Acalanes High School - Aklan Yearbook (Lafayette, CA)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1951 volume:
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ACALANES UNION HIGH
SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHED F
LORETTA DA LBEY
Assistant Sales Manager
ROM SURROUNDING HILLS
At Acalanes it is not rare to find a teacher who is concerned with the problems
facing the student. Nevertheless we feel that one faculty member stands out par-
ticularly for her interest and helpful advice to all who know her, and many know
her, for her classroom is always filled with students attracted there by her
Not only does she possess an outstanding ability to understand her students
and advise them in their problems, but she also gives generously of her time and
energy to other varied activities. lf she is not actually helping in a school activity,
she is generally on hand for moral support. She is director of the student store
and adviser for the very popular ski club. Students have enjoyed her company
on ski trips for several years now. ln the summer she spends her time as co-director
of a summer camp.
ln appreciation and gratitude for her service to the school and the students.
we are proud to dedicate the AKLAN of l95l to Margaret Nicholson.
NEIL M. PARSONS
Principal and District
For the past six years Acalanes has had as its principal and
district superintendent Mr. Neil Parsons. Under his direction and
guidance many needed improvements have been brought about
which have proved very beneficial to students and faculty alike.
However, with the increasing responsibilities coming with the
construction of a new high school in Walnut Creek, Mr. Parsons
completes his last year as principal and in the future will con-
centrate on his duties as district superintendent. The principalship
at Acalanes will be filled by the present vice-principal, Stanley
Walgreng while Leland Russell will become principal of the new
Las Lomas High School.
Acalanes is also served by a very capable board of trustees:
The members of this board are business and professional men
from the surrounding communities who give their time generously
to make Acalanes a better school.
JOHN F. CHADDOCK DR. RALPH C, HALL
WILLIAM B. FREEMAN
Board Member Farmer President Former President
M . H. STANLEY
Clerk ol Board
LELAND RUSSELL STANLEY WALGREN LILY LAHTI
Dirertor of Guidance Vive-Prinripal. Deon of Boys Dean of Girls
Acalanes maintains a staff of qualified counselors in order to
help students meet various problems which confront them during
their high school years. In accordance with the growth in thc
number of students in the past four years, this staff has grown in
number from two to eight. Each student is the particular responsi-
bility of one of these counselors.
Under the capable direction of Leland Russell. the staff carries
out a program of helping students with both future plans and
present high school prohlems. ln planning the studentis program
-one of the major activities of the counseling staff-students are
given various aptitude, achievement and LQ. tests under the di-
rection of trained test administrators. Seniors are given particular
attention and receive much information so that they can intelli-
gently make future plans. Because of the willing assistance and
generous help always available, many of the students even after
graduation return for advice and friendly visits with their former
ROSS REAGAN DAVID B. STEWART
Admmzstratxve Assistant Director of Adult Education
Additional evidence of the rapid growth of Acalanes is the fact that Mr. Ross
Reagan was appointed Administrative Assistant and Business Manager for the
district. Among his many jobs was the supervision of purchasing and transpor-
tation for the school district.
Under the capable direction of Mr. Mickey Dukieh the new Acalanes Trans-
portation Department not only provided adequate and economical transportation
for the 1050 high school students, but also for students of Lafayette and Orinda
Elementary schools. This year the system consisted of thirteen busses. Three more
have been scheduled for next year.
In order to fulfill the needs and desires of the adults of the surrounding com-
munities, a full scale adult education program has been operated. This program
has grown considerably in the past two years under the direction of Mr. David
Stewart. For 1950-51 the enrollment exceeded 2,000 adults. There were about 45
different classes throughout the year including various branches of homemaking,
arts and crafts, physical education, folk and social dancing, parent education and
several academic type courses including a course in citizenship for those interested
in becoming United States citizens.
LEFT T0 RIGHT M. V. Morgan, R. Carlisle. D. Stirling, R. Diemert, R. E. Lee, M. Dukich, J. O, Nnrthrup. MICKEY DUKICH
LEFT TO RIGHT: IJ. Bishux F. Rowland G. Carlson A. I'inagtnrc.
NOT PICTUREISI: M. csemml, A. cianfmli.
LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Freitas, S. Gatti, G. Ganio, E. Olsson, E. Price.
NOT PICTURED: H. Adams, L. Sims.
LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Chiavini, F. Lessard, M. Velazquez, J. Linoni
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Buys' Yell Lender
Assistant Girls' Yell Leader
FIRST ROW, left to right: B.
Young, B. Wadmun, K. Mickle,
J. Larsen, D. Beurden, D. Bee,
C. Courtright, D. Cvietusa, G.
Hooper, J. Woolsey, J.
Schneider, A. Seulberger, J.
Babcock. J. Mus, H. Flanders.
SECOND ROW: S. Walgren,
Adviser, J. Chnntler, I. Ja-
cuzzi, R. Johnson, G. Nar-
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dini, C. Inman-Kane, J. Small
T. Morrisli, W. Brennan, A
Yeager, J. Keele, B, Bedard
J. Luedemann, D. Pozzobon
THIRD ROW: A. Dull, J
Champlin, T. Tener, R. Dickie
A. Stewart, D, Crnssman. J
Conley, T. Klemenl, J. Davis
G. Fortadn, A, Siler, R. Linn
B. Needham, B. Stewart.
FIRST ROW, lull to right: Ed
Broome, vice president: Joie Pear-
snn, president. SECOND ROW:
Tom Roemer, secretary: Dave
Stewart, adviser, Tony Biggs,
The Boys, Federation, 110W in its cleventh year, is comprised of all boys in
Acalanes. One of the high points of their activities this year was the Faculty vs.
Students track meet, from which enough money was raised to pay for the filming
of the County Track meet. Other activities included the annual Fathers' and
Sons' Banquet and presentation of a film on the California-Ohio State Rose Bowl
Game. This growing group has increased from its first year of 175 members to
its present membership of 500.
Each girl entering Acalanes automatically becomes a member of Girls' League.
The organization is under the direction of Miss Lilv Lahti and governed by the
Girls' League Cabinet. which meets semi-monthly.
Probably the most important event of the year is the annual Mothers' Tea,
rlanned and executed durin the s Jrinv semester. With 4'Window Sho in in
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a fashion show and refreshments planned by the homc economies department.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Judy
Lee, treasurer-5 Beth Pendleton,
secretary, Ann Pendleton, vice
president, Chris Inman-Kane, pres-
ident. SECOND ROW: Lucille
Chiavini, Sophomore representa-
tive: Lily Lahti, adviserg Sharon
Brown, rummissionerg Jody Eaton,
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hor, W. Williams, l'. Bednrd,
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wiser: D. Cvietusa, J. Cash
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Always illustrating teamwork and cooperation in their school projects, the
graduating seniors worked enthusiastically to make their years at Acalanes out-
standing. The first big event for this class was their Freshman Frolic, skillfully
planned and executed in a "Toyland" atmosphere. The following year a trip to
the depths of the ocean produced their most unique dance, the Sophomore Hop.
With success and experience came confidence, and in their .lunior year the
class produced three celebrated events. "A Knight Out," the second largest dance
of the year, recreated a medieval hall complete with king and queen: and the
Seniors took an imaginary trip to the 6'Deep South" at the .lunior-Senior Banquet
put on by the class of 1951. The theme was so excellently worked out in the enter-
ALBRO, WALTER RICHARD - "Dick"g
shop major: likes cars.
ALLEN, DOROTHY-"H0ppie": brunch 2:
C-.A.A. 3: going to major in art at Arts
AMES, WILLIAM ALLEN-"Wink"i Stu-
dent Council 2: C.S.F. 2: Jr. Statesman
2, 3, Pres. 4: Span. Hon. 3, 4, Pres. 3:
tennis 2, 3: going to study engineering
ATKINSON, LEROY-Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3,
4, Student Mgr. 3, 4: stage crew 1, 2, 3,
4: Asst. Mgr. 3, 4: Jr. Statesmen 2, 3:
Span. Hon. 3: headed for Cal.
BABCOCK, JACK-Class Pres. 1, 4: Student
Council 1, 4: Rally Comm. Pres. 4:
C.S.F. 2, 3: Acalhonors 1: football 4:
bound for Stanford.
BACON, CORT-Football 3, 4: track 2, 3, 4:
Chips 2: Block A 3: plans to go to
BAHLS, ELIZABETH-C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Audio-Visual 3, 4: library 4: Span. Hon.
Curr. Sec. 3, 4: Y-teen 4: Cal Bound.
BEARDEN, DONN-S.B. Yell Leader 4:
Class V.P. 2: Student Council 4: Rally
Comm. 4: Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4: track
1, 2: tumbling 3: headed tor Cal.
BEE, DODIE-S.B. Treas. 4: Class Treas. 3:
Girls' League Rep, 3: Student Council 4:
Rally Comm. 4: Jr. Statesmen 2, 3: Ski
Club 4: going to study decorative art
BEDARD, DOROTHY R.-"Petey": Student
Council 2: Cit. Comm. 3, 4: Rally Comm.
4: C.S.F. 3: Aealhonors 1, 2, 4: G.A.A.
2, 3, 4: Dance Group 2, 3, 4: Jr. States-
men Sec. 3: Jr. Red Cross Sec. 3: Ski
Club 4: brunch 3, 4: Variety Show 4:
going to Cal.
BENNETTS, BARBARA-Majored in lan-
guage: drama 3, 4: Spanish major at Cal.
BENTLEY, DAVE-Band 1, 2, 3, 42 Cafe.
and Student Store 1, 2, 3: football 1:
track 1: tennis 2, 3: going to trade school,
BERMINGHAM, Patricia-"Pain: Class Sec.
3: Variety Show 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4:
Dance Group 3, 4: brunch 3, 4: otlice
worker 3, 4: Cal bound.
BIASOTTI, JOHN - Spanish and Business
major: Span. Hon. 3: Business major
BIGGS, ANTHONY H.-"'Ton,v": Class V.P,
4: Boys' Fed. Treas. 4: Student Council
3, 4: Rally Comm. 4: ollice worker 4:
football 1: swimming 2, 3, 4: Chips 2:
Block A 3, 4: Jr. Statesmen 3: going to
BLANKENSHIP, MARJORIE - "Mnrge":
Girls' League Rep. 4: Acalhonors 2, 3:
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Dance Group Z, 3, 4,
"Little Match Girl": Variety Show 4:
headed to college.
JACK BABCOCK, PRESIDENT
tainment that the cast of 56 took their show on a circuit of assemblies from Aca-
lanes to Diablo to Alhambra. Also the ,lunior Extra of that year will be
remembered for its authentic "Down on the Farm" atmosphere as the decorations
included real donkeys.
Finally in their last year, the class of 1951 helped produce the first public
Variety Show at Acalanes and put on a colorful senior play entitled "We Shook
The Family Treef, The Seniors also held various faculty-senior sports events in
order to replenish their treasury. Their Senior Extra dance, presented on Friday
the l3th, was a "Senior ,linxw filled with bad luck decoration. And last but not
least, working with much thought and care on their Senior Ball, thc class pre-
sented an enchanting evening at "Cinderella's Ballf'
BRENNAN, HAROLD FRANCIS, JR.-
"Pinky": art major: commercial fishing in
BRODERICK, DARYL BETTY-Student
Council 3: chorus 1, 2: Ski Club 3, 4:
going to a J.C.
BROOME, EDW'ARDf"Ed": Class V.P. 3:
Boys' Fed. V.P, 4: Acalhonnrs 4: football
1, 4: basketball 2. 3: track 2, 3. -l: Chips
2: Block A 3, 4: going to Davis.
BURCHFIELD, MARIANNE-Acalhonors 3,
4: Y-teen 3, 4: chorus l, 2, 3, 4: library
2: plans to go tn a business college.
BURGER, MARILYNfCame from St, Fran-
cis Hi, Sacramento 2: C.S.F. 2, 3: Acal-
honors 4: Audio-Visual 4: Ski Club 3, 4:
drama 3, 4: will study teaching at U.C.
BURKETT, ROBERT-"Bob": Acalhonors 2,
3: science major at Cal.
BUSCH, .IEANETTE-Completed H.S. in 3
years: C.S.F. 1, 2, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 4:
nursing at Valparaiso U.
BUTTERFIELD, TOM-Came from Oakland
Hi 4: history major: bound for C.C.
CASIEI, IfAT-"Pil": Span. Hon, 3: brunch
: p ans on going to Business School.
CASHMAN, JOHN N.-"Big Johan: trans- wht
terred from Fullerton Hi. 2: Class v.P. f .
2 lF.H.J: Cit. Comm. 4: C.S.F. 2, 3:
Span. Hon. 3, 4: Blueprint 2: .lr. States- ""' f A '
men 2: water polo 2 tF.H.j: going into gg S A
Navy Diesel Engineering. ? i .K 4, ,
CHANTLER, JANET-Class Soc. Sec, 1: 'cl , f
Class Sec. 2: Student Council 4: Rally , W' ,
Comm. 3, 4: C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: I . 7
Jr. Statesmen 2: Span. Hon. 3, 4: G.A.A.
l, 2, 3, 4: Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety ' -,1.,,,
Show 4: going to U.C. ' s
CASTRO, SHARON - "Sherry": Student ' If
Council 1: Blueprint: drama 2, 3, 4.
COURTRIGHT, CAROLA-S.B. Soc. Sec.
4: Girls' League Comms, at Large 3: Stu-
dent Council 1, 4: Rally Comm, 3, 4:
Acalhonors 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance
Group 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 4: otlicc
worker 4: college.
COCKERTON, SYLVIA LEONE-Cummen
cial major: office worker 4: J.C.
COLLINS, lVlARILYN+"Maril": transferred
from Diablo 3: Class V.l". 2: Audio-
Visual 4: C.C.C.J.C.
CONNELL, PEGGY-Came from Oakland
Tech. 4: Ski Club 4: G,A.A. l, 2: Cale.
and Student Store 1: chorus 1, 2.
COTTERAL, JOYCE THAYERICE --
Through H.S. in 3 years: Y-tecn 4:
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 4: Light
Opera at College ot Pacific,
CVIETUSA, DONALD-"Dun": S.B. Pres.
4: Class Pres. 2: Student Council 1, 2,
3, 4: Rally Comm. 3, 4: Cit. Comm. 4:
C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: football l, 2, 3:
Chips 2: Block A 3, 4: medicine at Cal.
DANIELS, SHIRLEY FAY-Acalhonors 3:
Variety Show 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Dance
Group 2, 3, 4: otlice worker l, 2: dance
at Utah U.
DE ANGELIS, GARY-"De": Variety Show
4: football 3, 4: Block A 1, 4, Mgr. 1:
going to college.
DESDIER, BEVERLEY-"Bev": commercial
major: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: going to college.
IDE LANEUX, VALERIE-"Vain: Girls'
League Rep. 1: C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4: Cit.
Comm. 2: Span. Hon. 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Treas. 2, 3: G.A.A. Block A 1, 2, 3,
4: going to Purdue: swam for Crystal
Plunge in S.F.
DEZZANI, LOUISE-Acalhonors 1, 2, 3:
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Audio-Visual 4: office
worker 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: plans to work.
DIETERICH, NANCY-Acalhonors 1, 2:
Blueprint 3, 4: Ski Club Sec. 4: library
1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: U.C.
DOMINGOS, ELEANOR-"Short:-": Chorus
4: going to Davis.
DULL, PIERCE ARTHUR-"A rl": AKLAN
Editor 4: AKLAN 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. States-
men 2, 3, 4: stage crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Mgr.
3, 4: Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4: Student
Council 1, 2, 4: tennis 2, 3: Block A 2,
3, 4: college.
DUNBAR, HAROLD-Block A 3, 4: football
2, 3: baseball 2, 3, 4: going into business.
DUNN, ROGER-Student Council 1: Rally
Comm. 3: Acalhonors 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross
2: football 1: baseball 1, 2: basketball
2, 3, 4: tennis 2, 3, 4: Block A 3, 4:
DURANTE, LAVERNE ESTHER-Class
Soc. See. 3: Rally Comm. 3, 4: G.A.A.
3, 4: library 3, 4: brunch 2, 3, 4: ollice
worker 4: headed to a J.C.
ELLIOTT, BARBARA-"Babbie": Acalhon-
ors 3: nursing major at Whitworth.
EMERSON, JANET-"Jann: Cafe. and Stu-
dent Store 2, 3: Aealhonors 1, 4: G.A.A.
l, 2, 3, Pres. 4: Art School.
ERIKSON, JAN M.-Science and Math ma-
jor: swimming 3: Chips 3: plans to study
ERNST, KEN-Came from Berkeley Hi 2:
C.S.F. 2, 3, 4: Blueprint 4: Ski Club 4:
Bus. Ad. at Cal.
FENDER, JERRY-"Bumper": AKLAN As-
sistant Photo. 2: track 3: Chips 3: Ani-
mal Husbandry at Davis.
FORD, BOB-Math and History major:
hobby is cars: going to C.C.C..l,C.
FOWLER, GEORGE-"CurI,v": came here
lrom Hayward 2: Student Council 2:
Blueprint 3, 4: baseball 2: tennis 3, 4:
journalism at U.C.
FOX, ROBERT W.-"Bob": Class Pres. 3:
Student Council 1, 3: Rally Comm. 4:
baseball 2, 3, 4: basketball 3, 4: Block
A 2, 3, 4: U.C.
FREELS, JERRY W.-Cafe. and Student
Store 1: Ski Club 4: library 1, 2: Chorus
1, 2: track 3: J.C. then to Cal.
FREITAS, JACQUELINE LORRlANE--
"Cookie": came from Hawaii 3: Acal-
honors 3: Blueprint 4: G.A.A. 3, 4:
olhce worker: Chorus 3: going to work.
FREITAS, ROSENIARIE--C.S.F. 3, 4: Acal-
A honors l, 2: Span. Hon. 3, 4: office work-
worker 4: drama 3, 4: business major
GELHAUS, LAWRENCE-"Larry": Acal-
honors 3: football 1: basketball 2, 3, 4:
Chips 3, 4: Block A Mgr. 1: heading for
GRANZOTTO, ANTHONY-"Tuny": came
to Acalanes from Southeastern France 3:
English major: going to work.
GRAVES, DIANA-"Di": came from Brown-
moore Girls' School 3: Class Soc. Sec, 41
Rally Comm. Sec.-Treas. 4: oflice worker
3, 4: Scripps College.
GRAY, PEGGY-C.S,F. 3: Dance Group 3,
4: Ski Club 4: Variety Show 4: Chorus
l: Arts and Crafts.
GRASSE, CLAUDIA-"CIaud": Acalhonors
1: Span. Hon. 3, 4: may go to Cal.
GREEN, KENNETH-"li'e:my": football 2,
3, 4: baseball 2, 3, 4: Chips 2, 3: Block
A 4: going to J.C.
GREENE, JANETA".lan": Spanish major:
Acalhonors 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Brigham
Young U. in Utah.
UREENLAW. JACK W.-Hobby is Photog-
raphy: Blueprint Photo. 2: swimming l,
2, 3, 4: Block A 2, 3, 4: going to be
GULDENZOPF, JOYCE-"Radu: Acalhon-
ors 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4:
nursing at Oregon State.
GORMAN, WESTONi"l1ob": Commercial
and History major: Armstrong Bus.
HALL, JAMES-".lim": hunts and fishes:
c.s.F. 1, 2, 3, 4: band 2, 4: track 1, 2,
3, 4: Chips 3: Wildlife Management at
HALL. WlLMAf"WiIlie": dramatics ma-
jor: continue drama at college.
HANAWALT, DOROTHY-C.S.F. l, 2, 3.
4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Commissioner of
Playdays 4: Span. Hon. 3: brunch 1:
going to Cal.
HASSLER, DENNIS-"BnlI": History ma-
jor: going to work.
HATTON. AVlCE-Jr. Statesmen 2: G.A.A.
2, 3, 4: Dance Group l, 2, 3. 4, Madonna
4: office worker 3: nursing at Lux.
HAW'KESW'0RTH, ANNE RUTHf"Rn,v.
lrm": Class Treas. 4: C.S.F. 4: Acal-
honors l, 2, 3: Jr. Statesmen Treas. 3:
Ski Club 3, 4: Span. Hon. 3: Theatre
Guild Pres. 3, 4: fi.A.A. Sec. 3. Mgr. 2:
-ming at college.
HELMS. JACK-Came here from Lowell Hi
2: fishing is his hohhy: going to LLC.
HOCKETT, DOUG-"lrish": Boys' Chorus
3, 4: football 2: going to C,O.P.
HODGE, IRAL DU WAYNE-"Du Waynrf'
Audio-Visual 3, 4: C.S.F. 3: Acalhonors
4: Blueprint Advertising Mgr, 3: lihrary
3, 4: business major at Utah U.
HOLMES. JACOUELINE ELIZABETH-f
"JarI2iP": G.A.A. 1: French major: office
worker 4: going to Cal.
HOOPER. UURIJON-"Gordie": S.H,V.P.
4: Student Council 4: Rall: Comm. 3:
Cit. Comm. 3: football l, Z, 3. 4: track 2,
3: basketball 2. 3: Block A 4: forestry at
HOOVER, BEVERIA'-"BPz"': plays the
piano: Acalhonors l. 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2:
plans to go to college,
HUBACH, ERIC-Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4:
Acalhonors l, 2, 3: Boys' Chorus Z, 3:
swimming 3, 4: Chips 3: Reed College,
HUGHES, ALANi".JI": Math major: Acal-
honors 2: will take Business Ad. at
HUGHETT, JOAN DIANE-History major:
Acalhonors 2, 3: office worker 4: plans to
HYATT, VIRGINIA-"Giunie": transferred
from Oakland High 4: going to a Business
INMAN-KANE, CHRIS-"Cllrissi1"': Girls'
League Pres. 4, Rep. 2: Student Council
1, 2, 4: C.S,F. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 3: G,A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4: Rally
Comm. 3, 4: AKLAN .Activities Ed. 3:
Jr. Statesmen Treas. 2, 3: Variety Shaw
4: "Joan" in Jeanne D'Arc: Whitworth.
IVERSON. RODERICK M.-"Rnd": Blue-
print 3: swimming l, 2. 3, 4: Chips 2:
going to college.
IVES. WILLIAM Cf'-Majored in wood shop:
football 2, 4.
JACOBUS, JIM-Student Council 3: Rally
Comm. 3: Aealhonors 2, 3: Audio-Visual
2. 3, 4: football 4: haskethall 2, 3: swim-
ming 2, 3: Block A 2, 3, 4: going to Cal.
JANSSE, JANETfS.B. Yell Leader 3: Class
Treas. 2: Student Council l. 3: Rally
Comm, 3, 4: Acalhonors Z: Span. Hon.
4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A,A. Block A 4:
Dance Group 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 4:
nursing at college.
JOHNSON. DOROTHY-"1Jnt"g office
worker 3, 4: drama 3, 4: going to C.U.l".
TONY BIGGS, VICE PRESIDENT
JOHNSON, RUTH ELLEN-"Rulhie":
C.S.F. 2: Acalhonors 3: going to study
nursing at Cal.
JOHNSEN, SUEfTranslerred from Berkeley
Hi 4: History major: going to C.O.P.
JOHNSTON, ELLEN DEANNE-Came from
Oakland Hi 2: G.A.A. 4: drama 3, 4:
Ski Club 4: Span. Hon. 3, 4: brunch
2, 4: Science at U.C.
JORDAN, DOROTHY-"TiI": Class Sec. 4:
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: commercial major: going
to a J.C.
JONES, DAVlD4Came from King City Hi
4: Class V.P. 1, 2: football 3: track 3:
going to college.
KLICK, JAMES H.f"Klirk": interested in
woodwork and cars: going to C.C.C.J.C.
KING, .llM7Student Council 1: stage crew
4: Boys' Chorus 1, 2: football Z, 3, 4:
an and advertising in college.
KITTREDGE, NIARILYN-G.A.A. 3, 4:
brunch Z, 3, 4: lihrary 2, 3, 4: ollice
worker 4: going to college.
LARSEN, ROBERT G.-"I.nfs": came from
Albany 3: Variety Show 4: Blueprint 3:
track 3: Chemistrv at college.
LAW. LE ROY-"Pete": transferred from
Oakland Hi 4: lootball 4: going to work.
LAWRENCE, NANCYfAr! major: Variety
Sliow 4: loves horses? ofhce worker 42
Art College in S.F.
LAWRENCE, STEVEgHistory major: Ii-
brary 2: track l, Z, 3, 4: Chips l, 2:
plans to go to Business School.
LEACH, EDWARD CHARLES-Math and
Science major: Span. Hon. 3, 4: golf 3:
going to U.C.
LEE JUDY-Girls' League Treas. 4: AK-
LAN l, 2. 3, 4, Assoc. Ed. 4: C.S.F. 2,
3, 4: Acalhonors 1: oflice worker 3, 4:
going to co'lege,
LE TENDRE, JANET CORlNNE4"Jan":
transferred from Oakland Tech, 2:
Y-teen 2: will study at Merritt Hospital.
LEWIS, ALAN-Came to Acalanes from
Newport Beach 4: Science major: basket-
ball 2: Forestry at Oregon State.
LlT'l'ELL, LAWRENCE-Majored in His-
tory: came from Oakland Hi 3: going into
LITTLEFIELD, BILL-Transferred from
Diablo 4: football 2, 3, 4: basketball 3, 4:
swimming 3: going into Business major
LORENTZEN. .lOAN7Came to Acalanes
from San Leandro Hi 3: Blueprint 3: Jr.
Red Cross 3: Variety Show 4: Y-teen 4:
brunch 4: Chorus 3: business college.
LUNDGREN, ROGERfTrack 1, 2, 3, 4:
Chips 2: Block A 3, 4: ranching at Davis.
LYSER. KA'l'HERlNE'4"li'ay May": C.S.F.
1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: G,A.A. l, 2, 3, 4,
Rep. 3: Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-teen
1, 4: Audio-Visual 3, 4: Variety Show
4: going to Davis.
C.S.F, 1, 2, 3: Aealhonors 4: drama 4:
Span. Hon. 3, 4: Chorus 1: going to Cal.
MACHADO, BARBARA-"Bubbie": busi-
ness major: sews: brunch 2: going to
MAHL, GORDON HERBERTAHistory ma-
jor: likes airplanes: going to J.C.
MARCELLA. JOAN-Nominating Comm. 4:
G.A.A. Mgr, 2: Variety Show 4? brunch
2: ollice worker 3, 4: Merchandising at
MARSAN, ALLEN-"Alu: AKLAN 1, 2, 3,
Mgr. 4: Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr.
Statesmen 3, 4: track 1: going to J.C.
MATHESON, WILLIAM-"Bill"p track 3,
4: going to J.C. then to C.O.P.
McALLISTER, ANN-Jr. Statesmen 3, 4:
Jr. Red Cross 4: Ski Club 4: Dance
Group 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 4: brunch
2, 3, 4: library 1: plans to go to college.
McANINCH, SHIRLEY ANN-Models:
Acalhonors 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2: brunch
3: going to Armstrong.
McCAUSLAND, PAT-"Pnm": majored in
art: will continue Art study at college.
McCRUM, JOAN DIANE-Student Council
3: Acalhonors 1, 2, 3: brunch 3: library
1, 2, 3: Chorus I: merchandising at Cal.
McMURPHY, MARIEfC.S.F, 1, 2, 3, 4:
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Span. Hon. 3, 4: Ski
Cluh 3,41 going into nursing.
McPHEE, CLAUDE M,-".lIu1"': Art and
History major: band Z, 3: football 1:
going to C.O.P.
MERKLE, ,IACKgTranslerred from Berkeley
Hi 3: Shop major: going to C.C.C..I.C.
MERROW, .IANICE LOUISE-"Jann: ma-
jored in Math: Y-teen 4: will study teach-
ing at C.C.C..I.C.
MILISICH. MEADE ANN+".'lIeadie":
C.S.F. 3: Acalhonors 2, 4: Ski Club 4:
Costume Mgr. Variety Show 4: brunch
4: olhce worker 3, 4: Cal.
MILLER. SYLVIA JO ANN-"Jn": French
N major: Acalhonors 4: G.A.A. 3: brunch
3: going to get married,
X MINOR, CAROLE LYNNEf".'lIinnnw":
Cale. 3: G.A,A. 1, 2: brunch 3: nursing
l at Oregon State.
N MORESI, ALAN EDWARD-"AIU: brunch
Mgr. 4: football 2, 3, 4: bnsehall 2, fl:
W track 3: C.C.C..I.C, then to St. Mary's.
, MORRIS, NANCIE-Art Major: Variety
Show 4: oflicc worker 2: library 2, 4:
going to Art College.
MORTARA, DORIS LEEfCame from Rich-
, mond Hi 2: brunch 3: office worker 4:
1 costume designing at college,
l MUNN, DELORUS-"Bunny": Science and
English major: G.A.A. 1: nursing at
NELSON, ROBERT L., JR.-"Li-e": came
from Berkeley Hi 4: football 2: San Jose
NIELSON, I-lARRYfStudent Council 2:
football 1, 2, 3, 4: track 1, 2, 3: basket-
ball 1, 2, 3: Block A 2, 3, 4: Police
Training at San Jose State.
OLIVER, PAUL S.-Spanish major: likes
stamps and guns: C.S.F. 2: Acalhonors
3: headed for St. Mary's College.
OSBORN, VERN-Math major: football 1,
2, 3. 4: Chips 1, 2: Block A 3, 4: going
OSMUNDSEN, RICHARD-"Ozzie": inn!-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4: track 2, 3, 4: swimming 1:
will take Bus, Ad. at C.O.P.
OWEN, DIANE-"Deen: C.S,F. 1: Acnl-
honors 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3:
Y-teen 2, 3, 4: going to Cal.
PALIN, RONALD f "Ronnie"g Woodshop
major: track 3: C.C.C.J.C.
PARKER, ANN-"Anr1ie": AKLAN Copy
Ed, 4: Audio-Visual Secretary 4: C.S.F.
1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, V.P, 4:
Blueprint 4: Span. Hon. 3, 4: Pub. and
Sales Mgr. Variety Show 4: stage crew
, 4: oflice worker 3: college.
PARSONS, NORMAN MARK-"Parse" came
l from Alhambra Hi 2: C.S.F. 2, 3, 4:
Jr. Red Cross 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Pres. 4:
. tennis 2, 3, 4: basketball 2, 3: Chips 2:
Block A 3, 4: Science at Cal.
t PASSUR, NORM-Science major translerred
1 gotten Chicago 3: track 3: Bus. Ad. at
DIANA GRAVES, SOCIAL SECRETARY
PEARSON. HAROLD-"Ioie"I Boys' Fed.
Pres. 4: Class V.P. 1: Student Council
2: Rally Comm. 3: football 3, 4: track
1, 2, 3, 4: Chips 1, 2: Block A 3, 4:
going to college.
PENDLETON, ANN THANKFULA"Anna-
bel1e": Girls' League V.P. 4, brunch 3,
4: wants to go to college.
PIONA, DOROTHY-Commercial and His-
tory major: Acalhonors 3: G.A.A. 1, Z,
3, 4, Sec. 3: going to be Secretary.
PIERCE, FRANK-Student Council 1: hand
1: swimming 2: Art major.
PERONETTO, AL-Science major: Student
Council 4: football 1: baseball 3, 4:
Chips 3: St. Mary's.
PLILER, EUGENE-"Gene": Transfer:
Woodshop major: office worker 3: stage
crew 3: going to be a Carpenter.
PONTING, JANE-"Janie": Span. Hon. 3,
4: Ski Club 4: G.A.A. 1. 3. Rep. 4:
office worker 1: brunch 4: Stanford.
PROBERT, MARGARET .lEANf"Mardi":
Art and History major: G.A.A. 3: camc
lrom Anna Head's 2: U.C.
RACINE. CAROL-Came lrom Oakland Hi
3: Ski Club 4: Variety Show 4: drama
4: San Jose State.
RAINES, RODNEY D.-"Radu: Audio-
Visual Z, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Cafe. 3, 4:
Boys' choms 1, 2: stage crew: band l,
2, 3: football 3, 4: swimming I, 2, 3, 4:
tumbling 3: Block A 2, 3, 4: college.
RAMIA, B084-Language major: likes to
travel: Engineering at Cal.
REICH, DION-"Rein: football 3: Chips 32
plans Math major at Reed College.
REICK, GARY-Came from Lowell Hi 33
History and Science major: going to .l.C.
REITER, ALBERT, JR.-"AIU: majored in
Auto Shop: plans to be Auto Mechanic,
ROEMER, THOMAS H.-"Tomb: Boys' Fed.
Sec, 4: Student Council 3: swimming l.
2, 3, 4: Block A 2, 3, 4: will attend Cal,
ROUNDS, JOHN A.-Science major: swim-
ming 1. 2, 3: Block A 3, 4: headed for
Idaho U. 3
ROWLAND, LEE VON-"Ler": came from
Diablo 4: Cafe. and Student Store 4:
swimming 1: drama 1, Z: going to he
SALVAGE, SHIRLIE-'Y-teen 2. 3, 4: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4: library 4: Art at University
SANFORD, TED-"T.S.": came from Berk-
eley 2: C.S.F. 3. 4: Acall-onors 2: track
2. 4: Chips 2: Block A Mer. 3: Variety
Show 4: Pre-Med major at U.C.
SAUNDERS, WALTER LANE-Math ma-
jor: likes ice skating: hopes to study
SCHOLIN, PATRICIA DOREEN-"Pain:
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: office worker 4: going
to Business School.
SCHNEIDER. JOAN LORIAN-Transferred
from Santa Ana Hi 3: Girls' Vell Leader
4: AKLAN Assistant Copy Ed. 4: Stn.
dent Council 4: Rally Comm. 4: Acal-
honors 4: Variety Show 4: Architectural
Engineering at Cal.
SEAT, CLIFFORD-"CIifl": came from Oak-
land 2: swimming 3: plans to attend trade
SHELDAHL, RICHARDf"Wlli1ir": trans-
ferred from Templeton Hi 4: Pale. 4'
basketball 3: going on to Waldorf and
SIEBECKE, WILEY' W- "Sea-bisruil": came
from Oakland Tech. 4: football 3, 4:
might go to a .I.C.
SILVA, MADELINE - Commercial major:
Acalhonors 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: f'Bice worker
4: going to Business School.
SIMENSON. EVELYN-"Evey": Jr. Red
Cross 1: going to Oregon State.
SIMS, FRANKIE LEE-Came from Calexico
Hi 4: Jr. Red Cross 1: G.A,A. Z, 3:
ollice worker 2, 3: Chorus 3: majorette
1, 2, 3.
SLAUSON, ROBERT -- "Babu: came from
Calif. School for the Blind 3: likes to
work with radios: C.S.F. 3: Acalhonors
4: Radio Club 3. 4: going to U.C.
SMITH, THOMAS RUSSEL-"Tom": AK-
LAN Sports Ed. 4: Blueprint 3: Aval-
honors 1. 2, 3. 4: Ski Club 3: Student
Store l: Variety Show 4: tennis 2, 3, 4:
Naval Academy or Stanford.
SPARLING, BILL--Transferred from South
Pasadena 4: likes guns and horses: foot-
ball 3: Stanford.
SPECHT, LOISf"Shorlie": G.A.A. 3, 4:
came from Richmond Hi 3: going to busi-
SPOON, SARAvC.S.F. 2, 3: Acalhonors ll
G.A.A. 1: Blueprint 3, 4: Jr, Statesmen
2, 3: Ski Club 3, Treas. 4: Y-teen 4:
hand 4: Pomona.
SOMMERS, LEROY-Woodshup major:
Boys' chorus 2, 3: going to work.
SOUDER, RON-Came from Berkeley Hi fl:
basketball 3: track 3, 4: Block A 3, 4'
going into construction work.
STEGMAN, WILLIAM PAUL---Cafe. l, 2:
hand l, 2, fl. 4: football l: track l, 2:
headed lor Cal.
STERNER. JOAN LASTNER- -"Joanie":
transferred from Diablo 3: commercial
major: ollice worker 3, 4.
STEWART. BOB-Student Council 3. 4:
football fl, 4: Chips 3: Block A 4: plans
on going to C.C.C..l.C.
STlRTON, BILL-Football 3: Mgr. -4: has-
ketball 4: baseball2,-1: track 3, 4: swim-
ming 3: going to be carpenter.
STOFFEL, JOHN LEO. JR.--".lack": Stu-
dent Council 1: Jr. Red Cross Il: swim-
ming 3. 4: golf J, 4: goin! to college,
SUMMER5, ANNE-C.S.F. 4: Acalhonors
l. 2, 3: Dance Group 3, 4: G.A.A. 3, 4:
Santa Barbara College.
TEICHE, FRANK EDWARD-Majored in
Math: like cars: plans to go to Davis.
THOMPSON. BEVERLY-"Be!J": Science
major: likes to knit: going into Nurses
THOMSON, RICHARD W "Rith": Audio-
gisual 3, 4: lootball 4: Agriculture at
TINAY. RONALD-"Rrm": C.S.F. 1: Acal-
honors 2, J, 4: Audio-Visual 2. 3, 4:
baseball 1: track 3. 4: Chips 3: Block A
Mgr, 1, 2. 3, 4: U. C.
TINKHAM, NANCIE-Math and Art ma-
jors: Jr. Red Cross I: Student Council
4: brunch 3: Cal future.
TODD. DAVID W, lll-"Dave": transferred
lrom Alameda 3: tennis 4: likes Orni-
thology: P.E. major at Cal.
TOMER. SUEfSpanish major: Span. Hon.
Soc. Sec. fl: G.A.A. Z, 3: brunch 2, 3, 4:
oflice worker 4: going to college.
TRESTRAII., CAROL-"7'nolie": transfer:
office worker 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Brig-
ham Young U. in Utah.
TYNES, KAREN-Variety Show 4: Dance
Group 4: brunch 3: going to major in
Modeling at J.C.
VAN NEST. RICHARD l.YLE---"Dirl2":
C.S.F. Z, 3: Ar! Club 3. 4: Variety Show
4: stage crew 3, 4: basketball 2, 3, 4:
track 2: College of Arts and Crafts.
VELAZQUEZ, JAUNITA--C.S.P. l, Z,3.-1:
Span. Hon. Sec. 3, 4: Chorus l, 2, 3:
language major at U,C.
DOROTHY JORDAN, SECRETARY
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ANNE HAWKESWORTH, TREASURER
WADMAN, DARLENE-Art major: Acal-
honors 1, 2: Span. Hon. 3, 4: Chorus 2,
4: Bus. Ad. at U.C,
WAHI., JOHN-C.s.F. 1, 2, 3, 4: Audio-
Visual 3, 4: Jr. Statesmen 2, 3, 4: Ski
Club 3, 4: Span. Hon. 3, 4: library 2:
drama 3, 4: track 2.
WALLIS, BOB-Rally Comm. 4: Student
Council 4, football 2, 3, 4: tennis 2, 3:
Variety Show 4: headed for college.
WARREN, NEALE ERNST-Collects his-
toric periodicals: Student Council 3: Jr.
Statesmen 2, 3, 4: tennis Mgr. 4: hopes
to study law at U.C.
WEBER, CHARLES M.-"Charlie": trans-
ferred from Berkeley Hi 4: Variety Show
4: musical shows 1, 2, 3, 4: engineering
WEBER, HAROLD E.-"Hal": came from
Alameda Hi 3: Acalhnnors 3, 4: football
3, 4: Chips 3: Block A 4: Animal Hus-
bandry at Davis.
WENDELL, DONALD+"Dun": transferred
from Torrance Hi 2: swimming 2, 3.
WEILL, BARBARA LOUISE-"Bobbie
Lou": Blueprint 2, 3. Ed. 3: Jr. States-
men Treas. 4: Y-teen 4: Acalhonors 3,
4: drama 2, 3, 4: going to work,
WICKMAN, BOB-C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4: Student
Council 3: track 1, 2, 3, 4: Chips 2:
Block A 3, 4: going to U.C.
WILENT, JACK-Likes Radionics: Audio-
Visual Maintenance Mgr. 3, 4: Radio
Club 3, 4: going to college.
WINKENBACH, ROBERT-"Winl:"g trans-
fer from St. lVIary's Hi 4: S.B. Sgt. at
Arms 3: football 2, 4: baseball 3, 4:
basketball 3, 4: Block A 4.
WOLF, JOAN-"WolIie": came from Al-
bany 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: drama Pres. 3:
going to get married.
WOOD. DON E.-"Wnody": likes radios:
Audio-Visual 3, 4: Student Store 4:
C.C.C.J.C. then to Cal.
WOODMANSEE, JANET-C.S.F. 2, 3: Acal-
honors 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Span. Hon. 3, 4:
Chorus 1, 2, 4: drama 4: liberal arts at
WOOLSEY, JUDY-S.B. Sec. 4: Class Sec.-
Treas. 1: AKLAN 3, 4, Assistant Mgr.
and Senior Ed. 4: Student Council 3, 4:
Rally Comm. 3, 4: C.S.F. 2, 3, 4: Acal-
honors 1: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A.
Block A 3, 4: Variety Show 4: office
worker 3: Cal.
YEAGER. ANN-Student Council 4: Audio-
Visual Secretary 3, 4: Jr. Statesmen 2.
3, 4: Span. Hon. 3, 4: Chorus 1, 4: Santa
YORK, NIRA-"Ning Class Soc. Sec. 2: Acal-
honors 3, 4: Dance Group 3, 4: G.A.A.
3, 4: brunch Z: office worker 4: going tn
be office worker.
ZAMLOCH, MARGARET ELIZABETH -
"Maggie": G.A.A. 1, 2: olliee worker 4:
Armstrong Business College.
ZBAVITEL, CHARLES RICHARD-"Zee":
majored in Auto Shop: likes to work on
ZELLER, LEE-Transferred from San Rafael
Military Acad. 3: band 1, 2, 3, 4: basket-
ball 2: swimming 2: going to Cal Poly.
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FIRST ROW, lelt In MEM: FK,
Mumiord. B. Hansen, B. Dawson.
L, Pasquini, D. Orme, M. Tmyer.
K. Halvorsrnd. Juan Gordlvn. SHC-
OND ROW: J. Ogden. John John.
sun, J. Daniel H. Branson, J. Jor
don, 1. Jonwj. 'mmm ROW.: Lf
Dalbey, E, Runker. A. Neve. L.
Meade, F. Dickens, M. Zbavitel
FOURTH ROW: D. Dehiin, B:
Kleckner. B. Diehl, E. Sanders, E.
Suunders, D. Larson, R, Andfew.
FIRST ROW, left In right: Nancy Carroll,
serretaryp Ruth Richter, xoriul xerrelnry:
Jody Eaton. trwlsurer. SECOND ROW: Mike
Elvidge, vin' president: Art Siler, president.
The first event on the artivity calendar for the juniors was tht- second biggest
dance ofthe year. the ,lunior Prom. It was an "Evening in the Urientf' As a close
follow-up the Glass took the whole student body "Hut of This World" at their
Finally in the spring the annual Junior-Senior Banquet was planned and ex-
ecuted by the Junior Class as a final tribute to the graduating seniors. lt was a
very enjoyable evening at "SL Franc-is Rieksf' for all the prospective graduates
with dancing, entertainment, and service in regular nights-lub style.
Besides their eontribution to the school in the way of dances and the banquet.
the Juniors also played an indispensable part in such organizations as student
t-ouncil. Junior State-snien. the Aklan. the Blueprint. the Variety Show and all
V CLASS of 1952
FlRS'l' RUXV, fefn' lu right: Ni, Urr.
XI. Keyes, G. Trimble, J. Jensen.
5, Xiachadu, IJ. Pcscio. R, Hooper.
P. Corp. SECUNU RUYV: U. Xiil-
icr. YY. Smnel. -X. Wlhitc, .l. L5 rich.
L, Wendell, fl Silvcira. 'ffllllll
ROV: D. Lavczzoln, M. Taylor,
Xl, Hunley. Ni. Santos, B. .lean
Lewis. P, iliimnmns. IIUURTH
RUN! 1.1. Kirwan. U. Reid, U. Biod-
Rctt. J. Runkle. U. Finial. E. -Xm'
brow, .l lxarnctt. XY. flolu.
FIRST ROW, left to righl: C.
Rucker, P. Meyers, A. Spencer. E.
Neldham, S. Fteager, A. Gorman,
F. Ligeson. J. Allen. SECOND
ROW: M. Schaeffer, R. Linn, J.
Prior. J. Bowmn. E. Greuh. A,
Siler. THUID ROW: J. Lundquist,
C. Ferrell. K. Davis. E. Planner.
B. Springston. FOURTH ROW:
D. Bndgley, G. Estes. R. Moore.
D. Holmes. R. Rogers, T. Merry,
FIRST ROW ld! M right U
Townsend S Harris P Shelver
D Floyd K Mannmg b Kmpe
Shyrle Whxtc J Lsndes SPC GNU
ROW J Keeie,B Keller VN Bran
nan A Santas W Hugh B Lap
pa T Tilton THIRD ROW N
Johnson, P Pyle P Everest P
Zamlosh A Cxlnfxchl S Borfihn
FOURTH ROW G Shallenberger
P Erxekson, A Capn L Perm
J Engelsmsn R Paul J Tanner
FIRST ROYV, lef! to vigil: C,
Wlnrd, R. Surge, J. Bailey, M. Vfin.
termn, S, Williams. J, Ruspiller,
Rr-vwn, D. Jensen. SECOND
ROW: C. Osirom, B. Mnrptan.
Cirnennings, C. Gee, R. Hawkins.
li. Murray. THIRD ROW: Jean
Gnrdun, Jovce Jnhnsun, L, Hen-
drix, B. Parxfili, S. Costa. FOURTH
ROW1 M. McFarlane, H. Powers,
R. Ting, C. Drews, H. Bovghef-uni.
B, Buyce, R. Dickie.
FIRST Rflw, le!! lo right: C.
Earle, P. Cavaliers, P. Hoge, M.
Derry, White, A. Bronson, J.
Kcnnerley, J. Wright. SECOND
ROW: D. Kun, D. Arvidsun, 0.
Gibson. N, Hinton, B. Smith, N.
Snel: THIRD ROW: M, Downs. N.
Carlson. A. Champlin. Chris John-
son. M. Thiex, Diana Green.
FOURTH ROW: G. Pinnella, W.
Johnsam, H. Flanders. J. Marvin,
J, Kislinger. S. Thomson. B. Pierre.
FIRST ROVM,iwi1m waht- i.
Fisher, -K, Wagner, Ham-
mcll, L. Galbraith. 51. Hnnwn.
J. Mum, Gamma, P, Patten.
SECOND NNW: I.. Mauna, YK.
Lluxru, J. Lohsxmh. li. lxazcr.
YV. Aeklcy. U. lnnwihxslx,
THIRD RONY: Ni. Harris, P.
Lnreluzurn, J, Eaton, H. Nnn
Lewis, if. W'n!huu. ll. Nced-
hnm. FOURTH ROV: N.
Caldwell, YY. Yxillixuxss. A.
Culp. H. Pu:-nnclx. J, Nhmulvy.
ll. Platt. ii. Tvis.
PINS! ROW, le!! ta rieht: .L
. , I
Nhlcs. I. Nlniwg, N1. .lvs.se,.
Pnszzr, Fi. finder, K. Hzxficnw
U. Svhnewh-r. J, Irunz. Mill-
UNU RUNS : U. Smith. M. Me'
mrnt. IS. NK illiunu. ll. Han'
kull, H. Fm, 0. Babcnck
THIRD RUW: X, Saunden
S. flung, li. Hmmm X1. Klum-h
J. X crx.Y.Hrnh1ikn1w
FOl'R'I'H ROW: T. Sunnis!
J, Yurck. I'. limes, lx. Harm
N I.ewcuu'. 13. Gund, H. An
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Katie Gibbons, serretary
and treasurer: Darrel Crossman, president:
Rick Johnson, vice president: Carol Van
Cleave, xariul xerretary.
FIKST ROW, hfffiorighlr R, flur-
ry, fl. Fmerson, H. Ixxndea, J Del'
Lani. S. Humble. C, Grasse. A.
Ward, I, Barrett, SECOND ROW
N. Tunic. J. Todd, Neighbor,
C. kops, L. Conkiin, J. Pnweil, U
Franxenhnch. THIRD RUW: M
Somers, Judy Johnson, K. Mickk
J, Kennedy, M. Walker, J. Costai
FOURTH ROW: G, Dunham. D
May. G. Hacker, K, Abreu, H, Har-
ris, B. Randall, B. Harrison. P. ' Y
The most important activity of the Sophomore class was their annual Sopho-
more Hop. Because it was their big job of the year, the class worked with care
and enthusiasm to produce an enchanting interpretation of 'Through The Look-
ing Class." And the decorations were literally Mfhrough The Looking Glass," for
the weird lighting gave an eery and unusual effect to the Aealanes gymnasium.
The Sophomore class hoasts several fine athletes who played an important part
in this year's sports events. Other members of the class did their share of con-
tributing to such activities as the Variety Show, Modern Dance, thc AKLAN, and
With the close of their Sophomore year, the class, of 1953 will have passed
the half way mark at Aealanes. They will no longer he underclassmen but will
assume their place in the "llIllJi?l'll1'3CkCt7, as Juniors.
CLASS of 1953
FIRST RUWV, le!! rf: right: L, Sil-
verthnrn, E. Luurensun, P. Kecw.
D. Gregory. B. Ommundsun, Y.
Steward, L. Alverns, S. Unsun-
hagen. SECOND ROYV: Rick John-
sn,n, S, Pedder. K. Knnbel. C. Blo-
Niff, U. Grieve. ll, Davis. H, Turn-
er, THIRD RCW: J, Linsley. C.
Baldwin. X. Johanson, ll, Vwidea
D. Foster, J. Shcstek. FOUR'l'l'l
ROW: D. Garrett. Milton Brown.
D. Barrows, D. Weidlein, G. Bod-
FIRST ROW, 14-yr In fighr: I.
Cnckerton. H. Jarvis. R. Silva. P.
McKee, P, Squires, B, Shusta, D.
Biederman. D. llumingns, SECOND
ROW: J. Robertson, F. Tittard. R.
Briggs, B. Timay, E. Fest-Lett. J.
Ball, B. Peterson. THIRD ROW:
S, TERT, A.JShelh'i,i, .Inau1?K'l'zAg-
Iur, .1 rim. owe aytor. .A -
hiv.-. FOURTH ROW: T. Oliveira. 1 . ,'
D. Beck, D. Hench, IJ. Larsen. D. 4 i
Stevens, R, Lippert, A, Lnssagne, S
way, J. Champion, B, de Laneux,
FIRST RUM. Init to right: Melis-
sa Bruvrn, P, Juhnwn, Rae John-
son, R. Slurling. l. Dvmpster. P.
Samui, G. Nlcliinlex, P. Arnold.
SECOND ROW : D. While. J. Gray.
R. Lee, T. Hull, M. White, D.
Bridges, R. Mum. THIRD RONY:
J. Marple. Y. Wright, C. Monroe,
J. Harkness, Marilyn Davis, C.
Winters. FUURTlfl ROW: D. Van
Yourhis, T. Daniel. B. Juhnson,
Davis. D. Vrarren. B. Spencer.
J. Olson, U. Lee.
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Ba-
ker, S. Airman, N. Ure, G. Duncan,
Marlecn Davis, P. Weber. Joan
Allen, B. Lyser. SECOND ROW:
P. Cook, D. Grossman, A. Monsen,
D. Cranston, N. Dmhe, J. Cunley.
J. Small. THIRD ROW: C. Kiri-
ley, L. Sellmnn, D. Albro, S.xHoff-
man, S. Lnngren, C. Goforlh, D.
Church. FOURTH ROW: P. Val-
lurino, P.'McLeary, R. Davis, G.
Graves, J. Henderson, B. Ken-
drick, P. Laing.
FIRST ROW. lei: to right: B.
Orme, B. Galen, P. Miles.
Leone Sheldahl, C. Parkel, B.
Buckle, P. Sandy.D. Chrisfan-
sen. SECOND ROW: L. Sim-
monds. D. Pilcher, E. Hansen.
P, Simmons, Jack Williams. G.
Grigdiy J, Bnvn. THIRD ROW:
C. Vanclenve. A. Reichhold.
C. Mauzv, P. Anderson, J,
Cary. N. Neilson. FOURTH
ROW: R. Crall, C. Steward,
T. Tencr, L. Rogers, Roger
Young. D. Twomey, J. Famer.
FIRST RUVQ, left lu finial,
Hiil Smith, S. lnine, U. Roles,
J, Cmm. D. Reese, M, Atkin-
sun. J, Lavinder. Nl, YVeIch.
SFCUND ROW: K, Wise. ii,
VViHisxms, K. Uvwn. C Putter.
B. Freims. F. Nauxzza, li.
Haines. THIRD ROYV: R.
Rose, K. Clibhnns. T. Probert.
N. l'er:en?ill, Pimenwl, L.
Hamm. F IJRTH Rfklw: H.
Nemir. S. Ulfaen, J. Burns. R.
Uma, A. Lnhse, D, Hupo. A.
FIRST ROW. fail to righf: Pg
Camp, L. PYle. P. Gardiner, B,
Seiby, G, Smith. A. Skewis, T.
Hucld, l. Serpa. SECOND ROW:
J. Musher, H. Tressider, B. Kea-
sler, D. Livingston, T. Talbot, C.
Fiona, Rnhert Young, C. Hanawait.
THIRD ROW: S, Sweazea, F. Ik'
vis. M. Peshon. M. Porter. J. Tn-
land. M, Jdihns, 5. Small. FOURTH
ROW: L, Miller, D. Anderson, J.
Onland, J: Jacobs, P. Jameson. G.
Ramsey, B. Thain, C. Pinklgy,
vire fzresidenlg Linda Baker, serial serretary
Pat Gardiner, secretary: Tom Klement, pres
FIRST ROW, left to right: Brad Johanson,
SECOND ROW: Ray Williamson, treasurer,
C. Bacon, S.
Again this year the Freshman class with 300 members was the largest ever to
invade the Acalanes campus. The first event on their calendar took place in
October when the second annual Frosh picnic was held. At this time the campus
was turned over strictly to the Freshmen so that they might become better ac-
quainted with each other. The program included games, swimming, picnicking,
campfire singing and dancing.
Following their picnic the Freshmen furnished the school with a touch of
Barnum and Bailey by having a circus theme for the very successful Frosh Frolic.
The decorations included all sorts of circus animals. Then after decorating for
the annual Messiah performance and Christmas program, the Freshmen wound
up their year by holding a Freshman party. Again strictly for the Freshmen, the
party with its games and dancing proved to be a huge success.
CLASS of 1954
FIRST ROW. left ro right: H.
Gray. Gail Snow. C. Costa. M.
McFarland. J. Doyle, J. Meier, G.
Unugkass, Gay Snow. SECOND
ROW: M. Small, G. f'au5li, D.
Allison, J, Charlton, F. Dcnhart,
Lowell Shcldshl. Charles Crate. L.
Silveiru. THIRD INVW: A, Maman,
S.. Lane, G. Lassen, S. Aweeka,
L. Osbon, B. Miller. L. Lynn.
FOURTH ROW1 M. Laurentian.
D. Duty, R. Muse, J. Copeland. J.
Tomlinson, D, Vandewyndle, A.
Compber, P. Lnwthian. K. Schmen.
FIRST ROW. lvl: m right: A
Simmons. IJ. Bcxfnette. Fam, B
Nlcliinley. Nancy Parsons. P
Gregg, A. Rowland, B. Trmakow.
ski. SECOND ROVVQ P. Paustian
Il. Cowdcn. J. Haus, 1. Eariy, W
Summers, J. Davey. B. Iness, R
Williamson. TPURD ROW: L. La'
hey, J. Lungren, J. Field, Ni. Hows
kins, S. Sinntin, A. Allen. L. Cook,
M. Dougherty. FOURTH ROW
R. Uilin, D. Aimam. L. Witter, 13
Bucau, E. Hunt. G. Delyria, H.
Jackson. D. Austin. S. Butt.
FIRST ROW. le!! In right: D.
Robertson, C. Swanson, S. Cava-
naukh, C. Engle, Y. Richard, J
Morris, M. Anmns, J. Lawrence
sxacuxu ROW: J. Lloyd, R. czsfxl
son. U. Fisher. R, Kennerley. G
Peyret, J. Pino, J. Cullen. H. Mi!-
ier. THIRD RUW: S. Svder. P
5IcSXacken, J. Celiier, C. Fhibbs
M. Tinay. J. Scheuer, L, French
FOURTH ROW: C, Furtado, B
Samon. J. Wiggins, 'II Klement, R
lirinyicmli, Lucas, S, Fentlm, B,
Needham, R. Pleiss.
FIRST ROW, left to right: F.
Garbutt. S. Swain. J. Ruunds, J.
Gaillsrd. P. Nunley, C. Fletcher,
P. Herre, M. Byrne. SECOND
ROW: D. Fihush. E. Wikent, R.
Eberhart, M. Spencer, R. Kiszin.
der, S. Mumford, G. Reichert, J.
Luedemann. THIRD ROW: M.
Morgan,J. Roethlisberger,N. Rccf
noni, A. Pierce, I. DmmgAM. Ma-
Ason, B. Fibush. FOURTH ROW:
C. Owen, J. DeKnrne, R. Cellnriv
us, W, Schneider, R. Nefson, P.
Condit. D. Meyer. F, Andrews. E.
FIRST ROW, left xo right: R. Rei.
ter, S. Lnnerdan, M. Miller, N.
Southard, F, Amason, J, Abel. S.
Cockburn, K. Bates. SECOND
ROW: J. Laird, K. Lyme, B. Mun,
A. Dunham, D, Pozzuhfm, R.
Munn. J. Inman, F. Cisnlichi.
THIRD ROW: A. Bettnsrdi. R.
Krotq, L. Dunmfe, R. Limejnlm,
Mavis Silva, S. Wald. J. McNama4
ra. FOURTH ROW: G. Bmhman,
R. Orr. I. Gmth, P. Peppin, D.
Boulware, D. Sommers. IJ. Town'
send, L. Andersnn. L. Law.
FIRST ROW. Ivy: fu rfqlxl, I
White, IJ, Oshmn, 5. Ffmlvr. I,
Baker. A. llnrdmx J, Rumen, C
Nmirlw. P. Nicfflugqasic. SIECUND
RUNK A EI. Xlwn-Our. XY, I,.n-.s1m. J
Ifnrd, Stxxttafwrch B. Smurf., I
chntkr, V. Piauaiv. B Kiwhurvm
HIIKU ROW4 P, Nhrhcsun. H
cmlrxv. JJ. Xiclfruddwx. 'S Mayen
. Lxrmii. J. Kinetic. Y, Urr
IUVYQTH RUXX: lf. Rwdy, J
Qumg-lm. V. Huncrh ik Pcvry
S Suliwsm. ,-X.17L-iemx, R, Turner
H .l1slmsnn..f. Warkinp.
E ' V
? W' -
5 V ig
V 4 - ' . S V
QM wx , MN 4 gr .
1 5 5 .MJ x V .L
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V N s
H. Flanders. Editor: N. Diet-
erich, Business Manager.
S. Spoon, Feature Editor: G.
Fowler, Assoriate Sports Edi-
L. Meade, News Editor: J. Landis, Advertising Manager: C. J. Earle,
FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Parker, M. Thies, J. Allen, H. Jelfreys, Rue
Johnson, P. Miles, E, Johnston. SECOND RONV: NN. Johnson, L. Littell,
K, Ernst, D. Kun, J. Vurek, J. Wahl, D. Grieve, B. Neidlmm. NOT PIC-
TURED: R. Surge, S. White, S. Pedder, P. Malvey, J. Allen. F. Ernst. J.
Todd, D. Greene, D. May.
G. Fowler, S. Spoon, A. Rui.
N. Davis, Assoriare Photographer: H. Flanders, Head l'hotogrnpher
J. Wnolsey, Assariate .Van-
agerp A. Msrsan, Manager.
J. Lee, Axsoriale Edilvrg A.
A. Pgrker, Assistant Editor, Copy Editor: G. Gray, Classes Edimrg T. Marsan, .-Idvrrtising Assisianli I.. llalbey, Advertising .llanuger
T. Tlltnn, Arlivities Editnr: T. Smith. .fpurts Editor, J. Schneider, .I. Marvin, Srllrx Jlnunger, .-lssivtmzt Phnloprnfnlwr: H. Bedard
Assistant Cum' Edffnrg J. Robertson, .4dver1fsing Lnynu!. NOT Sillrxflvxiklilut,
PICTURED: D. Bearden, Sportx Edilurg N. Tuttle.
FIRST ROV5, IP!! ru right: J, Rounds, L. Meade. P. Bcdard, I'
C. Peters, Head l'hnIm2raph1fvg J. Marvin, McCurdy, A, Hrnnsnn, L. Durante SECOND ROW: L. Chiavini
Assistant I'hamErufihrr. Saxlps Mnrmger. J. Spiegl. U, White, C Weber, Nl. White, Ii. Jolmnmn, NI. Vhlch
FIRST ROW, left la right: E.
Platner, C. Van Cleave, N.
Jnhnsun, D. Bedard, L. Du-
rante, A. McAllister, E. John-
ston, P. Cory. SECOND ROW:
M. Welch. M. Milisich, R.
Richter, S. Tomer, M. Kit-
tredge, J. Lorentzen. NOT
PICTURED: Alan Moresi,
student manager: Helen Peter-
FIRST ROWV, Lighting and
Sound Crew, left to right: A.
Parker, P. Simmons. C. Peters,
A. Dull. L. Atkinson, B. Need-
ham, J. Early, B. Bedard. NOT
PICTURED: B. Pembroke, ad-
viser. SECOND ROW, Con-
struction Crew: C. Demeter, D.
Bentley, B. Boyce, M. McFar-
lane, J. King, B. Nelson, ad-
viser, Johanna Allen.
FIRST ROW, left to right: C.
Courtright, P. Bermingham, C.
Grasse, D. Jordan, T. West, B.
Cnrideo, P. Connell, A. Sum-
mers. SECOND ROW: B. Pen-
dleton, B. Bennetts, G. Nar-
dini, M. Welch, C. Van Cleave,
J. Kirk, C. Wollam, I. Barrett,
ROW: K. Goodwin, D. Graves,
S. Tomer, M. Kittredge, S.
Cockertnn, L. Durante, J.
Hughett, A. Bronson, M. Der-
ry. FOURTH ROW: M. Mili-
sich, R. Hagens, P. Schnlin, J.
Willits, S. Cavanaugh, C. En-
gle, C. Brennan, N. York, J.
Dickson, L. Dezzani, B. Weill.
FIFTH ROW: M. Silva, J.
Coop, D. Bedard, R. Freitas, J.
Marcella, T. Biggs, J. Sterner,
J. Holmes, P. Santos, J. Lee.
FIRST ROW, left nm right: E.
Wilent, A. Yeager, L, Rahls,
L, Dalbey, M. Burger, K.Lyser,
A. Parker, B. Randall. SEC-
OND ROW: C. Peters, E. Hu-
bach, J. Wahl, S. Stuttafnrd, J.
Reynolds, P. Simmons, D.
Smith. A. Stanley. THIRD
ROW: D. Hubach, D. Warren,
D. Bearden, H. Flanders, A.
Marsan, P. Gates, N. Druhe.
FOURTH ROW: A. Dull, J.
Wilent, B. Boyce, C. Drews,
J. Greenlaw, L. Atkinson, R.
Tinay. NOT PICTURED:
Betsy Pembroke, adviser.
FIRST ROW, Ie!! to right: R.
Raines, D. Bentley, J. Vurek,
J. Engelsman, D. White, L.
Conklin, H. Barber, M. White.
SECOND ROW: G. Hacker,
B. Peterson, Leone Sheldahl.
Joann Taylor, J. Jensen, A.
Wagner, D. Lavezzola. THIRD
ROW: I.. Wendell, D. NVn0d,
L. Rowland, V. Brahman, J.
Very. NOT PICTURED: Hel-
en Peterson, Caleteria adviser:
Margaret Nicholsnn, Student
FIRST ROW, Irfl to right: C.
Baldwin,V. dcI.aneux, S. Flea-
ger, K. Juhansnn, IZ. Bahls, L.
Durante, M. Kittredge, Joann
Taylor. SECOND RUWV: C.
Rucker, J. Linsley, S. Salxaie,
R. Richter. M. Welch. THIRD
ROW: IJ. Hudge, S. Groen-
nings, M. McFarlane, J. Yu-
rek, L. Nebeker, NOT PIC-
tured: Ruth Fletcher. adviser.
C0-ED TENNIS C0-ED SWHVIMING
C. S. F.
The Acalanes Chapter of the California Scholarship Federation is composed
of students who received not less than three A's and one B in the previous se-
mester-'s work. Students qualifying for membership in C.S.F. are given special
passes which enable them to go to the library without regular library permits
from their teachers. Gold Seal Bearers, those who are entitled to life membership
in C.S.F., are outstanding students who have received C.S.F. grades for six out of
eight semesters. These students are designated each year on the Commencement
FIRST ROW, le!! la right: L. Galbraith, J. Marple, S. Coggan, M. French, C. Monroe, K. Mickle, Judy Johnson,
E. Bahls, R. Hagens, P. Squires, J. Kirk, P. Cory, SECOND ROW: J. Wahl, T. Sanford, T. Tilton, J. Vurek
D. Davis, J. Todd, E. Neighbor, D. Bridges, M. White, H. Nemir, D. May, B. Finn, H. Barbar, B. Bedard.
THIRD ROW: A. Summers, P. Everest, G, Boles, R. Freitas, P. Gray, J. Lee, J. Chantler, A. Parker, B. Abbie,
M. Hansen, J. Eaton, C. Winters, Judy Hall, L. Heche.
FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Jensen, S. Borglin, N. Carlson, K. Lyser, V. de Laneux, B. Lyser, Joan Allen
J. Busch, J. Velazquez, K. Davis, C. Earle, M. Troyer. SECOND ROW: S. Cruennings, R. Rogers, H. Flanders
K. Ernst. B. Wickman, A. Siler. J. Hall, R. Tinay, J. Conley D. Cvietusa, H. Haskell, G. Coad. B. Keller
THIRD ROW: B. Springston, G. Duncan, S. Spoon, M. McMurphy, Diana Green, L. Dalhey, A. Reichhald
B. Mumford, J. Woolsey, E. Ranker, Johanna Allen, A. Hawkesworth, D. Hanawalt.
Under the direction of Adviser Miss Vera Richardson and President Sven
Groennings, the group put on several very successful events. On the top of the
list was the annual C.S.F. Dance. "On The Reservationf' given for the purpose
of raising money for the scholarship presented each year to one of the Senior
Class Inelnhers. For their annual trip to one of the nearby colleges, the group
chose to visit the campus of Stanford University, a trip which proved to be very
enlightening as well as entertaining. Castle Rock Park was chosen as the site of
the traditional C.S.F. Picnic in May which climaxetl the year's activities.
FIRST ROW, left to right: J. W'ahl, R. Rogers, Jim Hall, T. Sanford, B. Wickman, M. White, N. Parsons, H.
Flanders, A. Deleray, Richard Johnson, D. Reid, J. Vurek. SECOND ROW: C. Courtright, Diana Green, J. Busch,
C. Earle, L. Dalbey, N. Carlson, M. Jellries, S. Borglin, S. Salvage, A. Summers, L. Lamb, N. Merry, D. Hanawalt,
E, Ranker, B. Mumford. THIRD ROW: V. deLaneux, S. Brown, M. Derry, E. Lyser, J. Allen, B. Smith, S. Grnen-
nings, A. Siler, H. Haskell, C. Inman-Kane, C. Baker, J. Velazquez, K. Lyser, B. Springston, C. Gofnrth.
FIRST ROW, left In right: L. Sheldahl, H. McBride, J. Combs, J. Lloyd, R. Knobel, J. Todd, E. Neighbor, C. Kops,
D. Hubach, B. Keller, D. Boulware, K. Ernst. SECOND ROW: E. Bahls, P. Gray, J. Woodmansee, J. Kirk, J. Lee,
L. Galbraith, G. Reichert, E. Rankin, S. Cuggan, P. Squires, R. Krotz, Judy Hall, L. Heche, B. Pickton, M. Law-
rance. THIRD ROW: M. Troyer, J. Johnson, K. Mickle, C. Monroe, C. Winters, P. Bermingham, S. Mumford,
A. Seulberger, J. Chantler, C. Wollam, J. Eaton, J. Neuman, A. Parker, M. Hansen.
FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Johansen, B. Weill, M. Burger, C. Ferrell, D. Church, S. Brown, E. Neldham
C. Inman-Kane, M. Milisieh, L. Meade, J. Linsley, C. Baldwin. SECOND ROW: M. Burehfleld, P. Weber, S
Williams, M. Winterton, C. Cnurtright, D. Owen, P. Hoge, S. Curry. THIRD ROW: P. Oliver, R. Knobel
B. Sanders, J. Jolley, D. Hodge, R. Dunn, H. Weber, T. Smith, N. Parsons.
The school honor society of Acalanvs High Svlmol is ilcsigmitvfl lay lllv nann-
of Acalhonors. This group and the Acalanes vlwpler uf C.S.F. we-re organized at
the same time. Acalhonors lnenlln-rship is extvmlvrl tu all studvnts who arv ulmovc
average scholastically and receive three B's and one A or a total of tvn svnivstf-r
points in accredited subjects. Students who qualify for C.S.F. inmnlwrsliip auto-
llll-IIICHTTY qualify for Acalhonors. Miss Vera RlI'TlHl'lTH0lI is thi- adviser of llw group.
FIRST ROW, left ln right: P. Hoge. S. Spoon, M. Milisich. M. Probert, L. Meade. Johanna Xllen, K. Johanson
Q. McAllister, R. Freitas, A. Reichlmlcl, C. Mnuzy, B. Hoover. SECOND ROW: B. Weill, D Church, S. Williams,
G. Duncan, P. Weber, M. Winterton, A. Yeager, J. Punting, K. Davis. THIRD ROW: D. Hearden, ll. Weber. C.
Drews, D. Crossman, R. Sauder, B. Sanders, T. Tilton, D. Hndge, D. Arvidsun, D. Davis, R. Timmy. li. Diehl,
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FIRST ROIN, left ta right: A, Hawkesworth, D. Sclinitzler. l'. Nlnlvcy, J. Janssc. Juan Gordon, K. Goodwin, C,
Grasse, D, Graves, M. French, M. Blankenship, M. Hawley, K. Jones. SECOND ROW: N. Tuttle, P, Miles, S.
Logue, R. Shirling, N, Johnson, M. Somers, J. Marple, R. I-lapfens, ll. Bee. P. Bedard. THIRD ROW: E. Broome,
J. Conley, .l. Jncnlzus, T. Biggs, B. Fox, P. Erickson, R. Sheldalil, D. Bridges, C, Peters. li. Wulkins. D. May, J.
Olcntt. Ii. Bedard,
FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Irving, Pub-
licity: P. Malvey, Secretary Treasurer: B.
Matheson, Senior Representative. BACK
ROW: J. Keefe, Vice Presidenlg N. Petten-
gill, Sophomore Representative: W. Brannan,
Presidentg J. Rounds, Freshmam Representa-
tive. NOT PICTURED: B. Westlund, Jr.
Representative, J. Kirk, Jr. Representative.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The Junior Red Cross was under the sponsorship of Miss Helen Peterson.
Activities started early when Wayne Brannan attended the Junior Red Cross Con-
vention at San Bernardino in August of last year. After school started in the fall,
a membership drive was held and sixty dollars was collected. The spring project
was the filling of a school chest for a school in a needy area. The chest contained
school supplies as well as recreational articles.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. William Ross, the .Iunior Statesmen Organiza-
tion was established three years ago and has grown ever since. This year's activities
were climaxed by the annual Northern California Regional Convention, which
was held at Acalanes Saturday, May 5. The convention was highlighted by a panel
discussion in which the Acalanes team discussed, '4Should Student Body Cards
be required for voting privileges in school electionsn? Our team, consisting of
.lohn Wahl, Pat Hoge, Art Siler, Ed Neighbor and Ned Davis won the regional
FIRST ROW, left to right: Diana Green, K.
Johanson, C. Baldwin, A. Yeager, J. Linsley,
P. Hoge, S. Hoffman, B. Weill. SECOND
ROW: T. Tilton, D. Hodge, L. Atkinson, N.
Warren, L. Derrick, J. Wahl, A. Dull. THIRD
ROW: C. Mauzy, A. Reichhold, B. Argo, D.
Wulzen, G. Trimble, A. Ames. FOURTH
ROW: P. Malvey, Marilyn Davis, I. Jacuzzi,
D. Foster, S. Logue, S. Coggan, P. Squires,
The Spanish Honorary Society is open to any student taking Spanish III or IV
or to any student with an "AP in Spanish I or a "B" in Spanish Il. Under the joint
leadership of Miss Florence Bassignan, lVlr. Charles Donna. Miss Josephine Ochoa,
and Miss Marie Wagner. the club this year heard several speakers from Latin
America and sponsored a Spanish movie at the EI Rey Theater in Walnut Creek.
The purpose of the cluh is to further good relations between North and South
FIRST ROW, left lo right: F. Bailey, C. Miller, P. Shelver, Christine Johnson, D. Hanawalt. M. Maier, J. Linsley,
L. Meade, R. Surge, M. Troyer, M. Hansen, P. Malvey. SECOND ROW: J. Ponting. D. Jensen, K. Davis, Diana
Green, V. deLaneux, J. Greene, N. Carlson, C. Mauzy, A. Reichhold, P. Johnson, I. Cockerton. D. Wulzen, M.
Jelfrles, S. Borpllin, M. Lyon. THIRD ROW: P. Erikson, C. Leach, D. Stevens, J. NVahl, L. Simmonds, G. Duncan,
P. Weher, A. Yeaier, E. Johnston, P. Oliver, T. Tilton, D. Hodyle, R. Raines, R. Owen. FOURTH ROW: G.
Coad, A. Rui, H. Flanders, L. Atkinson, S. Groennings, D. Kun, G. Fowler. J. Todd, T. Koenig, N. Davis, H. Barbar.
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Brennan, M. Blankenship, J. Cashman, S. Tomer. N. Parsons, A. Ames, J. Velaz-
quez, E. Bahls, R. Freitas, B. Jeffreys, M. Hawley, A. Mason. SECOND ROW: I'. Bedard, J. Jansse, C. Demeter,
L. Pyle, P. Gardiner, M. Lawrence. R. Krotz, H. Gray, R. Shirling. C. Sawyer. C. Grasse, D. Graves, A. Parker,
P. Randall, M. Somers. THIRD ROYV: D. Schnitzler, C. Wollam, J. Eaton, H, A. Lewis, L. Pusquini, A. Hawkes-
worth, J. Lee, J. Woodmansee, P. Pyle, M. Derry, N. Pettengill. S. Gruenhagen, I. Dempster, C. Courtright,
D. Bee. FOURTH ROW: A. Culp, J. Reynolds, D. Rathjen, H. McBride, IJ. Reid. T. Biggs, M. Klement, W.
Williams, N. Tuttle, M. White.
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FIRST ROW, left In right: S. Spoon, M. Porter, M. Keyes, Director O. Busch, P. Miles, E. Lyser, S. Aiman.
SECOND ROW: J. Costa, F. Andrews, B. Pabst, D. Sandvik, Nl. Tinay, G. Williams, T. Reedy, B. Edgar, B.
Jetfrys. THIRD ROW: C. Potter, P. Stegman, L. Zeller, A. Lnssagne, F. Perry, P. Sheaif, W. Rugh, Jim Hall.
FOURTH ROW: D. Jacobsen, R. Lee, R. Rogers, R. Jacobsen, D. Bentley, Bill Smith, P. Laing, A. Ruff.
FIRST ROW, left tu right: J. Greene, N. Johnson, J. Kennedy, A. Champlin, J. Vlnlf, A. Yeager. M. Burchfield, K.
Manning. SECOND ROW: A. Pierce, D. Gregory, J. Cntleral, M. Thies, J. Guldenzopf, J. Morris, C. Petersen,
J. Derry. THIRD ROW: B. Argo, L. Overstreet, D. Peprvin, J. Jolley. P. Cook, A. Lassagne, R. Shusta. FOURTH
ROW: G. Schallenberger, B. Cuppa, D. Hackett, L. Summers, P. Laing. N. Snel, G. Grigg, B. Abreu.
SEATED, Iefl to fight: D.
Anderson, P. Vallarino, B.
Tressider. STANDING: P.
Gates, B. Wadman, B. Johan-
son, M. Spencer, D. Beck, B.
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Jarvis, N. Rocconi, S. Harris
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Burchfleld, S. Aiman, C
Phibbs. V. Steward, W. Hall
THIRD ROW: N. Johnson, A
Gorman, D. Floyd, B. Mum
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'IL CHARLES EATON ED LAHEY
ERWIN MATTSON BOB STEVENS
JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
When twenty-eight varsity players graduated, a gaping hole was left in the
ranks of the Aealanes squad. Coaches Mattson and Stevens knew that they had
the job of getting the Dons back to their former power, for although the ex-J.V.'s
were willing, they were inexperienced.
League games were unvictorious until our bout with Albany, at which time
Acalanes pushed through for a score of 7-6. With this encouraging victory the
Dons fought on to a surprising win over John Swett in the season's last game.
The Junior Varsity was faced with a similar situationg and considering thc
difliculties, Coaches Eaton, Twining and Dilling turned out a sterling job.
Among this season's outstanding players were Joie Pearson, Al Culp. Bob
Borghesani, Hal Weber, Gary DeAngclis, Bob Winkenbavh. and Buzz Vllilliams,
who was also chosen All-County guard.
With a good many of the players returning next year, the team is looking
forward to revenge and a victorious season.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Conch W. Twining, P. Vallarino, R. Lee, H. Johnson, K. Wise. Coach O. Babcock.
SECOND ROW: R. Kennerly, D. Larson, L. Busby, P. Hendersnn. F. Reedy, J. Luedemann, E. Foskett, H.
McBride, J. Pitto, M. Ferrarese, D. Davis, B. Lincoln, B. Thain. THIRD ROW: M. Nlurphy, B. Crall, D. May, B.
Ferro, B. Tressider, D. Austin, R. Bucan, S. Batt, B. Miller, S. Fenton. G. Malvey, J. Hart, B. Lynch, R. Munn.
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37 ,,,. ....,., P iedmont ....,... .... 4 8
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28 .... ..,..., A lameda ,....... 37
31 ..,v ....... C al Frosh ....,,., 59
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44 ,,,, ,,,, A lhany ,,.,, 46
52 AA,, .,..... M t. Diablo ........ 53
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The varsity basketball team placed third in the County and third
in the tournament.
GB" SC4 IRES
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I5 ,...,. ....., F remont ....,,,, ,,.... , 20
34 ,,,,,, .....,..,. I Jakland .,..... ,,,,. 2 0
24 Castlemont ..,,.. Y.... 3 2
19 ,..,.. ..,... E l Cerrito .,..,,,, ,,,,, -1- 6
23 .,,.., Piedmont ..,,.... 30
23 Livermore ., ,..,. 40
21 ,,,,..,,,, Alameda .... 42
39 San Ramon ,,,.,, ,,,,, 2 7
27 Berkeley .... ,,,., 6 2
24 Albany .. ..., ..... 2 5
34 Mt. Diablo .,,,.. ..., 4 9
27 John Swett .,..,, llll 4 2
24 Livermore ,,,,.. ,... 3 8
35 Antioch ,.,i ,,.. 3 3
31 Allxanllmra .,,..... .... 2 7
27 Pittsburg ,r,i,.,. ,,... 3 7
Due to the fact that there was only one returning letterman this year, the
Varsity basketball team got off to a slow start and lost many of their first prac-
tice games. The team suffered again when Harry Neilson left early in the season
for the service. After the team had played its first few games, they gained the
necessary experience and the games improved steadily. When league play started,
the team had reached its peak. Acalanes finished third, behind Pittsburg and
Diablo, in Contra Costa County League standing. ln the League Tournament the
team finished third, again behind Alhambra and Mt. Diablo.
The League Tournament is something new in the county this year. The tour-
nament was held at Mt. Diablo in their new gym. The games were played on an
elimination basis over a three-night period. The tournament was a great success,
and the team is looking forward to one again next year!
FIRST ROW, left lo fight:
B. Fox, B. Winkenbach, J.
Bowron, R. Davis, R. Linn
D. Barrows, B. Kleckner,
A. Siler. SECOND ROW:
D. Cranston, D. Garrett, J.
Champion, E. Hunt, B.
Diehl, D. Holmes, B. Lit-
tlefield, B. Borghesani, R.
FIRST ROW, left to right
B. Ferro, P. Hegerle, B
Ferrarese, B. Westlund, J
Groth, R. Mason, S. lndeli-
cato, B. Johanson. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Culp, M
Elvidge, J. Champlin, M
White, N. Tuttle, E
Grimes, S. Pedder, J. Da-
vis, B. Reark.
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The Acalanes track team had one of its most successful seasons this year. The
team was undefeated in dual competition, and they also took first place in the
The first dual meet with Pittsburg was an easy victory. The following week's
meet with Antioch proved to be more of a thriller. The meet was close all the
way, and only when our relay team won in the last event were we assured of
victory. The following weeks' encounters with Alhambra, John Swett, Alameda,
and Albany were again easy victories. ln our victorious meet with Diablo, Darrel
Crossman tied our 100-yard dash record of 10.2 and broke our 220-yard dash
record with a time of 22.5. The Dons in their last encounter uprooted the mighty
E1 Cerrito powerhouse by 48 points.
This year,s track team had very good depth in almost all of the events but
lacked the outstanding tracksters that were necessary to win such meets as the
E1 Cerrito and Martinez Relays and the North Coast meet. Bill Powers broke the
school high jump record with a height of 5' 1132" at the North Coast Section.
The "B" team, too, had one of its best seasons on record. They were undefeated
in dual competition, and they placed first in the County meet. Also several school
records were broken in the "B" division. John Hansard set a new broad jump
record by jumping 19' 7", Doug Cooper broke the 120 low hurdle record with a
time of 14.8, John Barnett with 10' 'YMZU set a new pole vault record, and Don
Duncan broke the county record for the discus at the county meet with a throw
of 119' 1".
With many men returning, both teams should have good seasons again next
FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Matheson, B. Abreu, S. Lawrence, H. Haskell, J. Price, B. Fox, R. Iverson, R. Souder,
B. Morgan, SECOND ROW: R. Paul, J. Williams, M. Elvidge, A. Siler, E. Greub, E. Murray, D. Holmes, D. Cross-
man. R. Lundgren, J. Pearson. THIRD ROW: D. Kun, H. Walden, R. Williamson, J. Lohstroh, J. Keefe, B. Herrick,
B. Thain, D. White, B. Smith, E. Broome, C. Bacon, Coach Eaton. FOURTH ROW: J. Cond, B. Wickrnan, R.
Rodgers, B. Powers, H. Weber, R. Dickie, D. Bentley, J. Daniel, J. Tener, S. Batt, S. Hall, D. Twomey.
FIRST RUVV, left lu righf: D. Allisnn, T. Sorensen, R, Urtlund, A. Culp, J. Barnet, E. Ambrose, Graves, J. Hun-
sard, B. 1Nudman, J. Watkins. E. Fasket. SECOND ROW: R, Owen, D. Davis, R. Andrew, D. Duncan, R, Mason,
li. Stirtun, H. Watkins, L. Busby, J. Hart, R. Brinpguli, W, Williams. M. Murphy.'l'H1RD ROW: J. Early, E. Lucas,
M. White, P. Paustian, R. Lee, D. Cuwden, D. Cooper, A. Stanly, E. Grimes. C. Kups.
"A" TRACK SCORES
72 ..... ..... P ittsburg . ....... .. 41
58 .. ., .. Pittsburg .,,,. ,. 31562
58 .. ., Antioch . 5311:
105 . . . Al1li:lIl11ll'21 31
105 H .lflllll Swett , .... 5
8316.. . .. Alamulla . 511g
831g . Albany . rl
T3 .. .. Diablo '10
80w .........,.. El Cerrito .......,.,., 32W
The HA" Track tcain placed first in
the County nmol.
"B" TRACK SCORES
61 - Pittsburg ..- 43
QLYMZ .,., , Pittsburg ,..... 3754:
11-'YMH Antioch , 4-6K2
6416 ., Alhambra . 60W
64-M, ,xllmiy . 4
5719 . , .. Diablo .. , 4636:
OYMZ.. .... El Cerrito .. 3616
The "B" Track team placed first i
Acalanes-1. 2, 3 Cecil. up and over
Spin it. Jim! Wickman does the splits Ed ran a gfmd race
How far will it go? "With a prayer in my heart" Our relay team wins Going, going. guns!
For the eighth consecutive year, the varsity swimmers have captured the
County crown. In this county competition our swimmers beat their nearest com-
petitor hy forty points. Brooks de Laneux broke the school and league records
in the 100-yard breaststroke. He also topped the school record for the 150-yard
individual medley. Dick Hubach set a new school and league mark in the 200-
yard freestyle. With most of the swimmers returning again next year, the team
can be assured of another excellent season.
.4 calanes Opponent A ralanvs Opponent
66 .......,,, Livermore ,,,,,,..., 7 23 ...,, ,..,. M odesto ....,Y.,,v,, 21
37 .... .,... H ayward ...... 38 55 .. ..... Monterey ...,,,, 20
21 ......,..... Cal Frosh ..,,,. 48M 39 ,, ..,,, Modesto ...... 35
21 .,........ Vallejo .I.C. .... LLM! 37 .. .,.,, Cal Frosh .,,,, . 44
26 ..,, ,.... P alo Alto .........t., 49 37 ,,,,..,... Mt. Diablo .......,,, 3
28 .......,.,.. Berkeley ,,.,,,..,t., 47
Class HA" swimmers placed first in the County. ln the North Coast meet they
FIRST ROW, le!! to right: J. Stutiel, T. Roemer, J. Greenlaw, T. Morrish, C. Ostrom, J. Kistinger, D. Hubach,
H. Bronson, J. Rounds, E. Huhach. SECOND ROW: J. Erikson, C. Drews, D. Weidlein, B. de Laneux, G. Budway,
W. Rugh, E. Hunt, J. Jacnbus, L. Rogers, Coach Arth.
" " SWIMMING
Another fine year of swimming was recorded lay the ,lunior Varsity swimming
teamg they sullered no losses in dual competition, and they placed first in the
county meet. Boll Harrison set new school and league records in the 50- and 100-
yard freestyle. and Stan Pedder lrroke the 50-yard lmackstroke school and county
records. The 75-yard medley and 100-yard freestyle records were also broken.
,lim Small set the 100-yard lrreaststrokc and Kim Wilkin set the 75-yard individual
Aralanes Opponent .flmlanes Opponenl
-1-2 ,,,, ., Livermore .. ..,, , IS 33 Modesto .,., 24-
50 Hayward ,.,,, I6 48 ,, .. ,, Monterey 9
23 .. ,,., Palo Alto ...., ,, 43 -l--l- ., .. Modesto , 22
28 ,,,,,,., ,. Berkeley .,,,, ..,., 2 9
Class NB" swimmers placed first in the county swimming meet. ln the North Coast
meet they placed fifth.
FIRST ROW: K. Lylle. SECOND ROW, lefl In right: D. Stnetller, K. Wilkin, T. Klement. T, Mcrrv, P. Hcgerlc,
M. White, D. Bridges, L. Harper, T. Marian, ll. Brown, R. Fiona. THIRD ROW: ,l. Sullivan, R. Gerow. H, Ran-
dall. J. W'iggins, B. Harrison, S. Pedcler, J, Small, .l. Speigl, A. Dcleray, R. Kistinger. R. Lincoln, U. Bnulware.
FIRST ROW, left tu right: B. Turner, W. Johnson. SECOND ROW: B. Fox, J. Rowron, G. Williams, D. Fey,
J, Macauley, B. Westlund, A. Peronetto, K. Dann. THIRD ROW: M. Klement, B. Winkenhach, J. Henderson,
A. Monsen, R. Ting, B. Borghesani, B. Littlefield, D. Garrett, Coach Mattson.
JUNIOR VARSITY AND VARSITY RESERVE
FIRST ROW, Iefl to right: E. Neighbor. R. Davis, G. Graves, M. Ferrarese, T. Sorensen, S. lndelicato, R. Johnson,
E. Parks, D. Isaacs, R. Otto, SECOND ROW: B. Keller, J. Davis, J. Champlin, D. Townsend, M. White. R. Munn,
G. Ramsey, D. Hupp, D. Austin, B. Tressider. THIRD ROW: J. Small, E. Hunt, A. Ruff, G. Furtado, N. Lescure
J. Olcott, J. Groth, G. Hanawalt, B. Johanson, S. Mumford.
The baseball team had troulile getting under way this season, hut after the
first few games were played the team really started playing good ball. The squad
ended up second in the league. The team can look forward to a great season next
year as only two boys are graduating.
Varslty and Varsity Reserves played many games this season, gaining much
experience for the JA" squad next year.
"AW SCORES JR. VARSITY SCURPH
ACllll1llPS Upponent A ralruws Uppom nt
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6 .,,,,,,,.. Castlemont
4 .,..,.,... Richmond
5 ...,.,,,,, Livermore
0 ,,,..,,,.. Castlemont
1 ...,.,..., Richmond
2 ,,,, ,.... A lhany
2 i.,. .,,,, D iahlo
l .,,,,,.... .lohn Swett
0 ,.,,,,,,., Emeryville
l ,,,,,,,..,.. El Cerrito
9 ,.,......... Antioch
15 ..,......,,, Alhambra
8 ,,,, Pittsburg Jr. High
27 .,.,,,,,,, Livermore .....
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W-l ,,,,,.,,,, Livermore ,,.,,
3 ..., Pittsburg lr. High
13 ,,,, Pittsburg Jr. High
10 ........,, San Ramon ,,,,,
23 .,,,.,..,,,, El Cerrito ,.,,,,,
4 ,,,,,,,,,, San Ramon .,,.
2 ,,,..,,,,, Richmond ., .,
iiDenotes Varsity Reserve.
FIRST ROW, lPff tu right: Coach Winchester, D. Rathjen, P. Lothien, B. Shannon, B. Tressider, B. Mahilo,
SECOND ROW: F. Gates, J. Kistingcr, G. Fowler, N. Parsons, B, Wallis, J. Gray.
The Acalanes racket men had a very successful season this year with 14 wins
and 2 losses. The team won the County Tournament as Howard Flanders annexed
the county singles title, while Bob Wallis and Norm Parsons took the doubles
title. Following the County Tournament, Bolm Wallis and Norm Parsons repre-
sented Contra Costa in the North Coast matches.
The top men on the team in their order of rank were Bob Wallis, Norm Par-
sons, Howard Flanders, George Fowler, Dave Bentley and Jerry Cray.
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The tennis team placed first in County Meet.
This year's golf team had a very sum-csst'ul season with il seven win. two loss
and one tie record. 'l'be team also won the eounty golf IIICCI. Bob Diehl was
medalist for the meet. The first five positions were held in this order: Bob Diehl.
Mike Elvidge, .lack Stoflel, John Barnett and Dave Cranston. Besides the coaching
received from Mr. Dilling, the team was greatly aided by Mr. Pat Patton of
Orinda. With only one man graduating, the team will have another excellent sea-
son next year.
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County Meet: First place. d
FIRST RUVV. lrft tn righl: J. Luedduman. ll. Lucck, R. Orr, W, Williams. IJ, Reed, M. lilvidgc. SECOND RUW:
C. Leash. B. Diehl, D. Cranston, J. Stnftel, R. Andrews, NI. Klement, B. Croll, Coach Ililling.
The Block "A" is open to all boys earning a varsity block letter. The officers
for the year were Joie Pearson, Presidentg Buddy Turner, Vice-Presidentg Walter
Johnson, Secretary-Treasurerg and Raymond Ray, Sergeant-at-Arms. Any fellow
winning the varsity award is entitled to wear an eight-inch block MA" and a stripe
on the arm. The sport in which the fellow participates is designated hy an emblem
placed on the block itself. County champions wear a star on the shoulder.
FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Johnson, N. Parsons, B. Wallis, M. Elvidge, C. Drews, R. Lundgren, J. Pearson,
B. Wickman, J. Price. SECOND ROW: R. Souder, W. Johnson, B. Turner, C. Ostrom, E. Murray, J. Greenlaw,
J. Macaulay, B. deLaneux, H. Weber, A. Monsen, B. Fox, V. Osborn. THIRD ROW: D. Crossman, D. Reid,
R. Ray, B. Diehl, B. Kleckner, B. Borghesani, R. Linn, A. Culp, D. Cranston, G. deAn2elis, E. Greub, C. Bacon,
K. Wise. FOURTH ROW: A. Moresi, E. Broome, R. Osmundsen, T. Biggs. D. Fey, J. Daniel, H. Haskell,
. Tinay, B. Winkenbach, J. Jacobus, R. Ting, FIFTH ROW: J. Rounds, J. Bowron, D. Cvietusa, A, Siler, R.
Raines, T. Sanford, H. Flanders, John Williams, W. Siebecke, B. Powers, B. Stewart. T. Roemer, A. Dull.
FIRST ROW le!! lo rxqht J Conley J Hall D Cooper R Johnson K Wilkln B Westlund J Burns R
Williamson E Hunt H Bronson M White G Furtado SECOND ROW D Garrett T Sorensen S Indelicato
E Ambose J Reynolds A Peronetto J Fender E Huhach T Morrish T Daniel R Otto M VIcFarlane
THIRD ROW S Pedder N Tuttle J Ixeefe W Rugh O Babcock J Johnson D Reich T Koenig B
Claxche W Brannan B Herrick
Chips IS the name given to letter holders of Junior Varsity classificatlon.
Membership in this group is purely honorary. The winner of a B award is
entitled to wear a six-inch block or an eight-inch block if the team is a county
LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Champlin,
treasurer: P. Zamlnch, Junior repre-
senlalive: J. Emerson, president: A.
Parker, vice president: D. Hanawalt,
commissioner of playdays: D. Piona,
serretaryg C. Emerson, Sophomore KV It If 7
representative: B. Bettencourt, ad- I 'Q
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G. A. A.
This year the Girls' Athletic Association continued activities under a newly
adopted constitution. The old system of awards. on the basis of team selections
and skill, has been changed to an award system hascd on participation. The
awards range from a G.A.A. emblem to a special pin. This year these were pre-
sented at a special assembly held for boys' hasketlmall during the third quarter.
The order of awards is G.A.A. Emblem. Class Numeral, Block "A," Officials Bar
and the special pin.
Also under the new constitution the G.A.A. found itself with a new officer.
the Commissioner of Playdays. This is a most difficult joh as the Commissioner
has the responsibility of arranging for all playdays held at Acalanes and for organ-
izing sign-ups and transportation to playdays held at other schools in the county.
This year this job was very capahly held hy Dorothy Hanawalt.
FIRST ROW, lr!! Io right: J. Chantler, A. Seulherger, S. Knipe, M, Zhavital, D. Hanawalt, D. Piona, A. Parker.
Joann Taylor, J. Woodmansee, D. Reese, C. Brennan, M. Blankenship. SECOND ROW: J. Landes. K. Davis, C.
Ferrell, A. Hatton, J. Ponting, S. Brown, K. Lyser, D. Owen. I.. Dalbey, A. Ciantichi. THIRD ROW: C. Inman-
Kane, C. Courtright, V. deLaneux. E. Lyser, A. Champlin, M. Kittredge, A. Bronson. M. Downs, A. McAllister. A.
Hawkesworth, J. Jansee, J. Irving.
FIRST ROW, lzfl in right: J.
Chantler, A. Vittaly. SECOND
ROW: A Bronson. M. Zbavi-
tal. V. deLnneux. S. Brown.
Activities of the G.A.A. were many during the year. Tournaments were held
in all the major team and individual sports, which includes volleyball, basketball,
spcedball, softball. tennis, badminton and swimming. Also playdays with the
other schools in the county were held regularly throughout the year. Several
playdays were sponsored by the Acalanes G.A.A., including a very successful Mod-
ern Dance County Playday, which was the first of its kind ever held in this county.
ln addition, two Sports Days, one at the University of California and the other at
San Francisco Stateis new campus. were attended by Acalanes G.A.A. members.
A new activity, bowling, was carried on during the third quarter and proved
to be very popular. The girls had a special arrangement with the Broadway Bowl
in Oakland, where they bowled on Wednesdays of every week in the quarter.
Records were kept of the girls' scorcs and many showed much improvement dur-
ing this time.
The G.A.A. also engaged in other activities. The members were in charge of
program sales for all games during the football season and for the county track
meet held at Acalanes. The Girls' Athletic Association maintained a victory stand
at the track meet and handled the presentation of awards.
FIRST Row, lm fn ffgm:
M. Santos. J. Freitas. J.
Fry. SECOND ROW: J.
Cutteral, J. Landes.
FIRST ROW. left to right:
E. Jansse, J. Taylor, C.
Petersen. SECOND ROW:
M. Zbsvital. A. Champlin,
D. Owen, D, Hanawalt,
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Ml. Diablo Blvd. Walnuf Creek Walnul Creek 3598
STEELE'S DRESS SHOP
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ROYAL TIRE SERVICE
Walnuf Creek 59l5
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Office Supplies and Books ' Welnul Creek 4302
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HOME COOKED FOODS
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MI. Diablo and Mariinez Cui Off
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I I65 - 67'rl1 Sfreef Oakland 8, California
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS
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I628 Mi. Diablo Blvd. Walnui Creek 930i
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Phone Walnui' Creek 5228
I256 Souih Main Sireei Walnui' Creek HINKSQN S BAKERY
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Phone Lefayelie 9930 Lafayefie, California Opposiie Posi Office Orinda, California
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l356 Main Slreel a Walnul' Creelt, Calif.
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Phone 440I o Meal' Marlcef 4582
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3434 M+. Diablo Blvd. Lafayefle, Calif.
Walnul CMI' Lafayeiie 449I
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Lafayefle Plaza Lafayelfe 4624 Walnui Creek I'alaYElle
LAFAYETTE WALNUT CREEK PHARMACY
Lalayeffe 4662 Lalayelfe
On The Corner Walnul' Creek, Calif
Phone Walnuf Creelc 2772
Homemade Ice Cream
MI. Diablo Blvd. I.afayeHe 2453
BENNETT SUPPLY CO.
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2034 Ml. Diablo Blvd. Walnul Creelr
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I639 Main S+ree+ Wdlnul' Creek
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Mi. Diablo Boulevard La'faye'He 9908
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79 Orinda Highway Orinda, California
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I432 Main Sfreei Walnui Creek 4454
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2008 M'I'. Diablo Blvd. W. C. 6736
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Phone Lafayeffe 2500
3624 Diablo Blvd. Lafayeffe, California
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Walnut Creek 2900
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l3I6 Main Sfreef Walnuf Creek, California
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Phone 3658 I365 Main Sfreef Walnuf Creek
J. T. Lucas Sores and Service
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Telephone Walnuf Creek 4438
ZI96 Mf. Diablo Blvd. Walnuf Creek, California
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MEAT Enchanlmenl' by 'I'he Yard
GROCERIES o PRODUCE
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TIRES ' BATTERIES ' LUBRICATION
MORAGA VALLEY NURSERY
IY6 Moraga Highway Orinda 6596
KLAD-EZEE CHILDREN'S SHOP
BeI"I'er Cloihes for Girls and Boys
I32B Main Slreel' Walnul Creek 2405
PHONE LAFAYETTE 39I4
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LEE C. DAVIESS, Realfor
Cenfral Bank Building
Hunfing and Fishing Sfore
SPORTING AND ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT, GUNS
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Lucky Stores, lnc. Stephens Fountain Kostcrls Bakery
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Broadway Pharmacy Layne Credit Opticians
Daniel Stucki Fino Jewelry SI'IliOl'.S Junior Bootery
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LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS
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Miss Millicenl Hamburger
Roberl' L. Ozias
Waller Z. Kolasa
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California Ari and Engraving Co.
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