Cal State Fullerton - Titan Yearbook (Fullerton, CA)

 - Class of 1961

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Student Council members at work George Renfro Bob Walters Carolyn Bridge Stewart Rogers Everett Moore 19

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JOE MOODY President TONY LOMBARD Vice-President NANCY SPEAKMAN Secretary JOE CLAYES Treasurer iii 11 es The list of student accomplishments since school opened has been most impressive. Soon after classes opened the first year the students voted to organize as Associated Students. They elected student government officers: Joe Stephans, pres- ident; Joe Moody, vice-president; Joe Clayes, treasurer, and Betty Buck, secretary. Together these officers formed the first student council of Orange County State College. This first student council set up an emergency loan fund for the benefit of O.C.S. students --- formed a Constitution and By-laws Committee and accomplished other building steps. In April of 1960, new student officers were elected. They were Joe Moody, president; Tony Lombard, vice-president; Nancy Speakman, secretary; and Joe Clayes, Treasurer. This new council immediately set out to begin other progres- sive achievements. Early in the school year the special activ- ities commissioner and the athleticcommissioner were inaugur- ated. Later three new commissioners were added to the stu- dent government. They were publications commissioner, as- semblies and lectures commissioner, and organizations com- missioner. A student insurance program was made available on a vol- untary basis to all students. This program offers coverage 24 hours a day to help students meet the expenses of accidents or illnesses incurred either on or off the campus. The new council also helped to develop the constitution of Orange County State. This constitution states the purposes and philosophies of the student body and defines the duties and ob- ligations of each member of the student council. Other activities of this student council have been participa- tion in the development of forensics and athletics and the estab- lishment of the college news bureau. Soon after the school opened the students began to form various social and service organizations. Two service clubs are now operating and they are the Assoc- iated Women Students and the Oracles. Miss Carolyn Bridge was elected the first A.W.S. president. She was assisted by Martha Thompson, vice-president; Paula Jones, secretary-treasurer; Jackie Lampher, corresponding sec- retary; Sunny Smith, historian; and Marilyn Clark, Publicity chairman. The A.W.S. has undertaken many activities such as a candy sale, a bake sale. and a search for a site for the pro- posed cooperative nursery school. Scotty McTaggart is the president of the Oracles. He has been assisted by Clyde Morris, vice president; Tom Milne, secretary - treasurer; and Everett Moore, master-at-arms. The Oracles sponsored a car wash, served as guides at re- gistration and sponsored an after game dance during basket- ball season. Other clubs to be organized this year were the Snow and Water Ski Club, the International Relations Club, and a men ' s social fraternity. Some of the student activities have included dances, both formal and informal, a picnic at Irvine park, a taco sale, and an orange picking day. Early in the spring Miss Caryll Egerer was elected Basket- ball Queen and was presented with her royal court at an after the game dance. Now that the college is coming out of its infancy, rela- tively organized, students can look back and see that the last two years have been so successful mainly because of the efforts of the administration, faculty, and student govern- ment. 18



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FRONT ROW: I. Jambon, M. Clark, M. Thompson, H. Koch, A. DeBolt, C. Bridge, Advisor Dean Spolyar. SECOND ROW: E. Golemba, S. Smith, J. Lampher, T. MacKensen, M. P. Jones. CAROLYN BRIDGE, President The first organization formed on campus for women students was the Associated Women Students ' Organ- ization. After a constitution was built and passed by the Student Council, the members elected officers for the year. The first officers consisted of Car- olyn Bridg e, president; Martha Thompson, vice-president; Paula Jones, secretary-treasurer; Jackie Lampher, corresponding secretary; Sunny Smith, historian, and Marilyn Clark, Publicity. Vice President Mar- tha Thompson resigned at the end of the sem ester and Barbara Sutherland was elected to that position. The AWS members began the year by serving as hostesses for Open House held in October. AWS co- sponsored, with the Oracles, a cloth- ing drive. The clothing was collected and sent to Indians in New Mexico. In February the group sponsored the first Basketball Queen contest held on campus. The Queen was presented at half-time and reigned over the dance held after the game. The International Relations Club TOP: Dr. Raymond Adams, Marguerite Stanton, Marvin Briggs, Richard Crosby, John Elder, was organized in early October, Lucille Gunn. BOTTOM: Antonia Barrymore, Hashim Maadi, Loretta Matulich, Nish ' 60. Plans for the organization were gotch, faculty adviser. originated by Hashem M. Maadi, a student from Iran and a social science major who later became the first president of the club. Nish Jamgotch, instructor in the Social Science and Foreign Language departments was the first adviser. Activities of fall and spring sem- esters included lectures and discus- sions on world problems. Plans for participation in a model United Na- tions meeting have been discussed. HASHEM M. MAADI, President 20

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