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In selecting periodicals as a theme for this Annual, the staff
may take satisfaction in the realization that the Pleiades is the
publication which the students of Fullerton Union High School
have awaited with great anticipation for these many months.
As these pages are perused, may they revive memories of lessons
well learned, of worthfwhile activities enjoyed and of lasting
friendships made during 19474948 on the campus.
It has been a joy to work with the. cover girls pictured on the
following pages. The American Girl of Seventeen on our
campus has more Glamour. She is an intelligent Mademoiselle
of character, and with a Variety of interests. Her Scholastic
work and lxer extracurricular activities are training her for a
career and for that House Beautiful of her dreams.
My thanks to her for her neverffailing cooperation throughout
Dean of Girls
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"Aloha" to each and every senior and may l send you on your
way by wishing you luck and may your journey on through
life be a fruitful one. You have just completed another very
important lap of this journey and with new experiences and
new friendships gained during the last four years you should
be prepared to make greater contributions to society.
The year just passed has been a very fine one and could not
have become a reality except for the cooperation of every
student in F.U.H.S. The "willftofwin" spirit of our athletic
teams, the diligent efforts of student leaders, the willingness
of the majority of students to serve, the enthusiastic participaf
tion in school activities and student loyalty are a few of the
things which made. this year so memorable.
The experiences gained at F.U.H.S. should prepare you to take
your place as a worthy citizen in your community and, in turn,
of this great nation of ours. We must prepare ourselves to the
best of our ability to meet the challenges of an ever changing com-
I wish to thank every student of F.U.H.S. for the part he
has played in making the school year a most enjoyable and
fruitful one and ask that those students returning next year
keep up the fine spirit and good work to assure that future
years will be just as great or greater.
Best of luck,
DLJN.-XLD C. CRUICKSHANK,
Dean of Boys.”