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Show Hide text for 1969 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1969 volume: “ r mm " - 8? ' - • V. ' W S %) g if i u ' R tORCh 1969 fulleRton junioR college fulleRton, California vvJP t isy m yKm A J Jft V% B i i k v jB» - 89 gflfe ;J It IS the time you iiAve w ste6 on youp pose that nukes youR Rose so impoRtant . . . the LittLe pRince. As there are no divisions in our lives with our living and our growing, there are no divisions in the Torch 1969. We did not attempt to categorize the joys and anxieties, the victories and failures that were part of oui campus life. Rather, we approached the idea of putting all the activities together as one. There is unity in mankind ' s expressed emotions, whether it be in sports, social activities or academic achievements. We took the active campus of Fullerton Junior College, caught its moments of expression, and combined them to present the Student Bodv a reflection of themselves. The Torch Staff. (K) m the moi?€ we study the mope we iscoveR OUR iqnoRAnce . . . sheLLey ' bm £fr d y S honop lies in honest toiL . . . eliot IS no waste of time . . . when you ape as you aRe thepe is no pretense . . . mansiqht have in me hope that man wiLL pALL in Love AQAin . . suLLivan OUR chief wAnt in Life is to find someone who will help us to find oupselves . . . emeRson . 39 ¥Z ft . RAthep to Be heRO than mepely to Appe R one . . . QRACIAn in quietness and peace Beauty is alive . . . unknown ariu.- «j aw « i , 3 .-;- ' § . - i - ■ ' w w . W. Sfc JtS --• afeK. w smiles fRom the channeLs of futuRe te R . . . ByRon in some special way each peRSon completes the umvepse . . rabbi loew the mind hAS thousand eyes, anO the heaRt But one . . . f.w. BOURdlLlOn with these hands one CAn eitheR CReate OR 6estRoy . . . unknown AT HH JHS - iu pjBBCi ■ • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 26 ReqistRation. the key to contentment is patience. Unknown m ▼ BlOOd 6onoRS. no one can come close to anotheR Let Alone Love him without coming close to his suj- ' feRinqs. Unknown kios aRen ' t scaReo of new ideas they ' ll swing at Anything you ' ve got But the Best PARt is you. Catch a fly. you ' Re up. PintAURO 30 e t ch peRson sees the worLo in different way . . . Unknown S : v : ; ' ' ■ :•■:■■■. ' ■;. .•■ ' ■. ' ■ ; ' 33 teirl GxpRession is the ROOt of ALL souls . . . Unknown nun IS A Reluctant BROtheR But he is Also stuping CRGAtURG « no his fRaqiLe moments of MVAReness ARe me suRes of Both his QReAtness and his Limitations. SpetteR 56 e Or. sheLLep the qpeat hope of society is individual chARACteR . . . charming Individual character is certainly one description applicable to Dr. Shelter. This was in evidence from the beginning of his great scholastic career in 1927 when he first came to Fullerton. More important than the impressive facts and records attributed to Dr. Shelter are his great achievements throughout his many years of dedication to Fullerton Junior College. Dr. Shelter showed the light of education to thousands of students and believed that , " the first duty of every man is to act in accordance with his best light, and that his second duty is to sure that his light is not darkness. " Dr. Shelter has been the main factor in the tremendous growth and development of Fullerton Junior College. As a result of his leadership our school has become the number one Junior College in California. Dr. Shelter has inspired a large percentage of Fullerton Junior College students to achieve a higher education. Dr. Sheller acted with his best light and set a torch of guiding enthusiasm to light the paths of many students. Surely, Dr. Shelter ' s light was not that of darkness. •. ■ A.S.B. OfflCGRS john foote . . . ppesident AUn Ransom . . . tReasuReR teRRy childs . . . secRetARy Bill mead . . . vice pResident feEsffeRtumnj student commissioneRs Qinqep sandoval . . . pReshman jc n levin . . . convocations hank Loyo . . . Athletics huqh chRistensen . . . ppeshman judy cully . . . social Activities chRistina pioan . . . communications Renee holcorrm . . . Rallies juoy shepwin . . . pReshman L RRy fRefteRick . . . puBlicity Ai _;; ' 0! ' rv ' ' i Mtt ; , Hk I S 1 Br jO sophomope class officecs sue vincyaRd . . . pResident niARk 6V€R6tt . . . vice pResidcnt jeanette stRickland . . . secRetARy A.m.s. dave BRatt . . . pResident caRl tully . . . vice prcskVih cari qlenn . secRetaRy 60n BOC e . . . tRCASURCR fReshman class opficecs oenms stout . . . pcesident jim covinqton . . . vice pRCSident te.RRy wockenpuss . . . secRetARy ken moRAm . . . tRCASiiReR AAV.S. Linda pRedRickson pResioent m I putuRe homenukeRS putuRe pARmeRS the QReatest secRet to success is pRep RAtion fOR the futuRe. ' jj ? k " 3fe i topch Staff tpue contentment ooes not oepeno on what we have, RAtheR It IS A RCAL even Active VIRtURC not only AfpRmAtive BUt CRCAtlVe . . . Q. k. CoLton ■ h 15 i T Campus Crusaoc £or ChRist ChRistian Science CIub hoRnet ChRistun fellowship newnun CIub Somehow, I am necessARy fOR Qoo ' s puRpose . . . ]ohn henRy newrrun u. f -2 " r- x Ov police. Science PREVENT THEFT LOCK YOUR CAR i JsA ■m W I 4l w r m ; 0I „c talk change. Others cause it. (L - i ... • ? HUMPH vets ClUB young OemocRAts cmcLe k Radio cLub Womans AthLetic Association =x,% Tf i ' - J r we CRCAtC A WORl whecem science and cultuRe co-exist . sepARAte But equAl. cosmetology CLUB Beauty is in the eyes of the BehoLOeR . . . i » 65 technical, education ClUB 6 ■?. : MteWfc on with the dance! Let joy Be unconfm ' C) . . . ByRon V 69 ■ hoRnet Staff Ml6 J.A.J. C. wm J ' ?tiS1 If ■ . IB ' PRi6e qoeth Befoce 6estRuction . . . PROY6RBS XVI 18 JoyTWTHE ■k i ■ft v- H - ' BB fl BB • BH S fa S BHl HMH ISC SBHSSHLBh - — «■■«■■ " | » JB Bh _ j f iffBi " c tfKLifiB ' 74 out of loneliness 1 will fashion A song AllO when i find someone who can heAR my sonq we will sing toqetheR . . . sullivAn eolleqe houR josh white, jr. john qoooaro I -. If Sfet» Y homecoming A man towels the VORlC OV6R in seaRch of what he needs An6 RetuRns home to pind it . . . qeoRqe mooRe tXil U I ceLeBRate myseLf i sing myseLf . . . whitman college houR genesis geoRge shaRp i WheelchaiR BasketBalL the BRc ve nun CARV6S out his own foRtune. miquel 6e CeRvantes M ' ; technical education Week ' i ' ' :.;. 5 ■ I $$ W SL. flHSttL A KlIk m Wm « V si m • •• chmstrrus foRnul peace on eaRth, goodwill to men . . . n ' , ' •. . ' .. •. ' •■ ' . ' . ' . ; ■ ' . .■•. ' , ' . ■■ ' _ ' . ' . . ' , ' , ' j . ' : ' , pi WmB Mfii Bk H 1 XflflJK y s ■•■■ ' .r-»v;-.,.. V i ) 8B| H H H HflHHlf College houR 6r. Rich RO huoson expResses poems pRom RoBeRt BROwninq. • . m the pLw ' s the thing . . . shakespe Re mini Skim Contest Queen Sue Schneioep ™ Mr?i " r flt 9 1 %+s i -j| I H 1 c- Wp. ,™ ' V 1 7 • Behold the Bpand of Beauty tossed! see how the motion Ooes C)iL te the flame! noon 6ance man fOR All Seasons it is only with the heaRt that one can see Riqhtly, what is essential is invisiBle to the eye. Little pRince 96 BaskctBaLl SpRinq Awards Co ch " moe " RAdovich • - • • Life Science field tRlp © IM intepmuRcU SpoRts Swift, shARp, the Body conditions to expand Room fOR the mino. m ' expRession of nun comes fRom his oesme to cpeate. Unknown ;t5B fOOtBALL 68 ' coach sheRBeck . . difficulties ARe things that show what men AR6 . . . epicetus 1 1 :-■ 10- r 4 f : k in jfc •V» -. » theRe is nothing so stRonq AS gentleness . . . nothing so gentle as ReAl stRength . . . unknown 1 MINUTES 0-1 mi 1 —m r R [ l iBmi " El loom nimannE 4 N4 m v 113 I 14 115 • homecoming . that WAS the week that was . . . 6n. shelter? . . . vintage ' 27 It WAS vepy good yeap. The night was filled with excitement, anxiety, awe, and beauty as all awaited the announcement of the Queen. With breaths held, the court was named: Sophomore Princesses Elizabeth Arcynski and Linda Spiers. Freshman Princesses Marilyn Gilliam and Kathy McLaughlin. Then at last they crowned lovely Sue Steiger Queen. After the announcing of the court Dr. Sheller was crowned King. The F.J.C. band and Drill Team joined together in a marching routine to pay tribute to his 41 years of service to Fullerton Junior College. - ' if srVWV ? f 118 ' Sfl ' fc ' v r : - ' a man can Be nun no matter whepe he finds himself . . . L whepe is the nun whose hands can encompass what his heapt can quess . . . thieke It IS only Wc teR that will nuke you whole AS it IS whole, cle R AS it is . . . mooRe AfOOt anC LiQht-heaRted 1 take to the open roaC . . . wait whitman cross countRy FULLERTON 24 MT. SAN ANTONIO 64 FULLERTON 24 GOLDEN WEST 44 FULLERTON 15 RIO HONDO 50 FULLERTON 15 SAN BERNARDINO 48 FULLERTON 20 PALOMAR 87 FULLERTON 20 CHAFFEY 94 FULLERTON 20 ORANGE COAST 39 FULLERTON 25 CITRUS 40 FULLERTON 25 RIVERSIDE 67 FULLERTON 8th MSAC INV. 67 FULLERTON 3rd SAN DIEGO INV. 67 FULLERTON 20 UCLA FROSH 36 FULLERTON 28 MT. SAN ANTONIO 27 CONFERENCE STANDING 3rd EASTERN CONFERENCE COACH ROBERT WARD 10 WON 1 LOST ft I Cmeam the dpeam of all the othep dneMnens i am Cunce . . . 1 Am the evepUughmq . . . whitman 7 J4 ( I 0X j P " ' « - youth, L RQe, lusty, Lovinq- vouth pull of QRace, fopce, fascination . . . waLt whitman the cpedit Belongs to the nun who knows QReat enthusiasm, Qpeat devotion An6 spends himself in woRthy cause . . . theodoRe RooseveLt. I • ■ . . . And seem to w Lk on winqs c n6 tRe C) in the cMR . . . ALexandeR pope L o Captain! my Captain! OUR peaRpul tRIp is cone, if it. wecen ' t fOR pasadcna we ' d Be numB6R onel 146 tRack On put Road he moves, thinly clothed, he Leans fORWARO as he Runs, with LiQhtly dosed fists and aRms paRtially Rais ' d . . . WaLt Whitman the weLl-tRain ' d Runnec, is Lean and sinewy with muscuUR legs . . . WAlt Whitnun the gymnast-, sleek, agile, and QRACefUl, he qLioes into evecy movement tennis - : . £ y ■H ■n 1 u . ' S muscLe and pLuck fopevep! Walt Whitman ' • kl . .. • . fill Ax BaseBc U 69 ' I5 5 158 M IS the Athletic At the WORSt, if he pails, At LeAst pails while oaRinq QReAtly, so that his pUce ShAll neveR Be with those colo An 6 timio souls . . . theoooce Roosevelt ■ • In the midst of wmtGR I pmaLLy Leapneo that rhe Re was in mean mvinciBle summeR. ALBeRt Camus Tlie 1969 Torch took the campus of Fullerton Junior College and caught its every expression and mood. The importance of events are told by the faces of the people involved. It was in the middle of the hardest times in finishing our book that the staff always found the invincible summer. I d like to thank these people for doing a fine job. The Torch Staff was composed of the following people: Rebecca Anthony Mary Baird Bob Beaver Rodger Burgin Jeanine Campion Wayne Cosman James Covington Ted Devilbiss Peggy Fletcher William Galey Sharon Gibbs Nyna Gonzales James Graves Stuart Haynie Beverly Hubbard Iris Hyman David Rirby Jan Levin Mary Mclnerny John Modgling Pat Moretta Arthur Otremba Pamula Patton Daniel Prestby Marcia Roberts Judith Sherwin Linda Swenson Marilyn Will Robert McClurg Clover Jones 160 J 7 WWf P SCHEi PlSCHEL YEARBOOKS t bE lP ”
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