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

 - Class of 1959

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I Solly Abernofhy JiKfy Abfoms Peie Ackefmonn Ben Acosto John AcOiio Suianno Acoito N ncy Adkitson Alan Adier Dovid Aeichl.mon lo " y Afwth Horry Aggers Roymond Aguirre [ on Allen Hnflow Allen Joy Allen Judy Allen Richard Allen Jane Allgood John ion Joo ' ' - ' ' A, ,j .,. r, i.-Hifh Anderson Lirvdo Anderwn Mary Anderson Met Anderson itt Anro ' :• Carol Anievmo Joyce Apgor Ronald Apgor Carol Appy Moi lCenn«(h Archipley Sheila Armstror g Terry Armstrong Vtrg.r n Harold An Aversa Nick Averso Paulo Ekibcock Peggy Bock Vickie B:;.- _. ,. !.i ri . n H, Bollicn Donna Bolzhiser Henry Bonueloi Emer Borfuss Shr Npa iL arr Ann Barrett Jokylynne Barrett Robert Barrett Ed Borttov. ' ' Ooone Bealey Bryon Beamon Jtm BeTr ' fT " P»-»Hilrv FWrr Dotothy Beekman Judy Beers ' Sherion Bender Micheol Benn C . 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Brown Anno Brucknci John Buck Korlo Buck W M Bumi Robert Burress Michoi Butka Judith Builer Sharon Lindo Collohan Bruce Combre Jim Brown Joyce Brown Ij Lmdo Bfunk Virglnio Brunkow -LafTg ' tir ' na n mdi James Burchit Robert Burchtt " Jeri Burt Bom Pot Borih Cortene Boslick Robert Boswnl I iHn Boyd Yvonne Boyd Chorles Boyer Hn r " ofolyn Brandon Herbert Brondon Rodger Bfookman Judith Brooke Ij Brown Undo Brown Morniff- ■ John Br ivorth Bil Ttpan irkhardt Jud Burkhordt C Michoel Bush Potnoo Bush William Bu K Richord Codeno Steven Codena Jean Coin June Coin Richard C tiwtifly Compbell Bob Campbell Charlotte Campbell Donold Compbell Gail Corr)pUili Sortdro rmiiiiliin fillimn riiiii| il ll _ »gtfTet Campos Dennis Conodo Frank Cannon George Cannon Pot Cannon Patricia Cannon Ramon Cono Teres Corle Ronold t.tarW- ' 1?on nf ' f it firi. Carlson AAorilynn Carnahon Bill Carney Beverly Carpenter Linda Corr Joyce Correll Virginia Corner Doan Corte Suson Carter Melonle Cortwnght Sara Cosadoy James Coslin Patricio Cospers Bill Cossel Amador Costillo Cloudio Cole Dollos Coton Michoel Couslonr Manuel Cervontes Irene Ces)a Judith Cesta Doug Chaffee Penny Chambers Robyn Chombers Ron Chondler Gory Chopin Ann Chapman Cherie Chapr Chopmon Dorothy Chouvin Julio Chover Frank Choviro Monuel Chovirn Donna Cherry Kothleen Child Joyce Childers Robert Chifders Jorn » Chi ' d )f t Chittenden Oione Christensen Melidee Chriilcnicn Oennii Christians, r ■ -_ijhe£ Gordon Christopherson Jean Clavoglia Ronn . Claossen Thomas CIopp Gory Clork Janet Clark John Clark Jud. CZ lCl D ° ' ' ' ' ' ' Pomelo Clork Robert Clark Rober Beatrice Cteory Goql Hmwenv Patrick Clemens O.one Cleveland P. l-. hne Tom Cline Earl Ctinkenbeard Donno CIc : Horold Coffer . jgcCiCoffmaj PHorold Cole John Colionn. Diane Coll :. _,., , . :[,ns Kenneth Collins Michoel Collins Judy Combs D Winfield Con l ViCTCr Lonfortl Mory Conger Lindo Conliffe Phillip Cor iifle Oarleen Conner Cheryl Connolly Leo Connolly Gino Cd Ralph Cooper Dap Cornwell I GIorio Covey 1 Gory CoiC tO Waller Cuellen Micho Cook Eugene Cook Roy Cook Walter Cook William Cook lindo Cooke Charles Coopei Noncy Copelond Koy Corozio Tim Corcoran Anthony .Cordio Tillie Cordova Jomes Corey Costley Normo Coltom Thomas Cottora Elizabeth Couper Margaret Couper Judith Courj Judith Crory Donald Crotsenburg Richard Cratsenburg David Crowford Shirty Crawford Johnny Crow Carolyn Crowder Jonice Crowder Lynne Cnjickshonk Ann Crulcher Dovid Cuevas Waller Cuellen Michael CT rts ieF .- bert Cunntnghorr Dennis Curry Brice Curtis Joyce Curtis Mary Cvengros C«aaix!3uD Edwm Ddtley Olin Doin Lorraine Dole Qtri ' hony Dolessj) ft oty palesu? John : Jocquelyn Dangers Jeffrey Dongers Virginia Donner Michael Dornold Jomes Dovi Oiono Dovies Donold Dawes Ronold Davies Cor " oIe Dovn Frqnkie Dovii AAory Davis Norman Oovts Ronnie Davis Soianne Davis Thomas Dovis George Dawe Paul Dawson Jack Day Koi ' iryn Doy J. Suson Deeble Sharon DeJeon Daniel DeJong April Denkers Jomes Dennis Poiricio Dennis Shoron Dennis Morilyn DeSpain Jerry DeVaux Tom u. ■■ . Leonord Dickey Michoel Dickey Mory Dickinson b Dickson Dione Dickson Elizabeth Dickson Janice Dickson Jomce Dickson John Dickson W ' llt;;ii Discher Ronnie Doon Judith Doboshi CGory Dodd Alio Dodqgn Marsha Dodgen Sandro Doggetr Gory Dolon Borbora Dollo George Dollo Benita Doi Donham GoryDoolgi Cheryl Dorian Bill Dory " Glcndo Dory QofP©owffTT dword Dowling Judith Dowling Pomelo Oowling Brent Downer Carolyn n.-.I. Pot Doyle flRl y ' • ' ' ' V Droke Patsy Drake Thomas PrWro flrwec-lSrayton Richard Drayton Corl Dreves Edwin Drew Cathy Droit Damp: Morgore ' DuorTeiTfAja Duarte Priscillo Dubree Harvey Duchcne Thonvos Dulf Dorrell_Duiiesflf Raynnond Duncan Theodore Duncan David Dur.: Gory Dunton Donald Duron Evelyn Duron Ruth Duron Phyllis Duron Kay Durlnr-H jJ Ovjif prS Tamn v D ' e Eddie Dyment Williom Eosley Aus ' Lono Ecor omy Bo ' boro Edwards Cheryl Edwurd Elliott Susan Elllon Susan EMis Tom Erwin George Esqueda Norc Theres Evons Judy Evensen Pan Foy Corolyn Fears Ronald Fenslei Dan I Edwards James EHw. veil Dorothy Emerson Jonc Esierly Bobby Sandra Fenster Margaret Fcnton Koren Fergust h Mary Edwords Dennis Elbe Jane Ennght Richord Erb Eric ,s David Evans Judith Evons jthleen Farr Ralph Forrell Mtt I Ross Fernandez Louie ' Forrons Leslie Fickel Marsha Fickel Cor WLField Earl Field Jock Fish Arlino Fishtwch Dione Fisher Ft onk F.sle r Christine Fitch Kolhleen Fitzgerald Donold Flemmtng Frances Fleschner ofvFl her - Mike Flores Barboro Florido Roy Florido Ros;tiH)jH luUML ' i JuH»i£|yck Saro Fluck Jimmy fluegge Dio loveligFoos Richard Foringer Roberto Forney Mike Forrest Adrienne Fournief CPnliiCKi Fowlyr- Jnmes Fox Janice Fox Michoel Fox iTynFra S Rolph Frotes Dennis Frozee Beverly Freeman Milton French Doris Fri Lorry Fri John Frick Jonice Fritis Anne Fros ' Trydenlund Steven Frymire Lindo Fugill Judy Fulkerion Lindo Fuller Stephen Funk April Furrnan John Gobriel John iron Goppoe Borbora Gorcio Bobby Gorcio Deonna Gorcio George Garcia Rebecco Garcia Morgoret Gardeo John Gormen joh pQiricio Gatti Mendeih Goylon Julie Geoney Sheilo Gentle Gory George Joon Gepfert Ken Gepfen Corole Gerhng Cottileei J.m Gibby Carol Gibson Joe Gibson Phillip Gibson William Gienopp Don Gilbert Gory Gilbert Goy Gilchrist Wynnette Giles J re Joseph Girondo Alphonso Giron Yotondo Giron Corto Githens Timothy Givens Joseph GiWoff Roxonne Glompe Lynda Glo?ie: Pete Gloria Robert Godfrey fWoller Goerhtz James Goff Lee Golczynski Julia Gomez Sre p— Coaaet._Potr.cia Gonzales Dorothy Goodboudy Sortdy Goodwin Robert Gordon Sandra Gorhc Gordon Gould Kothann Gowen Steven GrtsJ-f Gront Charles Grotner Robert Grolner Marilyn Gregg Ernest .Gregory Noncy Grey Stephen Grey Shar Grundy Norlene Guord Koren Guiles Borbora Gulyos David Goi ink Grohoi Groybill Earl Groover Bonn Griggs Jomes Grimes Mory Grii Grohqy j.do Granodo: ..- _..„, _ _. , _ Grimrn Rosella Grisley Short.- , „ _- Bonnie Gunkel Dennis Gustofson Morilyn Guth Henry Guzman John Guzmon Roy Guzmon Richard Haahr oij-- ' t Hyi |hrl Wolter Gosney inda Gronodos Ronald Gronau.. Richord Greene Jack C ' -c-. Grisley Noel Groshong Haose Trudy Hale Micf oel Noll Robert Holl William Hammond Chuck Honce Jocquelyn Honce Lindo Hon ey Gory Hongsleben More Hangsleben Doug Honkfns Ar Hansen Laurel Hansen Renee Hansen David Hardwick Bonnie Hordy Pol Hofdgrove Walter Harlow Robert Harmon Ruth Harmon John Horrell Robert Harrelson Harrington Cholette Harrington James Harrington Jerry Horrmglon Koren Horrington Gerry Horris Steve Horns Susan Horris Michoel Harrison Potnck Hornson R Hart Peter Hart Radford Horf Polncio Horlfel Dave Hartshorn Ivon Hartshorn Lonlto Horishorn Robert Horisfein Anrni Harvey Martin Harvey Milane Harvey Harvey Colleen Harwell James Hoske David Hotfield Shorron Hougen Robert Hauplmon Kotherin Houter James Hawking Thomas Hawking Carol Howley Don Heodrick Rosemory Hebert Greichen Hehn Noncy Hehn Roger Heiliger Ann Heise Joel Heise Koren Heldt Ronnie Hemig Poul Hemmen Clyde Henderson Gcorg ri »p »to7T Denise Hendricks Rondo Hendricks Steve Hendriekson Larry Herbtt Gene Hergenreder Dolores Hernondez Juonila Hernandez Toni Hernandez Pic» i d Raymond Herrero Rosalie Herrero Sol Herrero Suzie Herrero Paul ' - ' -■■ ' — ■ " - .. .... Hrx Jenn « He .setrode Ronald Hickman Dovid Hicks Pot Hildilch Bt- ' Undo Hill Lindo H.ll Novolou Htll Rodney Hill Carol Hllterbrond NJ HfrTH od Pober H.nde ' l ' ' .- ' Woyne Hines Lorry Hmes Lindo Hinrichs Albert Hir ' . Corolyn Hodqion Donrrld H wl? l r ,n«roftr. H ' ytlmnn Don H ill jiiirirti I! m hinlf T Hr o., f|.r ,h th Mo ' ' ' Mory Holb ' ook AMon Hokomb Holly H ..nk.y Elizabeth Horrlt an Carol ,n,ciid Gerene ■■■■•,011 £flfi t Ju i Dj..; -- ry Jenkins Jim Jenkins Korcn Jenkins Steve Jenkln on Cloudio Johnson Covol_ Johnson ■ •. , ■■ .un yjnd ' -j Johnion Shofon Johnson Toni Johnson T- ! Jones Jeffrey Jones lyn Jones Noncy Jones Mnrlr Knbnry rtvifl s Knding lo lf ' n mc f ' »» F " ! ' Barbara Kreutzer John Kieutu ock loimann AI ygof Mory Lugo «otis Bill MocDonaW odney Maiden Le |d onn JoanneJwonni Borshall lofp Ma: K.jicy «oii»fc: , C | ■9= Ya f CA v i)t ojsj A f ' V : vl Mangold Cc ' ' • • " t. .• ' ITv.ne; ' U d = ichord Martinc 0 ■ ' ' ■ . , Jesiie tMonn L.rdr) Mafqoa.dt Josh-oi Richard Moniner Mounts Michael Moyei " 1 Samuel Meek, David Merer Marsha Meissner ■issick Sus an Metcolf Kothy Merz Gary Meyers vi-eo Miller Carolyn Miller Cs.-c A-ller Don icquel lifT ytjbsll ( Nick Miller V . ! PciTTy Mitche ' .,-- -.- , --.rold Morris " Jon . _ J? .d Mullen Roger ..zzi ' A Margaref •. ' y Nehf r Jeptune Uoi n N;?, ' er-_ Gary Nielsen jgeni Fred N. .- 2 Rob ert Nurtoll ODoy Owight Odle Si| Margaret Orosco RAb JonicQ Pacheco Richrtk Pccheco Porado Borry Parker l llen Parker Janet PaWon Joel PaHon Don 9av _- Potricio Oleson -e Oshjrn Glen Osiergren Lillian PadiHa Michael Pcdillo Charles Pcge Dav.d Philip Porl-.er Sandra Parker- Terry Parker ycroi Parr Penny Pearce Dorothy Pease Normon Pentx John Pepper . Petke Richard Pelrick Robert Pertiboi ie Pickett Duone Pickett Mi Plegel Gale Plies Terry Pj. Porter Fenny Postal Alvin Poles Gary Potes Margie I tier Richard Potrei Margie Price Thomas Pringle Ainette Prior Mary Prior AVine Privett Do Lyndo Purel Pomelo Purvis Paul Vutnom Clarleile Quails Silvii ■icia Roder Dick Roglond Albert RAIsfon JoJ Romirez Lupe Romirez Mar ' Gary Randetl Greto Rcney, Ann RanA JoarnelRcpp Sranley Read Richord :.jp Rid 4a rd Roup Christino Roge ;r Pembroke Jimmie eslol Susan Pestol Susan .■■ " rciir ■r.o Phelps Marjorie - :; Pitcher Michael . ' chaef Pomykoto ' 1 Pretco: t Anne C 2-!f ■s Fr Of Sus an Pryor Judy Quigley Droni 5 Quinn diib__Ea£ nsey Uoyd Ramsey seph Reddingef Jc:re- " e--- tynolds Sandra Reynji :; : anning Richords Bryan v ; isi Royonne Ritchie Ca-. berts Morgan Roberts Rc; lith Robert Smith Sandra Smith Sandrc ow Annette Snyder Darlene Snyder En tomayor Carroll Spoin Linda Sporn 5u imo Spencer Patricia Spencer Penny Spenc itherine Stoffon Judie Stoffon Gory Siaffc Iriguez David Rodrigui I Romei ithenberger Caroline ybol Inez Rubalcc ;-er- ' :-:i Ron Rydmor lie Sanders Denms Sanders Eugene Sanders Paul Sanders Loroine Sonfiltppo Undo - Carol Schaeffer Donna Schaeffer Jill Scheel David Scheesley Harold Schick Frank Schm nnie Schnoor Roy Scholten Bob Schoner Mortene Schoner Richard Schoner Kothy Schui r,;; icfiweiizer Linda Scobee Vandalia Scofield Carolyn Scott Heather Scott Margueri Scoff Thea Scott Mary Srrb Hers Susan Sellers Susan Senefeld David Sepulveda Janet Settles Dianne Severson Leslie Sewell Patricio Shade :hard Shorn Larry Shannon James Shorp Jimmie Sharp Mickey Sharp Carol Sh:: v Danict Shaw Janet Sh( ellef Bruce Shepard Hazel Shepard JaneU Shepard Ri chard She rlock Eugene : ,_ — , , Sherrill Philc leryl Shouse Dale Shouse John Shufelt Tom Shumate dte " sHeh Charlotte S X Q. " . ' ary Simart npson Sydney Simpson Teresa Sindr Mike Singer PoMy Singer Ma rine Sizeto. Terry Skelro lollsre d Betty Smith Bob Smith Corky Smith Don Smith Don Smith Judy Sr-. -ienneih Smi Smith Sharon Smith Sharon Smith Theresa Smith David Smitt Penny Sm- Solberg Gary ' Solberg Dale Sollee James Sorensen Normon Sorensen nne Spo ' rier Ga l S-auldnc C -clyn Specht Richord Spence Bill Spi Sprague Stonley Sprague Susan Sprogue Dovid Springer Gordon S:: Ronald Standley Sue Stanley Corol Starke Janet Slarkey David idelyn Staub Jim SteeJ trick Stewart Robi ine Stone Jimmy Sione Patricio Stone Sally Stordeur Jerry Stotler Donald Siowe Jim Stows Laurel Stronge VTtgiMb-cStewg Vincent Sireech Judy Streed Elea: eet Corol Stroschein Nancy Strozok David Struck Judy Stuart Larry Stuart Tom Stuan Andrea Stub Richord Studley Cullen Siuelond Doniel StumeTz iplich Peter Sturgeon Elizobeth Sturman Barbara Slulhe: Willie I Stwalley Horvey Sugg Bryoi Sulliv Donald Solhv Johi William Sun- Sarboro Stewart leth Robert Stoll lor Street Robert Stumetz Alice Ed word mner Henry Suranie Richard Sutherlond Margaret Swoim Melindo Swaim Karen Swanson Bruce Swenson Carolyn Swenson : Ibert Dovid Tonde Kolhryn Tannyhill Michael Tannyhill Randolph Toppan Ricky Toppcn Bernie Taylor Johnnie Taylor Karen ' " Ronnie Taylor Gory Teed Rosemory TeMes Michoei Tenkoff Roger Terrell Fred Teirault Joel Teiroult Anna Thoheld Che Theroff Harriet Thomas Wiltiom Thomas Suson Thomason Bridget Thompson Bruce Thompson Glenn Thompson Joan Tt-c.-r Thompson Kennerh Thompson Patricio Thompson Raymond Thompst Shore I Swift Bonny Sykes J c - n n , Phyllis Taylor Richard Tay Cf Tiling Joanne Theelge Dronne Thompson John Thompson Judi Thompson Tim Thompson Treva Thompson Steve Thomson Jack Thurmon John Thui Crystal Tilley Par Tisdel Ann Tobias Doyle Tolbert Alfred Ti Trezise Roberr Tripp Marlene ' Tns ' ler Georgo Trodd James Ti Tully Tom Tully Novella Tunder Mark Tunsttll Raybon Tun still Lindo Turner Reed Turner Solly Tui Arthur Voccor Carolyn Vacher Mory Vail Manuel Voldez Bonnie Vonderburg Corolynn Vandergriff Eileen VanGelder Jon VonOelder Dennis VanLei ven jc n vQin Joe VonRoy Townsend Jo Townss ' bora True Jo ' -- r Douglos Tv. re? VonWinkle Diane Varolyay Sylvia Varelo David Vargas LoVeda len Bob Vieiro Carol Vinger Lonce Vinson Bill Virorri- oerT , ' esier . ludy V. ' i- = ;,e-, iburn Mo iOr ' e Wilde S,: II J " C ,!r.:: ; V. ' illiams Z: iin Wilson .Vinslow Ec Bruc . " . ' oodccck Dial o? ' ... : :!e tork Mar V Yof ccagnir 10 fJtm Bt Zampelli Sh.rii f ha ' nn . },0 t V, mf¥t r A ' vX 3 " . ' .-. ' " •r ? ' , i ' CV?- 5-- " i3i j. ' , - g -- .M , - -s 0- ' ■[i- - ' P 9 6, .fe; ,K 5. Heap good smoke signals come from peace pipes. We as Fullerton Indians have proven during this past year that we are worthy of the reputation that ours is a peaceful and friendly reservation. In the following chronicle of the year ' s events we have attempted to show the importance of our activities in relation to the friendly atmosphere of the FUHS campus. We have en- deavored to moke known the activities in which the Ful- lerton tribe takes part that have put our reservation on the map. Locally, our reputation stems from the friendly relationship between the chiefs of the reservation, the students and the community. In this respect we are not faultless, but in projects like " Operation SOC " the In- dians worked to improve. Putting our campus on a coun- ty map was accomplished by such activities as GAA playdays where Fullerton girls met other girls from all over the county. Displays of both good sportsmanship and excellence in various fields gave Fullerton ' s reputation state-wide scope through such activities as boys ' athletics, dramatics and forensic work. On the national scene, Fullerton ' s accomplishments in the field most important to eventual international peace were displayed. That field — scholarship. Three students of the Fullerton tribe qualified as finalists in the National Merit Association Scholarship testing program. Five other Fullerton students received letters of commendation from the association. Fullerton ' s contributions to the attainment of world peace included sponsorship of two foreign exchange students, a clothing drive for the benefit of the needy citizens of Mexico and acting as foster parents for a young war orphan. To the Indian a peace pipe was symbolic of peace and friendliness. We feel that peace is an important goal of mankind and that we, the inhabitants of the FUHS reser- vation, should attempt to inspire others by what we have done toward that end. For these reasons we have chosen as the theme of the 1959 Pleiades " Peace pipes of the Indians. " - 1 ■- n n " 1 r J Tl L Jul B [R 1 O J ii-aa341 ' ' tMj; fi Administration 6-23 Seniors 24-57 Classes 58-103 Activities 104-127 Organizations 128-157 Special Events 158-177 Boys ' Sports 178-207 Girls ' Sports 208-227 Advertisements 228-245 The primary objective of school is to educate the students enrolled. Nothing is more basicto peace than understand- ing; understanding stems from knowledge. Seeking to help all students who wish to receive some of that know- ledge, our administrators are always occupied with work. Yet they too, display the friendly spirit of the Ful- lerton tribe. Their doors are open, their hands are extend- ed in welcome and their willingness to cooperate with and to help all members of the student body is always evident. fiBfld (lys Jomes Ratcliffe The Board of Trustees serves as the govern- ing body of the district and determines gen- eral school policies. Adding tw o new schools and planning for a third, the board has worked hard to form our educational pro- gram to fit the needs of all students. Herbert M, Wan SlfiflliS District administrators are responsible for super- vising all the schools in the district. These four men attend board meetings and endeavor to en- force the policies made by the board. Dr. Warburton, superintendent of schools, also served as executive secretary of the board. He resigned this year, after 14 years of service, to accept a post as associate superintendent of jun- ior college and adult education in the Los An- geles City Schools. Dr. T. Stanley V arburton endent of Fullerton Union High School and Fullerton Junior College Districts Logan Wheatley assistant superintendent John Mann administrative assi personnel Vi olloce Rtu ' cel administrative assistan business Donald C. Cruickshank, principal. n DO Another year has been added to the history of Fullerton Union High School — one of outstanding accomplish- ments in the fields of academic endeavors, student government, and cocurricular activities. Our school has again taken its place among the top schools of the nation. Many scholarships and awards have been garnered by our students in many fields. Better citizenship has been one of the goals of our school, with the sincere hope that a better community, state and nation will be the result. Students have been given the finest opportunity to de- velop initiative and self-reliance which should in return provide for a successful and happy future. Our very best wishes go with each and every student as he leaves Fullerton Union High School to further his education or to his place in the business or professional world. Best of luck! JjC!£MJ To the legendary Indian the peace pipe denoted acceptance and friendship. So, too, the Fullerton Indians have followed in their ancestors ' footsteps and have become knovi n as a friendly tribe. Among the tepees of our reservation and around our council fires tolerance, under- standing and unquestioning acceptance hove become traditional. dV ' fotk (to -ifyP ' ir) (to rs ■- " P) r UUl Every year leaves behind it things fond- ly to be remembered. This year has been indeed special in this respect. This was a year of challenges. This was a year that called upon the best in all of us. These challenges were met in the best Indian tradition. To the men and women of our commun- ities for their appreciation and gener- osity, to our Board of Trustees for their unselfish and tireless efforts, to my col- leagues and co-workers for their dedica- tion to the noblest profession of them all and to the finest student body any- where — my thanks and warmest wishes. r- t Arthur Lynn guidance coordinator ffliilDllS The harmonious functioning of Fullerton Union High School ' s academic and social programs was directed by our capable staff of coordin- ators. Milton Robertson child welfore and cttendan 1 n J U " n - ■ Stimulating students toward high school achieve- ment, guiding them toward the attainment of future goals, recommending solutions to their academic and personal problems, the counseling staff again this year helped to mold the men and women of tomorrow. Joel Dvorman Helena Schwartz sophomore counselo Josephine Murray k ' oL.ert Miller freshman and sopho it Lloyd Alford Ifi-, Helen Appy Leiand Arth James Bailey James Bass Lyal Baumgardne if i mk m James Bush William Campbell Dorothy Christianson g ' Norman Cottom Louise Cresto Cecil Cr Mm John Deal Hugo DeGroot Kl Mildred Denney John Dewey Eldred Douglas Martha Dunlay Donald Esl Vera Ferraris William Fiedderjoha Margaret Heuler James Mines George Holland Elwood Hopkir Margaret Horton Dorothy HunleyiU Duone Johnson Lindell Jones Ehzobeth Joy Margoret Kessler Lenore King .aM?1 1% Ernest Koch Emanuel Kuenzig Robert Lahey Clifford Lange Ray Lawyer Lew Levir Vol Linde William Lingenfelder Roger Logon Lawrence Loughn Matthew Montz Janet Matsuyama Edwm Mcintosh Grace Mille Floyd Moort kA William Newhard Lawrence O ' HanIo - Mary-Ann Rakoske Irene Randoll Barton Redferr Ruth Scott • Eleanor Sedgwick Roulette Shofronski Irmo Shroke Moxine ShuMz Jomes Moore George Morse Lawrence Myers David Skelly Roger Slo M, Harold Pohlod Leona Quigley James Reese Jake Robertson Aria Dell Smith Josephine Snyde 16 Paul Snyde Duane Sprout George Storm Spencer Stroder t 4 Elva Swofferi Gilbert Tucker Louise Vinsi ■f mk Ray Winter Robert Wood rr i ii Helen Wall H. M. Wareberg Margaret Zwick FACULTY NOT PICTURED George Archambeault Mary Virginia Davis Vernon Frederick Winifred Semans Y- T oC - " -5! ' " - ' V - — -a . - - - =£1 « f- ' - -Ck ' ■— ?Tq - Charles Boyd audio-visual services not pictured Elton W. Ward industrial education coordinator J R Lj R Orrington Ramsay Striving to maintain the high standards of the district and helping to develop nevi ap- proaches to meeting local educational needs, the work of our district coordinators is utili- zed by all of the three schools in the FUHS district. Clarence Szali owski John N. Reid direcfor of adult education. Herbert A. Carter coordinator evening high schools and evening junior college Eldon L. Rodieck coordinator extended day Adult education office, (left to right): Kathleen Metz, Betty Dunlap, Helen Zincke, Cleo Ketchem and Frances Maple. District secretories, (seated, left to right): Nolo Hatch, Donna Sherwood; (stand- ing, left to right) Phoebe Moulding, Betty McKinley, Luro Waldrip, Dorothea Bain, Harriet Wallace and Virginia Tannehill. Library clerks, (left to right): Elva Scholten, Nell Zi and Leila Flynn. ' 4 1 1 t It ■ Bookstore: Eleanor Campbell and Kathrien McCoy. idys Pembroke, Mary Frank, Cla Edith Shimming and Hazel Craig. Esther Dunham student body bookkeeper B J ljL pPM fL Business office, (left to right|: Edia Larson, Dee Farewell, Norene McCarl Jack Hewitt, Rita Picognc and Muriel Magnuson. iL, ■gn.ii IMII. Iv B Food services, (first row, left to right): Frances Worley, Helen Patterson, Mary Gibson, Barbara Nixon, " " ' = Goodwin, Flora Condiff; (second row) Dorothy McPherson, Stella Drott, Jencye England, Hazel ' °° Holbrook, Evelyn Mackjust, Eva Turmon, Rosalee Knapp and Helen Homiczewski. Custodians, (first row, left to right): Harold Bancroft, Rondol Price, Jess Hurtado, Lorry Reynoso, Hugh Taylor, Raymond Hoover; (second row) James Yates, Anson Crone, William Rosenberger, Ira Roberts, Glenn Ephrom, Boyn Mason; (third row) Arnold Caspers, Anton Schwartzenberger, George Miles and Walt Cawley. Carl Zehnpfennig auditorium caretaker Charles Droit head of operations and maintenance tenonce crew, (first row, left to right): Vintor Doniels, Leon Mansfield, Charles Drott; (sect nce Belknap, J. A. Mognuson, J. N. Shober, John Krupel, Woll Frederick, Phillip Aeschlii Lee, E. B. Howard, R. L, Stonebreaker, Chuck Meeks, nd row) Gene Dell, Jimmy Glidewell, C, Vonderburg, Paul Black; (third row) Clarence Kinney, Earl Ridge- ion, Paul J, Lewis, Bob Stuht; (fourth row) Don Fry, Williom Coburn, Ed Updike; (fifth row) Palmer Jorgen Pot Patterson ond Charles Hezmalholch. Ed Sullivan, Howard Stonebroker, Del Borden, Bus drivers, (first row, left to right): Dean Bayard, Ron Graham and Harold Craig; (second row) Don Suycott, Tom Reid, Chuck Rust, Bill Harris, Jim Adams and George Lavacot. Harold Keller head of tronsportatic Carolyn Shubert i girls- gyn- boys ' gym attendant Plant office, (left to right): Louise Fitsimmons and Myrtle Neoily Among the senior Indians donning caps and gowns in June are two foreign exchange students. Sponsored by FUHS these new tribe members were brought to Fuller- ton for the year through the American Field Service to help promote world understanding. We are proud to have two additional fine Indians on campus. V i vi ► tn With her sunny smile an cheery hello, Lesley maoe many lasting friendships cr FUHS. Through her octive partic- potion in GAA, she earner an honorary position on tf-e GAA cabinet and membe ' - ship in Big F. Upon thought of leaving Ful- terton for her home in New Zealand, Lesley hod this ' : say, " Although it ' s time fe- me to say goodbye, I ' ll jus " leave with these few words . . . see you again sometime best of luck and thanks for everything. " ?igrr£ a pv ' ial, sparls-lDvmg -renchman, quickly Ddnpted T3 our Amerlcnn customs, Al- " hough footbdl! was com- 3 ! jr uil i ly ne» ' to him, he attended the anmss and grew to le om nvld fnn. As on ncn»ra Tremfeer of IliSf club, French dub World tendship club and student .xjrijj|i-ess, he gained tscog- -irtion on our compLS. isrre says that hs vsrt 1B Amsrirai has i sn very m- teresfcng and rsivarding, and someday he would lifcs to rD— le aganx Four years of work culminated for fejh Bamgf at groduation exercises, where she was prgsgnt- sd OS the 1959 valedictorian, Beth was com- mended for her scholastic standing prsvlousfy m the year whan the National s Tt Scholarship Association awarded her o certificate of marft. During her senior ysar Beth served as □ stuifent court (ustics, and was an oc ve iremfcer of PteV ods and GAA, B h Inlands to take a literal arts course m col- lege, and enter into elerrenlory teaching. LESLEY ANN ADAMS Forensics 4 exchange student GAA 4 PUANANIE A. AKINA GAA 2,4, mgr, 3 giris ' advanced chorus Featherettes 4 CAROL ANZEVINO girls ' league NANCY CHRISTINE ADKISSON TERRY AGGERS STEPHEN AKERLY girls ' league v. p. water polo 2,3,4 boys " league Big F swimming 1,2,3,4 Thespians boys ' league RICHARD R. ALBERT basketball 1,2,3 FBLA student c JOYCE ELLEN APGAR Y-Teens 2,3, service chmn. 4 student congress 4 Weekly Pleiades 4 MARY LYNN ANDERSON GAA 1,2,3, cabinet 4 Big F 3, pres. 4 ICC 4 ANITA ARCE girls ' league BOB ANTONIK Hi-Y 1,2 boys ' league REED BACKMAN boys ' league 28 DON BALL MICHAEL JOE BALSTON EMER DEVIRL BARFUSS boys ' leogje FFA 1,2 Hi-Y 2,4, pres. 3 FFA treas. 3, v. p. 4 Bunsen Burners 3 boys ' league Latin club 2,3 BETH BARNET NANCY BARR Youth for Christ girls ' league student court justice 4 Pleiads 1,2,4 BARBARA K. BENDER school organist 4 Y-Teens 4 water show 4 DON BESSELIVRE French club 1,2 Hi-Y 2,3 football 2 ELIZABETH ANNE BARWICK freshmo in class treas. Loti in club 3 Bunsen Burners v.p. 1 • ' - ,■:■,; - ?S PATRICIA ANN BENNETT senior class treas. GAA 1,2,3,4 Y-Teens 1,3 JUDY ANNE BARNES sekly Pleiade; i asst. ed. 4 dress board 1,4 Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4 LYNDA BEDFORD Featherettes 3,4 transfer student NANCY ANN BERRY Pleiads 1 Idakas 4 Spanish club 3,4 ROBERTA BETHEL SYLVIA JANE BEYER JENNIE BIONDO Drama club 3 GAA 2,3 girls ' league GAA 1 French club 1,2 dress board 3 FBLA 2 MARYANN BLACK Idakas 4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 GAA DAVE BLANKMEYER FFA 1,2,4, pres. 3 redskin review ICC 3 NICK BOICOURT boys ' league DAVE BOIES life member CSF Forensics 4, treas. 2, pres. Hi-Y 3, v.p. 2, pres. 4 NANCY LEE BOLTON KAY BONSEY Pleiads 1,2,3,4 Girls ' State rep. 3 orchestra 1,2,3,4 yell leader 3, head 4 girls ' league sec. 4 Homecoming queen 4 KAREN KAY BOOTH JULIE SUSANNE BOUCHIER flcgtwirler 4 girls ' league pres. 4 girts ' league rep. 3 GAA 1,2,3, Big F Pleiads 1,3,4, sec. 2 Pleiads 1,2,3,4 JUDITH RAE BROOKS iris ' league class council 4 GAA 1,2,3,4 student congress 1 ,2 30 LEANNE BROTHERS BARBARA BROWN LINDA BROWN girls ' league rep. 4 Feotherettes 3 girls ' chorus 1,2,3 student congress 2,3 GAA 2 assembly committee 3 Pleiads 1,2,3,4 Drama club I Feotherettes 3,4 LINDA BROWN girls ' league BOB BURCHIT Pleiads 4 Eight Men of Song 2,3,4 concert choir 2,3,4 PHILLIP W. BURRUSS boys ' league ANNi: ; i- ' _.;-NER PIERRE MICHEL BRUNEAUX JOHN J, BU_ girls ' league student congress 4 football 3 Key club 4 track 4 French club sec. 4 swimming 1 BILL BUSH JUDY BUTLER student body v.p. 4 DAR award student court justice 3 student court 3. chief justi football 1,2,3,4 Homecoming attendant CHARLOHE BYERRUM BILLY CARLE Annual Pleiades 2 boys ' league Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 girls ' league ROBERT J. CARTER GORDON A. CHRISTOPHERSON GARY CLARK Key club 2,3, sec. 4 FBLA 2,3, v.p. 4 boys ' league Hi-Y 1,2,3, v.p. 4 Science club Weekly Pleiades bus. mgr. 4 boys ' league BEVERLY CARPENTER DEAN CARTER girls ' leogue concert choir 2,3 Bunsen Burners 4 Pleiads JANET SUE CLARK Mello-Aires 2,3,4 girls ' chorus 2,3,4 girls ' league R. BRUCE CLARK Hi-Y 1,2,3 Bunsen Burners pres. 4 Key club 4 JOHN COLIANNI boys ' league football LEO CONNOLLY FFA 2 boys ' league KENNETH COLLINS boys ' league GINA CONRAD girls ' league MICHAEL CLAY DONNA JEAN CLODT FFA 2,3,4 Latin club 2 baseball 1,2 Bunsen Burners 2 boys ' league World Friendship club JUDY COMBS Pleic ds 2,3 rally co mmittee 3 Feathe 1 rettes 4 1 y DANIEL E. CONTRERAS swimming 1,2,3,4 Pleiads 2 waterpolo 1,2,3,4 HAROLD COFFER French club 2,3,4 Pleiads boys ' league PHIL CONLIFFE football 2,3 track 2,3 boys ' league PATRICIA KAY COOPER girls ' league Spanish club 3 concert choir 2,4 ROD COOPER CAROL COPENHAVER DOLORES LOUISE CORNELL DAN CORNWELL Latin club 2 Drama club 1,2,3 FBLA 1,2,3 basketball 1,2,3,4 student congress 2 Forensics 1,3 Ski club 4 track 2,3,4 boys ' leogue French club 1,2,3 girls ' league student congress 1 JUDITH COURSON girls ' league ROBERT CRAWFORD band 1,2,3,4 boys ' league CAROL CR05SWHITE pub. relations chmn. 4 Pleiads KATHRYN DALTON Y -Teens student congress Spanish club 4 ROBERT D. CUNNINGHAM boys ' league PATRICIA DALTON yell leader 4 GAA sec. 2 Pow Wow attendant 1 DON DAVIES water polo 1 ,2 Spanish dub 3 student congress 1 ,2 MARILYN DeSPAIN songleoder Annual and Weekly Pleiades 4 GAA 1,3,4, rep. 2 -ONALD DAVIES Hi-Y 1,3, v.p. 2, pub. mgr. 4 Latin dub 3,4 Pleiads LYNN ELLEN DECKER DANIEL DEJONG girls ' league boys ' league LEONARD DICKEY student body treas. 4 foreign exchange student cross country 33 SHIRLEE ELLIOn girls ' league STEVE ERWIN boys ' league pres. 4 Ski club 4 band 1,3 GARY E. FARMER boys ' chorus 1,2 Blue Notes 2 concert choir 3,4 KATHLEEN MARY FARR Annual Pleiades 3,4 Latin club 2,3,4 GAA 2,3 DIANNE FOGLE Ski club 2 French club 3 Drama club 3 LAVELLE FOOS yell leader 4 Big F 3,4 GAA 2,3,4 JERRILYN FRARY FFA sweetheart 4 GAA 1,2,3, cabinet 4 Teen Toppers 4 JOHN FRICK World Friendship club 2,3, p. 4 Hi-Y 1,3, pres. 2 student body finance 4 LINDA JEAN FULLER BILL GALLAWAY CAL GARNICA MIKE GARRITY World Friendship club 2,3, t. 4 band 2,3 Spanish club 3 boseball 2,3,4 girls ' league class council 4 pep band 2,3,4 boys ' league basketball 2,3,4 Weekly Pleiades 4 orchestra 2,3,4 boys ' athletic mgr. JULIE GEANEY Pow Wow atrendent 3 student congress 3,4 Y-Teen treas. 4 RICHARD GERNES boys ' league CARLA GITHENS girls ' league TIM GIVENS football 1,2,4 baseball 1,2,3 ophomore class pres. JH Jli DAVID NIEL GORMAN band 1,2,3,4 Hi-Y 1 boys ' league ROBERT GOSNEY cross country 3,4 trock 3,4 Hi-Y 1,2,4 ROBERT C. GIBBONS swimming 3 basketball 1,2,3 football 2,3 KATHLEEN ANNE GOODWIN Y-Teens 2,3,4 GAA 1,2,3,4 student congress 1,2 CAROL GRAHAM Y-Teens 4 Ski club 4 GAA 4 JIM R. GILKERSON boys ' league SANDRA LEE GORHAM GAA 1,4 Annual Pleiades 4 Y-Teenl 1,2,3,4 AIDA GRANADOS girls ' league MERLENE GRAYBILL PATRICIA LYN GREENE NANCY GREY SHARON GRIMM freshman girls ' chorus FBLA 4 girls ' leogue mojorette 3 dvonced girls ' chorus 2 water show 4 flog twirler 4 GAA 4 girls ' league GAA 1,2,3, Big F4 36 BARBARA GULYAS Spanish club 3 Idakas 4 GAA 4 DOUG HANKINS football 1,2,3,4 track 1,2,3,4 Varsity club 2,3,4 MICHAEL HARRISON football 1,2 Key club 3,4 MM PENNY GUTH RITA GUZMAN Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 girls " league Spanish club 3, sec. 4 LAUREL HANSEN FBIA 2,3,4 Idakas 4 Pleiads 3,4 RONNIE HARRISON boseball 3,4 cross country 3,4 Spanish club 4 FRANK L. HARRIGAN FBLA 2,4, pres. 3 water polo 1 football 2 MARC HANGSLEBEN boys " league CHOLETTE HARRINGTON Big F dress board chmn. 4 Skylarks 2,3,4 MILANE HARVEY SHARRON RAE HAUGEN transfer student student congress 1 ,2 Annual Pleiades 4 Travel club 3 girls " league GAA 1,2,3,4 KATHERIN HAUTER CAROL HAWLEY DANIEL HAYMOND GRETCHEN HEHN girls " league boys ' league Pleiads 2,3,4 Ice Caps 2,3, treas. 4 Art club 4 DIANE WRAY HOPKINS Ski club 3,4 Latin club 2,3 GAA 3,4 JACK HOUSLEY boys ' league JANET HOPPER girls ' league IRENE HOWIE girls ' league KATHIE HORN Idakas Y-Teens 3, overall pub. chm. 4 student congress SHARON HUBBARD ol Pleiades 4 ■ally committee 4 dress board 2 MARTIN HORVATH boys ' league 38 JOHN JACOBY boys ' league 1 " THOMAS JEFFERS boys ' league SANDRA JOHNSON girls ' league SHARON KELLY girls ' league GORDON JAHR football 1,2 boys ' league liJil V DICK JENNINGS student body pres. 4 Latin club pres. 3 football 1 NANCY LOU JONES Y-Teens 2,3,4 Weekly Pleiades 4 dvonced girls ' chorus 2 DAVID JAMES track 3 boys ' league ELLEN JENSEN Annual Pleiades 4 Y-Teens 4 MARK ELLIOTT KABACY tennis 2,3 French club 2,3, treas. 4 Ski club 3,4 DENNIS JANSSENS boys ' league PAT JOBE GAA 1,2, sec. student congre Y-Teens 4 GERALD KAVANAGH boys ' league PAULINE KING girls ' league MARY KINIETZ Idakas 4 Y- Teens 1,2,3, over-all v.p. 4 student court clerk 3 MARILYN KLINGENBERG FBLA 3,4 GAA I FTA 2 DENNIS KINNETT Drama club 1,2,3 Latin club 1,2,3 Thespians 2,3,4 ELSA GAY KIRKER FBLA 1,2,4 Junior Red Cross 3,4 Teen Toppers 1 ,2 ANDY KLEIN Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 Hi-Y council pres. 4 Latin club 1,2,3 Mh. SANDRA JEANNE KLINGENBERG French club 1 girls ' chorus 1 GAA 2 ALICE KNIGHT Y-Teens 1,2,3, over-all treos. 4 girls " league cabinet 4 GAA 1,2,3, Big F 4 RICHARD KNIGHT boys ' league JULIE A. LANDSTAD ANNE LANGSTON LARRY LARSEN GARY LARSON girls ' league pub. chmn. Drama club 2,3,4 band 1,2,3,4 football 2,3,4 Teen Toppers treos. Thespians 4 orchestra 2,3,4 basketball 1,2,3,4 girls ' league class council 3 Forensics 4 pep bond 1,2,3 baseball 2,3,4 I LORETTA M. LASKY Annual Pleiades 4 girls ' league BETTY LAWSON girls " league JUDY LeBLANC girls ' league MERRY LU LINDQUIST girls ' league ALICE MARIE L05SNER Pleiads 3 TERRY LEONARD track 1 boys ' league LORRAINE LOBO rally committee 4 Art club 4 Featherettes JOHN D. LUCAS concert choir 2,3,4 Eight Men of Song 2,3,4 track 1,4 NANCY LEVER girls ' league ALFRED LOEBLICH boys ' league MARK LUND boys ' league KENNY LECK basketball 3 Spanish club 3.4 swimming 1 LUCILLE LINALE girls ' league JACK LOSMANN yell leader 3,4 Key club 3,4 student congress 2,3 JANET LUNDE Mello-Aires GAA FBLA KITTY LYONS French club 1,2 student congress 1,2 Drama club 1,2,3 GAIL MARSELLE MAAS transfer student girls ' league GWENDOLYN MAAS transfer student girls ' league ELIZABETH MAORIS Featherettes 4 Y-Teens 4 girls ' league JOANNE MANNELL Y-Teens 4 assembly committee 4 DIAN MARKEY girls ' league DINA MARPLE Latin club 2,3,4 Y-Teens 1,2,4 watershow 4 PAUL MARTIN track 2,3,4 football student congrt RICHARD MARTIN boys ' league LEE MARTINEAU football 4 boys ' league MARY ADELE MASON GAA 1,2,3,4 junior class treas. Latin club 2 JOHN L. MATHEWS student congress 3 boys ' league CAROL MATHEY GAA 4 Ski club 4 girls ' league CAROL MAULDING GAA pres. 4 ' ow Wow attendant 2 Big F 3,4 CAROL BETH ' McARTHUR Spanish club 3 Drama club 3 GAA 4 GAYLA McCANLES girls ' league BOBBIE McCANN girls ' leogue JACKIE JEAN MESSICK FBLA 4 Youth for Christ 3 girls ' league MISSY McCarthy BARBARA McCAULEY PATRICIA McCORMICK atin club 2,4, v. p. 3 girls ' league class council 4 Idakas 3,4 Annual Pleiades 4 transfer student senior class v. p. student court 4 girls ' league FBLA 2, v.p. 3 LINDA JUNE McDERMOn ANNE McDUELL student body social chmn. 4 girls ' chorus T Forensics 2,3,4 FHA pres. 4 Y-Teens 4 FBLA 4 DARRELYN McGAVRAN LOIS McGUIRE girls chorus 1 girls ' league FTA 3 concert choir 3,4 VALERIE JANE MICHEL Annual Pleiades edil Pleiads 1,2,3,4 Buffums ' Young Can DAN MILLER rsity basketball 4 transfer student boys ' league JERRY MOORES footboll 1,2,3,4 track 1,2,3 basketball 1 I JEAN MORRIS concert choir 2 FBLA 1,3 girls ' league GAY NAAKE girts ' leogue DOROTHY MORA girls ' league C . h m DAVID MORTON football 2,3,4 track 2,3,4 Varsity club 4 GLENDA SUE MORASKI GAA 1 FBLA 2 girls ' league MICHAEL ROBERT MOREHOUSE football mgr. baseball mgr. Bunsen Burners JOELEEN MULQUEEN girls ' league mi MARGARET MYERS girls ' league WALDO NANCE junior class pres. waterpolo 1,2,3 swimming 1,2,3 DWIGHT NAPIER boys ' league SUEANNE NAPIER FHA 1,2 FBLA 1 girls ' league JANET NASON Pleiads 2,3,4 Teen Toppers 3,4 French ciub 1,2,3 VIRGINIA JEAN NAYLOR GAA Y-Teens concert choir 2 LeROY NEAL varsity cross country 1,2,3,4 varsity track 2,3,4 Varsity club 1,2,3, sec.-freas. 4 EMMA NEGRETE girls ' league PAUL NEIDHARDT boys ' league MARY NELSON GAA 2 girls ' league BONNIE NEWHOUSE GARY NIELSEN girls ' league Pleiads orchestra 1,2,3,4 Science club 3 LINDA JOYCE NORTON girls ' league NORMAN F. NUSSLE basketball 2,3 football 3 boys ' league DICK ODLE DENNIS ODONNELL Art club transfer student Thespians 2,3,4 boys ' league com. 1,2,3, tech. dir . 4 NANCY OLDHAM French club 4 girls ' league HELEN MARIE PARKER LEONARD EUGENE PARSONS STEVE PATCHEN Mello-Aires 4 FBLA 2,3,4 boys ' league band 1,2,3,4 Travel club 3,4 GAA 1,2,3,4 Stamp club 2,3 RICHARD PATTERSON waterpolo 2,3,4 football 2 Key club 4 SANDRA PECAN girls ' league PETE PESTAL boys ' league SHARON PETKE I girls ' league treas. 4 1 GAA 1,2,3, Big F 4 Idakos 3, v.p. 4 j BARBARA PHARRIS girls ' league cabinet 3 Teen Toppers 1,2,3, pres. 4 ICC pres. 4 MARJORIE RAE POTIER Big F 3, treas. 4 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 DWAYNE PHELPS football 1,2,3 basketball 1,2,3 track 1,2,3 RALPH PHILLIPS boys ' league LYNNE PILCHARD litis ' league friend, chmn. 4 senior class play 3 Indian Ice Caps pres. 3 PADDY PRESCOTT Hortlecoming attendant 2 Skylarks 2 FBLA social ctimn. 3 GATHA PRICE CAROLYN ANN QUALLS FHA 2, pres. 3 ICC 3 Drama club 1 BARBARA QUICK girls ' league GRETA RANEY girls ' league MICKEY RICHARDSON football 1,2,3 track 2,3 basketball 1,2 BARBARA ROBERTS girls ' league JUDY LEE QUIGLEY MARGARET RAMIREZ MARY M. RAMIREZ FBLA 2,3 FBLA 4 Spanish club pres. girls ' league GAA 4 FBLA 4 girls ' league GAA 2,3,4 ANN YOST RANK girls ' league cabinet 3 Y-Teen sec. 2 over-all Y-Teen pres. 4 ?? r ' l PAULINE RICKETT Pleiads 2, se student body LINDA RODDAM JOANNE RAPP song leader 4 flagtwider 3 league rep. 2 SANDRA BEE REYNOLDS Y-Teens 3,4 Pleiads 1,2 GAA 1,2,3,4 CAROL ANN RITZMAN FBLA 1,2,3, pres. 4 Skylarks 2 concert choir 2,3,4 BENNY A. RIVERA track 2,3,4 cross country 3,4 boys ' league JESSIE RODRIQUEZ GA A 2,3,4 FBLA 4 girls ' league JOHNENE ROE Feotherettes 3 sophomore class v. p. GAA 1,3,4 JEAN ROGERS Forensics 2,3,4 Pleiads 1,2,3, pre; GAA 1,4 DIANE ROSS Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 Annual Pleiades 3 Featherette leader 4 GREGORY ROSS INEZ MAGDALENO RUBALCAVA boys ' league girls ' league GARY RUSSELL football 1,2,3 track 2 GARY SALLEE waterpolo 1,2,3,4 swimming 1,2,3,4 Ski club 3, pres. 4 JIM SALMON Willie Ugh 4 issembly committee 3 Art club 3, pres. 4 JUDY SALSTROM Spanish club 3, treas. 4 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 DAVID SCHEESLEY boys ' league FRANK SCHMIDT boys ' league RICHARD SCHONER boys ' league CAROLYN SCOTT Idakos 4 Latin club 2 GAA 1,2,3,4 MARILYNN SEEIBACH Featherettes 3 World Friendship club 4 Ice Caps 4 JANET SHAW Pleiads 3,4 FBLA 2,3, sec. 4 Weekly Pleiades 4 ■ 1. CARLEEN SIMONSON Weekly Pleiades 2,3, ed. GAA 1,2, Big F 3,4 Idakas 4 MICHAEL SELLERS boys ' league HAL SHELLER Pleiads 3,4 wrestling 1,2,3,4 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 w ■ boys ' league 79k L I KENT SMITH pep band 3,4 band 3,4 orchestra 2,4 RICHARD SHAM football 3 cross country 2 ntramurol basketball BRYDON SHIRK Skylarks 2,3,4 Eight Men of Song 2,3,4 Art club 4 LUCY ANN SILVA GAA 3 student congress girls league SYDNEY MYRLE SIMPSON Skylarks 4 concert choir 4 Y-Teens 4 DONNA 5KELT0N girls ' league BOBBIE ANN SNAPP FBLA concert choir girls ' league STAN SPRAGUE waterpolo 1,2,3,4 swimming 1,2,3,4 Varsity club 3,4 PAT STAFFORD FBLA 1 Ski club 3 girls ' league SHERRY ANNE STEFFES Latin club 2 GAA 1,2,3, his. 4 Big F 3, sec. 4 BARBARA STOCKTON girls ' league JOAN STIFFLER girls ' league PATRICIA STONE girls ' league 50 ELEANOR LOUISE STREET World Friendship club 2 FBLA 3 girls ' league CAROLYN SWEN50N girls ' league 5 ?- -• ) - J m PHYLLIS TAYLOR girls- league ROBERT THOMASON boys ' league DENNY SWIDEN boys ' league FRED TETRAULT boys ' league DAVE TANDE baseball 2 boys ' league KENNETH THOMPSON boys ' league RAYMOND THOMPSON boys ' league GARY STROSCHEIN DONALD SULLIVAN RICHARD SUTHERLAND FBLA 2 boys ' league student congress 1 ,2 boys ' league tennis 1,3 football 3 MICHAEL TANNYHILL boys ' league ANNA THAHELD HARRIET GAIL THOMAS Vi ' orld Friendsliip club 3 GAA 2,3,4 Spanish club 4 Big F 4 girls ' league girls ' league DIANE TIELROOY GAA 1,2,3, mgr. 4 Idakos Big F 3,4 ANN TOBIAS band 3,4 Ice Cops 3 French club 3,4 GEORGA TRODD girls ' league WILLIAM VANDERGRIFF boys ' league ROY TOWER boseball 1,2,3,4 Key Club senior class pres. GERALDINE TOWNSEND girls ' league JAMES TROELLER track 4 cross country 4 FBLA 2 SUSAN TROWBRIDGE girls ' league DOTTIE VASVARY GAA 1,2, cabinet 3,4 Feotherettes Big F 3,4 YOLANDA VIRAMONTES Feotherettes 4 GAA 2,3,4 girls ' league LORA TREZISE girls ' chorus 1 concert choir 2 girls ' league REED GUS TURNER Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 Ski club 1,4 boys ' league PAM VOSGIER World Friendship club 4 FBLA 4 Y-Teens 4 I PETE H. WAD5W0RTH track 2 boys ' league LINDA WALDRON girls ' league CHARLES WALKER boys ' league JW JSkJ RAYMOND WALLACE WILLIAM WALLACE boys ' league NANCY JEAN WALSH student congress 4 FBLA 2 Latin club 3 LEONA WELCH FBLA 4 Ski club 1,2 GAA 1 KENNETH WELLS boys ' league JUDITH WHALLEY Teen Toppers 1 ,2 Drama club 1,2 GAA 3,4 Featherettes 4 Spanish club 4 PATRICIA WALSH MARGIE THOMPSON WARE RICHIE WATTS BRIAN LEE WEBER JOAN MARILYN WELCH girls ' league class council 3 football 1,2,3,4 boys ' league FBLA 2,3,4 FBLA 3 track 1,2,3,4 Ice Cops 1,2 Photography club 4 Varsity club 2,3, pres . 4 GAA 1 BLAINE WILKINSON track 1,2,3,4 cross country 1,2,3,4 Hi-Y 1,2,3 SHARON LEE WILLIAMS TED WILLOUGHBY FBLA 2, treas. 3 Drama club 4 Spanish club 3,4 fall play 4 student congress 1,2,3 French club 4 BARRY WILSON EDNA WILSON tennis 1,2,3,4 Big F waterpolo 1,2,3 FTA 1 FFA i, V p 2,3, sent. 4 GAA 1,2, mgr. 3, v-p. 4 JEANNE WILSON LINDA R. WILSON Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 FTA 1,2 Annual Pleiades 2,3 GAA 1,2,3,4 student congress 1,2,3 girls ' league JOHNNIE WOKURKA STEPHEN WOLF track 1,2,3,4 boys ' league cross country 2,3 boys ' league DIANE WOODS Latin club 2 Junior Red Cross 4 GAA 2,3,4 54 FERRIS LEE WORDEN JOAN ALLYN WRIGHT KATHLEEN YORK boys ' league French club 1,2,3,4 GAA 3,4 FTA 1,2,3,4 Spanish club 3, v.p. World Friendship club 3,4 Drama club 3 RICHARD YOUNG boys ' league RONNIE YOUNG boys ' league JOAN ZACCAGNINO girls ' league FRITZ ZWICK varsity football 2,3,4 iity basketball 2,3, copl Key club 4 Seniors not pictured; EDWIN BAGLEY ROBERT BALL MICHAEL BROWN EDWARD CADDOW JULIE CHAVEZ KENNY CROSSWHITE DON GILBERT JOSEPH GIRANDA TED LADD OTIS McCOY R05WITHA MOLLICH JOHN NOBLE MIKE SINGER LANNY STEVENS DAVID STUMETZ In Memoriam Roy Graham Harold White Not one, but all of the classes on the FUHS reservation spent their free hours collecting used but usable clothes to be sent to the needy families of Mexico. Helping our friends south of the border exemplified the Fullerton spir- it of friendship and acceptance. ' Jim Patrick president (15 Joan O ' Brian vice-president secretary Jane Esterly treasurer I 1 Abtxjrt Corolin P r ' Joonie Aiiordi Koren Barker Shirley Barnard Shotfon Bir Sv V - David Aeschlin k ' ' f © wr ■Vn. «SI| m Beverly Bliss Sie e Bradford !udy Brondenburg Carolyn Sfondon ti g jQ Crarienbufg Slurly Ciawford David Crelto! Djone Davis Bonnie Day ' AV If fl -1 Elizabeth Did V Aflofsho Dodgen Kolhy Donham t f P ? £ f Jone Esterly David Evans Ralph Forrell Ronald Fensler Rocky Ferranfe Frances Fleschner Barboro Florida Pete flower Dototh 3 ■ ■■ Hunt Judy I Dennis John: f% Vernon Jockson 1 u fi ' B f Tom Pringle Nancy I H w Reoding Joe Redingei Gary ReJnert Brooke Rei vS? Robles Alice Rockw .i- Foy Rodriguez Sue Roesner Pot Roessel a Carol Schoeffer 4 V V v © Suo Sonofold Mickey Shorp : Bruce Swenson JoAnn Swift Rosie Telle: feJ Si daw ' Street Davjd Sni. ' » v Alice Stupl.ck Pete Sturgeon m ft Potrick Stewart I Stutheit Bill Stwolley Glenn Thompson Sharon Thompson HP JoAfin Ttavoglia 3f! Donna Ulery Bobby ' If Bonnie Vonderborg Joy ' s. Donna Wall Ronal ' - J Linda Wofefs Diana Wesely Prudy Wheelei Cindy Wildhogen 5hir Hits 9 srbora Winiecke Lin f a I York Carol Zaccagnin IN MEMORIAM II [ItlES D ny Plav;_castand stage crew, (first row, left to right): Mr. George Archambeault, Ted Willoughby, Charlotte Ma Tomahell second row) Dick Odie, Rand Lugor, Mike McGerty, Ronnie Shaheen, Don Gibbs ; (third row) Dove Crettol, Eugene Cook, Anne Wright, Bobbie McConn, Linda Donaldson; (fourth row) Jim Engle, Gwen Lowe, Suson Bellairs and Bobbie Runge. Orderly Rand Lugar Yank Ted Willoughby Digger Ronnie Shaheen Kiwi Kent Theroff Blossom Dick OdIe -temmy [ onGibbs Margaret Charlotte Morciano Colonel Mike McGerty Lochlen Bill Campbell ou RES Sandy Campbel treasurer IS k Ww idith Anderson A. " ■ Diane Bealey J James Bell Suson Bellair Benfley Sally Beougher Joyce Berlencourt Vickie Bockeberg Cop n : Bellinger Carolyn Bennett Chorles Boye ' Michoet Boyer Dovid Garten Call Linda Callal Molly Compbell Sond Campbel Teresa Cano IIR CherJe Chapman Dorothy ( iP SH Bevorly Chfitlophof I Ciavaglia Tom Clapp Donno Clary Tom Cllr P£ .AN f O FrankJe Sue Da Benito Donaghey Pal Doyle Fted ! ; iil Dennis Erkeneff Tom Erv ii Hi f Ai» j • Fay Cofolyn Fears Sandra Fen; m Gory Frydenlund Linda fygiM Tony I f t0f f Sheila Gentle Cafliy Ger 6lf il I Gomel Steve Com Poiflcia Gonzolet Judy Ooodboi dy Polly ( I Goltfriod Eihol Gough BHf 1B£Q ludy Johnson Betty . B . IS Donna KeDh Judith Keith indel Dew Mory Knight Phillip Know . L I Randall Long Vordo Longenocker Corry Loopo Gnorga I Qf If iif a Lucien Miner - c I Moroles Ray ' Loretto AAortes Carh w ElvQ Nava m QB m Peek Noimon Penti f ■ Pesta) Dale Peike © Rosemary Roberts S Jackie Robertsor s £t f 6 Dennis Sanders Larry Sawyer ■ Scott Kathleen Scribner Peggy Scale Pot Shade lorry Shanr h iM Corky Smith Kennerh Sm i f S35 fi.ta David Sotelo Carroll Spain Ronold Standlay Linda Stepp Roberta Stewart w :4 A Siuort David Stui | iii»fM B i-K I Wolker Sondia vv ' Cheryl Thoyer Joonne Theelge Dionno Tl.-.J .W«H Vis ' V Korhleen Weddle Todd Wells J r Corolyn Vandergritf George Vondergr-fl leotley Corl 85 t Zompelli Lynn Zin r Wynne Pennie Yoder Pot York Morylyne Young m 86 Dl) m J- . fflEEOffl Cathie Staffon treasurer IIP %,y. Beverly Bow. ll S: c ' F i !P 2U CvC VN. • irC L?f. " Ralph Coopor Kay Cora Ip 1 w AVi rt A Margarel Gordea w HP Debbie Gaylon A « [ " P HI M 1 P f s: Nod Groiliong Dennis Guttaf: f. fc - r f Manho Himrod Connie Hoffm ) John Hopion Koren Horrocks i Johnson . . I pii f Cheryl Kuhn Jeonne landstod 1 f Pot long Alici w ' .• Collette Lynch :? W.W . Vv ' ?ii A • Coy Mickey McGill ih. :]i si Dianne Moschin Bonnie Mourits Coihy i Michoel Mayernick = Rulh Mclntyre Sandro McKinzie Robert Mclean Susan McMohon Judy McMictiael . .. i Dennis Miller Jonis Chfiofi Moberg Pomelo Moerl w 1 1 W fc» v ; H P Judith P,.ce Tom Prlngle J .U MT t-mK SI PHI C x ' j Terry Rondell w w Caroline Pother a ■ Sonfilippo Donno Schai :: ] Connie Schnoor M fL. . il€ ' f Cofolyn Spvchr Dick Sp«nce Cheri Slonn Icr Smolljfeed Bob Smith Undo Srnoli Penny Smoot " ' - -I - ... r, 1 iA,„.._„ r. iM , Pomeb Weber Don Webster f Kerry Whispel Lindo Whitney " k tk. A. ¥■! ) 4 ulf Tom Wylii - ' :;i IN MEMORIAM Ford Tucker 1 Sfc ' CIFfosm lalein Fin Tribe Takes iffo r ' " " rtUndaleln Fina s, " ' »-nia i afe ;f,: d Centennial B» — T»-- • ' iSf - Kc ton We Indians are fortunate to hove as part of our com- munication system the Weekly Pleiades. Complaints are not censored, and opinions can be freely expressed in the paper. All of the members of the student body are given the opportunity to gain an understanding of cam- pus issues. Understanding and peace walk hand in hand; thus our Pleiades is another symbol of the peace pipes of the Indians. . t: tS , ..- i {C£.iC- ' ;; == - fe !»■ «K. Using as 1959! " , R tto: Let s stay on the line in Ifennings, through his office of student bodf president, has led the student body in one of oi most successful years. He presided over executr e board meetings and assemblies, attended Orange County leadership and C.A.S.C. conferences pnd because of his wonderful friend- liness with advisors and fellow students, brought the student Tjody to a closer relationship during 4iaJia5a-J.9i9-4chool. year. - — Pauline Rickett secretary lill Bush ■ice-president Leonard Dickey The student body officers, through their leadership ability and their outstanding accomplishments, have certainly helped to make this a successful year. Their de- termination to do the best job possible is greatly appreciated by the student body. Linda McDermott social chairman Nancy AdkJsson acting president GIRintflGUEOfflCffiS Beginning the year with the big and little sister party, a success- ful welcome to all freshmen girls, the girls ' league cabinet was also responsible for the activities such as the mother and daugh- ter banquet, the girl-date dance and enjoyable league assem blies. Cabinet members, (first row, left to riynri ,nn i-rivett, Ginger McCauiey, Susa Harvey, Cliolelte Harrington, Fay Rodriguez; (second row] Alice Knight, Lynn Pilctiard, Maureen McCoy, Noncy Moore, Julie Landstad and Sharon Smith. Presiding over the boys ' league and representing the boys of the student body on the executive board, was the boys ' league president, Steve Er- win. Among the activities sponsored by the boys ' league this year were the father-son banquet, the car show, a playnight, various food sales, traffic safety conventions and league assemblies. The boys ' league Neal and Steve Er abineT included (left to right); Jim Harrington, Leroy Befh Barnet associate justice II The purpose of the student court is to help students realize and understand the need for following the rules and reg- ulations of the student body. Interpret- ing the student body constitution is an- other responsibility of the six associate justices, headed by Chief Justice Judy Butler. Mary Ellen Cvengrt associate justice Tom Duff associate justic Shirley Wildma Buz Beazley, bailiff [Xl - 1 J VI - - - R Members of the 1958-1959 executive b Simonson, Weekly Pleiades editor; Paul! Crosswhite, public relations chairman; Carol Moulding, GAA president; Leslie [third row) Leonord Dickey, student body treasurer; Brod Doi Steve Erwin, boys ' league president; Bill Bush, student body ard were Ifirst row, left to right]: Dennis ne Rickett, student body secretary; Pierre second row) Borbora Pharris, Inter-Club Adams, foreign exchange student; Dione Towie, freshman class president; Valerie Michel, Annual Pleiades editor; Carleen Bruneaux, foreign exchange student; Linda McDermott, social chairman; Carol ouncil president; Joanne Rapp, head song leader; Kay Bonsey, head yell leader; Dickson, assembly committee chairman; Judy Butler, student court chief justice; ophomore class president; Mike Gorrity, boys ' athletic manager; Roy Tower, s e-president; Richard Jennings, student body president; and Jim Patrick, |u ; president: president. The executive board, composed of the five student body officers, boys ' league president, girls ' league president, GAA president, boys ' athletic manager. Annual Pleiades editor. Weekly Pleiades editor and the ex-officio mem- bers, undertook many projects at weekly meetings throughout the year. Among the projects they completed were the buying of 100 chairs for the student lounge, continuing the pre-Christmas and pre-Easter meditations and presenting and carrying out the idea of student mail boxes used for the purpose of communication a- mong the members of the student body. With the help of the leadership class, the executive board supported such projects as the clothes drive, coming very close to the national record which Fullerton holds, and " Opera- tion SOC " , a project encouraging the student body to " Save Open Campus " . Executive board advisors were lleft ti Cruickshank and Mrs. Dorothea Spear: right); Mr. Robert Kill, Mr. Donald fIftSI GiESIffl (left to rightl: Marilyn DeSpain, Joan Berry, Fr Sue Davis, Karen Harrington, John Ru Moyna rd, Carl Vi olf Diane Maschin o. Rar Nancy Walsh, Je ann Florida , Larry La une Ten al, Che Shouse, Susan Reddy, Cathy m, Mike Wildman, MacKenzie Napier, Margie Pa tier, Lesley Adams, Bill Bush (second row| B. on Cono, Tom Bleier, Mike Horvath, John Garner, Karen Jenkins, Linda Rippetoe, Julie Farr, • Campbell, Suzi Pestal, Paddy Goodwin; (third row) Christy Peairs, Sally Turner, Tessa Bowie Dave Smitt, Greg Ross, Bob Haahr, John Brunworth, Bob Gratner, Steve Hughes, Pierre Brui Abernathy, Beth Eckmon, Carolyn Doyle, Knight, Ginger McCouley, Terry Parker, m Purvis, Nick OIney, Karl Kreutzer, Bob (, Bill Campbell and Lorry Lang. in jU nn EM EEiSlffl First row. (left to right). Sherry Rhogdes, Diane Greer, Tommy Mathews, Judi Brooks, Lorry Lang, Christy Peairs, Craig Thomas, Chuck Nygrem, (second row] Tom Erwin, John Russell, Nancy James, Mary Dickinson, Teri Butler, Rise Taylor, Dennis Leitch; (third row| Bill Bush, Sharon Johnson, Sally Stordeur, Richard Reading, Leslie Hoog, Mdrjie Wilde, Linda Wensel; (fourth row) Marilyn DeSpoin, Mike Wynne, Chuck Pryor, Charles Oldham, Dove Blonkmeyer, Jerry Moyfield, Kent Watts and Julie Chavez. rTV«- - Missy McCarthy copy editor Barbara Woodson, art and boys " sports; Sharon Grimm, girls ' sports. Valerie Michel editor-in-chief Sandy Gorham, organizations; Gaylo Kuenzli, activities; Paddy Prescott (not pictured), special events. Sharon Hubbard and Milone Harvey, promotion and sales. Anne Stone business manager Judy Brooks and Marilyn DeSpain, seniors; Judy Butler, administrotk Jeanie Bouchier, snaps, ad. soles and copy; Sally Molott, classes and special events. -LU The Weekly Pleiades, official student body newspaper, became a weekly sight on campus this year, a big im- provement over the every-other- week distribution of the past several years. Under the supervision of Mr. Don Brown, new to Fullerton this year, the journalism class has been responsible for a very successful publication. I n Sharon Petke and Tom Duff, sports edit Mary Mason, exchanges; Bob Corter, busi oger; Nancy Berry, circulation. Carol Crosswhite and Dave Boies, feofurs Reporters, {firsf row, left to right}: Linda McDermott, Ted Duncan, Judy McKenney, Dick Odie; [second row) Linda Fuller, Jonet Shaw, Nancy Jones, Judy Quigley, Irene Weisman, Joyce Apgor and Marilyn Standing, (left to right) Irish Dalton, Johnnie Taylor, Kay Bonsey, Jack Lasmann and Lavelle Foos, " Heap Big Spirit — this slogan char- acterizes Willie Ugh, who this year was portrayed by Jim Salmon. " Wil- lie " was a mighty busy Indian, a p- pearing as a mascot at all rallies, halftime activities at varsity football and basketball games, participating with the band in parades and serv- ing as court jester to the Pow Wow royalty. Willie Ugh represents the true spirit of the Fullerton Indians. Kneeling, (left to right|: Marilyn DeSpoin, Christy Pea Rapp, Bonnie Abernathy and Cheri Jewett. Roily committee, (first row, left to right): Mari- lyn DeSpain, Christy Peairs, Bonnie Abernathy Cheri Jewett, Joanne Rapp; (second row| Trish Dalton, Jack Losmonn, Judy Prescott, Jim Salmon, Koy Bonsey, Lavelle Foos; (third row) Sharon Hubbard, Lorraine Lobo, Jim Dailey, Carol Moulding, Pat Bush and Connie Schnoor mm The Feafherettes led by Diane Ross are (first row, left to right): Frankie Sue Davis, Elizabeth Macris, Sandy Goodwin, Potty Mitchell, Judy Smith, Regina Lo Cascio, Janice Fox; (second row) Trudy Hale, Marilyn Gray, Cheri Ross, Connie Robbins, Gerene Heodrick, Linda Willis,- (third row) Mary Wall, Linda Brown, Judy Combs, Ann Stone, Phila Shiflett, Linda Bedford, Beverly Breest and Susie Starr. The Feafherettes led by Joy Vandervalk are (first row, left to right): Donna Richards, Diane Redrnger, June Kimbrell, Linda Lang, Linda Coles, Rosalie Herrero, Carole Lucente,- (second row) Dianne Maschino, Lorraine Lobo, Wynnette Giles, Bonnie Booth, Linda Ortmayer, Terry Parker, Cherl Ruse; (third row) Dottic Vosvary, Sharon Petke, Linda Cook, Patly Wilburn, Linda Cloer, Heather Scott ond Puononi Akina. Left to right: Sharon Grimm, Merri Grimm, Sally Bauerlein, Melidee Christensen, Karen Booth and Julie Chov J Ml L Rl - ■ Left to right: Vickie Backeberg, Jean Campbell and Jonice Dicks- First row, (left to right): Dave Schaefer, Ronnie Stellman, D on Gib bs Dave Gorman, Kent Smith, Karl Pagel, Bob Hoohr, l!onnie Doan, John Thurmon, Frank Provencio, Ron Rydman; (second rowr] Bruce Swenson. Charles Lam.JCelL-hlen lficsaEK Ron W onsor, Bill Vodergriff, Dennis Littleworth, Tony Dalessi, Dicl Moore ond Richard Schmidt. ' Proven Stephei (fourth Charle! David (left to rightl: Dave Schoef fc Jerrilvn Fra a- Rortfile Stellman, Cg nnie Johnstone om Citizen, Susan Reddy, Helen Parker, Nancy Bolton, Bill Kessler, Kathy Pol Bc h, Suzanne Spotzier, Beth Barnet, Ronnie Doan, Harold McMonus,Kon Kydmon; (second row| Donna Keith, Joyce Brown, Diana Folsom, Pat Caspers, Young, |5Aoureen McCoji Dafl_Gibfei Bob Bosvirell, Peter Hart, Joyce Citron, Crystal Tilley, Roger Brookmon. Poul Sage, Dale Burmoster, John Thurmon, Frank :io, BobJHaflhr; (tKird ' rovK) Covid Shaffer, Tommy Dye, Lee Smallsreed, Conrodo levoif, Clifton Moberg, Corky Smith, George Malone, Mark McGovran, 1 Greg, Roger Terrell, Doug LaBelle, George Henderson, Richard Schmidt, Noel Groshong. Stephen Funk, Mike Reddington, John Hopton, JomesGluner — row) Marc Hongsleben, Dove Gorman, AnnTo ias, Ken Melonder, Dennis LittlevKorlh, Tony Dalessi, Dick M oore, Bill Vandergriff, f gg yi r n.r r K ' HuRi i i i (, un , - s Lam, Cory Frotes, Don Thurmond, MikeMoerizweiler, Lorry Sawyer, Dole Siler, Bill Beyer; (fifth row| Karl Pagel, Kent Smith, Doyle Tolbert, Tony Cordia, Duncanson, David Starr, Tony Schwa rtzenberger. Lorry Lorsen, Terrie Beal and Mary Dalessi. mm First row,Jl£ft to right): Nancy Bolton, Lynne Adams, Kathie Johnson( ' Ted VonTyylef enny Sch neider, (-A tao Granodov-Karen Loeblich. Sandra Schneider; |si vl ferry eM, Mark Lund, Jo Ann Wheatley, Karen Harrington, Poumifschman, Jim Davi, J mj yn ?fSi ' yy -jgnet Lunde, John Brunworth, Laurel Strange, Walter Laml ..Jjtr - orse n, Janet Brunson; (third row| Dennis Daft, Vicki Strange, Gracie Roma, Judy Larson, Mr. Bonar, Vicki Coffman, Kent Smith, Bill Galloway, Pete Sturgeon, Brad Dain, Walter Johnson, Dennis Littleworth, Tony Dolessi, Ronnie Wansor, Carol Bennett, Steve Cadena, Terrie Beol, Mary Dalessi and Barbara Fluck. J ' - f . S y H " Barbara Bender school organist L b Girls ' chorus 1, (first row, left to right}; Mary Lee Asmussen, Gail Buckner, Lupe Ramirez, Linda Granodos, Joanne Thompson, Nancy Acton, Sharon Keller, Susie McMohon, Barbara Virgil, Linda Wensel, Cathie Staffon, Phyllis Mummey, Susie Carter, Kay Corazza, Jane Lawrence, Kathy Meehan; (second row} Margaret Gardeo, Diane Nelson, Pat Cannon, Pamela Moerke, Ginger Carrier, Christina Mata, Alto Dodgen, Linda Cloer, Potty Wilbern, Modolyn Stoub, Karen Thompson, Barbara Lutz, Mary Davis, Bette Jo McCoy, Darlene Polta, Marjie Wilde, Terri Theemling, Ruth Rogers; (third row) Sandy Goodwin, Martha Ndsh, Eileen Fitz- potrick, Pam Fohy, Pot Dennis, Susan Myers, Lynn Lucas, Pat Bianchi, Pam Wilson, Martha Wallace, Carol Lotze, Marilyn Mole, Joy Allen, Down Nugent, Nancy Hehn, Claudia Cate, Andy Malott, Bonnie Maurits. Connie Schnoor, Joan Morford, Linda Hinrichs; (fourth row) Joonn VerMeulen, Jo Robinson, Cheryl Kuhn, Pom Dowljng, Donna Schaeffer, Susie Folk, Judy Fulkerson, Linda Aflerritt, Donna Losister, Arlene Poe, Ruth Mclntyre, Penny Smoot, Sherrie Bradley, Sara Casadoy, Judi Burkhardt, Donna Richards, Ann Heise, Sharon Renck, Sharon Hovey, Sue Cartwright, Caroly Alderson and Joy McCann. Boy. cl.oru-., (first row, left to right}: Jim Morquordt, Sheldon Gregory, Rodney Bolton, Don Stumetz, Michel Mothis, Bruce Drayton, Bobby Garcia, Mike Clark, Bill MocDonald, Pat Harrison; (second row} Mike Dickey, Tommy Mathews, Bob Larson, Bud Lokeman, Don Carlson, Lorry Sprogue, Gary Clemens, Bob Dickson, Keith Laney, Jerry Stotler; (third row} Steve Bennett, Jim Burchit, Larry Leaker, Mike Mayornik. Bob Knight, John lindsley, Harold Ketchem, Ronald Lussow, Mcke Couslond ond Larry Afselh. •i f O i- Advanced girls chorus, (first row, left to riglit): Janet Clark, Judy Williams, Jacquely Dangers, Mary Lesley, Lois Smith, Joanne Theetge, Joyce Berlen- court, Janet Porter, Marcia Bryan, Brendo Owens, Morlene Trisler, Lucy Mendez, Jill Bertoino, Morion Zuerlein, Sharon Galloway, Edith Anderson, Corel Fry; (second row) Luvenio Cox, Dellyn Spencer, Georgia Brumley, Benito Donoghey, Carol Anzevino, Diane Brittain, Sandra Johnson, Lindo Donaldson, Jer! Burkhardt, Dewi King, Myrna Kirker, Pot Crabtree, Mary Wojcieszak, Sandra Cooper, Linda Willis, Solly Wilde, Chorlene Von Winkle, Morlyne Young, Carol Harrington, Virginia Arndt; (third row| Shirley Najjar, Sharon Beckstrom, Etta Williams, Hedy Horn, Beverly Bliss, Poulette Blair, Marjory Morris, Joan Beardsley, Carole Gerling, Helen Parker, Sandro Peek, Bonnie Bentley, Kothy Scribner, Phila Shiflett, Brooke Reitmon, Vicki Olson, Sondro Walker, Cheryl Mangold, Janet Redmond, Charlotte Marciono and Beverly Fry. Concert choir, (first row, left to right): Robyn Chambers, Dorothy Pease, Kathy Murphy, Bobbie Snapp, Mike Morenco, Mike Neptune, Johnny Lucas, Ronnie Cooper, Pot Thompson, Sondy Campbell, Von Scofield, Judy Johnston, Joyce Larson, Sharon Phorris, Yvonne Jones, Morilyn Groy; (second row) Sheila King, Pennie Yoder, Darrelyn McGavran, Pot Cooper, Pom Soulsbury, Ann Langston, Danny McCorty, Ronnie Davis, Brydon Shirk, Manuel Romero, Ken Archipley, Carol Woites, Jerry Townsend, Pot McChesney, Poddy Goodwin, Kam Murphy, Judy Archipley, Sue Wood; (third row) Jessie Martinez, Linda Rippetoe, Corren Coll, Vol Gottfried, Linda Ortmeyer, Dorlene Owens lette Horrington, Phyllis Taylor, Ginny Pettis, Gail Spaulding, Koren Guiles Ruth Ann Piper, Lyndo Glazier, Charleen Wilson, Nancy Adkisson, Vern Lur Beozley, Bob Burchit, Gory Former, Bill Miller, Joey Jencks, Diono Johnson Jone Allgood and Sharon Dennis . Susan Harris, David McWillis, Phil Miranda, Tim Gi Sandy Johnson, Ellen Lippiott, Sydney Simpson; (fi d, Mike Shober, Leonard Po Morjorie Phillips, Ann Sollee ' ens. Rocky Pocheco, Cho urth row) Peggy Brown, ons. Lorry Leaker, Dick Odie, Pot Doyle, Buz Sharon Leatherby, Sharon Kelly, Dionne Fogle, Left to right: Judy Archipley, Ruth Ann Piper, Sydney Simp- son, Nancy Adkisson, Charlene Wilson, Virginia Pettis, Phylli: Taylor and Cholette Harrington, m m Left to right: Phyllis Taylor, Cholette Harrington, Virginia Pettis, Judy Archipley, Sydney Simpson, Ruth Ann Piper, Char- lene N ' %or , Nancy Adkisson; ] Johnny Lucas, Brydon Shirk, Ken Archipley, Ronnie Dovis, Rocky Pacheco, Joey Jencks, Tim Givens and Bob Burchit. T A 2S 1 41 The ten-twelve break is often used by organizations of our tribe for such money raising projects as cookie, cup- cake, popcorn ball and carrot sales, A share of the pro- fit from these projects is donated by individual clubs for the support of a young school boy In Europe through the combined efforts of clubs in the Inter-club council. 1 1 n UW] V First row, (left to righth Ann Rank, Rosalie Herrera, Ann McDuell, Andy lein: (second row] Pat Bush, Joan Lloyd, Linda Sanson, Dean Carter, and Jim Huss. First row, (left to right! :( |uscm-R e da v Gayla Kuenzli, Carol Moulding, Barbara Pharris, Mary Lynne Anderson; (second row) Mary Ramirez, Jim Salmon, Rick Paup, John Frick, John Brunworth and Bill Gienopp. ICC acts as a guardian to all the clubs on campus. Presidents of the various clubs make up this organization which helps to foster good leadership and eliminate conflicting activities on cam- pus. One of the first activities of the council this year was a club officers orientation day where officers discussed the prob- lems of their organizations. In March members of the ICC formed a panel dur- ing a PTA meeting to answer questions 130about clubs at FUHS. Barbara Phai president I ati Pleiads are students who have maintained ex- cellent academic records in high school. Some of the activities of Pleiads (Chapter nine of the California Scholarship Federation) are the Pleiad honor day off campus, sponsorship of the Pleiad awards assembly, California Scholarship Federation conventions, and regular meetings. Life members of the California Scholarship Fed- eration have been members of Pleiads for at least four semesters of their sophomore, junior and senior years, one semester of which must be in the senior year. Life members receive of- ficial state CSF lamp pins and gold seals on their high school diplomas. y fl y P ' .X Georga Trodd id semester president Scoll Davis Leonard Dickey Beth Eckmon Cherry Ed ' Merry Edwards Dorothy Emerso rds Missy McCarthy Ginger McCauley Nancy McCori Pat McCormick Maureen McCoy Michael McGerty Mickey McGill Linda Merritt Valerie Michel Nancy Warren Linda Waters David Watson Sally Wilde Gail Wilson Joan Wright Gwren Wyman Mike Wynne Gil Zemansky • Life members of California Scholarship Fede vflftsiiy [Lye For membership in Varsity club, a boy must earn a letter in a varsity sport at FUHS. As a member he tries to promote good sportsmanship and be of service to his school. The main activity of this club is the presenta- tion of the annual Lloyd Martin award which is given to the most in- spirational player of the year. St row, (left to right): Mike v) Micky Bouton, Ramon Coi iarenco. Jim Sorensen, Carl Kent, Nick Averse, Eddie Henderson, Dave Scheesley; (second Leonard Dickey, Dave Morton, Ivan Knox, Norman Baker, Ernie Ledesma, Leo Ott; (third row) Roy Tower, Roger Pembroke, Gary Larson, Tom Hawking, Gory Cox ond Gary Salle First row, (left to right]: Leroy Neol, John Colianni, Doug Hankins, Richie Wotts, Bobbie Rodriguez, Glenn Vaughn; {second rowl Friti Zwick, Tim Givens, Waldo Nance, Bill Bush, Bob Stoll, Pete Lawrence; (third row) Jomes Warren, Jim Harring- ton, Buzz Beazley, Stan Sprague ond Ron Seocord. Sherry Steffes secretary Margie Potit treasurer if The Big " F " society was established to create better sportsmanship ond cooperation among girl athletes. The society is open to any girl who has earned a Big " F " letter in GAA. Big " F " girls sponsor the GAA a- wards banquet. Mary Lynne Ande president iSiiSifll First row, |left to right]: Mory Lynne Anderson, Carol Moulding; (second row) Diane Tielroy, Alice Knight, Sherry Steffes, Gail Spaulding, Janet Edwards and Sharon Smith. First row, (left to righl; S ' i:, Karen Booth and LoVelle Foos. Dottie Vasvary; Isecond row| Undo Waters, Donna Wall, Joanne Rapp, Koy Bonsey, 133 Junior officers, (left to right).- Barbara Milberg, Robyn Chambers, Donna Wall and Adrienne Sophomore officers, (left to right): Pat Bush, Lynda Rigsbey, Patty Goodwin and Pot Thomp- Freshmon officers, (left to right).- Leslie Hoag, Ann Privett and Margie Wilde. Senior officers, (led to right). Cayf Julie Geoney, Kothy Dalton and Carol Grahai Growth is the motto of the Y-Teens — ■ to grow in the knowledge and love of God and in the friendship of people of races, religions and nationalities. Y-Teens sponsored an aloha party and " Crystal Christmas, " our Christmas for- mal. Members also packaged clothes for the student body sponsored clothing drive. One of the main Y-Teen activities is a recognition service which is held annually for all members. i David Boies -president Kent Watts chaplain Bill Campbell treasurer Primarily dedicated to Christian service members of the Hi-Y club helped with several communi ty service projects. Representatives of Fullerton ' s Hi-Y clubs were sent to the annual " Youth in Gov- ernment " days held at Sacramento. MM Si wkf Seniors officers, (left to right): Gary Neil James Huss and Tom Jeffers. Mike Harrison vice-president 1 Rick Paup president ' mM ty m Did you notice how clean the Wampum Wagon was during the past year? Wash- ing it was one of the Key club ' s school service projects. Two community projects, cleaning the United Fund headquarters and ushering at the annual Youth Concert also kept Key clubbers busy. In addition to these services, the club sponsors Beach- comber ' s Ball. First row, (left to right): Dick Jennings, Mike Hall, Dan McCarty, Jack Losman WaUo Nance, Fritz Zwick, Mike Harrison, Doug Hankins and Richie Watts. First row, (left to rightJjJtmeClark, Rocky Ferronte, Pierre Bruneoux, Bob Burandf, Perry Moguire, Leonard Dickey; (second v) Rick Paup ,.Jtm Phelps, Bo Carter, Tom Hawking, Boz Beozley, Roy Tower, Gerry Key, Bill Campbell and Mr. Burt Melidee Chrlsfensen secretary Do you remember those cute lit- tle elves who followed you around school just before Christ- mas? These girls were Idakas, members of the girls ' service club. The money which they col- lected purchased CARE pack- ages for needy families. Among other projects, the Idakas clean- ed the trophies which are now gleaming in the showcase in the auditorium. Sharon Petke vice-president (left to rightl: La Vonne Wonsley, Barbara Milburg, Sharon Petke, Julie Boi )w| Karen Kidder, Melidee Christensen, Joanne Rapp, Koy Bonsey and Barbai chier, Mary Kcnietz, Judy Laken (left to right): Karen Booth, Penny Guth, Mary Ann Black, Borba Alice Knight, Pot McCormick, Sherry Steffes and Laurel Honsen. Gulyos, Dione Tielrooy; (si The Latin club has two main pur- poses: one is to encourage the in- terest of students in the Latin lan- guage; the second is to promote in- terest in the culture of the Romans and the history of the citizens of the classical age. In September the club hod its annual initiation picnic at Hillcrest Pork. In March members attended the annual Junior Classical League convention which was held in Stockton, Califor- nia, and the last activity was the Roman banquet which is presented each year in the school cafeteria. First row (left to right]: Chuck Breffle, Ann Crutcher Scofield, Ann Frost. Tye HoMis; (second row) Susan shank, Dorothy Pease, Ellen Lippiatt, Mary Etta Br; Folsom, Deonna Garcia, Linda Callahan, Karen Guile Linda Polen, Kathleen Fitzgerald, Kathleen Koehle ;urt, Ruth Ann Piper. Judy Evans, Diana Dovies. Lynne 3k5; (third row! Judy Reynolds, Bobbette Callahan, , Jon Dowell, Jerry SchnabI and Lucien Miner. First row, (left to rightl: Suzanne Spatzrer, Tony Dalessi, Carol Rogors, L. V. Loughnone (advisort Jim Phelpj, Erb, Milton French; (second row) Roberta Forney, Pat Jones, Judy Wolfe, Beth Hansen, Pot BushT ory Ted Hart, Missy McCarthy, Valerie Michel, Mike McGerty; (third row) Pot Forio, Biff Lackey, Colville Smythe, Ronnie Davies, Wallace Lossner, Doug Stevenson, Walter Cullen, Jim Nowell, Michael Tenkoff and Kent Theroff. 138 Mary Ramire iSHiyfl The name of the Spanish club, " Los Tertulionos " , means a social gather- ing primarily for conversation and accordingly these gatherings are fre- quently on the club ' s calendar. Skill in the use of Spanish is developed, and appreciation of Spanish culture is encouraged. Activities included an initiation dinner in October, the an- nual " Las Posadas " (a Christmas celebration) in December, several " Pan Dulce ' sales and a trip to the Mexican players ' presentation at Padua Hills. First row, (left to right): Judy Butler, Margie Potier, Penny Guth, Judy Saltstrom, Aide GronadoS; (second row Mr. Wood (advisor). Sheila King, Kathy Drott, Judy Lokeman, Karen Kidder, Sharon Johnson; (third row) Ronnie Harrison, Dave Duarte, Janell Shepard, Ingrid Malott and Anna Thaheld. (left to right): Sondra Schneide Marilyn Gormley, Car( JohnsTS Lucille York, Ir Cathy Allen, Kathy Dal Karen Booth, Jon Sampsel; (second row) , Kathy Grant and Mr. Knorr (advisor); (third Mike Maertzweiler, Tracy Johnson and Lance Doug Cortez president First row, (left of right): Marga ret Brown, Carol Copenhaven, Karen Lolicker, Sally Wilde, Joan C [second row) Joan Wright, Jacquely Dangers, Bonnie MocKoy, Susan Peterson, Kathleen Waddle Campbell, Gilbert Zemansky, Sandra Doggetl; (third row) Ted Willoughby, Leonard Dickey, Pieri Jack Jonson, Darryl Isley, Karen Harrington, Jim Moore and Stephen Boies. m Not " Hello " , but " Bonjour mon ami " is the greeting used by French club members. The club ' s main purpose is to provide an informal atmosphere in which to learn about the French language. The French club corresponds with pen-pals in foreign countries. Exchange students and foster children in France were recipients of gifts from the group. LeRoy Neal vice-president (left to rightl: Marl Kobacy, Frankie Davis, Bon Kathy McKee; (second row) John Jacoby, Ernst Obermayr, Pom Clark, " Kathie Attane Galloway, Carolyn Linder, Pam Dunlap; (third row) Bob Haahr, Clyde Burris, Slephei Walter Williams, Dennis Bim and Tom Cline. Doug Cortez, Diane Varolyay, | Clark, Marjorie Poll, Sharon Eddie Dymenf, Don Thurmond, | i Btt. First row, (left to rightl; Ronnie row| Bill Stwalley, Midge Broth Dalessi, Mary Tucker, Carolin e Abe, Becky Morrell; (second (third row) Mary Even thfeughj-thitrWas ff club ' active On - ie agendo wqlsj ' tlu WashingtoiiliHigh Sch ool iAIm-Os delegates ntended the iftife Jun vention in Stockton butlbjn ampus iTst year o ibiside interi 3ve not ti p in the. Saturnalia anquet at ( I March ten f r participated in the phr ngeles Classic fl Leogue co ifi rnia, and in AAay th0 m, mbei al field day at UCLA. ' fS ,1 Pentz, Nick Hud ; [second row) Bill M( Taylor; (th Nick OIney Rod K iner, Tim Gosney, Susan Reddy, Jane lerrie Bradley, Leslie Commons, Kathleen Pullen, Lee Ann Golczynski, Nancy James, Pam Dow- Nick OIney and . k " AC., T mmum 1959 was a foundation year for the German club. By giving time to organization of the club, members got off to a good start. The purpose of the club is to acquaint members with the customs and language of German speaking countries. A roller skating party was a success as was a pot luck din- ner. These weren ' t all of the organization ' s activities; movies on Germany were also presented. First row. Heft to right): Mr Mclnlosli Itidvisorl, Jon McAulay, Clark Simm, Nancy Vivrelte, tinda Winkler, Martha Wallace, Bonnie Booth: (second row) iMaureen cCoy John Crouch, Jeff Braucht, David Watson, Gary Whitney, Larry Snow; (third row) Bill Gienapp, Dennis Noonan and Dennis Jones. Speeches, speeches and more speeches fill the lives of the Forensic club members as theymake the rounds of speech and debate tournaments. The speech season begins with the fall open invitational tournament at Alhambra. Local speak- ers then enter the USC tournament. In April members take part in two big tournaments, the National Forensic League district tournament and the invitational tournament in Red- lands. According to Mr. Duane Johnson, advisor, " The purpose of the Forensic club is to give as much speech experience to as many as possible. " Tom Hawking vice-president First row, (left to riglnlji Donna Wall, Jane Esterly, Ginger McCauley, Rita layton, Kathleen Madley, Lovelle Foos; (second rowl Linda Waters, Barbara Milburg, Corol Copenhaver, Diane Davis, Pamela Dunlap, Julie Muzzall, Suson Lindsey, Joan O ' Brien, Linda McDermott, Goyla Kuenzli, Joyce Russell, Lesley Adams, Linda Winkler, Caryl Elwell; Ithird row) Dove Louvar, Rocky Ferrante, Barbara Bender, Linda Garnet, Cathy Evans, Terry Parker, Jeon Rogers, Jim Potrick, Dave Boies, Glenn Vaughan, Dan Haymond, Tom Hawking, Bob Boll, Darrell Dufresne, Jim Dailey; (fourth row) Dick JenninosT Bill LulllU» Qj John Franzen, Jim Moore, lim lo nney- T nm Erwin, John Thurman, Ed Dowhng, DonGibbs, Dave Commons, Rick Poup, m Bush, Dale Sanders, Lyie Hood, d SilJq Suson Elwell and Mr. Duane Johnson " ladvlsoT Gordon Christophi vice-president fyiyfit fiysiffi imm of laicfl First row, (left to right): Marguerite Scott, Mary Lee Asmussen. Teresa Cano, Carol Ritzman, Mary Brown, Nancy Copeionci, Yvonne Jones, Virginia Moro; [second row) Margaret Ramirez, Jessie RocJriguez, Ginger Carrier, Joy Allen, Judy Arns, Diane Quinn, Judi Burkhardt, Lynda Gernet, Diono Johnson,- (third row) Pot Thomoson. Jackie Messick, Pat Bennett, Joy McConn, Elsa Kirker, Judi Courson, Leono Welch, Silvia Quezada: (fourth row) Leonard Parsons, Harold McManus, Gene Hergenreder, Dick Potter, Janet Shaw, Laurel Hansen, Carol Harrington and Jean Cain. Carol Ritzman president A goal of the FBLA is the develop- ment of leadership ability in its members. Outstanding achievements in short- hand and typing are awarded re- cognition by the organization. Mem- bers are given the opportunity to re- ceive an insight to the role they will play as America ' s business leaders by visits to various commercial es- tablishments. First row, (left to right): Carol Zoccagnino, Janet Goehler, Marilyn Welch, Diana Wesely, Marlene Trisler, Mary- lyn Newhouse, Paula Babcock, Judy Mullen; (second row) Lynda Stiffler, Fronk Horrigan, Kathy Franzen, Judy Allen, Jan Napier, June Cain, Virginia Cunningham, Karl Klaus, Tillie Cordova; (third row) Dorothy Mora, Rocky Ferronte, Sylvia Howard, Dave Boies, JoAnno Doyle, Jeanie Price, Bonnie Newhouse, Betty Sotelo, Carol Stine, Marcia King; (fourth row) Pom Vosgier, Chorlene Annin, Carolyn Alderson. Bob Carter, Bobbi Merriss, Melinda Swain, Phil Miranda and Richard Codena. fifltfiiRS Offlifll lleft to right)- Don Gilbert, Tom Fisher. Charles McDonolfivJerri Frory (FFA sweetheart). John Bar Heileger Bill Bowman. Bruce Cambre. Bill McClain; (second row] Jo?-Bal5tofV-Wayrie__Ew-russ, Danny Duarte, Gary Crist Ed Plegle. Dick Ross. George Dolla. Dick Hoohr, Gary Frydenlund. Bob Martin; (third row) Greg Ross, Mr. Bailey (advisor). Tom Dewey. Pete Flower. John McDonald. Walter Summer. Jim Beon, Henry Banvelos, Bob Cambre; (fourth row) George LoPortol, lorry Brown, Ed Borgolte, Jack Perkovitch. Tom James. Art Skinner, David Page. Brent Downer, Roy Gabriel and Mr. Fredericks (advisor). First ivvMleft to right) Mr. Stroder (advisor). Fred Drake. Brice Curtis. Wayne Hinds. Johnny Taylor. Jerri-FraTy -(ffA-swe_ethedrl)3 Ronnie Taylor Buddy Phillips. Mike Darnald; (second row) Bill Novinger, Barry WilsojuJob Thomoson ' Don Brown. John Bel ' ford, Clark Utterberg. Dennis Von Leuven. Mike Cloy; (third row) Donny Adair James Dennis Phil Smith. Richard Reading. Walter Morris. Carl Dreves. John Dickson. Johnny Stofleth; (fourth row! Manuel Chaviro, George Kendall. Mike Burrett. Dorrell Knox, Bob Godfrey. Bob Vieiro, Bill Bryan and Rod Maiden. Members of the Future Farmers of America enjoyed a successful year. Supporting the well known organi- zation, members took part in fairs, judging contests, field trips, speech contests and conventions. The student body thanks all FFA members for their project, the paint- ing of Fullerton High School ' s trash cans. Marion Zuerlein treasurer Joan Lloyd president II The Future Teachers of America, made up of students interested in teaching as a career, cultivates in its members qualities essen- tial in a good teacher and acquaints them with the duties rela- tive to their chosen profession. This year ' s activities included a conference held at USC and a visit to the California Teachers Association building in Los An- geles vi here members met other students with similar vocational plans. row, (left to rightl: Marilyn Gormley, Janet Shaw, Ann Wright, Marion 2i on Leofherby, Diane Varalyay, Jean CiavagMa, Mike Morehouse; (second Carol Show, Jone Bosham, Joan Lloyd and Edwin Boyes. riein, Carol Schoeffer, Donna Schceffer, w| Beth Hansen, Joan Wright, Margie Wal- Anne McDuell president Pat McCormick vice-president Bobbi Merrrs secretary fumtmms 10 The main project of the Future Homemakers of America this year was the presentation of rag dolls and scrapbooks of oil cloth made by the members for the patients of the Chosachina Child- ren ' s Hospital located in Chino. This and future projects for home, school and community is the ultimate goal of this club. First row, (left to right) Snnron Phams, Linda Scobee, Linda Lee Winkler, Jan Napier, Gayla McCanles, Susie Herrera, Lucy Mendez; (second row| Virginia Wolton, Sue Wood, Toni Behrens, Ethel Gough, Luvenia Cox, Rosalie Herrera, Bobbi Merris: (third row) Charlotte Silva, Barbara Walker, Karen Neiswanger, Mrs. Shrake (advisor), Pat McCormick, April Furman and Anne McDuell. Lrncte Johnstone vice-president m Promoting good will and friendship between the United States and foreign countries is the goal of the World Friendship club. To further its purpose the club sponsored a magazine sale to raise money for foreign exchange students, supported a foster child in France for one month and sent old magazines to other countries. Additional activities consisted of popcorn and coke sales at home basketball games and a field trip to the Foreign International Festival. Films and speakers on other countries highlighted regu- lar meetings. First row, (left to righth Pot Bennet, Jan Palton, Linde Johnstone, Tye HolNs, Linda Full. Adorns, Andrea Stub, Tom Clopp, Charlene Von Winkle: (second row| Gary Conway, Morilynn Seelboch, Lourel Strange, Jean Horrocks, Carolyn linder, Annette Pfior, Lindi rowl Dick Studley, Clork Simm, Michael Moyermk, Dennis Buckley, Ann Wright, Pierr Clodr, Bill McDonald, Stephen Bennett, Steve Cadeno and Lorry Long. Jocquely Dangers, Sandy Schneider, Lesley Jim Looney, Margaret McElliott, Joan Wright, Merrilt, Paulo Warren, Jo Anderson: (third ! Bruneoux, John Frick, Steve Reinert, Donna Barbara Phorris president Carol Swenson vice-president m lOPPtRS Julie Landstad treasurer Attention girls! if you ore 5 feet 8 Inches or over, join Teen Top- pers, one of the most popular campus clubs. The Teen Toppers presented a fashion show, " Through the Look- ing Glass, " for the girls ' league. Other activities sponsored by the club include field trips and food sales. ahJh-JSAarjorie Phillips, Janet Nelson, Noncy Adki! FraryAjudy Dowling. Susan Busby. Ann Sallee Vood, Susie Wood. Charlotte Hudson, Dana ion, Barbara Phorris, Shoror Debbie Gayton, Sharon Bi Biel, Judi Reynolds and Janir Kelly, Bobby Runge ler (third row) Dia . Young. Even if your purse says " no " to travel, if you want to visit some delightful places of the world, the Travel club is for you. Members learn how to finance their excursions, and many tour Mexico during school vacations escorted by their ad- visor. Miss Esther Pierce. Each year Travel clubbers make arrangements for exciting summer trips to various locations. Left to right: Jean Horrocks, Laurel Stronge, Marion Zuerlein, Miss Pierce (advisor). Lorry Lnng, Leonard Parsons, Steve Cadena and Linde Johnstone. Gary Soil president Whether you are a " snow bunny " or an expert, the Ski club 0 ' e } 1,1 always welcomes new members. Dry land ski school was held twice at Hillcrest park for be- ginners. Instructions on techniques were included. This was just the beginning of many exciting experiences hod by members of the Ski club throughout the year. Several trips taken by Ski clubbers to the nearby winter sports areas gave members the opportunity to practice skiing. First row, Heft to right). Valerie Michel, Karen Booth, Sally Wilde, Terry Parker, Carol Mathey, Diane Hopkins, Eileen Gelder, Linda Rigsby, Andrea Bowles, Bonnie Booth, Julie Bouchier; (second row) Molly Campbell, Susan Hopk Julionne Ives, Lynda Gernet, Beth Dickson, Susan Busby, Louise Lev, Carol Moulding, Ann Sollee, Melidee Chi Gayla McConles, Carol Graham, Lyie Rigsby; (third row) Mark Kobacy, Doug Cortez, Jim Moore, Steve Erwin, Bla kinson, Terry Aggers, Terry Andrews, Karl Kent, Johnny Colianni, Gary Sollee and Steve Thomson. Linda Sanson president Linda Fuller corresponding secretary Donna Keith recording secretary Iff Exciting skating parties highlighted the activities of the In- dian Ice Caps. Sponsorship of the annual signing dance ter- minated the slub ' s events of the year. First Moric lighth Jan . Andrea Stub, Anne Frost, Marguerite Scott, Judy Shonkw v) John Piper, Bridget Thompson, Marno Spencer, Susie ThomaS ' Debbie Goyton, Susan Falk, Martha Wallace, Joan Wright and Karen Horrocks, Gretchen Hehn treasurer First row, (left to righll: Linda Fuller, Susan Peterson, Bobbie Ross, Linda Sanson, Eileen Van Gelder, Morina Breault, Pom Vosgier, Gretchen Hehn; (second row} Morilynn Seelboch, Barbara Stewart, Lenore Meyers, Judy Krueger, Carol Appy, Jonine Moluy, Mike Bush and Donna Keith. Bobbie Ross social choirmar 152 Bruce Clark president Projects completed by students of various science classes on campus were displayed at the annual science fair, sponsored by the Bunsen Burners. This science club also gave awards for outstanding science projects which were entered in the fair. A tour of the Richfield research center in Anaheim and a visit to the Los Angeles County museum at Exposition park were two field trips taken during the year. ■ u I m0 t I H Fh-i 1 A r r-f- |pfN m George Cannon secretary-treasurer " H ec x, - JLj First row, (left to right): Glenn Thompson, Ted Duncan, Doug Cortez, Tracy Johnson, Ronnie Cirre, Bobbette Calla- han. gureen McC oy; jlsecand row) Dick Maore, Gary Nielsen, Bruce Clark, Dean Carter, Allen Holcomb, Pete Yost, Lyie Field, Johnny Piper and George Cannon. Bruce Clark describes a slide as seen through a microscope. .innett sident Linda Donalds secretary Noncy Warren treasurer wmui ]mi Drama field trips, play productions for the public end the student body and sponsorship of a movie are among activities promoted by the Drama club for those students interested in theatrical work. The Drama club provides for the honor students in the field the Thespians society, a nation-wide organization. Thespians, (first row, lefl to right): Anne Lan Adkisson, Linda Donaldson, Carol Copenhav Shaheen. nnett, I , Euge ck Odie, e Cook, Nancy Ronnie Heft to right): Joyce Larson. I nii Dunlup, Cl.uilolle Murouno, C.tol Copenhaver, Sandra Schneider, Ronnie Shaheen, Beverly Breest, Cook, Nancy Adkisson, Stephanie Bradley, Joyce Lawrence: {second row) Ted Willoughby, Bill Campbell, Nancy Warren, Linda Mann, w. Pom Purvis, Ann Wright, Dennis Kinnett, Linda Donaldson, Anne Langston and Dick OdIe. Linda Rippetoe treasurer Kathy McKee secretary president MDMS Activity seems to be the theme of the Junior Red Cross at Fullerton. Gifts and ornaments were presented to children in various hospitals to foster Christmas spirit. Local Red Cross members also helped out by buying equipment for children ' s Vi ards. During a weekend this summer, representatives will be sent to the leadership training center at Redlands to re- ceive Junior Red Cross training. First row, (left to right); Crystal Rhoads. Vol Gottfried, Linda H Barbara Walker. Linda Merritt, ( Linda Lee Winkler, Carol Shaw, 1. Midge Brothers, Dianne Middleton, Kathy McKee. Bonny Sykes, Linda Rippetoe, Karen Jenkins, Sue s. Pat Fowler, Mary Dalessi. Paula Paulus; (second row) Bobby Runge, Sylvia Quezcda, Joyce Curtis, Jewett. Carol Troeller, Joanne Manell, Diane Woods, Laurel Strange, Martha Wallace, Mary Jeanne Patrick, en Von Gelder; (third row) Henry Suronie. John Brunworth. Jim Looney, Terry Peek, Mike Singer, Michael Maertzweiler, Gory Holcombe,,£ail_Haghi:, Kent Theroff, Nick OIney and Norman Sor Jim Salmon president Joy Vondervalk vice-president Sharon Mobley secretary CLOfl Janine Maluy treasurer Student art enthusiasts augment their interest in art with field trips to art exhibits and art galleries in neighboring cities. right Ronnie Young, Jim Salmon, Brydon Shirk, Shoron Mobley and Dick Odie Rosalie Hen president mm m[ [mm Of itflo Fullerton High School ' s newest campus organization is the Future Health Leaders of America. Members obtain infor- mation concerning a future in any field of medicine. A visit to the geriatrics ward at Orange County Hospital, and a film entitled " Girls in White " were highlights of the year. Through this organization members are given the oppor- tunity to learn about available scholarships given for train- ing in their profession. First row, (left to r!ght|: Jean Horrocks, Suzie Cox, Rosalie Herrera and Lucy Mendez. Linda Winkler; (s( v) Bobby Runge, Lynn Jones, Luvenrc Acting as the example of a heap good Indian, Willie Ugh presents to everyone a picture of the Indian spirit. Though in reality Willie is a different Fullerton Indian each year, the friendly spirit which he typifies carries on from one year to the next. At one of the tribe ' s biggest special events, Pow Wow , a new Willie assumes office. Then the face beneath the head dress changes, but Willie remains the same. Jl. I • n ff The sparkling Kay Bonsey reigned over your 1958 homecoming activities. Kay served as homecoming attendant her freshman year and yell leader her junior and senior years. Smith-Petty Portroits rfAj T " i Setting the mood for -Heaven on Earth " was the dreamy music of Chuck Morlow III! Bush, student body vice-president, crowned our lovely que Students and alumni enjoyed the traditional homecoming dance after a thrilling game with Garden Grc ' . tt ■ ' f M • fl ' Anne, escorted by Dennis Towle. Cookie, escorted by Brad Dain. - = ►■ orted by Jim Patrick. orted by Roy Tower. This years assembly committee, heoded by Diane Dickson, did derful job providing both entertoining and educational assemblit The audience was kept laughing with a take-off on the Perry Masi show in an assembly presented by the junior class. Junior class members did o hilarious job of modeling clothes frt • ' Shacks.- Indian wrestling! ! 11 . y° ' i j ' r Y 16- 1 ' 1 c C ' ' ' .f ' f r i BUS " 1 J A SI -1 - L Couples, clad in beachcombers and Bermudas, en- joyed the island atmosphere. m e Lafayette Hotel in Long Beach proved a perfect setting for lightful prom sponsored by the junior class. r : n Bubbling over with personality plu King, Johnny Colianni. 1959 Pow Wow m A lovely Pow Wow queen was the vivacious Gayla McConli 173 Lave lie Foos senior attendant T Bonnie Booth sophomore atendant Trudy Hale junior attendant Lynda Purel " freshman attendant Sffli PLffl " m CUfilG SflVflGt " " If people would walk around the edge of the carpet more often it would save wearing it out the middle.- (i a f: " " j Play cast and stage crew, (first row, left to right): Nancy Adkisson, Cherie Slenfz, Carol Linder, Linda Donaldson, Diane Hopkins, Eugene Cook, Tom Erwin; (second row) Dick Odie, Larry Martin, Gwen Lowe, Ronnie Shaheen, Anne Langston, Bonnie Hardy; (third row) David Crettol, Richard Heroux, Bobbie McCann, Bob Haahr, Beverly Breest, Mr. Lew Levinson, Ted Wtlloughby and Robert Hartstein. 11 [flSI Florence Carol Linder Hannibal Tom Erwin Fairy May Anne Langston Jeffrey Eugene Cook Mrs. Paddy Diane Hopkins Titus Ted Willoughby Samuel Robert Hartstein Lily Belle Bonnie Hardy Ethel Linda Donaldson Miss Wilhelmina Beverly Breest Dr. Emmett Bob Haahr Special Guest Paul Levinson directed by Mr. Lew Levinson .t ,. Win or lose the Indian spirit of good sportsmanship pre- vails. That we Fullerton Indians are always behind our teams is evident when at the end of every game, we sing the words of our Alma Mater: We are proud of all thy prowess, Fullerton! And we thy colors bravely bear, We will be thy loyal subjects ever; Joy and grief we alike will with thee share. Oh, F H S , thy name we love, And ever staunch and true you ' ll find us; We ' ll stand by thee through all eternity. The red and white, so true! J U u u n - V 46 7B 84 23 I 62 Richie Wans co-captain Doug Hankins co-captain 4 Bob Rodrigue Gil Tucker, head coach 180 S l fifl c . Eddie Henderson John Colianni A M 74 ' Dave Morton 17 First row, (left to right): Larry Fri, Ivan Knox, James P. Harrington, Jim Sorensen, Doug Honkins, Richie Watts, Bill Bush, John Colianni, Gary Larson, Tim Givens; (second row] Ron Davis, Ed Henderson, Fritz Zwick, Dove Morton, Brigman Ov ens, Ernie Ledesma, Larry Maschino, Dick King, Gery Anderson, Bob Rodriguez; (third row) Coach Moore, Leo Ott, Fred Hogg, John Guzman, Chuck Wilson, Ray Scholten, Roger Mognuson, Tim McCormick, Jim Kieffer, Jock Roberts, manager; (fourth row) Coach Skain, Coach Tucker, Don Perkovitch, Jerry Moores, Don Hoelzel, Allen James, Jerry Mayfield, Bob New, Bob Schoner and Bill Long, manager. Fullerton 7 Bakersfield Fullerton 6 Downey 6 Fullerton 14 La Habra 12 Fullerton 7 Paramount 39 Fullerton 12 Huntington Beach . . 7 Fullerton Santa Ana 19 Fullerton 7 Anaheim 32 Fullerton 20 Garden Grove 7 Fullerton 22 Newport Harbor .... 19 Fullerton tackle in ng opening ith East Bakers- Doug Honkins crosses the goal line io moke an- other touchdown for Ful- lerton. A Fullerton player breaks through the strong Gar- den Grove line in the homecoming game with the Argonauts. First toA., (left to nghtl: Roger Magnuson, Jerry Moores, Leo Ott, Ron Davis, John Guzman, Nick Miller, Glenn Thompson, Jeff Botchman, Manuel Valdez; (second rowl Tim McCormick, Ray Scholten, Chuck Nygren, Chuck Wilson, Mike Darnold, Pat Stewart, Lee Marti neau; (third row| Allen James, Bob New, Steve Boies, Don Hoelzel, Ivan Knox, Don Peek, Bob Schoner; (fourth row| Don Perkovitch, Jim Acton, Scott Luster, Jerry Lemster, Mike Bedell, Glenn Ostergren, Mel Anderson; (fifth row) Jerry Mayfield, Jerry Keys, Steve Andre, Ken Archipley, Fred Hogg: (sixth row) Gordon McGowan (assistant coach), Tom Strothman (assislont coach) and Coach Jim Moore. First row, (left to right): Gene Spencer, Ronnie Ledesmo, Art Hanley, Roy Gregg, Rob Clark, Jim Stone, Bernie Taylor, Roy Zembower, Craig Thomas, Kenny Fry, Raoul Robles, Fred Hyde: (second row] Hal Schick, Bryan Beomon, Dick Gould, Con Allen, Jim Polenfz, George Molone, David MacDonold, Bob Godfrey, Carl Wolfram, Roger Heiliger, Al Camponis, Pat Clemens (third row] Steve Stiefel, Bob Hoversten, Bob Smith, Bob Korsmeier, Dove Aeschliman, Dennis Towie, manager; (fourth row) Coach Crow, Coach Lingenfelder, Ralph Boughn, Ronnie Taylor, Manny Chavira, Charles McCoy, Frank Chavira, Johnnie Taylor, Dennis Canada, S. L. Goodwin and Tom Duff. [Ifl ' ■•5 Fii5- .. I •• • ; ,. Sammy Ferraris, Mike Wildman, Bert Rutkowski, Roy Williams, Richard Greene, Jim Crory, James Gibby, Gary Farmer. Henry Banuelos, John Dolton, Gary Dodds, Tom Cline, Coach Jim Boss; (second row] Tom Wylie, Phillip Rothstein, Pot Keenan, Charles Oldham, Ron Nygren, Fred Sotomayor, Robert Lesch, Bob Tuller, Mike McGill, Jim Steele, Dick Spence, Russ Williams, Don Graham, Pat Doyle, Roy Florida, Coach Hugo De Groot; (third row) Bill Sorensen, Ken Smith, Jim Wise, Chuck Pryor, Bob Neoly, Ralph Belis, Amador Castillo, Richard Ramirez, Bob Larson, Cullen Stueland, Mike Culver, William Cook, Rob Orrick, Denny Gusfafson, Jeff Dangers, Richard Neptune, Mark McGavran, manager; (fourth row) John Kreutzer, Jack Perkovitch, Lester Evans, Jim Wilson, Terry Andrews, Conrado Levoit, Andy Belcher, Vic Bustamante. Nelson Cook, Bill Summers, Harold Morris, Kim Gifford, Don Stowe, Gor y Poles and Hugh Bedford. Dan Cornwell Fullerton 66 Huntington Beach . .59 Fullerton 61 Santa Ana 43 Fullerton 38 Anaheim 39 Fullerton 82 Garden Grove 55 Fullerton 83 Newport 69 Fullerton 66 Huntington Beach ..57 Fullerton 44 Santa Ana 41 Fullerton 78 Anaheim 50 Fullerton 64 Garden Grove 56 Fullerton 97 New port 55 CIF Fullerton 69 Sweetw ater 49 Fullerton 55 Arroyo 46 Fullerton 66 Ventura 62 Fullerton 47 Centennial 46 Fullerton 49 Glendale 59 First r Johns .w, (left lo right! : Gus McAuloy, Don Pietsch, Dick Cle ' n, Gerry Key, Mike Fox and Tory Nelson. Jim Van Tuyle, D on Smith, Brad Doin; (second row) Joel Deon, Tom Hawking, Scott Luster, Norr First row, Heft to right|: Jim Stowe, Bob Hall, Austin Eaton, Brig Owens, Charles McCoy, Don Allen, George Malone, monoger; Isecond row) Coach Lingenfelder, Glen Vaughn, Joe Averso, John Pepper, Dennis Christiansen, Jim Davi, Steve Moore, Bill Rice and Bill Leyshock. m First row, (left to right]: Bill Sorensen, Mike Voughn, Rob Clork, Tom Cotlom, Mike Hall, Jerry Harrington, Mark McGovron; (second rowl Coach Wrightson, George Esqueda, Bob Larson, Dick Reinking, Randy Salstrom, Jerry Jonte, Mickey McGill, Gary Hoskins, Bryan Beomon, Tom Citizen and John Allgood. , (left to right); Leroy Neol, Mike Man tsh, Roger Powell, Ramon Cano, Ben Rivi 5teve Thompson, Leonard Dickey; (se Blaine Wilkinson and Bobby Eubanks. I ' KT ' iT ar, 1 J A )SS i n J U . I L m Jim Bush, head coach First row, (left to right): Harold Ketchem, John Garner, Joe Peraita, Joel Patton, John Franzen, John Stofleth, Tom Bleier, Rich Miller, Lynn Gill, Mike Dickey, Barry Kinney; (second row) Lorry Herbst, Pat Abbott, George Vandergrift, Ted Duncan, Rex Barnes, Gilbert Richards, Jim Stowe, Jess Andreson, Ron Horrocks. Joe Ramirez, Scott Dovis: (third row) Mike McElheny, Don Kelly, Clyde Burris, Jim Ware, Walt Buster, Norman Baker, Gary Reid, Bob Gosney, Ronnie David Mann, manager and Coach Bill Bush. Han Troeller, Buz Beazley fights to keep the ball from Pete La exciting practice gome. Coach lee Arth tft D Co-captoins, Slon Sprague and Buz Beazley First row. (left to rightl: Pete Lawrence, Richard Patterson. Dave Louvar; (second row| Jock Lee, Jim Warren, Dick Ragland. Terry Aggers; (third row) Bob Hovey, Jack Currie, Gary Cox; (fourth row) Gory Reinert, Gary Sollee _Byz Beozley, Tom Hawking and Stan Sorague. First row, (left to nght). Don Campbell, Dan Contreras, David Proffif, Terry Williams, (second row) Lonnie Lennington, Bruce Swenson, Bob Horvath, Bob Stoll; (third row) Frank Fisler, Bob Burandt, Ralph Cooper, Win Condict and Dennis Nelson. An attempted pass by Bob Burandt is blocked by anothe player in a hearty after-school workout. Fullerton ' s C players in a scramble for the boll. lEfl First row, [left to right): Stan Royal, Lorry Louner, Ed Dymeni, Wayne Condict; (second row) Dan Myenheis, Baker Johnson, Mike Wynne, orvin Peorcej (third row) Steve Leock, Gary Frugard, Tony Dolessi, Don Carlson; (fourth row) Cliff Moberg, Hank Harvey, Charles Page, Bob Smith and Jim Hawking. Three members of the swimming team demonstrate how to start back-stroke. ' ' " ' J ' M Dave Louvor. Jack Leo, Gary Cox; (second row! Richard Patterson, Dick Rcgland, Bill Prout, Gary SaM e£ Pete Lawrence, Gary Reinert, Jack Curne, Mark Kabocy; (third row) Stan Sprogue, Stan Read, Buz Beozley, Ralph Cooper, Jim Warren and Bob Hovey. Firsr r,..v .;..»• -o right): Bob Schutz, Mark Cbfk, Dave Proffit; (sscond row) Jim Fox, Bob Campbell, Bob Burandt, Win Condict, Lonnie Lennington, Terry Williams, Dan McCarty; (third row) Bob Horvoth, Dan Contreras, Bill Dory, Eric Erickson, Don Campbell, Steve Beilock, Dennis Nelson, Pete Sturgeon and Ed Dyment. ong! Theyre off with a flying start in another ' Sfl s crowded as members of the in for a good workout. First row, |left to right): Jim Gibby, Tony Dalessi. Lorry Mines, Dan Neyenhuis, Stan Royal; (second row) Todd Wells, Bill Cooke, Cliff Moberg, Clark Simm. Baker Johnson; (third row) Bob Tuller, Karl Kreutzer. Tracy Johnson, |Anr vin Peorce . Kit Doyle, Kim Poge and Tom Wylie. m { First row, (left to right); Steve Thomson, John Garner, Ron Davis, Leroy Neal, Jim Kieffer, Ben Rivera, Richie Watts, John Colionni, Dove Scheesle) Don Pietsch, Mike McElheny, Lorry Fri; (second row) Gary Reid, Tom Bleier, Leonord Dickey, Norman Boker, Fred Hogg, Jim Schoner, Alan Steven Ro r Magnuson, Paul Martin, Don Stowe: (third row) Ron Horrocks, Roy Scholten, Jim Harrington, Jeff Winslow, Leo Ott, tCorl Kent, Pat Stewor Gary Clemens, Roger Powell, Mi ke Ribail; (fourth row) Jim Wore, Dave Morton, Bob New, Chuck Nygren, Allan James, Jerry Mayf Paul Taylor, John Guzman, Dove Mann; (fifth row) John Pease, Don Wells, Jim Coach Bwsh. Ed Henderson, John Dickson, Mike Fox Jim Van Tuyle, Ernie Ledesma, Manuel Voider, Dick Clever, Ed Barttew. Paul Putman, Coach Tucker and First row, (left to right); Richard Cade. derson, John Lucas, George Vandergrif Robin Burris, Jim Stowe, Mike Morencc Bob Hoversten, Bob Korsmeier; (fourth Tucker and Coach Bush. I, Gil Warren, Manuel Chavira, Ron Ledesma, Duane Boyer, Bob Eubanks, Mike Tannyhill, Gery An- (second row| Dallas Eaton, Dennis Sanders, Richard Miller, Frank Chavira, Joel Patton, John Franzen, (third rowl Jim Smith, George Ostiguy, Rocky Ferronte, Gil Richards, James Stroeller, John Stofleth, iwl Don Smith, Bill Naylor, Joe Ramirez, Wolt Buster, George LoPorto, Walt Weber, Kent Watts, Coach First row, (left to righl|: Ramon Cono, Jess Andresen, Joe Gibson, Jim Grimes, Brigman Owens, Al Levoit, Joe Peroita, George Esquedo, Bernie Taylor, Wayne Goff, Charles McCoy, Bob Neely; (second rowl Don Kelly, Gory Dodds, Gene Spencer, Ron Nygren, Dick Spence, Steve Winslow, Jim Steele, Chuck Pryor, Richard Greene, Mike Walsh, Rex Barnes, Art Honley, Barry Kinney; (third row| Lynn Gill, Tom Cline, Fred Nunlist, Noel Groshong, Ricky Hershmon, Dick Reinking, Jan Campbell, Jerry Harrington, Randy Salstrom, Tom Citizen, Dennis Buckley; (fourth rowl Harold Simeroth, Robert Lesch, Russell Williams, Nel " n Cook Walter Lamb, Bob Campbell, Ken Smith, Mickey McGill, Rick Jeffery; (fifth rowl John Jonson, Tim Abbott, Mike Wynne, David Crawford, Jack Greenstreet, John Stumetz, Kevin Lyons, Bob Larson, Jeff Dangers, Conrodo Levoit, Mark McGavron, Phillip Rothstein; (sixth row. Coach Tucker, Coach Bush and Mike Dickey. Leroy Neai, one of the team ' s best distance runners, perfects his style in a workout prior to league meet. Bob Eubanks is cought in mid- air OS he clears the high jump Three of Fullerton ' s top hurdlers, Norman 1 Baker, Dave Scheesley and Doug Honkins demonstrate their skill. ,.SMUll1 s«|h :mM ' ' : ' : Spectators come out to the track field to watch the boys in Coach Ray Lawyer Captain Bruce Swenson and Sheldon Boege warm up befor( meeting the Downey squad. mw Captain Bruce Swenson First row, |left to right); Terry Andr( Bob Weaver, Bill Long and Bill Rice. Mike Holl, Bob Hall, Joe Marshall, Glendon Brecht; (second row| Gus McAulay, Bruce Swenson, Sheldon Boege 202 First row (left to right): John Allgcod, Barry Wilson, Dove Smitt, Larry Launer, Curtis Whiting, Andy Klein, Jeff Braucht, Bill Mac- Donald; (second row) Tony Bulka, Tom Clapp, Jim Moore, Steve Loeck, Bill Bender, Gary Farmer, Steve Reinert and Mike McGerty. JV Two Fullerton players are ready to start a match after serving. Members of the Varsity tennis squad practice in preparation for a match with Downey. Bill Long returns the ball with o swift back hand stroke. Bll RSIS) ' Ml Strike one is called as the Fullerton-LaPuente garr gets underway. I First re. ,.- : nght): Dennis Towie, Pot Do, ., •.,, .-_ j_, ,l.._ _: : ■, _:_ ,. :j, .en Vaughn, Mickey Bouton, Andy Belcher, Jim Acton, Mike Garrity, Nick Averse; [third row) Coach Bass, Jim Campanis, Hai Schick, Al Rotes, Roger Pembroke, Scott Luster, Don Davis, Tim Givens ond Roy Tower. First row, (left to right): Henry Banuelos, Mike Neptune, Louie Blose, Hugh Bedford, Tom Duff; (second row): Perry Maguire, Jon McAuley, Mike Colv Beamon, Mike Vaughn, Gary Potes, Steve Stiefel; (third row) Pat Hargrove, Roy Gregg, Richard Cratsenburg, Jerry Keys, Brad Dain and Mike Bedell. Members of the baseball team get some pointers from the coach after an afternoon practice. Poger P ,Tnbfoke winds up for the pitch to a La Puente opponent. AM y ether as well as working together the girls our.f%rvation carry the Fullerton spirit with them to aijious picjydpys throughout the county. The girls dis- ay to rn bers of neighboring student bodies Fuller- ton ' s, p ce pipe of friendship. , - - i, - . Marjorie Borchers advisor m Dottie Vasvary LV Kathy Fitzgerald publicity chairman Karen Miller sophomore representoti " . Ann Heize freshman representati First row, (left to right): Linda Wilson, Mary Ellen Cvengros, Mary Lynn Anderson, Sherry Steffes, Punani Akinia; (second row) Diane Tielrooy, Edna Wilson, Helen Porker, 4€rri Frary Diane Woods, Judy Solstrom and Pat Bennet. - ' row, (left to right): Carolyn Bennett, Karen Jenkir ra Peck, Linda Younghans, Sue Sellers; (second ro Harrington and Jan Auser. i, Julie Farr, Candy Merrium, Diana Johnson, A Janet Neal, Barbara Mueller, Karen Miller, First row, (left to right): Terri Cano, Judy Dobashi, Peggy Wright, Linda Spain, Yolando Giron, Dolores Hernandez; (second row) Jenny Hernandez, Novalou Hill, Karen Ferguson, Charleen Wilson, Marjorie Sandy Rhoads; (second row) Kothy Madley, Carolyn Fears, Lynne Cruickshank, Dianne Theil, Melinda Short and Penny Pierce. Dorothea Goodw advi Q First row, (left fo right): Kaye Zurbruegg, L nne Adon- Phillips, Nancy Kiloh, Jessie Martinez and Tillie Cordova. Karen Hart, Margie Work, Barbara Kn [IE First row, (left to right): Eileen Van Gelder, Borbaro FloridaCBennie_ John7on ' , jElena Couper, Dorothy Pease, Marty Peters, Bobbie Ross; (second row) Kathy Drott, Marina Breault, Kothy Dunhann, Lois Olson, Maureen McCoy, Donna Balhizer, Linda Woters, Linda Donaldson, Barbara Milberg and Karen Guiles. First row, (left tor ight|; J.eslie Hoog, Linda Whitney, Sharon McLaron, _Anti_He«ar-Shei1an Bender, Janice Fritts, Jotey ]DwyecpWa rgo ret Swain; (second row) Carlo Brick, i Lynda Cropsey Jjbnet Paup, Cathy Hovey, K so Taylor, Susan Myers and Beth Eckman. Mary Ellen Cvengros manager First row, (left to right): Claudia Cote, Marilyn Carnahan, Jaclie P ch, Susan Reddy. Nancy Acton, Janis Miller, Paulo Warren, Melinda Kramer; (second row) Susan Ellis, Roy Ann Ritchie, Andy Malott, Jeanne Londstad, Sharon Hovey, Susan Thomason, Judy McMichoels, Diane Middleton and Pat Dennis. (left to right): Adrienne Kehde, Terry Randall, Pam Wilson, Susan Folk, Jeannie Morrell, Switzer, Patty Pease, Linda Carr, Jacque Hance, _CJjastyBisel; (second row) Martha Shaw, Janice Switzer, Sharon Rencke, ' PrisdiioTfen? Susan Hopkins, Nancy Vivretfe and Vickie Noble 213 Seniors, (left to right): Edna Wilson, Helen Parker, Mary Lynne Anderson, Lovelle Foos and(Jerri Frary. Juniors, (first row, left to right]: Eiko Kinoshito, Lynda Gernet, Marcio King, Lynn Cerho: (second row) ,, Janet Edwards, Kay McCoy, Marcia Kretschmar, Gloria Covey and Carol Stine. Juniors, (first row, left to right); Eileen Von Gelder, Marina Breault, Kathie Johnson, Joan O ' Brien Joan O Gepfert; (second row) Linda Ferraris, Linda Sanson, Lois Olson, Linda Winkler and Kothy Grant. W " ' " ' -A Sophomores, (first row, left to right): Dorothy Emerson, Koren Jenkins; (second row) Karen Fergu Rosemary Roberts and Marjorie Phillips. Freshmen, (first row, left to right): Jonis Schweitzer, Patty Peose; (second row) Rise Taylor, Suzie Thomp- son, Diana Bland, Julie Elliqgson and Jeanne Morrel. First row, (left to rightlj__Collette Lynch, Margaret Swoim oe Trefethery Susie Warren; [second row) Linda Whitney, Otey Dwyerv Pat Dennis, Judy Arns and Pom Pun First row, (left to right): Pat Borth, Judy Dobashi; (second row) Diane Quinn, Lynne Cruickshonk, L ynne_ Adams and Brenda Rothenberger. Seniors, (left to right): Lavelle Foos, Jerri Frary, Helen Parker, Barbara Brown and Jean ?r Mildred Denny odvisor Juniors, {firsf row, left to right): Kay McCoy, Morcta King, Lynn Cerho; (second row) Lynda Gernet, Marcia Krefzchmor, Carol Stine and Gloria Covey. 3. twiU - j:1 Seniors, (left to right|: Sherry Steffes, Linda Wilson, Mary Lynne Anderson, Edna Wilson and Gail Thomas. Juniors, (first row, left to right): Kay McCoy, Marcia King, Lynn Cerho: (second row) Lynda Gernet, Marcio Kretschmar, Carol Stine and Gloria Covey. - R J - [left to right): Georgia Trodd, Jerri Frary, Linda Wilson, Judy Salstrom; (second row) Marjorie net Lunde, Mary Lynne Anderson, TJTEinri ' ielrooy, Sherry Steffes, Beth Barnet, Kothy Key and Left to right: Barbara True, Linda Fe Eileen Van Gelder, ' Bonnie John: ris, Caryl Elwell, Diane Fisher, Marina Breault, Linda McDonald, loan O ' Brien, JMaureen McCoyi Eiko Kinoshita, Gwen Wymon, SoMy Wride, Mary Mead, Joan Gepfert, Barbara MitbecgT ' Joanne McAlister and Janet Edwards. Marjorie Borchers adviior 218 Left to right: Karen Jenkins, Mary Kniqhf, JuTevT ' Dwyef, Diana Blond, Janet Paup, Mary Jo Conger, Ann Heize, Gail Wilson, Susan Harvey, Dorothy Emerson, Morjorie Phillips, Terry Rowland, Ruthie Piper, Ann Froit, DIarw Mouhino, Sandy Goodwin, Penny J wett and Suzie Carter. First row, (left to tight]: Jonet Edwatds, Edna Wilson, Janet Lunde, Mory Knight, Marjorie Poll, Undo Spain, Terry Rowland, Gail Wilson; (second row) Julianne Ives, Mary Lynne Anderson, Sharon Smith, Diane Tielrooy, Susan Harv ey, Marjorie Phillips, Karen Jenkins and Mary Jo Conger. 7 Firsr row, (left to right): Robyn Chambers, Eileen Van Gelder, Rena Breault, Barbara Milberg, Gail Spaulding, Linda Lyies, Pam Saulsbury; (second row) Lisa Couper, Gail Thompson, Sherry Steffes, Ann Janet Edwards manager Frfst row, {left to right): Susie. ' Carter, Kathy Fitzgerald, Jo Ann McAllister, Sally Wilde, Linda McDonald; {second row)JMaureen McCoy Lynne Cerha, Donna Wall and Gwen Wyman. WM fi fy P ' k EJ ffi P B t - ' The onnual dance scholorship award was pre- sented to Sharon Kelly, who gave an excellent performance in her dance entitled, ' " Ob- session. " Miss Shafranski ' s dance production class takes time out from teheor; Pauletle Shafronski Anne Langsfon, Morilyn Gray, Morilynn Seelbach, Sally Turner, Linda Son ' .on and Mary Ann Block ' practice their amusing dance, " Childhood. " to watch Sharon Kelly demonstrate a movement used in her da Penny Schneide manager " Maturity, " one of the important life cycle da Sharon Kelly, Irene Howie and Gretchen Hehn, presented by Beverly Breest, Nancy Wan In their portrayal of " Birth, ' " Lucinda Smith, Sharon Petke, Nancy Adkisson, Eigene Scondrett, Chalotte Harrington and Mary Mason demonstrate their interpretation of the beginning of life. Varsity, (first row, left to right); Candy Merriam, Pat Bush, Dottie Vasvary, Beth Eckmotl, Bobbie Ross; (second row| Debbie Gayton, Leslie Commons, Terry Randall, Karen Miller, Penny Smoot; (third row) Susie Stor, Lucinda Smith, Pom Wilson and Brickey Collins. 222 First row, (left to right); Tonnie McLorgtn, Sally Franzella, Terry Parker, Nancy Vivrett, Judy Shonkwiler; (second row) Sue Wilson, Diane Davis, Linda Woters, Marlene Schoner, Linda Woughans, Toni Ott; (third row) Judy Crory, Cloudia Cote, Judy McMichael, Priscilla Renz and Diane Middleton. First row, (left to right): Kathy Madley. Lenore Myers, Roberta Myers, Kathy Hovey, Susan Hopkins; (second row| Connie Schnoor, Andy Malotf, Pom Foye, Morjie Wilde, Pom Dowling; Ithird row) Nancy Kiloh, Chorleen Wilson, Linda Callahan and Anne Privett. Elva Swoffer • advisor tr A tJUl Seniors, (left to right): Sherry Steffes, Helen Parker, Pot Bennett, Gail Thomas and Linda Wilson. Juniors, (first row, left to right): Joan O ' Brien, Eiko Kinoshito, Joan Gepfert, Kathie Johnson,- (second row) Eileen Van Gelder, Kathy Grant, Janet Edwards, Marino Breault. Linda Ferraris and Linda Winkler, Karen Jenkins manager Juniors, (first row, left to right): Sue Peterson, Terry Parker, Carol Appy, Lynn Cerha, Marslia King; (second row) Lois Olson, Glendo Dory, Linda Gernet, Carol Stein and Gloria Covey. fAm ' ji. Sophomores, (first row, left to right): Dionne Quinn, Dodi Emmerson, Karen Jenltins; (second rowl Lynne Cruickshonk, Karen Ferguson, Marjorie Phillips, Lynne Adorn s, Pot Borth and Judy Doboshi. Freshmen, (left to right|: Collette Lynch, Susie Warren, Jeanne Morrell, Susie Thomson, Rise Tayli Patty Pease and Janis Schweitzer. Freshmen, (left toughtk Jeanne Londstad, Korio Buckn-yndaCropseyyPat Dennis, Zoe Trefethen. Linda m Senior-Junior, (first row, left to rightl; Helen Parker, Beth Bornet, Alice Knight, Mary Ellen Cvengn Bobbie McCanr j ' J rri FrafyJ tesley Adams, Lavelle Foos, Dorothy Pease, Karen Guiles; (second ro Puanani Akino, Eiko Kinoshito, Jeanie Bouchif Shaw, Cathy Allen and Barbara Florido. Gepfert, Donna Bolzhiser, Carol Stine, Carol Maxine Shurtz advisor 226 Freshman, (first row, left to right): Trish Neschke, Susan Folk, Leslie Hoag, Margaret Swain, Janis Schweitz; (second row) Jean Morrel, Martha Nash, Karia Buck, Jeanne Landstad, Sherrie Bradley, Linda Whitney, Jiif Pwye (third row) Suson Grahom, Rise Taylor, Susan Thompson, Roy Ann Ritchie, Susan Ellis, Pom Pu is and Margie Wallace. We Indians wish to extend our peace pipe to those mem- bers of dur community who, through their purchase of advertisements, helped make this book possible. i j ee T . Congratulations from Hunt Foods and Industries, Inc. 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PACIFIC HAWAIIAN PRODUCTS COMPANY Fullerton LAmbert 5-4735 232 Dave Blankmeyer, Ronnie and Johnny Taylor look over the milk situation at Wilsey dairy. WILSEY DAIRY 7072 Grand LAwrence 2-3177 Buena Park GENE BURTON ' S Anaheim KEystone 5-2766 Trudy Hale models one of the darling outfits from Gene Burton ' s. Lf P -W! 233 GEORGE KLIMPEL 201 South Spadra LAmbert 6-6614 Fullerton Ted Ladd and Melidee Christen- sen admire thfe distinctive fin- f ' ,) j the npw Plymouth Fury. ; ' , f ' " X Anne Stone seems confused by the controls of Jim Sorensen ' s model airplane. CHUCK BAKER ' S HOBBY HOUSE 119 East Commonwealth LAmbert 5-4579 Fullerton Greg Ross Tiad bettet watch c Greg Ross ' had bettdt watch out. It seems as though Sharon Petke ' s - Ji L yO-i.. ' ' FULLERTON LANES 1501 South Harvard LAmbert 6-7725 Trish Dalton and Jim Salmon don ' t seem to notice the beautiful 1959 Chevy Don Davies is proudly displaying. 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