Fullerton Junior College - Torch Yearbook (Fullerton, CA)

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FULLERTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Fullerton, California - LH o- CLASSES, p. p. 26-73 or " Through the clouded mir- ror of memory, the events of the year just passed re- turn again and again . . . seen darkly . . . indistinctly . . . shadowy reflections of moments gone . . . but never forgotten. " ACTIVITIES, p.p. 74-99 V a -jy- .1 — i, CLUBS, p.p. 100-121 SPORTS, p.p. 122-155 ADVERTISING, p.p. 156-168 D t i I C MRS. ESTHER HATCH a ' iiI close a teaching career of 3 8 years as she retires from Fullerton Junior College this year. a t L Cr a This year marks the close of the teaching careers of three outstanding in- structors at Fullerton Junior College — Mrs. Esther Hatch, Miss Geneva John- son, and Dr. Albert Williams. After giving the greaier part of their lives to Hornetville, they hove decided to leave us . . . and the loss is indeed ours. Miss Johnson (right) came to Fullerton in 1921, after receiving her A.B. from Whittier College and her M.A. from Stanford. At FJC she hos taught for eign languages and has been sponsor of the Spanish Club. Dr. Williams (below) came to Fullerton in 1924, after working two years in the petroleum industry. At Fullerton J.C. he has taught physical sciences, serving as chairman of the department m 1952. He received his B.S. and M.S. from Oklahoma University, and his Ph.D. from the University of California. Mrs. Hatch came to Fullerton in 1927 as an instructor in English, and be- came the first Dean of Women in 1928. She directed 63 major stage pro- ductions, plus countless other shows and programs. In 1938 she organized the Associated Women Students and later was instrumental in establish- ment of the first college social center. Since 1951, Mrs. Hatch has turned more of her time to counseling and the Hornet " Y " . All three instructors are pillars on which the coll ege was built. They will be missed greatly. c omnuA (left) With the big gym m full use this year for the first time, the wolkways over the gym became ma I or thoroguhfores. The long walkways that cross the campus echoed to the hurrying footsteps of a record-breaking 2219 students this year. The hub of the 67-acre (left ' The science building — where budding chem- ists brewed smelly concoctions and biologists carved up sharks — was the fastest growing department on campus as students jammed classrooms and laboratories into the late afternoons. Lmh (right) The quief upper hallway in the ad building was the center of the social science ond English activities. campus was the administration building. The heart of the campus was the expansive lawns, rows of magnolia trees and colorful flower beds. (right) The buzzer sounds and a flood of students pours down the stairways of the Business Education building. h H»- (belowl ' he sunken lawn area south of the patio, long the favorite ' - • nioce of FJC students, was sacrificed to progress dent center got under way (above) Well before Christmas the new $443,000 library- classroom building foundation and tilt-up walls were poured. Lam ih Cf ImrnDw The school year 1956-57 was one of rapid physical growth at Hornetville. New buildings sprung up, a now football practice field and pool went into use, the J fields were seeded to grass, the parking lOT norm of the i -rved, and the new track begun. (below) The new wings of the gym, housing a classroom and the colleges first health center, went into use during the fall term. 12 JijhkL OuirfmAbwiij Logan W. Wheatley Assistant Superintendent T. Stanley Warburton Superintendent John W. Mann Administrative Assistant t D. Gordon AAcComber Board President Virgil G. Morf Board Member Francis N. Laird Board Member E. William Wylie Board Clerk Joe W. Johnson Board Member Wallace J. Riutcel Business Manager 13 14 u ' lmbn d CSmt le D GORDON C. MELGREN Dean of Instruction, Guidance mnh RALPH R. SNYDER Dean of Admissions, Records MARGUERITE WATERS Dean of Women Under the direction of Dr. Sheller, four deans supervise every phase of campus life. Dean Melgren works our the program of instruction; Dean Snyder takes care of registra- tion and placement; Dean Waters supervises all v om- en s activities and college so- cial affairs; and Dean AAalm tends men s activities and athletics IVAN C. MALM Dean of Men 15 r i;i.: ei Arnold Soc Science Gerald Baden Science John Blakemore Soc. Science Vaughn Brown Math. Don Brunskill Bus. Ed. Chm Pauline Buzzel Nusing Ed. Coordinator J A i . t Alan Carter Moth. Jack Chapman English Hum, Chm. Mary Chapman Advt. and Merch. Hallie Chase Assf. Nursing Coordinator n Robert Bos Soc. Studies John Cannon Science A, 1 Oron Breeli ' d ' - " Phy. Ed " ' - ' Nancy Carmich Chief Librar t y, Ed instructor John Clayton checks the dis section technique of Joanne Males anc Robert Jones. f 1 ' . si -Jean Clawson Nursing Ed. John Clayton Science John Collins Bus. Ed. ■fC ' jria Bud Da A son Phy. Ed. Herbert Dropkin Science Ira Dudley Language rooibj William Eagan Soc. Science Martha Ehlen Language Business Instructor Mildred Folk (left] watches students Nancy Norberg and Carol Serfas use new switchboard equip- ment Alice Coppess Nursing Ed. Dr. Samuel Cortez Science Earl Dysinger Audio-Visual Florence Dysinger Phy. Ed. Mildred Folk Bus. Ed. James Findley Soc. Science 17 Margaret Franks Nursing Ed. Gladys Fried Nursing Ed. Denver Gai Speech Robert Gates Science Teachers duties olso include The plonnmg of compus addi- tions Here, hbrorions Nancy Carmichael and Lots McClure (right) check plans of the new librory-clossroom building with building inspector ond Director Lynn Sheller Russell Graham Soc. Science Chester Gromocki Tech. Trades : Howard Ha Journalism Ruby Horrod Bus. Ed. Esther Hatch English 18 Dallas Hazelton Tech. Trades Kenneth Helvey Music Lucille Hinkle Art Mary Hodgdon Art Leiand Hollenberg Science Indulging m a coffee break are technical Trade insfructors William Shedd. Marsholl Simarf nnd Dallas Hazelton Paul Ingham Music Geneva Johnson Language Jean Kennedy Phy. Ed. William Klaustermeyer Soc. Science Arthur Kochman Tech. Trades Lee Korf Theater Arts ■ •« . Robert La Masler Music Harold Larsson Science Philip LeRoss Soc. Science Chm. Lois McClure Asst. Librarian Mfc 111 |l !■ Robert McCormick Tech. Trades Jetty McKown Home Ec. Evelyn Maddox Nursing Ed. Margaret Manire Health Service Henry Mansfield Math Gene Martin Phy. Ed. William Meyer English ' » I Merrill Moreman Soc. Science Olive Morris Voc. Nursing William Nash English Nora Naur Bus. Ed. Harry Nuffer Science Alex Omalev Phy, Ed. Orpho Oravetz Nursing Ed. Dr. Orington Ramsay Betty Ribol English Math C: Jj ' ' ' C K Ml Iq Fletcher Palmer Science Ralph Porter Tech. Trades 20 Harold Richardson Eldon Rodieck Charles Ruby Elwyn Saferite Mabel Saunders English Agriculture Soc. Science Tech. Trades Nursing Ed. r. Clarence Schneider English Dick Scotf Soc, Science George Seeley Science William Shedd Tech. Trades Esther Shelton Soc. Science The tntncacies of the Science Building electrical board is explained to Selwyn Walker and Ken Marx by instructor George Seeley Marshall Simart Tech. Trades Donald Sirioni Tech. Trades David Smith English James Smith Phy. Ed. 21 i Ralph Smith Raymond Smith Ernest Soper Sonoro Spencer Charles Sfeokley Bus Ed. Moth Tech. Trades Dental Ed. Soc. Science Spencer Strader Alva Straw Edward Sumner Irma Tapp Agriculture Bus. Ed. Tech. Trades Chm. Bus. Ed. Marshall Treat Science Kathryn Tucker Home Ec. Vincent Vigus Tech. Trades Ernest VonGruenigen Science Osborne Wheeler Howard Wilson Dr. Albert Williams Dr. Elizabeth Wright Floyd Younger Coordinator of Bus. Ed. Science Science Science Counseling Chm. Marjorie Farmer Sec. to Director Irma Garner Sec. to Deans Charmoin Krause Attn. Clerk Barbara Richards Adm. Sec. ..lanlyn Guss Recording Sec. ■A, Ellen Forbes Soc. Sci. Sec. Grace Kotake Asst. Attn. Sec. AAary Lou Bentjen Asst. Rec. Sec. Hazel Peterson Library Clerk Nancy Brumley Counseling Sec. Francene Norris Bus. Ed. Sec. Roselia Szalkowski Library Clerk Barbara Peak P.E. Sec. Carolyn Conner P.E. Sec. Noel Jacobson Audio-Visual Sec. Thelma Roth Hive Manoger Presiding over the coffee urn and mait machines this year, were (top) Mae Wood- ward, Mollie Bronnin, and Ella Struvee, (Below) Florence Frydenlund, Eva Lee, Mary King, and Thelmo Taylor. book k{jM Cheerfully dispensing school supplies this year were, Jessie Ott, Mar jorie Reed, and Louise Coliguire. 24 Richard Hobson Student Manager mm£A Mnr a CUSTODIANS Thomas Hightower, Louis Vargas, Herman Trotter (lead custodian). CUSTODIANS Garfield O ' Neal, Cecil Cannon, Charles Polley. 25 c eA " If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest. " B. Franklin •N . ' Vice-president Buddy Knox a.ib. JU Secretary Barbara Olsen STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT DON HOLM Treasurer Stan Atkinson 29 AWS CABINET- lFirst row, I, to r.). Bev Wagner, Dorthy Steele, and Pat Whitfield. (2nd row}: Mary Ann Barber, Sue Mitchell, Patty Forr, and Jackie Perkins. AWS activities included the adoption of a war orphan, welcome letters to freshmen, a get acquainted tea, a Xmas party for a word at the Orange County Hospital, and a fashion show luncheon. a. iiL f " ' A. ' l ls Dorothy Steele, AWS President Ann Wiles serves Jeonie Chermock tec, Barbara Wofford, left, supervises. 30 AMS CABINET — ( t st row, I. to r): Don Kohlenberger, Steve Atkinson, Carl Zappa. (2nd row): Ted Ludford, Jock Cope, Wiliie Wrenn, a.uL Signing for the AMS sponsored blood drive ore Vol Watson, Jan Napier, and Steve Atkinson. This year ' s active AMS sponsored tviro assemblies featuring films of the 56 World Series, and the Winter Olympics. The council, led by Steve Atkinson (right) also sponsored a mens coffee hour, sport shirt day, marriage and counseling as- sembly, as well as organizing this years intra-mural program and several play nights. I rr Steve Atkinson, AMS President 31 JUiimhi ' i COMMISSION (front, I. to r.) Freshman class president Bob Jones, ASB Secretary Barbara Olsen, ASB President Don Holm, ASB Treasurer Stan Atkinson, and Sophomore class president Dick Johnson, (rear) AMS President Steve Atkinson, Commissioner-at-Lorge Don Kohlenberger Commissioner of Athletics, Willie Wren, Hornet Editor Bob Several, Commissioner-at-Large Dorlene Fry, Commissioner-at-Large Diane Hock, Election Commissioner Ted Ludford, Social Commissioner Judy Curb, Rally Commissioner Karl Zappa. Advisor Mr. Malm, and Publicity Commissioner Hugh Gribben. Ludford and Zappa were second semester appointees JUDY Curb Commissioner of Social Affairs DON THAYER Commissioner of Elections 1 THE BIG FOUR ' — The executive council in action. KEN VAN SICKLE Commissioner of Rallies s op Sophomore Class Officers are (front) Pal Muzio, Treasurer, and Dick John- son, President, (rear) Caryl! Burr, Secretary, and Carl Zappa, Vice Presi- dent. 33 Dental assistants Leah Guttmon, Joyce Grammar, Jackie Perkins and Sylvia Worthmgton Roy Adams Therese Allec 111 Steve Athnson Carol Bciher g ■n 9 Ann Bed low Anita Bell AAina Bennett Eleanor Bircher Stan Atkinson I ' icrf Bill Baldwin V Roe Mane Bell f Jerald Ard Dick Blair Barbara Blake Beverly Brannin fV - ' Robert Buell John Bruderle Rosemary Botfs Robert Brunskill Alice Brannin Sondi Bulmon % Carvl! Burr - Bob Buchhop John Bushman Don Cameron Herb Carson Ross Carter Leiand Cote [■ JJ rl J Balancing out Joni Hoffmon. a chemistry experiment are Alan Wood end John Nopter jn rear. 1 . " ■I mack Harvey Cohen Jerry Christie m Mary Colhns Lois Claussen Maureen Conner Shirley Cordell 1 ■ Buildmas 36 Barbara Covington Judy Curb Ado Cutman Doug Doughty Kathleen Dugan Richard Duron SSSSH — people ol work Audre. E John Elwel Dee E ' : Vincent Egnozzi Ci Andy Ensmmger Q fl i. M 37 Mark Faurot Don Fengler Fred Fischle Jim Fitzgerald Taking it easy on a shady bench are Don Raupe, ' ' ' -. -.zen. and Virginia Bengochea r Buddy Flach Bill Fofonoff Albert Gcistellum Aary Sue Frey Kathryn Gates Dorothy Fluqqc Robert Fuller Wfiynt ' Gaw Margaret Flynn Ingeborg Georgi Thomas Gerace John Glover Grace Grahar Juonita Grant Hugh Gribben 1 Donald Hanna James Griffin W, C. Grimes Gary Guelker Concentrating on Chemistry ore Margaret Jo nson and Betty Racketi 40 Garnet Hawkins Dove Heil 1 Jock Hayes Barbara Healy Bob Healy Sara Helnbokel Ray Helser Allen Henry Hornetv ille inhabitants cheerfully pose for an Unposed picture- Terry Hirigoyen Rita Hoffstadt Don Holm Marilyn Howey F Gene Hursh Patricia Hursh Edmund Jacklin Georgia Jackson Hamburgers and homework occupy Dave Thomas, • .■. ' lolton. Bill Weide and Bob Doyle. June Jungkeit Carol Jenkins Leroy Kaump Dallas Huston 3i ' Andrew Jacobson Larry Joyce r Bonnie Jocqmin Amy Ju f if 41 Jay Kear Pat Kennedy Cneerful Knighis f. ' ' ' " ' a. Wrenn, Ludfoid. A ' l ' nsc " Perry, Pc .■■ Rust. Crowell and --e out TO tlcwn while decorating :i float. Carole Larsen Carol Larson Robert Laymen ■■K " Robert Leoch Wendy Leander Art Lewandowski Carol Logsdon Linda Phelps, Margaret Flynn, Avery Perkins, Barbara Wofford and Gene Watkrns linger late in the patio. li i„rk- Steve Meier Martha Merritt Norma Meserole Dons Mickey John Moers Jane Moore Sally Moulton 44 Sandra Munsil Pat AAuzio Dan Romo, Don Barber, Harvey Cohen and Mary Jane Findley chnr Frances Nogasowa l Leslie Nash Nancy Norberg Barbara Olsen George Palm Betty Parker Suzanne Parkman Jackie Perkins Ronald Peterkin Snack time in the hive for Jan Porter Nancy Norberg and Janet Austin I- ' 1 Carol Parks Richard Pettis Don Pennings Euna Pettit Edmund Ponce Thurlow Powel Elmer Pross Joyce Pruitt Betty Rackett 45 w ' ' t The familiar paiio John Rhone O Patricia Rhymes tiii Jack Roddy Vincent Rodriguez Jeannette Renner Edward Rickel Venita Roe Colleen Reynoicis Beverly Ricl-er Sue Rowe Martin Ruby William Rust Chorlyn Schmidt Tom Shipkey Tim Saska Irene Shaw Kenneth Sorenson Dorothy Steele Sarah Schmidt Lois Smith .4 - ' . m Dicl- Stciit i Robert Steele Carol Serfas Diane Snyder Nancy Stevens Lois Sharp Ned Snyder Elizabeth Starkey r- Sylvester Stevens Don Switzler, Bobbie Baxter, Buddie Knox, Ed Keeley and Pat Whitfield cut some fancy steps at a noon dance. Ken Swart 1 Richciirl Terrell 48 Marian Strong Bobbie Symns Don Thayer X ' William Sutherland I Nancy Sutton Ah Jack Tarbutton George Temple Jack Cope and Jean Watkins discuss uke playing n a coiner of Ihe (Ournalism room Eldean Theuret f! . Terrv Thompson Don Toussau Pat Tudor Rudy Valencia Pat Valusek Beverly Wagner §s n He.-. ngton Gary Washer Mike White Pot Whitfield Dick Wilburn Ann Wiles Clarence Woodward Sylvia Worthington Karl Zappa Bob Ziemer 49 r tjSAfunm Cmm CLASS OFFICERS — (front) Commissioner Diane Hock, Commissioner Don Kohlen- berger. Commissioner Dor- lene Fry. (2nd row) Treasurer John Kohlenber- ger, Secretory Cynthia Cox, and Vice-President Herb Nooke. (rear) Presi- dent Bob Jones. It ail odds up to a lot of work for Business Education students. Betty Addington Barry Allen Docia Allen If ' Jim Anderson Norman Anderson Alfred Anguiano Jim Arnold Robert Arnold Albert Artigas . ' Janet Austin Aary Lou Babnick Patti Bach Beverly Bailey Nancy Baldwin Mary Ann Barber Ron Bartlett Sandy Basset? John Beddow V» ( r Robert Beeson Betty Benson Judy Berbaum Leon Bewley El wood Blackburn Ronald Bloomfield Loretta Bonhom George Borden Uavid Boucher Lola Beaden Emihe Bradley Roger Bradshaw Paul brase Admiral Brawley Jean Brezoff Douglas Brmk Ben Switzler rings the bell as he und other enthusiostic rooters urge on the Hornet teom. Jack Brink Martha Brockman Judy Brown - Diane Brueckner Carol Bumgardner Grady Burleson David BurneU Lorry Campbell Rudy Cancino Tenny Coppis Nancy Carlton Carson James Carter Gory Cove Adele Castillo Johnnie Castro Cecilia Cennamo Fred Cooper Allen Cook Carolyn Cornell Connie Cover Befty Lowell Cynlhia Cox Marilyn Cox Ardette Curry Dick Vvall and Sherry Powell engage in a little potio horsepfay. Anr Da ' le Bob Dearinger Curtis Decker! Armand Del Martha Dellenheer Marion Dellenheer Lureen Denmson Toni De Pasquale Carol Dick Marlyn Diebert Louise Dietiker Glenda E-rr,ers Sharon Esierley Robert Evans SuS2ir. Kothy Evers Don Folk Pat Farr Philip Fenton Dale Ferber Mike Ficiel Donald Fields Mary Jane Findley John Foley Richard Fontaine Jeanne Foster Carol Franklin The first engine overhaul done m fhe new auto shop was done by David Callahan, Instructor Dallas Hazelton and Richard Dittburner. Darlene Fry k- A Carol Franklin Barbara Frampton Ann Froser Jifri Gibbons Tnomas GiiOcfiiori Gall Glavm Alan Goodwin Linda Graetch Lois Granese Sue Graves Flora Grimm Vincent Guerriero Alfonso Gu Tony Gully Mono Gunn Dale Gurley Eddie Gutzman Carolyn Hacker Martha Hofner Lese Hoger Jeanette Hague Noel Hall Tony Halstead Roberta Hamilton Jay Haraldson Surveying our campus ore: Mike Klipa, Bill Riesen and Dave Powell Shirley Hardesty Diane Harris Paul Hawkins ft «ei Bill Hayes Lawrence Hemphill Mike Herckf Tony Herrera Jerry Hil Julie Hill Sally Hill Nobuo Higash ' JP Julie Hilarides Carol Hillhouse Diane Hock Ann Hollingsworth Carole Howard Jerry Howard Josephine Huge Don Jacobson Glen Janssen Gwen Jenkins Leroy Jennings Margaret Johnson Wonda Johnson Judy Jones Joann Jones John Jungkeit Beverly Kiefer Barbara King Robert Kesner Bonnie Klimpel K|ell Kling Mechanical drawers at work. r. X JillK s;; rr I Delphia Knowles Craig Koblitz Don Kohlenberger k John Kohlenberger Jim Konzal Donna Kok John Koppel Dale Koss Ed Krcusman r Morione Kroeger Rick Kretsinger cr ' George Kurisu Lorry Lacy Carol Lamb Laura Lamm Helen Longham Chris La Pointe Don Lawhorn James Lowton Gary Ledbetter Carol Lemberger Joan Lemome Les Lomax Ted Ludford George Mogers Deonna Manning Gail Martin ( • " ! Richard M- Darrell McBride Charles McConley Joyce McClellan Robin McCormick John McCue Beverly McDougal Larry McKenna Judy Miller P min % Amateur broadcasters John Rhone, Dan Durfey and Yung Cfiang Liu A ' ere among students providing noontime record shows for the patio. Dolores Minonk Sue Mitchell Martin Mittman Elena Montenegro Jose Montoya Dennis Moore Michael Moore Orven Morris Gary Morse Norbert Muckenthaler Luie Muyica Orestes Munoz Jeanne Murray Sylvia Mulock Lillian Multins Herb Naake Pot Nancarrow Grady Neal Ron Neuman Deanna Nickenig Vivian Noble Linda Ogden G. Ohtani Leonard OReilly Ronald OReilly Henry Ortez Phyllis Oswald Jim Pangborn Curtis Parks Barbora Paul ■tt J» Roiny days moved rhe never ending ping-pong games under the patio eaves O W ' J. ' ■ -.J Avery Perkins Charles Perkms i , 1 . Clara Peters Barbara Peterson Howard Pease Warren Palnarsch Elizabeth Penna -•- .1 -- M I Lynne Peterson Bruce Phillips Jerry Phillips Undo Phillips Joe Pirtle Curtis Pitts Fredie Porter David Powell Sherry Pow Leanne Preheim Dick Price Nancy Prior Bill Riesen William Ricard Instructor Jean Kennedy leads a modern dance class in a new step. Jack Ronsko Marlyn Ross Jerry Rost Ruuney Rultcll Katie Runyon Eunice Rustand Roseann Salerno Sandra Sawtelle Gordon Sawyer Jerry Saybo Sandra Scharpenberg ilj W ' ' Erika Schmilz Carol Schoeder Dorman Schoolcraft Joanne Schwemmer Joyce Shook Joanne Simon Louise Sims Ron Sipple Patsy Smales Terilee Smallwood Carole Jejn Smith Curtis Smith Dennis Snodgrass Jo Ann S i Ronnie Spaeth Bill Spanks Alan Stagne arbora Stec Linda Steel Jim Stephesison Winifred Stevens Alan Stewart Peter Stewart Roy Trussell Floy Tucker James Urobe Sandra Vanderburg Bill Von Foeken Mary Vargas Bill Vaughn frst ' Elias Verdin Delores Weidenborner Paul Viscetto Suzanne Vyskocil Robert Wagner Hugh Walker Wes Warden Don Warner Gene Wotkins Kenneth Watkins Bud Watson Valerie Watson Alice Welsh Don Vaught ii lii.iij.ii Linda Walker Roger Ward Bob Welsh 5 £M Hi-: Mark Westfoll II Weir Bob Weis Harry Wickware Frances Wilke Susie Willis Donna Willingham Thomas Wilson .Betsy Wingert Dave Wright Mildred Yates Fred Zeuthen Jubilant fans, led by straw-hatted yell leader Jack Hayes, indicate another victory for the Hornets. Pre Clinicol Class: Ifront row, I. to r): Cecelia Cennamo, Sharon Graham, Louise Tuttle. Helen Treio, Carolyn Tinker, Lillian Mulkins, Sara Heinbokel, and Docio Allen. |2nd row): Vivian Nobel, Ruth Babcock, Mary Lou Babnick, Irene Kreib, Judy Berbaum, Nona Shanks, Johanna Ide, ond Ada Cutmon. •r H uMQh % J Mrs. Olive Morris and Mrs. Jean Clawson, instructors. Graduating Class; (I. to r.): Norma Meserole, Euna Pettit, Mma Bennett, Marion Strong, and Audrey Eilert. First year Den Gail Romsey tal Assistants: (1st row, I. to r.]: Delores Weidenborner, Sherie Tarry, Nancy Germer, Barbara King, and 2nd row): Roberta Roberts, JoAnn Jones, Bonme Khmpel, Linda Steel, and Cecila Corona. Mrs. Sonora Spencer, instructor Denial uMhAh ,n Second year Dento! Assistants: (1st row, I. to r.): Sylvia Worthington, Jackie Perkins, Mildren Yates, and Sally Moulton. (2nd row): Joyce Grommer, Jeonie Chermock, Gertrude Parker, Martha Morgan, and Leah Gettman. I FT Mrs. AAarlys Smith Mrs Vera Stormer c (A Arlene Beeson Tries a new chic hairdo on Nonette De Rusha. m 64 P .. lLS 9m Jhtr. -A (1st row I ro r|: Berry Benson. Lupe Cobrol, Helen Nakamuro, Yvonne Fiedler, Shoron Moore, Betty Burroughs, Maxine Heintz, Mau- reen Pef d, Amy Ju, Anita Hertzler, Billie Ziemer, Evelyn Eaton. (2nd row I. to r.): Virginia Crawford, Jeanette Plegel, Tatsuko Atsomi, 70. Irene Vukovich, Condie Muro, Rose Gollegly, Olive Jensen, Lorene Stephenson. (3rd row I. to r): Rose Cantu, Margie . innie Antom, Morqaret Cross, Bevolyn lensler Gloria Gomez, Billie Garcia. Marilyn Oeike, Herb Mariner, Nanette De Pusha, Diane Cornell, Virginia Phllpott, Jennie Waller, Iris Simmons, Mildred Cronk, Win Kumsey, Colleen Hyde. N [MM f V l ( m I Ji ;:- : " ' . ' " 1 1 i- i 1 1 ' 1 1 jlS ' !- .•--— ' V Eighty professional nurs- ing students, like Mrs. Beryl Wausen (left) were members of the college student body this year for the first time, as FJC took over administration of the nursing school at Or- ange County Hospital. N cfinfiA Crying after an examination are: Helen Harris, Gail Turner, Mary Ann Knight, Julie Paat, Helen Loch, Tommie Robinson, and Sandy Cummings- Chonging the bed, we find Margie Nich- ilson, and Ruth Knootz. Looking at the Bulletin Board for their assignments are Corolyn Furboy and Julie Poat. Q ■PH ml V 1 y M L H I B ' ' Bl At the Nurses sponsored dance we see: L-R, Barbara Peterson-Dale Gurley. Margie Maxim- Neil Schauers. and Ternlee Smallwood-Don Terize. Mrs. Betty Marpecc studies hard in the library. Startled victim Marge Nichjlson grins and will bear it, as Ruth Knootz administers the shot. 1st Semester Student Council — (1st row, I to r.): Mary Knight, Pat Berry, Rita Andrade, Helen Lach. (2nd row): Roxine Jennings, Julie Paot, Joanne Bechwith, (3rd rowh Gail Watlers, Wendelyn Beardslee, Sandra Cummings Carolyn Furboy 1 St Semester President Helen Loch 2nd Semester President 2nd Semester Student Council — (1st row, I. to r.|: Ruth Koontz, Marge Nicholson, Carolyn Furboy. (2nd row|: Mrs Delk, Julie Paat, Mary McDougal. (3rd row, I to r 1 Jane Le Barron, JoAnne Beckwith. (4th row) Clementine Collins, Shirley Lewis 67 reJoimjm Clm ol jJ Mrs Georgia Scotr Aworded Diamond Pm for Scholarship DayrI Dier Aworded Ruby Pin for All-Round Nurse Ann Rodgers 68 ankmiieA. Clm clbf (Isf row, I. to r.): Gail Turner, Julie Paat, Nancy Poulus, Barbara Grant. (2nd row): Roxine Jennings, Tommie Robenson. Mary Ann Knight, Sandra Cummings. Officers: Tommie Robenson, Gail Turner. Julie Root, Class Advisor, Mrs- Glayds Fried eDternte i QjoM (y b list row, I To r] Ruth Delk, Ruth Cruz. Carolyn Furboy, Alice Brumagt. (2nd row): Irene Hockleutner, Eleanor Tru|illo, Betsy Moore, Barbara Westervelt (3rcl row): Helen Lack, Carol Washburn. Jane Le Barron, Jean Robertson. [4ih row); Instructor Alice Coppess, Kathryn Johnson. Shirley Lewis. Gilbert Go I legos, Clara Brisley. 70 .v] Ruth Cruz, Carolyn Furboy. ' 2nd row): Kathryn Johnson, Eleanor TrupHo, Carol Washburn. Class Advisor Miss Alice Coppess e i Cim (i 5o (1st row, I, to r)): Pat Berry, Joan Beckwith, Darlene Pelham. (2nd row): Pat Wadsworth, Virginia Anselmi, Rita Andrade. (3rd row): Nancy Robinson, Gail Watters, Wendelyn Beardslee. 71 mmm Clou ol 5m (Ist row, L to rj: Rufh Koontz, Thurmo Rowell, Betty Dungery Sherry Trogdon (2nd row) Pearl Thenan, Margaret Holm, Dolly Noll, Clementine Collins, Carol Brooks. Officers: (1st row, I. to r.): Dolly Noll and Thurma Rowell. (2nd row): Betty Dungery and Sherry Trogdon. Class Advisor, Mabel Sanders 72 s fcl e t » ' 5q t (1st row, I. to f): Margaret Nicholson, Leobell Ackison, Janice Martin, Dreonn White, Nelle MuMikin. (2nd row): Lillian Bottee, Mm me Biggers, Kathleen Robertson, Patricia Moberg. Ella Mae Sherman. (3rd row) : Judy Began, Carrie Goepfert, Jewell Craig, Martha Grundy, Sandy Smith. (4th row): Patrica Wright, Etta Kesler, Irene Naylor. Donna Jennings, V - Officers: (1st row, I. to r.|: Patricia Wright and Jewell Craig. (2nd row) :Kathleen Robertson and Sandy Smith. Class Advisor, Mrs. Evelyn Maddox. 73 xv 0£ % • • I • •THE MIND OUGHT SOMETIMES TO BE DIVERTED, THAT IT MAY RETURN CLEARLY TO BETTER THINKING . . . " PHOEDRUS Idyllwild Pines was the scene of rhe pre school Freshman Camp, (above) uke play- ers Buddy Knox, Jean Whyle, Leslie Nash, ond Gene WcitV.ins highlighted entertain- menr at con- ' pftre. Orientation talks by student body officers were also on the progrom F, m Lining up m ihe parking lot. freshmen boarded three buses for the long trip mountainward, 76 Students lammed Emerson Hall for rhe dance. Bill Vaughn and Sandra Van- denberg were elected ' Most Typical Freshmen. he firs rt " • " ™.. t ,:, " L£, " ' . " , » oons. penny p,, aeliiM u i ujoin Darice Women s affairs for the year gor under woy with the Golden Tea on a Sunday afternoon, EnterTOinmenr and decorations followed ori Or i en to I theme aULi. Tea (above) The customary naval battles took place m Irvine Lake. On Friday, Sept. 2 1 , hundreds of members of the student body trekked to Irvine Pork for the annual Fall picnic, A rally highlight was a comedy bit by Jack Hayes. Rally commissioner Ken VanSickle assists. - - -s -r : Games kept many occupied. Leading by a nose in peanut pushing is Tony Lobo. ifi,7:,a i%. H-O-R-N-E-T-S! Bounding yell leaders Bud Olsen, Dick Bloir and Jock Hayes. Cn omi vom Danceable tunes after football and basketball games will be remembered by many. Some of tfie themes were, Gay Ninties after the Fall Pic- nic, Gridiron Gallop, Dancing In the Dark, and Kappa Theta Dance. (left) To the surprise of the audience, the play was stopped for rehearsals and recasting. Involved in such a pause ore (I. to r.] John Rhone, Tom Costello, Bill Wilhs. Joe Pirtle and Darlene Fry, jD -i •jT3t " :v vj?»« THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH, ' Thornton Wilder ' s surprising off-beat commentary on the devel- opment of mankind, was presented Nov, 16 and 17. (right) Lois Battle and John Rhone discuss the invention of the wheel and the impending ice age. Director was L. L. Korf. F CAST — Iseoted. I. to r) Liz Starkey, Terry Carter, Ann Beddow, Jim Gibbons, Dee Manning, Marvin Vigue, Sharon Hezmahalch, John Rhone, Pat Rhone, Joe Pirtle, and Dick Crowell. (standing! Yvonne Counts, Tom Fitzgerald, Janet Dey, Dick Fontoine, and Lois Battle. 80 (Top lefi) Monmng the First Olympics entry of the Olym- pians were Maurice Rau, Lan- ny McCullah, and Ron Ander- son. (Top right} The Vets Club ' s shotgun wedding featured Syl- vester Stevens, Loretto Kinses, Stan Hetringa and Glenn Murphy. (Bottom left) Southern belles on the Kappa ' s float were: Carol Larson and Carole Larsen. (Bottom right} Young Farmers chariot racers were; Mrke Mel la no, Jamol Naffa, and Bill Van Foeken. rjmwyfm n 0J1. On Wednesday, November 24, one of the most colorful Homecoming Parades in college history rolled through downtown Fullerton. The iheme wos In Days ot Old. The Sweepstokes winner wos (left) the Hornet Knight ' s dragon. The first prize float went to the Theto s Norse Galleon H mmivpm a UfiM LeA fi NoaIi Nancy Norberg HOMECOMING PRINCESSES Betty Rackett Carolyn Wolhford Sue Rowe H mwmM Queen Leslie, the Turkey Day Trophy, and Quarterback Club President Bill Ccmpton paraded at halftime at the Santa Ana- FJC Homecoming gome. The night before Homecoming Porade was quite eventful for some people including Jeannie Foster, Art Contreras, Bill Van Klovern, Ruth Hamic, Wally Hohne. George Temple, Barbara Blake, and Marilyn Diebert These couples were among those of the Christmas Formal on Friday, Dec. 7. The band providing the music was Carroll Wax ' s. Location was the Chuck House in the Sunny Hills section of Fullerlon. (above) Patsy Schloaenhouf and Dick Woll Sally Fdmunds, Bob Wagner ond Dee Enemies, and Ann Jorgenson and Wendell Schultz. Punch was enjoyed by many, including Dove Knight and Barbaro Brown, BrrrI It s cold outside, says Sylvester Stevens. Enjoying the donee were (I. to r.) Tom Shipkey and Pat Muzio, Dick Wall and Sandy Bowman, Stan Atkinson and Bobbie Baxter, Sandra Vanderburg and Jack Hayes, Steve Atkinson and Phyllis West. (Above) Larry Doy and Margie Koger buy play tick- ets. Two one act plays were presented this year as the spring " play " — " Actor From Vienna " and " One, Two, Three. " Six performances were given in the Little Theater. Lois Battle, Tom Costello and John Rhone in a scene from the play, " One, Two, Three. " 85 Jack Hayes, acting as master of ceremonies, conducted one of the many interesting assemblies. Cheer leaders exhibit the captured Mt. SAC drum: Kenny Van Sickle, Jack Brink, Dick Blair, Jack Hayes, and Bud Olsen. John Rhone and Loretta Kinses acted as Scrooge ond Tiny Tim in the popular ploy, " Christmas Carol, " given for the Christmas assembly. (Righr) The marriage assembly was oftended by a great many students. Speaker for this event was Dr. Robert S. H;cks. On his left were Dorothy Steele, Bev. Wagner, end Pal Whitfield. On the right were Steve Atkmson, Willie Wren, and Carl 7nppa- » m One of FJCs exchonge assemblies was with Orange Coast. Below is the Orange Coast band entertaining the Student Body (Above) The Y " put on an interesting assembly. The speaker was Dr. Walter Raitt Shown with him are Dorothy Fluegge and Bob Knight. D Some of the couples enjoying the dance were Jeri Whitfield, Gene Walkins and Kolhy Dug- an, Jock Cope. Representing Fullerton at the E, C- was Miss Barbara Stec, who had defeated five other candidates to become FJC ' s Eastern Conference Queen. Stunnmg queens repre- sented each college. Dancing to Jerry Gray ' s music were Gay Chambers and AI Wood. Among couples seen representing Fullerton were Avery Perkins, Barbara Wolford, Sharon Esterley, Al Kepplmger, Diane Chase ond Bob Knight 88 Resting at intermission at E. C. were Kalhy Palmer and Stan Atkinson. Found congregating were students from all eight colleges of the Eastern Conference. On March 29, Jack Hayes was chosen " Mr. FJ.C. " at the Girl Date Dance. The theme of the dance was from Heaven to Hades " (left). Rewarding him for being chosen were Sandie Vanderburg and Bev Wagner. Among girls who snagged daf3S for the eve- ning was this trio. Some of the students who vvcin -n style to Girl Date were Don Holmes, Bonnie Klimpel, Bev Wagner, Tim Soska, Sandie Wooley, Bob Brain, Pot Witfield and Wilhe Wren. As you can see, many of the girts set a man trap for this event. 89 Theta Nu Theta — Smging in the Ram " Olympia — ' Dtxie Minstrel Show " Koppo Lamba Sigma won the 1957 rrophy with a Tnp to Dream- land, which used such diversified ingredients as Christopher Robin, Elvis Presley, a walking and talking juke box, and (above) a man from Mars. Delta Sigma Chi — Around the World m Nine Minutes, " The Hornet Kmghis took second with Abstract from American Culture, " a hilarious medley of television commercials. Phi Alpha Omega — " South Pacific ' « I t ' i (Left to Riqhtl: Dave Kniqht, Harlene Morris, Diane Harris, Gordon Crow. S On April 12 the Spring Formal was held at the Woman ' s Club in Son Marino. The theme for the evening was " Your Future Is In the Stars " . Al Harding and his orchestra provided the music. romol (Lefr to Right): Dick Wall, Nancy Sutton, Diane Harris, Gordon Crow, Margaret Flynn and Jack Cope. Ken Van Sickle ond Joan Marineaux en|oyed the Thetas " Marriage ■ booth at the Get Acquainted Dance, with Justice- of-the-Peoce Jock Hayes looking on. Oonge Coast s pirate got acquainted with Mary Merevin shortly before he was beheaded at the Orange Coast basketball gome that night. Jim Montgomery, Don Booz, and Jock Hayes lounge around in their " Hiveology " ' class. One of the many activities at FJ C. were the playmghts. 92 ng an evening of danc- ual Inter Sorority Dinner Indulging in a moment of relaxotion and informal talk are (from left) Dale Ferber, Betty Rackett, Bar- bara Wofford, Avery Perkins, Gayle Christison and Lennie O ' Reiily. c dmn Bill Rust and Carl Zappa try out the razors they won as prizes after winning the beard contest. 94 Dog Palch Daze was the theme for the Spring Formal held on March 2nd. " -- 1 1 W ' 1 1 kn i A few of the many couples en|oy- ing the dance were: Pat Crooks, Harry Upton, Joyce Pruitt and Dick Mogers. ' n rOWW « i » -, %«v.» d [1st row, I, to r) Bill Be nning, Jean Whyte. Gwen Jenkins, Chorles Perkins. Elizabeth Meier, Carolyn Hillhouse, Robert Healy, and Nancy Norberg. [2nd row} Russ Kramer, Connie Cohen, Allen McCorken- dale, Linda Phelps, Jeff Willis, Linda Schreiber, Fred Cooper and Esther Wright UmMk (I to r ) Glenn Jonssen, Garth Hiffle, Harley Jones ' ind Puss Kramer, u CmnSn Cmk ( 1 sf row. I to r) Pat Moberg, Marcheta Gober, Connie Cohen, Enka Schmiz, Gail Williams, Ckiuclette Stanley, Beth Sturciivcmf, Leanne Preheim, Janet Dey, Carolyn Hillhouse, Ehzabefh Meier, Evelyn Hondelsman, Barbara Wofford, Sharon Eslerly, Lois Elwell, Margaret Flynn. l?nd row) Janet Austin, Nancy Norberg, Ann Holhngsworth, Carol Johnson, Ronald Nicar, Allen McCorkendale, Jofin Elwell. Art Lewandowski, Bill Harsha, Lindo Phelps, Esther Wright, Dolores Minank, Linda Schreiber, Susan Willis, Patsy Smales, Carole Jean Smith. Morione Tanomochi, Elizabeth Penna. (3rd row] Tereso True, Jeanle Whyte, Al Kepplinger, Bill Benmg, Yun Koh, Charles Perkins, Robert Healy, Glen Janssen, Danny Thompson, Jim Clonkey, Danny Durpfiy, Garth Hitfle, Earlene Meadows, Sharon Roberds, Cheryl Lynn Anderson, [4th row) Susie Gentle, Joyce Andrews, Joan Andrews, Barbara Healy, Jan Porter, Russ Kramer, Bob Dearinger, Len O ' Reilly, Ron O Reilly, Roger Guyer, Don Lawhorn, Fred Cooper, Bob Fuller, Phil Fenton, Conrad Sloop, Glenn Achterhof, Joe Angelo, Dave Chavez, and Marvin Vigue Beverly Bovee at piano Gail Glavin Torch Editor i Dick Woll Assistant Editor Nancy Baldwin Business Monoger The chores of assembling this year ' s Torch were divided into the follow- ing groups: Neil Schouers and Jack Cope on Sports; Bev. and Alice Bran- nin and Bev. Ricker on Index; Frank Gifford and Ron Getzan, photog- raphers; Sonnie Patrick, Diana Harris and Harlene Morris on Activities; Margaret Flynn and Barbara Wof- ford on Clubs; Jan Porter on W.A.A.; Vol Arroues as Class Editor and De- lores Minarik as Sections Editor. The advisor was Mr. Howard Hall. ' V j 98 (First row) Diana Harris, Margaret Flynn, Sonnie Patrick, Val Arroues, Jan Porter, Barbara Wofford, Delores Mmarik, |2nd row) Neil Schouers, Alice Bronnin, Beverly Ricker, Beverly Bronnin, Jock Cope, Frank Gifford, Ron Getzan. -irytML t5C Buster Evans Sports Editor Bob Several Editor-in-Chief Frank Gifford Photography Editor list rov , I. to r ): Feature Editor Mary O ' Brien, Society Editor Eileen v ' voifon. (Viary iVmiufd and Venita Roe. (2nd row, I. to r); Columnist Jon Aldrich, Ray Helser, Jock Cope, Mike Cole and Glenn White. Despite stormy times during the 1st semester when Editor Bob was ail- ing, the Hornet staff again ground out its quota of 30 editions this year and by year ' s end qualified as veteran newshawks. In addition to staffers at left, hard-hitting sports editor Ken Mills, crusader Bill Gordon, society editor Pat Rhymes, and ad salesmen Orvin Morris, Dave Wright and John Maesser played a large part in the year ' s activity. 99 moMZohjM " IT iS THE DUTY OF EVERY STUDENT TO MAKE HIMSELF A TINY FRAGMENT OF GOOD INFLUENCE THROUGH HIS SERVICE TO HIS SCHOOL AND COM- MUNITY . . .■■ ANONYMOUS ifiek A Linemen ,o, the Kappa game. Gay 90 s rush party- Gene Watk.ns o rush party- „d Jack Hayes pe rtorm at the " The Gay 90 ' s " sfnrted the Theta ' s off in their rushing at the first of the year. During the year they were in co-sponsorship of the San Mateo after game dance " Fiesta. " At Homecoming their float won first prize. Dur- ing Christmas they collected clothes, food and other articles for a needy family. At Easter they were found at Palm Springs. (1st row); Nancy Sutton, Alt. Sec, Kay Hardy, Treas., 2nd row: Barbaro Heoly, Rec. Sec, Pat Whitfield, 2nd veep., Sylvia Worthington, Pres,. Betty Racket. 1st veep, Joan Plane, Corres. Sec. N 102 6 i 01 ? i I o - o 5 m " D , ' £ c o o D S ¥ -o O D ; Ol 2 E O C 3 -8 5 ' " 3 § 2 to CO to • c 2 c si o o - 1 s " O o I s I ' s CO _D — - ° D T) Q- D - G. C o o _c o a; r " to o oj o o o - q; Q c 0) 1- dj -5 -g O D ■ I " n 8 -5 -S " , s £ _ E 3- ± n o . A 4i t J--.- " " fc .anna A B HBr (■f » rs i4ii ' wx V Hk p 2 9 Formal presentation P SSf II Rush party KM Reception line The Kappa ' s started off with rushing in cowboy theme and were active in many activities during the year, which included, gathering toys for an orphan- age as their Christmas project and an after game dance. — - They were hon- ored by Leslie Nash being Homecoming Queen. — Easter week was spent at Palm Springs. (1st rowl Barbara Bloke, Treosurer, Garnet Hawkins. Membership Chairman (2nd row) Jeanie Whyte, Corres. Sec, Carol Larson, First Vtce-Pres., Ann Wiles, Pres., Nancy Norberg, Second Vice-Pres., Carolyn Wohlford, R ecording Sec. c -■ — s I :§ 3 a. - £ -2 S P 5 Z Q -Q S " 5- 1 -p 5 J! g £ s S ?. 5 . 5 5 ,2 ; - S Q 105 The Phi ' s started the year with " a look into the fu- ture " and the entire time seemed to fly by like a rocket to the moon — helping the Red Cross at the Veteran ' s Hospital — getting snowbound at Big Bear — sponsoring the after game dance " Super- stitious Stomp " — going to the desert — and stalk- ing lions. The officers for the year were (1st row}: Leilani Matthews, Rec. Sec, Linda Phelps. Pres.; Alice Kinetz, Vice Pres.; (2nd row); Bar- bara Wofford, Publicity Chair.; Kathy Dugan, Parliamentarian; Terese Alec, Treas.; Margaret Flynn, Historian AH r ;r,. ;» ' b (t l8ip R) ' fi -- ' 6. :- o L» 5 s- s o — 3r I o 5 ( % (( 9ip o 9 ' g} (Above) ' Mardi Gras ' was the rush theme. Those present included Betty Parker, Rosemary Botts and Clarine Boswell. (Above) The O ' Reilly twins entertain at the rush party. (Left) Beverly McCoy, Rosemary Botts and Barbara Anderson at the refreshment table. A2 X (Below) Mary DAmico, parliamentarian,- Carol Porks, vice-pres.; Venita Roe, pres.; Sandra Munsil, corres sec.: Pat Kennedy, rec. sec. The Deltas started off the year with a bang by winning the best decorated car in the Homecoming Parade. Among other activ- ities were: ushering at various drama, dance, and choir programs, sponsoring on after game dance, having cupcake sales and a bake day. At Easter lhey dyed eggs and made Easter baskets for the children at Orange County Hospital and spent a week at Palm Springs. 108 2 5 c c c E CN Q s 5 I 2: C 1) 109 mjht Carl Lynch Pres. Ross Carter, Veep; Gordon Crow, Sec, Karl Zappa, Pledge Master, and Willie Wrenn, Treas. (1st row) Avery Perkins, Bud Watson, Eddie Gutzman, Karl Zappa, Jack Hayes, Carl Lynch, Ed Keeley, Lany McKeima, Gordon Crow, Howard Washing- ton, Bill Verheyden. (2nd row) Al Kepplinger, Dale Dare, Mike Cole, Larry Day, Dick McKee, Don Kohlenberger, Ted Ludford, Chuck Keenan, Ross Carter, Brian Haight, Hugh Gribben, Willie Wrenn, |3rd row) Mr. Smith, Don Holm, Gene Watkins, Bill Rust, Stan Atkinson, Dick Wall, Monte Dickson, Bill Carson, Dale Gurley, Roger Ward, Steve Atkinson, Mr. Henry Mansfield, Advisor, Leiand Cote. ■ a r Officers: Bob Buell, Sec,; Jon Napier, Pres.: Jerry Shlink, Treas list row, I 10 r.l Tim Pangliorn, Craig Koblitz, Jon Napier, Dici- Dohlgren, Buddy Konx |2nd row): Jock Cope. Cliff Ledbetler, Jerry Shiink, Phil Kerridge, Bob Ziemer, John Kohlenberger. Rich Garner |3rd rowl- Bob Buell, Bob Jones, Rudy Cancino, Jock Ronsko, Don Scholten, Dick Blair, i ' C-? ' K «• 5« A -V v - ni OLYMPIA _ y « A , " J F. C (1st row, I. to r,); Don Raupe, Bob Kisner. John Shanalon, Jack Tarbutton, Don Cameron. (2nd row); Herb Carson, H. Lee Cruse, Robert Heer, Marvin Sneed. Stan Hettinga and Dick Johnson. Vef5 (Left to Right|- Sylvester Steves, Sgt -at-Arms: Stan Hettigci, Treas.; H. Lee Cruse, Sec.; Herb Carson, Vice-Pres.. (circle) Bob Kisner, Pres, 1 14 (m - 1 d (right) Pizza luncheoners. President Bob and cabinet. list row) Dale Koss, Dorothy Fluegge, Bob Knight, Dianne Chase, Don Raupe, Mrs. Esther Hatch, Advisor, |2nd row) Deanne Parsley, Norman Long, Jo Hughes, Donno Nelson, Tom Cross, Mr. Howard Wilson, Advisor. (3rd row) Ali Khaiehnoun, Sylvester Stevens, Jockie Knutsen, Ardeth Curry, Susan Willis, Irving Stover. Under the guidance of their officers, the Y sponsored the Pizza Dinner — the first aftergame dance of the year — and the Christmas and Thanksgiving assemblies. At Christmas they took gifts to Pacific Colony. 116 Their officers for the year were Bob Knight, Pres.; Don Raupe, First Vice Pres.; Dorothy Fluegge, Second Vice Pres.; Wendy Leander, Treas.; Bobbie Simms, Sec. ,. (1st row) Jack Dierberger, Treas.; Dave Crist, Sgt.-ot-Arms; Bob Neilson, sec.; (2nd row) Max Long, pres.; Don Romo, recorder. OUimM (1st row) Dave Crist. Jam faHo. Max Long, Don Tusinger, Henry Boissernance, Bob Mathews. (2nd row) Mike Mellano, Jim Huller, Don Romo, Bob Holden, Bob Neilson, Jim Theiss, Jack Dierberger. Qijf W G omm s ■ im AT 2 r f ,.P, cy (i -:- ' •.• •.,■• ;. . ' it I (Isf row) Bob Vogler, Ross Durham, Stan Atkinson, Paul Dauve. (2nd row) Mr, H, Dropkin, advisor,- Pat Valusk, Lois Claussen, Dorothy Fluegge, Jean Coulson, Pat Hursh, Dr A, Williams, advisor. (Left to right) Ross Durham, Ron Miller, Tom Costello, Sharon Hezmalhalch, John Rhone, Mr. Lee Korf, advisor. Defci Ai a 1 li A n t) ni 6 ojmvx B 4 r NATIONAL HONORARY JOURNALISM SOCIFTY (Left to Right): Jack Cope, Gail Glavin, Mary OBnen, Robert Several. Not shown Buster Evans a nd Frank Gifford- i ? l kmi (mm rii c i :i list row): Orestes Munoz, Alice Kinietz, Altouso Puilm, David Park. |2nd row): Alberto C. Artigos, Darell Claik, Johnnie Castro, Rudy Halencio, Miss Geneva Johnson, advisor (1st row): June Jungkeit, Sue Willis, Venita Roe, Sharon Roberds, Sue Groves 12nd row) Jerrv Chiistie, Ronald Heller, Herb Nooke R (MML C A i-.itti«i a I B A FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS (1st row); Carole Jean Smith, Linda Herzog, Bob Corrigon (Presl, Gene Griffin, Howard Pease. (2nd row]: John E. Collins, advisor; Judy Miller, Jeanette Stowell, Gienda Deming, Dee Higgins, Adele Cas- tillo, Mary Lou Romero, Ralph Smith, advisor, (3rd row): Marilyn Ross, Nancy Riegel, Jim Fitzgerald, Jean Roades, Marilyn Diebert. Pk Bek -.amaA G iim. CM) (1st row): Bruce Phillips, Barbara Stec, Carol Bum- gardner. Gory Guelker. (2nd row): Bob Ziemer, Les Lomox, Harold Cook. (3rd row): Dave Schode, Frank Polland, Anthony Sandoval, Warren Pelnarsch, Sfig Johanson, James Vodden. 120 »2 uMm C (1st rowl Guillemine Hichens, Barbara Butler, Betty Brunet, Carolyn Dyer, Irene Hibbcrd, Anne Conlin. (2nd row) Ella Logue, Marie Hocher, Ann Baize, Hazel Rokes, Martha Seney. (3rd rowl Cara Walters, Betty Killian, Pearl Baker, Catherine Larson, Mary Berk. XB2 Dental Assistants Club — [1st rowl Linda Steel, Sylvia Worth- ington, Gayle Ramsey, Leah Guttnnan, Martha Morgan. (2nd row) Mrs. Sonora Spencer, Roberta Roberts, Bonnie Klimpel, Jeanie Chermock, Joyce Grommer, Jackie Perkins, Mildred Yates, Joann Jones, Barbara King, Nancy Gerner, Cei lia Corona. f. mmr San A fatt K ». - - ■WHEN THAT ONE GREAT SCORER COMES TO MARK AGAINST YOUR NAME, HE WRITES NOT THAT YOU WON OR LOST BUT HOW YOU PLAYED THE GAME. " G. RICE MIKE RICKER (ullback — mosi vol Ployer — All E C GARY BAGWELL toilback — All E C All-Am Hon Men RON SPAETH tailback KEN CHESLEV Tackle — All E C TOM TRACY guard — co -copra in 124 n m JOE BORSTNER end — All E C TOM SHIPKEY fullback — All E. C BOB NIELSEN tackle ART CONTRERAS tackle Scoring the f.nol TD of rhe season agoinsf Santa Ana, big tackle Bob Nielsen scooped in a pass In a play that delighted Hornet fans and capped a decisive 42-7 Don defect HAL RUSSELL KEITH WYLIE fullback 125 BILL FOFONOFF guard PETE WESTERLIND wingback JIM MARTIN center STAN TALLANT center — All E. C. TOM WOODS wingback FLOYD FARRELL guord DENNIS FITZPATRICK end Tailback Ron Spaeth slashes through the Chaffey line for six points Final score Hornets 21 , Panthers 7 126 Tailback Gary Bagwell crashes to the turf |ust inches short of o first down after being tripped up by a San Berdoo lineman Tom Shipley, Blue and Gold fullback, cracks into a moze of white jerseys close to pay dirt during 26-7 routing of San Mateo RON SIPPLE wingbock DAVE KNIGHT guard BOB BIVENS guard DEL JONES wingback JAY KEAR end — CO captain LARRY WATTS tackle 127 VrvT ' ' - ' ' Hornet tailback Ron Spaeth digs m os he prepares to foil a prospective tackier m action against San AAoteo. Opening a path down field are Keith Wylie (301 and Tom Tracy (64). Despite crippling injuries to key players and frosh-laden squad, this years Blue and Gold gridders fought valiantly against opponents to tally a five win-four loss record for the season. Final results found the Hornets ranked fourth among the strong Eastern Conference schools. Talented tailbacks Gary Bagwell and Ron Spaeth finished first and second respectively in Eastern Con- ference passing. Fullerton placed six men on the All Conference team, while Bagwell also received Ail- American honors. Speedy " Bags " was also second in total offensive yardage gained in conference action. This season ' s record was a story of brilliant victories, each followed by defeat. The loss of valuable men, such as Jim Martin and Bill Fofonoff in the conference opener, definitely dulled the Hornet ' s sting. It still proved deadly, however, against five big opponents. San Mateo, Phoenix, Chaffey, Riverside and Santa Ana fell before the FJC onslaught. Highlight of the season was the annual Turkey Day Game. Fullerton rooters, who filled the stadium to capacity expecting to witness a close contest, were happily surprised when they saw a fired up Hornet squad score nearly at will against the astonished Dons. The 42-7 victory kept the huge Turkey Day trophy at Hornetville and set the victory flag flying. Fullback Mile Ricker, returns a San Berdoo punt for extra yards deep into enemy territory. Keith Wyle (30) and Ron Pitts (65) arrive too late to aid play. 128 EQUIPM Admiral Brawley tackle Wayne Gaw Team Manager Andy Reed Equipment Manager SEASON RECORD Fullerton 7 San Diego 13 Fullerton 26 San Mateo 7 Fullerton 7 San Berdoo 38 Fullerton 11 Phoenix 6 Fullerton 7 Orange Coast 35 Fullerton 21 Chaffey 7 Fullerton 6 Mt. SAC 14 Fullerton 22 Riverside 19 Fullerton 42 Santa Ana 7 The Hornets drew first blood against Riverside as All-Conference bock Gory Bagwell croshed home for six in the Tiger end zone during the 22-19 Fuller- ton victory. Oran Breeland Line Coach Bud Dawson Head Coach Gene Martin Back Coach 129 IDokAPok SEASON RECORD Fullerton 2 Long Beach CC 9 Fullerton 12 Pomona-Claremont 5 Fullerton 10 Occidental 5 Fullerton 17 LACC 5 Fullerton 8 Mt. SAC 7 Fullerton 17 Santa Monica 2 ' Fullerton 12 Cal Poly 3 ' Fullerton 5 Berkeley 6 Fullerton 27 Cal Tech 5 Fullerton 3 El Camino 2 Fullerton 5 Santa Monica 4 Fullerton 10 LACC 3 Fullerton 1 Long Beach CC 9 Fullerton 8 Occidental 7 Fullerton 12 Orange Coast 5 ■■■Annual Northern Tour For °s Ho, Lonquesf. " " ■a-squod game m- l " l«! -» SSi, ■ ,»,e FJC r ernaen deL Oo.stond.ng go; ; „d OCC to - EASTERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (I. to r.-fronl) Dick Decker. Terry Stewart, Bob Jones, Jerry Schlink, Jim Porringer. Second row : Phil Kerridge, John Ortgiesen, Jack Ronsko, Ron Robinson, Barry Fry, John Ravese. Back row: Coach Smith, Pete Lae, Allen Gulschow, Jerry Ard, Mike Miller, Don Graybill, Harry Chow, manager. Again this year, as in post decades, water polo meant Fullerton. The Hornet water poloists, directed by Coach Jimmy Smith, collected the Eastern Conference Championship for the 24th straight year. They defeated twelve op- ponents while losing to only four. The squad ' s fast breaking offense, coup- led with an almost air tight defensive pattern, spelled doom for Blue and Gold opponents. Led by six returning lettermen from last years team .including goalie Bob Jones, the mermen took second place honors in the Southern California JC Champion- ships, This year s team was also the first to play in the newly completed $90,000 pool. Fnding the season the notators brought home their third trophy of the season by defeating Occidental College, 8-7. This victory gave the tankers second place in the 1956 JC-College Playoffs to be- come one of the two top water polo teams in Southern California. BOB JONES goolie co-captain - JNl i MR. WATER POLO Coach Jimmy Smith JERRY SCHLINK forward co-captain 131 mCm - Hornet swimmers plunged into the woter and info another successful aquatic seoson for Coach Jimmy Smith and the Fullerton team. Pictured above, the FC natators start the triangular meet against Santa Monica and Whittier. HORNET SWIM TEAM (front row, 1 to r.): Don Hanna, Bob Sutherland, Jerry Hill, Jerry Schlmk, Ron Degler, (Second row}: Dean Aspinol, Dave Tietlbaum, Jim Forrenger, Phil Kerridge, Bill Sutherland [Back row): Don Robmson, Larry Stevenson, Barry Fry, Don McClennon, Tom Buell. 132 Don Honna (left) and Jerry Hill (right] exhibit form and skill which made them among top collegiate divers in the Southland. These two high board experts collected a vast array of points for the Hornet squad during this season. s ujijwmjo This year ' s swimming team continued Fullerton ' s tradition of demolishing most of its aquatic foes. Again Coach Jimmy Smith ' s natators brought home many honors and trophies to FC as a result of the season action. The Blue and Gold relay team stroked home to more blue rib- bons than any in the Conference and was one of the best in the state. The Hornets evenly sprinkled talent mode them vic- torious in nearly all meets, bowing only to Long Beach City and LACC among the two-year college ranks. Coach Jimmy Smith 133 -m B ah Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erfon Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Ful erton Driving as they Bob Dye heads into the key on his way to another tally for the Hornets routed Southern California Frosh, 85-80 SEASON RECORD 92 Alumni 72 82 Fresno 78 69 Stanford 72 83 .... Sacramento 69 85 use 80 95 LACC 78 87 Harbor 80 76 Compton 70 87 . . Santa Monica 62 60 Pierce 68 64 Pasadena 65 119 El Camino 72 69 Valley 77 88 . Son Bernardino 60 68 use 90 83 . . Orange Coast 82 86 Santa Ana 36 96 Riverside 75 92 Chaffey 62 114 Citrus 86 86 Mt, SAC 65 80 UCLA 56 83 . San Bernardino 56 51 . . Orange Coast 54 98 Santa Ana 64 84 Riverside 62 91 Chaffey 66 104 Citrus 71 85 Mt. SAC 71 81 . . Orange Coast 79 100 Hancock 101 Won - 24; Lost - 7 {Below): Gary Dougan leops high to grab the tip-off ond begin the FC-OCC play- off game. Fullerton won, 81-79, and gained the berth in the State Tourney at San Jose. Coach Alex Omoley, Maker of Champions Jerry Pimm |10| and Mike Beach (11 go after a rebound against Chaffey ■■ ' r ' jt Jerry Pimm All State, 1st Team All EC, 1st Team Bob Dye All EC, Hon, Men. Mike Beach All EC, 1st Team kitwo Bill French All EC, 1st Team Mike Beach (11) and Gary Dougan double up to grab o rebound from luckless Chaffey player as FJC defeated the Panthers, 92-62. Bill Heynen All EC, 1st Teom 137 Big Bill Heynen goes skyward to defend against Riverside as Bill French prepares to aid play during the Hornets 96-75 victory. Gary Dougan Center Dole Ferber Guard Chuck Kenley Forward 138 Coach Alex Omalev s hardwood squad carried Fullerlon ' s tra- dition of basketball supremacy to new heights this year. Sport- ing the top starting five in the state, the casaba squad published a new edition of local records book as they fought their way to become Co-champs of the Eastern Conference. Fourteen new team records were logged including: highest team average — 84.7; most points one gome — 119: most points in conference — 1237; highest conference average 88.3; most points one quarter — 40; and most points one half — 61. Fabulous Jerry Pimm himself set 16 new markes including most points one half — 24; most points one game — 36; most points season — 694; most points conference — 337; highest EC average — 24; and most field goals — 278. Throughout the season Orange Coast College was the only team to put a dent in the Hornet ' s armor. In their first OC game, the FC warriors fought through a double overtime period before winning 83-82. In the closing seconds Bob Dye scored two im- mortal free throws which assured Fullerton the EC crown, when later the Pirates bounced back in the second meeting to defeat the Hornets, 54-51. Thus tied, the two rivals met in a titanic post-season playoff game for the State Tourney berth, which Fullerton won, 81-79. At San Jose the Hornets finally fell before the powerful State Champs, Hancock, 100-101, in another double overtime spec- tacular, to become the second best team in the state of Calif- ornia. Marshall Sfenlon Forward Pete Long Guard Bob Stewart Forward Larry Quigley Forv ord Wayne Gow Manager i 139 - » Horner ouffielder Herky Hurst collects a trtple the hard way as he takes to the turf against Chaffey inftelder during action at Amerige Park. Ron Heller Pitcher Herky Hurst Outfielder Dick Vaughn Catcher ■■ - ii Wi if m This year ' s baseball squad got off to a stumbling start due to some faulty hitting and fielding. How- ever, the Hornet ' s big sticks began to find their marks in mid-season and the squad notched sev- eral victories before the season closed. Fullertons pitching staff, led by hurlers Ron Heller and Ev Tande, paced the FC warriors to numerous victories. Second baseman Arn-iondo Delgodo steams into first bose just ohead of the throw during horsehide tilt with Citrus. HORNET 1957 BASEBALL TEAM — Front row (1. to r.|: Dale Ketchem, Norm Sagara, Joe Borstner, Ev Tande, Bill Hayes, Rich Casos, John Lam, Herky Hurst, Norman Perez. Back row: Tony Suaka, Armando Delgado, Ted Lindeboom, Ron Heller, Marvin Ruby, Dick Vaughn Coach Bud Dawson, Larry Musial. imk 1957 TRACK TEAM — 1st row (I to I Sheffield. J. Ortg,eson, S. Owens, G. Neal |2nd row): P. Shermon, C. Zun.go, L Arroues, Coach Martin. (3rd row]: M, Moore. J, Hall, F Younger, D. Ross, W. Thompson, J Robb. S N % N N N ' s N N N N N N V N N N N " s ■% -n X -N N N " s ' N N N N- ANN -X % -N s N -s A ' N N -S JN N ' S ' ' N -S ■S -S -N -V -N N A AN A -v N N -s N A N N N A N N -N- N ' N N N ' - N N NNNNNNNNNNN , NNN NN NN N-SNNNNNNNNN Chico Zunigo (right] and Jack Robb split The tope ahead of Mountie tracksters in dual meet. John Phillips is seen trail- ing. Although regularly forced to bow to strong MSAC, the Hornet team defeated all other EC teams at least once during the season. y 11 ' ILeftI: The Hornets two great hurdlers. Sonny Owens (left) and Frosty Younger, take complete control of the 120 yarcJ highs during contest at La Habro The secret of Hornet success this year lay largely in the hands of a few Iron Men " always good for points in three to five events — Grady Neal in the distance events, Dave Knight in the field events, Dave Ross in the middle distances, Younger and Owens in hurdles, sprints and the jumps. v j— «- " n (Right): Hornets ' powerful Dave Kmght sends 16-pound shot on its way to a new record and more points for the FC turf team. A practice season highlight was the four-way meet that put FJC ' s new track to its first use. FJC trounced Santa Ana, Choffey and Phoenix. Don Rossner John Bruederle Ron Spaeth U GOLF REVIEW Coach Ivan Malm ' s defending Eastern Conference Champion- ship Golf team took another moderately successful tour of the greens this season. The linksters, firing out of the Hacienda Country Club, con- tinued to offer stiff opposition to most EC foes. Dave Knight Fred Cooper 144 Marshal Stenton Coach Ivan Malm Tom Shipkey 6 The Hornets cross country one-two punch were Grady Neol and Terry Gibson Led by speeders Grady Neal and Terry Gibson, this year ' s cross country team recorded one of the best seasons to date. Getting off to a slow start, the squad lost no time in rolling over several opponents once they tasted victory. They were stopped short of the Conference Championship only by always powerful MSAC. The Blue and Gold harriers also captured eighth place honors in the Southern California meet from a field of 17 schools. The nearly all fresh- man squad shows promise of bringing home top honors next season. Coach Gene Martin Teom (front, I. to r ) Jim Enright, Lorry Arroues, Grady Neal. (rear) Coach Martin, Glenn White, Ron Tobtn, Terry Gibson I mwh Jim Nelson, whose outstanding ploy led the FC rocketters to many victories, puts the finishing touches on another win. AAike Bouck, the Hornets ' other top tenms ace ond one of the best netmen m JC ronks, displays his championship form. Coach Oran Breeland . 1957 HORNET TENNIS TEAM — Front row |l. to r.|: Dick Dahlgren, Fred Fischle, Mike Bouck, Jim Nelson, Dove Burnett. (Back row|: Cooch Breeland, Dave Clements, Gary Morse, Ronnie Hurst, Jim Romez, Jim Anderson. After trouncing oil comers in EC play. Hornet netters finally bowed 6-3 to powerful Choffey to finish confer- ence play in second place. hi%. MoS Jan Porter PresidenT Margaret Johnson Vice President Kathy Evers Secretary Under the leadership of President Jan Porter and Advisor Florence (Bobbie) Dysinger, the Woman ' s Athletic Association had an active year, highlighting basketball, hockey, volleyball, baseball and badminton. The formation of a women ' s swimming team was also planned. This year W.A.A. acted as host to a badminton tournament which included many of the leading colleges of Southern California. Their main service project v as raising funds for Girls ' Town, a home for underprivileged children. They also sponsored an inter-sorority volleyball tournament. Dianne Snyder Treasurer Terry Carter A.W.S. Representative Florence Dysinger Advisor 148 ■-t1 (TYXTvnrt BASKETBALL TEAM (1. to r.]-. Dee Encinias, " Sis " Swenson, Veatha Dorn, Leslie Nash, Diane Snyder, Ann Longford, Char- lotte AAeissner, Jon Porter, Pat London. Veatha Dorn, Anne Williams ond Ann Longford fight for pos- session of the ball during a mid-season game. Kathy Evers sets a spike up for Dorothy Steele, BASEBALL TEAM (1st row, I. to. r.): Kothy Evers, Eldean Thuret, Anne Williams. (2nd row): Margaret Johnson, " Sis " Swenson, Anne Longford, Dee Manning, Joyce Valone. (3rd row) : Vietha Dorn, Jan Porter, Dorothy Steele, Terry Carter, Pat London, Charlotte Meissner, Dianne Snyder, 149 om imim (counterclockwise) Leslie Nash. Sherry Powell, Par Cole, Ji Aber. Barbara Stec and Jeame Whyte fW (above) Backed up by the Hornet bond, the girls dance through a pom-pom routine for the mid town Santo Ana rally Inght) The song leaders drum up spirit among Hornet rooters ot a football game 150 LI T .f Yell-leaders (above I. to r.), Jack Hayes, Dick Blair, Jock Brink, and Bud Olsen get Turkey Day activities rolling with the downtown rally. (Left) Hayes makes with " jungle noises " as the crowd acts up during rally before the Santa Ana vic- tory. Led by Hayes, this year ' s yellsters did much to bolster spirit and enthusiasm at athletic events during the season. 151 • X " lUf row] Arlo Carol Franklin Th. M Hugh Waike Mayberry, Judy Spencer, Mary Kzell Kling, Lorry Gnffm, (3rd rowl irol Franklin, K,zell Ming, Lorry ijntrin. |jra rowi rreu nsi-nic, nyci : omas, Carol Franklin, (4th row) Fronces Wiike, Gory Egnew, Thurlow Powell, inor, (5th row] Fred Smith, John Willis, Howard Pease, Judy Berboum. (6 l- A _II Jane Fmdiey. (2nd row| Tom Groot, Flora Grimm, Fred Fischle, Angel Gorcio, Fred Heeter, Mack ' I, Bob Matthews, Monlyn 6th row] Dan Anderson, 152 Herbie Horner — Gene Watkms ftorotn Captain — Joan Plane Secretary — Ruth Hamic ond Joni Depasquale (First Row) Louise Sims, Joanie De Posquale, Helen Montenegro, Rosie Peters, Susan Evans, Rossane Salerno, Jackie Perkins, Ruth Hamic. (Second row] Chris Lapoint, Pat Whitfield, Bev Wagner, Bobbie Baxter, Lawrence Owens. Nancy Carleton, Glenda Eimers. Phylhs West, Eldeon Theuret. (Third Row) Carolyn Maxwell, Nancy Prior, Susan Dobbins, Carolyn Jones, Pat Nancarrow, Betty Cowell. Nancy Sutton, Mary Sue Prey, Pat Muzio Not shown — Pattie Boch, Betty Downs, Joan Plane, Joanne King, Phyllis Oswald. 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Malm, Dean of Men — p. 15, 32, M4 COLLEGE FACULTY AND NON-CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL Andrews, Carlos — p. 25 Arnold, Shailer — p. 1 6 Baden, Gerald — p. 1 6 Bentjen, Mory Lou — p. 23 Blakemore, John — p. 16 Boss, Dr. Robert — p. 16 Brannin, Mollie — p. 24 Breeland, Oron — p. 16, 129, 147 Brown, Vaughn — p. 1 6 Brumley, Nancy — p. 23 Brunskill, Don — p. 16 Buzzell, Pauline — p. 16 Caliguire, Louise — p. 24 Cannon, John — p. 16 Carmichael, Nancy — p. 16, 18, 103 Carter, Alan — p. 1 6 Chapman, Jock — p. 16 Chapman, Mary — p. 16 Chose, Hallie — p. 16 Cecil, Cannon — p. 25 Clawson, Jean — p. 17, 62 Clayton, John — p. 16, 17 Collins, John — p. 17, 120 Conner, Carolyn — p. 23 Coppess, Alice — p. 17, 69 Cortez, Dr. Samuel — p. 17 Dawson, Bud — p. 17, 129, 141 Dropkin, Herbert — p. 17, 118 Dudley, Dr. Ira — p. 17 Dysinger, Earl — p. 17 Dysingef, Florence — p. 17, 148 Eagan, William — p. 17 Ehlen, Martha — p. 17 Evans, Luther — p. 25 Folk, Mildred — p. 17 Farmer, Morjorie — p. 23 Findley, James — p. 17 Forbes, Ellen — p. 23 Franks, Margaret — p. 18 Fried, Gladys — p. 18, 70 Frydenlund, Florence — p. 24 Garner, Denver — p. 18 Garner, Irma — p. 23 Gates, Robert — p. 1 8 Graham, Russell — p. 18 Greene, Marion — p. 25 Gromacki, Chester — p. 18 Goss, Marilyn — p. 23 Hall, Howard — p. 18 Hancock, Winfield — p. 25 Horrod, Ruby — p. 1 8 Hatch, Esther — p. 6, 18, 116 Hazelton, Dallas — p. 18, 19,54 Heitzmon, Robert — p. 25 Helvey, Kenneth — p. 18, 97 Hightower, Thomos — p. 25 Hinkle, Lucille — p. 18 Hobson, Richard — p. 24 Hodgdon, Mary — p. 1 8 Hollenberg, Leiand — p. 18 Ingham, Paul — p. 19 Jocobson, Noel — p: 23 Johnson, Geneva — p. 7, 19, 119 Kennedy, Jean — p. 19, 59 King, Mary — p. 24 Klaustermeyer, William — p. 19 Krouse, Charmoine — p. 23 Kochman, Arthur — p. 19 Korf, Lee — p. 19, 118 Kotake, Grace — p. 23 LeMast ' er, Robert — p. 1 9 Larson, Harold — p. 19 Lee, Eva — p. 19 Le Ross, Phillip — p. 19 McClure, Lois — p. 18, 19, 105 McCormick, Robert — p. 19 McKown, Betty — p. 19, 109 Maddox, Evelyn — p. 19, 73 Monire, Morgaret — p. 19 Mansfield, Henry — p. 20, 110 Martin, Gene — p. 20, 129, 142, 146 Mason, Fred — p. 25 Meyer, William — p. 20 Moreman, Merrill — p. 20 Morris, Olive — p. 20, 62 Nash, William — p. 20 Naur, Nora — p. 20, 107 Norris, Froncene — p. 20 Nuffer, Horry — p. 20 Ott, Jessie — p. 24 Omalev, Alex — p. 20, 135 GNeal, Garfield — p. 25 Oravetz, Orpho — p. 20 Peak, Borbora — p. 23 Palmer, Fletcher — p. 20 Polley, Charles — p. 25 Peterson, Hazel — p. 23 Porter, Ralph — p. 20 Ramsay, Dr. Orrington — p. 20 Reed, Andy — p. 129 Ribal, Betty — p. 20 Richardson, Borbara — p. 23 Richardson, H. 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J.ll — 105, 150 Ackinson, Leabell — 73 Adams, Roy — 34 Addington, Betty — 51 Aldnch. Jon— 99 Allec, Therese — 34, 106, 107 Allen, Barry — 51 Allen. Docia — 51, 62 Anderson, Barbara — 108 Anderson, Cheryl — 97 Anderson, Daniel — 152 Anderson, Jomes — 5 1 , 147 Anderson, Norman- 51 Androde. R.to — 67, 71 Andrew, Joyce — 97 Andrews. Joanne — 97 Angelo, Joseph — 97 Anguiuno, Alfred — 5 1 Anselmi, Virginia — 71 Aniolin, Jeonnie — 64 Ard, Jerald — 34, 131 Arnold, James — 51 Arnold, Robert — 51 Arroues, Lorry — 142. Arroues. Val — 98 Arfigos, Alberto — 51 , Aspinol, Dean — 132 Atkinson. Stanley — 29. 32, 34. 84, 88. 1 10. 118 Atkinson Steve — 31, 32, 34, 42, 84, 87, 1 10 Atsomi. Tolsuko — 64 Austin. Janet — 45. 51, 105 Bobnick, Mary loo — 51. 62 Babcock. Roth — 51. 62 Bach, Patricio — 51. 103. 153 Bogwell.Gary — 124, 129 Boher, Carol — 34 Boiley. Beverly — 51, 109 Baize, Ann — 1 2 1 Boker, Pearl — 121 Baldwin, Nancy — 51, 98, 103 Boldwin, William — 34 Barber, Don — 34. 44 Barber. Mary — 30. 51, 105 Bartlett, Ronold — 5 1 Bassett, Sandra — 51 Bottee, Lillion — 73 Battle, Lois Mory — 30. 85 Boxter. Borbaro — 47, 84 Beach, Michoel — 137 Beoidslee, Wendeiyn — 67, Beckwith. Joonne — 67. 71 Beddow. Ann — 34, 80 Beddow. John — 51. 59 Beeson. Arline — 64 Beeson. Robert — 51 Began. Judy — 73 Bell, An.to — 34, 109 Bell. Roe Mane — 34 Bengocheo. Virginia — 34, Bening, William — 96, 97 Bennett, Mino — 34. 62 Benson, Betty — 51. 64 Berboum. Judy E, — 51 Berk. Mory — 121 Berry. Palricio — 67. 71 Bewley. D. Leon — 51 Biggers, Minnie — 73 Bingham. Judy — 103 Bircher, Eleanor — 34 Blackburn, Elwood — 51 Bloir. Richard — 34, 77,86,112 Bloir, Susonne — 103 Bloke, Barbara — 34, 83, 104 Bloomfield, Ronald — 51 Boaz, Don — 92 Boisseronc, Henry — 1 17 Bonham, Loretto — 5 1 Borden, George — 5 1 Borson, Lorry — 77 Borstner. Joseph — 124. 141 Boswell. Clorine — 35. 108, 109 Botts, Rosemary — 35, 108, 109 Bouchier. 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David — 54 Cameron, Donald — 35. 114 Campbell, Lorry — 52 Concino, Rudy — 52, I 12 Cono, Cotolino — 103 Cantu, Rose — 64 Cappis, Tenny — 5 2 Carlton, Noncy — 52, 153 Carroll, Donald — 52 Corson, Bill — 52, 1 10 Carson, Herbert — 35, 114 Carter, James — 52 Carter. Ross — 35. 1 10 Carter, Terry — 80, 105. 148. 149 Castillo, Adele — 52. 120 Cosas. Rich — 141 Castro, John — 52, 1 19 Cote, Carolyn — 35, 1 10 Cote, Leiand — 35. 1 10 Cave, Norman — 52 Cennomo. Cecilia — 52, 62 Chambers, Gay — 88 Choney, Joseph — 52 Chapman, Charles — 52 Chose, Dionne — 1 1 6 Chavez, David — 52 Chermock, Jeon — 30, 36. 63, 107, 121 Chesley, Kenneth — 124 Chow. Horry — 5 2 Christie. Jerry F — 36. 1 19 Christison. Gayle — 93 Cloik.Dorell — 52. 119 Claussen, Lois— 36. 38. 118 Clements, Dovid — 52, 147 Clewett, Clyde — 36 donkey. James — 52, 97 Clour. Bob — 52 Clovis. Lee — 52 Cockburn. Dorothy — 52 Cohen. Connie — 96. 97 Cohen. Harvey — 36. 44 Cole. Michael — 99. 110 Cole. Patricio — 150 Collins, Clementine — 67 Collins, Mory — JO, 105 Conlin, Anne — 1 21 Conner, Mouieen 36 Contreros, Art — 83, 125 Cope, Jock E, — 31, 48, 88, 98. 112. 119 Cook Allen — 52 Cook, Herold — 120 Cook, Allan — 52 Cooper, Fred— 52, 96, 97, Cordell, Shirley — 36 Cornell, Carolyn — 5 2 Cornell, Diane — 64 Cornelison, Chorles — 36 Corona, Cecilia — 63, 121 Corrigon, Robert — 36, 120 Coslello, Thomas — 80, 85, 118 Coulson, Jean — 1 18 Counts. Yvonne — 36, 80 Cover, Colleen — 52 Covert, Phyllis — 36, 105 Covert, Phillis — 36, 105 Covington, Barbara — 36 Cowell, Betty— 52, 153 Cox, Cynthia — 50, 52 Cox, Marilyn D — 52 Croig. Jewell — 73 Crawford. Virginia — 64 Crist. Dave G — 117 Cronk, Mildred — 64 Crooks, Marilynn — 36, 95 Cross, Morgoret — 64 Cross, Thomas — 1 16 Crow, Gordon — 42. 91. 110 Crowell. Richord — 42. 80 Curse. Harold — 1 14 Corz. Roseline — 69 Cummings. Sandra — 66. 67, 70 Curb, Judith— 32. 36. 105 Curry, Ardeth— 52, 107, 116 Cutmon, Ada — 36, 62 Doiley, Ann — 53 , 91, 144 D Amico, Mory — 108, 109 Dohlgten, Richard— 37, 112, 147 Dare. Dale — 110 Douve. Paul— 37. 118 Day, Lorry — 85. 1 10 Dearinger. Bob — 53. 97 Decker, Richard — 131 Deckert, Curtis — 53 Degler, Ron — 132 Oelgado, Armond — 53, 14 1 Dclk, Ruth — 67. 69 Deming, Glenda — 120 Dennison, Maty L — 53 DePasqoule, Joni — 53. 153 DeRus. Nanette — 64 Devenny. Bonnie — 103 Oey. Janet Rose — 37, 80, 97, 109 Dick. Carol — 53. 105 Dickson, Monte — 1 10 Dieberl. Marilyn — 53, 105, 120 Dier, Doyrl — 68 Dierbeiger. Jock — 1 17 Dietiker, Louise — 53. 109 Oilley, Donald — 37 Dittberner. Richard — 54 Dobbins. Suson — 53. 153 Doin. Edward — 149 Doty. Mary — 5 3. 109 Dougon, Gory — 53, 88, 135, 137, 138 Dowell, David — 53 Downs, Elizabeth— 53, 105, 153 Doyle, Dens — 53 Dozier, Robin — 53 Dugon, Kathleen — 37, 88, 106, 107 Oungery, Betty — 72 Duron, Richard — 37 Dutfey, Daniel — 57, 97 Durhon, Ross — 1 18 Dye, Robert — 135, 137 Dyer, Carolyn — 1 21 Eaton, Evelyn — 64 Egnew, Gory — 1 52 Egnozzi, Vincent — 37 Eilert, Audrey — 37, 62 Eimers. Glenda — 53. 105. 153 Elwell.John — 37, 97 Elwell, Lois — 97 Enemas, Dolores — 37, 84, 149 Enright, Jomes — 146 Ensminger. Andrew — 37 Esterley, Shoron — 53. 97, 107 Evans, Robert — 53, 99 Evans, Susan — 53, 153 Evers. Kotherine — 53, 148, 149 Folk, Donald — 53 Fair, Patricio — 53, 38, 105 Fourot, Mark — 37 Feidler, Yvonne — 64 Fengler, Don — 37 Fenton, Philip — 53. 97 Ferber. Dale — 53. 93, 138 Fidel, Michael — 53 Fields, Donold — 53 Fmdley, Maty — 44, 53, 152, 153 Fitzgerald, Jim — 37 Fitzgerald, Thomos — 80, 120 Filzpatrick. Dennis — 38, 126 Fluegge, Dorothy — 38, 87, 116, lis Flynn, Margaret — 38, 43, 91, 97, 98, 106, 107 Fofonoff, Willia m — 38, 126 Foley, John — 53 Fontaine, Richard — 53, 80 Foringer, Jim — 131, 132 Foster, Diane — 53 Foster Estello- 83, 105 Frampron, Barbara — 54 Franklin, Carol — 54, 152 Franklin, Carl — 53, 152 Froser, Ann — 54, 107 French, Wilhom — 137 Frey, Mary — 38. 153 Fry. Barry — 131. 132 Fry, Darlene — 32, 50, 54, 80, 89 Foiboy, Carolyn — 67. 66, 69 Fuller, Robert — 38 Fussell, Dorothy — 54, 109 Gallegly, Rose — 64 Gollegos, Gilbert — 69 Gotcio, Angel — 54, 152 Gotcio, Botbofo — 54 Gotcio, Billie — 64 Gotner. Rirhord — 54. 1 12 Gormon. Shorolyn — 54 Gorris. Beverly — 38 Gastelum, Albert — 38 Gales, Kothryn — 38 Gow, Wayne— 38, 129, 139 Gentle, Suzie — 97 Gentry, Robert — 54 Georgi Ingeborg — 38 Gerace, Thomas — 38 Germer, Nancy — 54, 63. 121 Getfman. Leah — 63 Getzan. Ron — 98 Gibbons. Jomes — 54, 80 Gibson, Terry — 146 Giffotd, Fronk— 98, 99 Gilbertson, Thomas — 54 Glovin.Gail — 54. 98. 119 Glover. John — 38 Gober. Marcheto — 97 Goepfert, Come — 73 Gomez, Gloria — 64 Goodwin, Alan — 54 Gtaetch, Linda — 54 Graham, Grace — 38. 62 Gtommer, Joyce — 34. 63. 121 Gronese. Lois — 54. 103 Grant. Barbara — 10 Grant, Juonito — 38 Groybill. Donald — 54, 131 Groybou. Mevie — 68 Graves. Sue — 54, I 19 Green, Anodel — 54 Gribben, Hugh — 32, 39, 110 Griffin, James — 39 Griffin. Lorry — 120, 152 Grimm, Flora — 54, 152 Groot. Tom — 152 Guelker, Robert — 39, 120 Guettiero, Vincent — 54 Grundy, Martha — 73 Guilin, Alfonso — 54 Gully. Anthony — 54 Gunn. Mono — 54 Gurley. Dole — 54. 66. 110 Gutzmonn. Roymond — 54 110 Guss. Robert — 39 Gutschaw, Alan — 1 31 Guttman, Leah — 34. 121 Guyer. Roger — 39. 97 Hocher, Mane — 54, 121 Hacker, Harold — 39 Hague. Jeonnette — 54 Hohne. Wally — 83 Haight, Brian — 39, 1 10 Homes, Margie — 64 Hall. Charles — 39 Hall. Jonet— 142 Hall. Helen— 39, 109 Holl, Noel — 54 Holsteod, Tony — 54 Homono. Barbara — 39 Hamic, Ruth — 39. 83, 105. 153 Hamilton. Roberta — 54 Hondelman. Evelyn — 97 Honno. Donald — 39, 132. 133 Haioldson, Joy — 54 Hardesty. Shirley — 55 Hardy. Kay — 39. 102, 103 Horns, Diono — 55. 91. 98 Harris, Helen — 66 Horsho. Bill — 39. 97 Hotfield. Carl — 39 Hawkins, Paul — 55 Howkins, Gornet — 40, 104. 105 Hoycs, John — 40, 61 , 84, 86, 87, 92. 102, 1 10, 151 Hayes, John — 55, 141 Heoly, Barbara — 40. 97, 102, 103 Heoly. Robert — 40, 96. 97 Heer. Robert — 1 14 Heeter, Frederick — 152 Heil,Dove — 40 Heinbokel. Sato — 40. 62 Heintz, Maxine — 64 Heller. Ronald — 119, 140, 14 1 Helset, Raymond — 40. 99 Hemphill. Lawrence — 55 Hensel, Shirley — 40 Hensley, Roberta — 40 Henry. Charles — 40 Herckt. Michael — 55 Herrera, Tony — 55 Herzog. Linda — 1 20 Hesser. Marlene 40 Hettzler, Amto — 64 Hettingo. Stan — 1 14 Heynen. Bill — 137, 138 Hezmolholch, Sharon — 80, 118 Hichens, Guillemine — 121 Hibbard, Irene — 121 Higoshi, Nobuo — 55 Higgins. Dee — 120 Hilorides, Julie — 55 Hill. Jerry — 55. 132, 133 Hill, Julie — 55 HilLSolly- 55, 107 Hillhouse, Carolyn — 55, 96. 97 Hittle. Robert G. — 97 Hirigoyen. Terry — 40 Hock. Diane — 32. 50. 55. 105 Hockluelner. Irene — 69 Hoffman. Joni — 35 Hoffstodt. Rito — 40 Holden, Robert — 1 12 Hollingsworth. Ann — 55. 97, 103, 153 1 Holm. Donold R. — 28. 32. 40, 103, 110 Holm, Margaret — 72 Howard. Carole — 55 Howard, Jerry — 55 Howey, Marilyn — 40 Hughes, Josephine — 55, 116 Huller. Jim — 1 17 Hurst, Gene 41 Hurst, Herbert — 55, 140, 141 Hurst, Ronnie — 147 Huston, Dallas — 41 Hyde, Colleen — 64 Hyne, Bruce — 60 Ide, Martha — 41 , 62 lensler, Bevolyn — 64 Jocklin, Edmund — 41 Jackson, Georgio — 41 Jackson, John — 55 Jocobson, Andrew 41 Jocobson. Don — 55 Jacqmin, Bonnie 41 Janosko. Joseph — 41 Jonsen. Glenn — 55, 97 Jenkins, Carol — 55 Jenkins, Gwen — 55, 96 Jennings, Donno — 73 Jennings, LeRoy — 55, 11 Jennings, Roxine — 67, 70 Jensen, Olive — 64 Johanson, Stig — 97, 107 Johnson, Carol — 97. 107 Johnson. Margaret — 39, 55, 148, 149 Johnson. Richard — 32, 114 Johnson, Wanda — 55 Johnson, Kathreen — 69 Jones, Carolyn — 55. 153 Jones, Jo Ann — 55, 63, 121 Jones, Judith — 55 Jones, Robert — 16, 32. 50, 1 12, 130, 131 Jorgensen, Ayn — 84, 105 Joyce. Larry — 41 Ju. Amy — 64 Jungkeit. John — 55 Jungkeit, June — 1 19 Kaun, Alice — 60 Keor, Joy — 125 Keenon, Chorles — 1 10 Keeley, Ed — 47. 1 10 Kennedy. Potncio — 108. 109 Kenley, Louis — 138 Kepplinger, Albert — 97, 110 Kesler, Etta — 73 Kerndge, Philip — 1 12. 131, 132 Ketchum, Dole — 141 Khorehmoun, All — 1 16 Kiefer, Beverly — 55 Killion. Lurrelto — 121 King, Barbara — 55, 63, 121 King, Joanne — 1 53 Kinietz, Alice — 42, 106. 1 19 Kinses. Loretto — 86 Kisner. Robert — 55. 144 Klaus. Louise — 42 Klimpel. Bonnie — 55. 63 89, 103, 121 Khng, K|ell— 55, 152 Klipo, Michael — 55 Kneib, Irene — 62 Knight, Dove — 42, 84, 91, 143, 144 Knight, Mory — 66, 67, 70 Knight, Robert — 42, 87, 116 Knight, Shirley — 42 Knowles, Delphia — 56 Knox, Kenneth— 29, 42, 47, 76, 112 Knutson, Jockie — 1 1 6 Koger, Margie — 85 Kolbhtz. Craig— 56, 112 Koh, Yun — 97 Kohlenberger, Donald — 31, 32. 50. 110 Kohlenberger. John — 50. 56, 112 Kokx, Donno — 56 Konzol, Rolph — 56 Koppel, John — 56 Koss, Dole — 56, 1 16 Kotoke, Ruby — 42 Koontz, Ruth — 96. 97 Kramer, Russell — 96, 97 Krousmon, Ed — 56 Kretotnger, Richard — 56 Kroeger, Margie — 105 Kurisu, George 56 Loch, Helen — 66, 67. 69 Lacy. Lawrence — 56 Loe, Pete — 131 Lorn, John — 1 4 1 Lamb, Corol — 56. 152 Lamm, Laura — 56 London. Potr.cio — 105. 149 Lone, Joyce — 42 Longford, Ann — 42. 149 Langham. Helen — 56 Lopoinre, Chnsitne — 56, 107, 153 Lorson, Carol — 42, 104, 105 Lorsen, Carole — 42, 105 Lorson, Kotherine — 121 Lowborn, Donald — 56 LowTon, James — 56 Loymon. Robert — 42 Leoch, Robert — 42 Leonder, Wendy — 42. 109. 116 Leatherby, Solly — 60 LeBarron, Jane — 67, 69 Ledbeiier, Gory — 56. 1 1 2 Lemberger, Larry — 56 Lemberger, Carole — 56, 105 Lemoine, Joan — 56 Lewondowski, Art — 42. 97 Lewis. Shirley — 67, 69 Lmdeboom. Robert — 141 Lm. Yung— 57 Legsdon, Carol — 105 Loontz. Rurh — 72 Logue. Ello l21 Lomax, Lester — 56, 1 20 Long, Pete — 139 Long, Max — 1 1 7 Long, Norman — 1 16 Loury, Charleen 43, 105 Lozono. Tony — 43 Ludford. Edward — 31 , 32. 42. 56, 110 Lynch, Carl — 43 1 10 May, berry, Arlo — 153 McBr.de, DarreM — 56 McClellon. Joyce — 56 McClennon, Don — 1 32 McCorkendale. Allen — 43, 96, 97 McCormick, Robin — 56 McCoy. Beverly — 43, 108. 109 McCoy, Glenn — 43 McCue. John — 56 McDill. Sondra — 43 McDoogal. Beverly — 56, McDowell, Jerry — 67 McConley, Charles — 56 McGinty, Romono — 4 3 McKee. Richard — 1 10 McKenna, Larry — 57. McNoy. Gilbert — 57 Magers, George — 56 Moles, Joanne — 43, 50 Manning. Deonno 56, 80, 149 Manner. Herb 64 Morple. BefTy — 66 Morrino, Joan — 92 Martin, Goil — 56. 107 Martin. James — 1 26 Martin, Janice — 73 Martinez. Anno — 43 Marx, Ken — 21 Mase, Ronald — 43 Mota, Gabriel — 43 Mothews, Leiloni — 43, 106 Mathews, Bobby — 117. 153 Mattingly, Gory — 77 Maxim, Margie — 66 Maxwell. Corolyn — 56 Mayberry. Arlo — 4 3, 152 Meadows. Eoriine — 43. 97 Meier. Elizabeth — 96, 97 Meier, Steve 44 Meissner, Charlotte — 149 Mellono, Mtchael — 1 17 Merewin, Mary — 92 Merntt, Mortha 44 Meserole, Norma — 44, 62 Meyer, Merle — 44 Mickey. Doris -44 Millard. Mary — 99 Miller, M.ke— 131 Miller. Dirk — 57 Miller, Glendon — 57 Miller, Judith— 57. 120 Miller, Ronald — I 16 Miller, Sue — 30 Minch, Marilyn — 152 Minofik, Dolores — 57, 97, 98 Mitchell, Sue — 57, 105 Mittmon. Martin — 57 Moberg, Potncro — 97, 73 Moers. John — 44 Montenegro, Elena — 57. 153 Montgomery. Jim — 92 Montoya, Jose — 57 Moore, Betsy — 69 Moore, Dennis — 57, 142 Moore, Patricia — 44 62 154 I 10 73 , 45, 83, Moore, Sharon — 64 Morgan, Morrh- ' ? ' Morse, Gory - Morris, Harleru 154 Moulton, Solly — 44, 63 Muchenlhaler Norberr — 57 Mu|ica. Louis — 57 Mulack, Sylvia— 57 Mulkms, Lillian — 57 Mull. km. Nelle — 73 Munoz. Orestes- — 57 Munsil, Sandra — -44, Muro. Candie — 64 Murroy. Geraldine — Musiol, Larry — 14 1 Muzio. Patricia — 33, 44, 153 Noffo, Jamal— 1 17 Nogosawa, Fionces — -44 Nakomuro. Helen — 64 Nancarrow, Pot — 57, 153 Nopier, John — 31,35,44. 11 Naoke, Herb — 50, 57, 119 Nosh, Leslie Ann — 38, 44, 76, 82. 83. 150 Noylor, Irene — 73. 105, 149 Neal,Grady l46. 57. 142 Nelson, Donna — 109, 1 16 Nelson, James — 147 Neumon, Ronald — 57 Newkirk. Gene — 89 N.cor. Ronald — 97 Nicholson, Morgarel — 66, 67, Nicken.g, Deonno — 57 Nielsen, Robert— 1 17, 125 Noble. V.vion — 57, 62 Noll, Dolly — 72 Norberg, Nancy — 17 96. 97, 104, 105 O Brien, Mary — 99, 119 Oeike. Marilyn — 64 Ogdon, L.ndo — 57 Ohton., George — 57 Olsen. Barboro — 29, 30, 32, 4 103 Olsen, Bud — 86 O Re.liy, Leonard — 57, 93, 97, 108 O Reilly. Ronald — 57, 97, 108 Ongiesen, John — 131, 141 Ortiz, Henry — 57 Oswald. Phyllis — 57, 103, 153 Owens. Larence — 153 Owens, Sonny — 142, 143 Poor, Julie — 66, 67, 70 Polm, George 44 Palmer. Kolhy — 88 Pangborn. Tim — 57, 112 Pork, David— 1 19 Porker, Bette — 45. 108 Parker, Gerlude — 63 Porkman, Suzanne — 45 Parks, Carol 45. 108, Porks. Curtis — 57 Porsfey, Deanne — 1 16 Patrick. Sondra — 98. 105 Paul, Borbaro — 57 Poulus, Nancy — 70 Pease, Howard — 58. 120, Pelham, Darlene — 71 Pelnorsch, Warren — 58, 120 Penna, Elizabeth — 58,97, 103 Penmngs, Don — 45 Perkins, Avery — 43. 58, 93. 96. 97 Perkins. Jackie — 30. 34. 45. 63. 103. 121, 153 Perkins Moior — 58, 1 10 Perez. Norman — 1 4 1 Perry. Herbert 42 Pelerkin, Ronald — 45 Peters, Clara — 58, 107. 153 Peterson. Barbara — 58, 66 Peterson. Lynne — 58 Pettis. Richard — 45 Peltit. Euno — 45, 62 Phelps, Linda — 43, 45. 96. 97, 106. 107 Phillips, Bruce — 58, 120 Philpolt, Virginio — 64 Pimm, Jerry — 134, 137 Pirtle, Jack — 58 P.rtle. Joe — 80 Pitts, Curtis — 58 Pitts. Ronald — 128 Plane, Joan — 45. 102, Plegel, Jeanette — 64 Pollard. Frank — 120 Ponce, Edmond— 45 Porter. Janet 45, 97, 98, 148. 149 Powell. David — 55. 58 Powell. Rex — 42 Powell, Royce — 45, 152 Powell, Sherry— 53. 58, 105, 150 Preheim, LeAnne — 58, 97 Price. Richard — 58 Prior, Nancy — 58, 107, 153 Pross, Elmer — 45 Puil.n. Altouso — 1 19 Pfuitt, Joyce — 45, 95 Putnam, Bonnie — 58 Quigley, Jetry — 139 Rackelt, Selty — 39, 45. 83, 93, 144 Shtnk, Jerry — -112 Shon ■. Shoo. Siccii J Simms, Bobb ' - 1 1 Simmonj Ini —64 Smon, Jo:..n. • 59 102. 103 62 Ramos Anionic —58 108, 109 Ramsey, G.: Romsey, Le ' 7 Ransdell, . 09 Rau; . 37, 1 14 109 152 143 103, 153 Ravt-., „ ■ , Reed, Kenneth — 46 Reed, Moureen — 64 Reeves, Royer — 58 Renner, Jeannene — 46 Reyes. Mory — 58 Reynolds, Colleen — 46 Reynolds, Ruth — 58 Rhone, John — 46. 57, 80, 85, 86. 118 Rhymes Patricia -45 R.chord William — 58 Richardson, Antonio — 58 Rickel, Edword 46 Ricker. Beverly — 46, 98, 107 Ricker, M.ke — 124, 128 R.egel, Nancy — 58, 120 R.esen, Wilhom — 55, 58 Roades, Jean — 58, 120 Robb, Jack — 142, 143 Roberds, Shoron — 97, 119 Robenson, Tommie — 70 Roberts, Roberta — 58, 63, 103, 121 Roberts, Jean — 69 Robertson, Kathleen — 73 Robinson, Nancy — 71 Robmson, Ronald — 130, 131, 132 Robmson, Tommie — 58, 66 Roddy, Jack — 46 Rodriquez, Vincente — 46 Roe, Venilu — 46, 99, 108, 109, 119 Rodriguez, John — 58 Roesner, Don — 58, 144 Rogers, Ann — 68 Rokes, Hazel — 121 Romero, Mary — 58, 1 20 Rome, Danny — 44 Rome, Don — 1 17 Ronsko, Jack— 59, 112 Rost, Gerald — 59 Ross, Dove — 142 eoss Morilyn — 59, 120 Rouell, Ihurmo — 72 Rowe, Sue — 46, 83, 154 Ruby, Martin — 46, 141 Ruffell, Rodney — 59 Rumsey, Win — 64 Runyon, Kotie — 59, 103 Russell, Harold — 125 RusI, W.ll.am — 46, 94, 110 Rust ond. Eunice — 59, 109 Sagoro, Norm — 1 4 1 Salerno, Roseann — 59, 103. 153 Sandoval, Anthony — 1 20 Sosko, Timothy — 47, 89 Sawtelle, Sandra — 59 Sawyer, Gordon — 59 Soybo, Jerry — 59 Scharpenberg, Sandro — 59 Schode, Dove — 120 Schauers, Neil — 66, 98 Schlink, Jerry — 131. 132 Schmidt, Sarah — 47 Schmitz, Erika — 59. 97 Schoeder, Carol — 59 Schlogenhooff, Paisie — 84 Schoilen, Don — 1 1 2 Schmid, Charlyn — 46, 105, 112 Schoolcraft, Norman — 59 Schreiber, Linda — 96, 97 Schulie, Wendell — 84 Schuliz, Borbaro — 105 Schwemmer, Joonne — 59 Scott, Georgia — 68 Seney, Martha — 1 21 Several, Bob — 99. 119 Serfas, Corol — 17,47, 109 Several, Robert — 32 Shonohon, John — 1 14 Sharp, Lois — 47 Shaw. Dorothy 47 Sheffield, C— 142 Shermon, Ello — 73 Sherman, Dwoyne — 120, 142 Shipkey, Thomas — 46, 84, 124, . 97 80 103. Smolcs. Patricio — 97, 59 Smallwood, Terilee — 59, 66 Smith. - ' ■ ' 77, 97, 120 Smith Smith, I . Smith. Lois 47 Smith, Sondy — 73 Sneed, Marvin — 1 1 4 Snodgross, Dennis — 59 Snyder, Dianne — 47. 109, 148, 149 Snyder, Ned — 47 Sorenson, JoAnn — 59 Sorensen, Kenneth — 47 Spaeth, Ronald — 59, 124, 126, 128, 144 Spencer, Judy — 152 Sponks, Bill— 59 Stagner, Alan — 59 Stalker, Richard — 47 Stanley, Claudette- Slanley, Ken — 59 Storkey, Elizabeth — 47, Stec. Barbara — 59, 88, 103. 120, 150 Steele, Dorothy — 30, 47, 87, 103, 149 Steel, Linda— 59. 63 1 16. 121 Steele, Robert — 47 Slenton, Morsholl — 144. 139 Stephenson, Lorene — 64 Stevens, Winifred — 59 Stevens, Nancy — 47, 84, 114, 116 Stevens, Sylvester — 47, 84, 114 1 16 Stevenson, Larry — 132 Stevenson. William — 59 Stewart. Alan — 59 Stewart. Peter — 59 Stewart, Robert — 1 39 Stewart, Robert — 48 Stewart, Terry — 1 3 1 Slodort, Beverly — 60, 107 Storer, Leslie — I 1 6 Stowell, Jeanene — 60, 107, 120 Strong, Marion — 48, 62 Sturdivont. Dorothy — 97 Sutherland. Robert — 132 Sutton, Noncy «8, 91, 102, 103, 153 Swart, Kenneth — 4 8 Swenson Phyllis — 149 Switzler, Ben -47 Symns, Roberta — 48, 109 Tollant, Roy — 126 Tonomochi, Morjorie — 97 Tonde, Everett — 141 Tarbutton, Jock — 48, 114 Tarry, Sherie — 60, 63 Taylor, Carol — 60 Tebbs, Beverly — 77, 105 Temple, George 48, 83 Terrell, Richard — 48 Terrio, Ann — 60 Thayer, Don — 32, 48 Theiss, James — 1 17 Therian, Pearl — 72 Theurel, Eldeon 48, 149, 153 Thompson, Wilhs — 142 Thompson, Terry — 20 Tinker, Carolyn — 62 Tobin, Ronald — 146 Todd, Sylvia — 105 Toller, Stephen — 60 Toussou, Don — 48 Townsend, Jean — 105 Trocy, Thomas — 124, 128 Treize, Don — 66 Treio, Helen — 62 Trogdon, Sherry — 72 True, Teresa — 97 Trujillo, Eleonor — 69 Trussell, Roy — 60 Tudor, Potricict 48 Tusinger, Don — 1 17 Turtle, Louise — 62 Turner, Gail — 66, 70 Umberson, Dorothy — 1 03 Upton, Horry — 95 LJrobe. James — 60 Volusek, Patricia — 48, 103, 118 Volencia, Rodolfo — 48, 119 Vanderburg, Sandra — 60, 76, 84, 89. 105 Vonklavcrn, Bill — 83 Von focken. Bill— 60 Von Sickle, Kenneth- 86. 92. I 32 Vargos, Mory — 60 Vaughan, Richard — 140 Voughn, WiU.an — 60, 76, 14 1 Vought, Donald — 60 Verdin, El.os — 60 Vcrhcyden, William — 1 10 Vigue, Morvin — 80, 97 Viscetlo, Paul — 60 Voglcr. Robert — 1 18 Vooden, Jomes — 120 Vukovich, Irene — 64 Vyskocil, Suzonne — 60 Wadsworth, Peggy — 71 Wagner, Beverly — 30, 49, 87, 89, 103, 153 Wogner Robert — 60 Wolker, Lindo — 60 Wolkcr, Selwyn — 21 Wolker, Hugh— 60, 152 Woll, Richard— 49, 53, 84, 91, 98, 110 Waller, Jennie — 64 Wolti, Fredrick — 49 Walters, Robert — 49 Walton, Eileen — 49, 99. 105. 154 Ward, Roger — 60, 1 10 Worden, Wes — 60 Warner, Don — 60 Washer, Gory — 49 Woshburn. Corol — 69 Wotkins, Arthur 43, 48, 60, 76, 88, 102, 110, 152 Woshmgton, Howatd — 49, 110 Wotkins, Kenneth — 60 Wotson, Pleasant — 60, 110 Watson, Volene — 31, 60, 103 Walters, Goil — 67, 71 Weber, Michael — 49 Weidenborner. Dolores — 60, 63 Wcir. Williom — 60 Wgis. Robert — 60 Welsh. Alice — 60 Welsh. Robert — 60 West. Phyllis — 49. 84, 153 Weskmchen, Gerald- 49 Westerlind, Pete — 1 26 Westfoll, Mcirl — 60 Westervel " White, D-: Wbite,Gle,- . .,- White, Mike — 49 Whitfield, Pat — 30, 47, 49, 87, 89, 102, 103, 153 Whitefield, Jeri — 88 Whyte, Elizabeth — 49, 76, 96, 97, 105. 150 Wichwore. Lowrence — 60 Wilbern. Diet— 49 Wiles, Ar- 04 Wilke, Fi = Williams,,-.... ,., .4? Williams, Gail — 97 Willinghom, Donno — 60, 109 Willis, John — 152 Willis, Geoffrey — 96 Willis, Susan— 6C 97 116, 119 Willis, Wi Wilson, Tl Wingort, E . Wohlford, Carol,n — 33. 104 Wofford. Borbora — 30. 43, 49. 93, 97, 98, 106, 107, 153 Wood. Allan — 35. 88 Vi oods, Jerry — 49 Woods, Tom — 126 Wooley, Sandra — 89 Wooton, Tommy — 49 Woodward, Clarence 49 Worthington, Sylvia — 34, 49, 63, 102, 103, 121 Wrenn William — 31, 32, 42, 87, 89, 110 Wright, Dove — 61 Wright Ester — 96, 97 Wright, Pat — 73 Wylie, Warren — 125, 128 Yates, Mildred — 61, 63, 121 Younger, Frosty — 142, 143 Zappo, Korl — 17, 31, 32, 33, 42, 49, 94, 110 Zeuihen, Frederick — 61 Ziemer, Robert — 49, 112, 120 Ziemer, Billie — 64 Zunise, Chico — 142, 143 J imm a nam IMR As another year comes to a close, we soy goodbye, remembering our happy days at Fuller- ton. In the future we may well look back on these events as the high points of our lives. With this thought in mind, we have tried to preserve the college year 1956- ' 57, with all its memories for you, between these covers. In these captions and photographs you will find one full year of your life. We of the Torch Staff hope you will appreciate our efforts. As editor I wish to thank all the members of my staff who have contributed so much time and effort toward the completion of this yearbook. I would especially like to thank Mr Howard Hall, our advisor, without whose invaluable help this publication would never have been possible. I would also like to thank Jack Roddy, Mrs. Mary Smith of Reynolds Studio, the S.K. Smith company and Yearbook House; and all the others who played a part in preparation of this book. Thanks also go to you, the student or faculty member reading this book, for again having upheld the traditions and spirit of FJC. To the future we leave the accomplishments as re- corded in the pages of this book and the chal lenge to those who come after us to carry them to new heights. The book is finished and so is the year . . . GAIL GLAVIN Editor C-fnoiker % . 3- 3i- creaiion PUBIISHEI!5 OF TEAS BOOKS FOt THE DI5C81M1NAT1NG ' lie ijearbook utouie Monrovia California


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