Fullerton Union High School - Pleiades Yearbook (Fullerton, CA)

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§i B 9 3 V ?V } w F V P ! (X Y K r °l ■A V r s4 «J a i i r f , A te ' iSU KT J r. nJJ ' W r H ' j A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION b jM IS ( Zhis is a production of the California yearbook Quild -Kenneth C Stevener Z T " 9 S An annual publication of the Miction Union Migh School Miction, California i v 4 A rt ftunn mm 1 B • Jmmoria m Zkis Uook Js Dedicated to Iff OH the Students I Fight! Fight! Fight! ye n in red and white V " y f ' t ' " •v. ' l We join parents and friends in extending congratulations to the senior Indians whose graduation this June writes " Well Done " after four years of important living. We are proud to have known this graduating class and those which will all too soon follow it. Our campus has been better for your presence. We hope you will carry qualities of leader- ship, friendliness, hope, faith and " will to win " into all your activities. Come back and see us often, for we value vour friendship and need your continuing support. Good luck- to you! T. Stanley Warburton Superintendent 19 Principal Five vears ago our Annual was dedicated to the spirit which has guided our school through the vearf Here are the words of the 1945 Annual Staff " We dedicate this book to Tspitit of fnendliness, work, optimism, cooperation, thankfulness and ga.ety: the spirit ° f ut h S this description and add the will to win, the dete ina- aon I democracy wofk and the possession of an abiding faith. Ho- u define it our school sp.rit has been a powerful influence for good both on and off our campus To this spirit thev dedicated an Annual. To this spirit may we dedicate our l.ves. Glenn H. Lewis 20 Board of Zrustees Harold Lang, Clerk Edumond H. Salter Ralph C. Shook Robert Borden Because most of our activities are subject to the approval of the Board, we extend many thanks to them for our social privileges and athletic opportunities. Ross N. Hodson, President 21 Councilors Mr. John Mann, Mrs. Margaret Riutcel, Mi. Paul Pagel. Dan Henry Business Manager Don Bradford Financial Accountant ' Roberr Kill Attendance Officer 24 Mi . Kcssler Librarian Mrs. Campbell Textbook Clerk Miss Pierce Study Hall Mr. Potrer Plant Supt. Mr. Schuepbach Cafeteria Mgr. Mrs. Ball Girls ' Locker Room Attendant Mrs. Erdman Cirli ' Rest Room Attendant 25 Mr. Arrhambeault Mr. Brittain Mrs Carter Mr. Barton Mrs. Brunskill Mr. Corbett Mr. Baumuardner Mr. Bull.s Miss Culcra Mr Blankcnship Mr Burnham Mr. Dawson Mr Bonar Mr. Burt Miss Dryer r.F ig faculty 26 Mr. Forte Mrs. French Miss Helm Mrs. Foulger Miss Gerritt Mrs. Hunley faculty Miss Hunter Mis Kelly Mr. Jones Mr Kill 17 Miss Klahn Miss LinJe Miss Logan Mrs. Long Mr. Mann Mr Marsden Mr. Marrin Mis, Miller Mr. Moore Mrs Murray Mr. Myers Mr. Nelson faculty ' ' ¥ ,. -o Mr. Lunsford Miss Moody Miss Newton 28 Pagel Mr. Paul Mr. Phelps Porter Mr. Pray Mrs. Randall Rawson Mr. Redfern Mr. Reid Jaeulty Miss Rimpau Mrs. Scott Mrs. Riutcel Mr. Shipman 29 (I xW Miss A. D. Smith Miss B. M. Smith Mr. J. R Smith Mr K. S. Smith Miss Spalding Mr. Spauldinj; Mrs. Spears Mrs. Spelts Mr. Sproul Mr. Stitt Mr. Strange Mr. Sumner Miss Swoffer Mrs. Takesian Miss Turner faculty 30 Student )S Officers .lim Knighr Vice-PresiJent Barbara Loverine Social Chairman Helga Schugr Secretary 31 Executive ftoard Stanley Chapman, President: Jim Knight, Vice-President; Helga Schugt, Secretary; Barbara Lovering, Social Chairman; Don Greenfield, Boys ' League President; Carol Vandenburg. Girls ' League President; Don Hedricks, Boys ' Athletic Manager; Gail GifTord, Girls ' Athletic Manager; Ray Corcoran, Annual Editor; Ann Walker, Weekly Pleiades Editor. I 32 Student Court lustices: Ben Commings, Charm Cavaghan, Jack King, lohn Murray, Walter Parks, Donna Sillisen. Marjorie Wallace. Walter Parks Chit I Justict Charm Cavanglian Clerk Mary Stanley St cretuv Ronald Leslie Thompson president Pro-tem Student Congress Tom Carrwright, Peggy Coffman, Bahs Drew, Del- hert Elliott, Harlan Enckson, Dick Foster, Mary Sue Gray, Larry Kraemer, John Kroeger,- Patsy Kroeger, Gilbert Lang, Barbara Quist, Patti Quist, Helen Salter, Jane Slobohm, Bob Spears, Tom Spencer, Noreen Stein, Janice Strickland, Bart Stryker, Gwen Thompson, Ronald Louis Thompson, Ronald Leslie Thompson, Barbara Van Blair, Carol Weaver, Mary Stanley. 33 noSmopH L. " 2. r r : LoV w £ Gilbert Lang, Valedictorian Seniors x °f. ' " V. Striving for character, knowledge, and good times, the Seniors in four years have intensified and greatly contributed to school spirit. The successful . Freshman class play set up a criterion of tops ' in performance in a series of sensational productions: the never-to-be forgotten minstrel show in the Sophomore year, the Junior talent show which surprised the entire student body, and, of course, the wonderful Senior class play. George Washington Slept Hen. Though sorry to leave friends and Fullerton. they are sure the years ahead will hold many interesting experiences. 4d .arry O ' Hanlon, V. President Barbara Van Blair, Secretary John Kroeger, Treasurer • • 1 • s V ' ' K S I y % f L « = ■ " ;■ f 1 V ' Sbi t J wW A ; ts s jaMPffiR Hfo 0fm % N .. . Hi i Hi n «%« X , ; i juniors The juniors have shown their ability to work hard and have accepted their jobs of leadership with a will to work. Two hundred sixty strong, the juniors, appearing in sharp-looking sweaters of pearl gray and red, proved themselves clever and ambitious. Their formal prom to the seniors was indeed a night to be remembered, and in disguise as " Oakies " and " Debutantes ' they came forth with an excellent junior play. 1%. Harlan Erickson, V. President Pat Kroeger, Treasurer Jane Slobohm, Secretary % r v ' . n V " y • ■ . V 0, ° »° » v „• Sophomores " r Industrious, ambitious, and strong school spirit .ill describe the Sophomores. Last year they first displayed the class will to succeed by u inning the Sweepstakes in the Po Wow Parade. The Sophomore party tor the scrubs continued the Fullerton tradition of excellence and pro ed their class capable of accepting the problems of future years to come. - % $ • ? Tom Cartwright, V. President Helen Salter, Secretary Carol Weaver, Treasurer 1 9e %»« e „ ■ , v r Well, at least m not up a creek. " 2. Red revolt against rot regime? 3. " I lost my head, but eureka! " 4. " Men may come and men may go, but 5. " Charmed, I ' m sure. " 6. A scene from " Tobacco Road? " 7. Is that Sabu? 8. A form of primitive worship? 9. " Never cultivate a soft shoulder, son. " 10. Sunset League Champion — pole vault. 1 1. People, Prexy, and Pulchritude. 12. Attorney Burt presents his witnesses to the jury. 13. Einstein, contemplating relativity? 14. Strange as it seems, this picture made history. ■ " " f Jresknten e » Taking a very active part in school affairs, the three hundred- fifty Freshmen show the ability to work together. Outstanding among their activities is the unusually good attendance of and participation in class meetings. This chance to develop organizational abilities was put to good use as the successful class party illustrates. From the excellent spirit they displayed throughout the entire year, it is evident that this class is one of the most enthusiastic Freshmen groups ever to be on campus. e »t •V i ' er U ' " t-i " dc Danny Myers, V. President Barbara Marsh, Secretary Patti Quist, Treasurer c • .• Q . r ..- ' » r • -.. ' V . ¥ I A -j r - O r « ' e r € o r ' 4 « " r ? %. ' ■ o © V r d r 1. " Well, at least I ' m not pigeon-toed! ' ' 2. Is that you, Joe? " " Snow good, ot is it? " 4. If Schopenhauer said women are the second sex. let ' s all take seconds. 5. " So I sez to him . . 6. Mother warned me about times like this. " 7. " Curses! Foiled again. ' 8. " Sorry. Bluebeard had nine 9. " Well, 111 give it some serious thought. " • 10. Life is a constant challenge. 1 1. Lay on McDuff and . . . " ■was m - r % Key Club yle Duggins, Treasurer; Harlan Erickson, Secretary Ronald Thompson, Vice-President 83 Qirls ' Ceague Carol Vandenberg, President. Left to right: Bobbi Quist, Treasurer; Gwen Thompson, Secretary; Mary Sue Gray, Vice-Presi- dent; Carol Vandenberg, President. Miss Turner, Advisor. 84 Left to right: Representatives Marnie Barker, Lowell; Diane Duffy, Orangetborpe; Sally Ran- dall, Tullerton; Janice Lana, La Habra; Ann Garner, Yorba Linda; Betty Sutton, Buena Park. Boys ' Ceague imm : it — - jm Don Greenfield, President. Left to right: Don Greenfield, President ; Gilbert Lang, Vice-President ; Bob Spears, Secretary} Bob Montague, Treasurer. t r; Mr. Cruickshank, Advisor 85 t " " " " " " " tarn Ray Corcoran, Editor-in-chief A mi u it I Staff Mr. Paul, Adl isor. Ann Garner, Assistant Editor D I Mary Erickson, Administration Editor Babs Drew, Gir s ' Sports Editor. Pleiades jn, Publicity _ang, Bo s ' Editor. Mary Sue Gray, Cltiss Editor. 9 Noreen Stein, Advertising Editor. Nancy Hancock, Organizations Editor. + Gwen Thompson, Art Editor. Pinkie Jones, Activities Editor. Jo Weber, Business Manager jiarbara Van Blair, Cop Editor. Weekly Pleiades Ann Walker, Editor. in-cbief. ,Kr — 88 staff.. §r c r (X. d$t ju J J J x " U , JAW, ' A t • ( 3, 4 4 Mr. Paul, Advisor. Qb Back row: Bob Mitchell, Boys ' Sports Editor; Carol Stosch, Exchange Editor; Bart Stryker, Boys ' Sports Editor. Front row: Jane Slobohm, Girls ' Sports Editor; Peggy Coffman, Exchange Editor. Don Hedrick, Advertising Editor; Don McCoy, Assistant Advertising Editor; FJsanor Mae», Business Manager. 89 Ann Brunskill, Freshman Pres- ident; Ann Moore, Sophomore President. ■ V ZeeHs Feme Terrell, Junior Presi dent; Ruby Spencer, Senior President . Top to bottom: Joan Knutson. President ; Colleen Baker, Vice-President; Mary Erick- son. Secretary; Janet Fujino, Treasurer. Left to right: Mrs. Kelly, Senior Adtisor; Miss Turner. Chief Advisor; Misi Carter. ¥ manual Adtisor. Left to right: Miss Smith, Freshman Adtisor; Mrs. Riutcel. Sophomore Adtisor; Miss Hunter. Junior Adtisor. 90 Cibrary Club to bottom: Margie Rayburn. Pr ?ii- Jean Biers, Vice-President ; Dor- Stone, Secretary ; Mrs. Kessler. %ig 7 to bottom : Joyce Packard, Presi- ; Betty Jo Fri, Secretary ; Joan tit, Treasurer ; Misj SwotJer. Adviser. Hhk luH Dress Uoard Vera Berlin, Co-Chair man ; Miss Turner, Advisory Betty Jo Fri, Co-Chair man. Left to right: Stella Avaloz, Sandra Carter, Vera Berlin, Betty Jo Fri, Eleanor Maes, Nancy Morris, Stella Rich. Mr. Pray, Adt isor. Sport Casters Stage Crew Mr. Muchow and Mr. Archambeault. Bob Hemmerling, Larry O ' Hanlon, Ben Cummings. 92 Ked Cross Mary Stanley, President; Mrs. Takesian, Advisor. Left to right: Sebastian Mor- eno, President ; Cuca Moreno, Treasurer ; Albert Gomez. V ice-President ; Mrs. Kelly. Advisor. Spanish Club II ' J Jt Catin Club Mft i Mm i mk I 94 Left to right: Joan Campbell, Secretary; Bill Garver, Sergeant at Arms; Ronald Louis Thompson, President ; Gwen Spohn, Vice-Vresident. Left to ri K ht: Al Bell, Sophomore President; X ' .li- ter Redpath, junior President; Ronnie Thompson, Sem„r President; Bob Fehlman, Senior Wiee-Presi- dent; Dick Krull, Senior Secretary; Don Hodjon, Freshman President. Mr. Kill, Mr. Brittain, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Moore, Advisors. ootlighters Left to right: Harlan Erick- sofl, Vice-President ; Noreen Stein, President; Joan Blum. Secretary; Janice Olson, Treas- urer. Zeen Zoppers Commerce dub Left to right: Janice Strickland, Presi- dent; Marilyn Strickland, Vice-Presi- dent; Ellen Nelson, Secretary; Frances Strickland, Treasurer. Left to right: Betty Young, President; Dutchey Copeland, Vice-President ; Bar- bara Ward, Secretary; Carol Stosch. Program Chairman ; Don Bray, Treas- urer. A Vfo BuHsen burners Mottle Makers r Tt Left to right: Tom Spencer, President ; Charlotte Wilson, Vice-President; John Counts, Secretary; Doris Grant, Treas- urer. Back row: Wilma Blackburn, Parlia- mentarian; Eleanor Gallick, Treasurer; Pat Neu, President. Front row: Nanna Young, Reporter; Leviona Miller, Vice-. President. Left to right: Don Piantoni, Reporter; Charles Bates, Secretary ; Herman Fischer, Sentinel; Roy Rosedale, Presi- dent; Glenn Bell, Vice-President ; John Paige, Treasurer. Juture farmers Mr. Fredericks and Mr. Stitt, Advisors. ■ ■■» " . ' mM 98 Back row: Dan Heil, Gilbert Lang, Ronnie Thompson, John Kroeger, Bob Pedigo, Larry O ' Hanlon. Front row: Barbara Van Blair, Ann Walker, Gwen Thompson, Helga Schugt. C. S. £ Sea Bearers Left to right: Pat Kroeger, Vice-President ; Gilbert Lang, President ; Joyce Packard, Secretary; Bob Pedigo, Treasurer. Mrs. French, Advisor. Pleiads 99 Q iris ' Chorus J 100 0irls ' Ckorus J J A Cap pel la 101 Girls ' Ensemble 102 Orchestra 103 rt t 1 ftand Organist 144 Watriorette Majorettes . U J i ? rf j K aA trusts Hj i 1 iA ll2 i - Ui j »£ ? f ' 114 Peggy Hart Momecoming Our luscious queen Beverly Corcoran Rose Lev«rich Jeanne XCesterhold Carol Vandenberg 1 $£ ' (! V We All 0o This is the day of days when all Fullihi turns out and just plain ol ' celebrates. The parade, the brawl, the carnival, the dance, and the spirit, all help to put over this Fullerton High School Pow Wow. •• V Our King Senior One of the most delightful Senior plays ever to be pre- sented on the F. U. H. S. stage was a three-act comedy, " George Washington Slept Here. " A supe rb cast, good act- ing difficult and interesting stage effects, plus a hilarious story all went toward making it the laugh-hit that it was. Under the inspired direction of George Archambeault, it was every bit the hit in Fullerton that it was on Broadway. Wm . i Play CAST Mr. Kimber Robert Laird Newton Fuller . Robert Pedigo Annabelle Fullo Pat RUey Madge Fuller Bobbie Lovenng Steve Eldndge John Kroeger Katie Sue Clum Mrs. Douglas Joan Knutsen Rena Leslie Bobbie Quist Clayton Evans Don McCoy Hester Jean Viers Raymond Ronald Thompson Mr. Prescott Walter Parks Uncle Stanley Stanley Chapman Sue Barnngton Viola Moomaw Leggett Frazer Garth Reece Tommy Hughes . _ Gilbert Lang Miss Wilcox . Joyce Packard Jrosk -Soph Square ' Dance Junior Zalent Show 125 211H 5 mm 7 mw «»-«nw 0: ' • ' " ' " ' St ' " ! ' « ' ■ ' ' ■ ' -■■.■■■vyh.:,- •;►--, .■ -V.. ' . ' • ' . ' - ' . -. ' •; " . r ; ' ' ' ' : ' ' " - ' ' ; ' ' . " ' " ' " " ' ' v — «»» . " . . . ■ f ' , ' - tt J y-i;,: : •- -• i - " . i , " Undefeated in league plav again this season, the Varsity became Champions tor the third year in a row ' They played their greatest game before 10.000 w.ldly-cheering fans by defeating Newport 42-27. Each member of the team played exceptional ball that ni ht. Next week the Braves dealt Santa Ana one of the worst defeats in its history But Mark Keppel rode high to eliminate the Indians in C. I. F. quarter- finals Coaches Dick Spaulding and Bud Dawson did a tine job molding one of the hardest-hut.ng teams ,n F. U. H. S. history. Team captains. B.ll Foster and Herb Tanner; were standouts in all games. Both were picked on All-Sunset League teams, together with Don Vaughn. Duane Pennington, Don Hudson. Don Greenfield, and Jack King. Jack was voted most valuable man for his tine signal- calling and constant inspiration. Bart Stryker received All-Sunset honorable mention. Coaches: Dawson, Spaulding. M -X! - . V Co-captains: Tanner, Foster. Squad: D. Wells, R. Beam, L. Ellis, H. Fisher, F. Snyder, J. Owens, J. Raisbeck, R. Reilly, G. Lang, J. Mansfield, D. Goldsmith, D. McCoy, D. Price, G. Falcon, G. Hacker, D. Wood, L. Ingraham, R. Tallant, A. Stevens, B. Bonsey, R. Holguin, R. Glendmning, E. Boyd, J. Bovd, J. Beal, J. King, D. Vaughn, A. Frown, A. Frownfeltcr, D. Duggins, D. Greenfield, B. Foster, H. Tanner, D. Hudson, D. Pennington, B. Stryker, R. Smith. Managers: D. Riffle, L. Cate. Coaches: Dick Spalding and Bud Dawson. Co-captains: Herb Tanner and Bill Foster. 1 ullcrton 1 Montcbcllo f ) ullcrton 7 Whit tier 14 r ullcrton 26 Huntington Beach 1 3 r ullcrton i : Oranijc r ullcrton 34 Las Vegas 7 r ullcrton 42 New port Harbor 27 p ullcrton 53 Santa Ana r ullcrton 1 ) Dottticy 1 3 r ullcrton 32 Anaheim I ullcrton 7 Mark Keppel 27 ■ Z ' - Don Vaughn Don was also an All-C.I.F.,second string choice at guard position. Even while playing with his hand in a cast during part of the season. Don al- ways stopped more than his share of opponents ' running plays. iJP Bill Foster Bill earned the distinction of being first four-year letterman in twenty years of football. 140 Herb gained All-CI.F.. second- string honors for outstanding ability in clearing tlie way for our ball- packers and in stopping opposition play. ■■f ■ - jL — »■- » . -» « " » ' » " - ' Ir ft 1 -f -on m ar jjfiii ? ■W» -a V4 4 Duane Pennington Bob Ferguson ' s school record, for total yardage gained, was broken by Duane this year.- 141 k 142 w tecs c ,be s •p» ant .° n o be 1 ' , b ' l " 5 ' ££ yi 5. s« a fte CXOV A V- c- Co " c V. Many of the teams wh.ch the Bees met this year were fit to be tied by the time Coaches Lloyd Martins and Fred Barton ' s scrappy team was through with them. In their best showing, they tied the Anaheim Champions and were on the Colonists ' four-yard hne when game ended. Co-captains, Joe Rodriguez and Bob Schade were outstanding both on offense and defense. J w - c " " ' H ' ° I 144 The Cees, under Coach Phelps, started slowly but finished strong, with two consecu- tive victories. Gary Johnson and Wes Reed captained the lightweights. Varsity basketball Bud Dawson ' s Varsity basketball team finished third in league play. Showing best form in the Hunting- ton Beach tournament, the Indians received runner-up honors. Bob Staggs set a new school record of 267 points for one season and was an all-league selection. This year ' s team was captained by Chuck Myers, always reliable at guard position. 145 Top Row: A. Stephens. J. K.ng, H. Tanner, Coach Dawson. Third Row: G. Hacker, J. Owens, D. GottbmuJv. B. Bohannon. Second Row: C. Myers, J. Boyd. D. Pennington, B. Staggs. ■mvn u flees Leon Owens was high point man on this year ' s Bee team, and team captain. Although not winning all their games, the Bees gave some of the strongest league teams a tough game, only to lose by just a few points. Phelps coached this group. League Fullerton 2 1 Fullerton 5 2 Fullerton 28 Fullerton 44 Fullerton . 36 Fullerton 34 Fullerton 29 Fullerton . 46 Fullerton 48 Fullerton 38 Fullerton 21 Fullerton -.- 3 3 Huntington Beach 34 Orange 40 Newport . 5 3 Santa Ana 36 Downey . 24 Anaheim 41 Huntington Beach 3 2 Orange 30 Newport 46 Santa Ana 39 Anaheim 40 Downey 34 TOP ROW: Coach Phelps, G. Fudge, B. Ozias, G. Rosen, J. Bowl.ng, D. Foster, C Kymla. SECOND ROW: L. Berry, B. Green, L. Kramer, C. Armstrong, S. McGaughy, G. Cook. THIRD ROW: A. Schade, L. Owens, A. Boyd, R. Nelson, R. Egertson. TOP ROW: Coach Barton, G. Meiger, M. Hoover, J. Woods, G. Crooks, J. Pen- nington, D. Proud, L. Trujillo. SECOND ROW: R. Carpenter, F. Smart, M. Marquette, A. Elliot, R. Field, J. Dutton. FIRST ROW: R. Moreno, B. Walker. J. Drott, B. Peckham, R. Thayer, C. Girard. The Cees. led by Captain Don Kraemer, won 11 games and lost 12. Coach Barton ' s boys wound up fourth in league standing. f 1M Barton ' s lightest-weights ended league play in fifth place. During the season they gained 1 1 victories to 8 losses. John Drott was captain. 2) ccs TOP ROW: Coach Barton, J. McDougall, D. Hand, G. Cr.lly, D. Reynold., B Woods R Glenn. SECOND ROW: G. Potter, M. McKnight, W. Shulte, J. Arnold, B. Calkins, D. Doss. FIRST ROW: G. Johnson, S. Morr.s, D. Kraemer, B. Moore, C. Ledbetter. ue Crosscountry Fullcrcon had » cross country (tarn for the first time in its history this ye.ir. This team lias helped de elop many distance stars such as Joe Molino and Norman Carl. Fred Barton coached the hard-working group. " " ' ■ ' V 1 TOP ROW: J. Molino, N. Carl, P. Dunlap, G. Reece, D. Fehlman. FIRST ROW: M. McCandless, W. Hoefler, A. Fer- nandez, G. Portwood, R. Thayer. - fc JF 149 to - " i ' r " • Varsity Water Polo TOP ROW: R. Montague, E. Chapman. SECOND ROW: D. Treziie, J. Kroeger, H. Putman. FIRST ROW. W. Parki, V. Trezije, B. Spcarj. 0 The Indian water polo team closed a successful season with a record of eight wins and two losses, placing third in C. I. F. competition. Only forty-five minutes of practice a day, and other unfavorable circumstances, handicapped the team con- siderably. Two defeats, at the hands of Whittier and El Segundo, resulted by the margin of only one point in each case. Walter Parks and Vernon Trezise were co-captains, and Dick Erman was elected most valu- able man. TOP ROW: Stevens, R. Garner, Coach Lunsford. THIRD ROW: R. Thompson, W. Caplinger, J. Putman, B. Spalm, D. Torsgren, J. Broyles, B. Proud, D. Graham. SECOND ROW: A. Stone, Solomon Virgil. FIRST ROW: R. Williams, B. Norris, J. Kimber. The Bee water polo team was the " upset " team of the C. I. F. confer ence. Wins were scored over highly-favored Inglewood and Downey to earn them this distinction. Captain Jerry Put- man and Dean Fersgren, most valuable man, played excellent games to lead the Bee attack. I Cees The Cee water polo team started out slowly but generated drive through the season to upset many favored teams. Many spirited players on this team will provide excellent Varsity material for two or three years to come. TOP ROW: L. Hardy, G. Sagen, J. Calden. SECOND ROW: K. Hansen, W. Hebert, T. Lombard, G. Rockwell, G. Thayer, L. Gilmore, D. Richards. FIRST ROW: R. Thayer, C. Chambers. M v m m - - Varsity m r Although the Varsity swimming team lost many of its outstanding men List year, they were, at press time, favored again to take the Sunset League championship Mainstays of the team included Bob Spears. Dick Erman, Bob Montague, and Peter Lae. Bee star of last year. Swimming -m- y • %. . TOP ROW: Coach Phelps, P. Lae, E. Chapman. SECON1 ROW: B. Spears, D. Erman, D. Trezise, H. Putman, 1 Montague, W. Parks. r s 5 S TOP ROW: J. Broyles, D. Thayer, A. Van Beenan, R. Wil- liams, Coach Phelps, R. Kilgare. SECOND ROW: W. Caplinger, J. Putman, C. Chambers, D. Graham, D. Tors- gren. FIRST ROW: S. Omen Virgil. With the biggest Bee squad in several years. Coach Phelps made every effort to lead his crew to the Sunset League championship. Out- standing were such Sophomores as Jerry Put- man, Charlie Chambers and Jim Broyles. This squad was perhaps the best of the three, and big things are expected of them in the future. Cecs TOP ROW: C. Coyce, C. Proud, J. Erskine, Coach Phelps. SECOND ROW: G. Thayer, B. Hebert, G. Rockwell, J. Gunn. FIRST ROW: G. Mimis, G. Hartzill. 9 (ill scow. Although having only a few returning let- termen, the Indian Cees were one of the teams to reckon with in the league. Cee competition was tough this year, but Fullerton made a commendable effort - 153 Var m H Fullerton again had a good track team! The Braves will be powerful for several years to come since such star performers as Doyle Duggins.-Fred Snyder. Bob McCracken, Joe Molino. Norman Carl, and Marion McCandless were either juniors or sophomores. Seniors Wally Flack, Gil Lang, Charles Nolield. and Jim Knight will be missed next year. By press time Coach Lloyd Martins and Fred Barton ' s cindermen defeated strong reams from Orange and Huntington Beach. ?rfl ck itX ES N i TOP ROW: Coach Barton, C. Nofield, D. McCoy, M. Mc- Candless, Coach Martin, D. Duggins, B. Foster, G. Lang. SECOND ROW: J. Owens, J. King, R. Smith, F. Snyder, W. Flack, J. Knight. FIRST ROW: G. Shackleford, H. Miller, N. Carl, B. Bonsey, R. Holguin. Mees TOP ROW: Coach Barton, L. Hooper, D. Swisher, D. Doss, D. Easton, H. Robins, J. Cartwright, T. Shockley, B. Fehlman, H. Beck, K. Proud, Coach Mart.n.C. Armstrong. SECOND ROW: R.Thomp- son, J. Barker, P. Layman, R. Garrish, F. Younger, B. Knight, M. Hooper, B. Schumate, R. Swaim, G. Port wood, J. Hamner. FIRST ROW: D. Torres, J. Reynoso, D. Fehlman, G. Channey, W. Hoefler, J. Vetter, C. Chambers, S. Orton. Victories over Orange and Huntington Beach proved the Bee team to be powerful. Promising per- formers were Keith Proud in the sprints. Herb Robbing and Jack Cartwright in the 660, John Reynoso in the hurdles, Steve Orton in polevault. Phil Layman in broadjump. and Ronnie Doss with the shot. TOP ROW: Coach Barton, D. Doss, J. Falcon, G. Crilly, ■ B . Moore, G. Johnson, D. Hand, L. Sitton, R. Peckham, H. Fernandez, Coach Martin. SECOND ROW: R. Thompson, D. Taylor, R. Car- penter, J. Woods, J. Reynoso, R. Moreno, K. Nelson, J. Hamner. FIRST ROW: J. Fujino, J. Arnold. R. Field, G. Crooks, M. Marquette, B. Layman. r »m Cees Orange and Huntington Beach were the first to fall before Cee-team power. Hurdler Linn Sitton. Shot putter Kenny Nelson, and Sprinter Don Layman dis- played impressive ability in early season performances, j The 440 relay group, with Fujino, Kenny Nelson, Gary j Johnson, and Don Layman, also demonstrated effective I teamwork ' arsity baseball ■ I With the season just starting, the 1950 horsehiders appeared to be one of the strongest teams Fullerton has had in years. There were many good holdovers from last year ' s team, as Bucky Green, Bart Stryker, Don Bryant, Toni Padilla, Don Hedricks, to help lead the Varsity to new victories. The team was coached by Bud Dawson. TOP ROW: W. Bass, Coach Dawson, J. BeaJ. THIRD ROW: A Boyd, E. Boyd, D. Bryant, J. Dutton, D. Green, D. Hed- rick, J. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: D. Hudson, W. Hudson, B. Mitchell, C. Nickell, D. Pennington, T. Padilra, J. Ramsey. FIRST ROW: G. Rosen, B. Stryker, D. Wells. 157 K , V»o X 0» , st 15 Mfiifi IV. Baseball By Annual deadline, the f. V. ' s had won two games and lost one. Strong fielding was supplied by such boys as Earl Gibson, Sam McGaughy and Larry Kraemer. With Pitchers Gene Jones and Art Schade burning the ball over home plate, the J. V. ' s, coached by Harm Forte, seemed destined to have a good season. TOP ROW: Coach Forte, J. Bowing, R. Clock, N. Clouse, C. Daugherty, E. Duran, E. Elliott, H. Fisher. THIRD ROW: R. Foster, A. Frownfelter, E. Gibson, B. Harris, C. Hezmalhalch, C. Jewett, G. Jones, D. Kraemer. SECOND ROW: L. Kraemer, C. Ledbetter, L. Luna, S. McGaughy, L. Magdaleno, G. Mieger, J. Murfield, R. Pyatt. FIRST ROW: R. Rosedale, G. Santana, A. Schade, W. Schulte, F. Smart, F. Stone, T. Sullivan, L. Trindel. Zennis 160 162 Advisors: Swoffer, Murray, Logan, Scott, Rim 163 164 Jklkambra Dance Symposium 165 .-2U basketball ' ' - $ 166 Mocky Vanity m f O o t r 4 c I - ; 4 167 W9i 4 V L Volleyball i •irfji, v. y « i » J . " -N ! A Ma , Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen 168 Softball Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen r 169 Zemis J5 v. 4 170 fiance 171 Swimming •y 172 ■ % fowling 17} Archery A Nice Miss! 174 ; Maughman and Kayae 177 Esther ' s Patio Style Shop 178 Cola ' s $ lowers Waller £. $ones 179 FOR FORMAL VEAR CASUAL WEAR NIGHT UEAR r y W l$e ' s FOR MEN Kalph ' s Photo Center 180 Cask met Pontine Kingsbury ' s 181 W4- Wilkinson rug Store 7 { J , ' BS aJI jacobsen ' s (jewelry Velma ' s Kuitcel Bros ' furniture ■ 5 I w 183 4 ■ A Pollard ' s y " j VJ Harris " Drug Store 1.84 Crew Oldsmobile 1 2 - Cloyd and Vf$ 185 jCes Zkompson-Packard Jarrett-Smder Studio 186 Senior Pedigrees ADAMS, ALICE Trans erred tr Girls ' League ALEVA, JOAN Transfer student Girls League ALEE, UNA Transfer srudent Girls ' League ANDRUS. JOSEPH Art CM Boys ' League APPEL. JOHN Golf A 3 Boys ' League AVALOZ, VIRGINIA G A A 2. 3. 4 Spanish Club 4 Campus Dress Board 3 AYERS. BARBARA Transferred from Chino Y-Teens 3.4 GA A. 3. 4 A Cappella 3. 4 Commercial Club 4 BARKER, MARNIE Y-Teens 4 G Aj . 3. 4 Glee Club 1 Teen Toppers 2, 3. 4 Girls ' League Rep. 4 Red Cross V. Pres. 4 BARKS. CATHERINE G.A.A.-2. 3. 4 - - Girls League BARNES. V- Glee CI —Girls ' L BARNES. KITTY Glee Club 1 J ' BARNETT. IACKLYN FH.A. 1.4 Glee Club 1 BASS, WILLIAM A- Baseball B 3 Boys ' League BEAL. JOHN H. Larin Club 2, 3 Sergeanr ar arms Science Club 3 Foo ' ball ABC 1. 2. 3. 4 Baseball AB 1. 3. A BEAM, RCGER D. Foorball B 2, 3 Boys League BELL. GLENN W. FFA. I! 2, 3. 4. V. Pres. 4 Boys ' League BENTSON. RAYMOND H. Boys ' League Red Cross BERLIN. VERA G A A. 1. 3. 4 French Club 1 FHA 4 Pleiad 2, 3, 4 Teen Toppers 4 Dress Board Co-Chairman 4 BERTRAM, BENNEY AjrClub 1. 2 Band 1. 2, 3,4 Baskerball B 2 BETHURUM. BARBARA Girls ' League Red Cross BISH, GLORIA JEAN Band 1. 2. 3 A Cappella 1. 2. 3, -i Melloaires BLYSTONE, DOREEN Y-Teens 1 Spanish Club 4 F H A : Glee Club 1 BOYD, JAMES A. Foorball ABC, Opt B 1. 2. 3, 4 Baske:ball ABD 1.2,3,4 BOYD, LOIS G A A 1,2. 3 Girls League BREWER, FRANCINE Library Club 4 Girls ' League BRIDGEFORD, EDWIN C. Commercial Club 2, 3 Ores BRITTAIN. JIM E. Hi-Y 4 F FA 1. 2. 3, Sergeanr at arms BRYANT. DON Larin Club 2 Weekly Pleiades 4 Foorball C 1,2 Basketball ABD 1 . 2 . Baseball AB, 1,2,3.4 CALVERT. VERNE R. Football AB 1,2 Track A 1 CAMPBELL. JOAN Y-Teens 1. 2 G A A 1 Latin Club 2. 3, 4. Sec. 4 Pleiades Orchestra I 2 Glee Club 1. . Teen Toppers 4 Christmas Play Frosh, V. Pres. ! Organisr 4 CASEY, PATRICIA Transfer srudent Drama Club 4 Teen Toppers 4 CHANDLER, LOIS Transferred from Ohio Girls League CHAPMAN, ERNEST Art Club 4 Basketball A 3 Water Polo A 4 Swimming A 4 CHAPMAN, STANLEY HlY 1.2,3,4 Science Club 3 Pleiad 3. 4 Band 1, 2, 3. 4 Class Play 1, 2. 3, i Key Club 3. 4 Soph Class Pres. 2 Track B 2 Pep Band 4 Student Body Ptes. 4 CLARK. WAYNE Ht-Y 4 Glee Club 1. 3. 4 A Cappella 2, 3, 4 Christmas Play 1.2. 3.4 Class Play I. 2. 3 Footbal. A , Water Polo ABC 1.2. 3 Swimming ABC 1. 2, 3 CLUM, SUZANNE Transfer srudent Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 GA A 2. S, 4, Sec. 4 Art Club 2 Pleiad 3.4. Treas. 4 Glee Club 2. 3 Christmas Play 2 Class Play 4 Srudent Congress 3 Jr. Class Sec. 3 COEN, RICHARD Boys " League Red Cross COFFMAN, PEGGY Y-Teens 1. 2. Pres. 2 Arr Club 4 Weekly Pleiades Exchange Ed. 4 Head Song Leader 4 COLEMAN, HOWARD Football B 1 Basketball B 1 COLLIER, EUGENE Hi-Y 4, Pres H FFA 1,2,3,4 COMSTOCK, NORMA GAA 1. 2 Larin Club 2 FHA 2 . ONNORS, TOMMY erte 3. 4 CORCORAN. BEVERLY i lub 3, Ptes 3 FHA ming Attendant i Homecoming Queen 4 CORCORAN. RAY L. Transfer student Hi Y , French Club i. 1 Annual Ed in clue! 4 Weekly Pleiades Ad ' Key Club 4 Class Plai i Pleiad 3 CRANKSHAW, JUDY Y-Teens 1.2.3 Orchesrra 1 Glee Club 1.2,3 Class Play 3 Homecoming Attendant 2 CRILLY, GLENN Basketball C 1 Boys ' League DAVIS, CLAIRE Girls League Red Cross DEASON. WANDA Science Club 4 Glee Club 2, 3 DETT1NGER, CAROL Orchestra 1 Glee Club 1.2 A Cappella 4 DILLINGER. DIANE Honorary FFA. 1.2 Girls League DORSEY. ROBERT FFA 1 Printer DRAKE, MARILYN Transfer srudent Girls ' League DREW, BARBARA Y-Teen, Bia F Club 3. -.. V Ptes 4 GAA 1. 2. - I Dance Mgr 4 Spanish I Head Flag Tw Annual Pleides Staff Girls ' Sport Ed 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Student Courr 3, 4 Freshman Class Song Leader Jr- Class Treas- 3 Head Yell Leader 4 DUFFY. DIANE Transfer srudenr Y-Teens 3 Orangerhorpe Rer i DUNLAP. LAVON Girls ' League Red Cross DUTTON. JACKIE Y-Teens 1 GAA 1 Marjorette I Pnw Wow Arrendanr 1 Weekly Pleiades Staff 2 Business Mgr. 5 1 RICKSON, MARY VI; Cabinet GAA 2 Pleia, ' . Annual Pleiades Administration Soph ( ERMAN, DICK Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. 4. V. Pres. 1 Larin Club 1 Football C 1 Watet Polo ABC 1 . Swimming ABC 1.2 I EVERETT. SYLVIA GAA 1 I French Club 1 . 2 Glee Club 1 , 2 . Christmas Piav FARNSWORTH, REMA GA A 1 Red Cross Girls ' League FEHLMAN. ROBERT Hi-Y Band Class Play Track FERGUSON, DOROTHEA Girls ' League Red Cross FLACK. WALLACE Track 3.4 Boys ' League FOSTER. BILL Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Football A 1. 2. 3, 4 FOSTER MARY LEE Transferred from Orange Y-Teens 4 Big F Club 4. GAA i FRI. BETTY JO Y-Teens Big F Club 3. 4. Sec. 4 GAA 1, 2, 3. 4 Dress Chairman 4 Red Cross 3 EATON, PETER Larin Club 3. 4, Treas. Pleiad - Tennis B 3 ELLIS, LEROY Hi-Y 2, Pres 2 Varsiry Club 2,3,4 Latin Club 2 Band 2, 3 Football A, 2, 3. 4 Baseball B 1 FULLERTON. RAY FFA 1 Boys League GARMON. BARBARA Orchesrra 1 2- 3. 4 Commercial Club GARNER- ANN ClassvPfcv 3 Annual Pleiades : A is: F.: - Y ' orba Linda Rec 4 Yell Leader 3. 4 EARNER. GWEN Y-Teens 1 Spanish Club 4 Glee Club 1 GIFFORD, GAIL Y-Teens 4 B«F Club 5.4 GAA 1.2.3,4 Mgi -.Pres 4 Spanish Club 4 Drama Club 4 Pleiad 3. 4 GOCHA. KENNETH Boys ' League Printer GOMEZ. ALBERT Spanish Club V. Pres. 4 Football C 2. 3 Basketball BD 2. 3. 4 GOMEZ. MIKE FFA- 1 ' Basketball C 1 GRAMMER. ELAINE Y-Teens 3 GAA 1. 2 Band 1 Glee Club 2. 3. 4. Pres i Chrisrmas.Play 2 Senior Pedigrees GRAY. MARY SUE YTeens 1 . 2 GA A I, 2 Latin Club 2 Drama Club 4 French Club Ptes 2nd Semester An Club 1 Glee Club 1, 3.4 A Cappella 2, Annual Plerades Class Ed 4 Student Congress 3, 4 Gifts ' League V. Pies. 4 GREEN. DON J. Hi-V 1.2 Pleiad 4 Band 1. 2. 3, 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Basketball BD 1.2. J, 4 Baseball A 1.2, 3.4 IV. 1.2 Pep Band 4 GREENFIELD. DON L. Varsity Club 3. 4 Student Congress 3 Boys League Sec- 3. Pres 4 Football ABC 1. 2. 3. 4 Water Polo BC 1. 2 Swimming C 1 GREGORY. SHARON Y Teens I Big F Club 3, 4 G A A 1, 2. 3, 4 Band !. 2. 3.4 Glee Club 1,2. 3,4 Teen Trippers ' Club 4 !ta 1. 2. 3 -fy. ,o. PI-,,, 4 GRIFFIN. VIRGINIAN Drama Clu Orchestra Chtistmas Play 4 V Class Play 4 GRINDE. DEAN Orchestra I Band Boys League Ptogtam Comm GUMMESON, FRANK Transfef srudent Foorball C 1 IV. kelball I ' GUTHRIDGE, BILL FF A 1 Football C I. 2 Track B 3 Watet Polo BC 1. 2. 3 Swimming BC 1.2.3 HALSTENBERG, RICHARD Foorball AB 3. 4 Track B 3 Baseball B 2 HANCOCK. NANCY Elecrion Board 2 YTeens 1.2, 3. 4, Treas I G A A 3 Pleiad 2 ' . . i Glee Club 1 Class Plav I. i Annual Pleiades Staff Oreanizarions Ed 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 HAWKINS. PALL FF.A I Track ABC 2. 3. I HAWKINS. VIRGINIA YTeens 1 Libtarv Club 2 Glee Club 1 Commercial CluS 2. 3. 4 HEDRICK. DON FT A 1 2, 3. V Pres WeeBlt Pleiades Staff i Boys ' AtMctic Mvr Baseball AB 2. 3, 4 Varsity Club HE1L. DAN Hi-Y 4 Art Huh 1 Pleiad 1 , Class Plav 1 Kei Club i. Srudenr Courr 3 S r u , I c- r 1 1 Body Tre.is i Football C 1 Basketball C 3 HERNANDEZ, CANDIDA F H A I Girls League HOEFLER. WALTER S Varsity Club 3. 4 Pleiad 4 Football B 3 A Met- 47 Ttack BC 2, i, I Ctoss Countty A 4 HOFFMAN. 1ACK Football B 2 Ttack A 4 Watet Polo A 2 Baseball AB 1.2.4 HOLGUIN. RAYMOND Hi-Y I Football ABC 1. 3.4 Ttack ABC I, 2. 1.4 HOLLOWAY. BEVERLY Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4 Libtanan }, i A Cappella Lib 3.4 Christmas Play 2. 3. 4 HUDSON. WILLIE Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Basketball CD 2, 3 Baseball B 2, 3 HUFF. HERBERT Latin Club 4 Football B 1 Mgr Track AB 2. 3 INGRAM. GEORGE W. Transfer srudenr Boys ' League JACKSON. HAROLD Science Club 3. 4 Orchesrra 1. 2. 3 Band 2. 3 Glee Club 1 Class Play 3 Baskerball BCD 1.2. 3. 4 Tennis A 3. 4 Swimming B 2 JACOBSON. NOEL YTeens 4 Big F Club 3.4 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4 Swim Met 3. V Ptes. 4 Science Club 2 Glee Club 1 A Cappella 2 JANES, BARBARA G A A 1,2.3, 4 Commercial Club 3 JARA. RUDY Football C 1. 2 Basketball ABC 1. 2. 3. 4 Ttack B 3 Baseball B 2 JOLLY. JOE Boys ' League Red Ctoss JONES. JiETTY ,,, Y -Teens 1 1.2, yVjYPtS? 1 " . A A 1 . . Gfirisfrnas Blay 4 Annual. Pleiades Staff 3, i Act. wry Ed 1 , ueoa Park Rep 3 St- Pow Wow Attendant 4 ICIass Play 2, i, I ORDAN, DAVID Hi-Y 2, i Science Club 3 Otchestta Ptes 1 Band 2. 3 Basketball C I Track AC 1 . 3 Photography Club 2 KADELBACH. GLEN F F A 1. 2. 3 Boys ' League KEENER. IMOGENE YTeens 4 G.A.A l . ' ■ I Latin Club 1. 2 KEENER. MARY Y-Tceir | G A A 1,2 • i Glee Club I. 2 KEWISH, GEORGE A Cappella I. 2. ), Boys Chotus Sec 1 KING. JACK Vatsity Club 3. 4 Latin Club 2, 3 Foorball ABC 1, 2. i, I Baskerball ABC 1.2.3.4 KNIGHT. JAMES Art Club 2 Pleiad 5. i Class Play 1, 2. 3 Key Club 3. 4 Srudent Congfess 4 Student Body V Pres 4 Football B 3 Ttack AB 3. 4 Watet Polo BC 1. 2. 3 Swimming B C 1. 2 KNOBLAUCH. JULIUS Hi-Y }, 4 Latin Club 2 Art Club 1 KNUTSON. BEVERLY Commefcial Club 3. 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Ttansfet Student KNUTSEN. lOAN YTeens 1. 2. 3. 4 Pies 4 GA A 1. 2. 3. 4. Tteas 3 Assist Recording Sec 4 Drama Club 4 Chtistmas Play 4 Class Play 4 Student Congress 4 KROEGER. JOHN Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. 4 Science Club 3 Pleiad 1. 2. 3. 4 Band 1 Class Play 1, 2. 3. 4 Key Club 3. Pres. 4 Student Congfess 4 St Class Treas Football C 1 Watet Polo ABC 1, 2. 3. 4 Swimming C 1 Tennis AB 2, 3.4 Baseball B 3 C.S.F. 4 KRULL. DICK Hi-Y 3. 4. Sec 3.4 Science Club 4 Foorball B 2 Track B 2 Watet Polo B 2 Swimming A 3 LAIRD. BOB Hi-Y 4 Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Science Club 2. 3. 4, Treas Pleiad 3. 4 Christmas Play 2 Class Play 4 LANA. JANICE Y ' -Teens 1, 2. 3. 4. V Pies Big F Club 3,4 G A A 1,2. 3, i Latin Club 1. 2 Ait Club 2 Glee Club 1 Pow Wow Attendant 3 La Habta Rep 4 LANDERS, JOHN F F A 1.2. 3 Boys League LANG. GILBERT Hi-Y 3. Tteas 4 Science Club 3 Pleia I 1, 2, Glee Club Pt( Class Play 2, - Annual Pleiades 1 Boys ' Sports Ed Weekly Pleia e Key Club 3yV Student Congress -1 Boys ' League V Ptes 4 FootbaUNABC 1, 2, Co-Capt 3. Tf ABC. 1.2. ' ., i CSF 4 Valedictorian 4 LANGSTAFF, WINIFRED Commefcial Club 4 Girls League LASHMET. RICHARD Tfansfei Srudent Boys ' League LERCHEY. MARY Commercial Club 4 Girls League LOHMAN, GLEANNE LarinClub2 Drama Club 4 French Club 3, V. Pres Art Club 1 Christmas Play 1 Annual Pleiades Staff 3 Weekly Pleiades Staff 3 LOVERING, BARBARA Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 4. V Ptes. 2 Cabinet Tteas 3 G.A A 1, 2 FHA 1.2 Glee Club 1 A Cappella 2 Class Plav 1. 2, 3, 4 Annual Pleiades Start 1 Weekly Pleiades Staff 1 Otangethotpe Rep 2 Commercial Club 1. 2 Toutnament Play 4 Social Chairman 4 LOWREY, SUE .G.A A 1 Gitls League MADDOX, CAROLYN Ttansfet student Gitls League MAES, ELEANOR G A.A 1, 2. 1. 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff Business Mgt, 4 F.B.L A 2 MARTINEZ. LINDA Girls League Red Ctoss MASON. JUNE Ttansfet student Gitls ' League MATHEWS. BOBBY S. Football B 3 Basketball B 3 MATNEY. JAMES Football B 3 Basketball B 3 McCOY, DON VafsityClub 1.2,3.4 Class Play 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Football A 2, 3, 4 Ttack A 3. 4 Water Polo A 1 Swimming A 1 Commercial Club 2, 3 McGAUGHY. CHARLES Boys ' League Red Cross McGILL. PAT YTeens 3. 4 Big F Club 4 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. Treas. 4 Band I, 2. 3. 4 McROBERTS. CLAUDIA Transfer srudenr Y-Teens 4 Glee Club 4 A Cappella 4 MEEHAN. BILLY F.FA I, 2. 3. 4 Boys League MENDENHALL. ANDREE Y-Teens 2, I G.A A 1 Drama Club 4 French Club 1. 2. Pres.. Treas. Art Club 2 MILLER. DARLENE GA A. 1, 2 Commefcial Club 3. 4 MILLER. HUGH Hi-Y 1,2. 3, 4 Band 2. 3,4 Football BC 2. i Basketball BC 2, 3 Track ABC 2. 3. 4 MILLER. LEVIONA FHA 2. 3. 4. V. Pies. Glee Club 1.2 MILLING. DONNA Y-Teens 3. 4 Annual Pleiades Staff 4 Transferred (torn Hawaii MIRANDA, MARY G.A.A. 1 French Club V. Pres 2 Glee Club 2 MITCHELL. BOB Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Boys ' Sports Ed. Baseball AB 1. 2, v I MOOMAW, VIOLA Y-Teens 1, 2. ), I G.A A 1 Pleiad 2. 3 Glee Club 1 Class Play 1 , 4 Annual Pleiades Staff Dress Board 2 Election Board 4 MOORHEAD, JACK Band 1 Football A Watet Polo ABC Swimming ABC MORENO. CUCA Spanish Club Tteas 4 Girls ' League MORENO, SEBASTIAN Spanish Club Prcs. 4 Student Congress 4 MORRIS. DELORES G.A.A 1, 2 Girls ' League MORRIS, NANCY Y-Teens 4 G.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 F HA. 2 Glee Club 1.2 Teen Toppers 4 Christmas Play 2 K MURFIELD. ANNETTE Band 1.2,3,4 Orchestra 2 Glee Club 1,2 Commercial Club 3, MURPHY, RAMONA G.A.A. 1. 2 Girls League MURPHY, ROBERT Football B 1 Baseball A 1, 2 MURRAY, JOHN Latin Club 2 Student Court 4 Football B 1.2 Basketball B 1 Track B 1. 2. 4 MYERS. CHARLES Basketball ABD 1. 2. 3. Capt. Boys ' League MYERS, DALE Boys ' League Red Cross NAVARETTE, BERTHA Spanish Club 4 Girls ' League NEU, PATRICIA Y-Teens 1 Latin Club 2. 3 F HA. 2. 3. Sec. 4. Pres Pleiad 3 Glee Club 1 Student Congress 4 NEWBOLD, RAYMOND Band 1. 2. 3, 1 Boys ' League NOFIELD. CHARLES J Hi-Y 2 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Football B 2 Basketball B 2 Ttack A 3, 4 NLON, LARRY u .tion Board 2 iljnClub2. ' , KPreS- 3 s. ' ieri e ( Ulb 1 cl i Siad l,f2W4 V ' jjleiades jStiff 4 d?t Congress. 3. A .jwoenr Court Justice 3 Sr Class V Pres. 4 CSF 4 Sporrs Announcer 3. 4 OPSOMER, ARDEL G A A 1.2, 3 Girls ' League OSBORNE. ARDETH Y Teens 2, 3 Commercial Club 2. 3 OSBORNE. LLOYD F F A 1 . 2. 3 Boys ' League OZBUN. DALE W. Orchestra -. ; Band 2. J Class Plav s. 4 Annual Pleiades Pub Chm 4 Transfer student Pep Band 4 OZIAS, BRUCE Orchestra 1.2. 3.4 Basketball BCD 1. 2. - • Football C 1.2 PACKARD. JOYCE Y-Teens 4 Big F Club 2. 3. Ptes. 4 G A A 1. 2. Swimming Met 2 Fr Rep for Cab. 1. Se G.A.A. Cabinet 1. 2. 3. i Art Club 1.2 Claw Plav -I Student Congtess 4 PARKS. WALTER Hi-Y I. 4 Varsity Club 3 Science Club 3 Pleiad 3. 4 Christmas Play 1 Class Play 1. 2. 3. 4 Annual Pleiades Staff 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Key Club 3. 4 Student Court Jusnce 4 Commercial Club 2 Foorball Club 2 Water Polo AC 1. 2. 3. 4, Capt Swimming AC 1.2. 3.4 PEDIGO. BOB Transfer srudent Hi-Y 4 Drama Club 4 Pleiad 4 Orchestra 4 Band 4 Pep Band 4 Christmas Play 4 Class Play 4 Key Club 4 Am Lee Sp Con Winner 4 CSF 4 POLLARD. RICHARD Boys League Red Cross PRICE DICK Art Club Sec. 2 Football 1. 4 Track 2 Baseball 3 PROUD. KEITH Foorball B 4 Basketball C 1 , 2 Track B 3. 4 PUTMAN. HAROLD Water Polo A 4 Swimming A 4 PYATT, DifiNNA Y-Teens 5. 4 G.A A.sJ. 3. 4 Glee Cjub 1. 2 Wee Pleiades Staff 3. 4 DtesflBoard 3 Csjrjmercial Club PoyWow Artendant 2 Pow Wow Queen 4 QUINTON, JACKIE Girls League Red Cross QUIST, BARBARA Y-Teens 1. 2. 3.4 Bib FClub 3.4 G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4 Latin Club 2.3 Dtama Club 4 Pleiad 3. 4 Glee Club 1.2 Chrisrmas Play 2 Class Play 1.4 Annual Pleiades Staff 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 Soph CI- Sec. 2 Girls ' League Treas. 4 Srudenr Congress 4 RABURN. JESS (JR.) Football B 4 Boys League RAWSON, ROBERT Gleel ul A Cappella 2. 4 RAYBURN. MARGIE Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4 G.A A 1 Library Club Pres 4 Weekly Peiades Sraff 3 Srudent Congress 4 REAVES. KENNETH Science Club 1 Class Play 4 REECE. GARTH Class Play 4 Cross Country A 4 REED. HOWARD FFA 1.2. 3 Band 1.2. 3 RENAKER BILL Hi-Y 1. 2. i.Trea. 4 Annual Pleiades Staff Weekly Pleiades Staff . Commercial Club Red Cross 3 REYNOLDS. NEAL Weekly Peiades Sraff 4 Commercial Club 2 RICH. STELLA Y-Teen- G A A 1. 2. 3.4 FHA 1, Christmas Play 4 RJLEY. PATSY Y-Teens 1 , Treav 2, 3,4 Pleiad I Glee Club 1 Chrisrmas Plav + Class Play 1.2 Annual Peiades Staff 3 Weekly Pleiades Sraff 2.3.4 Back Page Ed 3, Asst Ed 4 ROBINSON. DIA. Transferred fro O G.A A 3. 4 Band 4 M ijon rre RODRIGUEZ. JOHN Boys League Red Cross RUST. WILLIAM Hi-Y I, Latin Club 2 Band 1.2 Water Polo ABC 1,2,3 Swimming ABC 1. 2. 3 SCRANTON, JEAN Y-Teens 3 Orchestra 1 Band 2 - I Glee Club 1 SEDAN, MELBA Y-Teens 4 G.A A. 1, 2. 3, 4 Glee Club 1. 2. 3 Teen Toppers 4 Commercial Club 1. 2, 3, 4 SHACKELFORD, GLEN Football A 4 Track A 4 SHEPHERD, RUTHIE Girls ' League Red Cross SCHUMATE, WILLIAM Transfer srudenr Pleiad 4 Track B 4 SILLESEN. DONNA Transfer srudent Y-Teens 3. Treas 4 G_A.A. 3 Science Club 3. 4 Pleiad 3. 4 Annual Pleiades Staff Srudenr Court 4 SLINKARD. HOWARD Annual Pleiades Staff 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 SAMUELSON. MARJOR1E Drama Club 4 Chrisrmas Play 4 Class Play Commercial Club 4 SANCHEZ. ANGEL Foorball B 3 Baseball B 1. 2,4 SANCHEZ, GLORIA Girls League Red Cross sc HAt HNER. BETTIE Girls ' League Red Cross SCHAIFF. MALBERN FF 1.2 Football " . SCHOLZ. ROSE Y-Teens 2. 3 Dtama Club 4 LibtaryClub2, S FHA 2.3.4 Christmas Play Dir and Stage Mgr Class Play Costume Mgr. Makeup 4 SCHUGT. HELGA Y-Teens 2. 3. 4. Cab Sec. Latin Club 2 Science Club 4 Library Club 4 Pleiad 1. 2. 3, 4. V Pres Glee Club 1 Class Play I Annual Peiades Sraff 3 Srudent Body Sec. 4 Fr. Class Pres. 1 SMITH. JOAN Y-Teens -i Big FClub 3, Treas. 4 G.A A 1. 2. 3. 4 Volleyball Mgr I Science Club 2. 3 Annual Pleiades Sraff 4 SPEARS, ROBERT Hi-Y 1.2. 3. 4 Latin Club 2 Science Club 3 Pleiad 2. 3,4 Class Play 1.2 Key Club 3, 4 Student Congtess 4 Boys ' League Sec- 4 Water Polo ABC 1.2. 3.4 Swimming 1.2.3,4 SPENCER. RUBY Y Teens 3. Sr Pres 4 Big F Club 3. 4 GAA 1.2.3,4 Soph. Rep. 2 Softball Mgr- 3. Rec, Glee Club 1 V A Cappella 2 Weekly Pleiades Staff Girls Sport.- Ed i Srudent Congress 4 Commercial Club 3 SPENCER. TOM Science Club 3. Pres 4 Key Club 3. 4 Srudenr Congress 4 Transfer srudenr SPOHN. ELBERT F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Football CI. 2 Basketball C 1 Track A 1 SPOHN. GWEN Big F Club 3. 4 G.A.A. 1.2,3.4 Glee Club 1 A Cappella 2 STAGGS. BOB Basketball A 3. 4 Transfer srudenr STANLEY. MARILYN Y-Teens 1. 2. 5. 4 Sr. Sec. 4 G.A A. 2. 3 Latin Club 2 DramaClub 4 Arr Club 2 Pleiad 3. 4 Glee Club 2 Annual Pleiades Staff 3 Srudent Congress 3. 4, Sec Girls ' League Sec. 3 Red Cross 3. Pres. 4 CASC 3.4 Senior Pedigrees STEIN, NOREEN I Sec l i iades Staff Ad r Sruden ' STIDHAM BETTY JO FBI A 2 STOCK. DOROTHY Y-Tet: G A A F HA i A Car! « Teen T STOSCH. CAROL Transfei I Weekly Pic Exchange Ed t Commercial Club J, i Program Chairman 4 STRICKLAND. MARILYN Y-Teens i G A A 1.2 Spanish Club 4 Art Club 1.2 Glee Club 1.2 .5 Teen Toppers 1.2. 3. V Ptes t Chrisrmas Plav 4 STUELAND. CONNIE A Cappella 4 Chrisrmas Play 4 STRUVE, DONNA Y-Teens 4 G A A 1.2.3.4 ArrClub2.3 Glee Club. Asst Lib 1. 2 Teen Toppers 4 Chrisrmas Play 2 STRYKER. BART Varsiry Club 3 Latin Club 2 Orchestra 1 Weekly Pleiades Staff Sports Ed 4 Student Congress I, CI V Pres 3 Sr Class Pres 4 Football ABC 1,2.3, ' Baseball AB 1.2.3.4 SWIFT. WILLIAM Boys ' League Red Cross SWINDELL. LEON F F A 1 . 2. 3 ' Baseball 3 TANNER, HERBERT Hi-Y i . , Foorball A 2. 5.4.Co-Capl Basketball A 3. 4 Varsiry Club THAYER. DONALD J. LarinClub 2, 3, ' Pleiad THAYER, DONALD M. Waiei Pol A I Boss 1 ' ' THOMAS. JOYCE Commercial Club 2. 3 ■ ■ ,3,4 E H A THOMPSON, GWEN Y-Teens 1, Sec. 2. 3 GAA 1, 2, I DtamaClub 4 Art Club 1 ), Ptes i Teen Toppers 4 Annual Pleiades Sraff Arr Ed 4 Student Congress 4 Girls ' League Sec 4 C S.F 4 THOMPSON. RONALD LESLIE Hi 3 I. 2, i, Pres 4 ' lub Pres 4 Pleiad 1. 2. Treas i, I Class Play 1, -i KeyClul ' .nurcss 5, 3 ' Pres 4 Track BC J Water Polo B 3. 4 THOMPSON. RONALD LOUIS Hi 3 Latin Club 2. S, 1 " ' Pleiad 3. I Student Congtess 4 TOWER. CARLA Y Teens 1 , J Drama Club 4 Glee Club 1. 2, 1. i Christmas Plas 1 TOZER, JOY ' .ib 2. 4 A Cappella 2. 3.4 TREZ1SE. VERNON Varsiry Club 3. 4 F F A 1. 2. 3 Pleiad I Water Polo AB 1 . 2 .3 i Baseball AB 1. 4 TURNER. TOMMIE Class Play 2 Foorball C 1 Track B 2 VAN BLAIR, BARBARA Y-Teens 2.3. I Big FClub 4 G A A 1. 2. 5, I Science Club 3, Sec 4 Drama Club 4 Annual Pleiades Copy Ed 4 Srudent Congress Srudenr Court 3 St- Class Sec 4 VANDENBERG CAROL Y Teen 2. 3. 4 Big FClub 3. 4 GAA I. 2. 3, i LarinClub 2 Att Club 1, V. Pres Glee Club 1 Teen Toppers 2, 3, 4 Home Coming Arrendant 4 Srudenr Courr Jusrice 3 Fr Class Sec I la Habra Rep 3 Girls League Pres 4 VAN VERST. BRUCE Band I, 2. 3, 4 Boys ' League VAUGHN. DONALD Varsiry Club Treas 3 Boys ' League Treas 3 Football A 2. 3. ! VEIRS. JEAN Y-Teens 3, 4 Science Club 3 Class Play 4 WALKER, ANN Y-Teens 2. 3, 4. Pres 2 Big FClub 3. 4 G A A 1.2. 3.4 Lann Club 2 Pleiad 1.2 Weekly Pleiades Ed 4 Back Page Ed 3 Student Congtess 3 Sooh V Pres 2 csr i WALKER. ROBERTA Commercial Club 2 Gifls ' League WALLACE MARIORIE Y-Teens 1 2, i, I G A. A. 1.2 Pleiad 2. Sei I Annual Pleaides Staff 4 Srudenr Court 4 Teen Toppers i Arr Club 1.2. 3 LarinClub 2.3.4 Elecrion Board 2 WARD. BARBARA Glee Club 2. 3 Christmas and Class Play Ushef Commetcial Club 3, Sec 4 WATERWORTH, RODGER Bovs ' League Red Cross WEBER. JOANNE Y -Teens 3, 3 GAA 1. 3 French Club See 3 Glee Club 1.2 A Cappella 3. 4 Annual Pleiades Sraff 2 Business Mgr 4 WEBSTER. EDWARD Weekly Pleiades Staff Football ABC 1,2.3 Basketball C 1 Track C 1 WELCH. FRED Hi-Y 1,2.3 r r A 2 Red Cross WERBE CHARLOTTE Transfer student Girls League WHITE. JODY Y-Teens 2.3,4 Bit- FClub 3. 4 GAA. I. 2, - i Drama Club 4 Pleiad 1. 3. 4 Head Flag Twirler 4 Glee Club Treas 1 Teen Toppers 4 Annual Pleiades Staff 4 Weekly Pleiades Staff 4 WHITMAN. KENNETH Orchestta 4 Band 1, 2. 3. 4 Pep Band 4 A Cappella 1.2,3.4 Foorball B 2 Warer Polo B 2. 3 Tennrs A 4 Swimming B 2. 3 WILLIAMS. ANNE Lann Club 3. 4 Girls League WILLIAMS. BETT1E Y-Teens Sec- 1 Drama Club 4 Glee Club Pres 1.2 WILLIAMS, MARILYN LEE Girls ' League Red Cross WILLIAMS. MAXINE Transfer srudenr Girls ' League WILSON. IACK Varsity Club 1 FFA 1 Foorball A 1.2. 3.4 Track A 1.2 Warer Polo A 1.2 Pow Wos» King 4 WILSON. RONALD FFA Sec- 3 Football B 2. 3 Basketball B 2. 3 Track B 2. 3. -i WILSON, TOMMY Boys League Red Cross WOOD. DONALD Football ABC 1.2, 3.4 Boys ' League WOODMAN. PAULA Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 GAA 1. 2. 3.4 Dress Board 3 Weekly Pleiades Sraff naky nairman Mr. Kenneth Stevener of the California Yearbook Guild who deserves no less than orchids for the fine work and many hours of bard labor be put into this production. Mr. Lewis N. Paul, new teacher and yearbook advisor on campus, who worked with us like a soldier from the first week to the last hour. Joanne Weber, business, manager, did the same. Some thirty members of our staff who deserve a fanfare for their untiring enterprises. Jack Corcoran for his " school spirit " cartoons. Photographers: Don Bray, Howard Stinkard, Bill Renaker, and Ned Webster, who finished the iob exhausted, but triumphant. The tolerant girls in the high school office who an swered our every wish and demand with a smile. Stan Chapman, student body prexy, whose last breath was spent kindling school spirit and helping on publicity. Mr. Otto W. Mucbo, auditorium manager, for bis untiring efforts to help. California Yearbook Guild, publishers, who provided our first offset job. Book Binders Co. and Mr. Friedman for the fine binding job. The S. K. Smith Co. and Bill Retchen for the outstanding cover job. The complete cooperation of students, faculty, and administration. This is our song of thanks, crudely sung, but our thoughts are sincerely expressed with ever repeated " Thank Ray Corcoran, Editor S9 V ■ A £s h i 3. trt- X M ' ,7 as " : 1 4- 3 - -- 5 1VWV-, ypfrca Ill - ■ Vf. V,:,;.,:. 8881! Ma . 4


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