Fillmore High School - Copa de Oro Yearbook (Fillmore, CA)

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With respect to the illustra- tions on pages 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, ll, l4, l6, l9, 20, 27, 28, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 5l , 52, 57, 58, 6l , 62, 63, 64, 68. and 7l, all rights are reserved to Walt Disney Productions, copyright l945, Walt Disney Productions. 00714 Um Tfwo great continents- One in the Nor'tl1g, The other in the South'- Unfted by the bona' Of both being the "Ne1e' IfVorla'." The ff7?l67'l.Cll.f-fllllffj of hope and promise, Wor'hz'ng together to fwin the 'ware- To 'win the per1r'e-'- To fwfn the right to fzeorlc together For freedom and liberty. For these reasons we have 21 united Il 5 Pan-America as the theme of our 1945 Copa dc Oro. O O n 9? if-if M31-55 Morale builder super deluxe-that's what we call him . . . the man who helped to keep up the old school spirit, the mari who started the idea of Fillmore 'Teen-age canteen. He was also an excellent yell leader. We would yell for him better than for anyone else. Nominally, he is Mr. William McKinney, but to the students of Fillmore he is known as "Mac," l-le's our friend as well as teacher. He had definite ideas and stood up for them. He's still doing that but in a different way. He's fighting for the America for which he prepared us to become citizens. The i945 Copa de Oro is dedicated to "Mac" by the stu- dents of F.U.H.S. who are all looking forward to his return, IN MEMCDRIAM Leo Anlauf Bill Branson jesse Cadena Don Connors Virgil Cox Harris Dipple Charles Felsenthal Robert Fischer Arnold Harrison Bobby james Howard Huestis Bob johnson Sam johnson Hugh Kellerman junior McDonald George Marine Tony Navarro james Riley Raymond Warren Richard Whitelaw William Wileman Phillip Cervantez Grealrr low' hath no 1111111 than this. that I1 1111111 lay 1101011 his 1if1' for his flltl ls ,joHN 15 13 AB EL, EARL ACARIZ A ,LAWRENCE COSTA, DANIEL AGUIRRL GEORGE AKERS ELMOND ALCOCK,MHLLARD ALLEE,JOHN AMRHlNE,EFWE AMRHINE LEONAR AMRHlNE,L ANLAUF A .S D EROY , LE NNIN A O , EVERETT RTHUR,ROBERT ARUNDELL AR ARUNDELL ATCH THUR , PAU LEY BAI L , EvELYN LEY,TED BAKER,EuGENE BAKER,RUSSELL BALDEN,MARY EL BALL.DON BALL, BA IZAB DORU LL s ,MAURWE BALL,PERCY BALLARD.SHERRE BARBA,EZEQUIE BARDEN,L BAR ETH L VIL EFIOY KER BAR ,DONALD NES DON BARTON,ED BARTON, HARLAN BASSHAM,N0 BAUGHM BA LASENOR RMAN AN, HARRY UM, HAROLD BEEBE, EMANUEL BEEM, ARLEY BEEM, LENVILLE BEEM, ROBERT BEEKMAN, EDGAR BENNETT. OTTO BENNETT, RALPH BERRINGTON, GEORGE. JR- BICE, DON BOARDMAN, LESTER BOARDMAN, DONALD BOOKMAN, HAROLD BOYER, WARREN BOYNTON, WALTER BRADEN, JAMES BRANSCUM BRA efwice Rum CASE, EDWARD CASE, HAROLD CASE, WILLIAM CHAVESTE, SIMO CASNER, JA CHANEY CHA N CK , LE VEST CHE SLIE E, F SSAN CHIS EUGENE RANK I, AL HOLM, R0 CLOUGH CCOCH BER , FRAN RAN OCHR CO T R. K , BIL AN CHR CO L , FREE AN LLIN COL MAN I GAIL S, GE LINS CON ORGE I JOHN W. NORS. DONAL COOK. NICOL COOPER CORE D . DON LEE . GORDON CORNELIUS. KENNETH COUCH. JOHN T. COUCH, MILLARD COX, BUSTER KELWINJ COX. DARRELL COCHRAN COX. DONALD GLEN COX. KENNETH COX. VIRGIL CREEME CUR NS RAN CUR . LLOYD I JAMES ROBERT RIER. ARTHUR CURRIER. BEDFORD DARIES. PAUL . GEORGE ERNEST DAVIS. GERALD DAVIS. PERRY DEAL. WILLIAM DE FEVER. 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JOHN CADENA, JESSE FISCHER. ROBERT CAMPBELL' BOB JOE FITZSIMMONS, CECIL CANNON' JAMES FORTNER, JAMES CAIN, JACK OLEN FOSSATI. FRANK CAPPEL,JOHN DAVID FRANCE KENNETH CARDONA, DANIEL FRANCE. PAUL CARPENTER, WILBUR FREMLIN. GUY CARRILLO, TONY FREMLIN. RAY CARTER, DWIGHT JR. FULLER. JOSEPH W. CARTER,HAZEL HAYNES FUREV.TEDDY CARTER, HAROLD GAGE. DICK , Al CARTER, HERBERT GAZZAWAY. ROBER W " U feb R R -9 J' Iv ix! ' I ao V 5. ' , . ' L - o 1 4 f 0 f,-L i X 'ig . JN. N ANI. X T GENE GOODEN.M GOOD ARvIN ENOUGH. DON RAY ELMER ?iREdOWSK,l. JOE'- H- GONZALEZ. FRED EL GUERRERO. MANU GUNTER. ARMOND GURROLAI CP-MH-0 GURROLAI JOHN GURROLA. JUl-'O GUTIERREZ. JESUS GUTIERREZI JOE HAAsE, WINSTON H- HAASE, YNEZ HALL. ROBERT HAMAMOTO. BEN HANNA, GEORGE HANSEN, DARW- HARDISONI AU-EN HARDISONI JAMES L HARDISON. RUSSEL HARMONSONI DOFHS HARRIS. JOHN HARRIS. TOM HARRIS, vIRGIL HARRISON. ARN0'-D HARTHORN. MERLE A HARTHORNI WAYN HARVILLEI HATCH H E A KENN ER, S AYNE H ETH AM s, BILL AYNESAOIJAROLD vs, "HAENDERsoN. HESTEE HENNING, BILL HENNING, BRUCE B HENNING. DAVID HERNANDE HENR 5 J Rada KEL R AN, JOHN PIE D, DEAN KENPIEL , KEIT KENNEDY, KE KENNEDY KING K I , DALE ING, MILDR KING, RAYMO KING. ROBERT KING. WILLIAM KIRKPATRICK, KLoTz, BEN KDRTAN, MAL LAPKAs, P LANDE LA LE M KEN L D H NNE KL . E. N R TH EM B R. D D . M. A. OBERT M K , J COL AUL C R8 WTO LA NI , ROBERT N. JOHN YMAN. DONALD LEE, CORKY LEGAN, FLO LEGAN ILEGA YD N. EEZOLD . NETH EGAN. LYLE LEGAN, W LEGAN LE . SAM , W GAN LEO . VERNE . WILLIAM N. ELIAs LEON, JOHN d'58fl?" .5555 . PH CA LEON' TONY BALLERO LEWIS, Boa LEWIS. BOYCE LEWIS, FLOYD LEWIS. LELAND LIEBERKNEGI-IT, LE0 LISK. DELAVAN A'7ILcOQfD. EUGENE J c MPBELL. PETE NDREW MecLEAN. ROBERT 'RWN z, A MDCOOL, GERALD Y, ARTHUR MCKENDRY, DON HENRY, HENRY, JR. MCDONALD, HOWARD R, HENRY. JOHN MSKENDRY. WILFRED HERNANDEz, ANDREW MAcY, PI-HL,-Ip R. 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JARRETT, ERWIN MORALES, coRNELIUs JoHNsoN, ANDY N'Y'8F'f,Q,bES- GERTRUDE JOHNSON, KENTON MORE 0' 'SNAH JOHNSON, NEWELL N01 WALTER JOHNSON' ROBERT MoRRIs. WILLIAM L. JOHNSON, SAM MORTON CLYDE HoMER, JR. JONES D!FlOY JR M0SBARdER- DON Jo Ei'-,AMES H1 ILIVIUMME, KENNETH CLYDE Jo'NE . JOHN EDWARD UNOZ' CHAR'-ES 1-- KAB L BUCK MUNoz, EUNAMACE REE R' cl G. MYERs, CARL E. KELLERMAN, HUGH MYERS' OMAR S 8 G X I I :'.."' 46" PA QS 5 its P T.-jg M HOLAS NADIN, ToM NAvARRo, HENRY NAvARRo, JOSE NAvARRo, TONY NEASE, JORD NELSON DONALD NELSON, VERNON NICHOLS, WESLEY NORTON, ARTHUR NORTON HAROLD NORTON, TOM oLIvARES, H. R. oLNEY, HARLEY ORTEGA, ANGEL oSIaoRN, IGIANREQLE E RN ?'?M?ELEORD, FREDERICK PAGAN, JACK PASAN, LEON PASAN, LEW PAREDES, TEEN PATTERSON, RICHARD PATTERSON, SIDNEY PEARSoN, BILL PERKINS, EDDIE PETERSON, E. D. PEYTDN, HARRY PEYTON, SYDNEY PEYTON, LEONARD PHILLIPS, ROBERT POWELL, JAMES POWELL, MASoN PRECIADO, LEONARD PRESSEY, LYMAN PURDUM, LYLE PYLE, ROBERT RAMIREZ, PAUL REAL, JOE REAL, WILLIAM REDWINE. PERRY REED, RAY REED, JOHN REED, WILLIAM REEDER, WILLIAM REHART, ROLAND REID, GEORGE REYES, JAMES RICE. ED. SR. RICE, ED. JR. RICKMAN, RICHARD RICHMAN, L. c. RIDENBAUGH, BEN RIDENEAUSH, BILL RIESGO. ALBERT RIESGO, FIDEL RIESGO. LEONARD RIHBANY, MICHAEL RIHEANY, NASH RILEY, JAMES ROBERTS, GEORGE ROBERTSON, ROBERT ROBINSON, WALLACE ROMAIN, PHIL ROMERO, HEME ROMERO, PETE RoMERo, RAPHAEL ROSS, R. A. RUDKIN, WALTER RUSSELL, JACK, SR. RUSSELL. JACK, JR. SANCHEZ. PoRTINo SANCHEZ, MIKE SANDOVAL, BEN ScHELL. PERcY SCHLEIMER, JACK ScHUMAKER, RIcHA ScHUMAKER, SCHWAR Sco Swain ekadfm 3'IkM3'NSEsh'2 RRY SlMMONS,,J. L. JOE SIQUEIDO, ALBER SIQUEIDO, CA SMITH, C SSMIT T RLos LAIR H, JAMES MITH, Ml SNOW so ELGITTON N UTI-fWlCK SoUTHw SoU EN SPITL SPITLE SPR PEN SP CK STA J RVL ICK GL GLE EN ,VER R D CER NON ELBERT CLYDE EF LU WAY ROBERT NS J A H CIUS E ,CON R AGI STA ' 0 a cK' R STE PPIIE STEP PLE TEV S RT EW! ST R AR ENS RP: F TEWA ' A ST Y K D STS RIFL ' STR NOLD RoU RT' ST '- RT CH LES RED R ICK, DA THw ' SPAN , S r C . E NET H DNEY ER A S OUD STU N WICHE RGEDN. DL-Algal UUNDQUIST, JAcK SQQVQQJZ. JoHN EY, DLE. GLOM SWOPESY BART A TAYLOR. DON TAYLOR. GENEVA JIJESI5' IZOBE THAYE ' TH ALLRT R OMP T TR AC HEODOEE soN. NEAL AXLER. DON TROUI BEN H JJQET. CHARLES E, vAN DgiE'No1?ER3HvIR VAN oRSDoL, EEBERTQINIA VAN ORS-DOL. MANLEY VARGAS. MANUEL vALDIvIA, PEDRQ QIASQUEZ, FRANK VEDDER. DDNALD N. ELASQUEz. MIKE MVYAGNER, ELTON wid-gil? IZIZANKLIN M WALSH. B'ILL BERT wALTERS J wARRE WA JANTES N 'RA5' RRINd, EU Mo WARRING wAR w ND D gi-'ENE L. . . EPHEN E RING. WILLIAM AvER. GEORGE WEBB, ELMO wEBa. JAM WHIPP w ES HITE LINE' PAUL ARIE WHITELAW, DI-ETA JU wHITELAw wILEMA wIL NE K N ISLBOB EMAN' WIL fROB YDE , DO EMAN MHLE Ml ERTJ D NNIE OROTHY CONN MAN., THOMAS Q ERS' ILEMAN. w. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, FERMAN RD JIIRONL UGENE TZ EYEARNON YBARR'A, FIDENCIO TT WILLIAM YBARRA, MARcELLINo ' YECKLEY. WILLIAM E. SEISLER, IRWIN VOUNG GERAL SEISLER. MARION YOUNG ' Mu-TOND SELF. R. D. YOUN ' u SHIELDS, WILLIAM HMMEGFIMVXENDELL S 0 0, SHIELLS,, JAMES N-RONALD 0 O 9 L? .Q , THIS LIST COMPILED AS or APRI ,X E 'If ...-2 -' V9 ,rf f S ff L10, if t f5 ak ' X qCIb 6 a 1M5 EY TER M IN i I I Gan I ADMINISTRATION-LA ADMINISTRACION Nuestros mentores simpeiticos . . . Our sympathetic guides. II CLASSES-LAS CLASES Donde algunos alumnos trabajan . . . Where some students work. Ill ACTIVITIES-LAS ACTIVIDADES Nuestra palabra favorita . . . Our favorite word. IV SPORTS-LOS DEPORTES El juego ante todo . . . The game first of all. V FOR FUN-PARA LA DIVERSION QEI porvenir: que serai de nosotros? . . .The future: what will become of us? HMWMFM 0, ,B say' X o x ,lm YL' wgk r x V X X New Y 'if XX 0 1, F75 P! Io k 1 1- Q T 42 LW? x 5 X I .944 V 5 Q A, f 1 6 A 'G I fqcfmanafthafaan - fa 14 Nuestros mentores simpaticos. . .Our sympathetic guid ' Mudaqe The events of this year have been written in the annals of Fillmore High School by their quality. May those who are graduating go forth with con- fidence: Confidence in themselves, their fellowmen, and in the Democratic way of life. D. W. MAIN, Principal. Vice-Principal and Dean of Girls Mr. Charles Neuman , . Miss Amy Smith . . . x Man of the hours." Advising the road to success." . J I-fix D . i N xy - I xl 17 l A- A i Ti . ' 5 6 J...'vQg2 . A A: , .C' fL , I TRUSTEES l From left to right: Albert Haase, Leo l-larmonson, Clarence Burson, loc Scanlin, Floyd Warring. 0144 7eacfuIn9 .-gllaff 45 A l Top picture, left to right: Mr. Harry Bigger, Miss Alice Hansen, Mrs. Isabel Sankoff, Mr. Walter Hall, Mrs. Agnes Winkler, Miss Muriel Mc- Donald, Miss Vivian Lang. Middle picture, left to right: Mr. Glenn Stull, Miss Eleanor Lockwood, Miss Vera Fremlin, Miss Eugenie Snowhook, Miss Fern Mythaler, Miss Prudence Oleson, Mr. Russell Trimmer. Bottom picture, left to right: Roger Casier, Mr. Leo Sankoff, Walter Hassall, Miss Ruth Tope, l Margaret Phariss, Mr. Walter Stevi Mr. jerry Garrison, Mr. Ross Buc WSW iss Stella l-larthortn, Secretary. l 4 Top row left to right Peggy Gutierrez Eva Davis Berta Merry Lett to righti Glen Mayhew, Peggy Mos- barger, Gerald McCool. Middle r'ow: Marian I-licks, Wanda Core, Claire Gratfer, Mary jean Cox, Betty King. Bottom row: Pat Legan, Carmen Garcia, Miss Ellen Guthrie, Marjie Hanson, Audrey Spangler. ,xl -A L . ire -' RE l i. 9' i I 'ttgzlsff 1' len Ridenbaugh, Robert Styles. Clifford Lee, Aaron Myers, Mac Delfever, Frank Gregoski. ON l , 4 Slucfenl' fauna!! Top row: lane Pressey, Vice-Presi- dent, Genelle McFadden, Commis- sioner of EntertainmentgWilma Elliott, Commissioner of Finance. Middle row: Carol Howard, Editor of Copa de Oro, Natalie Harthorn, Commissioner of Advertisement, Harold Southwick, President, Inez Mosbarger, SecretarygAudfey Spangler, Editor of News Flasfies. Bottom row: Robert Southwick, Second Vice-Presidentg I. C. Taylor, Commissioner of Athletics. First year . . . representative from each Seventh and Eighth C-rade homeroom . . . Bobby Southwick, President , . . Coun- cil directs hall traffic in lunior High . . . plans assemblies and parties . . . keeps lunior High bulletin board . . . creates high standard ot citizenship and school spirit . . . aids in bond drives. Top row: Mr. Roger Casier, Adviser, Patricia Balden, Representative, Sarah Shiells, Secretary, Norma Banks, Hall Monitor, Maxine Taylor, Hall Moni- torg Miss Vera Fremlin, Adviser, Bottom row: Stephen Cochran, Representative, Douglas McCullough, Representative, Stanley Hurst, Hall Monitor: Saylor Milton, Hall Monitorg Roger Young, Hall Monitor, Ronald Balden, Representative. Other members ot the junior High Council are Bobby Southwick, Presi- dent, Dick Hackney, Representative, Barbara Bliss, Representative, Reedean Dement, Hall Monitor. v -, r J 'K-sk Student Council . . . very active worked well as unit . . . worked for common good of whole student body . . . stressed school spirit . . . bought several Sl,OOO War Bonds during year . . . started Noon Dances in gym . . . cleaned trophy case and polished trophies . . . decided on new yell leading outfits . . . collected money for several drives . . . backed Red Cross . . . also T.B .... sent Christ mas letters to all Fillmore service 1 men . . . helped with lamboree of - '44 . . . sponsored United National Clothing Collection drive at school The council express their appre ciation to Mr. Main and especially to Miss Alice Hansen, as well as to the entire Student Body, for their help and cooperation. ff, 74m Wadi News Flashes Copci cle Oro Active year , . . successful "Good Neighbor" dance . . . de Oro, printed larger paper with more features . , . belatedly pro- duced first annual in two years . , . Mr. Walter Hassall, Pub- lications Adviser, and Mr, Walter Stewart, Printing Adviser... two junior Class Editors, Audrey Spangler, News Flashes, and - Carol Howard, Copa de Oro . . . lots of work , . . much fun . . . Staff included: Associate Editor - - Carol Howard Sports Editor - - - - - Tom Smith Exchange Editor ---- Mary Huddleston "News Flashes" Illustrator - - - Betty King "Copa de Oro" Illustrator - - Tom Griffin Carol Howard, Editor of Copa PUBLICATIONS cLAss, left to raging Audrey Spangler. Editor of Mary Huddleston, Betty King, Tom Smith, Pat Nelson, Genelle McFadden, Mr. WaltCr Hassall, Audrey Spangler, Leon Blythe, Carol Howard, lane4Pressey, News Flashes. PRINTERS, left to right: Top row: Bill Thompson, james Riesgo, Harvard Haase, Mr. Walter Stewart, Dick Turk, Don Downey, I. C, Taylor. Bottom row: Betty Lee Clapperton, Ruth Butler, Betty Gazzaway, Lovelia Baughrnan, Bonnie Maier, Margie Walsh, Carol Howard. Awbfwpm H Q AMN ,,. Y 1 m 42N X400 f f' X '30 w II GMM - .Em Elma Donde algunos alumnos trabajan . . . Where some stu '7fze eval of '45 Officers for the Class of '45 in this, their senior year, were: Dick Baker ----- President Wilma Elliott - Secretary-Treasurer Cenelle McFadden - YellLeader Senior Advisors were Miss Amy Smith and Mr. Harry Bigger.. The following men now in the armed services of our country will receive their diplomas with the Class of '-45: Lionel Earl Abel, junior - - Edward Albert Dominguez - Thomas Robert Lewis - - Franklin Eugene Lloyd - Clyde H. Morton, junior - Donald Pal Tucker - - CLASS HISTORY: - -U.S.N. - U.S.M.C. - U.S.N. - U.S.N. -U.S.N. - U.S.N. Started with a bang in Freshman year . . . Calmed down by initiation . . . Surprised seniors by successful Hobo dance . . . Sophomore year exciting , . . worked hard helping farmers with crops . . . Showed their enthusiasm in school activities junior year huge success . . . Cupid's arrows shooting at Valentine dance . . . Mardi Gras theme of Prom . . . Atmosphere of gaiety and merriment . . . Unforgetable Senior year . . . Starting with lipstick and onions on Freshmen . . . Wonderful time at "Blackouts" on ditch day . . . Laughs and excitement in Senior Play, "New Fires" . . . Double cast big success . . . Week of rush and final preparation for graduation . . . ' Athletic banquet . . . Baccalaureate . . . Tea at Ebell . . . Rotary 1 luncheon . . . Prom . . . Four unforgetable years. 11 NADINE BAKER Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4 BILL BISHOP F.F.A. Pres. 4 Football 4 WANDA BASOLO Tri-Y 3, 4 G.A.A. 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 4 LEON BLYTHE Hi-Y 4 F.F.A. l, 2 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Baseball l, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 4 News Flashes 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Dramatics 4 ELEANOR BURROUGHS Tri-Y 3, 4 jamboree 4 Christmas Pageant I, 2, 3 Chorus 4 CLAYTON BUCHANAN F.F.A, I, 2, 3, 4 VIRGINIA YONTS Transferred from Iowa 3 G.A.A. 4 Tri-Y 4 Senior Play 4 35 .K HAROLD BROWN Class Pres. 2 Hi-Y 3 5 Sec. 4 Christmas Pageant 4 News Flashes 3 Dramatics 4 NAVIS ATCHLEY Tri-Y 2, 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Senior Play 4 RICHARD BAKER Class Pres. 4 C.S.F. I, 2, 35 Pres. 4 Senior Play 4 Orchestra 2, 4 Christmas Pageant 4 BARBARA ALCOCK Transfer from Covina Tri-Y 4 Pi Theta 4 C.S.F. 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Iamboree 4 Orchestra 4 Senior Play 4 Hi-Y 4 Iamboree 4 Spanish Club 2 4 ..---i? ,, . fi WWQ55 , 1, ,-5' as 5 I' I H Q NF! Val? saw 44'-"W" Q3 Q 7 5 54" 5 J Rx 4' 'Hi' 16' X x WW I E294 llirjliifi . .KNOX "!"""""?' NELLIE CARRILLO Christmas Pa eant Z, 3 8 Chorus 2, 3 ABUNDIO CARRILLO Letterman 3, 4 Basketball 3 Track 3 BILLIE CHAPLIN Tri-Y 4 lamboree 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Dramatics 3, 4 DICK TURK Letterman's Club F.F,A. I, 2, 3, 4 Track 4 3:48 BETTY LEE CLAPPERTO Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4 ELMER ELLIS Baseball 3, 4 Football I, 3, 4 Basketball 3 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Track WANDA CORE N Christmas Pageant I, 2, 3 Senior Play 4 GUILLERMO GARCIA Pi Theta 4 Letterman 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 MARY IEAN COX Christmas Pageant I Spanish Club 2 1+-,,ff"'-,TY ' -- , ff DEAN GREGORY Football Baseball Basketball Letterman 2, 3, 4 lamboree 4 Band I, 2, 4 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y I, 2, 35 Pres. 4 , Class Pres. 3 I F,F.A. I, 2 Senior Play 4 ramatics 3 1 EVA IS G.A.A. I, 2, 3 lamboree 4 WILMA ELLIOTT Vice-Pres. of Class l Sec. of Class 4 Com. of Finance 4 Tri-Y 35 Treas. 4 County Y Council Sec. 4 C.S.F. 3, 4 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Letterwoman 3, 4 D.A.R, Rep. 4 Christmas Pageant 3, 4 Senior Play 4 CHARLES HARBISON Football l Letterman 2, 3, 4 F.F.A, l, 2 Baseball 3, 4 Boxing 2, 3 Hi-Y 4 Senior Play 4 CARMEN GARCIA Pi Theta 4 BILL HARDISON Band I, 2, 4 Orchestra 4 lamboree 4 T.oRRAiNE GRADY C.S.F. I, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4 Letterwoman 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2 Pi Theta 3 5 Sec. 4 Tri-Y 4 Iamboree 4 Christmas Pageant 3, 4 Senior Play 4 MELVIN HICKS Pi Theta 4 Letterman I, 4 NATALIE HARTHORN G.A,A. 4 Artist Club 33 Pres. 4 Com. of Advertisement 4 Yell Leader 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 4 Chorus I, 2, 4 Iamboree 4 Girls' League Rep. 2 Senior Play 4 r..,,. ,, ,V if 'L MARY LOU ELKINS Tri Y 33 Sec. 4 lamboree 4 C.S.F. 4 Spanish Club 3 Orchestra I, 2 Senior Play 4 Dramatics 3, 4 THOMAS GRIFFIN Boxing 4 Baseball 3 Christmas Pageant 4 F.F.A, 2, 33 Sec. 4 Senior Play 4 JANE DRYDEN G.A.A. I, 2, 33 Pres. Letterwoman 2, 3, 4 wi 19 .t Ui 1'.:-'g,v- 4 ift ..-RG.. .Sv H-eff' jf! v"'sf" MARY HUDDLESTON Girls' League Vice-Pres. G.A.A. 4 News Flashes 3, 4 Christmas Pageant l Tri-Y 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Dramatics 4 CHARLES HUDDLESTON Pi Theta 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Hi-Y 4 PAT LEGAN G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Letterwoman 3, 4 ANNE LIDAMORE Orchestra l, Z, 4 C.S.F. 3 Tri-Y l, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2 jamboree 4 G.A.A. 2, 3gSr. Rep. 4 Christmas Pageant l, Z DICK LEGAN F.F.A. 4 IESSE LONG Pi Theta 33 Pres. 4 C.S.F. 3, 4 Q if x 1. C. TAYLOR Football l, 3, 4 Basketball l, 3, 4 Baseball l, 3, 4 Com. of Athletics 4 F.F,A. 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 BETTY KING Tri-Y 33 l-list. 4 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Letterwoman 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Iamboree 4 News Flashes 4 VERNON JAMES Pi Theta 4 Senior Play 4 IAY WOLFGANG Pi Theta 3, 4 Boxing 4 Wrestling 4 LOIS LEGAN Transfer from Santa Paula Girls' League 4 WANDA MCCLUNG Transfer from Oxnard 3 News Flashes 3 ...ag ' . 5' fi 2 "1 l i- T' 1' A Q it Q gil :ICP u Y mul, BONNIE MAIER G,A.A. 2, 3 3 Treas. Tri-Y I, 3, 4 Iamboree 4 News Flashes 2 Senior Play 4 HENRY NAVARRO Letterman 2, 3, 4 Football Basketball Baseball Track GLORIA MAUCK Girls' League Rep. I Chorus 4 lamboree 4 4 Christmas Pageant 3, INEZ MOSBARGER C.S.F. 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. 3, 4 Letterwoman 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 Sec. Student Body 4 Senior Play 4 Dramatics 3 BILL PALMER MARGARET MCGREGOR GENELLE MCFADDEN G.A.A. I, 2, 45 Vice-Pres. 4 Class Treas. 2 C.S.F. 2, 35 Treas. 4 lamboree 4 Senior Play 4 Tri-Y 35 Vice-Pres. 4 Yell Leader 3, 4 Class Yell Leader 4 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Letterwoman 3, 4 ,,,-,,..-, . , ..,..1 C.S.F. 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4 Class Vice-Pres. 4 Letterman 3 Spanish Club 2 Pi Theta 4 News Flashes 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 MARTHA NEAL Tri-Y 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Senior Play 4 LLOYD PERKINS Christmas Pageant I, 2 Pi Theta 4 Orchestra I, 2 Hi-Y 33 Vice-Pres. Class Sec. 3 Dramatics 3 Senior Play 4 Christmas Pageant 2, 3 Orchestra I, 2, 4 Chorus I Letterwoman 2, 3, 4 Pi Theta 4 Spanish Club 2 HAROLD MORTON Letterman 2, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Track Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Iamboree 4 Christmas Pageant I, 2, 3, 4 Com. of Entertainment 4 Dramatics 3, 4 lamboree 4 Senior Play 4 News Flashes 3, 4 Girls' League Rep. 2 Annual Staff 4 . ,at 1,-1.3fR13'l if Q WT? PATRICIA NELSON C.S.F. i, 2, 5, 4 Pi Theta 4 Spanish Club 2 Chorus I Tri-Y I, 2, 3, Pres. 4 G.A.A. 3, 4 Letterwoman 4 News Flashes 4 Annual Staff 4 Orchestra I Senior Play 4 Dramatics 3 A, vein., wif' 'WWW I f"""'! 3 Riff , ff.-as sw N LEWIS PERRY IDA SANCI-IEZ Pi Theta 4 Christmas Pageant 2, 3 Chorus 2, 3 IANE PRESSEY BILLIE TUCKER Christmas Pageant 2' 3' 4 Trans from Santa Paul Dramatics 3 -' Senior Play 4 Girls League 4 Spanish Club 2 RICHARD PYLE Iamboree I Annual staff 4 Foofbal I News Flashes 4 Annual Staff 4 -I-ri-Y 3, 4 News Flashes 4 Vice-Pres. Student Body 4 lambofee 4 Girls' League Treas. 2 Girls' League Vice-Pres. 3 Girls' League Pres. 4 TOM SMITH Football I, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3 Christmas Pageant 4 Dramatics 4 F.F.A. 3 News Flashes 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 FRANCES WATERS G.A.A. I, 2, 3 HAROLD SOUTI-IWICK Football I, 3 Basketball 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4 Letterman I, 3, 4 Pres. Student Body 4 Pi Theta 4 MARY WEBB Tri-Y 3, 4 G.A,A. I, 2, 3, 4 Letterwoman 2, 3, 4 - Chorus 4 ,,,,,.,,,,, I X Christmas Pageant 2, Class. Sec. Z if ig, Senior Play 4 , -'mp A x -alms 'CW ,M as .4- ,AQYF Her" 4 'L V-'52 F:i"llif,3f:: I is in ew of '46 Excellent year . . . had stand at football games . . . sold hot dogs and cokes . . . managed stand for two months . . , girls ushered at Adult Forums . . . held their Prom on May 26. . . only 3 members in C.S.F. . .. class boasted two Student Council members. Class had Student Body Stand for two months . . . rolling in money . . . third in F.F.A. Paper Drive. Many juniors in jamboree of '44 . . . well represented in both boys' and girls' sports. Class officers were: i Ed Carter ---- President - Vice-President Katie Elkins - - Secretary Carol Howard - Treasurer lnez Phillips - Xl From left to right: lnez Phillips, Neil Kennedy, Mr. Walter Hassall, Katie Elkins, Mr. jerry Garrison, Ed Carter, Carol Howard. JUNIORS Top row: Kenneth King, Kenneth Rogers, jim Grady, Wilford Cooper, Hoyt Brodersen, Marvin Smith, james Riesgo, Richard Wiley, john Perez, Richard Neve. Middle row: Donna Whitman, Veda Vest, Gertrude Beebe, Donnetta Pey- ton, Marjie Hanson, Peggy Gutierrez, Barbara Michel, Dorothy Messer, Audrey Spangler. Bottom row: Curtis Bell, Armond Wahl, june Barden, Claire Graffer, Berta Merry, Pat Spangler, joanne Forbes, Carol Howard, Laurabelle jones. Top Row-Tom Rangel, Harvard Haase, Don Downey, Lesley Burson, Stanley Masson, Adolph Velasquez. 2nd Row-Marian Hicks, Betty Davis, jean Branson, Irene Ratliff, Edythe Suttle, Marion lngrom, Loryece Maxwell, Mildred Wilson, Vada johnson. 3rd Row-Loretta Gibbons, Bill Nelson, Katie Eikins, lnez Phillips, Carmen Escamilla, Carmen Martinez, Betty Mosbarger, Virginia Gazzaway. Bottom Row-William Thayer, junior Seigler, Robert Munoz, George Phipps, Don Maxwell, Eva Sanchez, Aurora Moreno, Ed Adams, jim Schleimer, Gordon Harrison. The Sophomores . . . Class of '47 . . . started slowly . . . Country Gardens dance . . . lreally remembered as the dance that was always postponed! . . . ended year with a bang, Held in April . . . on Friday the l3th . . . Bob Bar- line's orchestra supplied music. 53 X :Z vs Saws, rj F 9 Q C I elafu af 147 ,Class met for group counseling . . . planned activities. Officers and advisers selected junior rings , . . presented them to class for approval . , , will arrive early next year. Sophomores boast high standing in F.F.A. Paper Drive . . . Lone member in scholarship . . . Student Stand Man- agement for month of March. Four Class Officers were: President ----- Tom Nelson Vice-President - .... - .... - Lewis McCool Secretary-Treasurer - jackie Hampson Yell Leader ---- Pat Burroughs Left to right: Pat Burroughs, Tom Nelson, Mr. Walter Stewart, Mrs. Isabel Sankoff, Lewis McCool, jackie Hampson. SOPHGMORES Top row: Eugene Finnell, Art Sallee, Carl Elkins, Dale Murphy, Eleanor Fisher, George Harding, Lovelia Baugh- man, Betty West, Bill Leidy, Margie Walsh. Middle row: Bob Case, Fred Metcher, Doreen Kortan, Ruth Butler, Betty Gazzaway, Dorothy Mitchell, Betty Cooper, Dixie Fuller, Velma Boatright. Bottom row: Anita Peyton, Lois Herron, Pat jones, jackie Hampson, Tom Nelson, Bill Thompson, Anita Elkins, Geraldine Bennett, Georgia McHam, Shirley Elder, Billie McKim. Top row: Lynn Wilson, Donald Martin, Roy Henderson, Ruben Ramirez, Peter Carrillo, Martin Mar- tinez. Second row: Bob Banning, Dolores Mazon, Elisa Garcia, Lily Gomez, Amparo Renteria, Nellie juarez, Wil- leen Hastings, Naomi Legan, Marjorie Atchley, Manuel Moreno. Third row: Gerald Downey, Elena Leon,Connie Mendez, Rachel Ramirez, Pat Burroughs, Ruth johnson, Gwen Barker, Barbara Ellis. Bottom row: james Fuller, Raymond Walker, Fred Burson, Alvin Deeter, Arvolle Long, Lewis McCool, Dick Mosbarger, Calvin Deeter, David Clap- perton, Clyde Gifford. From left to right: Harold Mc- Fadden, Mr. Russell Trimmer, Pat Banks, Basima Simmons, Miss Mar- garet Phariss, Keith Bentley. Officers were: Harold McFadden - President Keith Bentley - Vice-President Pat Banks - Secretary-Treasurer Basima Simmons - Yell Leader Top row: Leonard Hunt, Robert Henderson, john Guerrero, Lowell jones. Middle row: juanita Holmes, Chris- tine Fuller, Bonnie Fernandez, Ellen johnson, Nancy Houser, Fortuna Limon, Petra Gonzalez, Eva Leon, Pauline Gurrola, Bottom row: Luis Garnica, Howard Inman, Tom Hicks, jim Fansler, Luther Lemons, Don jackson, George Hadley. Top row: Lyona Adams, jean Briggs, Dorothy Dorman, Lois Boatright, joy Brockus, Florine Campbell, Middle row: Hester Dool, Peggy Baftord, Dolores Alvidrez, lla Boyer, Mildred Dorman, joan Bottomley, Marlene Case, Pat Banks. Bottom row: Charles Cook, jesse Bradley, Kenneth Everson, Raymond Baker, David Alcozar, Keith Bentley. Tom Dungan, Audy Dryer. Top row: Richard Renteria, Tony Perez, Alfred Mazon, Rita Velasquez, Eleanor Riesgo, Margaret Ybarra, Shirley Whitman, Basma Simmons, k, Mary Alcoser. Middle row: George Moreno, Ray- mond Fisher, Wanda Martin, Dolores Salinas, Aurora Ramirez, Margaret Mazon, Nellie Mendez, Shirley Morris, Bonnie Pointer, Yvonne Rihbany. Bottom row: Herschel Bradley. Lewis McGuire, jerry Scott, Tom Morrow, Stanley Merry, Harold Mc- Fadden, Chappie Morris, Burlin Whiteley, David Wilson. FRESHMEN 01444 af '42 The Freshmen . . . will be Class of '48 . . . first year in high school. Took a "messy" initiation in their stride . . . active in school activities. Girls were C-.A.A. hockey champs . . . eight boys in FFA ..., class boasts much talent , . . members took part in jamboree . , . lalso usheredl . , . Christmas pageant . . . talent assembly , . . surprise "Kangaroo Court" climaxed year as grand "Grand Finale." Class includes several lettermen . . . three members on "B" Basketball Team . . . both boys and girls active in sports . . . and scouting. l i 1 i 1- '11 ii- . .Y 5 7th GRADE Top row: Manuel Cervantez, joe Scanlin, john jones, Gerald Hamm, Sterling Campbell, Boyce Taylor, Dale Palmer. Middle row: Richard Real, Luella Long, Beverly Roderick, Sue Hadley, Betsy Ross, Robert Fuller, Leonor Gomez, Donna Bork, Margie Sanchez. Bottom row: jimmie Hodges, Billie Hastings, joyce Stone, Roger Young, Selma Ramirez, joyce Ratliff, Hallie Swearingen, Virginia Salinas, Top row: Sylvia Dobbs, Rachel Moreno. Vera Martinez, juan Valen- zuela, Eddie Navarro, Oscar Carrillo, Amelia Cardona, Carmen Robles. Middle row: Mae Swearingen, Mar- jorie LeBard, Louise Herring, Barbara Molina, Henry Gonzalez, john Espi- noza, Russell Horton, Luis Zermeno. Bottom row: Bob Mayfield, Saylor Milton, Freddy Hinkle, Clyde Lowe, Dari Quick, Stanley jones, Charles Rogers, jim Thomas. Top row: Weeda Hawley, Eva Tucker, Eleanor Smith, Reita Riopelle, Virginia LeBard, Martha Gun.ter, Wallace King, Earl Lidamore, Eliceo Yzaguirre, Ramon Reyes, Daniel Lozano. Middle row: jessie Gomez, jacque- line Scott, Loretta Finnell, Pearline Gunter, Emma Enriquez, Luis Gon- zalez, Douglas McCullough, Leslie Hunt, james York, Wayne Hamaker. Bottom row: Marilyn Griffin, Lavonne Whiteley, joan Higgins, j. C. Meek, Daryl Vest, james Ford, Monty Winkler, Fidel Lovato. Top row: jane Nolen, Gay Herron, Viola Riesgo, Rachel Sandoval, Clark Young, Frank Rudkin, Rudy Ponce, Robert Gonzalez, Charles Lowe. Middle row: Gladys Hamaker, john Foster, Mary Fildes, Larry Wade, Don Williams, George Garnica, Billy Mar- shall. Bottom row: Dorothy Hooper, Donald jackson, Sharon Morris, jerry Terreau, joyce Finnell, Hugh Wolf- gang, Miss Prudence Oleson 3 Barbara Bliss. President, Miss Vera Fremling Pat Balden, Vice-President, Miss Fern Mythalerg Ronnie Balden, Secretary. Top row: David Sanchez, Wayne Boatright, junior Butler, Delbert Boat- right, john Bricker, Bobby Bishop, Benny hovato, Manuel Cabral. Middle row: Bobby Chaney, Lonnie Davis, Donald Dobyns, Patricia Balden, joan Dawson, Gloria Baughman, Evelyn Martinez, Virginia Davalos, Vera Medina. Bottom row: Ronald Balden, Hyle Davis, Milburn Bottomley, loann Atchley, Barbara Bliss, Mary Downey, Helen Dorman. l xi 2 E XD 4 Q f III Aciwm - fu ,dczzazcfada Nuestra palabra favorifa . . . Our favorite word. x if X . X , . ' N F ' . .l ,I ivy Q ,Q ,Q I a ll X Gapa Je Gan KING an QUEEN From left to right: Genelle McFadden, lane Pressey, Harold Southwick, Lloyd Perkins. L, When the last votes were counted, it was found that the annual Copa de Oro King and Queen Con- test was won by lane Pressey and Harold South- wick. Royalty reigned at the Country Gardens Dance on April 20 when they were officially crowned as Copa de Oro "King Harold" and "Queen lane" of Fillmore High for l945. The four closest runners-up, Genelle McFadden and Lloyd Perkins, and Natalie Harthorn and Leon Blythe, were the attendants. They acted as ladies-in-waiting and right hand men respectively to the royal couple at the traditional coronation ceremony. WL! QGSQ. .1996 Girls' League . . . organiza- tion composed of all girls in school . . . held assembly for girls only . . . very interesting talk . . . given by Miss Beatrice Albright . . . former teacher here . . . topic was her experi- ences as assistant director of Hollywood U.S.O ..,. this was highlight of year. Members col- lected money for an orphanage at Christmas . . . annual spring dance given . . . Copa de Oro king and queen crowned in glory. Board held several meet- ings of officers . . . officers include: jane Pressey - - Mary Huddleston - - Dorothy Messer - - Carol Howard - - Lorraine Grady - Claire Graffer - jackie Hampson - I9 QB ' Y gl 4 T, A D. A. R. Wilma Elliott was chosen by the members of the senior class as the outstanding citizen to represent them in the annual D.A.R.Good Citizenship Pilgrimage Contest. The choice was based upon dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism. Wilma will receive a Cer- tificate of Good Citizenship from the national society, Daughters of the American Revolution, and will have the opportunity to compete for War Bond prizes with other winners in several contests. We feel that the seniors have made a wise choice, as winners in several contests. ties which make for good citi- zenship. ah! Girls' League Board members, from left to right: Top row: jane Pressey, Carol Howard, Miss Vivian Lang, Dorothy Messer, Mary Huddleston. Bottom row: Claire Graffer, Basima Simmons, Sarah Shiells, jackie Hampson. - - -President - -Vice-President - - Secretary - - Treasurer - Senior Representative - - junior Representative - Sophomore Representative Sarah jane Shiells - - Eighth Grade Representative Fi Center pictures: Scenes from hristmas Pageant. Bottom picture: Stagecraft lass, from left to right: Top row: Bonnie Maier, lr. jerry Garrison, Virginia onts, Anne Lidamore. Bottom row: Abundio Car- llo, lim Elkins, Elmer Ellis, dolph Velasquez. se? Wall? X 'U' N fill g W Eye fi-Qi 345 l il -kg if Q16 -xi :vm is xdvklkia, 3 l. ' '34 m Q -f -,f -, so few 6' J. Qfigi 3 X Top picture: Cast of Senior Play, "New Fires." Top row: Anne Lidamore, junior Seigler, Dean Gregory, joan Bottomley, R. L. Rains. Bottom row: Margaret McGregor, Manuel Moreno, Barbara Alcock, lim Elkins, Dick Baker, Edward Morales, Lloyd Perkins, Bill Hardison, Miss Eleanor Lockwood, Bill Stocker, jerry Scott, The high school orchestra . . . organized as a class where students receive credits . . . had l9 members in first semester . . . under new ' direction . . . Miss Eleanor Lockwood . . . in c lamboree ot l944 . . . played tive selections . . . "Mood Indigo" . . . "Night and Day" . .. "Persian Market" . . "Stardust" . . . Star- Spangled Banner." Top row: Miss Eleanor Lockwood, Lily Gomez, Belen Lopez, Lyona Adams, Celena Beck, Christine Fuller, Basima Simmons. Middle row: Donna Whitman, Inez Phillips, Gloria Mauck, Natalie Harthorn, Pat Burroughs, Eleanor Fisher. Bottom row: Marion lngrom, Mary Webb, Shirley Whitman, Lee Wilson, Betty Davis. Girls' Chorus . . . Very popular group . . .Entertained several times during year . . . Both for school and community . . . Performances included Rotary . . . jamboree of '44 . . . Graduation . . . Several school assemblies . . . Christmas Pageant. Directed by Miss Eleanor Lockwood . . . Chorus included girls from every high school class . . . Group learned and also enjoyed many selections . . . Both popular and classic. Cl Sl Fl CHAPTER. l38 Top row: William Thayer, jim Scheimer, Dick Baker, jesse Long, Glen Mayhew, Neil Kennedy. Middle row: lnez Mosbarger, Dorohy Messer, Carol Howard, Inez Phillips, Audrey Spangler, Barbara Alcock, Anne Lidamore, Pat Nelson. Bottom row: Mary Lou Elkins, Eva Sanchez, Wilma Elliott, Lois lean Herron, Margaret McGregor. Successful year . . . sixteen members, three associate members the first semester . . , twelve members, one associate member the second semester . . . had Student Body Stand during month of October . . . social functions included the sponsoring of a dance and also an assembly . . . both were very successful. N' President - - - - Dick Baker Vice-President - - - Bill Palmer Secretary ----- Dorothy Messer Treasurer - - - Margaret McGregor Seal bearers - - - Barbara Alcock, Dick Baker, Lorraine Grady, Margaret McGregor, Inez Mosbarger, Patty Nelson. Other probable seal bearers by end of second semester - - - Wilma Elliott, jesse Long, ' T33 71751: Q,,ZT',u'- X-1 2-91 ' 0410 , , QooPiH'P1if?:' QA 3 " - 3 F F A .. . , I l l C' 5- Q52 TD c o - 4, o ffUU'i-13 'D , u p iv Top row: Don Maxwell, Bill Bishop, I. C. Taylor, Lynn Wilson, Dick Legan, Clayton Buchanan, Kenneth Everson, Ed Adams. Middle row: Ray Hunt, Stanley Merry, Flay Hunt, Leonard Hunt, Leslie Burson, Buck Basolo, Dick Turk. Bottom row: Luther Lemons, lack Reyes, Carl Elkins, Audy Dryer, Raymond Fisher, Marvin Smith. Under able assistance . . . Mr. Leo Sankoff . . . Fillmore Future Farmers . . . had successful year, Ag. Mechanics . . . centered most of work on Lath House . . . will be used to grow shrubs . . . flowers . . . vitamin stuffed vegetables. Each member has individual project . . . chickens . . . cattle . . . hogs . . . rabbits . . . have own , loan system. Active year in- ta cluded . . . annual barn dance 4' . . . very successful event . . . father and son banquet. . .Tri- school meetings . . . paper drive . . . bought War Bonds with proceeds. IZA I l a. 'x A y, , -feta N, ,v,Q,l'Q an W lfyfyv Swim I A' x v Active year . . . Host to County potluck dinner I fx F d S . . . eature ervicemen on main programs . . . lnduction of new S-is members, March l9 . . . Y-camp during summer . . . si e k , excursion to Big Bear . . . Well represented at snow-camp fi Brrrll B 9' x Officers: Q o kEQ?jg,? Vice-Pres.: Lloyd Perkins Sec.: Harold Brown Treas.: l. C. Taylor Rep. at Large: Harold Southwick New Adviser : Mr. Ross Buckle Top row: Leon Bl th y e, Ed Carter, Harold Southwick H l Second row: Bill Bishop H , aro d Morton. , oyt Brodersen, Chuck Huddleston. Third row: Lloyd Perkins, Dgan Gregory,-1. C. Taylor, Buck Basolo, Chuck Harbi Bottom row: Neil Kennedy, Harold Brown, George Pott ' son. er, Marvin Smith. 41" HI-Y ?' pF Top row' To . m Dungan Ch Middl , appy Morris, Keith Bentley, Mr. Roger Casier. e row: Tom Nelson, Bob Case, Eugene Finnell, Lewis McCo0l, Bill Thompson Art Sallee. Bottom row: jim Fansler, Dale Murphy, Harold McFadden, Bill Leidy, Tom Hicks. Formal induction of new members . , . Informal initiation. Programs featured: Recreation nights . . . movies . . . Father and son banquet. Special activities: joint lr. Hi-Y and Tri-Y dance. Officers: Pres.: Tom Nelson Vice-Pres.: Bill Leidy Sec.: Lewis McCool Treas.: Bill Th ompson Swim TRI-Y Top row: K- ins, lnez Phillips, jane Pressey, Carol Howard, Laurabelle jones, Audrey Spangler, Billie Chaplin. ff P G tierrez, Marjie Hanson, Virginia Yonts, Dorothy Messer, Second row: Navis Atchley, Claire Gra er, eggy u Pat Spangler. Third row: Barbara Alcock, Donna Whitman, Veda Vest, joanne Forbes, Mary Huddleston, Lorraine Grady, Bonnie Maier. M Lo Elkins, Pat Nelson, Genelle McFadden, Wilma Bottom row: Mary Webb, lune Barden, Betty King, ary u Elliott, Anne Lidamore, Martha Neal. First dance of year. . . Faculty-Alumnae Party , . . Formal induction , . . Rolled bandages . . . Collected money for March of Dimes . , . Scrapbook . . . Ushers at jamboree. New adviser . . . Mrs. Leo Sankoff. President, Patty Nelson . . . Vice-President, Cenelle McFadden . . Secretary, Mary Lou Elkins . . . Treasurer, Wilma Elliott. TRI-Y Mothers' tea . . . Noon dances . . . Rolling bandages . . . Food sale . . . Parties. Adviser . . . Miss Margaret Phariss. Officers , . . President, Gwen Barker . . . Vice-President, Billie jean McKim . . . Secre- tary, Shirley Elder. . . Treasurer, Ruth johnson. Wig so In 4 , ,I, af U rw QP if -'X A- --,s--- x Top row: Florine Campbell, Barbara Ellis, Anna McDonald, Pat Banks, Marlene Case Middle row: Gwen Barker, Pat jones, joy Brockus, Mary-Lou Zfggrk, Peggy Bafford, Basima Simmons, Hester Dool, joan Bottomley, Lois lean Herron. f"' 'N' Bottom row: Anita Elkins, Shirle Elder, Ruth joh B'lI y nson, 1 ie McKim, Margie Walsh, Anita Peyton. G. A. A. N CQ- J Middle row: Aurora Top row' Patty Nelson, Lorraine Grady, Wanda Basolo, Natalie Harthorn Mary Huddleston Anne Lidamofe, lane Dryden, Pat Legan, Betty West, Inez Mosbarger Moreno, Gwen Barker, Carol Howard, june Barden Betty King Billie McKim Anita Peyton Anita Elkins, jackie Hampson. Cl C .,,, 4 , . Q Bottom row: Margaret McGregor, Berta Merry, Peggy Gutierrez Mary Webb aire fl MQ! YG raffer, Wilma Elliott, Dixie Fuller, Betty Cooper, Velma Boatright. f' bers. . . initiation held for Active year for approximately thirty- ive mem fifteen new girls . . . "Ships Ball" theme of annual Christmas formal l H ll regular Father and Daughter banquet very successful . . . Mr. Wa ter assa speaker of the evening . . . annual breakfast for senior members official goodbye . . .A Board met once every month . . . planned activities year included five successful seasons . . . Basketball . . . Volleyball . Speedball . . . Hockey . . . Baseball . . . also many popular individual sports. Board Members are lane Dryden- - Margaret McGregor - Berta Merry - - - Veda Vest - Bonnie Maier - - - President - Vice-President Athletic Manager - - Secretary - Treasurer .feillwmzeni glad The Lettermen have had a successful year . . . First time officers have been elected . . . Special activities: Dinner for football team . , . remember the present "Unc?' '... Basketball feed also . . . Constitution for Club written by 10 l. C. Taylor, Chuck Huddleston and Leon Qt K Biyfhe. Q X 'N Officers: 'Q - Pres.: l. C. Taylor A Vice-Pres,: Chuck Huddleston K Treas.: Leon Blythe w if- fs., ' Top row: Curt Bell, Armond Wahl, Wilford Cooper, Tom Smith, Gordon Harrison, Leon Blythe, Bill Cox, Charles Huddleston, I, C. Taylor. Middle row: Kenneth Rogers, Melvin Hicks, Elmer Ellis, Iohn Perez, lim Fuller, Harold Morton, Buck Basolo, Hoyt Brodersen, Pete Carrillo. Bottom row: Dick Turk, Bill Thompson, Harold McFadden, Chuck Harbison, Ed Carter, Neil Kennedy, james Riesgo, Guillermo Garcia, Kenneth King. Hu' Glad l Top row: Carl Burson, Tony Perez, Virgil Zeck, Carl Elkins. Middle row: Gwen Barker, Pat Lones, Maxine Taylor, Barbara Rogers, Margie Atchley. Bottom row: Virginia Pyle, Sarah Shiells, Marilyn Griffin, Natalie Harthorn, Marlene Finnell, loanne Calkins, Petra Gonzales. Made sketches and portraits . . . in pencil, crayon, pen and ink . . . Met twice a month . . . Big party at end of year . . . what a binge!! f-'Ng Contest for entering members 2 f' , xi-aw' Pat jones. ff-4'-N Q Officers: I Pres.: Natalie Harthorn Vice-Pres.: Gwen Barker Sec.: Virginia Pyle Treas.: Sarah lane Shiells I Adviser: N Miss Lau rette Smith won by X91 '7Aaz'a Active year for Fillmore's only Math. Club . . . started year traditionally with initiation of new members . . . test on Constitution. Very interesting programs. . .talk by "Zeke" Villasenor on mathematics in aviation . . , Mr. Walter Stewart on radio and radar . . . Sent letters to all former members of Pi. Theta. Officers : Pres.: lesse Long Vice-Pres: Charles Huddleston Sec. G Treas.: Lorraine Grady innin- EIHIQPIZI fx 'L '-1 Top row: Vernon james, Ed Carter, Neil Kennedy, William Thayer, Guillermo Garcia, Stanley Masson, Lewis Perry, Glen Mayhew. Middle row' lay Wolfgang Bill Hardison Chuck Huddl t M l . , , es on, evin Hicks, jesse Long, Lloyd Perkins, Dick Baker, Harold Southwick. Bottom row: Barbara Alcock, Carmen Garcia, Veda Vest, Lorraine G d M ra y, argaret McGregor, Pat Nelson ,MOWW ll is , ' X my Y IV Spnfzii - fad fbepnalat EI juego ante todo. . .The game first of all. 7 X if Come on, gang-let's yell! "Give out" with 'I A that school spirit. "C-o Flashes" . . . favorite 1- if T' and loudest. The yell leader foursome . . . cute 4' and "flash"-ily dressed . . . over-flowed with safe pep . . . springing into the air . . . fancy cart- is wheels . . . and snappy routines. dr 'Ifefl .fecacfwul 1 4... Pat Burroughs, Genelle McFadden, Berta Merry, Natalie Harthorn. SPORTS REVIEW Fillmore was represented by a fine football team last fallg a team that consistently played good football. It lost two games but was never out-played nor out-fought. lt was the first Ventura County football team to ever defeat mighty Santa Barbara High We of Fillmore are proud of the team because it carried on Fillmore s tradition of playing the game fairly and squarely according to the rules yet playing its best to win. Harry Bigger-Coach The Basketball front took a traditional course-that of Fillmore the small school in the League, battling it out for the Championship with Ventura the large school in the League. Our "Flashes" did not win the Championship, but they did live up to Fillmore's tradition of clean sport, and sportsmanship, and of a winning team Although we have won no championships so far, Fillmore has been well represented in sports this year. ln fact, we have defeated our old rival Santa Paula, in every sport. At the present writing the baseball and track seasons have not been completed, and it is difficult to predict our final standings. Certainly it will not be last in either sport. Prospects are bright for a winning "B" track team The loss of pitcher Ed Dominguez to the U. S. Marines was a severe blow to the baseball team's chances, and standing will depend upon the success of inexperienced "deceivers." Qaeda!! l , Top row' Bill Bishop Dean Gregory I C Ta lo C B ll . , , . . y r, urt e , Leon Blythe, Harold Southwick, Gordon Harrison, George Potter, Bill Cox, Melvin Hicks, Buck Basolo. Middle row: Wilford Cooper, Kenneth Rogers, Armond Wahl, Tom Smith, Charles Huddleston, james Smith Bill Leidy, Don Maxwell, Elmer Ellis, lim Schleimer. Bottom row: Ed Carter, Pal Tucker, james Fuller, lames Riesgo, Neil Kennedy, Henry Navarro, Bill Thompson, Ed Dominguez, Hoyt Brodersen. ln front: Chuck l-larbison, Wayne Michael, lim Grady- AManagerS. mem A as E --W.. av I 3 Q , . fa . , L Q ' JF ' N x , M x, b, ,,.-1 2 'N ' i ,W ,, 3 . -e I -f i f. ,g, t e V Q I Rlv, J V 1 :- ,- , . ' ' N it ,K at A ,f,"" il' . g i iii til 1 - 6 , ' f ,vi K Top row: Chappie Morris, Bob Case, Art Sallee, Bob Banning Pete Carrillo Bill Leid . . y. Bottom row: Manuel Moreno, Burlin Whiteley, Tom Dungan, Harold McFadden, George Moreno, Tom Hicks. i i I Baakezfddl Top row: Wilford Cooper, Harold Southwick, Leon Blythe, George Potter. Middle row: Hoyt Brodersen, I. C. Taylor, Charles Huddleston, Kenneth Rogers, jim Schleimer. Bottom row: Abundio Carrillo, Harold Morton, Mr. William McKinney, Top row: Tom Rangel, Pete Carrillo, Bill Cox, Stanley Merry, Carl Elkins. Middle row: jerry Scott, Arvolle Long, Harold McFadden, loe Armas. Bottom row: Dick Mosbarger, james Riesgo, Marvin Smith, Mr. Harry Bigger, Top row: Don Maxwell lManagerl, james Riesgo, Elmer Ellis, George Potter, j. C. Taylor, Harold Morton, Ed Carter. Middle row: Tom Rangel, Chuck Harbison, Adolph Velasquez, Wilford l Cooper, joe Armas, john Perez,'Mr. ' Harry Bigger. Bottom row: Dale Murphy, Stanley Merry, Burlin Whiteley, Ed Adams, Harold McFadden, james Fuller, George Harding. mmgg Top row: jim Schleimer, Stanley Merry, jay Wolfgang, Leon Blythe, Wilford Cooper, Bill Cox, Melvin Hicks, Kenneth Rogers, Dick Turk, George Moreno, Mr, Walter Hall. Middle row: Fred Metcher, Bob Case, Bill Thompson, Harold Morton, Dick Baker, Roy Henderson, james Riesgo, Hoyt Brodersen. Bottom row: Arvolle Long lManagerl, Harold McFadden, Tom Nelson, Manuel Moreno, Dick Mosbarger, Neil Kennedy, Flay Hunt, Lewis McCool, jerry Scott, Ray Hunt lManagerl. WRESTLING With a left to the head . . . a right to the middle section . . . he is down! l-2-3-4-he is up-no, he's down . . . a technical knockout. The winnersl l2O-Roy Henderson l28-Flay Hunt l36-Henry Navarro l4'5-Kenneth Rogers l55-Ed Carter l65-Armond Wahl l75-Charles Huddleston Heavyweight-Leon Blythe I l i N: at , , -i Y .l kM..,1-4? -A :Jn -af : ., 'li Top row: lay Wolfgang, Adolph Velasquez, Leon Blythe. Bottom row: Flay Hunt, Bill Thompson, Elmer Ellis. l Top row: Kenneth Rogers, Leon Blythe, Charles Huddleston. Bottom row: Roy Henderson, Flay Hunt, Ed Carter BCDXING Fillmore High's leatherpushers put on a top-flight boxing program to round off a period of training under Coach Bigger The l94'5 champions are: Bantamweight: Featherweight: Lightweight: Welterweight: Senior Welterweight: Middleweight: Light Heavyweight: Heavyweight: P f-4 Q Raymond Fisher Flay Hunt Henry Navarro Bill Thompson Elmer Ellis lay Wolfgang Adolph Velasque Leon Blythe '55 llltl X 5 f Z Freshmen . . . "Gremlins" . . . rushed down field for 0 f Q Quad Speak ,ss S2 f Seniors. . . "Leading Ladies" . . . really led by walking off 'U ' J with four championships . . . basketball . . . volleyball . . . A speedball . . . baseball. fmg juniors . . . "Flashettes" . . . less said the better. to , Sophomores . . . "Pin-up Girls" . . . ditto. Q , hockey championship. The senior teams were headed by: Bett Kin - - - - - Basketball Y S - - lnez Mosbarger ------ Volleyball Margaret McGregor - - Speedball Pat Nelson ---- - - Hockey Mary Webb ------- Baseball The junior teams followed: Veda Vest ------- Basketball Berta Merry - - Volleyball june Barden - - Speedball Eva Sanchez - - - Hockey Peggy Gutierrez - - - - - - Baseball The sophomores were led by: Pat Burroughs ------ Basketball jackie Hampson ------ Volleyball Betty West - - - Speedball Betty Cooper - - Hockey Anita Elkins - - - Baseball Freshmen were captained by: Ellen johnson ------ Basketball Pat Banks ------- Volleyball Mzar Loyleck - J-'-f , - Spe fvaJlEEJn ---- - ockey Eleanor Riesgo - - - Baseball After the close of the last of the five "big league" seasons, many popular individual sports such as tennis, swim- ming and diving, archery, table tennis, badminton, horse-shoes and croquet ended the year. TUMBLE Buss . N i v. v" 4 .L Left to right: Connie Davis, Esther Legan, Barbara Bliss, Glendolyn Stull, Marlene Finnell lbehindl, Pat Banks, Norma Banks, joy Finnerty, Barbara Rogers, Charlene Harbison, joyce Krink. Girls' tumbling group . . . "The Tumble Bugs" . . . composed of ll girls . . . l ninth grader . . . 9 eighth graders . . . l seventh grader . . . won Sweepstakes Award . . . SlOO War Bond . . . at Ventura junior Chamber of Commerce Amateur Show . . . also active in local entertainment . . . first performed last year at Prom . . . appeared twice at Port Hueneme . . .entertained "Mariners Club" . . . put on act at Santa Paula High School . . . stole show in jamboree. HOCKEY BASEBALL LETTERWOMEN I Top row: Patty Nelson, Inez Mosbarger, lane Dryden. Middle row: Bonnie Maier, Lorraine Grady, Berta Merry, Betty King, Anne Lidamore Bottom row: Wilma Elliott, Mary Webb, Carol Howard, Peggy Gutierrez. awww I 1 if f 1 U I 's Q X PF? Q V 404 4m-Paaa fa fbiawuan EI porvenir: ,que sera de nosotros? . . . The future: what will become of aa Galemfaa SEPTEMBER xml 'Q l l--School began. ' 22-Tri-Y "Back-to-School" Dance. 25-Holiday, County Teachers' Institute. 29--Freshmen Initiation. 'ix o l A OCTOBER 6-Football, Santa Paula at Fillmore. l 3-Football, Barbara. ZO-Football, 27-Football, 28-F.F.A. Barn Dance. NOVEMBER 3-Football, Ventura at Fillmore. lO-End of First Quarter. ll-Football, Fillmore at Santa Paula. l6-Report Cards lssued. l7-Ulamboree of l944." l8-Hlamboree of l944." 23 and 24-Thanksgiving Holiday. Fillmore at Santa Lancaster at Fillmore. Fillmore at Oxnard. DECEMBER 6-Pearl Harbor Program. l4-Christmas Pageant. l5-Christmas Pageant. l6-C-.A.A. Formal, Christmas Vacation Begins! 25-"Merry Christmas." IANUARY l-"l-lappy New Year!" 2-Back to School. l2-Basketball with Oxnard. I9-Basketball with Santa Paula. 26-Basketball with Lancaster. 27-Copa de Oro Dance, End of First Semester. FEBRUARY l-Report Cards lssued. 2-Basketball with Oxnard. l9-Senior Ditch Day. 'T . X f!!i,ij 'll f fi ,J XX fp' as f X i t? .SPCR ,Mx-Rrqge, f.- MARCH APRIL IT! Zx MAY XN IUNE 2-Basketball with Lancaster. 5-Boxing Tournament. 9-Movie, "Report from the Aleutians," Basketball with Santa Barbara. I6-Basketball with Ventura. 20-G.A.A. Fathers and Daughters Banquet. 23-End of Third Quarter, Senior "Backward" Dance. 26-Easter Vacation. l-Easter, April Fools Day. 2-Back to Work. I9-Seniors at Rotary, Track with Santa Paula. 20-Baseball with Santa Paula, Sophomore "Country Gardens' Dance and Coronation of Copa de Oro King and Queen. 24-Baseball with Ventura. 26-Track with Santa Paula. 27-Baseball with Santa Barbara. l-Fish Day. 3-Baseball with Santa Paula. 5-Track, All-county Meet at Oxnard. IO-Swimming Meet. l l-Baseball with Simi, Senior Play, "New Fires." l2-Track at Oxnard, Senior Play, "New Fires." l7-Baseball with Ventura. l8-Athletic Banquet. 24-F.F.A. Fathers and Sons Banquet. 26+junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. 30-Memorial Day. 3-Baccalaureate. 7-Graduation 8-Report Cards. ' l Last Day of school until in N September. fl- 330 xx" G ! x sf VVS if f x "X SENIGR CLASS WILL I Earl Abel, have left to swab decks for Uncle Sam. I Barbara Alcock, leave my giggle to anyone crazy enough to want it. I Navis Atchley, leave my four years of homemaking to George Hadley. . I Nadine Baker, leave my nickname, Red, to Florine Campbell for whom it would be more appropriate. I, Dick Baker, leave my studious ambitions to Buck Basolo. I I I I i r 1 i , Wanda Basolo, leave, taking my flirting ability with me. , Bill Bishop, leave my avoirdupois to Donnie Arundell. , Leon Blythe, leave my line to Richard Neve. , Harold Brown, leave my antics in class to Davy Mills. , Clayton Buchanan, leave my ambition to Gene Swearengin. V 1 Eleanor Burroughs, leave my smile to Iune Barden. - , Abundio Carrillo, leave my height to Art Sallee. , Nellie Carrillo, leave FUHS in search of something-and I will find it. , Billie Chaplin, leave my sweaters to Norma Banks. , Betty Clapperton, leave my gum chewing to Ioyce Krink. , Wanda Core, leave all of my two hairs to lane Nolen. 4 Eva Davis, leave my old maid characteristics to my little sister, Connie. lane Dryden, leave all the F.F.A. boys to Barbara Michel. , Mary Lou Elkins, leave my habit of falling in love to lean Briggs. ,Q v 1 Wilma Elliott, leave all my secretary and treasury jobs to Dorothy Messer. 4 f- , Elmer Ellis, leave my football ability to Bill Cox. , Carmen Garcia, leave my shyness to Belen Lopez. , Guillermo Garcia, leave my tardy record to my brother, Margarito. Lorraine Grady, leave FUHS without a sister, to fight cases of my own in law courts. De5n"S1'egory, leave my way with the girls to Wally King. Charles Harbison, leave my place in the print shop paper room to Iirn Grady. Tommy Griffin, leave my artistic ability to Bob Case. Bill Hardison, leave my name Wilberthorpe to anyone unlucky enough not to have a middle name. Natalie Harthorn, leave my natural blonde hair to Inez Phillips. Melvin Hicks. leave in my car as soon as possible. Charles Huddleston, leave my shapely legs to Harold McFadden. Mary Huddleston, leave for my cadet training. Vernon Iames, leave my nickname to some other worm. , Betty King, leave my poolcue legs to Ioanne Forbes. , Dick Legan, leave, taking Lois with me. Lois Legan, leave my dark hair to Betty Cooper, as she doesn't know the color of hers. , Pat Legan, leave to Naomi the title of being the last of the Legans. , Anne Lidamore, leave my red hair to Bill Leidv, so he won't have to dye his. , Iesse Long, leave my love for higher math to George Potter. , Wanda McClung, leave my long hair to Gertrude Beebe. , Genelle McFadden, leave my pep to Ioy Brockus. Margaret McGregor, leave my wisecracks to some other brave soul who can crack them in Mr. Ross' class , Bonnie Maier, leave to anyone the ability to pull as many boners as I can. , Gloria Mauck, leave my pompadour to Flattop. Harold Morton, leave my technique to get along with Santa Paula girls to Armond Wahl. , Inez Mosbarger, leave my coal black hair to Nancy Houser. , Henry Navarro, leave my physique to Ir. Seigler. Martha Neal. leave mv way with the sailors to Audrey Spangler. Pat Nelson, leave my interviewing ability to jimmy Fansler and loanne Calkins. , Bill Palmer, have left to be a Merchant Marine Admiral. , Lloyd Perkins. leave mv I3 inch feet to Neil Kennedy. , Lewis Perry, leave my knowledge of intricate details to Chappy Morris. lane Pressey, leave mv place in physics class to anyone else who thinks he can get through it. Richard Pyle, leave FUHS to write the gossip column for the Los Angeles Times. Ida Sanchez. leave my smile to Petra Gonzales. Tom Smith, leave my title as "Ellen's star pink-slip customer" to some other Rip Van Winkle. I Harold Southwick, leave the breaking of the Southwick curse" to Bobby, hoping he may play football in his senior year. I I. C. Taylor, leave my athletic ability to brother "Cotton." r v i n 1 r i v i n v u I - I I I I I I l I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I v 1 I, Billie Tucker, leave for a Pal. I, Dick Turk. leave my complexion to some other "PalmoIive" user. I, Frances Waters, leave mv hockey ability to another powerful swinger. I, Marv Webb, leave my Miss for a Mrs. I, lay Wolfgang, leave my repertoire of jokes to Bill Nelson. I, Virginia Yonts. leave my big ribbons and feathers to Betsy Ross. We, the class of '45, leave the school with peace and quiet reigning once more. "ev '?i I I , " 'X 'W ' - 6 'if , Mary lean Cox, leave my big brown eyes to Pat Banks. 0,31 H? I ' ' ' 'Q 5 , - I 3719? 0 ' ' 65 Name Nickname Virtue Pastime Barbara Alcock Barbie Appetite Giggling Navis Atchley Chrissie Dimples Sewing Nadine Baker Red Late to class Dyeing hair Richard Baker Dick Wise-cracks C.S.F. Wanda Basolo Windy Line Men Bill Bishop Porky Blonde curls Anything Leon Blythe Blythe Height Parking on Central Clayton Buchanan Clayton Tough Nothing Harold Brown Toadie Big steps Blowing smoke rings Eleanor Burroughs Flirt Grin Flirting Abundio Carrillo Goon Quiet Playing snooker Nellie Carrillo Nellie Quietness Whispering Billie Chaplin Billie Indifference Wishing Betty Clapperton Betty Teeth Smiling Wanda Core Ludy So much hair Working Mary jean Cox Mary jean Friendliness Writing letters Eva Davis Bwang Shape Waiting jane Dryden jane Height Horseback riding Mary Lou Elkins Birdlegs Blushing Falling in love Wilma Elliott Little Elliott Good disposition Being busy Elmer Ellis Elmer Gymnastics Poolhall Carmen Garcia Carmen Silence Studying Guillermo Garcia Geronimo joker joking Lorraine Grady Lorraine Never ready Understanding Dean -Graceful , Tellmgjtndnc - sting gas o riffin Tommy Fmt F. . . Charles Harbison Little Chuck Red hat Keeping up with Big Chuck Bill Hardison Wilberthorpe Car Driving Natalie Harthorn Muscles Natural blond hair Breaking hearts Melvin Hicks Moonbeam One arm driver Rapping pipes Charles Huddleston Chuck Smile Paying no attention to girls Mary Huddleston Bedroom Eyes Eyes Cadets Vernon james Wum-Wum Nickname Doodling Betty King Poolcues Laugh Drawing Lois Legan Lois Married Being with Dick Pat Legan. Pat Demure Shorthand Richard Legan Dick Smile Wife Anne Lidamore Red Red hair Writing letters jesse Long jess Knowledge Reading Wanda McClung Bonnie Piano Day-dreaming Genelle McFadden Genelle Going steady Lloyd Margaret McGregor Mac Quiet ways Talking about Elmer Bonnie Maier Boner Bashfulness Pulling boners Gloria Mauck Gloria Hair Waiting for Gene Harold Morton Mort Always on time Eating Inez Mosbarger Mouse Big feet Writing letters Henry Navarro Hank Physique U. S. Navy Pat Nelson Cricket Talking Tri-Y Bill Palmer Bill jokes Santa Paula Lloyd Perkins Perkie Hair Looking for Genelle Lewis Perry Lewis Questions Arguing jane Pressey Shorty 60 inches Trying to Grow Richard Pyle Richie Dancing Dyeing Hair Ida Sanchez lda Smile Always smiling Tom Smith Tub Alertness Sleeping in class Harold Southwick Southy Altitude Shaving j. C. Taylor Razor Happiness Athletics Dick Turk Fowl Meat Complexion F.F.A. Frances Waters Frances Servicemen Wishful thinking Mary Webb Skeeter Engaged Writing Don jay Wolfgang jay Ambitious jokes Virginia Yonts Yonts Laugh Talking Billie Tucker Billie Pal Pal Martha Neal Martha Bangs U. S. Navy Future Occupation Chemical engineer lnterior decorator Beauty operator President of U. S. Chorus girl Foreman of W.P.A. Grapefruit picker Merchant Marine Clown Chaperon of l7-yearlolds Bluejacket Barker at a circus Still wishing Housewife Beautician Sailor's wife Housewife Champ bronc rider Bigamist U. S. Treasurer Serviceman Secretary Comedian ' Advice to lovelo Pilo - alt Disney ll Merchant Marine Admiral Car salesman Beautician Black market member Bachelor A lieutenant Pilot Sportswoman Housewife Secretary Farmer Physical therapist Infantry Marriage Entertainer Flying reporter Looking for a man Housewife ?Army-Navy-Marines Schoolmarm Sailor Nurse Merchant Marine cook Genelle Minister Reporter Arthur Murray instructor Model for toothpaste ad Thin man in circus Physics professor Coach at U.S.C. Editor of F.F.A. magazine Defense worker Matrimony General in Army World traveler Pal Secretary of Navy vnaiaf my M' M 1 k Y' X V W . k ,Q . f Ns 'xx g- f le ff' fn. - f ' i if ' lxxgg iii. . " 6,4 H5 vias. if X- 53 S ggi . fig L - fx W g 21,25 wi , Q , X M.-Q-Q. Q Xf S554 33.53. ' 55"-w, i'wre'f'w . N1 W5- Q, -Q - Name Barbara Alcock Navis Atchley Nadine Baker Richard Baker Wanda Basolo Bill Bishop Leon Blythe Clayton Buchanan Harold Brown Eleanor Burroughs Abundio Carrillo Nellie Carrillo Billie Chaplin Betty Clapperton Wanda Core Mary jean Cox Eva Davis jane Dryden Mary Lou Elkins Wilma Elliott Elmer Ellis Carmen Garcia Guillermo Garcia Lorraine Grady Dean Gregory Tom Griffin Charles Harbison Bill Hardison Natalie Harthorn Melvin Hicks Charles Huddleston Mary Huddleston Vernon james Betty King Lois Legan Pat Legan Richard Legan Anne Lidamore jesse Long Wanda McClung Genelle McFadden Margaret McGregor Bonnie Maier Gloria Mauck Harold Morton Inez Mosbarger Henry Navarro Pat Nelson Bill Palmer Lloyd Perkins Lewis Perry jane Pressey Richard Pyle Ida Sanchez Tom Smith Harold Southwick j. C. Taylor Dick Turk Frances Waters Mary Webb jay Wolfgang Virginia Yonts Billie Tucker Martha Neal SEN I OR HOROSCOPE Nickname Barbie Chrissie Red Dick Windy POrky Blythe Clayton Toadie Flirt Goon Nellie Billie Betty Ludy Mary jean Bwang jane Birdlegs Little Elliott Elmer Carmen Geronimo Lorraine Graceful Tommy Little Chuck Wi lberthorpe Muscles Moonbeam Chuck l Bedroom Eyes Wym-Wum Poolcues Lois Pat Dick Red jess Bonnie Genelle Mac Boner Gloria Mort Mouse Hank Cricket Bill Perkie Lewis Shorty Richie Ida Tub Southy Razor Fowl Meat Frances Skeeter lav Yonts Billie Martha Virtue Appetite Dimples Late to class Wise-cracks Line Blonde curls Height Tough Big steps Grin Quiet Quietness Indifference Teeth So much hair Friendliness Shape Height Blushing Good disposition Gymnastics Silence joker Never ready Telling stories Artist Red hat Car Natural blond hair One arm driver Smile Eyes Nickname Laugh Married Demure Smile Red hair Knowledge Piano Going steady Quiet ways Bashfulness Hair Always on time Big feet Physique Talking jokes Hair Questions 60 inches Dancing Smile Alertness Altitude Happiness Complexion Servicemen Engaged Ambitious Laugh Pal Bangs Pastime Giggling Sewing Dyeing hair C.S.F. Men Anything Parking on Central Nothing Blowing smoke rings Flirting Playing snooker Whispering Wishing Smiling Working Writing letters Waiting Horseback riding Falling in love Being busy Poolhall Studying joking Understanding Wasting gas F.F.A. Keeping up with Big Chuck Driving Breaking hearts Rapping pipes Paying no attention to girls Cadets Doodling Drawing Being with Dick Shorthand Wife Writing letters Reading Day-dreaming Lloyd Talking about Elmer Pulling boners Waiting for Gene Eating Writing letters U. S. Navy Tri-Y Santa Paula Looking for Genelle Arguing Trying to Grow Dyeing Hair Always smiling Sleeping in class Shaving Athletics F.F.A. Wishful thinking Writing Don jokes Talking Pal U. S. Navy Future Occupation Chemical engineer Interior decorator Beauty operator President of U. S. Chorus girl Foreman of W.P.A. 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W W., ,X iv P R O P H E CY FORTUNE'S FORECASTS - 1955 MARGARET MCGREGOR is in the hos- pital again with a broken leg after crashing into a mountain with her airplane. She was reading NADINE BAKER'S book, "World War ll as a WAC Saw lt," and forgot be watch where she was going. She is being cared for by the famous Dr. I. C. TAYLOR. BILL BISHOP and WANDA BASOLO are touring Europe with their acrobatic dance act. IANE PRESSEY has just been picked for the lead in "Sophisticated Lady." DICK TURK plays opposite her. LEON BLYTHE is scheduled to fight joe Lewis for the championship next week. VIRGINIA YONTS is taking over Lilly Dache's hat designing. GENELLE and LLOYD PERKINS move into the governor's mansion next Saturday. DICK, LOIS and PAT LEGAN, saxophone trio, are featured with BILL HARDISON and his orchestra. BILLIE CHAPLIN is star torch singer. LORRAINE GRADY, just returned from Zanzibar, is giving a series of lectures. Her secretary, LEWIS PERRY, just married that famous blonde ballet dancer, EVA DAVIS. IANE DRYDEN, rodeo queen, was hurt on a carnival merry-go-round. Mr. Ross is taking a refresher course in physics at Cal. Tech. under the celebrated professor, MARY LOU ELKINS, A.B., Ph.D., Litt.D., M.Sc. HAROLD MORTON, Fuller Brush sales- man, sailed to sell brushes in Siam. His brother, CLYDE, accompanied him. IAY WOLFGANG has just finished an- other book in his series, "The Art of Being a Wolf in 249 Easy Lessons." . MARY WEBB LOGSTON, wife of a Santa Paula businessman, took a trip by rocket to Paris. While there, she ran into BILL PALMER, noted philosopher. CHARLES HARBISON, now resident of Australia, is making a fortune with his team of dancing kangeroos. BARBARA ALCOCK, violinist of some distinction, was fined S50 for assault and battery. She hit CLAYTON BUCHANAN. manager of the Hollywood Bowl, over the head with her violin during an argument. Also seen in court were RICHIE PYLE and TOM GRIFFIN, noted soap box orators, for disturbing the peace. NAVIS ATCHLEY was brought in also for disturbing the peace. Somebody mispronounced her name again ior the I0,000th time and it was too much or er. WILMA ELLIOTT won the national prize for making the best dill pickles. She was not present when the prize was presented, due to illness caused by eating her own pickles. MELVIN HICKS, sculptor, has completed his masterpiece. This latest one is called "Mickey." HANK NAVARRO and DEAN GREGORY are coaching football at U.S.C. WANDA CORE, beauty salon operator, is kept busy dyeing the hair of Fillmore Grammar SchooI's students. BETTY KING and MARY HUDDLESTON are drawing models for Vogue Magazine. BILLIE TUCKER joined her husband. Admiral Pal Tucker, in Miami recently. MARTHA IEAN NEAL, voted SaiIor's Sweetheart of I948, finally proposed to COMMANDER VERNON IAMES by mega- phone. IESSE LONG, insurance salesman, just sold a policy to PAT NELSON, parachute jumper. ANNE LIDAMORE was voted American Red Head No. I. Runner-up was HAROLD BROWN, head of the famous Fillmore Frog Farm. CI-IARLES HUDDLESTON, grass skirt manufacturer, gave a style show of his latest creations. Modeling them were BONNIE MAIER and GLORIA MAUCK. WANDA MCCLUNG and FRANCES VVATERS sailed for South America on a luxury liner. The main officers on the boat are TOM SMITH, ELMER ELLIS, and ABUNDIO CARRILLO. RICHARD BAKER'S latest song, "Spanish Sweetheart," is being featured by CARMEN GARCIA, new M.G.M. starlet, in her newest picture. ELEANGR BURROUGHS, hostess for the local night-spot, Cave-In Cafe, married the boss, HAROLD SOUTHWICK. IDA SANCHEZ and NELLIE CARILLO have started their rope jumping contest. The first one to jump rope from Los Angeles to New York wins. MARY IEAN COX and BETTY LEE CLAPPERTON are to be married to foreign diplomats in a double wedding in Budapest next month. INEZ MOSBARGER, now with Barnurn and Bailey as star trapeze artist, was saved by GUILLERMO GARCIA, lion tamer, when she missed the trapeze and crashed into the lion's cage. new QWQ R . L zlxfg 1 df? 5 ff :Q " 5 Ffgxaglqgf M 13 N-vi Y pgmm A-... 9.. 0 + may raisins? P R O P H E C Y FORTUNE'S FORECASTS - 1955 MARGARET MCGREGOR is in the hos- pital again with a broken leg after crashing into a mountain with her airplane. She was reading NADINE BAKER'S book, "World War Il as a WAC Saw It," and forgot be watch where she was going. She is being cared for by the famous Dr. j. C. TAYLOR. BILL BISHOP and WANDA BASOLO are touring Europe with their acrobatic dance act. jANE PRESSEY has just been picked for the lead in "Sophisticated Lady." DICK TURK plays opposite her. LEON BLYTHE is scheduled to fight joe Lewis for the championship next week. VIRGINIA YONTS is taking over Lilly Dache's hat designing. GENELLE and LLOYD PERKINS move into the governor's mansion next Saturday. DICK, LOIS and PAT LEGAN, saxophone trio, are featured with BILL HARDISON and his orchestra. BILLIE CHAPLIN is star torch singer. LORRAINE GRADY, just returned from Zanzibar, is giving a series of lectures. Her secretary, LEWIS PERRY, just married that famous blonde ballet dancer, EVA DAVIS. jANE DRYDEN, rodeo queen, was hurt on a carnival merry-go-round. Mr. Ross is taking a refresher course in physics at Cal. Tech. under the celebrated professor, MARY LOU ELKINS, A.B., Ph.D., Litt.D., M.Sc. HAROLD MORTON, Fuller Brush sales- man, sailed to sell brushes in Siam. His brother, CLYDE, accompanied him. jAY WOLFGANG has just finished an- other book in his series, "The Art of Being a Wolf in 249 Easy Lessons." MARY WEBB LOGSTON, wife of a Santa Paula businessman, took a trip by rocket to Paris. While there, she ran into BILL PALMER, noted philosopher. CHARLES HARBISON, now resident of Australia, is making a fortune with his team of dancing kangeroos. BARBARA ALCOCK, violinist of some distinction, was fined S50 for assault and battery. She hit CLAYTON BUCHANAN, manager of the Hollywood Bowl, over the head with her violin during an argument. Also seen in court were RICHIE PYLE and TOM GRIFFIN, noted soap box orators, for disturbing the peace. NAVIS ATCHLEY was brought in also for disturbing the peace. Somebody mispronounced her name again for the l0,000th time and it was too much for her. WILMA ELLIOTT won the national prize for making the best dill pickles. She was not present when the prize was presented, due to illness caused by eating her own pickles. MELVIN HICKS, sculptor, has completed his masterpiece. This latest one is called "Mickey." HANK NAVARRO and DEAN GREGORY are coaching football at U.S.C. WANDA CORE, beauty salon operator, is kept busy dyeing the hair of Fillmore Grammar School's students. BE'I-I'Y KING and MARY HUDDLESTON are drawing models for Vogue Magazine. BILLIE TUCKER joined her husband. Admiral Pal Tucker, in Miami recently. MARTHA jEAN NEAL, voted SaiIor's Sweetheart of I948, finally proposed to COMMANDER VERNON IAMES by mega- phone. jESSE LONG, insurance salesman, just sold a policy to PAT NELSON, parachute jumper. ANNE LIDAMORE was voted American Red Head No. I. Runner-up was HAROLD BROWN, head of the famous Fillmore Frog Farm. CHARLES HUDDLESTON, grass skirt manufacturer, gave a style show of his latest creations. Modeling them were BONNIE MAIER and GLORIA MAUCK. WANDA MCCLUNG and FRANCES WATERS sailed for South America on a luxury liner. The main officers on the boat are TOM SMITH, ELMER ELLIS, and ABUNDIO CARRILLO. RICHARD BAKER'S latest song, "Spanish Sweetheart," is being featured by CARMEN GARCIA, new M.G.M. starlet, in her newest picture. ELEANGR BURROUGHS, hostess for the local night-spot, Cave-In Cafe, married the boss, HAROLD SOUTHWICK. IDA SANCHEZ and NELLIE CARILLO have started their rope jumping contest. 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