Marco Forster Middle School - Impressions Yearbook (San Juan Capistrano, CA)
- Class of 1968
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Text from Pages 1 - 44 of the 1968 volume:
San Juan Capistrano Junior High School
San Juan Capistrano, California
1967 - 1968
The 1967-68 Florescent Scorpion staff has attempted in these
pages to record the progress of their junior high school in its last
but greatest year.
The school was temporarily built in 1922 by Kistner, Curtis,
and Wright, and was used as a high school. Before it was built,
the school was where San Juan Elementary School is today. Capo
had been a high school until two years ago.
There have been rumors that a florescent scorpion roams the
school grounds. People are said to have caught a glance at the
scorpion itself. Will this be the year you see it?
Mr. Fred Pasquale, vice principal
Maureen Redfield, 8th grade counselor.
Mr Walter Spencer
Hazel Eckley and Evelyn Bales, secretaries
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Wa lker, Don
Homeroom representatives take a break from a busy
A.S.B. officers aeft to righg Steve Gasparro, Angie Stef- SChe ule
fensen. Debbie Robertson, Nan Henderson and Sandy Bank
Members of the Judicial Court include Oeft to righQ Cindy
Hillery, Tracy Osenbaugh, Martin Baker, Jerry Ryer, Lorna
Taylor, Amy Jeffries and Jim Giannestras.
Nan Henderson, first semester president, and Debbie
Robertson, second semester president, ponder school
8th Grade Officers
aeft to righQ Bambi Smith. Rick Paquette, and Miriam Trotter
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7th Grade Officers Hop to bottom
George Yslas, Cindy Bown, DeeDee
Hamro, and Patty Staggs, President.
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Pasquale's follies include volleyball
Students wipe out faculty in faculty-student clash.
Interschool competition made up the boy's sport activities this
year. Besides the regular P.E. classes, intramural teams were
formed. Sports played were basketball, baseball and football.
A11 turning out to be a great success.
The Student-Faculty basketball game provided good enter-
tainment for the whole school. The students won with a 13-7
Mr. Phil Vedder sponsored the intramural teams.
Cape's winning intramural football team takes time out for 1
picture after busy season;
Girls Athletic Club was slow in getting
a definite program established, but
finally things began to happen. In the
fall and winter months members en-
joyed basketball and volleyball. They
displayed their skill in volleyball at
the triumph over Crescent Junior High.
Spring brought softball, baseball gloves
and lots of enthusiasm.
Planned activities included two
dances, a slumber party in the gym, 3
Fun Day and a Pot Luck Dinner with
G.A.C. members appreciate the
time and effort that their advisor, Mrs.
Shirley Allen, has put forth this year.
This is organization?
Our enthusiastic officers. . . .
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umph should do it!
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Art Club decorates float for parade.
First dance of the year.
Students prepare for Capo's Candy Sale. Spanish students on Point Loma fieldggrip.
Heated chess match takes place as club
members watch on. .
Mrs. Nolan rocks out at Chr1stmas Dance.
IS it gold? No, it's cookies.
Have you heard us? of Chorus!
Up on a mountain that stands so high
Ican see the world below and above the sky
The air is cool, the wind blows so wild and free
But in places on the ground. life is like a twisted tree
No more trust in anyone, no one wants to care
I think I'll stay up here and not go down there
Up here I'm free. I talk with the heavenly one
Isleep by the stars and play by the sun
Wild and free is the perfect life to come upon
Live on a mountain with the wild and heavenly one.
The roar of laughter at the student-faculty basketball
game. . .running along the sand on the Spanish field
trip. . . nervousness of candidates for ASB offices at the
assembly. . . change of dress for the old fashioned day
to celebrate the return of the swallows. . . the Christ-
mas dance. . . all these are part of the memories from
the passing year.
As the school days went on, I realized how con-
fused one really is. . . so many decisions to be made.
Changed feelings, strange moods, wondering about
all that surrounded me. I saw a change in myself,
my friends, and fellow students. Idiscovered the
answers to many problems, but in other ways I be-
came even more bewildered. The year has now
come to a close, I feel I will leave more of an indi-
When we leave our junior high, we shall never
return; yet, a part of us will remain. We shall al-
ways carry with us memories of the best year at
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The Florescent Scorpion staff thanks all those who
have helped in capturing a part of history of Capo
Junior High: Mr. Walshe, our advisor; Mr. Milton,
and all the students and faculty for their aid. As
editor, I'd like to give my special thanks to the staff :
for so much help and hard work. . . Peggy Delaney, , 7
Mike Dunham, Kathy Locke, Cathy NormanxStgan
Pierce, Edris Hilborn, Neyle Hunter, Wiff Shfrag'yil!
Toby Reschan, Sandy Bank, Janet Haaker, Barbara gig I,
Foster, Tracy Osenbaugh, Nancy Carson, Cindy
Sparks, Diane Smetona and thanks to Randy Denos,
for the cover design.
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