Antioch High School - Panther Yearbook (Antioch, CA)
- Class of 1948
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Ti-IE PA NTi-IE!
ANTIGCH HIGH SCHOOL
ANTlo cH, CALIFORNIA
We proudly dedicaTe This, our I948 PanTher, To Mr. Swenson, who in his TwenTy-Tive
years of Teaching, has broughT TorTh and given To our cornmuniTy scholars in The Tields
oT science and business.
To you lvlr. Swenson in our humble way we wish To express our deepesT and sinceresT
appreciaTion oT your ouTsTanding and everlasTing service To us, your home, and your
For TwenTy-Tive years Mr. Swenson has devoTed his
Teaching To The sTudenTs oT AnTioch High School.
This record oT service has been surpassed by Tew in
The hisTory oT .our school.
To The alumni who once walked The halls oT A.l-l.S.
and who since have Tound Their place in The world,
his Teachings have proved invaluable. We, The presenT
sTudenTs, are being served wiTh The same sTandards
ThaT have been adhered To by lvlr. .Swenson in his long
career oT Teaching.
Since he TirsT came To This school in T922 his work
in The fields oT science and business has been incom-
parable. As CSF. advisor he has conTinually worked
To mainTain high sTandards oT learning among our
sTudenTs. The C.S.F. members, by keeping up Their
Tine work under his guidance, have aided in carrying
on The TradiTional high aTTribuTes oT our school by
yearly walking oTT wiTh honors in all Tields oT learning.
For These reasons, and many more known To The
sTudenTs and members oT This comrnuniTy who have
beneTiTed by his work, we say: "Thank you, Mr.
BOARD ond ADMINISTRATION
To The Anlioch School Board and The adrninislralive officers of Anlioch I-Iigh School
is given The dillicull iob of governing our school wisely. Our Thanks should go lo Them
lor a wonderful school year.
THE BOARD-LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Thomas J. Dozier, Mr. Charles Coyle, Jr., Mr, Howard F. Laurilzen, Mr. Henry
Spiess, Mr. Yates Hamm, Dr. J. E. Riede.
2. Mr, Henry Spiess, Superinlendenl of Schools. .5. Mrs. Beafrice Talbol, School Nurse. 8. THE OFFICE STAFF-LEFT TO RIGHT: Lois Cox
3. Mr. Frank Allen, Principal. High School. 6. Mr. Walfer "Du+ch" Eells. Vocafional :Sir rosjofne aid Mafia Memes af 'bel'
, ea or w .
Coordinalor. Y or
4. Mr. Roberl Reed, Nighl School Principal.
9. Mr. All d M . B dl k' fh '
7. Mr. Chris "Pop" Johnson, Allendance. en an 'S 5' 5 ev ma 'UQ e morning
I+ is proven lhal in any mechanism lhe paris are mainslay in lhe rraining which is received by The
useless wilhoulr a lorce lo hold lhem logelher. In sludenls in any school.
school life il is The leacher who plays lhis role. To lhese Teachers we Ioolc for guidance in fha
I+ is The qualified leacher who is Jrhe leader and educalional fields al Anlioch High School.
MORRIS S. ADAMS
Social Sludies, Eng.
IB., Ec, and Soc.
Assl. Coach, Fund
Typing I, ll, Ill, Sleno.
Alh. Coach, Boys' P.E.
AGN ES FORSELL
Ec. and Soc. Prob.,
Girls' P,E., G,A.A. 81
Ernblern A Advisor.
Glee, Band, Orch.
ANNE G. HOUSSELL
Eno. IIA 81 B, Eng.
IIIA 81 B, Senior Ad-
Applied Sci., Fresh-
Eng, IIIA, IIIB, 21. IIA,
Girls' P.E., Junior I-li.
CARL L. SWENSON
Physics, Algebra, Psy'
Chernislry, Gen, Sci.,
Jr. and Sr. Sc,
LEROY H. BAIRD
Spanish I, llg Lalin
llg Junior Advisor.
NORMA P. BARDSLE
Eno. IA and IB, Em
JAMES L. EAGLESO
Arr, Mech. Drawini
Cralfs, Yearbook Ac
Senior, Junior X1 Sopl
CARL A. GRAVES
Typing l, II, lllg J
Bus. Tr., Booklceepinc
Planning, Junior Ac
U. S. History, Orie
lalion, Freshman Ac
RUBEN D. FREEMAI
Wood Shop, Carpe
lasses Classes Classes Classes Classes
NADA JOY BATES
BOB BU RNETT
Like The proverbial ugly duckling we, The class oT '48
began our Treshrnan year in SepTernber, I944. Unsure,
awe-sTruck, a liTTle bewildered, we wandered Trom class To
class on ThaT TirsT day oT school which rnarked Tor us The
beginning OT Those long awaiTed Tour years.
We were green. Unce-rTain, we were yeT deTerrnined Thai
one day we would Till The places leTT by The seniors upon
whom we gazed wiTh worshipping eyes.
And we were Thrilled, Too.
Our Junior High days were oyer. This was l-ligh School!
we were Treshrnen and how well we were made aware of
The TacT on The nighT oT our recepTion. Green ribbons, name
signs, and lipsTickA-so skillTully wielded by The upperclass-
men-branded us. DoughnuT and pie-eaTing conTesTs, Three-
legged races, peanuT pushing anTics, leTT us shaken, buT
aware also OT The welcome exTended To us. We were in,
As we becarne adiusTed To The new school year, we began
To look Towards The exTracurricular acTiviTies oTTered. We
ioined The organizaTions which appealed To us, ioined wiTh
The cooperaTiveness and spiriT needed Tor working TogeTher.
WiTh The iniTiaTiye and ingenuiTy Tound in The class.
Treshman orienTaTion clubs were organized, and in This war
year we were able To do essenTial services, srnall Though
The boys oT The class Turned To sporTs. WiTh hopeTul
hearTs--and a liTTle elbow grease- --They looked To becoming
The admired TirsTsTrir1qers, TraclcsTars, or swimminq champs.
This would be The sTarT,
The qirls ThouqhT oT The Gv.A.A. WiTh The same look aT
The Tulum, They parTicTpaTed wholohearTedly in The seasonal
sporTs, The honor oT The Emblem A was Their qoal.
The would-be acTors in our midsT came To The surTace
in The annual Freshman Play. The MinsTrel Show was our
inspiraTion. Black-Tace, Dixie ballads, soTT shoe rouTines,
made up The scripT. Besides The TradiTional lnTerlocuTor
and Mr. Bones, The audience was TreaTed To a comic: balleT,
ably perTorrned by a chorus oT black-Taced ballerinas. As
The lasT curTain closed we TelT The saTisTacTion oT a success-
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Tul play. The enioymenT by Those waTehinq, was sIiqhT in
comparison To ThaT TelT by Those oT us who sanq and danced
We were happy Treshrnen.
As The year rolled To an end, we awaiTed iTs Tinish wiTh
boTh reqreT and anTicipaTion. We enioyed beinq The younq-
sTers7 enioyed malcinq Triends and meeTinq The new siTu-
aTions which conTronTeCl us in This TirsT year. And wiTh reqrel
we looked To The qraduahnq OT The seniors who were our
AlmosT beTore we were aware OT iT, The days were qone.
We were sophomores.
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BETTY CAKEB READ
This was IIN: second year.
'WIIII wnaf smuqness we Iooked on me ervferlnq Fresnman
CIass. Ikue memory of our own IIrsI IeeIInqs of InIerIorIIy
was ye-I new In our r'nInds and so we aIIempIed Io Iite Im-
pressIve. TI1Is IaIse Ironf did nof IasI as wr- fared HIP Iac'
Ikvaf we were SIEII underdassmen.
We couId easIIy be cIIsI7nquIsIwed Ircm IITC Mlner masses.
Qur easy qoInq, careless manners marked us and proved
IIIaI we Iaad Iosr our IIrsI bewIIdermen'r,
Sopkmomores were everywhere. PrompIIy IIIIod brafs by
ine senIors we neverfneless manaqed Io keep our dass In
Inc: IImeIIqI'1I by our unwIIIInqness Io sIay In IIne background.
Tlne IaII IDrouqI'1I us ouI In supporI oI Ikue IooIbaII Team.
This was Ilne IIIrsI year of Ikve counIy c.IIampIonsInIp Ior Ine
IfmrInf4 PfIrIIIners and we yeIIed Iouder Inan UI, Inc oIIIers.
Our boys were kneqlnmnq Io show Ihrir skIII an me VarsIIy
and Junlor Varslfy Teams. SIEII second and Ihird sIrInqers,
IIneIr IaIen?', were nof eompIeIreIy Hidden. WIIII an eye I0
'IIC Imure we dave rlnem our supoorI.
Noebra, Iypmn, SpanIsI'I, and kIIsIory were our sIumbIInq
knocks. To sfudy, or nw? Io sIudy, Ina? was ine kno quesIIon.
BUI sopIwomore name: were never IackInr1 Irom IIw kmoner
reII or CSF.
Our dass was represenfed In everyIIIInq. We kweqan 'Io
be known on Ine Sfudenf Body CouneII, In Inc GAA., Ior
Ine IIrsI Iime In Ikwe I3Iock A, and In many oII'Ier orqanizafions
We were socially conscIous, Ioo. UnwIIIInq Io be wall-
IIowers we qraced wIII1 our presence each evenI, aeIIvIIy,
er dance IInaI was kIeId. We wouId ncII be IQII euIoIII'1eIun.
The biq evenT OT our year arrived, The Soohornore Hop
-our chance To show QTT The ideas and Ta1enTarnonc1 us.
The circus became our Theme. On The qaiefy oT baiieons,
eiephanTs, and clowns, we based our decoraTions.
Cornn'iiTTee rneeTinqs, the cuTTiriQ oT paTTern-L, The Trirn
minq of Crepe paper kepT us in a Tiurry of exciTemenT unTil
The bid niqhT, Tired buT saTisTied we danced beneaTh Thr'
red and whiTe of The crepe paper Lircus TonT and Tried Tv
caTch a souyenir baiioon as They were reieased Tronw The
ceilinq Tor The iasT dance,
The biq decision was Tinahy ours The day The rinq Conn
rniTTee presenTed us wiTh The sarnpTes. We yoTed The de
siqn Tor our Class and a diiTicuiT choice iT was. We were
measured Tor The size and as we ordered our rings we iookcd
iorward To nexT year when we Loud proediy wear Them,
This was an inrporTanT year Toi The schooi and Tor ue.
The T5qhTs Tor The TooTba1 Tieid were paid Tory we Trhrnphed
in our vicTory nyer PiTTsburq: we marched in The parade or
The sfhooi bond issue and saw ii passed' wr: novwr rnisced
fin evenT from Class rneehnqs To rhasinq our daTes on Sadie
Hawkins Day: and we silrrr-'whlily handled our href hid
dass proied -The Hop.
Again The warm weaTher and Tinai exams marked The
ending QT anoTher schcci year, Arxioesiy we icoked T11
IT seemed diTTiCuiT To beiioye, bm wiTh Two qood years
behind us, we accepTed The phalienqe oT The Third imp
in hiqh schooT.
The second year was qonea .ind we were iuriiorm.
MARY LOU MILLER
S BOY HENDERSON
Pioudiy we Tiaunied Ihr: fine, This waf, The sIaiI ei an
The beqinninq of QcI1ooI carried wifn if a rush of aefiyifies
for Inf- dass of '48,
FooIIfvaII Season anoII1or bin one Ion' The Panihers. We
painted Io II'1e Iineup of iuniors on Inc Ieam. We would nof
be ouIdone by H10 -wenior piayerr.,
Takinq adyanfaqe oIII1e season we launched our scnernes
for raising money in aniicipafion OI a remembered Junior
The I'UTiI6d biue and qeid pornpems carried byII1eIanS
were made by we en1erpri5inq iuniers.
Drink coca-ceia was our baffle ery. We Iiiied IIIQ booms
MARY ANN POSEY
aeI up ui II1e dame: and ordered and :old coke: In IIie
II1ir5Iy crowds, Fro7en Iinqers, incorreei change, upsei
Dixie Cups, creared a qenerai diiemma, buf we me? Ilne
demands of fine Panfher fans. Cakes we had and eoIces
The niqhi oI Ine iuniorx vs. seniora qamo at TIM- end TNI
Inv Heason was a bio one. II wal, a preyuo of our senior
yr-ar and in a Haze oI qlory we won, II was a moral vidory,
foo. We conquered ine senior Ieam who Inad Ted ine
Panflners Io Irie cI1ampionsriipIorII'me second Time.
We were eonfidenf of ourseIyes.
The rinqs arrived. Proudiy we dispiayed Inem Io anyone
we Qoufd corner. The idenfieai qoid seffinqs Iinked us Cioser
Ioqefner, II was Ine individual eymboi oI our dash, our
day! rinq, '
The niqhl sei lor The Prom drew nearer, Anxiously we
loolced Io presenfinq our Iirsl formal dance. "Dancinq in
Ihe Dark" became our fherne. Iyieelinqs and plans, pain?
and pallerns Ioolc up our spare Time. Silhouelled Iiqures
and a mirrored chandelier, pasIeI colored crepe paper
Coyerinq The ceilinq was Ihe basis of our deeoralinq
scheme. We were proud oi ourselves Ihai niqhl. The Crowne
inq of Ihe Prorn Queen endinq in a Grand March was Ihe
Climax Io a well remembered Junior Prom.
Wilh Ihe iirsI rush oi adiyilies over we beqan Io seflle
back. This year we Ihouqhi more seriously of whal end of
school would mean. We beqan Io pick up Ihe courses we
skipped, worked on grades, and look a more acfiye inferesl
in our relalionship To whal was qoinq on around us. Our
class was Ihe firsI and only Io have IOO por ceni dues paid.
We ouInurnI3ered Ihe olher Classes on fha SIudenI Body
Council and look an acIive and worlcinq par? in ii. Our
cake ralfle and coke sales was profil qained. We souqhI
+o haye a successful year, we worked iowards if, and saw
The niqhl of Ihe Luau was a bid one. The G.A,A. qirls
who had sIrived lor Ihe honor oi beinq in The Emblem A
As Ihe Senior Class prepared for qradualion we were
Conironfed wifh Ihe fad Ihar we were facing our lasl year.
II slariled us. We had iinaliy reached Ihe lasl sfep. As
fhe ond of classes came, we looked ahead Io Sepfernber
and Ihe beqinninq oi Ihe senior year for The class of I948.
The hiqh and rniqhiy senior,
This our iasi year we would rnake the besi year.
As we began io faire over fhe rnany acriviries fo be deai?
wirh by rhe seniors we ihouqhibaCi1Toihai'1iirsi'ireShr'nan
year. We were bowiidered rhcn, and Thai hrs? iriqhrened
feelinq oi rreeiinq sornerhinq new carne over us aqair.
Wirh excirernenr we began ro pian for ihe biq year.
Puriinq our bes? faces Forward, we posed For rhe phofoq-
rapher, upsef ciasses, and creaied a qenerai sfir 'rhrouqhour
The schooi. Senior pfiures were The dorninaiinq issue oi
rhe day, Sfruffinq rhrourzh rhe haiis, we iiiced fhe sfranqf:
feeiinq of The cap ano qown we had fried for size foreyue
of corninq affracrion. The picrures came, brinqinq abour
iasf rninurc ordcrinq and recouniinq of friends and reiariyes.
Cards and announcernenfs was fhe second quesfion fo be
conrended with. Whar sryic to choose, whai fo do apour
middie names, and how rnany fo order were The rnain fopics
of discussion arnonq seniors.
in berween fhis were our siudies, iasi rninuie proqram
changes, and foofbaii aqain.
We seniors were in fhe iinneiiqhf and ihe boys aqain
quided fhe Panfher fearn To a Third sfraiqhr year of The
We pursued our srudies wirh as rnuch inieresi as we
could rnus+er4beinq seniors, Sfiii, we were serious when
we rhouqhf of posraqraduafion plans and our ciass icepr irg
name on ihe honor roii and in rhe C.S,F,
Aimosi before we were aware of ii rho week scheduied
for our Bail was upon us. "King Neprunffs Kinqdomu was
rhe seiiinq for rhis reqai aifair. Mulricoiored fish, fiowers,
coral'--a whoie undersea panorama furnecl ihe qym info
a blue-qreen reairn fir for royaliy. We forqof ihe days of
work and worry in planninq ihe decoraiions as we danced
rhal niqhl Io Ihe music ol l-lenry Gallaqhers Orchesira.
We were proud of ourselves--eproud oI lhe beauly we had
pu? inlo our Senior Ball -a never lo be Ierqollen evenf.
Diich day and The class of '48 assaulled Marsh Creek
a day ol iood, lun, and foolishness, Exhausiinq ourselves
wi'rh swimminq, dancinq, baseball, and ealinq we fook Iuii
advanlaqe of Ihe day away from classes.
Oriqinalily was Ihe keyword as we senior characfers
wandered aimlessly Ihreuqh Ihe halls on our dress-up day.
escapinq ihe daily wear oi swealers, skiris, and levis.
ll seemed Ihe weeks were Ilyinq kyv and we were Cauqhl
in Iheir wake-Ihe evenls piled up, swampinq us.
Rehearsals, cosluminq, slaqe se-Hinos, all qave way Ir,
lhe iinal day ol Ihe Senior Play wilh all Ihe Irivoliiy ol
Ihe Gay Ninelies' Revue,
The final nerve-rackinq week arrived wiih semeslei exams
heraldinq Ihe end oi anolher year our lasl year,
The seriousness ol the Baccalaureale Service leli us wilh
an adull impression. We Iully realized we had reached Ihe
peak ol our hiqh school careers.
Senior niqhi was a 'nixiure ol rioi and wonder as we
Vslened Io our class wills and prophecies, laid our class
plaque on ihe Ironl walk, and placed our piclure in The
man hall wilh Ihose qraduaiinq seniors ol: years qone by.
The rehearsals and pre-qradualion iillers melled info one
huqe lump in our Ihreafs as we look our places on Ihe slaqe,
jraouaiion niqhl, lin fronl oi adrnirino Iriends and relalives.
This was ii. We knew Th's would be fhe lasl Time Ihe
class of "48" would be Ioqelher as a whole. This was Io
be se'f aside in our memories as one ol Ihe mosl momen-
Ious occasions in our lives.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
FIRST SEMESTER-LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Swanbergg Donna Hammons,
Class Represenrariveg La Verne Rosfamo, Viceflaresidenlg Frank Pawley,
Presidenlg Barbara De WHT. Secrelary, Bonnie Paulsen, Treasurer,
Looking back over our Three years as sTudenTs oT
AnTioch I-ligh, makes our TirsT day oT wondermenlr and
bewildermenT seem remoTe and Tar away.
This year, as iuniors, we have Tackled one OT our
ToughesT classes and emerged vic:Torious. The year ol:
'47 and '48 has been one oT U. S. HisTory Term papers
and chemisTry experimenTs: oT serious work and care-
l:ooTball season aT The TirsT oT The year brouqhT
prooT ThaT The junior boys were aThleTes oT prowess,
as our "49ers" helped us To become "Champs" Tor
The Third Term. The varsiTy was backed up by such
boys as "Babe" Charre-TTe, Bruce I-lieberT, Norm
Cone, Jesse STorms, Le Roy lde, Lewis Williams and
WiTh l948, The sporTs world Turned To baskeTball
and again our class was noT To be ouTdone. Frank
Garcia, Norm Cone, Barney Parsons and Jimmy
CoalTer sTepped inTo The "A" Team and our boys on
The "B" Team made us very proud.
I-lowever, aThleTiCs was buT one side oT our varied
school-liTe. The Junior G.A.A. girls are readying
Themselves To sTep inTo The Emblem A in place oT The
FRONT ROW, lefl lo righl: T. Gonsalves, B. Keller, J. Knighl, l.
Crandell, J, Billeci, L. Forsell, N. Hobson, N. Baird, J. Marken, J.
Moreno, D. Hammons, M. Armsfrong, W. Davidson, B. Jacobsen, J.
Gray, B. DeWiIT. SECOND ROW: B, Cerri, A. Berry, K. Esquivel, M.
Frick, E. Coursey, A. Chiesa, B. Giacomel, I. Hudson, M. Hansen, M.
Boyd, J. Hiebert, 8. Lawson, V. Giovanni, l. Marques. THIRD ROW:
N, Hork, A. Grimes, D. Dobson, A, Millar, M. Comsfock, R. Banks,
M. Marfinez, V. lacona, L. Furno, L. Calverf, B. Barron. FOURTH
ROW: L. Gonzales, K. Fowler, H. Calvert, R. Albriqhf, N. Cone, J.
Coalfer, C. Casey, B. Morgan, D. Gooch, A. Graham, B. Hieberr,
S. Ehrlich, R. Ehrlich. FIFTH ROW: R. Medina, L. Clark, J. Cram, K.
Vickery, F. Garcia, W. Charreffe, B. Kolb, G. Ellioil, J. Moura, B.
Davis, D. Johnson, J. MacDonald, B. Friemering, E. Cicka, H. Baugh,
D. Frederickson, B. Cavanaugh,
The C.S.F. has been backed To a greaT exTenT by
The Junior Class, who make up a good parT oT iT. A
courageous "49er," Delores Wilson, alThough she is
bed-ridden has Topped The honor roll ThroughouT The
The pride oT every Junior Class, since way back
when, came To us in November and we eagerly
accosTed everyone To show Them our class ring, a
solid reminder ThaT we were upperclassmen.
The high spoT oT our year was The Junior Prom. For
weeks beTore The big evenT, nighT sessions and loTs
oT hard work were The rule. SelecTiOn OT our own Prom
queen was anoTher highlighT, Then came The big nighf
when we proudly presenTed our "Cinderella Ball" wiTh
our own Cinderella, MargareT Nash.
The governing oT our class was placed in The hands
oT Frank Pawley and Marvin ComsTock wiTh The
capable guidance oT Mrs. Swanberg and Ivlr. Baird.
This has been a year oT many changes. Along wiTh
The "New Look" in cIoThes came The more serious
"New Look" in ideas as we prepared ourselves Tor
The responsibiliTies oT senior year, our lasT chance To
prove ThaT we are indeed "49ers."
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
SECOND SEMESTER-LEFT TO RIGHT: Marie Hansen, Treasurer Frank
Pawley, Class RepresenTaTiveg Marvin Comsiock, Presidenf, Kathleen
FRONT ROW, lefT fo righf: D. Miles, M. Salvador, S. Johnson, M. SmiTh,
B. Pefko, J. Cagle, J. Lyon, N. STraThe.arn, B. LuTon, M. Parun, A. Vargo,
K. Warren, V. VeIa,,V. Ruiz. SECOND ROW: J. WorThingTon, P. Parre,
W. Prafor, B. Lipfon, L. Rosfamo, M. Nash, P. STory, L. Vasques, R.
Mass, W. SmiTh, B. Oden, E. Spalnhower, P. Parker, L. Tomlin. THIRD
ROW: L. Williams, B. Parsons, R. Sabedra, D. Pridgen, N. Winlzer
J. Taylor, W. Shaw, D. Ross. FOURTH ROW: B. Valdez, F. Pawley
C. Osborne, K. Ramey, E. Pollard, R. Ward, K. Vickery, A. Millar
W. Waner, B. Rhodes, W. Sfevens, A. Prevosl.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
FIRST SEMESTER-LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Ouerin, Advisor, Kafhleen
Plumlree, Class Represenfafiveg Marie Pill, Secrelaryg Jimmy Calisesi,
Presidenfg John Carlsfrom, Vice-Presidenf, Eleanor Arala, Class Repre-
senlaliveg Helen Alexander, Treasurer, Mr. Adams, Advisor.
The second year of high school life rnay well be lhe
mosl enioyable and exciling, for by sophomore year
you are sure ol your way around school, in sludies and
aclivilies, bul as yel lhe spell ol being in high school
hasn'l worn oil.
We lell prelly proud ol ourselves al lhe beginning
of lhe school year. We were no longer insigniiicanl
lilrle iroshies, bul we soon learned lhal we had a long
way lo go before earning a place lor ourselves beside
We slarled The year oil well. Our boys ioolc an
aclive inleresl in loolball, and il was in parl due lo
lhem lhal our iunior varsily had such a successful
Wilh lhe beginning of baslcelball season our boys
were noi lo be ouldone in lurning oul' lor praclice
and games on lhe "B's" and "Cs," And wilh lhe
coming ol lraclc season lhey were again oul in lull
FRONT ROW, leff lo righl: P. Flufy, A. Keller, D. Loper, B. Douglas,
B. Biddle, M. Jensen, G. Barriga, E, Marfinez, A. Clerice, R. Lopes,
D. Marino, W. Fridley, P. Carlfon, N. Mercurio, A. Francis, C. Hudnall
M. Chapman. SECOND ROW: P. Maloney J. Compomizzo M. Howell
E. Arala, R. Assini, F. Hill, M. Holm, M.'Ferlado, S. Jobs, B. Morris:
B. Bennell, K. Carey, B. Marlin, B. Bafson. THIRD ROW: D. Kielh
D. Frew, R. McClure, B. Jones, K. Holden, J. Garrow, J, Calisesi
T. Ernesl, S. Gibbs, R. Erickson, F. Carlslrom, D. Johnson, T. Boscia
R. Brazil. FOURTH ROW: B. Dunn, M, Forsell, L. Dunlon, F. McKinney
J. Bulela, K. Beck, C. Hooper, R. Gori, D. Henderson, D. Flood, R. lde
I D. Boudreaux, D. McKinney, L. Harlan.
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While sporls allracled lhe boys, l'he girls were noi
idle. The organizalion of a Roo'ler's Club gave lhem
lhe chance lo cheer our school, and our sophomores
on, and ihere were only a few who didn'l leap al lhe
The F.l-l.A. drew many ol our girls inlo ils circle lo
prepare for lhe lulure, and lo play in The presenl.
The California Scholarship Federalion also al-
lracled bolh boys and girls from our ranlcs.
Under lhe capable leadership oi Miss Querin and
Mr. Adams we have governed ourselves well, and
have learned a lilflle ol whal democracy lruly means.
Ol course, our mosl exciling momenls came in
preparalion lor, and on ihe nighl of our Sophomore
l-lop. The lheme of "Juice-box Jamboree" gave our
imaginalions a chance lo run riol, and lhe resull was
a Sophomore l-lop never To be forgollen.
If has been a good year, lhis second one: and if
malces us eager io forge ahead lo grealer achievef
rnenis in lhe world of sludy, sporls and play.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
SECOND SEMESTER-LEFT TO RIGHT: Maureen Ferlado, Secrelaryg
Toby Ernesl, Class Represenlafiveg Helen Alexander, Treasurer, Don
Henderson, President, Sfuarl Ross, Class Represenlalive, Ronnie
FRONT ROW, lefl fo righl: H. Shively, H. Alexander, D. Noack, J.
Taylor, D. Noia, A. Vela, B. Romo, K. Plumfree, M. Novo, J. Sewell,
M. Pill, L. Reed, J. Thomas, R. Ridolli. SECOND ROW: L. Briones,
C. Radmilovich, E. Rodrigues, J. Robb, J. Warren, B. Vredenburgh.
THIRD ROW: S. Thull, B. Pralor, E. Silva, F. Nunes, E. Pasley, T. Shively,
B. Sexlon, B. Nelherlon, K. Wiley, E. Smilh, M. Sheldrew, R. Price,
A. Pelers, M. Rocca. FOURTH ROW: G. Webb, J. Enrigues, G. Sfevens,
C. Hulchinson, V. Veramonles, F. Samora, B. Spainhower, R. Ross,
P. Slucker, J. Pollard, W, Putnam, D. Hargis. FIFTH ROW: G. Camp-
. R'c , B. Sanlos, R. Walke, J. Quick, C. Price F. Wiya
bell, T i h r , gg,
G. Wallon, R. Payne, M. Sanford, V. Parchini, R. Salazar, D. Rohlfs,
J. Shriver, R. Trelhric, D. Hasenfus, N. Head,
J. Jennings, P. Kolb, S. Fergispm, D. Badley, N. DeTina, M. Cake-
FAIISHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
FIRST SEMESTER-LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Douglas Palfersong Grela Huss,
Class Represeniafiveg Mary Ann Sramm, Treasurer, Glenn Comslock,
PresidenT, Ted Carlslrom, Vice-PresidenTg Bob Delph, Class Represenla-
five, Mrs. ElizabeTh Woodward.
EnTering high school as Treshmen ThaT TirsT day, we
Tound ThaT we had begun a new phase OT our lives.
We looked wiTh awe on The superior upperclassmen,
and iT one oT Them chanced To speak To us we were
Tilled wiTh pride. We worshipped The TooTball Team
Trom aTar and ThoughT They could do no wrong. AT
The end oT The TirsT reporT period, we saw ThaT our
grades were noT as load as we had expecTed and
decided ThaT perhaps The Teachers were human aTTer
all. The Teeling oT sTrangeness which we experienced
aT The sTarT soon wore OTT, and we became accus-
Tomed To The new rouTine.
Several weeks aTTer school opened we were oTii-
cially recognized and were inTroduced To The resT oT
The school aT The annual Freshman RecepTion. Under
The direcTion oT The mighTy seniors, we sang, danced,
aTe pie in The TradiTional conTesT, and parTicipaTed in
a TruTh or Consequences show. The applause and
laughTer oT The audience showed us ThaT They appref
ciaTed our eTTorTs. We had To obey every wish oT The
seniors, and were Torced To wear name cards on our
backs, neckTies, and lipsTick smeared on our Taces.
FRONT ROW, lefl To righfz A. Barnes, R. lde, E. Moreland,
Crandell, F. Farrace, A. Barfon, E. Grearhcuse, S. Maloney, D. Ford
K. Lopez, P. Hall, A. Alcocer, M. Hass, I. CoTarela, S. Carr, J
Garcia, D. Chilfon, R. Elshere. SECOND ROW: D. Marglin, M. Craw-
ford, M. DeGaIlery, V. Agnew, E. Mass, L. BellporT, J. Kambic, A.
FrancheTTo, J. Howard, N. Kelch, P. Hufchinson, M. Krapivin, E.
Fidalgo, J. Ladendorff, E. Luck, A. Mayberry, G. Huss. THIRD ROW:
bread, J. Cakebread, A. Carolla, E. Cofa, R. Briones, V. Glenna,
T. Lynn, B. Coppedqe. FOURTH ROW: J. Hill, S. Miller, D. Chilfon,
D. Jackson, B. Ferlado, E. Gragg, A. Barnes, G. ComsTock, J. Dossey.
FIFTH ROW: H. Burcia, B. Banks, A. Millar, J. Mercado, D. Boud
C. Lee, D. Cone, L. Ginochio, J. Flares, C. Blanchard, J. Marfinefi
All lhe lhings we did in iunior high on a small scale,
such as allending assemblies, elecling class olrlicers,
and sponsoring dances, were only preparalion for lhe
many high school aclivilies which we now lake lull
parl' in. Two ol our members have represenlecl us on
lhe sludenl council, and we look our lirsl slep in
school polilics by elecling class olllicers who handled
lheir iobs capably under The guidance ol our advisors,
Mrs. Woodward and lvlr. Pallerson. Our boys have
shown enlhusiasm and skill in alhlelics, and nol lo be
ouldone by lhem, our girls have ioined lhe G.A.A.
We allended our lirsl dances wilh orcheslras and
enioyed lhe numerous and varied programs and plays
presenled al assemblies. We wenl lo almosl all l'he
foolball and baslcelball games in which many of our
own boys played. lvlosl ol us paid our dues, and wilh
This money and lhe dues which we shall collecl nexl
year we hope lo give a successful Sophomore l-lop.
We are looking forward lo nexl year when we will
be an inlegral parl ol high school life and lo lhe
years when we will hold lhe envious posilion of upper-
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
SECOND SEMESTER-LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Slamm, Treasurer
Norma Pofeel, Secretary, Glenn Comsfock, Presidenfg Eva Mass, Vice
Presidenf, Bob Delph, Class Represenfalive.
FRONT ROW, lefl' lo riqhl: P. Wade, V. Vivanco, M. Slamm, M. Rilchie,
D. Newberry, R. Sheldah, D. Spahn, J. Sullis, G. Wrislen, J. Wilson,
H. Fridley, N. Tanzo, L. Reinbold, G. Price. SECOND ROW: R. Ward,
L. Reynolds, D. Parun, B. Scholl, M. Sewell, B. Williams, P. Reed,
N. Osborne, S. Clark, S. SMH, J. Slralhearn, P. De Vecchio, C. Calesisi,
B. Campbell, E. Minaker, M. Pofeel, B. Tomlin, B. Nevilles, B. Millar.
THIRD ROW: B. Sfeiner, E. Sarfain, E. Roche, D. Keifh, G. Abell,
P. Welch, D. Nevilles, E. Ramey, D. Thompson, C. Hieberf, C. Mays,
J. Beck, J. Romo, R. Pullman, D. Torres, G. Tidwell, L. Thomas. FIFTH
ROW: J. Salazar, J. Ricks, G. Rucksluhl, W. Rodchesler, B. Orum,
C. Newby, B, Mclnfyre, E. Boofhe, M. Hernandez, E. Hieberl, T.
Wheller, B. Billeci, D. Falelfi, F. Haskins, B. Habiq, T. Carsfrom,
L. Rodriguez, E. Neveu.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Ol course rhe four moior offices, presideni, vice-
presideni, secreiary, and rreasurer have io be filled
ably, and ihis year 'They were among ihe besi +o be
The first semester senior class officers and their advisors-Ieff fo right:
Mrs. Houssell, Frances Molander, Dick Quinn, Bob Burnerf, Beffy
Patrick, Conrad Diefhelm, and Mr. Hardien.
had. Under ihe guidance of ihe senior advisors, Mrs
Houssell and ivlr. Hardien, iirsi and second sernesier
handled lhe business of ihe graduaiing class ol '48
The second semesier officers-lefi io righf: Beverly Dorn, Vice-Presidenf
Gloria Sanios, Presidenfg Berry Pairick, Treasurer: and Beify Cakebread
AROUND THE SCHOOL
The many classes which help io make Anfioch High
Jrhe school ir is, work wirhoui much recognirion from
ihe siudenl body.
Doing norhing speciacular, ihese classes neverihe
less make A.H.S. a more erlicienily run school.
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The Sludenl Council, guiding body of The school, The loiggesl issue was The changing of our school
again successfully faced such problems, decisions and colors To blaclc and gold. This group can look back
silualions as Jrhe year presenled. on a year of unusual accornplishmenls.
SEATED, Eeff fo righi: Wea-President, Eieanm Pfaffenberqerg Frasidenf, "Baba"
Mere:-ada: Secretary, Serta Jacobseng Treasurer, Frances Mciarsder,
FRONT RCW, left to right: Head Yeif Leader, Doris Aiexanderg Am. Yeti Leader,
Mer: Armsirongg Juniar Dian Rep., Donna Hammons: Comm. ei Publiciiy, Mayer
Wolfe: Vice-Presidenf, Eleanor Yfaifenbargerz Pfasidnni, "Babe" Msrcadog Sucre,
vary, Save Jacobsen: Chia? of Police, Mel Ressig Traasurar, Frances Molandar.
SFCCOND ROW: Asst Yell Leader, Helen Aieranderg Comm. of Girls' Affairs,
Buffy Cnmstockg Sophomore Class Reps, Eleanor Arafag Comm. of Enfervainmsnf,
Peggy Story: Senior Glass Step., Conrad U'iB1he!mgComm, nf Cultural AH-airs, Jnycu
Kalterg Freshman Glas: Rep., Seb Delphg Soph. Class Rep., Kai-Mun Plumfrsag
Annual Ediior, Mamie Scuderog Freshman Class Repu Graf-s Huss.
AnTioch I-Iigh's Two pul:JlicaTions, The Panlrher and sTaTT Turned ouT To The sTudenTs a welcomed and well-
The I-li-Life sTarTed rolling early in The year. Under read paper. The annual sTaTT, wITh Ivlr. Eaqleson as
The guidance OT Mrs, Ernest The eTTicIenT ediTors and advlsor, worked To puT ouT a beTTer Al-l.S. yearbook.
FRONT ROW, loft lo right: Asif. Ed., Patly R sig Ar? Ed., Sofia Giacornolg
Edilor-in-Chief, Natalie Scudcrog Buxinesx.Mqr., Eleanor Plaflanberger, SECOND
ROW: Advisor, Mr. Eaqlesong Photo. Ed., Conrad Diefhelm,
FRONT RQW, lofi to right: Advariisemunfs, Wilma Davidson, Margarai Naxh:
Business, Eieanor Pfaffenbergerg Edifor, lr-lalalh Scudumg Asxf. Ed., Pearly Ross:
Arr, Buffs Glacomll: Suhscrlpflonx, Carolyn Burton. SECOND ROW: Pays Hill,
Belts Jacobsen, Peggy Sfory, Maureen Furlado, Literary Ed.-Norma Baird, Eleanor
Arala, Toby Ernest, ubscrlplions-Buffy Cakebread, June Markers, Glenna David-
son, Girls' Sporls Ed,-Belly Comstock, Polly Andrews, Joanna Vlera. THIRD
ROW: Photography-Conrad Deithelm, Mr. Eagleson, Boys' Sporfs Ed. Marvin
Comsiock, Bob Vranclsnlaurgh, Jimmy Taylor.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Joyce Keller, Beverley Dorn, Chuck STaplelfon,. Janice Sales,
FRONT ROW, lefl' To rlghl: Chuck Slaplelon, Joyce Keller, Frances Moiandar,
Janice Salas, Advisor-Mrs. Ernest. SECOND RGW, standing: Parry Andrews,,Betfy
Cakebread, Beverley Dorn, Joan Smith, .loan Blllaci, Leia Rye, Mary Jane Rodrlquas.
The beginning of school marked fhe sfar? of a big year for G.A.A, with mofe qirla furninq auf than ever. Under the
diredion of Miss Galloway, the qiris have found healrhful recreafion and qood sporfsmanship as an uiiimme reward.
Anofher par? of fhis growing organization who are helping fo mainmin the smndarfis which have been bulk? up by
simiidr qrouos cf years before,
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This year marked fhe beqinninq of d perbd of recrqaniza-
Hun in fhe Embiem A, The membership increased fo N
qirls :wer 'Phe uma! 4SY '-'fonev rfisino -Q"iv?VM iiffre
carried on fo pay for fha beaufifui qoid and whiie
sweafefs and A new consfiiufion was esfablished, Imp .ed
by fhe significance of fheir society, the qiris look fczrsvard
to biqqer and bever fhinqf, for fha fumre qroups.
New mfen? cfwmee oui in Mrs. Bv'H'fj5ir3YiS second dnamcnicx
dass. The bin even? of we vwr was fha term may Given
in fha Sprinq. This mrdkwcrkfnc Group has dcne waii in
Weir mwsf fo imom-we driarriafiz enfsfvfainmenf.
Wifh all 'lhe classes represenied in 'Phe C. S, F., 'rhis group These Fuiure Homemelrers of America are preparing for
of honor sludenfs and rlreir advisor, Mr. Swensen, are fo be fheir fuiure by learning io sew and cool: under flue guiclance
commended for their perseverarrxce fhrougiuour flue year. of Mrs. Swanberg.
Helping io raise spirils, rise Anficclx High School Band has played el games, rallies, and assemblies. Under fhe able
direcrion of Mr. Miiclxeil Hookins, lhe band has proved itself a valuable assef lo our school.
The addiiion of male vczices has much improved Huis year's Glee Club.Wiil1 Mr. Hoolcins leading. fhey have presenlecl
various and enjoyable programs and concerls.
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Organized only ll1is year, flue Roofefs Club already fills a vilal position in our high school life. Composed of feminine
spcrfs fans and advised by Lois Cox if is well represenfecl ai all evenlsg il' has done a gr:-:af deal lo maize 'tlwis school
really sports conscious.
Starling wiflz flue foofball season 'lime Roolefs Club has parficipafed al all evenfs by yelling, singing, and aiding 'line
yell leaders in all ways. lf has succeeded in keeping up flue spiril' al all games and has represented flue enfire Sluclenfk
Body as H is an imoorlani cross-seciion of school acfivifies.
LIBRARY STAFF CAFETERIA STAFF
The- siudenl' librarians of Anliocli High School can always "Cl1eerfulService" could well be fhe moilo of flue Caieleria
be counfed on for assisfance when needed. Under ilwe quid- girls. Around noon each day lhey are llw mos? apprecialed
ance of Miss LaCos'le, Yhey Fill a needed place in sludenf sludenls in A. H. S.
Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics At
FOOTBALL The 1947 season
WiTh anxious eyes The TooTball Tans oT AnTioch looked To The
opening oT The I947 season. The big quesTion was could The
TighTing PanThers hold The ConTra CosTa CounTy FooTball
Championship Tor The Third sTraighT year. Even beTore The
oTTicial opening oT school. Coach Jaclc Danilovich had The boys
ouT on The pracTice Tield drilling and learning new plays in
anTicipaTion oT The opposiTion To come.
WiTh The vicTory oT Their TirsT game Tresh in Their minds,
The PanThers Traveled To meeT The powerTul Lodi Flames and
beTore Them suTTered Their TirsT deTeaT in 20 sTraighT wins aT
a Third quarTer score, 7 To 0. This deTeaT brouqhT a new de-
TerrninaTion and TighTing spiriT To The players, AlThough oTT To
a slow sTarT, iT was soon evidenT ThaT Coach Danilovich had
shaped anoTher winning Team.
ATTer vicTories over Concord, CroclceTT, and MarTinez, The
PanThers were prepared To meeT The PiraTes oT PiTTsburq, also
undeTeaTed in The league. ExciTemenT rose To a new peak be-
Tween The Two rival Towns, and a record crowd oT 9,000 Turned
ouT To wiTness The game. As The Teams meT on The Tield There
was liTTle doubT leTT as To which was The sTronger. The roaring
PanThers pushed The PiraTes over and oTT The Tield in a I9 To 0
win. An ArrnisTice Day vicTory over Acalanes Tinished up The
The season Tor The C.C.C.A.L. Champs.
This year The blue and gold uniTorms were paclced away Tor
The lasT Time, buT every AnTioch Tan will remember The spiriT
and superioriTy oT The Teams who wore Them To vicTory, or de-
TeaT. In The coming seasons The PanThers will be TighTinq under
new colors, blaclc and gold, buT They will TighT wiTh The same
degree oT sporTsmanship which is characTerisTic oT AnTioch
High School, and The Teams oT The blue and gold.
I947 FOOTBALL SQUAD
Joe I-Iarlan, Paul Gurule, and Chuck STapleTon were chosen by Their Team-
maTes Tor The honor oT being year capTalns Tor The '47 gridiron season. These
Three ouTsTandIng ball players Ice-pT up The spIriT and Tire oT The squad ThroughouT
The eighT games played by The Team. Though each player oT The '47 varsiTy did
an ouTsTanding Iob proving Their aThleTic abiliTy, These Three boys showed The
greaTesT progress under The eTTIcfenT coaching
OT Jack Danilovich. f
ThIrTeen is usually considered an unlucky
number, buT The AnTioch TooTball Team proved
ThaT This was noT The case as They Tinished an-
oTher successTul season. PIcTured below are The
Tirsf ThirTeen men oT The AnTIoch squad. LeTT
End-I yr. V.
ART NAJERA I
Half-2 yrs. V.
GuardA3 yrs. V,
End-2 yrs. V,
OuarTerv2 yrs. V.
T-Ialf and Fullbacli-
2 yrs. V.
I-Ialf-2 yrs. V.
I IST. All-CounTy
Fullback-3 yrs. V.
Guard-2 yrs. V.
End-I yr. V.
Tackle-3 yrs. V.
CH UCK STAPLETON
TackleY3 yrs. V.
CenTer-I yr. V.
Polaluma Anlioch Acalanes
Lodi Aniioch Ivlarfinez
Ivlanieca Anlioch Concord
Concord Anlioch Valleio
Croclcell Anlioch Jaclcson
Ivlarlinez Anlioch Rio VISIG
Piifsburg Anfioch Breniwood
Acalanes Anfioch Concord
A small bul valianl Junior Varsily iaced ils oppof
nonfs wilh a Iighling spiril greal in proporlion 'Io
The '47 gridiron season showed a much improved
J.V. Ieam. The younger members of Ihe school mel
on Ihe praclice field Io drill and learn plays and
Iheir work was noi in vain. Winning over hall fhe
praclice and league games played, Ihey inched
closer Io Ihe coveled counly championship. Deieai
suffered under Ihe Mariinez Bulldogs and Concord
Red Devils saw Iheir chances dissolve, bulr The record
lei? by Ihe Team was one Io be proud of.
Coach "Babe" Atkinson
Joe BuIe'a and Jim Dos
Co-caplains chosen lor Ihe year were Iwo oulf
sianding performers. Allhough each boy played his
posiI'ion wilh exceeding abiliiy, Jim Dossey and Joe
Bulela were elecied Io represenl Ihe Ieam as iIs
The '47 Junior Varsily is promising malerial for
Ihe coming seasons. Some will siep up and fill Ihe
posilions vacaled by Ihe Varsily members. Some
will again lead Ihe J.V.'s 'ro more viclories, bul each
wiih Ihe experience gained will be an asser Io which-
ever Ieam he fighlrs for. These boys are Ihe Iulure
sfars of Anlioch I-Iigh School.
sey, C:-Capiains Coach Jack Daniloviih
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TEAM LEAGUE SCORES "B" TEAM LEAGUE SCORES
- SECOND GAMES FIRST GAMES SECOND GAMES
50 PiTTsburq 39, , , .23 AnTioeh AnTioch 25 . ,,,,, PiTTsburq 43 .,,,,,,,, ...29 AnTioch
50 MarTinez 23. .. . 25 25 ,,,, MarTinez 39 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .35
38 MT. Diablo 28 .. ,,,,,,, 26 I8 , MT. Diablo 25 ,,,,A,,,,,,,,, I5
38 John SweTT 38.. . ,,,,,, 39 22 John SweTT I7....... , , 9
48 AcaIanes 38 28 20 . Acalanes 34 ......,,..,, .22
COACH "BABE" ATKINSON
As basIceTbaII came To an end, Two ouT-
sTandinq players were chosen by Their
TearnmaTes To be year capTains Tor The '48
"A" and "B" Teams. The "A's chose
Norman Cone, iunior, whose deTermined
playinq and cooperaTiveness made him
The leader. The "B" Team qave The honor
To Ken Ramey, also a junior, Tor his un-
TaiIinq sporTsmanship and Tine playinq.
Shown here wiTh Coach ATIcinson, boTh
boys will be back ne-XT year Tor a promisinq
I yr. B-2 yrs. A I
2 yrs. B-I yr, A
2 yrs, B-I yr. A
2 yrs, B-I yr. A
I yr. Bel yr. A
I yr. B-I yr. A
3 yrs. B
3 yrs. B
3 yrs. B
I yr. B
Z yrs. B
2 yrs. B
As The curTain draws To a cTose on The Tinal sporTs
scene Tor The T948 season, we Took back over The
pasT Tew monThs wiTh Tond memorTes oT our TracT4
Teams. OT The unbeaTen Bees and oT The game buT
oTTen ouTdisTanced VarsITy.
Through The Three hour CounTy TVTeeT, The TocaT
ThTncTad TTghTweiqhTs skimmed, sTraTned, and sorTnTed
To come sailing in To an unchaTTenqed TirsT pTace.
Led by Tom Lynn's amazmq perTormance, The
Cubs managed To pTace beTween one and Three men
in every evenT, and run up The sensaTionaT score OT
IOSV3 poinTs To 56T1f3 Tor The second place PITTS-
paced by T-TarTan and Casey, The "A" Team puT
up some rough compeTITIon buT were noT The cTass
oT The sTronq enTries Trorn The TirsT Three piace schooT
reloresenTaTives. We ended a sTrong TourTh wTTh 23
Sornelhing new was added lo lhe sporis agenda
in l948. Baseball. For lhe iirsl' lime in several years
lhe Panlhers had fielded a baseball nine. And, more
ollen ihan noi, il was a winning one.
For lhe lirsl year baclc in lhe counly since l94l,
lhe blaclc and gold came up wirh a lirsl place con-
lender, and showed ii by whipping some oi lhe besl
cornpelilion in lhe area.
l. Joe Harlan-over The hurdles.
2. The elephanl walk performed al The sporl show by Lou Harlan.
Don Henderson, and Bob Ehrlich.
3. Jack MacDonald and Ray Salazar pul on 'lhe gloves.
s . Marvin Comsfock breaks fhe rape in The 660Ayd. run.
E. Bob Ehrlich broadiumps.
Baseball did more lhan gel a slarl 'rhis year, il
showed The resl of Conlra Cosla lhal Anlioch High
does sornelhing else besides play foolball.
Sprinlcled wilh several velerans and lorlilied wilh
many newcomers, lhe l948 versions ol Paniher
swimming leams made good showings. Wilh lillle
praclice, bul wilh a world of will, rhey did well in
331 "5 7X'1si
6. Jack Cram backslrokes ro sef a new record.
7. An exhibifion of fumbling af rhe annual sporl show.
8, Forward dive by expert, Ralph Alcocer.
S'. Vic Parachini and Dale Collins lussle in sport show wrestling
IO. Lou Harlan-diving.
Wilh more girls lurning our for G.A.A. rhan ever
before, lhis organizalion alrained a high goal ol
sporlsmanship and cooperalion lhrough cornpelilive
sporls playdays and social aclivilies.
The lall sporls olzlered were baskelball, lennis and
hockey. There were IO4 girls our for haskelball, I9
for lennis, and 20 lor hockey.
Miss Galloway, Emblem A, G.A.A. Advisor.
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-SEATED, Iefl lo righl: sec., Nafalie
Scuderog Pres., Belly Comslockg Vice-Pres., Joanne Viera. STANDING:
Treas., Margaret Nash, Advisor, Miss Galloway.
Early in lhe school year a group of GAA, girls
allended a baskelloall playday in Pillsburg ancl soon
afler a hockey playday al Washinglon Union I-ligh
School in Cenlerville.
Two lucky senior G.A.A. girls and advisor, Miss
Galloway allended lhe annual San Francisco Slale
College Playday in San Francisco.
THE COUNCIL-SEATED, left fo righf: Eleanor Pfaflenberger, Belly
Biddle, Rosie Sabedra. STANDING: Belly Morris, Greta Huss, Belly
Giacomel, Wilma Davidson.
THE EXECUTIVE COMMlTTEE-SEATED, leff fo righlz Pres., Palfy THE COUNCIL-lefl lo righl: Sally Jobs, Cleo Cari, Virginia Vivanc
Andrews, Treas., Margaref Nash. BACK ROW: Sec., Toby Erneslg Vice- June Marken, Faye Hill, Lefa Rye, Beverley Douglas.
Pres., Hafhalie Ward.
In The spring our lancy lurned lo sollball and badminlon, I I5 our for lliese sporls,
The impressive inslallalion lor llne new spring G.A,A. ollicers was lneld on February
Ib, I948 in llne school caleleria.
Willn llie spiril ol individualism llwis years l-lifclinx was clnanged lo a lvlollwer-Dauglwler
alllair. l-li-liglil of llie evening was llie playoll belween llne winning allernoon and
evening GAA. baslcelball reams.
Under 'rlie capable direclion ol advisor, lvliss Galloway, girls' allnlelics lnas lnad .1
Activities Activities Activities Activitie
a huge success.
Junior Varsily og lo an early sled.
S4-wffffrrgief days we mm fscmfri 'md i'?'s baqk to school
fer A. H S, svudnmv.,
The monllws of Sepfember and Oclober were busy ones in Hue lives of
A. H. S. sfudenfs. From flue Urs? day flhings siarfecl popping. To Freshmen,
lriiliafion Week was someilming fo be lived flurouglw, but fheir receplion was
Foofball was llwe dominalinq lopic of flue season wiflx 'lime Varsily and
A favorite lunch-hour pasflme The boys cruise: the Qirls lnifimien irifroduces We Freshmen
info Arnlieclu Hiqlx life.
A-my .3 IQ yer ermwn izkqrv 1 s Orc es ra and! e urs? biq dance o l e vear CO h WWW Om Ll new DMV mm Ndiem
.HrF shfi .i "s 'enurxmlf V2 hvt h fi ' fh .
me direcfion of Semars, The Gym Jam, GC
J. Vfs win lheir firs? vicfory over Acalanes,
are only prevues
Hariar' and Gurule.
Coach Jack sends Dick Quinn info
ihe qame wifh Es,sm.c.ioi.s ..r .ne
winning play aqainsf Petaluma.
Learning io sew a sfraiqhir seam in Mrs. Swan' Blaine. Coach, and Mercado solemnly wifness
berqk Home Sc, class, firsf defeat in 20 qames ai Lodi.
A. H. S. reofers witness Panlheris ffiumwh , ' ' Helen, Merle. and Doris cheer our boys on io
over Manfeca, J. V. s frounce Concord in Z8 fo 7 vidory. anqfher vicfo,-,x
Assemblies and railys, which also some ar this season were enfhusiasiic.
Block A and Emblem A sweafers were berng proudly spurred by The lucky
The organizaiions ako sprang info vibrani life af Qhis Mme, and our two
publlcariona, The Hi-Life and The Pemfher, sfarfed rolling,
These fall monfhs marked ihe beginning of an acflve year 'for A. H, S.
M. 3 ,
and and Mr. Hookins foo? for frse home ieam
uunn out an Yhe open m wmn nq game
wrfh Concord Where s fha res! of We Ncormme rs res? fume ar A H S especrali
y wifh such nice
Our hrs? assembiy and mxhiary
rhythm by Mr Hookms and
The semor afhiefes recewe
and wear them pr
Agarn a mn ffm Mme Crocker? brings qrms fo ihe faces of
fhs home feam
'S The J V 5 wm anorher on home ground
An exciiing momen? as Anfioch
imgeia and assisfan? perform fqr record pyQ,,5 ,Q-Hougg, fo, dnorhe, win
' . . . eg
crowds as Anficch
Our three ye!! Yeaders Dons Merie and Heien swam out a
aqamsi Alhambra thas hm
V - U U . A viva! garf of A. H, LifeNDish' The gym dass brushes up on Qhe Safes?
Mr. Eagleson expiams aqarn fhe arm-xcacses of an wcrkm washmg by fhg fame, gf the ,same wuggngs mmfg-,e gg, game Hawkgn,
and then aqam, Cafefe,-ia: DN.
December, lhal magical monlh of Christmas and lhe Junior Prom. Holly
and brighl ribbon sei lhe mood for gaiely. Practice games unofficially
The day coach handed our the fcolball awards will long
remain in the memory of cur alhleles.
Cinderella for fha evemnq Marganal Nash and her ladies an walling Barbara Keller
June Marian lrls Hudson Louise Tomlin and Nancy Sfralheam
Wlrh lhe deadline almost mel the
Annual Slalf 'lakes lime our for a
momenl of fun.
Ffom ffoflefs GSQCVIY dwell live duclo Yhe smxlmq laces are caused by arrival
sure of lhe Jumor class Cinderella of me an,,OuSgY awaned Sengof
The '48 Emblem A slages a strictly all girl parly al Joanne
. V - The library is graced wirh a Neliviry
Yhe climax of a minor not is reached as. Mr sggne, lhoughllullv provided by Miss La
Eaglesorfs loorsleps are heard on lhe slalrs. Coge.
In a lense momenl, Lyle Blaine fries for a badly needed fwo
poinls againsl lhe Richmond Oilers,
The dust bowl on a windy day makes for gloomy faces. Afldflef N6ll0Ml ASSGNUY Df0Q"0m A P-Emile' and his opponenl slrelch and lbs
, with birds the fopic of rhe day. ball ,goes flying, . ,
January officially opened baslcefball season in A. H. S. Bu? il was also
llse monlh ol many ollner aclivilies. The Leap Year Dance slarled llxe New
Year off willw a bang, and llxe gamas, flue plays given by 'Phe Dresmafics
class, lhe Nalional Assemblies programs, and llwe many olher acfivilies
made lhis rnonllw a happy one.
The whole Annual Staff qaihers mund while Editor Scudero
leads We discussion.
Uwe first play of the season brouqhf us
Yhe perlecf friendship--or are they iust Norma Wllliamsoni Norma Baird and
posing, Ellzabefh Howard in "Belly, Behavef'
Ticlre? salesmen Naiera and Mercado aren? Everybody wants to gal info We ac? as fha fits? A bunch of monkeys in the Panthefs lair. Do you
affending sfriclly fe business dance of 'Phe New Year proceeds. suppose lhey all wan! to buy annuals?
A b k if A V h b . A,H.b. students team something lhe marvelous abilily of The ' ' """' 7
as e Of n lOC rims of Yhe work of Hue Snlvaticm blind organist brings ova. J if h b U If A -
cheers from we happy MM. Army V RMS and donafiomh ump ig oys means more pffmfs, for nur side,
February was unique, noi only because il' was ihe Leap Year monlh, buf
also because of 'Phe new lhings which were inlroducacl info Anlicch High.
The noon plays, where each and every one had a chance to display his
lalf,-nfs, and Hue Hrsl all girl assembly were big hlfs wilh 'lhe A, H. S.
The Dramalacs class presenfs The Srslers Mackmlosh with
Barbara Oden Halhalue Ward and Beverley Dorn
The Trumpefeers per a February
Who will gel the ball is lhe big cxueslion as
another qarne races lo a finish.
l"N1-4-ff: 'iii' 5 M A Emblem A girls quickly sell lheir candy fo fhe hungry Norm Cone guards as a Don fries for a
baskefball crowdl basket.
Carpenlry boys add a much needed sforeroom lo fhe gym
Thi? f5'2Cldl"lCl 5'll9fACl555 Gam? The firsl all girl assembly arouses much
and lhe excitement inge.-gg.
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The bail 5, gnly one of fha victims as a rough game of spoedball
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2. 2-in.. of '
They serve us faifhlully and are a very welcome siqhl when The Giee Club makes ready Yo sing for Gene Crane' me Villgim' pounggg on La. I
noonfime rolls around, lhe enioymenl of the Junior Hiqh, Verne gosfdmol me Woman of MY599.-y, gl
The angel, Hafhaiie Ward, leads fhe lime,
, blind soldier, Donna Hammons, up To fha
5 Gaies of Heaven in answer fo "The Summon:
E of Sarielf'
monfh, of course. was ihe Sophomore Hop.
as they wafched Hue annuai Easier play, "Tha
Summons of Sarielf'
Enrhusiasric, would-be arfisifi decoraie for
ine Sophomore Hop,
Mr Band cuts the cake af a
cafeiena Chine' holds Naiahe Wen When spend reds are given conceniraflon IS the rule
PGYYY 'V' Uancmq af the Juke box Jamboree to the rhyihm of spsnmnq
Friendly?--noonfime horseplay befween Mr.
Freeman and the boys.
bound as Paffy Oakes the hmehqhi
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Two heads are beiter than one En meiai zhop. Or
Parry Andrews gives the iowdown to fhe
nd - lunch bags.
Qiqnified seniors sedafdy enioy iheir iunch
hour in ihe senior court
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Easier ioo, was observed by Hue Siucfnf Body
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213 "fs" STREET ANTIOCH
QPi1' iifii'fTOSiUI? 'cfdaie rrwemb sisres in We couniy is
rlqhf here ir: Amiiocrx Yezsi EM GREiFS', refmzudeied re
cizrwty Emo Q very mofiorn sive, We iaiezi Yrs dregs suiigv
and aiwcaes can be found iwe-rf: pius loud or Qcmservaiivse
shiris Ha:-5 arid S'Nf3fji'5fTS for 513511205 or ri badiy naeded
pair G?Si61CiCu are ony 5 hw ui We many C?'1'3iiT6?5 ieawrod
ai GREIFSI He-re you Ronnie and Bob ircfhric :iarimir
iraq iiie marry varieiies of siwiris.
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dvertising Advertising Advertising
To The GraduaTe of '48
. . . May we poinT ouT The advanTages oT living in ConTra CosTa CounTy T' T 'I' I-lere
are liTe opporTuniTies: a counTry oT scenic beauTy, a wealTh oT good soil and waTer,
diversiTied indusTries, modern and Thriving communiTies T' T' T' Some oT us may casT our
eyes Tar aTield and ignore beneTiTs we enioy here. Some oT us, oT necessiTy, may see Tar
lands and wondrous Things-buT leT us remember The man who searched The world Tor
Treasure, only To Tind iT buried in The Tields oT home.
FIRST NATIONAL W' "n'f"'h
BANK of sAvlNes
K MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
OAKLEY ROAD ANTIOCH
NoThing can cheer a siclc Triend more Than a beauTiTul bouqueT
of Tresh Tlowers or a poTTed planT. DORIS FLORIST has a greaT
varieTy of planTs and bouqueTs plus corsages of any size Tor ThaT
special occasion. I-lere you see RuTh Assini and Marilyn ThuT
looking aT The medley oT 'flowers ThaT can be found aT DORIS
LOUIS L. CAPLE
THIRD STREET ANTIOCH
' A new sTove Tor your Mom To cook some oT her delicious meals
on, a small radio Tor your room or a radio-phonograph combina-
Tin Tor your Dad can be Tound aT LOUIS L. CAPLE'S. I-lere you
see Marylis Jensen and Mary MarTinez looking aT a brand-new
ReTrigeraTor Range. Also Tor The besT in painTs and enamels, be
sure To Thinlc of CAPLE'S TirsT.
DRAGON' RICHFIELD STATION If I
SIXTH AND "D" STREETS ANTIOCH
One place in Town ThaT is always a beehive of business is
DRAGONS' RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION. You'll always Tind
a number oT cars There being washed and polished, lubricaTed,
or Tilled wiTh RichTield gasoline, which gives your car The TarThesT
in mileage. Dragons sell Tires and auTo accessories, and will give
you The speediesT and mosT eTlicienT service.
THRIFTY FOOD CENTER
THIRD AND "6" STREETS ANTIOCH
l-Tmml WhaT shall we have Tor dinner? IT you are doing The
shopping be sure and Turn in aT THRIFTY. One can plan a Tull
course meal Trom The iTems on hand. A large assorTmenT oT Tresh
vegeTable can be purchased here along wiTh meaT and canned
goods. l-laThalie Ward and Bob Dozier are looking over The pros-
pecT oT The evening meal.
LA GRANGE BEAUTY SALON
SIXTH AND "A" STREETS ANTIOCH
WheTher you wanT your coiffure done in a sophisTicaTed
upsweep Tor some special occasion, or a naTural every-day sTyle
you may be sure ThaT The LA GRANGE SALON will seT your
hair oTT To iTs besT advanTage. The La Grange can also keep
you in Top physical condifion wiTh Their Gyro-ducing SysTem Tor
reducing. In The picTure, Nancy STraThearn is seaTed comTorTably
in The vapor baTh as Julie Alcocer aTTends her.
ANTIOCH FRENCH LAUNDRY
820 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
IT you dread Thinking of ThaT pile of dirTy cloThes, iusT pick up
The phone and call The ANTIOCH FRENCH LAUNDRY. They'll
pick up your cloThes and in a iiTTy have Them back To you clean
and sparkling. l-lere we see Mr. Tallifer and Gene Balocca by The
AnTioch French Laundry and Dry Cleaners Truck.
SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
The problem oT "WhaT shall l geT Mom
Tor her birThday?" or "WhaT would Dad like
Tor FaTher's Day?" can boTh be solved by
going To GARROW'S. They have a wide
varieTy oT knick-knacks which should be very
pleasing To your MoTher and soTT cushions
and ash Trays To make your FaTher more com-
TorTalole. Here you see "Hoppe" Jacobsen
showing Doris Azevedo some beauTiTul
drapery maTerial. Besides buying There your-
self, Try coaxing Mom inTo buying you ThaT
beauTiTul bedroom seT or Turnishings Tor The
whole house aT GARROW'S HOME FUR-
MAYER'S JEWELRY STORE
SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
"Oh, isn'T iT beauTiTull" "Hmmm, l'll say!" ThaT's The commenT
Trom wise shoppers, MargareT Nash and HaThalie Ward, as Mr.
Mayer shows Them one oT The TascinaTing iTems aT MAYER'S
JEWELRY STORE. I'm sure you'll agree wiTh Them ThaT "iT" is
beauTiTul-"iT" being everyThing Trom waTches and rings, To
Those pearls you've been wanTing Tor so long, or The TinesT silver-
ware made. Yes, Tor The besT, iT's MAYER'S JEWELRY STORE.
302 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
GraduaTion is coming- up! IT presenTs problems doesn'T iT?
WhaT could be beTTer Than a Parker 5I pen and pencil seT? Those
new pens in The ladies' size are iusT The Thing Tor your gal. Here
you see Mr. Nash showing Eugene Crane and Barbara Keller The
newesT Parker seTs. Maybe some sweeT smelling cologne or baTh
powder are more To her liking or you can geT your laTesT copy oT
"Junior Bazaar" or "True DeTecTiveg" TavoriTe TooTh pasTe or
cigareTTes. All This and prescripTions Too, aT NASH PHARMACY.
ZI4 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
Do The pangs oT hunger sTrike you abouT 3230? JusT Think oT
Those glazed do-nuTs or "melT in your mouTh" rnacroons-delishl
Be sure To order a beauTiTully decoraTed sheeT cake Tor Those
special-special occasions, iusT The Thing To Top oTT your coke-
parTy. Here you see Wanda PuTman and Wes KirkpaTrick drool-
ing over The sweeTs being arranged in The window aT SANDER'S
JAMES MEN S SHOP
SI4 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
The "Senior Ball" and ThoughTs oT new suiTs sTarT cluTTering up
The minds of some oT our male sTudenTs. Here you see parT oT our
greaT "champ" TooTball Team lBob BurneTT, Dick Ouinn, Lyle
Blaine, and Louie Brionesl in JAMES MEN'S SHOP Trying To
decide on a sharp Tie, shirT and suiT ThaT will make Their girls very
proud oT Them! RuTT1ll Jim Davi helps Them make The deciding
zu "e" STREET ANTiocH
Big daTe SaTurday niTe? CloseT empTy? BudgeT To waTch?
EveryThing Trom ThaT beauTiTul black dinner dress you've been
dreaming abouT To ThaT cuTe baThing suiT Tor your vacaTion
swimming can be obTained in ABELL'S APPAREL. Here Ann
Vargo and Bernice NeTherTon look aT some oT The beauTiTul
cloThes which are in The laTesT Tashion magazines and are also on
The hangers oT ABELL'S APPAREL. The proprieTors, Mr. and Mrs.
Abell, are showing The girls one oT Their many suiTs.
SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
IT you Think Those war-Torn loaTers are ready Tor The poor box,
and your shabby saddles won'T carry you anoTher sTep, you'd be
wise To hurry and replace Them aT The HITSHEW BOOTERY.
You can be sure To Tind The laTesT heels and dress TlaTs To maTch
ThaT new suiT or dress. Those alwayseneeded bobby-sox can be
had in any size or color plus The Tine hose being shown here To
BeTTy Cakebread and Carolyn BurTon by The owner, Mr. HiTshew.
SECOND AND "G" STREETS ANTIOCH
Where's The besT place in Town To Tind all The gang aTTer school
or aTTer The show? Where's The busiesT corner in Town? Yes, The
widely known WHITE FOUNTAIN is The answer To These ques-
Tions. Here you see Barbara Thomas, Virginia Crawford, and
George EllioT, enioying Themselves while Harlan Jackson, The
proprieTor, is busy wiTh The Tizz-waTer.
D 81 W SHOE HOSPITAL
I07 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
Are you consTanTly Troubled by gravel or sand seeping Through
The hole in your sole? WheTher iT's a logging booT like Yvonne
PuTnam is holding or a dainTy dancing slipper held by Babe
Mercado, don'T IeT iT boTher you TurTher. Hurry iT down To The
D 8: W SHOE HOSPITAL and geT speedy eTTicienT service.
BROWN'S MEAT MARKET
2I6 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
Yum! Yum! Look aT The delicious ham ThaT Mary Ann Posey and
Fred Hunzinger are buying aT BROWN'S MEAT MARKET.
BeTTer Take a peek also inTo The showcase, and look over The
various oTher meaTs which will very likely appear in savory dishes
aT your own dinner Table. You can be sure ThaT owner Mr. Brown,
Bill Schramm and Jack Shaw will provide you wiTh The besT
quaIiTy oT meaT aT BROWN'S MEAT MARKET.
THIRD AND "H" STREETS ANTIOCH
IT you wanT sTreamlined eTTiciency and solid comTorT in an
auTomobile, The 'MEYER'S MOTORS is The place To buy. Meyer's
deals in Fords, and can supply you wiTh any Type desired, along
wiTh any exTra necessiTies. In The picTure you see BeTTy Giacomel,
KenT Vickery, and Ray Salazar noTing The many ouTsTanding
poinTs OT The Ford in The showroom.
725 THIRD AND "H" STREETS ANTIOCH
Are you hunTing Tor a presenT Tor a member oT your Tamily or
Tor ThaT special Triend? IT so, The place To look is HOLLIDAY'S
HARDWARE. Holliday's carries a large assorTmenT oT arTicles
which include: household uTensiIs, Toys, guns, and supplies. Here
Glenna Davidson and Henry CalverT look over some oT The many
SOI "G" STREET ANTIOCH
Do you wanT ThaT dress or suiT alTered in Time Tor The big
dance? Do you wanT your old sweaTer dyed? Did you spill coke
on your Sunday besT? WhaTever iT may be Take iT To The besT-
BEST CLEANERS. Jackie Taylor and Nancy WinTzer are Taking
advanTage oT This opporTuniTy.
CARRIERE'S GIFT SHOP
2l0 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
Are you aT a deadlock when iT comes To picking ouT smarT giTTs
Tor weddings, birThdays, anniversaries, graduaTions, or oTher
occasions when a giTT is in order? IT This is The case, we suggesT
CARRIERE'S GIFT SHOP To you. You'll Tind Their selecTions OT
merchandise will make The mosT enchanTing and yeT appropriaTe
giTTs, and a card Tor any occasion may be purchased. Here you
see NaTalie Scudero and Joan Densrnore looking over Their many
SALLY ANN DRESS SHOP
207 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
CloThes galore Tor liTTle ToTs, buT besT oT all iusT whaT big sisTer
wanTs. ErnesTine Pasley and Dolores Aguinaga are righTly inTer-
esTed in The aTTracTive blouses and dresses shown in The window
display. For The besT in casual and sporTs wear or Tor ThaT special
aaa, iT's The SALLY ANN DRESS si-ioP.
205 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
IT you are in search of luggage, men's, women's or children's
cloThing, shoes, yardage, household or kiTchen equipmenT, or
small iTems OT every day necessiTy, Then The place To look is The
AnTioch FAMOUS STORE. Here in The picTure you can see Jean
Pollard and Roland McClure examining buT a porTion OT The
exTensive merchandise carried aT The FAMOUS STORE.
EDDY S FOUNTAIN
2I2 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
WanT a coke, banana spliT or a delicious Tull-course lunch or
supper? Any oT These and all sorTs oT TounTain concocTions plus
assorTed sandwiches can be had aT EDDY'S FOUNTAIN. Here
you see Mary Ann STamm, Jack BuTela, and Joan Densmore Try-
ing To decide on someThing To saTisTy Their aTTer-school appeTiTes,
while Eddy LuTz, The owner, looks on.
PALACE SPORTING GOODS
6l9 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
SporTsman in The Tamily? Then The PALACE SPORTING
GOODS is The place To go. There you'll Tind everyThing Tor The
sporTsman including Tishing rods and reels, baskeTballs, TooTballs,
everyThing Tor The camera Tan, and also Tine Table model radios
like The ones we see Wilma Davidson and Tom Lynn examining
here. Yes, shop aT The PALACE SPORTING GOODS.
AMERICAN LAUNDRY AND
504 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
Did you eaT lunch Too TasT Today Thinking ThaT you'd be laTe
Tor school? Did you despair when you dropped spagheTTi all
over The TronT OT ThaT luscious new sweaTerf7 Take The advice oT
DoroThy Novero and Carl Osborne and Take iT To The AMERI-
CAN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS. Your Tace will be all
smiles when you see The wonderTul iob ThaT They have done.
EL CAMPANIL THEATRE
SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
A diTTerenT view oT The EL CAMPANIL
THEATER is seen in This picTure oT Dornan
Wagner, BeTTe Jacobsen, and NaTalie
Scudero, examining The eguipmenT in The
proiecTion room. l'm sure you have all whiled
away counTless pleasurable hours in The com-
TorTable seaTs oT The EL CAMPANIL, waTch-
ing one oT The many Tine picTures shown
There, all oT which are careTully selecTed To
assure you OT The uTmosT enioymenT.
KELLY'S UNION SERVICE STATION
FOURTH AND "L" STREETS ANTIOCH
For EiresTone Tires, Tubes, baTTeries and accessories, go To
KELLY SPRUELL'S UNION SERVICE STATION. Spruell's will
give your car The besT service in washing, polishing, or lubrica-
Tion, and can supply you wiTh Union 76 gasoline Tor The besT in
mileage on your car. You will receive guiclc accommodaTing
service aT Kelly's and wiTh courTesy and good humor he will
comply wiTh your needs. ln The picTure you see lvlarvin ComsToclc
and Norman Cone waTching Kelly wash The windshield.
COTTAGE FLORAL SHOP
"G" STREET ANTIOCH
Whenever an occasion arises when Tlowers are in order, leT
THE 'COTTAGE FLORAL SHOP handle The maTTer. The CoT-
Tage has a wide selecTion oT Tlowers, any Type or color you desire,
and can arrange Them in The mosT beauTiTul array. Speedy
delivery service is anoTher advanTage oT The CoTTage ElorisT.
ln The picTure, Norma Baird and Louis Williams are selecTing a
planT Trom The window.
OAKLEY ROAD ANTIOCH
The lceen exhilaraTion TelT while Tlying Through The air is a Thrill
never To be TorgoTTen. A plane ride is someThing all should
experience. The SKYVALE AIRPORT oTTers lessons and evenTuf
ally you can receive a license iT you so desire. ShorT plane rides
are also oTTered and The cosT is noT so greaT when you consider
The Tingling sensaTion you can always remember. BeTTe Giacomel
and BeTTe Jacobsen seem To be geTTing a lciclc ouT oT loolcing over
one oT The planes aT SKYVALE.
b07 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
An ideal place Tor a snack aTTer The show or ThaT laTe dance is
Ivlilan's CaTe. Famous Tor Their early morning breakTasT service,
They are equally wellfknown Tor Their lunches and dinners Tor The
Tamily. Ted CarlsTrom and Claudia Calisessi, picTured here, seem
pleased wiTh The courTeous service which you will always receive
NINETEENTH AND "A" STREETS ANTIOCH
Cleanliness and ThaT well-pressed look will make a diTTerence
in The appearance oT your cloThes and you. Your populariTy mighT
even depend on The Trim aspecT oT your wardrobe. In The picTure
Doris Pridgen and Margie Chapman waTch a quick-press iob.
This along wiTh Their speedy delivery service are buT Two oT The
KEEP-U-NEAT CLEANERS many conveniences.
306 "G" STREET ANTIOCH
IT you are looking Tor school supplies, cosmeTics, Tools, or
cuTlery, l Think you will be very saTisTied wiTh These and many
oTher iTems ThaT can be purchased aT The Ben Franklin STore.
Here you see Adrienne MacKinney, proprieTress, Trying To sell
Teresa Brazil and Mary Posey some TooTh-pasTe which will make
an ever-lasTing shine in Their smiles.
EIGHTEENTH AND A STREETS ANTIOCH
ETTicienT aTTendanTs always make a Tilling sTaTion popular and
along wiTh The Triendliness OT Joe Bruce iTs owner JOES
SERVICE STATION has become quiTe well known and is paT
ronized by a good percenTage oT AnTioch Here you see Joe
and Bruce H1eberT sTand1ng beside Bruce s car For quick eTTi
cienT service iT s JOE S SERVICE STATION
608 THIRD STREET ANTIOCH
A problem has presenTed iTselT Your cokes are warm and The
gang is coming over Think no more abouT IT Phone ANTIOCH
ICE AND FUEL and The chipped ice will be broughl' To your
home by The new Truck shown in The picTure Jim Dossey and
Don Noack pose near The Truck Chicken Teed and Tuel Tor oil
sToves are also delivered by ANTIOCH ICE AND FUEL
5l6 THIRD STREET ANTIOCH
IT Those shoes you love so well have worn ouT or are run down
aT The heels your problem will be solved by Taking Them To
JOHNNY'S SHOE SHOP Tor a quick re sole or Taps puT on The
heels. Here Dan Cone Frances Nunes and Lou Harlan in back
groundl seem unTeresTed in geTTing Their shoes repaired The righT
way aT JOHNNY S SHOE SHOP
7I3 sscoun STREET
I'm sure There isn'T anyone noT Tamiliar wiTh This popular place
of enioymenT and relaxaTion. WheTher iT's a symphony, a novelTy
record, a rhumba, or your TavoriTe crooner, you will have no
Trouble Tinding iT aT The MUSIC MANOR. Wilma Davidson,
Barbara Bell, and Jack Garrow, who you see in The picTure, are
buT Three oT iTs many paTrons.
FouRTH AND "L" STREET
Good equipmenT, good service and good humor are all as-
sociaTed wiTh WOODMAN'S RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION.
A lubricaTion iob aT Woody's will seT your car running so smooThly
you'll TorgeT you have a moTor, and Richfield gasoline will give
your car The mosT in mileage. In The picTure you see a happy
group oT high school boys sTuTTed inTo one small car, as smiling
PeTe removes The gasoline cap.
ANTIOCH MEN'S STORE
740 SECOND STREET
For school or dares, ANTIOCH MEN'S STORE is The place
To buy popular l.evi's, Frisco Jeans, handsome slacks, school
sweaTers, and colorTul sporT socks, IouT deTI FasT numbers in shoes
are also TeaTured. Prices are reasonable, and merchandise desir-
able aT The ,ANTIOCH MEN'S STORE. PicTured are Mr. and
Mrs. Tornhiem, beTTer known as Bill and DoroThy, making a sale
To Jack Cram and Jimmy Calisesi.
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SERVICE ROAD ANTIOCH
Everyone likes coTTee and donuTsI And where can you Tind
Those delicious DownyTlake DonuTs? Why EBBA'S FOUNTAIN,
oT course. I-Iere Too, you'll Tind milk shakes, sundaes, sodas, sand-
wiches and ThaT old sTandby-"Coke" I-Iere we see PaT BenneTT
and Peggy ArneTT sTopping in Tor an aTTer school TreaT aT Ebba's.
ANTIOCH PAINT AND SUPPLY COMPANY
EIGHTEENTH AND "A" STREETS ANTIOCH
IT you're looking Tor someThing consTrucTive To do why noT Try
painTing and Tixing up your own room? And, oT course, The place
To geT ThaT painT and wallpaper Tor such a iob is The ANTIOCH
PAINT AND SUPPLY COMPANY. I-lere you see Mr. Aiello
showing Toby ErnesT a can oT ThaT Tine Pabco painT.
ELLSWORTH RADIO SHOP
TENTH AND "A" STREETS ANTIOCH
Philco, Sonora, Crosley, and many oTher well known names in
radio's can be had aT ELLSWORTH RADIO SHOP. They can
Turnish you girls wiTh a Table model radio ThaT will make your
room compleTe, and Tellas, Their Philco and MoTorola auTo radios
are iusT ouT oT This world! I-lere MargareT Nash and Ray Salazar
inspecT The Tine radio-phono combinaTions aT EllsworTh's.
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I " DRAGON AND GARROW
EYE AND THIRD STREETS ANTIOCH
The lime lo plan lhe lulure is now. Many ol you already have
marriage plans, bul have you included a place lo live or build a
home? DRAGON AND GARROW REAL ESTATE FIRM can
relieve you or your parenls ol lhe lask ol linding a house or lol
by presenling you wilh a complele lisl ol available properly and
homes lrom which you may choose. Also il lhe-re is properly lo
be sold, DRAGON AND GARROW will handle il lo your besl
BEN KERT'S PONTIAC COMPANY
"A" STREET ANTIOCH
"Boy whal a slick carl I-Iey, il's a Ponliac. Bel he gol il al
BENKERT'S." Yes, you loo can gel a shiny new Ponliac or il you
wanl your presenl one lo lasl a lillle longer lake il lo BENKERT'S
PONTIAC COMPANY lor lhe besl service in lown.
627 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
Pearls, compacls, walches-iusl lhe lhing lor lhe graduale, a
member ol your lamily or even a gill lor yoursell. And, ol course,
you'll lind lhe besl ol lhese and olher ilems such as diamonds,
silver, and rings liusl like lhe one Mr. Be-rnslein is showing Florella
and James Beckl al lhe CROWN JEWELRY.
SECOND AND "e" STREETS ANTIOCH
I-lousehold appliances ol all sorls, painl lor lhe house or wood-
work, loys lor lhe children, and lools lor repairing all broken
obiecls around lhe house, can be lound al lhe HOWSE COM-
PANY. The new slore is quile large and slocked lo lhe rallers
wilh any kind ol hardware you need. For everylhing lrom bolls
lo lawnmowers, lhe HOWSE COMPANY is lhe place lo look
SMITH'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
ioo4 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
You can'l lake your girl lo lhe big dance or lo lhe show wilh
lhal rallle in lhe molor. The quickesl way lo locale lhe lrouble
and have il lixed is lo lake il lo SMITI'I'S AUTOMOTIVE
SERVICE. Carl I-Iubbler, Don Dobson and Frank Corollo, pic-
lured, know lhal il's SMITH'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE lor a
speedy repair iob.
AYERS AND MCCLINTOCK INSURANCE
619 THIRD STREET ANTIOCH
No one likes lo lhink aboul having accidenls, bul such lhings
cannol be predicled. Every smarl person should carry insurance
in lile, properly, casually, aulomobile, lire, Iiabilily, elc. AYERS
AND McCLINTOCK INSURANCE FIRM can supply you wilh
lhe mosl advanlageous policies, and will give you inlelligenl
advice as lo which policies you are mosl in need ol. In lhe piclure
you see Mr. McClinlock giving such advice lo Mary Smilh, Don
I-Ienderson, and Jimmy Coaller.
700 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
Looking Tor good Tood? Then your search is ended! You, Too,
will have as hard a Time deciding whaT To order as do Elva
lvlinaker and Eloyd I-Ioskins. BUT no maTTer whaT you decide on
you can be sure oT enioying iT in pleasanT surroundings and wiTh
quick eTTicienT service. For good Tood aT any Time iT's The
b2I SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
IT you wanT ThaT long soughT Tor presenT Tor baby sisTer or
liTTle broTher, The STORK-TO-TEEN SHOPPE will have iusT whaT
you've been looking Tor. lvliss lsbel Dragon, owner, will assisT
you in picking The righT size dress or shoes, or if iTs Toys you
desire, you can buy anyThing Trom miniaTure dolls and TurniTure
To one oT Those cuTe cuddl sTuTTed animals ThaT Ka W lie and
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Cleo CarT are looking aT in The picTure.
600 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
Does your "hoT rod" or moTorcycIe need insurance? IT you
aren'T prepared Tor Tire, TheTT, or accidenTs, we suggesT ThaT you
invesTigaTe The diTferenT Types oT insurance handled by The
ROGERS INSURANCE CO. AccidenTs can happen aT any Time
and iT is beTTer To be saTe Than sorry. Babe Mercado and Louie
Briones seem To be likely prospecTs Tor owner Mr. J. Rogers.
KINNEAR DRUG COMPANY
610 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
SmarT shoppers everywhere know :Ts The KINNEAR DRUG
COMPANY Tor The TinesT in ToileTries IipsTicks and perTumes
To Those ever imporTanT prescrlpTions ThaT musT be Tilled uick
service is The keyword when developing Those snapshoTs oT The
"gang" Tor you Here we Tind Virginia Vivanco and Bob Billeci
engaged in The diThculT Task oT deciding IusT whaT They like besT
Trorn The varied selecTion OT arTicles always To be Tound aT
ANTIOCH STATIONERY SHOP
5I4 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
IT you are searching Tor a diTTerenT birThday card Tor ThaT
special somebody or IT you wanT To send a geT well card To your
besT Triend, Then The place To look is The ANITOCH STA
TIONERS. Besides a Tune array oT cards They have all makes oT
TypewriTers, all kinds oT school supplies and a large collecTion
oT The laTesT books Raul Gurule and Eleanor AraTa Take ad
vanTage oT The convenienT display and browse Through The large
collecTion oT greeTing cards
LEONARD S LOCKER SERVICE
702 SECOND STREET ANTIOCH
IT you've been Thinking oT ThaT big buck you know youll geT
nexT deer season have you ThoughT where you re going To have
iT cuT and sTored7 Why LEONARDS LOCKER SERVICE oT
course! Also you Tind aT Leonard s many TruiTs and vegeTables
kepT in The big lockers you see STeIla Olvera and Gene Abell
DIABLO VIEW GARDENS
220 RAILROAD AVENUE ANTIOCH
PicTured here, are Marilyn ThuT and Norma Walker looking
aT The mixed varie-Ty oT Tlowers and poTTed planTs aT DIABLO
VIEW GARDENS. Small vases can be purchased Tor The beauTiTul
bougueTs. Besides The cuT Tlowers, small planTs Tor seTTing and
guiTe a Tew diTTerenT Tlowers and lawn seed Tor planTing can be
obTaineol aT The DIABLO VIEW GARDENS which also has a
NINTH AND "A" STREETS ANTIOCH
IT iT's convenience, quick service and good Tood ThaT you wanT,
The HOLLYWOOD is The place To go. Their spacious parking
area adds To your convenience. You are able To enioy The besT
Tood in The comTorT OT your own car wiThouT The boTher involved
aT a resTauranT or TounTain. The courTeous service displayed aT
The HOLLYWOOD is one oT The oTher TacTors ThaT draws iTs
LONE TREE WAY ANTIOCH
The miracle oT Traveling Through The air, hundreds oT TeeT
above The earTh, is a breaTh-Taking Thrill which no one should
miss. The ANTIOCH AIRPORT can show you The earTh Trom
above in eiTher open or closed planes, which are kepT in The besT
oT condiTion To assure your saTeTy. The ANTIOCH AIRPORT is
also prepared To give you swiTT saTe TransporTaTion To a desired
desTinaTion, and Tlying lessons are given by compeTenT insTrucTors.
202 ROSSIE AVENUE ANTIOCH
The QUALITY CLEANERS which
is under The same managemenT, will
bring you The same eTTicienT service
as does The Modern Cleaners. In
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Marie Hansen are examining a
newly cleaned garmenT.
5I2 THIRD STREET ANTIOCH
Your Tormal or your besT suiT
can be cleaned and pressed by The
MODERN CLEANERS in iusT a
shorT Time, wiTh even The mosT un-
sighTly spoTs removed. Any missing
buTTons are replaced and Torn
seams are mended. In The picTure,
Lou Harlan, Hazel Cooksey and
Rosalia Lopez smile aT you Trom
many rows oT experTly cleaned gar-
menTs which are ready To be Taken
home by The well saTisTiecl paTrons
oT The MODERN CLEANERS.
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