Fillmore High School - Copa de Oro Yearbook (Fillmore, CA)
- Class of 1946
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Peace comes to us this year for the first time in four
years-a peace won by sacrifice, hard work and
unity which has kept Christian civilization surviving.
Out of this unity of thought and action has emerged
the United Nations Organization which can mean for
us the continuance of a peaceful World for genera-
tions to come. It is our responsibility to make certain
that this peace will be maintained so that we will
be founders and keepers of "A Peaceful Horizon"-
the "Horizon" to which this book is dedicated.
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"And to you, and to all Americans who
dedicate themselves with us to the make
ing' ol an abiding peace, l say: the only
lirnit to our realization ot tomorrow will be
our doubts of today. Let us move forward
with strong and active faith."
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
xglfl fererifing Wemoriefi
These few pleasant views of our beloved campus
are reminders of the happy times spent at Fillmore
high school. These views furnish memories Which
will be treasured through the years.
"The United Nations shall establish under its
authority an international trusteeship system
tor the administration and supervision ot such
territories as may be placed thereunder by
subsequent individual agreements. These
territories are hereinafter referred to as trust
Charter of United Nations
Donovan W. Main
Once again the World is in process of establishing
what is hoped to be a lasting and durable peace.
The threshold of opportunity beckons the people to
the pathways of life through cooperation, under-
standing, and good will. Peaceful horizons are Within
the reach of mankind. Will We as a school exert our
energy toward the realization of the promising
horizons of the future? Shall We here and now dedi-
cate ourselves to the challenge of making our school,
community, nation, and World a better place in
which to Work and live? Yes, a place Where peaceful
OUP Hoare! of 3"ll,5t8Q:f
Champ Cochran, Ioe Scanlin,
Clarence Burson, Albert Haase, Floyd Warring
Top Picture, Standing: GEORGE ,Mfg rlncllaa
MADSEN, RUSSELL FLINT
Seated: RUTH TOPE, HENRIETTA
HUYSSEN, AGNES WINKLER
Bottom Picture, Standing: WALTER I-IALL, I
ELEANOR LOCKWOOD C
Seated: BERNARD SPECTOR, ALICE SMITH,
IEAN TIERNEY, RUSSELL TRIMMER,
Standing: GLENN STULL, VERA FREMLIN, Seated: ROGER CASIER, BARBARA BUNN.
ROSS BUCKLE, GEORGE OELTMAN MARGARET PHARISS, PRUDENCE OLESON
Seated: ALICE HANSEN, WALTER Standing: ELBERT GRAHAM
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HARLAN BARTON, CARL RUMMANS, MAC DeFEVER, HAROLD STEVENS
Iom. ot Entertainment, Neil Kennedy,
Com. ot Athletics, Ed Carter
Iom. of Advertisement, Gwen Barker,
Editor, News Flashes, Inez Phillips,
Vice President, Carol Howardg
President, Kenneth Rogers,
Secretary, Claire Gratler,
Com. of Finance, Dorothy Messer,
econd Vice President, Ronald Balden
Fobby Cox, Robert Fuller, Monty
Vinkler, Bobby Chaney, Clyde
owe, Doyle Cowans, Eddie Navarro
ois LeBard, Pat Balden, Douglas
lcCullough, Connie Arundell, Perry
rederickson, Sue Hadley, Carroll
ooper, Ioyce Finnell, Milburn Bot-
' tomley, Margaret Nelson
The student council was a very active group this year The
members attended student council conventions adopted the
sportsmanship code and the successful exchange assembly pro
gram. They also collected money for the War Chest the Red
Cross, and bought a Sl U00 Victory Bond
The council wishes to express their thanks tor the cooperation
and help which Mr Main Miss Hansen and the student body
have shown this year
"Membership in the United Nations is open
to dll other pedce-loving states which accept
the obligations contained in the present charter
cmd in the judgment of the organization, and
are crble and willing to carry out these obli-
Charter ot United Nations
Advisor, Harry Bigger, Secretary,
William Thayerg President, Hoyt Bro-
derseng Treasurer, Iim Schleimer,
Advisor, Amy Smith, Vice-president,
l Buck Basolo
The class of '46 has never been shy and retiring, and
consequently had a bang-up time in school. lt all started
one stormy day in l943 when the seniors ot that year trightm
ened the little rowdies good and proper on Initiation Day.
When sophomores, the class ot '46 presented a very success-
ful class assembly for the student body, and the junior prom
was a spectacular success.
The last year was the best with the very fine senior play,
"Ever Since Eve." The backward dance on St. Patricks Day
was a night to be remembered. Senior Ditch Day at the
snow, the athletic banquet, baccalaureate, Rotary luncheon,
the prom, and last, but not least, commencement are all
times to be treasured in memories.
Four wonderful and unforgettable years have been spent
by the Senior Class of '46.
VEDA VEST SOUTHWICK
IACOB SEIGLER, IR.
DONNA WHITMAN DE FEVER
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IRENE RATLIFF I-IUCKABY
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Top Row: President, Lewis McCool, Middle
Row: Advisors, Mr. Garrison, Miss Snow-
hook, Miss Tope, Mr. Tilleson. Bottom Row:
Treasurer, Miriam Bunny Secretary, Billie
lean McKim, Yell Leader, Pat Burrough 1,
Vice President, Ruth Iohnson.
Front Row: Lily Gomez, Elisa Garcia,
Ruth Butler, Rosemary Billhymet,
Lovelia Baughman, Betty Cooper,
Dixie Fuller, Velma Boatright, Bonnie
Iackson, Geraldine Bennett. Second
Row: lackie Hampson, Virginia Free-
man, Gwen Barker, Pat Burroughs,
Shirley Elder, Lois lean Herron, Anita
Elkins, Barbara Ellis, Betty Gazza-
way. Third Row: Bill Cox, lim Grady,
Calvin Deeter, Roy Henderson, Geo.
Harding, Alvin Deeter, Peter Carrillo,
Dave Clapperton, Carl Elkins.
Front Row: lr. Cunningham, Everett
Brady, Duane Moeschler, Ioe Armas.
Second Row: Billie lean McKim,
Ruth Iohnson, Georgia McHam, Betty
West, Doreen Kortan, Miriam Bunn,
Anita Peyton, Bobbie Kerby, Lee Wil-
son, Anna Rummans. Third Row:
David Wright, Ruben Ramirez, Nellie
luarez, Amparo Renteria, Rachel
Ramirez, Connie Mendez, Naomi Le-
gan, Rosemary Metcalf, Pat lones,
Fourth Row: George Phipps, Arvolle
Long, Lewis McCool, Eugene Finnell,
Dick Mosbarger, Manuel Moreno,
Ray Hunt, Fred Keele, Bill Thomp-
l son, Lynn Wilson.
Front Row: Shirley Morris, Eleanor
Riesgo, Yvonne Rihbany, Eleanor
Rihbany, Bonnie Pointer, Dolores Sa-
linas. Second Row: Tony Perez, Rich-
ard Renteria, lack Shores, Nellie
Mendez, Rita Velasquez, Margaret
Ybarra, Burlin Whiteley, Willard
Wyatt, lack Newman, Third Row:
Geo. Moreno, Chappie Morris, Stan-
ley Merry, Ierry Scott, Ples Taylor.
Front Row: Pauline Gurrola, Petra
Gonzalez, Anna McDonald, Ellen
Iohnson, Nancy Houser, Bobbye
Hunt, Bonnie McGuire. Second Row:
Luis Garnica, Lowell Iones, Esther
Guerrero, Eva Leon, Fortuna Limon,
Delores Hood, Doris Heisler, Don
Masson, George Hadley. Third Row:
Iohn Guerrero, Richard McKendry,
Domingo Gonzalez, Tom Hicks,
Howard Inman, Luther Lemons, Don
Front Row: Mary Alcoser, Dolores
Alvidrez, Pat Banks, Lois Boatright,
lla Boyer, lean Briggs, Florine Camp-
bell, Ioy Brockus. Second Row: Audy
Dryer, Ioan Bottomley, Bonnie Fer-
nandez, Peggy Battord, Hester Dool,
Frances Decker, Mildred Dorman,
Dorothy Dorman, Ray Baker. Third
Row: Kenneth Everson, Ronald Mill-
er, Keith Bentley, Ioey Estrada, Ray
Fisher, Tom Dungan, Iim Fansler.
Treasurer, George Hadley, President,
Harold McFadden, Vice president,
Keith Bentley, Secretary, Florine
Campbell, Advisor, Margaret Phariss.
Front Row: Treasurer, Dick McCul-
lough, Vice President, Robert South-
wick. Back Row: President, Dick
Hackney, Advisor, Miss Huyssen, Ad-
visor, Mr. Casier, Advisor, Miss
Tierneyg Secretary, Maxine Taylor,
Front Row: Maxine Taylor Bene
Tucker, Virginia Pyle, Lila Rihbany,
Glendolyn Stull, Dolores Thayer,
Louise Williams, Charlene Harbison,
Second Row: lunior Suttle, Sarah
Shiells, Barbara Rogers, Faye Rick-
man, Rowena Kidder, Wanda West,
Trudy Young, Nita Roberts, Dora
Videgain. Third Row: Gabriel San-
chez, Rhea Payne, Ronald Morey,
Davy Mills, Bob Southwick, Wayne
Michael, Art Puliclo, Hubert Freeman,
Front Row: Ruth Howe, Candelaria
Gurrola, Catalina Garnica, Iessie Lo-
pez, Sue Hewitt, Annette Garrison,
loyce Krink, Esther Legan, Betty Her-
ring, Iuanita Gilleland. Second Row:
Iimmy McReynolds, Iimmy Lorbeer,
Parker Hubert, Stanley Hurst, Kent
Iones, Tony Iuarez, Margarita Garcia,
I. C. Hewitt, lose Limon. Third Row:
Dick Hackney, Iohn Grimes, Dick
McCullough, Lelen Maddux, Richard
Gonzalez, Richard Lozano, George
Front Row: Maxine Taylor, Marlene Finnell, Emma Casner, Ioanne
Calkins, Darlene Finnell, Mahoia Burch, Wanda Cunningham, Reedean
Dement, Betty Downey, Lucy Banuelos. Second Row: Othel Atchley, Don
Burroughs, Norma Banks, Don Arundell, Connie Davis, Iackie Agler, Fred
Decker, Iewell Ellioli, Wanda Beard. Third Row: Alpha Buckner, lesus
Armas, Iefl Dobbs, Gene Beard, lim Berrington, Robert Beck.
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Advisor MR. TRIMMER
Advisor MR. HALL
President BOBBY CHANEY
Vice President IOYCE FINNELL
Secretary-Treas. PATSY BALDEN
Front Row: Margie Sanchez, Rachel
Sandoval, Virginia Salinas, Patsy
Wolf, Betsy Ross, Hallie Swearingen,
Mae Swearingen, Pauline Shores
LaVonne Whiteley, Eva Tucker. Sec-
ond Row: Boyce Taylor, Iarnes York,
Ralston Wright, Eleanor Smith, Iackie
Scott, Margaret Swilling, Frank Rud-
kin, Daryl Vest, Ierry Terreau. Third
How: Larry Wade, Luis Zermeno,
Monty Winkler, Ioe Scanlin, Eliceo
Yzaguirre, Luther Rodarte, Clark
Young, Roger Young.
Front Row: Rachel Flores, Marjorie
LeBard, Ioan Higgins, Ioyce Finnell,
Sue Hadley, Marilyn Griffin, Pearline
Gunter, Billie Sue Gamble, Dorothy
Hooper. Second Bow: Frank Flores,
Geo. Garnica, Eleanor Gomez, Louise
Herring, Weedadell Hawley, Virginia
LeBard, Martha Gunter, Andrew Gu-
tierrez, Gerald Hamm. Third Row:
Luis B. Gonzalez, Earl Lidamore,
Henry Gonzalez, Wallace King, Rus-
sell Horton, Iames Ford, lohn Foster,
Stanley Iones, Freddy Hinkle.
Front Row: Selma Ramirez, Viola
Riesgo, Rachel Moreno, Beverly Rod-
erick, Evelyn Love, Sharon Morris,
Ioyce Ratlitf, Reita Riopelle, Ruby
Voshall, Lupe Martinez. Second Row:
Douglas McCullough, Eddie Navarro,
Barbara Molina, Carmen Robles,
Donna Michelson, lane Nolen, I. C.
Meek, Clyde Lowe. Third Row:
Charles Lowe, Charles Morrison,
Rudy Ponce, Vincent Martinez, Dale
Palmer, Ramon Reyes, Milton Moe-
schler, Charles Rogers, Saylor Mil-
ton, Fidel Lovato.
Front Row: Vera Birnel, Gloria
Estrada, Ioan Dawson, Barbara Bliss,
Gloria Baughman, Virginia Davalos,
Esther Alcozar, Amelia Cardona,
Donna Bork, Pat Balden, Colene
Atchley. Second Row: Lonnie Davis,
Milburn Bottomley, Ronnie Balden,
Louise Dominguez, Sylvia Dobbs,
Helen Dorman, Dennis Allen, Bobby
Chaney, Delbert Boatright, Third
Row: Don Dobyns, Iohn Bricker, Hyle
Davis, Don Arnold, Oscar Carrillo,
Billy Fields, Manuel Cabral, Ir. But-
ler. Henrv Carrillo, Bob Bishop.
President BOBBY COX
Vice Pres. MARGARET NELSON
Sec.-Treas. PERRY FREDRICKSEN
Front Row: Ofelia Sandoval, Esther
Salazar, Betty Rickman, Imogene
Suttle, Lupe Villanueva, Caroline
Rummans, Alice Unruh, Peggy Engle-
dow, Virginia Somers, Sally Turk.
Second Row: Elias Vasquez, Richard
Weiland, Elma Real, Ramona Torres,
Virginia Real, Belen Sanchez, Henry
Ramirez, David Swarts.
Third Row: Adolph Seedig, Iimmy
Yzaguirre, Rupert Ellis, Lupe Ybarra,
Roy Wooley, Santos Garcia.
Front Row: Evelyn Martinez, Lucy
Medina, Lupe Mendez, Margaret
Nelson, Eva lo Michael, Patsy Mois-
ling, Catherine Percy, Ruth Moesch-
ler, Barbara Roberts. Second Row:
David Mazon, Eddie Perez, Frank
Mendoza, Geo. Miller, Arnold Oliver,
Dick Peters, David Perez, Pete Lopez,
Norman Meigide, Richard Purves.
Third Row: Billy Reynolds, Kenneth
Korver, Henry Laird, Vancel McHam,
Ierry Myers, Lawrence Pulido, Tony
Moreno, Robert Mendez, Ruben
Front Row: Pauline Magdaleno, Kate
Martinez, Corwyn Love, Leon Mac-
key, lean Mayhew, Luella Long. Sec-
ond Row: Ramona Lawrence, Raquel
Gonzalez, Geraldine Dodd, Barbara
Blythe, Patsy Heilman, Anne
Howard, Lois LeBard, Maxine Heis-
ler, Nona Gilleland, Dixie Kerby,
Barbara Lemons. Third Row: Victor
Gonzalez, Pablo Avila, Iohn Espi-
noza, Wayne Boatright, Don Hender-
son, I. L. Dodd, Robert Avila, Ster-
ling Campbell, Mac Kidder, Don
Canada, Robert Fuller, Robert Gib-
bons, Bob Hubert.
First Row: Dorothy Fields, Audrey
Freeman, Norma Harper, Dora Es-
trada. Second Row: Doris Carr, Sally
Carrillo, Peggy lo Blythe, Dorothy
Canada, loetta Beck, Mary Atkinson,
Margaret De larnette, Rebecca Bent-
ley, Connie Arundell, Evelyn Brown.
Third Row: Carroll Cooper, Bobby
Cox, Stephen Clark, Bill Brockus,
Charles Cox, Ronnie Bartels, Bobby
Gene Cantrell, W. L. Barksdale,
Doyle Cowans, Ralph Adams. Fourth
Row: Lloyd Elkins, Fred Bragg, Nor-
man Dutra, Bill Allen, Cornie Bricker,
Iim Dulaney, Perry Fredricksen, Iuan
conomic an ,Sadat
"The Economic and Social Council may
make or initiate studies and reports with re-
spect to international economic, social, cul-
tural, educational, health, and related matters
and may make recommendations to . . . the
specialized agencies concerned."
Charter of United Nations
NEIL KENNEDY, CLAIRE GRAFFER
Photography IAMES RIESGO
Under the supervision of Mr, Elbert Graham, the Annual staff dug in
early this year to avoid the usual last minute deluge of copy and pictures
which has, in -past times, caused many headaches, They got by with
reasonably few this year, due largely to the patient kindness and hard
work of Mr. Graham. I-le deserves much credit for putting out a yearbook
with a rather inexperienced group of students to work with. Most of the
copy was Written out of school, and many a staff member burned the
midnight oil to get the copy in on the set date. The staff also sponsored a
successful 'lWinter Wonderland" dance in Ianuary.
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Seated: lim Schleimer, Ioanne Forbes, Pat Iones, Claire KGraffer, Neil Kennedy, Veda
Southwick, Dorothy Messer, William Thayer. Standing: Katie Elkins, Inez Phillips, M
Graham, Berta Merry, Roy Henderson. A' '
Editor NEIL KENNEDY
Associate Editor CLAIRE GRAEFER
Business Manager DOROTHY MESSER
Boys' Sports IIM SCHLEIMER
Girls' Sports VEDA SOUTHWICK
Organizations INEZ PHILLIPS
Feature Editor BILL THAYER
Typists KATIE ELKINS
INEZ PHILLIPS, VEDA SOUTHWICK
The News Flashes' staff Wasn't organe
ized until the end of the tirst semester oi
this year, which also marked the return
ot Mr. Elbert Graham, the advisor, from
the armed services. Although the staff got
ott to a late start, they had a very success-
tul semester printing the News Flashes.
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Standing: Iames Riesgo, Berta Merry, Neil Kennedy. Seated: Claire Gratfer, Peggy Gutierrez,
Vecla Southwick, Inez Phillips, Pat Iones, Shirley Elder, Iune Barclen.
Vice President, lune Barden
President, Veda Southwick
Secretary, Berta Merry
Treasurer, lackie Harnpson
These girls, leaders ot girls' ath-
letics, outstanding in sportsman-
ship, ability and cooperation,
belong to the LetterWon'1en's Club.
Alter each girl receives l000
points in participations in sports,
she is awarded her letter at the
annual athletic banquet held in
Front Row: Berta Merry, Peggy Gutierrez, Veda Southwick, Iune Barden. Second Row: Carol
Howard, Anita Elkins, Anita Peyton, lackie Hampson, Billie Ieanne McKinf1, Gwen Bark r
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va anchez, Belen Lopez. Stcmdmg: Betty Cooper, Velma Boatright, Betty West, Barbara
Ellis, Aurora Moreno, Dixie Fuller.
The Lettermen of Fillmore high
are the boys who really earned
the privilege of membership by
participation in various sports. The
members enjoyed a barbecue
after football season, and after
basketball season they had a din-
ner in the social room in honor of
Coach E. V. Kennedy who is leav
ing our school this year.
President, Ed Carter
Vice President, Hoyt Brodersen
Treasurer, Neil Kennedy
Kneeling: Buck Basolo, Ed Carter, Tom Rangel, Bill Thompson, Kenneth King, Tom Nelson,
Neil Kennedy, Hoyt Brodersen, Kenny Rogers. Seated: George Potter, lack Neuman, Tommy
Hicks, Dick Mosbarger, Ierry Scott, Don Maxwell, Iim Schleimer, Iohn Perez, Curt Bell,
Armond Wahl. Standing: Carl Elkins, George Moreno, Burlin Whiteley, Adolph Velorsquez,
Roy Henderson, Peter Carrillo, Manuel Moreno, Chappy Morris, Stanley Merry, Dale Murphy,
F ller Veda Southwick Barbara Ellis.
Back Row: Miriam Bunn, Lee Wilson, Christine u , ,
Second Row: Wanda Beard, Mary Alcoser, Hester Dool, Mary Bice, Esther Guerrero, Third
Row: Rosemary Billhymer, Pauline Gurrola, Margaret Ybarra, Donnetta Peyton, Bobby
' L'l Gomez, Belen Lopez,
Kerby, Catalina Garnica. Front Row: Sarah Chavez, Nellie Iuarez, IY
' G tierrez. Seated: Miss Lockwood.
Basima Simmons, Peggy Bafford, Peggy u
Front Row: Ruth Howe, Ioanne Calkins, Pat Spangler, Miss Lockwood. Back Row: Ioey
k , Ierry Scott, Dick Hackney, Tony Iuarez, Iim Purvis.
Estrada, Alpha Buc ner
The girls' chorus is a very popu-
lar group which has entertained
several times during the year at
school and at various clubs.
The high school orchestra is a
regularly organized class where
the students receive credits. The
orchestra played at all thepep
assemblies which made the school
Claire Gratter was chosen by the mem-
bers ot the senior class as the outstanding
citizen. Claire will receive a certificate
from the National Society of the Daugh-
ters ot the American Revolution tor good
citizenship and will have a chance to com-
pete with other Winners in several con-
tests tor War bond prizes.
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The Girls' League, which is composed ot all the girls in school
and controlled by an Executive Board, was especially active
this year. The group sponsored an "Autumn Festival" Dance,
several assemblies and attended a Girls' League Convention in
March at Hoover High School, in Glendale.
Florine Campbell, Inez Phillips, Pat Banks, s, Claire Graffer, Ioanne Forbes
Shirley Elder, and Barbara Rogers.
Top Row: Eugene Finnell, Carl Elkins, Art Sallee, Manuel Moreno, Stanley
Masson. Bottom Row: Mr. Ross Buckle, Roy Henderson, Tommy Nelson,
Lewis McCool, Iirnrny Riesgo.
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Although the boys got ott to a late start, the Senior
I-li-Y carried on as usual. Their activities have been
based on the theme "Service" and include such
things as sponsoring a horseshoe pitching contest,
going to church in a group, and several parties.
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The lunior l-Ii-Y, under the presidency ol I-larold
Mc Fadden, has developed into an active group. The
theme for the year was "Tolerance" which has been
emphasized in the discussion groups and by speak-
ers. The club, which started with six members this
year, now has seventeen.
Standing: Tom Dungan, George Moreno, Dick Hackney, Mr. Casier
Chappy Morris, Iimmy Fansler, Tommy Hicks. Seated: Ronald Morey
Harold McFadden, Kent Iones, Ierry Scott, Luis Garnica, Howard Inman
Front Row: Dorothy Messer, Barbara Michel, Carol Howard, Lois lean Herron, lune Barden,
Claire Gratier, Billie Iean McKim. Second Row: Laurabelle Iones, Eleanor Fisher, Anita
Peyton, Anita Elkins, Pat Iones, Marjory Hanson, Ioy Lesperance, loanne Forbes. Third row:
Audrey Spangler, Barbara Ellis, Ruth Iohnson, Mrs. Bunn, Inez Phillips, Donna DeFever,
Shirley Elder, Veda Southwick, Pat Spangler, Peggy Gutierrez.
The girls enjoyed a very full year which included
a food sale, the adoption of an orphan, a formal
induction in the Presbyterian church, and many
other social parties, all under the direction ot Mrs.
First Row: Basirna Simmons, Annette Garrison, Lila
Rihbany, Darlene Finnell, Ioan Calkins, Yvonne
Rihbany. Second Row: Peggy Batlord, Hester Dool,
Maxine Taylor, Mary Lynn Bice, Iewell Elliott, Nancy
l-louser. Third Row: loan Bottomley, Florine Camp-
bell, Ellen lohnson, loy Brockus, Anna McDonald.
First Row: luanita Gilleland, Bon-
nie Fernandez, Bonnie McGuire.
Second Row: Eleanor Rihbany,
ju fare armerd 0 merica
Front Row: Audy Dryer, David Alcozar, I. C. Hewitt, Wayne Michael, Hubert Freeman,
Second Row: Don Spurlock, Iefi Dobbs, Robert Beck, Flay Hunt, Dick Mosbarger, Richard
McKendry, Lesley Burson, Marvin Smith. Standing: Mr. Sankoff, Gene Beard, Carl Elkins,
Stanley Merry, lohn Grimes, Othel Atchley, Don Maxwell, Nathan Breshears, lim Berrington.
These boys were very busy sponsoring the
noon movies during the year as Well as a Very
successful barn dance. They also gave a
Fathers' and Sons' banquet, and all of the mem-
bers oi the group worked on individual proj-
ects during the year.
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ne Hihbany, Shirley Elder Inez Philli s C l
, p , aro Howard, Lois lean Herron,
Ioy Lesperance, Anita Peyton. Back Row: Dorothy Messer, Audrey Spangler, Miriam Bunn,
Claire Graffer, William Thayer, Patti Iones, Nancy Houser, Eva Sanchez.
The scholarship society enjoyed a very suc-
cessful year which included an induction of
new members, the sponsoring ot a very suc-
cessful Valentine dance, and an Honor Day in
Los Angeles. Seal bearers this year are Carol
Howard, Eva Sa
nchez, Dorothy Messer and
The art club is organized for the
purpose of furthering the artistic tal-
ent of the students. The members rnet
once a month and made ink and
crayon sketches. At other meetings
they made three-minute sketches
which were on display in the halls
during the year.
Seated: Maxine Taylor, Gwen Barker, Anne
Howard, Virginia Pyle. Standing: Ioe Scanlin,
Patsy Wolf, loanne Calkins.
Secretary, Virginia Pyle
President, Gwen Barker
Vice president, Maxine Taylor
Buenas dias, arnigos! The Spanish club member-
ship consists of the students of the second year Span-
ish class. The club spent a very enjoyable day dur-
ing the year in Los Angeles visiting Olvera Street.
Standing: Iirn Fansler, Torn Nelson, Iackie Hampson, Dorothy Dorman, Anita Elkins, George
Harding, Richard Renteria, George Hadley. Seated: Yvonne Rihbany, Dolores Alvidrez,
Eva Leon, Fortuna Limon, Aurora Raminez, Petra Gonzales, Lily Gomez.
Although the influenza epidemic made it impossible for
the Christmas pageant, "Day Has Begun," to be shown
to the community this year, the student body attended a
matinee performance and were impressed by the spirit
of the performance.
"Ever Since Eve," the senior play which was presented
in March, was a very successful comedy which kept the
audience entertained from beginning to end. There were
three productions, a matinee and two evening perform-
ances, which went smoothly.
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Fillmore High's one cmd only math
club was very active this year begin-
ning With their traditional induction of
new members. Membership in Pi Theta
is open to the advanced math students
and is organized to encourage the
study of mathematics.
HOYT BRODERSEN Vice President
3LOlS IEAN HERRCDN Secy.-Treasurer
1MISS ALICE HANSEN Advisor
NEIL KENNEDY President
Top Row: Kenny Rogers, Iimmy Schleimer, Calvin Deeter, Alvin Deeter, Gene Finnell, Bill
Nelson, Stanley Masson, Bill Thayer. Middle Row: Veda Southwick, Iune Barden, Ed Carter,
Barbara Massey, Ioy Lesperance, Kenny King, Dorothy Messer, Anita Peyton. Bottom Row:
Hoyt Brodersen, Lois lean Herron, Neil Kennedy.
When the votes were all counted, it was discovered that
Berta Merry and Ed Carter were chosen to be the favorite
senior couple. The couple was crowned at the G. A. A.
Easter formal. The four closest runners-up, Veda South-
wick, George Potter, Edith Suttle, and Hoyt Brodersen
acted as assistants to the royal couple.
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"The various specialized agencies, estab-
lished by intergovernmental agreement and
having wide international responsibilities, as
defined in their basic instruments, in economic,
social, cultural, educational, health, and re-
lated fields, shall be brought into relationship
with the United Nations in accordance with the
provisions of Article 63."
Charter of United Nations
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Fillmore 27 Santa Paula 6
Fillmore 14 Ventura 13
Fillmore 19 Oxnard 7
Fillmore 26 Lancaster O
Fillmore 13 Santa Barbara 31
Fillmore 14 Santa Paula U
Seated, First Bow: Tony Moreno, Peter Carrillo, Neil Kennedy, Ed Carter, lames Hiesgo,
Bill Thompson, Tommy Nelson, Wayne Michael. Second Row: Harry Bigger, Manuel Moreno
Hoyt Brodersen, Tom Rangel, Ray Hunt, Adolph Velasquez, lim Schleimer, Harold McFadden
lames Fuller, DeWayne Basolo, Eugene Kennedy. Third Row: Stanley Merry, lack Newman
Don Maxwell, Armond Wahl, Kenneth Rogers, Curt Bell, George Potter, Bill Cox, Dale Murphy
Fillmore Flashes brought home the bacon this year by cop-
ping the County Championship under the leadership of Coach
Kennedy. Only one out of seven games, and that was to the
powerful Santa Barbara Dons, was lost all season. Fillmore
also had a majority on the All-County Honor Team by placing
tive members. They were George Potter, Buck Basolo, Kenny
Rogers, lim Schleimer and Armond Wahl. Also two were
placed on Second All-County Honor Team. These were Ed
Carter and Hoyt Brodersen.
Eugene Kennedy, Russell Flint, Harry Bigger
Naomi Legcrn, Berta Merry
Iune Burden, Pcrt Burroughs
Front Row: Tony Perez, Dick McCullough, Howard lnman, Keith Bentley, lose Lirnon, David
Alcozar, Donald Burroughs, Tony luarez, Second Row: Bob Southwick, Iohn Grimes, Bill
Patterson, Luis Garnica, Kent Iones, Richard Gonzales, Torn Dungan, Tom Hicks, Dick
Hackney, Steve Cochran, Third Row: Alpha Buckner, Fred Decker, Chappy Morris, George
Moreno, Burlin Whiteley, Dick Mcliendry, Nathan Breshears, Salvador Martinez, Davy Mills,
l3 Ojai 6
7 Santa Paula l5
O Ojai l8
O Santa Paula 14
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Standing: lim Schleimer, Bill Cox, George Potter, lack Neuman, Kenneth Rogers, Hoyt
Brodersen. Kneeling: Coach Kennedy, lim Riesgo, Marvin Smith, lohn Guerrero, Manuel
Fillmore High's cagers once again
came through with a league title.
The team lacked sufficient height but
because ot the aggressiveness of the
guards and the basket-drilling abil-
ity ot the forwards, they Were Well
able to down the opposition. The
team showed tight and spirit and de-
served every game they won. This
year was the tirst time in the history
ot Fillmore that basketball and foot-
ball championships have been Won
Standing: Pete Carrillo, Harold MacFadden, Arvolle Long,
Stanley Merry, Coach Bigger, Raymond Baker, Carl Elkins,
Tony Perez, George Moreno. Front Row: Gabriel Sanchez,
Dick Mosbarger, lack Agler, Roy Henderson tmanagerl,
Richard Gonzales, loe Armas.
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l5 Ventura Ir. High 27 Fillmore 25 Santa Barbara
l7 Santa Paula 29 Fillmore 26 Ventura
31 Lancaster 23 Fillmore 4l Santa Paula
33 Oxnard 25 Fillmore 30 Lancaster
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in one year.
Fillmore 44 South Pasadena
Fillmore 2l Ventura High
Fillmore 24 Santa Paula
Fillmore 42 Lancaster
Fillmore 50 Gxnard
Fillmore 29 Santa Barbara
Fillmore 36 Ventura High
Fillmore 22 Santa Paula
Fillmore 35 Lancaster
Fillmore 52 Oxnard
Fillmore 30 Santa Barbara
Tom Hicks, Stanley Merry, Mcmuel Moreno, Ray Fisher
. . . 118 . . .
JERRY "TIGER" SCOTT
. . . 127 . . .
. . . 135 . . .
CPride oi North Fillrnorel
. . . 155 . . .
ED "TARZAN" CARTER
. . . 165 . . .
fAdonis of Foothill Drivel
. . . Heavy . . .
Standing: Adolph Velosquez, Roy Henderson, Raymond Fisher, lerry Scott.
Kneeling: Buck Bczsolo, Ed Carter.
At this writing, the Flashes'
rack team has participated
n two track meets only. Be-
:ause ot lack ot manpower
he A's are tar below normal
vvhile the B's and C's show
Jromise of being rated the
nest in the county. The team
rs a unit is not particularly
atrong, but there is hope that
ndividuals will do well in
he county meet.
Front Row: lose Ltmon D1ck Mosbarger B111 Thompson Roy Henderson Tom Nelson Kent
Iones. Second Row George Moreno Dick Hackney Manuel Moreno Ierry Scott Luis Garnica
Donald Arundell limmy Fansler Standmg Alpha Buckner Tom Hicks Fred Decker Stanley
Merry, Dick McCullough Bob Southwick Kelth Bentley
The Flashes got oil to a bad start
by losing to Santa Paula. So far the
Flashes have just gone up and down,
Winning one game and losing one. At
this present Writing, We are unable to
predict our final league standing.
Back Row: Dick McKendry fmanagerl, Iohn Guerrero, Tommy Rarigel, Tony Perez, Adolph
Velasquez, George Potter, Buck Basolo, Iohn Perez, Ierry Scott, Don Maxwell Cmanagerl.
Front Row: lose Limon, Pete Carrillo, David Wright, Robert Munoz, George Harding, lack
Agler, Luis Garnica, Dick Hackney, Ed Carter.
George Potter, picked as this year's
outstanding athlete is not a one-sport
man. George excelled in basketball,
football, track, baseball and swim-
ming from the time he entered the
9th grade until the last sport in his
last year had passed.
. He was picked as a unanimous
choice for the all-county football
team and also Was the choice for the
captain of this team. ln his senior
year he was chosen as end on the
third all-southern California high
school team. In basketball, George,
or "Gooner," as he is called, led the
county in scoring and Was one of the
best team players in the league. Pot-
ter pitched for the baseball team and
was an exceptionally good high
jumper in track.
Besides being an all-round ath-
lete in a physical sense of the word,
George was also an all-round ath-
lete as far as spirit, clean play and
cooperation were concerned.
Veda Southwick, GAA. President, has served four
successful years as an officer on the Board, and
excelled in all sports each of her four years.
With this outstanding record she was placed high-
est in the eyes of her fellow club members in the
following: leadership, ability, participation, and
sportsmanship, and was unanimously voted out-
Back Row: Anita Elkins, Ellen Iohnson, Eva
Sanchez. Front Row: lackie Hampson, Veda
Southwick, lune Borden, Berta Merry.
Bottom: Petra Gonzales, Pat Iones,
Carol Howard, Berta Merry,
Peggy Gutierrez, Veda South-
wick, Iune Barden, Eva Sanchez,
u Zeck. Second Row: For-
tuna Limon, ita Velasquez, Mar-
ian Hicks, Irene Huckaby, Dixie
Puller, Ioy Brockus, Florine Camp-
bell, Claire Grafler, Aurora Mo-
reno, Mildred Dorman, Dorothy
Dorman. Third Row: Eleanor
Riesgo, Dolores Alvidrez, Do-
lores Salinas, Lois lean Herron,
Anita Elkins, Iackie Hampson,
Anita Peyton, Billie McKim, Gwen
Barker, Pat Burroughs, Elisa Gar-
cia, Belen Lopez, Carmen Esca-
milla. Top Row: Eva Leon, Betty
Cooper, Velma Boatright, Georgia
McHam, Betty West, Barbara El-
lis, Mrs. Glover, lean Briggs,
Nancy Houser, Anna McDonald,
Pat Banks, Ellen Iohnson.
For the first time in four years
girls' sports were unhampered by
transportation. Play day was re-
sumed in the fall with the first meet-
ing in Santa Barbara. ln the spring
another All-County play day was
held here on our own front. At a gen-
eral meeting of representatives from
each school, the point systems were
Although the original plan for a
Christmas dance was canceled be-
cause of an influenza epidemic, a
very successful Easter formal was
given. Other activities for the year
included the Fathers' and Daughters'
banquet, initiation of new members,
senior breakfast and the Athletic
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Nations When they have been adopted by a
vote of two thirds of the members of the Gen-
eral Assembly and ratified in accordance with
their respective constitutional processes by two
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including all the permanent members of the Se-
Charter of United Nations
First day of school 4.
Faculty barbecue 5.
Student Council dance l2.
Football game with Lancaster-28-0 l7.
Basketball game at Ventura-2l-23 l.
Basketball game with Santa Paula-24-22
"Winter Wonderland Dance," sponsored
by Copa de Oro staff
Basketball game at Lancaster-42-23
National School Assemblies Program-
End of semester
Basketball game with Oxnard-50-38
Opening of second semester
l. Holiday-First day of fishing
4. G. A. A. Play Day
F. F. A. initiation
Football game with Santa Paula-27-6
Football game at Ventura-14-14
Football game with Oxnard-19-7
Football game at Lancaster-26-0
F. F. A. Barn Dance -
Iunior Varsity game at Ojai
Basketball game With Santa Barbara
Basketball game with Ventura-36-26
Basketball game with Oxnard--52-28
Ventura County League track meet here
6. National School Assemblies
"River of No Return"
l0. G. A. A. Fathers-Daughters Banquet
Baseball game with Santa Paula
Freshman "Spring" Dance
l7. Athletic banquet
25. Iunior Prom
30. Memorial Day
. Track meet--Southern Section Divisional
Football game with Santa Barbara-13-O 5
End of first quarter 7
Armistice Day Game at Santa Paula 19
Grade Reports, Football Barbecue 21
Girls' League Dance
Conservation Week l
Finals ot boxing tournament 2
Spanish Club trip
Matinee ot Senior play 4
Senior Play 5
Senior Play 8
F. F. A. Fathers-Sons Banquet 12
Baseball game at Santa Paula
Exchange assembly from Lancaster 15
Senior "Backwards" Dance 24
Exchange assembly at Lancaster 26
Senior Ditch Day
Iunior Hi-Y induction 27
End ot third quarter
Track meet with Lancaster and Lompoc
Girls' League Spring Convention
Baseball game at Oxnard
6. Commencement exercises
7. Last day of school
Pearl Harbor Memorial Assembly
School out-flu epidemic
Opening of fourth quarter
National Schools Assembly Program-
Baseball game with Ventura
Track meet with Oxnard and Lancaster
Public schools Week
G. A. A. Easter formal dance
Santa .Paula here tor exchange assembly
Track meet-Fillmore and Santa Paula at
Baseball game with Oxnard
Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4.
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Letterwomen's Club
3, Treas. 4. Pi Theta 4. News Flashes
4. Iamboree 3. Christmas Pageant l,
2. Play Staff 4. Yell Leader 4.
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4.
Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball l, 4 tln-
tramurall. Hi-Y 2. Lettermen's Club
2, 3, 4. F. F. A. I. Baseball l flntra-
Basketball 2, 3, 4. Football 3, 4. Class
Pres. 4. Vice Pres. Pi Theta 4. Hi-Y
l, 2, 3, 4. Senior Play 4. Christmas
Pageant l, 2, 3, 4. Vice Pres. Letter-
men's Club. Lions' Club Speaking
BETTY ANN BROWN
Chorus 3. Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4.
F. F. A. I. Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4.
Christmas Pageant 2. Intramural Bas-
ketball l. Intramural baseball l.
Football 2, 3, 4. Lettermen's Club l, 2,
3, Pres 4. Hi-Y I, 2, 3. Iamboree 3.
Senior Play 4. Class Pres. l, 2, 3. Stu-
dent Council 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Sophomore Assembly 2. Pi Theta
Sliixb 3, 4. Basketball Clntramurall
1 DONNA DeFEVER
Trans. from Lompoc Union High
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F. F. A. I.
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b ice Pres. 4.
G. A. A. 4. Girls' League, l, 2, 3, 4.
Dramatics 3, 4. Christmas Pageant
3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Tri-Y 2, 3, 4.
officer 2, 4. Girls' League Officer l,
2 4. Annual Staff 4. Lions' Club
Speech contest 4.
Chgisgmirs Pageant 2. Girls' League
G. A. A. 2, 3. Girls' League l, 2, Rep.
3, Pres. 4. C. S. F. 4. Christmas Pag-
eant 2, 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. Senior Play 4.
Annual Asso. Editor 4. News Flashes
Staff 4. Student Body Sec. 4. Dra-
matics 4. D. A. R. contest winner.
Tri-Y 2, 3, Historian 4. G. A. A. l, 2,
3, 4. Letterwomen's Club 2, 3, 4.
Christmas Play l, 2. Sr. Play Staff 4.
Chorus 4. New Flashes 4. Scholar-
ship l. Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4.
Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Girls' League l, Z,
3, 4. Christmas Pageant 2.
Student Body Vice Pres. 4. Senior
Play 4. Christmas Pageant l', 2, 3, 4.
Copa de Oro Editor 3. Asso. Editor of
News Flashes 2, 3. Tri-Y 2, 3, Pres. 4.
Spanish Club 2. C. S. F. l, 2, 3, 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2. Letterwomen's Club 2.
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 3, 4.
VADA MAE IOHNSON
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4. Trans. from
New Mexico in Oct. '43.
Christmas Pageant 3, 4. Tri-Y 2, 3,
Vice Pres. 4. Girls' League Rep. I, Z,
Trans. from Virgil Ir. High, Los An-
geles, Sept. '43. Football 3, 4. Basket-
ball 2. Hi-Y Pres. 2. Hi-Y 3. Pi Theta
3, Pres. 4. Editor Annual 4. Commis-
sioner of Entertainment 4. C. S. F. 2.
News Flashes 4. Senior Play 4. Iam-
boree 3. Lettermen's Club 2, 3, Treas-
C. S. F. 2, 4. Spanish Club 2. Tri-Y 4.
Pi Theta 4. Christmas Pageant 3.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus l, 2, 3, 4.
Letterwomen's Club 4.
Girls' League l, Z, 3, 4.
Trans. from EI Dorado High School.
Intramural Basketball 4. Hi-Y 4. Pi
Theta 3, 4.
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, Treas. 4. Lettermen's
Club 3, 4. Football 2, 3, 4. Intramural
Basketball 4. Baseball 3, 4. News
Chorus l, 3, 4. Girls' League 1, 2, 3,
4. Iamboree 3.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Letterwomen's
Club 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. Athletic Man-
ager 3, Vice Pres. 4. Christmas Pag-
eant 1, 2, 4. Girls' League 1, Z, 3, 4.
Senior Play Staff 4. Iarnboree 3. Yell
Leader 3, 4. Tri-Y 4. Annual Staff 4.
News Flashes 4. Dramatics 4.
C. S. F. l, Z, Sec. 3, 4. Girls' League
l, 2, Sec. 3, 4. Tri-Y 3, Treas. 4. Pi
Theta 4. Christmas Pageant 3.
Commissioner of Finance 4. Annual
Christmas Pageant 3, 4. Tri-Y 3, 4.
Dramatics 3. Ushers' Club 4. Chorus
Ushers' Club 3, 4. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4.
Letterwornen's Club 4.
G. A. A. 1. Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4.
Iamboree 3. Intramural Basketball 4.
Baseball 4. F. F. A. 2.
Pi Theta 4. Christmas Pageant 4. Se-
nior Play 4. Lions' Club Speaking
Contest 4. Football 1.
Christmas Pageant Z. Dramatics 2
F. F. A. 1. Boxing Champ 2. Basket-
ball 1, 2. Baseball 3, 4. Lettermen's
Club 3, 4.
Transferred from Toledo, Ohio, '43.
Football 2. Sr. Hi-Y Vice Pres. 4. ln-
tramural Basketball 4.
Chorus 1, 2, 4. Orchestra l, 2. Ushers'
Club 4. Tri-Y 4. Senior Play 4. Christ-
mas Play 1, 2, 4.
Student Council 4. Orchestra 1, Z.
Chorus 2, 3. Girls' League Rep. 4.
C. S. F. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4. Tri-Y Pres.
Z, 3, 4. Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3, 4.
lamboree 3. Oral Expression Play 3.
Lions' Club Speech Contest' Winner
3. Senior Play 4. News Flashes Editor
4. Annual Staff 4. Class Vice Pres. 3.
Spanish Club 2.
Intramural Basketball 4. F. F. A. 1.
Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Lettermen's Club
1, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
F. F. A. l. Basketball l, 3, 4. Football
4. Baseball l, 3, 4. Lettermen's Club
Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Z, 4.
Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Baseball 1, 2, 3. Annual Staff 4. News
Flashes Staff 4.
Student Body Pres. 4. 1-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3.
Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4. Pi Theta 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. C. S. F. 2, 3, Sec. 4.
Ushers' Club 4. Spanish Club 2, 3.
Letterwomen's Club 3, 4.
Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball Z, 3, 4.
Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Ol-
ticer 4. Senior Play 4. Pi Theta 4.
Spgnzgsh Club 2. Annual Staff 4. Hi-Y
Iamboree 3. Band 1. Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, Pres. 4. Hi-Y 3. Basket-
ball l, 3, 4. Christmas Pageant 4.
G. A. A. Rep. 1, Z, Sec. 3, Pres 4.
Class Sec. 1. Tri-Y Vice Pres. 2, 3, 4.
Letterwomen's Club 2, 3. Chorus 4.
Assoc. Editor of News Flashes 4.
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4. Annual Staff
4. Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 4. Pi Theta
3, 4. Spanish Club 2. C. S. F. 1.
News Flashes Staff 2. Editor 3. Christ-
mas Pageant 2. Student Council 3.
C. S. F. 3, 4. Tri-Y 3, 4. Annual Staff
3. Dramatics 3.
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
Iamboree 3. Tri-Y 3, 4.
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3. C. S. F. 2, 3, 4. Pi Theta 3,
4. Senior Class Sec. 4.
Football 2, 4. Baseball 3, 4. Letter-
men's Club 2, 3, 4. Football 2, 3, 4.
Basketball flntramurall 1. Letter-
men's Club Z, 3, 4. Football 2, 3, 4.
Baseball 4. Hi-Y 2, 3.
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2.
Ushers' Club 4. Dramatics 3.
IUNE BARDEN, leave my creamy complexion to Ruth Iohnson.
GERTRUDE BEEBE, leave Miss Tope without a dependable helper.
CURTIS BELL, leave my avoirdupois to Wallace King.
HOYT BRODERSEN, leave my red hair to "Cotton" Taylor.
BETTY BROWN, leave my temper to sister Connie.
LESLEY BURSON, leave my reputation as host at beach parties to Anita Elkins.
ED CARTER, leave school with a song, a dance, and a blonde wife-to-be. 'J
DONNA DE FEVER, leave to settle down with Barney. ' .
DQN DOWNEY, leave F.U.H.S. minus one more reckless driver. M
, ' n the piano ' ll.
CARMENESCAMILLA, leave my shyness to Chappy Morris.
IOANNE FORBES, leave my ability at making eyes to lackie Scott. U
VIRGINIA GAZZAWAY, leave my stature to Rebecca Bentley. '
CLAIRE GRAFFER, leave my natural blonde hair to Pat Iones.
PEGGY GUTIERREZ, leave my fancy writing to Wayne Michael.
HARVARD HAASE. leave to become chairman of the Democratic Party.
MARIORY HANSON, leave Fillmore for greater things.
MARIAN HICKS, leave my quiet ways to Ioy Brockus.
CAROL HOWARD, leave my place on the scholarship society to next year's brains.
IRENE HUCKABY, leave my love for arguing to Ioan Bottomley.
VADA IOHNSON, leave my dimples to Ruth Butler.
LAURABELLE IONES, leave to be an accompanist to Nelson Eddy.
NEIL KENNEDY, leave my wisecracks to Donnie Arundell.
KENNETH KING, leave my love to those who want it. Step up, girls.
IOY LESPERANCE, leave my walk to Iackie Scott.
BELEN LOPEZ, leave the "chatterbug" I possess to Iimmy Fansler.
STANLEY MASSON, leave the County Fire Department to Art Sallee.
CARMEN MARTINEZ, leave Miss Smith looking tor a new artist.
DON MAXWELL. land my sistert, leave school without a Maxwell for a few years.
LORYECE MAXWELL, leave 'all my muscles to Donnie Burroughs.
BERTA MERRY, leave F.U.H. S. with one less perfect lady.
DOROTHY MESSER, leave my studious ways to Dale Murphy.
BARBARA MICHEL. leave mv habit of taking all the ribbons at local horse shows to
AURORA MORENO, leave my homemaking classes to put them to practical use.
BETTY MOSBARGER, leave my love for "hot" music to Shirley Elder.
ROBERT MUNOZ, leave my motorcycle-riding ability to George Hadley.
WILLIAM NELSON, leave my janitoring job to some other ambitious student.
RICHARD NEVE. leave to become a traveling salesman.
IOHN PEREZ, leave my interest in planes to Bob Southwick.
EUGENE PETERS, leave my straight "A" card to Steve Cochran.
DONNETTA PEYTON, leave my initiative to Kent Iones.
INEZ PHILLIPS, leave my Lily Pons voice to limmy Grady.
RAYMOND PONCE, leave my quiet ways to George Harding.
GEORGE POTTER, leave my athletic ability to Dick Hackney.
TOM RANGEL, leave school with sadness in my heart.
IAMES RIESGO, leave my knack tor excuses to Keith Bentley.
KENNETH ROGERS, leave school with the fond hope that someday my protege, Lloyd
' Elkins, will follow my pattern.
EVA SANCHEZ, leave-school in the hopes that everyone will miss me.
IIMMY SCHLEIMER, leave the little red school house in my little red AV. 8.
IUNIOR SEIGLER, leave my physique to Fred Decker. A
MARVIN SMITH, leave my personality to Ierry Myers.
AUDREY SPANGLER, leave my quiet ways and sunny disposition to lackie Hampson.
PATRICIA SPANGLER, leave my dancing ability to Billie McKim.
EDITH SUTTLE, leave my height to lack Agler.
WILLIAM THAYER, leave my knack for soft-soaping teachers to someone who needs it.
ADOLPH VELASQUEZ, leave my appetite to Iim Purves.
VEDA VEST SOUTHWICK. leave school having realized my fondest ambition by becoming
Mrs. Leland Southwick.
ARMOND WAHL, leave my brains to some well-deserving student.
MILDRED WILSON, leave my good disposition to my twin, Lynn.
Gertie Easy Going
Brodie Being President
Unc Acting Dumb
Donna Blue Eyes
:, Don Promptness'
Blondie Natural-Blonde Hair
Marian Always in a Hurry
Irene Seeing in the Dark
Lollie Quiet Ways
Knob Red Hair
Ioy Friendly Smile
Stan Running Out of Class
Don Talking with Girls
Berta Gift ol Gab
Richie Glamor Boy
Red Good Nature
Iimmy Going Steady
Armond Hard Head
Mildred Good Disposition
F. F. A.
Waiting for Letters
Working in Show
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On the national scene CAROL HOWARD reports that the President of the United States,
HOYT BRODERSEN, is holding a cabinet meeting. During this meeting the Secretary of State,
IIIVI SCHLEIIVIER, is expected to oppose the nomination of LESLEY BURSON to succeed DON
MAXWELL as ambassador to Iapan.
The Vice President, DOROTHY MESSER, announced that the Democratic chairman, HARVARD
HAASE, has resigned. VADA IOHNSON will replace him. She also announced that she will not
run in the next election. DONNA DE FEVER will run in her place with either CARMEN
ESCAMILLA or running on the other ticket.
The Senate Snoop Committee headed by IAMES RIESGO said they could not find anything
wrong with IUNIOR SEIGLER's new industry. The industry has to do with the manufacturing ot
dope. The process involved was discovered by three research scientists, ADOLPH VELASQUEZ,
MILDRED WILSON. and BARBARA MICHEL. They are authorities on dopes of all kinds.
AUDREY SPANGLER reports in Paris that the famous bubble dancer, BERTA MERRY, and the
millionaire playboy, RICHARD NEVE, were joined in wedlock,
Russia announced her new dictator, PEGGY GUTIERREZ, has appointed IOANNE FORBES
to relieve ROBERT MUNOZ as ambassador to England and STANLEY MASSON to relieve
DONNETTA PEYTON as ambassador to France.
In Chungking the world's strongest man, UNC CARTER, declared he could lift a 500 lb. weight
with one hand.
Back home again the world's richest man, KENNETH ROGERS, bought a factory from NEIL
KENNEDY to manufacture the cars designed by GEORGE POTTER and VEDA SOUTHWICK.
BETTY ANN BROWN, President of Cal Tech, said that their prize students, ARMOND WAHL.
CARMEN MARTINEZ, CLAIRE GRAFFER, AURORA MORENO. AND EUGENE PETERS will stay
to teach at Institute.
GERTRUDE BEEBE reports from the National Library of Congress that she is gathering
material on Wild Lite of Sespe.
World-renowned sculptor, BUCK BASOLO, and his assistant, IOHN PEREZ, and his assistant,
PATRICIA SPANGLER, revealed their latest work oi art, "Gorda"
INEZ PHILLIPS made her opera debut, with the supporting cast of IUNE BARDEN. VIRGINIA
GAZZAWAY, MARIORY HANSON and MARIAN HICKS. Her manager, BETTY MOSBARGER,
said it was a great success.
KENNETH KING announced that he is planning a cruise in South American waters with
eight guests. The guests are IRENE HUCKABY, LAURABELLE IONES, IOY LESPERANCE. BELEN
LOPEZ, LORYECE MAXWELL, TOM RANGEL, EVA SANCHEZ and EDITH SUTTLE.
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