Acalanes High School - Aklan Yearbook (Lafayette, CA)

 - Class of 1953

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On The opposiTe page is a phoTograph oT someone's head and The old school sign. The head represenTs a sTudenT, and The sign represenTs an opporTuniTy. LeT's call This head Frank. Now Frank is an average sorT oT person. This morning he's Thinking abouT The assignmenTs he did do IasT nighT, and he wonders whaT he's going To say abouT Them. ln The back oT his mind is lurking The guesTion, "why bOTher wiTh all This?" The opporTuniTy is Acalanes, or college, or a summer Trip, or a SaTurday job, or a good Triend, or a new acquainTance. A lazy aTTernoon in The sun can be an opporTuniTy. Any opporTuniTy plus enThusiasm, inTeresT, a liTTle humor and undersslanding. and The resull . . . happiness. This isn'T a TexTbook, and we can'T Teach anyThing. WhaT you learn Trom This book musT be your own achievemenT. We wanT To presenT To you along wiTh your yearbook an idea Tor happiness ThaT has been Tried and proved. As you look over The record oT your year's work, keep our idea in mind. You'll Tind iT on page one. F1 we dedicate .1-f' +1 J "WFT" fhe AKLAN Ninefeen Fiffy-fhree fo Richard C. Hansen, who, in fwo shorf years, has given much fo his school, his friends, his communify and his arf. 1 the yew work X dklan Jerrf Gamba I-Iafl Ccfbelrf Sue Eowler JPJFEI Kennedy Jael Lloyd IAarHa Lyon Judle Miner Barbara Orme Sue Panella Don Pallngen LIZ Pogerz Lee Slmopfauqlw Pele Slmeaflr Holly Slem Emily Sllenlre fifty-Ihr PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY AT ACALANES HIGH SCHOOL LAFAYETTE, CALIFORNIA JIM ROBERTSON, edilor BILL BEDARD, manager BETSY PEMBROKE. advisor in memory of Mr. Elmo Heard, who, as Jreedwer and friend, served fxcelones from V740 To April rwenjry-sixrh of Jrlwis year, The members of Jrhe Aklen Stuff dedicare This page. NED DAVIS ludenf body presidenl JUDY JOHNSON sludenl body secrelary KAREN JOHANSON sfudenl body treasurer CAROLYN GOFORTH social secrelary JUDY RUGH yell leader RICK JOHNSON :fudenf body vice presidenl JIM WATKINS yell leader 4 LYNN SELLMAN yell leader :A uf be 2 I fm,, , my :Wai ZZ YW, Baie fxxw rl A QWQ m 5114 , , , x 41 ' , ,, 'ffij X ,, ' fjjk 4 :ff W.. X, ' 'Wfi ff . X : V "' 1 f ' , f 'W 1 ' , ,, 'QL ,.... , y ,. , , , x ,L W ..X.x ff f--. , NYM ' , . I 5,51 'MW ,W , 3318 iw My ' ' " aff! ,f M why J 'W ' M V, Sidi? g Ah" W1w1x, Jwrwuy t W - 'A' 1 f,, ,. K... ,M ? , " V- Ml , X V 'l fw-vw , M f W ' W 979.6 ff f,..f.W ,, f 2 T ,Q "" ' - , ' ' ff, 'W 7 'f??3?i'f' " "" '-Q ' -. ,S A Lf 4:9 f A H 4 fu , ,gg - :lg-jzg,, f--,, ff -- W-4"2M W ',ff'5f,:7!92f'n'ii Q ,, f , 5 I ' 1 Q- v W M Z 3 V A ' w A 'Ng si f' fa nx- Q4- af 15 , ,, 'Q-fe 355 wu- NA Wag, . ,4 9, M V If WV , 7 ff , , V 'sy K 4' W 7 , J W .W Q ' 'M' ffm i , wr 3 4 , X Ma xv , , ' Q s mf student council First row, left 'fo right: B. Bedard, E. Neighbor, J. Burns T. Moorish, J. Small, L. Sellman, S. Logue, C. Demeter, F. Davis, S. Walgren. Second row: L. Heche, C. Winter, G. Hansen, M. Fish, L. Teasdale, S. Mitchell, J. Watkins, A. Ruff, M. Barreff, G. Forfado. Third row: N. Edminsfer, B. Lyser, M. Laurenson, D. Meyers, B. Needham, I. Dix, J. Johnson, J. Spiegl, D. Rafhien, A. Robertson. Fourfh row: B. Wall, R. Wood, S. Johansen, J. Monroe, F. Cady, D. Wold, B. Rupiey, B. Neighbor, D. Pozzobon, B. Watkins. Fifth row: B. Lawrence, T. Freeman, J. Watkins, S. Fowler, R. Muse, S. Pedder, 8. Randall. . u ef fi 9 1 p + e, . fi ., . if W, 1 fy .ff ' W 47, V- gg l . W e vw , K h ' I citizenship committee Left to right: B. Stark, K. Mickle, W. Ross, advisor R. Kisfinger, N. Davis, D. Rafhien 'i fff i W W gm 4 f nf ' , IQ: ffffwf " I ,, 75' ' ,2 w KW , ,,' NW' f f , ,f W , W f WWW "" ,V I 5 V wffff 4 ,, , , ZW, 'f ' ZQXYI 'AV ,mm 4 f ,M X If 25, : f ,ff ,f f 1 f, W M9 administrators DAVID B. STEWART, dean of boys STANLEY WALGREN, principal LILY LAHTI, dean of girls NEIL M. PARSONS, dlslrlcf superinfendenf JOHN F. CHADDOCK presidenl WILLIAM B. FREEMAN clerk DR, RALPH C. HALL former presidenf CARL NEWBU RY former president M. H. STANLEY former presidenf UIISIIBES ANITA ANDERSON bU5i"e55 EUQUSH. office Practice, shorthand, typing JOHN ANNIS physics, chemistry, senior science LELAND ARTH mathematics, coach FLORENCE BASSIGNAN French, Spanish BEATRICE BETTENCOURT girls' physical education STAN LEY BLACK auto shop, shop orientation RACHAEL BURCHARD English, dramatics OSCAR BUSCH elementary schools music, study HELOISE CORR algebra, social studies BARBARA CROSS biology, physiology DEAN DAMBACHER counseling, social studies American history, boys' physical CHARLES DONNA Spanish RUTH DYER California history EATON CHARLES education, coach RUTH FLETCHER librarian SHIRLEY FRAZIER home economics MURIEL GRAY English, Spanish MILLICENT HAMBURG-ER dance, English BRUCE HANDLEY ch. mathematics dept., algebra RICHARD HANSON band, mixed chorus, music appreciation crafts, mechanical drawing, ELMO HEARD shop orientation DOROTHY LAM B applied art ROBERT LORD typing, bookkeeping, student body accounts, coach RICHARD MAYES English JOHN McLEAN driver training BARBARA NELSON art MARGARET NICHOLSON ch. science dept., chemistry JOSEPHINE OCHOA ch. language dept., Spanish, Latin f L Sw ae- P 4 W ' ,, 4 D-. f . . 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I .f 'x gk X fait . K ' M 1' N X Q if it 5. ,gr Y- is r' - 4' .A I A-r . 'T ,. .4 1 'ks OM -of he r , lv- vs I 'r I , Q ,I I V V. an H , aw -V , ax J ii i i ALEXANDER WINCHESTER PhY5I0IO9y, counseling KATHERINE WOODLEY business law, shorfhand, fyping 'I gl eg HAROLD OXSEN business malh georneiry BETSY PEMBROKE American history director of audio visual educallon stage crew, aklan HELEN PETERSON cooking, homemakrng cafelerra VERA PHILLIPS school nurse ROSS REAGAN adminislralive assrslanl geomefry VERA RICHARDSON arf, counseling GENE RIDLEY boys' physical educallon WILLIAM ROSS direclor of guidance and counseling senior problems WILSON SANCHEZ ch. English dept English sludenl handbook ROBERT STEVENS mechanical drawing archrleclural drawing shop orienlalion, coach DAVID STEWART dean of boys, American hlslory ROBERT THOM woodshop, shop orlenfallon BERTON TRULSSON dramalics, public speaking English WILBUR TWINING social sludies, senior problems boys sporls MARIE WAGNER Spanish ELSIE WALLIN girls' physical RUTH WEBB ch, social sludies depl American hlslory world hlsfory HENRY WEISS EngIish,iournaIrsm blueprrnl JAMES WILHELM geomefry, counseling WEBSTER WILSON English, counseling FACULTY NOT PICTURED direclor of adull educalron general science DOROTHY SMITH Receplionisl 'PHYLLIS PETERSEN Supennfendenl's Secrefary ELEANOR ACCOMAZZO Bookkeeper - EI:AlNE TURNER PnncnpaI's Secrelary l BET'I'Y LOPEY Guidance Secrefary N01 Piclured: CAROLINE HERRALA Adminislrallve Clerk COOKS Lell Io riqhlz Mrs. E. Egqarls, Mrs. G. Carlson, Mrs. L. Serpa, Mrs. D. Bishop. GARDENERS, CUSTODIANS, MAINTENANCE Lefl lo righl: V. Chiavini, F, Lessard, S. Galli, G. Ganio, M. Velasquez, J. Brickhouse. E. Price, E. Linoffe, N. Weslburg. BUS DRIVERS Firsl row, leH lo riqhl: P. Pelerson, R. Carlisle, M, Morgan, R. Hussey, R. Kelsey, P. Brandi, Second row: R. Diemerf, D. Slerling, A. Gridley, G. Pelrich, Mrs. J. Murphy, Supervisor Transporlalion R. Wilbur, M. Callahan, F. Ouarlerman. Noi piclured: A. Hoskins, D. Pendley, Mrs. E. Suel, K. Dawe, G. Schaefer, A. Barsfad. ,. T2 ., as .... X I j C I I W K Q lf..-' ,, , .,,, I A 5 ,QM W Why ff Wm V 1 f . ff Mx 5 0 mf' It Q' M, f V, LMWKM, WI, r " , A iii . , 'Vw " s ' , , those who leave GEORGE HOUGHTON LELAND ARTH RUTH WEBB Ha RACHAEL BURCHARD NOT PICTURED: WILBUR TWINING wWQz,4Mhf W SNA Q, ww-www vwwq f ' - ielggeqfgsmy Svmboli5c 'fnosa who ave order Jfnose Jrnaf nave wovkcnt four ycovs for noone knows wnoi vet - Jrnosl Hoot Ieovf - seniors smmicows This is an ouisianding class. The resi of ihe siudenis lcnow ii lihey won'+ admii iii, ihe iaculiy lcnows il lihey admil if someiimesl and 'rhe seniors lcnow ii lihey admii' if all lhe iimel. Sparlced by some sorl of drive and enihusiasrn ihai has been wiih ihem since Sepiember oi l949, ihis year's graduaiing Dons pro- gressed happily Through a barrage oi iesis, gown fillings, senior piciures and oiher iiems lhai iranspire during ihe fourih year. The big quesiion: Are we ready for college? f G 0 ,win Leff to righf: Howard Nemir, represeniafive Judy Hall, secrefary Nancy Edminisfer, freasurer Sharon Eggerfs, social secrefary Ed Neighbor, president Not Picfured: Joe Conley, vice president from a senior to a Iowerclassman The Ihurle lady in room nine and her college Cafalogs, The smile she'll give, fhe Things she cloesn'+ have +0 do buf does anyway. Jrhe yawn fhaf falls on an open book and The sfudy nofes af I I 230 lime loclcer willw 'rlme imporlanl sounding low number Thar could only be a senior loclcer, llwe records +l1a+ are lliere lo brealc if you can, 'i'l'ie varsily uniforms and llwe block A, senior lialland Hrsannex, i I' 'rlwe personal lielp and guidance i, ' ii Thar only a friend can give. . .These are 'rlwe 'rhings llial I leave for you.. .Take good care olrliern. ABBIE, BEVERLY JEAN-'lBev"' History and Music major' CSF 2 3' Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 21, 3, 4,' JrL faiesmfffl 1, 22 Snail. HOU. SOC. 1, 2, Qoinq to nursing school. ABREU, WILLIAM NICHOLAS-'lBug"' Art and Mus'c ma' ' M' d Ch 4, Boys' Chorus 1, Track 3, plans to join the Nai:y. lor' 'Xe omg ADAMS, THEA MARGO-Transfer from Albany High 3' Science Lan ua e and iviaui major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, B d 1- s' . H '5 93 94: o.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, cal. bound, an ' pan on' Oc' ' ' AGUIRRE, JOAN MARIE-'lJoanie", transferred from St. Brigid's High, History major, likes French cooking, plans to go to college. AWIAN, SALLY-ANN-'lAmy", Music, Language, and History major, Band 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Y-Teen 3, 4, going to college. ALBRO, DIANNE LUELLA-Commercial major, Library 3, likes to go to shows, plans to net married after school. ALLEN, JOAN-Majored in Language and History, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue- print 2, 3, News Ed. 4, French Club 4, going to Cal, ALVERAS, LYNNE-Transfer from Anna Head, Commercial major, Mixed Cnlgorusd4, Girls' Chorus 1, hobby is collecting records, plans to get rrie . AMES, SID ALLEN-Transferred from Tamalpais High 2, Math major, hobby is boat racing, industrial arts at San Jose State. ANDERSON, PHYLLIS MARIE-llPhil", Commercial major, Girls' Chorus 2, likes parties, plans to attend Merritt Business College. ARGO,.BETTY JEAN-Language and Music major, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Drama 4, likes to dance, nursing school and college. ATKINSON, MARILYN JEAN-Language and Science major, Acalhonors 3, Jr. Statesmen 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Ski Club 4, going to nurses' training school. BAITX, PAUL-Majored in Mech. Drawing, Band 2, Football 4, hobby is cars, plans to join the Navy. BAKER, CAROLYN CLUNETTE-Language major, Student Council 1, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, dislikes silly boys, plans to go to Stanford. BALL, WILLIAM GERALD-"Jerry", majored in History, likes bowling and swimming, Jr. College and Air Force. BARBER, HOWARD BRADBURY-Spanish, History, and Math major, C.S.F. 1, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, may go to Stanford. BARDEN, STEVE OTIS-French, History and Art major, hobby is automo- biles, plans to go to Cal. BARRETT, IRENE G.-'lRenee", Commercial major, G.A.A. 3, 4, Girls' League Rep. 4, Blueprint 4, Ski Club 4, plans to go to business college, BAVA, JAMES THOMAS-"Jim", transfer from Oakland High, majored in Math, Ski Club 4, hobby is hunting, going to college. BECK, DALE ALVIN-Shop major, likes swimming, wants to be a mechanic. BECKETT, THEODORE TEMPLE-"Ted", transfer from Bellarmine 3, Engi- neering major, Class Treas. 3, Block A 3, 4, Football 4, Baseball 4, Swimming 2, 3, Ski Club 4, college bound. BEDARD, WILLIAM DELLASwllBill", Science and Math major, Student Council 1, 2, 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 4, Acalhonors 2, Aklan 2, 3, Mgr. 4, Audio-Visual 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, Mgr. 3, 4, Rally Committee 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, going to Cal. BICKERDIKE, JOHN THORNTON-l'Jack", Shop major, likes fishing, plans to join the Seabees. BIEDERMAN, DIANE KARLETTE-Majored in Art, likes music, plans to go to C.C.J.C. BONGAARTS, DOREEN A.-Came from Mission High, SF., History major, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, plans to attend San Francisco State. BOTTOMLEY, ALLEN FREDERICK-"AI", Language major, French Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4, likes shows, Cal bound. BOYD, BETSY-Social Science major, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, hobby is sewing, plans to attend a school of dress designing. BOYD, MARY LOUISE-"Lu", transferred from Oakland High, History and Art major, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, wants to go to C.C.J,C. BRIDGES, DAVID M.-History, Math, and Science major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Basketball 1, Swimminq 1, 2, 31 plans to become fabulously rich. BROODING, LARRY D,-Transfer from Oakland High, Math major, Basketball 3, 4, hobby is golfing, plans to go to San Jose State, BROWN, MELISSA ELAINE-"Buttons", majored in Art, Science, and His- tory, Acalhonors 4, Drama 4, Y-Teen 4, Jr. Statesmen 3, Vice Pres, 4, Ski Club 4, nursing at college, BROWN, MILT M,-Math major, Acalhonors 2, 3, BIUSPVIHI 1, 2, V3, 4, V-Teen 4, Football 2, Ski Club 3, 4, hobby is photography, Qoing to college, re X , it . A , ,,, j fr 1- ., l ft -1 j ai 2 . f V N 'N X ,L wi . ' 44"'w L., - 'if' A 'YV . r , f- -f 1 i - -Qi , xp. ..', i .,.' eri' , i f s , , kiixli' lvl' 3 s c as f Qm M t 'X s . gl x s f if Eg? a 31 Z . ., .... , ,Q , ,. V N . s ' ..,,- . LAX, 1 . -+ 1 X ,T ss , s wi it .- I S. j,.,g,:- ,. ij A su, K X is 1 , ,1::?,'5:f-" 5 tx is-x Sflj Q ,gxf 211:44 f N Sei l . ,,i.. B , L V I wg l i li X x s x N 4 x SN S X Q Xxx ox si I .5 N, i 3 A sst : N , . 4 ' SQ- . Q ff - aw, NRO - gf-LN, so . t X Q st, .,:. :.' 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X ' .7 A X. , W X if fx BRUCE, DOROTHY M.-Homemaking major, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, dislikes operas, plans to work after graduation. BUCKLE, BETTY JANE-Majored in History, Blueprint 1, likes swimming, plans to study dancing after graduation. BULLIS, ROY C.-Transfer from Hollywood High, Science, Language, and History major, likes skiing, plans to join the Marines. BUMGARNER, DIANA MAE-Majored in History, Mixed Chorus 4, Ski Club 3-4, hobby is swimming, wants to be a nurse. BURNS, R. J.-l'Jim", Spanish and Science major, Student Council 4, Acal- honors 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Block A 4, Chips 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, headed for Cal. CARIDEO, BARBARA DIANE-"Barbie", came from Boston 2, Language and History major, Student Council 2, 3, Acalhonors 1, 3, 4, Blueprint Copy Ed. 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Orchestra 1, G.A.A. Mgr. 3, Y-Teen 4, Jr. States- men 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4, going to Cal. CARLILE, CAROLE DIANE-Transferred from Diablo High, Music major, Mixed Chorus 4, Drama 4, plans to go to junior college. CAROVANO, JOHN MARTIN-'lMart", transfer from Jefferson High 3, Math and Science major, Class Vice Pres. 2, C.S.F. 2, 3, Acalhonors 3, Los Amigos Vice Pres. 4, Chips 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, going to college. CARY, JANET MAY-History and Business major, hobby is skiing, plans to work at Yosemite. CASHION, JOHN-Transfer from St. Elizabeth's, Band 2, 3, hobby is flying, wants to work after school. CHAMPION, JIM FREDRICK-History major, Student Council 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, going to junior college. CHIAVINI, LUSILIA M.-"Lucille", Commercial major, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is sewing, plans to work then go to Europe. CHRISTIANSEN, JANET DIANE-"Di", majored in History, Y-Teen 2, 4, likes parties, plans to go to college. CLARK, JOHN O.-"Jac", majored in Shop, likes to work on cars and play football. COAKLEY, THOMAS PATRICK-Transfer from St. Ignatius 3, Math and His- ton' major, likes science fiction, plans to attend C.C.J.C. COCKERTON, INA MAE-lllna Mo", Language and History major, Acal- honors 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Drama 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 4, Jr. Statesmen 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 4, college bound. COCKS, BARBARA RUTH-"Bobbie", transfer from George Washington High, History major, Audio-Visual 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teen 4, likes music. COGGAN, SARAH ANNE-"Sally", Science and Commercial major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Drama 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, Jr. Red Cross 4, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 3, 4, Ski Club 4, going to college. CONFER, PETE WILLIAM-"Pete", transferred from Menlo, dislikes Fords, likes good times. CONLEY, JOSEPH FREDERICK, JR.-"Jose", Math, Science, and Language major, Class Vice Pres. 3, 4, Student Council 2, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Chips 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 4, going to college. COOK, PETE EASTEN-"Kanaka", Music major, Band 4, Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 3, Track 1, 2, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, plans to go to the University of Hawaii. COOP, JANE LOUISE-Spanish major, Office 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Ski Club 3, 4, likes horseback riding, going to C.0.P. CORNARA, THERESA MARIE-"Terry", transfer from Castlemont High, Com- mercial major, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, likes dancing. COSTA, JACKIE MARIE-"Jack the Bear", Business major, Band 1, Dance 3, 4, hobby is dancing, plans to attend junior college. CRALL, ROBERT BURTON-Majored in History, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, Football 2, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, going to college. CRANSTON, DAVE BAYLEY-"Snowball", History major, Student Council 1, Blueprint 3, Sports Editor 4, Block A 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, plans to go to college. CURRY, ROBERTA LORRAINE-"Berta", Commercial major, hobby is sports, going to business school. DANIEL, TIM D -History major, Block A 1, Chips, 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is working on cars, college bound. DAVIS, DON CHARLES-Math and Science major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Acal- honors 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, Football 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, likes to read, plans to go to Cal. DAVIS, MARILYN-Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, Span, Hon. Soc. 1, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Dance 3, 4, likes ilSentimental Me", going to Cal. DAVIS, MARLEEN GRACE-I'Muffiel', majored in art, hobby is horses, plans to go to Steven's College. DAVIS, NEWTON EDWARD, JR.-l'Ned", History major, Student Body Pres. 4, Citizenship Committee 3, 4, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue- print 1, 2, 3, 4, Rally Committee 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, Chips 3, Football 3, Ski Club 3, may go to Cal. DAVIES, RICHARD' ADDlSONji'Dick", History and Math major, Block A ,Af Chips 2, Football 2 B k tb ll 2 ' - to junior College' i HS E a , 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, going DEAN, VVIARY CAROLINE-Transfer from Lincoln High 4, Science major' student Council 4, iiiiikeri ci f 4- v-T 4- 4 - A ' to nm-Sing School. ioius , een , hobby is music, plans to go D5 BCRUYN KQPS, CHARLES owner-tcnasw, science and iviaiii major, 'S-P 2, J, 4, hobby is guns, plans to go to college DE LIANEUX, BROOKS ROYCE-Math and Language major, Library 3, Block 11 2, 3, 45 5WIlT1fTllIi9 1, 2, 3, 4, likes classical music, going to college. DERRYMJUNE ILENE-Transfer from Campbell High, Spanish and History major, Class Sec. 1, 3, Dance Band singer 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Span. Holi. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Y-Teen 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Cal. to study dental assisting. DEZZANI, JOAN CELTA-Commercial major, Acalhonors 3, 4, Library 3, likes orchids, may go to C.C.J.C. DOBYNE, CAROL LEIGHi'lCaroleigh", Transfer from Berkeley High, Business mHl0r, Brunch 1, G.A.A. 3, likes Al Martino records, plans to go to San Francisco State. DRUHE, EDWARD ,VV-, JR.-U0wl", Math, Language and Mech. Drawing m21l0tZ Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, likes to work on cars, plans to go to college then join the Navy. DUNCAN, GEORGELLEN-HGeorge", Spanish major, C.S.F. 2, 3, 4, Acal- honors 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, hobby is horses, going to business college. DUNHAM, GEOFFERY. HUGH-liGoofus", Chips 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, likes skiing, plans to study forestry at Lassen Junior College. EDMINSTER, NANCY JEAN-Transferred from Mt. Diablo, Commercial major, Ski Club 4, hobby is sports, going to junior college. EGGERTS, Sharon Ann-Music major, Class Soc. Sec. 3, 4, Rally Committee 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, Ski Club 4, likes singing, going to C.O.P. EMERSON, CAROL YVONNE-"Kay", Business major, Girls' Chorus 1, G.A.A. 1, Rep. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4, hobby is sports, plans to go to junior college. EVANS, STEPHEN CRAIG-Transfer from Clovis High 4, Band 4, Orchestra 4, Swimming 4, likes to travel, plans to join the Navy. FINN, BILL WAYNE-Language, Math. and Science major, Track 3, 4, Ski Club 4, likes hunting and fishing, going to college. FLANER, BOB BURNS-Transfer from Castlemont, Shop major, Football 2, dislikes lower lockers, plans to work. FOSTER, DIANNE-liFrostie", Math, Science, and Dance major, Student Council 3, Acalhonors 1, 2, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, 3, Sec. 1, Supervisor 4, Dance 4, going to the University of Washington. FOSTER, JOE-French and Spanish major, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, likes traveling, plans to go to Stanford. FOWLER, RONALD DEAN-Music and History major, Blueprint 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, Boys' Chorus 1, Orchestra 1, going to Menlo. FOWLER, SUZANNE DEE-'1Sue", Transfer from Bay High, Florida, 3, Span- ish and Business major, Aklan 4, Jr. Statesmen 4, likes classical music, plans to go to college. FRENCH, MARJORIE ANN-l'Margie", Language major, C.S.F. 2, 3, Acal- honors 1, 2, 3, Brunch 4, Jr. Statesmen 1, Student Store 4, Girls' Chorus 1, French Club 4, plans to be an airline hostess after C.C.J.C. FRIEDMAN, JOAN MARIEiTraisfer from Loring, Chicago, Journalism major, Blueprint 3, Copy Editor 4, Library 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, G.A.A. Rep. 3, may go to college. GAFFANEY, ALAN FRANCIS4'1Gaff", Transferred from John Swett, Majored in History, Football 1, 2, plans to go to college. GARRETT, DONALD DAVIS-HDon", Math and History major, Block A 3, 4, Chips 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is collecting records, going to college. GATES, BEVERLY MAE-HBev", Homemaking major, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, likes swimming, plans to get married after graduation. GATTI, ROSA SANDRA-l'Rosi", Business major, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, plans to work then go to Europe or business school. GEROW, RICHARD ELWYN-'lRich", Math and Science major, Swimming 2, 4, likes skiing, going to Washington State. GOFORTH, CAROLYN MAE-Transfer from Vallejo 2, Language and History major, Student Body Soc. Sec. 4, Student Council 3, 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rally Committee 4, G.A.A. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Dance 4, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, French Club 1, 3, 4, going to Stanford. GOMPERTZ, CHARLES BATES-"Chuck", Transfer from Cato, French anu Math major, Acalhonors 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, likes sailing, plans to go to college. GRASSE, CAROL ANNYl'Peanuts", Business major, Acalhonors 1, likes West- ern mtisic, plans to go to college. GRAVES, GARY GENEfScience and Shop major, Baseball 2, 3, 4, likes odd jobs, going to trade school. GRAVES STEPHEN GARWOOD-i'Steve", Transfer from Piedmont 2, Math aiidlScience major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Block A 4, Basket- ball 2, 4, Tennis 4, Track 2, plans to go to Stanford. i 7,1 .... . . s : .,.., .. 1 , sg ix . is asp., , X wr E 1 Q X 9 X i X X As 5 X sc , X ' Y Q ff 'QXX f, M , ff a . I. -'fisxis S ftr if .. s , -1. .1 mu ...,... t h ., "-' :-.:- - .. 1, A ' 'Q S is f 2 , Q A 5 X X X 7 X X W ss 1 3 , X N 'K CMR' . ,pw Q, . 1 , ,Ht 'fl fb: 5 S 1 r in N 5 is 'Br 2 it S V X5 9. f . Y, I X X Y , Qi A2 C 5, if Z fin , jc ,z , , f.-.4 in X54 --V . .M - - 22 f f 6' 0 , eg f 'S . 1' ff 4 ,. 2 .aa 2 l 5 x AV Qc x - X Ye E ss R . .E .x s - fi Q ' X s .fa A f " 55' f Q f 1 .A :C A wa, me dl 1 25 at 3 jr. Li? A 3 W1 . s ' e S se Q X at ,Q XX N N S E s Qs XXL X X. S' Q X "Mila .1 X kdm N .,, s S XS t o N xi 4 'E 3 :jig 3 2, '34 5 , f , , my 1 Y fn V I X , , l 9,15 -mf V. ,,., fm I w , 1 uf 1 7 X f W ,W X 1 f 4 X f 'ff f' ' W f - 5, is r S , X sew . r ss. f, sf- L4 . X j rff x A 3: . X X X X A at 1. B .sew avg: ,, rg I Vi? 1 I i fr? W. 'i .31 ' :QV f if X 1'22i57'A 1 S f-2' 1 I 1 'V 'IS ,ss f . iv 'FD I In , ,, Z f 2 f it ff , M757 Q , f' wr i .,,. -,syfefgr-A 5. ri ' ' A S' - ,W . .- R : 'N t S ,Li .f 2. ' X . ff' 'R AS. ' 1 1: X s t A 44" f,,2,'M rg M I ,v r , .I :.,Q'S'7T,,,:f .1 f W 1 4 y 'U' ' W , W' X 1 ff 2 ','3 4 ,285 f f f ya ' 1, 7 .V fa' Y.: az, GRAY, GERALDY--1'Jei'ry"', Math, Language, and History major, Student Coun- cil 3, C.S.F. 3, Aklan 1, 2, Editor 3, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Block A 2,I3, 4, French Club Pres. 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, going to co ege. GREEN, DOREEN MARIEiHomemaking major, likes music, plans to attend junior college. GRIEVE, DAVID DAY-"Dave", History major, Acalhonors 4, Aklan 3, Blue- print 2, Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, Drama 3, 4, hobby is reading, plans to study radio and T.V. writing and directing at U.C.L.A. GRIGG, GORDON BERNELL-llBunny", Music, Language, and History major, Audio-Visual 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, Track 1, going to college. GRUENHAGEN, SALLY ANNE-Majored in Spanish, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is sewing, plans to attend Mills College. GUTHRIE, Harriett Elaine-Transfer from Ardmore, Penn., Language and Science major, hobby is sports, wants to be a dietitlon. HACKER, GARY MICHAEL-Majored in Math, hobby is automobiles, plans to go to Cal. HALL, JUDITH GILMORE-I'Judy", Languages and Science major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, French Club Soc. Sec. 4, Girls' League Sec. 4, likes music, going to Cal. HALL, TOM EDWARD-Music major, Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 1, Football 1, 2, hobby is playing the accordion, Naval Reserve and junior college. HARKNESS, JANET-ikla-i", majored in Science, Ski Club 4, dislikes snobs, plans to go to Cal. HARPER, LAWRENCE VERNON-"Larry", Transfer from Westlake, Math, French, History, and Art major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Blueprint 2, 4, French Club 3, 4, Block A 4, Chips 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, N.R.O.T.C. after school. HARRINGTON, SANDRA LEE-"Sandyl', Transfer from Berkeley High, History and Business major, Girls! Chorus 2, dislikes big cars, plans to be a stenog- rapher or typist. HARRIS, IAN HUGH-1'Squirrel", Transfer from Piedmont 2, History major, Library 2, 3, Band 2, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, Football 3, Baseball 3, Ski Club 2, hobby is skiing, going to junicr college then to Cal. HARRIS, RICHARD H.-"Dick", majored in Math, Track 1, 2, plans to goto trade school. HARRISON, ROBERT DARLINGTON-"Bob", Math and Language major, Student Council 3, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Block A 3, 4, Chips 1, 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, plans to study medicine at college. HECHE, LESLEY LATHROP-l'Les", Science a-id Language major, Yell Leader 3, Student Council 3, 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Pres. 4, Dance 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, going to Stanford. HENCH, DAVE MARVIN-Majored in History, Blueprint 3, Football 3, likes to work on cars, plans to go to junior college, HENCH, THOMAS C.-'1Tom", Mech Drawing major, likes "You Belong to Me", plans to go to college. HENDERSON, GERALD LEE-'lJerry", Science major, Block A 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, likes to work, going to San Jose State. HIGGINS, TOM WATERMAN-Transfer from Menlo 3, History major, Blue- print 4, Block A 4, Track 3, 4, likes sports, plans to go to college. HOFFMAN, SHIRLEY JEAN-1'Susie", Commercial major, Jr. Statesmen 3, 4, going to business college. HUMBLE, SANDRA JANE-'1Sandy", Language major, Student Council 1, CSF. 3, 4, Span. Hon, Soc. 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Dance 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, plans to go to Stanford. HUPP, JAMES DAVID-"Hubcap", majored in Math, Acalhonors 2, Football 4, Baseball 2, 4, hobby is fishing, plans to attend business college. INDELICATO, SAMUEL JOSEPH-"Sammy", Mech. Drawing, Math, Science, and History major, Block A4, Chips 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, plans to goto college. ISAACS, DALE EDWIN-Science and Histcry major, Block A 4, Chips 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, likes to hunt, going to junior college. JACOBSEN, LEE ROGER-Transferred from Tulare High 2, Math and History major, Band 1, 2, hobby is photography, plans to go to college. JACOX, WAYNE ALLAN-Transfer from Diablo High, Music major, Band 1, 2, Dance Band 1, Mixed Chorus 3, Orchestra 1, Block A 4, Chips 3, Track 3, 4. JACUZZI, IRENE BENITA-1'Renee', Transfer from Garfield Jr. High, History major, Student Council 2, Acalhonors 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Office 3, Drama 4, Ski Club 2, 4, likes parties. JANSSE, ELIZABETH ANN-l'Liz", Transfer from Holy Names, Math major, G,A.A. 3, Sen. Rep. 4, hobby is sports, plans to go to college. JARVIS, HELEN LUCILLE-History and Business major, C.S.F. 2, Acalhonors 1, Library 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, likes "You Belong to Me", going to Whitworth College. JENSEN, LYLE E,-'lYogi", Transferred from San Francisco, Math major, Football 3, 4, hobby is cars, plans to go to college. JOHANSON, KAREN-Math and Science major, Student Body Treas. 4, Student Council 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Blueprint 3, Library 2, 3, Y-Teen 2, GAA, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, going to Cal. J0HNg0N,4JUDITH GAY-I'Judy", Language and Science major, Student Body 99- , C1855 Sec.-Treas. 1, Student Council 1, 3, 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3 4' kai? Committee 3, 4, sec.-mas. 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,4, Pres. 3, ofiie6 , rench Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, plans to attend Cal. JOHNSON KENDRIC ARTHUR-"Beanie"' Science and S ' ' ' . , , panish major, Stu- tllxEnthBody Vice Pres. 4, Class Vice Pres. 2, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, CE? 0'I0"5.2, Rally Committee 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Block A 4, 'PS 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, going into forestry. JOHNSON, PHYLLIS RUTH-l'Phee", Music and History major, Acalhonors 2, tllgniggeChorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, plans to go to JOHNSON, RAE MARILYN-Language major, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. Hon, Soc. 3, 4, likes to sevv, Dental Nursing at Laney Trade School. JOHNSON, WILLIAM ARTHUR-"Willy", Shop major, Block A 4, Chips, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, hobby is cars. JONES, KACHITA-f'Kay", Transfer' from Albany, Business major, Acalhonors 1, dislikes getting up early, going to business college. KELLY, ROBERT MICHAEL-"Bob", majored in Math and History, Jr. Red Cross 3, Football 4, hobby is sports, college bound. KENNEDY, JANET LYNN-Spanish and History major, Acalhonors 1, Aklan Copy Ed. 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Drama 3, Span. Hon. Soc. Social Sec. 4, dislikes Johnny Ray, plans to study Business Admin. at C.O.P. KINGHAM, BRUCE AL-Shop major, likes peace and quiet, plans to join the Navy. KIRTLEY, CLAUDIA JEAN-"Claude", Homemaking major, Girls' Chorus 2, likes horseback riding, plans to work. KNOBEL, RICHARD F.-"Dick", Music and Language major, C.S.F. 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus accompanist 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus gcifampanist 2, French Club 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, going to Pomona o ege. LAING, PHIL OWEN-Language and Music major, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 4, Dance Band 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Student Director 4, Music Club 3, Pres 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Music major at college. LANDES, DOLORES IRENE-'IDee", Commercial major, Office 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, likes "Dream", going to business school. LARSON, DAVE-"Whitie", Shop and History major, Audio-Visual 3, 4, Block A 4, Football 2, 3, 4, plans to study forestry. LARSON, KEITH NORMAN-Transferred from Berkeley, Science and Math major, C.S.F. 3, 4, hobby is photography, going to Cal. LASSAGNE, ART-Music, Language and Math major, Band 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, plans to go to college. LATHAM, JANICE LENEA-"Jan", majored in Spanish, Acalhonors 2, Blue- print 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, Ski Club 3, 4, likes to play the piano, going to Mills College. LAURENSON, ELIZABETH M.-l'Betsy", Transfer from Westlake Jr. High, Science and Spanish major, Acalhonors 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, nursing at Cal. LAVINDER, JUDITH ANN-'iJudy", Spanish and History major, Girls' Chorus 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, likes horseback riding, going to Oregon State College. LEE, DICK M.-Math major, Acalhonors 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Span. Hon. Soc, 2, Block A 4, Chips 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Svvimming 3, 4, plans to go to Davis. LINSLEY, JOAN-Language and Math major, C.S.F. 3, Acalhonors 1, 2, Library 1, 2, 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, plans to go to college at Davis. LIPPERT, ROBERT LAWRENCE-'lBob", Language and History major, Mixed Chorus 4, Boys' Chorus 1, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen 3, 4, going to college. LOGUE, SANDRA-lISandy", Language, History and Science major, Student Council 4, Acalhonors 1, 3, 4, French Club 3, Vice Pres. 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, plans to go to college. LOHSE, ALLEN-"Al", Math and Science major, Audio-Visual 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, likes hunting, going to C.C.C.J.C. LUCAS, MARY ANNE-Business major, Student Council 1, Girls' Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, likes "Funny", bound for San Francisco State College. LUTTRELL, PATRICIA DELL-'lPat", History - A honors 3, Y-Teen 1, dislikes gossips, going to Merritt Business College. and Music major, Student and Business major, Acal- LYSER, ELIZABETH GAIL-"Betsy", History Council 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Vi sual 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Los Amigos 4, G,A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Pres, 3, 4, French Club 4, Dance 1, 2, 3, Rep. 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, going MAAS, JOHN ROBERTsSpanish and History major, Student Council 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, likes to eat, plans to attend college. to college. MAIER, MARLENE M.-"Marty", Language and Science major, Acalhonors 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Mgr, 3, 4, Y-Teen 3, Medical Assisting at Lux. MASON, RICHIE-Chips 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, likes hunting, going to Jr. College. MAUZY, CLAUDIA DIANE-"Claud", Spanish and History major, Acalhonors I, 2, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Girls' State 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Statesrnen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 37 Ski Club 3, 4, DIEIVIS to 9010 C-O-P MAY, RICHARD HUGH-'IDick", French, Math, and Science major, C.S.F. 1, 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Blueprint 2, Los Amigos 4, French Club 3, 4, going to college. if :il C9391 K gf 1 J r' 4 "If-25k V L, A jmf' , Z qge W I ,,... 1:-2 f ox X ' , ,, Qi' r QW .V .,e' w 107 Q' fbi, X WV J f af 41 ff J , I -,. , .v 1, Z M ,W 4 , ms , 5 V 'fir Y ., "rf, 'fm' I ,,-. r 7 ' if , .,., 7 ' , s. ,aff A A M .. , .. , ,, I 7 M 5 , e w, , , MW 3 f K f 9 . s Z W X f 4' f 1 "-WX . A 'Y , I . M ,Q f 2 Z J f 4' K 4, ,W ,gm H?" N jr 5 wfWgi 7 S? 'X L, fa 1 A Z 2 , , ,iff 'fs f 'Zh ', . 4 2 ,,.e.,f , kivafl f iss .Q . V. , ""' "" E S . K . . W- o vu Mg' ig' -sl' Q' "'I 3 - t 1 1 X . .' . ..,, i . ..... . ' so .... 1 .- - QC . ,,. Q- 5 .. 1, Nw, Qi .J ' if :ZP .... e l ,""' s .s I . - .3 s S ' . . I Q " N' 5: x 1 as sf- s IW :ggi W Q-. . ex I i s xl JEL' . Q H, A ' I S . . , 'f'A . 'QS g?i:'iiaf" i m-- an- ll at QI lu., , - I. 'tk 6 A 2' , ff mm., 't . Gs A . ca., , f ,,,m,. ,,,f '5 , W WW f " f i we In l az- , f X -3 aff , fe .I i- X, l 1 . ., L , S. V I f 1 sz in '-. 4 'rm ,, ' x 4 ,, 'll , f 1 f ,yy . I , Q ,, ,,f,,,,,,,, ,Q ,' ,fan ,fi , 4, . yw ,f I, J 'MW f 5 W, 14 Q in ,ff j , rf oi, M , Asw- wha H.. Xt' I. B -if ' n J 'Y , f I E. ' 0. , QQ' . W , P! I . 4.742 . I Y 'Ib X X V ' I V ,awp A, , Q5 l j "1"1 ' ' V fs-g,.,.. J I M t Ma f McDONALD, BOB B.-Transferred from Oakland High, Science major, Foot- ball 2, 3, Track 1, headed for college. McGRATH, JILL-Art and Science major, likes to window shop, going to St. Mary's School of Nursing. McLEARY PERRY EUGENE-IlMac", Transfer from San Francisco, Shop major, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, hobby is working on cars, plans to join the Air Force. McNIFF, CHARLES OLIVER JR.-"Chuck", Shop major, hobby is fishing, plans to join the Navy. MEYER, CAROLEE KEE-"Kee", Transfer from Albany High, Science major, likes people, plans to study medicine at college. NIICKLE, KATHRYN JOCELYN-"Kay", History, Math and Science major, Student Council 2, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Committee Sec. 3, 4, Blueprint 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4, going to Stanford. MILES, PATRICIA LOUISE-'lPat", Music, Spanish and Journalism major, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Blueprint 2, 3, Co-Ed. 4, Band, 1, 2, Librarian 3, 4, Music Council Sec. 4, Operetta 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Cal bcund. MILLER, DAVID VERNON-"Dave", Mech. Drawing major, Block A 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, likes to read Western books, plans to join the Navy. MILLER, SARA MARGARET-lIMargie", transferred from Diablo, Music and Spanish major, Mixed Chorus 3, dislikes lipstick, going to Pasadena Nazarene College. MONROE, CATHARINE LOWELL-History, Math and Science major, Class Treas. 3, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rally Committee 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Dance 3, 4, Girls' League Rep, 3, plans to go to Stanford. MONSEN, CARL ANDREW-I'Monse", Science and Mech. Drawing major, Rally Committee 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, Block A 2, 3, 4, Chips 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, going to college. MOREHOUSE, MARILYN JEANNE-Transfer from Dominican 4, Math, History and French major, Class Vice Pres. 2, plans to study dietetics or art work. MORRISH, THOMAS McNAUGHTON-'lMouse", Math and Language major, Class Pres. 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 3, 4, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Rally Committee 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Boys' Federation Pres. 4, Block A 3, 4, Chips 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, going to Cal. NEIGHBOR, JAMES EDWARD III-"Ed", Math and Science major, Class Pres. 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Com- mittee 2, Blueprint 2, 3, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 4, Block A 4, Chips 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, wants to go to Annapolis. NEILSON, NANCY JO-I'Nance", Spanish and Math major, Acalhonors 3, Los Amigos 4, Y-Teen 1, likes music, plans to go to Cal. NELLE, CARLAfArt major, Acalhonors 2, 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, likes horseback riding, going to Cal. NEMIR, HOWARD F.-Spanish, Science and History major, Citizenship Com- mittee 4, C.S.F. 1, 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, Treas, 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Pres, 4, Going to Dartmouth College. NIE, JOHN EDWARDvCame from England, French and History major, likes to travel, may go to Cal. O'CONNELL, CONSTANCE JOANf'IConnie", Transfer from Rio de Janeiro 3, Math and Language major, Class Treas. 1, 2, C.S.F. 3, G.A.A. 3, likes sports, plans to be a Physical Education teacher. OLCOTT, JOHN D.-"Buggiewhip", Math Major, Acalhonors 1, 2, Block A 4, Chips 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, likes to hunt, wants to be a baseball player, OLIVEIRA, LOUIS A.-"Tony", Math and Business major, dislikes study hall. ONG, DICK E.-mstcry and Math major, Acalhonors 1, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, likes hunting and fishing, plans to go to Oregon State College. ORME, BARBARA EVELYN-"Bobbie", Language major, Acalhonors 4, Aklan Senior Ed, 4, Ski Club 4, likes "Blue Moon", plans to go to college. ORTLAND, RON JOSEPH-"Mouse", Math and History major, Block A 4, Chips 2, 3, Football 3, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, likes to work on cars, going to college. OTTO, RAY LOUIS-Math and Mech. Drawing major, Block A 1, 4, Chips 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Track 1, plans to join the Navy. OVERSTREET, LES TOMPSON-t'Big Les", Majored in History and Math, C.S.F. 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Boys' Chorus 1, Block A 4, Chips 3, Track 3, 4, hobby is astronomy, going to college. OWEN, ROGER-Transfer from Berkeley High, Mixed Chorus 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, plans to go to East L.A. City College. PALKO, CAROL ANN-Transferred from Holy Names 3, History and Science major, C.S.F. 3, Ski Club 3, 4, hobby is swimming, teaching at San Jose State. PAMPHILON, SANDRA ANNE-'lSandy", Transfer from Alhambra 4, Spanish major, Yell Leader 2, Band 3, Girls' Chorus 2, Drama 3, G.A.A. 3, Ski Club 4, hobby is reading, going to Cal. PARKS, EDDIE ANDREW-Transfer from Berkeley High, Basketball 3, Base- ball 2, 3, dislikes math, plans to work after school. PEARSON, DELORES-Came from East High, Tennessee, Science and Math major, Class Treas. 1, Sec. 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Drama 1, 2, Pres. 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Y-Teen 1, Vice Pres. 2, plans to go into nursing. PEDDER, STANLEY-"Stan", Spanish major, Student Council 3, 4, Acal- honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Blueprint 3, Editor 4, Block A 4, Chips 2, Basketball 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Law or Journalism, PETERSEN, CAROL LYNNE-Transfer from Aptos 2, Music major, Mixed 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, hobby is collecting records, plans to study PETERSON., MARILYN LOUISE-Came from Canada, Science and Language iiglatfzmemgixed Chorus 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, likes winter sports, going PETERSON, ROBERT ALDEN-llBob", Math and History major, hobby is automobiles, wants to study engineering at college, PETTE-NGILL, NAOMI KEEN-"Nemo", Spanish and History major, Library 3, B316 1, 2. 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, hobby is music, may go to C.O.P. or work. PICKTON. BETH SHAILER-llPixie", Transfer from Anna Maria, Fla. 2, Art andVHistory major, Los Amigos 4, C.S.F. 2, 3, 4, Aklan Copy Editor 3, Latin Club 1, G.A.A. 2, fashion designing at college. PIMENTEL, ELEANOR GEORGENA-"Weana", Clothing major, Brunch 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, likes convertibles, plans to go to C.C.J.C. PLESCIA, RONALD EARL-llRon", majored in Math, likes science fiction, plans to attend college. POWELL, GEORGIA ANN-Transferred from Holy Names, History major, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, wants to go to Stanford. PROBERT, HELEN THERESA-'lTerry", Spanish and History major, Acal- honors 1, 2, 3, Office 3, 4, Drama 1, 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen 3, 4, plans to go to C.O.P. then to professional school of dramatics. RANDALL, BEN-"Sponge", Math major, Yell Leader 3, Rally Committee 3, Pres. 4, Student Council 3, 4, Band 4, Chips 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, likes jazz, going to college. RAVAZZA, FRED J.-'iRavaz", Shop major, Block A 3, 4, Chips 2, Football 2, 3, 4, hobby is hunting, plans to work. RAY, LYNN BAYLESS-Transfer from Rogers High, Newport, Language major, School Paper 3, Yearbook 1, Yell Leader 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Drama 4, hobby is traveling, going to George Washington University. RAY, RAYMOND RUSSELL-Shop major, Block A Mgr. 2, Basketball Mgr. 2, Swimming Mgr. 1, likes to read, plans to join the Navy and go to trade school. RECHTIENE, CAROL ANN-Transfer from Holy Names, Spanish and History major, Girls' Chorus 1, Drama 1. 2, Jr. Statesman 3, Pres. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, hobby is acting, going to Cal. REESE, CHERRYL CHEEK-l'Dinny", Transfer from Berkeley High 1, History, Math and Language major, Acalhonors 3, Brunch 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Corr. Sec. 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, going to Cal. REICHHOLD, ALYCIA ELBA-History, Spanish and Music Major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen Soc. Sec. 3, Sec. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, May go to C.O.P. RIDENOUR, JOAN-l'Corky", Transfer from Fremont High, Art and History major, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Drama 2, hobby is col- lecting records, plans to go to College of Arts and Crafts. RISING, SUSANNAH HYDE-Transfer from Tech High, Spanish major, Girls' Chorus 3, likes music, going to college. ROBERTSON, JIM-Transferred from Alameda 2, Language major, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Aklan 2, 3, Editor 4, Rally Com- mittee 4, Ski Club 3, 4, plans to go to Cal. , ROE, JESS-"Jezebel", Math, Shop and History major, Drama 3, 4, hobby is guns, wants to be a gunsmith. ROE, MARGARET RAE-Transfer from Campbell High, San Jose 3, French and History major, Class Sec. 2, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Treas. 4, Band 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Sec. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, going to Oregon State College. ROGERS, ROBERT LAURENCE-llLarry", Shop major, Football 2, Swimming 1, 2, hobby is swimming, plans to join the Navy. RUFF, ALAN EDISON-'lScotty", Music and History major, Student Council 4, Aklan 3, Blueprint 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, Chips 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, going to college. SANDVIK, DAVID BERGE-"Burgie", transferred from Berkeley High, Math and Band major, Band 2, 3, 4, dislikes Monday mornings, plans to go to college. SANDY, PATRICIA MAE-"Pat", Business major, Office 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, hobby is card collecting, going to business college. SCHOFIELD, JOANDIANHl'Brandy", came from San Francisco, Commercial major, Library 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, dislikes purple shoes, plans to work. SCHROEDER, SANDRA LEE-l'Sandy", Transfer from Tech High, Science major, hobby is horseback riding, going to college. SELLMAN, ELENOR LYNN-llLynn", Art and Music major, Assistant Yell Leader 4, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rally Committee 4, Dance 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, plans to go to Cal. SHANNON, WILLIAM WARRENf-"Bill", Transfer from Oakland High, Math major, Golf 4, Tennis 2, likes to hunt, plans to go to college. SHEAFF, PETER JOSEPH-"Pedro", History major, Student Council 3, C.S.F. 3, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Aklan Sales Mgr. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Mgr, 4, Music Council Vice Pres. 4, Los Amigos 4, Span Hon. Soc. 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, going to Stanford. SHEETS, ARLENE F.-"R", Spanish major, Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, 3, 4, likes to dance, wants to go to C.0 P. SHELBY, ARLIEN JUNE!Art major, hobby is painting, i1lf1'1S 10 90 to art college. - ...... , " , . ivl. ze ... f '35 . ' . .... . - - - ' , ..... , I , , E , ,ff ff W 7 wit f V ? ' , We f , , fa f .. f 'X E .... s ik 'ra 'QW f V 'ad , V X X 0 f 7 b f Q fowl, X , , f , f V I z I 7 Y f -"' f M. , "' f 3 3 ' of ,V , 55 f ffiihsf. ,l - 1 ,V 1 715.191 A, ,'J 'I , ,nc ' A I 'Q -M? "5 M ' Z X 4 lwiffa f f I , ,f 2 , 0 f s X X X sw "" ',.' S 6 1' 1 f 1 EQ i Q "' 92, yr W' W N , f i 75 f fa e , ,, , , ' 6' ri: 4 --. " ' lj' 'Aii I ,' L My - -asm? .. - ,..1,,7-2,5 . , , We f f 4 ' 2 Z 4,2 3 f QV' fx I 1 ,f f Lfa f , ff W, 7 VZ 4, Q 'Wg swa rm . I f!! 'fl- , , 'R X 1 ' . , 1 l .R it X558-T se C-...pei .X ,. Q .N 'sa Z? 1 sf 8 in Q ix 'S X X X ss., . . X: G.. s .Q X N xi X l N U 'T Q1 ,sr rss. are . , I 'ai , A i ., ff ,T , 'x , . y Q my " iss' , Eg: X S . X We ew X he s .sf s - - 't ? 1 i h Q. x ex S .X X .... ' X 'V 1 4 I E Q f I i- T: '23 4 I WC was l 1. , . , .aff fr , sus -als 4 1 0 j ,, , , , f ,: I X g.. s S KX I , , X ,, , W' LIL -1 x . .Q t e -me.. - 'N l..S fs.. ,F ::: , . Iii, x I by A ,ffff s s ... x . " g' , Je A I I I, fm' E f i an 51 A 'S 5' 5 ,'. y . 5 f Q . 1 4 Q , '.IS I of af 4 if 'W , 2. K 'W V . . A. .,,,, f X .,f V . 1 'A 4 ' Q 4. no 4,V' ,X ' ' 0 "W X . X 5 vw f' 1 , ? f CWD 4 f X f ,, 2 Q ,i ,ff . W Z 4 Cf Sl-IESTEK, JACKLON LEE-"Mackie", Business and Clothing major, likes folk dancing, wants lo go to C.C.J.C. SHIRLING, ROBERTA ANN-I'Tweedie", Language and Science major, C.S.F., 1, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, going to Cal. SHOPTAUCH, LELAND DAVID-I'Lee", Transfer from Diablo 2, Language major, C.S.F. 35 Acalhonors 2, 3, 4, Aklan 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Track 4, plans to go to Cal. SHUSTA, BARBARA JO+l'Bobbie", Transfer lrcrn Presidio Jr. High, S.F., Art major: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, hobby is horses, going to College of Arts and Crafts. SILVA, ROSEANN CATHERINE-History and Commercial major, Acalhonors "' Bruci 4, Ski C!ub 2, likes IlNevertI1eless", plans to go to San Jose State. SILVERTHORN, LYNELLE VELMA-I'Lynn'l, Commercial major, likes 'II'm in the Mocd for Love", going to C.C.J.C. SIMMONS, LESLIE EUGENE-IlLes", Math and Science major, Acalhonors 1, 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, hobby is amateur radio work, plans to be an electronic engineer. SIMMONS, PHILIP JAMES--I'Phil", History major, Class Pres. 1, Stu- dent Council 1, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, hobby is hunting, plans to study business administration at college. SKINNER, JOHN DAVID-rl'Jack", transferred from Hayward High 2, Shop major, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, likes parties, plans to go to junior college. SMALL, JAMES CLIFTON, JR.--"Jimbo", Math major, Student Council 2, 4, Blueprint 4, Block A 3, Pres. 4, Chips 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, Baseball 2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, going to college. SMITH, BARBARA ANN-'Bobbie", History and Home Economics major, G,A.A. 3, 4, likes sports and sewing. SNOW, NANCY SUSAN-Transferred from Berkeley High, French major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, dislikes spumoni ice cream, going to medical school. SOMERS, MARIANNE-Class Soc. Sec. 1, Student Council 1, 2, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Blueprint 1, 2, Rally Committee 3, Sec,-Treas. 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, Office 1, 3, may go to Cal or Stanford. SORENSEN, MILTON TOD-"Red", Math and History major, Block A 4, Chips 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, plans to go to junior college. SPURLOCK, VIRGINIA ANN4IICinny", Transfer from Berkeley, History major, Y-Teen 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, plans to study nursing at University of Colorado. SQUIRES, PATRICIA-"Pan", Science, Math and Soc. Science major, C.S.F. 1, Acalhonors 3, likes to loaf, going to Cal. STEINKE. EMILY ANNE-"Stinky", Transfer from Washington Lee High, Virginia 4, Language major, Aklan 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 4, plans to go to Cal. STEVENS, JOHN DENNIS-"Diddo", History major, Library 4, likes to take trips, sales engineering at San Jose State. STEWART, ALLEN P.f"Al'f, Language, Math and History major, Student Council 2, 3, 4, C.S.F. 4, Acalhonors 2, 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 4, Block A 4, Football 2, 4, engineering at Cal, ST. HILL, LINDA DULINe "Sainty", Transfer from Anna Head 3, Dance 3, 4, G,A.A, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, dislikes freckles, plans to be a nurse. STROUSE, GLEN WILLIAM--Science major, Acalhonors 2, 3, Library 4, college bound. TAYLOR, JOANNE ADELE-Scie-ice and History major, C.S.F. 4, Acal- honors 3, Library 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, headed for Cal. TAYLOR, JOYCE N,-Business major, likes 'IHalf as Much", wants to be a stenographer. TENER, TOM EVANS-Transfer from Alameda: majored in Math, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, likes jazz, going to trade school. TIGARD, JIM LEE-History major, hobby is bowling, plans to join the Navy. TINAY, WILLIAM ROBERT-"Bill", Math major, Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, hobby is photography, going to C.C.J.C. TODD, JAMES STUART-History, Math and Language major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, hobby is writing, bound for college. TRINIDAD, ROBERT LEE-Transferred from Highland High, Albuquerque, likes guns, plans to go to Lassen Junior College, TURNER, C. HENRY-'IBuddy", History and Business major, Block A Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Baseball Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is skiing, bound for junior college. TUTTLE, NORMAN K.-IINorm", Transfer from Watsonville, Math, Spanish and History major, C.S.F. 4, Acalhonors 2, 3, 4, Aklan 2, 3, Span. Hon, Soc. 2, 4, Block A 4, Chips 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, plans to attend Cal. TUTTLE, SUE-Art major, Blueprint 3, 4, Drama 3, 4, likes art, plans to work in San Francisco. TWOMEY, RICHARD EDWIN4'IIVlonk", majored in Math, Block A, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is collecting records, going to C.C.C.J.C. URE, NANCY LEE-l'Nan", Science and Homemaking major, Acalhonors 3, hobbv is swimming, headed for C.0.P. VALi.DiRlN.0, PETER R.-'iPeiE", Music major, Library Club 1, 2, 3, PYES. 4, lVlIXEd Chorus. 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, Block A 2, 3, 4, Football VVIQY. 2, 3, 4, going to college. VAN CLEAVE, CAROLYN JANE-l'Carol", History major' Class Soc. Sec. 2' Student Council 2, Brunch 2, 3, Library 3, 4, likeslcowboys, going into business after school. VERY, JOYCE ELAINE-Homemaking major, likes dancing, plans to work after graduation. VITTALY, ADA MARIE-llPuts", Language, Science and History major, French Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Mgr. 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, Pres. 2, Inner Club Council 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Cal bound. WALDEN, HERMAN MARTIN-Shop major, Drama 3, Chips 3, Football 3, Track 1, 2, likes bowling, going into the Air Force. WALL, RQBERT BIRK-"Bob", Transfer from St. Mary's High, majored in Spanish and History, Audio-Visual 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, plans radio and television work after school. WALLIS, GERALDINE ANN-"Gerry", Transfer from Lincoln High 2, Science major, Mixed Chorus 4, likes to daydream, plans to work in S.F. WARD,-ANN LOUISE-llAnnie", majored in Art, Ski Club 2, 4, likes jazz, going to Armstrong Business College. WARREN, RICHARD KINGSLEY-"Dick", Math and Science major, Audio- Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is cars, headed for college, WEIDLEIN, DON WALTER-Majored in Math, Block A 2, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, Vice Pres. 2, 3, Pres. 4, likes hunting, going to Cal, WELCH, MARGARET MARY-llMargie", Math major, Library 1, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, likes sailing, plans to go to college. WHITCOMB, FELICIA JUDITH-"Fee", Girls' Chorus 2, likes parties, plans to attend C.C.J.C. WHITE, DOUGLAS ALEXANDER-"Doug", majored in Math, Science and History, Chips 1, Football 2, Baseball 1, Track 2, hobby is hunting, going to C.C.J.C. WHITE, MICHAEL KAVANAUGH-llMike", Math and Language major, Stu- dent Council 3, C.S.F. 1, 2, Acalhonors 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Block A 4, Chips 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, Cal bound. WIEST, SUSAN HELENAIN--i'Sus", Transfer from Diablo, Homemaking major, Library 4, likes swimming, plans to go to L.A. WILKIN, ANDRE KIM-Language major, Student Council 1, 3, Blueprint 1, Audio-Visual 1, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, Block A 3, 4, Chips 1, 2, Swima ming 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, plans to study law at Cal. WILLIAMS, GREGORY DALTON-l'Gregg", General major, Band 2, Block A 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, plans a career in professional baseball. WILLIAMS, JACK WILLIAM-History and Shop major, Baseball 1, Track 1, likes to hunt, going to C.C.J.C. WILSHUSEN, RICHARD PAUL-"Rich", majored in History, Football 4, Track 1, 2, hobby is gunsmithing. WINTERS, CHRISTINE BREWSTER-"Chris", Art and Language major, Student Council 4, C,S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, Mixed Chorus 4, Jr. Statesmen 1, Ski Club 3, 4, may goto Cal. WISE, KENNETH A,-"Ken", Industrial Art major, Block A 2, Football Mgr, 1, Track Mgr. 1, plans to work or goto junior college. WISE, STANLEY WALTER-Math and Mech, Drawing major, Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is photography. WRIGHT, VALERIE JEAN-Majored in Art, hobby is ceramics, plans to attend art school in San Francisco. WULZEN, DIANE CECILLEh'lDi", Art and History major, Acalhonors 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, Jr, Statesmen 2, 3, Soc. Sec. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, going to Cal. WYLIE, WILLIAM Jr-"Bill", Transfer from Pery High 3, majored in Math, Track 3, college and Air Force, i s Ji ' '32 A R U 1 2 Z s' , , f f X Z! f 1 f 3 Xi ss f I swf :iwf1ke-. '- , " 'Qs . 'iff 'S' f as 5 L , Wh X ding, 0 E f :,., . Z , lv' ,I Q. -W. v Q',...l7, 4 ' 4 my . , N - ,fe iz ,.,,, ' A ,I l, 7 I - , 1. :ligase 1 ? Q + f ' eii ziifii . - . . . H ' , . ' Y iiffic-ww Ag . 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Davis, C. Rechliene, N. Edminisler, B. Qrme, J. Hall, M. Davis, C. Baker, C. lvlonroe, J. Johnson, lvl. Welch, P. lvliles. Direcled by Berl Trulsson TQWM ,, P f X 4, , V I W ---.WN M. f -X -.WNW , at A -A N- Q D wx .N .M W ,Q A ""'WkXx. X ,Q Mrffiiw J f 3 QJHJHUQWS ff? ff f , , , W , . i'fv CD L I1 i i -fy mfQ1.uX Opposiie, Juniors: R. Kisfinger, M. Johns, S. Small, D. Rafhion, J, McAdams, J. Watkins, J. Spiegl Above, Sophomores: B. Sfark, R. Wood, D. Ong, B. Neighbor, D. Fey, M. Miilu, D. Wold. Below, Freshmen: A. Roberrson, B. Shipley, J. Seulberger, E. Rogers, M. 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S Aoalanes. .. Acalanes, .,,,,,. . Acalaneso .,.aV,, . Acalanes. .,a..SA , Acalaneso ,.,A... . Acalanes. ....... . Acalaries. ....... . J. V. SCORES Livermore Alhambra M Albany ,..... Las Lomas .. Jolwn Swell Aniioclw ..., Diablo .,...., Piilrsburg .,.. 50 J ,Wm ww f 474 Wm, f VARSITY FOOTBALL Firsf row, lefl fo right: G. Dunham, J. Champlin, F. Ravazza, M. Davis B. Harrison, T. Sorenson, P. Baihc. Second row: Coach Ealon, M. Murphy, R. Oflo, D. Larson, A. Monson, B. Miller, S. lndelicafo, B. Ferro. Third row: Coach Maffson, J. Oliver T. Daniels, B. Johnson, R. Owen, D. Davis, M. Whife, P. McCIeary. Fourth row: B. Turner, J. Conley, J. Small, J. Henderson, B. Carlson, G. Forfado, R. Williamson, G. Howerfon, J. Burns. Fiffh row: P. Vallarino, L. Schrepel, D. Lee, A. Sfewarf, T. Beckeff, L. Jensen, E. Hunt, J. Champion. ,. 4 Y' gg, 5- , W, .Z 52 --frlfi - ,.me!4" J. V. FOOTBALL Firsl row, Iefl fo righf: K. Fry R. Jones G. Whal, D. Ong, M. Barrett, R. Jarrell, R. Munn, D. Collins. Second row: J. Hari, H. McBride, K. Lescure, P. Miller, B. Walkins, J. Palmer, F. Volz. Third row: Coach Slevens, J. Walkins, D. Cory, D. Marcellini, H. Allorfer J. Pillo, P. Henderson, Coach Ridley. Fourfh row: B. Rupley, P. Laird, J. Larson, B. Owens, E. Deemer, J. Coakley, G. Gudnason. Fiflh row: C. Knoble, J. Conley, B. Dodge, B. Kinney, A. Fadelli, D. Busby, B. Thain, L. Wiffer. FROSH FOOTBALL Firsf row, lefl lo righlz Coach Twininq, G. Squires, J. Kilchen, M. Laurenson, B. Towers, N. Allen. Second row: D. Danska, R. Merrow, A, Suflon, L. Eickmeyer, B. Noryell, P. Cory, B. Anderson. ffm f 55 :Ez- 2 Y my W W 5 f . xsuff s su X aa' Q ,uf ga ff' tg .Q ' , f - X Q x XX S , Y f , x 'ww' xi xx E - A2 51 1' K Q xi ,fy gl ,S? f . 1 ' x x , X SX 1 Q, , . , , . ' "f - -ff -- 2, SX 'f 1 , X. i 'fic ,gf ' N 'QQ' X A f ,K ,, ' X N: , t- Lv , in 5 2 'f:-:.M:7,,:71i-- ju V X , sis X if ' mfzv- wx 4 Mimi- .R M, ff T ACALANES 34-ALHAMBRA I3 ln Their iniTial ouTing in league play, Acalanes crushed The weak single wing aTTaclc oT Alhambra in deTeaTing The Bulldogs by a score oT 34 To I3. The Dons rolled up an early lead in The TirsT halT and wenT on To win Their TirsT league game oT The season. Jim Burns' lciclcoTT runbaclc oT 80 yards and a Ferro pass To Roger Owen were Two oT The ouTsTanding plays oT The game. ACALANES 20-ALBANY 6 ln Their second league game, The Dons were successTul in deTeaTing The Albany Cougars. WiTh The help oT Two early Tumbles, Acalanes scored Two Touchdowns in The TirsT guarTer and led I3-6 aT halT Time. The Dons scored once more in The second halT, making The Tinal score 20-6. ACALANES 32-JOHN SWETT 32 A spiriTed Acalanes Team which was Tabbed as The underdog, came Trom behind To Tie The Indians in The lasT Tour minuTes oT The game. ATTer Trailing I9 To 6 aT halTTime, The Dons rallied To score once in The Third guarTer, and Three more Times in The lasT seconds oT The TourTh quarTer To Tie The Indians 32-32. Ray Williamson Tallied Tour TD's To lead The scoring. ACALANES 2 I -ANTIOCH I3 The Acalanes Dons scored early in The TirsT quarTer aTTer The PanThers had Tumbled on Their TirsT play Trom scrimmage. The Dons Tallied Two more TD's in The TirsT halT, one oT Them a Thrilling 60 yard run aTTer a Talce lciclc. The Dons led 2I To 6 aT halTTime and alThough They wenT scoreless in The second halT, held AnTioch To one more TD, To beaT The PanThers 2I To I3. ACALANES 0-DIABLO 39 In The TradiTional "big game", Acalanes me-T one oT The TinesT Teams ConTra CosTa has ever seen. Sparlced by Their sTar Tullback Bill Edelman, halTbaclc Jack Terraberry, and a hard charging line, The Ped Devils rolled up a 39 To O win. There wasn'T much To say aTTer This game excepT, "waiT unTil nexT year." ACALANES I4-PITTSBUR6 46 In Their lasT game oT The season, The Dons losT To a highly raTed PiTTsburg eleven which was undeTeaTed in league play. The PiraTes scored The TirsT Time They goT Their hands on The ball, and Three more Times in The TirsT halT To lead 27 To O aT halTTime. ATTer The PiraTes lciclced OTT To sTarT The Third quarTer, The Dons climaxed a 69 yard drive as Ray Williamson scored Trom 33 yards ouT Tor The TirsT Don score oT The game. PiTTsburg scored Three more Touchdowns beTore The Dons cou'd score again. Sam IndelicaTo again spiiT The uprighTs To make The Tinal score 46-I4. ff F f I 54 S Pedder, S. Mllchell, J. Cham D C I B R It "A" BASKETBALL Fronl row, Iefl fo righl: D. Davis, G. Gudnason, B. Ferro, M, Ferrarese, C. Knoble, N. TuHle, J. Coakley, E. Deemer. Cenler: K. Lylle, Coach Arlh, J. Oliver. Back row: E. Hunl, J, Conley, D. Garrell . fans on, . ear,B. pion, L, Schrepel, Gray, M. While. "B" BASKETBALL row, e o ri :Coach Eafon, T. Freeman, ' ' G P fl P H I Ft im gm RK+ . 6 EYE. ozzobon, . is Inger, . an I 1, g Back row: J. Kilchen, T. Hannan, F. Lincoln, Joh 0 J Sh aff R J H.Yonge, B. .ans n, . e , . ones, B. Dwrqhf, B. Link, A, Sulfon, S, Sparllnq. HA" SCORES Acalanes 30 ..... . .Casllemonl 47 ....... ...Lincoln ... .. 29 ....... .. .Alhambra 29 ..... . .. .Pieclmonl ... 50.. . . .....,, Pillsburg 43 .... ..... A Ibany ...... 38. .. ...Diablo 44. ,..,. . .John Swell.. 30. .. .. Anrioch .. . 36 .. .. ...Alhambra .. 53 .. .Pillsburg 42. .... ....... A Ibany ..... . 67 .... .. ....... Diablo ...... .. 64 .... . .... John Swell .. "B" SCORES Acalanes 38 .Lincoln ....... 33. . .Alhambra 44.. .... Piedmonl I7 . .Pillsburg 34. ..... ....... A Ibany ....... . 3 I. . ..... .Diablo ...... .. 40 .... Croclcell ...... 39... . ....... Las Lomas .. 48 . . .Anrioch 43 .. .Alhambra 37 ...... San Ramon .. 38ff..f 32.. . ...... Albany ..... 46 ...... ...,. D iablo ........ 33 ..... ...... C roclcell .... 35 ....... ....... L as Lomas .. .......Pi+'rsburg Opponenl .......45 .......3I .......5I .......52 .......55 .......57 .......56 .......36 .......44 .......63 .......58 .......75 .......52 Opponenf .......26 .......3I .......29 .......29 .......25 .......30 I 2 I 7 .......27 .......25 .......4l .......27 .......33 .......27 .......2l 55 ' , 1, . S 7 X 5, . M, XJ si, fx- , is. .XJ Jw f lg f' ' K -. Z -2 1 . ,- . 0 ... J 57 . ,,,,,,,,,,,, .. WW.. .l, ..l. - T w ....W....f, ..... fm, track ll lgl x ill S "A" TRACK Firsf row,leff1'o right: M. While, L. Shoplaugh, M. Caravano. Second row: Coach Ealon, C. Gomperfz, B. Wylie, J. Hari, R. Hull, G. Hanawalf, T. Higgins, R. Orlland, B. Abreu, L. Oversfreef. Third row: J. Oliver, D. Busby, J. Burns, G. Turner, W. Jacox, B. Watkins, T. Klemenl, J. Walkins, K. Fry, P. Shopfaugh. Fourih row: J. Champion, J. Sheaff, D. Ackerman, R. Williamson, N. Tulfle, R. Lee, P. Sheaff, L. Simmons, V. Johnson. Fiflh row: L. Wifler, S. Ball, R. Oslin, L. Schrepel, D. Twomey, G. Howerlon, G. Claussenius, G. Gudnason, J. Laird, R. Carlson. X-7: "B" TRACK Firsf row, lefl' fo righf: B. Slevens, B. Roberfs, M. Henderson, R, Shullz, F. Arbogasl, B. deViIlers, M. Laurenson, P. Dahlslrand, P. Lemos. Second row: H. Shirmer, M. Laurenson, M. Leffel, J. Palmer, J. Laird, B. Wadman, P. Haighf, G. Wahl, L. Peterson. Third row: B. Garreff, W. Adams, D. Cory, L. Geissler, E, Timonev, E. Galhings, A. Roberlson, G. Bell. Fourfh row: T. Hannan, D. Meyers, W. Freeman, B, Simon, F. Lincoln, J. Sweef, P. Reinheimer, B. Neighbor, H. Yonge, Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes.. Acalanes. , .. Acalanes "A" SCORES 80 36 62 5O San Ramon .... ..... Alhambra .... ..... Pillsburg .. Pillsburq .... ..... Las Lomas .... ..... Alameda .. EI Cerrilo .... ..... 4I Diablo ..... 39 B" SCORES 7452 San Ramon Alhambra . 70 Pillsburg 805 Pillsburg . Las Lomas. 57 Alameda 6l M EI Cerrilo. 77 Diablo ..... 34 23 57 75 O 63 72 74 .35Ws 30 43 355 I8 56 SIM 36 i Z ' , , , mf , f uw x f 2 J 'iff If Ai 3 sw AW .L. 1 144 ,'m.ZfZ"'r"1' rx 'Ni S ' Q..-Q.. The l953 'rraclc leam won only one dual mee'r fhis year. However, il piclced up during The counly and Norlh Coasf meels bealing many 'reams Thai' had defeaied 'rhem earlier. Ouisianding among 'rhe members of 'rhe 'reams were middle disiance men Orfland, Hull, Champion, and Jacoxg sprinrer Carlsong miler Sheafi, and hurdlers Burns and Carovano. Acalanes has conslranfly come up wifh good field men and 'rhis year was no exceplion. Paced by Mike Whi+e, who qualified for 'rhe s'ra+e meei in 'rhe high jump, were weighl men Williamson, l-lanawall and Hari, high-iumper Twomey. and pole-vauliers Oslin and Lee. X I ? x f 454, 1.5 'Vi , M R - fr www . 4' .., A. --. ,.- -,gli ,W I ,J W W' , W gg, ff 10 , ' L: ' mf- K ,M L M ,f I ,,,f I -" ', fr , WQWW' 4 'W ' :W 'Ji N ' ,K f '-Kwik f?g,".wa '- , , , 1-5 ww ' ' 2' WW X, -W H , baseball ..-...N yew!! ,M wv""' Z, VARSITY BASEBALL First row, leff Io riqhlz B. Gray, T. Sorenson, R. Munn, P. Miller, R. Jones, J. Champlin, B. Ferro, J. Olcoff, B. Sieberf. Second row: Coach Maflson, B. Edgar, J H d D I R J h . en erson, , saacs, . o nson, D. Davis, J. Coakley, A. Munson, B,Turner. J.V. BASEBALL Firsf row, Ieff fo riqhf: Coach Ridley, R, Fadqlli, D. Babcock, M. Barreff, A. Suffon, R. JarreH, L. Silveira, Second row: J. Conley, B. Kinney, B. Owen, W. Johnson, M. Murphy, M. Ferrarese, R. Ausfin. VARSITY SCORES Acalanes . ... O El Cerrilo... 5 Acalanes .... 3 Emeryville ..... .... 3 Acalanes I I Livermore ..... ... I Acalanes . 4 Cal. Frosh .. .. 8 Acalanes . . 4 Emeryville ..... ..... I Acalanes 4 Aniioch ...... ...,... I 5 Acalanes ... 9 Piilsburq ...... 4 Acalanes I Richmond ..... ..... 6 Acalanes 4 Diablo ........... ..... 5 Acalanes 9 John Swell ...... . . 8 Acalanes 5 Alhambra .. .. 4 Acalanes 5 Anlioch .. 7 Acgalanes 6 Alhambra ..... ..,.. 7 Acalanes 3 Pillsburg . 7 Acalanes 6 Albany 2 Acalanes I Diablo ............. ..... O Acalanes 6 John Swell ....... ..... 5 J.V. SCORES A-:alanes 5 EI Cerrilo. 8 Acalanes 2 Diablo ..... 3 Acalanes 3 Pilfsburg ..... 6 Acalanes II Emery . , .... . O Acalanes 5 Richmond 6 Acalanes 9 Amador ..... ..... 3 Acalanes IO San Ramon ..... .... 3 Acalane5 4 Brenlwood . .... .... 3 Acalanes 7 Diablo ., 6 Acalanes I Casilemonl ...... ,... 2 Acalanes I4 San Ramon .... .. ......, I3 Acalanes ... O Richmond 7 Acalanes I Diablo .. ..... 4 Acalanes .... 6 Liberly ...... ..... 3 I l 63 "'-5,,,.N.V i, X ,ww gm 2 'Xww..H,,,,, W v""NNA-,M fi 7 21:55:53:-sg " - -WMM., X f I, , ., fix , .M 5 2 H, ' 4 , f I X J- .,,. . i Vvqk J .-M, ,mai HBWWW 'M' A aa... 2 ,MQ , nw 1 741 i 64 X 'M .wmv f L. , ' 'N W 1 ,W ym 4 X fgffyzylyi ' ., ,ff f ,, 1, ff ww, 5 ',. 1 , MM W f ' ' ff,.,,,W, 44,1 14 ,V am, f M , 'Mum ., snr , W Shi 'Q Q 1. , e ,023 QL' 1 A wk, , xv X K x, jxvgtx . .S 2-X N 5 ? A 9 N5 Q X35 +1244 ENE 8 W F 'WN NMI. . "A" SWIMMING Firs? row, Ieff 'lo righlz Coach Arlh, G. Luck, A. Deleray, B. Randall, L. Harper, T. Veifch, C. Knobel, J. Spiegl, K. Wilkins, K. Lylle. Second row: J. Walkins. J. Larson, E. Hunf, J. Small, B. doLanaux, P. Condil, G. Peyref, J. Sullivan. ji . 'UK "B" SWIMMING Firsl row, Iefl' fo righf: D. Ong, D. Oakley, P. MacCauIey, D. Day, R. Muse, J. Li'HIe, D. Tolles, J. Tomlinson, M. Ballachey, M. Small, G. Luck. Second row: Coach Arfh, G. Gorman, B. Fihpalrick, G. Colman, J. Gray, P. Sl. Hill, P. Kops, T. Freeman, T. Veifch, K. Lyfle. "A" SCORES Acalanes ......,. .,...... 6 4 Lowell ....,. ..,,..,. I I Acalanes ...... . .,.,.... 40 Sequoia ,.,.......,..,,,,, 35 Acalanes ,,,,, , ....,.,. 37 Cal. Frosln ,...,.,...,.,, 47 Acalanes .... 4OV2 Fremonl ....... .,..,... 3 4V2 Acalanes . . ...... 42 Hayward .......,,,,.,,,, 33 Acalanes .... 40 Cal Froslm .........,...... 43 Geo.WashingIon I Acalanes, ,, ,,,,.. 52 Berlceley ,.,...,,.,.,... .23 Acalanes , .,.. 5I Albany , ,,,. ..,,.... 2 4 Acalanes 48 EI Cerrilo ,,...,,,.,...... 27 Acalanes N47 Vallejo .,,,..,.....,....... 28 Acalanes . ,,.. 54 IVII. Diablo .............. I9 Acalanes . .,., ..... 4 8 Tamalpais .............. I8 Acalanes 34 Palo Al'I'O ,............. 43 Acalanes placed lirsl in Ilwe counly meel. "B" SCORES Acalanes ,,5I Lowell .,,,, ........ I 5 Acalanes N50 Sequoia ....... ........ I 6 Acalanes .45 Eremonl .,,,.,,......... I2 Acalanes, , ,45 Hayward ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2I Acalanes . . ,,.. 52 Berkeley , ,. ..... I4 Acalanes .52 Albany ,,,,,,. ........ I 4 Acalanes, , , N42 EI Cerrilo ..,......... H24 Acalanes , ,,,, ,,,,, 3 4 Ivl'I'. Diablo ..,......... U32 Acalanes .... ..........,. 2 2'f2 lamalpais ......,, ,.... 3 4'f2 Acalanes placed lirsl in Ilie counly meel. 65 For Jrhe lour+h siraighl Hme ihe Acalanes golf Jream 'roolc The Con'rra Cosfa Counuy golf meel. ln +he counry Hue members finished in lhis order: Dave Cransion, Denny Traynor, Ray Orr. Bob Crall, Ben Coombs. The Don linlcsmen had a successful year winning six and losing none. Under Coach Twining some good prospecls for nexu' year have been developed. They include Bob Willcs and Larry Collins. ' . I fff ' hi: Mr. Twining, R. Orr, Hrs, mg. 'I?ray:oilgB, Coombs, H. Johnson. Second row: D. Cransion, T. Ginsbgrg, a.cf.1u, L. comm, D. wand. B- Wilh- bb ,W ,ff 5.5, .lif - ,, ,fr Z f . y 1.66 " yy' X f if f if ff X olf ZW N,.a.n X 'Sm xii fig 'A v1,,:sf,..: of . sQ1.+gsi-- . ,f,f, M ,, I4 f .ic W, lf, ,,f'7,,,!' 1. ' ' f f The Acalanes 'rennis leam compleled anolher successful season, having an overall record of I3 wins, Three losses, and one lie, and going undelealed in league play. ln lhe Counly Tennis Tournamenl, lhe Don's number one man, Les Wilmol, won lhe Conlra Cosla Counly singles championship while Jerry Gray and Don Ralhien copped The doubles lille. The lop live men of 'rhis year's squad were Les Wilmol, Jerry Gray, Don Ralhien, Sieve Graves, and Ed Neighbor. Firsl row, left io riqhl: J. Todd, P. Lowlhian, J. Hall, D. Krofz, D. Ralhien. Second row: J. Browning, R. Huffaker, S. Graves, E. Neighbor, J. Gray, M. Bergesen. G.A.A. AWARD HOLDERS Firsl' row, lefl lo righl: L. Sellman, R. Shirling, J. Hall, M. Davis, D. Reese, V. Bufler, J. Taylor, M. Maier, L. Jansse, M. Mlilu, J. Rounds, A. Vlflaly, M. Mallock. Second row: C. O'ConneIl, J. Holworlh, B. Lyser, D'. Roberlson, J. Scheuer, S. Small, S. Gee, P. Garrison, S. Humble, L. Sf. Hill, J. Johnson. lf' 5 1 1 5 -, L A girls mm. a x 4 wan- 7 WV' E 'MQ wfff? T. 'V'-su. 1 3 4 lx SlJ0l'tS ,, ,,y-M 3 -Y-Q---M XA ..'r,gw-X V IH! Izumi... HIHIHQ' Q H 5 4 'Hz ,n .K HM-'YIM -.1 A fhyl N- f x Y., X -4 'fy' M :L 1 ,nf Www qw i f Ugg V 1- M 4 A ! 4 , Z f J rl ,"' jf, chips a d 70 BLOCK "A" Firsf row, lefl lo righl: D. Weidlein, D. Garrell, B. deLaneux, D. Larson, E. Hunl, G. Howerlon, S. Pedder, J. Small, D. Cranslon, R. Williamson, R. Carlson, R. Jones, B. Turner. Second row: R. Lee, M. While, R. Johnson, D. Isaacs, J. Hari, B. Miller, S. lndelicalo, B. Johnson, R. Orr, T. Daniel, R. Orfland, M. Ferrarese. Third row: J. Burns, B. Abreu, K. Lylle, D. Davis, K. Wilkins, J. Gray, J. Oliver, B. Dwighf, P. Lowlhian, D. Ralhien, B. Ferro, G. Forlado Fourlh row: D. Twomey, J. Champion, P. Vallarino, B. Gray, A. Slewarl, J. Conley, J. Henderson, N. Tullle, B. Harrison, D. Davis, L. Schrepel, A. Monsen, B. Reark, J. Champlin. im X ., 'sa Moi. Ima . 4 - CHIPS Firsl' row, leif lo righl: R. Jarrell, M. Small, H. Yonge, L. Harper A. Fadeui, c. Knobel, J. spiegl, J. Walkins, w. Jam, ' R. Hull, J. Palmer, N. Allen. Second row: I. Veilch, L. Willer, J. Coakley, E. Neighbor, J. Kilchen, S. Sparllng, K. Fry, R. Munn, H, Allorfer, J. Pihlo, D. Ong. Third row: D. Davis, E. Deemer, G. Gudnason, J. Sullivan, J. Gray D. Busby, B. Dodge, T. Freeman, J. Sweel, B. Walkins, A. Wahl. I Fourlh row: J. Conley, B. Thaln, J. Larson, K. Lescure, D. Marcellini H. McBride, P. Henderson, P. Hegerle, G. Panfili, B. Johanson. I Y Bind?-ii -. G.A.A. CABINET Seafed, Ieff fo righf: E. Gardner, M. Maflock, L. Jansee, J. Rounds, J, Seulber er, P, Garrison. Sfandingciiiss BeHencour1,S.SmalI B.S1ark. G.A.A. MANAGERS Firsf row, leH fo righf: M. Maier, C. Greub, K. Johanson, D. Laney, J. Hall. Second row: A. Viffaly. J. Haworfh, M. Miilu, I. Dix, C. O'ConneII. 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Four juniors suddenly realize 'rhal lhey're seniors . . . lhe loading zone is splalrered wilh 4 2 Q uf f 73 mf get acquainted . ,,,,, Wvqy fy! A M ,mn X, MW' ,A 57 : U ! MOH no, nol a soclcdance,"ll'1ey wailed.Bu+ll'1ey lnad a good lime anyway, and Carolyn's idea was a success. The Gym was adorned like someone's backyard on Monday, and llwose presenl lmosl ol llwem anywayl were minus sl1oes.Seen on Jrllis page are Gail Snow, Bobbie Larson and some friends we don'l know, Belly Argo, Wayne Jacox, Alden Roberlson and Company, and miscellaneous rabbilrs. c. s. f. Firsf row, leH fo riqhi: M. Roe, L. Heche, B Johnson J. Ross, S. Singer, S. Anaclerio, S. Howe, T. Meier M. Maflock, D. Fey, B. Maas Second row: C. Gray, J. Hall, S. Swain, B. Gray J Ta lor M Maier E Gardner, . y . , . M. Miilu, K. Greub, S. Adair, K. Vale Third row: B. Branch, B. Piclrfon, M. Lyon D. Kroiz, L. Oversireei, N. Geim, P. Rank, B. Shipley, J. Seulberger, S. Panella, J. Miner, E. Sfeinlie Fourrh row: G. Coed, J. Dodds, C. Schorr, H. Corbelrf. R. Kennerly, R. l-laslrell, J. Bohn B. Roberfs, S. Mumford B. Eberhad, R. Sheels C. Winiers. Firsf row, Iefl fo righi: M. Miller, L. Carovano A, Sparling, S. Johanson, J. Hogue, L. Rodonich M. Wesfiall, S. Freedman, M. Burns, D. Bregar E. Rogers, L. Scalinel-Te, J. Roefhlisberqer Second row: D. Bongaarls, P.Gomper1'z H. Alforfer, S. Humble, C. Monroe, K. Mickle J. Johnson, M. French, B. Laurenson, E. Young H. Davidson, K. Kooyman, C. Demeier, R.Krol1 Third row: K.Andree,A,Smifl1, D. Rafhien J. Combs, G. Reicherf, V. Johnson, D. VanDaH L. Harper, R. Yabroff, W. Lawson E. Rankin, L. Erickson, J, Galbrairh, N. Snow Fourfh row: N. Davis, D. Busby, C. Kops D. Bridces R. Jarrerf, M. Carovano, D. Davis, B. Gray, J, Conley, J. Small, E. Wileni J. Palmer, J. Hari, B. Bedard Firsf row, leff lo righlz S. Peddar, J. Armsfrong J. Anderson, J. Olson, S. Morse, V. Richards L. Lynn, J. Lloyd, C. Flefcherl P. Garrison, N. Peshon, L, Lamb, B. TibbeH's Second row: M. Fish, T. Hudd, N. Snow, M. Jeffries, C. Baker, B. Ayser, T. Adams, P. Meyers A. Reichold, J. Allen, D. Ollrnann, J. Anderson Third row: K. Larson, C. O'ConnelI, L. Sellman C. Goforfh, G. Duncun, S. Pamphilon J. Hilda, P. Power, E. Fara, E. sfonl C. Swanson, B. McKinley, J. Nie Fourfh row: L. Shopfaugh, H. Nemir, R. Knobel P, Kops, B. Rupley, R. Johnson, A. Delerey, J. Todd S. Graves, E. Neighbor, J. Roberfson, J. Lloyd 1 i UIIS Zat L Q i ...F l 76 french club Firsf row, lefl lo righf: B. deLaneux, R. Knobel, D. May, C. Gomperfz, J. Nie, K. Wilkin, A. Bolfomley, J. Gray, J. Fosfer, L. Harper, S. Barden. Second row: S. Freedman, M. Morehouse, M. Roe J. Johnson, M. French, H. Sfern, L. Carovano, R. Wood, J. Galbrailh, H. Alforfer, J. Hall V I A Viflal Third row L Lamb L. Heche, K. a e, . y. 2 . , L. Sellman, C. Goforlh, K. Johanson, B. Carideo, V. Spurlock, B. Lyser, N. Snow, P. Smilh, J. Allen, E. Stoll, N. Parsons, E, Fara, B. McKinley, C. Swanson. acalhonors Firsl row, Iefl fo righf: P. Colvin, B. Jacuzzi, D. Christiansen, R. Johnson, J. Dezzani, D. Johnson, P. Alford, N. Richard, A. Hansen, E. Smifh, S. Gibson, M. Reiler. Second row: M. Somers, A. ViHaly, l. Cockerfon, L. Chiavlni, J. Taylor, M. Maier, J. Harkness, J. Coop, D. Reese, T. Proberl, H. Sfern. Third row: T. Ginsberg, J. Piffo, S. Paulovic, M. Davis, J. Linsley, P. Smifh, J. Morris, J. Johns, M. Laurenson, G. Sfrouse, B, Lueck. Firsf row, lefl io righl: N. Orr, S. Lavender, S. Logue, L. Ray, L. Baker, S. Fowler, C. Rechfiene, M. Morehouse, N. Merry, L. Pearson, B. Wall, B. Slark, S. Weidlein. Second row: P. Gregg, S. Dodson P. Meyers, P. Tunnicliff, J. Dunn, F. Bailey, J. Rogers, J. McNamara, G. Rinehari, S. Shipley, R. Shirling, J. Schaefer, S. Fowler, J. Laiham. Third row: M. While, J. Burns, P. Sheaff, R. Johnson, C. Mauzy, D. Wulzen, C. Nelle, T. Hench, R. May, B. Johnson, H. McBride, B. Needham. we M ti! Ss spanish club Firsf row, leff lo righf: B. Wadman, D. Grieve, R. Owen, M. Whife, T. Morrish, B. Eberharf, M. Roberts, J. Bohn, G. Coad, J. Todd, J. Foster, H. Nemir, L. Sho laugh, H. Barber. Second row: A. McGuire, A. Reichofd, J. Lavinder, E. Laurenson, M. Jeffries B. Tibbelfs, R. Kroh, J. McAdams, C. Demefer, S. Small, F. Davis, N. Slrickler, S. Pedder, S. Shipley, C. Mauzy, T. Proberf, T. Adams. Third row: G. Smifh, T. Hudd, M. Afkinson, C. Winfers, M. Somers, S. Humble, B. Branch, D. Olfman, E. Young, C. Rechfiene, N. Begley, D. Reese, J. Kennedy, J. Dunn, M. Lyon, E. Jansse, S. Aiman, P. Porler. Fourfh row: C. Carlile, B. Gray, E. Gardner, M. Miilu, B. Burns, S. Adair, C. Greub, M. Maflock, B. Nason, E. Sfeinke, M. Byrns, C. Gray, M. Maier, G. Douglass, I. Cockerfon, R. Shirling, J. Hogue, J. Lindsley. ir. statesmen Firsf row, leff fo righf: M. Afkinson, J. Lavinder. S. Fowler, H. Gufhrie, C. Demefer, R. Bullis, C. Maxham, S. Coggan, L. Cowling, J. Johns. Second row: J. Latham, D. Wulzen, A. Sheefs, B. Picfon, H. Sfern, K. Simmons, M. French, T. Cornara, l. Cockerfon, A. Reinhold, M. Porfer. Third row: B. Wall, G. Panfili S. Small, P. Smilh, C. Rechfiene, D. Fosfer, M. Brown, S. Hoffman, N. Ure, C. Maury, H. Nemir. jr. red cross Firsl row, leff fo righf: J. Seulberger, B. Shipley, S. Fowler, L. Wilkinson, B. Needham, J. Gaillard, K. Simmons, B. Maas, S. Sondag, J. Aposfolo, C. Brackeff Second row: A. Claylon, G. Smifh, J. Monroe, E. Rogers, R. Kroh, l. McCloud, P. Boevers, P. Porler, P. Meyers. y-LBBIIS Leif fo righf: A..Vi'ffaly, E. Lyser, T. Adams, l. McCloud, B. Flbush, M. Tinay, J. Aposlolo, S. Sondag, B. Cocks, C. Maxham, T. Cornara, M. Brown, I. Cockerfon, M. Dean, N. Fredman, C. Carlile, R. Shirling, M. Nomura. Mi rl 5 ,. E5 ff' f fw,.fy.. wif? Cr ea game day This is game day. Mike breaks Diabids iweari, and lands in ine woodwind seciion, ine siarfiing senior girls go overboard on a yeii, Buddy and friends Hash a sign on The car's 'rail end, and af game Jrime, ine refresiwrnenlr booiiw is crowded, as usual. boys' federation 'Q V Y, A -,,................,...,........- , f -' , l .. sw. ' 2:1 ,ki we 'V M ' i .NRL N. -H , ,K . f ' r 2 , 42: girls' league Leif lo righf: Ben Randall, secrelaryg Tom Morrish, presidenlg Mike While, vice presidenlg David Slewarf, dean of boys. Noll piclured: Joe Conley, lreasurer, Lefl lo riqhl: Lily Lahll, dean of qirlsg Les Heche, presidenlg Judy Hall, secrelaryg Irene Barrelf, senior represenlaliveg Carolyn Demefer, iunior represenlaliveg Margarel Roe, lreasurerg Jean Galbrailh, sophomore represenlaliveg Kay Mickle, vice presidenl. First row, left to right: A. Ruff, C. Costa, S. Aweeka, Mr. Hansen, Second row: K. Takahashi, D. Pitkin, B. Towers, P. Shoptaugh, S. Lonergan, Third row: F. Mason, M. Westfall, C. Weckerle, J. Hall, D. P. Haight, D. Tolles, F. Arbogast, N. Fourth row: D. Schuler, A. Compher, B. J. Anderson, M. Tinay, P. Miles, L. P. St. Hill, B. Osborne, B. Fifth row: C. Soares, S. Pitkin, B. Simon, J. Phelps, B. D. Morrow, S. Evans, B. Edgar, Sixth row: B. Long, D. Ball, P. Cook, D. F. Perry, G. Claussenius, D. Pape, C. Schorr, BAND P. White, director. P. Lemos, M. Healy, Lonergan, Pettingill. Stockwell, Anderson, Danforth. Neighbor, P. Laing. Osborne, R. Fowler. CHORUS Firsf row, Ieff fo righf: Direcfor R. Hansen, T. Meyer, B. Miller, J. Derry, R. Reifer, L. Boyd, G. Douglass, M. De-an M. Boyd P Laing Sec C. Van Allen, D. Bumgarner, J. Guldenzopf, D. Hopper S, Theile, S. Gibson, I. Cockerfon, B. Abbie, B Argo. Third row: C. Petersen, S. Sendag, B. Shusian, J. Ridenour, M. Lyon, G. Hanson, D Osborne, C. Ferro, J. Anderson, A. Smifh, J. Cornara, J. Friedman. Fourth row B. Miller, C. Winfers, K. Roberts, E. Sfafes A. Reichhold M Penrf-n P. Johnson, P. McCurdy, S. Morse, H. Knovylfon, L. PlaH, B. Bo-MTC? Gales. Flffh row: R. Owen, B. Abreu, P. Parler, K. Hemphill, D. PeDDin, A L . . . assagne, C. Carlile, S. Monfin, K. Trembafh, G. 6-rvgq, A. Lchse B Ferro P. Vallerino. Sixfh row: P. Gibson, G. Wallace, M. Wylie, J, Spiegl P. Sf. Hill, B. Sfockwell, J. Champlin, D. Savale, R. Knoble, B Lipperl, P. Hanson, L. Schrepel, M. Wiesf. ond row J Schofield, MUSIC COUNCIL Sealed, Iefi 'fo righl: R. Knobel, B. Argo, A. Ruff. Sfanding: P. Haighf, P. MFISS. P. Laing, P. Sheafi, L. Anderson. WM - X , ,,Ai.,W6i. XMAS ID S Q llll G5 9 S S 2 K A N ,,,' 9- This is The AKLAN sTaTT, on The leTT page: Top picTure, leTT To righTq S. Fowler, E. STienlce, J. Lloyd, J. Miner. Second picTure: J. Kennedy, copy ediTor, P. SheaTT, sales manager, l-l. CorbeTT, D. Ralrhien, adverTising manager, S. Panella Third picTure: L. ShopTaugh, sporTs ediTorg E. Rogers M. Lyon, J. Combs, l-l. STern. BoTTom picTure: B. Orme, senior ediTor' J. RoberTson, ediTorg B. Pembroke, advisorg B. Bedard, manager. The TwenTy-Two persons shown in The picTures on The righT page are responsible Tor a bi-monThly occurrence, The Acalanes BLUEPRINT. They are, in The Top picTure, leTT To righT: J. Dunn, R. Fowler, M. Miilu, business manager, P. PorTer. In The second picTure: J. Small, J. Early, D. CransTon, sporTs ediTor, T. l-liggins. In The Third picTure: R. Knoble, TeaTure ediTorg J. GroTh, phoTographerp J. Friedman, news ediTorg J. Allen, news ediTor. In The boTTom picTure: P. McCurdy, C. Weckerle, A. RUTT, K. Andree, M. JeTTries, J. LaTham, R. DexTer. In The picTure To The righT: PaT Miles, ediTorg H. Weiss, advisor: S. Pedder, ediTor. QETE9 'EF ,V,, 14 .NA f Karen Jolianscn and Jim Clwampio Nancy Edminslei' and Tom lvlorrisli Slnaron Eqgerls and Ben Randall Judy Johnson and Al Slewarl Sylvia Dodson and Jolwn Clwamplin impressive decoralions an oulslandinq band The Junior Prom, l953 VT junior prom frosh ic frol Wi+h The help oT Bob Nordquis+'s mounlred anirnal slanding maiesTiCally in The middle oT The Tloor, some sTore decoraTions, Ted BeclceTT's Truck loaded lseveral Timesl wiTh leaves and greens, and some ingenuiTy, The Treshman class presenTed "indian Summer." Jack Tagg and six oT his Tellows were presenT To provide music Tor abouT 400 guesTs. Shown on This page are Diane FosTer and Fang, Sandy Pamphilon and Don Weidlein, lvlilce WhiTe and Judy Johnson, PaT Nunley and Dave Bridges, and l-lelen Jarvis and ArThur Murray. The bids said "Coney Island." and so did llwe walls willw Jrlwe briglil colors, Jrlwe leering clown in 'flue cenler llwe freak slfiow and Jrlwe awning-covered refreslfimenl boo+l1. An irileresling colleclion of faces lwere . . . Below, lell +o riglwlz Four Diablo 'Friends and Donna Hayward. Riglwl: a wallllower, Billus Bedardus, commonly, Sweel William' N. Ryle, Don Reid, Jay Bloom, P. Smil M. Davis, P. Courlriglwl, H. Davidson, D. Pillcin. iunior 8Xtl'3 There are all kinds of Tramps: The well-dressed kind TLEFTT, and The wild kind, and The garden variefy TRIGHTT. ln Thai sequence, lefl To righlz N. Edminsler, S. Pedder, B. Simon, N. Lee, L. Geissler, L. Carovano, R. Wood, J. l-larl, F. Cady, D. lssacs, C. Van Cleave, R. Williamson, L. Grilllis, lvl. Brown, M. Davis, D. Bollomly, B. l-lerrick, B. Smilh, L. l-leche, B. Bedard, A. Ruff, C. Ivlauzy, J. Aguirre and SF. dale, B. l-liggins, B. Jacuzzi, W. Adams, A. Claylon, T. Oss, J. Bloom. I , 0333. Prgggi 1-wifi ' enior hall This year's Senior Ball, "Sou+hern Faniasy was held on Jrhe evening of May iweniy- 'rhird ai nine o'cloc:ic. Piciured here are Marianne Somers and Jim Burns, Ben Randall and Sharon Eqqeris, Richard Lee and Sandy Pamphilon. .mn f- .L f modern GD Q S C5 'B Wwwrwf' "THE CHRISTMAS FLOWER" f"'N-Q, "Here is life-your very exisfence surrounded by music. And you are Touched by a wand, a QIH of movemenf, Coordinafion and emofion I A I 2? ,1 kf 2 f I., I 4 u . A P , , x V A 4 U 1 O 4 5 S Y O A I 1 's l 1 1 I D 4 A ','.vl. 1 'lq'Y. ',' ' S O 4 X Y ix Q Q 0 .' Q 7 v ' L 4 , 7 f ff f f If 1, ff 4 5, W2 Came Vale! JeHisoned Sleeping Beaufy , i wwxww N 2 iw 'R w Z :X Ee -' '-.f'3s'if' Q . .,., . ' 'N New K Q F, .- .- N ,Q -,vi je 3 , iffy . Q wwwwwww gawk 0 f ,, f W ,I gf f 7 f -V f ,V C6 93 4 4 X . E Y, X NX N xy X X S XX - Ev , ix x 5 ' f .. . X - -X X X , . , X Q. X AMS, x fr X - 52 Q X X , I ft S 'N Q X ,v"Mx , NX Y XV Rf fgvmg ms Q -X 9. -- K , my N f-Sm.. 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Q, A ff w 6 , uf ' Wh, W EM? ,444 wwf l03 szwp wluzfuz, we mmm . . . SEARS -warm, gwfe " keeping pace o Xl with flue -future The Business Of Sears Merchandise Testing And Development Laboratory During the course of a year, approximately 20,000 items are tested and evaluated in Sears laboratory. Typical of the procedures used by Sears technicians are the tests given Elgin outboard motors. In laboratory tanks and during river tests, in fresh and salt water, the per- formance of Elgin motors is carefully studied. Speeds are varied, load weights and positions are changed, and different size boats are used to thoroughly test the outboard motors. gf Thorough testing leads the way g From trained technicians using precision equipment stem improvements for finer proclucts. Your satisfaction e '- 'ef f " I2C,."i X7 ix ix , is in mind in Sears huge laboratory The Largest Laboratory of Its Kind in America S l453 BROADWAY . WALNUT CREEK Phone YEllowstone 4-763l BEST WISHES FOR A 0 GIFTS for Girl HAPPY AND SECURE FUTURE G,,,dua+eS THE - DRESSES EQUITABLE LIFE .SPQRTSWEAR Assurance Society OF 0 ACCESSORIES THE UNITED STATES O SAMUEL W. COOMBS, C.L.U. a m m 0 n Agency Manager A oss from Orinda Theafre Orinda 2488 Lakeshore Avenue Oakland MORT BROWN PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE I909 MI. Diablo Boulevard WALNUT CREEK CALIFORNIA YEIlowsfone4-4487-88 SUN VALLEY LUMBER COMPANY QUALITY . SERVICE 3287 M+. Diablo Blvd. Lafave++e LafaYe++e 2262 LafayeHe 29 I6 READY MIX CONCRETE FEED o FUEL GARDEN SUPPLIES LARRO-ALBERS FEEDS FERTILIZERS R Gavioia o Besf o Vigoro Mill Orgonife GRASS SEED o PEAT MOSS GARDEN TOOLS and SEEDS HORSE MEAT FARMER'S FEED 84 SUPPLY Walnuf Creek EAD'S HOME FURNISHINGS I365 Galinclo S+reeI', Concord Phone Concord 449I MAPLE SHOP and Accessories TELEVISION The Finesf Fringe Area Sels and Aniennas Top Qualify Repair Service OUTDOOR FURNITURE Finesl' SeIecI'ion in ConI'ra CosI'a Coun+y THE DIAMOND MATCH CO. MILLWORK e PAINT 0 YEIIowsIone 4-9348 I7OI Locusi SI'reeI HARDWARE WaInuI Creek HIGHLAND PRESCRIPTION HAPPY ACRE REALTY PHARMACY JACK PEDDER . . . INSURANCE W. E. Grenfell 2353 MT- Diablo Boulevard YEIIowsIone 4 6466 995 Hough Slreel Laliayell 4 NILES-SPEARS SI-IOES L O M M E L S For Ihe Enhre Family C R E A M E R Y YEIIowsIone 4-3355 i388 Main 5Iree'f WILLERT ancl HENRIKSEN STEELE'S DRESS SHOP Plumbing ConI'rac'Iors From Juniors Io Mrs. YEIIows'Ione 5-57I7 224I NorII1 Main I5I2 Main Sireel Waln + C k Spark your "loaf life" with Arrow Soorts Shirts ORINDA PHARMACY Tunnel Road a+ Orinda Phone Orinda 6l2l They're colorful . . . comfodable . . . iusl fhe iickef for aciion or relaxin'. Orinda California THE EMPOWUM LAFAYETTE Phone LafayeHe 4525 JOHN T. SCHRODER rNsuRoR Phone YEllows'fone 4-6789 'Norhing Bur Insurance" l383 Main Sfreei' Walnul' Creek IRV MAGILL o TED SCHRODER o BOB SCHRODER. - - - JQ ANN'S - . . PLATT CONSTRUCTION CO. i343 Main Sfreel 228 Broolrwood Road Orinda 689' r-rAMr.rN's CLEANERS and DYERS PIANOFORTE INSTRUCTIQN Free Mofhproofing ' Piclrup and Delivery MR- LEONARD BOWDEN' L.RA-M. 3425 Golden 6a+e Way Phone GMWH Building Lafayepfe LafayeHe Lafayeffe 25l0 LAFAYETTE PHARMACY BOW-NC'S 1 n Reliable Prescripfions Locally BlCYCl9S ' Edrnmogegs l' L0Cl'5m'il"'n9 S8fH Green Sfarnps MOH Sparlmg Lehyelle Zlbl I947 Ml. Diablo Boulevard Walnui Creek FOR ARROW UFSIVERSITY STYLES - REICH HOLD CHEVROLET CO. YEIIowsfone 4-448I Easf and Main Sfreefs Walnuf Creelc, California L'?1 49 f.I I iR-isI. If R "" 1 4 . I . CHEVROLET 9255? 8 " ' , g i Q- VW. I I ,gd , CHEVROLET 'IE 2 ' I -I "iI1a'...iffI ' I m I I f I if I I 'L I 'T . , ,, . . IW ,'f , 5 .,,-' ff,r:Lf.IR'I,.. -1 ' YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER. SINCE I928 KITTY MILK BAR WALNUT CREEK CONCORD SIMPSON'S WORDEN TRAVEL AGENCY Orinda 2090 "No One Can Serve You BeHer" YEIIowsfone 4-7444 COMPLIMENTS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '53 AND PETE SHEAFF ORINDA EXCAVATING AND PAVING COMPANY Mf. Diablo Blvd. YEIIows'I'one 4-7269 LEE'S SELF SERVE APPAREL FOR LADIES, MEN, BOYS, GIRLS Nexf fo Banlr of America I3I6 Main Sfreef Walnuf Creek VALLEY PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY YOUR DRUGGIST Phone Lafayeffe 2500 WORDEN TRAVEL SERVICE 3624 Diablo Boulevard Lafayeffe, California PUMPING EQUIPMENT DAIRY EQUIPMENT JAMES F. MAUZY 8: SON THREE BARBERS TO SERVE YOU OH. YEH PLUMBING ' RHEQTING H Ice: owsfone 4- 746 esi ence: YE ows one - Floyd Mooney MaH' Rhoacles C. M. Leverfon T442 Main Sfreef Wdlnuf Cieekfglllf wHITE'S VILLAGE SHOE SHOP LAFAYEIRQELQSSERVICE 85 Ofinda "'I9I""'Y WASHING and DRYING Orinda 2535 994 Hough Sfreef, Lafayeffe LafayeH'e 3627 MARIAN PITTMAN LAFAYETTE PET SHOP REALTOR PETS and SUPPLIES Nofary Public opposife Pow Ogice Orinda 23IQ Phone Lafayeffe 2452 LafayeHe, California CQMPUMENTS RELIANCE LUMBER 8: SUPPLY CO., INC. of I846 Main Sfreef BOEVER'S ANIMAL HOSPITAL WaInu+ Creek c,,,,0,,,, COMPLIMENTS OF 3582 MI. Diablo Blvd. f5W!fZWz FOR FINE FABRICS Q5 11510115 Lafaye++e 33 I 8 BURMA ROAD RESTAURANT o CHINESE DISHES Q AMERICAN DISHES o ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 2250 MI. Diablo Blvd. YEIIows'rone 4-2890 I53I Locusl' S'Iree'f Walnui' Creek Telephone YElIows+one 4-3658 CLARK'S McPhee's Fine Wallpapers Early American Maple and Provincial Furnirure Draperies o Upholslery o Floor Coverings HODGES TV- APPLIANCE SALES AND ssnvuce aoN VOYAGE, cuss or 'sa BRIDWELL REAL ESTATE Lafayeffe 274I 356I MI. Diablo Orinda Village Orinda 224I GOOD LUCK FROM CONTRA COSTA STATIONERS INSURANCE I390 Main Sfreel. Walnuf Creek Office Supplies and Boolrs YEIlowsI'one 4-4302 Plan WaY Lafayene GOOD LUCK FROM WISEMAN'S APPLIANCES CARTWRIGHT'S INC. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Lafayefle, California Lafayefle 4453 3690 MI. Diablo Blvd. La'Iaye+Ie 34I9 Lafayelfe LAFAYETTE The PIONEER FOOD STORE BEAUTY si-IOPPE PM De"'e'Y Isl and Golden Gale Lafayelle Lafayelfe 4662 Garrefl Building Lafayeife Phone 440l - M931 Ma,-kai 4582 COMPLIMENTS or BUTLER AUTO CO. cs-ooo LUCK FROM LAFAYETTE AUTO PARTS 3434 MI. Diablo Blvd. Lafayefle 449I LafaY9He- Callfomla Lafayeue 35'2 i THE CAMERA SHOP GORDON S Flagsfone ' Briclr ' Barbecue Equipmenl Y Ph I h' H d I our 0 ograp lc ea quar ers 3672 MI. Diablo Boulevard l393 Main S1-reef YEIIows'Ione 4-3507 Lafayeffe, California Phone Lafayelie 3900 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '53 LA FIESTA FOODS GROCERIES s MEATS PRODUCE CONVENIENCE 0 SERVICE Pleniy of FREE PARKING 977 Moraga Road Lafayeffe 27I3 I-IENDRICK PIANO CO. Lesier Pianos o Magnavox TV Krakawer Pianos o Zenifh TV Q Janssen Pianos RCA Vicfor TV o WurIi+zer Organs RENTAL PURCHASE PLAN 2370 MI. Diablo Blvd. WaInu+ Creek California TTII TI I 'i DQI LADIES' APPAREL and ACCESSORIES V2 Mile Easi of Lafayefie Enchanfmenf by Ihe Yard FABRIC CENTER Graduates of June '53 May Commencemeni' for you mark "no+ The end buf I'he beginning, ofher goals se'I' for 'Ihe winning." ' ACCOUNTS WELCOME!! ..your own ferml 1 OF WALNUT CREEK y cameras C9' gzhs 1632 MAIN STREET YE 4-2795 Congra+uIa+ions +o The Class of '53 Town and Country Beauty Salon We Feaiure MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS COSTUME JEWELRY I5I0 Main Sireef Phone YEIIowsI'one 4-2848 THE TOY HOUSE Broadway - WaInuI Creek CRAFTS ' MODELS ' COLLECTORS ITEMS, ETC. YEIIowsIone 5-5528 EXCLUSIVE JUVENILE fd... FOOTWEAR j I628 Main Sfreef YEIIows'rone 4-35I6 SENIOR'S JUNIOR BOOT SHOP 0 I427 Bway., Wainui Creek 7 in Q-W gl, ,w' , ,4 1 i' I Xff WV :fe I '5 -V A 7 f52zW63f E , i E CHUBBY HUMI3LE'S PIONEER INN BARBECUED STEAKS AND CHICKEN CIayI'on o California Phone Concord 9989 "II Pays 'ro Call" - McCaII VIRGIL A. MCCALL REALTOR YEIIowsI'one 4-76 I I Office YEIIowsIone 4-4652 Residence I330 MAIN STR-EET ORCHARD NURSERY ,gf ZH , . -"."-in I f xg .. "' "' .at ij- jf, I -try, 4. fr.-' ' -f-,ji f I ' ,i liunnl fuusigj-Qsuviuv iii' ' - I 'TI i z, If I, , ,I-'I I I--'I' 1"-if ....." ---f' II - 'V - S ' AFRICAN VIOLET SPECIALISTS Jack Schneider o Sfewarf Wade Midway Be+ween LafayeHe and Orinda GENERAL ELECTRIC o WESTINGHOUSE BENDIX TELEVISION APPLIANCES ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING T H O M P S O N ELECTRIC CO. Lafayefl-e 4474 Lafayef-fel California I4I I Main Sfreef YEIIowsIone 4-766I Phone YEIIowsIone 4-4274 Closed Mondays IN SUBURBAN BEAUTY SALON MES WREL5- HAIRCUTTING OUR SPECIALTY . Mariorie Bloching We Give and Redeem Gold Bond Siamps I428 Locusf Sireef WaInuI Creek, California Across from Puriiy Phone YEIIows'Ione 4-3369 DIABLO DRUG CO. A FRIENDLY STORE Phone YEIIows+one 4-9363 I374 Main Sheer WaInu+ Creek, California BUDGET CLEANERS CLEANING AT BUDGET PRICES Nexf Io Ihe Super Saver in LafayeHe I0 Moraga Highway In Orinda LAFAYETTE SEAFOOD GROTTO FISH DINNERS FRESH COOKED CRABS - LAF 38lI - FRESH FISH DAILY FARMER'S INSURANCE GROUP WILLARD N. JOHNSON YEIIowsfone 4-574I I326 Locusi' Sfreef Walnuf Creek 0 Wonderful o o ooo L , e i0 Wake u to! M P , A f ff! ' --f,, V,. Arvi n I SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER CARY 84 MIDDLETON 'WF ML Mf. Associoted Service Diablo and Moraga Road . .... Lafayeffe 8905 Diablo and Thompson Road .... Lafaye'He 8940 BOERO'S SPORTS SHOP AWARD SWEATERS o SKI EQUIPMENT ATHLETIC SHOES and GYM CLOTHING Phone YEIIowsI'one 4-3263 I636 Main SIreeI' WaInuI' Creek, California ORINDA THEATER DIAMOND K SUPPLY Bill Magrafh Barbecues o GardenTooIs o TracI'ors Sand 0 Cemenf o Sione FerIiIizers Brick o Pafio Ma+eriaIs MI. Diablo Blvd. LaIayeHe 4-477 WRlGHT'S VILLAGE PHARMACY Phone Orinda 2I5I 79 Orinda Highway Orinda, CaIifornia TV 0 RECORDS O SHEET MUSIC InsI'rumenIs Renfed and Sold CAMPANA MUSIC Moraga Road LaIayeHe 4624 CI-IOSEN TI-IE WORLD OVER BY RIFLEMAN WHO KNOW THAT BUEI-ILER IS TI-IE FINEST. IN GRATITUDE . . . TO ALL YOUR FOLKS FOR THEIR PATRONAGE Ana -umm mmm , Mmumn RBUEHLER ,. wwf f.'v'ff!'Ef.lwwiiv ,""Ff"f5f irvi CTW' I Lafavene Lafayene 2407 MIILU 81 MACPHERSON TOMIVIIE I'IORTON'S ROYAL TIRE SERVICE C L E A N E R S WBIUUT Creek CGIIIOWB 235 Brookwood Road Orinda LAFAYETTE RENTAL 81 SUPPLY Come Io SARANAP and TRADE AT MI. Diablo BouIevard LaIayeHe 4438 S A M ' S M A R K l PAUL NAVE INC. NEILL C. CORNWALL SYLVANIA TELEVISION INSURANCE I538 Locusf SIree+ YEIIowsIone 4-4404 GariboIIi BuiIding LafayeIIe 36I5 Lafayeffe, California BEST WISI-IES TO CLASS OF I953 MCFETRIDGE BUICK, INC. I OI' SALES o SERVICE o BODY REPAIR YEIIowS'rone 4-6736 2008 MT. Diablo Blvd. WALNUT CREEK ORINDA CAMERA SHOP LAFAYETTE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 3397 Moraga Blvd. BUILDING MATERIALS ORINDA Phone LafayeH'e 44 I 2 LaTaye'H'e, California W' M' FOWDEN LAFAYETTE DIME 3. DOLLAR STORE YOUR GREYHOUND AGENT 3545 MT. Diablo Blvd. Vacafion Tours ' Chaders Lafayepfe DEPOT, Lafaye,He 2714 LaTaye+'re 89IB CLARICE HELM ORINDA 2 W JORY'S FLOWERS 074 Walnuf Creelr Lafaye+'Ie Aww f44""f6r60LF counse IOI Orinda Highway Giifs for Men COMPLIMENTS OF , FURS BY HAREL ALL AMERICAN MERCANTILE CO. CUSTQIVLMADE FURS Com Ie e Fur Service 3653 MT. Diablo Blvd. La'IayeHe 3978 I256 Sou+h Main Sfreef pYEIIowsI'one 5-5228 Walnui' Creek SCOTT SHEPPARD PARK THEATER CHEVRON STATION FOR FINE ENTERTAINMENT Phone Lafayefie 9930 La'fayeI+e, California George Sfribling, Manager LaTayeHe 4533 DAVE'S MARKET BASKET HAPPY VALLEY NURSERY LEAVITTS MEAT MARKET 3685 MT. Diablo Boulevard LafayeHe, California 6 Plaza Way LafayeHe 9950 Call YEIIowsI'one 4-4472 arnation Ccjmpan FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS 26I6 N. Main Walnul' Creek Complimenls of A. J. "Buck" Johnson Walnut Creek Hardware REALTOR EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE Phone YEIIowsI'one 4-4740 I990 Danville Highway Evenings YEIIowsIone 4-3 I 37-One Mile Sou'I'h of W.C. I545 I-OCUSI' Sire'-3+ YEIIOWSIOUB 43500 HERB'S HARDWARE YEIIows'rone 4-45I9 I539 Main Sfreei Walnuf Creek LAFAYETTE APPLIANCE 81 ELECTRIC CO. Earl M. Creager, Proprielor Conlracfing ' Repairing ' Supplies Phone 4627 Lafayefle, Calif. WALNUT CREEK PHARMACY WALGREEN AGENCY YEIlowsIone 4-9306 and 4-9307 Walnul' Creek WALNUT CREEK LAUNDERETTE Monday-Friday - 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday - 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. I629 Locus? Sfreef Phone YEIIowsIone 5-5600 SUBURBAN LUMBER CO. YEIIowsi'one 4-3908 MORAGA VALLEY NURSERY Galen Darr . . . Kennelh Wohn Roberf Waschmirlh I999 Norfh Main Slreel' Walnuf Creek I96 Moraga Highway Orinda 6596 MAIN AUTO SUPPLY WILLY ' S The One-Slop Aulo Shop HOMEMADE ICE CREAM .iveryfhing for H19 Auto.. FOUNTAIN SERVICE 334I MI. Diablo Blvd. 3384 Ml. Diablo Blvd. I634 Main Shea-I YEIIowsIone 4-7637 YEIlowsIone 4-2048 Lafayelle 2453 P's and O's Piflsburgh Painls ' Wallpaper ' Lamps HEARTH 8: HOME Broadway - Walnul Creelz Unfinished Furnifure ' Figurines GIFTWARE ' DINNERWARE ' HOUSEWARES ' GLASSWARE l604 Locust YEIIows'rone 4-6IOI I4II Broadway Easl YEIIowsI'one 4-6834 MAXINES w.c.MoToRs APPAREL BEST AUTO BUYS Telephone YEllowsIone 5-5456 .980 Norm Main Ymowstone 4-8525 I403 Locusl Sfreef Walnuf Creelz, California ORINDA HARDWARE BLACICS MARKET Orinda O ik FINE DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED FOOD MEAT A+ Crossroads GROCERIES o PRODUCE BAKERY DELICATESSEN FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Phone Orinda 2585 o Open Sundays 9-I2 A.M. 63 Moraga Highway Orinda 604I COMPLIMENTS OF fa 'QI Jr EL DIABLO FORGE wnouer-:T METALS DANIEL STUCKI, Fine Jewelry Join our Slerling Silver Club. We feafure Silver by Towle, Ml. Diablo and Brown Phone l.aIayeH'e 39I2 Lafayeffe Gorham, Infernaiional, Heirloom, and Reed 3: Barfon. I423 B d ,W I I Cre I: YEII 'I' 4-6200 KEIFER'S SHOE SERVICE ma My a nu 6 ws one I392 Main Sfreef Walnui' Creelr California COUNTRY REALTY Acalanes Cenfer Lafayelfe 4709 BEST WISHES and CONGRATULATIONS MARIE BENNET f i E ""'s.,,"'L-. if .5 4 Q ' en. Q Ns.. E 1 i. 4 1 1 X x x ml i C FEV II8 Arfhur Godfr9Y TV Show- Sfudenfs celebrafe ST. Pa Z , ' ,AY MM: ......, W- ,..,,MW,,,,,,,,wfa:,,,,fwffwaf-wfMfeW,,,,,,fWAf1 , W, - -av -fe.. -., ' f , f Z I Q - 1 4 f ! V A frick's Day, 4? J Piedmont refu -., 4 H?-x,,,,g.,V.....,,,W. --,uWV,,f. s 5 X X A X qees line up oufside Acalanes' soup kifchen, Across me 'unc Clofhes couriesy Roberf Hall. Teachers enjoy a free momeni in faculfy room The finally. fx . L 1+ I I X ' i K iii ff Y! "fbi " Q 'W-,Qrx "V" Yr I 4 - 'x ff'-mg Qu 'V' fqskwr , 4 1 .43 'S'-A f ,f,, ,f the junior-senior banquet LESCURE CO. PLUMBING o RADIANT HEATING 3667 MI. Diablo Boulevard LAFAYETTE, CALIFORNIA Appliances Telephone LafayeHe 2528 up Wfjjf- X ,mt tif ,eftfz-gg 'IFJ ,III 'A ff'I I C 1 III3IIIIIII,1o+Iw3 III II f " 'J' -Ae' L '- frfwf V1 I A I MCDGNNELL NURSERY I262 SouI'I'1 Main Sfreef WaInu'I Creek, California Phone YEIIows+one 4-2 I 74 CASA ORINDA SPECIALIZING IN ROTISSERIE BROILED CHICKEN CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS ORINDA CRIOSSROADS I Orinda298I BRUCE LEE H HOFFMAN, IRONRITE, MAYTAG, BENDIX, WEDGEWOOD, FRIGIDAIRE I50I Main S+ree+ WALNUT CREEK YEll0w5+One 4-6600 COMPLIMENTS of SOUTH BERKELEY CREAMERY I723 M+. Diablo Boulevard YEIIowg+0ne 4-937I CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '53 RALPH AND OWEN JEWELRY I2I Boulevard Way YEIIows+one 4-2543 I356 Main Sfreef Walnuf Creek, Calif. NQRM RQBINSQN RUSS' BARBER SHOP Three Barbers ' Cafering Io The Enfire Family CHEVRON DEALER Phone YEIIowsIone 4-6408 YEIlows'I'one 4-37I9 Walnuf Creelr, Calif. I407 Milf' Sheel Walnul Creek CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '53 - ' MUSICAL ACCESSORIES RUG WORKS I ' RADIOS 2I06 Main Sfreef, WaInu+ Creek YEIIows+one 4-3202 I52I Main S'Iree+ YEIIOWSIOM 4-2702 Mobllgas A Mobiloil R. B. BURNETT DISTRIBUTOR GENERAL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS MAIN OFFICE CONCORD, CALIFORNIA PHONE 8526 BUTLER STEEL BUILDINGS scHooL sus GARAGES , STORES S x U H 'Tu WAREHOUSES IIIIIII-'IIQSIIIIIIIIIIII . GYMNASIUMS FACTORIES "III" - FARM BUILDINGS Sold and Ere-cted by CALIFORNIA STEEL BUILDINGS N AT E 'S DELICATESSEN For Dependable Service Specializing in HOME COOKED FOODS And Many Ofher Delicacies Owned and Operafed by NATE AND ELENA HATHORNE For broiling or frying, To bake or To sTew, The WaInu+ Creek Meaf Company Has The bes+ for you. WALNUT CREEK MEAT COMPANY MT. Diablo Blvd. LafayeHe 3580 M32 Main Slireel YEIIOWSIOHR 4-4454 COMPLIMENTS of CQMPLIMENTS of Pc1T's Pet 84 Garden STAN'S Supplies BRICK HOUSE TROPICAL FISH, BIRDS AND PET SUPPLIES Famous for Fine Foods YEIIowsI'one 4-7885 l353 Locusf S+ree+ Walnuf Creek Walnuf Creek EL REY MARKET Noihing Bur The Beef We are as close as your phone ' Try our delivery servic Phone YEIIows+one 4-446I I655 Main Sireel' Walnul Creek "TRAILER KING" HORSE TRAILERS SPROUSE REITZ CO. VARIETY STORES l357 Main Sfreef 64 Moraga Highway Walnul Creek Orinda YEIIowsTone 4-7374 Orinda 5lOl ORINDA BEAUTY SHOPPE Orinda 884l The Besf on The Road SPECIALIZING IN PERMANENT WAVES AND STYLIN6 2730 MT. Diablo Blvd, WaInu+ Creek ORINDA MOTORS MILADY'S SHOP iszo MAIN STREET ORINDA 2Ol3 Walnu+ Creek California ATMAN MASSIE and UNDERWOOD BUILDING SPECIALTIES REALTORS I995 Norfh Main Sfreef Walnuf Creek Oflnda Cross Roads Orinda 67l METROPOLITAN PIANO Phone Lafayeffe 28I5 3677 MT. Diablo Blvd. Lafayeffe, California OFFEN'S HARDWARE LAFAYETTE zasl april 30th-teachers' day BEST WISHES +o The GRADUATING CLASS AND OTHER STUDENTS FROM THEIR PARENTS O ACALANES PARENTS CLUB Working wifh you Huis pasi' year has been one of my happies'r experiences. Besf of every+hing 'fo each of you . . . THE STUDIO OF TED GURNEY AKLAN PHOTOGRAPHER I288 SOUTH MAIN STREET, WALNUT CREEK X N? M 2, 2 1 x, gf 1 A W ,A .1-"' , X Maw xA ff XL 'Yf f f, 1" 'WW , . V A W UC . N the mother-daughter tea 1 M You're a senior: iT doesn'T seem ThaT you have spenT Tour years aT Acalanes. Or you're a Treshman and your TirsT year has gone by Too TasT. BuT TasT as iT was, you are changed somewhaT. Yes, richer you are in knowledge, noT jusT The added knowledge oT maTh or a Toreign language, buT in someThing you don'T Tind in books-how To see a problem and how To know and work wiTh The Tellow nexT To you. Where does This mosT valuable oT all knowledge come Trom? NOT Trom maTh, or science, or language Tor They iusT supply The raw maTerials Tor This richness, buT Trom The personal eTTorTs oT The TaculTy-individuals who spend half Their lives To help you in yours. Miss Pembroke has been TaculTy advisor To The AKLAN Tor Twelve years. This is her lasT book. This page is hers. BILL BEDARD The people on This page are Those who have given oT Their Time and TalenTs To make The AKLAN '53 The year's work. They all deserve The graTiTude oT any who reads This book. THE STAEE VERA RICHARDSON BETSY PEMBROKE BETTY I-GPEY CARL PETERS ROBERT LORD JERRY GRAY STANLEY WALGREN MILLICENT HAMBURGER W. C. THOMPSCN BILL RETCHIN EARL EVANS S. K. SmiTh Company CaliTornia ArT 8: Engraving Co. THE PHGTOGRAPHS in This book were Taken and produced by Ted Gurney. No one will ever know how many early morning hours were spenT by Ted and DoT as They slaved over enlarger and developing Tank To make good picTures perTecT. The Kid is mighTy graTeTul. Ted and DOT have made a Thousand new Triends This year. YEARBOOK STAFF MEMBERS are, as a rule, incompeTenT, TorgeTTul maniacs. The AKLAN sTaTT is no excepTion. A yearbook prinTer who deals wiTh sTaTT members should have a sTrong sTomach, paTience unlimiTed and plenTy oT undersTanding. RoberT L. Ozias works Tor Lederer, STreeT and Zeus Company in Berkeley. IT is a good Thing Tor The AKLAN. Were iT noT Tor Bob, your yearbook would arrive possibly in Time Tor a De- cember ChrisTmas presenT. JIM RGBERTSCDN This collecTion oT paper, ink, sTring, glue and buckram cloTh cosT abouT Tive Thousand dollars To produce. The managerial parT oT The sTaTT raised and kepT Track oT This sum. We sTarTed oTT our Task wiTh The sales campaign. A big cheer goes To PeTe SheaTT along wiTh Thanks To The salesmen Tor bringing in Three-TiTThs oT our ToTal income Trom sales. Thanks To you Too, on The sales Tigure. ATTer all, one4ThousandTh oT iT was yours. NexT came The adverTising campaign. 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