Los Angeles Valley College - Crown Yearbook (Valley Glen, CA)

 - Class of 1962

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l l ' candidates are ifront rowl Monica Schubert, Toni Peters, Miriam Elbaum and Shirley Green, iback rowl Lynn Kurz, Teddi Segovia, Lina Hadi, Anita Krohn and Evelyn Hulan, l l 4' 'ww f Dean Royer, surrounded by aspirants for the Queen's crown, plays no favorites. Queen Dean Royer whirls through a waltz with Wally Manning, the queen's escort, at the Homecoming Dance. An enthusiastic helper at the annual AWS fashion show, Dean Royer adiusts a sleeve for model Pam Stettler. Exhibiting the spirit that built Valley, Dean Royer ioins the fun laughter and cheering of Veteran Club members Claudia Garret Carol Dimario, John Green, Don Robertson, Wayne Emerson and Bill Warden at El Camino football game V- it ' tif'-illjigf "A'Gf""' '1 'T In -V4 9' 1 ., 'K ie, . - ,

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SM' Deollcateol to youth Stauffer first student body president does when he sends 'flowers to Dean Royer at the beginning , 0 of each school year Retiring after 13 years with Valliey Col- lege, Mrs. Nena Royer, dean of student activ- ities, will end 45 years in the service of youth. The first dean selected for the Valley College administrative staff, she chose to work as close to the students as possible. A popular adviser in every student activ- ity, Dean Royer often finds her calendar crowded from early until late, but with re- markable ease, appointments come and go as smoothly as guests drifting in and out of an "open house." With no hint of pressure, without clock watching, Mrs. Royer receives students in her office as graciously as guests in her home and, like a doting parent, displays an entire wall of her office lined with photographs of student body presidents, each picture cap- tioned with the student's name, class year and the Royer touch: the student's nickname. "Students are my life," she often has said, laughingly telling how frequently they refer to her as "Mother" 'tIt's a privilege and a responsibility to work with young people, and every student is entitled to be treated as a teacher would want his own child treated." "Find the good and build on it" is the philosophy of the dean, who has never been known to say an unkind word about anyone. "I love young peoplef, says Dean Royer, who teaches not by book alone, but by under- standing as well. Demonstrating an almost unmatched rap- port with Valley students, her enthusiasm fosters and typifies Valley's college spirit. "The way to stay young," she says "is to work with youth. The way to die young iS to try to keep up with them."



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Seven deans Administration at Valley College is focused on the student. Having the welfare of the individual student at heart, administrators in this college direct and help in every facet of learning. Heading up education at Valley are the deans and assistant deans. The most important aspect of a college education-classroom learn- ing - is headed by Dr. Stewart Marsh, dean of instruction. Dr. Marsh spends his time bringing the "Moderator" Samuel Alexander, acting assistant dean of instruction, leads Valley College faculty players in a true-to-life version of "Open End." Conversation at these coffee breaks covers a wide range of topics, often returning to talk of students and student problems. James Cox, assistant dean of student activities, and Don Click, dean of the Evening Division, show delight during half time at the Homecoming football game. Deans Click and Cox were in constant attendance at football games, always showing interest in student activities.

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