Acalanes High School - Aklan Yearbook (Lafayette, CA)

 - Class of 1954

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RIGHT ROW: Mary Wesffall, Susan Wasson, Dolores Roeschen, Karen Befaque, Pal Courlrighf, Barbara Henrici, Carol Kelsdever, Sue Panella, Mike Ballachey, Dori Ong. BACK TO CAMERA: Boyd Wafkins, Carolyn Demeler, Bob Gray, Pui Garrison, Sue Small. BOB GRAY BOYD WATKINS Presidenf Vice-Presidenf CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Adair, Rod Kislinger, Barbara Slark, John Walkins, Alden Roberfson, Don Rafhien, Bill Ross fadvisorl, Bob Gray. Sue Small, social secrelaryg Diane Roberfson, yell leader Pui Garrison, lreasurerg Cafhy Greubg yell leader Howard Schirmer, yell Ieaderg Carolyn Demefer secrelary BDARD OF TRUSTEES DR. RALPH C. HALL WILLIAM B. FREEMAN ALICE McBRIDE M. H. STANLEY, clerk CARL NEWBURY, presidenf ADMINISTRATION LILY LAHTI, dean of girls STANLEY WALGREN, principal NEIL PARSONS, disiricf superiniendeni DAVE STEWART, dean of boys FACULTY ANITA ANDERSON business English, shorfhan'd, office praclice JOHN ANNIS physics, chemisfry, 'lrigonomelry KENNETH BAILEY social sludies, American hisfory FLORENCE BASSIGNAN French, Spanish BEATRICE BETTENCOURT girls' physical educafion STANLEY BLACK aufo shop OSCAR BUSCH elemenfary school, sludy hall HELOISE CORR algebra, counseling BARBARA CROSS biology CHARLES DON NA Spanish RUTH DYER American hisfory, California hislory ch. hisfory depf. ARTHUR DAMBACHER senior problems, adull educalion CHARLES EATON boys' physical educaiion, coach RUTH FLETCHER librarian SHIRLEY FRAZIER clofhing MURIEL GRAY Spanish, English MILLICENT HAMBURGER English, modern dance BRUCE HANDLEY algebra, ch. mafh depl. RICHARD HANSEN band, mixed chorus DOROTHY LAMB applied arf ROBERT LORD I'yDinq, bookkeeping, business malh sfudenl body accounls, coach ERWIN MATTSON boys' physical educalion, coach RICHARD MAYES Enqlish JOHN MCLEAN driver fraininq BARBARA NELSON arf JAMES NELSON algebra, general science, applied main, coach MARGARET NICHOLSON chemislry, biology, ch. science depf. JOSEPHINE OCHOA Lalin, Spanish, ch. language depl. HAROLD OXSEN geomeiry, business maih, applied malh, coach BETSY PEMBROKE American hisfory, audio-visual, sfaqo crew HELEN PETERSON cooking, homemaking, cafeleria I4 VERNA PHILLIPS HUTSE 1 Av' 4 w QW ,4""" .,w,g5,,, :FM 4 fy WH wzzw vi v J ' 'N f - ' - STIE N A .,. s ggi 2? 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Morgan, Dave Johnson, Lorraine Hommord, Ken Daioe, Adele Carey, Rowland Coad, Wall' Youngblood, E'dilh Sull, Al Wellman. I8 n THIS IS CUR SENIOR YEAR Senior picfures. gown fiflrings, sfirrinq Senior ProbIems Ieciures and The Senior Men ai' a raIIy . . . in Ihe spring . . . Senioriiis and I7inaIIy on a warm June afI'ernoon iI's over, and Ieff are Hue 'Friends we've made and Hue memories of our Iasi' year ai AcaIanes, THE CLASS 0F 1954 The graduaring class of 1954 may well be proud of Hs oulsrandinq record during Jrhe four years a+ Acalanes. l-lard work and co-operalrion were 'flue 'rneme of Jrlwis class, and any project large or small, was mel' wH'l1 an enrlwusiasm rarely +0 be malclwed. High sclwolasric and alhlefic aclwievemenl' plus a successful social calendar was climaxed loy Mardi Gras, llwe senior ball for l954. John Wafkins, cifizen- ship repg Chris Swanson-, freasurerg Don Raihien, presidenfg Bob Dwighf, secrefaryg Dino Pozzobon, vice- presidenfg Joan McAdams, social secrefaryg Rod Kisfinger, cifizenship rep. CHARLES DANIEL AIMAN-Math Major, Block A, Track Manager 2, 3, Plans to go to C.C.J.C., hobbies are hunting and fishing. DELBERT WILLAMS ALLISON-Hobby is listening to records, plans to work. HANS ALTORFER-Math major, C.S.F. 2, 3, Acalhonors 1, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Chips 3, plans to study law. PEBBLE JUNE AMSON-llPeb", Business major, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is dancing, will go to business school. KAREN DONNA ANDERSON-Transferred from Berkeley High 2, Audio-Visual 4, likes bop records, plans to attend Armstrong Business College. LAWRENCE EDNIUND ANDERSON-Music major, Band 1, 2, sec. 3, drum major 4, office help 1, plans to go to college. MARY LOU ANTONS--Business major, Acalhonors, 1, 2, 4, Office 4, hobby is music, plans to go to college. RICHARD EDWARD AUSTIN-History major, Chips 2, Football 2, Baseball 3, Football manager 4, will attend J.C. SELMA ANN AWEEKA-llSeIm", Student Council 2, Band 3, Dance 2, 3. 4, Girl's Chorus 1, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 4, bound for college. LINDA LEE BAKER-"Lin", Class Soc. Sec 1, Acalhonors 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Span. Hon. Soc., hobby is skiing, plans to go to college. DONNA JEAN BARNETTE-Spanish, math major, C.S.F. 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Y-Teen 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, bound for college. BARBARA KAY BATES-'lKay", Commercial major, dislikes the dentist, plans to work. MARY ANN BATES--'lSanta Claus", Spanish major, Span. Hon. Soc. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, hobby is skiing, plans to go into nursing at U.C. SHERWOOD LEONARD BATT-"Woodie", Science major, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 4, likes jazz, is going to college. CAROL PATRICIA BECKMAN-Transfer from Fremont High 3, French major, hobby is reading, will go to Cal. BARBARA LEE BEDWELL-"Barbie", Transfer from Elmhurst Jr. High, Science, Home Ec. major, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, hobby is sewing, plans to attend San Jose State. NANCY ANN BEGLEY-"Nan", Transfer from Fitchburg, Mass. 3, Language giajor, Span. Hon. Scc. 3, 4, likes stuffed animals, going to San Jose tate. MAXWELL TAFT BENNETT-"Max", Shop, Science major, Golf 2, plans to attend C.C.J.C. LEE JAY BENSON-"Bense", Transfer from Alameda, History, Math major, Track 4, plans to go to college. ALICIA AUGUSTINE BETTENARDI-Art major, hobby is swimming, plans to attend art school. BARBARA BISHOP-Transfer from Piedmont 4, Math major, C.S.F. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, plans to attend Stanford. JAN BLACK-History major, hobby is sewing, plans to go to college. GEORGE EUGENE BODWAY-Math, Science major, Basketball 1,lTrack 1, Swimming 1, 2, college bound. LEE JAMES BONGAARTS-Shop major, plans to work in a lumber camp. BEVERLY BRANCH-Language major, C.S.F. 2. 3, Acalhonors 4, Drama 1, 3, Span. Hon. Soc, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, plans for college. ROBIN K. BRINGOLF-Shop major, likes to work on his car, plans to attend C.C.J.C. GEORGE BROHMAN-Shop major, hobbies include hunting and fishing, plans to work. DAVID ANTHONY BROWN-Transfer from Courtland High 4, Math major, C.S.F. 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, going to college. SALLY ANN BROWN-Transfer from Tech High, likes riding horses, plans to be a slewardess. LARRY RICHARD BUSBY-"Buzz", History major, Library 3, Football, plans to attend J.C. MARY SUZANNE BUSBY-Transfer from Virginia, Art major, Student Council 1, Mixed Chorus 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Ski Club 3, plans to go to college. GLENDA BUTTERFIELD-"Red", Art, Business major, plans to work. MAVOURNEEN ANN BYRNS-"Miki"5 Spanish major5 C.S.F. 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 35 likes classical music5 plans to go into Dental Hygiene. ROBERT IRVINE CARLSON-"Bob"5 Art, Science major5 Student Council 35 C.S.F. 2, 35 Boy's Fed. Treas. 45 Block A 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 plans for college. JOAN ANN CARROLL-"Ace"5 Business major5 hobby is raising dogs and horses5 plans to go to business college. JOHN DAVID CHAMPLIN-"Champ"5 Music major5 Student Council 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Block A 2, 3, 45 Chips 15 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 B Basketball 15 plans to go to work. EDWARD TAYLOR CHARLTON-'lTed"5 Shop major5 hobby is cars5 plans to join the Navy. PAUL DOMENIC CIANFICHI-Math major5 C.S.F. 15 Acalhonors 35 hobbies are hunting and fishing. GARY GEORGE CLAUSSENIUS-Music major5 Band 2, 3, Student director 45 likes music5 plans to be a minister. SHARON LEE COCKBURN-ilShare"5 Dance 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 plans to go to college. JERALD ARTHUR COMBS-l'Jerry"5 Math major5 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 45 Aklan 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Ski Club 45 going to college. ARLO ARTHUR COMPHER-Music major5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 likes music5 plans to go to J.C. PHILIP WILLOUGHBY CONDIT-'lPhil"5 Spanish, Science major5 Block A 3, 45 Swimming 3, 45 plans to go to college. LORETTA VIVIAN COOK-Art major5 Dance 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 plans to go to College of Arts and Crafts. ROBERT GRANT COPELAND-l'Jerry"5 Audio-Visual 45 Stage crew 45 hobby is radio5 plans for Naval Electronics. CAROL MARIE! COSTA-Business major5 Band 3, 45 hobby is dancing5 plans to wor . GERALD HENRY CULLEN-l'Jerry"5 Transfer from Diablo5 History major5 Acalhonors 15 Band 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Swimming 25 going to college. BARBARA SUE CULVER-"Sue"5 Transfer from Alameda 45 Class Sec. 25 Student Council 35 Acalhonors 1, 2, 3. ROBERT EMSLEY CURTIS-Math major5 Ski Club 45 hobbies are hunting and fishing5 plans to go to college. JOHN G. DANNA-Transfer from Grant High5 Music major5 Blueprint'3, Ad Manager 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 dislikes beans5 plans to work. JOHN ROGER DAVEY-Shop, Math major5 hobbies are hunting and fishing5 going to J.C. FAYE DAVIS-Math, Language major5 Class Treas. 25 Student Council 35 C.S.F. 35 Dance 3, 45 Girl's Chorus 15 Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 G.A.A. 3, 45 Girl's League Treas. 45 Ski Club 45 plans to go to college. JAMES MYRL DAVIS-llJim"5 Language major5 Student Council 1, 45 C.S.F. 15 Acalhonors 25 Drama 45 Chips 1, 2, 3, 45 B Basketball 1, 25 Base- ball 1, 25 hobby is the piano5 plans to go to C.0.P. ARTHUR LOYD DELERAY-x'Art"5 Math major5 Student Council 2, 45 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual 2, 3, 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 35 Block A 3, 45 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Los Amigos 3, 45 plans to go to Cal. JAMES B. DEKORNE-Shop major5 hobby is hunting5 plans to work. GARY EVAN DELYRIA-Shop major5 hobby is hunting5 plans to join the Navy. CAROLYN JEAN DEMETER-"Diameter"5 Language, Science major, Student Body Sec. 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 C.S.F. 2, 3, 45 Acalhonors 1, 25 Stage crew 1, 25 Library 35 Rally Comm. 3, 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 15 Treas. 2, Sec. 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Statesmen 35 GirI's League Rep. 35 Girl's State Rep. 35 Sportsmanship Rating Com. 3, 45 plans to go to college. VIRGIL FRED DENHART-llFred"5 History major5 hobby is hunting5 going to college. ILSE DIX-Art major5 Student Council 35 Dance 45 Drama 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 plans to go to Reed College. MARY EMMA DIXON-Transfer from Castlemont5 Jr. Red Cross 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 plans to he a bookkeeper. DICK ALLEN DOBELL-Transfer from Berkeley5 Math major5 Class Treas. 25 Boy's Chorus 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Swimming 2, 35 going to college. SYLVIA DODSON-Business major5 Acalhonors 1, 2, 35 Drama 25 hobby is horseback riding5 plans to go to Armstrong College. JOAN MICHAEL dD0l.:GHERTY-"lljlil6e"5 History major5 hobby is cooking oreign oo 5 p ans to go to . . GAY IRIS DOUGLASS-Spanish, Music major5 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girl's Chorus 15 Drama 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 35 plans to go to college. RICHARD EDWARD DOTY-"Dick"5 Art, Math major5 Acalhonors 25 Stage crew 1, 25 hobbies are hunting and fishing5 going to J.C. ALAN THURSTON DUNHAM-i'Al"5 Math major5 Acalhonors 25 Football 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45 plans to study architecture. JULIA DUNN-l'Judy"5 Spanish major, Acalhonors 2, 35 Blueprint 35 Dance 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 35 G.A.A. 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Los Amigos 3, Sec.-Treas. 45 Jr. Statesmen 25 Pompon Girl 45 going to college. LORRAINE DENA DURANTE-l'Lorrie"5 Spanish major5 Span. Hon. Soc. 15 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 going to U.C. MARSHALL B. DUTTON-Transfer from Menlo 45 History major5 hobby is building up cars5 plans to go to Cal Poly. ROBERT BOLMAN DWIGHT-l'Bob"5 Transfer from South Pasadena5 History major5 Class Sec. 45 Student Council 45 C.S.F. 25 Acalhonors 3, 45 Blueprint 45 Block A 2, 3, 45 Basketball 35 Baseball 2, 3, 45 going to study business at Stanford. JOHN FRANCIS EARLY III-Spanish major5 Aklan 25 Blueprint 1, 35 Audio- Visual 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage crew 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 going to San Jose State. ROBERT CLYDE EBERHART--"Bob"5 Math, Spanish major5 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 45 Acalhonors 15 Blueprint 15 Span. Hcn. Soc. 3, Pres. 25 J.V. Football 25 going to study business at Stanford. GEORGE BENJAMIN EDGAR-llBen"5 Math major5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Block A 3, 45 Chips 25 J.V. Baseball 25 going to J.C. RUSS K. ELLISON-Transfer from San Leandro High 45 C.S.F. 1, 2, 35 Cargo 35 Rally Com. 35 Drama 2, 35 plans to study medicine. CAROLYN LOUISE ENGLE-Math major5 likes music5 going to Cal. LORRAINE E. ENGLISH-Transfer from New York.: Math maior5 Yell Leader 25 Class Treas. 15 likes to play golf5 plans to go to college. LANNY DALE ERICKSON-Math, Science major5 C.S.F. 35 Acalhonors 1, 2, 45 Audio-Visual 2, 3, 45 Stage crew 15 Drama 15 Span. Hon. Soc. 35 plans to go to U.C. EMILY MARIE FARA-"Smudge"5 Language major5 C.S.F. 2, 35 Acalhonors 1, 2, 35 plans to go to college. SHOREN HENRY FENTON-Industrial major5 Football 15 hobbies are hunting and cooking5 plans to be a cook. MELVIN NEIL FERRARESE-History major5 Block A 2, 35 Chips 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 plans to go to college. BART FERRO-History major5 Block A 3, Pres. 45 Chips 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 plans to go to J.C. BEVERLY FRANCES FIBUSH-'iBeaver"5 Business major5 G.A.A. 2, 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 plans to go to J.C. DAVID KENT FIBUSH-Math, Science major5 C,S.F. 25 hobby is horses5 plans to go to college. ROGER IVAN FLEISS-Math major5 hobbies are fishing, hunting and swim- ming5 plans to go to college. GEORGE ALLEN FORTADO-Industrial malor5 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Block A 3, 45 Chips 1, 25 Fo'tball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball' 1, 2, 35 hobby is cars5 plans to join the Navy. SUSAN BOWMAN FOWLER-'lSue"5 Language major5 Student Council 35 C.S.F. 45 Acalhonors 35 Library 45 Span. Hon, Scc. 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 Pompon Girl 45 going to college. AUDREY LYNN FRICKE-Transfer from Calistfga High 25 History major5 hobby is horseback riding5 plans to become a model. JOHN CLIFFORD FRIEDMAN-l'Jack"5 Transfer from Chicago5 Math, Spanish major5 Acalhonors 25 plans to go to college. JUDITH EDSON FRY-"Judy"5 Art, Math major5 C.S.F. 45 Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 45 Aklan Copy Editor 45 French Club 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Publicity Com. 45 plans to take Medical Art at U.C. JANET GOORDIN GAILLARD-"Jan"5 Language, Science major5 Student Council 45 Library 3, 45 Drama 35 Jr. Red Crcss 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 plans to go to college. FLORENCE JEANETTE GARBUTT-l'Florrie"5 Art, Math major5 Acalhonors 2, 35 hobby is swimming5 plans to go to J.C. PATRICIA JEAN GARDINER-"Pat"5 Spanish maior5 Class Sec. 15 Acalhonors 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 45 plans to be a nurse, PUANANI JOAN GARRISON-'lPui"5 Transfer from Hawaii 25 Science, Math major5 Student Body Treas. 45 Student Council 45 C.S.F. 2, 35 Rally Com. 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 G.A.A. 2, 4, Vice-Pres 35 Ski Club 3, 45 plans to attend U.C.L.A. ALEXANDRIA PHYLLIS GORDON-'lSandra"5 Spanish major5 Acalhonors 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 hobbies are skiing and dancing5 plans to go to college. NORWELL ELIOT GORDON-"Nor"5 Transfer from Martinez Jr. High 25 Science major5 Audio-Visual 2, 3, 45 Stage crew 2, 3, 45 plans to attend C.0TP. BARBARA PEARL GRAY-Spanish major5 Student Council 45 C.S.F. 2, 3, 45 Dance 2, 3, 45 Girl's Chorus 15 Jr. Statesmen 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 plans to attend U.C. ROBERT A. GRAY-"Bob", Transfer from Illinois 2, Science, Math majors, Student Body pres. 4, Student council 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Comm. 4, Rally Comm. 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Block A 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, plans to go to college. PAT JOSEPHINE GREGG-Math, Business majors, C.S.F. 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is sports, plans to go to college. IRVIN ALLISON GROTH-History major, Blueprint photographer 4, hobby is photography, plans to go to J.C. JACK WHEELAN GROTH-History major, Blueprint 3, photographer 4, Audio- Visual 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, plans to go to J.C. JOAN ROCHELLE HAESLOOP-Transfer from Tech. High 2, Spanish, Science majors, Span. Hon. Soc. 4, G.A.A. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, plans for Pre- medical at U.C. PAUL SPENCER HAIGHT-Transfer from San Leandro High 2, Science, Math majors, Band 2, 3, Dance band 2, Track 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Basketball 4, Chips 4, hobby is trumpet playing, plans to attend U.C. GILBERT RICHARD HANAWALT-"Gil", Math major, Block A 3, 4, Chips 1, 2, Football 2,4, Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 4, hobby is hunting. JAMES ANDREW HART-'lJim", Math, Language majors, C.S.F. 2, 3, Acalhonors 2, 3, Block A 3, 4, Chips 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, plans to attend C.O.P, BRIAN ERROL HASSLER-Math major, plans to go to college. LOUISE BETTS HAYES-Transfer from Sir Francis Drake 3, Science major, Rally Comm. 2, Mixed Chorus 2, dislikes diets and likes food, plans for elementary teaching. THOMAS ALLEN HEFNER-l'Tom", Transfer from San Ramon 4, History major, Stage crew 3, Rally Com. 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Mixed Chorus 4, Orchestra 1, Drama 2, 3, Chips 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, plans to join the navy. PETER JOHN HEGERLE-"Pete", Math major, Block A 4, Chips 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, hobby is skiing, plans to go to college. PAUL WARREN HENDERSON-"Henry", Science, Art major, Chips 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Swimming 1, hobby is cars, plans to attend San Jose State. BARBARA HARRIET HENDRIX-"Alaska", Business major, plans to work. JERRY WARREN HOFF-"Jer", Math major, likes sports, plans to go to college. DENNIS L. HOLLENBECK-"Denny", Math, shop major, Football 1, 2, 4, Track 1, 2, plans to work. DONNA RAE HOOPER-Transfer from Holy Rosary Acad., Math, Language major, Mixed chorus 3, 4, hobby is swimming, plans to go to college. GARY HAROLD HOWERTON-Transfer from Woodrow Wilson Jr. High 2, Math major, Block A 3, 4, Chips 2, Football 2, 3, 4, plans to go to college. MARY TANIA HUDD-Art, Language majors, C.S.F. 1, 3, Sec. 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, college bound. RICHARD GAIL HULL-t'Dick", Math, Science majors, Stage crew 1, 2, Block A 4, Chips 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, Pres. 4, hobby is fishing, plans to go to J.C. EDWIN WILLIAM HUNT-'tEddie", Shop major, Library 4, Block A 2, 3, Chips 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, plans to work. HARRIETTE PAULINE HUTMAN-"Dusty", Transfer from Texas 4, hobby is horseback riding, plans to go to college. ROBERT WALTER JACKSON-"Bob", Spanish major, hobby is hunting and cars, plans to attend J.C. MARILYN MARIE JEFFRIES-Transfer from Fricke Jr. High 1, Spanish major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 2, 4, Blueprint 1, 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Ski Club 4, plans to go to college. BRADFORD BAILEY JOHANSON-'lBrad", Math, Science majors, Class vice-pres. 1, Mixed Chorus 3, Boy's Chorus 1, Chips 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 1, Swimming 3, plans to go to college. MARY ALICE JOHNS-Science major, Class sec. 3, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 3, Acalhonors 3, 4, Aklan Sr. Ed. 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Girl's League Pres. 4, hobby is sewing, plans to go into nursing at U.C. HAROLD K. JOHNSON-"Doc", Math major, Mixed Chorus 2, Golf 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, hobby is playing golf, going to college. JERRIE LEE JOHNSON-Transfer from Diablo, Business major, Student Council 3, likes popular music, will attend S.F. State. RICHARD ARVID JOHNSON-"Richie", Math, Science, Language majors, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, pres. 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, Ski Club 4, hobby is mountain climbing, will attend U.C. THOMAS COLBY JOHNSON-"Tom", Transfer from Georgia, Math, Science Riajgrs, Acalhonors 1, hobby is sport cars, plans to attend a Naval ca emy. JUANITA LOUISE KAVANAUGH-Transfer from Castlemont, Art major, hobby is painting. ARNOLD blI:USSEL KENNERLEY-llRus", Industrial major, Football 1, o y is cars. ROBERT ROTH KESSLER-"Bob"5 Math Science major5 plans to go to college. KENT ROGER KINCAID-History major5 hobby is boating5 going to college. ROBERT CONNOR KINNEY-"Bob"5 Transfer from San Gabriel 35 Math major5 Span. Hon. Soc. 45 Block A 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 35 plans to attend U.C.L.A. RODNEY ALBERT KISTINGER-"Kiss"5 Language, Math major5 Student Council 2, 45 Citizenship Comm. 2, 3, 45 Rally Comm. 3, 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Block A 45 Chips 2, 3, 45 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 going to U.C.L.A. THOMAS JOHN KLEMENT-"Dinkus"5 Industrial major5 Class Pres. 15 Student Council 1, 45 Rally Comm. Pres. 45 Chips 15 Swimming 15 joining the Navy. ROBERTA ELAINE KROTZ-l'Bobbie"5 Spanish major5 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance 3, 45 Los Amigos Pres. 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Soc. Sec. 45 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Pompon Girl 45 going to college. WILLIAM MILLER LADDISH-'lBill"5 Math, Science major5 C.S.F. 1, 25 Acalhonors 35 likes National Guard5 plans to go to college. MARY LYNN LAHEY-llNini"5 Art major5 hobby is drawing5 going to college. JOHN PARRY LAIRD-Math, Language major5 Block A 45 Football 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Golf 15 Ski Club 3, 45 hobby is hunting and fishing5 plans to attend U.C. ROBERT JAMES LAIRD-'1Jim"5 History major5 Block A5 Track 3, 45 hobby is swimming5 college bound. LENORE LOUISE LAMB--'lLennie"5 French, Math major5 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance 3, 45 Student Council 45 French Club 2, 3, Pres. 45 Ski Club 35 Treas. 45 going to Stanford. JAMES LARSEN-"Jimmy"5 History major5 Student Council 25 Blueprint 15 Audio-Visual 45 Stage crew 35 Mixed Chorus 25 Block A 25 Football 15 college bound. MARLENE JO LARSEN-Transfer from San Francisco5 Art major5 Newspaper Art Editor 15 Mixed Chorus 45 G.A.A. 1, 25 plans to attend C.O.P. GLORIA MAE LASSEN-t'Gigi"5 Business major5 Drama 3, 45 hobby is swimming5 college bound. MARK FORMAN LAURENSON-Industrial major5 Track 35 hobby is cars5 plans to attend Cal Poly. JOHN EDWARD LAVALLE-'lJack"5 Transfer from Piedmont 25 Science major5 hobby is ornithology5 going to college. WILLIAM JOSEPH LAVALLE-Transfer from Piedmont 25 History major5 hobby is having wild anmials as pets5 going to Davis. LEONARD RALPH LAW-Transfer from Piedmont5 Shop major5 hobby is roller skating5 plans to join the Navy. LEONARD WAYNE LAWSON-Math, Science major5 C.S.F. 35 hobby is swimming5 plans to study engineering at U.C. PATRICIA AILEEN LEDDY-uPat"5 History major5 Audio-Visual 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 likes convertibles5 plans to attend S.F. State. RAE LITTLEJOHN-llRaisin"5 Spanish major5 Span. Hon. Soc. 45 G.A.A. 45 hobby is swimming5 going to University of Oregon. LESTER JOHN LLOYD--'lJack"5 Math major5 Student Council 45 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 45 Aklan 2, 3, Editor 45 Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage crew 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 engineering at Cal. JACQUELINE LLOYD-"Jackie"5 Language major5 C.S.F. 3, 45 Span Hon. Soc. 45 Ski Club 2, 45 likes to travel5 will attend U.C. SHIRLIAN DOROTHEA LONERGAN-Music major5 Band 2, 3, 45 Drama 3, 45 likes to swim5 will attend San Jose State. PHILLIP H, LOWTHIAN-llDuck"5 Spanish major5 Block A 2, 3, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 going to college. JOAN ALMA IEUCAS-History major5 hobbies are swimming and tennis5 plans to wor . EDWARD LEROY LUCAS-'lEd"5 Shop major5 Track 1, 25 hobbies are cars and planes5 plans to join the Air Force. SELMA THERESE LUEBKEMAN-Transfer from Oakland5 Science major5 G.A.A. 15 manager 25 plans to work. ROBERT JOHN LUECK-Math, Science, Spanish major5 Acalhonors 3, 45 Golf 15 Ski Club 35 likes to play golf5 college bound. MARITA LYON-Language major5 C.S.F. 2, 35 Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 45 Aklan 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 will attend college in Vermont. LYLAS JEAN LYNN-Language major5 C.S.F. 3, 45 French Club 2, 45 Dance 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 College bound. KEITH CYRILLE LYTLE-"Cicero"5 Math major5 Block A 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball manager 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming manager 1, 2, 3, 45 going to college. JOAN FRANCES McADAMS-llPuddles", Spanish major, Class Treas. 3, Class Soc. Sec. 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 4, Acalhonors 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Ski Club 4, college bound. HUGH ROBERT MCBRIDE-Math major, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, Audio-Visual 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, Chips 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 4, going to college. JO ANN McCULLOUGH-"Jo", Business major, plans to work after graduation. PATRICIA LOUISE McCURDY-NPat", Music, Art major, Acalhonors 2, Blue- print 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, hobby is singing, going to J.C. DIANE CHRISTINE McFADDEN-'lDi", Business major, likes to dance, plans to attend a dental school. PATRICIA LEE McMACKEN-"Pat", Spanish, Business major, C.S.F. 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, plans to be a medical secretary. JANICE CAROL McNAMARA-I'Jan", Spanish, Commercial major, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, going to U.C. DALE ARLENE MADEIROS-C.S.F. 3, Acalhonors 1, 2, Drama 2, 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, likes to ice skate. GEORGE EMMETT MALVEY-Mech Drawing major, Football 1, 2, likes amateur boxing, going into the Navy. REYNOLD GEORGE MARIN-Transfer from Berkeley High, Shop major, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, going into the service. RICHARD TWAIN MARSAN-Math major, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, likes boats and cars, going into J.C. DON RICHARD MARSHALL-Shop, Band major, likes to work with wood, going to Naval School. CLAUDIA THERESA MATTIODA-"Claud", Science, Math, Language major, Acalhonors 2, 3, 4, Girl's Chorus 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, going into nursing. CAROL ANN MAXHAM-Business major, Girl's Chorus 2, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, likes swimming, going to business college. TRUDY VIRGINIA MEIER-Language major, C.S.F. 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girl's Chorus 2, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, going to nursing school. NAIDA JEAN MERRY-"Nebober", Math major, C.S.F. 1, 2, Acalhonors 2, 3, Rfally Comm. 32:13, G.A.A. 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Girl's League Vice-Pres 4, panstogoto a. DAVID WILLIAM MEYER-"Dave", Math major, likes swimming, plans to go to college. SANDRA LYNN MEYER-"Sandy", History major, G.A.A. 1, Ski Club 4, plans to go to C.0.P. DENNIS TRUMAN MIDZOR-Transfer from Castlemont High, Math major. BARBARA DEE MILLER-Business major, Acalhonors 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, going to Armstrong Business College. CAROL LOUISE MILLER-"Lefty", Spanish major, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, going to college down south. MARILYN EYVONNE MILLER-Business major, going to get married. WILLIAM FREDRICK MILLER-"Bill", Student Council 2, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Library 3, Band 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, going to University of Washington. STUART ALLEN MITCHELL-"Stu", Transfer from Fremont 2, Math, Science, Language major, Student Council 3, C.S.F. 1, 2, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Block A 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, going to Santa Clara. MYRNA RUTH MORGAN-Buiness major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, going to college. MARGARET ANN MORRISON-UPeg", Transfer from Tech High, C.S.F. 3, 4, gragna 3, Art Club 2, likes art, plans to go to College of Arts and ra ts. PATRICIA ANN MORIARTY-"Pat", Business major, transfer from San Lean- dro, Acalhonors, 2, 3, Girl's Chorus 2, Ski Club 4, going to work, JANET LUCILLE MORRIS-l'Jan", Math, Music major, C.S.F. 2, Acalhonors 1, 5,036 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4, Girl's Chorus 1, 2, Drama 3, 4, going to . . . JACK BRADFORD MOSHER-Science major, likes to read, going to J.C. WILLIAM PENN MOTT-t'Bill", Math, Language major, Span. Hon. Soc. 4, going to college. STAN ROYAL MUMFORD-Science, Math major, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Block A 4, Chips 1, 2, J.V, Baseball 1, 2, going to college. RICHARD ALAN MUNN-l'Rich", Math, Science major, Acalhonors 2, 3, Block A 3, 4, Chips 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, going to Cal. MARTIN JOSEF MURPHY-Science major5 Block A 45 Chips 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 going to college. ROBERT BRUCE MUSE-'lRobin"5 Spanish major5 Student Council 35 Blue- print 15 Swimming 35 hobbies are swimming and boating5 college bound. JAMES RUSSELL MYERS-"Jim"5 Music major5 Mixed Chorus 45 going to work. WILLIAM SHORB NEEDHAM-"Bud"5 Math, Science major5 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 C.S.F. 25 Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 45 Aklan 3, 45 Blueprint 1, 25 Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage crew 1, 2, 3, manager 45 Library 1, 35 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 4, Pres. 35 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 engineering at Cal. ROY JOHN NELSON-Math major5 likes cars5 going to college. GARY A. NEWFARMER--Mech drawing major5 Blueprint 25 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 going to E.C.'C.J.C. PATRICIA JOYCE NUNLEY-l'Pat"5 Art major5 Acalhonors 15 Girl's League Sec. 45 Girl's Chorus 1, 25 Jr. Red Cross 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 going to S.F. State. PETER SKENE OGDEN-Transfer from Berkeley5 likes cars5 going into the Air Force. JOSEPH L. OLIVER-l'Joe"5 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Block A 2, 35 Chips 1, 25 Football 45 going to E.C.C.J.C. NANCY JANE ORR-'lStinky"5 Art major5 Acalhonors 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 going to S.F. State. RAY L. ORR-Math major5 C.S.F. 15 Acalhonors 1, 25 Block A 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 25 Football 45 Basketball 35 Track 1, 25 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 headed for University of Colorado. GERALD JOSEPH ORTLAND-"Jerry"5 History major5 Chips 2, 35 Football 3, 45 Baseball 1, 25 Track 1, 25 plans to go to University of Washington. DIAN CARYL OSBORN-"Ozzie"5 Music, Science major5 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl's Chorus 1, 25 G.A.A. 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 15 going to C.O.P. ROBERT EARL OSBORN-'lBob"5 Math, Science major5 Band 2, 35 Football 25 going into the Army. RAYMOND LEROY OSLIN-"Ozzie"5 Math major5 Football 1, 25 Baseball 15 Track 2, 3, 45 going to Western Baptist Bible College. THORA ANN OSS-Transfer from Panahou School, Honolulu5 Math major5 Acalhonors 25 Office 45 going to Cal. GAETON JOSEPH PANFILI-"Sonny"5 Math major5 Block A 45 Chips 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 going to J.C. ANITA JEAN PARKHILL-Transfer from Everett Jr. High5 Art major5 hobby is art5 plans to attend C.C.J.C. NANCY ANN PARSONS-"Huh"5 French, Art major5 Dance 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 35 hobby is piano5 plans for college. LOUANN PEARSON-"Louie"5 Language, Math major5 C.S.F. 25 Acalhonors 35 Drama 2, 35 Span. Hon Soc. 2, 35 Ski Club 45 plans to go to college. PAUL ROBERT PAUSTIAN-Shop major5 hobby is water sports5 plans for J.C. RICHARD RHODES PEPPIN-"Dick"5 Science, Music, Math major5 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Drama 2, 3, 45 hobby is tennis5 headed for Cal. FRANK EUGENE PERRY-Math, Language major5 Acalhonors 35 Audio-Visual 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Drama 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 plans for St. Mary's. MARY ANN PESHON-Language, Science major5 C.S.F. 35 Acalhonors 1, 2, 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 hobby is the piano5 going to San Jose State. GENE JOSEPH PEYRET-Math major5 Swimming 2, 35 hobby is cars5 plans to attend Davis. JAMES LOUIS PITTO-Math major5 Student Council 45 C.S.F. 2, 35 Acal- honors 35 Blueprint 3, Editor 45 Chips 35 Track 1, 25 Fcotbail 1, 25 Los Amigos 45 plans to study law. MARGARET GRACE PORTER--"Peggy"5 Math, Music major5 C.S.F. 1, 25 Acalhonors 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girl's Chorus 1, 25 Drama 45 Jr. Statesmen 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 45 college bound. DINO ROGER POZZOBON-"Dean"5 Science, Math major5 Class Vice-Pres. 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 45 Chips 25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 hobby is music5 plans for college ROBERT WILLIAM PROBERT-Transfer from Diablo High 45 Science major5 likes sports and cars5 plans to become a writer. EVELYN MAY PURTLE-"Evie"5 Transfer from Tech High5 Business major5 hobby is bowling5 going to J.C. LINDA LOU- PYLE-Spanish major5 Library 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Ski Club 45 likes dancing and Nat King Cole5 will attend C.O.P. GEORGE WILLIAM RAMSEY-Shop major5 Chips 1, 25 Baseball 15 Track 25 hobby is cars5 plans to fly with the Navy. DAVID W. RANDLE-'lDave'f, Business major, going to go to college. EDWARD HARRIS RANKIN-Math major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, hobbies are stamps and coins, plans for college. DONALD BARNETT RATHJEN-"Don", Math major, Class Pres. 4, Student Council 3, 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Comm. 3, 4, Aklan 4, Ad. Mgr. 3, Rally Comm. 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, Block A 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, will attend Stanford. ROBERT T. REARK-'lPud", Math, Language majors, C.S.F. 3, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Block A 3, 4, Chips 2, Footbali 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, college bound. TED JOHN REEDY-Music, Shop majors, Band 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is cars, plans to work. GEORGE LOUIS REICHERT-Math, Language major, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio- Visual 3, 4, Blueprint 1, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Statesmen 3, 4, plans to go to college. GAIL ELEANOR REINHART-Transfer from Klamath Falls, Oregon, Spanish major, Acalhonors 3, Blueprint 4, Drama 2, 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, will attend U.C. RENEE VIVIAN REITER--Music, business majors, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girl's Chorus 1, 2, likes music, will attend Merritt Business School. VIRGINIA BEATRICE RICHARD-"Ginny", Science, clothing major, C.S.F. 3, 4, hobby is sewing, plans to enter nursing school. DIANE JOYCE ROBERTSON-Business major, Head Yell Leader 4, Student Council 4, C.S.F. 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 2, Rally Comm. 4, Dance 1, 2, 3, 4, likes art, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, will' attend Mebbe College. JUDITH MARIAN ROETHLISBERGER-'lJudy", Language, Science major, g.SI.F. 3, 4, Acalhonors 2, Drama 3, 4, likes music, going to Reed o ege. JANE SUTTON ROGERS-"Janie", Language, Science major, Acalhonors 2, 3, S, Sgan. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, college oun . MARIETTA ROGERS-"Jolly", Language major, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 4, hobby is horses, will go to college. CHAPMAN LEE ROSE-Transfer from Oakland High 4, Language major, Library 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Drama 3, Track 3, going to go to college. JUDITH ROUNDS-UMax", Art, Math majors, Class Soc. Sec. 2, Student Council 2, 4, Los Amigos 4, Rally Comm. 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Rep. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, hobby is horses, going to the Olympics. FREDERIC CLARK ROWELL--"Rick", Transfer from Stillwater Cove Ranch School, hobbies are hunting and guns, plans to go to college. ANN VOLNEY ROWLAND-Art major, Student Council 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 4, Treas. 3, hobbies are skiing and swimming, plans to go to college. ROBERT SIAMON-"Sam", History major, hobby is horseback riding, plans to e a rancher. RICHARD KARL SCHAEFER-Science, Math majors, hobbies are hunting and fishing, plans to go to college. CARL ANTON SCHAEFFER-Shop major, hobbies are camping and boating, going into the Navy. EDITH JOAN SCHEUER-l'Joanie", History major, Acalhonors 3, Library 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Dance 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Brunch 4, Office worker 2, 4, will attend S.F. State. ANNETTE SCHNEIDER-'lBaby", Transfer from Delano, Business major, plans to get married. WALTER JOHN SCHNEIDER-"Walt", Science, Math major, Acalhonors 4, hobbies are radio and electronics, plans to study engineering at U.C. LOUIS WILLIAM SCHREPEL-"Lou", Transfer from Oakland High 2, Science, Math, Music majors, Class Pres. 1, Acalhonors 4, Library 3, 4, Rally Comm. 4, Band 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Block A 3, 4, Chips 2, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Track 3, 4, Ski Club 4, will study Pre-Med at Stanford. KARL SCHROEN-Science major, hobby is collecting guns, plans to study Vet.-Med. at Davis. NANCY ALLENE SEIBERT-Home Ec. major, Acalhonors 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Ski Club 4, hobby is sewing, plans to attend San Jose State. ELIZABETH SELBY-"Betsy", History major, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, G.A.A. 3, Ski Club 1, likes skiing and Tahoe, plans to attend college in Colorado. IRENE JANET SERPA-Business major, plans to work. GEORGE KEITH SHEETS-Transfer from Logan High Ohio, 3, Woodshop major, hobby is sports, going to trade school. SALLY ANN SHIPLEY-Spanish, Art major, C.S.F. 2, 3, Acalhonors 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, hobby is collecting records, plans to attend U.C. WILLIAM ALAN SIEBERT-"Bill", Math major, Library 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Swimming 1, Tennis 4, will study forestry at Univ. of Washington. MAVIS CMIIILDRED SILVA-Business major, Mixed Chorus 4, will go to Jr. o ege. ARTHUR LEROY SILVEIRA-'lPee Wee"5 Art major5 Chips 35 Baseball 2, 35 hobby is playing in a dance band5 plans to go to work. ANNA MAE SIMMONS-Art, Math major5 G.A.A. 3, 45 hobby is art5 going to College of Idaho. PRESTON LEE SIMPSON-Transfer from Diablo5 Math major5 likes hunting and fishing5 going to college. MICHAEL PATRICK SMALL-"Mike"5 History major5 Boy's Fed..Sec. 45 Block A 45 Chips 2, 35 Swimming 2, 3, 45 hobby is swimmmg5 will attend San Jose State. SUANNA KOAN SMALL-"Susie"5 Math, Language major5 Student Body Soc. Sec. 45 Class Soc. Sec. 35 Student Council 1, 3, 45 C.S.F. 25 Acalhonors 1, 2, 35 Rally Comm. 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 4, Rep 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 35 Ski Club 45 college bound. CAROLYN LOLA SMITH-Math, Business major5 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 hobbies are swimming and sewing5 will attend San Jose State. EVELYN SMITH-llEvie"5 Transfer from San Lorenzo High 45 Art major5 likes convertibles5 going to college. GAIL HENRIETTE SMITH-Spanish major5 C.S.F. 3, 45 Library 25 Drama 3, 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 3, 45 likes Mexico5 will study dramatics at college. PATRICIA LOUISE SMITH-"Pat"5 Science major5 C.S.F. 2, 35 Acalhonors 1, 35 Jr. Statesmen 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Girl's Chorus 15 Ski Club 45 going into nursing. ROBERT ERNEST SMITH-"Bob"5 Math major5 Football 25 likes hunting and fishing5 plans for Cal. GAIL ANNETTE SNOW-"Tiny Tim"5 Commercial major5 Girl's chorus 15 Office 1, 2, 3, 45 Brunch 45 Ski Club 45 likes Nat King CoIe5 plans to attend Armstrong Business College. GAY ATRICE SNOW- "Midget"5 Business major5 likes "Tenderly"5 going to Armstrong Business College. SHIRLEY ANN SODER-"Slim"5 Art major5 likes Frankie Laine5 going to C.C.J.C. RICHARD HOMER SOMMERS-llDick"5 Math, Science major5 Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 45 Lab Assistant 45 hobby is model raiIroads5 going to U.C. WARREN DEMILTON SOMMERS-Math major5 hobby is boats5 dislikes fisher- men5 will attend J.C. NANCY LEE SOUTHARD-"Tiny"5 Art, Business major5 Acalhonors 15 Ski Club 15 hobby is horseback riding5 will attend Davis. PATRICIA ANNE SPENCER-'lPat"5 Spanish major5 Student Council 45 Jr. Red Cross, Pres. 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Jr. Statesmen 25 Girl's League Rep. 45 Brunch 45 plans to attend U.C. MICHAEL LEIGH SPENCER-"Mike"5 Science, Art major5 Acalhonors 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 Boy's Chorus 1, 25 Ski Club 45 hobby is music5 going to S.F. State. JOHN DAVID SPIEGL-"CoIumbus"5 Science major5 Class Vice-Pres. 35 Student Council 3, 45 Rally Comm. 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Block A 3, 45 Ships! 1, 25 Football 45 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 college oun . DAVID H. STEOFFLER-"Dave"5 Art, Shop major5 Mixed Chorus 45 Swimming 15 Ski Club 1, 25 hobby is cars5 plans to work. JOHN COYER SULLIVAN-History major5 Block A 3, 45 Chips 1, 25 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4. MARY DIANE SUMSION-Transfer from Salt Lake City, Utah 45 Science major5 hobbies are horses and skiing. SHIRLEY ANN SWAIN-Spanish, Science major5 C.S.F. 3, 45 Acalhonors 25 Span.d l-dog. Soc. 3, 45 Jr. Statesmen 45 hobby is sewing5 hopes to atten . . CHRISTINE ALVIDA SWANSON-"Chris"5 French, Math major5 Class Treas. 45HC.S.lg. 18 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 French Club 35 hobby is records5 co ege oun . TOM ARTHUR TALBOTT-Art major5 Mixed Chorus 45 Track 35 likes to play the guitar5 plans for the service. LARRY TRUETT TATE-Transfer from Camino High 45 Math major5 Class Pres. 25 Student Council 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 35 will attend U.C. ROBERT DAVID THAIN-Science major5 Chips 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 25 Swimming 25 hobbies are hunting and fishing5 plans to go to J.C. BARBARA LOUISE TIBBETTS-"Barbie"5 Transfer from Anna Heads 35 Spanish major5 Class Entertainment Chmn. 15 Student Council 1, 25 C.S.F. 3, 45 Acalhonors 3, 45 Citizenship Comm. 15 Yearbook 25 Girl's Chorus 1, 25 Drama 1, 3, 4, Sec. 25 Span. Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 25 Ski Club 1, 2, 45 Art Club 1, 25 School Paper 1, Copy Ed. 25 may go to Stanford. MARILOUISE TINAY-'lMerilou"5 Music, Business major5 Acalhonors 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 G.A.A. 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 hobby is tennis5 going to C.C.J.C. JUDITH ANN TOLAND-"Judy"5 Language, Science major5 Acalhonors 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Girl's Chorus 1, 25 Jr. Statesmen 35 hobby is trying to ski5 college bound. JACK H. TOMLINSON-"Barf"5 Science major5 Acalhonors 45 Blueprint 3, Sports Ed. 45 Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Swimming 35 Ski Club 45 Football 25 Los Amigos Vice-Pres. 45 going to college. CAROL LOUISE TOOMBS-Transfer from Armijo5 Business major5 Mixed Chorus 45 likes Earl Bostic5 wants to be an airline stewardess. BONNIE JEAN TRASKOWSKI-"Irish", Business, Art majors, Mixed Chorus 4, Brunch 4, likes sports, plans to go to J.C. ROBERT JOHN TRESIDDER-"Bob", History major, Football 1, likes football, and basketball games, plans to work. PATRICIA LEE TUNNICLIFF-"Pat", Transfer from Albany 2, Art, Math major, C.S.F. 2, Acalhonors 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Ski Club 4, going to College of Idaho. DOROTHY ANN TURNER-"Dot", Transfer from Notre Dame Academy, Home- making major, likes to travel, going to J.C. GARY ALAN TURNER-Spanish major, Blueprint 3, Feature Ed. 4, Track 2, 3, hobby is cars, going to the Univ. of Washington. GAYLE ANN VANDEN HEUVEL-Art major, G.A.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, going to San Jose State. WILLIAM WOOD WADMAN-t'Bill", Spanish, Music majors, Student Council 1, Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Span. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is collecting guns, going into service. DARRYL BERTON WALLIS-Transfer from San Francisco, Shop major, hobby is swimming, plans to work. BOYD GORDON WATKINS-Math, Science majors, Student Body Vice-Pres. 4, Student Council 3, 4, Rally Comm. 3, 4, Block A 4, Chips Z, 3, Football 3, Track 2, 3, 4, going to J.C., then U.C. JOHN CARROLL WATKINS-Math, Science majors, Class Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Student Council 3, C.S.F. 1, Acalhonors 2, 3, Citizenship Comm. 4, Rally Comm. 3, Block A 4, Chips 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, going to J.C. JAMES DOUGLAS WATKINS-"Jim", Transfer from Berkeley 2, Boy's Yell Leader 3, Student Council 3, Rally Comm. 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, will attend San Jose State. CAROL ANN WECKERLE-"Week", Transfer from Pennsylvania, Science major, C.S.F. 2, 3, 4, Blueprint 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, hobby is collecting miniature elephants, going into nursing. LEONARD JOHN WEED-'IJack", Transfer from Oakland Tech., Math major, Class Vice-Pres. 1, Football 1, likes cars, going to Junior College. PATRICIA WHITE-'lPat", Transfer from San Ramon 2, Science, Art major, Class Vice-Pres. 1, Student Council 1, C.S.F. 1, 2, Drama 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, hobby is art, college bound. TERRY ANNE WHITE-Art major, Student council 4, Aklan Sr. Ed. 4, Audio- Visual 3, 4, Rally Comm. 3, Sec. 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Office 1, 2, 3, 4, Brunch 4, likes skiing, plans to work. JAMES BOOTH WIGGINS-uWiggie", History major, Span. Hon, Soc. 3, Basketball 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, hobbies are skiing, fishing, plans to go to college. CHARLES EDWARD WILENT-l'Eddie", Math, Science majors, C.S.F. 2, 3, 4, Gugio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, hobby is music, plans to study engineering at . . ROBERT ARTHUR WILKS-i'Bob", Transfer from Garfield Jr, High, History major, Mixed Chorus 1, Golf 2, 3, 4, likes swimming and skiing at Tahoe, going to Junior College. RAYMOND KIETH WILLIAMSON-uRay", Math major, Class Treas. 1, Pres. 2, Student Council 2, 4, C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Acalhonors 1, 3, Span. Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Block A 2, 3, 4, Chips 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, likes swimming, going to college. JOHN THOMAS WINROD-"Jake", Shop major, Football 2, 3, likes to work on cars, going to Davis. JAMES HAROLD WISE-IIBruno", Transfer from Tokyo, Japan, Mech. Drawing major, Football 4, Track 4, likes rallies, going to J.C. - LARRY WITTER-Shop major, Library 3, 4, Chips 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, hobbies are hunting, swimming, going to work. JOYCE CHARLOTTE WORLEY-I'Joe", Transfer from Woodland High 4, Busi- ness major, likes to sew, plans to work. GARY RICHARD WRIGHT-Transfer from Woodrow Wilson 4, History major, Rally Comm. 2, 3, likes Joni James, going to College. HERBERT LOUIS YONGE-"Herby", Transfer from Chico High, History major, Chips 3, Football 1, 2, Track 3, Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 4, hobby is stamps, college bound. SENIORS NOT PICTURED DELMAR STEWART DAHL RONALD SCOTT DINKEL CATHRYN FLYNN SALLY ANNE GRUENHAGEN DEARIL GLEN HILL GEARIL LYN HILL JOY MARILYN OLSON VICTON N. SAVALE ELAINE KAREN STOTT 32 A colorful lhree-acl comedy. Anofher sensalional hi+ in The dramalic accomplishmenfs of Acalanes. THE CAST: Gail Smilh as Miss Broolcs Roberf Proberlr as Hugo Longacre Pui Garrison as Jane Jaclc Tomlinson as Ted Wilder Gail Reinharl' as Rhonda Frank Perry as Mr. Waolsworlh Nancy Begley as Miss Finch Jackie Lloyd, Judy Dunn, Peg Morrison, Sylvia Dodson, Naicla Merry, Roberla Krofz, Judy Roelrhlisberger, Bob Dwighf, Phil Lowfhian Carolyn Demeler, Bob Gray, Richard Johnson, Jim Larsen, Larry Tale THE STAFF: Jim Davis-Produclion Slrage Manager Hugh McBride-Properly Manager Donna Barnefle-Librarian Larry Tale-Assislanl Direcfor Kennelh Bailey-Technical Direcfor Be-rl Trulsson-Direclor 34 JUNIORS DON ACKERMAN SUSAN ADAIR WALLY ADAMS VIRGINIA ALLEN GRANT ALLINGER HEIDI ALTORFER JEAN ANDERSEN JOAN ANDERSEN GLORIA ANDERSON KAREN ANDREE JOAN APOSTOLO JANIS ARMSTRONG TERRY ASHE JEANNE BAITX DAVE BALDWIN RICHARD BALL MICHAEL BALLACHEY JOHN BARCHFIELD GAIL BARNUM GERRY BECK MORRIS BERGESEN MIKE BERNEY BRENDA BILLINGTON DAVID BLANEY JAY BLOOM PEGGY BOEVERS JOHN BOHN DAWN BOTTOMLEY MARY BOWMAN CAROL-LYN BRACKETT sue sumosnoou Tom BRENNAN sos anoww JIM. sRowNlNe SHARON BURLEIGH ewsv sums DENNIS BUSBY PAT CAMP SHELDON CARROLL SHEILA CASEY CAROL CASORLA GAIL CHAMPION BOB CHRISTIANSEN BILL CHRISTNER DICK CLARK GEORGE COAD JERRY COAKLEY LARRY COLLINS PAULA COLVIN JOHN CONLEY BEN COOMBS HART CORBETT LYNN COWLING CAROL CREAGER HAZEL CUMMINGS BILL DANFORTH MARILYN DAY JIM DELOS ROGER DEXTER ELIZABETH DIMICK PARKER DINWIDDIE BUD DODGE GERRY DRESS TIM FREEMAN, presideni SUE ADAIR, ci+izenshIp rep. PHIL DUNN BILL ELLERMEYER RICHARD EMERY NELDA ENSLOW ALLEN FARNUM ED FERRO DONALEE FEY PAT FIRESTONE GAIL REINHART NATALIE FREDMAN SALLY FREEDMAN TIM FREEMAN DAVID GOFFNEY JEAN GALBRAITH RON GARCIA ELLEY GARDNER LA VERNE GARNS BILL GARRETT SHIRLEY GEE LOUIS GEISSLER TERRY GINSBURG CELIA GRAY JACK GRAY CATHY GREUB NANCY GRUBER DAVID GRUVER GARY GUDNASON JERE HAGEMAN JERRY HAINES GEORGE HAMPTON ELLEN HANSEN JANET HANSON RICHARD HASKELL JANE HAWORTH DONNA HAYWARD MARILYN HEALY MIKE HENDERSON JOAN HOGUE LELAND HORGAN DONNA HORNIBROOK GAIL HUBBARD ED HUEBBE JOYCE HUDD RON HUFFAKER KATHLEEN HUNTER PHIL HUNTER SILVIA HOWE EVELYN INGWALDSON LINDA JACOBSEN BEVERLY JACUZZI RICHARD JARRETT PENNY JEFFRIES NILS JENSEN JOHN JENSEN SUE JOHANSON JANET JOHNS DEANNA JOHNSON VICTOR JOHNSON WARREN JOHNSON RICHARD JONES SHIRLEY JONES ANN KALBFLEISCH CLAYTON KELLY BOB ROBERTS, vice-presldenf BARBARA STARK, cihzenshlp rep DIANA KERCHEVAL BOB KESSELRING PAT KIERNAN KATHY KILGO CHARLES KNOBLE HAZEL KNOWLTON DAVID KOEHN PAUL KOPS JACK KUENZEL SUE LAMBERTH DONNA LANEY JOHN LARSEN NANCY LEE RICHARD LEE KEITH LESCURE FRED LINCOLN JOYCE LUECK NANCY McCRUM DICK MCDERMED ERIC MCKINLEY IRMA McLEOD MEBANE MCNAIRY BETH MAAS LARRY MAATZ ALAN MACDONALD CLIFF MALLORY DALE MARCELLINI MARY MATLOCK MARGARET MEYER MARCIA MIILU BONNIE MILLER PAUL MILLER TERRY MITCHELL JOANNE MONEY DON MORROW DON MORTARA BARBARA MULLER PAT MYERS BONNIE NASON BOB NEIGHBOR JANET NELSON BOB NIELSON FRANK NORMAND THELMA OCAMPO HUGH OLIPHANT JOHN OLSON DOREEN OLTMAN DON ONG RICHARD OSBORN BARBARA OWEN PERRY PALIN JON PALMER DICK PAPE JERE PATTERSON SONNY PAULOVIC SALLY PEDDER ROBERTA PETERSEN JIM PHELPS GARY PIPKIN STAN PITKIN LINDA PLATT PHYLLIS PORTER LENORE RADONICH PAT MYERS, social secffifarv NANCY MCCRUM, Treasurer NOT PICTU RED ELLEY GARDN ER, secreiary PHIL REINHEIMER BOB ROBERTS JEFF RODDEN JOHN RONALD BILL RUPLEY JOYCE SCHAEFER HOWARD SCHIRMER CHARLES SCHORR BILL SHIRLING ' KATHY SIMMONS SHARON SIMMS BRUCE SIMON ANNE LEE SMITH CLAIRE SMITH DIANE SNASHALL CLIFFORD SOARES SANDY SONDAG ANN SPARLING CHARLOTTE SPENCER BARBARA STARK HOLLY STERN PETER ST. HILL NANCI STRICKLER SALLIE STRICKLER CAROL STROBEL FRED STYMANS MARGOT SWENSON LYNNE TEASDEL SHEILA THEILE CAROL THOMAS EDWARD TIMONEY DENNY TRAYNOR KATHY TREMBATH BILL TRINIDAD KATHY VALE DAVID VANDAFF JOHN VANDAFF TOM VEITCH BEVERLY WALL HENRY WARREN LARRY WARRICK BOB WERNER MARY WESTFALL PHYLLIS WHITE RON WILBUR BUZZ WILLIAMS DEXTER WOLD JOANN ALEXANDER PAT ALFORD NED ALLEN ANTONY ALMOND SALLY ANACLERIO BRUCE ANDERSON FRED ARBOGAST ROBERT ARMERDING DON BABCOCK PAT BACON DAN BAILEY LONITA .BARBER BRUCE BARDEN MIKE BARRETT DIANE BARROWS SALLY ANACLERIO-Treasurer LINDA BASCHEN GENE BELL BEVERLY BISHOP PETER BOLSTAD MIKE BONNER MARLOWE .BOYD CAROL BRABANT DIANE BREGAR JAY BRIDGES ROBERT BROWN PAT BURTON DIANE BUSCH VIRETTA BUTLER FAY CADY DICK AUSTIN WALTON CHENEY ROBERT CLARK ANN CLAYTON SYLVIA COFFEY JACKIE COHEN DENNIS COLLINS SHEILA CONWAY KEN COOPER DICK CORY MARLENE COTELLA PETE DAHLSTRAND PAT DAILEY DONALD DANSKA LYNN DAVIDSON HOPE DAVIDSON BILL DAVIS BOB DAVIS MIKE DAVIS SUZANNE DEAN ED DEEMER ELAINE DELLA KEITH DE VILLERS JIM DODDS MARY ANN DRYSDALE DE ETTA EDWARDS LAIRD EICKMEYER RODNEY ENSMINGER RON FADELLI BILL FAULKNER JACK FEE JUDY FIBUSH MARJORIE FISH RON FITZGERALD BURCH FITZPATRICK NANCY FLOOD PAT FORD JACKIE FRASER JOAN FRAZELL JERRY FREITAS JAN ET FRITSCH GEORGIANNA FROHWERK KELLY FRY CHARLES FULLER CAROL GATES EDWIN GATHINGS PAT GIBSON SANDRA GIBSON NORMAN GIEM M I KE LAU RENSON-presideni JOHN GILLIVAN GARY GORMAN ROSALIE GUARNERI JANICE GULDENZOPF WALTER GULICK DIANE HACKER JOHN HALL JERRY HALSTENRUD TOM HANNAN ANN HANSEN GAIL HANSON NANCY HARRIS JULIE HARRISON RON HARTSOUGH KATHLEEN HEARNE GLENN 'HEINBOCKEL DAVE HELTMAN BARBARA HENRICI CAROLE HOLABIRD MERLE HONAKER TOM HORNER TAFT HUDSON LYNN HUNSICKER CREGG HUSAR HARRIET HUXLEY BEN INGWALDSON DON INGWALDSON KAREN JACOBSEN BETH JOHNSON BOB JOHNSON CAROL JONES HOWARD JONES KATY JONES SUSAN KEACH CAROL KENNEDY JACK KITCHEN KENT KOSER DOUG KROTZ JANICE KRUMMACK LYNN KURTZ LORENE LASSALLE LARRY LASTRUCCI MIKE LAURENSON MIKE LEFFEL PHIL LEMOS EUGENE LESCHINSKY JAN LILJA BILL LINK JIM LITTLE JON LOCKWOOD BOB LONG DAVE LOOFBOURROW GEORGE LUCK EDWARD MCFALL CHARLENE MCNUTT PAT MACAULEY CAROL MALOYAN MICHAEL MALVEY SANDRA MARTIN KEN MATSON RONALD MENDES RONALD MERROW DENNIS MEYER M I KE DAVIS-vice-presidenf ROBERTA MILES JIM MILLER OTHO MILLS JUDIE MINER RUSSELL MJOLNES PAT MONOSMITH IRENE MORTARA ANNE NIE HARRY NOLLER MARCIA NORDLUND BERNIE NORVELL DAVE OAKLEY JUDY OLSON BOB OWEN SUE PANELLA JANICE PARNHAM LENORE PELLERINO CHARLENE PENNOCK LARRY PETERSON SHARON PIERCE ROSEMARY PIMENTEL DAVID PITKIN SANDRA PLANZ STEVE PLATT THOMAS POPE BRUCE POWERS AUDREY PUCCI DON QUINE PETER RANIK KAREN RASMUSSEN JEAN REID MARCELLA REITER NANCY RICHARD KATHY ROBERTS ALDEN ROBERTSON ELIZABETH ROGERS JOHN ROHRIG JOANNE ROSS DIANE RUSH LINDA SACHTIEN LORETTA SCALINETTI RICHARD SCHULER ROGER SCHULTZ JANE SEULBERGER JOE SHEAFF WARD SHINE BETTY SHIPLEY DELBERT ALLISON SHERYL SINGER EVELYN SMITH PAT SMITH STEVE SPARLING GRIFF SOUIRE NANCY ST. CLAIR ROBERT STENGEL CHARLES STOCKWELL ALLAN STRIBLEY ALLEN SUTTON CAROL SWENSON KEITH TAKAHASHI JACK TANOVITZ BONNIE TEIGLAND ERIC TENGSTEDT SHERYL SINGER-social secrefary ALDEN ROBERTSON-ciiizenship rep. NOT PICTURED: JUDIE MINER-secrefary LARRY TESSLER CAROL TEUSCHER THELMA THAIN BILL THOMAS GAIL TILDSLEY DEE TOLLES BILL TOWERS VONDE UTTERBACK CLAUDETTE VAN ALLEN PETER VILLA FRED VOLZ STJERNA WALLACE GLENICE WARREN GEORGIANNE WATKINS SALLY WEIDLEIN JOAN WHALEN LINDA WILKINSON MARILYN WYLIE PRES:-IME BONNIE ADAIR ROBIN AKERS DENNIS ALLARA ROGER ALMOND SMED AMBLER ALLEN ANTONS I GARY AREL I BRIAN ,BACIGALUPO ANN BAHLS I BIFF BAKER RICHARD BARBER PAUL BECKMAN I GARY BEDSWORTH JAY BENNETT VIRGINIA BERGESEN I KAREN BETAOUE VENITA BETTINARDI I GARY BIEDERMAN PEGGY BIRD , DONALD BONE I SANDRA BOYER BILL BRODERICK PETER BROOKS BARBARA BROWN LEE BROWN I LAURA BURTON EDWARD BUTLER sn-uELA BYRNS I JOHN cADwELL RAY CAPRA I PAUL CARY JOAN CAVALLERA DAVID CHRISTENSEN I ELLEN CIANCIARULO KEN CLAPP I -BETTY CLARK I CURRAN coE SALLY CLARK CHARLES COBU RN KENT sales-pfesiaenf CAROLYN 'COFFEE JANE COLIN KAREN COLLINGS TERRANCE COLLINS DENNIS COMBS ANICE COMPHER PAUL COON PAT COURTRIGHT GAIL COWLING JANICE CUMMINGS MIKE CURRAN PHYLLIS DAIL JIM DALE BETTY DAMOULOS DIANA DAVIDSON ALICE DAVIS JULIE DEES WILLIAM DEMETER MICHAEL DESCH BILL DEUBNER MARY DEVIN GAIL DINWIDDIE DOUGLAS DISHONG JIM DONHAM MIKE DOWNS HAROLD ECKLUND IVER EGLAND MARILYN ENGELHARD SUZANNE ENOS LOIS ENRICO CHERYL ETZLER DONALD EVANS JOAN EVANS JANICE EVERSON SONNY FAULK JOHN FISKE OLIVER FISK GORDON FOWKES SARA FOWLER SHEELAH FOX BILL FREEMAN TOM FURGASON MAJOR GARLAND SALLIE GAVEY DUVAL GEISSLER JUDY GEREN BARBARA GIBBS KENNETH GIBSON PATRICIA GLORIA JEAN GRANT BEVERLEY GREEN KENT GRIGG DALE GUDNASON ROBERT HALL CAROL HAMLIN JANIE HAMMAKER JOHN HARDS MARILEE HARRER GEORGE HARRISON FRED HEIKEN NANCY HERRMAN ANN HIGHTOWER DENNISHILL JOHN CADWELL-vice-presidenf ROBERT HITCHCOCK JOHN HOFF WAYNE HOLLISTER KYLA HOUSTON HARRY HUFFAKER BILL HUGHES Q ROBERT HUNT EDDA INGRAM PAT JACKSON DONNA JAMISON JOHN JANES MILTON JENNINGS ROBERT JENSEN ANTHONY JOHNSON LINDA JOHNSON VIRGINIA JOHNSON MARGARET KALBFLEISCH EDWARD KELLER PATRICIA KENNETT JOAN KESSELRING CAROL KETSDEVER MARGARET KLINKNER JAMES KNIGHT JOHN LAMBERTH CLIFFORD LAMOUREAUX TOM LAYNE DAVID LEE JACK LEE LINDA LEFFEL RALPH LEGG SHERRELL LERCARI CARL LINCOLN JAMES LINSLEY DONALD LOCKEY NANCY LONG JUDY LOWE CATHERINE LUCK JUDY MCANINCH PAT MCRELLA MARIANNE MACY MAUREEN MALVEY FRANK MALYNN LOUISE MANGINI DON MARCH DIANE MARCHUS SUZANNE MARKLEY RICHARD MARKSTEIN WALLY MARSH ROBIN MATHEWSON NANCY MAXEY PAUL MAY JACK MEINBRESS ROBERT MILES ED MJOLSNES JERRY MORIARTY BILL MOSHER BOB MOSSMAN FRISCILLA MYERS RONNIE NELSON DICK NEUMAN PAT NIMMO RICHARD NORMAND LUCILLE OGDEN KYLA HOUSTON-Ireasurer PAUL OGDEN MARY PALMROSE JUDY PARKER ROBERT PARKER JUDITH PATTERSON JUDY PAUL FREDERICK PEACOCK JACK PEDERSEN CAROLYN PETERSON JUDITH PETERSON RANDY PETERSON ERNEST PETRUCCI EDWARD PICONE LARRY PILCHER JILL PINKUS ARDATH PINSON ALISON PLANT MICHAEL POND CYNTHIA PORTER NATALIE PRAY JEFF RANKIN ANN RAPPORT MARILYN RAUCH MIDGE RAYMOND JAMES READ BILL READY STEVE RENNER KAREN. RHODA JED RICE EDWARD RINNE ABBY ROBERTS SALLY ROSE DENISE ROUSH DONNA RUEDIGER ROBERT RUPLEY BRAD SAGE LEONARD SAPUTO DIANE SAXTON KATHARINE SCHEVILL BEVERLY SCHMITT GEORGE SCHORNICK ALLEN SCHRADER ALLEN SHAPIRO GAYLE SHEEHAN ANN SHUEY JERRY SILVA MARCIA SILVA JUDY SINDAHL JEFF SMITH JULIE SMITH ANN SONNTAG FRANK SOULE DRURY SPURLOCK .BOB STEUBEN PAT STEVENS JAMES STEWART ROGER STOCKER WILMA STROBEL NEIL STUDLEY JANE SUMMERS KENNETH SWANSON BILL TACCH ELLA GEORGE TALBOTT SHEELAH FOX-secrefary NORMA WAD'DELL-social secrefary KATHY TERRY JUDY TEUSCHER ROSEMARY THRANE CAROLYN THUNE GORDON THURSTON JON TIBBETTS JIM TRIMLETT GENE VINCENT NORMA WADDELL SHEILA WALLACE LESTER WANDEL SUSAN WASSON LEAH MAY WELLS ANNE WESTPHAL PAT WHITEHEAD JOHN WHITESTONE LYNNE WIGGINS JOANN WILBUR JANET WILLOUGHBY KATHLEEN WILSON RICHARD WING PEN NY WOLF 'HARRIETT WRIGHT MICHAEL YATES KATHY YOUNG VELMA YOUNG WAYNE ZIMMERMAN NOT PICTURED JUNIORS Jim Boyd Carson Croulch Lee Cu'l'ler Andy Fa'deIli Paul Hansen Joe Fosler SOPHOMORES Sandra Bennelf Roberl Carlisle Peler Chiesa Roberl' Cooper Lois Emslie Roberl Fredrickson Dave Caleslini FRESHMEN Nan Burke Shirley Culler Jim Dinkel Clifford Dilzen Joan Eznekier Gordon Fosler Lynn Hail 3,7 Lynn Henrielfa I Ni' Richard Hayes Diane Hillyard Barbara Lawrence Tom McAlIisi'er Mary Mckella Sandra Fuller Nancy Hayes Harold Johnsfon Karen Kooyman Joyce Losh Jim Miller Marilyn Monlgomery Karen Hillyard Lucy Hupp Chris Jorgensen Mike Kerr Rosemarie Marin Judy Merkle Brel? Merner Belfy Mifchell Marla Riddle Jackie Miller Dorofhy Simpson Marilyn Smifh Jim Sweei' Geoff Wahl Paul Pakin Bill Powell Ronald Ramsey Judy Sinclair . Benneifa Slrunk Gary Williamson' Phil Shoplaugh Dolores Roeschen Sally Rose Karen Silva Steve Slussen Marlene Slarling Park Treffs Richard Walker William Ward ' VARSITY FOOTBALL ACALANES 7 UPSHAW I4 Led by Their greaT lvIonTy Upshaw, The PiedmonT Highlanders edged The Dons I4-7. Upshaw's pass inTercepTion was The highlighf and Turning poinT OT The game. ACALAN ES I2 PITTSBU R6 6 The proverbial "nexT year" came To Acalanes aT lasT. For The TirsT Time in a long while The Dons walked oTT The Tield vicTors over PiTTsburg. BarT l:erro's pass- ing and Tield generalship puT his Team on The long end oT The score. ACALANES 26 ALHAMBRA I3 Led by our bruising Tullbaclc, Ray Williamson, The big, blue machine proved Too much Tor The Bulldogs. ACALANES I2 ALBANY 20 Riding high aTTer Two league vicTories, The Dons seemed To run ouT oT gas when we meT Albany. John Champlin and Rich lvlunn gave sTellar perTormances, buT all was losT when John Conley, ouTsTanding saTeTy, was Talcen To The hospiTal. ACALANES I2 JOHN SWETT 6 ATTer a loose TirsT quarTer, The Dons seTTled down To business wiTh The Indians Trom John SweTT. John Spiegl TulTilled a lineman's dream as he Trapped The SweTT quarTerbaclc in The end zone Tor a saTeTy. ACALANES 0 ANTIOCH 33 WaiT 'Till nexT year. ACALANES 0 DIABLO I9 Covered wiTh blue dye Trom Their drenched pom- pons, The Acalanes rooTers waTched as The Red Devils, led by All-CounTy Tullback STan GaunT, slushed over a mired down Don eleven. 'GEN -2 -Rafi X 1 Q s . QE 4 A 1, . 1 if Q . ,xg 5 az if Wa ag, fe. M. Wx Sn' :.y,.,v 3,2 ' f 35 4 x .8 .- 1955" ' . gs, , r ,,,V , I sf, N 'QQ Q, b Ar,+ X, , 4 Q if 8 10' k 2 M , , 5 , ' ,, 4 B3 1 X F xi bu? ugfu af zzfffff' 5 ff Q, nn t gm-1 ywqifzx M w1':w'2f5541b,: i Q V .. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL ACALANES 27 ANTIOCH 6 Behind The sTrong running machine oT BarreTT, Faulk, I-Iorner and Bell The Don Babes won Their league opener in Tine sTyle. ACALANES I3 LAS LOMAS 6 Sparked by Mike BarreTT's 9I-yard run in The TirsT quarTer, The Dons held back The Tavored KnighTs. A TourTh guarTer iaunT by BarreTT proved To be The win- ning margin. ACALANES 6 JOHN SWETT 0 Obviously impressed by Their upseT win over Las Lomas The DonleTs barely edged a weak John SweTT eleven. The game was marred wiTh many penalTies. ACALAN ES 3 I ALBANY 6 Led by The pinpoinT passing oT Red Jones, The J.V.'s ouTclassed Their Albany Toe. The game was highlighTed by Gary Arel's 60-yard pass inTercep- Tion T.D. ACALANES 35 ALHAMBRA I8 Scoring on The TirsT play The Dons rolled up 29 poinTs in The TirsT guarTer. The resT oT The game was more oT a pracTice session. OuTsTanding on deTense was John Bohn. ACALANES 2 PITTSBURG 6 STopped by PiTT's sTonewall deTense The Dons copped only 2 poinTs on a saTeTy by Bob RoberTs. The DonleTs' only oTher score was called back on a penalTy. ACALANES 37 DIABLO I8 Behind BarreTT and Bell The Dons compleTely ouT- classed Their TradiTional rivals. The game was marred wiTh many injuries. ACALANES 24 PLEASANT HILL 6 The Acalanes J.V. TooTball Team won The C.C.C.A.L. TooTball championship as The resulT oT Their vicTory over P.I'l. The Team was sparked by Red Jones' passing and Gene Bell's running. Q A niihg. FIRST ROW, lefl' fo righf: B. Roberfs M. Barreil, W. Faulk, B. Fredicksen H. Jones, F. Arborgasl, T. Horner T. Veilch, G. Bell SECOND ROW: R. Huffaker R. Marksfein, J. Tanovifz, D. Morfara L. Eickmeyer, L. Pilcher, R. Nelson D. Combs, H. Ecklund, A. Suflon L. Pelerson, J. Ronald, mgr THIRD' ROW: J. Ridley, coach B. Baker, D. Corey, J. Bohn, D. Danska M. Berqesen, G. Arel, D. McKinley R. Haskell, W. Hollisfer, D. Ong B. Sfevens, coach FOURTH ROW: T. Hannah, B. Neilson B. Owens, B. Chrisliansen, P. Villa C. Mallory, N. Dodge, J. Coakley R. Fadelli, F. Voliz, R. Jones BASKETBALL FIRST ROW, lell lo righl: J. Oliver, mgr., K. Lylle, mgr.g B. Ferro, D. Ponobon, R J s . one, B. Johanson, R. Kisfinqer, C. Knobel, idley, coach. SECOND' ROW: T. Hannon, A. Fadelli, T. Freeman, J. Coakley, L. Schrepel, B. Gray, J. Sheaff, D. Auslin, J. Conley, E Hunl, B. Kinny, L. Tale, udnason, M. Ferrarese. FIRST ROW, lefl lo righl: H. Oxsen, C h C. Fuller, mg oac , r., P. Haighl, R N l P. Macaule . e son, D. Tolles, A. Sullon, y, D. Jarreli, T. Pope, mgr.g M. Small, Mgr. SECOND ROW: R. Marksleln, M. Laurenson, B. Freeman, G. Gorman, B. Barlon, E G lhlngs, B. Link, J. Cadwell, R. Schuler, T. Ashe, B. Simon, D. Combs, L. Collins. Acalanes 32 36 54 55 ..,...... 25 ......... 4l ......... 57 ......... 52 ......,.. 63 ......... 44 .,.....,. 56 ......... 57 ......... 48 ......... 4l ......... 57 ......... 65 ......... 65 ......... ..Cal l45's... Anlioch ..., Las Lomas.. John Swell. ....Albany......... .fklhambra ...... . ........Pillsburg... Diablo ..... Pleasanl Hill Anlioch .... Las Lomas .......... .......... John Swell. Albany ......... ........Alhambra.. ........Plllsburg... ..........Diablo..... Pleasanl l-lillf A SCORES Opponenl Acalanes Opponenl I9 ........ .......... 42 ........ ........ Las Lomas.. ........John Swell.. ....Albany..... .........Alhaml::ra... ..........Pillsburg... ............Diablo..... Pleasanl l-lill .......Anlioch.... .........Las Lomas.. ohm Swell. ....Albany..... ..Alhambra.. ...Pillslourgm .....D1abIo..... Pleasanl l-lill Anlioch ..... ...Q-v me , .65 5 4,,0 A .. 5 .,,,.. A 2 ' r " K WW .www ww 9 as , iw? gg - f . K S3 W I A . 1 M K '-D. 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Coakley, B. Edgar, B. Gray. JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW, Iefl 'lo right: J. James, A. Suffon, G. Vinceni, R. Markslein, D. Babcock. SECOND ROW: Coach Oxsen, J. Cadwell, G. Williamson, T. Hannan, W. Hollisler, J. Dinkel, E. Deemer, P. Villa. Anolher successful season was in Ihe bag for lhe Don baseball 'ream This year when 'rhey chalked up a second place wilh nine wins and Iwo losses. Red Jones, Ihe workhorse of Jrhe pilching slaii, hurled six viciories againsl' only one loss. His s'l'rike- ou'r average was eighl' baH'ers per game. lvla+'r's Ieam boasled many olher oul- slanding players including Bob Gray, Bari Ferro, Mike Barrelrl, Bob Kinney, Rich Munn, Benny Edgar, John Champlin, Warren Johnson, and Jerry Coakley. Since many of 'rhese slars are Juniors, Acalanes can look forward lo a good year in '55. 58 Q 3 E s 2 SWIMMING FIRST ROW, leff +o right T. Veil'cl1, T. Freeman, G. Harrison, A. Deleray, J. Sullivan, C. Knobel, R. Miolsnes. SECOND ROW: Tom Sfamper lcoachl, D. Tolles, J. Spiegl, D. Clark, R. Wilbur, P. Condif, J. Gray, M. Small, J. Olson lmanagerl. FIRST ROW, leff lo righl: E. Miolsnes, B. Freeman, E. Rinne, J. Bennef, R. Sfocker, M. Bonner, R. Coleman, V. Geisler. SECOND ROW: M. Ballachey, J. Bridges, L. Brown, R. Mafhewson, R. Muse D. Oakley, B. Brown, S. Ambler, U March. As usual lhe Don swimmers came up wil'h a winning season. The A's single deleal was al lhe hands ol l-layward. Such noble 'reams as Ml. Diablo, Tamalpais, and San Leandro fell in our wake. The Team came up wilh a 'freshman fish in George Harrison. The flash brolce several school records in 'rhe baclcslrolce. The B's had an equally successful season. Bolh leams placed lirsl in lhe counly, A SCORES B SCORES Acalanes Opponenl Acalanes Opponenl' 56 ,,,,,,,,,,.,, EI Cerrilo., ..El Cerrilo... 44 ..............., Vallejo ...... ,........ ................ V a lleio ..... 36 ,.,..o.,o ...U.C. Frosh... .....,,,, .,.,.......... l'l ayward... 29 .........,..., Hayward... 6l ......... ...... A lbany ...... ......,.. 38 .........,. San Leandro ......,,,,, 55 ,..,......... Tamalpais.. 55 ......,..... lvll. Diablo. 60 .,v.Albany..,.. San Leandro ..Tamalpais.. .ML Diablo.. GOLF FIRST ROW, lefl fo righf: Coach Nelson, D. Meyer, R. Barber, R. Norman, F. Norman. SECOND ROW: D. Traynor, B. Coombs, W. Marsh, B. W' k ll s, R. Orr, G. Sheels. Conlinuing lheir dominalion of lhe Conlra Cosla Golf League, lhe Acalanes Golf Team won lheir fiflh slraighl lille in counly compelilion. Winning eiqhl of lhe nine malches in which lhey parlicipaled, l'he Don linksmen were led by Denny Traynor wilh Ben Coombs, Wally Marsh, Bolo Willis, and Ray Orr scoring nexl in line. Despiie Hs firs'r league loss in six years, coming al +he hands of Diab- lo, lhe Acalanes 'rennis Jream cap- 'lured ifs six+h s+raigh+ C.C.C.A.L. championship. The firsf five men on fhis year's Jream were Dave Baldwin, Don Ra+hien, Jim Browning, Phil Lowfhian, and Morris Bergesen. TENNIS FIRST ROW, left io right B. Steuben, H. Huffaker, B. Deubner, J. Hall, D. Krofz, P. Dunn, J. Pafterson, J. Browning. SECOND' ROW: Coach Lord, D. Peppin, D. Rafhien, B. Sieberf, M. Bergesen, R. Huffaker, D. Baldwin, T. Ashe, P. Lowfhian. TRACK The lrack leam Jrhis year was perhaps one of lhe besl balanced cinder squads ever produced. Coach Ealon's lhinclads losl only one of lheir six dual encounlers. Such schools as Diablo, Pilfsburg, and El Cerrilo fell viclim lo lheir greal deplh while only Alameda bellered our abililies. The squad was paced by weighl men Ray Williamson, Jim l-larl, and Dennis Busby: pole vaullers Slan Mumford, Ray Oslin, and George Coad: broad jumper George Malvey. Acalanes lhis year came up wilh many oulslanding dislance men: Lee Benson, Fred Lincoln, Dick l-lull, Jaclc Kenzul, and Dennis Meyer. Olher oul- slanding performers were Gene Bell in lhe quarler mile, Geol Wahl and Bob Carlson in The sprinls, and Jim Sweel in lhe hurdles, 'ro name a few. FIRST ROW, lefl lo righl: Coach Eafon, G. Wahl, B. Roberfs, J. Walkins, J. Hunf, S. Mumford, G. Coad, J. Laird, R. Haskell, Coach Sfevens. SECOND ROW: J. Oliver lmanagerl, D. Morlara, G. Malvey, R. Hull, J. Palmer, B. Wafkins, G. Bell, B. DeVillers, J. Sweef. THIRD ROW: G. Reicherf, B. Simon, F. Lincoln, D. Busby, G. Arel, L. Benson, G. Panfili, J. Kunzel, N. Jensen. FOURTH ROW: R. Williamson, G. Howerfon, V. Johnson, J. Wise, F. Malynn, B. Thain, W. Adams, B. Dodge, D. Brown, B. Carlson. FIRST ROW, leff fo righlz Coach Eafon L. Pilcher, H. Schirmer, R. Schulz, T. Furgason, R. Hall, K. Grigg. SECOND ROW: D. Combs, G. Fowkes, J. Lockwood, C. Jorgensen, J. Larson, J. Smilh, M. Honaker. THIRD ROW: E. Galhings, E. Timoney, G. Heinbockel, E. Bufler, G. Thurslon, L. Tessler, B. Norvell, B. Baciqalupe, L. Eickmeyer, C. Lincoln, Biff Baker, J. Lamberfh, R. Legg, D. Cory, A. Roberfson, L. Peferson. I 1 Acalanes Acalanesw. Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes Acalanes A SCORES 67 63V2 35 38 94 72 Pillsburq .v.. San Ramon.. Diablo ........ El Cerrilo .... Alameda .... Alhambra Las Lomas El Cerrilo .... 61 ll 43V2 25 75 23 20 42 Acala nes ......,..,aa.aaA Acalanes Acalanes .,,, ,,,,.,,, Acalanes Acala nes ..,,........,.,. B SCORES 29 em 20 58 40'f3 Plflsburg ,.,,,, ,,,,,. San Ramon Diablo .,,,.7,,,, .,.,,, EI Cerrifo ,.,,,, ,,,,,, Alhambra ,,,,,, ,,,,,. Las Lomas ..,..o .,,,., EI Ce-rrilo ,o.,,Y ,,,,A, 88 23 43V3 35 34V2 47 ng G RLS' SPORTS M "K"-.. . 'vw' G.A.A. AWARD HOLDERS FIRST ROW, Ieff fo righf: E. Gardner S. Cockburn, V. Bufler, G. Frohwerk, L. Lynn, S. Gee, J. Galbraith. SECOND ROW: D. Fey, J. Rounds, M. Maflock, S. Aweeka, M. Miilu, S. Freedman, S. Pedder. THIRD ROW: J. Haworth, R, Krofz, J. Scheuer, F. Cady, P. Garrison, L. Lamb, D. Robertson. F. Davis G.A.A CABINET LEFT TO RIGHT: Fay Cady, freasurerg Ann Clayfon, sophomore repre- senfaliveg Kalhy Young, freshman represenlafiveg Donna Laney, iunior represenfafiveg Mary Matlock, presidenlg Marcia Miilu, commissioner of playdaysg Judy Rounds, vice- presidenfg Jane Haworfh, secrelaryg Pal' Gregg, senior represenlalive. G.A.A. MANAGERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Georgianna Frohwerk Carol Creager, Virefla Butler, Marieffa Rogers, Shirley Gee, Sally Pedder, Joyce Schaefer, Lennie Lamb, Janis Armsfrong, Ann Rowland. BLOCK A FIRST ROW, lefl fo righi: J. Larsen, B. Gray, D. Ralhien, A. Delerav. C. Knobel, G. Gudnason, L. Schrepel, K. Lyfle, R. Jones, P. Lowfhian, B. Edgar, J. Coakley, J. Hari. SECOND ROW: P. Ccndil, R. Orr, M. Murphy, B. Dwighf, L. Benson, 6. Wahl, D. Busby, G. Coad, B. Kinney, L. Tale, R. Kislinger, P. Shoplaugh, M. Ferrarese. THIRD ROW: R. Williamson, J. Spiegl, T. Veifch, D. Ausfin, J, Conley, G. Howerfon, R. Oslin, H. Alforfer, D. Traynor, J. Oliver, E. Hunl, B. Ferro, J. Champlin. CHIPS FIRST ROW, lefl lo righl: M. Bonner, J. Sweel, P. Sf. Hill, D. Ong, G. Bell, P. Villa, R. Nelson, R. Haskell, R. Clark, T. Hannon, S. Faulk, H. Ecklund, D. Meyer, N. Allen, W. Johnson. SECOND ROW: A. Sulfon, P. Haighl, R. Markslein, T. Ashe, U. Pozzobon, B. Chrisliansen, K. Lescure, L. Collins, G. Beck, E. McKinnley, M. Henderson, D. Jarrell, M. Laurenson, F. Arboqasl. THIRD ROW: S. Sparling, J. Kilchen, E. T money, B. Roberts D, Dodge, J. Bohn, L. Geissler, B. Simon, B. Rupley, P. Kops, F. Lincoln, T. Horner, P. MacCauley, M. Ballachey, M. Barrell, D. Babcock, J. Davis. BLOCK A 72 L l KICKOFF School sfarfed yesferday and +onighf's the firsf dance of fhe year. Great decorations provided by Los Amigos. Greefing ol'd friends and making new ones: THE GET ACOUAINTED DANCE RALLY CQMMITTEE TOO ACTIVE TO GET ALL THEIR PICTURES! Bob Dwighr, president Terry While, secreiary-Jrreasurerq Carolyn Demeier, Bud Dodge, Donalee Fey, Tim Freeman, Pui Garrison, Bob Gray, Caihy Greub, Gary I-Iowerfon, Red Jones, Rod Kisiinger, Tom Klemenl, Naida Merry, Pai Myers, Bob Neighbor, Don Raihien, Diane Roberison, Howard Schirmer, Lou Schrepel, Sue Small, John Spiegl, Barbara Siarlc, Bev Wall, Boyd Wailcins. POMPON GIRLS: Sue Adair, Sally Anaclerio, Judy Dunn, Sue Fowler, Roberia Kroiz, Shirley Jones, Donna Laney, Judy Olson. Dave Siewa r'I', advisor JR. ASSEMBLY The cry oT Bop Me Daddy-O rang Through The raTTers oT The gym when The class oT '55 puT on Their version of "THIS IS YOUR LIFE." Good bands, graceTuI dancers, and an invasion from The kindergarlren made The assembly a greaT success. The Senior Ball of l954 was held on Safurday evening, May 29. Picfured here are Judy Rounds and Bob Kinney, Sue Fowler and Barr Ferro. MARD GRAS RHAPSODY IN BLUE The Junior Prom fhis year proved 'ro be a huge success. The sensalional clecoralions were a belween high-brow jazz and cify nigh+ life. Salisfying "Blue Angels" were provided for refreshment Jaclc Buckingham's band crealed Jrhe music and a good Hme was enjoyed by all who alfended RHAPSODY IN BLUE. FROSH DAY The bewildered freshman is no more. Before school opened fhe frosh were inlroduced To The yell leaders. 'rhe faculry, and our in'rrica+e syslem of numbering rooms. A bonfire, races and a grand pie earing con+es+ ropped off lhis Frosh Day for l953. JACK-0-LANTERN JUMP Freshmen and scarecrows alike iumped fo the music of Sid LaPreH'es band ar this year's edifion of fha Frosh Frolic. Seen ai fhe righf are Lynn Teasdel, Sfu Miichell, and unconcerned onlookers, Harvey, Mary Maflock, Don Ong, Faye Davis and Gary, Ray Williamson, Carol Van Cleave. The Frosh Frolic. ORGANIZATIDNS BOYS' FEDERATION LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Carlson, freasurerg Tom Klemen-f, vicvresidenfg Dave Stewart, advisor, Ray illiamson, presidenfg Mike Small, secretary. GIRLS' LEAGUE LEFT TO RIGHT: Pa? Spencer, senior represenfafiveg Mary Johns, presidenig Lil Lahfi, advisor: Pai' Nunley, secreiaryg Irlaida Merry, vIce-president, Gail Sheehan, 'freshman represeniaiiveg Faye Cady, sophomore represenfafiveg Faye Davis, ireasurer. CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION FIRST ROW, lefl 'Io righf D. Roberfson, F. Davis M. Dougherfy, M. Jeffries I. Dix, J. Fry, D. Olfman S. Pedder, J. Armsfrong SECOND ROW: L. Lahey J. Hudd, P. Porfer, S. Weidlein M. Engelhard, J. Colin M. Fish, D. Whifehead THIRD ROW: S. Mifchell S. Carroll, J. Lloyd, T. Hudd G. Smiih, C. Swanson J. An'derson, R. Williamson J. Danna, J. Van Daff FOURTH ROW: B. Gray R. Johnson, A. Deleray P. Hansen, G. Reichert D. Traynor, D. .Baldwin E. Wilenf, W. Lawsonl FIRST ROW, Ieff Io righf: D. Fey, C. Greub, B. Shipley, C. Smilh, S. Adair, K. Schevill, N. Waddell, S. Singer, K. Vale, S. Anaclerio. SECOND ROW: M. Miilu, P. Monosmifh, J. Ross, B. Johnson, P. Kalbfleisch, L. Henrieffa, L. Davidson, S. Swain, P. Calvin, C. Weckerle, J. Krummack, A. Shuey, K. Simmons. THIRD ROW: F. Arbogasf, E. Rankin, D. Roeschen, M. Larson, K. Andree, J. Stern, M. Byrns, B. Bray, J. Galbrailh, V. Johnson, P. Shopfaugh, P. Rank. FOURTH ROW: K. Kincaid, J. LaValIee, S. Ambler, L. Tessler, H. Noller, J. Bridges, D. Kroiz, R. Harfsough, R. Haskell, R. Mafhewson, B. Sfeuben, A. Shapiro. FIRST ROW, Iefl' 'Io righlz M. Wesffall, M. Davidson, C. Kefsdever, P. Nimmo, B. Bishop, M. Long, P. Dail, D'. Rough, B. Burns, K. Kooyman, N. Begley. SECOND ROW: J. Olsen, P. McMacken, R. Kroh, M. Johns, S. Pannella, B. Tibbeffs, M. Lyon, L. Lynn, A. Sonntag, S. Freedman, L. Scallneffi, L. Lamb. THIRD ROW: D. Raihien, B. Moff, B. Branch, L. Radonich, A. Smifh, J. Lloyd, J. Roefhlisberger, J. Parnham, N. Richards, J. Miner, L. Cowling, D. Cruver, R. Miolsnes. FOURTH ROW: H. McBride, B. Eberharf, P. Kops, J. Bohn, B. Roberfs, D. Busby, B. Rupley, J. Combs, G. Coad, K. de Villers, B. Johnson, J. Do'dds. I I I I I I FRENCH CLUB SEATED, lefl lo riqhi: J. Olson, P. Daley, M. Lyons, J. Rolhlisberger, L. Lamb, J. Lloyd, H. Slern, H. Davidson, R. Harfsouqh. STANDING: L. Lynn, J. Frazell, S.Anaclerlio, R. Miles, J. Harf, J. Davis, G. Heinbockle, S. Freedman, K. Vale, J. Galbrailh, R. Wood. JUNIOR STATESMEN SEATED, Ieff lo righl: C. Schorr, S. Swain, M. Byrns, B. Mossman, E. Timoney, E. Miolsnes, C. Miller, T. Oss, B. Gray. STANDING: J. Lueck, D. Ma'derios R. Miolsnes, J. Bohn, I. Dix, L. Cowling, K. Simmons. JR. RED CROSS SEATED, leff fo right: M. Tinay, B. Fibush, A. Smith, J. Gaillard, L. Wilkenson, D. Hacker, M. Monlgomery. STANDING: P. Boevers, P. Spencer, M. Jeffries, J. Scheuer, B. Tibbefls, G. Smifh. ACALHONORS FIRST ROW, Ieff fo righf: R. Miles, A. Sparling, G. Barnum, J. Geren, S. Rose, M. Raymond, R. Guarneri, N. Sf. Clair, P. Bacon, D. Bregar, M. Colella, M. Maflock, S. Efzler, A. Wesfphal, P. Gloria, E. Smifh. SECOND ROW: J. McAdams, S. Gordon, L. Baker, K. Anderson, S. Howe, D. Madeiras, J. McNamara, G. Reinharf, P. Bird, S. Boyer, B. Gibbs, B. Clark, L. Ogden, B. Bedwell, B. Gray. THIRD ROW: D. Ong, J. Seulberger, P. Alford, J. Johns, J. Sfern, J. Aposlolo, J. Rogers, B. Hayes, J. Dunn, S. Cockburn, B. Nason, R. Wood, N. McCrum, M. Day, B. Dwighf. FOURTH ROW: G. Heinbockel, J. Cullen, M. Laurenson, M. Davis, N. Siudley, R. Jarrelf, W. Schnieder, S. Sparling, R. Rupley, M. Desch, M. Boyd, L. Sapulfo, P. Chiesa. FIRST ROW, leil' lo righf: A. Hansen, N. Fre'dman, S. Gee, S. Swain, S. Fox, E. Cianciarulo, J. Lowe, J. Bergesen, D. Rush, J. Parnham, K. Roberls, P. Dailey, S. Johanson, B. Wall. SECOND ROW: P. Jefferies, K. Beiague, D. Barneife, E. Fara, J. Fry. G. Smifh, N. Merry, M. Bafes, P. Spencer, B. Jacuzzi, R. Peferson, C. Creager, S. Lamberth, S. Burleigh, F. Cady. THIRD ROW: D. Pape, J. Peferson, C. Holabird, J. Schaefer, K. Rasmussen, A. Clayion, B. Henrici, E. Rogers, J. Morris, C. Maffioda, P. Porfer, K. Jones, J. Money, B. Sfark, li. Needham. FOURTH ROW: J. Tomlinson, J. Harf, D. Doly, H. Corbefi, B. Danforih, D. McKinley, B. Williams, D. Peppin, F. Perry, B. Lueck, B. Barden, B. Powers, E. Rinne, K. Lincoln, T. Hannan. SPANISH HONORARY SOCIETY FIRST ROW, lefl' fo righi: N. Richard, J. Miner, P. Nimmo, L. Cowling, A. Smiih, B. Burns, M. Monigomery, S. Swain, P. Porier, C. Malliodo, S. Johanson, B. Wall, E. Gardner, S. Cockburn. SECOND ROW: P. Spencer, J. Money, R. Krolz, F. Davis, M. Peshon, B. Tibbeffs, P. McMacken, N. Begley, B. Branch, J. McAdams, S. Gordon, L. Baker, J. Parnhan, D. Breger. THIRD ROW: C. Creager, S. Panella, M. Fish, B. Jacuzzi, R. Pelerson, A. Kalbfleish, S. Burleigh, J. Pafferson, M. Jeffries, S. Lamberih, S. Pedder, J. Schaefer, K. Rasmussen, L. Scalineili. FOURTH ROW: B. Johnson, G. Coad, R. Haskel, E. Timoney, F. Arbogasf, D. Kroiz, H. Schirmer, B. Roberfs, L. Tessler, D. McFalI, D. Jarrelf, B. Powers, R. Kislinger, P. Lowfhian, P. Shopiaugh. FIRST ROW, lefi' fo righf: G. Reinharf, P. Porfer, P. Alford, B. Shipley, R. Liffleiohn, P. Ford, S. Adair, M. Miilu, D. Fey, C. Grueb, M. Maflock, S. Singer, K. Simmons, J. Krumack, T. Meier, A. Shuey. SECOND ROW: T. l-lannan, B. Nason, J. Lloyd, S. Weidlein, P. Jeffries, D. Kurchaval, G. Hanson, K. Kooyman, L. Davidson, C. Miller, S. Boyer, J. Larsen, B. Gray. M. Byrns, E. Smith, K. Shevill, J. Ross, V. Buller, B. Johnson, J. Nelson. THIRD ROW: J. Rogers, M. Lyons, D. Maderios, J. McNamara, K. Belaque, P. Whifehead, D. Barneffe, M. Baies, G. Smifh, P, Dale, L. Baschen, B. Henrici, H. Slern, N. Fredman, N. McCrum, M. Day, S. Howe, R. Dexler. E. Rinne. FOURTH ROW: A. Roberfson, K. DeViIIers, A. Sulfon, B. Kesselring, T. Collins, T. Horner, G. Reicherf, B. Lueck, J. Barchfield, B. Eberharf, B. Williams, B. Moll, E. McKinley, G. Hamplon, J. Bohn, J. Sweef, B. Barden. PUBLICATIQNS Tl-IE AKLAN STAFF: Bob Sleuloen, Bob Roberfs. Judy Fry, Terry While, Mary Johns. Susan Wasson, Ben Coombs. Karen Andree, l-lugh McBride. Bill Needham, Don Ralhjen, Jack Lloyd, Edi+or: VVelos+er Wilson, advisor Sue Panella, business manager. THE OTHER PUBLICATION: Phyllis Porrer Marcia Miilu, Jack Grofli, Henry Weiss, advisor: Sylvia Howe. Barbara Lawrence, Bev Jacuzzi, Bolo Dwiglwf Carole Holabird, Pai' Myers, Gail Reinharl. Mike Ballachey, Charles Knoble, Jack Gray, Jim Larsen, Jack Tomlinson, John Danna, Gary Turner, Jim PiHo, ecli+or Carol Weckerle. THE BLUEPRINT CARNIVAL CAPERS If iook lwo years, bu? we finally go? a picture of Ted and Dol' lbelowi. I1"s noi' lhe besf phofograph, buf il'Il do. Others piclured ai the RALLY COMMITTEE DANCE are Bob Dwiqhf, Pui Garrison, Dave Chrisfensen, Ann Hightower, Pal Courfrighf, Ralph Legg, Lynn Wiggins, Gene Vincent, Jerry Moriarly, Jane Summers, Dick Neuman, Ju'dy Parker, Sonny Faulk, and assorled penny pifchers. SOPH HOP Deep in fhe iunqie we sfiil managed fo find These familiar faces: Mike Davis and Kafhy Roberfs, Mike Laurenson 81 Judie Miner, Hugh McBride, Bill Miller, Barbara Sfark, Judy Rounds, Animal and friends. The Sophomore Hop TIN CAN ALLEY For fhe firsl fime in lhe hisfory of Acalanes There was a band for an Exfra. Wilh a fin can alley fheme and novel bids 'lhe Junior Exfra was considered a success by all. Seen here are E. Ncrgard, R. Krolz, M. Johns, J. Walkins, C, Swanson, V. Savale, R. Miles, L. Scalinelli, G. Hampfon, J. Fraser, L. Benson, W. Johnson, T. Oss, T. Freeman, J. Flaherfy, F. Cady, M. Mallock, G. Wahl, L. Lescure, J. Schaefer, C. Drews T. Huldd, I. Dix, J. Bloom, J. Spiegl, P. Garrison, H. Stern, B. Moll. 0LD- FASHICNED CHRISTMAS LEFT TO RIGHT: Parker Dinwiddie, Marilyn Monfgomery, Pal Kiernan, John Olson, Keilh Lescure, Heidi Alfopher, Sue Keach, Gary Gudnason, Sheryl Singer, Geoff Wahl, Bill Miller, Lennie Lamb, Ann Rowland, Bud Needham, Mary Ann Pesllon, Hugh McBride, George Sheels, Pal' Courfrighf, Claudefle Van Allen, Jack Kifchqn: THE SENIOR EXTRA MUSIC CHORUS FlRST ROW, left fo righl: L. Wells, S. Theile, S. Gibson E. Dimick, N. Flood, S. Sondag, M. Lyon, J. Champlin B. Wadman, M. Boyd, N. Herman, P. Monosmifh M, Silva, R. Reifer, C. Elzler, C. Porfer SECOND ROW: R. Hanson, director, J. Willoughby V. Bcfrinardi, L. Ogden, B. Clark, N. Long, R. Akers J. Anderson, J. Larson, T. Brennan, J. Spieql E. Bufler, C. Toombs, G. Douglass, B. Miller L. Sachien, B. Johnson, C. Gales, J. Cullen THIRD ROW: J. Nelson, D. Boftomley, S. Wallace B. Bishop, P. Porier, T. Marson, T. Ashe, J. Daria D. Sfoeffler, B. Bishop, P. Kalbfleisch, D. Osborn S. Jones, J. Rounds, D. Hopper, J. Ulferbackl FOURTH ROW: J. Morris, L. Plalf, J. Peferson D. Jamison, L. Hupp, J. Combs, P. Hanson B. Reark, J. Larsen, J. Meyers, T. Talbofl, B. Amerding, S. Savale, B. Traskowski, P. Porler, K. Trembalh, P. McCurdy, P. Smith. BAND FIRST ROW, leff fo riqhl: D. Davidson, P. Shoplauqh, P. Lemos, C. Peferson, M. Healy, S. Lonergan. SECOND ROW: D. Bone, C. Weckerle, A. Conpher, P. Towers, G.Thurs1on, J. Cullen, G. Heinbockel, C. Soares F. Arbogasf, K. Takahashi, J. Hall, T. Pope, M. Tinay. THIRD ROW: L. Anderson, C. Schorr, K. Cooper, S. Slusser, S. Pitkin, B. Neighbor, R. Ball, D. Morrow, W. Danforfh, S. Faulk, R. Pape, G. Claussenius, B. Edgar, D. Tolles, J. Phelps, H. Jones, Dlrecfor R. Hansen MUSIC COUNCIL LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Wadman, 'Dee Tolles, Jean Andersen, Larry Anderson, Gary Claussenius, Pal .Mono Smilh, Fred Arbogasf, Phylllis Porfer. THE PRODUCED BY THE ACALANES MUSIC DEPARTMENT Bill Wadman as Nanlci-Poo Jim Larsen as Pish-Tush John Spieql as Poo-Bah Paul Hansen as Ko-Ko Belh Johnson as Yum-Yum Shirley Jones as Pilli-Sing Judy Rounds as Peep-Bo Jerry Combs as +he Mikado Barbara Bishop as Kaiisha and fhe members of +he chorus. 4 96 S.. , mx get wg Y ' Sw S 1 5- x ,ww -fv- is ' 2,5333 ,, qQ9"" DANCE PIED PIPER G- .. , 43 vii 9 x U . J f y fi w e Yr Q " Mx? . W F '-Ms c Q 3 ? Za Q .wiv , X E 9 XX ' 1, 1 11 M X V X 1, K L' LX -,V Mfg! , - ' 'M 'bil' -3 V- K 3 A: 1' K3 ,AX ,sf , Q 3 ' f' .. fx ,s f sig , ,Z . M ,J W M, b W ad N ag ' , , . 1 7 " - M ' .Q X Egg, ' 1? A ' N s P If r 1 ' ff I x ' -asf ,J ' :u Q A 5,:5.,f ,., I X 5 1 . X f ' b f 9 .. -X.::g: : Q: aa- -! A g , .: ' XXXX "'L,MXXXLX.X 1 ' ff gf gp . z XX i z. I N: S X, Q f 3 'T' V I M 7 pp - 5 ' 'Q A i f .A f , W My o I , V51 ., ww .fii,f' 1 . X 151-1:-:If. 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MILLWORK o PAINT o HARDWARE YEllowsI'one 4-9348 I70I Locusi S'IreeI Walnu'I' Creek CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '54 'mania REAL ESTATE PESHON li l and RUG WORKS R E A LTO R INSURANCE l I376 Main S'I'ree'I Walnul' Creek 2I06 Main Sfreel, Walnui Creek YEllows+one 4 3202 Phone YEllows+one 4-764I SPROUSE REITZ CO. NORM ROBINSON VARIETY STORES , CHEVRON DEALER I357 Main Sfreei' 64 Moraga Highway WALNUT CREEK ORINDA YEllows'Ione 4-7374 CLifford 4-5I0l YEllowsIone 4-37I9 Walnul' Creek, Calif OAKLAND . . . Broadway ai 12th Broadway Center, Walnut Creek PAY ONLY W MONTHLY WITH GRODINS 90-DAY CHARGE HENDRICK PIANO CO. Lesfer Pianos o Magnavox TV Kralcauer Pianos o Zenilh TV 6 Janssen Pianos LAFAYETTE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. RCA Vicfor TV o Wurlilzer Organs 3397 Moraga B-lvd. RENTAL PURCHASE PLAN BUILDING MATERIALS 2370 M'l'. Diablo Blvd. Walnul Creek California Phone ATlanl'ic 4-44l2 Lafayeffe, California JACK PEDDER JOSEPH'S PHYSICAL CULTURE STUDIO INSURANCE BODY BUILDING AND WEIGHT GAINING 995 Hough Sfreel ATlanfic 4.4bl4 2327 Ml. Diablo Blvd. YEIlows'lone 4-8205 NORMAND'S - JEWELERS Cusfom Made Jewelry WATCHES ' DIAMONDS 8 Plaza Way ATIanfic 3-602l MARIE E. SNEDEKER Realfor REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone ATlanfic 4-4730 3595 Mf. Diablo Blvd. Residence ATlanl'ic 4-4506 Lafayeffe, California LAFAYETTE TOYLAND TOYS ' HOBBIES ' CRA FTS 3675 Mf. Diablo Blvd. ATlanfic 4-463l DIABLO DRUG CO. Your Friendly Rexall Drug Sfore I374 Main Sfreel Walnuf Creelr California CALIFORNIA GLASS CO. 3423 Golden Gafe Way ATIan'lic 3-3832 DIABLO FENCE CO. REDWOOD PLANTERS ' TUBS ' BASKETS Phone ATlan'l'ic 3-3605 3407 Mf. Diablo Blvd. LAFAYETTE BEAUTY SHOPPE Garrelf Building ATlan'lic 4-4662 Lafayeffe GEORGE BRAY Your Friendly Phofographer ATlan'lic 4-424l 3562 Ml. Diablo Blvd. Lafayeffe, California METROPOLITAN PIANO Phone ATIan'lic 3-28 I5 3677 Ml. Diablo Blvd. Lafayeffe, California LAFAYETTE PHARMACY RELIABLE PRESCRIPTIONS LOCALLY SXLH Green Sfamps Morl' Sparling ATlan'lic 3-2l6l COMPLIMENTS of JAY I3EDSWORTH'S TU NN EL INN MT. DIABLO BOULEVARD LAFAYETTE PI1one ATIan'Iic 4-4523 N AT E ' S DELICATESSEN For Dependable Service Specializing in HOME COOKED FOODS And Many O+I1er Delicacies Owned and Operafed by NATE AND ELENA HAWTHORNE MI. Diablo Blvd. ATIanI'ic 3-3580 A. B. MENGES CO. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING AND DRAPERIES 2073 MI. Diablo Blvd. YEIIowsIone 4-33I4 YEIIows+one 4-8926 BSA VILLAGE SPORT CENTER CUSI-IMAN scooTERS . ENGLISH BIKES WALNUT CREEK SHEET METAL cmd FURNACE, Inc- NEW FU RNACES INSTALLED Furnace and SI'IeeI'Me+aI InsIaIImen'I's of all kinds Repair Service of all Makes of Furnaces Phone YEIIows'I'one 4-9386 I I9 Tunnel Road WaInu+ Creek W R I G H T' S VILLAGE PHARMACY Phone CLiFFord 4-2 I 5I 79 Orinda Highway Orinda, California CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS or '54 KIRKEBY 81 BITNES Sales and Service JEWELRY Floyd and Tex New , , , 2770 Iv1+.DIabIo Blvd. waInuI creek, C.-III. '356 Mem Smal ' Walnul Geek' Ca"I"""a I IO7 COM PLIMENTS 3 I 79 College Avenue Evenings CLi'FFord 4-226I Berkeley, California HU 3-2926 OLSEN BROTHERS General Building Con+rac+ors HDISTINCTIVE HOMES" Resideniial Commercial COMPLIMENTS OF Qmstwmmis 965 Moraga Blvd. ATIan+ic 3-33 I 8 BEST wlsl-ies AND CONGRATULATIONS LAFAYETTE DIME 81 DOLLAR STORE 3545 MI. Diablo Blvd. ATIan'Iic 4-99 I 8 SHOO TIME La Fiesfa Square SHOPP'NG JoRY's FLOWERS LafayeH.e Walnul' Creek COMPLIMENTS of SOUTH BERKELEY CREAMERY SUPER SAVER MARKET YOUR FRIENDLY SUPER MARKET "You'II Meel' Your Neighbor a+ Super Saver" NO PARKING PROBLEMS La'FayeHe California SUN VALLEY LUMBER COMPANY QUALITY o SERVICE 3287 MI. Diablo Blvd. Lafaye'H'e ATIanI'ic 3-2262 ATlanI'ic 3-29 I 6 OGDEN'5 TWEEN TOGS W. M. FQWDEN 57 Orinda Highway Orinda Village Y G h d A + f ' X L GIRLS - PLAYCLOTI-ies and swim suns ou' 'ey ow' gen They're Terri+ic This Year VACATION TOURS and CHARTERS FELLOWS-LEVI'S . Angelus Peggers-Navy, Gray, Khaki Lafayeim A1-Ianhc 3'27I4 ' L'ff d 4-2421 Phone Arianna 3-6187 Nighh Lmascape 4-4I92 Glance Helm C ' 0' FRANco's FLORIST "C" Franco for Flowers 074 FLOWERS Fon ALL OCCASIONS 0R1Ij,P,Q-,,kX,IFEI7,QgGE 3557-A MI. Diablo Blvd. Lafaye+'I'e, California IOI Orinda Highway Gifls for Men GRINDA PHARMACY CASA ORINDA Tunnel Road BI' Orinda SPECIALIZING IN Phones: ROTISSERIE BROILED CHICKEN CLiFFord 4-43I I Cl-hcford 4-43 I2 CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS . ORINDA CROSSRIOADS CLiFiorcI 4-298 I Orinda California FINE PHOTO FINISHING ORINDA ORINDA HARDWARE CAMERA SHOP A Nexi +o Orinda TI'Iea'Ier' AT CROSSROADS FILM RENTAL LIBRARY CLi'FiOrd 4-2585 CLiFford 4-502I Open Sundays 9- I 2 A.M FINE AMERICAN AND PROVINCIAL FURNITURE Phone YE"""5i""e 5'57'7 I WILLERT AND HENRIKSEN C L A R K s P, . umbmg Coniracfors l53I Locusf Sfreef Wainui' Creek YEIIowsIone 4-3658 224I N. Main SI.. WGINUI' Cre If I WILLY'S FOUNTAIN FURS BY HAREL HAMBURGERS ' THICK SHAKES Compieie Fur Service "Red" Jones' Mo'rI1er CUSTOM-MADE FURS 394i MI. DiaIaIo BIvcI. New Managemeni I256 Souih Main Sireei YEIIows+one 5-5228 Walnuf Cre Ii I262 Broadway YEIIows+one 4-7309 BICYCLES ' LAWN MOWERS - SALES - SERVICE ID KEYS MADE ' SAWS FILED 24'HOUR SERVICE I3lI Commercial Lane Alley beiween Locusf and Ma WaInu'f Creek Idis and Mac Duncan WaInu+ Creek GRADUATES OF JUNE '54 B L A C K ' S GUARD YOUR CREDIT M A R K E T CIS G Orinda SACRED TRUST FINE DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED FOOD 'MEAT RETAILERS COLLECTION AND CREDIT GROCERIES , PRODUCE ASSOUATION BAKERY - DELICATESSEN GRACE and ORLO SOMMERS, Managers FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS 0 Pirrsburg ' Mar+inez ' Concord ' Walnur Creek 63 Moraga Highway CLi'FFord 4-4366 If --SQQi'IIIIIR 1 A f A3 -Yff A I I Z X my If Ivwf EMI? brig Cy R f W ,III L11 0:7 .X-. IEW ,M ilan iisIII?III I , .. MCDONNELL NURSERY I262 Sourh Main S+ree+ WaInu+ Creek, California Phone YEIIows+one 4-2 I 74 STATE FARM INSURANCE BOIES 8: SOULE AUTO ' LIFE ' FIRE ReaI'Iors 3407 MI. Diablo Blvd. ATIan'ric 3-3784 Orinda Crossroads CLi'Fford 4-435I SAL'-YIS TOMMIE HORTON'S LADIES' AND CHILDRENS APPAREL O R , N D A CLEANERS Across from POST Office 235 Brookwood Road Orinda Complimenfs of B O M A C ' S LAFAYETTE PAINT AND HARDWARE BICYCLES - LAWN MOWERS - LOCKSMITHINIG Sales and Service ATIan+ic 3-3422 I947 Mi. Diablo Boulevard Walnui Creek TEACHERS' DAY April 27 will long be remembered by Jrhe laculfy of Acalanes. This was Teachers' day. The leachers, allired in casual clolhing, 'leaslecl on +he cafe+eria's be-sl while rulhless Seniors lecl The classes. ww fm-nw,-, lm , 5- , 'U N A ., A---, N . ww JOHN T. SHRODER I N S U R O R Phone YEllows+one 4-6759 l383 Main S+ree+ Walnui' Creek IRV MAGILL a TED SCHRODER o BOB SCHRODER 4 CARY 84 MIDDLETON 1 1 , ia S ASSOCIATED SERVICE M+. Diablo and Moraga Road . . . ATlan+ic 4-9905 Mi. Diablo and Thompson Road . . ATlan+ic 4-9940 H lLl.Sl DE MOTEL "On +l'Ie Curve- Jusi' Wesi' of Lafaye'He" MR. and MRS. R. H. MOSSMAN ATlan+ic 4-9937 3783 Mi. Diablo Boulevard Lafaye'H'e, California C O M P L I M E N T S if .l.EIDY'8 G 0 CUNTRY IRL T THE "I.ANZ" STORE N Broadway Cenfer I Walnui' Creek FANCY FOODS DRESSES and SEPARIATES Orinda in +l1e Village Clifford 4-438i for School and Vacaiion Too! V2 MILE EAST OF lllillllii Dale LAFAYETTE GRADUATES of J U N E '54 ,J-'33 '29 May Commencemenf for you mark "noi 'I'I1e end, bul +l'1e be- . I ginning, ofher goals se+ for +he mms winning." 503555 9 S Dk ELSEWHERE . " rwunurcnux jewelry ITf.1L'5L'L.sIS5" I S mmeras Cv' gws N O W H E R E CALL YEllowsione 4-4472 arnation Qmpan A FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS 26I6 Nor'l'I1 Main Sfreel' Walnul Creek, California CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 "The Food You Like" TOWN cmd COUNTRY COMPLETE FOUNTAIN and BAKERY BE I Open7a.m.I'o9 p.m. N l300 Broadway Walnui C We Feaiure MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS COSTUME JEWELRY LAFAYETTE FOOD CENTER L GROCERIES o MEATS lslo Main s+fee+ YElIows+one 4-2848 PRODUCE ' FRESH POULTRY ATIan'l'ic 3-8908 MI. Diablo BI d G O R D O N ' S FLAGSTONE - BRICK - BARBECUE EQUIPMENT 3672 MI. Diablo Blvd. HEADQUARTERS FOR LEVI PEG TOPS ,.,. , ., -3? LalayeHe, California ATlan+ic 3-3900 Com plimenfs of gl ',r-' BOEVER'S ANIMAL HOSPITAL Aq.. BON VOYAGE, CLASS OF '54 VSTVIAVWIAZTE '1'fQf BRIDWELL REAL ESTATE .wg A Orinda Village CLifford 4-229I REAL ESTATE SERVICE CO. CHARLIE GREER - Real+cr ATlan'IiC 3-363l 6 Lafayefle Plaza ST. MARY'S BARBER SHOP Now Open lo Ihe Public EXPERT I-IAIRCUTTTINC Men, Women and Children PLENTY OF PARKI-NC SPACE INSURANCE Plaza Way LafayeHe III .-'v"?' WALNUT CREEK CLEANERS Walnul' Creelc ffl l349 Main YE 4-2404 Iii" CRINDA PIXI E SI-ICP 'lIiI':Ai:iAlI I TOGS and TOYS Ever Thin for Kids WN , "I4:I: . 55 Orinda Highway Y g Orinda, California -. ii LAFAYETTE RENTAL 8. HARDWARE TH E EMPORI UM 3697 MI. Diablo Blvd. ATIanlic 4-4438 L A F A Y ET T E LAWRENCE WALLACE C"mP'imen+f of Real-lor LAFAYETTE PAINT and HARDWARE 3701 Mr. Diablo Blvd. Lafayelfe Aflanffgc 3,3422 OFFEN'S HARDWARE SCOTT SHEPPARD CHEVRON STATION ATlanl'Ic 3-288l Phone ATlanfic 4-9930 LafayeH'e. Calif PIONEER FOOD MARKET Lafayelle ATlanI'ic 4-440l ATlan+ic 4-4582 3685 M'l'. Diablo Blvd. Lafayelie, C D AV E' S HAPPY VALLEY NURSERY P I CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '54 fi'-9 the Original Saddle, with the tapered toe LA FIESTA SPALDIN FOODS -',"'-AT.,..- ,.,,.,,,,: CROCERIES . MEATS ,,.. IAI PRODUCE V CONVENIENCE . SERVICE S' Pleniy Oi WHITE BUCKS . BROWN and WHITE SADDLES FREE PARKING SUTTON SHOES 977 Moraga Road ATIMHC 3-NI3 La Fiesfa LafayeHe Phone ATlan'I'Ic 3-2800 PLUMBING o RADIANT HEATING Telephone ATlanI'ic 3-2528 3667 Mi. Diablo Boulevard La'fayeH'e, California BOERO'S SPORTS SHOP AWARD SWEATERS 0 SKI EQUIPMENT ATHLETIC SHOES and GYM CLOTHING- Pl'Ione YEllows'I'one 4-3263 I636 Main SI'ree'I' Walnu'I Creek, California OUR SINCEREST THANKS TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS FOR THE CHEERFUL COOPERATION ON THE PARENTS' CLUB MEETINGS AND ACTIVITIES ACALANES HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS' CLUB SIMPSONIS ORCHARD NURSERY I DRAPERIES LaTayeTTe California "'!"u!'I I ' " -:LE-I-IS Jaglll -:arguing nunsenvu fulfil! It V - it BOTT'S ASSOCIATED SERVICE Phone YEIIowsTone 4-9973 I gn 3723 T' I785M' ST T WI TC k,CI'T ' a"' a nu 6 ' AFRICAN VICLET sPEC1ALlsTs MILK Jack Schneider o STew,arT Wade Midway BeTween LaTayeTTe and Orinda WAL T C ' O ' . . . NU REEK CONC RD OAKLAND ATIanTlc 4-4474 LaTayeTTe, California R. C. McBRIDE JR. EI- REY MARKET "LeT Me Handie Your Building ProbIems" NoThing BuT The BesT COMMERCIAL ' RESIDENTIAL ' APARTMENTS We Are As CIose As Your Phone REMODELING ' ALTERATIONS BUILDINGS MQVED TRY OUR DELIVERY SERVICE P. O. Box 92 Phone YEIIowsTone 4-446I I729 San Luis Road WaInuT Creek YEIIowsTone 4-373I I655 Main STreeT WaInuT Creek FARMER'S INSURANCE GROUP WiIIard N. Johnson YEIIowsTone 4-574I REIC-HOLD -CHEVROLET CO. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER SINCE me YEIIowsTone 4-948I EasT Main STreeT, WaInuT Creek I326 I-OCUSI' Sifeei WBIUUI Creek- California GOOD LUCK FROM - I ' 4' my sf. ' ' MUSICAL ACCESSORIES .I ' I ' Gi , - RECORDS LAFAYETTE AUTO PARTS fm , T , WCS LaTayeTTe, CaIi'fornia ATIanTic 3-35I2 I52l Main STreeT YEIIowsTone 4-2702 THE CAMERA SHOP YOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS I393 Main STreeT YEIIowsTone 4-3507 No AKLAN sTaTT member will deny ThaT selling ads is a diFFicuIT Task aT besT. And by The same Token he will agree ThaT if iT were noT Tor The cooperaTion and generosiTy shown by The adverTisers, iT wouId be an impossible Task. THANK YOU, ADVER-TISERS SCHOOL DAZE, a fashion review of Jrheir high school career, produced as a climax of +he year's ac+ivi+y by The Girls' League. MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA .. .. p f W N 4 ' k I L Y s 3 N r tl 3 I w 5 F N A 1 5 Y 5 3 Q as 3 s 5. 2 s 3 l2l THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES INVITES YOU TO INVESTIGATE THE OPPORTUNITY WE OFFER TO BECOME A LIFE UNDERWRITER The Following Men in Your Communi'I'y Have Found ReaI Success Wi'I'h The EquiI'abIe: SAMUEL W. COOMBS, C.L.U., Manager R. B. ALLEN MAX COONS PAUL FANNING J. L. MORTENSEN Eas+ Bay Headquariersz Phone GLencour+ I-0823 2900 Lakeshore Avenue N i Oakland, California BURMA ROAD REST URANT O R I N D A A T H E E R 0 CHINESE DISHES . AMERICAN DISHES ' ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 2250 MI. Diablo Blvd. YEIIows+one 4-2890 DIABLO DRUG CO. BUDGET CLEANERS Your Friendly RexaII S'I'ove Nex+ 'Io Suparsaver Phone YEIIows+one 4-9363 Main Sfreef Walnuf Creek Mf. Didbio Blvd. ATIGNNC WALNUT CREEK HARDWARE OOOO LOOK FROM CONTRA COSTA STATIONERS EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE OFFICE SUPPLIES AND BOOKS Locusi Siraef YEIIowsIone 4-3500 I390 Main Siraai' YEIIows+one 4-4302 WaInu+ Craalr "I.ET'S GET ASSOCIATED" OAMPANA MUSE TROY'S ASSOCIATED SERVICE a oa Lafaydfe Orinda Cross Roads Orinda, California Phone: CLifford 6-99ll MgRd Best Wishes to the Class of '54 . . . The Sfudio of Qalyufuuzy, Official Pl1o+ographerfor ACALANES HIGH SCHOOL l288 Sou+h Main S+ree+ v Walnu+ Creek There are many people who have given of 'rheir 'lime and faleni' To make +his book possible. To 'rhem The mem- bers of The AKLAN s'l'al:F wish To exiend 'rheir whole-hearfed Jrhanlcs. - TED AND DOT GURNEY Ted Gurney, phofographer BETSY PEMBROKE BETTY LOPEY W. C. THOMSON ROBERT LORD MILLICENT I-IAMBURGER BILL RETCI-IIN S. K. Smifh Co. 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