Amador Valley High School - Don Days Yearbook (Pleasanton, CA)
- Class of 1952
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BASIL PRESENTS ir
The Autumn ueens
campaigned in the usual Amador spirit to compete for ruler of the Halloween Carnival.
Delores Newberry, crowned at a royal ceremony- was victor over Wandgl Yancey, Sheila
Hansen and Ann Marie Riebli. Class president Frank Viada was King for the night.
Many new students were present when the class of 1955 climbed shyly up Amadofs
steps in September to be greeted by Basil and their appointed student counsellors.
FIRST ROW, left to right: A.
Wilkinson, J. Taylor, J. Seel-
ey, L. Oxsen. B. Reasoner, D.
Rierson. SECOND ROW: D.
Helgesen, G. Oxsen, A. Riehli,
N. Tunelli, R, Rahello, J.
White. THIRD ROIN: M. Mc-
Cracken, P. Wheeler, R. Trim-
ingham, Ii. Regalin, J. Mucias,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Trim-
ingham, Gordon Burnham, Rose
Teczun, Frank Boscarello,
President Ann Marie Riebli.
FIRST ROW, left tu right: C. Iiutup.
C. Marquette, J. Mello, I., Newberry.
J. Nehel, D. Huey. SECOND RUIY:
J. Hilton, J. Lenning, R. NIcNfahun, O.
Lutz, B. I.. Harris, S. Palmer. THIRD
ROYV: Nlr. Holden, H. Ililtun, NI.
Martin, R. Nlcliinley, H. Hudgdun, I..
FIRST ROIY. left tn right: L. Smith, D. Huey
B. Huey. SECOND ROW: J. Crowe, L. Y. Bur-
row, R. Nlcliinley.
FIRST ROW, left tu right: C. Marquette, P
Stout, C. Tescher, G. Magpiong, S. Maratas. SEC
UND ROW: J. Ohlson, B. Strickland, T. Carroll
FIRST ROW, left to right: J.
Clark, L. Garcia, G. Burnham, D.
De Tata, F. Boscarello, B. Bauer.
SECOND ROW: P. Arrasmith, H.
Avilla, S. Gritlitts, J. Casella, R.
Cordova, H. Galanida. THlRD
ROW: Mr. Mattson, J. Crowe,
I.. V. Burrow, J. Duffy. R. Guascu,
G. Cairo, T. Carroll.
STANDING, left to
fight J. Turner, A. Hur-
ley, E. Snyder. SEATED:
BOYS' BLOCK A
FIRST ROW. left to right: N. Andrade, F. Yiada, S. Crowe, Y. Lund, D.
Crowe, SECOND ROW: B. Cortez, VY. Bonde, S. Diios, J. Corege, E. Brown.
FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Andrade, F. Viada, S. Crowe, V. Lund, D.
Aileen Hurley, spring :md fall student body president,
welcomed Freshmen and new students. Her well-planned
program, accelerated by her top-flight officers and coun-
cil, was to make 1952 one of the finest in Amndorys history.
A new handbook containing state laws, school rules and
Amador methods was presented to each newcomer by Bob
Oxsen and Don Burnham.
FIRST ROW, left to right: J, Bridgeman, l.. Patterson, D. Munson, G. Snlac,
SECOND ROW: NI. Carter, J. Wuoding, Nl. Brittson. THIRD ROW: J.
Rierson. G. Fluitt, J. Carroll.
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IIESE two boys and -Iunerose Schlosser assisted by Mrs. Ar-
rasmith and Basil, directed student court activities for the fall:
Don as student body judge, klunerose and Bob as assistant justices.
Attendance problems were removed from court jurisdiction, leav-
ing various other misdemeanors to till its calendar.
Meanwhile student body government was concerned with prep-
arations for the annual school carnival, the biggest financial success
in Amador's history. NY'ith the student council in supervision and
with the diligent and conscientious efforts of XY'ayne Bonde and
Basil. floor plans, booth construction, and committee arrangements
The Student Body also extended extensive participation in the
founding of an E.B.C.A. Student League Association. Aileen
Hurley became its secretary. The purpose of this new organization
was to enlighten member students on problems prevalent to them
The constitution of the Purple and Gold was altered by several
amendments. Inclusive in these was the addition of a student body
otlice of Historian. Sophomore -lanet Grithth was the first ap-
Basil cast his "Yes', ballot with the majority of Amadons to
lengthen the term of treasurer to one full year, then returned to
the polls to adopt a set of regulations governing the Student Council
which helped to unify that organivation.
S'l4ANlJING, left to right: .-X. Riebli. lf. Ue Tata. J. Griffith. R. Triniingllam. F. Yiadu. S, Crowe. B. Nfchlahon.
B. Adams, B. Koze, J. Wooding, R. Halverson. IJ. Otto. C Beratlis. Sli.-5t'I'EIJ: J. Turner, B. Uijos. J. Henderson
I.IiF'l' TU IIIHIIT: Arty Nlcfinrty. Igilfhilfll York. .Iunernse Schlosser, Huh Uxsen.
Coming out on top of the Spring election was Chris Beratlis
as student body president. During his administration a new activity
system was introduced.
The juniors presented their Prom by transforming the gym into
.1 heavenly Hawaii. The Sophomores crossed the Atlantic to Ire-
land for the "Big -lie," the annual Sophomore Hop.
Iiesides the dances and parties the student body members found
themselves preparing to speak on behalf of the teenagers in serious
aspects. A Speakers' Bureau was established to convey a request
for a Youth Recreation Center, and students canvassed the area
speaking to all civic organizations.
Meanwhile student activities continusd as usual with Victor
Lund, Barbara York, and Art McCarty in the Justice department-
Vic acting as judge.
Iiinally, activities for 1951-1952 were concluded with the School
Picnic, and Senior Ball both at the Old Hearst Ranch. Thus the
year of great rains and snows leaves us with many happy memories.
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FIRST RUYY, left to right: I". Yiuda. X. Hurley. H. .-Xllender. P. Arrasmith, IJ. New harry, J. Griffith, K. Wihituker,
II. Burnham. SEIIUNIJ RUNY: I'. Ilerutlis. Ii. Kona P. XIeNI1xhun. R. Hiller. TIIIIIIJ RUNY: R. Halverson, II.
York, R. Iiurife. X. Riehli. C. Iieratlis. .I. Corepie.
XFN X'Cfi4ll'U- 'gk'-'Tift' .IL-xisun. Ru!-5 Rnrpic und Harlan Nluldt pm- Hurham Rcuiuncr and .lsmn l.uc:1S nt the lnicmscnpu- in hiulugg
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Ronald Caslersnn and John Pidnli work on radios.
Ham announcer Dick Simnnscn on Station WNMJMS.
A typing class hard at work.
Gloria Nlagpinng, Sylvia Maralas and Sue Hamamotu in Olfice
ASIL is proud of the extensive and fine curriculum offered at Amador-one of the
best in secondary schools of its size in the state of California. College preparatory, nie-
chanics, commercial, homemaking and shop were the courses offered.
A special class was presented for the first time this year. Taught by Mrs. Schoen, it
proved to be a big success. Her well equipped room and friendly attitude made it .1 bright
spot and productive place for visitors and enrollees alike.
The Ag department under Mr. Thorson made many improvements in its equipment
for the pastures and animals.
A creative writing class, an experiment for this year, was the source of good study and
extended reading. English classes were under the guidance of Mrs. Vardon, Nlrs. Arrasmith
and Mr. Sweeney.
Mr. Mattson was an addition to the social studies department this year .ind also coached
the Varsity basketball.
Miss Nugent traveled to other schools, studied plans and helped to develop the plans
with the architect for the new homemaking building which should be ready for the fall
Mathematics and science were taught by Mr. Patterson, Mr. lfraser, Miss Hunningliaus
and Mr. Holden While Mr. Carlin and Mrs. Shaw made progressive steps in the music de-
partment. L ,
NUGENI ALFRILD EBRSON V RWUBERT Nl.-k'l"l'SON JUNE S'l'OIiRlxIiI. LUIS S!!
HOMEMAKING DRAMA MATH
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Lenning and Betty Lou LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill .-Xllender, Chris Heratlis LEFT T0 RIGHT: Emil Uxsen and .lean lltn
Harris. and Dun Burnham. dersnii.
No organization just grows. Basil found that out
without much thought. He soon saw, in his ram-
blings around Amador, that the good curriculum and
student activities program is the product of planning
on the part of Amador,s excellent superintendent,
Frank L. Lucas.
Mr. Lucas and his school board have spent many
hours watching budgets, approving supplies, okaying
ideas and looking over building contracts and plans.
Mrs. W'inifred Barrett
LEFT TO RIGHT: hir. Alan Henry,
Mr. John Busch, Mr. Edwin Burr, Mr.
Henry Moller, lVIr. Victor Lund.
TORS UF AM DOR
The fruit of their labors is obvious to any alert Wan-
derer in Amador's bounds.
To Mr. Lucas, our friend and superintendent, the
Don Days stif and its representative, Basil, do respect-
fully dedicate this book-the Don Days of 19 52.
The courtesies of Mrs. Barrett and Miss Brown make
the business in the office run smoothly. Basil is ever
grateful to them for their help.
Mr. Georgis and Mr. Von Moos have been replaced
by Mr. Carl Kutts and Alfred Richmuth.
M R. VVILLA RD ANDERSON
Nick Von Moos, Abra-
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VIQN before school opened
in the full Basil witnessed the
new turf repeatedly punctured
by the sharp ClC1llSOfll1ClJOI1S
who were under rugged train-
ing regulations. Coach Holden
.md his staunch Air Force sup-
porters worked on s:l1'ategy and
new plays. Good playing was
the highlight of the searon.
Liberty took the football
crown while the Dons assumed
third place. Nevertheless pride
and spirit, within both the
team and the student body,
ran high and hopes for the
championship were postponed
until autumn, 1952.
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AIR CORPS SUPPORTERS WITH COACH SWIEENIZY
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sgt. James VS'illiums. Lt. Kenneth Knnz, Major
L. B. Nlelilruy, Nlr. Neal Sweeney.
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The xnrsity in action.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Captain Sulli'-an and Hr. Nlattsfln.
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Babbitt, P. Henry, R. Rogers, R. Cortez. D, Nlaniz, I.. Harris, A. McCarty, J.
Pidoli. SECOND ROW: R. Miller, YY. Bonde, R. Cortez, E. Brown, R. Dijos, F. Yiada, N. Andrade, J. Corege.
THIRD ROIV: Mr. Sweeney, D. Cavestri, R. Vl'hitaker. J. Aguer. D. Gellerman, VV. Allender, D. Burnham, K.
Slough, Mr. Holden.
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Guascn, D. DeTata, G. Burnham, L. Newberry, J. Nehel, F. Chavarris, R. Estrada,
H. Hodgdon. SECOND ROW: C. Beratlis, N. Corege, J. Chavarria. P. Arrasmith, J. Rierson, R. Lopez, R. Rea-
soner, E. Oxsen, H. Yancey. THIRD ROW: J. Riehli, B. Tonelli, D. Gellerman, T. Zaro, D. Allen, G. Fluitt, J.
Macias, M. YVatson, Mr. Mattson.
The Parks Air Base presented a 10 year trophy to the school. The name of the player
of the year, Robert Miller, was the first to be inscribed on it. Bob received it at the Sports
Banquet on November 20.
Mr. Mattson was coach for the newly organized Junior Varsity. The experience of the
-I.V.'s should be a noted fact on the turf next season.
Mr. Sweeney assisted Conch Holden with the varsity as line coach. The 1951 season
saw great improvement in such players as Robert Miller, Waiyfne Bonde, Raymond Dijos,
Arty McCarty, Lee Byrne, John Pidoli, Neal Andrade and Don Maniz.
SPORT Y BASIL if ak
The Winter Season
The Winter Season! Icy winds blasted snow-capped Mt. Diablo while Amador's star
athletes Bob Miller, Don Burnham, Wfayne Bonde, Kenneth Slough, and Basil took time
out to enjoy Christmas activities.
Footballs were put away. Basketballs lay silent. On stage Mrs. Arrasmith of the Drama
Department directed preparations for the annual Christmas Play which was written by our
own Lee Byrne, Donna Leitch, Claudia Love, and Diane Elliott.
EADING roles were taken by Bill Allender, XVanda Yancey, and Chris Beratlis. Mrs.
Shaw's choral class sang hymns in a Church sequence. Superb sound effects and lighting
were displayed on the battlefield in the most expressive scene in the play.
Meanwhile, Los Amigos Amadores began arrangements for La Fiesta de la Navidad. It
was held in the music room with the traditional pinata and all the trimmings. At that time
numerous packages were donated by club members and delivered to Russell City School
by Adviser, Mrs. Vardon and her third year class.
AUTll0RS OF CHRISTMAS PLAY
TOP TO BOTTOM: Lee Byrne, Clau-
dia Love. llonna Leitch, Diane Elliott.
Joe Corege stands guard
while Chris Beratlis and
Bill Allender attend Don
Burnham in the Christmas
Nludern Church Scene frvm
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N ice-President, Paul .-Xrrngmithz Treasurer, Bonnie Rengnnerg
Secretary, Helen Uulunidu: President, Ann Nlurie Riehli,
LOS -XNIAIN IRES
FIRST ROW. left to right: B.
Sparks, J. Turner. J. Tlmrson, R.
Kost, J. Schlosscr. C. llickn, Xl.
Nloldt, IJ. Leitch. ll, Iilliutt, J.
Galaniclzx. SECOND ROVV: K. Sic-
Cracken, I.. Cairn, R. Bnrgc, G.
Bahhitt, IJ. Burnhnm, -X. Hurley.
S. Hansen, B. Rule. B. Xlchlnhnn,
P. Nlchlalmn. Nlrs. Ynrdun. TIIIRIJ
ROW: G. Janeen, R. llnlvurwn,
VY. Bnnde, B. Allcnder, If. Pong,
IJ. Crowe, Nl. Gigfer. J. Ruwhurg,
B. Adams. R. Simunscn. N. Kn-
drudu, B. York.
LOS A NI AIJORES
FIRST ROW, left to right: IJ.
Ilutra. J. Griffith, A. llernandul.
Snyder. I., Patterson, J. I.ucna
E. Ile Tutu. I.. NVnuhuh, SHCOXI
ROYV: il. Iiluitt, B. Ycrtrees, R.
Nloldt. Nl. Carter, J. Gray, J. Ri-
erson, S. Crowe, If. Yindn. R.
listrnda. THIRIJ ROW: Whit-
aker, NI. lYatsun, I'. Henry, lx.
Slough, ll. Allen, Il. Tunelli, R
Cnslersnn, Nlrs. Yardnn.
JANET GRIFFITII, Student Body Ilistnrinn
ANN Nl,-XRIE RIliBl.I. Basketball Clin-crlcnder
FIRST ROW. left to right: E. Eastman,
S, Hz1nsen,S.Dijoa,E. -Xguinid. G. Brown,
A. Hernandez, N. Rrcwer, J. Galanida.
SECOND ROW: G. Babbitt, J. Aguer, R.
Castcrson. II. Bonde, IJ. Crowe, H. An-
derson. R. Rorge, S. Hamamoto. THIRD
RUVY: Nlr. Frazer. I.. Bartholomew, D,
Cuyestri. li. Jensen, J. Garibaldi, E. Pons,
R. Iialxeraon, C. Rcrutlis.
FIRST ROR, lelt to right: Nl. Yan Nlalrc,
C. Iescllcr, NI. Shumhiin, J. Ohlson, B.
Slvurks l'.Sto-11.15. NIa1'p'ong, S. Nlvrutzzi.
SECOND ROW: R. Wicksteed, V. I.und,
B. Truhlood. R. McCracken, Ii. York, C.
Love. I'. 5IcNIahon. THIRD RONN: Mrs.
Arrusnwitli, N. Ixoopman. J. Roxherg, NI.
Nloldt, A. NIcCarty, K. Slough. J. Turner,
IIIRSI' ROXY, left to right: J, Grfffiths,
li. Heinz, D. Nlills, C. Dutra, J. Lucas. J.
Garcia. li. De Tutu. J. Henderson. SEC-
OND ROXV: G. Fluitt. J. Pons, P. Malies.
D. Uellerman, N. Corege, NI. Carter, A.
Jensen. I7. Cunningham. R. Baxter. THIRD
ROW: Miss Nugent, P. Henry, J. Bridge-
man, D. Allen, L. Harris, R. Estrada, S.
Crowe, R. Nloldt, ll. Gray.
FIRST ROYY, left to right: E. Snyder, D.
Post. B. Strickland, I.. Patterson. L. Wau-
lmh, D. Newberry. D. Terra. D. Munson.
SECOND RUYY: N. Schmidt. Bar. Rea-
s.i,net'. T. Rosa, I.. Peterson, I7. Viada, F.
fi"l:u'ur G. Sulac. lf. Uxsen, T. Zaro.
THIRD ROYY: Sir. Sweeney, XI. Watson,
J. Richli, K. XYI1itzlkur,G. Pudwill, R, Rea.
soner. D. 'I'onclli, J. Rierson. Ii. Vertrees.
JUNIOR OFFICERS JUNIOR OFFICERS
Il'I'I 'IO Rll H I: Jean Galanida, Chris Beratlis, Putt NlcNlulmn. LEFT TO RIGHT: .Ioan Turner, .lean liiilunidl
SOPHOMORE OFFICERS SOPHOMORE OFFICERS
FIRST ROW left to right: Jean Henderson. Eleanor De Ttata. Bill FIRST ROWS left to right: Janet Grillith, La Xtrnv. NN iuhih kin
Xertrees SECOND ROW! Ilan Oellerman, Frank Viada. Whitaker. SECOND ROW: Eleanor Ile lata
ASIL introduces the class of "U," the juniors-a group of students eagerly partici-
pating in Student Body activities. They have presented an outstanding prom as well as
producing several student leaders. First place winner in the Daughters of the Golden
XVest Speaking contest was Barbara York, and a student body representative to the East
Bay Student League was Arty McCarty. Class members on the Speakers Panel which
broadcast in April on KLX were Joan Turner and Barbara York.
N0 lon er newcomers but now ri hr at home the So homores have been dubbed bv
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Basil as the class most likelf to succeed. Their dance, the So h Ho which was a Sta
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et-to ether, has been saluted as one of the best dances of the 'ear. No other class in school
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has their enthusiasm and spirit.
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FCTURIE HONIIQMAKIERS OF' AMERICA
FIRST ROXV, left to right: R. Rahello. J. Mello, D. Newberry, J. Clark, I'I. Calanida,
J. Galanida. SECOND ROW: I,. Wnuhe, D, Elliott, D. O'Brien, D. Leitch. I.. Allec, A.
Riehli, .I. Lenning. THIRD ROW: N. Koopman. J. Thorsnn. L. Smith, D. Otto, S.
Gritlitts. H. York, B. Iioze, M. Giger, Bliss Nugent.
FIRST ROVV, left to right: L. Smith. I., Cairo, D. Munson. D. Huey, .I. Hilton, B. Dijos.
SECOND ROW: E, Eastman, M. Shamhlin, .I. Sclllosser, D. O'Brien. B. Mchlahon. B.
Koze, Nlrs. Shaw. THIRD RONY: B. Adams, N. Andrade, A. Hurley, H. Yancey, J.
Vending, R. Tinga, A. V'ilkins0n, H. Anderson.
OST homemakers are slaves to winter drudgery but not our Future Homemakers
of America who held an impressive initiation within their chapter in traditional style.
Under the supervision of their faculty adviser, Miss Nugent, they have acted as a service
organization for student functions by preparing and serving dinners to over five hundred
people at the Junior Statesman Convention and Sports Banquet.
At a convention held in Asilomar, Amadcr's delegate, Barbara York, was elected
parliamentarian of the State assembly.
Recently a Spring Tea and Fashion show were projects.
But winter brings to mind the coming of the sparrow, a song bird, which immediately
suggests our Choral class. The chorus has displayed its vocal talents to the Pairksahk Base.
student body, and various other groups. Mrs. Shaw, Soprano for the San Francisco Opera
Company, directs class activities which are expected to include the formation of a ree-
ognized Choral Club.
IDR XXI X-'I'I5IiNS SNIUKIiSCRIiIiN
IIRST RIMM leIt to right: IJ. Leitch, XY. Yancey, II. Axillu. II. I.IfFT T0 RIIIIIT: Chris Ilerutlis. Hill Allender. Wanda Xaneey
Hotup, NI. Yun NIzitre. II. Garcia. II. Sparks. .I. While. II. Huex, IJ.
llliutt. If. Cunningham. II. Baxter. SECOND RUYY: B. Nlchlullon, I".-XRNIIiIi'S ll.-Xl'IiII'I'l'fR
ii, liahhitt. S. Silui, II. Ilerutlis. Xl. Best. IJ. King. P. .-Xrnismitli. gpx'l'l:U left to right. limi, whim yynnd., yancu John piduli
I Duffy. Il Iiurnlium. .I. Pidoli. TIIIRIJ RUXY: NI. lliger, Mrs. L 1 4 ' ffxyn ycffjhi' H.. K. thsl 'lj'
Xrrusmitll. Il. Otto. I.. Ifairu. J. Wuuding. K. Xlclsinlex. W. Iionde. S A I' A ns gmt H' umm Hug!
Ix. Sluilgli, If. Brown. II. Cortez. II. Allender, I. Ihrne.
FIRST RUXY. left to right: J. Clark, Bonnie Iieasuner. I.. Wkiiillzlh.
I Seelex. II, Heinz. IJ. lleliiesen. Iliirhara Reasuner. J. Henderson
1 I NIJ RUXY: J. Griffiths. J. Ilarciu. ID. Ile Tutu, If. Smderi Iii
tnderson. Ii. Ile Tatu. TIIIRII RUXY: I., Cairo. II. Pos. '. I.u .
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I Riersnn. .I. Ruxherg. II. NIuldt, I3Ul'RTII RUYY: P. Henrx. R.
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I,urteL. . Jssull. .I. Nlucius. J. Riehli. NI. Best. Xlr. Curlin.
Shakespeare once said "The pl.1y's the thing," and our Draina Teens .ire impressing
that statement upon all who witness their performances. In addition to Drama Night. an
annual public affair which produced several line plays earlier in the year, the club has
performed for student assemblies as well as Parks Air Base. The latter expressed its
appreciation of the Drama Teens by spontaneously requesting .1 reappearancc.
This organization also undertook another responsibility the sponsoring of L1 "Barn
Theatre Production." All arrangements were made under their auspices with President
Bill .Xllender in charge.
"The Golden dons" band leads all of our parades with Basil conducting. This newly
formed Band Club. which received orhcial recognition in the Fall. lhls been an active
participant in student rallies. games and public exhibitions, Iior the first time club meni-
bers are receiving insignia awards, Ginger Henderson was president.
MISS .IAN HUNNINGHAUS
G. A. A.
SEATEIJ, left to rightx Betty Adams. Yiee-President: Beatrice Dijus.
President. STANDING: liettc lNleNl:ilmn, Secretary: Nllriam Rest,
GIRLS' BLOCK A
FIRST ROW. left to right: B. Dijos. Nl. Giger. B. Adams, L. Allec,
Eastman. SECOND ROW: NI. Best, A. Hurley. H. York, R.
liiirle. THIRD ROYW: D. Garcia, B. Nlehlnllon. H. Rule. Nliss
FIRST ROW, left tn right: D. Newberry, .I. Garcia. U. Garcia.
SECOND ROYY: L. Yhaube, B. Role. B. Alehlallon, L. Allee. THIRD
ROXY: li. Adams. NI. Giger, A. Hurley, N1.Best, B. Dijos.
FIRST ROW, left tu right: Nl. Shamblin. P. Nlchlahon. J. Schlosser,
D. O'Hrien. M. Giger, A. Hurley. B. O'Lnughlin, K. McCracken.
SECOND ROW: R, Borie. H. York, F. Eastman, R. Teczon. J.
Galanida. S. Hamamoto, B. Reasoner. l'. Vl'heelcr. THIRD ROYV:
-X. Riehli, .l. GrilTiths, .I. Garcia H. Heinz, DeTata, L. Wauhab.
G. Gray, J. Lucas, R. Moldt. FOURTH ROW: M. Yan Matre, H.
Andersen, D. Newberry, I.. Peterson, C. Dehlur, S, Grillitts, li.
AINUNG on the outsideg laughter on the inside. That is the description of the annual
Mother-Daughter Banquet sponsored by the Girls' Athletic Association under the di-
rection of Miss Hunninghaus. After this event, the first activity for the year, the girls
turned their attention to school athletics. Neither frost nor sleet could hamper their
undefeated champion hockey team-a three season winner. At the conclusion of the season
the G.A.A. held a bean feed to name Leu Allec as Hockey Player of "S2."
Meanwhile plans were underway for the i'Spring Swingf, the "girl ask boyn dance
which was held on March 28. Wfayne Bonde was declared King for the night.
The Girls' Block A steered the sport publicity campaign for the Student Body and
worked with the boys on the Block A Dance.
The Seniors won the basketball championship from the Juniors in a final play-off.
IIUUPSTIQRS IN ACTION,
Huh Hiller, Ihm Cavertri. Ken
Slough. Ken Whitaker. John
Frost, Joe Nlatlas, IIIII 'I'ru-
hluud, Ronnie Reasuner, Kier-
uld Salas, Frank Yiudn.
FIRST ROW, In-It to right: R.
lluusco, II. Allen, II, Ile 'I'atu,
J. Nuhul. G. Oxsen, J. Clmvur-
riu, IJ. Rierson. SECOND
RONY: NI. YYatson, II. Uswill.
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BASIL QU01-E5 ,,
It Was Spring
with its green meadows, robin-red breasts and apple blossoms. The season of poets and
orators had arrived and Hnnl winners were announced. Poets Claudia Love and Sheila
Hansen received honorable mention in the National High School Poetry Contest while
Barbara York placed iirst in the local Native Sons of the Golden West Contest. Bill Allender
was victor in the Lions' Club Oratorinl event.
CXLIIJORNI-X SKIHOI.-KRSIIII' FEIJERNTIOY I-'XII
I-'IRST ROW. Intl tu right: E Enstnmn. II. -Kdzlms. X. Hnrlcy. IJ. Ilurnhnm, .I. Schlnsscr
SECUNII ROW: R. Ilnrplc. Il. N1:uI'11.'rrx, XI. SI1nmI'vIin, II. Yurh, II. Ycrtrucs. Y I.und.
TIIIRIJ ROXX: XI. XI
uI1.Il. 5. II.111wn. R. Xluldt, R, Catslorsrxlu, S. Ifrmw, Nlra. Ynrdmi.
I.XI.IIfORNI X SIIIIOI -XRSIIII' I-LEIDER XTION SPRING
FIRST ROW. Iuft to right: NI. Shzlmhlin. ID, Ncnhcfn, Sands Hanson. .I. 'I'Ilursnn. IJ
Riursun. II. 1QnIa11ida1. II. Rcuswmur, J. Hulnlxidn. SECOND ROW: .l. I.uCns, .I. Schlossur
Il O'IiriLn II W 1 :It E. Eastman. I'. -Xrrz1en1ilI1, lf. Ilirks. 'IAIIIRIJ RONY: Y, I.und. R. Hold!
II. Triminghum, NI. N111Id1. NI. Rv.-st. S. II1mwn, Il. II11rnI1un1, I.. Owscn. IfOlTR'l'II ROW'
R. Sinm11s:'n. II. -XLIRID5. R. ffnstvsr-1111, II. Ycrtrucs. Il. Riursnn. II. Allcndcr. T. .lurgcnwwn
I.IzI'I 111 1411.111
Prusidunt clmptcr n1cmI11:rs In clmrgc 1-I Rcplinnzll 11.5.12 ffonfcrencc. Hay 3. I952:
' " ' H: Juncrnsc Schlnsscr, Betty .-Xdums, .-Xilcvn Hurley and Ilnn Burnham.
.1KI.I'IIA ETA SIGMN
FIRST ROW. left to right: E.
Eastman. J. Turner. M, Sham-
hlin. IJ. Dutra. J. Grimth. E.
Snyder. C. Hicks, .I. Schlosser.
R. Rust. J. Galanida. SECOND
ROW: II. York, Il. Otto. B.
Adams. R, Mnldt. A. Hurley.
SI. Muldt. R. Hnrsic. B. Yer-
trc1:s.Y. Lund. S. Hansen.
THIRD ROXV: NI. Watson. P.
Henrx. Il. Cruwe, II. Smith, II.
Custer. R. liimunscn, IJ. Burn-
ham. H. Allcndcr, S. Crowe. F.
AI.I'HA ETA SIGMA
FIRST ROW, Icft tn right: NI.
Shamblin, R. Rust. Hansen.
J. Thorsnn, H. Avilla, IJ. New-
hcrry, Il. Riersnn, II. Dc Tata,
II. Gnlnnidn. II. Rcasnner, J.
Gnlnnidn. SECOND ROW: Ii.
Cniru, I'. Arruamith, J. Turner,
E. Sm dvr. C. Hicks. I.. Oxsen,
II. Kozc, II. York. J. Gurciu. J.
Schlnsscr, IJ. O'Iiricn, J. I.u-
eus. THIRIJ ROW: R. Castvr-
wn, R. Triminpzhnm. M. Best.
.I. Ricrsnn, 51.f:ill'fCI',Il. Clark,
I'. Mchlahun. Y. I.und. E. East-
man. S. Hansen. NI. Mnldt.
FOURTH ROW: R. Simnnsen.
B. Adams, B. Vertrees, R.
Mnldt. Il. Crowe, T. Jorgenson.
H. Hodgdon. D. Burnham, B.
AIIcnder. NI. Gigcr.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA BASEBALL
FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Cairo, R. McMahon, J. Nehel, G. FIRST ROW, left to riyfht: D. De Tata, D. Rierson, G. Oxsen, J.
Burnham, G. Oxsen, J. Taylor, J. Butz, B. Truhlood. SECOND Nebel, J. Taylwr. P. Arrasmith. SECOND ROYV: Coach Koche, P
ROXV: H. Bonde, T. Brewer, P. Beratlis. C. Beratlis, R. Halverson, Henry, R. Guasco. R, Lopez, D. Crowe, O, Fluitt. F. Viada. THIRD
V, Lund, B. Custer. THIRD ROW: B. Smith, M. Martin, J, Aguer, ROVV: K. Whitaker, D. Allen. R. Reasnner, S. Crowe, E. Pons, D.
D. Cavestri, W. Iinnde, Mr. Thorson. Maniz.
JUNIOR STATESMEN .IOURNALISM
FIRST ROXV, left to right: B. Huey, D. Dutra, L. Wauhe, M. Yan FIRST ROW. left to right: R. Sara, R. York. D. Elliott, P. Beratlis
Matre. M. Shamblin, D. Newberry. SECOND RONV: J. Rierson. SECOND ROW: L. Byrne, R. Barge, M. Watson, F. Chavarria, R
B. Vertrees, M. Carter, B, York, F. Eastman, S. Gritlitts, D. Miller.
O'Brien, J. Schlnsser. THIRD ROW: Mr. Mattson. R. Halverson, P.
Henry, B. Adams, M. Moldt, R. Borge, B. Allender, A. Hurley, F.
Viada, A. McCarty.
ASIL reviews Spring highlights-
C.S.F. Central Regional Conference held at Hearst Ranch and hosted by Amador
Chapter-Life members, Betty Adams, junerose Schlosser, Aileen Hurley, and Don Burn-
ham and adviser, Mrs. Vardon, supervised convention proetedings-Alpha Eta Sigma-
total membership of 52 including 34 C.S.F. members had a picnic at Redwood Regional
,Ioe Corege, Future Farmers of America president, steered operations involving the
Iiair preparations, upkeep of school farm, and coordination of Harvest llall--Baseball,
coached by Mr. Mattson and Mr. Koehe, begins a successful season with Captains Neal
Andrade and Bob Cortez.
Amador's junior Statesmen of America went to the front at Sacramento State Con-
vention lead by their State Comptroller and special adviser, Mr. LLICLIS--UAI111lLlOI'H goes
to the press produced by the Journalism class.
ileen Hurley, .luck YK'nndinif
lhll Xllendur. John Fr-.st
ID ,mm Leitch. .lerrnlynn Thnruon
Iunrnw Srhloner. .lnhn Pldnli
iiyghaus, I hi-mas Lsrlin
Basil hails the graduating class of 'SZY
It seems just yesterday that we, the Seniors, were
bowbedecked, lipsticked, and garlicked freshmen,
giggling and eager to participate. Our freshman pic-
nic supervised by President -Iohn Frost, was consid-
ered the best in years which set our precedent of
"Nothing but the best." Quickly we were Sopho-
mores with a Dutch Theme for our Soph Hop and
Bill Allender was actor of the year for his perform-
ance in "Submerged.,'
Now we were the "Big XVheels,'-the upper-half
-"Juniors" with a -Iunior Prom behind us. Aileen
Hurley served as student body president for two
Suddenly it was here. Our Senior year with a full
calendar of events. Sept.-Don Burnham is elected
to the position of Student Body judge. Oct.-
XVayne Bonde received special tribute on behalf of
S.B. for his work with the Carnival. Nov.-Robert
Miller wins football trophy. Dec.-Seniors helped
write Christmas play. Klan.-Alpha Ifta Sigma named
four life members of C.S.F. Feb.-John Frost is the
Basketball player. Mar.-Senior class presents "Our
Miss Brooksf, April-Bank of America names
Achievement Award winners: Aileen Hurley, .Iu-
nerose Schlosser, XY'illiam Allender and Darlyene
Otto. May-Senior Sneak Day-Sunny Santa Cruz.
june-Senior Ball, Qld Hearst Ranch. June 13-
Graduation-Valedictory and Salutatory address.
Despite the date of our Commencement exercises
we Consider ourselves very lucky, for we know that
we have received the gift of knowledge, friendship,
and experience which makes us responsible men and
women ready for the future. As we look forward
Zonfideiptly to tomorrow, Amador, we thank you.
College Prep: C.S.P. Seal llear-
er: Scholarship Comm.: Sec.:
Treas.: Yice-Pres.: .X.li,S.:
Treats.: .l.S..-X.: Parliamentari-
an: Yiee-Pres.: il.K..X.: Vice-
Pres.: lilock ,-X: Spanish Cluln:
Vice-Pres.: Pres.: Student
Council: .Kmerican Legion Con-
test: ,Nmeriean Auxiliary Con-
test: Girls' l.eaLlership Confer-
ence: l,ions Club Contest:
XX lI.l.I .XXI Xl.l.liNIJl2li
College Prep: .'X.li.S.: .l.S..X.:
Treas.: Drama Teens: l'res,:
Drama Xward -ef "Sul'unerged":
Student Bodv Vice-Pres.: Stu- -
dent Council: Block ,-X: Foot-
halli Spanish Club: Rand: Sen-
ior Plat: Christmas Play. , ' '
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N 4.. E.. A . V.
:v.:- -:v-.-.av-:-ef-5 3.3,-.3 -'3 C. I.' ' . 3-I -"
2-I-It .2 M-:a
Domestic Science: Soph. Class
Treas.: G..-X..-X. Treas.: Block
A: Drama Teens: Drama Night:
Christmas Play: Choral: Hand:
Control Utficer: .-MES.: C.5.F.
College Prep.: C.S.F. Seal Bear-
er: Vice-Pres.: A.E.S.: Pres.:
Treas.: Spanish Cluh: Pres.:
Student Council: Associate
Judge: Judge: Block .-X: Foot-
ball: Drama Teens: Christmas
Play: Drama Night: Senior
Play: Boys' State.
College Prep.: Transferred from
Ha- ward: .3t.li.S.: Drama
Teens: Christmas Play: Senior
Play: Choral: Hand: fl.fX.A.
Commercial: F.ll..-X.: tl..-K..-X.
llockev Stick Award: Routers
College Prep.: Block A: Font-
hall: Spanish Club: Band.
College Prep.: Block A: Pres.:
Football: Drama Teens: E.F.A.:
Senior Class Vice-Pres.: Stu-
dent Body Stores Accountant.
College Prep.: A.E.S.: Student
Council: Spanish Cluh: Drama
Teens: Christmas Play: Senior
Play: Drama Night: Hand:
JOSEPH COREGE, JR.
General: Block A: Vice-Pres.:
Football: P.F..-X.: Pres.: Stu-
dent Council: Nrar'-J Teens'
Christmas Play: humor Play.
R ALFI. CURTEZ
Mcclninics: Block -X: Football:
Band: .-X.Ii.S.: Christmas Plan.
Agriculture: F,F.A.: Reporter:
College Prep.: If.l'l.A.: llloclt
A: Routers Club: Drnmn Teens:
Nlajurctte: Christmas Plny:
Author of Christmas Plan:
Drama Night: Senior Play:
Commercial: G.A.A.: Block A:
Routers Club: Drama Teens:
Drama Night: Choral: Student
Council: .luninr Class Pres,
College Prep.: Band: Vice-
Pres.: Choral: Student Body
Pnrliamentarian: Student Coun-
cil: G..-LA.: Rooters Club.
Nlecllunics: Illnck .-X: Football:
Basketball: llascbnll: Dramn
Teens: Christmas Plan: Dralnu
Anardf "Subnler2cd": Spanish
Commercial: ILA..-X.: Pres.:
Block A: Silver Pin: Gold Pin:
Routers Club: Student Council'
Choral: Junior Class Pres.
General: Spanish Club: linskct-
ball: Student Council: Senior
Class Vice-Pres.: Supllmnoru
College Prep.: Student Body
Sec.: Spanish Club: F.ll.A.:
Sec.: Trans.: Vice-Pres.:
A.E.S,: Drama Teens: Drama
Night: Christmas Play: G.A.A.2
Block A: Nlajorette: Band:
Senior Play: Student Council.
College Prep.: C.S.F.: A.E.S.Z
.I.S.A.: Sec.: Spanish Club:
Sec.: G.A.A.: Drama Teens:
Choral: Student Body Treas.:
Student Council: Girls' Leader-
ship Conference: Constitution
Comm.: Control Officer.
Collepie Prep.: Transferred from
Fresno: .l.S..'X.: Drama Teens:
Sec.: U..-X..-K.: Spanish Cluh.
College Prep.: C.S.F.: A.li.S.:
.I S..-X.: fi..-LA.: Spanish Cluh:
Vice-Pres.: Hand: Sec.: Girls'
College Prep.: l7.H..-X.: G.-LA.:
.-X.If.S.: Spanish Cluh: Drama
Teens: Drama Night: Senior
Plas: Christmas Play: :Xuthor
of Christmas Play.
ISETTIE NRM .-XHON
College Prep.: G..-K..-X.: Sec.:
lilock A: Yell Leader: Major-
College Prep.: li.A.A.2 J.S.,X,:
Alpha Eta Sigma: Drama Teens:
Choral: Hockey: Basketball:
Softball: Volleyball: l3.lI..X.:
College Prep.: C.S.F. Seal
Bearer: Vice-Pres.: A,E.S.:
Yice-Pres.: Sec.: Spanish Cluh:
Sec.: li.B.C..-X, Student Leailue
Sec.: Foley Award: Mills Col-
leilei Student Council: Student
Court District Attorney: Stu-
dent Body Pres.: Drama Teens:
Senior Play: Don Days: Choral:
tl..-X..-X.: Block A: Mujorette:
Rooters Cluh: liand.
College Prep.: .-LTRS.: F.ll..-X.:
li.A..'X.: Block A: Pres.: Span-
ish Cluh: Hand: Choral: Stu-
dent liody Stores Accountant:
Commercial 1 Drama Teens:
Drama Night: Christmas Play.
General: Boys' Block A, Var-
sity football, Basketball Pres.:
Drama Teens: Student Council:
Chairman Block A Dance:
Christmas Play: Senior Play:
Captain Football Team: Parks
.-Xir Base Award.
Mechanics: Band: Drama: Bas-
ketball: Student Council Rep.
Domestic Science: E.H,.-X.:
Pres.: J.S.A.: Drama Teens:
Drama Niliht: Christmas Play:
Spanish Club: A.E.S.: G.A..-X.:
Student Council: Editor Don
Mechanics: transferred from
Elk Grove: Journalism.
College Prep.: Band: Oakland
Tribune Reporter: Publicity
Chairman: Band Drum Major:
Junior Statesman: Drama
Teens: Drama Night: Yell
Leader: Prom Chairman,
Commercial: transferred from
Hayward: E.H.A.: Art Editor
Don Days: Choral.
College Prep.: C.S.F.: Vice-
Pres.: A.E.S.: J.S..-X.: G.A.A.:
Band: Spanish Club: E.H.A.
1, Wi, ,gf 5-
Mechanics: Drama Teens:
Drama Night! Christmas Play:
Senior Play: Block A: Football:
College Prep.: C.S.E. Seal
Bearer: Vice-Pres.: A.E.S.:
Vice-Pres.: Spanish Club: Vice-
Pres.: .l.S.A.: Sec.: Pres.:
Drama Teens: Choral: Student
Council: G.A.A.: Girls' Leader-
College Prep.: Band: Spanish
Club: Vice-Pres.: .-LES.
Agriculture: F.E..-X.: Vice-
Pres.: Reporter: Delegate to
Convention of E.F.A.: A.E,S.:
College Prep.: Transferred from
Hayward High School: Senior
Class Pres., Varsity Football,
Drama Teens, Christmas Play.
Domestic Science: Transferred
from Hnllywond: Drama Teens
Vice-Pres.: Christmas Plax
Drama Niilht: G.AA Senior
"Keep writing." "Yes, Miss
Brooks!" Jerry Thnrsnn, Bill Al-
lender. Aileen Hurley.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynda Cairn,
Aileen Hurley, Diane Elliott, Tex
Miller, Bette McMahon, Dnnnn
Leitch, Durlene Garcia, .lne Coreplc
and Maryann Giger produce sound
elfects for "Lost Horizon."
"Our Miss Bronksl'
L WW BASIL SHGOTS ff f
Q XIX "Lf
The Summer Canchds
The Summer greets 1nd Blsll congrltulltes Aileen Hurley Betty Adams uncrosc
Sehlosscr md Don Burnham IS 1952 outstindmg schollrs Por the first tlme m the
hnsrory of che h13.,h school there Ire more than two hfe members of CSF who were
an 1rded the golden lamp pm and golden Sell These four hive elrned th1s honor by con
tmued excellence md performxnce m Scholushlp throughout thexr hlgh school yelrs
Jerry practices on Billfwhile the others in "Our James Dooley. senior from Biloxi. Mississippi. NEW ENTRIES
Nliss Brooks" stand aghast. FIRST RONY, left tn right: Ralph Lahrado, Louise
Don Cavestri. Phil Henry and Sonny Dijns. Seeley, Pat Clark, Sally Ordoins. Hill Nlcfilary.
YELL LEADERS SECOND ROW: Dun Schleye, Dick Watts. Fred
Bette and Pat! McMahon with Sonny Silva in Miller.
Air Force An ard Winner Bob Nliller.
Marian Nlllldl in the now at Patterson's.
Rent your food lockers, buy your fine foods,
superb meats, and domestic supplies at
FIORIO'S GROCERY STORE on Rose
Avenue in Pleasanton.
Fruits - Vegetables - Cold Meats 85
15 St. Mary's Street, Pleasanton Phone 5643 Lumix um1P,0pt,,,i,x
425 Main Street, Pleasanton Phone 5507
F f I Br' Pleasunl in Plzmxurxlorz
or t ' 'i
as C eanmg sen ce Exchanging Renting
555 Main Street Pleasanton, California
PLEASANTON FEED AND FUEL
801 Main Street
PLEASANTON FLORAL SHOP
735 Main Street Phone 2325
PLEASANTON PHOTO SHOP EARL PIN-ARD
For fast photo service jeweler - Watrbrnaker
Phone 5945 Roxy Theatre Building
620 Main Street Pleasanton, California . .
CHRIS' 'ES iN,S
All of the Dons of Amador Hi buy their
clothes at Christesen's. Come on in and
see Dode, Pete or Don about those new
clothes you're planning to buy. Located on
Main street in Pleasanton.
Tm all x our bankmg needs, choose
Pleasanton s home owned bank
The FIRST Natlonal BANK of PLEASANTON
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YOUTH MEETING OF THE AIR
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Doug Crowe, Paul Arrasmith, Aileen Hurley,
Mike Carter, Barbara York and Bill Allender.
NEW IiI.0CK A MEMBERS
FIRST RONV. left 1.1 right: II. Truhlood, Ii. .-Xllendcr. A. Mellor x
l.. Harris. SECOND ROW: P. Henry, Raul Cortez, J. Aguer
Ilyrne, J. Pidoli.
Good Luck, Class of 1952
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Phone 2092 660 Main Street
Complete Nlen's Furnishings
S25 Nlain Street
PLEASANTON ELECTRIC CO.
Electrical Contracting and Fixtures
Radios and Pumps
A. F. Andresen
459 Main Street Pleasanton
SIGNAL GAS AND OILS
Cleaning, Repairing, Serving You.
PLEASANTON VARIETY STORE
629 Main Street
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PAT DIXON SHOPPE
Dresses 0 Blouses 0 Lingerie 0 Hosiery
622 Main Street Pleasanton
Basil buys the lixaminer and the Chronicle and ends up
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MILLAINE BEAUTY SHOP
VI Main Street
Pleasant in California
One-stop service for cleaning and laundry is
made available to you by Bob and Lee Mace.
Their sanitarily-equipped plant is open for you
to see at
S60 Main Street
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