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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.