Fillmore High School - Copa de Oro Yearbook (Fillmore, CA)
- Class of 1960
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Because of the splendrd advrce and co operation
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advancement of thrs student body s varlous enter
pnses we gratefully dedlc te thrs volume of the
1960 Copa de Oro to our annual advrser Mr
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At the begInnIng of ThIS year we the annual staff were
searchIng for a SUITBDIC theme for our 1960 Copa de Oro
After Ioolung through many of the annuals from past years
we came to the conclusIon that the most Important thrng In
the school had never been used as a theme Nowhere In
any of these annuals was educatlon ITSEIT gIven thIs POSITION
of prImary Importance so we have decIded that the theme
of our 1960 Copa de Oro Wlll be EDUCATION AND ITS
EFFECT UPON US THE STUDENTS
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nade the school wIth Spamsh Chrlstmas
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3 Mr wllllam Kmghts Umted States hIs
tory class StUdI8S the cIvII war
4 The typlng class shows us the touch
typIng method under Mrs Ruth MIIlers
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"How does education effect the student throughout his years in school and alter he has become
an aduIt?" In answering this question I would like to consider "education" not to be iust the results
of formal academic instruction, but rather as the total results of all instruction, training, and experi-
ences of an individual.
The ancient Greek philosophers taught that, "What you are to be you are now becoming." Amos
Alonzo Stagg, dean of all football coaches, used this as the topic for a speech he gave to our student
body when I was in high school. The words are just as true today as they were three thousand years
ago, and I will never forget his message.
These are the most important years of your lives. What you do during these formative years
largely determines what you are going to do the remainder of your lives and what kind ol persons you
are to become. The old saying, "You can't teach an old dog new tricks," is quite true. Once habits of
thinking and doing are established it becomes difficult to change them. Employers place great confi-
dence in high school records as reliable estimates of individuals because it has been found that, by
and large, behavior patterns do not change very much after maturity.
It becomes important then for you to take advantage of educational opportunities each day, and
to remember that everyday you are practicing to be the person you are to become tomorrow, next
year, or twenty years from now.
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Frllmore Unlon Hugh School was establrshed hfty years ago as the result ol the desrre and fore
srght of the people of this area to make rt posslble for the young people to recerve therr educatlon
locally Srnce 1909 the Hugh School Drstrrct has grown steadily rn srze to the pomt where It has a
separate campus for the Hugh School and lunror Hrgh School
Over the years It has been the work and dedrcatron ol many larthful school board members
admrmstrators and teachers supported by the people of the communrty whrch have made the school
what It IS today
Dunng the hfty years the Hugh School Drstrrct has been rn exrstence each burldrng program has
helped to grve the school an upto date campus designed to lacrlrtate and make possible a sound
educational program In fact the school plant rs an Integral part of the total educational program m
and understandmg of beauty neatness and cleanlmess rs furthered by the appearance of the campus.
The exrstmg burldmgs and facrlrtles should be ample for the next lrve years unless there rs an
rnflux of people mto the Flllmore area When It becomes necessary to bulld addltronal bulldmgs they
wrll be built rn conformity wrth a master plan lor each of the schools. The master plan shows locatron
ol exrstrng and proposed burldmgs rn order to secure maxrmum utrllzatron ol the total avarlable
acreage on each campus
Some ot the proposed burldmgs for the future as the communrty grows are
1 Classrooms at both the rumor and senror hugh schools.
2 A multr purpose room at the rumor hrgh school
3 llddrtronal shop burldmgs at each ol the schools.
4 An audrtorrum with 3dl0Illlllg musrc rooms at the hrgh school
Over the years Fillmore Unron Hlgh School has taken Its place rn the community and has con
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mn BROTHERS JERRY crmmsou
ADRIAN R. GIBBY
Chemistry, Senior Science,
Mathematics ELBERT GRAHAM
English, Twelfth Grade Counselor
English, Eleventh Grade Counselor
Mathematics, Copa de Oro
Metal Shop, Visual Aids ESTHER MAKE
Advanced Algebra, Algebra
Applied Math, Geometry, Algebra,
Orientation, Attendance H' MARLENE HARUE
Business English, English, Typing
Social Studies, Seventh Grade
coumo, cum MERRILL
Social Studies, Physical
Education, English Rm 'RUNS
World History, Orientation
U. S. History, Orientation
Mechanical Drawing, Beginning
Graphic Arts, Printing
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Art, Art Service
English, Conversational Spanish
English, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies, Crafts
Mathematics, Business Law,
Bookkeeping, Business Training
Science, Physical Education
Civics, Oral Expression
Physical Education, Tenth Grade
Counselor, Lite Science EMILY WAI-TERS
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English, Eighth Grade Counselor
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ELLEN GUTHRIE AND GLENNA BLOOMFIELD MARGUERITE GREGORY LAWANDA CAMPBELL EDYTHE HENDERSON
As we approach the end of the year, I am taking this opportunity to thank you for choosing me
to serve as your student body president. It was an honor to be chosen, and the experience was a
wonderful one. I would also like to commend the members of the Student Council who so ably
carried out their responsibilities in managing student body affairs. It is my feeling that they have
done an excellent job.
Looking back over a successful year, we find that our traditions of strong school spirit and
sportsmanship have been upheld, and our athletic teams have been successful. We have been a
valuable member of SBVISC and have upheld the tradition of being a friendly school in a friendly
community. The foreign exchange student program was started this year and has proved to be a
Probably most important of all, we have increased our pride and loyalty to our school. I know
that this quality will help us in achieving new heights in the future.
S B V I S C Vlce Presldent
Senior Class President
Comm of Finance
lunlor Class President
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Speaker of the House
Comm of Advertisement
HENRY KREISSL MISS ALICE HANSEN MARY ELLEN VICTORIA
Forelgn Exchange Student Adviser Vlce Presldent
,B homore Class President X- P
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Freshman Class Presldent
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Mr. Tilleson, Adviser ot the House of Representatives, and Bob Walden,
Speaker of the House, talk over one of their meetings in advance.
As in past years, the House of Representatives is again proving its
importance to the Fillmore High School student body. Early in the school
year, the problem of transporting rooters to out of town league games
was considered by the members of the "House." Due to lack of funds,
the school can no longer afford to transport students to games in school
buses. A resolution to poll the student body to determine the number of
students willing to pay the cost of school bus transportation to league
games away from home at the rate of one cent per mile per passenger
was passed. Over 75'M, of the students declared a willingness to do so.
Upon this evidence, the "House" passed a motion to recommend to the
School Administration and the Board of Trustees, that school buses
again be used to transport rooters to league games away from home,
providing, the cost be paid by rooter passengers. At its meeting on
October 29, 1959, the House of Representatives learned that its recom-
mendation had been acted upon favorably.
This is the way the House of Representatives provides a springboard
to action for student problems. Students, your ideas and criticisms rela-
tive to the activities surrounding your campus life should be brought to
the attention of your representative for "House" action. In this way, we
can all contribute to continuing the good way of life at Fillmore High
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Sitting: Kathleen Moore, Sue Walker, Shirley Cowans, Carol Morris, Lucy Alcozar, Donna Aarasmith. Standing: Bob Walden, Dave Ward, Cecil Decker, Dan Gehman,
Bill Wilson, Gerald Parris, Don lames, Mr. Tilleson, Paul Gritz, Donald Roberts, Arthur Medina, Dan Bowlin.
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FIRST ROW: Clyde Morton, treasurer, Linda Madsen, secretary, 7th Grade, Mickey Gibby, vice president: Anita Marshall, advertisement chairman, Kenny Bigger,
president, 7th grade, Jeanne Hunt, secretary: lohn Cook, entertainment chairman, B.A.A. president. SECOND ROW: Teresa Mann, vice president, 7th grade: Barbara
Thomas, G.A.A. president: Carol Strickland, vice president, 8th grade: Kathleen Iaynes, president, 8th grade: Yvonne Anderson, secretary, 8th grade, Tom Hays,
uni0r,MgA .gzcclenf Counci
l will always remember having the opportunity to be
Fillmore lunior High School's Student Body President for
the year 1959-1960. l would like to thank the Student
Council for its excellent performance this year in planning
many interesting and really enioyable activities.
We have all had a real good time this year. We had a
talent show. many sports activities, dances, honor society
trips, movies, rallies and a variety of assemblies. This year
we watched the new gym facilities being built for the junior
high school boys and girls, as well as our own new shop
building and two new classrooms.
I have enjoyed sewing Fillmore lunior High this year and
have appreciated the co-operation and the help given me.
Showing the sale of Student Body Cards is Tom Hays, President ol Fillmore
lunior High School.
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Hollingsworth, Steve Flint, Reagan
Mina Van Orsdol
FIRST ROW: Johnnie Benson, Donna Fanning, lane
Fuller, Helen Smith, Lynda Wright, Sue Easter-
wood, Faye Pearce, Ann Smith. SECOND ROW:
lean Wollen, Brenda Pearson, Alta Coburn, Irene
Sanchez, lrita Hiti, Dolores Gurrola, Eleanor Rod-
riguez, Amelia Sanchez, Betty Reed. THIRD ROW:
loan Wollen, Marlene Easley, Lupe Cervantez,
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FIRST ROW: lames Clifford Lee, Wayne Jones, Earl Morris, Louis Garnica, Willard Foster. SECOND ROW: Benjamin Ridenbaugh, Bret Blythe, LeRoy Amrhine, Duke
Clark, lr., Aaron Myers, Delphino Mendez, Harold Stevens, Robert Motto, Roy Hays.
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"To be or not to be," is the question up for discussion as
senior class favorites, Bob Hays and Sandra McCreery, lead
a debate on capital punishment in Mr. MozIey's Civics
DAN MAROSTICA NORA 0 BRNION
Vrce Presrdent Secretary
MR GRAHAM BILL DEWEY
When the class of 1960 entered Fnllmore Hugh It was to some extent a brg awkward green group of students It was the largest class
ever to be enrolled In the hugh school Accordingly we set class umty as our four year goal Durrng our freshman and sophomore years we
worked toward this goal by havrng many successful partres and class actnvltles such as our freshman Ice skatmg party As sophomores we
mrtrated the hrghly successful method of money makrng sponsoring movies As rumors our class exempllfred Its ever growrng umty rn stagmg
an outstanding lunror Semor Prom and Banquet Every member of the class had some part In achlevmg this success
Durrng the past four years all the varrous actlvrtres such as clubs and sports have been greatly entered mto by the members of the class
of 1960 By acceptmg the responsrbllrty offered by these actrvrtres the members of our class have developed mto more mature useful crtrzens
each one capable of assuming hrs responsrbrlrtles Whlle workrng together rn these actrvrtres the class has come to mean more to the students
and class splnt has run hugh as was demonstrated In the rallres
The class of 1960 drsplayed good sportsmanship splrrt and enthusiasm rn everythmg rt drd These qualrtres under the gurdance and
untrrmg devotron of the teachers advrsers and counselor Mr Graham developed to make the class of 1960 a very successful one
Now as we the class of 1960 leave F U H S and face the future we experience a feelrng of confidence rn knowmg that we have received
one of the lrnest most well rounded hrgh school educatlons possrble We now 're thus opportunrty to express our gratrtude tothe community
of Frllmore and Frllmore Umon Hugh School Thank you
DONALD EDWARD AGUIRRE
MARILYN RUTH ALLEN
IUDITH LAVERRE ASKREN
ROSIE ESPINOZA AVILA
RAMON I. AYALA
JULIE KAY BIGGER
DANNY VILLA CARRILLO
LUPE REYES CERVANTEZ
VIRGINIA CASTORENA CHAVEZ
ELDEN RAY COLLINS
RICHARD PAUL COLLINS
THOMAS LEE COWANS
WALTER LEE COX
DARREL ARLO CRESSWELL
JAMES EDMOND DAVISON
ARTHUR JAMES DAWSON
DIANE LOUISE DEETER
PATRICIA ANN DeIARNETTE
WILLIAM ARTHUR DEWEY
DONNA SUZANNE DUNGAN
CHARLOTTE CLARISSA ELKINS
RHODA COLLEEN FAIRFIELD
DONNA SUE FANNING
MARTHA LEE FANSLER
RETHA F. GAINES
MARY LILLIAN GAITAN
ANDREA ALICE GONZALEZ
MARIE TERESA GONZALEZ
MARGARET BETH GRAHAM
ANGELA MAE GRANDE
SUSAN LOUISE HAFFORD
CAROLYN SUE HALE
IOHN RICHARD HARDISON
NANCY MARIE HASTINGS
ROBERT STEVEN HAYS
RODNEY GILBERT HELSEL
JACK L. HOWTON
MARYE KATHLEEN HUNGATE
DANIEL CID IACOBE
KENTON LOUIS KNIGHT
MILDRED REBECCA LEGAN
CHARLOTTE FRIEND LEMLEY
GARLAN E. LEMONS
ROY PAUL LITTLE
MARJORIE ANGLIN MAIDR
DANIEL ALBINO MAROSTICA
ROBERT C. MARSTON
CHARLES BARRETT MERRILL
DANIEL GORDON MILLER
BARBARA KAY MORALES
DONALD WAYNE MYERS
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PAULA ELAINE PALMER
GERALD GLENN PARRIS
PATRICIA E. PATTERSON
ALICE FAYE PEARCE
BRENDA ANNETTE PEARSDN
MARY GRACE PENNINGTDN
MARY AMANDA PHILLIPS
MARY JULIA PRECIADO
JOYCE DECKER PRITCHARD
FELIPE L. V. QUEZADA
LINDA VASQUEZ RAMIREZ
JAMES BILLY REED
JOHN G. RENOLLIND
STEVEN MICHEAL REYES
JOYCE ANN REYNOLDS
RODNEY LEE ROBINSON
REGINALD PETER RUIZ
SHARON KAY RYCROFT
IRENE SOSA SANCHEZ
JOHN ROY SCANTLIN
DOLORES FAYE SCHIEFERLE
MICHAEL LOYD SCHIELD
GEORGE EDWIN SEARCY
SANDRA ALICE SHIELLS
STANLEY EUGENE STAFFORD
KATHRYN LEE STEPPLER
LAWRENCE EDWARD STOCKER
SUSAN LYNNE SUTTON
WILLIAM MICHEAL SUVIA
I0 ANN TOWNSEND
MARY ELLEN VICTORIA
RUSSELL S. WADE
ROBERT G. WALDEN
CAROLYN SUE WALKER
JOYCE LURETTA WILBANKS
VESTER CHARLES WILEY
DONNA FAYE WILLIAMS
WILLIAM WALTER WILSON
EUGENE JOSEPH WILSON
SANDRA LOUISE WILSON
LYNDA JEANETTE WRIGHT
LOUIS SANCHEZ YBARRA
LARRY D. YOUNT
VICTOR GUADELUPE YZAGUIRRE
RONALD ARDELL ZIMMERMAN
SUSAN ELAYNE ZIMMERMAN
NA -" JOHN ANTHONY LOZANO ZERMENO
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Junior class favorites, Bruce Gibby and Kris Schmittou, look for frontiers on our new 49th state. Go north, young man, go north.
Karen Baldwin, Secretary: Terry McGuire, Treasurerg Mrs. Hackbarth, Adviser: Bruce
Gibby, President: and Ann McFarland, Vice-President.
We were confronted with many new problems in our
junior year which has now drawn to a close, but along
with these problems we also found the solution: class
unity and spirit.
Our one main project was the Junior-Senior Banquet
followed by the annual Prom. This requires not only a
great deal of money, but time and effort as well. Working
toward this event were various committees and money-
making projects. We had the Junior Stand at football
games, the movies sponsored by the class, and for the
first time, plastic school book covers, designed and sold
by members of the class of '61. Under the supervision of
our able adviser, Mrs. Gladys Hackbarth, we feel that our
aims were the highest and our goal reached.
Of course, work was not our only objective. Fun played
a great part in our school life. We have had two parties
for our class, one in March and one in lune, which were
heartily enjoyed by all.
We feel that our class is of the highest quality, our
athletes are numerous and outstanding, our scholastic
record high, and this year we hope to be the first class
to send an exchange student abroad. Thus we rightly
feel that we are well prepared to enter the last year of
our high school education. Our year as juniors has been
good. We only hope the year 1961 will be as fulfilling.
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Sophomore class favorites, Sandra Dodd and Dave Ward, discuss the advantages of organizing a Mau-Mau Tribe in Mrs. Iron's world history class
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The class ol 1962, still being the largest class in the
history of Fillmore Union High School, has prospered a
great deal this year. Sophomore scholastic ability has
been shown by our four straight "A" students and the
number ot sophomores in C.S.F. Participation inother
clubs was active also. Attendance and participation are
important things in high school. They show spirit for the
In the way of sports the sophomores have contributed
greatly. The champion LV. football team was mainly com-
posed ot sophomores. In basketball there were sopho-
mores on the A, B, and C teams. Baseball and track
teams were made up ot many sophomores.
Now with another year of high school behind us the
as -.P-at we class ot '62 is looking forward to an even better and
more successful year as iuniors.
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SITTING: Dave Ward, Vice President: Linda Robbins, Secretary: Eddie Ybarra, President.
STANDING: Mr. Palmer, Adviser: Ron Godfrey, Treasurer.
FIRST ROW: lim Beaty, Jesse Broughton, Maria Belloumini, Bill Aulich, Dennie Bartels. SECOND ROW: Don Berrington, Bob Bigham, Barbara Brooks,
Wyone Ball, Roberta Andrino, Bill Brewer. BACK ROW: Vernon Crowe, Larry Bailey, John Arundell, Bill Alcoser, lim Burson, Gerald Ballard, Leon Banta.
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FIRST ROW: Robert Armstrong, Sandra Dodd, Carlos Gonzalez, Eva Coburn, Shirley Cowans. SECOND ROW: Bob Ellsworth, Donna DeFever, Donna Crockett,
Wayne Fore, Karen Dunst, Gwen Dudley. BACK ROW: Steve DeSoto, Ellen Drew, Caron Case, Cecil Decker, Bob Deeter, Cheryl Dungan, Vernon Croflord.
FIRST ROW: Natalie Gaitan,losie Hernandez, Evelyn Gonzalez, Veronica Grande, Ed Edison. SECOND 'ROW: Mary Gregory, Paula Hollingsworth, Pat Hol-
lingsworth, Cheryl Felsenthal, Nancy Hunt, Pat Everson. BACK ROW: Donna Hanna, Mary Graham, Judy Goodenough, layne Hight, Dan Gehman, Larry Car-
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FIRST ROW: Danny Molina, Norma laconetti, lan Moehl, Paula Miller, Art Munoz. SECOND ROW: Robert Miller, Robert Meyers, Alex Munoz, Gary Major,
Terri Myers, Connie Nichols. BACK ROW: Harold McDowell, Ruben Orneles, Gilbert Lewis, Pam McGaugh, Nadean Morton, lanice McElroy, Coleman Mayo.
FIRST ROW: lane 0'Banion, Connie Ortiz, Josephine Romero, Chaille Massey, Linda Robbins. SECOND ROW: Sherry Lowe, Susan Lowe,
Grace Reynolds, Mary Ryerson, Leonard Morris. BACK ROW: Gilbert Ramirez, Dick Perez, Walter Packwood, Cecelia Roatcap, Roy Myers,
FIRST ROW: Becky Robinson, Tom Robertson, Roger Westerburg, Sherry Simmons, Nelson Somers, Joe Viramontez, H. R. Sayre. SECOND ROW: Sharon
Stewart, Kathy Sloan, Randy Wade, Kathy Wagner, Don Main, Marla Thomason, lack Lake, Howard Wands
FIRST ROW: Eddie Yharra, Tobie Brown, Robert Wiley, Maria Diaz, Braulio Quezada. SECOND ROW: Shirley Martin, Willard Harper, Frances Lozano, Nor-
man Stafford, Lydia Lovato, lrene Garcia. BACK ROW: Claudia Harbison, Ron Wilson, Phil Young, Dave Ward, Nancy Patterson, Hugh Godard, Larry
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FIRST ROW: Jimmy Torres, Gloria Rivera, Art Sanchez, Carol Segler, Don Southwick, Norbert Riesgo. SECOND ROW: Bill Simmons, Larry Antonson, Billy
Hill, Cecelia Roatcap, John Yount, Jimmie Tripp, Sandi Vaughn, Kip Graves.
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desks in Toolie's Freshman Orientation cIass."
SITTING: Carol Preciado, Vice-President, Suzie Wilson, Secretary: Bill Walden, President.
STANDING: Denise Knight, Historian: Lucy Alcozar, Treasurer: and Miss Walters, Adviser.
With the capable guidance of Miss Emily Walters,
counselor for the Freshman Class of 1963, we started the
ball rolling with an invitation to our parents for coffee in
the cafeteria on January 20, where the policies of the
school and the problems of the students were discussed,
and the teachers were introduced.
The big job of any freshman class is to acquaint each
member with one another and get the feel of being in
high school. We accomplished this with some of the ac-
tivities which included two dances in the spring and the
annual cleaning of the "F".
The spirit of cooperation that has prevailed this year
has been most heartwarming and helpful to me and l
would like to thank the officers who have helped me
greatly throughout the year. As our enthusiasm grows our
class will leave its indelible mark in the history of Fill-
more Union High School.
FIRST ROW: Donna Arrasmith, Rita Carrillo, Dural Been, Steve Beall, Toni Alvarado, Lucy Alcozar. SECOND ROW: Cecilia Corl, Linda Bryant, Shirley
Broughton, Bill Bowersox, Robert Been, Charles Anderson, Virginia Alcantara. BACK ROW: Sandra Bragg, Jess Bustos, limmy Avance, Pat Askren, Raymond
Alverdi, Curtis Adams, Connie Ayala, Karen Allen.
FIRST ROW: David Dollar, lannet Finnerty, Harley Cowans, Sally Gaitan, Ester Garcia, Carolina Ybarra. SECOND ROW: lohn Cabral, Bob Campbell, Bob
Cox, Connie Douglas, Richard Campbell, Ruby Carpenter, Elydia Golson. BACK ROW: Guy Clements, Doug Fisher, Martha Edwards, Jean Fuller, Sheryl
Charles, Neila Elkins, Patsy Fuller, lenny Esquivel.
FIRST ROW: Dixie Kaufman, Ron Johnson, lohn liminez, lohn Gritz, Paul Gritz, Adah Gregory. SECOND ROW: Denise Knight, Gary Kortan, Susan Knappen,
lohn Hackler, Bob Hunt, lan Johnson, Peggy Hall. BACK ROW: Carol King, Francisco lbarra, Jim Hanna, Phil Hawkins, Curtis Goodenough, Russell Hans-
com, Roger lpswitch, Eileen Grover.
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FIRST ROW: Marina Lopez, Patricia Mann, Harry McKitchens, Keith McDuffee, Jennifer Myers, Ronnie Galyan. SECOND ROW: Karen Madsen, Danny
Myers, James Anderson, Dolores Preciado, Carol Preciado, Reagan Moore, John Luna. BACK ROW: Eileen Lechler, Jim Hibbard, Richard Ballard, Gloria
McKitchens, Mike Maxwell, Bobby Palmer, Dwight Moore, Arthur Medina.
FIRST ROW: Emma Montero, Paul Menke, Elfreda Renfro, Lera Cole, Bill Lamey, Bill McGregor. SECOND ROW: Ellis Brooks, Hope Reyes, Ruby Riesgo
Jan Lamberson, Rosie Coronado, Roy Townsend, Eldon Stevenson. BACK ROW: Doris Griffin, Stan Pearce, Dewey Pool, Christina Jackson, Nancy Kozar
Bill Ragonton, Jack Lee, John Maddux.
FIRST ROW: Gary Robertson, Donald Roberts, Jessie Vega, Olelia Sanchez, Kennie Voorhies John Van Horn SECOND ROW Herbert Sauceda lan Wallace
Phillip Tovar, Edith Sanders, Linda Sutton, Frank Vasquez, Susie Steppler. BACK ROW lohn Soto Mina Van Drsdol Elame Swindle Raymond Rozzell
Edward Lozano, Shannon Thompson, loan Salsbury, Lindsey Stansell.
FIRST ROW: Carolyn Wade, Suzi Wilson,
Rosie Coronado, Dorothy Hodge.
Margaret Yzaguirre, Linda Wilson. BACK ROW
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matics to seventh grade class favorites, Kenny Bigger and Mary Blodget.
Mrs. Redd, Adviser: Kathleen laynes, President: Yvonne Anderson, Secretary: and Carol
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We the class of 1964 have just completed our eighth
year of formal education and at this time, should be
prepared for our advancement into high school
The terminating year has been marked along the way
by various dances assemblies and a talent show We
have been active in Boys Athletic Association, Girls
Athletic Association and the junior high honor society
And those who are proficient in music have participated
in band chorus and orchestra
Thanks to our ever helpful teachers and counselors
our eighth year has been rewarding and fulfilling We
hope that next year will be the same or better
FIRST ROW: Irene Hernandez, Cecelia Herrera, Bill Bigham, Mickey Gibby, Austin Burson. SECOND ROW: Donna Felsenthal, Billy Hall, Sandra Chisholm,
Gabriel Asenas, Susan Case, David Gunter. THIRD ROW: Kathleen laynes, Steve Hutchins, Pat Gilmore, lim Baker, Larry Carpenter, Becky Hanna, loan
Drew. BACK ROW: Katherine Davis, Don Hart, Linda Fuller, left Hansen, Tom Hayes, Nancie DeFever, Pat Casas, lohn Cook
FIRST ROW: Fred Viramontez, Allen Vaughn, Harold Langston, Roddy Rector, Steve Curnett, Richard Martinez. SECOND ROW: Gustavo Zermeno, Cecil
Krieger, Kenneth Hodges, Terry Timmons, Olga Merida, David Beeghly, Frank Lozano, Timmy Long. THIRD ROW: George Scheller, Donald Sorenson, Gale
Crockett, Melinda Munoz, Allan Wilson, Mary Glenn, lunior Perez, lerry Wands. FOURTH ROW: Larry Murrell, Linda Currier, Reynaldo Rivera, Gerald
Dunehew, Cherie Witherwax, Kay Farrell, Jessie Fanning, lim Hight, Burel Townsend.
Linda Madsen, Secretary, Miss Fremlin, Adviser, Teresa Mann, Vice-President: and Kenny
The morning ol September 8, 1959, Mr. Lawrence Sulli-
van, principal of the Fillmore Union High School, and all
the teachers welcomed the members of the new seventh
grade class. Most of us have found junior high quite
a change from elementary school, we like having more
We have an Honor Society in which fourteen seventh
graders made membership the first quarter by earning
the required ten points. Our junior high band, under the
fine direction ol Mr. Leonard Reed, was very good this
year. Miss Vera Fremlin, our friendly and able counsellor
has guided and directed our social activities. Our dances
have been well attended and enjoyed by everyone. The
Girls' Athletic Association has different sports such as
ping pong, shuffleboard, badminton, speedball, basket-
ball, and soccer. The Boys' Athletic Association plays
football, basketball, and track. Both organizations meet
for sports activities before school.
Now, with our first year of Junior High School behind
us, we are anticipating making our next year even better.
FIRST ROW: Linda Jackson, Patty Burson, David Hardison, Phyllis Krska, Betty Pardenbery. SECOND ROW: Nancy Avey, Carlene Gilleland, Glenn Morton,
Johnny Tyson, Valerie Davis, Mary Ann Casas. THIRD ROW: Harold Smith, Kenneth Clinton, Richard Monday, Royetta Hungate, Susan Southwick, Don
Deeter, Bob Everett. BACK ROW: Bobby Cole, Allen Yeargen, Diane Southwick, Allan Bliss, Diana Nichols, Valerie Pinckley, Frank Aguero, Mary Blodget.
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foster interest in higher mathematics. The most worth- "1 I "
while function of the club is the giving of a fifty dollar
award to the most outstanding mathematics student.
As the Pi Theta enrollment is limited to college pre-
paratory students who are taking or have taken trigo-
nometry, advanced algebra, or solid geometry, activities
in the club are limited by the busy schedule of the mem-
bers. Each year, however, we try to have one social meet-
ing for initiating purposes, and several other meetings
tor worthwhile subiects pertaining to mathematics. Also,
each year, Pi Theta plans one field trip to a place of sci-
LARRY YOU NT
Miss Hansen, Adviser, Angela Grande, Vice President, Larry Yount, President, Pat
Patterson, Secretary-Treasurer, lohn Lemley, Sergeant-at-Arms.
EIRST ROW: Sandi Shiells, loe Cook, Lynne Davis, Charlotte Elkins, Martha Fansler, Mary Phillips. SECOND ROW: Carol Morris, Scott Wade, Dan Maros-
tica, Felipe Quezada, Bill Wilson, Pat Patterson. THIRD ROW: Larry Yount, Terry McGuire, Don Layman, Art Dawson, Kenton Knight. FOURTH ROW: Dave
Ward, John Lemley, Chuck Wiley, John Hardison.
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SITTING: Judy Rogers, President. STANDING: Charlotte Elkins, Treasurer: Marilyn
Barnes, Vice President: Mr. Schallhorn, Adviser: Pat Patterson, Secretary: Sue Sutton,
Theta Alpha is a club to assist those students planning
to enter into the teaching profession. All activities are
planned to give as much information as possible in this
field by going into different phases of teaching and giv-
ing the students an idea of what it is like.
This year conferences concerning teaching as a career
were attended at various universities. At many of our club
meetings various teachers related some of their experi-
ences and problems while teaching. This year Theta
Alpha also held its annual banquet.
It is our hope that through Theta Alpha students will
be able to extend their knowledge and understanding of
FIRST ROW: Judy Rogers, Donna DeFever, Mina Van Orsdol, Dixie Kaufman, Caron Case, Jayne Hight, Lynne Davis, Susan Hafford, Sandi Shiells, Mar-
jorie Maior, Mr. Schallhorn. LAST ROW: Sue Sutton, Pamela Rowe, Cecelia Roatcap, Nadean Morton, Carol King, Ruby Carpenter, Linda Sutton, Roberta
Andrino, Mason Powell, Mary Phillips, Pat Patterson, Nancy Hunt, Charlotte Elkins.
FIRST ROW: Sue Easterwood, Julie Bigger, Pat Patterson, Billie Mae Price, Carol Baker, Dan Gehman, Henry Kreissl, Mr. Knight, Adviser SECOND ROW
Josephine Romero, Martha Fansler, Robert Miller, Nick Madsen, Bill Wilson, Bruce Gibby, John Lemiey, Jan Moehl.
The main purpose of the California Scholarship Fed-
eration is implied in the motto of the club, "Scholar-
ship For Service." Our Chapter, 1383, was chartered in
1926 and is open to tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade
students who have met the requirements set by the
A member of C. S. F. has many advantages given
him. After being a member of C. S. F. for four semes-
ters, one of which has to be in his senior year, he
becomes a Life Member or Seal Bearer. The Life Mem-
ber has a gold seal affixed to his diploma and on all
transcripts of his school record. Many scholarships are
given to C. S. F. members. The C. S. F. is the only
club in the school which is allowed to have a trip
during school hours. The C. S. F. Honor Day Trip takes
place in the Spring. This trip is partly of an educa-
tional nature, such as our trip to the Huntington
Memorial Library last year.
JOHN LEM LEY
John Lemley, President: Bruce Gibby, Vice President: Carol Baker Treasurer Pat Pat
terson, Secretary, Nick Madsen, Historian, Mr. Knight, Adviser
SITTING: Sandra McCreery, President: Miss Smith, Adviser. STANDING: Sue Easterwood, Vice President: Lucy Alcozar, Freshman Representativep Mary
Ellen Victoria, Student Body Vice President, Krysten Schmittou, Junior Representative, Ann McFarland, Secretary, lane McCary, Treasurer: Pam McGaugh,
Winner of the D.A.R. Award
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Girls' League is an organization composed of all the
girls in high school. As each girl becomes a student of
Fillmore High School, she automatically becomes a
member of Girls' League.
The purpose of this organization is to promote better
relations between the girls and to help solve problems
which affect the girls at Fillmore High. Girls' League
also strives to develop leadership and to set standards
for girls in keeping with Fillmore High's ideals and
The annual Mother-Daughter Tea, one of the most
successful events of the school year, is put on by
The Girls' League sponsors a food drive for needy
families at Christmas time. The whole student body
and faculty co-operate in this proiect.
In essence, the Girls' League is a democratic organi-
zation of all the girls.
SITTING: lulie Bigger, Secretary: Charlotte Lemley, President: Margie Major, Vice
President: KNEELING: Diane Deeter, Chaplain: Margaret Graham, Historian: Carol
The Tri-Hi-Y is a Christian organization dedicated to
the purpose of creating, maintaining, and extending,
throughout the home, school, and community, high
standards ol Christian character.
This organization is composed of twenty junior girls
and twenty senior girls who wish to be ol service to
Some of the major projects ofthe year are: attendance
at Y-Day in Hollywood, an induction ceremony, deco-
rating the halls at Christmas time, a Christmas carol'
ing party, an alter game dance, a co-ed snow trip,
attendance in Youth in Government in Sacramento, and
a scavenger hunt for food and clothing for the needy.
Our Club has, throughout the year, gained respect
and sustained its goals, proving to be an outstanding
spiritual and service organization.
FIRST ROW: Carol Aardappel. SECOND ROW: Brenda Stevenson, Pam Snyder, Ola Middlebrooks. THIRD ROW: Mary Phillips, Mary Ann Wilson, Iudy Rogers,
Janis Wade. FOURTH ROW: Karen Baldwin, Ann McFarland, Martha Fansler, Sue Sutton, Marla Brewer, Roberta Paregien. FIFTH ROW: Lynne Davis, Mary
Ruth Thomas, Sue Wilde, Carol Baker, Marilyn Allen, Susan Haftord, Margaret Graham, Sue Walker. SIXTH ROW: Sandra McCreery, Mrs. Shaffer, Adviser,
Susan Zimmerman, Connie Black, Charlotte Elkins, Charlotte Lemley, Becky Legan, Sandi Shiells, Marjorie Major, Kathleen Moore, Carol Morris, Julie
During the year the Hi-Y Club received its charter and
is now an affiliate of the National Organization. All
present members achieved the status of Charter Mem-
bers ot the Fillmore Chapter Hi-Y.
The Fillmore Hi-Y Club fosters the spirit of co-
operation and good fellowship among its members
while ever remaining mindful of the high Christian
ideals for which it was founded.
Through the medium of their various activities, the
club members receive valuable training in the proper
methods of conducting business meetings.
Projects sponsored by the club during the school
year included the sale of booster hats, popcorn balls,
and, on occasion, operating the stands for basketball
These projects provided working knowledge of busi-
ness procedures by giving members the opportunity to
contact the personnel ot various business concerns. 'L
While the club was busy with serious problems, the
social life was not entirely forgotten, as evidenced by
several enjoyable fun ventures which included the an-
nual Y-Day at Hollywood Bowl, ham and waffles party,
annual snow camp at Lone Pine, and the Japanese Treasurer, Mr. Hawkins, Adviser.
lantern party in the spring.
The members of the Hi-Y look back on the fruitful
year of useful activities, pleasant associations, with
a feeling ot accomplishment in a job well done.
SITTING: Bob Hays, Vice Presidentg Elden Collins, President: Art Dawson, Secretary
STANDING: Scott Wade, Sergeant-at-Arms, Kenton Knight, Chaplain: Charles Merrill
FIRST ROW: George Searcy, Bruce Gibby, Bob Hays, Scott Wade, Nick Madsen, Dan Marostica. SECOND ROW: Don Smith, Charles Merrill, Elden Collins
Don Myers, Garlan Lemons, Dan Bowlin. THIRD ROW: John Lemley, loe Cook, Kenton Knight, Mike Schield.
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FIRST ROW: Sue Sutton, Sandi Shiells, Pat Maule, Ann McFarland Caron Case Jayne Hlght Robert Wiley Billy Brewer SECOND ROW Linda Grande
Connie Nichols Nanc Richardson Veronica Grande, Charlotte Lemley Rhoda Fairfield Susan Halford Carol Morris THlRD ROW Bill Wilson Chuck
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Wiley, Henry Kriessl, Richard Collins.
The main purpose of the Science Club is to further
interest in the scientific fields. In our present technical
era an increased knowledge of science by everyone is
lls in recent years, this past year the Science Club
has been one of the most active clubs in school. For
the first time the club turned down offers of assistance
from the Ventura County School System. To pay our
way we decided to sponsor a Lecture Series which
financed the year's activities.
Besides the lectures our activities included various
field trips and the annual Science Month which con-
sists of the Science Fair, Awards Banquet and the
Science Career Day. One of our field trips was to
Vandenberg Air Force Base, a follow-up to last year's
Norton Sound visit.
l feel that all of our activities promoted interest
besides being fun. The amount of work soon weeded
out those that thought this another social club, but
those remaining were the ones that had the desire to
work hard and reap the profits.
Bill Banta, a 1959 graduate, received the Golden
Key award for being the most outstanding student
during his membership in the club. This award consists
of the Golden Key plus laboratory fees for his freshman
year in college.
With much credit due our adviser, Mr. Brisby, l feel
we have had an excellent year and demonstrated that
work and pleasure can easily go together.
FIRST ROW: Kathleen Moore, Dolores Schieterle, Amelia Sanchez, Mary Ellen Victoria, Mary Phillips, Janis Wade, Martha Fansler, lrita Hiti. SECOND ROW:
Linda Grande, Billie Mae Price, Mary Ann Wilson, Charlotte Elkins, Nora 0'Banion, Carol Baker, Marilyn Barnes, Betty Ann Reed, lulie Bigger. THIRD
ROW: Carol Morris, lohn Hardison, Bob Hays, Gary Beckman, Bruce Gibby, lon Eichstaedt. FOURTH ROW: Larry Yount, Mike Schield, Art Dawson, John
Lemley, Felipe Quezada. LAST ROW: Kenton Knight, Don Myers, loe Cook, Nick Madsen, Don Layman.
Quezada, President: Charlotte Elkins, Vice President.
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This year the Spanish Club made its traditional trip
to Olvera Street in Los Angeles. ln past years it has been
the custom lor the Spanish Club to have a Spanish
Dinner. However, last year the dinner and the trip were
combined. This year, because of the increasing amount
of activities in and out of school, the dinner and trip
were again combined.
This year our activities have included an initiation and
our fund raising after game dance. The latter enabled
us to pay for part of our trip and for a S25 award
given at the end of the year to the outstanding fourth
year Spanish student.
The purpose of the Letterwomen's Club is to further
girls' interest in athletics. By earning one thousand
points in G.A.A., a girl receives her block "F" and be-
comes a member ol the Letterwomen's Club. For every
three hundred points after one thousand, a stripe is
added to her sweater.
Instead ot having our meetings before school, as in
the past, the club meets at one ol the members' houses
for a potluck supper, after which we participate in
some form ol recreation.
The agenda for this year included a money-making
movie, and a weekend trip to the beach. The main
event of the year was the athletic banquet which was
put on for the Letterwomen and Lettermen.
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nie Alcozar, Carol Monis. THIRD ROW: Lynne Davis, Andrea Gonzalez, Rhoda Fairlield, Irene Sanchez.
Margaret Graham, President: lulia Preciado, Historian, Diane Deeter Treasurer and
FRONT ROW: Lupe Cervantez, Mary Phillips, Julia Preciado, Frances Martinez, Margaret Graham. SECOND ROW: Diane Deeter, Charlotte Lemley Con
FIRST ROW: Bill Dewey, Secretary-Treasurerg Charles Merrill, President. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Herrill, Adviser: Bob Walden, Sergeant-at-Arms: Elden Collins, Vice-Presi-
The Fillmore Lettermen's club began the year by
sponsoring the first after-game dance which had an ex-
cellent turnout. The next affair was the initiation of new
Lettermen, which was enjoyed by the whole student
body. All those who were initiated were required to
wear an outlandish costume consisting of articles such
as the top of a girl's two-piece bathing suit and one
tennis shoe with no socks. That night the initiates were
also required to pass certain rigorous tests before they
were admitted to the club. ln order to raise money the
club sponsored the movie, "The Silver ChaIice," at the
Fillmore Theater. The movie was enjoyed by all who
attended. Another project which the Lettermen under-
took was the Twilight Track Meet with Ventura which
was held for the purpose of tuning-up the track team
for the finals.
Every Tuesday, the Lettermen's Club helps keep the
school clean by picking up papers on the school grounds.
Each year the Lettermen hold a barbecue after the
last initiation. This year, the barbecue was held at the
beach and was a complete success.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Herrill, Joe Cook, Bob Hays, Elden Collins, Don Myers, Floyd Murrell, Garlan Lemons, Dan Marostica. SECOND ROW: John Lemley,
Gary Beckman, lack Howton, Bob Hill, Rick Cadena, Manuel Munez, Dan Miller, Bob
Charles Merrill, Sam Bennett, less Leon, Robert Miller, Don Smith, Larry Tittsworth.
Walden. THIRD ROW: Bill Dewey, Art Dawson, John Renollino,
FRONT ROW: Cecelia Corl, Adah Gregory, Kathy Wagner, Shirley Martin, Jayne Hight, Sally Gaitan, Jesse Vega,
Paula Hollingsworth, Arlene Rozzell. SECOND ROW: Sue Easterwood, Donna Williams, Sue Ballinger, Shirley Cow-
ans, Donna Boyett, Doris Hollingsworth, Joyce Reynolds, Jo Ann Townsend , Alta Colburn.THlRD ROW: Eva Coburn,
Antonia Juarez, Connie Alcozar, Rosie Alvarado, Cheryl Dungan, Lupe Cervantez, Armida Alvarado, Pamela Rowe.
BACK ROW: Don Brown, Steve DeSoto, Gerald Parris, Victor Yzaguirre, Larry Tittsworth, Harley Cowans, Virgil
Sanders, Don James.
CENTER: Mr. Reed. FIRST CIRCLE: Ann Smith, Carol Segler, Dennis Bartels, Richard Campbell, Sandra McCreery, Tom Cowans,
Dwight Moore. SECOND CIRCLE: Donna DeFever, Sandra Bragg, Shirley Butler, Joyce Pritchard, Kip Graves, Toni Alvarado, Del Cap-
pel, Frank Vasquez. Curtis Goodenough, Gilbert Lewis, Lyndel Anderson, Pat Everson, Luis Ybarra. THIRD CIRCLE: Janet Finnerty,
John Jiminez, Joan Salsbury, Reagan Moore, John Soto, Eddie Ybarra, Leonard Morris, Mary Ryerson, Denise Knight, Doug Fisher,
Eleanor Allison, Philip Tovar, Robert Miller, Richard Miller. FOURTH CIRCLE: Charles Sessions, Steve Flint, Larry Stocker, John Van
Horn, Robert Meyers, Kenny Shull, Ruben Tovar, Danny Carrillo, Ellis Brooks, David Dollar, Harry McKitchens, Rodney Robinson, Don
Layman, Richard Oakley, George Williams, Jerry Fisk, Jimmie Burson, Danny Miller, Bill Walden, Don Southwick, Donovan Main.
FIFTH CIRCLE: Connie Douglas, Grace Pennington, Gwendolyn Dudley, Roger Ipswitch, John Maddux, Stanley Pearce, Ronnie Godfrey,
Floyd Murrell, Vernon Crowe, Danny Jacobe, Edward Lozano.
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Carol Marston, Sheila Spangler, Tonya Massey, Ruth Ellen Miller, Linda Madsen. SECOND ROW: Cecelia
Herrera, Tommy Long, Jimmy Bullock, Phillip Morales, Dennis Allred, Kathleen laynes, Susan Case, Donna
Felsenthal, lean Powell, Sharon Vaughn. THIRD ROW: Anita Marshall, Marilyn Southwick, Nanice DeFever,
Valorie Pinkley, Mary Blodget, Diane Southwick, Deborah Stewart, Linda Cox. FOURTH ROW: Mary Sampson,
Sylvia Salsbury, Nancy Roatcap, Carol Campbell, Linda Amrhine, Teresa Mann, Benita Esparza, Mr. Baehr,
Drum Major, Rodney Robinson.
Maiorette, Ola Middlebrooks.
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FRONT ROW: Caron Case, Judy Goodenough, Antonia Juarez, Lupe Cervantez, Lillian Gaitan, Frances Martinez, Linda Wright, Carol Aardappel, Josephine
Romero. SECOND ROW: Donna Fanning, Roberta Andrino, Billie Mae Price, Marta Vasquez, Irene Sanchez, Carolyn Gonzalez, Chaille Massey, Nora
0'Banion, Miss Hake. LAST ROW: Cheryl Dungan, Marie Gonzalez, Sandi Shiells, Joyce Pritchard, Shirley Butler, Joyce Reynolds, Mason Powell.
SITTING: Miss Hake, Adviser, Sandi Shiells, Presidentp Marta Vasquez, Secretary.
STANDlNG:.Lupe Cervantez, Corresponding Secretary, Irene Sanchez, Vice-President,
Nora 0'Banlon, Treasurer: Chaille Massey, Historian.
The Caduceus Club was reorganized this past year
to include all students interested in medical, nursing,
and health professions. Its purpose is to interest stu-
dents in personal and community health, as well as a
career in medical service.
The club featured special speakers and films at bi-
monthly meetings throughout the year. At a Christmas
dinner the club donated gifts for needy families. The
sponsoring of a movie provided funds for membership
pins and a field trip.
The Caduceus club is anticipating continued success
under the guidance of Esther R. Hake, school nurse and
FIRST ROW: Mr. Rees, John Renollino, lim Torres, Calvin Beeghly Gary Aardappel Wesley Peters Bob Ellsworth Manuel Nunez Mr Kingsley BACK
ROW: Joe Zavala, Lee Cox, Larry Carrell, Hugh Godard Leonard Boynton Bob Taylor Jerome Jennings
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The Industrial Arts Club is composed ot boys who
have had at least one year of any of the Industrial Arts
courses given here at Fillmore High School.
The purposes of our club are to become more fully
aware of the importance of industry in modern life, to
provide opportunities for the students to grow in de-
velopment ot leadership abilities, and to provide op-
portunities for students to serve their school and com-
This year the members ol the club had an open house
display that better acquainted the community with
their projects, which each member made, and our work
in the Industrial Arts courses. Some of the more out-
standing club projects are entered in the Ventura Coun-
ty Fair and the Ford Motor Company Industrial Arts
The club has broadened the minds of the members
by going on various field trips. We have visited the Los
Angeles Examiner and also the Fontana Steel Mill.
ROW: Cynthia Rainey, Cheryl Dungan,
Ellen Drew, layne Hight, Caron Case.
Modern Dance offers unlimited educational values which are pri-
marily creative. The participant develops her own patterns which she
organizes into measures and phrases with a resulting dance composi-
tion or choreography. Her dance may then be performed as a solo or
with a group. In this way, she learns to work by herself and with
others and learns to express her feelings in movements of her own
There is much from the fine arts and from music to be learned: de-
sign, balance, light and color: rhythmical patterns, accompaniment
and feeling: all are an integral part of the dance. The main purpose
of the class is to develop flexibility and movement experiences.
The activities of the modern dance group are presented to the pub-
lic several times each year. One of these presentations-and the most
elaborate-is the annual Christmas Pageant where an entire story is
told through the medium of modern dance. A second program is one
in which group and solo dances, having no relation to each other, are
presented for Her Majesty's pleasure at the annual Coronation rites
ol the Fillmore Festival. Programs of lesser scope are often given for
assemblies and clubs.
MRS. SARA MENKE
FRONT ROW: Mary Graham, Sandra Dodd, Judy Goodenough, Carol Segler, Lydia Lovato, Barbara Brooks, Terri Myers, Roberta Andrino. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Menke, Linda Sutton, Kathy Sloan, Frances Lozano, Veronica Grande, Evelyn Green, Sherry Simmons, Maria Diaz, Paula Miller, Linda Bryant. THIRD
Pamela Rowe, Donna DeFever, Constance Douglas, Wyonne Ball, lanet Ford, Sharon Stewart, Marla Thomason,
The Future Farmers of America is the national organization of boys
studying vocational agriculture in the public secondary schools. At the
present time it has an active membership of 381,621 in 8,993 chap-
ters of 49 states and Puerto Rico.
The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America organization is
the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, citizenship,
and patriotism. Other purposes include: more intelligent choice of
occupations, encouraging cooperative effort, encouraging thrift, im-
proving scholarship, and providing organized recreational activity.
Fillmore Future Farmers takes an active place in the total program.
Again this year we have continued to support in a small way an
orphan in Kyungsang Puk Do, Korea. Many of our members showed
at the Ventura County Fair. Also a part of our program is the annual
Ferndale Field Day which we as a chapter won again last year. Our
chapter has won this field day more times than any other chapter in
As our creed states: We believe in the future of farming, with a
faith born not of words but oi deeds-achievements won by the
present and past generations ot farmers, in the promise of better
days through better ways, even as the better things we now enjoy have
come up to us from the struggles oi former years.
CL O O
FIRST ROW: Paul Gritz, limmy Avance, Bill Chaney, Mike Maxwell, John Gritz lack Howton Darrell Cresswell SECOND ROW Edwin Best Mike Hast
ings, H. R. Sayre, Harvey Hopkins, Tom Robertson, Edward Edison. THIRD ROW Ronald Wilson Willard Harper Randy Wade Ramon Ayala Dickie Perez
Alfred Moreno, Nelson Somers. BACK ROW: Mr. Madsen, Elden Collins, Ronnie Golson Carlos Davis Bob Deeter
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SITTING: Mrs. Garfield, Adviser, lon Eichstaedt, Associate Editor, Julie Bigger, Editor, Dan Bowlin, Sports Editor, Margie Maior, Features Editor. STAND
ING: Carol Baker, Public Relations, Linda Grande, Exchange Editor, Rodney Robinson, Photographer, Mary Ann Wilson, Reporter, Janis Wade, Reporter
The NEWS FLASHES has tried to present a pic-
ture ot all phases of school life-social, cultural,
and athletic. lt has tried to inspire the best efforts
in all students by giving recognition to any out-
standing accomplishment, whether in music or
mathematics, art or athletics. lt has attempted to
foster school spirit by giving recognition to ath-
letic achievements and other events in which the
school may take pride. It has tried to foster good
citizenship by various means, such as publicizing
the Safe Driver Contest, which encourages stu-
dents to be more observant ot the traftic rules and
These have been some of the primary aims ot
this year's NEWS FLASHES.
Iulie Bigger, Editor, and Ion Eichstaedt, Associate Editor
Sam Bennett Bob Ellsworth Kenneth Yount Mr Rees Charles Pool lim Beaty. Phil Hawkins, Ray Dukes, lames Davison
The Fillmore High School printers serve the
school by doing many printing jobs. During the
past year they have completed approximately one
hundred different printing iobs.
Many students have taken printing for two,
three, and four years. This year there are four sec-
ond year students: Bob Ellsworth, Jim Beaty, Phil
Hawkins, Ken Yount: three third year students:
Sam Bennett, Charles Pool, and Ken Perkins: and
only one fourth year student: James Davison. In
addition to these one hundred different printing
jobs, the printing staff also prints the NEWS
FLASHES every other Friday and prints programs
for such activities as the Christmas Pageant, Band
Concerts, Senior Play, Career Day, and the Com-
SITTING: Karen Maxwell, President: Faye Pearce, Vice-President. STANDING: Donna Dun-
gan, Treasurer: Sandi Wilson, Secretary: Mrs. Miller, Adviser.
The purpose of the Commercial Club is to encourage
achievement in business and to broaden one's acquaint-
ance with the business world. Senior and junior girls
having above average grades in commercial or business
classes are eligible to join.
At our Christmas party each year, members of the
club give food, clothing, and toys to needy families of
the community, instead of giving gitts to each other.
Each year the club takes a field trip to a well-
known place of business to familiarize the girls with
the newest business methods and machines.
The Commercial Club banquet, held near the end of
May, leatures a guest speaker from the business world.
Awards are received by the outstanding students in
bookkeeping, shorthand, and typing. Pins are presented
at that time to the officers for the next year.
At graduation, an award of twenty-five dollars is
given to the senior girl who shows outstanding achieve-
ment and promise in the field ol business.
FRONT ROW: Irita Hiti, Roberta Paregien, Marla Brewer, Donna Dungan, Eleanor Rodriquez, Connie Alcozar, Carolyn Gonzalez. SECOND ROW: Karen
Maxwell, Judy Richardson, Mrs. Miller, Sharon Rycrott, Sue Hale. THIRD ROW: Kathy Steppler, Nancy Hastings, Sandi Wilson, Charlotte Elkins, Judy
Askern, Kathy Hungate, Donna Williams. LAST ROW: Ann Smith, Faye Pierce, Susan Zimmerman, Retha Gaines, Ruth Bragg.
The purpose of the Art Club is to foster a greater
interest in art and to provide a means of working on
special art projects which otherwise could not be done.
This year, after a late start, the club has been ex-
ceptionally active. lt started out its moneymaking activi-
ties by selling Christmas cards and decorations, a stand
during basketball season also helped out. Our first trip
was an excursion to a group of famed art galleries in
Los Angeles. Later the club visited Fillmore's own
Artists' Barn where we were aptly entertained by the
owner, Mr. Hinckley.
The Art Club has been and will be of great value to
all members because it gives students a chance to
work together and also a chance to earn a deep sense
Mr. McMillan, Adviser: Nancy Hastings, Treasurer: Don Myers, Sergeant-at-Arms, Louis
Ybarra, Vice-President, Pat Everson, Secretary, Larry Yount, President.
FRONT ROW: Charlotte Elkins, Connie Ortiz, Sandi Wilson, Paula Palmer, Nancy Hastings, Patricia Mann, Dixie Kaufman. SECOND ROW: Connie Ayala,
Lupe Cervantez, Terri Myers, Joe Cook, Jayne Hight, Doris Griffin. THIRD ROW: Maria Belloumini, Pat Everson, Kathy Sloan, Cecilia Roatcap, Marlene
Easle lud Ro ers Sall Gaitan, Miriam Gehman Mr. McMillan. FOURTH ROW: Don Myers, Bob Hays, Gary Beckman, Manuel Munez, Roy Molina,
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lohn Lemley, Reuben Sauceda, lim Rangel, Larry Yount.
CENTER: Mr. Reed, conductor. FIRST CIRCLE: Mary Ann Wilson, Lucy Alcozar, Kathleen Moore, Nancy Mcllitchens, Susan Knappen, Mike Maxwell,
Eleanor Allison. SECOND CIRCLE: Eileen Lechler, Martha Headley, Mary Blodget, Eleanor Beach, Tom Cowans, Patty Burson, Penny French, Sandra
Bragg. THIRD CIRCLE: Mickey Gibby, lim Ballard, Ian Moehl, Dan Miller. FOURTH CIRCLE: Tom Hays, Iohn Cook, Ioe Reyes, Rodney Robinson.
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FIRST ROW: Rodney Robinson, Ar! Dawson, Larry Stocker, Charles Sessions. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Wiggins, Adviser,
Shirley Cowans, Shirley Martin, Karen Baldwin, Linda Vossler, Mary Ellen Victoria, Kryslen Schmittou. THIRD ROW:
Connie Black, Becky Legan, Mary Thomas, Ann McFarland, Ioan Salsbury, Sue Sutton.
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FIRST ROW: lane 0'Banion, Armida Alvarado, Elfreda Renfro Glorra Rrverra SECOND ROW Angie Torres Shannon Thompson Kathy Edwards lennre
Esquival, Susan Knappen. THIRD ROW: Billie Mae Price Frances Lozano Grace Reynolds Wyonne Ball Dolores Gurrola Mrs Irons
The Usher Club is a senrice club. Members serve
the school and community by acting as hostesses at
school functions. During the year, club members
showed capacity crowds to seats in the grandstand at
home football games, handed out programs at the
Christmas Pageant and Variety Show, served as wait-
resses at the Science Club Banquet, and also ushered
at Spring Concert, Senior Play, and Graduation.
MRS. RITA IRONS
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Mr. Phillips, guest speaker, delivering his
address to the student body.
This year for the first time in Fillmore Union High SchooI's
history an assembly was put on to give recognition to those
freshman, sophomore, iunior, and senior students who had
shown outstanding scholastic ability. The entertainment was
provided by Donovan Main and Patricia Patterson. The
awards, presented by Mr. Main and Mr. Bigger, were the
C.S.F. Life Memberships and certificates to those who had
ranked among the upper percentiles in the National Merit
Exams. The C.S.F. members were also given recognition by
Mr. Knight. The guest speaker, Mr. Phillips, gave a very
interesting and inspiring address.
Mr. Main is present-
ing an award for life
membership in C.S.F.
to Martha Fansler.
The entertainment at
the Awards Assembly
was a trombone solo
played by Donovan
Main with piano ac-
by Pat Patterson.
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'em oll at the pass! Looks as if
the Spanish Club shipped in
some livestock lor their initia-
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Charlotte Elkins and Ruth Bragg
are showing off the latest lash-
ions at the Commercial Club ini-
On Armed Forces Day the band from Fort MacArthur gave us a very line The cheerleaders, pom pom girls, and majorettes stand at attention as the
musical assembly. pep band plays the Alma Mater.
Cupid? No, it's archer Bob Dill, whose marksmanship with the bow was Violinist, lan Rubini, accompanied by Michel, his son, gave an outstanding
enjoyed by the whole student body. assembly in which he played everything from "hillbilly" to "longhair" music.
Like crazy! Dig the lineup ol cos-
tumes on Crazy Cat Day.
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"Hail, your maiesties!" Harley Cowans
and Jane Hight reign over the rally un
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Yawnnn! It looks as il some people
woke up too late to dress for school.
Actually they are contestants who are
trying for the honor ol King and
Queen of Pajamarino Day.
When you ask me to compare Fillmore Union High School with the
"Gymnasium" of Horn, Austria, I have fo ask you to realize that the pur-
pose and the idea of both schools are different, and therefore, differences
exist which might make you think that education is much better there
The purpose of the "Gymnasium" is to prepare students for university or
college. That means that these students choose an academic career, and
we can only compare these students with those taking the college prepara-
tion classes in Fillmore. Therefore, we can study regardless of the students
with less ability who do not want to go to college because they can attend
other schools, like trade schools or become craftsmen.
With this idea of educating youngsters only for their later advancement
to the university, one big mistake happens. We do not get experience in
leadership because there is little opportunity to participate in extracurricular
activities in school. ln fact, we have no social activities in our schools com-
pared with the American schools. There are no clubs, or student administra-
tion, or athletic games with other schools. Although this gives us more time
to study, again, l believe that these social activities are as important
as some of the subjects we have.
So I will conclude, that both schools have advantages and
disadvantages, and both must be improved. Ours must me
be modernized in many ways, and the American 3, melts'
schools should give students a better chance for me cunt'-2, me WWF'
an academic career. mme, wwe og HOW
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The guest speaker, Dr. George Beadle, delivers his talk, "The Language of the Gene and Man's Future,"
as the audience listens attentively.
Senior Division Sweepstakes winner, Larry Also receiving recognition is Doug Fisher lun
Yount receives his award from Dr. Beadle. ior Division Sweepstakes winner
On March 2nd a capacity crowd attended the Second Annual Science Fair Awards Banquet which was the official
opening of the Fillmore Science Month. The speaker of the evening was the distinguished scientist, Dr. George Beadle,
1958 Nobel Prize Winner. According to Dr. Beadle this was his last speaking engagement due to a time-demanding project.
The program included the presentation of the judges and the guest by lon Eichstaedt, Science Club President. Mr. Bris-
by introduced Dr. Beadle who spoke on "The Language of the Gene and Man's Future." After his address Dr. Beadle
personally presented the awards to the winners of the Science Fair.
Dr. Beadle's address consisted mainly of the explanation of the human egg and the environmental and cultural inher-
itance in the gene makeup. To simplify his explanation he used a cake recipe as an illustration of what an egg is and
the ingredients from which it is made.
The Awards Banquet prefaced the opening of the Science Fair which again was held in the Memorial Building because
of the quantity of exhibits and also the large crowds. The fair, which consisted of approximately fifty-eight projects, was
open during the week to the public. .
The fair consisted of three divisions. Students who were eligible for the senior or junior division entered their exhibits
under either the physical or biological categories. The elementary- division was not eligible for competition. All of the
entrants received certificates of placement. The senior division entrants who placed first received trophies, the second
through fifth places received medals. The junior division entrants who placed first, second, and third all received medals.
The entrants who received the highest number of points in the judging in the junior division and the senior division were
awarded sweepstakes trophies.
The junior division sweepstakes winner was Doug Fisher who entered an exhibit which illustrated the effects of tran-
quilizers on rats. Larry Yount, winner of the senior division trophy, displayed a frictionless disk which glided on a film
of carbon dioxide produced by evaporating dry ice.
The junior division winners are: D biological category-first, Doug Fisher, second, Mike McKelvey, third, Eleanor
Beach. 21 physical category-first, Clyde Morton, second, Terry Timmons, third, Alan King. Senior Division winners are:
ll biological category-first, Henry Kreissl, second, Mary Phillips, third, Linda Grande, fourth, Caron Case, fifth, Dan
Gehman. 21 physical category-first, Larry Yount, second, Susan Halford, third, layne Hight, fourth, Linda Grande, fifth,
Carol Aardappel leave my C P BI0l0gy notebook to my llttle brother
Donald Agulrre leave C P Blology to other crazy students
Connle Alcozar leave my quletness to Betty Frlas
Marllyn Allen leave my flgure to my freshman slster Karen
ludy Askren leave glvlng F U H S lfS greatest loss
Rosle AVII3 stop leavlng my plnk thunderblrd for the
Ramon Ayala leave the school as soon as posslble
Dan Bowlln leave wlshlng for more
Allen Canada leave nothlng because I got nothlng
Danny Carrlllo leave Flllmore my co ordlnatlon
Lupe Reyes Arevalo Cervantez leave to add another name to the llst
I already have
Vlrglnla Chavez leave F U H S as the llrst of the Chavez clan
wlth two to go
Peter Coert leave sclence to Mr BlISby
Elden Colllns leave my kangaroo legs to Bruce Glbby
Rlchard Colllns leave desplte everyone s efforts to keep me here
Tom Cowans leave Flllmore Hlgh leavlng all my muslc ablllty to
my brother Bobble
Lee Cox leave thls school wlth the smoke of splnnlng tlres
Darrel Cresswell leave an empty locker ln the Arts Bulldlng
Jerry Crockett leave my lgnorance to Roy and George the Mlller brothers
Art Dawson belng ol sound mlnd Ol and body do hereby wlll and
bequeath my red halr to Manuel Nunez
Dlane Deeter leave F U H S to the mercy ol my short brother Bob
Pat Delarnette leave my nlckname Mlce to Lera Cole
Blll Dewey leave F U H S to Ellen s llttle brothers Lots of luck school'
Ray Dukes wlll my Bblllfy to be ln the parklng lot durlng school hours
to Evelyn Green
Donna Dungan leave to my SlSf8l Cheryl my place on the Annual Staff
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Charlotte Elkrns leave Tom s key to Sherry Bee
Rhoda Farrfreld leave my brarns to any student who thrnks he can do
someth ng wrth them
Donna Fannrng leave Frllmore Hrgh to become a beat nrck
Martha Fansler leave to Mr Lrttman one hundred used Paper Mate Pen
frllers and several well worn Spanrsh novels
Retha Garnes leave Frllmore Hrgh to anyone who ll have rt.
Lrllran Gartan leave the rest of the Gartan trrbe to F U H S So long
Ronald Golson leave to be Chuy Ponce s assrstant
Andrea Gonzalez leave to become the best bull frghter rn Tl
Margaret Graham leave my shapely Pl legs and my habrt of playrng wrth
my harr to my srster Mary
Angela Grande leave frrst wrth seven srblrngs to follow
Susan Halford leave all my hrdden talents to Ellen Drew to Dennrs Bartels
the rntellrgence I have NOT collected rn hrgh school and to Carol Morrrs
my abrlrty to drrve Henrretta
Sue Hale leave F U H S wrth prty for the teachers Mrke s on hrs way
Iohn Hardrson leave the annual to next year s sucker
Nancy Hastrngs leave all my harr dye to Krysten Schmrttou
Bob Hays leave my posrtron as No 1 lover to my brothers Tom and Brll
Rodney Helsel leave Mr Schallhorn cryrng hrs eyes out
lack Howton leave my brarns to Mr Grbby to play wrth next year rn
Kathleen Hungate leave Frllmore to the mercy of my srster
Larry Jackson lust leave
Danny lacobe leave all the grrls cryrng to me Come back you lrttle
Antonra Juarez leave F U H S and rts worrres to my two srsters
Vrrgrnra and Irene
Kenton Knrght leave my seat rn advanced algebra to Pam McGaugh
Hernrrch Krerssl leave my luck wrth grrls to the other boys
Charlotte Lemley leave my lantastrc abrlrty rn mathematrcs so some of rt
wrll rub off on my brother lohn
Garlan Lemons leave thrs school to my up and comrng brothers
Vernon and Randy
Roy Lrttle leave all my hard earned cash rn black marks on the parkrng lot
exrt lm so sad Ha' Ha'
Sandra McCreery leave my best wrshes to all sufferrng students
Margre Maror leave my slrmness and even temper to my brother Gary who
desperately needs both
Dan Marostrca leave to prove what Mr Mozley sard For every boy there s
a grrl rn every town
Bob Marston leave my abrlrty to keep from berng caught to my srster Carol
Frances Martrnez leave to sneak Carmen and Robert to Las Vegas
Karen Maxwell leave all my detentrons to my brother Mrke
Charles Merrrll leave my startrng blocks to Ioe Cook
Dan Mrller wrll all my spectacular trombone abrlrty to Donovan Marn so
that he mrght become almost as good a player as I
Barbara Morales leave to become Mrs Raymond Ponce
Don Myers leave my experrence as a basketball player to any freshman
sucker enough to take rt
Nora 0 Banron leave my place rn F U H S to my srster lane the last ol
the 0 Banrons
Paula Palmer leave rememberrng what I should forget and lorgettrng what
I should remember
Patrrcra Patterson leave Mr Lrttman tearrng hrs harr out over my last
Faye Pearce leave all the fun I had rn hrgh school to my brother Stan
Brenda Pearson leave to go to work wrth the grrls at Ma s
Becky Pennrngton leave the school at the mercy of my brother Lyle
Grace Pennrngton leave F U H S and all rts troubles to Peggy Ann Hall
Mary Phrllrps leave my well worn Spanrsh and C P Brology books to the
rest of the Phrllrps clan
Chuy Ponce leave to be mayor of Prru
lulra Precrado leave my athletrc abrlrty to Mrs Menke
Charles Prrce wrll the Frllmore vs Santa Paula football game next year to
loyce Prrtchard leave my place rn band to Shrrley Butler and the rest to
anyone that wants rt
Felrpe Quezada leave the Spanrsh IV class to the mercy of Mr Lrttman
Lrnda Ramrrez leave F U H S wrth two Ramrrezes left to go
Brlly Reed leave my beautrlul lace to all the comrng grrls
lohn Renollrno leave my women getter methods to some handsome fool
P S Its up to you Paul Meza
Steven Reyes leave my good trmes rn frrst perrod to Mr Mozley
loyce Reynolds leave to go to work wrth the grrls at Ma s
Rod Robrnson leave the almrghty pep band to Steve Flrnt fPoor sucker
Raul Romo leave my busrness to whoever wants rt
James Rozzell leave my rose garden to Daffy Duck
Reggre Rurz leave Frllmore for better prckrng
Sharon Rycroft leave rn my lrttle blue F 0 R D
Irene Sanchez leave F U H S wrth no regrets
Dolores Schreferle leave my brother to the mercy of Mr Lrttman s
Mrke Schreld leave to Butch Maxwell a love of learnrng
George Searcy leave my posrtron of thrrd base on the varsrty baseball team
to whoever wants the hot corner
Chuck Sessrons wrll to Mr Reed a quret and peaceful band
Sandra Shrells leave to my brother Larry my studrous nature and my love
of grant economy srze cars
Stanley Stafford leave wonderrng how I made rt
Kathe Steppler leave not berng able to express rn words how odd rt seems
that I m really leavrng or am I Mr Brgger"
Sue Sutton leave my adeptness at sports to Mary Ann Wrlson
Brll Suvra leave takrng away from Mr Cook the brggest problem he ever
trred to solve
Brll Test leave the school to run the way Ellen wants rt run
JoAnn Townsend leave the teachers of F U H S to the mercy of my
Martha Vasquez leave F U H S Wrth one more Vasquez
Mary Ellen Vrctorra leave my cowskrn vest to Art Dawson s lrttle brother or
to any other wanderrng cowboy
Russell S Wade leave my trrals and trrbulatrons to R Howard Wade one of
the other Wades
Bob Walden leave to become better acquarnted wrth the rest of the world
Sue Walker leave Charles Merrrlls seat on the trash can to anyone who
Terry West leave nothrng behrnd that I am sorry for
Luretta Wrlbanks leave as the frrst and last Wrlbanks to hrt FU H S
Chuck Wrley leave my abrlrty to talk teachers out of tests and homework
to my brother Stub
Donna Wrllrams leave F U H S to the mercy of my brother and srster Look
out F U H S
Brll Wrlson am too sellrsh to leave anythrng
Eugene Wrlson leave
Sandra Wrlson leave my love for school to my lrttle srster
lean Wollen leave the teachers to the mercy of my brother
loan Wollen leave my brarns to my brother Ed He needs
LyndalWrrght leave my abrlrty to chew gum and not get caught to Carol
Lurs Ybarra leave Frllmore wrth one Ybarra to go land Patnj
Larry Yount leave my co ordrnatron to lohnny
lohn Zermeno urge everybody to take Mr Brrsby at least once
Ronald Zrmmerman leave Mr Schallhorn to Gary Maror
Susan Zrmmerman leave the school to the destructron of my younger srster
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Larry Tuttsworth and Bob Beal had the hugh honor of partucupatung un the carryung
of the Olympuc Torch to Squaw Valley un the VIII Wunter Olympucs They were chosen
from among our cross country team members to help other outstandung runners un the
C I F relay the Torch to Squaw Valley trom the Los Angeles Coluseum Larry and Bob
were chosen for one of the most dullucult stretches along the enture route Each boy
had to run a mule leg ol the run up through the Gorman Pass un forty degree weather
wuth snow lyung on the ground
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out ol the mountaun by skuers After beung flown across the Atlantuc Ocean the Torch
arruved by plane at the Los Angeles Aurport From there ut was transported by runners
to the Coluseum where the huge torch on top of the Parastule was ht From thus pount
ut went by runners all the way up to Squaw Valley where the Torch was used to lught
the Olympic Flame that blazed nught and day over the events and Iestuvutues of the
Eughth Wunter Olympuc Games
Congratulatuons Larry and Bob lor th great honor bestowed upon you Fullmore
Hugh wull ever be proud ol the part you played un thus event of events
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In the lIrst game ol the season FIllmore s old rIval Santa Paula came over here lookIng for revenge after last years spme tmgler After gaInIng a
half tIme lead ot 6 0 Flllmores Injury rIddled eleven couldnt contam the vIctory starved Cards They went on to wIn 196 over the Flashes
Frllmore went up to Palmdale expectmg a tough game whIch IS exactly what they got After a scoreless fIrst half the Flashes came back to wIn
19 7 Elden Collms hampered wIth an Injured leg came off the bench twlce to take long passes from less Leon to set up two of the FIllmore scores
Scott Wade guard Intercepted a pass and ran for thIrtylIve yards the longest run made by a lIneman In our league all year Sam Bennett and Don
Myers both played an outstandIng game on defense
FIllmore came back lor ITS second wIn of the season by deleatlng Arroyo Grande 33 6 The Flashes dId an outstanding rob of contaInIng the Arroyo
Grande forwards and especIally theIr All Cl F end The team as a whole played an outstandIng game and less Leon was defInItely a stand out at quar
After gIvIng Ventura two touchdowns on a SIIVET platter so to speak FIllmore came back after the half to score one ol theIr own They were some
what hampered on defense by the loss of two of the front lIne stalwarts Larry Yount and Elden Collms due to In1urIes and the Cougars went on to
score two more touchdowns before the fInal gun
The old Hart IINX prevaIled agam thIs year Mr HerrIll termed the turnlng POINT of the game as the long pass that hIt for a touchdown Iust as
the gun went oft and ended the TITST hall Flllmore came back and played Hart to a standstlll In the second hall but they had already scored two touch
downs on us and we wound up on the short end of a 19 8 score Hart s All CIF taIlback lohn Sheeler dId most of the damage lor the lndrans through
out the whole game
llueneme-After playIng a mIserabIe flfSt half In whIch the VIkIngs held the Flashmen to a scoreless tIe FIIlmore went In and talked thmgs over
an hslll tIme came out all lIred up and promptly rolled up a 33 6 wIn The Leon to Collms combInatIon clIcked for three touchdowns and broke
t e I Ings back
San Marcos The Homecomlng game of the year After another slow llfst half the Flashmen demolrshed the Royals 286 ThIs was defInItely the
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CamarIllo-Plagued by the heat FIllmore took a lrttle whsle to get rolIIng less Leon was somewhat hampered by a strong wInd but was stIll able
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touchdown only frve plays after they galned possesslon of the ball COIIIHS went over from the Ranger thIrty yard lIne after some lIne runmng by the
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they vote upon those who, in their estimation, were the best players of the six
teams. This year three of our players attained this great honor.
Reggie Ruiz was an outstanding player at center on offense, and did a rugged
job as tackle on defense. less Leon was our star backfield man at quarterback,
and he played tremendously at defensive halfback. Elden Collins was a brilliant
pass catcher. With his powerful spring, he was the worry of every defensive coach
in the league. We believe that three words sum up our feeling towards these fine
athletes, "Well done, boys!"
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The 1.V. coaches, feeling that the practice games should be
used as such, gave everyone a chance to play during this period
and thus were badly beaten. However, this was not indicative of
the whole season's outcome, for the boys were used in positions
unfamiliar to many of them. At the start of league play, the
5 team jelled as a unit and later brought Fillmore its second 1.V.
Championship in three years.
Fillmore beat long-time rival Hart 13-0. The team played a
basically solid game and were victorious for the third straight
time in the present series.
Already thinking that they were champions, the l.V.s let down
and were on the short end of a 12-0 score at halftime in the
Hueneme game. The 1.V.'s had racked up nine first downs to
Hueneme's zero and yet were being beaten. After a halftime talk,
the team came out and barely escaped defeat with a 13-12
victory. A kick-otf to the two yard line by Roy Molina and a
Assistant Coach Howard Cook looks on as Head Coach Bill Brisby dia- Sensational 0Ut'0f'b0Und5 punt on the thfQ9'Y3fd line by TUIW
grams the winning play used in the Camarillo game to co-captains Bob Aguirre gave the l.V.'S Ihelr two 0pp0r1UllItl8S to SCOIC.
Dem' and Edfhe Vbfffa- Mr. Brisby and Mr. Cook termed the San Marcos game as the
outstanding defensive game by any two teams all season. It
wasn't until the second quarter that Fillmore was able to push
over the lone tally of the game. However, the last quarter the
Flashes had the situation well in hand and threatened to score
on other occasions but were unable to do so due to untimely
Camarillo managed to go through the 1.V.'s defense as if it
wasn't there the first time they got possession of the ball. The
outcome at this point looked very dim. However, Fillmore came
back with a touchdown as soon as they got possession, and the
oo a game settled down to a defensive battle until the middle ol the
' ' third quarter. At this point, a sensational fake-run pass, from
Phillip Tovar to Art Munoz, gave Fillmore their second touch-
down and broke the game open. Final score-19-6.
Nordhoff had the scrappiest teams the .l.V.'s faced all season
but were badly outmannedg this proved to be the deciding factor
in the game. After the half, at which time the score was 6-6, Fill-
more came out and powered over two more touchdowns and as
the final gun was sounded realized their season's ambition. They
were the league champs!
FIRST ROW: Danny Beltran, manager: Gilbert Lewis, David Dollar, Bruce Wilcox, Pat Askren, lim Avance, Bill McGregor, lohn Maddux, Paul Menke,
Phil Hawkins, John Cabral, Eddie Lozano. SECOND ROW: Harold McDowell, John Yount, Tony Aguirre, Vernon Crowe, Don Southwick, Larry Bailey, H. R.
Sayre, Roy Molina, Nelson Somers, Bob Bigham, Randy Wade, loe Viramontez, Phil Young, Leonard Morris. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Yount, Cecil Decker,
Ron Godfrey, Ron Wilson, Bob Deeter, Dave Ward, lohn Arundell, Art Munoz, Eddie Ybarra, Phillip Tovar, John Rios, lim Hanna, Mason Powell, Carlos
Gonzales, Alfred Moreno, Danny Myers, manager.
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with the cross-country team this year. ln his
first year at Fillmore High he coached the
boys to the Frontier League l.V. Champion-
ship and came very close to copping the var-
All boys who like to run should go out tor
cross-country. It the school can keep the in-
terest in cross-country on the up-swing, we
will be able to have many winning teams in
the years to come. We can be proud ol these
boys this year and let's try to get more boys
out and running next tall!
FIRST ROW: Don Woodward, Paul Gritz, Harley Cowans, Keith Macbultee Stephen Beal Mr Steward SECOND ROW Curtis Goodenough Willard Harper
Bill Hill Charlie Sanchez, lohn Soto, lunior Gurrola, Manuel Romero THIRD ROW Richard Collins manager Larry Trttsworth Henry Kreissl Norbert
Rresgo Oel Cappel, Bob Beal, Victor Yzaguirre.
Here is Coach Toolie Palmer explaining to Captains Dan Bowlin
and Elden Collins the rudiments of the game
Playing one of the hardest strings of practice games in the history of the school Fill-
more had rough going in the early part of the basketball season. After suffering several
defeats and being ousted from their own tournament in the first round Toolies quintet
settled down and decided to p'ay some basketball. The team won every league game
except the league final against San Marcos in which the first string did not participate.
Nonetheless our reserves played the Royals to a standstill the first half.
The Flashes advanced to the second round in the C.l.F. playoffs defeating Mater Dei
46-47 and then losing by almost the same score to Burroughs ot China Lake 46-48. The
team played such an outstanding brand of ball the whole season that they won a unique
distinction. The league coaches voted three members of the starting five to the first team
all-league Garlan Lemons Elden Collins and Dan Bowlin while the other two starters
less Leon and Bruce Gibby received honorable-mention honors. To wind up this great
season, Elden Collins received All-C.I.F. 2nd team honors in the AA Division.
The starting live: Bruce Gibby, Guard: Dan Bowlin, Forward: Elden Collins, Center: less Leon, Forward: Garlan Lemons, Guard.
Here's our distinctive five giving out with that good old winner's
smile. These young men worked hard to have a winning season, and
we at Fillmore High think that they truly deserved to be All-League.
With Elden Collins, Dan Bowlin, and Garlan Lemons getting All-League
and less Leon and Bruce Gibby taking Honorable Mention honors, we
came close to the impossible task ol placing all five on the honorary
lirst team. These players worked well as a unit and came through in
the clinches. Congratulations to you, Mr. Palmer, as coach ol this
line unit, and to you boys that were each an important cog in this
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The 1960 "C" team made up in desire and com-
petitive drive what it lacked in size and experience.
All games were played with a tremendous show
of team spirit. Their last two league games were
against the co-champions, which they lost by a
combined total of six points. This "C" team was
not the greatest Fillmore ever had, but there will
always be a warm spot in the heart of Fillmore
High for this rugged little team.
FIRST ROW: Bob Cox, Toby Gritz, Bill Walden, Dwight Moore, Iunior Gurrola. SECOND ROW: Curtis Adams, Curtis Goodenough, Wayne Fore, Jesse
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At the begrnnrng of the season most coaches plan and dream ot what therr team
wrll do rn the future Above you see the coaches thrnkmg about marks whrch at the
time seemed far beyond the reach of our team As the season progressed two of
these marks were bettered and the others drdnt seem so unrealrstuc after all In all
the team broke seven school records and erght league records
The team clrmaxed the most successful track season rn Frllmores hrstory by
wrnnmg both the Varsity and B class champronshrps and also placrng second rn the
The tune record ot this years squad can be attrrbuted to the desrre to wrn the
wrll to work and frnally the fact that the squad contained an exceptional amount
Our team can be proud not only of therr track accomplrshments but of therr hugh
team sprnt good sportsmanshrp and the tune manner rn whrch they represented
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ger. SECOND ROW: Don Smith, Elden Collins, Mike Schield, Mason Powell, Bill Simmons, Kenneth Kerkins, Lyndel Anderson, Larry Carrell, Louis Delgado,
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Team captains and league record breakers,
Elden Collins and Charles Merrill.
For the second successive year Fillmore has captured the Varsity
League Championship. The team came through with a sensational
effort, shattering six league records, tying one, and overwhelming
their nearest rival by a score of 82.7 to 37.9. Out of twenty-four places,
the team qualified fifteen for the C.l.F. preliminaries.
Throughout the season the team showed good over-all strength by
winning all league meets and by defeating Santa Paula and Ventura.
They also made a very good showing against Santa Barbara, the win-
ner of the Channel League.
ln the "20-30" Invitational Meet the team set a new record in the
shuttle hurdle relay 156.83 and a new record in the 440 relay.
The team's hard work and desire to win resulted in the best track
team ever produced at Fillmore High School.
FIRST ROW: Stanley Pearce, Jesse Bustos, lohn Soto, Alfonso Gaitan, lohn Gritz Don Main lim Hubbard SECOND ROW James Hanna Larry Trtts
worth, John Lemley, Bob Marston, Rodney Robinson, George Penrod, Allan Horn Carlos Gonzales Dwayne Cox
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This year's "B" squad can boast of two maior accomplishments. One
is that five members of the "B" squad were loaned to the varsity to
make their sensational victory possible. In spite of this, in the league
finals the "B"s were able to overpower the expected winner and closest
opponent by a score of 52 to 40.5.
llt the end of the qualifying meet, Fillmore was destined, it seemed,
to place second, but the Fillmore rooters witnessed the team rise to
the occasion and far surpass all expectations to easily gain their second
Frontier victory in three years.
During the season the "B" squad set a new 660 Relay record
l1:09.8l and a "B" Distance Medley record 16:24.61 at the Hart lnvi-
tationals, as well as a 440 Relay record 444.25 in the Easter Relays
against 59 competitive schools. This team also set three records in
the league finals.
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SECOND ROW: Harvey Hopkins, Wayne Fore, Bill Hill, limmie Avance, Larry Perkins, Curtis Goodenough, Bill McGregor, Bill Aulich, Bob Campbell.
Dick Miller: outstanding point-getter and
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and "B" squads, they performed far beyond expectation, in the league
finals, winning second place.
One member ol the "C" squad was moved up to the "B"s and con-
tributed twelve points toward the B-Championship but in doing this
his strength was lost to the "C" squad. Also, other "C"s participated
as "B"s in distance events and because of the valuable experience
gained will figure prominently in future Fillmore championships.
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The Varsity batted an even .500 this year. After starting out the
baseball season at a hot pace, the Fillmore Varsity seemed to cool
off. The team played good, consistent ball until they played Hart
for the first time. Riding a 3-game league winning streak going into
this game, the Flashes went down to defeat and also down went
their hopes of winning the league championship. Individually they
had some outstanding players: Dan Bowlin, Don Myers, and Sopho-
more Dave Ward being the workhorses ol the team.
After losing to Hart, the team just didn't seem able to put
together their fielding and hitting to get a winning combination.
We wish to commend the team for their excellent show of sports-
manship and team play.
FIRST ROW lohn Hackler manager Sam Bennett George Searcy, Floyd Murrell, Ruben Carrillo, Ruben Tovar. Eddie Ybarra, Roy Meyers, manager
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The l.V. baseball team started off the year by beating the Santa Paula l.V.'s, 3-2. Mr. Creed stated that the team
was well balanced, with good pitching, and had a very successful season. The team was young, starting five to six
freshmen all the time.
The l.V.'s came out second in the league, having a 7-3 record. They played good, sound ball, and were only beaten
because of their lack of experience. Many times they won their games anyway by substituting desire and spirit for
know-how. However, Mr. Creed feels that Mr. Ertman will be able to look forward to having two or three of the boys
on the Varsity Team next year. The l.V.'s played good baseball and represented our school well. Congratulations,
team, on a job well done.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Creed, Don Southwick, Phillip Tovar, Paul Menke, Eddie Lozano, Arthur Sanchez, Frank Ibarra, Richard Ballard. SECOND ROW: Vernon
Crowe, Bob Bigham, Steve Kirby, lohn Rios, Norbert Riesgo, Art Medina, Ron Godfrey, Gary Maior, lim Torres.
Tennis at Fillmore High in 1960 showed a vast improvement over
the previous year's achievement.
Wins over Moorpark, Camarillo and close matches with San Marcos,
Santa Paula and Ventura attest to the progress made by our racket
men. Much ol the team's success must be accredited to Bob Walden,
our number one singles player, and the doubles play of Nicky Madsen
and Dan Miller.
Further progress is expected next year upon the return of Bruce
Gibby, Bob Miller, Nicky Madsen, Ricky Cadena, Bill Walden and Denny
One ol the real privileges enioyed by the team was the presence on
the squad of Henry Kreissl. Henry's sense ot fair play, his enjoyment
ol competition and will to win was an inspiration to all of us. We wish
him well as he returns to his native land to continue his studies. We
hope that during his busy schedule he will from time to time be able to
get in a set or two.
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FIRST ROW: Ricky Cadena, Dennis Bartels, Bill Walden, Henry Kreissl, Nick Madsen, Tom Cowans. SECOND ROW Bruce Gibby Bill Wilson Dan
Miller, Coach Palmer, Robert Miller, Bob Walden.
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The Senior High G.A.A. has been very busy this -
year. They started off the year with play days at
Hart and Ventura in which they rated very high.
Alter these activities they put on the Christmas
Formal, Silver Bells, which was a very impressive
event with beautiful decorations and a superb
band. After this event was Fillmore's own playday,
which was a big hit with the girls ol the schools
The G.A.A. has activities every Monday and Tuesday Q
after school, their sports including softball, basket-
ball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, and speedball.
The idea of G.A.A. is to create sportsmanship and
companionship among the girls. Miss Emily Wal-
ters, the adviser, has done a wonderful job. She is
to be complimented on her work in G.A.A.
G.A.A. Board Members: FIRST ROW: Diane Deeter, President: Martha Fansler, Senior
Representative: Linda Grande, Treasurer: Julia Preciado, Vice President. SECOND ROW:
Connie Nichols, Sophomore Representative: Karen Madsen, Freshman Representative:
Carol Morris, Sports Manager: Margaret Graham, Social Chairman.
FIRST ROW: Suzie Wilson, Olelia Sanchez, Nancy Kozar, Evelyn Gonzalez, Carol Gonzalez, Lupe Cervantez, Rosie Coronado, Eleanor Rodriguez, Lucy
Alcozar. SECOND ROW: Carol Preciado, Linda Grande, Connie Nichols, Karen Dunst, Karen Madsen, Diane Deeter, Dolores Preciado, Irene Sanchez,
Connie Alcozar, Marie Gonzalez, Violet Williams, Billie Taylor. THIRD ROW: Miss Walters, Advisor: Andrea Gonzalez, lulia Preciado, Martha Fansler,
Carol Morris, Charlotte Lemley, Sue Walker, Jayne Hight, Ronda Fairfield, Kathy Wagner, Donna DeFever, Cecilia Roatcap, Nancy Richardson.
a Q 'J The B.A.A. had a very busy time this year. The boys par-
ticipated in intramural games of basketball, football, base-
ball, and track. They also had interscholastic competition in
football and basketball with Hart and Briggs, posting a sea-
son record of five wins and five losses. There were three
track meets in which the B.A.A. competed, the Santa Paula
Lions' Club Invitational, the Fillmore Lions' Club Invitational
and the Hart Junior High Invitational. Our boys walked away
with the Varsity crown in all three meets.
Mr. Allan Coates, adviser, stated that there are some
eighty to ninety boys in B.A.A. at the present time. The
outlook has been good tor B.A.A., with more boys partici-
pating in the future as the keynote of success. Mr. Coates is
to be congratulated on the wonderful work he has done to
help better these boys physically and to teach them good
sportsmanship at school in all that they do.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Victor Westerberg, 7th Grade Representative:
Bill Bigham, Secretary: Jeff Walden, Znd Vice President: John
Cook, President: Clyde Morton, 1st Vice President: Mike Mize,
8th Grade Representative: and Mr. Allan Coates, Adviser.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Coates, Clyde Morton, Mike Mize, John Cook, Bill Bigham,Jeff Walden, Ken Hunter, Tom Hays, Cary Matthews, Fred Chisholm, Danny
Mackey, Vernon Lemons, John Mayhew, Larry Suttle, Dennis Allred. SECOND ROW: Larry Beaty, Allen Vaughn, Kenneth Foster, Allen King, Timmy Long,
Mike Lynch, Glenn Miller, Gerold Scantlin, Jerry Taylor, Clarence Ballinger, Sam Parris, Don Deeter, Larry Murrell, Ross Wileman, David Bergen. THIRD
ROW: Merle Reynolds, Paul Butler, David Hardison, Bob Everett, Larry Stewart, Mike LaRoche, Kenny Bigger, Ronny Meza, Jim Baker, John Schleimer,
Phillip Fairbanks, Mickey Gibby, Reynaldo Rivera, Jackie Blagg, David Gunter. FOURTH ROW: Richard Macias, Larry Carpenter, Jim Ballard, Robert
Ortega, Cecil Krieger, Bill Lander, Auston Burson, George Styles, George Reid, Ronny Strawn, Larry Tepezano, Don Hart, Harold Kays, John Lamey.
FIFTH ROW: Danny Esquivel, John Munoz, Martin Munoz, Gabriel Asenas, Bruce Ward, Larry Stevens, Robert Linville, Guy Orr, Frank Carrillo, Joe Reyes,
Robert Macias, Jeff Hansen, Pat Casas, Jim Data, Nicky Tague, Bill Arrasmith.
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The G.II.A. had a very successful year, being
topped by the annual Sciteltha, the largest yet to
date. The mothers and fathers joined in the ban-
quet by serving refreshments and then the awards
were given to the girls.
Many activities were participated in this year,
including line soccer, basketball, tumbling, mod-
ern dance, and softball. These girls have their
meetings in the morning before school, proving
that they really have a great interest in G.II.II.
FIRST ROW: Carlene Gilleland, 7th Grade Representative: Barbara Thomas,
President: Charlotte Barksdale, Secretary: Denise Day, Vice President. SEC-
OND ROW: ludy Wiley, 8th Grade Representative: Barbara Greeng8th
Grade Representative: Virginia Lash, Sports Manager: Eleanor Beach,
Bulletin Board Manager: Mrs. Sarah Menke, Adviser.
FIRST ROW: Barbara Green, Charlotte Barksdale, Marlys De Vore, Betty Pardenbery, Carlene Gilleland, Virginia Lash, ludy Wiley, Eleanor Beach, Bar-
bara Thomas, Denise Day, Sherry Sullivan, Cathleen Baker, Cecelia Alvarado. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Menke, Linda Cantrell, Linda Aulich, Vivian Town-
send, Tana Meiser, Maria Casas, Benita Esparza, Shirley Lash, Nancy Mcltitchens, Linda Jackson, Susan Amey, Louise McDowell, Valerie Finckley,
Sandy Warring, Linda Madsen, Phyllis Krska. THIRD ROW: Katy Carrillo, Barby Wade, lean Hunt, Mary Root, Candy Michel, Sandy Michel, Patty Burson,
Royetta Hungate, Sandra Avance, Nancy Avey, Teresa Mann, Martha Headley, Susan Southwick, Diane Southwick.
The Homecoming Queen and her court are chosen by the
varsity and junior varsity football teams to preside over the
homecoming game of the year. These beautiful girls reigned
over the halftime ceremonies of the game and also after
the game at the dance, where the queen is officially crowned.
Miss Sue Walker, the queen, came to this town just this
year and rapidly gained popularity, as noted by her being
chosen as the queen of homecoming.
This wonderful event topped off by the teams winning
over our opponent San Marcos will long be remembered
as one of the most colorful and memorable homecomings
in the history of Fillmore High.
Here are the Best Boy and Girl Athletes Elden Collins and Julia Preclado
sneaking in a little extra practice on their favorite UT sport between classes
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Freshman Princess and Sue Easterwood lumor Princess
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The Best Girl Athlete award is given to the girl voted
upon by the GAA as the outstanding senior girl athlete
The Best Boy Athlete honor is given to the boy voted upon
by the coaches of all sports as the outstanding senior boy
You will have to travel a long long way to find two ath
letes that deserve this award more than our own lulia
Preciado and Elden Collins lulla is very adept at all sports
especially in basketball and track She is currently taking a
business course in school and will go on to higher and better
things we are sure when she graduates in lune with the
class of 60 Elden is practically Mr All everythrng,you name
it in sports and there he is He made All league in football
and basketball and is currently working to better his times
in the high and low hurdles in which he holds the school
records His great desire to make good has made him a
We wish to express our sincere gratitude to these two fine
athletes for the examples that they have set to the Fillmore
High School students in both spirit and sportsmanship
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Every year the young men and women athletes look forward to the athletic banquet. After a
most enjoyable dinner, the athletes receive their varsity letters. Mr. Fagan, the Commissioner of
the C.l.F., was the after-dinner speaker. He paid Fillmore High School the highest compliments
by stating that we have one of the best schools, both in sportsmanship and athletics- He also
commented that this type of feeling in sportsmanship helps to turn out better young men and
women who will go into the business world alter graduating from high school. Congratulations
on a fine athletic season, and may we have many more like it.
Here the athletes enjoy their meal at the banquet. To the right ot Charles Merrill at the head table is Mr. Ken Fagan, Commissioner of C I F
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These luve gurls compose one ol Fullmore Hugh Schools newest athletuc sensatuons the Gurls Relay Team
They are trom left to rught Euleen Lechler Barbara Wulluams lulua Precuado Karen Dunst and substutute
Furst competutuon entered un by the Gurls Relay Team was at the Russell
Cup meet Saturday Aprul 23 1960 Thus was the lurst year gurls were unvuted
to enter the Russell Cup meet Fullmore sent one relay team composed of the
gurls puctured above In the 440 relay event nune teams entered Out of these
nune our team placed furst
Interest un track and held was spurred on by thus vuctory These luve gurls
then applued lor and receuved theur Amateur Athletuc Unuon Card whuch entutled
them to enter meets preparung forthe 1960 Olympucs
The followung AAU meets sponsored by the Southern Pacufuc Assocuatuon were
Sunday May lst Bellflower Hugh School
Relay Team Furst place
Euleen Lechler Thurd un 100 yard dash
Sunday May 22 Woodrow Wulson Hugh School Los Angeles
Relay Team Thurd place
lulua Precuado-Furst un baseball throw
Sunday May 29 Carpunterua Hugh School
Relay team Fourth place
Euleen Lechler Thurd un runnung broad rump
Saturday lune 11th Woodrow Wulson Hugh School
Relay team Fourth place
lulua Precuado-Thurd un the baseball throw
At these meets the gurls had an opportunuty to meet some of the women
and gurls who wull be representung the Unuted States un the 1960 Olympucs at
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This is the line-up of contestants for the 1960-61 Student Council. FIRST ROW: Marilyn Barnes, Linda Grande, Karen Baldwin, Dave Ward,
Nick Madsen, Eleanor Rodriguez, Mary Ann Wilson, Lynn Davis. SECOND ROW: Sue Easterwood, Ann McFarland, Bruce Gibby, lohn Lemley,
Gary Beckman, Joe Cook, Cecilia Roatcap, and ludy Rogers.
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Here are a lew examples of the posters the candidates made for this year's election. The students put in a lot of time on these posters
and turned out some ol the best ones ever made.
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Winners ot the Student Council Election are as follows: Eleanor Rodriguez, Commissioner ot Finance, Mary Ann Wilson, Commissioner of
Entertainment, Ann McFarland, Vice President, Joe Cook, Commissioner of Athletics, Dave Ward, Speaker of the House, Judy Rogers, Com-
missioner ol Advertisement, Bruce Gibby, Student Body President, and Linda Grande, Secretary. Pictured above from left to right are Eleanor
Rodriguez, Mary Ann Wilson, Linda Grande, Bruce Gibby, Ann McFarland, loe Cook, and Dave Ward.
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The boys wait impatiently for their basketball championship charms as "TooIie"
gives them recognition. BELOW: Art Dawson presents Ben with a gift for his
eighteen years of trusted service.
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Here are Sandra McCreery, '59 representative, and
Billie Mae Price, '60 representative, thinking of all
the fun at Girls' State.
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Every year about the end of the third quarter or the beginning
of the fourth quarter, two junior students, a boy and a girl, are
chosen to represent our school at Girls' and Boys' State. To be
worthy of this honor they must display characteristics of high
moral standards and scholastic achievement. The choice of these
students is made by a group of faculty members.
This program, sponsored by the American Legion, tries to
instill in the minds of these representatives a sense of good
citizenship and a better understanding of the function of our
state and national governments.
During the summer these students spend an all-expense-paid
week at the Fair Grounds in Sacramento. They live in converted
cowbarns which they divide into various cities. These "cities"
are governed by the students themselves, who set up their own
laws and enforce them. During the week they also hold mock
party conventions and presidential elections. The value received
from this experience is immeasurable, since the students themselves
have participated in governmental procedure. Our representatives
will relay some of these experiences next fall to the rest of the
students when they give a full report of Girls' and Boys' State.
Here's Art Dawson, '59 representative, "stinging a
little bull," trying to persuade Bruce Gibby, '60
representative, that they don't really live in cowbarns
but that they were named after a man named
"Barnes." Won't Bruce be surprised?
All-night Party chair-
man, Mr. Walden, is
presented a gift from
the seniors for his
fine work in organiz-
ing this affair.
Newton Perry brought along with his
band two girls to entertain throughout
the show. They sang and did various
To break the monotony of just dancing,
prizes were given which ranged from
wallets to portable radios.
The All-night Party was brought to a
close by breakfast. As the "alumni"
left the hall they took with them mem-
ories of their high school career.
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was heard as the seniors fought for
balloons filled with money.
To conclude Senior Week, the lunior-
Senior Prom is held. Here we see the
entrance which has been nicely dec-
orated by the lunior Class.
enior uen fri
At Baccalaureate the seniors stand in
readiness as they wait for the Reverend
Ord Gehman to give the invocation.
One ol the highlights of Senior Week
is the Rotary luncheon. Here the sen-
iors listen to John Morley, guest
Slleaker, talk on Russian problems.
Inside students and
friends dance to the
music of "The Melo-
deers." For many
seniors this is their
last prom at Fillmore
Here we have the seniors receiving their
caps and gowns. This is when they first
realize THE day is near.
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Mr. Glen Stull
Mr. Glen Stull, who has been teaching history at Fillmore for
thirty-seven years, will retire this year. He began his teaching career
at Fillmore in 1923 as a temporary job and has been here ever
since. No other teacher in our school's fifty-one year history has
equaled his length of senrice.
His first, and only, teaching post has been at Fillmore. Mr. Stull
has been head of Fillmore's adult education set-up for the past
nineteen years. He served as vice-principal from 1928 to 1932 and
now is head of the Social Studies Department.
He was born in New York and grew up with his three brothers and
a sister in a small town called Little Genessee. The family moved
to Oregon in 1908 and then to California in 1915.
While studying at the University of Southern California, Mr. Stull
entered the army. His service record is outstanding. Among his
honors he was awarded the second highest honor the United States
can give a man in the service-the Silver Star. He received this
award as a result of offensive tactics in the Battle of Argonne during
World War I. After the war Mr. Stull resumed his studies at U.S.C.,
where he received his teaching credentials.
Mr. Stull taught children of his first students and says that now
he has started teaching their grandchildren. Among his many students
over the years were his own two children. Mr. Stull has taught ap-
proximately two thousand ofthe school's 2,531 graduates.
Mr. Stull's kindness and friendliness will be remembered by his
many students at Fillmore High. We hope that he will enjoy to the
utmost the years ahead when he has more leisure time. We wish
him great happiness as he travels about in his new trailer, but we
hope he keeps Fillmore as his home base. We still want to meet him
and call out, "Hello, Mr. Stull!"
Mr. Ben Ridenbaugh
Ben Ridenbaugh, head custodian at Fillmore High School since
1949, is retiring this year after eighteen years and four months of
service. During the years Ben has served Fillmore High he has seen
the beginning and completion of every one of our campus' building
improvements with the exception of the Girls' Gym.
Ben, who plans to make his home in San Luis Obispo to be "closer
to the fishing spots," has been a resident of this community since
his discharge after twenty-three months of senrice in World War I.
A native of Rushvill, Indiana, he attended military school and then
came to the West Coast in 1911.
He was employed at the Texas Company refinery here for ten
years before coming to our school as custodian. When Bobby Stiles
retired on June 16, 1949, he was promoted to the job he is vacating
Ben's two sons, Bill and Ben, lr., were both born and brought up
here in Fillmore. Bill is now employed by the government at San
Pedro, and Ben, lr., is a member of the loan department staff of
the First National Bank at Santa Cruz.
Ben says he has enjoyed seeing the school plant grow and that
he hasn't regretted a day working for Fillmore High School. He added
he has appreciated the way the students have treated him and he
will miss each and every one of them next year.
During the past eighteen years the faculty and students alike have
become fond of Ben. His cheery smile and friendly attitude are
truly going to be missed in the years to come.
On behalf of the whole student body, the annual staff would like
to take this opportunity to thank Ben for the many years of service
he has given to our school.
We wlsh to express our thanks to Mr
Conrad McMrIIan for hrs artrstrc contrr
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The 1960 Copa de Oro statt expresses Its thanks for the
cooperation and assrstance which made thrs edlhon of our
annual possible to
MR HOWARD COOK ADVISER AND PHOTO PRINTER
MISS ALICE HANSEN PROOFREADING
MRS RITA GARFIELD IOURNALISM GUIDANCE
MR CONRAD McMILLAN COVER DESIGN AND ART WORK
MRS HOWARD COOK HOMECOMING DANCE
VENTURA MUSICIANS UNION 581
MUSIC FOR HOMECOMING DANCE
Th many others who have unselflshly contributed to the
success of our annual
impact which leads us into our educa-
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