Fullerton Junior College - Torch Yearbook (Fullerton, CA)

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■ •? " 9S!W? ' pBP P!!»!!P ? ' » ' I x lRi|| Hg@a Cdlf omo lc40- ' W,. ' ' i )n i , -1 ' ». i- ' W .-Tm vmt fk ' »M ' - SdSS ' f " ' mwuvuivnvA ..h Torch ' 58 Mr. and Mrs. Ecirl Dysinger _. Dedication Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dysinger, " Dyke " and " Bobbie " to thousands of Fullerton Junior College students, are retiring from .teaching this year after a combined total of 74 years of service to the FUHS-FJC districts. It is to their warmth and friendliness to which we dedicate this, the 1958 edition of the Torch. They met each other on the FJC campus and since the very beginning of their teaching careers have given life and personality to this campus. " Dyke " has known this college since its birth in 1913, having served as its first Student Body presi- dent. After completing work at FJC and Stanford University, he returned to FUHS to teach in 1920. Since then he has taught social science, instructed photography classes, been an adviser to the Torch, and assumed countless other curriculor and co-curricular chores. He has served in recent years as coordin- ator of district audio-visual services. " Bobbie " Dysinger, who holds a BA from the University of California and an MS from the University of Wisconsin, came to FUHS-FJC in 1922. Since then she has taught in both the high school and college physical education departments. She retires as chairman of the women ' s P.E. department. One of her proudest accomplishments has been the initiation and con- tinuing sponsorship of a vigorous Women ' s Athletic Association. Together Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dysinger have left a record of outstanding accom- plishment of which both they and this college can be proud. Perhaps even more important, they have left the imprint of their sincerity and hard works on the hearts of countless Fullerton Junior College students. Mr. Audio " works with the tools of his trade Bobbie " demonstrates techniques of badminton. " Classes Pages 3S-109 Ta of Sports Pages 166-197 Activities Con ble Organizations Pages 110—129 Pages 130-165 Advertisements Pages 198—2 tents F, J. C Campus 5 55SS■i5 Si? ;■SS!SSJS«K- T ■«v .,.,- . Change was the watchword on the Hornetville campus as the old mode way for the new. The new Student Center and Library were opened and dedi- cated. The old Hive gave way to a larger Hive and planners moved toward construction of new Electronics and Home ' Economics buildings. Shining in the evening sky is the new FJC Library, latest decoration to the Fullerton campus. This view was familiar to over 4000 students who this year attended Fullerton Junior College Evening School. ••fc % The center of the FJC campus is the Administration Building, which houses college offices and classrooms upstairs. At right is a corner of the Business Education building. Walkways, all paved this year for the first time, ore boarded with magnolia trees and shady lawns just right for spring lounging. From the bridge walkway of the new library the fa- miliar Administration buildings, with their ornate out- side stairs, cupolas, tile roofs and bell towers, can be seen from a different angle. Beyond is the tower rising high over the big auditorium shared with FUHS students. Another scene which gave way to progress this year was the beautifully landscaped front of the FJC Administration Building. The wide carpet of grass and green plants was removed as construction began on a new wing to the building which will house more administrative offices, and a new counseling center. 10 Standing with its proud, modern lines the new FJC Library now graces the front of the Hornetville skyline. The new $440,000 :.■. c-story structure was opened to students beginning this year. The Library includes typing rooms, listing rooms, eight upstairs classrooms and space for more than 68,000 volumes. 1 1 Dedicated with a formal dance in September, the new Student Center quickly became the center of campus life at Hornetville. The proud structure with its modern furniture, hi fi sound system, and fireplace was the scene of after-game dances, formals and rallies. The new Deans ' offices and Commission room are also housed in the building. The new student Health Cen- ter was the latest addition to FJC ' s two year old gym. The center handled attendance as well as health this year. More classrooms and additional locker space also enlarged the gym ' s facilities. 12 Even the old underwent construction this year as the hberal arts building (above) was relieved of the old library and converted into classrooms. Arts and crafts are housed on the ground floor and the FJC cosmetology department occupies half the upper story. Sporting a front wall of gloss, the new Student Center dis- plays its proud modern lines. The Christmas Formal and Homecoming dances were held in the SC along with other memorable social events. 14 Fullerton College campus, as seen by high-flying Hornets, spreads over a scenic and landscaped 67-acre site. New buildings in use this year for the first time are new Library (lower center) and Student Center (upper left). Under construction were a new wing for the Administration Building (lower left) and a north wing to the gym. (upper right). Jammed parking lots ogam this year attested to the popularity of the college. Enrollment this year passed 2500 full-time day students, largest in the 44 year history of Fullerton JC. " Voice of the College " was Dr. Lynn Sheller, College Director, who broadcasted morning announcements daily. Assisting him in supervising Hornetville, were (op- posite page) Dean of Women Marguerite Waters, who helped plan most of the student social affairs; Dean of Men Ivan C. Malm, advisor of student government; Dean of Instruction and Counseling Gordon R. Melgren, who set up the schedules for classes; and Dean of Rec- ords and Admissions, Ralph R. Snyder, who was in charge of admitting all students. College Director Gordon R. Melgren Dean of Instruction Ralph R. Snyder Dean of Admissions The Deans Marguerite Waters Dean of Women Ivan C AAolm Dean of Men Logan W. Wheatley Assistant Superintendent John W. Mann Administrative Assistant D. Gordon McComber Board Member District Administrotior I Virgil G. Morf Board Member T. Stanley Warburton Superintendent Francis N. Laird Board Member 0 E. William Wylie Board President 18 Joe W. Johnson Board Clerk Wallace J. Riutcel Business Manager (I to r) Marjorie Farmer, Irma Garner, Charmaine Krause, Barbara Richards, Marilyn Guss College Carol Lynne Parks Ruby Kotake Grace Kotake Marlene Hesser Secretaries [I to r) Kathleen Dugan, Rosella Szalkowski, Nadine Royer, Carolyn Conner, Erma Grimes Gerald Baden Science Glenn Baum Math Blaze Bonazza English Robert Bos Social Science Oran Breeland Phys. Ed. Don Brunskill Business Ed. ' ' ;°bab y one of ,he b ■ ' W . ' " year was Jt " ' " ' " ctors on ,. students. " ' ' ' ' orrer. He ,3 3 w; 1 ! ' ---- ' " 1 two of h„ Philip Borst Social Science Vaughn Brown Math Pauline Buzzell Nursing Ed. Coord. F. J. C. n I .. il John Cannon — Geology ary Chapman — Merchandising Hallie Chase — Asst. Dir. of Nursing Jeon Clawson — Vocational Nursing John Clayton — Biology Business Educoiion Dwayne Copp — Social Sciences Alice Coppess — Professional Nursing Miriam Co . — English FacultLf June Curtiss — Business Education I •J " „f ,he student merchondising „ members ot i_nitc rolleqe. the Annual Business 4 F. J. C ' Bud Dawson — Men ' s Phy. Ed, Chm. Herbert Drapkin — Science , , ,ue new faculty lounge in the Morv Hcdodon, who decoro e . , , ,.,,,,33 for library, happily hongs up one that " finol ' ou : - Dr. Ira Dudley — Language Earl Dysinger — Audio-Visual Darwin Fredrickson — Music Marilyn Ediss — English Mc irtha Ehlen — Language -mr- ■ M i J «f % ■ m i . 9 Gladys Fried — Nursing Ed. Russell Floan — Math. Philip Friedel — Tech. Trades Florence Dysinger — Phy. Ed. Margaret Franks — Nursing Ed. Denver Garner — Speech . «? ' %mk Facultq Robert Gates — Science Everett Gibbs — English Will, am Tayhr, archi cy Russell Graham — Social Science Chester Gromocki — Chm. Tech. Trades Howard Hail — Journalism Ruby Horrod — Business Ed. Dallas Hazleton — Tech. Trades Kenneth Helvey — Music Lucile Hinkle — Art Mary Hodgdon — Art Leiand Hollenberg — Science William Houck — Tech. Trades Paul Ingham — Music -fe •■;l%. ii .- ;isa Jean Kennedy — Chm. Womens ' P.E. William Klaustermeyer — Soc. Science i I A V Lee Korf — Drama Harold Larsson — Math Philip LeRoss — Chm. Soc. Science Cornelius Loeser — Science Lois McClure — Librarian C. Robert McCormick — Tech. Trades Eugene McKibbin — Social Science Betty McKown — Home Economics Evelyn Maddox — Prof. Nursing Jessomyn West MrPh.. Hfi HHdMV Persuasion- and FJr . " ' ° " ' hor of ,he nn 7 " " ew library sL S ' " " ' " o ' the d T ' ' ' " ly •° f ' onor (righM f; ' ' " ' ° " ° " y established a w° " ° " " ' " Afterword he L hT ' ' ' -ector Dr n " " " " " ' --B-on and yce - --.ct Supe -nt : ' s Margaret Manire — College Nurse M ■I ias; ■ ■I flk... Henr y Mansfif 5ld Molh F. J. William Meyer — English Paul Miller — Tech. Trades Alex Omalev — Phy. Ed. Orpha Oravetz — Professional Nursing Ipfi Porter — Tech. Trades Facultq Dr. Joe Philbrick — Social Science Lloyd Mitchell — Science Fletcher Palmer — Science Merrill Moremen — Social Science Everis Nelson — Tech. Trades Wheeler cdvises_ e r. ordinotot Osborne ; ' ;.,, nation pe ' pKrr-V -tn students dur.ng .g „d Dallas Hazleton Iraaeb •• ' „i;np enqme i " ' display Harold Richardson — English ES rd».» - Emil Roy — English George Seeley — Science Charles Ruby — Social Science Roy Sensonbougher — Math Dr. Ornngton Ramsay — English Eldon Rodieck — Agriculture Mabel Sanders — Prof. Nursing William Shedd — Drafting R J. C, Betty Ribal — Math Harold Rollins — Phy. Ed. Dr. Clarence Schneider — Englist Joan Shea — Voc. Nursing ' I Facultq Esther Shelton — Social Science Raymond Smith — Math Marshall Simart — Tech. Trades Phil Snyder — Social Science D -j ; Alva Straw — Chm. Bus. Ed. Spencer Strader — Agriculture ' oyd Vounger h , ' " 5ing Board « ' ' ° ' ° ' ' ° " ° ' " " rses l! ,- " ' ° ' - for the Ralph Smith — Engineering Drawing Ernest Soper — Tech. Trades Sonora Spencer — Dental Assistantship Amy Stump — Social Science Irma Tapp — Bus. Ed. ' [| Hugfi Tillman — Social Science Kathryn Tucker — Home Economics Dorcas Turner — Spanish Vincent Vigus — Tech. Trades Ernest Von Gruenigen — Science Osborne Wheeler — Counseling Coordinator David Willis — Science Howard Wilson — Business Educol i Nora Wilson — Business Education Dr. Elizabeth Wright — Science Floyd Younger — Science-Chm. 1: :t ° ' - " -3 ' o-cor.i, -Relents was the FJC AI. CocT ' " ' " ' ° ' - " - ' - P " e of letters ore, „ef, ,, , " 7 " " " " ' ' ° ' 9e ' - - --.-.ent,. Gi,bert ral:r.:7; T ' " ' ' ' ■ ' ° Ffanzen, treas- pres R I C. Facultq Club Dr. Clarence Schneider President Mary Chapman Secretary Ray Smith Treasurer The college faculty club, under the leadership of Dr. Elmer Schneider, worked hard this year at developing professional and social activities within the instructional staff. Highlights of the year included two informal gatherings and a theater party. The club also provided re- freshments for the new faculty lounge. In addition to the four club-sponsored general meetings, the council met weekly and several times joined with the board of trustees to discuss college problems. } : ' 29 Looking perhaps a little bored, the college faculty club holds one of its quarterly meetings in 317. Taking care of hungry students during the first part of the school year were (left to right) Mary King, Pearl Rydman, Myrtle Jorgenson, Thelma Taylor, Ella Struve, and Grace Timbrook. Due to construction of a new hive they were all temporily dismissed, except Mary King who was mode Student Union hostess. V ith the addition of two new members to the staff, the bookstore completed another year of furnishing students with school supplies. They ore (left to right] Louise Caliguire, Jessie Ott, Claudia Noland, Marjorie Reed and Kaylene Barber. Maintenance Chief Carlos " Andy " Andrew and Lead Custodian Herman Trotter GROUNDSMEN Lester Evans and Charles Polley Maintenance CUSTODIANS Standing (back, I. to r.| Cecil Cannon, Ronnie Bemis, Nick Colo, Garfield O ' Neal. (Front row, I. to r.| Thomas Hightower, Robert Heitzman, Fred Mason, Marion Greene, Louis Vargas. 31 . r 32 k A- S. B, Officers Commission (I to r) Wayne Wedin, Rich Garner, Bill Stevens, Avery Perkins, Sue Mitel- Cliff Ledbetter, Don Kohlenberger, Eddie Gutzman, Bud Watson, Betty G Mary Ann Barber, Carl Montgomery, Ann Hollingsworth, Chuck Keenan, J Cope, Trudi Love, and Arlene Crawford. ' " VMMMlrir Ann Hollingsworth Social Commissioner ♦ - Avery Perkins Elections Commissioner Jack Cope Athletics Commissioner Sue Mitchell Publicity Commissioner m Chuck Keenan Rally Commissioner r i- " " ' - J ' lk 1 I 35 i A -o. . AWS President Mary Ann Barber guided this year ' s ac- tivities to a very successful conclusion. A. W. S. 1- AWS Cabinet— Mary Payne, Vol Watson, Mary Ann Barber, Marie Tanner, Sue Evans, Sandy Roper. 36 c VC . f ' ' A. M. 5, Cliff Ledbetter served as AMS President and directed the organization ' s activities this year. AMS Cabinet — (front, I. to r.) Les Rinck, Louie Barnes, Cliff Ledbetter, Steve Stephens, Keith Hyson. Back row John Catalans, LJon Kohlen- berger, Wendel Schulte, Jock Cope. 37 HIHHiiHHHHHH jPWi V •. 4 ' H»p» -, ' - . . - 0- Sophomore Officers Class Beverly Bailey Mary Ann Barber Gory Bornett Lois Battle Norma Beebower Robert Beebower Cheryl Lynn Anderson James Anderson Robert Beeson Card games were popular with mole students during first semester. ; Many tables of intense players lined the patio area. ! Betty Benson Woody Blackburn Ronald Bloomfield Hank Bode Henry Boissernac Loren Bowman Eilie Brodly Len Breezoff Sherie Brockett Martha Brockman Eastern Conference Speech Champs Marjie Lanham and Del Standridge were proud to show off their newly won trophies. Judy Brown Marilyn Brown Marilyn Buckner Thomas Buehler Carol Bumgardner David Burnett Sally Colder Catclina Cano Geraldine Carleton Sandy Cornevale James Carter Dave Crist ' iiii Gary Cave Emerson Channell Gayle Christensen Darell Clark Robert Clour Dorothy Cockburn Billy Cooper Allan Cook Carolyn Cornell Betty Cowell Marilyn Cox Eddie Gutzman drove Homecoming Princesses around the Santa Ana field Turkey Day. They were, I to r: Lois Granese, Kafhy Palmer, Jane Todd and Diane Parsley. Ardeth Curry Mary Ann D ' Amico Dale Dare Howard Davis Lorry Day Robert Diaz Dick Dittberner Veatha Dorn Jane Doty ' rinf shop instructor Paul Miller runs off copies of the special 8-page idition of the Hornet " . . . largest published by the staff in recent ears. Displaying her independence. Majorette Marilyn Murfield goes her owi way as the band goes the other during the Turkey Day Game halftim at Santa Ana. Susan Evans Patricia Farmer Dale Ferber Don Ferm Philip Fenton Mary Jane Findley Carl Franklin Carol Franklin Darlene Fry fi JV Angel Garcia ;ag Twirlers Carole Griggs, Lynda Del Giorgio, Marcia Muller, Eileen i olton and Jill Menzimer perform at the Santa Ana rally. Nancy Germer Gail Glovin Ron Gougher Lois Granese Don Graybill Vincent Guerriero Flora Grimm Anthony Gulley Kenny Gunthef I 4ip i r Jerry Hil Eddie Gutzman Alice Hager Brian Haight Robert Hall Elizabeth Harberg Don Hostings Ruth Hay Robert Heoly Steve Hernandez Those attending the Christmas Formal held in the Student Union dance to the music of Al Harding ' s band. Sally Hill Robert Holden Ann Hollingsworth Clada Hoskins Carole Howard Dave Hoy Aurora Huesca Josephine Hughes Donald Jacobson [he Sorority Preference Tea was a big occasion for |l to r) Judy Espinosa, ' at Wood, and Linda Frew as they were welcomed by Mary Ann Barber. Halfback Ray Hood, an active " corpse, " checks with interest the Home football team " grave yard " left at Hornetville one night by Santo Anc rooters. Jan Keller Beverly Kiefer Barbara King Joanne King Bonnie Klimpel Dave Knight Don Kohlenberger John Kohlenberger Jim Konzol fMany FJC students enjoyed dancing at the 1st semester Play Nights. Jacqueline Lampher Helen Langhom Morjorie Lanham Joan Lemoine Paul Leonard John Maeser Shirley Maise Jock Mannell Deonna Manning Margie Kroeger Laura Lamm Dale Koss Gail Martin Richard Mosin Ed Maxwell Joanne MacCallum Marcell McCord Robin McCormick Lanny McCullah Jackie McGinty Dick McKee (I to r) Garry Dougan, Basketball Queen Ann Borretf, and John Sights tip off the yeor ' s basketball season. Mike Miller Susan Miller Dory Minarik Sue Mitchell Harlene Morris Margaret Morton Shirley Moullen Sylvia Mulack Pot Noncarrow Jack Cope and Mary Payne check clothes in preparation for the mid winter AWS-AMS Fashion Show in the Student Center. Brutus, Hornerville mascot, howled with delight when Fullerton beat Chaffey 15-6. Ronald O ' Reilly Phyllis Oswald George Palm Sonnie Patrick Elizabeth Penna Charles Perkins Lynne Peterson Linda Phillips Jack Pirtle The Christmas Formal was enjoyed by (I to r) Frank Gifford, Melinda Lakey, Bill Wettingil and Penny Barger as they took time out to listen. Leonne Preheim Bonnie Putnam Betty Rackett Gail Ramsey Carolyn Ransdell Maurice Rau Roger Reeves Leslie Renck Toni Reveles Mary Lou Reyes Nancy Riegel Donn Roberts Roberta Roberts Ronald Robinson John Rodriguez f ' Wmgto inJ HIH Rosi Rodriguez Xm- ' • M Eugene Roemhild Don Roesner %4 «!P y . : " -... Mary Lou Romero John Ross Sh-h-h. Mechanical drawing class at work! Sharyn Ross Katie Runyon Hal Russell Eunice Rustand Julie Sandoval Jerry Saybo Ericka Schmitz Carol Schoeder Don Scholten Hundreds gathered in the student center the final day of school before the Christmas recess to sing Christmas Carols. Publication students held a " wild " party prior to Christmas vacation, during which the Seven-Up flowed freely. Terilee Smallwood Barbara Stec Linda Steel Jim Stephenson Alan Stewart Peter Stewart Lloyd Stockwell Beverly Stodail Irving Storer Jeannette Stowell Students gathered in the old Hive to say goodbye before it was closed down for remodeling. Dave Teitelbaum Jane Todd Charles Truelove Don Turner Sally Varaloy Dolores Vigil Paul Viscetto Suzanne Vyskocil Marian Waldo Anita Stuewe Eleanor Tatlock 4 .:£5fe Hugh Walker Linda Walker Mildred Walker . ■ Eileen Walton Morgan Ward Dick Wore Don Warner Dana Warwick iud Watson Print shop students Don Mallonee and Larry Rosengreen assemble the " Wee kly Hornet " as part of school work. esse Williams Frances Wilke Thomas Wilson Betsy Wingert Bob Winters Bonnie Wolford Rocky Wylie Dennis Young Edward Yurchak Elizabeth Buck Four pussyfooting Hornetville Inhabi- tants adopted by teachers and stu- dents were kept well fed during the year. 61 Freshmen Class ' W Officers cO-° .. v e " Genee Aaron Beverly Abbott Steve Ahajanion William Ahrens Orien Aldrich Richard Almada Wesley Andrews Milton Anglin Kay Armour Anne Armstrong Roselin Auer Velta Autry Bob Abbott Allen Adams Mary Adams Ernest Akino Herbert Akina Ken Albright Gary Almas Angelina Alvarado Wesley Ames Walter Anderman Doletta Anderson Elizabeth Anderson Judy Anderson Robert Anderson Tom Anderson Carole Aront Bob Arce John Ardaiz Donald Arruda Doran Atkins Curtis Auer Elsie Aviia Culley Ayers Norman Ayrers 1 64 Jim Bablyon Nelson Baize Carol Jean Baker Diane Baker Eugene Baker Garry Baker Jim Baker Louella Baker Richard Baker Mary Jo Bakonis Curtis Bolston Glenn Bandy Margaret Barber Louie Barnes Earl Barr Loretta Barrett Patricia Barritf James Barthelmes Duane Basham Cob Bauer Dean Bayaco Len and Ron ORiley entertain at the Choir Dance, Karlene Beckman Ronald Bettel James Bankheod Kaylene Barber Elizabeth Barr Linda Barrera IjA yh ' Hal Barton Mike Barton 4— —» i Wilburn Beach Lynne Beaver Thetas and Kappas sororities battled to a scoreless tie in the Annual Beauty Bowl in early November. Joyce Bejare Moy R. Bejare Allen Bell Charles A. Bell Ken Bell Kenneth Bell i-i -WiW-fk ' l Sheri Bendixen Roberto Benitez -. i Garry Benjamin Carl Benson Roger Benson Margie Beneux Dorothy Berault Nancy Berger Donna Berkshire Irene Bernal Floyd Bero David Bibby Sheri Biggers Sharon Bim Tom Binckes Mary Ann Binns Kathleen Bisch Bruce Bisel John Blake Toddy Blue Victor Blue Lee Ann BIystone Mary Boddy Sheldon Boeltl Jo Anne Boerger 65 66 Robert Boettcher Don Bohnef Tom Bonnema Richard Booher Kenneth Boone John Booth Gloria Bordon Ronnie Boren Dick Borgen P Grant Boroff Sandra Bosin Harold E. Botts Dave Bouchey Elfredo Bourne Bob Bouse Saundra Boutcher Dorothy Bovee James Boyer AAike Boyle Bernard Bradley Avery Brakebill Greta Brandsmo Nina Brandt y Kenneth Brannon James Bray James Brennan Pat Brennan Larry Broadfoot James Brock Glen Brookman Barbara Brooks Among the many activities at FJC v ere playnights, vi here ■ volleyball was a key attraction. Jon A. Brown Raymond Brown Terry Brown Roy Brownfield David Brust Juonita Bryant Judy Buckmonn Edith Bullen David Bultena Richard Burch A ■■stern, " reversed prcture of Delta pledges exercising be- tween classes. - -i . " •■ f Judy Burford Bob Burkhart Harris Burnett 1 C David Burnhom Gilbert Burt Nancy Burt Janet Burton Mike Busby Paul Byrnes Delmar Cabarei Ralph Caballero Alfredo Cabral Mary Caines Phyllis Cairns Sue Calhoun Billy Calliham Eugene Campbell Martha Campbell William Campbell Philip Candee Jose Cono 67 68 Virginia Cano Roberta Corey- Peggy Carline Bruce Carlson John Carlson Patricia Carson Richard Casas Jr. Donald Casey Angelo Casserino Josephine Castro Maria Elena Castro John Cotalano Modeno Cates Barbara Chace Jean Chambers Don Channell Nancy Chase David Chiles Winton Choate Howard Christensen Gwen Clifton Vocational Nurses attending classes on the FJC campus. William Coffin Curtis Cole Don Cole Allen Collins Dale Collins Dennis Colman Barney Connaughton Virginia Connaughton Richard Contreras Don Coltrane i Delta pledges meet to discuss their initiation dinner. " Shall we feed the old members worms ' ? ' " Carol Condon Gay Conforti Michael Cook Peggy Cook Lynne Cooper Terry Cooper Betty Jo Corn Ronald Cosner jl ' Adolph J Costa t Vivian Couglin Ellen Courey Normand Courturier Louise Covey Carol Cox Keith Cox Neil Cox Jeffrey Crabtree Jim Craft Glen Crondoll Phillip Crandall Joe Cranston Arlene Crawford John S. Crevdo Dole Cripps Judith Cropsey Wally J. Cronin Joe Crosby Nancy Crow Jim Crowe!! Judy Crowell Robert Cudd 69 70 Susan Currul Dee Curtis Ralph Curtis Jerome Dahlum Ethel Dain Dorothy Dalton Doug Dalton Franklin Dalton Peggy Dargatz Roy Davenport Roland Davila Darrell Davis Lmda Davis Ronald Davis Richard Deady Charles DeBilzan Bren De Boer Jock Deburger Albert DeCasas Lloyd Deckard Mary Ann DeFever Luis DelAguila Arthur DeLeon Carol Ann Delgado Lynda DelGiorgio Margarita de los Rios Ronald DeMoss Donald Denney Rick Devine Evert DeWyn Nancy Dey Margie Kroeger and Larry Day take time out to talk be- tween classes at FJC. .4» 1 1 i r- rxT 1 ( A V I f- Arlene DeYoung Don Dickenson Arlene Dickens Darrell Dickerman Kenneth Dingel Darry Dinwiddie Dirk Dirksen Sandy Discoe Sandra Dobner Leonard Dockstoder At the Kappa Rush Tea were FJC instructor Mrs. Amy Stump, Glenda Eimers, Jo Stephens, Sue Mitchell, Joan Plegel, and Betty Downs. Jeannene Dodson Don Doller Chris Donaldson Judy Doty Beverly Doucetfe Stanley Douglas Laura Moss Dowdy Norman Dowdy Robert Downey Deanna Drake Ronny Dumesnil Linda Duncan Jerry Dunham Cheryl Dunkerley Roland Dupuis Bob DuQuesnay Roger Durna Linda Eosley Orville Ebben Robert Eckles Jack Edwards 71 72 o ,♦ ' -j; ' Caryll Egerer Luther Einung Leilani Elliott Virlee Elliott Richard Ellis Eugene Emerson Gerold England Fred Entriken Bruce Enyeart Andrew Ersek Dennis Erwin Evelyn Esparoza Judy Espinosa Andy Estrada Fay Evans Mary Lou Evans Robert Evans Tom Evans Charles Everson Elias Exacoustos Fred Eynon Len Breezoff takes life easy in the student center. Fred Lee Folk Jean Fancher Harry Faris Lew Forweli Mohammad Fekri Dorene Feldkamp Virginia Feldmiller Richard Fellmer Larry Fellows Doug Fenton s " : i A cluster of campus males talk it over between classes. John Farm Mono Ferrante Earl Feys Douglas Finch Arlene Fish Carol Ann Fisher Frank Flachmon Patricia Flanders Robert Fleming Frances Fletcher Bruce Flood Mark Flower Jack Flynn Audrey Folz Don Fording Bruce Foster Steven Fo; Glen Frazier Wes Fredenburg Mary French Pat French Linda Frew Sarah Friedhof Beatrice Froiland Michael Frye Jerry Fuerst William Fuess Ronnie Fujino Larry Furman Robert Gomboni Alice Gammell 73 •-niW ;» 1- -f ' 74 0« t.; ' S - r) i »J ■«;- Morris Garber Louie Garcia Paul Geisinger Jock Gerhardt Lyie German Fred Gerrior Ronald Gibson Charles Giffin Nancy Gilkerson Bill Giltner Valerie Gish Rachel Glass Harold Godfrey Paul Goebel Raul Gomez Gail Goneau Irene Gonzales John Good Cotherine Goodwin Chester Gordon - J Marie Gore Martha Gore Kenneth Gorley William Gorman Bob Grable John Grogg Jeanette Gillard Ron Gilliland Carolyn Gilmore Joe Graham Virginia Graham C! f Freshmen women lined up for the Inter-Sorority Tea last fall. " Which one shall I join? " was the question. f jj 1 :) m Benny Gravier Cornelia Gray A I ' ' ' " r. Glenda Gray ■ ' Harold G. Gray ; Jerry Gray George Green ■f Joe Greene Don Grensted ;. dik Mar|orie Grtbben Ralph Gribben (Janice Smith and the ORiley Twins provided great dance ! entertainment. Ann Griffith Carole Griggs Jon Groves Thomas Grubbs Adelle Grunder Roger Grunwald f Donna Guin Robert Gulyas Gabriel Gutierrez ff ! P W fy ' SK I W, i Terry Guy Ginny Hackney William Hagor Thomas Hall Ken Hamdorf Glenn Hamell Joe Hamic Dennis Hamilton Lee Hamilton Terry Hamilton Arthur Hammers Carl Hammers 76 Gene Ham mers Dolores Hammond Thomas Hamner Garry Hannah George Hansen Jay Haroldson Barbara Hardy Lmda Harlow 3ruce Harper John Harriman Curtis Hart Earlene Hart Marvm Hart Gary Hartstein Eddie Hotanako Florence Hatonaka Robert Hathcock Sharlene Haws Janet Hoy Linda Haygood David L. Hoynes □ - AaC " m - Theta pledges enjoy lunch before initiation noon activities begin. Oh, those black marks! Ann Hayter Bill Hazel Carolyn Head Phyllis Healey Thomas Hearrell Donald Hedden Marjorie Heet Donald Hemphill Gene Henick Margie Hensel FJC Co-eds trudge down the stairs of the Business Building. inerman Hensley Alvina Hernandez Lupe Hernandez Don Herold ' ., . ' Marilyn Herrell Carolyn Herri ck Sandra Herrick Martha Jane Hess 7 n n i y h . . t " iW James Heyes Carol Heyne Bob Hezmalhalch Sandra Hezmalhalch Nobuo Higashi Allen HIght Jerry Hill Pauline Hill Robert Hill William H.ll Joy Hinds Gary G. Hobbs William Hochstetler Jimmy Holbrook Kirk Hollingsworth John W. Hollins William Hollowoy Diana Hollowell Bob Holman Roy Holmes Darrell L. Holt Barbara Holtz Joann Homiczewski 77 K L v P 0, i N i-7!« I-.. Phil Honey Marjorie Hooper Gary Hoover Diane Hopkins Gory Horton Trudie Horton Joe Houck Don Hovey Cynthia Howard Dottie Howe Patricia Howell Michael Hoyle Robert Hoxie Joyce Huckobee Arlene Hudson Terry Huffman Raymond Hull Merlow Hultgren Tony Hutto Keith Hysom Gory Implom Lee Ingram Doris Ingwersen Sam Intravia Jim Jackman Gary Jackson Russell Jacobsen Christine Jacoby Robert Jaime Don F. James Jock G. James i Dances at FJC won ' t be forgotten, especially the first onei in the new student center, the Dedication Formal. 78 ' ♦ " ' ' ' ■ ■ ' ' ' •- " " HA { Reginald Jara Carma Jarrett Bernard Jarvis Thomas Jasper Bettye Jeffries David Jenkins Robert Jennings Wende Jennings Joan Jensen Larry Jensen ?hi ' s entertained freshmen women at their " Anything can |iappen day. " Mike Jewett Travis Johns Bernard Johnson Larry Johnson Phyllis Johnson Ronnie Johnson Pat Johnston Betty Jones Jm - - Dale Jordan ■: 4 Renee Jordan Sharon Joyce Carol Juenemann Clarence Juneau Donald Kaiser Lenor Kaiser Douglas Karr Tom Kavanaugh Robert Kean Karen Kear Carol Keil John F. Keitch 79 Daniel Kelley Peter Kersten All Khajenori Jerry Kiger Myung Hwan Kim Eugene King 80 Frank King Sonya King Virginia King Charles Kingsbury Dennis Kintigh Ann Kintis Modalene Kirby Bill Klaustermeyer Faye Klingenberg Dick Roy Klong Norman Knight Jackie Knutson Pot Kochendorfer John M. Kohlenberger Dorothy Kossow I Time for another Hornet touch down. Arthur Koustik WilliOiTi Kovach Linda Kraemer Robert Kratz Robert Krause Alberto Krousman Lois Kreasch Stanley Kubicki Helen Kuenster Larry Kuhl •i s Harlene Morris, Jack Cope and Margaret Olvera sell the new student directory to Maurice Rau. Dee Ann Kuhlman Scott Kuhnly Carolyn Kuhns Godfrey Kymla Jeanne LaLonda Patricia Lamb Carlena Lancaster Judi Lancaster James Lane James Lang Tim Lange Le Roy Langenwolter Otto Larsen Ronald Larson Ronnie Larson Lee Latz William B. Lauer Marlynn Lawrence Richard Lourouche Norman Lautrup David Lawley Tom Lawson Judy Leander Jim Leek Donna Ledbetter Rod Ledbetter Tim Ledbetter Richard Lee Robert Lee Norma Leewood Wayne Leitner f f $ ' m 81 Anthony Leiito Judy Lemcke Louise Lemke Ervin Lenhorf Russ Lennon Jerry Lent Arthur Leo John A. Levo Harry Lewellyn Harrison Lewis John Lewis Verneedo Lewis Donna Lleberman Gory Liebhord Mary Louise Linam James Lincoln Anne Lindgren John S. Lindholm Frances Little Stanley Littleworth Paul LoCoscio Bill Loessin Judy Lofquist Tom Logudice Nancy Long Trudi Love George Lugoro Joan Lunde Bob Lutschg David Lynch Tom Lyon " " . ■ ffT ! Journalism students are shown with award won at U.C.L.A. They are Dory AAinarik, Bill Palmer, Mary Jane Findley, Jack Cope, Eileen Walton, Lynda DelGiorgio, Margaret Olvera, and Gail Glavin. 111 ffl . I 82 Marilyn MacCallum Bruce MacDonald Charles Machiaroli Roger Mack George Mocris Judith Maddox tm . bff, David Magdalik John J. Mahoney Don Mallonee Danny Molone liAndy Estrada and Pete Perez get ready for the Homecoming j; Rally in downtown Fullerton. i i r Jean Maltsberger Patricia Mann Tom Manning Rita Manoogian Lee Mansfield James C. Manuel Bill Mopp Jeannette Morin DeLore Marley Bias Marron Richard Marshburn Hilda Martin Olga Martinez Ruben Martinez Kenneth Marx Steve Marzolf Ira Massengaie George Masters Victor Mastro Ralph Matthews Richard Mattos C .p. (i " ■r - N j ' ■ ■%, . 83 84 John Mayfield Dan McCalla Jean McClain Lynda McCloud Don McCollo Don McConnell David McCormick Barbara McCoy Jon McCubbin Anne McCue Charles McDonald Jack McDonald Susanne McDowell Bob McDuell Kenneth McElvoin Rose McGee Mary McGinley Claudia McGlogan Barbara McGregor Jim Mcllrath Jerry McKee Dick Seelmeyer and Lynda Del Giorgio interview Earl Mc- Doniel, radio disc jockey, before a performance. Geroldine McManos Gerald McMeekin Mike McNay LeRoy McNutt F ' n; Wilmo McPheeters Mike McReynolds ■ -: , Joe Medina Dennis Meister Nancy Melcher Thomas Melillo : Phi Alpha pledges minded fheir superiors during pledge week. James Menogh Jill Menzimer Ellen Menzin Paul Merrill Ruth MessersmJth Dorothy Metoxen Jeanette Meyer Vivian Milam Annette Miller David Miller Gary Miller Mike Miller Ronald Miller Ronald Miller Verne Milton John A. Minch Arlene Miser Roberta Mitchell Ronald Mitchell Sigrid Mittman George Mobley James Mobley George Mobray Russell Moe Paul Moisr Bill Molmori Judith Ann Moll Carl Montgomery Ih4 1 ' Dorothy Moore Everett F. Moore Lorry Moores Michael Morgensfern Dick Morris Phyllis Morris Walter Morris Jerry Morrison ' Clyde Morton Joan Mottes Gloria Mowchon David Muchenthaler Marcia Muller Ramona Mulloy Eldo Mummey James Murphy Judy Murdock Marilyn Murfieid Maxine Mushegon Margie Myers John Mylrea Stephen Myracle Sandra Nafziger Theodore Natividad 86 Donald Nault Marge Naylor Robert Neff George Neidhardt Bruce Nelson Douglas Nelson Wayne Newkirk Olin Newman James Nishio Robert Noble Hornet couples cut some fancy steps after a football gomei Richard Nordstrom Albert Noriega James O Leary Norman Olsen Solly Opp •y " j W Bessie Norland Eari Northcutt o Robert Norton James Noyes Elinor Oakley Judy Obermayr George O ' Brien Dennis O ' Conner Jane Todd and Harlene Morns ore helped by Hornet Knights at the Kappo Theta football gome. Tony Oppenmann Waldo Ortega Ralph Osterkamp James O ' Toole Bill Otto Mike Pace Alan Packer Jon Palm Bill Palmer Lynn Palmer Jo Ann Parker Robert Parker Susan Parker Don Parks Dick Parrott Miles Parson Richard Patrick Shirley Patterson 87 frn y m. A 88 Mary Payne Richard Payne Marilynn Payson Alice Pedrick Charles Pedrick Lynn Pellerito Kent Pembroke Carl Pennington Glynn Pennington Robert Penrod Joan Pepper Pete Perez David Peterson Gail Petrasek Wayne Pettingil Jane Pharris Bill Phipps Jeff Philip Waunell Pike Arnold Pitts Harvey Pitts Homecoming candidates all looked lovely, each one of them Queen in our eyes. Contenders were (front) Carolyn Ransdell, Kathy Palmer, and Morjie Lonhom. (Top) Jane Todd, Diane Parsley, Ann Barrett, Lois Gronese, LoFoye Thurman, Vol Watson (the winner!) and Lois Bottle. Joann Plegel Peter Poiek Paul Polte Larry Porter Paul Porter Angela Posito Lee Ann Potier Robert Potter Ronnie Potter Jim Potts Gretty Thaheld, " Miss Venus " in Fall play publicity poses for photographers. -f Edward Prell Kay Lynn Price t i Phyllis Proctor Jolene Pryor 1 Ronald Pugh David Quails r " Juanilo Queltette Pamela Rammer Angelina Ramos Eugene Ransom Donald Rapp Jenine Rapp Dale Ratzloff Robert Raymundo Gary Ream Joe Reavill Bob Reed Claude Reed David A. Reed III Raymond Reed Sally Ann Rees Beverly Reid Ronald Reid Betty Renfro Dennis Renk Kay Rennle Frederick Repchinuck Consuelo Reyes Raymond Reyes David Reynolds Jea Yong Rhee 89 f rC Cindy Rice Donald Rice Norma Ridenhour Cfiuck Rieman William Rigsby Gary L. Roach Harry Roach Kathleen Roark Dottie Roberts Charles C. Robertson Wayne Robertson Gerald Robillard Jim Robinson Jack Roche Joe Roche Bernard Rockwood Joyce Rodden Carlos Rodriguez Joe Rodriguez Madelyn Rodriguez Manuel Rodriguez Ronald Rogers Sandy Roper f i d Bill Rose Larry Rosengreen Lorno Ross Mary Roth Harriette Rottler Robert Rouch James Rowe Bill Rowel! Tired feet sit this one out at the Christmas Formal 90 John Royer Cynthia Ruberio •N) Darryl Rubin Lydia Rubio William Rudge Richard Rudman Karen Ruhnke Joniece Russ Amanda Russell Russell Rust Arms looded with books and minds ready for work as stu- dents trudge off to their classes. I W If r ' ■ J: .11 i - 7 ' Jim Rutz Sharon Sackman Lola Salyards Karen Sanderson Benny Sarno Barbara Scarlett Anneliese Schaeffer Jeff Scheel Richard Schilling Eleanor Schmeld Sharon Schmidt Klaus Schmitz Richard Schmitz Roland Schmitz Cleone Schultz Byron Scott Donald Scott Gertrude Scott Phil Scott Edward Seaber Don Seapy Lola Sedan Richard Seelmeyer Louise Seely Lillian Self Kay Selover Helen Seniceros 92 Marilyn Serface Ron Severson Joan Shodowen Norman Shadrick Mike Shafer Ann Shaffer W. H. Shaker Evelyn Sharp David G, Shaw Marian Shearer Paul Shellenbarger Morilyn Shenk Joyce Shores Virginia Sieveke John Sights Taking a leisurely walk after classes Gail Ganeau and Kathy Bisch. Margaret Sigrist Harold Simart Fred Simeon Carl Simmons Meredith Simmons Sharon Simon Ruth Simpson Barbara Sims David Sitenhof Gery Sitter lllw.l.i»».nMiim.-«inig» : Swim Night helped Frosh get acquainted, during which dancing was one of the highhghts. Earl Skonberg ' f Floyd Skor Dorothy Siegers B- R. Slocum Jerry Smart John Smart Dan Smethurst Eugene Smith Helen L Smith Janice E. Smith John C. Smith Larry Smith m Linda Smith r- ' v Michael Smith r Robert A. Smith Roger Smith h- Sharon Smith Sonio Smith Tom Smith William Smith Hester Smoak Donald Smoot Richard Snodgrass Walden Snyder Karen Soest Walter Soper Gerald Sorensen Jim Sparks Nancy Speakman Roger Spencer Nan Jean Spiker 93 % JLm 1 mj " jlm 0 1 m Ronald Sproatt Mary Staffon Sherri Stalker Gwen Standing Joon Stanio Thomas Starr Fred Stanton Joanne St. Clair Clayton Stearns Andrew Stellingwerf Bill Stephens Steve Stephenson Clarice Stevens Marlyn Stewart Nancy Stewart C 1 Pat Stewart ■[ CS m Melissa St. George J Loystene Stonebrook HH iflHR Elizabeth Stoner Paul Stooshnoff Robert Story 94 Susan Stout Jacqueline Stovall m A- Wr Harry J. Strock T-=. Troy Stuckey y Tom Sugden David Sullivan t£ h George Sundberg Cleda Syverson Marie Tanner Gary Tavan •? % ■ . FJC ' s song leaders for a day were Bud Olson, Carl Mont- gomery, Dick McKee ond Lenny McCullah. Dianne Taylor Myrna Taylor Richard Taylor Gretty Thaheld a n Armand Thiem Mack Thomas William H. Thomas La Faye Thurman Lorraine Tibbefs Al Tikker The choir sponsored dance. Mauve Moods, was the first date dance to be held in the new Student Union. Jerry Tippett Richord Tobias Bob Tolbert LaVerne Toomey Hope Torres Jerry Touchstone Lupe Tovor Lenard Tower Ronald Townsend Beverly Trachsel Marilyn Travis Julia Tripp Carole Truesdole Janice Tucker Terry Tucker David Tuggy Dolores Turman Earl VanAken Kenneth VonBuskirk Hannah Vandeveer Duncan Vanderbilt 95 v,r- .» 96 Vesta Vanderpool Dennis Vanderzyl Bill VanHorn Robert VanZee Sandra Varner Tom Vestal Daniel Vidaure John Vogel Chuck VogI Marilyn Volz Donna Wadsworth Randell Wall Marion Wallace Keith Wallin Arloa Walker Gary Walker Jerry Walker Sharon Walker Deborah Walton Frank Wandell Carole Ward Betty Corn, Lanny McCullah, Scott Kuhnly, Birdie Roberts and Chuck Holland are found relaxina achina feet at FJC Swim Night. Charles Ward Dennis Ward Helen Ward Tom Warden Dick Ware Betty Warner 1 M fl Charles Warner Diane Watkins Dick Watkins Lois Watkins Students can usually be found relaxing in the comforts of the Student Union after a hard day of classes. Gerald Watson James K, Watson Keith Watson Mike Watson Georgann Watts Lorie Watts Michael Way Marcia Woyte Gary Weaver Larry Weaver Wayne Wedtn Ann Weeks Carolyn Welch Virginia Wells William Wells Robert Welsh Nancy Wentzel Ernest Wenzel Al Weidman Marlene Weitz Patti Westover Bill Wettengel Don Wheeler Floyd Wheeler Frank Wheeler Jerry Wheeler Nancy White Don Whitmore Jerry Whittiker Lawrence Wickv are Doreen Wiens A , ■ -.1 ' , _ ; ?-. I - . aL -it2 Conrad Wigglnton Jack Wildmon Jerfy Ann Wildmon Lauro Wilderdyke George Willets Virginia Williams Bruce Williams Dennis Willioms Jenelle Williams Walton Williams Judy Willmarth Max Wills Judy Wise Violet Witmond Kay Witte David Wolfe David Wood Essie Woodruff Dale Woods Karen Woods Virginia Woody Earl Worley Terry Wylie Tsuneaki Yamagata Elinor Tanogisawa Judy Yates Jess Yborro Joe Yborro Charlotte Young Paul Willson Ray Winchel Lynn Young James Winn Warren Young Jerome Zeimet Terry Zervantian John Zeuthen Dale Ziegler Gail Zimmerman f Nursing — — - - r ' " - The new residence for nursing students on the Orange County General Hospital grounds was com- pleted in the fall of 1957, This building provides living quarters for 100 nursing students in addition to classroom and office space. Students who complete three years of study at Fullerton Junior College and the hospital are awarded the Associate in Arts degree and the Nursing Diploma. 99 Graduating Class Barbara Cisternino Sandra Cummings Frances Hale Helen Harris Donna Hymer Roxine Iverson In going about their daily tasks from cutting hair to baby feeding students find the life of a student nurse is a varied and gratifying one. Mary Knight 100 Januarif 1958 Edna Lynd Mary McDougal Patricia Marple Julie Paat NIGHTINGALE PLEDGE I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly; To pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faith- fully. I will abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous, and will not take or knowingly administer any harmful drug. I will do all in my power to maintain and elevate the standard of my profession, and I will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping and all family affairs coming to my knowl- edge in the practice of my profession. With loyalty will I endeavor to aid the physician in his work, and devote myself to the welfare of those committed to my care. Tom Peratis Tommie Robinson SIS SS BS Beryl Wauson Gail Turner Doris Sanson Allen Tredis I August 195S J HLS (Topi Miss Mabel Sanders, Advisor. Class of August ' 58, (I to r| Wendelyn Beardslee, Rita Andrade, Joanne Beckwith, Darline Pelham, ond Virginia Anselmi. Student Bodq Executive Council (Front 1 to r) Parliamentarian, Kathy Robertson; Social Chairman, Joanne Beckwith; and Secretary, Darline Pelham. (2nd row) SNAC Representative, Jewell Craig; Corresponding Secretary, Pat Wright; Treasurer, Nelle Millikin; and President, Rita Andrade. 103 (left) Mrs. Gladys Fried, Advisor. (Isf row I to r) Martha Hess, Terry Rowell, Betty Dungey; (2nd row) Dona Stokes, Nancy Robinson, Rose- ' marie Culner, Sherry Trogdon; |3rd row) Pearl Therion, Margaret Holm, Kay Teach, Carol Brown, Clementine Collins. i (right] Mrs. Evelyn Maddox, Advisor; (1st row, I, to r.) Nelle Mullikin, Lillian Battee, Marge Burr; (2nd row) Martha Grundy, Jewell Craig, Peggey Wodsworth, Kathy Robertson, Donna Jennings; (3rd row) Etta Kesler, Pot Wright, Carol Bream, Irene Naylor. 105 (upper right) Mrs. Orpha Oravetz, advisor; (1st row I to r) Merna Govedich, Barbara McDonald, Maurine Brown, Joan Stonio; (2nd row) Sally McElligott, Barbara Wernick, Sandra Herrick, Dorthy Metoxan, Alfredo Bourne; (3rd row) Ann Griffith, Ruth Messersmith, Frances Little, Pot Mann, Verneeda Lewis; (4th row) Karen Soest, Pearl Mills, Waymon Wilson, Charles Wilson. 106 3 Ci Front row il-r}: Betty Benson, Lupe Cobral, Pat London, Noncy Burt, Virginia Sieveke, Gwen Stoding, Mary Ann Binns, Joanne St. Clair, Maureen Reed, Barbara Bunch. (Row 2| Irene Vukovich, Juanita Murphy, Beverly Rose, Hazel Phillips, Kotherine Goodwin, Shirley Nodacker, Rose Tulumello, Jonine Rapp, Trudy Martin, Eunice Hastings, Elsie Sims, Joan Leewood, Rosemarie Platl, Billie Ziemer, Carol Muziel, Delores Behning. (Row 3) Iris Simmons, Mary McGinley, Gertrude Scott, Imogene Van Slyke, Nancy Lassiter, Helen Padilla, Arlene Fish, Virginia Williams, Pat Barritt, Vol Arroues, Barbara Frampton, Judy Maddox, Horriette Rottler, Martha Toth, Jeon Cornell, Ruth Gallo, Ardis Reese, Florence Berning. Cosmetologq 07 MID-YEAR GRADUATES (1st row: L to 3:1 Carolyn Dyer, Elizabeth Brunet, Louetia Kelban, Irene Hubbard, Co Seney, Ella Logue, Hazel Rokes, Ann Baize, Marie Hacker, Lillian Mulkens, Cora Walters. therine Larson, Anne Conlin. |2nd row:l Martha Vocational Nurses (1st row; L to R:) Dole Ziegler, Marilyn Harrell, Cully Ayers, Virginia Graham, Florence Gaustod, Clarice, Stevens, Essie Woodruff. (2nd row:l Margaret Barber, Helen Kuenster, Annette Miller, Melissa St. George, Lupe Hernandez, Loretta Wells, Donna McCutchan, Pamela Rammer. (3rd row:l Elizabeth Barr, Virginia Baumgord, Beatrice Froiland, Lillian Self, Julia Tripp, Jo Anne Boerger, Gret a Brandsma, Mary Louise Linam. F First Year, (1st Row) Sonya King, Verlee Elliott, Mary Coine, Judy Murdock, Carol Cox, Beverly Abbott, Vivian Coughlin. (2nd Row) Mrs. Sonora Spencer, Martha Gore, Dorothy Dclton, Carolyn Head, Elinor Oakley, Marcell McCord. Dental Assistants Second Year (Ist Row) Linda Steel, Gail Ramsay, Jackie McGinty, Virginia Cono, Jean Fancher, Joan Shirk, Joanne Jones. (2nd Row) Barbara King, Birdie Roberts, Gail Martin, Gayle Christenson, Bev. Kiefer, Liz Penna, Bonnie Klimpel, Joanne King. (3rd Row) Nancy Germer, Lynne Cooper, Susan Miller, Earlene Hart, Cynthia Howard, Sherrie Bruckett, Dot Moore, Mrs. Sonora Spencer, instructor. « T Tk -- ' ' i!i h Orqar zat or s Oli mpia ' s - ' -» Outstanding, prominent, and enthusiastic. These adjectives well describe one of FJC ' s largest organizations, the Olympians. Serving the school and community is the purpose of this group of men, who fulfilled their job very satisfactorily throughout the year. One of the biggest projects undertaken this year was the sale of the Student Directory. The Olympians worked with the Kappas on its promotion and sale. Another accomplishment of this group was the instruction given to the boys at the m Boys Club in Fullerton. jfii ff ' Under the able leadership of Buddy Knox, ' i president, the Olympia accomplished many •PlV ' other activities. Buddy Knox President 1 ' JU ' Ron Robinson Vice-President Adding to the decorotion of the Homecoming dance was the Olympians replica of FJC ' s first annual. Rudy Cancino Secretary E3 p k Don Scholten Treasurer During hell-week Olympia pledges participated in many activities ranging from calisthenics |left| to dancing with the " ottractive " Thetos (right). Olympia members |l, to r.) row 1: Dick Dalgren, Bill Benning, John Kohlenberger, Lanny AAcCullah, Buddy Knox, Ron Robinson, Rudy Cancino, Jack Cope, (row 2| Les Rink, Jack Ronsko, Cliff Ledbetter, Andy Estrada, John Cotalano, Joe Crosby, and Bob Rouch. (row 31 Steve Stephenson, Dave Burnham, Ray Winchel, Dan Smithurst, Fred Copper, Mark Fowler, and Jim Baker, (row 4) Bob Gentry, Bob Packer, Bob Arce, Jim Craft, Gary Jackson, A! Weidman, Russ Lennon. (row 5| Leonard OReily, Frey Eyon, Jerry Lent, Chuck Riemann, Tom Brooks, Bob Hathcock, Keith Hysom, and Pete Perez. Knfghts Larry Day President One of the most esteemed clubs at FJC is the Hornet Knights. With on experience of 17 years the Knights have built up a reputation of outstanding service. Only one of their many distinctions this year was winning of the Best Float award in the Homecoming Parade. Presiding over this well-known group was Larry Day, who officiated members and pledges through another successful year. A few of the Knight activities includ- ed helping needy families, giving of a $100 scholarship, donating to City of Hope, selling programs at the football games, and managing noon dances. Mike Cole Vice President Dole Gurley Secretary Bill Carson Treasurer (left) One of the greatest accomplishments of the Knights was their contribution to the homecoming parade, (right) Knight pledges go through their early morning exercise during Hell Week. (row 1, I. to r.) Al Kepplinger, Don Kohlenberger, Avery Perkins, Bud Watson, Dale Dare, Dick McKee, Larry Porter, (row 2) Larry Furman, Bob Cudd, George Masters, Gary Field, Doug Dalton, Dave Sullivan, Godfrey Kymla, Jess Wriliams, and Louie Barnes, (row 3) Mr. Raph Smith, and Mr. Henry Mansfield, advisors. Kappas KAZ Leading the Kappas through their year were officers (I. to r.l Jane Todd, corresponding sec.; Gienda Elmers, president; Susan Evans, 1st vice pres.; Sue Mitchell, 2nd vice pres.; and Mary Ann Barber, record- ing sec. Beginning with the Kappa FoshiAn show on Sept. 25, the Kappas stepped off into another successful year. A few of Kappa activities included sponsoring of after-game dance, assist- ing the Olympians in the sale of the student directory, donating to City of Hope, and many other activities. Perhaps the most outstanding award received this year was the winning the sweepstakes for the best float in the homecoming parade. The Kappas de- picted a garden swing and a " First Love " theme. Rush Teo Presentation Tea Ka PP° Theta football E 5 s 5 - 1 0 CO SO) T5 5 c _J P 5 VUt ,!i -i: D oi O S — Ij Ij UO Theta ' s Sponsoring the " Ugly Man " contest, the first week of school, was one of the beginning activities of the largest or- ganizations on campus, the Theta Nu Theto sorority. As the year passed the accomplish- ment of the Thetas continued to grow. Not only did they sponsor a number of dances, including the " Sputnik Spin, " and " Hoop Hop, " but they also helped in hospitals, held cookie and cake sales, and sponsored the Spring Fashion Show. 0N© (I to r) Bonnie Devenny, corresponding secretory; Barbara Stec, treas.; Marilyn Brown, attend, sec.; Bonnie Kimpel, vice president; Dodie Vigil, president. P ' esenfof on Tea PP - ' - ' o Footbon Jfe CQ — ) O O ' Ei % 5 - oT S — o O I I ' g i ■£ " P n, C3 _0 § o i: o = E c (U — 1 c — c Q ::; d q: 119 Deltas Another outstanding and depend- able organization on campus is known as the Delta Sigma Chi. Delta activities numbered many as the ' 57- ' 58 term expired. Among the long list of activities came winning a trophy for the best decorated car entered in the home- coming parade. As their " Moment to Remember " , Deltas depicted a " First Date. " Other activities included cookie and cake sales, helping a needy family, and many other projects. Presiding over Deltas were: (sitting) Maxine Mushegan, treasurer; Jane Doty, president; Betty Buck, 1st vice president; Mary Ann D ' Amico, rec. secretary, (standing) Lynne Cooper, parliamen- tarian; Carol Heyne, 2nd vice president; Fay Evans, cor, secretary; and Beverly Bailey, past pres. AIX Rush Tea 3 C i _aj 8 ° Q o s s _D 17, -;; Q Q -t - 3 e o o 121 Phi ' s Aa Thursday nights through- out the year Phi members could be found at the Vet- erans Hospital helping and entertaining patients. This was only one of the many accomplishments of this ac- tive organization. The theme, " Moments to Remember, " for Homecoming, was submitted by the Phis and proved a great success with its many possibilities. Other activities included donating to City of Hope, cookie and cake sales, and many other money-raising projects. Capable Phi officers were (sitting I. to r.): Martha Brockman, Rec. Sec.; Ardeth Curry, Pres.; and Clara Peters, Parliamentarian. (Standing, I. to r.}: Jackie Lompher, Treasurer; Beverly Stodart, Historian; Robin McCormick, Cor. Sec; and Sue Dobbins, Publicity. Presentation Tea Hel Week Rush Tea ' n j iSv II 5 . 11 5 = t: — o o o D 1 1 Q m) mp O " o y J - s i: -c -5 S -■ I — . c: = 5 123 International Students Officers — (I. to r.) Kjell Kling, vice pres.; Jim Naffa, pres.; and Diane Parsley, sec. Members — (I. to r.| row 1 — Isaoc Flores, Klaus Schmitz, Vasudev Kcdama, Humberto Marquez, and Roland Schmitz. row 2 — Jae Yunk Rhee, George Ohtani, Alberto Artigas, Amagada Tsearki, Richard Smith, Zaid Koroma, and Kjell Kling. row 3 — Mohammad Fekri, Jowad Fekri, Margarita de Los Rios, Hiltrud Boege, Miss Martha Ehten, advisor; Jim Naffa, Erika Schmitz, Diane Parsley, Dorothv Bovee, and Jose Montoya. 1 Young Farmers Members — (I. to r., row 1) Mike Mellono, Dave Crist, Bob Holden, Jock Mannell, Nash Oropeza, and Jim Holler. (row 2) Donn Giesinger, Mr. Eldon Rodieck, adviser, Ed Carnegie, Curt Smith, John Ross, Hov ord Christensen, Frank Tomlinson, Mr. Charles Mull in, advisor, and Henry Boisseranc. Delta Ps( Omegc Members of Delta Psi Omega chapter pose on the set of Solid Gold Cadillac. (Seated, I to r) Anne McCue, Nancy Booz, Lois Battle, Celine Beresnak. (Standing) Mr. Lee Korf, advisor, Dave Shaw, Bill Stephens, Frank Gifford. The Psi Chapter of the Notional Journalism Fraternity, Beta Phi Gamma included (seated, I to r) Margaret Olvera, Lynda Del Giorgio, Mary Jane Findley. (Standing) Dory Minarik, Frank Gifford, Jock Cope, Gail Glavin, Glenn White, Neil Shauers, Pete Perez. Not shown, Dick Seelmeyer. Beta Phf Gomma Future Teachers Q (n O P Future Teachers . . . |l to r row 1) — Judy Obermoyor, Barbara Singer, and Phyllis Johnson. Row 2 — William Klaus- termeyer, advisor, David Hoy, Morris Gorber, and Bob Reita. PHI BETA LAMBDA . . . Future Business Leaders of America. (I to r) Issac Flores, Roberta Mitchell, Linda Herzog, John Collins, advisor, Judy Miller, Dee Dee Higgins, Mrs. June Curtiss, advisor, and Howard Pease, state president. F.B.L.A. Forensic Club FORENSIC . . . Under the supervision of Denver Garner, Forensic Club, members captur ed many speech awards for FJC this year, (Left to right) Mike McReynolds, Bob Gennings, Marjie Lanham, Mr. Garner, Jim Odeski, John Neil, Larry Meadows, Richard Mason. Not shown, Lou Card, Carrol Alberts, Del Standrige, Jim Beardon, Bob Light, Jack Gerhardt. (left) FBLA Spelling champs Linda Herzog and Judy Mille won top honors in both southern California and state cor ventions. (right) Winners of thet Alpha Gamma Sigma scholarship trophy were Ruth McClure and AGS President Hugh Walker. AGS was again active on campus this year. 128 Modem Dance Club Dance members . . . (standing I to r) Raul Gomez, Diane Parsley, Sue Evans, Jim Shelly, Glenda Eimers, and Humberto AAorquez. (seated) Sherri Stalker and Ruth McChure. 129 Mary Ann Barber, Sue Evans and Glenda Eimers practice for the Modern Dance Concert presented to the student body on May 2. Activities Orientation Highlight of Get-Acquainted Week was the Swim Night held at the college pool with an attendance of over 1000 students. The week-long activities replaced the traditional Freshman Camp and Fall Picnic. 132 Working out schedules with counselors and then filling out endless forms took up much of the registration period. Students lined up to have their program schedules approved by their counselor and the office. Qet Acquainted Week Something new was added this year in the way of activities. Freshman Get Acquainted Week took the place of Freshman Camp and the Fall Picnic. This innovation constituted a week of activities pri- marily for the benefit of freshman in order to help them become better acquainted with the school and college life. The mock marriage booth did a booming business at the Get Acquainted Dance, as proven by Carol Boumgardner and Lanny McCullah. Among couples getting better acquainted on the dance floor were Fred Smyth ond Carlena Lancaster; Sherry Biggers and Terry Smith. 133 Duane Caley end Kay Armour starred in Helena ' s Husband ' a comedy of Helen of Troy and the Greek legions. Dr. Carl Doss brought an hour of entertainment to the auditorium as he told of his experiences with a family of twelve adopted children. Dr. James Robinson enlightened students of the problems of modern day Africa and his personal adventures in the dark contment. Assemblies The O Reily twins swing out during the Talent Show, which fea- tured top FJC performers including Janice Smith and Barbara Stec. 134 Celebrating the Santa Ana victory, students shed the shoes to enjoy the Sock Hop in the Student Center After Game Dances Time out to remove a sweater as activity warms up during the ' Sputnik Spin. " Under a ceiling of stars and satellites. Hornets danced To the " Sputnik Spin " in the gym following a football gome. Following a rainy evening and basketball gome, an active group of dancers filled the new Student Center during one of the after gome dances. 135 Eileen Walton and Lanny McCullah display the flowers do- nated by the Olympias for the Dedication. Each service club sent floral pieces to convey their thanks for the new facility. Fullerton Student Body dedicated their new Student Union Building by holding a formal Dedication Dance, Friday evening, Sept. 27th. Students got their first good look at the swank interior of the building and were present for the presentation of the keys of the building to the Board of Trustees. Dedication Formal Rustling formals and dark suits danced to the dreamy music of Cal Rush ' s band at the dedication of the new Student Union. W . V H iM HVJ i " flP L K M vi Hr i a H m 136 1 LHi m m " Babes in Toyland " complete with toy soldiers and dancing dolls, was the entry of the Professional Nurses, The act captured second place. " Be a Clown " sang the Thetas for their part in the Spring Sing held on Thursday morning, April 24. Spring Sing First prize went to the Kappas for their skit in a sorority " cave " in 2000 B.C. Here the stone-age belles sing they ' re just " Wild About Hairy " to an apish Sue Mitchell. Phi Alphas sung island background to Linda Frew ' s hula. The Knights, led by Bud Watson ,sung a medley of college sonas. Fall Knights and Sea Nymphs, a disap- pearing act and black magic were highlights of the fantasy " Ondine. " At right — ( front, left to right) George Spelvin, Jim O ' Toole, Duane Ccley, Lois Battle, Dale Coffman, Marjie Lanham, and Jim Jackman. (back) Jerry Gray, Bill Stephens, Elenora Sanford, Sharlene Haws, Kay Ar- mour, David Show, and Nancy Booz. Above — Jim Toole, Jerry Gray, Kay Armour, Celine Beresnak, Oavid Shaw, and Nancy Booz. Lois Battle, Duane Caley, Bill Stephens, Marjie Lanham, Jim O ' Toole, Dale Coffman, Jim Jackman, Tony Gully, David Shaw, Nancy Booz, Kay Armour, Celine Beresnak, Betty Corn, Vivienne Coughlin, Bev Kiefer, Marion Waldo, Greta Thoheld, Mike Doyle, Darlene Fry, Jerry Gray, Sharlene Haws, Sharon Walker, Martha Gore, Elenora Sanford, Sal- vador Moturino, Christine Jocoby, Howard Davie, Gene Watkins, George Spelvin, Virginia Bennett. (Above) Jim Jackman, Dale Coffman, and Duane Caley. 13! spring " The meeting is closed, " cries Lois Battle as Bill Stephens and Celine Beresnak look on. CAST OF THE SOLID GOLD CADILLAC Lois Battle, Bill Stephens, Duane Caley, Tony Gully, Larry McCord, David Dowell, Sharlene Haws, Mike Doyle, Celine Beresnak, Nancy Booz, Vivienne Coughlin, Frank Gifford, Bill Wettengel, Dpvid Shaw, Ann McCue, John Fortier, and Bob Hall " My swimming pool was dug by a General Products steam shovel " coos Vivienne Coughlin, as Duane Caley, Tony Gully, and Larry McCord store. 139 Sonnie Patrick and Ron Sipple ride the Sweepstakes winner, " First Love " presented by Kappas, Home Knighfs entry, " Remember When " took honors for Best Float. yf-. i e Riding the Best Decorated Car, First Date " (left, done by Deltos ' , ore Bev Bailey and Dave Dowell. Thetcs entry (right) depicted the famous Hornet ocnmmage. coming Following the parade, o pep rally, downtown, was led by cheerleaders, Pete Perez, Andy Estrada, Maurice Rau, and Jerry Hill. Seen above are some of the students who enjoyed the Home- coming Dance. (left) Herbie Hornet, (Dick McKee) mokes his entrance during half-time at the Thanksgiving Day Homecoming Game. Queen Vol Watscn (right) also enters in style. M Vol Watson Prinecss Lois Granese -f x- v Princess Jane Todd y Homecoming Roqaltq Princess Diane Parsley Christmas One of the most popular spots at the Christmas Formal was the mistletoe arch. At left Maurice Rau and date Vol Arrous " linger " awhile under the sprig. [Left) Relaxing their tired feet, dancers pause 41 during intermission in front of the huge Christ- 144 Formal Dancers fill the floor for the Christmas Formal " Music and Mistletoe. " The Yule event was the second formal of the year at Hornetville and sported a full crowd of enthusiastic students. Pausing in front of the modern fireplace and trophy case in the student center during an intermission, dancers relax at the Christmas formal. The blazing fire was first ever lit in the new fireplace. Roger McBride, Don Rous, Dave Sullivan, and their dates enjoy the last dance of the evening as another successful Christmas Formal draws to a conclusion. FJC delegate Matt Ettinger ex- plains Fullerton ' s assembly pro- cedure to his workshop during the Eastern Conference Convention. Maurice Rau and Louie Barnes also sit in on the workshop. Sherri Dunkerly and Leiani Elliott greet Orange Coast College president as he registers his delegation at the 6th Annual Eastern Conference Convention at Hornetvllle on March 11. Eastern Conference Corw ention i ' i ! ,ra More delegates discuss and work out problems effecting their colleges during the convention. Many hours of work climaxed in the conference, which saw the eight member colleges visiting FJC. After being elected Mr. FJC in a general student election, Jim Dunivin, Theta candidate, wins the crown and admiring looks from Lynda Del Giorgio and Kathy Bisch. Turnabout Dance (right) Amid festoons of decorations, dancers enjoy the annual girl-dates-boy Turnabout Dance in the Student Center on March 28. The theme was " Night and Day. " Time for a Bunny Hop session. Music for the Associated Women sponsored Turnabout was furnished by the FJC 13-piece dance band. Eastern Conference Lynda Del Giorgio isn ' t sure where her her partner is after that last turn, but she ' s enjoying the music of the Les Brown orchestra. Lanny McCullah and Vol Arroues traveled from FJC to enjoy the EC dance March 14th at Long Beach Civic Auditorium. Students from the eight member colleges of the conference swing out to the music during the EC Dance.. . Dance Don Scholte and Penny Webster were among students who represented the FJC group, largest at the Eastern Con- ference Dance Steve Stephenson and Trudi Love cut a fancy rug to the Les Brown music. HHI WIl s y i. Blue and Things swung out in the weirdest manner as the Blue and Gold Dance revived the " Roarinq Twenty " era in mid-April. 1958 Blue and Gold Prince and Princess Jerry Wheeler and Joanne Plegel pose beside the " Roaring Twenty ' record showing the names of everyone attending the dance. Finalists in the women ' s costume contest, Bonnie Devenney, Angie Posito, Arlene Crawford, Nancy White, Matt " Sylvia " Ettinger, Carol Keil, Margaret Flynn, and Sue Mitchell. Qold Dance A Charleston contest added spice to the Blue and Gold Dance as the gym was turned into a 1920 " Speakeasy " to host the gala student body dance. Bill Shaker, Bob Abbott, Godfrey Kymla, Vol Arroues, and Steve Stephenson model the Blazers and Racoons which won them a place in the Men ' s Costume Finals. Blazers, vests, derbies, flapper dresses, chemises ' , and racoon coats were the dress of the evening as students enjoyed an evening of dancing and fun at the Annual Blue and Gold Dance. Dale Ferber pours out the Kikapoo Joy Juice for the gong during a dance break. Spring Terry Gibson and Shorlene Hows swing out on a lively number in their Sunday -go -to -meeting best. Shern Bendixon, Don Kohlenberger, Nalina Smith, Avery Perkins, Beverly Benson and Ed Keely take time out to chat between dances. 152 r Informal Caryll Egerer serves the smoking Kikopoo Juice to Nolinie Smith, Avery Perkins, Don Kohlen- berger and Sherry Bendixen during rest in the Informal. Who ' s dancing with who? Well everyone seems mixed up at the Knights ' " Dogpatch Daze ' in the Student Center on March 14. Jock Cope, Margaret Flynn, Sharlene Hows, Bill Wettengel and Shoron Eaves swing out to the mountain music in real Dogpatch style during the Spring Informal. 153 Torch Staff Dory Minarik Editor-in-Chief Jack Cope, Assistant Editor, and Gail Glovin, Business Manager 154 Torch staff members, who worked together to bring you this year ' s annual, were [I. to r.) Frank Gifford, photogropher; Horlene Morris, pep section editor; Bill Wettengel, writer; Mary Jane Findley, copy editor; Andy Estrada, odministrotion section editor; Pete Perez, club section editor. (Standing) Bob Boettcher, photographer; Bob Kisner, photogropher; and Neil Schouers, sports editor. Also working on this year ' s annual were Sally Varalay, Lois Gronese, Judy Doty, and Benny Gravier. Hornet Staff Eileen Walton 1st semester Editor Bill Stephens 2nd semester Editor This crew of fourth estaters put together 30 editions of the weekly Hornet this year, among them a record-sized eight pager and several six page editions. Staffers attended Journalism Days at SC, UCLA and Redlands; the CNPA Convention at San Diego and CJACA Convention at Fresno. Awards for the year included 3rd Place General Excellence at SC and Glenn White ' s second place sports writing awards at Fresno and Redlands. (1st row, I. to r. — Editor Eileen Walton, Soc. Editor Lynda Del Giorgio, Feature Editor Mary Jane Findley, Margaret Olvera, and Sports Editor Glenn White. |2nd row) Editor Bill Stephens, Bill Wettengel, Photog Bob Kisner, Business Manager Bill Palmer, Bob Dye and Andy Estrada. The Beauty Shop Quartette, the female answer to the Barber Shop, received much praise on the Choir Tour and at the Showtime performance. Harmonizers were Trudy Norton, En- nora Sanford, Julia Miller, and Nancy Booz. A Acappella Choir 156 Oops-a-daisy! FJC ' s answer to Lawrence Welk was a polka band complete with dancers Flora Grimm and Donna Lieberman (in the air) and Leonard and Ronald O ' Reilly. During the Easter Vacation Choir tour, they performed during six performances and also in the Choir production " ShowTime, " May 23 and 24. o O £ u 5 c J= — - — c - i o o - — U U Q Q (U 0 _ ' := Ql - c N £ 5 S S, LX. O £ to OJ C ? s 5 , Q c5 -2 S -a w c q: ..- § li 5 o i tt a S uj c o - D (D W P _- - f £ j u QJ CO Z O u_ Q (J 157 r — r — rr-TfTrm — Q § f f 1 i Madrigal singers are : (seated, l-r) Nancy Booz, Carole Arant, Judi Lancaster, Diane Hollowell, Donna Berkshire, Janice Smith, Linda Steel, Cloudia Harris. (Standing) Jeff Willis, Glen Crandel, Ronnie Ingram, Allan McCorkendole, Mike Doyle, Don Phelps, Bob Healy, and Director Kenneth Helvey. Madrigal Choir and Madrigal members are seen boarding the buses for their four day tour of central California. The Easter vacation concert was presented seven times. Memorable highlights included an afternoon trip to snowy Sequoia National Park. 158 II ' i . ■ • ■ " ••■■ 5 .■ t Hit t I High climax of the football season came during the Turkey Day Game with the Santa Ana Dons as Hornet rooters showed their appreciation by forming a lane for the team to go charging through. Pep ■ ,, 1,5 i|T;« : - ,SHS|pt ' - L v,; » iij ;, : j;5»fl » Carytl Egerer, Barbara Stec, Harlene Morris, Maurice Rou, Chuck Holland 160 Yell and song leaders did an especially fine |ob rn creating spiriT, by performing for rallies, assemblies, goal posts after every TOUCHDOWN. Crew Song Leaders ,% • ' ' Jane Todd, Lois Granese, Jo Stevens. Terry Hill, Pete Perez. football and basketball games. New this year was the sight of the Hornet songleaders down at the 161 Hornet 162 Honetj ' s (Left to Right) Clara Peters, Joanne King (Vice Pres.) Dianne Taylor, Sharlene Haws, Judy Moll, Gloria Borbon, Susan Evans (Pres.), Joan Pepper, Nancy Stewart, Anita Stuewe, Angie Romor, Sherril! Stalker, Margie Heet, Pat Posito, Margie Myers, Phyllis Proctor, Pat Joyce, Angie Posito, Glenda Eimers, Pat French, Marilyn Travis, Gail Zimmerman, Betty Corn, Linda Smith, Mary Roth, Joan Shodowen. 163 Flagtu irlers (Left to right) Lynda del Giorgio, Carol Griggs, Eileen Walton, Morcia Muller, Joanne Plegel. ' , Majorettes (Left to right) Judy Brown, Marilyn Murfield, Lois Watkins. 164 C D E O i; 5 o - I s o D O li; Q _ o o I c Jj 2 CO - ._ ¥| _ a i £ - " ? £ 3 £ -= O o _ o. - S 2 o i £ o ■5. ■ 3 .E ° 165 6 . i % ' --- . j- •f-P--- ' 4 9: Vv,- ■ .i4 Sports . ' W y. ' SEASON RECORD Fresno 6 . FJC 6 San Diego 6.. FJC 14 Citrus 14 FJC Orange Coast 21 FJC 7 Chaffey 6 FJC 15 Mt. Sac 13 .......FJC 14 Riverside 12 .......FJC 6 Son Berdoo 20 FJC 39 Santa Ana 6 Won 4 Lost 4 ; Tied 1 FJC Hardy Rollins Bock Coach Bud Dawson Head Coach Oron Breelcnd Line Coach Ray Hood is being pursued intently by four Santa Ana gridders. Spaeth looks on. Dons won 6-0. Larry Weaver End Coach Lou Farwel! Manager Andy Reed Equipment Manager 169 Bruce Williams Left End Ken Chesley Co-Captain, LT All Eastern Conference Most Valuable Player Gary Tavon Left Guard Tom Strothman Center — Most Improved Sophomore Ken Mathews Right Guard Stan Stellingswerf Right Tackle No. 24, Ron Spaeth, leading aerialist in the EC, discharges another pass against Santa Ana. Big Bill Callihom, leading EC receiver, jumps to moke the pass complete against MSAC. 170 ' 4 ■ fH 1 e l! I 3 Ron Spaeth pulls an Orange Coast player over for a TD as Collihom looks on. Pirates won 21-7. United Hornet blockers down one of the Citrus Owl backs. 14-0, Owls. Bill Calliham Right End All EC Ron Spaeth Tail Back All EC Jerry McKee Holf Back Pete Westerlind Half Back Ron Sipple Co-Captain FB Admiral Browley Center 171 Paul LoCoscio Left End Larry Watts Left Tackle Ernest Akina Left Guard Waldo Ortego Left Half McKey carries the ball as Brawley and Williams prepare the way for a long gain against Chaffey. 172 Ron Black Toil Bock Herbert Akina Fullback Steve Ahoionion Right Guard Bob Bivens Right Tackle Tom Brooks Right End Ray Hood Right Half Bernard Bradley Toil Back Jack Letcher carries the ball for a gain in the opener against Fresno. The Rams and Hornets tied, 6-6. Jack Gerhardt End Jim Murphy Half Back t Jerry Lipshim Half Back 173 -j Pete Westerlind stiff-arms his way around Santa Ana tacklers for extra yardage during a Hornet drive. Westerlind hauls in Ron Spaeth ' s pass for initial first down of Turkey Day classic. Sporting fine material, Coach Bud Dawson ' s grid squad began the practice slate against highly-rated Fresno and won a 6-6 tie. The next week the San Diego squad succumbed 14-6 in the Hornet ' s nest. By the conference opener, however, some of the brighter stars in the Fullerton grid crown had joined the adhesive bandage and plaster-of-paris cast corps. With injuries continuing to claim such important backs as " Frosty " Younger and Jack Letcher, the Blue and Gold warriors abandoned the new " T " formation and re- verted to their spread. After one upset loss to Citrus and another to the eventual EC Champs, Orange Coast, the Hornet gridsters defeated both Chaffey and Mt. SAC to give the team a 2-2 mark at mid season for conference play Following a close loss to Riverside, the Hornets ram- bled back to a 38-7 massacre of San Berdoo. Ron Sipple trips up Don quarterback behind the line as Hornet linemen close in to aid during 0-6 loss to Santa Ana. At the annual Turkey Day titanic curtain closer, the under-rated FC crew held like a stone wall against the Santa Ana Dons offense for three quarters, but finally surrendered the Thanksgiving Day Trophy on the short end of a 6-0 thriller. The team finished the season with a 4 win 4 loss 1 tied record which placed them fifth in the final EC standings. Outstanding play of Ronnie Spaeth and Bill Calliham brought more grid honors to Hornetville this season. Spaeth, led the Conference in total offensive yards gained and was rated the league ' s top passer. Calliham gained honors by leading the conference in pass re- ceiving. Ken Chesley, team co-captain, was chosen Most Valuable Player of the Year and Tom Strathman was awarded the trophy for the Most Improved Sophomore. Ron Black takes to the turf after a short gain against Orange Coast in the Hornetville stadium. Lin Sitton Halfback Wayne Wedin Guard John Helnnick Guard Lloyd Ferrell Guard A happy victory over Chaffey by the Hornets brought about this scene. Jack Letcher Tail Back Chuck Warner Tackle John Harrimon Center SEASON RECORD WATER POLO FJC 2 . use 25 FJC 5 . .UCLA 8 FJC 1 . . Long Beach State 12 FJC 15 . . LACC 2 FJC 18 . - Santa Monica 5 FJC 6 . . LBCC 1 1 FJC 25 . .Santa Barbara FJC 9 . .Cal Poly 10 FJC 12 . . California 17 FJC 6 . Cal JV 10 FJC 10 . . Pomona 8 FJC 22 . . Pasadena 7 ■FJC 19. . OCC 6 FJC 8 . .Whittier 1 FJC 19 . . El Camino 5 FJC 10 . LACC 5 FJC 8 . Cal Tech 4 FJC 5 . . Long Beach 11 FJC 16 . OCC 5 FJC 7 . . LACC 2 FJC 10 . .Santa Monica 4 FJC 8 . .Occidental 4 FJC 32 . . Pasadena 8 FJC 10 . . Santa Monica 4 FJC 6 . . Long Beach CC 25 FJC 12 . . Pomona 11 FJC 2 . . Long Beach CC 24 Confere ice gomes W Dn 17 Lost 10 Hornet goalie Dave Bultina foils onofher attempt to score by LACC poloists as Ron Robinson and Gary Wiles defend. FJC poloists dunk the OCC Pirates as the Hornet natators captured the Eastern Division championship. Don Hovey, Joe Nortman and Ken Scandors help to break up action. Water Polo 4 - n -fif )76 The Tankers again managed to come through with their 25th conference championship. It ' s apparent that water- polo still means Fullerton college. The team won first place in the Eastern division, second in So. Calif, and second in J.C. competition. d «Ub £. ' ■ |L. to R., 1st row) Tony Opperman, Al Wedin, Bruce Carlson, Gerald Smith. (2nd Row] Doug Dalton, Dave Bultina, Ron Robinson, Ron Degler, Jerry Rubright. (3rd Row) Jerry Schlink, Russ Lennon, Don Hovey, Ken Hamdorf, Gary Wiles, Joe Nortman and Coach Jimmy Smith. Jimmy Smith " Water King " and Coach Ron Robinson Captain Gai Wiles All So. Calif, Soph. 177 4- . r ' Tom Starr, right, takes off on the 200 yd. Butterfly, against So. Calif Making his move is Ken Hamdorf in the 200 Yd. Butterfly. Flying through the air with the greatest of ease, is Hornet diver Dale Cripps. Resting Hornets wait for next event. 178 te , « 4 Water splashed and stop watches clicked as the swimming season opened at FJC. When it was dry and quiet again this year ' s team finished third in the EC con- ference, the first time FJC has ever slipped from first place in the conference. Nonetheless, the team chalked up first place in the San Diego Fletcher relays. The record setter for the season was Ron Degler, who copped two conference records, one in the 100 and But- terfly, another in the 200 yard Individual Medley. He was also team captain and Most Valuable Player. Other outstanding individuals were Ken Hamdorf, Joe Nort- mon, Bruce Enyeart, Tom Starr and Don Robinson. Coach Jimmy Smith Sw lmming .:J3Se»SP iSKs- (L to R top row] Joe Norfmon, Ken Hamdorf, Ron Robinson, Tom Starr, Bruce Enyeart, Fred Hund, Copt. Ron Degler, MGR. Mike Hoyle. (bottom row] Rocky Wyiie, Dale Cripps, Allan Gutchow, Bruce Carlson, Don Whittemore, Ernest Akina. 179 U»P ' . r I ••te. ■-XJ 5P JBMIlMimil III III Hill HllllilMnilllllflilHIMI The Hornets, holding a slim one point lead over the Chaffey Panthers, 43-42, get instructions from Coach Omalev. The Hornets won 70-58. Basketball Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Fu Coo ch Alex Omalev lerton 92. . .El Toro Marines 30 erton 88. . Pierce 57 lerton 87. . . Hancock 97 lerton 101 . . . El Camino 75 lerton 71 . . .use Frosh 48 lerton 105. . . Oceonside 77 lerton 68. . .San Diego 53 lerton 68. . . Citrus 76 lerton 87. . .Santa Monica 86 lerton 67. . . St. Joseph Missouri 65 lerton 70. . .Hutchinson, Kansas 66 lerton 70. . ■ Moberly, Missouri 93 lerton 80. . .Santa Monica 77 lerton 74. . . Ventura 68 lerton 62. . .Compton 72 lerton 65. . . Orange Coast 73 lerton 51 . . .Santa Ana 55 erton 91 . . Riverside 80 lerton 70. . .Chaffey 58 lerton 80. . .Citrus 72 lerton 78. . .Mount San Antonio 48 lerton 62. . .San Bernardino 70 lerton 84. . .Orange Coast 75 lerton 68. . .Santa Ana 41 lerton 70. . . Riverside 53 lerton 81 . . .Chaffey 75 lerton 80. . .UCLA Frosh 64 lerton 97. . . Citrus 82 lerton 81 . . .Mount San Antonio 58 lerton 90. . .San Bernardino 68 Bob Dye, All-EC first stringer, lays the ball up for two points in the San Berdoo tilt. Fullerton captured the game. Bill Heynen, All-EC first team, along with Chuck Kenley, rebounds the boll from the backboard. Pembroke looks on for a pass. The Hornets scalped the San Berdoo Indians 90-78. Kent Pembroke - F A Bill Heynen 1 St team EC 1st team So. Calif. , i ' -.-,, Bob Dye 1st team EC 2nd team So. Calif. Dale Ferber 2nd Team EC 182 Chuck Kenley John Perm Martin Vedova i David Haynes Kent Pembroke, a freshman first stringer, drives in for one of his dead ringers. Dye and Heynen look on in the background. Ralph Osterkamp 183 % ■t Clyde Morton This year ' s Hornet squad undoubtedly played the roughest schedule in Fullerton JC history, competing in four tournaments, in- cluding one in the basketball badlands of the Midwest. They fin- ished the season with a 23-7 won, lost mark and an 11-3 mark in Eastern Conference play, good for EC second place. In the first tournament, Fullerton ' s own four-team invitational in early December, the Hornets nipped Pierce, but bowed to Han- cock, 97-87. After practice victories over SC Frosh and El Camino, the Swarm entered the Chaffey Tournament and defeated Oceanside and San Diego, before bowing to Citrus. They finally bounced bock to edge Santa Monica, 87-86 for a third place. The Hornets next boarded a train for Missouri where they beat St. Joseph ' s 67-65, in a pre-tourney game; dropped Hutchinson (Kan.) 70-66; and yielded to Moberly for the tourney title, 93-70. After Christmas the Hornets played in the Sam Berry Tourney in Glendale and defeated Santa Monica and Ventura before falling to Compton. The Hornets then raggedly opened their EC season by bowing o the eventual EC champs. Orange Coast, 73-65. Still staggering, the Hornets were upset by underdog Santa Ana, 55-31, in their second game. Then, as Heynen rounded back into form, the team began to click, downing their next four conference foes impressively. As the first round closed, the Hornets chalked up their last loss of the year, a 70-62 defeat at the hands of San Berdoo. In the second round the smoothly operating Hornets roared through every EC team with surprising ease; handing Coast a 84-75 defeat for its only loss of the EC season. Coach Omalev closed out the season by coaching a team of All-EC Stars to a 102-86 victory over EC Champs. Oranae Coast. Don McConneil David McCormick John Sights 184 The reserve five battle against Chaffey for another victory. From left to right are David Haynes, Ralph Osterkamp, Clyde Morton, John Sights, John Perm. Bill Heynen stunted the growth of the Santo Ana Dons with his spectacular rebounds. Fighting for o clear shot is Clyde Norton. Heynen too is looking for action. Dale Ferber, 2nd team EC, jumps inte action with his game winning jump shot. I 185 Crossing the bag, for a man on, is Jim Murphy for the Hornets. Pitcher Bill Hayes is trying to make the No. 1 sack, after hitting a grounder to shortstop. This year ' s baseball season brought about the unveiling of two major items in FJC baseball, a new diamond and pitching machine. Coach Bud Dawson 186 jV ii .. -p s- ..,v.A. ' i .Vii2 , (Top row, L to R| F. Brown, D. Richardson, D. Vaughn, J. Murphy, T. Watts, M. Busby, R. Coses, L. Farwell, Coach Bud Dawson. (Bottom Row) C. Keenan, N. Higashi, B. Bero, T. Sciacco, B. Hayes, R. Martinez, R. Winchel, L. Tower. Baseball With the new baseball dia- mond complete, Bud Dawson ' s diamondmen had a beautiful new home field in Hornetville. In years past the Hornet home was at Amerige park. Bud didn ' t have any trouble collecting local talent for his team. Practice First base on the Hornet squad is managed by the skilled playing of Bero. games were played with good and bad days for the team. This year ' s team showed a lot of teamwork and fine training, de- spite a slow start that saw them bow in their first four conference games. Jim Murphy slammed out a single to spork the diamondmen in a crucial game with the Riverside Bengals. r V- " % m O ' iT 9 9 P i J .l (Top row L to R) Coach Oran Breeland, E. Northcuft. B. Deboer, R. Hood, J. Croft, T. Bonnema, D. Sherman, M. Vedova, C. Warner, K. Russell, B. Gamboni, P. Brodell, R. Fujino. (Bottom row) O. Anson, B. Hezmalholch, J. Kesey, S. Owens, R. Tobin, B. Arce, B. Burleson, B. Tobias, J. Reavill, H. Akino. Setting the practice pace is veteran Ron Tobin and Earl Northcuft, Track The cindermen started the ' 58 season with flying dirt and saw dust. Veterans Ron Tobin in the mile and Sonny Owens of the hurdles started the season In promising style. Total team points this year, however, weren ' t the deciding factor of a successful year. Individ- uals were most memorable, but the team on the whole should be commended for a lot of hard work and fortitude. The cross coun- try team, paced by Ron Tobin, placed fifth in the EC. 188 Ron Tobin, Fullerton ' s master miler, chalks up points for the Hornets as he takes the baton on the onchor lop of the mile relay. Coach Breeland and Sports Ed White look on. Skimming the hurdles this year was veteran Sonny Owens. Owens holds school records in highs and lows. I Being clocked by coach Breeland is miler Tom Bonnema. 189 Fullerton ' s flying pole vaulter Joe Reoville gracefully eases over the bar. ,-. J...--, A Broad jumping for the Hornet cindermen is Ron Fujino. He captured a fourth at 5CJC Relays. Veteran broad jumper Ray Hood is stirring sow dust in a local track meet. 4 vW i vl . .•. • " » 190 Coach Everett Gibbs ;» -- Marshall Stenton was the most promising golfer of the season. Qolf (Top to bottom L to R] Dave Knight, Kent Pembroke, Marshall Stenton, Stan Douglas, Don Roesner. (Jim Leek not in picture) 810 Tennis t Coach Hardy Rollins Co-Eastern Conference Champs Don Grensted Bill Otta |L to R) Top row. Dove Burnett, Jim Romig, Ron Dahlgren, Coach Hardy Rollins. (Bottom row) Don Grensted, Bill Otta, Jim Stephenson, Godfrey Kymlo- Florence Dysinger Advisor W. A. A. Charlette Meisner President Margaret Eggertz Vice-President Under the leadership of President Charlette Meissner the WAA this year was active in both the college athletic and social program. They played host to the Southern California Badminton Tournament and sent the tennis team to both the Ojai and Long Beach touraments. The WAA also presented an indoor tennis assembly to the student body and sold coffee to raise funds for improvement of the gym patio. The women also sold cakes for the WUS and helped decorate for many of the dances this year. WAA teams participated in hockey, volleyball, badminton, tennis, softball, and added swimming to their schedule this year. i Pauline Hill Secretary Sue Evans AWS Representative Evelyn Sharpe Treasurer (Bottom row I to r) Marion Shearer, Laura Wilderdyke, Margaret Eggertz, Pat Hardin. (Top row] Judy Wildmarth, Bonnie Putman, Veatha Dorn, Sharon Schmidt. |1 to r| Judy Willmarth, Charlotte Meissner, Bonnie Putman, Kathy Evers, Laura Wilderdyke, Judy Buckman, Sharon Schnnidt, Veatha Dorn, Sandy Adams, Polly Hill, Nancy Day, Margaret Eggertz. (Bottom row I to r) Veatha Dorn, Laura Wilderdyke. (Top row) Nancy Dey, Polly Hill, Evelyn Sharp, Judy Buckman, Sandy Adams, Charlotte Meissner, LeAnn BIystone, Bonnie Putman, Judy Wild- marth, Sharon Schmidt, Kathy Evers, Margaret Eggertz. (Bottom row I to r) Pat Hardin, JoEllen McCormick, Sharon Schmidt, Judy Buckman, Nancy Dey, Karen Sanderson. (Top row) Bev Brook- shire, Polly Hill, Laura Wilderdyke, Judy Willmarth, Rosi Rodriguez, Clada Hoskins, Evelyn Sharp. Top row, left to right; Mary Lou Reyes, Karen Sanderson, Pot Hardin, ■ Sharon Schmidt, Judy Buckmann, Rosi Rodriguez, Evelyn Sharp. Bottom row; Clada Hoskins, Jo Ellen McCor- mick, Nancy Dey, Bev Brookshire, Polly Hill. TENNIS TEAM Roberta Mitchell, Judy Anderson, Margie Neuman, Bonnie Putmon, Charlotte Mesiner, Julie Willmarth, Veatha Dorn, Margaret Eggertz and Marilyn Braeim. " And it ' s a hit " as Rosi Rodriguez follows through. 197 HUNT FOODS AND INDUSTRIES. INC 200 FULLERTON , CALIFORNIA SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS. INC. 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Featuring the widest choice of outstanding men ' s apparel in the area, as well as many of the proven favorites; Norm AAeager ' s welcomes you to come in and be personally as- sisted by our experts in your needs. NORM MEAGER ' S Store For Men Proudly Presents Its Campus Representatives for 1958 from Fullerton Junior College Mr. Avery Perkins Mr. Richard Clark Mr. Jim Geaney |«| norm HEACEH ' S STORES FOR MEN Broadway Orange County Shopping Center 455 N. Loara PR. 2-0650 LAKEWOOD WEST COVINA 21 Index - Staff Alter, Robert — 20 Amiing, Gertrude — 20 Andrew, Carlos — 31 Arnold, J. Shailer— 20 Bockart, Kent — 20 Baden, Gerald — 20 Baker, Joyce — 107 Baum, Glenn — 20 Bemis, Ronnie — 31 Bonazza, Blaze — 20 Borst, Philip — 20 Bos, Dr. Robert — 20 Breeland, Oron— 20. 164. 188 Brown, Vaughn — 20 Brunskill, Don — 20 Buzzell, Pauline — 20 Caliguirie, ' Louise — 30 Colo, Nick— 31 Cannon. Nick — 31 Cannon, John — 21 Carmichoel, Nancy — 21, 2 Carter, Alan — 21 Chapman, Jack — 21 Chapman, Mary — 21 Chase. Hollie — 21 Clawsson. Jean — 21 Clayton, John — 21 Collins, John — 21 Conner. Carolyn — 19 Copp, Dwoyne — 21 Coppess, Alice — 21 Cox, Miriam — 21 Curtiss, June — 21 Dowson, Bud — 22, 164, 186, 188 Dropkin, Herbert — 22 Dudley, Dr. Ira — 22 Dugan, Kathleen — 19 Dysinger. Earl — 4, 5, 22 Dysinger, Floreni 195 Ediss, Marilyn — 22 Ehlen, Martha — 22 Evans, Lester — 31 Farmer, Mariorie — 19 Floon, Russell — 22 Forbes, Ellen — 19 Franks, Margoret — 22 Frederickson, Darwin — 22 Fried. Gladys — 22. 104 Friedel, Philip — 22 Garner, Denver — 22, 128 Garner, Irma — 1 9 Gotes, Robert — 23 Gibbs, Everett — 23, 191 Graham, Russell — 23 Greene, Marion — 31 Grimes, Erma — 19 Gromacki, Chester — 23 5, 22, Guss, Marilyn — " 19 Hall. Howard — 23 Harrod, Ruby — 23 Hazelton, Dallas — 23, 26 Heitzman, Robert — 3 1 Helvey. Kenneth — 23, 157, 158 Hesser, Marlene — 19 Hightower, Tom — 31 Hinkle, Lucille — 22, 23 Hobson, Richard — 30 Hodgdon, Mary — 22. 23 Hollenberg, Lee — 23 Houck, William — 23 Ingham, Paul — 23 Jorgenson, Myrtle — 30 Kennedy, Jean — 24 King, Mary — 30 Kloustermeyer. William — 24, 127 Korf, Lee— 24, 126 Kotake, Groce — 19 Kotoke, Ruby— 19 Krause, Charmaine — 1 9 Larsson, Harold — 24 LeRoss, Philip — 24 Loeser, Cornelius — 24 McClure. Lois — 24 McCormick, Robert — 24 McKibbin, Eugene — 24 McKown, Betty — 24 Moddox, Evelyn — 24, 105 Malm, Ivan — 17 Man ire, Margaret— 24 Hann, John — 1 8 Mansfield, Henry — 24, 115 Moson, Fred — 31 Melgren, Gordon — 17 Meyer, Williom — 25 Miller, Paul — 25. 45 Mitchell, Lloyd — 25 Moreman, Merrill — 25 Morris, Olive — 25, 27 Mullin, Chorles— 25, 125 Noffa. Kim — 25 Nelson, Everis — 25 Nolond, Claudia — 30 Omalev, Alex — 25, 181 O ' Neal. Garfield— 31 Oravetz, Orpho — 25. 106 Olt. Jessie — 30 Palmer. Fletcher — 25 Parks, Carol Lynne — 19 Phllbrick. Dr. Joe— 25 Polley, Charles — 31 Porter. Ralph — 20, 25 Procter. Mary — 107 Ramsay, Dr. Orrington — 26 Reed, Andy — 164 Reed, Marjorie — 30 Ribal, Betty — 26 Richards, Barbara — 19 Richardson, Harold — 26 Riutcel, Wallace — 18 Rodieck, Eldon— 26, 28, 125 Rollins, Harold — 26, 164, 194 Roth, Thelma — 30 Roy, Emil — 26 Royer, Moxine — 19 Ruby, Charles — 26 Rydmon, Pearl— 30 Sanders. Mabel — 26, 102 Schneider, Dr. Clarence — 26, 29 Seeley. George — 26 Sensanbaugher, Ray — 26 Shea, Joan — 26 Shedd. William — 26 Sheller, Dr. Lynn— 16, 23 Shelton, Esther — 27 Simart, Marshall — 26, 27 Siriani, Donald — 27 Smith. James — 27, 177, 179 Smith. Ralph — 27 Smith. Raymond — 27. 29, 115 Snyder, Phil — 27 Snyder, Ralph — 1 7 Soper, Ernest — 27 Spencer, Sonora — 27 Starmer, Vera — 107 Straw, Alva — 27 Strader, Spencer — 27 Struve, Ella — 30 Slump, Amy — 27, 117 Szolkowski, Rosella — 19 Tapp, Irma — 27 Taylor, Thelma — 30 Tillman, Hugh, 28 Timbrook, Grace — 30 Trotter, Herman, 31 Tucker, Kathryn — 28 Turner. Dorcas — 28 Vorgos, Louis — 31 Vigus. Vincent — 28 VonGruenJgen, Ernest — 28 Wofburton, Dr. Stanley — 18 24 Waters. Marguerite — 17 Wheatley, Logan — 18 Wheeler, Osbourne — 25 28 Willis, David— 28 Wilson, Howard — 28 Wilson, Nora — 28, 123 Wright, Dr. Elizobefh — 28 Younger, Floyd — 28 Index - Students Aaron, Genee — 63, 128 Abbott, Beverly — 63, 109 Abbott, Bob — 63. 151 Adams, Allen — 63 Adams, James- — 41 Adams, Mary — 63 Adams, Sandra — 196 Ahajanian. Steve — 63. 172 Ahrens, Williom — 63 Akma. Ernest — 63, 172 Akina. Herbert — 63, 172, 188 Albright. Ken— 63 Aldrich, Orien— 63 Almada. Richord — 63 Almas. Gary — -63 Alvarado, Anglina — 63 Ames, Wesley — 63 Andermon, Walter — 63 Anderson, Cheryl— 4 1 , 157 Anderson, Doletti — 63 Anderson, Elizabeth — 63 Anderson, James — 41 Anderson, John— 41 Anderson, Judy— 63, 197 Anderson, Norman — 41 Anderson, Robert — 63 Anderson, Thomos — 63 Andrews, Wesley — 63 Andrade, Rito — 102, 103 Anglin, Milton — 63, 165 Anselmi, Virginia — 102 Anson, Oron — 188 Arant, Carole — 63, 157, 158 Arce, Robert — 63, 113, 188 Ardaiz, John — 63 Armour, Kay — 63, 119. 134, 138 Armstrong, Anne — 63, 121 Arroues, Val — 144, 148. 151 Arrudo, Donald — 63 Artigos. Alberto — 124 Atkins, Doran — 63 Auer, Curtis — 63 Auer, Roselin — 63 Autry, Velta — 63 Avila, Elsie — 63 Ayers. Culley — 63 Ayres, Norman — 63 Babylon, Jim — 64 Boiley, Beverly — 41, 120. 121, 140 Baize, Nelson — 64 Baker, Carol — 64, 123 Baker, Diane — 64 Baker, Eugene — 64 Baker, Garry — 64 Baker, Jim — 64, 113 Baker, Louello — 64. 121 Baker, Richard — 64 Bakonis, Mary — 64 Bolston, Curtis — 64 Bandy, Glenn — 64 Bonkhead, James — 64 Barber, Koylene — 64 Barber, Margaret — 64 Barber, Mary Ann — 36. 41, 49, 116, 1 17, 129 Barnord, Beverly — 119 Barnes, Louis — 37, 64, 115, 132, 146 Bornett, Gary — 41 Barr, Earl — 64 Barr, Elizabeth — 64 Borrera, Linda — 64, 121 Barrett, Lorretta — 52, 64 Barritt, Potricio — 64, 88 Barthelmes, James— 64 Barton, Hal — 64 Barton, Mike — 64 Basham, Vane — 64 Battee. Lillian — 105 Battle, Lois — 41, 88, 119, 126. 139, 158 Bauer, Robert — 64 Bayard, Deon — 64 Beach, Wilburn — 64 Beardslee, Wendelyn — 102 Beaver, Lynne — 64 Beckman, Karlene — 64 Beckwith, Joanne — 102, 103 Beebower, Norma — 41 Beebower, Robert— 4 1 Beeson, Robert — 42 Beitel, Ronald — 64 Bejare, Joyce — 65 Bejare, Moy — 65 Bell, Allen — 65 Bell, Charles — 65 Bell, Ken — 65 Bell, Kenneth — 65 Bendixen, Sharon — 62, 65, 152, 153 Beneux, Margie — 65 Bening, William 42, 1 13 Benitez, Roberto — 65 Benjamin, Garry — 65 Bennett, Virginia — 42 Benson, Betty — 42, 117, 152 Benson, Carl — 65 Benson, Roger — 65 Beroult, Dorothy — 65 Beresnak, Celine — 126, 138, 139 Berger, Nancy. — 65, 1 19 Berkshire, Donna — 65, 157. 158 Bernal, Irene — 65 Bero, Floyd — 65, 187 Beuhler, Tom — 179 Biggers, Sheri, — 65, 117, 133 Bim. Sharon — 65 Binckes. Tom — 65 Binns, Mary Ann — 65 Bisch, Kathleen — 65, 92, 147 Bisel, Bruce — 65 Bivens, Robert — 173 Black, Ronald — 172, 174 Blackburn, Elwood — 42 Slake, John — 65 Bloomfield. Ronald — 42 Blue, Toddy — 65 Blue, Victor — 65 Blystone, Leann — 65, 119, 196 Boddy, Mary — 65 Bode, Hank — 42 Boege, Hiilrud — 124 Boelfl, Sheldon — 65. 157 Boerger. JoAnne — 65 Boettcher, Robert — 55. 65, 154 Bohnet, Donold — 65 Boisseranc, Henry — 42, 125 Bonnema. Tom — 66, 184. 188 Booher, Richard — 66 Bonne, Kenneth — 66 Booth. John — 66 Booz, Nancy — 126, 138, 157, 158 Borbon, Gloria — 66, 157, 158 Boren, Ronnie — 66 Borgen, Richard — 66 Boroff, Grant — 66 Bosin, Sandra — 66 Botts, Harold — 66 Bouchey, Dave — 66 Bourne, Elfreda — 66, 106 Bouse, Bob — 66 Boutcher. Saundro — 66 Bovee, Beverly — 157 Bovee, Dorothy — 66. 1 24 Bowman. Clifford — 42 Boyer. James — 66 Boyle, Mike — 66 Bradley, Bernard — 66, 173 Bradley, Emilie — 42 Braem, Carol — 105, 197 Brakebill, Avery — 66 Brandsma, Greta — 66 Brandt, Nina — 66 Brannon, Kenneth — 66 Brawley, Admirl — 171, 172. 175 Bray, James — 66 Brennan, Jomes — 66 Brennon. Patricia — 66 Brezoff. Lenin — 42, 72 Broadfoot, Lawrence — 66 Brock, Jomes — 66 Brockett, Sherie — 42 Brockman, Martha — 43. 122, 123 Brodell, Phil— 188 Brookman, Glen — 66 Brooks, Barbora — 66 Brookshire, Beverly — 196. 197 Brooks, Thomas — 113, 173 Brown, Carol — 104 Brown, Frank — 187 Brown, Jon — 67 Brown, Judy — 43, 119, 164 Brown, Marilyn— 43, 118, 119 Brown, Maurine — 106 Brown, Raymond — 67 Brown, Terry — 67 Brownfield, Ray — 67 Bruckett, Sherrie — 109 Brumley, Janie — 1 19 Brust, David — 67 Bryant, Juanita — 67 Buck, Elizabelh 61, 120, 121 Buckmon, Judy — 62, 67, 119, 196, 197 Buckner, Marilyn— 43 Buehler, Thomas — 43 Bullen, Edith — 67 Bultina, David — 67, 176, 177 Bumgardner, Carol -43, 119, 133 Burch, Richard — 67 Burford, Judy — 67 Burkhart, Bob 67 Burnett, David — 43, 194 Burnett. Harris — 67 Burnham. David — 67. 113 Burleson. Grody — 188 Burr, Marge — 105 Burt. Gilbert — 67 Burt, Nancy — 67 Burton, Janet — 67 Busby. Michael — 67, 187 Byrnes, Paul — 67 Caballero, Ralph — 67 Cabaret, Delmar — 67 Cabrol, Alfredo — 67 Caines, Mary — 67, 109 Cairns, Phyllis — 67 Colder, Sally — 43 Caley, Duane — 134, 138, 139 Calhoun, Sue — 67 Calliham, Billy — 67, 169, 170, 171, 175 Cambell. Eugene — 67 Campbell, Martha — 67 Campbell. Mary — 67 Campbell, William — 67 Concino, Rudy — 1 12, 113 Condee, Philip — 67 Cono, Catatina — 43, 119 Cano, Jose — 67 Cono, Virginia — 68, 109. 123 Carey, Roberta — 68 Carleton, Geraldine — 43 Carline, Margaret — 68 Carlson, Bruce — 68, 177, 179 Carlson, John — 68 Carnegie, Ed — 125 Carnevale, Saundro — 43 Carson, Patricia — 68 Carson, William — 114 Carter, Jomes — 43 Casas, Ricordo — 68, 187 Cosey, Donald — 68 Casserino. Angelo — 68 Costro, Josephine — 68 Costro, Maria — 68 Cotolano, John — 37, 68, 113 Cotes, Modeno — 68 Cave, Gory — 44 Chace, Barbara — 68 Chambers, Jean — 68 Channell, Don — 68 Channel I. Emerson— 44 Chose, Nancy — 68 Chesley, Kenneth — 170 Chiles, Dovid — 68 Choate, Winton — 68 Christensen. Goyle — 44, 109, 123 Christensen, Howard — 68, 1 25 Cisternino. Barbora — 100 Clark, Darell — 44 Clifton, Gwen — 68, 117 Clour, Bob — 44 Cockburn. Dorothy — 44 Coffin, William — 68 Coffman, Dale — 1 38 Cole, Don — 68 Cole, Curtis — 68 Cole, Michael — 114 Collins, Allan — 68 Collins, Dole — 68 Col mo n, Dennis — 68 Coltrane, Don — 68 Condon, Carol — 69, 157 Conforti, Loretto — 69 Connoughton, Barney — 68 Connoughton, Virginia — 68 Conlreras, Richard — 68 Cook, Allan — 44 Cook, Michael — 69 Cook, Peggy — 69 Cooper, Billy — 44 Cooper, Lynne — 69, 109, 120, 121 Cooper, Fred — 1 13 Cooper, Terry — 69 Cope, Jack — 34, 35, 37, 53, 81, 1 13, 126, 153, 154 Corn, Betty — 33, 34, 69, 96, 162 Cornell, Carolyn — 44, 119 Corpesy, Judy — 1 19 Cosner, Ronald — 69 Costa, Adolph — 69 Coughlin, Vivian — 69, 109, 123. 139 Courey, Ellen — 69. 205 Couturier, Normand — 69 Covey, Louise — 69 Cowell, Betty — 44, 119 Cox, Corol — 69, 109 Cox, Keith — 69 Cox, Marilyn — 44 Cox, Neil — 69 Crabtree. Jeffrey — 69 Craft, James — 69, 112, 188 Craig, Jewel! — 103, 105 Crondall. Glen — 69, 158 Crondall. Phillip — 69 Cranston, Joe — 69 Crawford, Arlene — 34, 69, 150 Crevdo, John — 69 Cripps. Dale — 69. 179 Crist. Dave 44, 125 Cronin, Wallace — 69 Cropsey, Judith — 69 Crosby, Joe — 69, 1 1 3 Crow, Nancy — 69 Crowell, James — 69 Crowell, Judith — 69 Cudd, Robert — 69, 115 Culner, Rose Marie — 104 Cummings, Sandra — 100 Currul, Susan — 70, 1 1 7 Curry, Ardeth — 45. 122. 123 Curtis, Delia— 70 Curtis. Ralph — 70 Dahlum, Jerome — 70 Dahlgren, Ron — 113. 194 Dain, Ethel — 70 Dolton, Dorothy — 70. 109 Dalton, Douglas — 70, 115, 177 Dalton, Franklin — 70 DAmico, Mary — 45. 120, 121 Dorgotz. Peggy — 70 Dore, Dale — 45, 115 Davenport, Roy — 70 Davilo, Ronald — 70 Dovis, Dorrell — 70 Davis, Howard — 45 Davis, Linda — 70, 1 19 Davis, Ronald — 70 Day, Lorry — 45, 70, 1 14 Deady, Richard — 70 Debilzon, Charles — 70 DeBoer, Bren — 70, 188 Deburger, Jack — 70 DeCasas. Albert — 70 Deckard, Lloyd — 70 DeFever, Mary — 70 Degler, Ron — 179 Deleon, Arthur — 70 Delgodo. Carol — 70. 121 Del Aguilo, Luis — 70 Del Giorgio, Lynda — 47, 70, 82, 84, 1 19, 126, 147. 148. 155, 164 DeLosRios, Margarita — 70, 124 DeMoss, Ronald — 70 Denny, Donald — 70 Devenny, Bonnie — 118, 119. 150 Devine, Rick — 70, 179 Dewyn, Evert — 70 Dey, Nancy — 70, 196, 197 De Young, Arlene — 71, 157 Dioz, Robert — 45 Dickens, Arlene — 71 Dickenson, Donald — 71 Dickerman, Dorrell — 7 1 Dingel, Kenneth — 71 Dinwiddle, Larry — 7 1 Dirksen. Dirk — 71 Discoe, Sandy — 71 Dittberner, Richard — 45 Dobbins, Susan — 122, 123 Dobner, Sandra — 71 Dockstader, Leonard — 71 Dodson, Jeannene — 71 Doller, Daniel — 71 Donaldson, Chris — 71 Dorn. Veotho — 45, 147, 196 Doty. Jane — 45. 121 Doty, Judy— 71, 120. 121 Doucette, Beverly — 7 1 Dougan, Garry — 45, 52. 182 Douglas. Stan — 71. 191 Dowdy, Laura — 7 1 Dowdy, Norman — 71 Dowell. Dovid — 45, 140 Downey, Robert — 71 Downs, Elizabeth — 71, 117 Doyle, Michael — 158 Drake, Deonno — 71. 123 DumesnII, Ronny — 71 Duncon, Jeri — 1 19 Index - Students -195, 196 116, Duncan, Linda — 71, 119 Dungey, BeTty — 104 Dunham, Jerry — 7 1 Dunivin, Jimmy — 147 Dunkerly, Cheryl — 71, 146 Dupuis, Roland — 7 1 DuQuesnay, Bob — 71 Duma, Roger — 7 1 Dutzi, Noncy — 1 19 Dye, Bob — 155, 181, 183 Early, Georgeann — 165 Easley, Linda — 71 Ebben, Orville — 71 Eckles, Robert — 71 Edwards, Jock — 71 Egerer. Caryll— 72, 1 19, 153, 160 Eggertz, Margaret— Ehrle, Georgian — 157 Eimers, Glendo — 45, 71, 1 17, 129, 162 Einung, Luther- — 72 Eisele, Phyllis— 46 Elliott, Leilani — 72, 123, 146 Elliott, Virlee — 72, 109 Eilis, Richard — 72 Emerson, Eugene — 72 England, Gerald— 72 Enlriken, Fred — 72 Entwistle, Gary— 6 Enyeart, Bruce — 72, 179 Eriandson, Rod — 46 Ersek, Andrew — 72 Erwin, Dennis — 72 Espararoza. Evelyn — 72 Espinosa, Judy — 72, 49, 123 Estrodo, Andrew — 37, 72, 83. 113, 141, 154, 155 Ettinger, Matt — 146. 149, 150 Evans, Fay — 72, 120, 121 Evans, Mary — 72 Evens, Robert — 72 Evans, Susan — 36, 46, 116. 117, 129, 163, 195 Evans, Tom — 72 Evers, Kathy — 196 Everson, Charles — 72 Exacoustos. Ell OS — 72 Eynon, Fred — 72. 1 13 Folk, Fred — 72 Fancher, Jean 72. 109 Foris, Harry — 72 Farmer, Patricio— JO, 46. 123. 157 Forwell, Lewis— 72, 169, 187 Ferri, Jawad — 124 Fekri, Mohammod — 72, 124 Feldkamp, Dorene — -72 Feldmiller, Virginia— 72 Fellmer, Richard— 72 Fellows, Larry — 72 Fenton, Douglos — 72 Fenton, Philip — 46 Ferber, Dale 46, 152, 182. 185 Ferm, Don — 46, 185 Ferm. John — 73, 183 Ferronte, Mario — 73 Ferrell, Lloyd — 175 Feys, Earl — 73 Field, Gary — 1 15 Finch, Douglas — 73 Findley, Mary Jane — 46, 82. 126. 154, 155, 157 Fish, Arlene— 73 Fisher, Carol — 73 Flachmon, Fronk — 73 Flanders, Patty — 73, 157 Fleming, Robert — 73 Fletcher, Frances — 73 Flood, Bruce — 73 Flores, Isaac — 124, 127 Flower, Mark — 73 Flynn, Jack— 73 Flynn, Margaret — 150 FIoz, Audrey — 73 Fording. Don — 73 Foster, Bruce — 73 Fowler, Mork — 113 Fox, Steven — 73 Fronk, Fred — 157 Franklin, Fori — 46, 165 Fronklin, Corol — 46. 157. 165 Frozier, Glen — 73 Fredenberg. Wesley — 73 French, Mory — 73 French, Pot — 73. 162 Frew, Undo — 49, 73, 123, 137, 157 Friedhof, Sarah — 73 Froriand, Beatrice — 73 Fry, Dorlene — 46. 1 19 Frye, Michael — 73 Fuerst, Jerry — 73 Fuess, Wililam — 73 Fujino. Ronnie — 73, 188, 190 Furman. Larry — 73, 115 Gamboni, W.lliam — 73, 188 Gammell, Alice — 73 Goneou, Gail — 92 Gorber, Morris — 74, 127 Garcia. Angel — 47, 165 Garcia, Louie — 74 Gorner, Rich — 34. 40, 47 Gaus, Jim — 47 Geismger, Poul — 74 Gentry, Robert — 1 13 Gerhardr, Jock — 74, 173 German, Lyle — 74 Germer, Noncy — 47, 109 Gerrtor, Fred — 74 Gibson, Ronoid — 74 Gibson, Terry — 152 Giesinger, Donn — 74, 125 Giffin, Charles — 74 Gifford, Frank— 55. 61, 126, 154 Gilkerson, Noncy — 74 Gillord, Jeanefte — 74 Gilliland, Ronoid — 74 Gilmore, Carolyn — 74, 157 G.ltner, Bill — 74 Gish, Valerie — 74 Gloss, Rachel — 74 Glovin, Gail — 47, 82, 1 17. 126, 154 Godfrey, Harold — 74 Goebei. Poul— 74. 129 Gomez, Raul — 74 Goneou. Gail — 74. I 17 Gonzales, Irene — 74, 123 Good. John — 74 Goodwin, Colherine — 74 Gordon, Chester — 74 Gore, Marie — 74 Gore, Martha — 74, 109 Gorley, Kenneth — 74 Gormon, Williom — 74 Gougher, James — 47 Govedich, Memo — 106 Grable, Robert — 74 Grogg. John — 74 Graham, Joe — 74 Graham, Virginia — 74 Gronese, Lois — 44, 47, 88, 1 19, 143, 161 Grovier, Benny — 75 Gray, Comelio — 75 Gray, Glendo — 75, 117 Gray, Harold — 75 Gray, Jerry — 75, 138 GraybiH, Don — 47, 157 Green, George — 75 Greene, Joe — 75 Grensted, Don — 75, 194 Gribben, Morjorie — 75 Gribben, Rolph — 75 Griffin, Lorry — 165 Griffith, Ann — 75, 106 Griggs, Carole — 47, 75. 119 Grimm, Flora — 47, 165 Groot, Tom — 1 65 Groves. Jan — 75, 157 Grubbs, Thomas — 75 Grunder. Adelle — 75 Grundy, Martha — 105 Grunwold, Roger — 75 Guerriero, Vincent — 47 Guin, Donna — 75, 121 Gully, Anthony — 47, 139 Gulvas, Robert — 75 Guther, Ken — 47 Gurley, Dale — 114 Gutierrez, Gabriel — 75 Gutschow, Alan — 179 Gutzman, Edward — 33, 34, 44, 48 Guy, Terry — 75 Guyer, Roger — 157 Hackney, Virginia — 75 Hagar, William — 75 Hager, Alice — 48 Hoight, Brion — 48 Holdwell. Dione — 157 Hole, Frances — 100 Holl, Robert — 48 Holl, Thomas — 75 Holler. James — 125 Homdorf. Ken — 75, 177, 179 Homell, Glenn — 75 Hamic, Joe — 75 Hamilton, Dennis — 75 Hamilton, Lee — 75 Hamilton, Terry — 75 Hammers, Arthur — 75 Hammers, Carl — 75 Hammers, Gene — 76 Homond, Dolores — 76 Homner, Thomos — 76 Hannah, Gory — 76 Hansen. George — 76 Horoldson, Joy — 76, 1 17 Horberg, Elizobeth — 48 Hordin. Patricio — 196, 197 Hardy. Barbaro — 76, 117 Horens, Claudia — 157 Horlow. Linda — 76 Harper, Bruce — 76 Harnmon, John — 76, 175 Harris. Cloudia — 158 Harris, Helen — 100 Hart, Morvin — 76 Horf, Curtis — 76, 165 Hart, Eodene — 76. 109 Hortstein, Gary — 76 Hastings, Don 48 Hatanoko, Eddie — 76 Hatanoko, Florence — 76 Hathcock, Richord — 76 Halhcock, Robert — 113 Haws, Sharlene — 76, 138, 152, 153, 163 Hay, Janet — 76 Hay, Ruth — 48 Hayes, Bill — 186, 187 Haygood, Linda — 76 Hoynes, Dovid — 76, 183, 185 Hoyfer, Ann — 76 Hazel, W.ll.am — 76 Head. Corolyn — 76, 109, 123 Healey, Phyllis — 76 Healy, Robert — 48, 157, 158 Heorrell, Thomas — 76 Hedden. Donald — 76 Heet, Morjorie — 76, 117, 162 Helmick, John — 175 Hemphill. Donald — 76 Henick, Gene — 76 Hensel, Morjorie — 76 Hensley, Shermann — 77 Hernandez, Alvina — 77 Hernandez, Lupe — 77 Hernandez, Steve 48 Herold, Geoffrey — 115 Hero Id, Don — 77 Herrell, Marilyn — 77 Herrick. Carolyn — 77 Herrick. Sandra — 77, 106 Herzog, Linda — 48. 127, 128 Hess, Mortho — 77, 104 Heyes, James — 77 Heyne. Carol — 77, 120, 121 Heynen, Bill — 182, 183, 185 Hezmolholch, Bob — 77, 188 Hezmalhalch, Sondro — 77 Higoshi, Nobuo — 77, 187 Higgins, Delores — 48. 127 Hight. Allen— 77 Hill. Jerry— 48. 141, 161 Hill, Jerry F — 77 Hill. Pauline — 77, 195, 196, 197 Hill, Robert — 77 Hill, Sally — 49, 123 Hitl. William — 77 Hinds, Joy— 77 Hobbs, Gory — 77 Hochstetler, Wilhom — 77 Holbrook, Jimmy — 77 Holden, Robert — 49, 125 Hollond, Charles — 90, 160 Hollingsworth, Ann — 34, 35, 49 Hollingsworth, Kirk — 77 Hollins, John — 77 Hotlowoy, William — 77 Hollowell. Diana — 77, 158 Holm, Margaret — 104 Holman, Bob — 77 Holmes, Roy — 77 Holt. Darrell — 77 Holtz, Borboro — 77 Homiczewski, Joann — 77 Honey, Phil-S-78 Hood, Raymond — 50, 157, 169, 173, 188, 190 Hooper, Morjorie — 78 Hoover, Gary — 78 Hopkins, Diane — 78, 119 Horton, Gary- — 78 Horton, Trudie 78 Hoskins, Cloda— 49, 196, 197 Houck, Joseph — 78 Hovey. Donald — 78, 176. 177 Howard. Carole — 49, 119 Howard, Cynthia — 78, 109 Howe, Dotti — 78 Howell. Patricio — 78 Hoxie, Robert — 78 Hoy. Dovid — 49. 127 Hoyle, Michael — 78 Huckabee, Joyce — 78 Hudson, Ariene — 78 Huesca, Aurora — 49 Huffmon. Terry — 78 Hughes, Josephine — 49 Hull. Roymond — 78 Hultgren, Merlow — 78 Hutlo. Tony — 78 Hymer, Donno — 100 Hysom, Keith — 37, 78, 113 Implom. Gory — 78 Ingram. Lee— 78, 157, 158 Ingwersen. Doris — 78 Introvio, Sam — 78 tverson, Roxine — 100 Jockmon, Jomes — 78, 138 Jackson, Gary — 78, 113 Jacobsen, Donald — 49 Jocobson, Russell — 78 Jacoby, Chnstme — 78 Jaime, Robert — 78 James, Don — 78 James, Jock — 78 Joro, Reginald — 79 jorrett, " Corma — 79 Jorvis, Bernard — 79 Josper, Tom — 79 Jeffries, Bettye — 79 Jenkins, David — 79 Jennings, Donna — 105 Jenrngs, Wende — 79 Jenings, Robert — 79 Jensen, Joan — 79 Jensen, Larry — 79 Jeweft, Mike — 79 Johns, Trovis — 79 Johnson, Bernard — 79 Johnson, Lorry — 79 Johnson, Phyllis — 79, 127 Johnson, Ronnie — 79 Johnston, Pat — 79, 62, 117 Jones, Betty — 79 Jones, Caro lyn— 49, 163 Jones, JoAnn — 49, 109 Jones, John — 49 Jones, Minom — 50 Jordan, Dale — 79 Jordan, Renee — 79 Joyce, Pot- 50, 157, 163 Joyce, Shoron — 79 Juenemonn, Carol — 79 Juneau, Clarence — 79 Kodomo, Vosudev — 124 Koiser, Donold — 79 Kaiser, Lenor — 79 Karr, Douglas — 79 Koroma, Zoid — 124 Kovanough, Thomos — 79, 157 Keon, Robert — 79 Keor. Karen — 79, 117 Kennan, Charles — 34, 35, 187 Keil, Carol— 79, 150 Keitch, John — 79 Keith, Janice — 121 Keller, Dorlene — 50 Keller, Jonice — 50 Kelley, Daniel — 80 Kenley, Chuck — 182. 183 Kepplinger. Albert — 115 Kersten, Peter — 80 Kesey, Jim — 188 Kesler, Etto — 105 Khojenori, Ali — 80 Kiefer, Bevedy — 50, 109 Kiger. Jerry — 80 Kim, Myung — 80 King, Barbara — 50, 109 King, Eugene — 80 King, Fronk — 80 King, Joanne — 50, 109, 119, 162 King, Sonya — 80, 109 King, Virginia — 80 Kingsbury, Charles — 80 Kintigh, Denny — 80 Kintis, Ann — 80 Kirby, Modalene — 80 Kisner, Robert — 154, 155 Klaustermeyer, William — 80 Klimpel, Bonnie J. — 50, 109, 119, 118 Kling, Kjell — 124, 165 Klingenberg, Faye — 80 Klong, Dick — 80 Knight. David — 50, 191 Knight. Mary — 100 Knight, Normon — -80 Knox, Buddy — 113. 112 Knutson, Jackie — 80 Kochendorfer, Patricio — 80 Kohlenberger. Don — 33, 34. 37, 50. 115, 152, 153 Kohlenberger, John F. — 50. 113 Kohlenberger. John M. — 80 Konzal. Ralph — 50 Koss. Dole — 51 Kossow, Dorothy — 80 Kousfik, Arthur — 80 Kovoch. William — 80 Kroemer, Linda — 80 Kratz, Robert — 80 Krause, Robert — 80 Krausmon, Alberta — 80 Krousman, Ed — 179 Kresch, Lois — 80 Kroeger, Margie — 51, 70 Kubicki, Stanley — 80 Kuenster, Helen — 80 Kuhl, Lorry — 80 Kuhlmon, Dee — 81 Kuhnly, Scott — 81 Kuhns, Corolyn — 81, 121. 157 Kuniz, Eleanor — 157 Kymlo, Godfrey — 81, 151, 165, 194, 207 LoLonda, Jeanne— 81, 157 Lamb, Patricio — 81 Lomm, Lauro — -5 1 Lompher, Jacqueline — 51, 122, 123 Lancaster, Carleno — 81, 133 Lancaster, Judi — 81, 157 158 Lancaster, Wayne — 165 Londberg, Jock — 117 Lane, James — 81 Lang, James H. — 81 Lange, Tim — 81 Langenwalter, LeRoy — 81 Langhom, Helen — 51 Lanhom, Marjone 43, 51, 88, 123, 138, 207 Lorouche, Richard — 81 Lorson, Otto — 81 Lorson, Ronald G. — 81 Larson, Ronald L, — 81 Latz, Lee — 81 Louer, William — 81 Lautrup, Norman — 81 Lowley, David — 81 Lawrence, Marylyn — 81 Lowson, Tommy — 81 Leonder, Judy — 81, 121 Leek, James — 81 Ledbetfer, Donna — 81 Ledbeter. Cliff — 34, 37, 113 Ledbetter, Rodney — 81 Ledbetter, Tim — 81 Lee, Richord — 81 Lee, Robert — 81 Leewood, Normo — 8 1 Leitner, Wayne — 81 Lelito, Anthony — 82 Lemcke. Jud.th — 82, 117 Lemke, Louise — 82 Lemoine, Joan — 51 Lenhort, Ervin — 82 Lennon, Russell — 82, 113, 177 Lent, Jerry — 82, 113 Leo, Art — 82 Leonard, Paul — 51 Letcher, Spencer — 173, 175 Levo, John — 82 Lewetlyn, Harry — 82 Lewis, Harrison — 82 Lewis, Jerneedo — 106 Lewis, John — 82 Lewis, Verneedo — 82 Lieberman. Donno — 82, 157 Liebhord, Gary — 82 Lmam, MoryLou — 82 Lincoln, Jomes — 82 Lindgren, Anne — 82, 117 Lindholm, John — 82 L.pshin, Jerry- 157, 173 Little. Frances — 82, 106 Linleworth, Stanley — 82 LoCascio, Paul — 82, 172 Loessin, Bill — 82 Lofquist, Judith — 82 Logon. Hazel — 157 Logudtce, Thomos — 82 Long, Nancy — 82 Love, Trudi — 34, 62, 82, 149. 207 Lugaro, George — 82 Lunde, Joan — 82 Lutschg, Robert — 82 Lynch, Dovid — 82 Lynd, Edna — 101 Lyon, Tom — 82 McBride, Roger — 145 McColla, Don — 84 McCloin, Jeanne — 84 McCloud. Lynda — 84 McClure, Ruth — 128, 129 McCollo, Don — 84 McConnell, Donald — 84, 184 McCord, Larry — 139 McCord, Marcell — 52. 109 McCorkendale, Allen — 158 McCormick. Robin — 52, 122. 123 McCormick, David — 84, 184 McCormick, Jo Ellen — 196, 197 McCoy, Borbaro — 84 McCue, Anne — 84, 126, 157 McCullah, Lanny — 52, 94. 96, 113, 133. 136, 148 McDonald, Chorles — 84 McDonald, Jock — 84 McDougol, Mory — 101 McDowell, Susanne — 84 McDuell, Robert — 84 McElligotf, Sally — 106 McElvoin, Kenneth — 34 McGee, Rose — 84 McGtnley, Mory — 84 McGinty, Jocqueline — 52, 109 McGlogon, Claudia — 84 McGregor, Borboro — 84 Mcllroth, James — 84 McKee, Charles — 94 McKee, Jerry — 84, 172, 175 McKee, Richard — 52, 115, 141. 171 McMonus, Geraldine — 84 McMeekin, Gerald — 84 McNoy, Michael — 84 McNuft, LeRoy — 84 McPheeters, Wilma — 84 McReynolds, Mike — 84 MocCollum, Joanne — 52 Mochiaroli, Charles — 84 MocHioroli — 84 MocDonald, Barbara — 106 MocDonald, Bruce — 83 Mock, Roger — 83 Mocris, George — 83 Maddox, Judith — 83 Maeser, John — 51 Magdalik, Dovid — 83 Mahoney. John — 83 Moise, Shirley — 51 Mollonee, Don — 6d, 83 Molone, Dan — 83 Moltsberger, Jean — 83 Monn, Patricia — 83, 106 Monnell, John — 51, 125 Monning, Deonno — 51 Manning, Thomos — 83 Monoogion, Rita — 83 Monsfield, Lee — 83 Manuel, Jomes — 83 Mopp, Bill — 83 Marin, Jeonnette — 83. 121 Marley, DeLore — 83 Morple, Patricia — 101 Morquez. Humberto — 124, 129 Marron, Bios — 83 Ma rshburn, Richard — 83 Martin. Gail — 52, 109, 123 Mortin, Hildo— 83, 163 Martinez, Olgo — 83 Martinez, Ruben — 83, 187 Morx, Kenneth — 83 Marzolf, Steve — 83 Masin, Richard — 52 Massengale, Ira — 83 Masters, George — 83, 115 Mostro, Victor — 83 Mathews, Bobby — 1 65 Mothews, Ken — 170 Mathews, Ralph — 83 Mottos, Richard — 83 Maxwell, Edword — 40, 52 Moyfield. John — 84 Medina, Joe — 84 Meissner, Charlotte — 195, 196 Meister, Dennis — 84 Melcher, Nancy — 84 Melillo, Thomas — 84 Mellono, Mike — 52, 125 Menagh, James — 85 Mendoza, Audrey — 1 19 Mendozo, Amoya — 148, 149 Menzimer, Jill — 47, 85, 117 Menzin, Ellen — 85 Merrill, Paul — 85 Messersmith, Ruth — 85, 106 Metoxen, Dorothy — 85, 106 Meyer, Jeonette — 85 Milam, Vivian — 85, 121 Miller, Annette — 85 Miller, David — 85 Miller, Gory- 85 Miller. Glen — 52 Miller, Helen — 117 Miller, Judith— 52, 127, 128 Miller, Mike — 52, 85 Miller, Ronoid — 85 Miller. Ronald— 85 Miller, Suson — 53, 109, 117 Mills, Pearl — 106 Milton, Verne — 85 Minorik. Dolores — 53, 82, 126, 154, 157 Minch, John — 85 Miser, Ariene — 85 Mitchell, Roberta— 85, 127 Mitchell, Ronoid — 85 Mitchell. Sue — 34, 35, 53, 71, 116, 117, 137, 150 Mittmon, Sigrid — 85 Mobley, James — 85 Mobray, George — 85 Moe, Russell — 85 Molinarf, William — 85 Moll, Judith — 85, 163 Montgomery, Carl — 34, 62, 85, 94 Montgomery, Carole — 1 17 Montoyo, Jose — 1 24 Moore, Dorothy — 85, 109, 119, 163 Moore, Everett — 85 Moores, Lorry — 85 Morgenstern, Michael — 86 Index - Students Morris, Harlene — 53. 81, 87, I 17, 154, 160, 205 Morris, Phyllis — 86 Morris, Richard — 86 Morris, Walter — 86 Morrison, Jerry — 86 Morton, Clyde — 86, 184, 185 Morton, Morgoret — 53 Moltes, Joon — 86 Moullen, Shirley — 53, 121 Mowchan, Gloria — 86 Moya, Edward — 157 Muckenthaler, David — 86 Mulack, Sylvia— 53. 157 MuMer. Marcia — 86. 47, 1 17, 164 Mulliken, Nelle — 105 Mulloy, Ramona — 86 Munney, Elda — 86 Murdock, Judy— 86. 109 Murfield, Marilyn — 46. 86, 119. 164 Murphy, James — 86. 173, 186, 187 Mushegan, Maxine — 86, 120, 121 Myers, Morgie — 86. 163 Mylera, John — 86 Myracle, Stephen — 86 Naffa, Jomal- 124 Nafziger, Sandra — 86 Nancrorrow, Pat — 53, 119 Natividod, Theodore — 86 Noult, Donald — 86 Naylor. Irene — 1 05 Naylor, Margaret — 86 Neff, Robert— 86 Negri, Corole — 53 Neidhardt, George — 86 Nelson, Bruce — 86 Nelson. Donno — 53, 121 Nelson, Douglos — 86 Nueman, Ronald— 53 Newkirk, Wayne — 86 Newman, Olin — 86 Nimrod. Corl— 53 Nishio, James— 86 Noble, Robert— 86 Nordstrom. Richard — 87 Norgiec, Albert- — 87 Norland, Bessie— 87 NorthcutT, Earl 87, 165. 188 Nortman. Joseph — 176, 177, 179 Norton, Robert — 87 Noyes, James — 87 Oakley, Elinor— 87, 109 Obermoyr, Judy — 87, 127 O ' Brien, George — 87 Ochoa, Lois — 54 O ' Conner. Dennis — 87 Oegler, Ron — 177 Ohtani. George — 54, 124 Oldhom, Barbara — 157 O ' Leary. James — 87 Olsen, Norman — 87, 94 Olvera, Margaret — 81. 82. 117, 126, 155 Opp. Sally— 87 Oppermann, Tony — 87. 177 O ' Reilly, Ronald — 54, 64, 76, 134, 157 O ' Reilly, Leonard — 64, 76. 113, 134, 157 Oropeza, Ignacio — 125 Ortega, Woldo — 87, 172 Osterkomp. Ralph — 87. 184. 185 Oswold, Phyllis— 54, 1 19 OToole. James — 87. 138 Otto, Williom— 87. 194 Owens, Larence — 40, 119 Owens, Sonny — 188, 189 Paot, Julie — 101 Pace, Michoel— 87 Packer, Alan— 87, 1 13 Palm, George — 54 Palm, Jon — 87 Palmer, Lynn — 87 Palmer, Kathy — 143, 157 Palmer, William — 82, 87, 155 Parker, Robert — 87 Parker. Susan — 87 Porks, Don — 87 Parrott, Dick — 87 Parsley. Diane- — 4, 129, 143 Parson, Mileb — 87 Patrick, Richard — 87 Patrick, Sondra — 54, 117, 140. 205 Payne. Mary — 36, 53, 88 PoHerSon, Shirley — 87 Payne, Richard — 88 Payson, Morilyn — 88 Pease, Howard — 127 1 19, 124, Pederson. Floyd — 179 Pedrick, Alice — 88 Pedrick, Charles— 88 Pelham. Darline — 102. 103 Pellerilo, Lynn — 88, 1 19 Pembroke, Kent — 88. 182, 183, 191 Penna, Elizobeth — 54, 109, 119. 157 Pennington. Carl — 88 Pennington, Glynn — -88 Penrod. Robert — 88 Pepper, Joan — 88, 163 Peratis. Thono — 101 Perez. Pete — 37. 83, 88, 113, 126. 141. 154, 161 Perkins, Charles — 54, 157 Perkins, Avery — 34, 35. 1 15, 152, 153 Peters, Clara— 122, 123, 162 Peterson, David — 88 Peterson. Lynne — 54 Pefrasek, Gail — 88, 157 Pettengill, Wayne — 88 Pharris, Jone — 88 Phelps, Donald — 157, 158 Phil.p, Jeffery — 88 Phillips, Linda — 54 Phipps. Bill — 88 Pike. Waunell — 88. 121 Pirtle, Jock — 54 Pinle, Joe — 54 Pitts, Arnold — 88 Pitts, Harvey — 88 Pizzo, Lucy — 55 Plegel. JoAnn— 71. 88, 1 19. 150. 164 Poiek, Peter — 88 Polte, Paul — 88 Porter. Fredrick — 55 Porter, Lorry — 88, 1 15 Porter. Paul — 88 Posito, Angleo — 88, 150, 163, 207 Posito, Potricio — 150. 163 Potier, Lee Ann — 88 PoHer, Ronnie — 88 Potter, Robert — 88 Potts, James — 88 Powell. Jacqueline — 1 19 Preheim, LeAnne — 55 Prell, Edword— 89 Price, Kay— 89 Proctor, Phyllis — 89. 163 Pryor, Jolene — 89 Pugh. Ronald — 89 Putnam, Bonnie — 55, 196 Quails. David— 89 Quellette, Juanita — 89 Rackett. Betty — 55, 119 Rammer, Pamela — 89, 162 Ramos. Angelina — 89. 157 Ramsey, Gail — 55. 109 Raney. Dwoin — 1 65 Ronsdell. Corolyn — 55, 88 Ransom, Eugene — 89 Rapp, Donald — 89 Rapp. Janme — 89 Ratzlaff, Dale — 89 Rau, Maurice — 55. 141, 144, 146, 160 Roymundo, Robert— 89 Roupe. Donald — 145 Ream, Gary— 89 Reavill, Joe— 89, 188, 190 Reed. Claude— 89 Reed. Dovid — 89 Reed, Raymond— -89 Rees, Sallyanne — 89 Reeves, Roger — 55 Reid, Beverly — 89 ReJd, Ronald— 89 Reita, Robert — 127 Renck. Leslie — 55 Renfro. Betty — 89, 121 Renk, Dennis — 89 Rennie, Kay — 89, 1 17 Repchinuck, Fredreick- — 89 Reveles. Toni — 55 Reyes, Consuelo — 89 Reyes, Mary — 55, 197 Reyes. Raymond — 89 Reynolds, David — 89 Rhee. Jeo — 89. 124 Rice. Cynthia — 90. 119. 157 Rice, Donald — 90 Richardson, David — 187 Ridenhour, Norma — 90 Reigel. Nancy — 56 Rieman, Chuck — 90, 113 Rigsby. William — 90. 157 Rink, Les — 37. 113 Roach. Gary — 90 Roach, Harry — 90 Roork, Kathleen— 90 Roberts, Donn — 56 Roberts. Dottie — 90 Roberts, Robert — 56, 96, 109 119 Robertson, Charles 90 Sobertson, Kathleen — 103, 105 Robertson, Wayne — 90 Robillard, Gerald — 90 Robinson, Nancy — 104 Robinson, Ronold — 56, 112. 176. 177, 179 Robinson, Tommie — 101 Roche, Jock — 90 Roche, Joseph — 90 Rock wood, Bernard — 90 Rodde, Joyce — 90 Rodriguez, Carlos — 90 Rodriguez, Joe— 90 Rodriguez, John — 56 Rodriguez, Madelyn — 90 Rodriguez, Manuel — 90 Rodriguez. Rosi— 56. 196. 197 Roemhild. Eugene — 56 Rosner, Don — 56, 191 Rogers, Ronald — 90 Romero, Mary — 56 Romig, James — 1 94 Ronsko, Jack — 1 13 Roper, Sandy — 36. 90 Rose, Bill — 90 Rosengreen. Lorry — 60, 90 Ross, John — 56. 125 Ross, Lorna — 90, 1 19 Ross, Morilyn — 56 Ross. Shoryn — 56 Roth. Mory — 90, 162 Rottler, Harrielte — 90 Rouch, Robert — 90, 113 Rowe, James — 90 Rowell. Bill — 90. 175 Rowell. Terry — 104 Royer, John — 91 Ruberio, Cynthia — 91 Rubin, Dorryl — 91 Rubio, Lydia— 91 Rubright, Jerry— 177 Rudge, William — 91 Rudman, Richard — 91, 157 Ruhnke, Karen — 91, 157 Runyon, Kot e — 57, 1 19 Russ, Janiece — 91 Russell, Amonda — 91 Russell. Hoi— 57 Russell, Kenneth — 188 Rust, Russell — 91 Rustand, Eunice — 57. 121 Rutz, James — 91 Sockman. Sharon — 91 Solyards, Lola — 91 Sanderson. Karen — 91, 196. 197 Sandoval. Juliana — 57, 123 Sanford, EInora — 138, 157 Sanson, Doris — 101 Sarno, Benny — 91 Saybo. Jerry — 57 Scorlett. Barbara — 91 Schaefer, Anneliese — 91 Schauers. Neil — 126. 154 Scheel. Jeff— 91 Scondors, Ken — 1 76 Schilling. Richard — 91 Schlink. Jerry— 177 Schmeld, Eleanor — 91 Schmidt, Shoron — 91, 196, 197 Schmitz, Erika— 57, 124, 157 Schmitz, Klaus — 91, 124, 157 Schmitz, Roland — 91, 124, 157 Schoeder, Carol — 117 Scholte, Donold — 57, 1 12, 149 Schulef, Wendell — 37 Schultz, Cleone — 91 Sciacca, Anthony — 1 87 Scott, Byron — 91 Scott, Donald — 91 Scott, Gertrude — 91 Scott, Phillip — 91 Seaber, Edward — 91 Seapy, Donald — 91 Sedan, Loola — 92 Seelmeyer, Richard — 84, 92 Seely, Louise — 92 Selfridge, Don — 157 Serfas, Marilyn 92, 121 Self, Lillian — 92 Selover, Kay — 92 Seniceros, Helen — 92 Severson. Ronald — 92 Shadowen, Joan — 92. 162 Shadrick, Norman — 92 Shafer, Michael— 92 Shaffer. Anne — 92 Shaker, Bill— 151 Shaker, William — 92 Sharp, Evelyn — 92, 195, 196, 197 Show. David— 92, 126, 138 Shaw, Dorothy — 57 Shearer, Manan 92. 123, 196 Shelly, Jim— 129 Shellenbarber, Paul — 92 Shemeld, Eleonor— 1 17, 163 Sheck, Marilyn— 92. 157 Sherman, Dwayne — 1 88 Shirk, Joan— 57, 109 Shores. Joyce — 92 Siemer, Louis — 57 Sieveke, Virginia — 92 Sights, John — 52, 92, 184. 185 Sigrist, Margaret — 92 Simart. Harold — 92 Simeon, Fred — 92, 179 Simmons, Carl — 92 Simmons, Meredith — 92 Simon, Sharon — 92 Simpson, Ruth — 92 Sims, Barbara — 92 Singer, Barbara — 1 27 Sipple. Ron— 58, 140, 171, 174. 175 Sitenhof, David — 92 Sitter, Gery — 92 Sitton, Arthur — 175 Skonberg. Earl — 93 Skor. Floyd— 93 Siegers. Dorothy — 93 Slocum, Bert — 93 Sloop, Conrod — 5 8 Smallwood. Terilee — 58 Smart, Jerry — 93 Smart, John — 93 Smethurst, Dan — 93 Smith, Dick — 124 Smtth, Curtis — 125 Smith. Eugene — 93 Smith, Gerald — 177 Smith. Helen— 93 Smith, Janice — 76. 93, 134, 158 Smith. Jennifer — 1 19 Smith, John — 93 Smith. Larry — 93 Smith, Linda— 93. 117, 162 Smith, Michael — 93 Smith, Nalinie— 152, 153 Smith. Robert — 93 Smith, Roger — 93 Smith. Sharon — 93 Smith, Sonia — 93 Smith, Terry — 133 Smith, Thomas — 93 Smith, William — 93 Smithhurst, Dan — 1 13 Smook, Hester — 93 Smoot, Donald — 93 Smyth, Fred — 133 Snodgrass, Richard — 93 Snyder, Walden — 93 Soest, Karen — 93, 106 Soper, Walter — 93 Sorensen, Gerald — 93 Spaeth. Ronnie — 169. 170, 171. 174, 175 Sparkes, James — 93 Speakman. Nancy — 93 Spelvin. George — 139 Spencer, Roger — 93 Spiker, Nan — 93 Staffon, Man — 94 Stalker, Shern— 94. 129. 162 Standing. Gwen — 94 Standridge, Delbert — 43 Stonio. Joan — 94. 106 Starr. Thomas — 94, 179 Slaton, Fred — 94 Starr, Thomas — 94. 179 Stoub. Chofles — 94 Stearns, Cloyton — 94 Stec, Borboro- 58. 118. 119. 134, 157. 160 Steel, Linda— 58, 109, 157, 158 Stellingwerf, Andy — 94 Stellingwerf, Sfon — 170 Stenton. Morsholl— 191 Stephens, Jo — 71 Stephens, William — 34, 94, 126. 138, 139, 155 Stephenson. Jim — 58. 194 Stephenson. Stephen — 37. 94 113, 149, 151 Stevens, Clarice — 94 Stevens, Charlotte — 117, 161 Stewart, Alan — 58 Stewart, Morlyn Stewart, Noncy, 94, 117. 162 Stewart, Patricia — 94 Stewart. Peter — 58 St. Clair. Joanne — 94 St. Geroge, Melissa — 94 Slockwell, Lloyd— 58 Stodart. Beverly — 58, 122, 123 Stokes, Dona — 104 Stonebrook, Loystene — 94 Stoner, Elizabeth — 94 Stooshnoff, Paul — 94 Srorer, Irving — 58 Story, Robert — 94 Slout, Susan — 94, 121 Stovall. Jacqueline — 94 Slowell, Jeanette — 59, 123 Stfock, Harry — 94 Strathman, Tom — 170 Stuart, Rosealie — 207 Stuckel, Troy — 94 Sluewe, Anita — 59, 162 Sugden, Thomas — 94 Sullivan, David — 62, 94, 115, 145 Sundberg, George — 94 Syverson, Cleda — 94 Tancher, Jean — 1 1 9 Tanner, Marie — 36, 94 Tatlock, Elonor — 59 Tavan, Gary — 94, 170 Taylor, Lionne — 95. 119, 162 Taylor, Myrna — 95 Taylor. Richord — 95 Teach, Kay — 104 Teitelboum, Dove — 59 Thoheld, Gretty — 89, 95 Therion, Petal — 104 Thiem, Armand — 95 Thomos, Mock— 95 Thomas, William — 95 Thurmon, La Foye — 88, 95, 157 Tibbets, Lorraine — 95 Tikker. Al— 95 Tippett, Jerry — 95 Tobias, Richard — 95 Tobias, Robert — 188 Tobin, Ronald — 188. 189 Todd, Jane 44. 59, 87, 88, 116, 117, 143, 161 Tolbert, Robert — 95 Tomilinson. Frank — 1 25 Toomey. LoVerne — 95 Torres. Hope— 95 Touchstone. Jerold — 95 Tovar, Lupe — 95 Tower, Lenard — 95. 187 Townsend, Ronald — 95 Trachsel, Beverly — 95 Travis, Marilyn — 95. 162 Tredis, Allen — 101 Tripp, Julia— 95 Trogdon, Sherry — 104 True love, Charles — 59 Truesdole. Coroloe — 95 Tseokri, Amogada — 124 Tucker, Jonice — 95 Tucker, Terry — 95 Tuggy, David — 95 Turman, Dolores — 95 Turner, Donald — 59 Turner, Gail — 101 VanAken. Earl — 95 VanBuskirk, Kenneth — 95 Vandaveer, Hannah — 95 Vanderbilt. Ducan — 95 Vanderpool, Vesta — 96 Vanderzyl, Dennis — 96 VanHorn. William — 96 VonZee. Robert — 96 Varalyay. Sally — 59, 121 Varner, Sandra — 96 Vaughon. Richard — 187 Vedova, Marty — 183, 188 Vestal. Thomas — 96 Vidaure, Daniel — 96 Virgil. Dodie — 118, 119 Virgil, Dolores — 59 Viscetto, Paul — 59 VogI, Charles— 96 Vogel, John— 96 Volz, Marilyn — 96, 157 Vyskocil. Suzanne — 59 Wadsworth, Donno — 96 Wadsworth. Peggy — 1 17 Waldo. Mirian— 59, 117 Walker. Arloa — 96 Walker, Gory — 96 Walker, Jerry — 96 Walker. Linda— 60 Walker, Mildred— 60 Walker. Sharon — 96. 119 Walker, Hugh— 59, 128 Wall. Randell— 96 Wallace, Marion — 96 Wollin, Keith— 96 Walton, Deboroh— 96 Wolton, Eileen — 47, 60, 82, 1 17, 136. 155. 164 Wandell, Frank— 96 Ward, Carole — 96, 121 Ward, Charles — 96 Word, Dennis — 96 Ward, Dorothy — 157 Ward. Helen — 96, 119 Ward, Morgan — 60 Warden, Thomas — 96 Ware, Richard — 60 Ware, Dick — 96 Warner. Betty — 96 Warner. Charles — 96, 175, 188 Warner, Don — 60 Warwick, Dana — 60 Watkmse. Dick — 96 Watkins. Diane — 96 Wotkins. Lois — 96, 164 Wotson. Gerald — 97 Watson, Keith — 97 Watson, James — 97 Watson, Bud — 32. 34. 60, 115 Watson, Valerie — 36, 60, 88, 119, 141, 142 Watson, Mike — 97 Watts, Georgonn — 97 Watts, Lorry — 172 Watts, Lorie — 97 Watts, Tom — 187 Wauson, Beryl — 101 Way, Michael — 97 Woyte, Marcia — 97 Weaver, Gary — 97 Weaver, Lawrence — 97 Wedin, Wayne — 34. 97, 175, 177 Weeks. Ann— 97 Weidmon, Al — 97, 113, 179 Weitz, Marlene — 97, 157 Welch, Carolyn — 97, 123 Wells. Virginia — 97 Wells. William — 97 Welsh. Robert — 97 Wenzel, Ernest — 97 Wentzel, Nancy — 97 Wernick. Barbara — 106 Westerlind, Pete — 171, 174, 175 Westover, Patti — 97 Wettengel, Bill— 55, 97, 153, 154, 155, 205 Wheeler, Donald — 97 Wheeler, Floyd — 97 Wheeler. Frank— 97 Wheeler, Gerald — 97, 150 Whitaker. Richard — 60 White. Glenn- 126, 155 189 White, Nancy — 97, 150 Whitmore, Don — 97, 179 Whithker. Jerry — 97 Wiens, Doreen — 97, 157 Wigginton, Conrod — 98 Whickware. Lawrence — 97 Wilderdyke. Laura — 98, 196 Wildman, Jack — 98 Wildman, Jerry — 98 Wiles, Gary — 176, 177 Wilke, Frances— 60, 61 Williams, Virginia — 98 Willets, George — 98 Willioms. Bruce — 98, 170, 172 Willioms, Jenelle — 98 Williams, Jesse — 60, 115 Williams, Wolton— 98 Willis. Geoffrey— 157. 158 Willmorth. Judith— 98. 196 Wills, Max— 98 Willson. Paul — 98 Willson, Charles— 106 Willson, Thomas — 61 Wilson. Waymon — 106 Winchel, Paul— 98 Winchel, Ray— 98, 113. 187 Wingart, Elizabeth — 61 Winr , James — 98 Winters. Robert — 61 Wise, Judith— 98 Witmond, Violet — 98 Witte, Kay — 98 Wolfe. David— 98 Wolford, Bonnie — 61 Wood. David — 98 Wood, Patricia — 49, 123 Woodruff, Essie — 98 Woods. Dale — 98 Woods, Karen — 98 Woody. Virginia — 98 Worley, Earl— 98 Wright, Patricia— 103, 105 Wylie, Rocky — 61, 179 Wylie, Terry — 98 Yomagata, Tsuneaki — 98 Yonogisawa, Elinor — 98 Yates, Judith— 98 Yborro, Jess — 98 Yellen, Sue — 119 Young, Charlotte — 163 Young, Dennis — 61, 165 Young, Warren — 98 Yurchok, Edward — 6 1 Zeimet, Jerome — 98 Zervantian, Terry — 98 Zeuthen, John — 98 Ziegler, Dale — 98 Zimmerman, Gail — 98, 162 Su an Song As this year comes to an end, many of us will be saying goodbye for the last time . . . ami many will return . . . Within the covers of this book we have tried to preserve for you the events which, have made this year of 1957-58 a truly memorable one. This year there have been many changes in our campus and the students ivho have used it. We may hold fast to familiar faces, activities and places in memory as in the future we turn over the pages of our college year. As editor. I wish to thank my staff for all their efforts and countless hours ivhich they have spent in helping bring this book to you. I tvould like to give a very special thank-you to Mr. Howard Hall, our advisor; for without his patience and never- ending kelp this yearbook ivould not have been possible. I tvould also like to thank Taylor and Conner. Smith-Petty Studios, the Student Commission. S. K. Smith, earbooks Incorporated and all others who have helped bring about the completion of this publication. .And to you, the student or faculty member reading this book, I wish to express my appreciation, for establishing and upholding old traditions and supporting the spirit of FJC. To the future we leave the challenge of carrying on where we left off. and taking these accomplishments on to newer horizons. Dory Minarik Editor |«S»4 ' msyn . ' ' ,» ' " .t , , ■■ .1 Su -i v l% ' : ' ;:i - ,!


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