Amador Valley High School - Don Days Yearbook (Pleasanton, CA)
- Class of 1953
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Sfudem Body Preddeny
Home 'Ecersz Dolores Newberry, Eieanor Codex, Nancy Schmidh
Betiy O'LouqhIin,PaffMCMahon,Jan1ce Dooley.
Aff:-yn We widening 'pure of Mme and Mfr:
Yew 5'Q'1'a :ime1.f?'1e f1w?v+l,fwf KDQN fm Chan
Nerf W53. TWQUQF We warm gal? fwfx Cfifq,
We sharp. Cflap wlffw qiqaya fmfi ffyifffa: fem
niqhfs We VQTJQC fwecfaafs ff Armani' Vfiefy
Join? Ufiffw r'5'q?1 Schoof p3Q"ti25V"C,fT Calfzgr-
mia, are feqfariy vQQv.ff3H by 225 '2fKJf7F?P'2, 'Pm
program, are padced wifh 980 i1m'z+fQP:5 acgmi-
days of Qurrlcuium and dub afg?EvE'fEef' AVx+6?'v."1-
Eng week was gay w?-W1 fiancee and sm?" eve' H
Yhe Dons defea? Livermore
E H Vervees Sharon Griffws Noe? Eqqe Pa! Doolev Lcqis Schafer
A Alloc Hehzn Aviifa Caro! Dehw, and M3ke Wgv?Son aNel1d We
Chvivmas Alumni Dame
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Good old Pal! For 25 years
Vice-principal George Pal-
ferson has been loved. He's
a hound for allendance-
and always gels his man.
Willard Anderson, our prin-
cipal, helps us schedule ac-
fiviliesand curriculum. He's
a "cornhusker" from Ne-
Diane Andrade and Wini-
fred Barrell are fhe high-
Iighfs in our smvolh-running
office. Wilhoul fhem we
would be "losf." Diane's
pafience and Mrs. BarreH's
conslanl allenfion fo delails
Daniel Pons is the manager
of mainfenance and friend
fo lhose who need help.
fo fhose who need help.
Abramo Regalia, 20 years
af Amador, is the "keeper"
of fhe main building. His
flag raising and relrealing
is a classic habit. Waller
Lonsdale is a bus driver and
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ff f A le ,ing educalor, a promofer of all lhings for our welfare, and a man ol qreal brains is
' Q V , 1 I J Fr L. Lucas, our "Super," He's a "Cal" man-a Cinder experl ar Hia? . . . The Board of
J ,l. Aff", 'eL""J 46l'1TruSfig5 include: John Ruppelg Henry Moller, Presidenfg Frank Lucas, Superinrendenrg John
.iq 1 ff Busch, Clerk, Willard Anderson, Principal, Alan Henry, Edwin Burr.
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Assisling our excellenl Board ol lruslees is a lending edncnlor, 41 promcler :ul .ill
llwings lor sludenl wellare, and a man ol greal bfdlflr-Fl'r1I'lli L. Lurae. The Bfwwfl in
Cludes: John Ruppel, Henry Moller, Pre-sidenlt Franlf Lucas, Jolwn Bun? Clerk' Vkfillfird
Anderson, Principalt Alan l-lenry and Edwin Burr.
Bon pour' Helen Vardon leeches languages and has lived in the Sf Mary s College was proud iusf as we are of Neil Sweeney
lands from which fhey came Knox College and Sorbonne in head coach and 'teacher of English He s boys counselor loo
Paris shared in her basic lraining.
Roberf Frilz, San Jose Sfale, leaches aulo
mechanics, industrial arls, and ceramics-his
Tom Carlin is our "brandy" from the USN and
San Jose. He shares his fime wifh ihe elemen-
fary school musicians.
Then fhere's the keeper of business education-
June Sfoerkel-furning ou? fulure secrelaries
wilh her "Cal" lraining.
A "Big C" lefferman is Donald Seaver. He
coached the line in foolball, "A" leam in
baskefball, and laughl P.E.
Al Thorson is fhe Ag and F.F.A. big shol. His
equipmenf and animals are his pride and icy,
See him on his fraclor?
The girls love him, lhe boys love wha? he
leaches. Mafh, science insfruclion is lhe forle
of Donald Fraser.
Choral work is supervised by William Lopez.
He's a San Franciscan from "Slafe" in lhe
Slanford sent Robert Mattson fo us. His social
sludies classes are full-his sporls efforls con-
The oulslandlng leacher and second mofher of her boys From Salusbury England, in exchange wilh Jane Hunninghaus,
is Marlorie Schoen from Chico and San Francisco Slate Her comes Dorolhy Milk Her youlh, vivacify, and charm are a de-
classroom is a 'oy lo all llqhl lo sfudenls and teachers alike.
In fhe beaufiful new home economics building
Calherine Nuqenl from Chico Sfale reigns
supreme. Her banquefs are scrumplious.
Slaqe design, play direcling, publicalions, Frosh
social sludies, and Senior advising keep Eslher
Arrasmilh cu? of mischief.
C,S,F. SEAL BEARERS
HT Marian Mold? Mary Befh Shamblin,
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Seniors scanning frie disranlr horizon wifii iwopeiui wishing riearis-Juniors crowding Hwose of N53 wiilw
' ' ' -i nd resiiqe--Frosiw gushing wifirm curiosiiy and ombi+ion--
drearris . . . Sopiif, exuiimg in 'rlrieir new ou p
sprouiing, frying Weir wings.
ELMER R. AGUINID iCommerciaii
Gonzales Union High School presenled us wilh a slar
guard in football. Elmer played baskelball and also
earned his Block "A." His poslers have adverfised
many class evenls.
HELEN ANDERSON lCommerciall
Helen is deslined for a commercial career. She has
been a very aclive member of G.A.A., parlicipaling
in afler-school sporls, and has found enioymenl in
GLEN BABBITT lColiege Prep.l
He has been an eager parlicipanl in Sludenl Council
as Sfores Accounlanl, Alpha Era Sigma and Drama
Teens. He earned his Block "A" and played loolball.
CHRIS BERATLIS lAgricul'lurel
Chris was presidenl of lhe sfudenls. Drama played a
paramounl parl in his high school life. He earned
his Block "A" in foolball and was F.F.A. secrelary.
RUBY BORGE iColiege Prep.,
G.A.A. played a prominenl parl in her high school
years. She was Sfudenl Body Parliamenfarian and
aflended the U.N.E.S.C.O. Conference al Sfanford.
HANS BONDE iAgricul'rurel
"Pollsy" was Block "A" vice-presidenf. He was an
oulslanding lackle in foolball and played baskelball
one year. He served F.F.A. as sfudenl council repre-
NORMA BREWER iCommerciail
Choral was one of Norma's inreresls. She was an en-
fhusiasfic member of G.A.A. and look an aclive par'
in many decoration and posler commillees.
EUGENE BROWN ilvlechanicsi
Gene played foofball for iour years. He 'took a lry
af baskelball for two years, "A" Iellerman was he
and a member of lhe Drama Teens.
JAM ES BYRD lGenerail
Scollsdale High School in Arizona is where Jim trans-
ferred from. He was a good end in foolball and
earned his Block "A." His well-made poslers were
RONALD CASTERSON iCollege Prep.l
"Cas" was our radio enlhusiasl. He has his own setup
al home, Ronnie also found time fo lake part in the
Spanish Club, Alpha Ela Sigma, and C.S.F.
CLASS CDF l953
DONALD CAVESTRI lAgrlcullurel
The sporfs of baslrelball and football were greally
beneflfed by Woppos parhcnpahon He donaled
hrs efforfs an Block A and Fufure Farmers of
Amerlca fo lhe beneflf of bolh clubs
DOUGLAS CROWE lCollege Prep l
As assoclale ludge Doug showed ludlcual lalenls He
was one of the besl oulflelders In baseball He was
Block A secrefary and a member of A E S band
and Spanush Club
NE VALERlE EASTMAN lcommerclal
Effuclency keynofes Elalne s schooling and fulure She
was Sfudenf Body Parllamenlarlan an officer In C S F
and A E S Elaine allended lhe Glrls Leadership
conference was class valedlclorlan
K GARIBALDI l Mecha mel
Jack holds down fhe forf In regards lo audlo adver
hslng He has been a qreaf help wllh eleclrlc flxlures
Jack has found enloymenl In parhclpallng In J S A
Sue came lo us from Roseville Jounf Unuon Hlqh
School A ES CS F and GAA recelved her a
lenhon She became an ardenl supporler of The Ama
don and Don Days
GEORGE JENSEN lCollege Prep l
George was a rabld baskefball performer The exfra
curricular achvuhes fhal received hus consnderahon
ancluded the Spamsh Club C S F Alpha Era Slgma
and Srudenl Councll
VlCTOR LEO LUND JR lAgrlcull'urel
Sludenl Body Judge Lund was lhe able presldenl
of F FA He was class vlce presldenf and presldenf
and a fervent supporfer of A E S C S F band and
McCARTY lCollege Prep l
Tralnlng as sludenl lawyer prepared Arly for ihe
responsublllfy of assoclafe yudge He fransferred from
Livermore and helped Amador defeal' lhem ln fool
ball He earned hrs Block A In football
SUE HAMAMOTO lcommerciall
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KATHARINE MCCRACKEN lCommerciall
Kay conhibured To The acfivilies planned by The
Spanish Club and G.A.A. She found choral an ex-
cellenT diversion. C.S.F. and A.E.S. also enioyed her
72 XPATSY ANN MCMAHON lGenerall
PaT expended parf of her Iiveliness as STudenT Body
SecreTary and as a member of G.A.A., F.H.A., Span-
ish Club and band. Her excess animaTion made her
a good cheerleader.
GLORIA MAGPIONG lcommerciall
Salinas Union High School was The school from which
"Glo" Transferred. She was a greaT helper in G.A.A,
and A.E.S. The phoTography in Don Days was ably
execufed by "Glo,"
DONALD MANIZ lf-Jenerall
As vice-presidenT of The sfudenf body, Don proved
proficienT. He was a leader in Block "A" and F.F.A.
He won The drama Technicians award for '52 and The
Parks Air Force Base foofball Trophy.
SALVADOR MARATAS l Mecha nicsl
Sal Transferred from Salinas Union High School. He
was a parTicipanT in baskeTbalI and band. His amuse
ing carToons have decorafed many of our school ad-
SYLVIA MARATAS lCommerciall
Sylvia Transferred from Salinas Union High School
in her iunior year. As secrefary of The Junior Class,
she was efficient She made an arTisTic conrribuiion
To The Junor Prom.
MARIAN MOLDT lCollege Prep.l
A Two-Term sTudenT body Treasurer, presidenT oi The
Spanish Club, C.S.F. seal bearer, saluTaTorian, a pasT
officer in A.E.S. and C.S.F. was Marian. The Foley
award and Girls' STaTe iunior honors.
The Amadon and Don Days were forTunaTe when Ben
came To us from Phoenix Technical School. His arTis-
Tic Taleni proved useful in adveriising for The Carni-
val and Senior Play.
BETTY O'LOUGHLlN lhlomemalingl
F.H.A. reaped many of The benefiis of BeTTy's par-
Ticipalion. She was F.H.A. reporTer and alfended
Three convenfions. She also played indusTriously in
G.A.A., serving on many commiTTees.
OXSEN lCollege Prep.l
His experience in Boys' STaTe prepared him for The
role of sTudenT body presidenT. Bob was an associafe
iudge and belonged To Block "A," A.E.S., C.S.F.,
played fooTball and baskefball.
CLASS OF IQ53
EUGENE PONS ICoIIege Prep.I
"Gene" was iudge ot Studenf Court and active in
Student Council. He was a successful pifcher in base-
ball and enioyed the activities of Los Amigos Ama-
JAN ICE ROXBERG ICommerciaII
The band knew Janice as both presidenf and treas-
urer. She also was in G.A.A., Spanish Club and
Drama Teens. Choral was enriched by her presence
LILLIAN SANCHEZ ICommerciaII
Ample proof ot Lillian's liveliness was evident in her
animated performance as cheerleader. She was a
member of Choral and G.A.A. Her dramatic talenfs
were proved by her role in "The Hills of Eire."
LOUISE SEELEY ICommerciaII
Louise helped construcf the decoration for our Junior
Prom. She was a member of G.A.A. and Spanish
Club. After-school hours are spent in fhe Creamery
as a founfain girl.
MARY BETH SHAMBLIN ICommerciaII
Mary was our freshman and sophomore queen. She
is a C.S.F. seal bearer and an active parficipanf in
G.A.A. as vice-president. Secretary and treasurer
were offices held by her in J.S.A.
PATRICIA ANN STOUT ICommerciaII
Transferred from Torrance High School, Torrance,
California, Pat turned to F.H.A. activities. She helped
serve many of their dinners and to decorate for them
BILL TRUBLOOD IAgricuItureI
"Whitie" was transferred from St. Joseph's High
School in Arkansas. He proved to be a valuable
player in football and basketball. He was a member
at F.H.A. and Block "A."
JOAN TURNER ICoIIege Prep.I
Our school rallies were conducted by Joan as vice-
president. She was a representative to Girls' Lead-
ership Conference. Our class won with Joan as queen.
MARY VAN MATRE lCommerciall
Four years in G.A.A. prepared Marv for the Presi-
dency of Block A. She was acfive in J.S.A. and Drama
Teens. Sfudenl' Council in her Senior year proved
BARBARA BUNNELL YORK lCollege Prepl
Barbara was Presidenf of our F.H.A., Sfale Parlia-
menlarian and Seclion Vice-President She acled as
associale iudge, was a member of Block A, and a
ANGIE HERNANDEZ lCommerciall
Angie played The clarinef and saxophone in the Band.
She furfhered her inferesl in choral, and was an active
member in G.A.A. and Spanish Club.
KENNETH SLOUGH lCommerciall
Foofball, baskelball and baseball played an impor-
fanf par? in his school years. He parlicipaled regu-
larly in Drama Teens and was a member of Block A
and Spanish Club.
Don Maniz receives Parks award
from General Parks.
Glen Babbill and Claudia COVTEI
in "Aaron Slick."
Tex and Sharon, and Pal and Don are
served at alumni dance by Elaine.
MES or l953
LEFT TO RIGHT Mary Belh
Shamblin Elaine Easlrnan Glen
Babbllf Chns Beraflls Joan
Turner Ken Slough Ronnie
Halverson In The Blshops
LEFT TO RIGHT Seniors Mary
Van Mafre Barbara York Arly
McCar?y, Don Manu, and Ruby
Borge In lhelr play
Elame Eastman was lovely as
Mary In the "Chrlslmas Sfory "
Chrns Berallls unferpreled Jo
seph and Darla Helqesen a
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SUE HAMAMOTO BEN OBREGON
PAT MCMAHON BOB OXSEN
MRS ESTHER ARRASMITH MR DONALD FRASER
ln SepTember oT l949 56 breaThless anTlclpaT
:ng Fresnmen arrlyed aT The sTrange buT Trlendly halls
oT Amador Our TnrsT week knew The cLsTomary scorn
oT The upper classmen buT we soon won Their respecT
by helping Them un school aTTalrs Our Freshman
pncnuc aT The HearsT Ranch was The TursT oT The now
Tradlhonal HearsT Ranch plcnucs Hans Bonde and
Barbara York were The key leader In our successTul
hayr de and dance lhe Coleman Foley award was a
new honor besTowed on The school In our Freshman
year Since ThaT Tame Don Manlz Barbara York
lvlaruan lvloldT and Ruby Borge have clalmed Thu
The Spider Crawl was The crowning achueyemenT
oT our Sophomore year For The TlrsT Time an year
who had relgned ofer our Freshman year again
ruled as class queen
AT lasT we were Juniors We were no longer ln
experienced Sw ylng palm Trees made by Gene
Pons and George Jen en and llTel ke Tloor To celllng
murals produced by Joan Turner PaTT McMahon and
Sandra Hansen TransTormed The gym lnTo a place
oT exoTlc breezes and Troplcal romance Tor A NughT
un Parad se Chrls BeraTlls emerged The TlrsT STudenT
Body PresudenT TosTered by our class
Senior Joan Turner reigned vrcTorlous over The
Halloween Carnlval The TlrsT Tlme our class recerved
Thls regal honor A Tlurry oT preparaT on heralded
The Bnshops ManTle The TlrsT Sensor play To be
presenTed nn Th Tall
Tnnsel and TlrellghT lenT To The homey aTmos
phere oT The Alumnn Dance aT ChrnsTmas lvlary BeTh
Shamblin Flame FasTman and lvlarlan MOldT re
ceweo The cherished possesslons oT llTe member
shnps nn C S F
WnTh Tears In our eyes and anTucnpaTlon ln our
hearTs we The emalnung 40 received our diplomas
and now look Torward To accephng our place ln com
munuTy aFFaurs wuTh alumna ThaT have preceded us
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FIRST ROW, Iett to right: E. Detafa, J. Leitch, S. McCumber, P. Jones, J, Lucas, J. Garcia, E. Cor PRESIDENTS
fel, J. Henderson, SECOND ROW: Mr. Sweeney, N. Coreqe, J. Griffith, Lois Gibson, D. Mills, Bev.
Heinz, Lorraine Gibson, B. Baxter. THIRD ROW: P. Henry, D. Allen, R. Estrada, P. Malies, S. Crcwe Dolores Newberry' Sieve
A. Jensen, J. Dooley, J. Grey. VICE-PRESIDENT
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FIRST rzow, left to figmg L. Peterson, T. Rosa, E. oxsen, E. Snyder, D. Newberry, L. wauhab, D O mes ewbw'
Terra, C. Moyot. SECOND ROW: Miss Nugent, T. Zara, R. Moldt, M, Rodriques, N, Schmidt, B SECRETARY
Reasoner, F. Viada, J. Salac, F. Schafer. THIRD ROW: K. Whitaker, M. Watson, J. Riebli, D. Tonelli Jean Henderson
R. Reasoner, G, Pudwill, J. Pons, B. Vertrees.
Theresa Rosa, LaVerne Weuhab
Performance is the key word ot this busy class. Their Prom, "An Ocean Dream,"
was a sensation. Janet Grittiths and Gerry Gray supervised the decorations that
teatured a grinning tluorescent octopus and a bubble blowing mermaid. The orchestra
was captured in a giant clam shell.
Jerry Salac, Frank Viada, and Kenneth Whitaker were among the clan ot athletic
aspirartts who proved outstanding. Scholarly accomplishments were achieved by
Dolores Newberry, who was President ot CSF., and the other members who belonged
to Calitornia Scholarship Federation and Alpha Eta Sigma.
Kenneth Whitaker was the big "Exec" with a crew ot able assistants which
included Sharon lvlcCumber as Vice-President, Joy Ann Leitch as Secretary and LaVerne
Wauhab as Treasurer. The class was anxious to take the reins and lead the school to
honor and tame.
PRESIDENTS FIRST ROW, lefl fo rlqhl: N, Tonelll, S. Palmer, J. Taylor, J. Seeley, R. Teczon, M, McCracken, R, Rabello
' ' J. Mello, B. Reasoner, T. Lopez, SECOND ROW: Mr,Fril1, L, Oxsen, J. Nebel, R. McMahon, R. Obregon
Ray Rogers' Reber, Tnmmqham L. Messa, A. Riebli, S. Wesf, L. Newberry, L. Raposa. THIRD ROW: Mr. Malfson, M. Marlin, J. Macias, L
WCB-PRESIDENTS Shaffer, D. Schleye, R. Trlmlngham, R, Reqalia, P. Parks, G. Oxsen, H. Yancey, P. Wheeler.
Richard Guasco, Don Delala
FIRST ROW, leff fo rlqhl: Mrs, Schoen, L. Garcia, H. Ayiila, R. Banks, J. Clark, D, Defala, F, Boscarello, Joan Devon RoS'eTec1on
H, Galanida, J. DeVor. SECOND ROW: F. Chavarrla, J. Casella, J. Baker, J. Hilton, D. Helqesen, S, Grif-
fifls, D, Arnold, R. Cordova, H. Burkhardf. THIRD ROW: H, Hlllon, T. Haynie, H. Hodqdon, T, Jorgensen, TREASURERS
R, Byrd, F. Haynle, P, Arrasmilh, R. Guasco. Jo Ann Baker, Frank Haynle
of quiel rnalunng. If is lhe year when sludenls are nol
The Sophomore year is one
En lhe imrnediale eye ol lhe public. Our Sophornores have slienlly laken lhe lead in
many sludenl body affairs. l-lelen Avilla ano Darla Helgesen were parlicularly nole-
worlhy in Drama. In Junior Slalesrnen, eager eadr: fls included Paul Arrasmllh and
They came ?or+h wlrh a "Sock Hob" exrraordlnary under fhe quidlnq hands of
"Ir-lelqlef' Ann lvlarre Rlebll and Ray Rogers. Troy and Frank l-laynle were prohclenl
rlarlicipanls ln baskelball and baseball.
Wilh a pre-school picnic ai ihe lairgrounds lhe Freshman class was duly iniroduced
io iheir respeciiye siudenl counselors. Thus, lhese boys and girls eniered Amador
unafraid, aequainied and ready io assume ihe responsibiliries ol ihe Class of l956.
Ronnie Paulo was Temporary chairman before lhe eleciion oi oiciicers was held.
Shirley Rogers, Gayle Cairo, Carole Dehn, Susan Look and Pal' Walson served well
in lhe Dramafeens. Margery Bernard was a leader in many lields. Susan Loolc repre-
senied ihe Freshmen on ihe KLX Youlh Town lvleelinq oi ihe Air. ,fawf
PRESIDENTS FIRST ROW, left fo riqhf: G. Kosl, R. Corlez, C. Lucas, B. Anselmo, S. Look, A. Lara, sl
J D I B bi, Demeyer, F. Demeyer, T. Fisher. SECOND ROW: Miss Sfoerkel, L. Lund, J. Barham, '
env Dug ass' O ones Corona, M. Bernard, I. Lara, G. Hansen, C. Dehn, S. Easlrnan. THIRD ROW: G. Bax?
VICE PRESIDENTS C, Casferson, A. Larson, D. Baker, J. Douglass, J. Griffills, B. Heinz, W. Clark. FOURTH R
. ' ernor, B. Fullerlon, B, Jones, T. Fisher, R. Andrade, A. Caldeira, L. Fraser, K. Hansen.
Sylvia Easlman, Arnold Caldeira
FIRST ROW. leff fo rwghlz V. Schleye, G. Monfellano, J. Rossi, E. Wicksfeed, D. Salac, J. Waller, C. Jean Santana PM Dooley
Websler, J. Sanlana, S. Rogers. SECOND ROW: V. Sober, C. Siewarl, A. Oswill, D. Walson, F. Teixeira, '
A, Robertson, B. McRae, K. Slanley, J. Wasoski. THIRD ROW: Mr. Seaver, P. Wafson, D. Oswill, E.
Marlin, Richard Teczohn, R, McCoy, T. Plalo, J. Von Moos, Mr. Thorson. FOURTH ROW: M, While, J, TREASURERS
Neilsen, R. Paulo, A. Simnson, N. Mendonca, G, Schulh, M. Zaro. Susan Look, Tom Plafo
Frank Viada, Jean Henderson, Berf Fullerfon.
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M Mold! A Roberhon, Mr. Fritz,
LEFT TO RIGHT: . , .
S. McCumber, P. McMahon, J. Chavarria, R. Borqe.
I 15' sf class "Don Days" rafing-The Choral serenading
Sfudenf qoverwmerw sefa The pacewnaflona nr -
' ors-budding dramafisfs and sfaqe producers-acfive duh
wifh OH re-fraims
sibofers dmm fhe hon
The hrs? serneirer of Qrudenf qoyernmenf srarred
or' wrfh Boo Omen ar Me conrrok and Joan Turner
as Ass sranr Tecnnmcman Mary Berh Sharnbhn was
ead of correspondence ano records whue Marran
M Nor bcsred herseh wr h hnances The Carnuvas wa
ser rnro mohon and oroyed fo oe a brg succeg wurh
more prohr rhan any precedrng year SpecuaY
as erhbr es were a Pew oo rcy and sncluoed Rubrnoh
and hs yuonn a Maqrcman Marrrnbaxsjr and Accor
The Srudehr Louncn senr B b Qxfen Gere Pom
aro Heancr Defare ro rhe Ea2 Bay Smfery Conrro'
ouncr Ruby Boroe yaQ sponsored To The U N
E Q C O Conference ar Qranford The Sfuoenf
C uncn endeo up s Qenwes er wrrh an hulanous week
end ar Squaw Va Wey
FIRST ROW Ieff fo roqh? J Ma
s Grfffh R Borge M an
Mafre D Newberry P McMahon
B Jones SECOND ROW K Slough
S Crowe D Manlz B Trlmmgham
R Habverson V Lund P Wafson
Vice Presudenf Joan Turner Presn
dent Bob Oxsen
Secrefary Mary Beih Shamblin
Treasurer Marian Mold?
Parllamenfarlan Elamne Easiman
Siores Accounfanf, Cvlen Babblfi'
The gavel was passed from Bolo Oxsen lo Ken
Whiralcer. The Juniors roolc Their place in The gov-
erning organizalion wilh eagerness. Vice-Presideml
Sharon Mccumber was responsible Tor The exchange
assembly wirh San Ramon and The Air Force Band
presenralion. Joy Ann Leilch as Secrelrary and La
Verne Wauhab as Treasurer, loolc over lheir respon-
sibiliries wirh The help of rhe Seniors. The Sludenl
Council sponsored an exlensive safely campaign.
Ar Amador rhey framed parking regulalions and
supporled The Block A when lhey painled The lines
in The parking area. A special assembly was planned
for The Grammar School. Bicycle safely was emphaf
sized The Srudenl Council discussed plan lor rraclc
and held Tacilihes which were a welcome addihon ro
The sporrs curriculum
FIRST ROW Iefi fo ruqhf R Borqe
B McRae J Turner J Grufflih S
McCumber R Mold? SECOND
ROW H Galanlda J Lelfch L
Wauhab E Snyder J DeVor E
York THIRD ROW D Gellerman
M Warson R Halverson D New
berry B Oxsen F Vlada
Vice Presldenf Sharon McCumber
Presldenf Ken Whrraker
Secrefary Joy Ann Leirch Treasurer
Parlramenfaruan Elizabeih Snyder
Sfores Accountant Mike Wafson
DON DAYS STAFF AMADON STAFF
G. Magpionq, photography ediforg R. Borqe, copy ediforg J. Turner, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Baxfer, handbook edilorg P.Arrasmi1'h, adverlisinq
edifor-in-chiefg B. Obregon, Theme editorg S. Hamamolo, Typisf. G. Babbiif, sporfsg J. Pons, advertising.
Display of Isl Class Honor Rafinq, i752 Don Days. LEFT TO RIGHT: JOURNALISM CLASS
MVS- A"f55m'fl'. -loan Tumef- FIRST ROW, lefl Io righT: B. Baxler, S. Hamamofo. SECOND ROW: J
Pons, G. Magpiong, R. Borqe, M, Watson, J. Turner, P. Arrasmith, Mrs
Arrasmilh, G. Babbifl, B. Obregon.
The TirsT early morning program Tor one small group oT Ten Amador sTudenTs was
Journalism. The yearly lineup of producTions included revising The school handbook and
planning and publishing The Amadon and Don Days.
lvlrs. EsTher ArrasmiTh was The Technical DirecTor and assisTed when The agenda
became overcrowded. The handbook was ediTed by Barbara Baader, while The whole class
combined eTTorTs To produce The Amadon, each Taking a Turn as ediTor.
The sale OT Don Days adverTising presenTed a more diTTiculT problem. Jack Garibaldi
and Paul ArrasmiTh were Two non-journalism sTudenTs who combined eTTorTs wiTh Jack
Pons and Glen BabbiTT To sell ads To The +own merchanTs. Mr. Viada's Television was
used Tor The division pages.
C.S.F. ond A.E.S.
An unidenlilied wriler lells us, "When a man succeeds, he does il in spile ol every
body and nor wilh lhe assislance ol everybody." Amador! aspiranls for scholasric
honors are learning a praclical every day applicalion of lhis rule. All ol rhe classes are
represenled in bolh honor groups. The Frosh have 5 in CSF. and I6 in A.E.S. Sopho-
mores were represenled by 7 in C.S.l:. and lo in A.E.S.: 7 in C.S.l5. and I5 in A.E.S.
was The grand 'rolal lor The Juniors. The Seniors 'rurned up wilh I2 in AES. and 7 in
C.S.l:. including lhree life members of California Scholarship Federalion: Marian Moldl,
Mary Belh Shamblin and Elaine Easlrnan.
FIRST ROW, Iell Io righl: H. Galanida, B. Reasoner, J. DeVor, S. Hama'
mofo. SECOND ROW: J. Leifch, D. Newberry, J. Lucas, M. Shamblin.
THIRD ROW: P. Arrasrnilh, L. Oxsen, V. Lund, E. Easrman, D. Defafa.
FOURTH ROW: R. Moldl, B. Trimingham, T. Jorgensen, S. Crowe, Mrs.
FIRST ROW, Iefl lo righlz J. Clark, J. Garcia, G. Maqpiong. SECOND
ROW: K. McCracken, P. McMahon, J. Turner, R. Teczon. THIRD ROW:
B. Verfrees, R. Borqe, B. York, E. Snyder. FOURTH ROW: B. Oxsen, P.
Henry, R. Casferson, H. Hodqdon, G. Salac.
FIRST ROW, Ieff Io righl: B. York, D, Newberry, M. Shamblin, D.
Walson, J. Lucas, H. Galinida, B. Reasoner, J. DeVor. SECOND ROW:
R. Moldf, M. Moldf, E. Easlman, N. Eqge, J. Leilch, S. Easfman, S.
Look. THIRD ROW: V. Lund, P. Arrasmilh, L. Oxsen, S. Crowe, T. Jorg-
ensen, B. Trimingham, C. Casferson, G. Jensen.
FIRST ROW, lefl fo righf: O. Luf1,C. Lucas, L. Wauhab, J. Mello, H.
Avilla, L. Garcia, R. Corlez, J. Garcia, J. Sanlana, G. Maqpiong, S.
Hamamofo. SECOND ROW: K. McCracken, T. Plalo, D. Delala, J. Von
Mocs, S. McCumber, J. Turner, R. Teclon, F. Teixeira. THIRD ROW:
B. Jones, T. Haynie, F. Haynie, P. Dooley, D. Dufra, D. Helgesen, P.
Walson, E. Snyder.
THE CHRISTMAS STORY M, Moldt, A. Riebli, N. Corege.
R. Halverson, N. Corege, C. Beraflis, E. Easfman, A. Riebli, C. Dehn,
AARON SLICK FROM PUNKIN' CRICK
FIRST ROW, lefl fo righf: P. Barnes, J, Henderson, K. Slough. SECOND ROW: C. Corlez, C. Babbiff, R. Teczon, P
Dooley, S. Look, P. Parks, B. McRae, R. Halverson, P, Arrasmifh, J. Turner, G. Cairo, D. Helgesen, B. York.
"The show musi go on." and Amador's own lhespians have done iusl lhal. "The
Chrislmas S+ory" was a pageanlry of color and beaulilul songs porlraying rhe iradie
lional Chrislmas lale. Elaine Easlman as Mary rendered Three solo numbers.
The lhirly-iive sluclenls in sixlh period drama were conslanlly working on shorl
plays lor assemblies and special programs. Don Maniz was chief slagehand and saw
'rhal all lhe properlies were properly cared for and lcepl in good repair.
Kennelh Slough and Darla l-lelgesen +ried our lheir skills in ihe Broadway success
"My Sisier Eileen." "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams and "Raggedy Ann
and Andy" were lhis year's Barn Thealer produclions which were sponsored by Drama
LES AMIS FRANCAIS
I-lelen Galanida was elecled presidenI ol
Amadoris newesr club, Les Amis Francais. Aller or-
ganizing Ihe group and wrifing 'rhe consfilulion under
The sponsorship ol Iheir adviser, Mrs. Vardon, lhe
ollicers were chosen. Dolores Newberry, Noel Egge
and Sylvia Easlman compleled The officer sIaI'I.
The sfudy of French cusloms, arl, lileralure and
song in an exlracurricular vein is lhe purpose of
Mr. Lopez Took over Ihe choral educalion ol
Amador in Ihe fall oi '52, The accomplishmenls of
'rhis group were displayed in lhe 'Chrislmas S'fory"
and "Aaron Sliclcf' Qlher service was rendered lo
local groups desiring special music. They performed
af Baccalaureale wiIh excellence.
Elaine Easlman, formerly unlcnown lor her ex-
cellence in vocal soloing, did a lromendous job and
charmed many audiences.
FIRST ROW, Ieff fo riqhf: J. Hilfon, W. Clark, E. Deiafa, R.Tec1on, J. Lucas, D. Newberry, S. Eastman, H. Galanida,
D. Salac, J. Sanfana. SECOND ROW: B. Oxsen, L. Shaffer, P. Parks, J. Pons, P, Arrasmifh, A. Larson, N. Egqe, L.
PeIerson, J. GrIffiHs, Mrs. Vardon.
FIRST ROW, Ieff fo right A, Hernandez, M, Shamblin, L. Gibson, N. Brewer, E. Corfez, S. Marafas, L. Sanchez.
SECOND ROW: H. Anderson, J. Roxberq, E. Easfman, R. Obregon, B. York, K, McCracken, L. Seeley.
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW, Ieff fo righl: F. Chavarria, R. McMahon, J. Nebel, G. Burnham, J. Taylor, V. Sober, T. Lopez. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Thorson, A. Caldeira, C. Eeratlis, C. Casierson, G. Oxsen, G. Cairo, B, Trublood, V. Lund, THIRD ROW:
D. Caveslri, D. Maniz, M. Marlin, J, Nielsen, J. Bull, M. Rodrigues, A. Jensen,
JUNIOR STATESMEN OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW, Iefl Io riqhf: L. Paflerson, E. Defafa, J. Lucas, D. Newberry, H. Avilla, L. Wauhab, S. Easfman, J. DeVor,
r- S. Look. SECOND ROW: F. Viada, J. Baker, B. York, J. Griffilh, J. Hillon, E, Snyder, J. Grifliffs, J. Leifch, S. Mc-
Cumber. THIRD ROW: M, Walson, P. Henry, R. Triminqham, H. Hodg'don, T. Jorgensen, B. Verfrees, R, Halverson,
P. Parks, P. Arrasmilh.
The producls ol prospeclive aqricullural sponsors As lelevision waves radiale lrom lhe broadcasl-
are lesred by our Fulure Farmers. They combined ing slalion, so our Junior Sralesmen make Their
lheir ellorls wilh lhe Fulure I-lornernakers lo pro- ellecls known all over California. Slale olllices held
duce lhe I-Iarvesl Ball. Viclor Lund was lhe chiel ol
oberalions, advised by Allred -lhorson.
by Dons included Paul Arrasmifh. associale iuslice,
and Barbara York, ediror Golden Gale News. Joan
Lucas, Ronnie I-lalverson, and Peler Parks allended
lhe Slare meer in Bakersfield.
A Iouch of foreign armosphere is supplied by Los
Amigos Amadores. La Fiesra de Navidad gave us all
a Iasre of enchiladas and Spanish cus+orns. The ac-
IiviIies for meefings, planned by BIII Verrrees, gave
Ihe members an idea of Spanish dances and hoIidavs.
Cooking and sewing play an imporIanI pari in
visuaI educarion on IeIevision. Qur Fuiure Home-
makers Iearn aII 'rhe Iareslr 'rricks of The culinary and
dressmaking aris from 'rheir adviser, Cafherine Nu-
gent The IooIbaII banqueI was one of Iheir exCeIIenI
LOS AMIGOS AMADORES
FIRST ROW, Ieff fo riqhf: J. Turner, L. Pafferson, E. Defafa, L. Newberry, H. Burkhardf, D. Defaia, J. Clark, J. Lucas,
P. Jones, L. Wauhab, Bonnie Reasoner, J. DeVor. SECOND ROW: P. Wheeler, G. Grey, L. Oxsen, J. Casella, R. Borge
J. Griffifh, B. York, K. McCracken, J. Roxberg, A. Hernandez, P. McMahon, E. Snyder. THIRD ROW: R. Casferson,
D. Crowe, S. Crowe, G. Babbirf, A. McCarIy, R. Halverscn, T. Jorqenson, H. Hodgdon, B. Verfrees, R. Moldf, F. Viada.
FOURTH ROW: R. Triminqham, K. Slough, G. Jensen, B. Oxsen, E. Pons, M. Wafson, P. Henry, D. ToneIIi, R. Esfrada.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW, Ieff fo right B. McRae, G. Hansen, D. Terra, L. Wauhab, L. Garcia, G. Kosf, B. Anselmo, H. Galanida
A. Lara, G. Demeyer, F. Demeyer. SECOND ROW: Miss Nuqeni, A. Oswill, P. McMahon, S. Griffiffs, L. Pafferson
R. Teczon, S. McCumber, J, Clark, J. Leifch, P. Jones, D. Newberry. THIRD ROW: G. Grey, N. Schmidf, B. O'Louqh-
lin, R. Obregon, J. Baker, L. Messa, B, York, J. Griffiffs, T. Rosa, J. Griffirh, Barbara Heinz.
Frank Haynie, Darla Helqesen.
Don Maniz and Bob Oxsen fighf for fhe ball af lhe Livermore
game, while Frank Haynie and Ken Slough wail for rebound
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l952l For lhe lirsl lime in six years, we delealed our rivals, Livermore. The
rigorous preclice and lreining inilialed by Coach Neil Sweeney and Assislanl
Coach Donald Seaver produced a le-am wilh slamina and enduring spirir.
FIRST ROW, Iefl lo righl: F. Schafer, E. Oxsen, C. Beraflis, J. Salac, E. Brown, E. Aguinid, J. Byrd. SECOND
ROW: K. Slough, A. McCar'ry, D. Allen, F. Viada, B. Trublood, N. Corege, D. Mills. THIRD ROW: D. Guasco,
D. Gellerman, D. Maniz, P. Henry, D. Caveslri, J. Macias, J. Riebli, H. Bonde.
FIRST ROW, left lo righl: J. Chavarria, N. Mendoza, R. Corlez, C. Lucas, K. Slanley, V. Sober, T. Lopez. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Simpson, R. Paulo, R. Chavarria, B. Jones, D. Oswill, T. Plato, R. Andrade. THIRD ROW: D.
Defela, F. Chavarria, B. Fullerton, A. Caldeira, C. Caslerson, J. Douglas, J. Nebel, L. Newberry.
Roberr Malfson, Neil Sweeney, Don Seaver Paul Arrasmllh, James Waller
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Our J.V.'s, under fhe diredion of Roberlr Mafrson, upheld our school's honor
admirably. Ahhough we were again deprived of The EBCAL championship by
fhe Liberiy Lions, our hopes for vicfory in 1953 are soaring.
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My il The gym resounded wiTh The cries of specTaTorsg on The
courT, Ten eager boys vied Tor The ball To earn The ever imporTanT
poinTs. This scene was characTerisTic OT every baslceTball game
This season. SomeTimes Amador wallced away wiTh vicTory in
Their hearTs. OTher Times They squared Their shoulders and wallced
away proud, even in deTeaT. When all The games were ToTaled
Amadons A sTring ended up Third. Ken WhiTalcer was hailed as
high poinT man wiTh 29 poinTs.
Championship qualiTyll ThaT was our B Team under The
coaching oT Coach Robe-rT lvlaTTson. Jerry Salac and Franlc Viada
sparked Their TeammaTes To a one-cleTeaT season.
MR. R. MATTSON
MR. D. SEAVER
FIRST ROW leff To ugh? B Oxsen, G. Jensen, D. Allen, K. Slough, J. Byrd, F. Haynie. SECOND ROW: B. Trublood,
R Chavarria, M. Walson, P. Henry, B. Obregon, RAQQLMSL
FIRST ROW left to r gh? R Paulo R, Reasoner, F. Viada, T. Zaro. SECOND ROW: R. Regalia, Mgr., A. Simpson,
R. Byrd, J. Nobel, N. Corege.
The cold and biling winds of winier deparied and were replaced by lhe placid
and blossom-scenled breezes of spring.
Maniz, Allen, Frank l-laynie and Gene Pons lined up on The mound and sen? couni-
less balls hurling info fhe milfs of Norman Mendonca and Lewis Shaffer.
A complele new lineup of sporls raised lheir faces 'rhis spring. The school sfarfed
leveling our lirsf lraclc and lhe boys began pracficing field evenfs. Wreslling and fe-nnis
became popular inlramural aclivilies in Mr. Seavers' physical ed program.
Livermore-Pleasanton on fhe maple courf.
Baseball drill in locker room. Acrobafic practice lakes Frosh time in P. E.
FIRST ROW, Iefi fo righlz K. Slough, B. Oxsen, J. Macias, D. Crowe, S. Crowe, R. Halverson, F, Viada, R. Guasco, V.
Lund, J. Nebel. SECOND ROW: Mr. Seaver, D. Cavesfi P. He r J. Ri bl' D. All n D, M ' G. B b 'Y A
r, n y, e I, e , amz, a bil, .
McCarty, E. Brown.
FIRST ROW, Ielf lo righf: M, Shamblin, J. Garcia, D. Newberry, M. Van Malre, E. Delala, L. Wauhab, SECOND ROW:
J, Griffllh, E. Easfman, B, York, R. Moldr, R. Borge.
BOYS' BLOCK A GIRLS' BLOCK A
The season has been packed wilh fun and work
Tor our lellerrnen, They slarlred OTT The calendar wilh
the Iradilional iniliallon, The Foolball Banquel was
sponsowew Ioinlly by F.hl.A. and Block A.
The Parks Air Force Troohy was Ofesenled lo Don
Maniz, Block A Presidenr, for his oulslanding sporls-
manship. The boys exe-nnplilied lheir school spiril by
painlinq while lines and pedeslrian lanes in lhe
A lor achievernenl. These girls have 'rruly achieved
alhlelic recognilion. They have worked hard lor lheir
chenille blocks and wear Them proudly. The Block A
members lake lhe lead in Ihe G.A.A. aclivilies. Mary
Van Ivlalre served as Block A chairman and worked
in close co-ordinalion wilh Ihe G.A.A. Council. lvlay
was wilness 'ro an exciling explosion ol lun, as only
These girls know how lo have, during Iheir picnic and
Girls who have The will and abiliTy To geT Things done comprise This group. Serving
The school is one oT Their biggesT goals. l-loT dogs and colces were sold aT The TooTball
and basl4eTball games Tor The sTudenT body by The girls. The ice cream ThaT was
devoured by The sTudenTs aT noon was sold by capable G.fX.fX. members. The Junior
girls and Margery Bernard goT TogeTher and sold gummed labels To geT money To send
Two Junior girls To The Girls' Leadership Comcerence.
One musT noT TorgeT The Girls' AThleTic AssociaTion deals mainly wilh aThleTics.
They had Traveling Teams This year. The hoclcey Team Traveled To Napa and came baclc
wiTh anoTher win Tor a 5 year undeTeaTed record. The baslceTball Team played San
Ramon, Parks Air Force Women and Livermore. Several oTher baslceTball games gave
The girls opporTuniTy To earn poinTs Tor The coveTed awards. The G.A.A. Dance was
called "She-'ll Be Comin' 'Round The lvlounTain" and TeaTured I-lill Billy music.
FIRST ROW Iefl To right: R. Teczon, D. Newberry, L. Garcia, J. Lucas, B. York, M. Shamblin, R. Borge, E. EasTman, J. Gr ffnTh
J Garcia H Galanida. SECOND ROW: J. Griffiih, J. Griffiffs, N. A g
Schmidf, R. Moldf, L. Lund, S. Easfman. FIRST ROW, Ieff To righfz D. Wafson, J. Grlf'flTTs, N. Egge S Look J
S SECONDRWBYkCDhSE THIRD
anTana. O 1 . or, , e n, . asTman. ROW
FIRST ROW Ieff To righf: S. Hamamofo, T. Rosa, L. Wauhab, B, Heinz, P. Dooley, P. Wafson.
G Magplonq SECOND ROW: S. Griffifis, J. Dooley, P. Wheeler, J.
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G, Grey, J. Griffifh, L. Raposa, T. Rosa, L. Wauhab, L.
Gibson, J. Clark, J. Henderson.
The spirhed a+mospI'1ere of 'rI'1e crowd a+ games-I-IaIIoween queens in ro+a+ion-dassroom ac+Ivi+ies
' ' In I - I' IuncI1e-s on Ihe lawn.
'rhe kids sI1oppIng
around Iown wl+Iw co-operahve mere an 5 ea mg
IT IS a warm sprung SaTurday mornlng 1usT The rIghT lcuno oT day To spend In SanTa Cruz Here comes
a car down Mann STreeT IT Turns and pulls InTo The parlcsng IoT OuT Iurno PaT Ivlclvlahon VIC Lund Kay
WIcIcsTeed and Chris PeraTIIs
I have To go To JORGENSON S Tor some sun Tan loTIon says Kay To PaT Come on wlTh me
PaT smiles and Tollows her across The sTreeT whale VIC and Chrns go on over To CHRISTESEN S To pur
chase a baThung suIT OuT In TronT oT The sTore sTands a man yellung someThIng I wonder whaT he
has To say
Dress c:loThes Ievus sporT shIrTs sTep rIghT up Tollcs ThaT s PeTe ChrusTesen geTTIng In To The acT
IT s The besT In Town John and Dode regard The cloThes CHRISTESENS sells In :Ts Tne shop go ID
Harry Hodgdon and George Cairo rush madly In Tollowed by Dolores Newberry who Turns leTT ThaT s
rIghT You guessed IT The Taclc Room
PaT and Kay are lusT enTerung The drugsTore
when They see Bobble ToronTo coming ouT H
all Three chorus We re buying sun Tan loTlon
whaT abouT you7
Oh BIII has a cold and I came down To have
The prescrlphon fIIled haT The docTor gave hzm
Coming ouT OT CHRISTESEN S who should
The boys meeT buT Ruby Borge sTandlng IH TronT
oT EARL PINARDS JEWELRY STORE Now I
wonder whaT sne could have been loolcung aT7 Do
you Icnow7 Earl has beauTITuI dlamonds
Say guys whaT am I going To do I lusT goT
a TIaT Tnre naven T goT a spare and have To be IH
K 5' QI' 'C Hayward In halT an hour hollers Ben Obregon
To Glen BabbITT and Jaclc Garabaldl
Talce a bus man' RIghT here They boTh poInT To GEORGE WESTS GREYHOUND BUS
DEPOT Laughing TogeTher They Cross The sTreeT
Here come VIC and Chrns baclc To The car On The way Don Ivlannz aImos+ ran Them down In has
hoT lITTle Eord
Where oo you Thunlc you re goIng7 VIC yelled aTTer hum
GoT To oeT some air In my Trres aT CHRIS HANIEEN S They re geTTIng mIghTy low and Tom
Brewer as lusT The man To Tull Them The rlghT way awswered Don as he zoomed on down The sTreeT eager
To paTronIze Don Days AdverTIsers And here IS Raymond Rogers sITTIng 1nThaT nrce PIymouTh wlTh head
In hands DIsgusTedly he aTTempTs The sTarTer again BuT To no avail Suddenly his Tace brlghTens Tor
he spues Two oT has pals They II nelp hlrn ouT They II Icnow IusT whaT To do Tor his car
Hey There' Come over here a mlnuTe I need some help He calls To Don CavesTrI and Hans Bonde
WhaT s wrong7
Guess I n'1usT be ouT oT gas
Well IU ThaT case The place Tor you To go IS rIghT over There To ERNIES SHELL STATION
The besT gas In Town Well push you
Thanlcs pal I II do a Tavor Tor you someTImes Raymond sTeers as The boys shove hum To ERNIE S
Ivleanwhnle PaT and Kay have been busy IITTIe bees From The drugsTore They conTInued on down
The sTreeT To The LO NA STYLE SHOPPE To Ioolc aT The baTh1ng suITs They ThoughT They needed a new
one There They nneT Angle Hernandez Tryung on som really sTunnIng suITs Tor graduaT1on Comnng ouT oT
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There They meT Barbara Reasoner running down The way carrying a dress over her arm. They called To
her and asked her whaT all The rush was abouT.
"Jeanie has a spoT on her new dress and she has To wear iT Tuesday - I'm Trying To Think oT whaT
kind oT spoT remover To buy."
"Don'T boTher wiTh spoT remover-iT's Too much Trouble. Take iT down To The FRENCH LAUNDRY
-TasT and complete service. LeT Them remove The spoTs Tor you."
"I never ThoughT oT ThaT. Sounds like a good idea. FRENCH LAUNDRY is good."
JusT as They were crossing The sTreeT To The PosT OTTice To pick up The mail They saw a huge pair
OT anTlers sTicking ouT oT The window oT Bob Oxsen's converTible. All exciTed They rushed over To him
as he came ouT of The PosT OTTice
Where on earTh are you going To keep such a big Thing why even chopped up no home Treezer
is ThaT big'
Why Im Taking :T over To FIORIO S MARKET and puTTing :T in one of Their lockers The Oxsen
Tamily is really going To eaT Tor awhile FIORIO S has The TinesT groceries and locker service in These
hyar parTs Say I lusT had a call Trom Eleanor DeTaTa saying she couldn T go To The dance wiTh me
cause her dress needed To be cleaned ThaT s awful :T s Too laTe To ask any oTher girl To go
DonTdespair my Triend you TorgoT The AMERICAN CLEANERS Thevll do a wonderTuI o
Tor her answered PaT
Here comes IiTTle Charles Lucas w1Th a very worried look on his Tace
Gee Charles you sure look down in The dumps abouT omeThing whaT gives7 asks Richard
Gosh my moms b1rThday is Tomorrow and I IusT conT know whaT To geT her
Say ThaTs no problem WhaT do you Think Tue PLEASANTON FLOWER SHOP is Tor7 Why
always give my mom Tlowers Come on I II go down There waTh you and help you pick someThing ouT
Wed beTTer hurry up or Vic and Chris will be having a TIT says PaT
Yes isnT ThaT gusT like a man They II swear They ve been waihng Tor hours when :Ts probably
been only abouT Tive minuTes Oh well
Jack Pons and Tom Zaro are having a InTTIe pow wow LeT s lnsTen To whaT They have To say
lm going rlghT down To ERNIE BONNES CHEVRON STATION To geT a good lubricahon 'ob
on my car They really give :T The works There says Jack
I sure could sTand a pair oT Twin spoTs on This rod oT mine guess I II have To run on over To Hay
ward and see whaT I can pick up sighs Tom
You don T have To go ThaT Tar why gusT a couple oT blocks down The sTreeT is The besT place I
know of To buy Tancy gadgeTs Tor your car Go righT on down To OUALITY AUTO PARTS They ve goT
everyThing you could possibly wanT
Say I never ThoughT abouT ThaT place Id beTTer geT going See you around somehme aT oTher
spoTs whose owners buy Amador ads
For all your banking needs choose
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And here come Norma Brewer and Janice Roxloerg-lhey really loolc blue.
"Gee whiz, here we have a swell parly planned lonighl and we haven'l gol any good records and
we iusl donll have lime lo gel any," moans Janice.
"l say-don'l you lcnow lhal PLEASANTON ELECTRIC CO. has some records? l've heard lhe lcids
lallc aboul il. They have lols ol lhings down lhere-why nol records?" suggesled Norma.
'There's an eleclric roasler iusl lilae mine lhe-re," murmured Janice, 'land loaslers and irons, loo."
"Well, whal are we wailing lor-lel's go down and loolc-'l
And who's lhis rushing down lhe slreel-oh, ol course-Pal and Kay.
You'd belle-r hurry up, girls, or you're going lo be lale and Vic and Chris are going lo be lil lo
be lied. Male egolism, you lcnow.
"Yes, yes, we know, Bul you iusl lceep quiel-you're only wriling lhe slory-we are supposed lo
do all lhe lallcingf'
Sassy, aren'l lhey?
TOP: Bob and Carol Lee lalk lo Don and gal al fhe Chrislmas dance. OPPOSITE PAGE-FIRST ROW: George keeps Carnival. boolh,
Foolball sidelines. BOTTOM: Barbara chases cal, Ken lands on F.H.A. gals work in kilchen af banquef. SECOND ROW: Junior Jean
head while Claudia and Darla sland aghasf. JV af alhlelic banquet. Henderson, the "handles" af foofball, Mr. RegaIla's rilual. THIRD
INSERT: Senior Queen Joan Turner and Sophomore Joan DeVor. ROW: Frosh Elizabelh Wicksleed, afhlelic banquel ealers and
speclalors, General Parks with Don Maniz and his award. FOURTH
ROW: Janice and Jane? bob for balls, Don, Tex, Doug and Denny
They run on over lo Chris' parlced car shouling, "Vic, Chris, we have lo gel some lood. Why didn'l
you boys lhink aboul all lhese lhings lasl nighl when we had some lime? We're never going lo gel lo
Sanla Cruz," lhe girls cry logelher.
"Now don'l worry-we iusl saw Whiley lrublood and Shirley Rogers going inlo JOES GROCERY
lo gel some picnic lood. So we gave lhem some money and lold lhem lo buy us some, loo, and lo
come along wilh us. The more lhe merrier," soolhes Vic.
And lhen lhey are oll in a roar ol exhausl, smolre and gravel -leaving behind lhem lhe sleepy
lillle lown ol Pleasanlon and all ils wonderlul and surprising lillle slores.
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And lhen lhere's Ronnie Reasoner looking very glurn-seems he's having lrouble wilh his car-
"See JOHNSON 81 NEILSON lor a complele overhaul," says Phil I-lenry.
I'Come on," says Gene Pons lo Arly Mccarly, "lel's go gel lhe lank lilled up wilh Union Gas.
UNION 76gon lhe corner ol Livermore road."
VVho do we see looking in the window ol lhe PLEASANTON FURNITURE STORE? Joanne Seeley
-now I wonder whal she wants lo buy lirsl--a lovely divan and chair sel or one ol lhree beaulilul break-
lasl sels?. PLEASANTON FURNITURE has anything you wanl in the line ol houselurnishings.
"Gee, I iusl bought a beauty ol a lishing tackle," says Jack Taylor.
"Where did you gel il? I sure could use one. l've looked all over bul can'l seern lo gel iusl exactly
what I want," says George Jensen.
"Then you haven'l lried KOl.l.N'S HARDWARE-lhey have everylhing lrom nails lo glassware."
B. Verlrees, S. Look, B. Oxsen, D. Helgesen, P. Arrasmlfh, K. Slcugh discuss the I8 year old vote over KLX Youlh Town Meeling,
Central Meat Market
ERESI-l MEATS AND POULTRY
D. Demi, Proprielor 563 lvlain Sl.
Mrs. Vernice Brewer
690 Main Slreel Pleasanton, Calilornia
O T l'l O K E E I: E
Real Eslale Insurance
Phone 4440 645 lvlain Slreel
Feed ancl Fuel
Millaine Beauty Shop
SSI lvlain Slreel SOI Main Slleeli
You know if you iusl pul S5 a week
in lhe bank, prelly soon you have a lol
--and you'd be surprised how secure
you Teel wirh lhal lillle nesl egg
slashed away-and you'll know lhal
should an emergency arise you can
meel il wilhoul a qualm. For all your
own banking needs, choose Pleasan-
lon's home bank: THE FIRST NA-
TIONAL BANK OE PLEASANTON.
Member of Eederal Deposil Insurance
Corporalion. Mary Belh Shamblin and
Elaine Easlman gol lheur work exper
:ence There, loo FIRST NATIONAL
helps Amador kids
an re o ers were nva ua e on sa e ro er es
John Edgren 84 Sons
CHRYSLER 84 PLYMOUTH
Pleasanton Shoe Shop
Don S CIT DUIDIIVI sHoE AND HARNESS REPAIRING
A L Cox Proprielor
A44 Ma nSlreel nexl IOB I-I l'lallCo
4045 Dubim Boulevard Pleasanlon Calilornia
54l Main Slreel Phone 2258
BREAD AND PASTRY
I-ley Pal where are you going now7 yells Don
Down lo PAT DIXON lo see her new summer
dresses She gusl' gol' some new ones in
All righl bul please hurry
Oh no' sighs Joan Turner
Whal s lhe maHer7 asks Pal Barnes
I lusl' remembered my suil needs laklng in and l
clonl know where lo lake il lo have il fixed
Jusl lake il lo MRS JANICE BREWER 6l4 Main
Slreel She s a whiz al' allerahons
Are you looking lor some new slyle clolhes Gordon
Burnham7 Somelhmg new and diTTerenl7 Go down lo
CARI S and see George aboul' whal' clolhes sull' yeu
besl George will be glad lo accommodale al any
lime The well dressed guys al The Senior Ball selecled
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lheur clolhes al GARI S Lel George show you lhe way
lo be a guy wulh lhe neal look
I IU l can l do a lhlng wulh my hair' Il s gellung so
long and I need a permanenl weeps Beverly Heinz
Why don l you go down lo MILLAINE S BEAUTY
SHQP and have ul lnxed She really knows whal she s
dolng answered Barbara her sxsler
SCHEFEERS sure makes grand cakes I ordered
my molher s bnrlhday cake lhere and ul was delncuous'
Thals where you ouqhl lo gel yours says Lmllan
Sanchez lo Kalharune McCracken
Who S lhus we see Ilmplng down lhe Slreel lhal
Judy Clark all worried runs up lo hum and queries
D d you gel hurl nn baskelball agaun Ken7
Nope' Losl lhe heel oll my shoe Going down lo
lhe PLEASANTON SHOE SHOP and have Mr Cox
lux Il up Besl shoe repau man In lown
Ive gol all kinds ol anrmals running around my
place and xl cosls a mlnl lo leed lhem because I have
lo go so lar lo gel lhe lood Thal 5 Freddy Schaler
mourning lo Denny Allen
Then you haven l been lo lhe PLEASANTON FEED
AND FUEL raghl here IU lown
I never lhoughl lo look here lnrsl ne-xl lame III
Lels lake 5 and dash over lo DILAURA S lor a
hamburger and collee belore we go home I m slarved
Even sprung lever doesnl keep me lrorn being hungry
and DILAURA S lood rs good
Tell ll lo Sweeney' Your real eslale lroubles ol
Course Loss and Neal Andrade consull WHITING 81
SWEENEY when lhey wanl lo unvesl lheur savings In
T'-IIESSEN S STATJE E'lx'E'k:1Il?s1's'LI'1?',bINoE
MACHINE SHOP COMPANY
525 RAI'-ROAD AVE P'-'ONE 2' O I5 Ray Slreel Pleasanlon Calnlornua
E'-EASANTON Ernest W Scbween
VARIETY STORE REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
620 Main Slreel 5I4 Ma V1 Slfeel
W E Barlsch Pleasanlon Pleasanlon, Calulornua
JOHN J. AMARAL Reosoner's Borber Shop
R EAL ESTATE 549 lvlaun Slreel
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