at-Arms -I CAROLE FAY MacMULLAN Newport, Rhode Island Nov. 14. 1939 FBLA 1. 2g FMLA 3, 4. Secretary 4, Girls' League Treasurer 4g SOS 4 BOBBIE SUE MARTIN Spino. Oklahoma Oct. 8, 1941 Transferred from Oxnard High. 4 CRAIG MASON Oxnard, Calif. july 18. 1941 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2. 3, -ig Football 3, 45 Boys' "C" 3, 4 ROBERT SANDS MASSEY Los Angeles, Calif. Nov. 10, 1941 CSF 1,2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, ASB Sergeant-ab Arms 2, Boys' Fed. Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Boys' "C" 2, 3, 4, Veep 41 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Council 3, Student Council 3, -i INIARY ANN McCONATHY Ventura, Calif. july 7, 1941 GAA 1, 2, 33 FHA 3, 43 FMLA 4, President 4, Student Council 4g SOS 4 Feb. 29, 1940 june 21, 1941 TIZRRY MOLNAR Glcntlalc. Calif Ott. 9 'Transferred from Healdsburg High. Hcalclsburg. Calif,g Radio Club -lg Basketball -1 BOB MORRILL Hawtliurnc. Calif. Feb, 2, 1942 Transferred from Xwestchester High, Westchester, Calif. 33 Football 3. AI: Track 3, 4 JERRY FRANKLIN MORRIS Hcrmosa Bcatli. Calif. Nov. 27. 19-I1 FFA 1, 2. 3. -1. Secretary 23 Reporter 33 Camera Club 1, 2g Foutball 5, 'lg junior Council Treasurer Eg Stutlcnt Cnuntil Eg Boys' bl LARRY XVILLIAM MORRIS Hcrmusa Baath, Calif. Nov, 27, 1941 Camera Club 1, 23 FFA 1. 2, 3, -1. Treasurer 21 Fulmtball 3. -lg Bastball SQ SOS -I BIZTTY INOBIEL Oxnard. Calif, May 20, 1941 'l'ransfci'ml from Santa Maria High, Santa Maria, 53 FBLA 3, tl, Prusirlcnt 5, Vccp l 3 'l4l'L'.l5LIl'L'l' 3. Prcsitltnt Alg Blue antl Silvcr 3: junior Play S3 ASB Sctrctar SBVISC -1: Rally Club y -1' Girl of Quuttr I 4 . MASAAKI UNO ALLAN OLSON Ball, Calif. Jan. 91, 1942 'I'ransferrcrl from Ventura Senior High ,ig Basketball -1 Los Angeles, Calif. -lunc 12. 19,11 Bascball 2. 3. -lg Basketball 2, 3, 7 33 Football 3, '41 Biws' "C" R -I 11 SOS RACHEL ORT IZ C.1I11.Il'lllKb, Calif. INIay 5, 19-40 FHA 13 Ciirls' layiuuiit- Strgtant-at-Arms lg Stutlcnt Cuunul 1, 51 FBLA 51 FMLA 53 Pup Club 51 GAA 51 SOS 'lg ,Rally Club fig llu.: 'I'wirlci' -l JIM PIEDEN Huntington Park, Calif, Sept. 6, 19-I0 Basketball 1. 51 Traak 2. 3. '11 Buys' 3, 45 Rally Club sl ART PENA Oxnartl, Calif, Sept, 26, 19-I0 7 3 Football 1. -. 3, A13 Cu-Captain 2, 5. -lg Tratk -3 Stutlcnt Countil 32 Buys' 5. -13 Picsitlcnt 3, Haskutball 3, 'll Baschall l GLEN PIZTIZRS w,l1IIIIL'I', Calif. -luly 6, 1910 FFA 1, 2. S, -1. Prcsitlcnt 13 ASB Prt-sitlt-nt 25 Stutlcnt Cuuntil 2, Kg FBLA 51 Ifoutball 3 LINDA jUNlZ I3OWli Ventura, Calif. Aug. -l, 19,11 GAA 2. 3, -K, P11-sitlcnt 33 Stutlcnt Cnunfil 2, 33 Girls' "C" 1. 9. '11 lil Alairan 43 Pup Club 3, -1. Vu-is 31 FBLA S, -lg Rally Club -lg Ciirls' l.caj.:uc Serge ant-at-Arms 11 SANDRA JAYNE POWE Ventura. Calif. Aug. 4, 1941 GAA 2. 3 4, Historian 2, Veep 4, FBLA 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Student Council 3, Girls' League Sergeant-at-Arms 4 RAY RAMIREZ Santa Rosa, Calif. Nov. 13, 1940 Football 2, 3, 4, Boys' "C" 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4 CONI REYNOLDS Halltown, Mississippi April 5, 1942 GAA 31 FBLA 3, 4, Secretary 3, State Rec. Secre- tary 3, 4, Student Council 45 SOS 4, Pep Club 4 DEAN ROGERS Transferred from Oxnard High 4 MICHAEL ANN RORISON W Santa Monica, Calif. March 16, 1941 Girls' League Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Student Council 23 Blue and Silver 2, El Alacran 2, 35 FBLA 3, 4 YVONNE ROUSSEAU Passaic. New Jersey May 16, 1941 FMLA 3, 4, Historian 4 MARGARITA S. SALCIDO El Paso, Texas jan. 8, 1940 Las Damas 1, GAA 45 FBLA 4 Camarillo, Calif. Atoka, Oklahoma ORVILLE SERGENT July 24, 1941 FFA 2, 3g Track 2. 33 Football 3 MICKEY DEAN SETTLEMIRE Sept. 19, 1941 Track 3, Basketball 3. 4 DICK SIMMONS Van Nuys, Calif. Dec. 1, 1940 JAMES FIELD SIMMONS Miles City. Montana Nov. 30, 19-10 Transferrecl from Custer County High 3, junior Play 3, Chorus 3, 43 El Alacran 4 VIRGINIA SMALL Portervillc, Calif. Feb. 22, 1941 Music Club 1, CSF 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3g FTA 1, 2, 3, til SOS 1, 2, 3, 41,ASB Secretary 23 El Alacran 2, 3, ASIS Comm.-of-Asscm. 3, junior Play 3, ASB Parliamcntalrian 4 JANET SMITH Twin Falls. Idaho july 23, 1941 Band 2, 3, 4, Rally Club 4, SOS 4 NEIL SMITH Sun Valley, Calif. Nov. 4, 1941 Spanish Club 1, FBLA 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Boys' "C" 3, 4, Veep 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4 ROBERT DANIEL SORTINO Detroit, Michigan Sept. 15, 1940 Basketball 4 GLORIA SOWERS Ventura, Calif. july 16, 1941 Latin Club 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Council 2, ASB Comm.-of-Assem. 2, CSF 2, 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Veep 3. President of Section 4, FTA 2, Veep 2, Student Council 2. 3, FMLA 3, SOS 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Junior Council 33 Senior Coun- cil 4, Majorette 4, Blue and Silver 4 JOYCE SPOON Oxnard, Calif. Nov. 20, 1941 Latin Club 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, FTA 2, Secretary 2, SOS 2. 33 FMLA 3, FBLA 3. 4, Pep Club 3, 4 WILLIAM STRITE Glendale. Calif. Nov. 16, 1941 Football 3, Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, 4, junior Council 3, Boys' "C" 3. 4 BOB STROH Passaic, New jersey Nov. 30, 1941 Rifle Team 2. 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, 4 SANDRA MAY STRONG Oxnard, Calif. Aug. 23, 1942 Latin Club 1, FTA 2, President 2, Sophomore Council 2. President, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, SOS 2, 3, 4, El Alacran 2. 3, 4, Camera Club 2, Senior Council Secretary 2, Pep Club 3, President 33 Homecoming Queen 3, Flag Twirler 4, Rally Club 4 RUTH MARIE TAYLOR Ventura. Calif. Dec. 28, 1941 Latin Club 1, Camera Club 1, Girl of Month 1, Las Avispas 1, Music Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, SBVISC 21 SOS 2, Girls' League President 2, Student Coun- cil 2. 33 FBLA 1. 3. 4, Secretary 4, Rally Club 4 MARY TRIBBEY Oxnard. Calif. Jan. 25, 1942 Latin Club 1, SOS 1, 2, 3, 4, English Club 1, MUSIC Club 12 CSF 2, 3. 4, Sophomore Council Treasurer ZZ FTA 2, 3. 4: El Alacran 2, 3, junior Play 3 JOHN TYRRELL Pasco, Washington july 1, 1940 Camera Club 2, Basketball 2, Band 3, 4, Drum Major 3. 4, Student Council 3, 4 OFELIA VIRGINIA VELASQUEZ Camarillo. Calif. Feb, 24, 1942 GAA 3. 4 Pasadena. Cal if. Club 4 Oxnard. Calif. WILLIAM XV. XVUCI-IERPFENNIG Oxnard. Calif, April 20. 1941 MANUEL XVAGGONER Pocahontas, Arkansas April 3, 1941 Baseball 2: Basketball 3 MICHAEL XWALLACE San Leandro. Calif. April QT 1941 Trans. ferred from Thacher School. Oiai. 4. Boys' 'CH ll Basketball li Baseball 4. JOHN XVILLIAMS Chicago. Illinois Dec. 26. 1942 Spanish Club 13 Baseball lg CSF 1, 2, 3, til El Alacran 2, 3: Blue and Silver 2. 33 ASB Veep 2: Student Council 2. 3, 43 SBVISC 2. 5. 43 Boy of Semester 33 Head Cheerleader 3: junior Council 3g Swimming 33 Radio Club 43 Basketball 43 Rally Club 4 BONNIE BARDELL WILSON March 10. 1941 Transferred from Evanston Township High3 Rally MARGARET XVILCOX Oct. 19. 1911 Music Club 13 French Club 1: CSF 1, 2, 33 Girls' League Treasurer 2. President 33 Student Council 1, 2, 3. 43 GAA 1. 2: SOS 2. 3. 43 Pep Club 3 Tumbling 13 SOS 2, 3. 'll Blue and 'N Silver 2. 5. -il El Alacran 2: Swimming 3 3 4 LANCE YORK Oakland. Calif. july 16. 1941 Tratk 3.5 ,Iunior Play 33 Football 5, 43 ASB President 4 PI-IYLLIS ANN ZIESE Oklahoma City. Oklahoma Nov. 3. 1941 blusic Club 13 Spanish Club 13 GAA 1, 43 FBLA 3. 4: SOS 4: Rally Club 4 LUPE ZUNIGA Oxnard. Calif. July 21, 1941 Iwfusic Club 11 GAA 1. 2. 3, 4. Veep 2, 33 Latin Club 13 Student Council 1, 2, 33 FTA 23 Comm.- of-Assem. 31 FMLA 33 FHA 3, 4, President 43 Girl of Quarter 3: Girls' "C" 2. 3. 43 SOS 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 3. 43 Rally Club 43 Girls' League Secretary 4 Art Pena seen receiving award as Most Valuable Player from Mr. Barnes, head football coach at U.C.L.A., at the annual football dinner sponsored by Boys' Federation. 'S NI K A ...C BANK OF AMERICA AWARD WINNERS: Diane Love, Kerry Dance. Competitors for these awards were: Diane Love, Kerry Dance, Mike Kelley, Betty Nobel, Nancy Howe, Sandy Massey, Louis Howard, john Williams. CALIFORNIA STATE SCHOLARSHIP SEMI- FINALISTS: john Williams, Diane Love, Kerry Dance. HIEV MENTS NATIONAL MERIT FINALIST: Kerry Dance. Semi- finalists were jerry Boaz and Diane Love. 23 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SEATED: Carol Dean, Preridezzl: Kath- ie Morris, Veep. STANDING: Ann Summers, Secremry.' Joe Deutsch, Ser- geazzl-fzl-Arvlfg Phil Chase, Sergm111-.zl- Awzzrg Gloria Johannson, Trf'r1,f1n'e1'. JUNIOR COUNCIL SEATED C Underwood G Johann son C Dean K Morris A Summers B Loy STANDING P Chase J Deutsch JUNIOR CLASS Upon reaching the Junior level the student has climbed to the halfway mark in his high school education He can look back with pride on the past two year and survey the progress that he had made in academic and extracurricular activities He has earned the privileges and opportunities which the class offers At ACHS the Junior class has played an important part in the school government as highest lex el at the school During the past year the Junior class maintained a position of preparing the student for his final year of high school For as he becomes a junior the student begins to realize some of the responsibilities involved in being an upper classman Along with the added responsibility of maintaining good scholastic standards the student must begin to think about his future after high school However with all the responsibility the junior year is one of the most enjoyable times during the students high school education well as in the social life on campus due to the fact that the first junior class was the Ra Daniel Ahern, Ioan Atherton. Rudy Baldonado. Leslie Barker. Linus Beall, james Bell, Kathy Bemis a 1 V ' . 1 ff If fr: Bostrom. Gary Bowen, Susan liowlcer. Melinda Briggs. jim Brutker Don Billings, Barbara Bonner, Bryant Digit--ra Robert Bryngelson. Peggy Burnham. Walter Cagle. Kenny Carr. Phil Chase. John Claridge. Carolyn Clark - '23 i I X 1 aa- f i 3. . Y an 3 X Qt' xxx 'S gl H W s I 'i,, '- Em . ZX li 1 L ' is at., ,K ,,- 'C 'e V Richard Coberly, Mary Cochran. Allen Cole. Rohert Cole. Mike Cornett. Glen Darby. Carol Dean X 6 4' joe Deutsch, Robert Dotkery, Virginia Dominguez. Elaine Easley, Carolee Eaton. Roger Etklin. Gerald Estabrook an x K 'fb U' V 'N -in R 4 Gerald Faulkmr Tom Fav Lewis Flores Dime lontes Gerald Fontes Brute Ford joe Fossiti 'wi I' K .4 5 I 462' .52-I N. Xxx li U... ld Xi llcr. Dennis Mitrhcll, Isimn Montiyo. Kathie Morris. George Moseley' s 4 x A 1' -Q Mary Anna Muir-r. Daw Miller, Martha lk ,. .v. .X ha., x : 'X .. ,lim Nuilly. jill Nelson. lgimcs Nucl-cols. john Nurkols. Roger Oliver. Connie O'Ncill, Teil Ono 1 .Yr -ii i xml? 'f .i. y Q v QX Y- 5" f lk Roxiu Orncl.is. Margin-rite Parc. Douglas Parks. Anna Pcrata. james Perry. Charlie Pctcrson. Patricia Phillips . Q , ' ' V A 'li , i -4, in i if .. S X A . A in 54Q5'5f5X , X Ko P' xfxw ,if fi . -' -. Q P CQh.irlie Pisriortii. -lininiy Priic. Linil.i Pructt, 'loc Riigo, XY'iiltcr Raittray. P.iiil.i Rairilon. Dnvirl Regalailo :, yu A fl , ix ,V M Xl 4 K 'V - K' 4 Gsqri Rct.in. Erlxmirl Riio. Danny Rilcy. licaitricc Ruiz. Kay Runnion. Gary Shelton. Kathleen Siffoiml M A . , , i -5 - i glli - i . in r f " Milli A A. Nnnry Silx,i, .loc Simiiionx. -lcriy Sinon. Ron Slcclton. ,lun Smith. Bill ipiclcr. Dcnnis Stone David Stroh, Richard Sullivan, Ann Summers, Rebecca Suytar, Linda Swanson, Debbie Talley, Bob Taylor. 5 Y 'K' Mickey Taylor, Jim Telford, Caroline Trachsel, Richard Throckmorton, Abie Trujillo, Craig Underwood, Sheryl Urquhart. A Pauline Valdez Tom Watson john Webb Ken Weller Robert Wester Michael White Tommy Widick 11 f. R Pat Williams, Billy Wyatt, Edward Welty. GM of the Quarter LINDA PRUETT SEATED D Telford B Madden M Moritz C Morris G Forrester B Bradley B Good STANDING P La Brecque J Estabrook E MacMullen og tg I K0 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Bill Bradley, Sergeant-at-Armxf Mike Moritz, Veepg Charles Morris, Presi- dent,' Glenda Forrester, Secreiaryg Bon- nie Madden, Trearurer. SOPHOMORE COUNCIL SOPHUMURE CLASS With the students promotion into the sophomore level comes the dawn of a new role for him in the high school society He is no longer considered the infant or upper classmen True the sophomore student does not partake of as many traditions or privileges as do the juniors and seniors but he is well on his way to a complete high school education As the student becomes a sophomore he finds that his studies open whole new vistas of interest and opportunity He is offered more interesting courses and is able to see a clearer picture of what the future holds for him both occupationally and socially In closing let us say that the sophomore year is a glittering preview to the fun and interest that is to be had in high school vx "fledgling" member of the student body who is the object of mock persecution by the I J' 44 A , ' ' I Q X- - 5 0 . . . , . I 3 . . - . - . ii i 5 X X x r X 1 X 3 f Qi? wi an 13 Ii l i , xx, ,fv 3' " ay Neil Hastings, Sharon Hawkins, Put Heller, Sliawn Hcmlriqks, lvfuislm Hinwn. Sliiiliiy lin-img. Hclcnc Hill g, V' N, s A 3 Q 1' ' Q I 455 ' ' " A , ' 53 N . I K i if L 1 K l Y . 1 lr - . J . Q " F3 V iii? a si i Z I X . x I gl 5 v ffxi' EM' jeancttc Hill. Kathy Hole, Ruben Holguin, Mary Hollificlil. Diik Hirllwxwll. Siimlixi Huuttm-ig P.imul.i Hutclicmft al- .. lx , ,K A 5 , N , H Y Y Y j HAR! . h,l i l Rc-giim llw, C1-iili.i llll.lI'I'L'j.Llll'. lNfgii'y .l.ll.lI1lllll7. Ciumlil lax. Rilylllliflxl klnmin. Rzilc lirli.imxim. lukic Vlwnu S. A' 9 Q ji Billy KL-llcy. Bill Kcltun. ,livAnn Kgmptnn, l5.1rlm1r.1 Kern. l.ll'lQl:l Kasey. l5.iilWic Kitilign, ,luily Kitilirn if . W Q H As 'wg ti if? . K ,Q E.: A . .H E ,-. - i w 1 i v ' ,iv " F I 7 xx is Ciratiliin KIL-im. lykllill lnllwiciqui, K.ii'l.u liiiiiimix. Ri-lwit lug Ibilllxl liyim-i, lllll.ll'7L!ll l.ilu. Rmcin.ii'ic lirbpcl ,Yi in - 3 -Q W , 5 - E l J ' A' sue. 4 5 in i W l"-2 W N ' , qntgvsgiqn as V' will ' ' 5tcll.1 liiimfm llm Ling llitn limi, ,lim l.iimlL'. Al.1ym l,Xl1tll. lilxii- lXl.uMllll.m. lii-nrlim N-lilklkfl 'TD' KoKo Runnion. Richard Sandoz, Buni Schraeder, Peggy Senate, Nita Septer, Arlene Sinclair, Charles Slyrord 4. ' if 'li- rf ah Ilene Smith, Peggy Smith, Darlene Spring, Shirley Starr. jimmy Stiles, Barbara Stonecipher, George Stonecipher S. vk EXC.. , ' . ,fs .. f tri , , r. .ia ' iz Kay Sutton. Pamela Suytar. Donna Telford. David Trouw. janet Tyner. Ken Urquhart. Elvira Valencia F' 354 Xf K sf 'Ar' jess Valenzuela. Terri Vang. Mike Van Nortwick. Aurora Velasquez, XX'ally Villa,.Barbara Warren, Suzanne XX'eiss I N ' 51.57 , xx ,i ..,. 'fi - - . . as i Nr Dennis Wellonen, Carol Wester, Paul XY'ilbert, Bob Williams. Judy Williams, Billy XY'illyercl. Bob Wilson In Not Pictured: james Dahlgren Jerry Fouts Linda Kersey Jim Husl-c Phillip Lopez Lfanuel Orosco Jerry Remp Alfred Rousseau Linda Wlilthius 3' . 53. if if A is f A if ' ,sf 2- r 4 , X- Q 'fn' Q , 1 :i-'57 " it 4 Cheryl VUise. Ray Young. Carolyn Zamba. Karen Zegarac QQLN. A is FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Leslie White, Sergeant-at-Armrg janet Broadhead, Veepf Judy Adams, Prefi- dentg Nancy Thornton, Serrelaryf Mari- lee Swor, Trearurer. QQ 'I FRESHMAN COUNCIL SEATED C Brrzendme M Swor Broadhead J Adams N Thomton Whrte P Moore STANDING Turner J Agrelrus K McGregor Rrave K Hunphrey A Lukes Talley G Hare 'JU71u4l""-4 FRESHMAN CLASS Perhaps one of the greatest transxtrons ever experrenccd by a student IS the change from grade school to hxgh school It rs lxke gomg from one world to another The stu dent has reached the frrst stage of adulthood wrth which the student must learn to cope and solve Often rt IS not untxl the student gets to hrgh school that he realrzes the serrousncss of a sound educaxon thus he goes through a stormy perrod of adjustment It IS not easy to leave a child s lxfe and enter rnto the role of a young adult urtually over nrght At the time hc IS undcrgomg this change the student IS probably a little less than fond of hrs new school but as tlme goes on he learns to frt 1nto the school llfe and to contrxbute to and benefxt from the fxne growing school that he IS prxvrleged to attend : . ' ' , . , . . , . , . , . , . . . : . . 7 ' 7 ' Y ' However, with the new privileges and freedoms come many new and strange problems . . . , . , , - , 3 7 3 Q' A N. Ruth Abram, Judy Adams, Judi Agrelius, Delores Arrowood, Dianne Arrowood, Danny Augustine. Carol Aultz f A' ii '- Q H . jimmy Barker. Sharon Bauer. Chcryl BQ-.1n. David Bell. lfixinlcir- Bell, Pat Bcnnctt. Dennis Bcrntson 51. , mf ,xr . , X M , is 4 . Q' gg, 512, :fx ,i . , 4, 5 fx , . ' X iv, Li V N X' 'b.uxz.'i 5 Sandra Bias. George Blake, Dirk Boldcn, Robert Borrhard, Bobby Bosworth. Charles B1'CSllL'.lI'S. Carla Brizendine ' K 'S' L 4 v I, 4 i 3 3 2 K sv bat- 'Q 33, .Liner Brimdhcrirl. Dnid Bronson. L.ll'l'y Bryngclson, D.1vid Bulcn. Annu Cannon, Bonnie Christmnsiin, Margaret Cochran i- f 'Kia 5' A 5 -sf' , 'ff , N K , 'X ,A 5 4 a A , .Q Q . X' . " 'K lf: - , ,M ,nxt ' is i 8 Daniel Concrd, Patti Conti, ,liuquclinc Cosgrove, Donngi Cowan, Andy Cmmur, George Cramer, Miiric Cruz ' ' ' 1 ' 'f 1- A A' g i, lr . I my I . 4 V 5 V. - . - i Q WA , . L , Q I N Q. ,. R vb S. ,, -' 5 P A , H VV- A my vu rf Alice Cutler. Marvin Dane. Kcnncth D.1DiL'li, Paul Dcardcuff, Ronald Dr-Boni, Rudy Dclitisstlicrc. -lim Dover N it Q 1 A iv , ni .,,. rf 95 . f' Sharon Richey. Ermalinda Rico. Duane Rotkwell. Beverly Sanders. Dewey Settlcmirc. Larry Sherwood. Edith Shortridge . K Q if L - 5 - r f 9' Q J 9' Richard Siela. Lois Simmons, Shirley Sisco. Earleen Sitmnn. Paul Smith. Kathy Snow. Rxta Solano fs J I A . as fl' - ik. l .J 1 Q H H, - ' xx. X r - 0.72: N L. Rosemary Sowcrs. XXILIYOL' Stunt-tiplrer. l2.ll'l Strong. lXlnrilet- Su-or. Rue Ann 'llnllt-y. Ritlmrtl 'l'.1pp41n, Nanty Thornton 6 . E x - 3 wi Er john Trotter Judy 'Iurncr Robert Txrrcll Quzanne Underwood. Elpedia Valdez. Alfred Valenzuela. Betty Valenzuela it X . , t S X 3' 'Y li .., .X K , Isabel Valenzuela. Jesse Vandevender. Rosemary Velasquez. Gary Vose. Sharon XX'aggoner. Dave Vihgner. john W'atson ww-J Donna Webb. Dorothy Welles. Benny XY"est. Liza Wfest. Carol Wfhelen. Donald Wlrite. Kathleen XY'hite ORG ' IZA NS "ff W ,? . . ANNE KIRK LINDA PRUETT Treasurer Head Cheerleader LINDA DEAN Vice-President LANCE YORK President BETTY NOBEL STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: S. Massey, D. Duncan, S. Bowker, A. Kirk, B. Nobel, L. Dean, L. York. SECOND ROW: P. LaBrecque, D. Kinsch, D. Telford, S. Strong, S. Foote, A. Bishop, D. Talley, L. Pruett, B. Loy, M. McConathy, G. Hare. THIRD ROW: C. Brundage, N. Howe, G. Retan, V. Runnion, K. Runnion, P. Smith, M. Wilcox, C. Dean, P. Moore, C. Brizendine. J, Broadhead. FOURTH ROW: D. Duncan, W. Villa, A. Frost, J. Williams. F. Miller, R. Frost, K. Dance, R. Sfffefmf Dockery, M. Miller, J. Nuckols, G. Sowers, C. O'Neil, M. Pace, R. Talley. SUSAN BOWKER DAVID DUNCAN Commissioner of Sergeant-at-Arms Assemblies FN V' .f-di . A 43 BOYS' FEDERATHON FIRST ROW: J. Nuckols, Sergeant-at-Arms: R, Merrill, Treasurer: K. Dance, President: J Deutsch, Veepg P. Chase, Secretary. SECOND ROW: R. Frost, B. Kleine, J. Nuckols, Citizen ship Board. Y The Boys' Federation, an organi- zation which promotes school spirit, fair play and sets a high code of standards for the conduct of all boys at Camarillo High School, sponsors many activities during the school year. Among these were the highly successful Christmas formal, assemblies, ice cream sales and the Boys' Federation awards to the out- standing boy of each semester, its "Boy ot' Semester" plaque. FIRST ROW: A. Frost, I-Iistoriang M. Wilcox, Publicity. SECOND ROW S Pow: Ser geant-at-Armsg L. Zuniga, Secretary: K. Runnion, Presidentg G. Retan, Veep C MacMuIlan Treasurerg L. Powe, Sergeant-at-Arms. Janet Kern was selected Little Girls' Day Queen at the Girls' League-sponsored Little Girls' Day in November. Betty Nobel was chosen as Senior "Girl of the Quarter" at the awards assem- bly in December. Fudge sales during the year and the sale of Christmas corsages supplemented the Girls' League income. The Club sponsored a backwards dance in the spring and held their annual Mother-Daughter Tea late in May. LIE ...J 6' fl".-3 .ms Lf wmewta. ra.- SEATED Kathy Snow Feature Editorg buzanne Underwood, Business Manager Nancy Howe Associate Editor STANDING: Bill Wucherpfennig, Photographer Kerry Dance Editor Douglas Parks, Class Editorg Peter Bishop, Sports Editor. 4 .s . Q Y i V I ' , I . W tis lf t 4' 5 ' f -. A Y Q 5 kb, P , e as 1 ff V SEATED: M. Doman, L. Zuniga, L. White, K. Erickson, G. Hare. STANDING: D. Asmus, P. Hutchcraft, J. O'Rourke. llLlVll-ZR l 335 z 'in Meet the Press Vhth th1s 1ssue the Fl Al fran stalts 1nothe1 xml of pu l1cat1on T1 staff hopes th th1s p1pe1 w1ll be the most s lsfactoly one exer pubhshed l our hlgh school Fhere Wlll l ten ISSUES and each ISSUE w conslst of four to SlX pages Tl Carnar1llo News lS publ1sh11 the paper for us and our entl staff thanks them greatly Ou1 sponsor IS MISS W1lcG and the ed1to1 IS J1m Adarr Ass1tant Edltor IS T1ny St1ffo, who IS new to our schoo1 t year Other pexmanent s1gned pos1t1ons a1e Featu lf:.d1tor Lar1 Qulnn Stude LOUHC11 Representatwe Kan RIHVG and Sports Ed1tor B SOI' ter Madden III Reporters are D I4 Cllfford Aggen Cartn Br1zen dr1ne Janet Broadhead Bonme A11 Of US h fe are the last CIAIISUHHSOYI Ma1ga1et Doman ones who XVIH ever see Camar1l Kathy hflckson Kay Mccfrcg lo as a brand new school Th1S Bonnle Madd n M a r y U 355:55 lgilnsiil Nlfhtfyijs Dogsfji all four classes It s up to us to Reardon C Snow Sand Telford and yeax for the f1rst t1me we have year w1th us behlfld hem IHLX can do It Brmgmg up CHS has not be n an easy task As CdlT13Il110 matures we see that we haxe grown WIIL1 het In future years we can look back at C1mar1llo w1th prlde knowmg that wt helped lay the fOUHd3.l1OllS VVe the students and tae fat ulty are the school VV1thout us CHS ceases to 8XlSf Our attl l l tude becomes the at the school Too school Splflt IS 1 MVe have seen thls at ball and basketball ga ever too often our sch dles the day after the g tlmes that school sp1r1 ed are those Monday and those days were oul homework If we Splflt on these days school w1ll be more en D Parks Assistant Edltor K Snow Busmess Manager J Adams Edttor NY71l .xx QJOH 1. lblkll year vuth us beh1nd hem th x tude becomes the attxt can do It the school Too school Splflt IS 1mp Bflflglllg up LHS has not be n an easy task As Camar1llo VVQ halo Seen this at th matures we see that we have 1 ball and basketball games ,k ,W ever too often our schoo e day after the ga that school sp1r1t 1 Dreada 1 Days af Sk: Boys Rol nd smear ,out face' he slogan 9.38 Slaxe 1 1r1llo H1gh Actually 1 I make lt so1 'nan Class h he upper cl 1329 even m Really th1 d day ln t unt1l the d one When the Lreshma, and remmlsc el' 1p your trousers Jme l1pst1ck on at s emed to be 1 September 1 V at Adolfo Cam hool vasnt as bad as d We the Fresh a lot of fun and ,man seemed to s the most dread Freshman y ar has come and 1e week IS over can r ally relax all the dlfferent he has had and feehngs that Th1s year for the flrst t1me are those lvlonuay ILS he has I . I 1 , 3 , U , .. 1 ' Z - ' 1 Y 'l 1 , 1 ,I A "'. ' 1 . 1 1 xl - 1 ' 1 . . . . . . F A "f . ' A . t - S , ' 1 ' ' - J - J Q ' P - ' ' ' ' !l 1 ' .ff l 8 V - 1 . v 1- is f u 1 1 1 yu rx 1 5 Q M' -I -. C 1 . . .C ' 'r ', 12 p I . Ae' K . Y I I ' 2. ' ' t ' le . ' v v . i . , . d . W ' . 1 L . - I ' - al . 'V f A 1 f . 1 h y . . . xi i . ' .1 . W e . . . . . 1 r . , U u . ' , 2' le . I . , ' '1. , A Q. , '111:.-f" - n ' ' , 2 ' . n ' ' ' , 1 'E 5 1 5--s - 1 1 1 I ' D - . Y. 1 . 4 0 Y . ' ' 2 1 L 1 sf, Y ' . . 1 -" , - ' 1 1 - - 1 - .... A v " , . t . ' . . , ,, A . 3 I 7 ' Or, 1 I - 1 7 Q ' ' 3 ' 1 ' 1 v 1 1 y ' , ' . ' 0.1mm-. me N. 1.1 c..+..w. 11,1-W.. 1 1 , I ' . 1 3 1 A - - - y , , . N . 1 ' -3 . ,t ' V . Ty L ' . L " , ' ' . . , - 1 A , C L - e. , '1 2 3 . , 1 U 3 D ' l 1 1 - I . . , . .. .... ,.....- ,, G . Wea - 7 3 ' 14. the exper1 nc We have semors on the football helped lay the foundations and thOS9 d21yS We F0 U run 1 4 N he ste ed .o .tw Vt. If FIRST ROW: J. Williams, C. Underwood, D. Cowan, Veep, B. Nobel, President, N. Silva, Secretary, B. Daily, Treasurer, M. Taylor, Historian, M. Doman, Mrs, deSilva, Advisor. SECOND ROW: R. Humbert, E. MacMullan, S. Bowker, A. Perata, N. Howe, L. Dean, P. Smith, L. Swanson, M. Meeks, P. Heller, R. Dockery. THIRD ROW: B. Madden, P. Hutchcraft, M. Pace, G. Forrester, E. Bannister, B. Kitchen, P. Chase, D. Love, K. Reitz, C. Aggen, R. Frost. FOURTH ROW: K. Dance, B. Kleine, D. Parks, J. Adams, K. XVeller, G. Gregg. M. Moritz, J. Deutsch, T. Nuckols. KNEELING: D. Fontes, M. Taylor, Historian, D, Love, Secretary, C. Underwood, Veepg K Dance, President, A. Perata, Treasurer, M. Moritz, M. Misenhimer, D. Cowan. FIRST ROW: J. Deutsch. B. Madden, P. York, M. Meeks, J. Turner, M, Tribbey, D. Cowan, P. Hutchcraft, N Silva, S. Bowker, L. Dean, B. Wilson, B. Wilson, M. jones, M. Doman, B. Warren, Mrs. deSilva THIRD ROW: N. Howe, S. Pace, L. Kay, S. Gunn, M. Miller, J. Adams, J. Bell, K. Snow M. Kelley, S. Richey, S. Hawkins, S. Hall, M. Pace, B. Daily, P. Burnham, D. Wagner, B Nobel, S. Massey, K. Weller, J. Williams, B. Madden, G. Gregg, K. Reitz, L. Howard, F. Miller. NOT PICTURED: J. Broadhead, K. MacGregor, D. Parks. The Camarillo Scholarship Federation, composed of students with high academic achievements, is becoming one of the largest clubs on campus. The C.S.F. participates actively in school af- fairs. This year the C.S.F. took a field trip to Cinerama's Sozzfb Serif Adzfefzlzxrer during the first semester. The Camarillo chapter was represented this year in the Seymour awards by Betty Nobel and john Williams. Also this year, Camarillo took part in a statewide C.S.F. conference. FIRST SEMESTER LI IFE MEMBERS SEYMUILJR AWARD WININ ERS NEELING: D. Cowan, K. Dance, N. Howe, J. Adams, J. Williams. STANDING: B. Da Love, M. Kelley, M. Tribbey, B. Nobel. I Y BETTY NOBEI., JOHN WILLIAMS FIRST ROW: P. Smith, J. Tyner, F. Miller. SECOND ROW: J. Cooley, R. Taylor, P. Moir, J. Kitchen, A. Halverson. THIRD ROW: K. Conway, B. Morgan, D. Duncan, P. Williams, C. Har- ris. FOURTH ROW: Williams, K. Sutton. FIFTH ROW: A. Frost. C. Dean, B. Nobel, B. Ruiz. SIXTH ROW: A. Bishop, S. Foote. M. Rorison, B. Lambert, B. Kitchen, D. Linton, K. Reitz, L. Hill, R. Humbert. SEVENTH ROW: E. Bannister, C. Reynolds, A. Crum, K. Hole. J. Greenburg, L. Elliott, T. Vang, J. Estabrook. EIGHTH ROW: C. Dean, P. Reardon. S. Dester, P. Conti, S. Weiss, G. Forrester, E. Lile. L. Pope. FIRST ROW: L. Dean, A. Frost, B. Nobel. SECOND ROW: R Taylor, A. Crum, C. Reynolds, E. Bannister. THIRD ROXW: M Rorison, D. Duncan, A. DeBusschere, L. Coberly. FOURTH ROW E. Gill, S. Huettner, R. Merrill. FIFTH ROW: S. Faulkner. D Bishop, D. Maurer, M. jaramillo, M. Salcido, S Hall, S. Urquhart, K. Morris. SIXTH ROW: M Kinsch, A. Heggen, S. Henson, E. Carlson, B. Hatt, P. Conti, S. Underwood, M. Mc Clerry, W. Griffin, L. Powe. SEVENTH ROW: F. Alford, J Navarro, L. McCauley, N. McCleery. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF' AMERICA Betty Nobel, Peggy Smith, Pam Moir. janet Tyner. Barbara Hatt. 1 50 In September the F.B.L.A. hosted the South- ern Section board meeting. In December, the club toured the Helms' Athletic Foundation and viewed "South Pacific" on its first-semester field trip. January saw thirty members at the Southern Section workshop in Norwalk. Here, members entered the Essay, Public Speaking, Spelling and Miss Future Business Leader contests. Betty Nobel was named Miss Future Business Leader of America for the Southern Section. Proceeds from sales helped pay the way of 20 members to the convention. McConathy, M. Meeks, P. KNEELING: S. Wucherpfennig, J. Bell, Veepg M. Kelley, Sentinel. FIRST ROW: Mr. Mc Elmurry, Sponsor, B. Kelley, P. McReavy, R. DeBoni, E. Anderson, Treasurer, P. Wilx'ert. SECOND ROW: R. DeBusschere, B. Ziese, B. Bosworth. G. Bosley, R. McHardy, R. Daven- port, R. Borchard, B. Bean, J. Nuckols. THIRD ROW: J. Frisk, G. Faulkner, P. Fletcher, 1. Nuckols, O. Sergent, J. Brucker, Secretary, J. Hughan, R. Frost, Presidentg C. Mason, R. Wester, D. Trouw, L. Morris, G. Bowen, R. Lee, J. Morris. FOURTH ROW: A. Knight, B. Winters FUTURE FARMERS 'l F.F.A. members participated in livestock fairs and shows through- out Southern California. Livestock and crop judging teams judged in several field days and judging con- tests. The club held a joint social and recreational barbeque with the Future Business Leaders. In May the Future Farmers held their an- nual Father and Son Barbeque at Oak Grove Park. The local chapter has won many awards including the county F.F.A. championship for the past two years. FIRST ROW: B. Hatt, C. Brizendine, C. Dean, B. Lambert, K. Morris, D. Linton, A. Crum A. Bishop, P. Reardon, D. Kinsch, L. Zuniga, G. johannson, P. Smith, K. Zegarac, C. Harris E. MacMullen, I.. Coberly, M. Doman. SECOND ROW: K. Erickson, H. Hill, D. Talley, M Suytar, K. Hole, M. Wilcox, V. Runnion, S. Strong, M. Briggs 1 ST'UllDlE'.NT ORGANIZATION M. Conti, D. Fontes, J. Tyner, F. Miller, N. Howe. THIRD ROW: P. LaBreque, J. Smith R. Henry, S. Garcia, M. Pace, C. O'Neill, M. McCoy, M. Rorison, R. Taylor. B. Daily, T Pacheco, R. Ortiz, A. DeBusschere, P. Ziese, C. Reynolds, M. Hollifield, D. Duncan, W Wucherpfennig, R. Hudnall. FIRST RO wh' W2 K. M G B3nf1a?idH?1imE2::kcg. B-rE?11lbnF-liwigef, C. O'Nei11 B 'L0ve,M ' -Gu 'ffataA .' -1.0.5 rs' Tyner, Spggsoflf-RMeeks G- Refiilrk, THIRE RESSND ROW: S , . Suytar, M. Pace Egikson. Foijgighristian ' A llef D We! ROW l ' 165 FUTURE TEACHERS One of the outstanding activities of the Future Teachers this year was the "in-service training" at the hools local elementary sc . In February, the chapter spon- sored a Box Social and the cleverly decorated lunches were sold to the highest bidders. This year the club received its vs affiliated with harter and is no the h rs of America. Future Teac e FUTURE HUWE makers is a activities meeting in nd the spon chapter at t e h school year a family picn with in May FIRST RO W C Ga 'fhcr A C mmm F L"Pez M MCC Ollilfhy B rn EC CND RO W R He nfl' C mchs el D F risk Kcrnpfon M F I lfds M ilttco M F Sanders Sleldq HIRD TAN Ro cpu C 1lfIanRI1LX?Ig' Sl?nig1EAfflFtrZiZ I Wolfe R Ab mo I Kreutco G S0Wer mm L M zlnmp D S G Klel fffiulcy COW!!!-1 A1-ne C Lopg ts Malhadnu SP0n sor Hauser L Whit e 52 MAKERS VCIY 3C- Future Home tive club on campus Among its have been the attendance Lompoc at the district to discuss Consumer Buying," an cl scussion on Dat ng panel i Valen- interesti ing a soring of a tine s Party represented th Gloria Sowers h district meeting was clos C in ed April T e ic and barbecue FUTURENMHMCAL LEADERSUFAAHHHCA The Future Medical Leaders of America is composed of students interested in a health career and is a member of the Medical Auxil- lary Ventura County. Mrs. Robert Willianus is the Medical Auxillary sponsor for the Camarillo Chapter IMLA has taken field trips to Knapp College of Nursing at Santa Barbara and to UCLAs Medical Center Guest speakers to this year s FMLA haxe been nurses a doctor and .1 dental assistant RADMDCLLB The club is newly founded this year and has built power supplies and has had sexeral practise code sessions They haxe also recened their call letters XVAGDBJ ngA.4-pk ...- Tj VCC? D U L ez T ROW RSl3ZrwSpons0I 513202 Shortrxdge E65 O12 Duran 5 Pace Mrs lePheete L Barn 1 asurfff B 5 CM Hen SreMamn N Sxlxg Meta E Mawvgxes H Hlll Beall my D R W I GerfY P DOO Cochfan E WASDB-7 TED G Smeup b YS M GMM EA U u S Holzgraiecj Bhfeie Treasufef 5 watson T King d nt STANDING 5ecretaYY pyesx 9 1 Boaz her Vee? 5 Vlxllxalrmgi Perm, Sponsor Qi 1 4' ' 'V' 5 K uf, f f Q N my N S ff' 1, I . rf 'rl 'ralfall 1, My x 4: Vin. PEG Y Q 959 CADE-ET BALL FIRST PLATOON' Leader J Frisk FIRST ROW' D Bolden L Bryngel NON CONIS-FIRST ROW S V . , . . . . , . - I z . an Allen, G. Fontes, E. son. D. Oestrich, P. McReavy. SECOND ROW: D. Filsinger, D. Bronson, Rico, SECOND ROWg D, Love, M, Cone, M. Van Nort- A. Rousseau. A. Knight, THIRD ROXW: M. Tyrrell, G. Moseley. G. wick, E. XVelty. Peterson, r CALI FORNIA' IBATAILLION CORPS J. Lepper. D. Duncan, M. Cone, T. Richards, B. Stroh, G. Fontes. COM PANY A SECOND PLATOON: Leader. D, Lepperg Sergeant, W. Dance: D. Connard W Cagle, S. Joyce, K. Daniels, R. LaBelle. SECOND ROW: D. Butzner. A. Venezuela, A. Lopez, D. Nottingham, R, Nevinger. .THIRD ROVU: R. McHardy, G. Marshall, J. Laveille, J. Kerrick, B. Kelton. I I -rf I Wx if f is l .1 5 x x 4 -v I , ff, QA, ff? - if LQ . M Q- 3 l"' n iw ri- ini K 9 4 te , , Y wr x 1 xx, ' ii- f. ,LA W ,.. 4 W fx if " 'W in! -. ,ff 'gg E 9 f vw A X Y , mf atm 3. V 'gf' v 3' 1 TYR -1 fl f Z rf I? K W N' A '94 S V " Q5 59 4? i , iw Ms f WW "' X sa A x. 5: 4 t. KL .4 ,gi ' 4 2 Q f I 1 GLORIA JOHANNSON .'4-, -IV PAULA GLORIA REARDON SOWERS I JOHN TYRRELL - ' 'N I , , Q 5 J , I 'Q ANN A SIIMMERS ADOLFU CAMARIILLU HIIGH SQHUOIL BAND Ii I I ANN DEBIISSCHERE I' 'vp-A ,. we 2 ktlxf V 1 I -' 'Lf ' I I if- ,737 wr' -4 V P I I Yi f a if Q ' I , ES , , ,V i' ' I 1 RACHEL' ,ff 2 SANDEE N- MELINDA ORTIZ STRONG BRIGGS PEPQULUB The group received a first place trophy for their out- standing performance in the Ventura County Fair Parade. The club also put on many fine performances during the half times at the football games. FIRST ROW: K. Runnion, H. Hill, L. Hill, K. Reed, L. Powe. SECOND ROW: L. Barnes, L. Kay, C. Reynolds, J. Estabrook, A. Frost. THIRD ROW: S. Urquhart, K. Zegarac, M. Martin, C, Dean. FOURTH ROW: M. Cochran, S. Ibison, M. Conti, D. Telford, B. Ruiz. FIFTH ROW: P. Hutchcraft, M. Mecier, R. Loza, A. Velasquez, C. Harris. SIXTH ROW: L. Zuniga, E. Atkins, N. Silva, O'Quinn, F. Alford. FIRST ROW: B. Lewis, C. Paulson, S. Bias, R. La Belle, J. Simmonds, D. Farrens, E. Shortridge, A. Lopez, S. Richy fPianistj, R. Throckmorton, Mr. Plank, Director. SECOND ROW: I. Codova, C. Clark, J. Walters, R. Pena, J. Navarro, J. Hill, K. Hole, K. Conway, J. Atherton. THIRD ROW: J. Adams, M. Swor, K. McGregor, N. Thornton, G, Dominguez, D. Falke, L. Enoch, L. Simmons, C. Flores. FOURTH ROW: I. Turner, J. Erickson, M. Donahoe, C. Bean, P. McCord, S. Pace, C. Eaton, T. Vang, S. Bower, P. York, D. Maurer, G. Runnion. CFKNQUS The chorus participated in many assemblies during the year and attended the annual song festival at Bannister Gym in February. --Q FIRST ROW: Mrs. McNeal, Sponsor, R. Taylor, P. Ziese, M. Salcido, M. Jaramillo, M. Franco E. Valencia, L. Coberly, D. Kinsch, L. Powe, A. DeBusschere, C. Reed, V. Runnion, S. Fowler G. Kleine, A. Lynch. L. Kay, L. Barnes, M. Swor, Miss Carr. SECOND ROW: J. Estabrook D. Spring, 1. Kitchen, A. Kirk, E. MacMullen, M. Mecier. J. Turner, L. Green, M. Hauser, L White, R. Sowers, J. O'Quinn, K. Zegarac, L. Zuniga, S. Powe, E. Bannister, K. McGregor, D Welles, J. Good. THIRD ROW: W. Giffin, A. Frost, E. Lopez, M. McCoy, H. Hill, L. Elliott M. Cochran, C. Paulson, P. York, P. Moore, N. Septer, P. Cornett, I. Smith, S. Underwood, P Peden, B. Good, R. Ono. FOURTH ROW: A. Halverson, K. Reitz, T. Vang, C. Flores, L. Cochran S. Bauer. K. Riave, L. McCauley, J. Moir, E. Shortridge. M. Eads. C. Bean, R. Talley, G. Hare B. Cabrera, N. Silva, S. Garcia. 'Q v Q v .mm x f ii :bf . , :F , ' 1 fag, f. 5 fm gs, ,g - Lv A, , ' -. V :2?Xf'5:'5?' I "3 4 3 Q1 w R X' s 1 w z 5 x L WRELWWQQ' E fr A Q 3 Q3 ff, J, n 2 1 x L., RQ. SE i s 3 jx t "2.m,,.,f is L 42 . , 1 W' A r-er .. .1 f ' Q A wg , f ik g - S' 4 P' 3 aw N 3 ws 4 . kg? 3 It J'3'a:V - ' tb ,Q .. xv, , if", Q X , Y 0. 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Kmsch. 9 8 4 1 my ...W . , , 2... . 2 . fi was ki 3058 Q 3 I ig, 83 FIRST ROW: D. Regalado, M. Ono, S. Massey, N- Smith, A. Pena, D. Cowan, A. Atkins, J. Hughan, C. Mason, J. lvora, K. Hata. SECOND ROW: J. Telford, C. Underwood, E. Gerry, j. Neally, G. Bowen, R. Skelton, V. Gibbs, A. Farrens, J. Nuckols, R. Sullivan, B. Morrill, B. Mer- rill, B. Willyerd. THIRD ROW: Coach Merrill, L. York, G. Estabrook, R. Ecklin, J. Clark, R. Baldanado, W. Rattray, C. Pisciotta, P. Williams, B. Stroh, D. Duncan, R. Ramirez, J. Peden, F. jaramillo, T. Ono, Coach Lercari. VARSHTY Camarillo Opponent Santa Clara . .. 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Y. .. ,, . . 32 0 Santa Paula .,, ,.., 0 19 Palmdale . ,,v,, 15 26 Lompoc . , 13 32 Nordhoff , . 26 0 Fillmore . 13 13 Hart , . ..,,. . . 19 0 Carpenteria , 12 19 MacMullan throws key block for a Wellonen TD. During 1958 conference play, the Scorpion junior Varsity indicated that they will be most capable representatives of Camarillo High on the Varsity Gridiron in seasons to come. The final standings showed a record of two wins, two losses and one tie, but in overall points scored, it's Camarillo 83-opponents 64. Not one opponent could hold the Scorpions below two touchdowns as Co-Captains Dave Lepper and Cannonball Wellonen scored 17 touchdowns between them. The line, led by "Fireplug" Brundage, "Gabby" George Gill, "Killer" Kelton and "Rapid" Robert Elliott, opened the holes to make this possible. Little Doug Duncan was the brains behind the center that made this assemblage of brawn function with finesse. The team's worst losses of the year were not in the scoreboard, but in the injury list and on one can estimate the team's potential with QB Garnet Ohlrich Qbroken leg, first gamej, and "Marty" Medina ftorn knee ligaments, fifth gamej able to play out the season. The two best games of the season were against Fillmore 13-13 and Hart 19-0. The game against Fillmore will best be remembered because of the team's ability to come from behind. Down 7-0 at the half, they returned to the field and on the first play Dave Lepper broke loose for 70 yards against a defense bunched to stop the thrusts of a "Cannonball." Hart was a continuation of the Fillmore second half except nothing could contain Dennis Wellonen as he romped straight up the center. Wally Villa brings down a Carp Warrior from behind with a shoestring tackle. 'T 1 1 ,? Ja, ff A Nyvf XL 4 XX ,,1 ' n lk sy X-11 u r nf 3 '21 . 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Moorpark Santa Paula Ventura Santa Barba Simi ,, Carpinteria Villanova Nordhoff Lompoc Fillmore Hart Fillmore Oxnard JV Carpinteria Oxnard JV Lompoc Nordhoff Moorparlg I-lart , ra Catholic Opponent Camarillo ,, 51 36 38 51 51 39 46 34 52 39 , 44 62 49 36 43 35 50 46 36 27 47 39 57 32 50 34 48 53 48 78 67 50 59 57 59 61 56 73 57 41 COACH TOMLINSON XVARSHTY lE5ASKlE'll3'll3AlL,lL,, Center Center Guard DAVE DUNCAN Blair-i2gTE Center BOB MERRILL Forward Inf PEDEN MAssAK1 oNo Omar Guard RAY RAMIREZ BUDDY MacMULLAN PRENTICE GOODWIN Guard Forward Center FRED ABERNATHY CRAIG MASON KEN HATA is FIRST ROW: F. Ayala, D. Regalado, M. Cone, B. Bryngelson. SECOND ROW: R. Davenport, J. Vandevender, R. Cridcr, E. Rico, R. Hill, D. Asmus. THIRD ROW: B. Kelton, Managerg K. Urquhart, J. McMullen, P. Henry, C. Underwood, J. Murphy, B. Borchard, Coach McEwen. Moorpark . Santa Barbara Villanova , , Moorpark Ventura , , Simi .,,.,,,, Simi ,,,, , Fillmore , Santa Barbara Santa Clara . Simi ,,,,,,,,, Carpinteria , Villanova . Nordhoff , , Lompoc ..., Fillmore ,.,., Hart ...,,,,, Fillmore ,,,,, Carpinteria ., Lompoc .,..,,, Nordhoff Moorpark Hart ..,,, Opponent Camarillo 17 25 29 28 2.2.30 32 , .26 30 69 18 . .... 32 52 .33 48 A58 17 , .54 38 .. .38 23 , 21 32 N249 48 ,37 53 ,, ,.,, 47 19 . 41 45 . .56 34 ......38 52 ..,...38 25 22,49 51 ..,,.42 51 1.2.64 39 ..,...33 34 ...M37 43 COACH MCEWEN df if ,X ,M .7 ,.., L x- 1 .Q xg., X 9 1 fi I P:.073 1' ,F 1 ? 3 i ,nun-1' . F 5 far ., 1-vw 1 1 QM f . H 3? Y K ig, ' 3 V M L: , N Q I, 4 -1 Mui C9 COACH HUSTON VUho's got it? Bishop? 755 FIRST ROW: D. Wucherpfennig, G. Ohlrich, R. Johansson, B. Bosworth, B. Mosher, R. DeBoni. SECOND ROW: P. Wilvert, Man agerg J. Putnam, P. Bishop, P. Fletcher, J. Trotter, E. Mahnken, W. XVhitmeyer, Coach Huston. NOT PICTURED: R. Jensen, Manager s 'fx' Q4 v'0."f O Qs , "0 on A 'S'D A 5, df' 4 no X ,T 5 ,df 4 r Gi k S '1 612 V 2 we , X 1 L Q,- 'Swag gk . M, . tiki 4, F' 3 fliwni, ll If Q1 VARSITY IBASEB LIL COACH MERRILL ASSISTANT COACH LERCARI FIRST ROW: B. Borchard. A. Pena, R. Coberly. M. Medina, M. Ono, P. Chase, J. Webb. R. Baldonado. W. Villa. R. McSorley, Manager. SECOND ROW: Coach Merrill. J. Clark. M. Wal- lace. D. Cowan. R. Sullivan. C. Lauritson. N. Smith, D. Regalado. F. Abernathy, B, Merrill. J. Nuckols. Manager: Coach Lerdari. CHUCK LAURITSON NEIL SMITH Fmt Base Second Base ART PENA MIKE WALLACE Le t F1eld Pitcher if Qxvx 'Q DOUG COWAN Left Fxeld MASAAKI ONO Short Stop FRED ABERNATHY BOB MERRILL Second Base Rnght Fxeld f' ' . ff- I I I E s Nh! FIRST ROW: J. Fouts, B. Ohlrich, A. Lopez, R. Ogburn, A. Valenzuela, B. XY'ilson, G. Blake, B. Mecier. SECOND ROW: Coach Posner. W. Ellis. J. L. Meeks. G. Gill, R. Elliott, G. McCoy, J, Murphy. R. Siela, B. Pope, R. Davenport. THIRD ROW: M, Moritz, Coach Kamp. G. Pruett, M. Cone. R. Cricler. K. Urquhart. B. Duncan. G. Ohlrich. D. Asmus, C, Brundage. P. Henry. D. Hollowell, B, Lee. D. Butzner, Managers. .ll.,V.. BASEBA L I A1 JF K t", 113, wfifwzvfsf' . 'fi 'lv Q 5' .., 5 n Q ' .Y I I in 5315 -, V 5, LM W 4 A MQ' Q s. . 352453 is-Q fish? 5' sf-w1 fw 'i Z2 ' -- " .WF " ' A K . -,:,a"Il,.w!-Zffw 'V L. -'f -z N113 , K L g prfgkw' H - S 4 Y- Mm-FHJFN 54 W, K YM A 96: ig.. 1-5, .5E' -I N, x , Q "' "v'f"i' Q-S.: COAC H MMXX lk +2?:S.i?il1 521533 'N Q w t A' R, 5- 'fa ., y W 5- ,J k A fa ,J S ,As 'Q za , X, All we ' f ' . 'nw T 1 4 5 5 K 4-gf ww . AIN. FIRST ROW: P. Smith, B. Winter, K. Weller, J. Morrison, D. Stroh, J. Kerrick, L. Lucera L. johnson, L. Bass, R. Bader, B King, E. Mahnken. SECOND ROW: E. Gerry, J. Peden, J. Ivora A. Trujillo, J. Ibe, M Tyrrell, B. Strite, B. Bean, J. Erickson, B. Bryngelson, G. Darby, D Morrill. THIRD ROW: M. Cornett, D. Wagner, Coach McEwen, P. Lopez, F. Ayala, J. Mc Mullen, I. Lepper, S. Massey, B. Morrill, B. MacMullan, D. Lepper, G. Bosley, D. Olden, E Strong. TRACK "ls P. r uv" N .5 .funn if , Q Q. :.., 1 7. K . 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