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Even As The Seasons Pass Enough students to populate a fair sized city have pa ssed through the Fullerton high class- room of Miss Grace Gray Miller. Miss Miller began teaching English at FUHS in the " Roaring Twenties. " From the desk in her classroom she has witnessed such historic events as the Great Depression, with sad and hungry people lining the streets for want of food. At the beginning of the second World War Miss Miller sow many of her former students join the armed forces. She has been happiest, however, when peace and prosperity have been present in the United States, and she could prepare her pupils for college, not battle. Although her bulletin boards often reflect aut- umn ' s pungency, the fantasy of winter, or the rebirth in the spring. Miss Miller does not change with the seasons. Instead, she enhances each with her own unique warmth. On June 16, 1961, Miss Miller will close the door of English classroom number 36 for the last time. She will be locking behind her many years of teaching, yet simultaneously taking with her the many memories gathered through the years. Thus, to a woman whose spirit will live in the heart of Fullerton even as the seasons pass on . . . Miss Miller, to you, the 1961 Pleiades .0
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Winter ....70 Spring ....116
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Fall Arrives School ' s Op A multitude of books ore dusted off, repaired and agoin sen- tenced to another nine months of hard labor. The bookstore is especially busy during the first weeks of school while students purchase notebooks, paper and other available supplies. W With the September 12 opening of school, the v. officially arrived at Fullerton Union High School. The r of meeting at a different bullring, new classes and re-ei ' friendships prevailed throughout the early weeks. A w ek-long program of orientation introduced the !; v., to the administration, faculty members and student leoders. ' ' frosh attended a panel discussion, learned about the school traditions and generally became acquainted with school lif - The Big and Little Sister Party marked the beginning of schoc and opened the Golden Door of Opportunity for many girls. TK party was sponsored by the Girls ' League and was under the direction of League Vice-President Susie Pestal. That same day the freshmen boys were honored with an asserr- biy sponsored by the Boys ' League. They discussed campu ,, activities and routines with several senior boys. Groups freshman boys were then guided around campus, becoming acquainted with such places of interest as the snack shop, book store, library and gym. Eventually the excitement slackened and the students once more settled into the routine of FUHS life. The locker routine is again established with school ' s opening. FUHS students often catch up on events as they hurriedly fumble with lock combinations. „.» Big and Little Sister Porty, heW on Sepferfiber it possible for the freshmen girls to gef acquointcd ' c ; ' school yeor.
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