Acalanes High School - Aklan Yearbook (Lafayette, CA)
- Class of 1949
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PRESIDE 'FS MIISSAGE
The Acalanes student body completes its ninth year with its membership at
an all time high. More important than actual numbers, however, is the fact that
the school spirit has also reached a new peak. This has been reflected in your
enthusiastic participation in athletics, both on the field and in the bleachers:
your Willingness to work on all phases of our student body proqram, and the
general friendly atmosphere that prevails around the school.
The success of our student body has rested in your hands. Congratulations,
on a job well done.
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Once again the AKLAN brings you the record of the past
year's school activities. You will enjoy your yearbook now
and even more in years to come.
lt is important that students engage in many types of activ-
ities during their high school careers. lt is even more important
that through these activities you develop those attitudes so
important in a Well balanced personality: loyalty, initiative,
good sportsmanship, and consideration for others.
Undoubtedly our student body's fine spirit ond correct atti-
tudes are closely connected to the activity program which this
-NEIL M. PARSONS
The AKLAN is dedicated this year to a teacher much loved
by all her students. This woman has given generously of her
time and ingenuity since she came to Acalanes in l942.
She goes about her many activities so quietly that people
are often not aware that apart from her daily art classes, she
is advisor to the CSF., Acalhonors and stage crew groups.
Her art department is almost perpetually busy with art work
for dances, campaigns, plays or almost any affair at school
or in the community,
She is a favorite with all who know her because of her cheer-
ful and patient disposition, liberal mind and gentle sense of
humor which make her unforgettable.
lt is with great pleasure that we dedicate the 1949 AKLAN
to Vera Richardson.
STANLEY WALGREN LILY LAI-ITI
Vice Principal Dean oi BUYS Dean of Girls
EVA DALANDER LELAND RUSSELL
Girls' Counulor Boys' Counselor
Dons and Donnas are especially fortu-
nate in having an outstanding faculty. Their
first wish is always to help students with
their problems and encourage them to be
more capable and active people upon
graduating. They are not just teachers but
are real friends of their students. Even after
graduating, students often return for advice
and a friendly visit.
This year two more counselors were add-
ed to the counseling staff to provide two
counselors for lowerclassrnen and two for
upperclassmen. Many kinds of counseling
are provided for the students. Tests are
given to determine individual abilities and
achievement. Movies are supplied through
the audio-visual department to enlarge on
the methods of teaching. Vocational coun-
seling is also given freely.
PHYLLIS PETERSEN LOIS 0'CONNOR
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IOHN F. CHADDOCK CARL NEWBURY DR. RALPH C. HALL MELVIN IACOBUS M H STANLEY
Former President President Former President Clerk of Board
B0 BD 0F TIIUSTEES
These men, to whom the welfare of Acalanes is entrusted, are very necessary
to the running ot our school. Serving without pay, they spend much oi their
Valuable time looking for sites and planning for new schools, determining the
policy, and approving the course of study, daily schedule and textbooks for
Acalanes. Most of them have been closely connected with Acalanes through
their own children. They are elected tor staggered terms ot three years. Being
successful business and professional men also, they are known by the parents
of the community to be capable and intelligent.
job is never done.
M. BARNARD, D. SIMMONDS, A, DANIELSON,
S. JOHNSON. H. SELLICK
L. SIMS. H. PARK. E. PRICE
M. VELAZQUEZ. E. LINOTTI, W. MUDGE, F. POLLOCK
Our non-certificated stati certainly deserves a
vote ot thanks for all they do to keep our grounds
and facilities in top top iorm. With over eight hun
dred students in and out ot Acalanes daily their
NANCY JOHNSON VIRGINIA HANSON ELLEN GALBRAITH
Secretary Treasurer Social Secretary
THE ' DE T C UNCIL
The Student Council had a very successful
year and was able to put many new ideas into
action. The establishment of an annual football
trophy between Acalanes and Diablo was finally
accomplished. A Rally Committee was formed
to be a continuous group for planning or assist-
ing at rallies, assemblies, games, and many
other affairs where the leadership of a central
organization is needed.
Class Assemblies, voted by last year's Stu-
dent Council, were a new treat this year. The
Iunior and Senior Classes each gave a program
drawing solely on its own talented rnernbers.
Dons and Donnas were well entertained by their
clowning fellow classmen.
An exchange assembly with Alhambra High
school was held during the first part of the new
year, In December, before Christmas time, a
drive was held for food and clothing for the
needy. This drive, lasting two days, was a big
success. Boxes and boxes of food and clothing
were sorted in the new Mechanical Drawing
FRONT ROW. le!! to riqht: L. Iones. I. Price, I.. Dulbey. I. Field. P. Ellerd, I. Swanson. C. Courtright, D. Bedard.
C. Inman-Kane. SECOND ROW: S. Hawley. I. Dunlap. V. Hanson. N. Iohnson. E. Galbraith, G. Bcrrgones.
N. Brooks. B. Westlund. C. Mcmise. THIRD ROW: A. Dull. I. Pearson. M. Rucker. I. Comstock. T. Hall. K. Mat-
lock. M. Zbavitel. P. Randall. A. Bronson. A. Seulberqer. FOURTH ROW: I. Lnhstroh, G. Fowler. B. SYmes.
R. Van den Heuvul. D. Tierricm, P. Lurmer, I. Kluuder, B. Morrish. BACK ROW: D. Fey, M. Elvidqe. D. Iohnscn.
B. Ferro, B. Hampton. H. Neilson, G. Guppy.
room. Miss Bassignan's advisory, having been
iudged the winners of the contest, were guests
at the party given to the winning advisory after
ln May the regular student body elections
were held. The following candidates were elec-
ted to office: President, Marshall Freeman, Vice-
President, Lloyd Torehio: Secretary, Nancy Carl-
son, Treasurer, Karen Aaltioy Social Secretary,
Barbara Maclviahong Girls' Yell Leader, lanet
lanssey Boys' Yell Leader, Fred Read.
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CITIZEN SHIP COMMITTEE
This committee, consisting
of two seniors, two juniors,
one sophomore and a faculty
adviser, passes on Citizenship
point recommendations. The
student body president pre-
sides at its monthly meetings.
LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Amuson, V. de Lanecux. secretary, D. Laney, I. Davis.
B. Morrish. chairman, L. Russell, adviser. I- Field.
H. Beverley Fisher
David B. Stewart
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Iohn Klauder, President: Barbara Lusebrink, Secretary: Ioan
Green, Treasurer: Dave Iohnson, Vice President: Nancie Miller.
After four years of school work and school life, the Class of '49 is worthy of
an honored spot in Acalanes history. Proof positive that they could entertain
Was the forty-niners' successful Senior Assembly. The wonderful Senior Play,
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," brought forth their dramatic abilities. All
class dances were well received and pronounced successes. This, of course, is
with a special emphasis on the Senior Ball, "Enchantment"-a land of Fantasy.
V At the "Gay Nineties" Iunior-Senior Banquet, as juniors, they gave quite a per-
, formance. Their abilities surely stack up with the best.
ALPEN, ANNE-"Alpy"p nice personality:
SciencefMath majorg heading io S.F.
Stateg Band: C.S.F.
Boys Federation 47 Block "A"p Foorballp
Track: Baseball: Basketball: wonderful
ANDERSON. BARBARAfQuiet 'n mceg likes
sewinqp going to Middlesbury Collegeg
AMASON. LYNN-"l...D."y Vice-President of , ' "
Language major: Chorus,
BAHLS. MHVIS-Pretty blond hairp History
majorp going to S.F. Stateg wants to be
a teacher: swell gal.
BAILEY. DEAN-"GuS": Science majory ,
going to San lose Stateg Bandp Blue Printg 5, 1
joker- .. 4 . , f
BARGONES, DOROTHY GAIL-"Gail"p "ri
pretty eyes: class Social Secretary 27 as- , ' - R , r .2 K .
sistant yell leader 37 yell leader 4g head- ya , . - ' ' Q ,:'1
ing for San lose State. Z I L. 5:5 V Ng
itor 4g going to Marin I.C.p English-History , '
majorg likes tennis.
Bnnorr, BARBARA-Blue Print feature ed- ' - ' if ' f
BEEMAN, BOB-Science-Math marorg likes
hunting and "Linda"g going to a LC.:
l dislikes conceited people.
t BORGHINO, IIM-Auto Shop mayorg favor,
ite pastime is working on carsy quiet auy.
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BOWERS. BARBARA-Business major: likes
dancing and "All the Things You Are":
worked in student store: nice to know.
BRANNPN, KEITH-Red hair: favorite pas-
time sleeping: U.C. Extension next year:
BRODERICK. EDWARD-"Ed": majored in
English: Cal bound: likes driving: dis-
likes backseat drivers: quiet 'n nice.
BROOKS. NANCY LEE-G.A.A. 4 years:
Girls' League Treasurer 4: Drama:
Brunch: lots oi iun to know.
BHOWNING. IACQUELINE-"Iackie": Home
Er: major: going to Marin j.C.: likes
boats: cute gal.
BUCKNER. IOYCE-Business major: likes
sports: Dance: VicesPresident of G.A.A.
4: on 3 School Teams: nice to know.
BUSKIRK. MARIE-Likes to joke: goinq to
college: Drama: Chorus: sang at '48 Ir:
Sr. Banquet: on decorating committees:
fun to be with.
CARSON. BOB-lntends to ao into farminq:
likes to hunt: Football 3 years: Track Z
years: quiet: nice,
CHIAVINI. YOLLY-Likes Swimming and
Modern Dance: going to business col-
lege: nice personality.
CIANFICHI. WALT-Science major: head-
ing for Pharmacists' College: Acalhon-
ors: Block "A": Basketball: Track. swell
CLAICHE. IUNE-"Iunie": heading for bus-
iness college: favorite sonq "The Stars
Will Bememberu: beautiiul eyes,
CLARK. ALAN-Funny boy: likes ropina
and riding: going to Davis tor agricul-
tural course: "Chips": Track.
COHN. HARRELL--"l-lal": likes cars and
horses: Baseball 3 years: gunner,
COMES. DON-"Shorty": wants career in
Naval Aviation: Basketball: Baseball:
COMSTOCK, IANICE-"Ian": college prep.:
music major: likes to laugh: class Social
Secretar 3: Girls' League President '49:
Girls' Stgte '48: cute.
CONOVEH, BETTY-Handbook staff: G.A,A.:
C.S.F.: going to San lose State: wants
to be a nurse: nice smile.
COOK. NETTIE-"Nari": likes horseback
riding: Business major: heading for col-
lege: quiet 'n nice.
COOPER. JOY-"Shorty": Math major: likes
swimming and "Stardust": going to
C.O.P.: Acalhonors: dislikes people who
CRANSTON. IIM-"Rat": favorite pastime
locling: heading for Willamatte Law
School: "Chips": Swimming 4 years:
Danceband: good guy.
DALBEY. DAN-Math major: going to Stan-
iord for Physics or Med.: C.S.F.: Band:
Boys' Chorus: nice.
DALBEY, LU ANNE-Always happy: ma-
jored in History in l-LS.: likes to dance:
going to Cal.: Acalhonors.
DALY, ROSS LEE-"Lee": likes to play
piano: going into commercial art: Cho'
DAY. DONNA-Going to San Iose: C.S.F.:
G.A.A. Secretary '47: favorite pastime
sleeping: President of "Y-Teens": fun.
DE LA GARDELLE. GEORGETTE-"Gee
Gee": wants to be a nurse: pet peeve
is cabbage: likes to swim.
DETFR. SHIRLEY-Took commercial course
in H.S.: wants to be c stewgrdess: Blue-
print 3 and 4: fun to be with.
DEZZANI, GLORIA-"Di1zv": going to
business college: Audio-Visual Serve-
tfrrv: likes to plav Tennis: Treasurer
G.A.A. 3: Acalhonors: AKLAN.
DUNCAN. DON-Quiet Guy: Math. Historv
maior: heading for C.O.P.: dislikes gig-
gling girls: Boys' Chorus: Track.
DUNLRP. IUDIT!-I-"Iudv": English major-
goina to U. of Ariz.: favorite pastime is
laughing: C.S.F.: Blueprint Editor 3: per-
DUARTE, KEITH-"Pin lr.": likes Music'
aoing to Santa Rosa LC.: Band: citizen-
ship committee 3: Football.
EGGEN, NEELTIE-Pretty: loves to sew:
college prep.: Chorus: Drama: has nice
EMEHY. RUSSELL-"Russ": likes to fish:
shop enthusiast: quiet 'n nice.
ENDERSBY. KEITH-Math major: likes of-
swim: Block "A": Football: Swimming:
ENDERSBY. SANDRA-"Sandy": lovrs
horses: wants to be a nurse: aoina to
Cal.: President G.A.A. 4: Acalhonors:
Class Teams: nice.
ENGLESMBN. 'VOHN H.-College orep'
heading for Cal.: wants to be Engineer:
Acalhonors: swell guy.
EPSTEIN. ROY STANLEY-"Epr:v": pe'
Deeve, driving a car: going to I.C.: class
VicefPresident 3: Block "A": Track: loads
EVANS, H. DON-Loves auto races: p't
oeeve is women drivers: Acalhonors-
Boys' Chorus: Band: Track: good head
EVERSON. WARREN-"Shorty": likes to
have fun: going to Davis: Block "A":
Football: Basketball Rally Committees:
FEBULA. MAXINE-"Maggie": likes to
sew: college prep.: wants to be a nurse,
Y-Teens: office work: sweet.
FARNSWORTH. BARBARA-Always hapoy:
college prep.: going to Davis: hates bells:
C.S.F.: cute personality.
FENTON. SHIRLEY-College prep. major:
going to Cal.: Drama: decorating for
dances: poise and personality.
FIELD, IANET LOU-"Lou": majored in
English: going to Santa Barbara: Stu-
dent Council 2 years: Secretary Girls'
League '49: cute.
FINDLAY, VIRGINIA - "Ginny": played
Cornelia in Senior Play: C. S. F.: going
to Pomona to major in PsycholoqY: easy
FITCH. SHERBILL-New addition from New
Jersey: going to Cal.: likes riding horses:
FLEAGER. ANN-"Skip": Art major: AK-
LAN 4: loves Art: Acalhonors: always
willing to help out: swell gal.
IFORNI, IIM GEOHGE DAVIDSON-"Sir
lames": heading for Marine Corps then
college: Ir. Red Cross: Football '4B: line
FOX BILL- Hob Art major going to
Marine IC Basketball Blueprint one
of the boys
I-'REITAS LILLIAN Babe going to bus
mess college Audio Visual Secretary
G A A Acalhonors class teams 4 years
swell gal AKLAN
FRENCH IIM Frenchie going to Cal
Acalhonors Boys State 48 Band Cho
rus good head lots of fun
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FRY, HAROLD EDWARD-"'l'ecl": Math
major: going to college: came to us from
Berkeley: likes piano: Football: Track:
all time guy.
GALBRAITH. ELLEN-"E1": heading tor
Cal.: Yell Leader, '4B: Social Secretary
'49: citizenship committee: G.A.A.: won-
GANIO, MARIO-"Bop": Music major: go-
ing to C.O.P.: C,S,F,: Blueprint: music
letter: Orchestra and Band: good head.
GARDELLE, IANIS-"Ian": going to Arm-
strong: favorite pastime, going out: class
team: cute and lots of fun.
GAU, MICHAEL-"Miken: favorite pastime,
cars: joining Air Force: one of the funny
GELHAUS, CLAYTON-"College pi-ep.":
going to Cal: pet peeve, Model "A's":
favorite pastime, sleeping: quiet, but fun.
GIBSON, BETTE-"Bets": Art major: nice
voice: going to business college: C.S.F.
Drama: pleasure to have around.
GINN, MILDRED-College prep.: going to
San lose State: likes to hike: Acalhonors:
Mazorette: G.A.A.: guiet 'n nice.
GREEN, BLISS-College prep.: going to
Cal.: likes to fish: Vice-President of
"Chips": Acalhonors: Football: Track:
real swell guy.
GREEN, IOAN-"Verde": college prep.:
wants to be stewardess: Treasurer Sen-
ior class: dance committees: loads of
GREENE, CAROL-Spanish major: going to
college: C.S.F.: Handbook staff.
GREENLAW. IANET-"Jann: likes to have
a good time: going to San lose State:
favorite song "Night and Day": dance
committees: swell gal.
GRUPE, IOHN-"Iohnny": came to us from
New York: likes to work on his car: pet
peeve, these California women: nice guy,
GUILLOHY, GERRI-Blond hair: took come
mercial course: going to business col-
lege: Class Teams: nice ta know.
GULDENZOPF. IOANNE-"Io": going to
HALL, THEODORE-"Ted": College prep.:
yell leader '48: Student Body Vice-Presv
dent '49: Block "AH: Football, Basket-
ball: Track: all time guy.
I-IANSEN, MARIE-Favorite pastime, just
sittin': Blueprint staff: going to work after
High School: quiet 'n sweet,
HANSON. VIRGINIA-"G1nger": going to
C.O,P,: Soph. Sec.: Girls League Sec. 3:
Student Body Treasurer '49: G.A.A. Class
Teams: personality plus,
HARDING, BRUCE-College prep.: going to
C.O.P. to malor in Forestry: Block "A":
Track star: wonderful guy.
HARRIS, IBMES-"Ware": majored in Art:
"Chips": Track, Swimming: Blueprint:
one of the boys, loads of personality.
HAWORTH, HERB-'Math and Science ma-
jor: going to Cal to become Engineer:
Block "A": Swimming: what a smile.
HERRICK, IOANNA-"Io": Spanish major:
likes to play Poker: dislikes crowded
places: Acalhonors: pleasing ways.
HINKLEY, NEIL-"Alired": wants to go tn
Officers Training School: favorite pas-
time, sleeping: swell guy.
HICKOX, LYNDA--Came to us from Hay-
ward: nice eyes: going to Cal. to major
in Science: likes Modem Dance: C.S,F.
HOFFMAN, IOY-"lOy Beon": qoinq to get
married after High School: Class Teams:
always happy. Came in lunior year.
HOPKINS, ANABELL-"Annie": going to
Business School: V. Pres. Girls' League
4: C.S.F.: cute gal,
HUNTER, IOYCE-Likes Swimmina: qoing
to Armstrong Business Colleae: Drama:
HUBBARD. RICH-"l'lub": likes cars mid
girls: pet peeve ls cops stoppinq kids
with pipes: big gunner: lun.
IRWIN. FLOYD l..ATook business course:
going to work for Father after I-l. S.:
IACOBSEN. PAT-Took business course:
likes Swimming: Chorus 4 yrs.: real nice.
IESSER, FRANK-"Speecly": qmng to Cal.:
likes ritle shooting :St St. Louis Blues:
quiet 'n nice.
IOHNSON, ART-"WhiteV"7 Going to Stone
lord: C.S.F.: Block "AH: Football: Base-
ball: line quy.
IOHNSON, DAVID'-"Dave": going to Cal:
Pres. Boys' Federation 4: V. Pres, Sr.
class: C.S.F.: Block "AH: Football: Bose-
ball star: all time guy.
IOHNSON, NANCIE-Darling smile: going
to Santa Barbara: Acalhonors: Soc. Sec.
I:1Treas. 3: Sec. oi S.B, '49: real swell
IOSLIN. BILL-Favorite pastime, girls: go-
inq to Art College: Block "AU: Track:
Dance committees: good head.
KENNARD. SUSAN-"Susie": aoina to Col:
likes knittinq arqylesp Iunior Statesman:
Tennis, new to Acalanes: pretty smile.
KILGO, SUE-"Suzie": College prep.: loves
to ride. swim: citizenship committee 3:
l office worker: G.A.A.: pretty brown eyes.
KLAUDER, IOHN-"Honest lohn": going to
l Cul: Senior Class Pres.: AKLAN manager
'49: Pres. C,S.F.: personality galore.
KLITGRARD. CAROLYN-Mniored in Art:
Drama: College prep.: likes to collect
records: pretty eyes.
KOCH. WILLIAM-"Koch": gomo to S,F.
C.C.: Block "AH: Football: likes to hunt
and tish: real nice guy.
LAWSON. CAROLYN-Majored in French:
going to San Iose State: Modern Dance:
LEIVIMON, DIANE-"Lemon": lrkes to
swim: wants to be Dental Assistant:
LEY, SUSAN-"Sue": majored in French:
wants to be Interior Decorator: Drama:
Red Cross council 4 years: G.A.A.: pleas'
LITTLE: IERRY-Favorite pastime, looking
az girls: going to study music: Orches-
tra: Football: Track: wonderful ouy.
LONG, DAVE-Goinq to Santa Rosa lf.:
Shop Hound: liken to ploy pool: :silent
Q LUCAS, MARVIN-"rorty": likes sports:
majored in shop: Vice-President ot Block
"AH: Football star: Track: big gunner.
LUDLOW, DIANA-Going to College ot Arts
and Crafts: Modern Dance: G.A.A.:
Brunch: red hair: terrific personality.
LUEDEMANN. MARTHA-"Marcie": going
to U. of Michigan to study music: loves
to eat: Dance: darling gal.
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LUSEBRINK, BARBARA-"l.use": Art Col-
lege: Modern Dancer from "Bones" to
Benediction: AKLAN Art Editor '49: Stu-
dent Council: Acalhonors.
MAATA, GII.-Favorite pastime playing
drums: manager of Blueprint 3 and 4:
Swimming: good guy.
MAATA, RON--Going to Cal. Maritime
MACOMBER. NANCY-"Mac": likes to
knit: going to Cal: Student Council:
C.S.F.: Red Cross council: Ir. States'
man: lots of fun.
MACOMBER, PATRICIA-"Pat": going to
Davis: Science major: C.S.F,: Modern
Dance: quiet 'n cute.
MATLOCK. KERN-"Mat": wants to be En-
gineer: Social Secretary Boys' Federa-
tion: Student Council: President Block
"A" 4: Football star: Track: lady killer,
McVlCKAR, BARBARA-"Bcbbxe": likes to
knit: Student Council: Red Cross coun-
cil: Class Teams: cute and lots of fun.
MEDINA, RAPAEL--"Curly": Music ma-
jor: new addition to Acalanes: wants
to get into Dance Band: nice smile.
MENGES, JOHN IACOB-"Iake": going into
Dad's Business: Football: Track: quite the
skier: good head.
MESSICK, LEE-Maiored in Science: going
into Navy, then LC.: Track: Football:
nice to know.
MILLER. BEVERLY-"Bev": going to Cal:
C.S.F.: AKLAN staff 2: Dance: has sweet
MILLER, NANCIE-Going to College for
Dance: Girls' League Treas. 4: Pres.
Dance group: Christmas Madonna: Sr.
Class Soc. Sec.
MORRISH, BILL-Likes to hunt and fish:
Pres. "Chips" 2: Soph. Pres.: S.B. Pres.
'49: Block "AH: Track: Football: Swim'
ming: all time guy,
MURILLO, CARLOS-Likes roadsters: going
to LC.: Band: Block "A": Football: Bas-
NARDINI. IACKIE-Likes listening to rec-
ords: Commercial maior: Dance Class:
G.A.A.: Class teams: lots of fun.
NEIGHBOR. IOHN-"Iohnnie": took Pre-
Engineering: Block "A": Track star: Bas-
ketball: Dance committees: terriiic per-
NELSON, IOANNE-Likes to loaf and swim:
going to Oregon: Acalhonors: wants a
car: pretty green eyes and red hair.
NEMIR, DON-Going to Santa Rosa I.C.:
likes to loaf: Blueprint: pet peeve, not
being allowed to leave school at noon:
NICHELMANN, NORMA-Going on to busi-
ness college: dislikes people who don't
like her cooking: Acalbonors: Class
Team: swell gal.
NICHOLSON. BARBARA-"Nickie": iovor-
ite pastime talking: going to Armstrong
Business College: G.A.A.: Class teams:
NUNLEY, DOLORES-Favorite pastime is
singing: going to continue voice lessons
and work: Chorus: Girls' Sports: nice.
O'BANNON, PAUL-"Tall": Going to Cal
as Library major: C.S.F.: Orchestra: likes
to take movies and loaf: good sense of
PALMER, IOAN-"IP": going to Sacra-
mento l.C.: wants to be a teacher:
Drama: Orchestra: quiet gal.
PAHKEL. IOANEf"Io": likes horses: took
commercial course: C-.A.A.: Dance: Class
Teams: loads of fun.
PARSONS, IOANe-"Ioanie": favorite pas-
time-knitting: C.S.F.: Student Council:
Ir. Red Cross Council: fun and unas-
PINE. MARLIN-"Bud": wants to be an
aeronautic mechanic: hates women driv-
ers: Track: Basketball: Band: divine
POTTER, IOAN-"lay": going to Cal Arts
6. Craits: loves to draw: C.S.F.: Class
Team: dance decorations: nice person-
POWELL. CLAUDINE-"Shortie": majored
in Science: came in Senior year: going
to Baptist Bible College: sweet.
QUEHIO, MELVIN-What a smile: likes
Baseball: going to work: Basketball:
Baseball: funny bay.
QUILT., IOBN-Wants to be a nurse: likes
Gab Sessions and Tony Martin: Acal-
honors: pet peeve--orderly Study Hall:
RALPH. GWEN-Music major: going ta
C.O.P.: Chorus: favorite song-Stardust:
red hair: green eyes: nice combo.
RANKEH, IRAN-Majored in Art: loves to
design clothes: going to Cal: hates to
get up for school: Cute gal.
RAVAZZA, IACK-Favorite pastime-wooch
shop: going to work in auto shop: wants
to raise cattle: Baseball: real swell.
HEESE. SHIRLEY--Loves horses: going to
Cal to major in Science: majored in Math
in H,S.: pleasing personality.
REYNOLDS. DRUHY-"Dru": pet peeve is
homework: going to S.F.I.C.: Block "B":
Swimming: Track: attracting ways.
RHODES, JAMES I..-"Dusty": going to
Cal: wants to be an Engineer: likes
music: Football: new at Acalanes,
ROBERTS, FRANK I.-Likes cameras and
flying: wants to ily tor Army: has swell
ROGERS. MARY-"Roge": wants to be a
nurse: likes to swim: C.S.F.: G.A,A.:
"Y"-Teens: nice to know.
HOWELL, ED-"Butch": Science Math ma-
jor: hopes to go to Yale: C.S.F.: Chorus:
came to us in lr. year,
RUCKER, MAURINB-AKLAN ED. '49: go-
ing to Cal: Acalhonors: C.S.F.: Treasurer
Scph. Class: Girls State '48: lr. Red Cross
Council: sweet gal.
SCHHOLL, NANCY-"Nance": likes to eat:
going to college: C,S.F.: Modern Dance:
served on dance committees: nice to
SCHWARTZ. DON-Likes to swim: going to
Cal: wants to be an Engineer: Swimming:
Basketball: tall guy.
SEARBY. PETER-"Pete": majored in Mu!
sic: going to Marin I.C.: pet peeve, pea'
ple who don't like music: Drama: Track:
SHIELDS, FRANCIS-"Ir-ish": Math major:
going to study Forestry at Cal: Foot-
ball: Baseball: quiet 'n friendly.
SIMMONS, CAROL-Language major: loves
to eat: going to C.O.P. to major in Music:
Modern Dance 3-4: sweet gal.
SLAUSON. SAM-Going to Cal to major
in Forestry: pet peeve, '34 Fords: Block
"A": Basketball: Swimming: shy.
SPACKMAN. BOB-Going to a LC., then
to Cal: likes Spike Iones: Block "A":
Basketball: Swimming: shy.
SPIGHT, DICK-Likes sports: going to Ore-
gon io College: Acalhonors: "Chips":
Basketball: Swimming: quiet.
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SPIGHT, IBMES-"lim": likes Bebop and
playinq for Dances: Band: one oi the
SPRXNGSTON, TED-"Shorty": wants to be
an Engineer: likes music: Acalhonors:
' Block "A": Football: Track: super quy.
STARR, PATRICIA-"Pat": ooinq to San
lose State: pet peeve-Freshman Boys:
STEFFEN, GRE'I'AAGoinq to San lose State:
likes horseback ridinq: G.A,A.: Dance-
lriendly and shy.
STEVENS, PATRICIA-"Pat": Loves to knit:
qainq to San lose State: Drama, Blue,
print: winninq personality.
STEWART, RUTH-Dislikes homework: qo-
inq to Whitworth College: Acalhonors:
Chorus, sweet smile.
STOFFEL, CLAIRE-Likes hayinq fun, AK-
LAN Assoc. Ed: qoinq to Cal: Acalhonors.
Student Council 3: evei-ybody's pal.
SYMES, BOB-What a smile: qoinq to
study Forestry: Student Council 4: Block
"A": Swimming: wonderful quy.
TERRY. PATRICIA-"Pain: majored in His-
tory: wants to be o Nurse: Ltorary:
friendly: pleasing ways.
TIERNAN, DON-"Smiley": women hater:
qoinq into Dentistry: Pres., 3: S.B. Yell
Leader, '49, Block "A": Football and
Track star: handsome.
TURNER, ELAINE-Business mayor: qomq
to Armstronqs' Business College: favor-
ite pastimeAeatinq: new at Acalanes.
VAN AUSDAI., WILLIAM-"Bill", likes
Dancinq: pet peeve, broken shoelaces:
qoinq into Insurance: what a voice!
VAN DEN HEUVEL. ROY-Goinq to Colleqe
to study Law: Block "A": Basketball
and Baseball star: that smile!
WALDEN, GEORGE-"Hed": qoinq into
Navy: favorite pastime is records: quiet
and swell disposition.
WRNDEI., CAROL-Ati major in High
School: favorite pastime, loalinq: qoinq
to get married: quiet and pretty.
WEISEH, BERNICE-"Bern1e": going to Cal:
C.S,F'.: Handbook stail '47: Class Teams:
attractive and unassuminq.
WENTNER, RlCHARDf"Dick": likes Swim-
minq: qoinq to l.C. for Bus. Ad: pet
peeve, eqq plant: new addition.
WESTLUND. BARBARA-"Wesi": qoinq to
Business College: Ed of Blueprint 4:
Acalhonors: always happy.
WING, BOB-Mcjored in shop in Hiqh
School: wants to qo into business for
himself: quiet and friendly.
WINTERTON, GEORGE-Math major, qoinq
to work after H.S.: Swimminq: Track:
quiet and shy quy.
WOLVERTON. DON-"Wooly": likes to
eat: pet peeve, girls: "Graduation ma-
jor": blond and qood looking,
WOODMANSEE. IO ANN-"lon: Business
mayor: qoinq to College: Acalhonors:
Blueprint: quiet gal.
WOOLSEY, IORN-Always laughing: qo-
inq to Cal: Class Sec. 3: C.S.P.: Modern
Dance: G.A.A.: all time qall,
INES LOUISE ROBERTSON
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FRONT ROW, lett to right: Bob Ferro, vice
president: Dick Breuulr, president. BACK HOW
Rita French, social secretary: Betty Thomas
secretary: Sue Druhe, treasurer.
FRONT HOW, let! to right: D. lohns. A. Badgley, S. Finzel, I. Farrar, I.. Cooper, C. Hook, Y. Massone, S. Van
Cleuve, M. West. SECOND ROW: L. Haworth, P. Wood, I.. Van Deventer, N. Nunley, B. Redding, G. Fernandes,
B. Steiger. B. Buzard, B. Bush, I. Worden, D. Atwood. THIRD ROW: K. Harkness, B. Reynolds, C. Tigard,
R. Holmes, I. Oalzly,R. Drubin, K. Macon-uber, W. Hansen, D. Saunders. BACK ROW: R. Breuner, G. Guppy.
F. Munson, A. Hendrix, G. Kindler. D. Ingram, D. Laney, P. Dawson, B. Williaml, E. Lewis.
FRONT ROW. left to right: P. Ellerd, S. Druhe, B. Reark, E. Rhodes, B. Williams, B. Franzmnn, S. Barnhart.
I. Richard, B, DsTur, K. Schaeffer. SECOND BOW: E. Keeio, I. Niemann. I. Hansen. A. Smith. P. Culver.
D, Bowersock, D. Chapman, R. Indelicato, M. Wrxndel, D. Hoffman, A. Leavitt, I.. Icxckson, I. York. THIRD
ROW: R. Ortlnnd, I. Therle, L. Taylor, D. Schmidt, D. Allen, B. Ferro, I. Macomber, L. Bates, C. McBride.
F. Borqhesani, K. Keep, L. Lucas. BACK ROW: K. Smith, A. Mork, B. Cowden, C. Lucas, M. Freeman, I. Barrett.
D. Beede, G. McKenzie, E. Irwin, B. Sonduq. I. Marshall, L. Bierce, I. Forni. P. Larmer.
FRONT ROW, leit to right: A. Lurkey. B. French. I. Conner, B. Iohnson, I. Nelson. D. Thunen, A. Luman.
A. Mork. L. Crxstelnuovo. F. Eaton. SECOND ROW: B. Van Meier, I. Swanson. M. Rowland, I. Davis, M. Rauch.
C. Krcrwsnick. S. O'Neul, N. Carlson. I. Price. THIRD ROW: F. Reed, B. Hcxmoion. B. Champion. M. Biggs
Stirlon Odell D Kitlred e B Femon K ones D Tcrzer BACK ROW B Keeiauver K Sholin L Ferxquns.
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I. King. G. Ccckerlon, 0. Chiavini, B. Turner. B. Wcxn-en. C. Gzimshaw, I-l. Abel. A. Kniqhl. G. Fenton.
FRONT ROW, left to riqhl: B. Granzolio. L. Couri. G. Markineau, G. Plum. I. Sieberi. I. Silveria, B. Keeicxuver.
I. Randall. B. Steel. C. Martineuu. SECOND ROW: M. Hansen, B. Bowers, B. Cardot. S. Hawley. I. Icxrvis. G
MCNHI. C. White.1. Thomas. B. Thomas. K. Acxltio. S. Hammond. I- Adler. C. Rothqery. THIRD ROW: L. Ruff.
B. Nicolai, M. lanes, D. Carlson, B. Hayes, V. Lucas, V. Pears. T. Lassuqne, B. Ruff. B. Grove. D. Stroiher.
BACK ROW: T. Sellick. D. Ambrose. R. Ortlcmd. D. Parsons, I. Blalock, S. Wood, I. Neldcxm, I. Twomey
E. Keele. E. Blame, I. Gruver. P. Kullus.
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FRONT ROW, lefl to right: Ianet Iansee, treas-
urer: Nira York, social secretary: Ianet Chant-
ler, secretary. BACK ROW: Don Cvietuse, presi-
dent: Donn Bearden, vice-president.
FRONT ROW, lofi to right: W. Hall, I. Arnidsen, A. Parker, P. Sclxolin, I. Chanller, I. I-Iugheti, M. Blankenship,
N. Tinkham, E. Bahls, D. Munn, S. Castro, C. Minor, B. Groom, E. Domingos. SECOND ROW: D. Iordon, A.
McAllister, P. Gray, L. Luiz, I. Lee, N. York, I. Woodmansee, I. Iordon, L. Duranie, I. Pine, N. Dielrichq
THIRD ROW: C. Seal, A. Moressi, G. Maul, R. Vecchi, B. Ramia, P. Steqman, I. Sloifel, A. Perenlto, D. Wood,
I. Schlaler, I.. Gelhaus. B. Stirlon. BACK HOW: C. Bacon, E. Hubach, I. Wahl. I. Fender, D. Hassler, I. DeSoto,
D. Hallield, T. Biggs, E. Broom, I. Pearson, I. Iacobus.
FRONT ROW, left lo right: I. Merrow, B. Davis, M. Kennedy, B. Irwin, G. Beiller, S. McAnich, M. Zamlack.
S. Daniels, M. Kiltredqe, S. Tomer, P. Cash, D. Wadman. SECOND ROW: B. Weill, B. Duvivier, K. Lyser,
R. Hall, M. Burchlield, A. Gadsen, M. Burger, D. Bee, A. Yeager, I. Ponting, I. Velazquez, A. Halien, I.
Eqqen, V. de Laneux. THIRD ROW: F. Pierce, V. Osborn, C. Leach, P. Oliver, H. Tinay, B. Wallis, B. Matheson,
C. McPhee, I. Rounds, D. Bearden, L. Atkinson, B. Burkell, A. Dull. BACK ROW: I. Ierrell, B. Spurgeon.
'l'. Smith, N. Parsons. G. Fowler, R. Haines, I. Gi-eenluw. I. Wilent, B. Gorman, I. De Solo, F. Phillips, B. Fox,
D. Beniley, H. West.
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FRONT ROW. left lu riqhl: S. Fleager, I. Gamboa. S. Curry. S. Cosia. C. Earle, L. Pasquini. E. Banker, M
Thies. B. Dawson. D. Schnitzler, S. Harris. W. Palrick, C. Manise. I. Miles. W. Innes. SECOND ROW: A
Saunders. A. Champlin, A. Nerve. J. Bush. L. Dulhey, M. Downs. R. Kennedy. I. Kennerly, S. Crook. M
Vasques. L. Grimshaw. P. Zamlock, P. Pyle. I. Gordon, E. Neldam. THIRD ROW: K. Dana. 0. Babcock. H
Haskell. G. Miller, D. McDerrnond. S. Thompson, M. Schaeffer, W. Ackley. B. Moore. D. Smith, D. Larson
D. Plail. K. Spurgeon, G. Blodgelt. BACK ROW: B. Diehl. R. Dickie, A. Cheney. I. Iohnson. I. Daniels. B
D'Arezzo. E. Waker. G. Pinnellu, B. Saunders. B. Smiih. C. Peters. H. Flanders. D. Kun. F. Brown.
FRONT ROW. lelt lo right: I. Bailey. I.. Hendrix. I.. Iones. A. Gorman, P. Cavallera. P. Everest. N. Brown,
A. Bronson. F. Dickens, R. Sarge, I. Landes. P. Shelver, K. Manning. S. Knipe, E. Cooper. SECOND HOW: I
Colieral. S. Brown, B. Sprinqston, K. Davis, D. Iensen, C. Ward. C. Rucker, I. Raspiller. S. Williams. M
Winterlon. S. Lundquist, C. Ferrell. E. Plutner, I. Gordon. THIRD ROW: D. Badgley, G. Hazleti. I. Ogden-
W. Klilgaard. I. Ially, D. Arvidson, B. Borqhesani, D. Dehlin. H. Andrew, A. Capri, B. Herrick. I. Bownon
E. Greub. B. Peare. BACK ROW: B. Powers, M. McFarlane. ll. Ting, R. Hawkins. B. Morgan. S. Groenninqs,
I. McKay. I. Marvin. C. Drews. E. Murray, D. Williams, I. Price. R. Williams.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Lela Iohnslon. social secretary.
Carl Peters treasurer- C nlhia Miller secre-
PRES MAN C TASS
FRONT ROW, left to right: M. Hansen, A. Seulberger, M. Keyes, M. Hawley. B. Lewis, B. Mumford. C. Miller
M. Santos, S. Machado, R. Hooper, P. Cory, K. Dent, G. McDonald, I. Iensen, C. Nelson. SECOND ROW: C
Wallani. I. Irving. M. Zbavitel, V. Spellacy, P. Randell, C. Brennan, N. Mcliibben. L. Johnson, A. Wagner
B. Lewis, P. Patten, M. Orr, D. Green, I. Moss, D. Stone. THIRD ROW: B. Westlund, I. Higdon, N. Siegel
D. Duncan, E. Grimes, W. Staple, L. Nebeker, D. Reid, I. Runkle, I. Lynch, D. Flibush, B. Claiche, F. Cabral
W. Cole, B. Silveria. BACK ROW: W. Iohnson. N. Hinton, I. Englesman, E. Ambrose, W. Ruqh, N. Eccarius
R. Sillers. L. Perry, I. Vurek, A. White, A. Stanley, E. Tazer.
FRONT ROW, left to right: T. West, I. Glaiberman, L. Fisher, M. Troyer, E. Walsh, R. LaSalle, B. Pendleton
I. Neuman, L. Galbraith, I. Schofield, E. Seder, P. Timmons, I. Nardini, M. Tayler, I. Eaton. SECOND ROW
A. Everett, C. Stendere, S. White, D. Needham, M. Couch, V. Broman, D. Lavezzola, N. Carroll, V. Hiqdon
I. Very, D. Orme, A. Cianiichi, D. Townsend, I. Wright, P. Malvey. THIRD ROW: I. Macauley, L. Derric, N
Southworth, D. Finzel, P. Gates, I. Reynolds, L. Ansani, D. Hubach, N. Lescure, G. Good, B. Freitas, Lee
W. Brennan, D. Fey. BACK ROW: E. Saunders, K. Blakeney, T. Merry, B. Kleckner, I. Lohstroh, O. Gibson
M. Klemment, I. Keete, B. Keller, H. Bronson, M. Elvidqe, L. Manise, C. Collis.
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GIRL ' LEAGUE
Upon entering Acalanes each girl automatically becomes a member ot the
Girls' League. This organization was formed to promote a closer relationship
among the girls, better sportsmanship and citizenship.
The organization this year sponsored the annual Parents' Club membership
drive and the March of Dimes. The Mothers' and Daughters' Tea, which was the
group's largest event, featured a fashion show in which the girls modeled cloth-
ing for all seasons which they had made themselves.
FRONT ROW, left to right: V. Findlay. Regulations: A. Hopkins, Vice-President: N. Miller, Treasurer: B. Lusc-
brink. Senior Representative. BACK ROW: I.. Lahti, adviser: C. Inman-Kane, Sophomore Representative:
I. Comstock. President: A. Larkey, Iunior Representative: I. Field. Secretary.
BUYS' FEDEB TIO
The Boys' Federation organization is similar to that ot the Girls' Leaque in
that all Acalanes boys are automatically members. Most ot the business is trans-
acted in the cabinet. The aims of the Federation are to stress qood sportsmanship
and promote athletic participation. Activities this year included a basketball
clinic and the showing ot the Rose Bowl movies. The annual Fathers' and Sons'
Banquet in Iune was the biq event when Dons brought their fathers to dinner
LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Matlock, President of Block A: L. Amason, Vice4President: D. Stewart, Adviser: D. Iohn-
FRONT ROW. left to right: I. Guldenzof, A. Badqley, I. Lee. I.. Preitczs, I. Amdlsen, A. Parker, I. Chaniler,
I. Herrick, D. Hanawalt, E. Bahls, C. White, I. Woodmansee, A. Alpen, K. Lyser. SECOND ROW: L. Hickox.
B. Sondag, I. Velazquez, I. Potter, N. Macomber, M. McMurphY, M. Rowland. B. Grcxnzolto. G. Dezzani.
L. Caslelnuovo, I. Comstock, I. Parsons, B. Miller, D. Day. BACK ROW: B. Wickman. D. Cvielusa, D. Inqram,
P. O'Bannon, B. Sondag, W. Peakes. I. Klauder, A. Ichnson. D. Dalbey, I. Wahl, M. Rucker.
IRCNT ROW, left to right: I. Niemann, D. Beede. P. Pieilier, I. Woolsey. C. Grcsse, S. Srroon. D. Hoffman.
F. Eaton, B. Weiser, B. Gibson. V. Findlay, I. D. Hall, R. Tinay, T. Lassaqne. SECOND ROW: I. Woodmansee.
B. Buzard, I. Field, I. Moss, C. Miller, R. Iahnson, D. Hubach, H. Haskell, G. Coad, L. Galbraith, A. Seul-
berqer, P. Randall, M. Hansen, M. Eaton. E. Banker, I. Gordon. THIRD ROW: A. Lurkey, E. Galbraith, N.
Brooks, K. Macomber, B. Reynolds. M. Ganio, R. Freitas. M. Fabula, M. Ginn, A. Fleaqer, S. Fitch, I. Bush.
I.. Dalbey, C. Earl. P. Everest, N. Iohnson, B. McVickar. BACK ROW: C. Greene, P. Stark, K. Davis, S. Wil-
liams, B. Sprinqston, I. Swanson. B. Beark, K. Brannan. D. Van Nest, S. Endersby, M. Burger, N. Carlson,
D. Thunen. C. Inman-Kane. N. Miller.
C. S. F.
The Acalanes chapter oi the California Scholarship Federation is advised by
Miss Vera Richardson. Stanford University was chosen this year for the chapter's
annual college campus visit. The group had a very interesting time acquainting
themselves with another college campus. Later in the year, the group sponsored
its annual dance to raise money for the scholarship which is presented to one
of its senior members annually. Students receiving three A's and one B are
eligible for membership in the C.S.F.
Advised by Miss Vera Richardson, Acalhonors is one oi the two school
scholarship societies. This year both scholarship groups were larger than before,
there being approximately 104 in the Acalhonors group. Students who have re-
ceived at least three B's and one A for the semester are eligible for membership.
FRONT ROW, left to right: S. Druhe, D. Hoffman, V. Hanson, C. Stoflel, G. Barqones. H. Holmes, L. Atkinson,
I. Babcock, I. French, S. Reese. SECOND ROW: E. Murray, H. Flanders, M. Biggs, I.. Taylor, B. Warren,
P. Oliver, T. Sanford, I. Woolsey, C. Tiqurd. D. Bedard. BACK ROW: I. Niemann, F. Borqhesani. N. Parsons.
D. Beede, M. Freeman, L. Bierce. T. Smith, K. Ernst. A. Smith. D. Carlson.
FRONT ROW, left to right: B. Thomas, P. Plieiier. I. Woodmansee, R. Daly, R. Stewart. B. Mumiord. I. Neuman
F. Grimes, I. Vurek, B. Buzard, I. Huqhett, M. Blankenship, D. Reed, P. Cory. SECOND HOW: L. Pasqulm
B. Davis, S. Spoon, S. Curry, I. Greene, E. Turner, K. Blakeney, E. Neldam, P. Pyle, I.. Court, M. Hanson
I. Iurvis, F. Eaton. I.. Van Deventer. BACK ROW: I. Iacobus, I. Babcock, C. Tignrd, L. Atkinson, S. McAnxnch
I. McCruxn, A. Summers, I. Woolsey. D. Wadman, S. Hawley. D. Bedard. S. Brown, M. Wmterton, N. Brown
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This years' Senior Play was one of the biggest
successes of the year, providing a laugh-packed
evening for the audience. Adding to the success of
the production were set furnishings managed by
Nancy Macornber, costumes by Linda Hickox, and
properties by Ioan Potter. Virginia Findlay and
Ines Robertson turned in professional performances in their difficult roles. Other
principal parts were: Otis Skinner, Keith Brannon: Mrs, Skinner, Betty Gihsong
Monsieur de La Croix, lohn Klauder, Leo McEvoy, 'Ted Fry, Dick Winters, Bliss
Green. Completing the cast were: Marie Buslcirlc, Dan Dolloey, lucly Dunlap, lim
French, Mario Ganio, loanne Guldenzoph, Linda Hickox, Nancy lohnson, Susan
Ley and Kern Matlock.
Director: Oscar Busch.
FRONT ROW. fron! to
buck: W. Hugh, B.
Reynolds. D. Evans. B.
Keelnuver, D. Dalbey.
C. McPhee, D. Bent-
ley. SECOND ROW:
D. Day. I. Gruver, F.
Pierce. R. Medina. T.
Hageman, T. Sellick.
THIRD ROW: M.
Gunio. D. Beede. F.
lesser. R. Raines. S.
Hammond. D. Spiqht.
FOURTH ROW: P.
Searby, R. Drahin, I.
Silveria. W. Hansen.
ROW: D. Ingram. R.
Rodgers. D. Dehlin. D.
Bedard. K. Dana. I.
Hall. P. Stegrnon.
FRONT BOW. lei! to riqhl: C. Krausnick. A. Evereil, C. Minise, I. Miles, V. Brahman, B. Mumiotd. B. Keeiauver.
N. Dieierich. D. Atwood. 5. Machado. B. Groom. G. McDonald. SECOND ROW: I. Schofield, M. Buskirk. E.
Rhoades. H. Williams. I. Irving. I. Comsiock, W. Pairick, D. Ferguson, C. Green. B. Anderson. I. Guldenzopi,
L. Cooper. I. Farrar, S. Finzel. THIRD ROW: I. Dunlap, N. Iohnson. B. Nicholson. M. Rowland. G. Ralph, B.
Cardoi. M. Hansen. P. Eaton. D. Lavezzola, K. Manning. P. Stevens. L. Couri. G. Martineau. BACK ROW:
I. Kennedy. A. Smith. I. Colleral. C. Rucker, A. Gadsen. R. Indelicuto. B. Franzman. K. Schaeiier. A. Luman.
D. Thunen, I. Bailey.
FIRST ROW. le!! lo
right: B. Sxnilh. I.
Spiqht. M. Ganio, C.
Miller. I. Palmer, M.
Blankenship, E. Ran-
ker. BACK ROW: K.
Blakeney. D. Haif-
man, D. Day, A. Al-
pen, B. Keeiuuver, D.
Bedard, R. Haines.
B. Keeiauver, F. les-
ser. I- Fender, K.
Dann, B. Reynolds, I.
Gruver, D. Ingram, D.
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FRONT ROW, left lo right: I. Freels, I. Spight, H. Brennan, I. McColley, C. Derrick G Mxller E Huhach D
Hassler, T. Biggs, I. French, I. Klauder, R. Birdwell, Director Bruce Handley. BACK ROW L Sommers I Kmq
I. Jolley. T. Lcxssaqne, D. Welch, T. Sellick. M. Biggs, R. Emery. R. Wentner. D. Duncan G Kmdler E Rowell
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York. G. Bargones, B.
Westlund, S. Kilqo. E.
Galbraith, C. Stoffel.
P. Randall, I. Woolf
say. N. Schroll. I.
FRONT ROW, left to
right: K. Aaltio. B.
Steel. N. Alexander.
B. Buzard. D. Atwood.
D. Iohnson. BACK
ROW: I. Parsons, D.
Iohns. D. Thunen, A.
Mark, I. McCrum. I.
Neiman, P. O'Bannorx,
Librarian R. Fletcher,
FRONT ROW. left to
right: D. Collis. D.
Saunders, A. Hawks-
worth. B. Bowers.
BACK ROW: A. Iohnv
sun, I. Emerson. D.
Lavezzola. L. Ruff. D.
Welch, P. 0'Bannon.
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me to Carnival
n Prizes, Dance,-
me to the dance tonight! Get
3111031 HM Ulf ZH? across
Bale, or that bloody in Eng-
D081 be shy! Come and meer
aiors will welcome freshmen
other new students at l :tag
be, to be held tonight from
to 12:00 p. m. in the Acalanes
, Admission win be ny nu-
Ngenerul admission price of
e Get-Acquainted dance will
a carnival theme, with a
ty of guna, among which
1 duck pin bowling. ringtnss,
hue telling, and bean hu
The prion in I0 coats
Also ineludad in the
is a picture taking mu-
KLAUD R, 'ROGERS
After much debating
song sophomores, headed by
To Stanford, Ocfobof
'g Alkan Prcture
H Monday, Tuesday und
lnesday senior pictures
jftaken by the Hal Matson
W, Boys should wear
11 shirts, open at the throat
:fthe girls will wear wh! BARBARA
w cred blouses.
'I may be made to have Mount
'X for personal use, Rikon M your
H cap and gown.
Q Group pictures of tht ii
jf and some activities will lt ill-
'I en Thursday and Friby.
Y-Rays to le Tdll
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ma Ind lcd: vice
Bah lure: century,
built in Walnut Creek
fs emma um enwumeni
'mil be about 950. If
that the maximum
wall be approached in
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ghnun: swimmixfg, Sue Kilgqg
archery, Joanne Randall: basket.
ban. Judy Dunlap: Softball, Am.,
Hawksworth: Weedblll, Anne A1.
pen: tennis, Barbara Barottg bgd.
He will illuttrite with lll'l!'
working models at the Pdomlr
Period tobe dropped later in
iock, Carol lloniset, Bill
Hirry Nieilsn, Joh
Randall, Jackie Price,
Ruckus, Ann Beulburger
Summon, Don Tiex-nan,
den Heuvei. Barbara
The Acalanes handbook is an organized, de-
tailed index of the activities, classes, faculty,
rules, and regulations of the school. It is pub-
lished every year and distributed to each student
at the beginning of the school term.
This year's book was changed in size, color,
shape and cover design. The division pages are
new: photographs and a course of study have
been added. The staff has no editors but is under
the direction of Mr. Wilson Sanchez. Iohn Coul-
son and Allen Knight did all the new art work
in the 1948-49 handbook.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: C. Greene,
V. Findlay, Mr. Sanchez, A.
Knight, B. Conover, B. Weiser.
J Il. BED CBIISS
The Acalanes Chapter of the Iunior Red Cross
Was first organized in 1947 when the Walnut
Creek Chapter sent three delegates to the annual
summer training camp. With the money from
their membership drive, the 1947-48 council
bought games and athletic equipment for the
Iuvenile Hall in Martinez. They also made tray
favors for the Camp Stoneman Hospital as a
Christmas project. The annual membership
drive in November of this year netted about Sl 15.
This money was used to assist further the Mar-
tinez Iuvenile Hall.
FRONT ROW, left to right: P.
Larmer, F. Eaton, N. Macom-
ber, S. Ley, C. Stofiel, I.
For-ni. SECOND ROW: I. Par-
sons, M. Rucker, W. Innes, I.
I.eTendre, M. Keyes. BACK
ROW: S. O'Neal, A. Larkey,
E. Plclner, D. Luveuola, I.
Gamboa, I. French.
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FRONT ROW, lett to right: D. Tiernan, I. York, I. Kinq. G. Cockerton, O. Chiavine, M. Lucas, L. Amuson,
B. Morrish, W. Klitquard, L. Nebeker. SECOND ROW: I. Forni, B. Ferro, F. Shields, A. Iohnson, X. Matlock,
B. Koch, C. Murillo. L. Toxchio. D. Iohnson, B. Green. BACK ROW: K. Duarte, L. Lucas, S. Slauson, T. Fry.
T. Sprmgslon, K. Endersby, W. Everson. P. Larmer, D. Laney, Coach Erwin Mattson. Coach Bob Stevens.
FRONT ROW, lelt to right: Couch Charles Eaton, I.. Nebeker, O. Southworth, R. Hawkins. D. Schmidt, I..
Bierce. B. Morgan, G. Hazlett. B. Wallis. B. Shepherd, D. Lee, B. Westlund. A. Stanley. K. Klitgaurd. SECOND
ROW: E. Greub, I. Bowron, I. Price, D. Williams, I. Daniels, B. Williams, G. Delirlqelis, I. Stirton, B. Herrick,
D. Fey, M. Elvidqe, B. Freitas, Couch Dave Stewart. THIRD ROW: V. Osborn. P. Dawson. R. Breuner, L.
Feoquns, K. Scholin, B. Turner. L. Taylor. P. Ruff, K. Green, D. Cvietusa, R. Osmundson, P. Kallas, B.
Borghesani, B. Ives. BACK ROW: I. Marshall, C. Lucas, I. Barrett, I.. Bates, H. Nelson, F. Borghesuni, D. Ting,
G. GUPPY, C. McBride, A. Knight, E. Erwin. F. Munson, B. Hampton, I. Odell.
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29 Antioch A... ,,.... 3 7
44 Crockett ........ 30
45 Pittsburg ....,... 41
39 Alhambra ...... 30
38 Diablo ............ 28
28 Antioch ......,,,, 26
33 Iohn Swett ...,,, 45
20 Pittsburg ....,... 37
26 Alhambra .,,,.. 31
39 Mt. Diablo ,.,... Z5
FRONT ROW. left to right: M.
Quex-io. L. Torchio. D. Laney.
T. Hull, Hoy Van Don Houval.
I. Daniels, R. Ting. SECOND
ROW: A. Stanley. G. Stanley.
H. Nislson. K. Sholin. L. Ama-
son. I.. Feuqans. F. Reed.
Coach Mattson. B. Silveric.
BACK ROW: B. Spcxckman. C.
Lucas. M. Freeman. D. Beads.
I. Marshall, B. Box-gsscmi. B.
18 Antioch ........., 31
10 Crockett ....Y,,, 42
24 Pittsburg ........ 23
20 Alhambra .... 13
10 Diablo 1........... 24
29 Antioch ,...,.,... 26
16 Crockett .....,,. 44
18 Pittsburg ........ 21
32 Alhambra ,.,, 36
31 Diablo ............ 19
FRONT ROW, lei! to right: I.
Bowx-on, B. Fox. D. Spight. N.
Parsons. B. Champion. D.
Spurgeon. SECOND ROW: B.
Keefuuver. R. Dunn. R. Van
Nest. B. Kleckner. K. lanes. E.
Tczer. Coach Eaton. BACK
HOW: I. Stix-ton. E. Bxoone. P.
Kallui. M. Klemmenl. M. Zl-
vidge. D. Duncan.
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FRONT ROW. leh io right: B. Harding, S. Epstein, D. Tiernun, W. Ciunlichi, D. Long, D. Beede. B. Ioslin, B.
Warren, I. Stirion. I. Neighbor. B. Cowden, B. Hnmpion, B. Ferro, P. Larmer. SECOND ROW: Coach C. Eaton,
B. Morrish, E. Irwin, H. Neilson, C. Lucas, D. Nemir. L. Lucas, T. Springslon. O. Chiavini, D. Laney, I. Price,
I. Daniels, R. Osmundsen. THIRD BOW: B. Smith, L. Bates. W. Peakes. D. Duncan, K. Smilh, D. Wentner,
D. Ambrose, I. Twomey, R. Knight, G. Iohnson, B. Carson. P. Serby, I. Little, B. Herrick, R. Hawkins. BACK
ROW: I. Iolly, D. Holmes, R. Medina. H. Haskell, R. Rogers. I. Odell, D. Williams, E. Greub, D. Badqley. B.
Morgan, K. Keep, I. Macomber, B. Psare. E. Weber, B. Powers.
66 2 "5
, ,,,., Pittsburg .
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70 3 '5
"A" trcxckmen placed third in the
Davis trcxck meet cmd second in the County
FRONT ROW. leit io right: I. D. Hull. S. Lawrence. R. Lundqen, I. Pearson. G. Hooper. B. Wickmcm G Coud
E Tuzer. A. Clark. I. Johnson. M. Elvidge. E. Ambrose. I. Hull, E. Broome. BACK ROW: B. Clcriche I Cook
I Freels. T. Scmiord. D. Been-den, B. Williams. D. Van Nest, B. Kleckner, F. Orme. K. Blcxkeney. T. Keonxq C
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35 1, '2
Bacon, D. Fibush. Coach R. Lord.
In both the Iunior Varsity meet at Pitts-
burg and the county meet, Acaiahes Class
E" track men placed third.
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FRONT ROW, Ieit to right: S. Slauson, M. Querio, R. Van den Heuvel. B. Fzx, L. Amason. I- King. P. Dawson.
Coach E. Mattson. BACK ROW: D. Green, B. Warren, F. Borqhesnni, C. McBride, G. Cockerton, K. Iones, A.
Iohnson, I.. Torchia.
FRONT ROW, left to right: K. Green, I. Gruver, A. Moresi, D. Fey. D. Dehlin, A. Peroneho. I.. Derrick. R.
Carniglia, M. Klement. SECOND ROW: H. Dunn. I. Stoiiel. V. Ogden, P. Gates. B. Westlund. H. Watson.
I. Keele. B. Grove, I. Macaulay, A. Hendricks. BACK ROW: L. Perry. E. Murray. B. Borghesani. D. Spurgeon.
B. Freitas, I. Bowron, E. Greuh.
VARSITY SCORES IUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
Acalones Opponent Accxloines Opponent
2 ....,,., Pittsburg ..,, U 0 ....,,, Son Leandro ,,,. 15
1 ...... Diablo ,,,,. U 3 ,,,,,,,, El Cerrito ,,,,, 5
1 ,,,,,, Alhambra ,,,. 8 U ..,,... Richmond ...., 3
9 ,..... Crockett ,,,,,, 3 3 ,,,,,,, Richmond ,,,,, 2
3 ,...., Antioch 7 O ,,,,,,, Diablo ., ,, 9
10 .,.... Pittsburg .,,. 1
26 .....l Dictblo ..... 1
5 ...... Alhambra ..., 1
5 ,,,,,. Crockett .,,... 1
FRONT ROW, Iefl to right: I.. Wendell, B. Symes, I. Webb. D. Reynolds, I. Harris, I. Englesmcn, D. Wentnar.
T. Roemer. 1. lucobus, D, Wendell. BACK ROW: G. Wintarlon, R. Raines, G. Manta, D. Schwartz, I. Green-
luw, K. Endorsby. M. Freeman, H. Haworth, G. McKenzie, Coach D. Stewart.
The "A" swimming team was partly handicapped this year with the early
loss of its star, Marshall Freeman. Although two wins and five losses went down
on the record, the Dons walked away with the county championship for the
sixth year in a row. Five new county records were set by Symes, Raines, Iverson,
Blalock and Macornber.
Acalanes Opponent Acalanes Opponent
24 ..,..... Lincoln ,,i,.,..,,,,,, 19 lU ........ Tamalpais ..,.., 56
Q Cal Frosh ..,,,,,.., 55 63 FAFAAAA- Diablo -wY-wvY' 12
37 ...,.,,. Hayward ..,,. ,, 38 61 .,...... Alhambra ..... l 3
23 ......,. Berkeley ,,,,, ., 52 26 .....,.. Sequoia ....,. 49
FRONT ROW: L. Wendell, G. Winterten. H. Bronson, I. Reynolds, N. Escczrius, T. Biggs. I- Rounds, E. Tazer,
N. Siegel, D. Wendell. BACK HOW: Couch D. Siewcrt, H. Holmes, M. Klemenl, D. Dickie. I. Blalock, I.
Kistinqer. R. lverson, D. Platt. A. White.
This year Acalanes had the most poweriul "B" swimming team in its history,
racking up win after win and not losing one meet. The mainstays of the team
were Tony Biggs, Rod Iverson, lohn Rounds, lim Macomber and lerry Blalock.
In the Diablo meet Blalock set a new record oi 234.7 in the 50-yard backstroke.
At the county meet the "B" team climaxecl the season by taking first place.
Acalanes Opponent Acalanes Opponent
30 ..,..,.. Hayward ....,,.. 27 49 ,,,.,,. Diablo ,.,,, , , 8
31 ..,..... Berkeley .,.., .. 26 47 , ,,,,, Alhambra ,, 5
Z7 .,..,,,, Tamalpais ,,., 2l i8 . .. .Sequoia ,, 39
FRONT ROW, le!! to right: A. Ames, T. Smith. A. Dull, H. Flanders. BACK ROW: S. Zumwall. R. Drabin. I.
Iucobus. B. Shepherd, B. Wallis, Coach A. Winchester. Not pictured: N. Parsons. D. Bentley. R. Dunn.
TEN N S
This first tennis team in the history
of Acalanes had a very successful
season winning 8 out of lO matches.
The top men are Scott Zumwalt, Bob
Wallace, Rodger Dunn, lim lacobus
and Art Dull.
6 George Washington .. l
6 Diablo ........,..,,..,,,,, ,,,,. 0
2 Lincoln .,.,,,,,.,.......,.,,,.,.. 5
4 Albany ..,, . 3
5 Hayward .,,,....i... , 2
U S. F. State ,,Y,.,,..,... . 7
4 Vallejo College ......r. , 3
7 St. Mary's ,.,.,,,,,, , l
3 Tamalpais ,,i.. , 2
The Block "A," our varsity orqanization, had a very successful year. They
sponsored a drive to clean up the grounds around the school. To raise money
they sold programs at many of the sports events. The annual Block "A" picnic'
was held at Lake Anza.
FRONT ROW, leit to right: T. Hall, D. Laney, T. Fry, K. Duarte, I. Forni, F. Borqhesani. I. Neighbor. K.
Endersby, W. Everson. L. Torchio, B. Ferro, M. Freeman, C. Lucas, T. Sprinqston. SECOND ROW: L. Gelhaus,
L. Nebeker, C. Murrillo, K. Jones, A. Johnson, B. Symes, R. Tinay, W. Chicznlichi, D. Iohnson, B. Turner, G.
Cockerton, O. Chiavini, I. Kinq. THIRD ROW: C. Klitqaard, M. Lucas. B. Morrish, B. Green. I. York, D.
Tiernnn. S. Epstein, S. Slauson, Icy Fomi, B. Harding, R. Van Den Heuvel, K. Matlock.
FRONT ROW, left to right: F. Borqhesani, G. Guppy, C. McBride, B. Peakes, I. Harris, P. Kallus, B. Wax-ren,
A. Clark, D. Cvieiusa. SECOND ROW: I. Blalock, R. Ting, P. Hull, B. Hampton, I. Mcrcomher, L. Taylor, I. O'Dell.
The Chips society is the Acalanes lunior Varsity organization tor winners
of letters in the "B" classification. lt was formed three years aao. This years
president was Alan Clark.
As a regular part of the Girls' P.E. program,
tournaments in team sports were held between
the classes and also in the individual sports:
Archery, tennis, badminton and swimming. The
following GAA. girls were managers of the
team sports tournaments: swimming, Sue Kilgog
archery, Ioanne Randall: basketball, ludy Dun-
lapp softball, Ann Hawkesworthp speedball, Ann
Alpen, tennis, Barbara Barotty badminton, Pat
FRONT ROW: P. Pfeiffer, I. Buckner,
I. Randall, S. Endersby, M. Hansen.
BACK ROW: S. Kilqo, N. Iohnson, A.
Huwksworth, A. Alpsn.
Pfeiffer, volleyball, Ianet Farrar. The sixth period
teams won in the speedball, basketball and
The GAA. sponsored several non-competition
playdays at Acalanes. Some of these were held
between Diablo and Acalanes girls when the
Dons and Devils were playing. The very success-
ful county playday, which over two hundred
girls attended, was also held at Acalanes.
FRONT ROW: I.. Freitcxs, D. Day. 1.
Buckner. S. Kilgo, S. Endersby. E.
Galbraith, G. Barqones, N. Brooks.
BACK ROW: A. Larkey, G. Dezzani.
P. Pfeiffer, 5. Van Cleuve, M. Hun-
sen. A. Alpen, V. Hanson, S. Hum-
mond, B. Nicholson.
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Dairy Products of Every Description
Telephone Pledmont 5-0064
195 Forty-First Street
Oakland 1 1, California
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1350 Main Street o Walnut Creek
Phone Walnut Creek 3134
McPhee-'s Fine Wallpapers
Pacific Provincial Furniture
C LARK' S
1531 Locust Street . Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek Paint Supply iy
to yy P 1630 Main sneer t , : .R h KAISER-
, ,y Phone wc. 3551 PNP mms
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X ' ' K' A R T 1 S T S I
+-e-M KILBOURN MOTOR SALES
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K Vlllsstllgble Wallpaper Midway between Lafayette and Walnut Creek
A ' ' f-' 'Trimz Borders and
HERB'S HARDWARE CO.
Everything for the Home and Garden
DELTA POWER TOOLS
Phone Walnut Creek 4519
Walnut Creek Pharmacy
Phone Walnut Creek 2772
On the Corner ff Walnut Creek, California
IACK'S o Fountain-Lunch
1425 MAIN STREET fe WALNUT CREEK
KLAD-EZEE Chi1dren's Shop
Better Clothes for Girls and Boys
1328 MAIN STREET WALNUT CREEK 2405
NOTHING COULD BE EINER --f OR NEWER
LINCOLN Ond MERCURY
SALES Ond SERVICE
1839 MT. DIABLO BOULEVARD
Phone WALNUT CREEK 4431
WE PROTECT WHAT YOU HAVE
F. A. MARSHALL CO.
Gene Williams, Moncqer
l354 Main Street o Walnut Creek
Specializing in teenage shoes
for you q men cmd women
Ralston -- Albers -- Purina
F E R T I L I Z E R S
Gaviota S Best - Viqoro
GRASS SEED - PEAT MOSS
GARDEN TOOLS 6- SEEDS
SAND - CEMENT
Flue Lining - Fire Clay
LIME - BRICK
Sewer Pipe - Drain Tile
Rock - Road Base
FARMERS FEED 8: SUPPLY
WALNUT CREEK Wa1nuiCreek2564
We sell and cut meat for home freezers
YOUR LOCKER DOESN'T COST -
UNION ICE CO.
1644 BONANZA STREET ' WALNUT CREEK
We sell Mottats Manteca beet
Office Phone: W.C. 3445 Res. Phone W.C. 4744
T U C K E R
WALNUT CREEK TUCKER SALES
I. C. Pierce, Manager
I667 MAIN STREET ' WALNUT CREEK, CALIF.
R E I C HH O L D
Telephone W.C. 4481
Sales C H E V R O L E T Service
East and Main Streets,Walnut Creek
Inland Typewriter Co.
l5l3 MAIN STREET ' WALNUT CREEK
Phone Walnut Creek 2263
Good Luck tothe '49ers!
STA TIO NERY
Phone Walnut Creek 2263
1613 Main Street o Walnut Creek
SAIVIIVHE EVANS, INC.
YoUR JM-d, DEALER
1816 N. Main Street
Service on all makes Free pickup and delivery
Phone w.c. 2727 - 3181 -5391
Valley Home cSAuto Supply
1316 MAIN STREET
WALNUT CREEK, CALIFORNIA
CLASS OF '49
Prudential Lite Insurance
FIRE AND CASUALTY LINES OF ALL KINDS W A L N U T C R- E E K
"?Err"' 4 F L O R I S T
Growing bigger with Lafayette since 1921
TTT' OWN 1218 Main Street Vifalnut Creek 2396
LAFAYETTE o CALIFORNIA
For Women's Wear . . .
The Clothes Horse
1546 Bonanza Street ' Walnut Creek
Meet Ed Lewis and Dru Reynolds
B O M A C ' S
DIABLO DRUG CO.
A Friendly Store
WALNUT CREEK o CALIFORNIA
1374 MAIN STREET PHONE w.c. 2069
THE CAMERA SHOP
1531 Cypress Walnut Creek 3507
THE BRASS LANTERN
KNITTING 6. CROCHETING SUPPLIES
Gitts ' Stationery ' Greeting Cards
Telephone 3271 Walnut Creek, California
Van's Shoe Shop
Phone Walnut Creek 2753
1325 Main Street ' Walnut Creek, Calif.
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Phone Orinda 5101
44 Moraga Highway
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Mt. Diablo Blvd. Walnut Creek Oakland California
OWEATA BABY SHOP BEAUTY SHOPPE
Lafayette 4834 Garrett Building
53 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette Lafayette 4662 Lafayette
EDWARD H. CONNER. Inc
MORT SPARLING CQNSTRUCHON
Lafayette 2161 Phone Walnut Creek 2212
RELIABLE PRESCRIPTIONS LOCALLY Lafayette California
NU-ES-SPEARS MILADY'S sHoP
1520 Main Street
Phone W. C. 3355 I
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THOMPSON ELECTRIC CO.
141 l Main Street
Bennett Supply Co.
"Keep it clean"
IANITORIAL - MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
Phone Lafayette 2256
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OPEN SUNDAY MORNING
REALTORS and INSURERS
25 Years in Orinda Village
QUALITY MEATS e VEGETABLES
DELICATESSEN o GROCERIES
Ouality and Fancy Foods
Phone Lafayette 2286
Across from Plaza
lO9 Orinda Highway Orinda 3131
KIDDIETOWN NEW SHOES
CHILDRENS CLOTHES Sizes 1-14 VILLAGE SHOE SHOP
IUVENILE FURNITURE o TOYS Expert Repairing Phone Orinda 2535
RICHARDS DRUG STORE IO ANN'S
Phone 4884 1343 Main Street
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N E V E R E ' S BUILDING MATERIALS
SMART APPAREL SHOP LAFAYETTE
Phone 4823 BUILDING MATERIALS CO.
Next to Park Theatre Lafayette, California Phone Lafayette 4412
BOERO'S SPORTS SHOP
ATHLETIC SHOES and GYM CLOTHING
1949 Mt. Diablo Blvd, Phone 3263 Walnut Creek, California
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with the tapered toe
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Phone Lafayette 4453 Lafayette A531055 frgm Plaza
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FINE PASTRIES - CAKES . ROLLS
2323 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Walnut Creek Walnut Creek
ORINDA ELECTRIC SHOP F U R S
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Electrical Appliances H A R E L
In the Village Orinda 8009 Walnut Creek Californi
LESTER G. LAWRENCE
CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH
1639 Main Street Walnut Creek
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WALNUT CREEK HOME and GARDEN
BEAUTY SHOPPE SUPPLIES
RALPH and OWEN Lmyelle 4477
LAFAYETTE RENTAL 971134, '91, 970mm
and SUPPLY LADIES' APPAREL
291 W. MI. Diablo Blvd. Phone 4607 1533 Cypreslghone W-vgdfifgcreekl C
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CLOTHING o TOYS a GIFTS
Orinda 2958 In the Village
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Diablo Car 8: Home Supply
THE GOODYEAR STORE
l330 Main Street Walnut Creek, California
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When better automobiles
are built BUICK will build
Sheet Metal and
New Furnaces Installed
Furnace and Sheet Metal Installations
of All Kinds
Repair Service on All Makes of Furnaces
Phone Walnut Creek 2409
1535 East Street Walnut Creek, Calif.
FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE
and Many Other Delicacies
Mt. Diablo Boulevard Lafayette 2558
SALES AND SERVICE STEELE? SHOP
BEAUTY SHOP DIME AND DOLLAR STORE
Lafayette 4808 Lafayette 9918
Orchard Nursery and Supply
Midway between Lafayette and Orinda
Phone Lafayette 4712 Lafayette, Calif.
LAFAYETTE PET SHOP
PETS and SUPPLIES
Lafayette 2452 Lafayette, Calif.
THE PIONEER STORE
GROCERIES o FRUITS Q VEGETABLES
Phone 44U1 o Meat Market 4582
First and Golden Gate
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Office Phone 4315 - Residence 4677
Park Theatre Bldg. Lafayette, California
THE SHOE BOX
1510 Bonanza Street
Walnut Creek California
TOYS o HOBBYCRAFT Real Estate
QLOTHING G. 1-1. COCKERTON
TOTS N TEENS SHOP ,
1414 Mum Street Wulnui Creek 4521 Walnut Creek 3420 1642 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
Good Luck, '49ers
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Harry Parks Office
1960 Mt. D1Q1y1O Blvd. wqmut Creek 4411
Troy's Associated Station
TIRES o BATTERIES o LUBRICATION
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Dresses 0 Sportswear
Telephone Orinda 2488
FOR FINE FABRICS
Phone Lafayette 3318
72 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette, California
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Terms if You like' Theatre Building Phone 8233
Homemade Ice Cream
PI Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette 2453
on the highway at NEILL C. CORNW1-LLL
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Phone Walnut Creek 2100
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Lafayette Phone 2718 California
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FROM YOUR FRIENDLY
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Phone Walnut Creek 9933
1365 Main Street Walnut Creek, Cal t
CLASS OF 1949
Sales and Service
CHARLE S S.
H. W. GENTRY
Plastering and Masonry
Sand, Gravel, and Brick
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Orinda in the Village
Sherwin Williams Paints
Main Street Walnut Creek 4711
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For Your Present and Future
GANTNER GLOW WICKIE TRUNKS
SPORT and CASUAL COATS LEVTS
PHOENIX Hos1ERY KEDS
CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES AND
CLASS OE '49 to
WESTERN ALL GRADUATES
5-10-253 STORE MCNEIL'S DAIRY
1329 Main street Walnut creek 2663 Lafayette 2125 Lf1fCfYettefCG1f
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1545 Locust Street Walnut Creek 3500
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Phone 3354 1515 Main Stre t
Walnut Creek, California
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The Real Love Gift, featured in "Life"
BURNS HOME FURNISHERS
1375 MAIN STREET WALNUT CREEK
CAMERA SHOP ORINDA
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INSURANCE BROKERS and Electnc Co.
MT. DIABLO BLVD. LAFAYETTE 2200 C0YlTfGCTiUfJ35R9PUifiUQ13 Supplies 4
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VALLEY TEXACO AUTO SERVICE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY COMMERCIAL and MT. DIABLO BLVD.
150 M1 D' bl B1Tc:TdMEApl?AlYT2vTTEr L I Phone Lafayette 9932
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LINGERIE . DRESSES . HOSIERY
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1378 MAIN STREET ' WALNUT CREEK
Shillctlcrh Coffee Shop
L A F A Y E T T E
ACALANES UNION HIGH SCHOOL
To those friends of the Acalanes High School who have so generously assisted
in financing the l949 Aklcrn We give our most sincere thanks and best Wishes.
Paul F. Winn, M.D. Floyd B. Comstock, Architect
Clifford M. lohnson, D.D.S. Fred C. Von Guenther, Contractor
Dana A. Hamlin, D.D.S. Matthew W. Radonich, Contractor
and other friends
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aged. Also chicken and squcbs
stuffed with wild rice. Full
course or a Io carle dinners
Reservations Orinda 7211 NO 207' tax
Member ol the Duncan Hines Family
B R I D W E L L o Real Estate Lafayette Pet Shop
Specializing in Country Club Properties Pet Food and Supplies
Orinda Village Orinda, California
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GROCERIES o VEGETABLES
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TRY OUR DELIVERY SERVI E
Phone Walnu Creek 4461
1655 Main Street Walnut Creek
tothe Class Ot '49
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L A F A Y E T T E
Phone Lafayetie 3140
1385 MAIN STREET 'A' WALNUT CREEK
Walnut Creek 2402
Croton - Elgin - Bulova - Lonqines - Marvin
DIAMONDS 'Ir SILVERWARE
Phone Walnui Creek 2569
SUN FUN I
Easy to enjoy with a soft short cut
by ORINDA MOTORS
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East Mount Diablo Boulevard
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Mt, Diablo Blvd. WALNUT CREEK WC. 3598
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