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

 - Class of 1957

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C , Autographs Autographs Contents Table of Administration Classes Organizations Sports Features Snaps Ads Semor H ugh Prmcrpal For a few brlef hours on commencement day the graduate has wlthm hls grasp the pot of gold that hes at the end of the rambow In lt are lCHllZCd the hopes and dreams that have come true When mornmg comes he sees far off ln the West a brlghter ralnbow with a larger pot of gold Each person has hls own phllosophy of life whlch he turns to for guldance for consolatlon and for encouragement when he IS faced by the perplexltles of everyday exlstence To the members of the class of 57 I commend the followlng I hope lt wrll prove helpful as a guide ln tlmes of trouble and wlll yleld both consolatlon and encouragement Belleve that m this world everyone YCCCIVCS ln the mam that to whlch hls talents and hls character entltle hlm Have falth ln the honesty and ln the good rntentlons of your fellowman Know that one responslblllty well carrled wlll usually lead to larger responslblllty Rest assured that any young man or woman who day after day and year after year does hrs best Wlll flnd that he IS not wlthout mater1al possesslons and that he has that whlch IS wlthout prlce the confldence and respect of hls HSSOCIHICS GIVE to the world your best and at the end of the ralnbow you wlll flnd the pot of gold Harry L Blgger Prlnclpal A . Q I . 7 9 - s . . . . ' 9 - ' . ' 9 A MR. HARRY L. BIGGER NIR IJONOVAIN W NIA lv Our Supenntendent It hah been bald that the three thmg: necebbary for sulvlval today are raw materlalb flIl3l'lC6S or funds and human ekllls and lntelll ence The greatebt need of the three and the most dlfflcult to solve lm the development of human skllls and lntelllgence No perlod ln hlbtO1y has placed as reat a demand fol the tralned mlnd as the present The opportumtles open for young people who have a vlslon and are not afrald to work are unllmlted Sclence has hecome a major factor ln our llvlng, our envlronment, and our fate The quallty of our minds wlll play an lmportant part IH our survlval Someone ham predlcted that the clvlllzatlon whlch doeb not value tralned lntelllgence IS lout My hope lm that each of you wlll so prepare yourself splrltually and lntellectually bo that you wlll he ahle to protect and enjoy your herltage Donovan W Vlaln Z! 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I., I EQ :.ffu'i"7"'f1!'a-f " I ' W "'i a n ETHEL MAUER ' l English P SARA MENKE cms' PE. 2253? 5 W1 , I p .i N if I' Iv: , i I ' 'Q CHARLES NIOZLEY Civics Speech Journalixm JAME5 NICHOLSON Senior High Art fx f N gf is ,Q I' ' W" 5 ,,,ffw,,p3 141' l5,,.x X , X , M4714 'K ' ' ,fin ' I X ' ' J ,ls -57' .fx 132. Qgefif' f 1 me? ff f?m , 5 4? Kiki - F ,. MW, ,. f lun: ' f A lk 1 x ,, -i 2 f S n had rernrns carne , resroenr, rhe arn very grare 'Yr enny and Kar non. 14,5 B ' ' P . McESLdent Kn X ionno that yo hrghest and rnosr inX ior Mrs . an eXecfron Body Y hooh X ihee or g, henr ooo ecanse n the noenr 3 h so the o ealce hed h Xn rhe chosen rne to ta red oiikee a stnoent X have atternoteo to abXy assisteo hy We ohooXs Rn our oonnry rhxs, Ykhrnore has K 6 mar you have oohe program as vveh heX6s- oi r rodents, spring, oi X956 vvhe he the oihce oi St can hoX6 vlhne Rn h g inXYrh rhe Annes oi eoooeraixon oi an have heen estahhs aken a Xeaorng nan X6 rhrs year s in B IKE- soo . roorrng hono honor, ana . X have been ' hetvveen the s SBVXSC. Xn ' known ior an ' the hrfnoxng NX one in the rnes and you ' ' wykh confrnne at 'XX he the 'rnhy Heuer reXanons oi the work none by We The schooX spnkt that Ykhrnore rs was shown hy yonr coonerairon eoncernxng er aeirvkixes. 'Yhxs year has been a very success A sxnoenr aefrvkires. Yonr akrenoance at the ga on ro rnany vkcrorkes. X hnovv that thxs snrrrc into 9. new Xeagne and rhar Ykhgnore vvkh sn ow nxanshrp an has Xeo onr Kearns ' re Yhgh as we go hooX Kn the county f' 5KneereXy, Serv Yxhrno uirienohest so Vice President ML l Frances Mitchell tuclent Council Serretary Helen Thompson 12th Grade President Harry Harper 93 ,'b, Paper Editor 'll Annual Co-Editor 3 K x I - f, - , , ll gli v Z t ff Ilth Grade President 4,57 4 W , s, V J on Balden Advisors: Miss Hansen. Mr. Tilleson Loren Finance Godfrey V Y r Annual Co-Editor . Mickey Q Entertaznment James 3 KA' Betty ' f Martin ' Sharon ' A dvertisement De A 1-mond ' ip! Rachel ' Torres 10th crude President A Wg - Athletics V, I K Judy E2 Arundell ' lv A 92h Grade President 4: gr s Nancy ' Ted Brooks Ywguirre XX l l Speaker of the House " W 't h Charles Merrill Ron Whiteley P House of Representatives Speaker of the House RON WHITELEY I am very proud to have served the student body as their Speaker of the House for 1956-1957. It has been a great honor, and I feel that this organization has accom- plished many things this year to the benefit of our school. The House of Representatives has become a well established organization and I know it will play an important part in developing student leadership and character. Your Speaker of the House RON WHITELEY First row: Barbara Wallace, Kathy Steppler, Joyce Dominguez, Sandra Smith, Carol Norwood, Shirley Hooper. Second row: Ted Yzaguirre, Norris Pennington, Jim Cook, Mike Legan, Bob Hays, Joe Yount. Third row: Don Kitchens, William Preciado, Bob McCampbell, Ron Whiteley, Loren Godfrey. 'gf' VERA FR ENILIN Adzfisor Junior Hi 'li tuclent Council Seated: Stephen Flint, Vice Presidentg Sue Easterwood, Secretary? Jess Leon, President: Nick Madsen, Treasurer. Standing: Gary Aardappel, Eighth Grade Presidentg Pam Snyder, Com. of Entertainmentg Caron Case, Seventh Grade Secretaryg ,lane O'Banion, Seventh Grade Vice Presidentg Carol Morris, Eighth Grade Secretaryg Linda Vossler, Com. of Entertainmentg Karen Baldwin, G.A.A. Presidentg Floyd Murrell, Eighth Grade Vice- President. Q , , fi. za 3 ni! Q.-fm Office Assistants First row: Ella Bragg. Mary Yzaguirre. Linda Stevenson. Patsy Reynolds, Barbara Brosh. Second row: Barbara Wallace. Barbara Suttle. Sharon Hughes. Dorothy Brown, Edna Elledge. Third row: Judy Askren. Patsy Downey. Josie Cabral. Pat Whitehurst. Susan Rogers. Fourth row: Madeline Carroll. Mary Morales, Rosemarie Meza. Lupe Leon, Joyce Dominguez. Top row: Jessie Preciado. Franees Rodriguez. Darlene Laird. CIISIOIIIUIIS Front row: Duke Clark. Earl Morris. Bret Blythe. Roy Hays. Dale Anderson. Baek row: Aaron Myers. Delfino Mendez. Leroy Amrhine. Willard Foster. Clifford Lee. Bob Motto Ben Ridenbaugh. Wayne Jones. 'il-'O . mWl4f,, 'W S 5 Sh 5 Zi k 1 -'Q Cl 9 U -i Cafeteria Helpers Barbara Walk:-r. lluleen Taylor. Lucy Gonzalez. lim Ire. Cafeteria Staff U-4 5+-ated: l.u1'e-al lmwif. :Xlethva Tlwnaxun. If-a Nlw-yvrf. Standing: Nlarjorie .-Xaralappel. fllar Hart. Nlilalrf-rl Bergman. Flizaln-Ill Jani-. Flare-nee Xlf'Cl1ll0ll,2ll. l"r+-rla Knight. Vlilrlred Wvilliams. Nellie- Hartlmrn. Lawanmla flamplwll. Q' Q W W f 'I ,A 7 1 I 4 1 I yr. W , 52' 2 V'3 N 0 9 ' W y 2 H we l :ln 4 , if if 1, rw u 4, Q S .Q 1 ,., , O WW: U if um 1 'if N l 5 " f W Ili riffs. gl rf ' h,,4,74,. , was S'-CJ s or 4 3,:'1i, Q L 1 . .4',,.'4A' A xy ,. x I"-Q. 1 iv Q uh! 1 1 fini ,'-jfs'-,cj ,. b ' , in , '2-five-'W ,N "Q M- ' iv . ' v 4 1 ,Y A' ,QL 7 1' af' ls'-2, . 1 ' Q 5. .- , .4 ' -,5'1?"fv 'V P' 3- n 15' 1, Q Front row: Harry Harper, Presi dent. Back row: Tom Sandoval, Treasurer, Lisa Thomas, Secre tary, Bob Taylor, Vice President. Walter Tilleson, Counsellor Charles Mozley, Advisor The class of 1957 was a pretty green bunch when we entered high school as freshmen. We found out that although we had to work hard we could have a lot of fun. In our sophomore year we began finding out what it was all about. We had our parties and the class assembly in which many took part. ln our junior year we buckled down. We put on the Junior- Senior Banquet and Prom. With everybody working and help from our advisors it was one of the best. As always the senior year is the most remembered. The seniors got off to a good start by buying the most student body cards and winning a movie for themselves. At Christmas time we sparked the drive for Hungarian relief. With the help of Mr. Tilleson and Mr. Mozley we had some parties that will long be remembered. Many of us will forever remember our parts in the senior play. The last senior events, Baccalaureate and Graduation brought to an end the best years of our lives. JEAN LOUISE AARDAPPEL Girls' League3 Spanish Club 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 CSF 2, 3, 4, President 4, Historian 33 Seal- bearer 43 Tri-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 43 DAR 43 Chorus 33 Junior Class Secretary 33 Christmas Pageant 3, 43 CDO Variety Show 33 Class Assembly 23 Usher Club 2, 33 Senior Play 43 Pi Theta 3. 43 GAA 1, 23 House of Representatives 3. JAMES ALAMILLO Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track 3, Letter- man 2, 3, 43 Class Assembly 23 Senior Gift Com- mittee Chairman 4. JOE ALCOZAR Football l, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Class Assembly 2. SAMUEL R. ALVARADO Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l3 Track 1, 23 Class Assembly 2, 33 CDO Variety Show 33 Exchange Assembly 2, 33 Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3, 43 News Flashes Staff 43 Pep Band 3, 4. "WFP Ln! IQ 1 -A fe-J! .Cb ,,, Nil ':.",..':lr Wi 4 int' Wu: JUDITH LEE ARUNDELL GAA 1, 23 Girls' Leagueg Class Vice President 13 Class Favorite 2, 33 Commercial Club 3, 4g Tri-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 33 Girls' League Rep. 33 Christmas Pageant 3, 43 Fashion Show 23 Art Club 4, Presi- dent3 Committee of Advertisement 43 Class Play 33 Office Staff 4g Senior Play 43 Art Service 43 Class Queen 23 Assembly Committee 4, DAVID BALLINGER Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3, 4g Foot- ball 1, 23 Track 1, 23 Cross Country 23 Class As- sembly 2, 33 Drum Major 43 Exchange Assembly 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 43 Staff Printer 3, 43 Basketball 13 Variety Show 3, 43 Senior Play 4. GILBERT MANUEL BANUELOS Basketball 23 Art Services 2, 3, 43 Art Club 43 Class Assembly 33 Senior Play 43 Annual Staff 43 Junior Stand Chairman 33 Christmas Pageant 43 Hi-Y 43 Archbearer 3. SUSAN ROSEANN BLACK News Flashes Staff 43 Christmas Pageant 2, 33 Senior Play 43 GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Rep. 3, Vice President 43 Pi Theta 43 Commercial Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Art Club 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Tri-Y 3, 43 Class Assembly 2. 33 Exchange Assembly 33 Senior Com- mittee Chairman 43 CDO Variety Show 33 Speech Class 33 Fashion Show 23 Girls' League. rw A 'V TN 'N 'Wh N11 i -......-.gg , MONTE CARPENTER Band 1. 2. 3, 43 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 News Flashes Staff 43 Exchange Assembly 33 Staff Printer 33 Basketball Manager 1. 3, 43 Football Manager 43 Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Letter- man 4: Class Assembly 33 FFA Reporter 4. PETE CERVANTEZ Football 1. 2. Manager 33 Basketball 1, 2, Manager 33 Baseball 1. 2, 33 Letterman 3, 43 Art Service 3. 4. GLENDA COLE Girls' I.eague3 Fashion Show 2, 43 Class Assembly 2, 33 Library Service 43 News Flashes Staff 43 Com- mercial Club 3. 43 Modern Dance Assembly 1. .IAM ES EDWIN COOK Spanish Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Pi Theta 3, 4. President 43 Senior Play 43 Basketball 13 Track 3, 43 Band 13 Class Assembly 23 Spring Concert 13 Football Slan- ager 23 Christmas Pageant 43 House of Rf-pn-gpma. tives 43 Archbearer 3. BARBARA ANN BROSH Girls' Lt'2igll6'3 Usher Club 2. 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Commercial Club 43 Tri-Y 43 Office Staff 43 Class Assembly 23 Girls' League Assembly 1, 43 Senior Gift Committee Chairman 43 Senior Play 43 Future Teachers' Club 43 Library Service 2. DOROTHY LOUISE BROWN Girls' League: Fashion Show 2, 43 Class Assembly 2, 33 Library Service 43 News Flashes Staff 43 Com- gieigial Club 3, 4g Modern Dance Assembly 13 Office ta 4. GILBERT FRANK BRUMMITT Spanish Club 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 3. 43 Christmas Pageant 4g Band 1, 23 Class Assembly 2g Spring Concert 1, 2g Exchange Assembly 23 Boxing 43 Stage Crew 13 Football Co-captain 4. JOSIE CABRAL Girls' League, Treasurer 43 Usher Club 3. 43 Letter- women 3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Christmas Pageant 13 Senior Play 43 Fashion Show 1, 2, 43 Office Staff 4. Q i ,O 50' Bbw FF' Q11 I SHIRLEY ANN CORL Girls I.vague:.GAA I. 2. 3. 4: Usher Club 3, 4: ffomniervial Club 3. 4: Tri-Y 4: News Flashes Staff 4. Exehange Eflitor -I-: Spf-eeh and Dramaties 3: Arch- bearer 3: Class Assembly 2: Girls' League Asseinblv I. 2: Fashion Show 2: Christmas Pageant I. 4: Sen- ior Play 4: Offim- Staff 3: Fillmore- If:-stixal Corona- tion I. ONIA .lLNl'1 CRUCKIYIVI' Girls' I.1-ague: UAA I. 2. 3: Chorus 3. 4: Uffiee Staff 3. 4: lfillmore- Festival Coronation 3: Christmas Pag- eant 3. 4: ffoniniervial Club 3. Sverm-tary 4: Tri-Y 3. 4: Spring Conf-4-rt 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Exehange ,Xs- -enibly 3: Fashion Show I. 2: Girls' I.eagu1- Asseinbly 4: CDO Variety Show 3: Class Assembly I: Drill T:-am 4. RURERT GEORGE RIESGO CRUZ Football 2: Rusk:-tball I. 2. 3: Baseball I. 2. 3: Letterman 3: Staff Printer 2. 3, 4. SHARON DIANE DE ARIVIOND Girls' League: CSF 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. 4: GllflTllS 32 Sealbearer 4: Tri-Y 3. 4. President 4: News Flashes Staff 4: Annual Staff 4. Co-editor 4: Class Assembly 2. 3: Pi Theta 3. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Usher Club 2. 3: Commercial Club 2. 3. 4: CDO Variety Sb0w 33 Christmas Pageant 3. 4: GAA 1, 2: Senior Play 4: Student Council 4. NJN' --Ji an-. fUm 'T f5 ff! I 301 'Ol cs-qi., QQQ WILLIAM DE IARNETTE FPA 1 2 3 4 Reporter 3 Hou e of Repre entatives I Senior Play 4 DAVID EDWIN DE LANO Junior Play 3 Choru 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Base ball 3 4 Letterman 3 4 IALAINE MARIE DEWEY Tri-Y 3. 4. Vive President 4: Commercial Club 3. 4, esicli-nt 4: fnnua fa : News Flashes . a 4: Christmas Pageant 2. 3. 4: Se-nifr Play 4: Pi T if-ta : 's er uh 3: 'ls' ague: 1. . . 2. 3: C Variety Show 3: Spanish Club 3. 4: Co-Chairman of Senior WI-ek Committee 4: Exchange Assembly 3: 's ion Show 2. 3: Cass Assembly 2, 3: Arehbearer .gf egf-.ssim .. JOYCE LED X DONIINGIQEZ lvmnn-rr'ial Club 3. : S-erf-ta 4' of House of Rr- rr-- sen ative-s 3 . o ern 'nee Qui 4: Speech ant J amaties 2: Senior Ilay 4: C iristn as lagf-ant 2. 4: ibrary Service 2. 3: Chairman of Announce-me-nt Committee 4: Fashion Show I. 2: Junior Stancl 3: Office Staff 4: Girls' League: Exchange Assembly 2. 'UD raw Q I 'ia-I ,AQ fu 'IZ' '-Mr RITA MARY GAITAN Usher Club 4g Commercial Club 43 Fashion Show 43 Girls' League. LINDA GAIL GARRISON Girls' League3 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 43 Future Teachers' Club 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Usher Club 33 Pi Theta 43 GAA 1, 23 Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 43 News Flashes Staff 4, Feature Editor 43 Class As- sembly 2. 33 CDO Variety Show 33 Exchange As- sembly 33 Senior Play 43 Ditch Day Chairman 43 Commercial Club 43 Speech and Dramatics 3. JANE GATHRIGHT GODFREY News Flashes Staff 2, 3, Feature Editor 33 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Chorus 43 Senior Play 43 Exehange Assembly 3: Fashion Show 1, 23 Class Assembly 2, 3. 43 CAA 1, 23 Christmas Pageant l, 2, 43 Girls' l.eague3 CDO Variety Show 33 Homecoming Queen 43 Drill Team 4. LOR EN N EAL GODFREY Football 1, 2, 3. 43 Basketball 13 News Flashes Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 3. Editor 43 Staff Printer 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 43 Class President 33 Class Assembly 2. 33 Student Couneil 3. 43 Variety Show 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives 43 Boxing Tournament 2, 3, 43 Exchange Assembly 3. NORMA ELIZABETH DOMINCUEZ Girls' League3 Commercial Club 3, 43 Fashion Show 1, 2g Office Staff 3. EDNA SUE ELLEDGE Commercial Club 3, 43 GAA 13 Class Play 2. 33 Fashion Show 23 Office Staff 4. LAWRENCE ESPINOZA Band 1, 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 43 Letter man 43 Class Assembly 2. CECELIA FLORES Art Club 43 ,lunior Stand 4. -ss Tri-Hi-Y 43 Class Assembly 2g CAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Fashion Show 23 Letterwoman 43 Art Service 4g PHILLIS ANGELA GRICE Girls' League. President 43 Tri-Y 3, Chaplain 33 Pi Theta 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4: Vice President of Junior Class 33 Christmas Pageant 2. 3. 43 Senior Play 43 Class Assembly 2. 33 Exchange Assembly 2. 3. 43 News Flashes Staff 4. Editorial Editor 43 CDO Variety Show 33 Girls' League Assembly 4: CSF 23 ,Iunior Stand 3, HARRY CLIFFORD HARPER Football I, 2. 3. 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3. 43 Track 1. 2, 33 Letterman 2. 3, 43 Pi Theta 3. 43 Spanish Club 3. 43 Class Favorite 1. 23 Class President 1, 43 Letterman Club Secretary 33 Student Council 1, 43 Senior Play 43 Christmas Pageant 3, 43 Archbearer 33 Class Assembly 2, 3. BARBARA SUE HENDERSON Chorus 23 Senior Play 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Tri-Y 3, 43 GAA 13 Class Assembly 23 Library Service 43 Office Practice 33 .Iunior Stands 33 Girls' League. MELBURN HOLCOMB Chorus 43 News Flashes Staff 4g Track 43 Christmas Pageant 43 Senior Play 43 Letterman 43 Transferred from Bakersfield 4. pg 77. v., Q , -..J .LA- 'WA' n-ll "San I1 J D er--r .1355 ici PATTY SUE HOLMES Re-entered School September 562 Chorus 1, 23 Usher Club 23 GAA 1, 2, 3, President 13 Girls' League, Secretary 23 Christmas Pageant 1, 23 Commercial Club 23 Exchange Assembly 1, 2, 33 Class Assembly 1, 23 Junior Stand 33 Class Representative 13 Tri-Y 1, 2. JAMES RONALD HOOPER .IV Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2g Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Letterman 3, 43 Christmas Pageant 13 Cross Country 3. MICHAEL CHADWICK HOPE Football 1, 2. 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2. 33 Track 23 Letterman 4: FFA 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 43 Class President 23 Senior Ditch Day Chairman 43 Speech and Dramatic-s 43 Class Assembly 23 Senior Play 43 Christmas Pageant 43 Student Council 23 Archbearer 33 Photography 4. .1-qv 4. -5 4 CRAIG HOWARD 1 ' Band 1, 2. 33 Usher Club 3, 4: Chorus 43 Christmas Pageant 1. 2. 3, 4. aff-fi 1 Hifi' TF 3733 A , 'mf DENNIS CHARLES KING Transferred 3. DONALD LEE KITCHENS Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Letterman 4, Hi'Y 3. 4, Chaplain 4, Christmas Pageant 4, Class Assembly 2, 3, Staff Printer 3, 4, House of Repre- sentatives 3, 4, Pi Theta 4, FFA 3, 4, Boxing 2, 3, 4. LOIS MARIE KNUTSON Girls' League, Fashion Show 2, Class Assembly 2, Senior Play 4. MARVIN L. KRUSE FFA I, 2, 3. 4, Usher Club 3, 4, Cafeteria Helper 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. WILLIAM THOMAS HUNT Football I, Basketball 3. 4. Manager 2, Baseball 4, Manager 3, Letterman 3. 4, I-'FA I, Art Club 4, Art Service 3. 4, Staff Printer 2. 3, Junior Stand Chair- man 3. DAVID RAY JACKSON Basketball 1, Projertionist I. 2, Senior Play 4. GLORIA ANN IAMES Girls' League, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Historian 4, Pi Theta 4, Usher Club 2. 3, Chorus 3, Annual Staff 4, Co- editor 4, Photography 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, GAA 2, News Flashes Staff 4, Photography Editor 4, Spanish Club 3. 4, Senior Play 4, Class Assembly 2, Fashion Show 2, Future Teachers' Club 4, Arch- bearer 3, Student Council 4. LINDA FRANCES JOHNSON Girls' League, Rep, 1, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Rep. I, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, Commercial Club 4, Usher Club 1. 2, 3, Class Assembly 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Social Committee Chairman 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Senior Play 4, Letterwoman 4. Y 1192 'lm W ,, 'Quang - 4 I -CH -al 5 -4 .45 "" .inn fa YK? 447 6 60 4-5 -st' ROBERT LEE MCCAMPBELL Transferred from Oxnard 2: Class Assembly 2. 33 Exchange Assn-inhly 3: Archhearer 3: House of Rep- resentatives 4g Senior Play 4g Hi-Y 4: Senior Week Committee Chairman 43 News Flashes Staff 4, Fea- ture Editor 43 Christmas Pageant 43 Spanish Club 4, Vice President 4. SAMUEL HENRY MCCREERY Student Counril 4: Student Rody President 43 Foot- ball 2, 33 Track 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3. 43 Banfl 1. 23 Letterman 3. 4. Secretary-Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 3. 4. President 4: Spanish Club 4: Pep Club 43 Pi Theta 3. 4: Seniur Play 43 Class Assenihly 23 :heh- hearer 3: Clare Favorite 33 Exchange Awe-nihly l. 2. 3. 4: Danctfllanrl 1. 2. 33 Christmas Pageant 4. VEDA NICKEAN Girls' Le-agur-3 Czl.-X 1: lfsher Cluh 2: Claw Asst-nilily 2: Chorus 3: S+-ninr Play 4. BETTY MARTIN Girl- I.:-agtu-3 Lhef-rlearler 2. 3. 4: ff,-XA'1. 2: f.llfVl'llN 4: fQmninf'rf'ial lfluh 3. 4: Tri-Y 4: ffnriiiitittm- uf Finanee 43 Student ffuunt-il 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Fa4hion Show 1. 2. 4: Claw .-XA-z-nihly S3 Chrixtma- Page-ant 4: Drill Team 43 Hnu-e nf Representative-9 1. fa.. 3 PHL 41-5225, ALBERT PALACIO Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 Christmas Pageant 1, 23 Exchange Assembly 23 Band 1, 23 Class As- sembly 2. SANDRA PAUL Transferred 4g Girls' Leagueg Senior Play 4. JOHN HOWARD PAYNE Transferred from Glendale 23 House of Representa- tives 23 Class Assembly 2, 33 Football 23 CSF 33 Track 3, 43 Basketball 3, 4g News Flashes 4g Hi-Y 4g Christmas Pageant 43 Senior Play 4. GARY PEARSON Senior Play 43 Staff Printer 2, 3, ROSE MARIE MEZA Girls' I.t'ilg1lll'Q Usher Club 3. 43 Christmas Pageant 2, 43 Senoir Play 43 Commercial Club 3. 43 Art Club 43 Office Staff 43 GAA I3 Chorus 43 Cafeteria Staff lg Fashion Show 23 Arehhearer 3. FRANCES NORWOOIJ MITCHELL Homecoming Princess I. 23 Class Favorite I. 2: Girls' League 1. Representative 2. Treasurer 3, Ex-officio Member 43 Class Assembly 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 2, 3. 43 Fashion Show 23 Office Staff 3: CSF: Tri-Y 3, 43 Commercial Club 3. 43 Pep Club 3. 4. Song Leader 3. 43 Student Body Vice President 4: Assembly Committee 4. RICHARD MOORE Transferred from Santa Paula 43 Senior Play 4g Social Committee 43 FFA 4. DANNY E. MORAN Chorus 43 Track 43 Baseball 43 Transferred 4. -I 'I'-14' ,4--4' -tf A S NORRIS PENNINGTON Archhearer 33 Class Vice President 2: Art Club 43 All-Night Party Chairman 43 Letterman 3. 43 Christ- mas Pageant 3. 4g Senior Play 4: Football I. 2, 3: Basketball I3 Boxing 2, 33 Hi-Y 3. 43 Track I3 I-Iouse of Representatives 3. 43 Class Assembly 3. JESSIE GERALD PRECIADO Girls' League3 Usher Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3. 43 GAA I. 2, 3, 4: Fashion Show 23 Office Staff 43 Com- mercial Club 3, 4. WILLIE MANUEL PRECIADO F00!b3ll 1. 2, 3, 42 Basketball 1, 2. 3. 43 Baseball L 2, 3, 43 Letterman 2, 3, 4g Track I, 23 FFA 3, 4, Sentinel 43 Senior Play 4. TOMMY VASQUEZ RAMIREZ Band I. 23 Basketball 1, 2g Football 1. 23 Class Treasurer 3g Pi Theta, Vice President 43 Archbearer 33 Senior Play 4. '25 'R' f' Q, ev V V i""fa" if cr::v' -., Q if 1' N., ,f ELMA LOU REYNOLDS 1-cl pas .ji Girls' League3 Usher Club 2, 3-3 Tri-Hi-Y 43 GAA 1 Office Staff 33 Senior Play 43 Christmas Pageant Speech and Dramatics 43 Class Assembly 2 Girls League Assembly 4. FRANK JAMES RIESGO Basketball I, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football I Letterman 3, 4g Class Assembly 2. LOUIS DALE ROBERTS Basketball 23 Letterman 2. 33 Football 1, 2 3 W an ager 43 Baseball 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 3 Sona Committee Chairman 43 Senior Play 43 Cla sembly 3. DAVID ROBINSON Transferred -1-3 Senior Play 4. 'Os uw? 15 AGR GILBERT sosA, JR. Baseball 13 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Exchange Assembly 2g Christmas Pageant 1, 2. 3. DARRYLLE EVERETT STAFFORD News Flashes Staff 3, 4, Exchange Editor 33 Director of Publicity 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Usher Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Pi Theta 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4g Christmas Pageant 1, 3, 4g Senior Play 43 Speech and Dramatics Plays 43 Exchange Assembly 3, 43 Variety Show 3, 43 Class Assembly 2, 33 Archbearer 33 Band 1. NONA MAE STOUT Girls' League: Usher Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 4 Treasurer 43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Art Club 43 Class Assembly 2, 3g Girls' League Assembly 1, 43 Speech and Dra- matics 4g Senior Play 4g Pajamarino Queen 4: Christ- mas Pageant 4. SHARON ANN STRICKLAND Girls' League: GAA 1, 2, 33 Commercial Club 3, Vice President 43 Senior Play 4g Christmas Pageant 3. 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3g Speech and Dramatics 43 Class Assembly 2, 3g Fashion Show 1, 2. QQ, 6 If el FRANCES ELEANOR RODRIGUEZ Girls' Leagueg Commercial Club 3. 43 GAA 1. 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3: Band 1, 3: Christmas Pageant 33 Fashion Show 23 Senior Play 4. TOM SANDOVAL Football 1: Baseball 23 Art Service 3. 43 Art Club 43 Senior Play 43 Class Assembly 3: Hi-Y 4: Parent Tea Committee Chairman 4: Class Secretary 23 Class Treasurer 4. LORETTA SCOTT Girls' League. SANDRA JEAN SMITH Transferred 33 Girls' League: Usher Club 33 Com- mercial Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4, Treasurer 43 Girls' League Assembly 43 Senior Play 43 Senior Parent Tea Chairman 43 House of Representatives 43 An- nual Staff 4. 5,41 WW' " '21 's".f was-agp 'lk f as if ' X W EIDNIONII ALLAN STLBBLEFI ELD News Flashes Staff 3. 4. Assistant Editor 4: Ls rr Club l. 2: Spanish Club 3. 4. 9:-ere-tary 4: Art C111 4: CSI" 3. 4: Se-albearer 4: Christmas Pagea f. HiwY 4: Gow-rnor's Safety Cnnff-rem-e 4: S1-nio 4: 43:10 Variety Show 3: Art Se-rviee 4: Arehbearer Assemblv Committee 4. VVANDA RAE SYVlNDLE Girls' League: Commereial Club 3: Senior Pla . ROBERT TAYLOR Football l. 2. 3. 4: Basketball l. 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4: Boxing 2. 3. 4: Letterman 3. 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Class Assembly 2. 3: Senior Play 4: Senior Class Viet- President 4: Speech Class Play 2. 3: Christmas Pag- eant 2. 3. 4: News Flashes Staff 4, Sports Editor 4: CDO Variety Show 3: Art Club 4: Art Service 3: Hfvuse of Representatives 2. 3. NIELISA LEE THOMAS Girls' League: Art Serxiee l. 2. 3: Art Club 4: Christmas Pageant 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus l. 2: Exchange Assembly 1. 3: GAA 1. 2: Class Assembly 2. 3: Girls' League Assembly 4: Tri-Y 3. geninr Class Seeretary 4: Senior Play 4: CDO Variety Show 3: Staff Printer 3. 4: Spring Cones-rt l. 2, KN as 'VN ,W er IS '."N7- FR Qg""9 I is HELEN MARJORIE THOMPSON Girls' League: GAA 1. 2. 3. 4: Commercial Club 3. 4: Tri-Y 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Class Assembly 3: Band 1: Student Body Secretary 4. Song Leader 3. 4: Junior Class Queen 3: Homecoming Princess 3: Speech and Dramatirs 4: Girls' League Assembly 4: Fashion Show 2. 3: Arc-hbearer 3: Speech Class Play 4. RACHEL TORRES Girls' League: GAA 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. Senior Representative 4: Spanish Club 3. 4. President 4: Lsher Club 2. 3, 4. President 4: Tri-Y 3. 4: Class Assembly 2: CSF 3. 4. Historian 4: Sealbearer 4: Senior Play 4: Comms-reial Club 3. 4: Christmas Pageant 4: Student Council 4: Committee of Enter- tainment 4: Assembly Committee 4. LLPE VALlJlVlA Senior Play 4: Baseball 3, 4: Armed Forces 4. CARLOTA VELA Transferred 3: Girls' League: Spanish Club 4: GAA 3: Comm:-rc-ial Club 4: Tri-Y 4: l'sher Club 3: Christ- mas Pageant 3: Speer-h and llramaties 3: F1-nior Play 4: Girls' League Assembly 4. .-it Ih- w 3 ! D 5, ,,-AQ 14' in 1 fu -+111 " unusu-1 GTV DARYL WARD Transferred from Ventura 33 Senior Play 43 FFA 3, 4, Reporter 43 Speech and Dramatics 43 Hi-Y 4. RONNEL WILLIAM WHITELEY Hi-Y 43 Speaker of the House 43 Student Council 43 FFA I. 2, Vice President 3. President 43 Annual Staff 43 Pi Theta 43 Football l. 23 Basketball I, 33 Class Assembly 2, 33 Senior Play 43 Christmas Pageant 43 Archbearer 3. WILLIAM WESTLY WINFREY Transferred from Modesto 43 Hi-Y 43 Photography 43 Senior Play 4. JOE YOUN T Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 4g Boxing 3, 43 Letterman 3, 43 House of Representatives 4g Christmas Pageant 4. TED YZAGUIRRE Letterman 2, 3, 4g Student Council 43 Committee of Athletics 43 Band I, 2, 33 Pep Club 43 Variety Show 33 Football 13 Basketball I3 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Track I, 2, 3, 4. Senior Snaps f f iw f 125 Q 'I 7-lf , I . 5 Y, J' 1, 'Q- Nz: iw .man K 5' 1 X r if Jie, in V, , K A emor Class Prophecy The year of 2000 X D flnd the member of our honorable ennor tla s elther IH the lap of luxury or the hand of the law london Dallv News report that even notorxou thleves robbed Il yd f Iendon and 1 taped wtth four rnrlhon dollar Su pected of this heinous crlme are rm leader SAXI I XUCIIIVC II'TTUfF 'NIMRFFRY and SHKRON CHLCKLING CXB ISV F De KRNIOND and thttr an of f XRIOTA VFI K ANI EIA CRICF CRAIC HOWARD IOREN CODIREY and ROW IOXIBARD Roadrunner Texa Dally D1 patch lates that bubble dancer BARBARA BUBBLES BROSH and NONK STORNIY STOUT were run out of town by cruel sherxff BILL BRING ENI BACK AIINE WINFRFY and hrs po e JINI BELATOOT COOK NIIKE TAB HOPE LAWRENCE FSPINOIX NIEL HOLCONIB TONI RANIIREZ and GILBERT BANIUELOS The re ult of the eha e wa not gtven New York 'limes report that sta e and ereen star CARY THF LOVER PEARSON and hrs ldeklcle AL KN DRAPE SHAPE IYDICK were hauled by LTIIICS as the greatest acting team mee Rm Tm Tm and Las te These two great actors are now appearing ln the great Broadway h1t 'Nloby Dxck Co starrm with them are SHARON STRICKLAND EDNA ELLEDGE JOHN P-XYNE and GILBERT BRUMMITT The Nlllkbucleet Idaho Herald reports that reslflents were shocked when leadmg cltlzens DAVID BALLINL ER ONIA CROCKETT and Mayor PETE CERVANTEZ were arrested for dl turbln the pe are lt seem thfy were marehmg down the street wearmg crazy hats and smglng When lt s Apple Blo som Tlme ln Orange New Jersey Ill Have a Peach of a Tlme Arrestmg offtcers were DAVID DELANO and JOE ALCOLAR An ad 1n the Frllmrre Herald stated that rodent extermmator BILL DEJARNETTE wa openm up h1s new place of bu mess ln the locale of Pxru Lake Hls assistants are DOROTHY BROWN and GLENDA WILKFY An adjotnmg article stated that NORRIS PENNINCTON had been appotnted to the post of clty do catcher Other po ts whtch have recently been fllled were Xlcatral Daily News tate that Warden NIARVIN KRUSE and h1s body uards GILBERT SOSA JOE YOUNT BILL HLJYT and DXVID JACKSON were held captlve 1n death row by conueted kxllers HKRRY FEARLESS HXRPER DALE THE RIPPER ROBERTS and BOB TERRIBLE TOAD TAYLOR Death row guards ROBERT CRUZ and DONNIE KITCHENS were hot 1n a gun battle followm the kldnappln The Corona Crner reeorded that HEI EN TWO TOES THONIPSON ROSEANN BOGEY BLACK and ROIlf H RI TA I AIIAN were eau ht wlule trylng, to escape They are now ln solltary eonhnement ln the new Flllmore ftty Hall Hedda Hopper column ln the Hollywood Mlrror reported that the two blond bombsbells JALAINE THE BODY DEWEY and NIICKEY LEGS JAMES were seen at the Copa Cabana w1th leadm men 'NIONTY CXRPENTER and JININIY ALINIILLO JALAINE MICKEY MONTY and JININIIE can be seen at your nearby clnema tarrxn Rubble Wlthout a Clause Men World maga1.1ne artlcle on the Mr and Nllss Santa Feltcla Beach contest re ults gladly reported that JOSIE fABRAL and DANNY NIORAN had won the much contested race Runners up were CECELIA FLORES NORNIA DOVIINGUEZ TED YZAGUIRRE and ALBERT PALACIO Rad1oTVL1fe ran a cover on SHIRLEY SADDLE PANTS CORL top Western adventure movie star Other TV greats headllned tn torles are JESSIE and WILLIANI PRESIADO slster and brother slngln team the ELWIA REYNOLDS HOUR a weekly cookmg program The Plglet Hour starring FR XNK RIESCO and TONI SANDOVAL boy bullfl hter An adverttsement ln the Natlonal fe-o raph1c NIag,aL1ne announced that ALLAN STUBBLE FIELD and WANDA SWINDLE have opened up therr new Slenderella Salon Famous beauttcxans worktng under them are LISA THONIAS RACHEL TORRES DARYL WARD and RON WHITELEY FRANCES RODRIQUEI SANI ALVAB XDO and JUDY ARUNDELL were reported by the Cattlemens Weeklv to be runnln three hundred head of Guernsey cattle on the ARUNDELL spread up Pole Creek Canyon JOYCE DONIINQUEZ nelghborlng rabblt rancher reported that her head berder BKRBARA HENDERSON and BETTY JONES lo t twenty head ln a nudmght tampede cau ed by jealous r1val LINDA JOHNSON and LUPE LEON Opera tars LOIS KNUTSON DARRYLLE STAFFORD and ROSE NIXRIE NIEL-X were bllled by Varlety as the next tn the Hall of Opera Fame BOB LIBERACE NICCANIPBELL made a ma b hlt at the Phtlharmonxc a the number one plant t The Sentor Cla s of 1937 Indeed has made an tmpre ton ot ome ort nr other on tht great world of ours O . me ' 79 I ' ' s . 1 1 . - s s ' 1 1 0 s o 11 's' 1 1' ' ' S. 1, S , " , ' , , ' .1 . .Q - 'f , 1 1 . .1 W 1 1 1 11 1 1 . ,. 1 . 1 , 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 . 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' - 11 1 11 1 11 1- s s ' ' ' s ' 's . 1 .1 ' A l s F ' K 1 ' ss' A s 1 S 1 ' Last Will and Testament IJean Aardappel lease as the forerunner of the Aardappel clan fDont laugh teachers' There are many more to comel IJIINITIX Alamlllo lease my bashfulness to my brother Tom I Joe Alcozar lease my baseball helmet to anyone sslth a blg head I Sam Alsarado lease to become US ambassador to Peru I Judy Arundell leave to my brothers that follow th1rts mmutes of concentrated 1rr1tat1on I Dasld Ballmger leave my nlckname Aggle to any person ssho IS better than me on the drums I Gllbert Leadman Banuelos leave wlth nfy Lead bucket for the publlc smelter IRose'1nn Black lease my bony legs to Susan Rogers IBarbar'1 Brush lease Mr Llttman wlthout a Spamsh 4 class I Dorothy Brossn lease F U H S to the mercy of my tsso brothers Jess and Don I Gllbert Brummltt leave my mckname Cholm any one ssho thmks he IS as handsome as me that he belongs to me I Monte Carpenter lease to become presldent of the Dogcatchers Assoclatlon I Pete Ceryantez tease EITIIIIC behmd I Glenda Cole leave to see lf I can keep up wlth that fast travelm Joe I Jun Cook lease my car It ssouldnt get me verv far anyssay I Shlrley Corl lease my mckname spurs and chrome plated shosel to Carol Mcfleynolds May she use them ssell I Oma Crockett lease my stupld laugh to Becky Sosa IBob Cruz lease my prlntlng Hllllllj to anyone who has lt I Sharon DeArmond lease my mckname Puddles to some deserslng yunlor I Blll DeJarnette lease my mckname Rat to my llttle slster Pat IDas1d DeLano leave my qulet ways to Jack Dudley IJalame Dewey leave my curly locks to Lmda Stesenson lJoyce Dommguez leave to become Mrs Robert ESC3llllll3 I Norma Dommguez leave to take the tltle away from Rachel and blacken three of her eyes I Edna Elledge leave my bulld to an undernourxshed freshman I Lawrence Espinoza leave Coach Hunt to jom the A1r Force I Cecella Flores leave my legs to Nancy and Carole I Rlta Galtan leave to Flllmore Union Hlgh School the rest of my crew I Gall Garrlson leave very shaklly wondermg what sull become of me I Jane Godfrey leave my crazy footsteps for Betty Largen to follow 1n I Loren Godfrey leave the newspaper edltorshlp to anyone who doesnt value hls llfe I Angela Grlce leave to follow my heart I Harry Harper leave TOOIIC w1th one less star I Barbara Henderson leave FUHS to the mercy of Oscar and Herman I Mel Holcomb leave all of my little green men fand womenj to Mr Mozley and Mr Ross I Pat Holmes lease thls school hopmg that Brad wlll be here someday I Ronnle Hooper leave to go llve on South Moun tam and fly away ln my fly mg saucer I Mlke Hope leave no plty on FUHS when my llttle brother Dana gets here I Cralg Howard leave ms hard earned c1v1cs grade to Coleen Taylor I Blll Hunt lease this school Wllh one less problem I I7'lXlil Jackson lease wlth no regrets I 'Nukes James lease my trusty camera and smelly darkroom to my brother Don II1nda Johnson lease surprlsed I made lt I I 7 7 Y. 7 I I I I r A ' i y , 2 1 e ' . , 7 e 1 1 l ' I I . 7 ' Y. . . 1 I 1- I . . 7 9 I Y. . . H . ,, v - . . 1 - 7 7 Y 7 ' - - 44 77 ' ' 2 7 ' 7 7 ' 7 7 r e 1 2 I ' 7 7 - L n A I I Y ' 7 7 , . , . , 7 . . 2 ' - e ' as - 77 to , 7 - ' . I, Josie Cabral. leave my disc jockey's fans knowing ' 7 I 5 . . 0 Y . 2 9 , , . . . . , . . Y 1 7 . . . I 7 7 ' s 5 I I. 7 . . Y ' 7 7 1 V Y v 7 1 1 r ' ' - ' 7 7 7 . Y l v v , 7 . L Y , ' ' ' 1 1 , , , . . . . I . , , , . 7 f I .Y ' fl e I 9 f 'V . 7 , 7 Y . . . . 7 V , y , , 7 7 ' .f - T 7 ' ' ' 1 L I- I 4- 4 L I l n Y Y ' CC 77 I 7: . A n . v t , . n ' If 77 7 Y 7 7 2 ' . f . , ' 'c I . Last Will and I, Dennis King. leave all the weird sounds on my tape recorder for next y'ear's seniors to use at their Halloween party. I, Don Kitchens. leave my dainty' little ears to some lucky' junior I Lois Knutson leave to see lf I can hitch hike to Guam to see ,lim I 'Vlaryln Kruse leave Fillmore High School to look for a higher and much needed education IHenry Larsen leave my talent of getting into trouble to next years seniors I Lupe Lein leave my place in this school to my brother jess the last of the Leons I Ron Lombard leave brother leaye I Alan Lydlck leave for Africa to join my brothers I Betty Martln leave doing my best to keep p with the Ioneses I Bob 'VIcCampbell leave the Spanish students to the mercy of A J I Sam McCreery leave ninety pounds of my excess weight to Doug Dorman I Veda McKean leave to experience new adventures I never had time for in school IRose Marie Meza leave my long fingernails to Miss Habenlcht IFrances Mitchell leave hoping that my sister IButch Moore leave giving my cowardly tactics to rat I Danny Vloran leave to get rich I Albert Palacio leave to become a millionaire I Sandra Paul leave my ability to get along with people to anyone worthy of It IIohn Payne leave my permanent seat ln Mr Biggers office to Bill Britt who will undoubtedly neec lt I Cary Pearson leaye my quiet ways to anyone able to cope with them I Norris Pennington leaye my boxing ability to my little brother Ray Ijessie Preciado leave for luxurious suburban Sundown Acres Testament fcontid l,William Preciado, leave F.U.H.S. with credentials to cross the border. I Tommy Ramirez leave F.U.H.S. but certainly not as the last Ramirez. I Elma Reynolds leave Fillmore High to my sisters that follow I Frank Rl6SgO leave this school for good as the last of the Riesgos I Punky Roberts leave finally' I David Robinson leave after too few days at good old Fillmore High I Frances Rodriguez leaye to become president of the Republic of Peru I Tom Sandoval leave hoping to forevermore keep my fingers out of power Iawnmowers I Sandra Smith leave Fillmore Union High School taking many good memories with me I Gilbert Sosa leave It will be the first t1me and I hope the last time too I Darrylle Stafford leave to each of my teachers thirty seconds of concentrated hate I Nona Stout leave Mr Nicholson alone 1n the world to find someone else to keep his desk tidy I Sharon Strickland leave and am I glad of lt' I Allan Stubblefield leave thirty of my unwanted pounds to Elaine 'VIcMaster I Wanda Swindle leave with Elvls Presley I Bob Taylor leaye thank goodness' I Ilsa Thomas leaye to find my place ln this big world I Helen Thompson leave taklng my little brother with me Sorry girls' I Rachel Torres leave to become champion of the women wrestlers I Lupe Valdlyia leave with the rest of the crew I Carlota Vela leaye my ability to laugh at boring Jokes to Nancy Brooks I Daryl Ward leaye every thing I got here lNoth1ngl I Bill Winfrey leaye my stubby pencil and this one last math problem to Vlr Cook 22 3 7 7 7 , , , . 9 Q ' . 4 p I Q v l I N 9 . 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L AN 1117112013 Jumors RICHARD PALMER A dvzsor 'Y' John on Secretary Tom Alamlllo Trea urer The class of 58 has had a good yeal as Junlors Although we havent had any more formal act1v1t1es than previous years, we have had many mformal partles and get togethers through whlch we have developed bette1 class unlty The ,Tumors have shown thelr all around abllltles thls year by havlng more A students than any other class and also by domlnatmg all varslty teams Our class scrapbook has had many lntelestlng plctures of our Junlor year added to lt The scrapbook IS a collectlon of the act1v1t1es of our class through out our hlgh school years Whlch we plan to make mto an album durlng our Senlor year Wlth the help of our very capable counselols and advlsors We rntend to follow th1S year Wlth an even better one as Senlors .lon Balden . . Z, f f . . . 'll' Jon Balden, Presrdentg Barbara Wallace, Vlce presldentg Barbara s . 3 ' , s . 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'Hun F T w-...N Fflnn 3 -3 '- 32 9359 ,Jw f .. 1- ,, 1, " A' 6:-ra: .41 Q- me 0 , kv- ' xx... , ' if , ,, I I Q ' 5 , . .4 uv 2 if rf .r S ,, X ' f 1 ' - 1 f 1 ll XT' l ff" Mkflrpz X vs, Nevelyn Carlson Paul Carrillo Madeline Carroll Sylvia Castorena James Chapin James Chessani John Chessani Larry Cotton Opal Crawford Everett Diaz Mike Donley Douglas Dorman Patsy Downey ,lack Dudley Larry Edwards Kay Eichstaedt Angie Escamilla Larry Farmer Dennis Flinn Lynn Freed Rosie Frias Cary Fullerton Glenda Fullerton Juanita Gaitan I V an 'g,+r ,"s ll z B ' if ,wr fi ' 3 R51 Connie Jimenez Barbara Johnson Darlene Laird Dick Laird Betty Largen Kristen Larsen Leroy Laskey Therese Lechler James Lee Mike Legan Barbara Lemley Kay Lemons Gilbert Lovato Eddie Mcflarey Frances McElroy Bob McGregor Elaine McMaster Carol NlcReynoIds Freddy Miller Linda Morales Richard Morales Vida Murrell Carold Muth Dee Ann Osborn f ' 1 ,A 4 2 an if N f ri 1 , ' Q ,ff 5 h .,?"i3 6T ' xi Eildlv clam lv gawk cl M ii r ' , . 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Q luv ww 'Q 1 .V a .gy A W. f Wx' 'F -f - 1 'P wrt!" ir ' A ' ' 4 PL.: 7 . ,M 'Y Q' 'mf , 1. ab' J 'gs 'I ' v 0 .V ga' I if ,im ,Q vi ,u MV' 4' , ,M .Mais i H1 ,wx A 9 Advisor MR. KNIGHT Sophomores President: NANCY BROOKS As our sophomore year at F.U.H.S. slips by, we find ourselves wondering where the time went, yet facing the future with determination to make our junior year as fulfilling and eventful as this one. The sophomores started the year out with a very successful party and dance, followed by a snow party which was enjoyed by all who attended. For every party and event the sophomores showed great enthusiasm, wonderful spirit, and the ability to work together as a class. Through the experiences we have shared together, we are promised more memorable activities in the future. We know now, with two years of high school behind us, just what our challenges are and what they will be, and are prepared to meet them in a more mature manner. We send our thanks out to our counselor, Mr. Knight, for his help and encouragement, and to the members of the sophomore class, for their wonder- ful co-operation in making our sophomore year a memorable one. Nancy Brooks ,411 If 3 M2 -P vi-pr i , . - 15 x Firft mvv: Rita lslurew. luily lin-gnry. livtty llarln-r. Pi-arl Prichard. Pam Wahl. Gail llmwn. 'xnna Nill. lllllf-4-n laylwir. liarliara Nlwralw. lun:-I 'ilvllmw-ll. Fevnnil ruw: jim Horn. Urliiv lngr-rwll. Stanlvy llarvgiian. Nl:-rvy Minh. lim:-rly Pe-Ie-rx. llc-wrly Chaney. Pat Lawrvnvc. livlialrlu Lili:-ffani. lfvrrill William-. 'lihirfl rww: lun: lfalwn. llaryl Ninth, Tom Holnie-5. Juv Sl'l'XLlIlll'l. Nlargarilu Xxila. Ralph Raniire,-L. llun W ahl. Rayrnuml l'um-i-, Charlw Nlurrcfl. llivk llviirml. First ww: Margie- live-l-cniari, Diana llunlz-r. Sum' Waring. Mary Slvpplcr, Judy Ure-vr. l.in4la Knigglit. Nui- Ywt. So-1-nriil rum: juan Nluffi-lt. flariil Nurwmul. Laura Krusr, Patxy Wilwri, ,loyrv Taylur, llc-nnix Charle'-. john lrirrrrli 'l'liir1l rf-wx Kvnneth Phillips. Frcll Young. Miki- Anim-y. llnli Smith- wivk. liivlwrl Nlwrrif. Wally Lrau-iix. lion llumle-riuiigili. llill Wintvrste-in. Franklin lvriw-. lfuiirllu row: lin-tty Nlayfie-lfl. K:-nnv-Ili Ftwul. lilfliw- lfllcin-. llwaynm- lim-arfl. Gary lfwr-mi. Rmlge-1' l"r'ali1'e, lilll llf'Il4lf'TgI'2l'-. Kaynwnfl IN-rw. john Fvulw. Larry Uun-I. B u 1 I 4- ,x fi 4441 -- X Q11 is K K First row: Martha Whire, Susan Knight, Elaine Campbell, Reba Renfro, Greta Goins, Dixie Fuller, Lavonne Goines, Carol Antonsen, Carol Steele, Madeline Jacobe. Second row: Jerry McKitchen, ,lim Edwards, Glenna Brooks, Nancy Brooks, Joyce Decker, Mary Gonzales. Linda Reyes, Emely Real, Charles Crandall, Rodney Brummitt. Third row: Don Douglas, Jerry Clevenger. Ralph Alcoser, George Frias, Maurice Meza, ,less Cabral. ophomores First row: Helen Preeiado, Helen Tovar, Linda Burke, Patsy Campbell, Mary Shipley, Glenda Gregory, Marlene Easterwood, Shirley Hooper, Glenda Fanning. Second row: Rodger Shaw, Orville Neal, Ann Salsbury, Diana Thomason, Emely Real, Ysmail Casas, Bill Bailey, Roy Daiz. Third row: Don Armstrong, Larre Brown, Paul Gurrola, Ronnie Riesgo, Charles Blagg, Jim Arundell, Raymond Ramirez. Q an ,, 4' 2, ' I G P iw ' 1' " I I ly.. 'rr 4 1 vi' 4. 'V f 6 To ri M A L, C if , X ef, f' 1 . B e I .ss tw ,......-W., .X ,J e Old and 'N A the New 4 ' L 1 I rx ,:' ,ffl 10 ' 4 ' I 2 1 S I .5-A A cs' n 5 1 K' I u4, 1 nz, it asf! S 4,-f f f D' KX X ,' 'f . mix? h wifi' -.x it .-'J5'l' ' '1'A- 1 v "L", 1 , -xnf. 4.5! nf 'v fg ,Niiv I Tig -fl. s.. ?f 'Y 4 zz' ' , Mcryy-rkixs . V ff l .,n' X ' P 'Q 'P s 1 ' 4 Q x . 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N' '71 YW, .NZ 1 if WJ' X4 ff" ,wr OFFICERS Charles Merrlll presldent Bob Walden secretary Bob Hayes vlce presldent 'Vlary Ellen Vxctorla treasurer Durlng our flrst year m H1gh School our class has had many act1v1t1es w1th whlch we trled to establlsh class unltx by brmgmg the students closer together soclally Among the flrst was the cleaning of the F , After the cleaning lt looked so good that lt could be seen from mlles away We had the pr1v1lege of bemg the flrst freshman class to hold IIS own dance thanks to our parents who sponsored and helped plan the affalr as well as other functrons throughout the year much appreclatlon goes to them for thelr co operatlon Another well attended 3Cl1Vlly enjoyed by all was the ICC skatlng party A very blg hlt wlth all the students was the freshman class beach party at Carpenterla The class of 1960 IS the largest to be enrolled m Fillmore Hlgh School and we hope to make lt the best durlng the commg years In the future we plan to contmue emphaslzmg attitudes of good sportsmanshlp and school sprrlt among the students at Fxllmore Umon Hugh School Scholastlc achlexement IS also one of our lmportant goals Many of our students are worklng hard to Illalfltaln thelr grades, reahzlng the lmportance of a good educatlon to a happy and successful llfe Thls has certamly been a most enjoyable and profltable year for us, but we are looking eagerly forward to even more successful ones to come Charles Merrlll, presldent s X. f,..va:',,,u' 'iffy 'K ki . , . xiufvff 1 ,W 4,,, 1 H X , ,- J ,. . KV xl My X , . 3' fl e e Q , , 1 ht - A i , M if l A ' ' WW' i Vw , f- Q. g ra . 7' iii- t 1" ,QL ,lf S- - M 0. 5 .l 3 . ' . 3 , I l , . . . . V . . , . - ca 9 . . 5 7 Q . . . - . . Freshmen :M an 'J 1 Q . -u Firxt rms: lhllnre-5 Svliif-fi-ri:-. llnriniv .-Xlwxar. Ruby Rohinwri, Carnal slurtlzippvl. Mary lfllvn Yivtririu. llraw- P+-niiingtnri. juliv Bigzgivr, Xlurtha Fanflvr. Cliarluttr- Lviiilvy, Nlargzarc-t Graham gl'1'4IIlll row: Hill R:-vel. Waltvr Clagrlm-. Stanley Stafford. Judy Aslircln. Olixia ffhnatf-, Lour-lla jarkxnii. limb Wahl:-n. je-rr3 fluwarif. liill Fhir-l4ls. 'lihirrl row: P1-te-r Cm-rt. Ralph R1-yi-S. Dun Ftaml riflgv. lmtuii Smith, lluxiel liuriic-Q. Bill Wilxmi. Larry Stuck:-r. flenfi Chapin, Richard Collins lfnurtli rms: Waltvr Klux. llnn .lgzuirrrz Hirliurtl Thunipmn. liill Uvwe-y, Franklin Orr. Clinton .Xriii-truiigx. I-'irfl nm: Hlfii-fl llfiimf. l.ilIian liaitan, liarhara Moral'-s. Sue- Half-. Earls-nv Grace. Donna William-. Nan:-y Hastings. Suxan Ziiiimf-rnian. Second row: LUIN' Cervantvz. Linda Mock, jack Huwtuii. llarrf-ll Cro'-xw-ll. Larry Yount. llanivl Blarostica. Cf-ne Hunt. Betty Miller, Donna Fanning. Thirfl row: Rim-harfl Homf-ro. Stew-n Reyes, Carlan Lemons, ,less Brown, Charles Tripp, Jamef Hfmzvll. William 'IN-ft, Ftf-win Knutsffn. Z 5,4 Ni. 4 'Fw - -Q -- ,, 11. Q - f, fx ef hy 7 - ..,. -Ji' ' ..' ,!.,,tf i img l'ir-t rms: ,Iuyc-r liz-yriolil-. Lynda Wriglit. Sandra Nlftrw-ry. l"lui'vi1Ce' l.uthe-r. Kathy Stn-pplvr. Paula l,L1lIIlf'f. Karvn Nlaxm-ll. Bwrky l.1-gun. Marjorie- Nlajor. Se-cuncl row: Danny Huntvr. Scot Vizule. lfilgerif- lll'21I'1lt'Il. llre-nnla P4'LlI'44lIl. Susie Perri. lihurlottc- Elkins. l.illiz1n Caitan. Rvggiv Ruiz. Rmlney Ruhiriwni. Third rflwz Uurnvr Puol, Burl Wvmiiavk. Johnny Myvrs. Charles Morrill, limi Nlyvrs. Huh Hayvs. ilulin Talvnt. Fhmfr Hodge. ,Ivrry Pritvllartl. Fourth row: Chuy Poncv. Jon- Council. Danny Carrillw. Cliarlvs liurks. Michael Fvhivlil. Freshmen hint rms. Sharron N4-wmaii. Famlru Wil-nu. llc-ltx lmirummitt. lsuxrvm- ll:-zirrv. lliunt- llwtvr. Nora fllliillllllll. :Xnmf Clrvg1ury..luy4'e- Hutvhina Nlurgzarvt Yahlixiu. S4'1Y'UINl row: .'Xrl1vw4-z-ri Uliwr, N larv ,llH'liNllIl. Sharon llyvruft. ,lwXmi 'llmiisi-intl, l.iri1lu li2lIl1l!'l'l. ,lulizi l'rv1'iu1lu. Nlury Ruiz. Nlury Tnrrt-5, Kiwis- piiilzl. Nlilliv Paliiie-r, 'l'hir4l row: Ray l,t'Ill1illQ1l0Il. Petvr Ruud. Danny ,laculug Vlllllllllly ffnwana .lunuw lluxiwri. lluiiny lie-llran. Larrs .lZl1'liSllIL John Scantliii. Fourth row: T1-rry W in--t. Rmlnvy Hvlwl. l.ui- Ylvarru. fllvn wvmullvy. i if-L. rf ,J J sk . . First row: Mary Phillips, Donna Dungan. Patsy Dejarnette, Frances Alamillo, Virginia Chavez, Rosie Avila. Antonio Jaurez, Angela Grande, Eugene Wilson, Chuck Wiley. Second row: Allen Canada. John Zermano. john Hardison, Felipe Quezada, Eldon Collins, Reggie Riaz, Jose Casas, George Searcy. James Neal. Bill Garland. Bill Suvia. Third row: Victor Yzaquirre. John Renolleno. Ramon Ayala, Ronnie Zimmerman, Art Dawson, Kenton Knight, Gerald Parris, Jerry Crockett, Rolfe-rt Nlattf-son. Eig'lz Zlz Grade MGS you mm 19 ds .4 SMS 'M me PLN L numb cnnvl5 5 ' ,if QWQWW Y V M.- M, .-if an M""" K P' , .., A , 7' 4, 9 f AU E-'ni WWW, V, ' I 1 N' W WWA V 5 ,gif ff v '- A., 1 Q HA A4 Q -sr - ' NK' 4 . ar , k up 'E , H gr A. i .galv- 'fanl' . A OFFICERS-Mrs. Nlauer, advisor, Carol Morris, secretary, Floyd Merril, vice president, Garry Aardappel. president. Ei lfhlh Grade First row: Marla Brewer. Sue Ballinger, Johnnie Benson, Gary Aardappel, Tom Arnett, Calvin Beeghly. Second row: Ruth Bragg, Max Alverdi, Carol Baher, Bob Bailey, Karen Baldwin, Armida Alvarado, Paul Bricher. Third row: Leonard Boynton, Lyndel Anderson, Bob Beall, Connie Black, Marilyn Barnes, Cary Beckman, Tony Aguirre, Kathryn Burks. s Q A , , b --vwv, U 5" -nv--f x 5 f , W W ,ZF Wyw 1,4 any 5' as vm-wk M,..,.wo-fp MM Wm ,ffm ,wmv fwfmnx ' , 'M H ... 7 , A ' if I A FL P, ,. I? 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'f ' Q ' A bv 'I-at VI ' 1- 9-wav, , 4 w "dw 'Q' aa, JA: hL5,,,,..., ,.... ' " 'i ' , ,, f . ' i 3 1 xl' 51 1 . N, , K, 1 'V 5, ' J ,A ' I , , ' . 1 ,, . Hx , .. f 9,1 4, , M ,, . . 6 ' A . . 4 " '5 Sezrerztlz Grade CC we-mpg, as I M A 4 OFFICERS-Don Main, presidentg Jane 0'Banion, Vice Preside-ntg Caron Case, Socretaryg Miss Fremlin, Advisor. Hia . if ,f ,L 411' f . fa eventh Grade First row: Nlickvy Brakken. je-ssv Broughton, Jimmy Avancv. Second row: Billy Aulich, Dennis Bartf-ls. Rolwrta Anclrino, Don Bc-rrington. Lydia Adams, Frank Boblc-lt, Larry Bailey. Third row: Maria Bs-llouinini, Billy Bn-we-r, Billy Alrrosc-r, Connie Ayala. Wynne Ball, Charles Anderson, Bob Bigzham, Barbara Brooks. Fourth row: L1-on Banta, Bob Anderson, John Arundell, Raymond Alverdi, James Armstrong. Larry Antonsen, Colin Blankenship, Gerald Ballard. R hi I gn'-u,- V -' Pu sT'A"TZ"W ' M 45.57 , H i .ef , 1 First row: Eva Coliurn, Tolmie Drown, 'Nlaria Diaz. Second row: Karen Donnelly, Sherman Durham, Cherryl Dungan, Karen Dunst, Sherley Cowans, Claudine Davis. Third row: Sandra Dodd, Ralph Coert, Tory Cervantez, Ceven Dudley, Gloria Casas, jimmy Burson, joan Croekelt. Fourth row: Bob Deeler, ,lim Dunehew, Cecil Decker, Steven Df-Soto, Joyce Cook, Don lirown. Caron Case, Donna Dc-Fewr. Ronald Chroman. First row: Natalie Gaitan, Flydia Golson, Fvelyn Gonzalez, Second row: Cheryl Fc-lsenthal, Patty Fwerson, Veroniea Grande, 'Nlary Gregory, lrene Gareia, Josephine llernantlel. Third row: Mary Graham, W'illard llarper, Ronald Godfrey, lioliby Fllsworth, llolilmy Gooden, Mike Hale, Wayne Fore, Clifton Faulkner. Fourth row: Hugh Godard, Carl Hardin, Janet Ford, Donna Hanna, Judith Goode-nougzh, ,Iohn Hackler. Mike Hastings. Carlos Gonzalez, Claudia Harhison. Q Z.-f A' .,..-,- ..""t'..5.fi ,L f--1, 5-.5 X -1--n 1 ,s. if. V i nay , s. 3 xi W' Firft row: Hoge-r Westerhr-rg. Orville Fanner. Jimmy Torres, Janice Wilson, John Yount, Robert Wiley. Second row: Eddie Yharra, Connie Vega, Allie Tarver, Sandra Vaughn, James Thomas, Ronald Wilwn. Jr-rry Tucker. Third row: Curtis Wands, Marla Thomason. Kathy Wagner, Phillip Young. Ke-nm-th Yount. Randy Wade. Phillip Tovar. Sharon Stewart. Howard Wanrls. First row: lfvn-lyii Croc-n. fiarlvefn Javkson. Gloria Rive-ra. llhaillv Has-1-y, Martha Pritvhard. Nlargrare-t King. Sw-ond row: Janie 0'Baninn. Paula Miller. Shirley Martin. Nadine Norton. Connie Yivhol' Tvrrv Nlvara Third row Colman Nlalf Cary Nlaior Klex xlllflfbl Danny Nlffrs. Fourth row: Arthur Munoz. Doug Myers. X 'wi' 2 . ' 1 4' 4 5 T' ,- A '38 Q my 1 i r + MW , f :Q ,I k sf. , hm " 1 ' is , 1- ' . Ni 'YR ,, ...ui Mwk. I X 8 ,v . , ww' 4 9 'iam-w" WM dw .WL ,i A, iii 'SZ' au- 'Vp 184: ' Zu ': -. f- -, , aff, lf rf'Z'v ,4 - r -Q:?'s , 'if' 7' "'rl-'v5- r 4- ai' 'Iii A' IV V Pig-A 1' ., va Aflac ., we qfafhmyf , V . A A , !,1'K,i:3-L , 'A L . fl' xc2"'piJ 'Qui 1 x 'H-. 4 55, 41 a .W pn ,y Y . we . Li: Bl I D 1 ef ,W A s hpngv, YQ 4 '- 11,111 5 ' 5, LX, !"s .J :"i"' fu Xl, r , ' ., ."- ' ' Q 9, ' s X wx .J Svais u xv JA B 0 . s MICKEY JAMES C0-Editors SHARON DE ARMOND Annual IG, fYfG 1 . SEN: GILBERT BANUELOS SHIRLEY CORL JALAINE DEWEY Layout Edilvf Copy Editor Feature Editor SANDRA SMITH Copy Edztor RON WHITELEY NIR CHARLES NIOZLEH NIR ANDREW ROSS Busmess Manager Adusor Photography R I f r H x FILLMORE UNION HIGH SCHOOL New Flas es I Fillmore, California February 21, 1957 . DUMP had extend " five and thev give One and , -Wen bOdf' rey. Roy Dia' , Harper, gradilffg Charles, gracffi? there are not . i as there w- ' these people wil addition to th there were eleven old members grade twelve A grade twelve, Fra ade ten Allan Stul ade twelve, Peggy' Pa ade eleven Kay E grade eleven, Sharon , grade twelve, Nax grade ten, Larry, 1 grade eleven, D6ug Dc ade eleven, and Jean Aa grade twelve. e of the CSF want t - ' ' f a our ' a very warm welcome to of the dance' get your dates ..-nv .-nn,-nhnra AA..- A.. Ano -..A L-.,- .. i,-n the grades came 0 , r U io , , annual staf nn Ffmor' rst quart W LMP l Tl . - chairvrf' ' Bell! 4 3 ues, 'Yhirx XFN' -.Wu by HMI - considered F, - --10Sf' ' mme to Fium. -:ve rget kids L valid minutes long and wi FLASHES FACE GUUGARS TUNIGH , ll In ' ' " . , By Monte Carpenter By John Payne QFUIQ , ,man xslulilfl"iii.i?x'. vomgm the Flashes win Flashes met the I Ramp, ,lliitirlidnorz ,lii6IilXmwn,i, Ventura .to talie on thc Cardinals last Friday .rp - Y K1 ag Garrison. when Q,.?1uYiVwN,- Shawn Axvarado, Sf This will be t e secofiq emerged victorious bv . my K-dilqfl 1 'Hub yir-t,aimM1 Jaiaiiw V' MMD. raw A Damille 01' Yh6S9 'f9aIT1S- Ear YA Cards 61-A0 "" Grifv. cdiwu N esliwf' Nur. Serena T,-nge. Dorm! W Qafprmef' OH the F1aShEf-S dE!fQ3tQ COl'1t6St Qgalell: -xnjlixi. Loren YQrkrlfiii'.ext-liaixiltiiqggk Glenda 343, 'YaYl0T- Mon l1Q5J6kil'S, for HV' t t11'I'1Gi . . e K Q, 10 . 1 i a u 0 ' Wann ' aww. i ' NJ top vgglh assiilaxm, ,.diiori.l,lff::i L.-Clilvh Piilkombl juhu P . m t ...:.'.aen1orW the mq - rx' la ' fr-n. lllflb ,wg Mel "rf e Ventlui roved f Off to yi key 3' tl w. 81 N , F . ahead at ti Stxaiiiord. Nlr. VON' if' in MMF tamgt end of the 1 ' .tern L"eatr" a ' una asembly, A A .J-fach party and a trip to Disneyland. Corl, Joe Alcrwf lstions. Me Stions will ier membe 'JDENTS R MED FO , , X BY Bob Mei on February G Amy 'X to give' an Ulm 0 -oi all Junior ax --Lv and girls. This test, real trout oc a C 635C ei .W resfival 7 ' By Bob McCampbell On February 28, the Music Festival will be held 1 more. Fillmore will host The members on this committee 47K ts from Ojai, that are going all out to rrf' bkggeld Hg Santa Paulaf this the most exciting P Aryan Stub du sim, rehearsg that the senior' t Editor, K ve -nav 1 h in on enced are5Bl Assiswfl 1' ,Rial , ncert- Crockett, Lisa ,Minas ' . 35,5 M-0xima1 A ' 'al talei Ron Loml ' hel i and Gary ' the dg It was d mittee shoul divid D decide de hsistj 8l'lC Nfl, iel 'aLlV6' an educated person is V32-1dbl6 to the Armed. For s N PRINTERS Lifa Thomae Eve-rf-It Diaz Lnrrn Coflfrvy Bob Villanueva David Ballanger Robe-rt Cruz Monte' Carpenter Mr. Ree- Don Kitchvnf FICERS-Mickey James, historian, Lisa Thomas. Treasurer, Gail Garrison. secretary, Sharon Armond. president, Jalaine Dewey. vice president, Jean Aardappel. Chaplain. First row: Oma Crockett. Jalaine Dewey, Barbara Suttle, Barbara Gregory, Kristen Larsen, Helen Thompson, Linda Johnson. Gail Garrison, Shirley Corl, Beckey Sosa, Ella Bragg, Darlene Laird, Miss Albright. Second row: Elma Reynolds, Jean Aardappel, Sharon DeArmond, Betty Jones, Barbara Johnson, Patty Whitehurst, Linda Stevenson, Peggy Padelford, Frances Mitchell, Judy Arundell, Lisa Thomas. Third row: Therese Lechler, Betty Largen, Sharon Hughes, .Janeen Wilson, Nevelyn Carlson, Anita Ballard, Patsy Reynolds, Carlota Vela, Barbara Brosh, Nona Stout, Cecelia Flores. Fourth row: Madeline Carrol, Barbara Henderson, Rita Butler, Josie Cabral, Lupe Leon, Rachel Torres, Kay Lemons, Patsy Downey. Deana Yeargen, Linda Allen. Fifth row: Stephanie Rowe, Stephanie Godard, Barbara Lemley, Janice Ballinger, Ruth Beard, Elaine McMasters, Susan Rogers, Linda Wileman, Barbara Wallace, Mickey James. ad if :J J J' -va all -r 1 ap , 'Q V 'S 'L s 4 'X' .31 1 ',x r if J L sk I 1 ,J 0 T 'A 2 I ' ' 1.4 ' s -.3 Tri-Hi-Y ir- e the X. sf N-x . ,NP V1 . xy I" -1 "C l H L-Y ., Y 1 is-f nag., OFFICERS: Gilbert Brummitt, vice president: Allen Lydick, sergeant-at-arms: Loren Godfrey, secretary-treasurer, Don Kitch- ens, chaplain, Sam McCreery, president. First row: Wayne Sampson, Jim Wilson, Russell Goodenough, Larry Edwards, Bill Winfrey Second row: Harry Harper, Gilbert Banuelos, Don Kitchens, Loren Godfrey, Sam McCreery Allan Lydick, Gilbert Brummitt. Third row: Dick Palmer, Adrian Sanchez, Bob McCampbell Henry Larsen, Norris Pennington, Tom Sandoval, Jim Cook, Gary Fullerton, Jon Balden, Mr Rees, Doug Dorman, John Payne, Ron Whiteley, Darrylle Stafford, Allan Stubblefield, Bob Taylor vllif' If K fe .V f California cholarship 'fa as W or .,' 24,1 X 1 5, f F K ,of f Firt row: Kay Eichsteadt, Peggy Padelford, Sharon DeArmond Rachel Torre Second row Laura Kruz. Jeanie Wilson, Margie Beekman, Nancy Brook Jean -Xardappel Angela Grice Third row: Allan Stubblefield, Bob McGregor, Adrian Sanchez Row Diaz Ru sel Goodenough Doug Dorman. Fourth row: Frank Romero. Jim Chapin. Tom Cowan Larry Edward Loren Godfrey. .lon Balden. L -va Phi Theta OFFICERS-Toni Rameriez. vice presi- dent: Angela Crice. secretary-treasurerg Jim Cook. president. Seated: Tom Burke, Dick Palmer, Adrian Sanchez, Lowell Boynten, Gary Fullerton, Russell Coodenough, Wayne Sampson, Jim Chapin, Frank Romero, 'Kay Eichsteadt, Glenda Fullerton, Darrylle Stafford, ,lean Aardappel. Angela Grice, Jalaine Dewey, Mickey James. Standing: Doug Dorman, ,Ion Balden, Larry Edwards, Ron Whiteley, Bob McGregor, ,lim Cook, Sam McCreery, Call Garrison, Roseann Black, Jim Wilson, Harry Harper, Tom Rameriz, Don Kitchens, Miss Hansen. f er 751 4 V 'Q ir 11, g i x f f p - 1 j' , if Girls, League Board Becky Sosa, junior representativeg Karen Maxwell, fresh man representative. Standing: Frances Mitchel, ex-officiog Jeanie Wilson, Vice presidentg Josie Cabral, treasurerg Linda Johnson, senior representativeg Mary Ann Renteria, sophomore representativeg Miss Amy Smith, advisor. Seated: Barbara Suttle, secretaryg Angela Grice, presidentg D. A.R D. A. R. Representative JEAN AARDAPPEL "-if i 41,- .wuue - M -,ww 6-W..- -.......- .......- .M ,J-Q' ' ,.'f 'K 'L fi Future Teachers, Club Seated: Linda Johnson, President. Standing: jim Lee, Treasurer, Gail Garrison, Vice Presidentg Kay Eich- staedt. Secretary. Ama. . ..,,, . . . First row: Mr. Hunt, Advisor, Nevelyn Carlson, Barbara Brosh. Elaine Nlcfllaster, Carole Norwood, Linda Johnson. Second row: Ursula Rowe, Barbara Johnson, Linda Allen, Gail Garrison, Joan Moffet, Kay Eichstaedt, Mickey James. Third row: Craig Howard, Jim Lee. Wally Cravens. Offlcers 58 ll ll A-ri' Art lub 'lil Seated: Norris Pennington. Judy Arundell. Allan Stuhlnlflfif-ld. Lisa Thomas, Linda Alle-n, Standing: Eddie Garner. Bill Hunt. Tom Sandoval. Cf-Cr-lia Flores, Betty Largen. Ross-ann Black. Rosemarie Meza, Mr. Nichol- son. Hz-lon Tovar, Gilbert Banuelos. Nona Stout. and Don Wahl. Judy Arunflell. presidentg Allan Stub- blefield. vice presidentg Lisa Thomas, secretary. L.: -..tl tix - First row: Helen Thompson, Frances Mitchel, Barbara Wallace. Second row: Nancy Brooks, Kay Eichstaedt. Barbara Suttlc, Sue Vest. Dorothy fVl0ralPs. Standing: Sam Nlcflrecry. Ted Yzaguire. Seated: Mr. Bigger, Rachel Torn-s. Miss Smith. Standing: Barbara Suttle, Allan Stuhhlefif-ld, Judy Arundell, Sam McCrccry, Fran- ces Mitchel, and Betty Jones. Corn 'nittee 1 y Fit cw-16 is-' 1' Commercial Club OFFICERS-Seated: ,lalaine Dewey, preside-nt: Oma Crovkf-tt. secrvtary. Standing: Sharon Strickland. vim- presitlffntg Roseann Black. trvasurvr. 'fb-. '-.3 Xlfk tt, -'-123. it Y- Q 41 5 nm Frt nm NI Haheinimht Jutlw Xrunmlill Frame Nlitche-ll Uma Crockett ,lalaint Dawn S liarun Strickland Helen Thomp on Bfckv 50 a Rachel Torre Iupe Lmn France Rodriguez Rn fmarie Nlwa Ntlflflcl rum Nhirlu lurl fail farrlwon Iimla John on Janeen Wil on Pc-'bay P l If an urd ,logic faliral Norma Dmnin url juwm lJOI1llIll..l1i"l Rita 1 aitan llhird row Betty .lnnek riara 1 ra ll y l tl Ntnwn Jn Ni an 0 er liar :ara Su i Sharon ubic-S farol Nh iynolcl I ua fa orena , ary Ld uirre. our 1 ru . Ella raf,. Anita Ballard, Nfwvlyn far . 'r tara "1 'er. .' 'mm rinuit. iw- n .r - 1' nw , Ia it ' M-la, llarliar' l rn. .i- ' M 1 w: 4-' 1 4 y . ' 1'1't- ' in,,t-r, lftlna lfllvrl 1- Dorthy llrn ' . llunni ' , iminvz. Sixth row: latty White-l1ur.t. lgiifllilfll Julinon. Ili-anna Ye'ar,.an. Barllara Wallac'e', 'y lm-rnons. latsy Rf-ynoltls. Row Marif' 5 to. panish Club UI-'FlCIERS: Bula Nlvifarriplie-ll, vice preside-nt: Allan Stuhhlvfivld, sf-crf-taryg Ravhvl Torres, pre-sirlvnt: Nona Stout. trvasurrr. av aff it' 50 f balm Z First nm: Nlafielinf- flarrnll. Rufrann Black. Ravhe-I Torres. Ivan Aarflappel. Sharon DeArmund, lilrnda Fullvrton. I.in1ia St:-wn-un. liarhara juhnfun. Jalaine llf-wvy, Micke-y Jamrs. Src-find row: l'r-ula Rowe, Carlma Yr-la. Barbara Brush. Nona Smut. Peggy Padelfurd. Kay Eichstac-dt. Gail fiarri'-on. Linda Johnson. 'fhirnl ruw: Iwruy Lasky. Russel Cmnlrnough, .lim Watson. Fam HC- Crw-ry. Gary Fullvrtun. Huh Mcflarriphe-ll. Darryllf- Stafford. Fourth row: Marshall Jacohe, Adrian Fanchwz, Jam-k Cate-P. Turn Burkr. Larry Edwarrla, Doug Dorman. Fifth row: W'aynf' Sampson. Lowell Boynton. Dick Palmer. and Bob Nltflregrir. 'fir 'rr Usher Club OFFICERS: Deana Yeargen. secretary vice president. First row: Beckey Sosa. Linda Stevenson, Susan Rogers, Nora O'Banion, Carol Aardappel, Mary Ylrarra. Mary Yzagiurre, Mary Ellen Victoria, Janice Ballinger. Second row: Patty Whitehurst, Linda Allen, Deana Yeargen, Eleanor McKitchens, Shirley Corl, Julie Bigger, Martha Fansler, Ruth Beard, Darlene Laird. Third row: Barbara Johnson, Nevelyn Carlson, Anita Ballard, Linda Knight. Stephanie Godard. Pamela Wahl, Barbara Lemley. Linda Wileman, Kristen Larsen. Fourth row: Ursula Rowe. Rachel Torres, Lupe Leon, Margie Beekman, Joann Moffet, Mercy Rios, Delphina Rangel. Fifth row: Mike Atmore, Ed Hodge, Charles Crandall, Sylvia Castorena, Mary Ann Steppler, Linda Burke, Rosemarie Soto. Sixth row: Darrylle Stafford, Connie Jimenez, Rosie Frias, Jessie Preciado. 5 l Rachel Torres, president, Susan Rogers .1 F.F.A OFFICERS: Bob Talent, treasurer, Ron Whiteley, president, Lynn Freed, vice president, Mike Hope, secretary: Daryl Ward, reporterg William Precia- do, sentinel. First row: Peter Coert, Larry Yount, Clinton Armstrong, Darrell Cresswell, Eugene Wilson, Mike Ame-y, Ralph Reyes. Second row: Don Aguirre, jack Howton, Jerry Pritchard, Bill Dejarnette, Elrlen Collins, Billy Mayfield, Garner Pool. Third row: Ramon Ayala, Ronnie Colson, Ed Elkins, Ron Standridge. Dick Penrod, Diek Warring. Fourth row: Tom Eaton, Daryl Muth, Bob Talent, Roy Grover, Charles Murrell, Mike Hope, Ron Whiteley, Marvin Cruz, Daryl Ward, Bob Southwick. Chorus Band i?""'i'5 ,XI A 1"l',3w 15 I S-.-.. ff' fo ff I iilint, 'S -f an 1 ! is s -Lf' Y-1-g F.:-9-Q we .,1", iwi vi ' IJ" ."' ,f' -. F 1 'ASD -my . '1."' KAN' aflR: I lxX .- W Varsity Football Coaches SIMMONS, LARRY SULLIVAN I7 Tramem and 'Vlanager Paul farnllo Monte Carpenter Jumor Cardona ept. Sept. c . c . c . Oc . C0 Captams Gllbert Brummxtt W11 ham Preclado -Nordhoff at Nordhoff 14-2 -El Segundo at El Segundo 6-2 7-Arroyo Grande at Home 13-26 -Mornings'de at Morningside 6-14- -Oxnard at Oxnard 6-32 26-Hart at Home 12-O NOV- 2vVentura at Home 0-26 Nov. 9-Santa Paula at Santa Paula 6-19 in ,, . 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Second row: Junior Cardona, Leroy Lasky, Adrian Sanchez, Joe Yount, Bob Hayes, Ted Yzaguirre. Third row: Ken Stout, Danny Moran, Charles Merrill, John Balden, Denny Flinn, Bill Britt. Fourth row: Dick Penrod, Victor Yzaguirre, John Renolleno, Carlan Lemmons. Danny Hunter, Jack Howton, Dick Laird. Fifth row: Art Dawson, Rudy Reyes, Rodney Robinson. Darryle Cresswell, Ron Standridge, Allen Canada, Elden Collins, Glen Wooley. Sixth row: Walter Cox, Louis Hill, Mike Amey, Ronny Zimmerman, Larry Stocker, Dan Marostica. Seventh row: Scott Wade, Dave Robinson, Bill Suvia, Larry Yount, Art Preciado. Eighth row: Mr. Cook, Larry Cotton, Richard Thompson, Gilbert Banuelos, Raymond Pennington, Rodney Brummitt, Mr. Hunt. Cross Country First row: Dave Robinson, John Ford, Joe Yount, Richard Thompson, Luis Crandall, Walter Cox. Second row: Mr. Hunt, Victor Yzaguirre, Henry Larsen, Leroy Lasky, Lee Hamond, Ted Yzaguirre, Lawrence Espenoza. wmv-lp'lIQ L i 1 'R 1-n wp Boxing ae ,L if . ' ' In Vg,m,fV3,f. n Q, AA,A g, 'f X if '31 in Q A , . f.-Q5 . V , ff gviifgi 1 -A H533 '--' if Com-h: ED SIMMONS Jak-,......! L ........, First row: Coach Ed Simmons, Elmer Hodge, Lynn Freed. Dick Laird, David Ballinger, Harry Harper, Daryl Muth. Stanley Paragien. Orbie Ingersol, Ronald Colson, Mike Hope, Manager Kenton Knight. Second row: Manager Monte Carpenter, John Ford, Gilbert Brummitt, Bob Taylor, Dale Roberts, Joe Yount, Rudy Reyes, Ysmail Casas, Roy Little. Carold Muth, LeRoy Lasky, Don Kitchens, Manager Lyndel Anderson. 0 +l.j Lettermen - John Chessani vice president. First row: ,lim Chessani, Ted Yzaguirre, Richard Morales. Denny Flinn, Mike Legan, Leroy Laskey. Second row: Bob McGregor, Dick Palmer, Albert Palacio, ,Ioe Alcozar, Gilbert Brum- mitt, Marshall Jacobe. Third row: Pete Cervantez, Harry Harper, Russ Goodenough, Doug Dorman, William Preciado, Joe Yount. Fourth row: Lawrence Espinoza. Gilbert Sosa. Bob Vilanueva, Reynaldo Chessani, Carroll Beard, Dale Thompson. Fifth row: Mike Hope, Frank Riesgo, ,lim Alamillo, Norris Pennington, Monte Carpenter. Sixth row: Tom Alamillo, John Chessani. Bob Taylor, Bill Hunt, and Donnie Kitchens. Ted Yzaguirre, presidentg Joe ' ' ' Y ount, sergeant-at-arms, Sam NlcCreery, secretary - treasurer G. A. A. Advisor: MISS GILBERT OFFICERS: Roseann Black, vice president, Miss Gilbert, advisorg Kay Eichstaedt, presidentg Carol McReynolds. sports managerg Susan Rogers, Junior rep.g Glenda Fullerton, treasurerg Pat Whitehurst, secretary, Rachel Torres, Senior rep., Barbara Johnson, social chairman, Nancy Brooks, Sophomore rep., Sandra McCreery, Freshman rep., Mary Ybarra, recording secretary. - I f. VVft, , ' 0, . ' ,f L " ,.,f , H ,, U 'L First row: Lupe l.eon, Becky Sosa, Rosie Frias, Cecilia Flores, Mary Ybarra, Yvonne Tucker, Pamela Wahl. Second row: Linda Stevenson, Frances Rodriquez, Martha Fansler, Mary Ellen Victoria, Margaret Graham. Mary Philips, Linda Johnson, Marjorie Major, Mary Gonzalez, Rachel Torres. Third row: Miss Gilbert, Louella Jackson, Linda Morales. Connie Jiminez, Rosemarie Soto, Jessie Preciado, Patsy Wilson, Margie Beekman, Carol McReynolds, Lavonne Goines. Fourth row: Diane Deeter, Charlotte Lemley, Charlotte Elkins, Nancy Brooks, Sandra McCreery, ,loan Moffett. Linda Knight, Peggy Padelford, Kay Eichstaedt, Shirley Corl. Roseann Black, Barbara Johnson, Pat Whitehurst. Susan Rogers, and Glenda Fullerton. I Girls' Athletic Association The Girls' Athletic Association, sponsored by the girls, physical education departments, is a nation-wide organization. The purposes of the Association are to promote athletic and recreational activities for all girls on the campusg to develop the spirit of fair play, sportsmanship, and co-operationg to promote healthful living for lifeg and to create a spirit of fellowship, loyalty, and hon or among all students Girl Athlete of the Year LINDA JOHNSON 5 Q v i t 4 Q 'Q ' , A . I . . W i J 1. A M ng .s , ,' . ' . 5 A 1 ,. 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