Amador Valley High School - Don Days Yearbook (Pleasanton, CA)

 - Class of 1939

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ft- 1939 DUN DQYS AMADOR VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Pleasanton, Calif. 1939 Man's self-conscious pride in accom- plishment is newg he has developed a sense of exhibitionism. His exhibits from the small county fair to the mammoth shows of the last decade give evidence of his desire to show himself and the World what he has been able to accomplish. On Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay is further proof of progress. There Pacifica keeps watch over representative exhibits from the many nations of the Pacific area. We, as students, are proud of our ac- complishments, and this yearbook bears witness to that fact. In it you will find a chronicle of the year's events and the story of student life at Amador. 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A THE COUNCIL Top How' Ioe Arndrdi Bob Schmidt IU: McCann Frank Molina George Ydrncxguchi Ionn Vizzolini Second Row Dorothy Oxsen Gladys Amczro Theresa Erdcisco Ruth Hansen Lily Cdtfodio Iune Sorensen FRANK MOLINA DORIS MENDONCA HELEN FREITAS SHIRLEY DURKEE CARON MCGONEGAL HELEN KAMP BEN BRUCE VIVIAN MENDOZA BOB CASTERSON HM MCCANN MARY DURKEE EARL KING, President MILDRED BRYANT DON HAAS DENESA VIZZOLINI ANGELO CAVESTRI 5 ge. Q, . 3 in THG CLHSS .1 6 I OF 1939 GEORGE KRUSE IUNE SORENSEN HERMAN KOOPMANN RUTH HANSEN IACK FIORIO LILY CAFFODIO DENNY MCCOY we Lb x "J", fy gs, , , FUMIKO WATANABE FLORENCE AZEVEDO JOSEPH EASTMAN WINIFRED DOUCETTE FRANCIS HATHEWAY LAURINE FREDERIKSEN DONALD BECKETT IEAN REGENWETTER BOB SCHMIDT f. .3 .' rs 1 M ,K .uf , A A -, ,,, -. s, ' Y '4' .1 The Iuniors The lunior class, the largest in the school, has had many active members in scholastic, athletic, and extra- curricular activities. They have been under the able supervision ot their adviser, Mrs. Bennett, and their OffiCe-IS, Sergio Bonetti, Bob Haas, Virginia Wasson, and Bette-Georgiene Arendt. Top Bow Boy Moller Harold Nielsen Howard Hansen, Mrs. Bennett, William Toaspern, Morris Elsnab, Second Bow Dick Trimmingham Myrel Rich Bill Hall, Lois White, Eleanor Kamp, Sigrid Oleson, Elsie Berns Iohn Fraciscc Robin Bruce Harold Malmquist, Tom Butler, Third Bow Rosemary Sessa Marielouise Roberts Mary Miller, Alice Taylor, Dolores Miller, Bernice Cahalan Dorothy Machado lda Wolfenoerger, Hazel Machado, Norma Frost, Helen Baker, Made- Bottom Row Norma Volpi Mary Sancata Adeli e Sa'reno, George Yamaguchi, Bob Haas, Sergio Bonetti, Bette Georgiene Arendt V1 ginia Vvassori Gladys Amare, Elaine Lund, Eleanor Koopmann, Gene- . rug, Li- 'l --Q-.... ,.,.,, ,, 5 . wi J . 22-1 - ' ,- f Q F bu' . . L Q -Fwmh g -an ' ". ' 1 Li I its l psi U35 ...H ,,- ,-,,,,w, -- 1--1 .sat I I 'K ' M" ,- 2' A 4 ta 'Wifi' ' Dlfifdi 44 -1's"Q1-,F VIA ??:':2: uw " v. -0 I W 1 , x ig 5515 anna.---,. , THE SCDPHOIHQBGS The Sophomores have had an eventful year. The annual Sophomore Hop, an Hawaiian dance, this year was unusually successful, The Sophomores as a class received honors for their Work in interfclass rally pro- gram competition. They were advised by Miss Dunbar and directed by President William Sanchez, Vice- President Berle Seery, Secretary Lillian Deni, Treasurer Blanche Cabral. QQ! Tow Bow: Alfred Cattalini, Peter Andersen, Iohn Proffitt, Morris Bernard, Dick An- derson, Arthur Garatalo, Mayo Miller, Bob Trimmingham, Alvin Mendoza, Elwood Messa, Miss Dunbar. Middle Bow' Torie Vamaquchi, Marjorie White, Bessie Beratlis, Bonnie Miller, Laferne King, Betty Hall, Alma Cronin, Betty Gibson, Hazel Gipson. Bottom Bow: Ioe Arnaral, Theresa Fracisco, Blanche Cabral, William Sanchez, Berle Seery, Lillian Deni, Phyllis Doucette, Elizabeth Mueller. F sr- if-fi The Freshmen The Freshmen are energetic and enthusiastic. They participate in all activities. They give great promise in athletics, journalism, and in music. Miss Brown, in her Freshman year at Amador, has given theni rnuch encouragement. Their officers show by their expressions that they enjoy their jobs. President Kenny Enos has led the class in every activitiy. l-le was assisted by Vice-President Barney McCoy, Secretary Lillian Burdick, and Treasurer Barbara Lanini. Top Bowi N. L. Shotwefl, lack Sampson, Walter Andrade, Robert Kolb, Bill Proffitt, loe Wolfenberger, Marcus Reichmuth Louis laclcson, Miss Brown Second Bow Marvin Meyers, Tony Cavestri, Louis Sessa, Lovell Larsen, LaVerne Kruse, Betty Ann Sch l Ed in F itaf El F ' ' n c er cr' 'V ' r ' u z, w re u,, .wool Sianluecko., To... Suicata, lack Butler, Bert Edson, B.uce Munro Third Bow Fumi Matsurtioto, Harulco Begasa, P-.ngelzttz Cardona, Antonia Madrid. Doris Frary, Matilda Higuera, Thelma Servos Miyako Begosa, Dorothy Edson, Marjorie Oliveira, Verna Delucchi, Shirley Oxsen, Dolores Vzada Bottorn Bow Betiy' lrlcpfrjr, LaVerr.e Silva, l.orra1r.c- Allen, Patsy Morris, Dorothy Cxsen, lohn Vizzolini, Barbara Lanini Lillian Burdick, Barney McCoy, Millie Morris, Ellie Beratlpzf, Phyllis Badhruch, Audrey Terry, Richard Kooprriann 1-4 T4-2-Z ' 5 Y re? ald- HS Q kwa if I W I ni I I, 1 I III I A,, am If I 31" -I4 I I , , I A l I W .vi fi '64 IF? III ff ff? I al N if 54 I 1 T e ' 1 V THE IUNIOR IITTERBUGS g 3, A . fff ' !.?g'? 1 .Q- ln- zfgfs ,, THE ORCHESTRA J'-1.-LA , Q- : ,'X-ff ann-- as 'E- Viva . , ,y..-if - . ' 5,4 5 THE BANI2 ll -1 11 Iii. laik qu A ,. M- D fs' , vin. ' "L-Y-1 2 P . + 5, Bic.. milf... E : ,z':'1 Ka f MLK . M......Jf, ZZ1 gil lf? Top Row Bette-Georgiene Arendt, George Kruse, Hazel Gzpson, George Yamaguchi. Front Row Elaine Lund, Gladys Amaro, Ruth Hansen, Lily Cattodio, Myrtle Rose, Verna Delucchi C S F members Future Farmers of Emerica Top Row' Peter Anderson, Lawrence Mendoza, lohn Proffitt, Mr Patterson, Arthur Garatolo, Marcus Reichrnuth, Robin Bruce, Elwood Messa, Bert Edson. Second Row Bruce Munro, Robert Kolb, Marvin Meyers 'Nilliam Sanchez, Bill Proffitt, Louis lGClCSOT1, loe Woltenherger, Alfred Cattalini, lack Butler, Morris Bernard. Third Row Edwin Ereitas Elwood Stahlnecker Richard Koopmann, loe Amaral lohn Cronin, George Yamaguchi, Roy Moller Harold Nielsen, Francis Hatheway, Morris Elsnab, Ormond Smith, Torn Butler, Torn Sakata S55 51 QV , fee ' ,fri QI 'f . 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SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Bfick Bmw Elorffncfe Azevf-dz Sxlrle-'g llurkcwe, Mal' dwd Bryznt. From? Bmw Tune Sorehsfen, Eeffri 'hzzfltni Mary Durkoe, Buth H:'m:'f2rL 4'Bx1t2x Hf1h,:Qr1',1 mature does not Gppeurj ' A V as : V 474 ,i , 3- a. X. 1.4 f ' Q ff, H N , G Auf 7,31 6 is dana' Y Wy, . . a ,M 'H V, sgx I 1 if T O A , 5 ' pg .2 9 - A - ,. -1 . . 4 by-, ' ,..L.. ' flvv-Q' -4 EBESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM CKB A BetvHoptrv B I A Z 1 of Nfidldl A41 U Ver .e 51"- vq N, ,IT Clfi .Yi -TUG 1,6,,ACC..1 re not appfx., T 7 2 mf, W' , ' X4 1 if ,A 3 3545 xl 'f"M X " YI N J .Sli 1 1"'1 , 'raft ' , ..-A - . . f 'fvt " ' W 4 A ,.,,..,,,,... ' -- uf. f,1 1. 2.-.-f.,-' o o -...M , ,L vsdw-o -1-U " 'A V '- A ' W " if 5 , ,' 33- 'N V-" ' 3, ,g'1m.f -4ffQl1-1's' 1 .,A, A, ,L--, A. .W A 0 8,55 '4 'fl - I ,f :i:5,l:e:"1' "1..'7f-'gs I7 'T f 10 "f - f -Q - - V f 1 ' - '.,, ,Wg 4 Q fift, A v 1 ,,,... -, , 1' , ,Ms-w.f',-1 H, ,X 1 Q wa! V , fix ' ' 'ffywffw-f-W 7"7'P"w 'wg i c- "wif-fiE?'7Bv 54 'ffyfl ' " f'i..'. 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WINIFRED oouczwz, PTC.'I1d6El'1T i f-, A al HELEN KAMP, Treasurer S' w ' ' RUTH HANSEN, Vxce Prfrgident C I R C L E A Top Row Vmrfgzmz Wcxggcn, Lfy Ccffodxo Mary Durkee, bfilij Dunbar Second How Rmb Hfmsen Wzni- fred Douce-tie, V1'.':'xr1 Miri- dozzx Bottom ROW Mildred BI'Y'ITXf,HQlCI'1 Kamp, ILLTIC Sorermaen. U I 0 V.'IT'IIFHED 2 DOUCETTE X ' vs. - m X , ,, N4 Q,f" 'ki' 541, I ' 4 .5 -1 ' 'J ' v 4 ' 'i,i F f 'E :i?f'7!1 'J K K 1 " Sm K '- ,"' I, gy" X, , 1 K f Q. 7 ' '34,-3,513 . J S , 1 Ya n El f mv 1 ' garb Eg g , . " A li if V 2 'fi 'Q I ' x -v B , 3 QQ ,..- 41 il, f. K 9,9 -4 .il i 1' .LA 'gs ! .Q ' W 'ffff rx ""' W at 1 N ,' ,sh 'xx 9 X' - I A Nii- , X I- 5 A' A I t R' V 1 ' lv JA V-A I 1418. , - I 1 Q ,ffwxy ,- , . ' ' 3 M 5 45 4 'ff ff E ff Q' 4 'A ' 'y A' ig ' K , , p 4 X-gi Q 1, '36 A .A 3 i vi' u I x x X ,AMADQR GREETS W' THE G. G, 1. E. AN, IUITHIN , S THQSG 511 I 'Lei 'fwu' 'L' 2 X W ' 4 . 5 N fl "4 -, fx rj f " 1 i iw 'A K4 1 li , aw-0 2- I v w 'IA 'A IUQLLS fax if Q EI I CXQQIE KEE CCDLEMAN 130 GEARY STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA LIDGXJ ' EP E! E1 .gg .. .... ..... ...... . ....... "You Know Our Prices Are Right" KIRKPATRICICS 5c-IOC-l5c STORES Pleasanton-St. Helena PLEASANTON ELECTRIC CO. Washing Machines Vacuum Sweepers Electrical Installation Radio Service - Radios Irons "Nothing Over 49c" Refrigerators llllllllll Ill'llllliillllllllllflllll llllllllill llllllllllllllli blllllllllllll llllllllllllllillllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIQ E' ' "-''-'-''-"''---'""-'--"----'-"----'--"-'---"------'-------'----- -----"--'- Q Q ------'--'------------"-------"--- - --"'-'------'--'-"-"'---------'-----"-'--------------- el PEW' mg O' 'he Home PIOTIO CS VIZZOIIHI Fancy Groceries FURNITURE CO. Household Goods Radios o Dishes Vegetables and Fruits Linoleum . Mill Feeds Furniture Refrigerciol-S 5 French and Italian Imported Goods Q Phone 33-I 31 Rose Ave. A11 s ld o E r s - 629 Mum sf D Piglsqiiiiii, cum. Pleasanton' CGM- I. """llll I llllllllllll ll llllllllllllllllllllll llll llllllll l llllllllIlllllllllllllllllll E 61 llllllglqllll gglgllllpll lpplqllgllg lqqqpllllllllllg lllgllglgglll Q ln luululn ..1.ll..l.n..l.l.,..,,......,,.,V 3 ,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 CI-IRISTESEN'S SHOES, HOSIERY, MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR Headquarters for School and Sport Clothing CRUIKSI-IANK ci KOLLN HARDWARE, PLUMBING and HOUSEHOLD GOODS H. G. Kolln, Prop. : PHONE 238 5 S Pleasanton, Calif. KEEP YOUNG and BEAUTIFUL S t u di e H t S -' GI - : I lt pays to loolr well. HM s CREAMERY HGVeoggg,o5151f Cm V' : . . Q Antiseptic Barber Hamburgers Shakes . Ice Cream Dishes A. M. Alameda, Prop. unnnn uuuuuunu nnuunuunnnn 56 .-.. - ...--. E :nn E THROUGH THE YEARS For remembrance through the years, there is no finer, more lasting, more desirable gift than jewelry. At any of the three Granat Stores, you will find the perfect gift to express your friendship and your sentiments. THE COURTESY OF C-5RANAT'S GENEROUS CREDIT POLICY IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE And, for dependable time through the years, choose a nationally famous watch from Granat's. GRANAT BROS. 2390 Mission Street - 156 Geary Street - San Francisco 1900 Broadway - Oakland :si in E ..... ......., El g3......... E1 V Safeway - MacMarr "Dependable Groceries" E SHOP HERE REGULARLY AND KEEP YOUR FOOD COSTS DOWN. Frank Roop, Manager FXDQZB Dick Longs Market Choice Meats V E A. V R. Dankworth, Inc Manufacturers of your fine HERFF-IONES RINGS Senior commencement invitations and personal cards. 82 Second Street San Francisco, Calif. . E4 um mmm -I--Muni gnu-nn.-n -u U Q-nun--U --u------ I -lnvf Q Q Q Frank Trirningham AUTHORIZED SHELL DEALER Pleasanton, Calif. iii 1? ----- -'--------'- Q I-Iagstronis I FRIENDLY FOOD STORE - ............... ............... 5 5' """""' """"" E' '? "MY STORE" - BAIROS G GRAI-IAM CXQQIW Pleasanton, Calif. ............... .......... 5 E' """""""' """""""" I? 'E' The Pleasanton Times The Home Town Paper Since 1886 5 ............-... ---------. Ei ------------ -------'-'-- unuuunQ INSURE WITH Ernest W. Schween C-XQQZD 514 Main Street Pleasanton, Calif. .mmm---n -I-wi-I-'Q LetIriaIn's Cafe O 465 Main Street Pleasanton, Calif. COMPLIMENTS OF I B O E R O ' S 6X1-D173 DUBLIN HOTEL DUBLIN MEAT MARKET H. MOLLER G1 I3 ------------------------------------------------------------------ -------'------------'--- E1 E1 -'---- El Valley Creamery Grade "A" E Pasteurized Milk and Cream. a We solicit your patronage and deliver twice daily. 18 Neal si. Pieqsqmon, Calif. : Phone 211 E1 ...... .......................... E1 EI ------- ----1------ 1 -E1 El' lohnson and Nielsen I Complete Automotive Service Welding-eBody Work- -Painting PHONE l38 Pleasanton, Calif E :nun nm nunuuuuuunn nuinum-un u1111111u111 1uuuu111E Emu nun Dietrich's Coffee Shop V The Place to Go When Dining Out. We specialize in high class food. Quality lce Cream and Sodas Try Our Students Lunch 7l l Main Street nunnunnunuuunnmnnn11unnnunnuunmmmnumunmunuunn The Confidence of a Community for Twenty Years is a TRUST, TRULY DESERVED The Reliable Drug Shop E. E. l-lartzell Pleasanton, California un 1.11111innnunnuim-nunuumimmmnimin -mn 1 'VHF ,TQMTPOQ T LP limmie Trimingham Charles Viacla Bud Trimingham Tony Viada lnvite You to Trade -,,. Gt 7,7 The Pleasanton Service Station - - A A 1- W -I Goodyear Tires Service Swuorl GGSO me Ol : Standard and Signal Gasoline IOHN NIEDT Expert Lubrication Our Specialty E, ....... . .... . ....... ....... . ........ ............ 5 5. ,.............,.................. ........................................ E, E1 -'----- "--i 1 11131 El --1------ ---1---1----11-------1-1--1--11-1---1---11-1----1-111-1--1111 ---11 in A.Ceorgis Shoe Store 525 Main Street Pleasanton, California 1 I PLEASANTCN BRANCH BANK CE AMERICA National Trust and Savings Association SAVHJCS -CCMMERCIAE eTRUST Friendly and Coxrigivlete Banking Service un:uuuumuuuu-un 11-mn mu We I-Iave a Real Interest in Amador I-Ii .... A number of Amador gradvates have been members of our s'aff in the past. AT PRESENT, GRADUATES WHO ARE ON OUR STAFF INCLUDE: Our Campus ANNETTE MARIE Representative WILLIAM oRG Emsm GE KR GE IS P A GEOR USE SCHMIDT l K Class of '34 Class of '35 Class of '39 Class of '38 and from time to time other Amador students have helped out in rush periods. We hope that the future progress of The First National Bank of Pleasanton may create other openings for Amador grads. We congratulate the Class of 1939 and extend our best wishes for your future happiness. TI-IQ FIRST NATIONAL BANK of PLEASANTON Pleasanton, California un: nnmuununannnunnnunnnnnunnnnnnmum nun Charles A. Gale and Walter T. Nilson V ATTORNEYS AT LAW Pleasanton, California CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES OF AMADOR HIGH Candies, Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, and Sandwiches WHEN IN DUBLIN, VISIT Tee-Pe Barbecue 151151 -1-----'-'--'------- ---- --------- -'-------- EI lil unuunu Pleasanton French Laundry AND DRY CLEANERS Phone 78 39315 All work done by hand- -24-hour service if wished I? 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