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Officers Back Row: Terry Christensen, Secretary-Treasurer.
Front row: Bill Dietrick, Vice-President, George Fuller, President.
I EY CLUB
One of the most active service clubs here at Temple
City High School is the Key Club. The Key Club is a
service organization made up of boys from each
class, with no age restrictions.
The Key Club was called on by the community to olo
service work, such as collecting money for the March
of Dimes, working for the community Christmas pro-
iect, and ushering at football games.
During the Camellia Festival they were seen planting
camellias, directing the lineup of floats, and various
Socially speaking, the boys had breakfast meetings
at the Clock Broiler. They had dinner at an exclusive
restaurant in Hollywood. A snow trip also high-
lighted their social events.
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club and advised by Mr.
Piper, the Key Club has had an outstanding year.
Back row: Mr. Piper, K. Roberti, B. Dietrick, C. Moffet, J. Redman, H. Pasquarella, G. Fuller. Middle row: B. Bayha, B. Barnes, L.
Bateman, M. Vogel, J. Pirkle, C. Barinoff. First row: A. Langdale, D. Di Giorgio, D. Taylor, D. Dunn, T. Christensen, E. Ellington, D.
Curtiss, B. Taylor.
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Back row: M. Gail, B. Evans, T. Chase, T. Rinaman, C. Johnson, R. Meeker, Mr. Mickel-
son. Third row: H. Judy, K. Schneider, W. Triay, L. Nelson, J. Blakesley, N. Kinn. Second
row: B. Adams, C. ScoTT, N. Moore, J. Van Pienbroek, M. MorTen, L. WeTmore. Front
row: L. Morris, B. Johnson.
The chief aims of The Radio and
Hams Club were To develop an in-
TeresT in The field of elecTronics and
To aid sTudenTs who were inTeresTed
in acquiring Their omofeur radio li-
Under The direcTion of MarTy Pelko
ond Harold Onderdonk, They were
kepT busy esfablishing a sTaTion
here QT Temple CiTy, learning code,
plus buying and using new equip-
A good Time was had by all on a
field Trip To Radio STaTion KMPC,
where They were Taken on a guided
FirsT-hand experiences such as These
helped To make This a Top-noTch
The Ski Club sTarTed off iTs fosT-fly-
ing evenfs wiTh a demonsTroTion on
skiing principles. In Januciry The
group wenT To Green Valley To go
skiing. Everyone was able To go be-
cause skis were provided for Those
who did noT own Them.
Skiing, hiking, waTer sporfs, and wa-
Ter skiing were some of The many
acTiviTies engaged in by The club.
Under Tom Rinamoin as presidenT,
The club had a full school year of
Buck row: Mr. Pelka, E. Bradley, R. Shideler, S. Powell, L. McMeen. Middle row C
McCreery, J. Walker, R. Nunn, R. Burkholder. Front row: J. Sippel, S. Blakesley, S. Love
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The Engineers' Club was founded in
order to further and foster an inter-
est in the fields of science and en-
gineering. Under the supervision of
Mr. Thaller and Mr. Onderdonk, var-
ious people worked on proiects in
the field of engineering.
On December i, 1956, they attended
a program at California lnstitute of
Technology, planned for prospective
students of the school. Among the
many subjects discussed were "Are
Metals Weak or Strong?", "Problems
of High Speed Flight," and "The Wa-
ter Supply Problem in Southern Cali-
fornia." They also met the president
of Caltech, Dr. Lee Du Bridge.
An example of the Engineers' Club
ingenuity was Jim Morton's hot dog
cooker. lt is made of three boards in
a "u" shape with nails on two sides.
lt works on standard house current.
Hot dogs are then placed on the
nails, and the wires are hooked on.
After the current is turned on the
hot dogs cook in about two and one-
Back row: Mr. Onderdonk, B. Elliott, J. Brewer, C. Leonard, C. McCreery, B. Heath,
D. Mann, Mr. Thaller. Third row: J. Weismann, J. Parady, N. Johnson, O. Hart,
J. Cordes, B. Jones, C. Henney. Second row: B. Rose, R. Surdam, T. Mallery, J.
Rains, H. Evans, R. Lefler, J. Walker. Front row: B. Crosby, R. Scott, R. Sampson,
M. Sweeney, R. Burkholder, C. Porter.
Back row: S. Kilburn, Y. Anderson, G. lsaac, S. Finkle, S. Wilkins, R. Burnstein, M.
Marks, D. Singelvn, G. Littler. Middle row: M. Reukema. N: Cash, B. Lubin, L. Bon-
net, J. Lang, B. Milano, K. Hayes, J. Gillett, P. Beech, A. Heed. Front row: L. Olson,
J. Harwell, B. Becker, J. Beard, L. Henry, B. Shideler, B. Rubert, K. Hornback.
F RT CLUB
Those who liked to paint and sketch
had a fine time in the Art Club,
under the direction of Mrs. Shirlee
Many excursions were made to pro-
vide new creative ideas. Among
these excursions were a guided tour
through Forest Lawn on December l,
a trip to the zoo to sketch live an-
imals, and visits to Exposition Park
and Huntington Art Gallery. The trip
to San -Pedro Wharf to paint sea-
scapes was a definite challenge to
these beginning artists.
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