Mount Diablo High School - Diablo Yearbook (Concord, CA)

 - Class of 1940

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PTCKETTS LAWF- SUPP NCVNE Sf-NT Q "EVN" SCPM 'WAPLES FVXXTT .f-V. iw" v uf'-N PCLEEW nf' N LUSCYVQT ff' 441 SCM! ,L FN SFCC' EDNA WATT A 54'.'9E' QA 95'-fi' " '.S'AfX.CT Mm? .QYTFNF if ' EIFNP SEQEFC5' 19 4 O GRADUATES -K RA YNV L Al A D f- C53 SPVCXVAN 1- TA x A WALLACE ROBERT WATSON RODNEY WESTFALL EVELYN WHVTTEMORE BARBARA WVNTERS JEAN WIXSON WATKINS GECRSE WESTERLUND MARY VV?-lllE EVEQETT VHLES PAUL WlLLlAMSCW CJFFORD ZNECK Notes on Senior Class Presidenlc William Kololcousis, Por+Cl'1icaqo Vice-Presidenl S iiiii ..,. S Roberl Blilcenq, Concord Secrelary-Treasurers Barbara Winlers and Geraldine Simi, Concord Senior Cards and Announcemenls Commillee ,cc, S do .....Barbara Win+ers,Cl1airman, Rosalina Gonzales and Bernice Turner Senior Picnic Commiflee .S S cc , Roberl Blilcenq, Clwairman, David Lawrence, Mary Jo King, Slanley Sullivan Juniors Top Row: Lucille Philip: Jack Grercua Ra se Cerner, Jack Pauicr l3e"'ce Pea- zqfs. Boffom Row: Mari? S, Wlefre R15--"5 Cancer E111 War. Maxi" Haze Ge". Top Row: Rccerf Hiicncck Pau Hefrve Wallace Jackson Mclfin Jer, Curfis Wecoruii. Middle Row: Roy Level Teny Lcbo Jean Srraiqlir, Joyce Sclieuer, Helen Harmon, Ezra Neiscn, Ralph Ruyle. Boffom Row: Lois Adarns, Dorcrny G-asser Pearl Fenrcn, Belly Hayes, Claire Rice, Mariluise Reurzann, Top Row: Ricnard Reviiclir. Pnilfo Cark, Dick Cooper, Pau Meier Den Waiker, Dcnald Huovenin. Middle Row: Eugene Mould, Glenn Erickson, Lorraine Royall, Jerry Hobkins, Belii Lu Eoskeii, Howard Buscnke, Lorry Srnilli. Bofiom Row: Doris Ruyle, Lorraine Marshall, Rurki Wiiarfon, Jackie Humble, Jean Harrison, Barbara Lawrence Evanqeiine Raoiey. Top Row: Cnarlei Davie, Oscar Joknrer, Marskiail De Bissclieo, Roger Hardinc Vince-ri Graziaro, Louis Dewinq. Middle Row: Jinn Eerrier, Kenneiki Burfcnaeil, Suzann Lawrence, Viroinia Lee Pierce, Pfn Warkins, Jerry Wliillaker, Jack Le- mke. Boffom Row: Joan Herrick, Muriel Kr-rr, Mary Bison, Mfiricrie Voice, Bn' k 1 Q ' M me C3 r Sci' aff ar'ef, fwfr! fn , A 1. Hehe, Top Row: Ee 'f,- r Ki ri ui Ras: cn ge 2-1"a Eduard Rocircr Cla.e Bure' Hf'a:e Hccver, Middle Row: Marci, R' C- Ewfi Eiiarc, Mildred Tcfiir Derr 'rv Raine, Leis Gmlelrnar Rurli Wildes, Jwres Marzcffo, Corrado Marcnedi, Bol- fom Row: Cc leer' Rokginfien Olive Wrirfl Mg- in Gcmez Verna Buff: Sririe. Rfk- Snow' Ya'ras'w"es Se". Lee lai', Parcel Lute. Sophomores Top Row: Reber' Haines, Reber' Ridge, De ber' Deouine, Romer' Bierz, Warren Decenedevi, Middle Row: Joe Carrier, Ca' Ozlronr Loueiia Sznmior, Cnarorre Haier, Vicror Gueriso i, Willard Ballerger. Boflom Row: Marfyr' Reinke, Mary Ed- wards, Mildred I-lock Juani'a Cfuse, Mar, Mo'esco, Sade Tycer, Marie Le- fr!-yn Top Row: Russell Binderim, Bill Granl, Gerald Lombardi, Emerson Nunes, Middle Row: Ulysses Merrill, Takashi Kaya, Doris Pacini, Cleole Barrera, Lois Hallmeyer, Jeanne Bussey, Jack Peabody. Boflom Row: Maizie Ogilvie, Berry Oldenlwage. Berry Breclif, Lorraine Bulzback Barbara Mirclwell, Yoslniko Kaya. Top Row: Bobby Fifonneo, Merlon New- lnali, Roborl Bedell, Ralph Riclwardson, Donald Parsons, Jack lmliorl, Louis Man- aini. Middle Row: Ernesr Fonrana, Caro- lyn Dean, l-leidy Kneclil, lnez l-lunlsman, Carel Kimpfon, Bollom Row: Evelyn Fran- cis, Dorollwy Crum Marion Dallon, Emily Duarle, Elinor Neilson, Inez Fralefs, Top Row: l-larold Dulra, Ronald Skow. Roberr Enos, Sranley l-lansen, Edwin Pail- lassov, Norman Thompson. Middle Row: Roberr Levada, Jean Buckner, Genevieve Benedicl, Mary Pnillis l-liser, Donald Hull- berg. Boffom Row: Carolyn Mcflausland, Elhel Tinkliam, Elizabeilw McLennan, Aud- rey Burk, Marion Cneadle, Laura Wed- sled, Bonnie Colvard. Sophomores Top Row: Lfe Palmer, Cnarles Tinsfrnan, Romer' Iylcwldlen Roberr Leonard Torr Snoclr Walrren Ca.-frlnorne. Middle Row: Rayrrcro Taliilorrz, l-le-len Raw, Rose Crcssar Maria en M:C3'nbs, Wil'ian" Gyres, Jarres Paclcnarr, BoHom Row: Marzare' Riders Lois Casas, C:ne'anCe Rao, Bmw. Tnzrrsfn Cafica Marga- la' Max Malmo. Top Row: 'led Rarnsay, Delmar' l-lock rnann, Jannes Clin? Room' Percrson, Caofar Cardio'li Jerofre Machado. Middle Row: Donald Bail, Jarnes Spowarf, Rober' Vervura, Ellwel Rolirer Es'l'1erMae l.'r-finer, Alan Anderson. BoHom Row: Palricia Vsfiso, Lois Tnornas, Phyllis Jack' son, Myrfio Sclwlclr Harsulro Kanaqalri, Surnilro Waranabo, Saoalco Kioo. Top Row: Dale Wrflls, William Jolvnson, Cliliord Young, Franlx Wlialcy', Oliver Norlli, Vfilliarn Bardin. Middle Row: Cal- yin Case, Jack Cooyer, Edna Clarlc, Nancy Larsen, Belly Simpson, Torn Riccobuono. Boffom Row: Marqarel Waddell, Mary Puqlisi, Mae Sfewarf Mariorie Gellwaus, Alice Srarr, Berry Collins. , Top Row: Juddle Srnillw, Vauolwn Barrus. Roberf Tnompson, Harry Boornor, Edward Miller, Roberf Walker, Glenn Nelson. Middle Row: Cirlord Quinfng. Barbara Soulcuo, Mariorie McClinlic, Nadine Ho- qan, Dapnino Colerran, Russel l-liclcs, Jolnn Enara. Boffom Row: Mariorie l-lawes, Anna Young, Jean Cool: Nona Slolces. Doroll-iy Erickson, Lena Zaccliea, Laura S. COVS. Top Row: Donald O Day Livio Vanni, .lolwn Kolokousis, Roberr Green Roberl Sanrn. Middle Row: Ted Border, Ricliard McKin- non, Dolores Olson, Marqarer Newrnan, Claronfe Stanley, Karl Williarns. BoHom Row: Belly Ann Earl, Beverly Johnson, Rosemary Mifclwell, Evelyn Gapen, Clwar- lene Robfrson, Doris Moore. Alice Ca- yazza. Top Row: Taalu Nalcafani, Frank Bellencourf, Jaclc Berna, Donald Gill. Edgar Tlnornpson. Middle Row: Udell l-luqlies, Roberl Gino- clnio, Louis Ginocliic, Lillian Onslofl, Lolus Lesniclc, Doris Mae Cosla, Reber? Eriglrfon, Marlo Secclwi. Bollom Row: Dorollny Pires Slnirly Dulra, Dorofliy McKinnon, Gloria S'cwar+, Olivia Siva Mafy Ellen Mendenhall, Leofa Aqcsfino Mwiel Lancaster. FRESHMAN CLASS l, lfcse Qefscnalily efrilesl 2. Fuvive icolcs and CU clcllies. Dori? 4ei' -'el lnifialion, P e maqa . 5 au' 'clay Dv- c +35 O . Freshmen Top Row: 2 1" ' , lv Middle Row: - ' "1 'fp' ., g.. , ' '- -ffl . fl, fag fom Row: A U2 ' 'gfzf ..f-- Top Row: 3' Y'.-pe' Wire Cue" 3:23 Fw: f-" ,WJ Ricvf' 'W' Eff Arqff- N"'ff:"':". Middle Row: FM. Yqff' Qi' RZILVAV' MiCCW.", 3-arrfw JE6' JC" cm, Mfamc LQV-effe Sturm 3Qr'feS',s5f1, l.,uiiNf,31ffAf Ca' Cirm 1 1, Dociwo F-mlldff. Bo++om Row: AwkM:"s Frey, Wfgefc Reed Mez Aus" Bm' Kffkeh Je'e Aww Eufwardi Maw Ju" 55-i"., Rfb Hffkvv Pvweze Off-, Digi L":c'1igf. Top Row: Dude G1 LQ.: LJN: NI '-fy Arryu, TP"',f- Pcww Riff afc Herz. Gwcfm, Midd. Middle Row ,5"' N'f1'1:",, JW: CQ'Qf1ff'i, Wi?"-1 swf-, P+ Pwhffd Mf Kean, V7fu"iea Lou Swnrfz, Hfywey Mn- Pvee Nifwfm Mff':'. Boffcm Row. gf-PWPQ R'rf-'Y' Arm- Ive Rafi 'ffm LFV p'fJ'l":' Sffwy Mwfyi-' VIVT-'-': Swv,-' :f'-E Aff? r,"Qf ECN: Ci'e" S"'9fA. lifes Nafzws' Gvid. Top Row: Ped HL ':e': Def: S:""'c' 'v1a"7' S':f- Buff Rafzze Cessef Woo fA'f'Q'. Snccrfz-. Middle Row: Jfnii A0675 Ruszew H51-. Beny Burien Edife Sean Mamma MH:cr, Fcrence Evcersm, Q"f'fIe- Tfwrxardffn, R'EQrf Cean. Bo?- fom Row: N'-1r'Pf1 M5 V3 SFVQ. Ru, Q- L35 DE: fe", Mauve Mifgf Bn., :een Ee", Dafa 3-tf"'2e Witcffellc '-45:9 '4"i M1'.f:c-E' Freshmen Top Row:3e:'geMe',,:11 :3f.e":L PW, : L'-"vc ff'ff'- fin! 5e:'c't 31, ":'1 Vai' d:.:1 Lawrie, Middle Row: P313 Dfta' 7'c"a: H' S221-3 'JZ"' Ci"e"'e EAM dei' Vlacie 'faffflf Digit: N:"'fr Der? WVU 'V' V!-fair. Boffom Row: Eze:-2" gee 'Z"'i"'e' lxfi'-'.'V? A" De". Ew- ,' Bari l-liz? R::e"3 325' S': se' 39", Gi' R536 l-le'i Mew ACC. Top Row: Rfseff l-lui '13 G' ner' Olmrfa, Rmvcnd Morfcrd, Eawlrc Mfnrquffz, l?l""'3Vfl Briar, Rafwsofr Fl'zgQraU, Mid- dle Row: Dinill Sfraefraf F 5,0 Ginger, Mafa P-le'r7'qs51, Rcscmaf, l-lc' Pats! En'-WSC' L65 C:'e"a'w W' 75 R9f3C1.BOl- fom Row: Lear Rae T' :'s:" 3-2'lv Gal- '1'z'f:' Liza Solder, jQa' Wlll'arrQ, Cvfffn Tlsiarerwc, Maw Marche: Dori- fr, Cuellar. Gladys Roqere Navfa Carlc, Mlakfl Maleuda. Top Row: Kar"e'Ql'l Ma'2L,":'e Clalr Mescvcufg, Lewis Jchracr, Lefc, Beno- Gfff Dlck Sfarr, Rcdcfcl McDonald Karl Reis. Middle Row: Yuwfao Nalrafani, Earl Dlmcaw Alice Lelwlo, Pfrrlcla OlBrlcrw, Jewel Hugbes, Peggy Manda, Mildred Ba l Fred Mason Boffom Row: Velfre Dee l-lmxcw Jef Kffser, Barnard Boer'-er, Flor' wif: Erdah. Dc':'w Traps Bewcrlv Rrzaas, lvfarnaw' Jc'9'- Flcferce Good' rlfw Top Row: Kerreu' 50:39 E':' Wk-s .lives Vfswer, .J""'. Lir: Q' D5 9 Ci'- Siiccv A'T"LJ' Mafrez A523 F:1'e', Middle Row: Racer' PMN Dye cn Qin: sif' Darla Cunls, C5"P'l'T Frcnavv, G'-ff1l:1lf":Cer'er Arlw PN' Q l-lec' Frul' las, Bo++om Row: Ncffra Te. :r VA'Ljlf'A'E Fhale' Mama? Figurines L.:JA5 Per-fa L:"a"e Gvacflel Dire", Can: E .Koa F':-ff'i A3'es Ma:'Q3j. ff' ADMINISTRATION Dear Parenfs of Ivlf. Diablo Union I-Iigh School Sfudenfs: I am nof wrifing fo fell you fhaf Tom has been playing hookey again, fhaf Jim is nof working in his Physics class, or fhaf Ed is Iafe foo offen be- cause of a cerfain affracfion in fhe English Building. I 5 We have no serious epidem- ics-ofher fhan hearf frouble. This comes wifh spring, buf fhe bug fravels quickly from one vicfim fo anofher, so we do nof worry abouf fhe serious- ness of any case. I am froubled, as you probably are, abouf cerfain fhings. Wifhouf our realizing whaf is happening, influences are af work which will converf our boys and girls fo a way of life which will nof bring fhem happiness, or eco- nomic and spirifual good. We are foo foleranf of bad manners and bad social relafionships. We have foo much of lying, or dishonesf mofivesq desire fo "ge'r by" wifh poor work or no work, fo "gef by" fhe law and ifs enforcing officers. We fear foo offen fo sfand for whaf we know fo be righf. We accepf fhe cheap in our radio programs and even fhe vile in our books, plays, and magazines. We allow fhe claws of communism fo grasp af fhe roofs of our democracy. Our hope is in our young people. They, you, and I musf sfand fogefher wifh deferminafion fo be clean, decenf, honesf, law-abiding Americans who will fearlessly guard our democracy from our own weaknesses, and from fhe undermining influence of any "ism." My Ieffer sfresses serious issues, buf I have nof forgoffen fhaf humor, fhe beaufiful in music, life-rafure, and arf, and honesfy and cleanness in Iivs ing sfill exisf among us fo give us courage. I may say, for your fufure comforf, fhaf Anne, in spife of her spelling, finally passed her English A examinafion. Sincerely, FACULTY Cz""5':'a VPS, LCVUSE BELJCP Sc: e Su: es W. CEARLES :Cx Sc: 3 Sz: is MISS IRMA BROMLEY V':e-Pircipa g Dean of G MR, GEORGE PERRY Deaf of Boys fi' F',FLS .Q'-'NSCN 'J SS 7"J"' -1 4 c.,., g 7 5.41.1 'SEZHNNE SWE jE-H"-5' 'J SS :SP-'K-CES VVS: P L Q Q f 5. 51: lliiiv rf 11 L LANG: ,:.15::.'cf , 514. A 73-,,,,. 1. E rg HJ 'A 'vg 3, kb AKJECH AH PASS r4E,EN CCSPTP GM' VWSS JCYCE JJAUD ' Q x.."',S' I -S ':' Z: M153 MAQY HERET-1 NR STANLEY WALEPEN Dzwf-5' : S: 2-'ze Sf' 11 S'-1'-S yvfwgg 5CSF1FSL-iAP3 Ml? PETE KPAMER Efg'5h 5',S'3' E'1.113"L' MISS EDiTH BEER NR LESTER WNLJANS Sggg 535 gg 5h.si1W E'1,::"L' If av" f W 3 . Gb D NR. ARC?-'IE MEEWINS M3'fe"a":s MISS ALEIHA MCRTENSON EPQIIS' MR. WILLIAM THORNTON M3"':"3' :S M MR PEVICN :ARRER I-1,s"'3 AHS MR. I-IOWARQ BRUBECK NLS , MR. CUQ"S WCCDRLPF I':.s" 3 AHS MA COLJCHMA-. :'g's' 3 I --....w.,.M MISS EDNA PCRTEQ Nfse MISS ELENA BARKETT E"g'I5b M155 ETHEL BRUBAKER L-:':a' 3' MISS LILLIAN DESNCNC Pmsma E1-:3":' MISS JESSIE FAAICNER P23 C3 E':.i3' i' Student Body Council Dear Friends: I'm noI calling you 'Idear friends" because I'm running for office again, buI because Ihis year has been IuII of your friendship 'foward me. Working wi+h you Jrhis year, I have had for Ihe Iirs+ Iime a Iasfe of The responsibiIi+ies which awaiI me in Ihe ouIside world. I have Iearned Io respecf Ihe righfs and opinions of ofhersq Jrolerance, Ihe sfuiff which helps cons+i'ru're a de- mocracy. If I have Iearned nofhing eIse I will have, in +oIerance, a solid Ioundafion for success in Iife. I wish 'ro express Io Miss Romaine my grafifude for her Jrimely sugges- Iions and Icind guidance, which have been an invaIuabIe aid Io me. I aIso wish To IhanIc Jrhe members of Ihe facuI+y. various sfudeni commiffees, and IinaIIy Ihe slrudenfs +hemseIves, who have made my year, as president so enioyabIe. SincereIy, Vincenjr I-IooI4 worm eco ccunc si d q 5 R C E v I v B r s fd v s rr BOYS FhDtRAl ION Sfandin :Clan Burlcr, Afrielic Pepcderg Bon Tnomoscr Genera Peporler' B 1 Reoar Gerera' A'rlef': Naraqfr' 9 Dayio Lawrcrcc Caplair of Fire Sauadg La.-s Dewirg Vice-Presuerl. Sealed: Wi ya Ballerrgf-' Asssw" Ye Lcaoerg Jim Eowards Scrqeanlbalrarmsj Warn-v Hayila' r: Presirv"3 Rrikzfr' Barber S111-9arvAlrfas.iw rg Nr, Pri-r. Dear oi Boysp Carme-r Dougan, Ye" LEJOVF. eireis imeuel Sfandinq: Pa'rc 1 Circ." Avfevuarcr- Cnf-i--" Jed' Elf-r SWA :rf Bse C1 rnnr' S,:3rr Liiwvff Asssxfr Pvferoarce Cnsc-cr: Frarces Giamwcra Vicr F"es'ue"' aaulire Ke we Ye cease" Gwer Kreme' 3 Af- Ves- oer'g Doris R.. e Rescued Sealed: Eua Jra' Frccase C'a"na' 1: Deanna' cr' Berfce Tfrer C'3i"'E' :4 SQ TI' irc ar: Grcirgs' Miss Bfcmfi Dee' cf G 's' Flor.-H5 ,ares Prf-'1f"' lrfrf- C'ss: Se:re'a'. "mis 'H' 'si' re Sa'ce's Sncrvar. 1' E"e".3 'New' Marin- r-QMS Asss'a" Yi L"Ci'1','. Dear l-lerby, Enclosed are a couple of piclures of our Boys' Federalion and Girls' League Qilicers for lliis year. Yes, rlnis group and ilwe sluclenl body council really makes rliings lwum around liere. Nol a bad loolcing lol, eln? Tlie girls lwad llieir picnic al Caslle Roclc lasl fall and we're preparing for ours now. Will Jrlwey be iealousf l liave my swimming suil and ealing u+ensils lying in wail. In lwasle, T. B. 33 sang' in ACTIVITIES ,gg 5 Torch and Scroll Adviser: lvliss Couchman Dear John, I have a per aversion lo being called "brainsrorm," so don? call me rhar any more. Aller all, a fellow can'r help ir il he's smarl, can he? And he shouldn'l be apologeric aboul il-so l won"r be. Why don'r you lry ro gel in Torch and Scroll? The scholarship require- menrs are nor difificulr. You musr have al leasr eighly poinrs lor all Jrhe school year. An A average in a subiecr lor a semesrer gives lilreen poinrsy a B average, IO: and a C average, norhing. So, you see, any normally inlelli- genr person can make ir. There are cirizenship reguiremenrs, loo. Thar is, you musl obey laws, co-operare wirh your leachers and fellow sludenrs, and conlribule lo class work and srudenl acrivilies. These lasl reguiremenls are new and more salislaclory because a lasr-minure rush for acriviry poinls is avoided. This year we earned money lor 'rhe scholarship fund by selling candy ar baslcelball games. and we managed 'rhe annual sale ol losl and found arri- cles. licrly-seven members are gradualing This year. Why nor ioin us? Sincerely yours, PETER O Sword and Bauble Presidenf, Norine Sanders Adviser, lrma Bromley Dear Foollighls, Qnce again we sludenls of Jrhe drama wish lo Thank you for adding brighrness and glamor To our ellorls. We have had a good lime logelher. Our plays would have been dull and slupid if you and a hosl of olhers had nor worked unceasingly vvilh us. We are lhinlcing of musicians, ol arf sfudenls, ol elecfricians, of builders, of Jriclcel sellers, of coslumers and of malce-up arlisfs. To all ol lhem our everlasling gralilude. l-lappy plays ahead, dear Foolrlighls. Will you blinlc a greeling for us lo Big and Lirlle Spo+ligh+s7 Excuse us now, for we musl remove fhe grease painl and our lhe slage in order. Love lo you in greal abundance from, The Play Direclors and All lhe Shining Srars of Players' Club and Sword and Bauble Players' Club President Dorolhy Brighl Aclviser, Elena Barllell 5 if for-1 N H Our Town 1 f,,,,.,, V5 3, 'AV 'K' CRAP'-CTEQE .., 'VP "L" M vw ws i '35 ' 'Q JC ICC 3 EE? LE CQOWE., HCWEE 'fag Q ggi rfif XA ,VD ,, VJ, vv LQ, QEOPGE G ESS ZEEECCP 6133 .'. fxkkv WEB: EVNLY VJEBE TDQV X,','11YLAr7fW - 1 V ., LAWRENCE .NM EDWFUDS COWNIE R,YS ,ACK GELHALJS EARBARA SCRENSON PEGGY V-JQLL CARNAN SOUQAN NCR NE SANCERS NWALTEQ VVVATEE RCBERTA JQNES HQ., KCLCYCJSYS S If C2 ' uf, .MEM A an' c ,J--, f,A,Lf.Q: x'.C+.'A'. w EA,CC'.f CAME XM-"E ECN DCJGAN LAMGEM NE RADLE' WARREN HA! LANL BAREARA vgE1'w'E CCNSTAELE Nm A,RREf. R Cr-MRC PE" JO-'J SCFOMELL MN. wr. A JL!QP'1.,'J LACE QN SOX SMCNSTNNSCN MRS, SO+'-MES STAVXQEY S,,L. VAN .CE STOQDARC ZH Ui CJ-F-f DRECTOP M155 NRMA BROMLEV ASS ETP?-' DWRECTCG V SS ELEWA BARRETT Zan- J if xx? Wh wg? f' if fa-I w "1'55Lvi- ff ,J-5 T I . 25.5 ' 3 , . - 5 un' dm'?? 'Z I . , ,gf X Melody Makers Dear Peggy, NVhaT Tun lvlr. Brubeck's classes musT have-noThing buT music and song all The day long. IT only l could carry a Tune, l'd Try ouT Tor The chorus. ThaT's The chorus picTure down aT The boTTom over There. You should have heard Them sing aT The ChrisTmas program, and The Music FesTival on April 5. Someone said The TesTival was The TirsT program oT iTs kind Diablo's had. And wouldn'T you be proud To be a member oT The band and wear one oT Those aTTracTive uniTorms? The band backs up The rooTing secTion aT aThleTic evenTs and eiTher band or orchesTra perTorms aT nearly every school TuncTion. People can'T seem To do wiThouT music, and who'd wanT To? The more we geT The beTTer we like iT. l menTioned The orchesTra. They cerTainly deserve a loT oT crediT, Tor Their pracTicing musT all be done ouT oT school Time and They really sound "Swell," Yours Tor more and more music, Bob Q.-The man who plays The drum PS. Mr. Brubeck says, "Please, God, send me some clarineTs and 'ClarinuTs'." NoTe: A "clarinuT" is a sTudenT who plays a clarineT. Ao QP' l G f 5 X if 5 2 Wm-If 5. H gg, Qi 'V New pr F 1 1' fg X . ,P M S .L. ..L.. l-lello, Folks, Well, The book is done. The sTaTT and l sincerely hope iT will always be a pleasanT reminder oT The "good old days" aT Diablo. Those oT us who are graduaTing, as well as Those who will aTTend Acalanes High nexT year, have whaT we Tondly believe is a real annual To remember our lasT year wiTh The "Red Devils." Possibly, in The noT Too disTanT TuTure, Diablo and Acalanes will be aThleTic rivals. If so, This rivalry will be noThing buT Triendly, Tor we cannoT easily TorgeT The days when we rocked The old gym wiTh The drum yell, and were pulling Tor The red clad Team down There on The Tloor. LeT This book be a reminder oT Those days, and leT iT keep The rivalry aT all Times Triendly. IT has been Tun geTTing ouT The book and l'd like To Thank our advisers, Miss Sc:haChT, Mrs. Dewey, and Miss Sharp, Tor keeping us on The sTraighT and narrow paTh in The maTTer oT Tinances and common sense. Our yearbook could never have become This preTTy, perTec:T Thing wiTh- ouT our paTienT phoTographer. Mr. Collins: Mr. MeTcalT, who guides The engraving, and Mr. Knapp, who Tells us abouT covers and how many words we can puT on a page. Qur Thanks go, Too, To any Teachers whom we have inconvenienced, and To sTudenTs who have relucTanTlyl?l given oT Their class Time in order Thar They mighT be phoTographed. And so l Take my leave oT Diablo, hoping we all may, in parT aT leasT, measure up To The sTandards seT Tor us by Those parenTs To whom we dedi- c:aTe This book. . I really mean iT, Tom Dowd 42 The Diablo Staff TOM DOWC ED 'CE ROBERT BARBER HELEN '-TARNON RUBY AMTLLATEGJ RCDNEY NESTFAEL. DCR S RUYLE JTM EDWARDS GLENN ERTCKSON ASSSTANT EDTTORS Jlw' TREADNNAY , ART EDTTOR RAL54-T RICHARDSON ,. ASSISTANT AR' EDTTOR EETTE VOVCE BUSTNESS MANAGER A,-EN EF?-IRATM ASS STANT ELSNESS MANAGER BERN CE TURNER SALES MANAGER GERTRUDE GANDERA LOTS GRAEELMAN TYPNSTS BOB OSBORNE PSBLIC TY BOB THOMPSON, WALLACE JACKSON SNAPSHCT EDTTORS MTSS SCT-TACHT MRS, DEWEY MTSS SHARE ADWSERS BETTY LEE COLLTNS AOBERT AZEVEDC ELOFENCE Mf'4EAN ECEFREY WOULD GEPTRSDE SANDEFA MARTELLEN MCCOMBS SA-ES STAFF Top Row: BCE TH" DS S ff' E":rsz' Hee' Hanrcf A ff Epnei' Middle Row: RUE. AW f 1. Pune" Bare' Rzfzrff, Nes"a Pa QE R?:Ee' s Boffom Row: Bc: C -N' W 'e Jacfsf' Be" :ff Tufeh Jenex Ecwarze 5 n 0 4 "7 .Q J,-.9 ATHLETICS W F i J! xx i lv, .ll 1.-l 5 J ' f ,,X X I N X x x Top Row: Bill Berry, Jerry Whittaker, Charles Davis, Bob Haines, Jack Wakeman, Melvin Jory,Vincen1Gra1iano, Dave Lawrence, Ed Palmer, Donald Dougan, Pefer Giammona, Coach Kramer. Middle Row: Lloyd Barber, AI De Martini, Bob Lehfo, Marshall De Bisschop, Vincent Hook, Jim Edwards, Ed Allen, Ed Gloifelfy, Roger Harding, Jim Matheson Pefer Kolokousis, Elmer Forbes, Delbert Dequine, Morris Davies. Boffom Row: James Treadway, Bill Kolokousis, Louis Dewinq, Sfanley Sullivan, Bob Ridge, Bill Lynch lCap?ainl Lyman Giasgow, Dade Skinner, Bill Freifas, Oscar Johnson, Jim Ferrier, Clifford Fahy. Dear Gus, Our coach, Pele Kramer, lurned oui anolher winning ioolball ieam lhis year. ll wasn'+ as slrong as lasi year's leam, due lo a line which was lighl in spois, buf +hey slill finished on lop of 'rhe league. The backiield was as good as, or belier lhan, any in The couniy. The besi baclcfield man was, by far, Lyman lBeansl Glasgow, leil' half, and boy, you should have seen him run! Bill Freiias, a lhree year veieran, was back af 'fullback and Slanley Sullivan called signals. Bill Kololcousis and speedy Cliff lBuck Shawl Fahy aliernaied al righl' half. The besi lineman was Capiain Bill Lynch, who again held a iirsl slring guard posilion. The oiher oulslanding linemen were James Treadway and Ed Glollelly, endsgOscarJohnson and Marshall llvlonkl De Bisschop, iacklesg AI De Marlini, guard: and Vincenl' l-look. cenler. Allhough some oi our prospecls will be going lo Acalanes nexl year, I Think ihere will be enough maierial lefi +0 insure anolrher winning Diablo. Team. I hope so. So-long, Gus, P. W. 46 VARSITY SCORES Diablo Opp. RICHMOND af DlABLO , I2 6 HAYWARD al DlABLO.. . 6 'J PIEDMONT al DlABLO O l? JOHN SWETT a+ DIABLO l4 6 PITTSBURG al' PITTSBURGH O 6 JOHN SWETT af CROCKETT I9 6 ALHAMBRA ar MARTINEZ lcanceleol PWTSBURG al DIABLO, ,,.., l2 O ALHAMBRA al DIABLO ., 6 6 Dear Oswald. Jusl' a few words aboul our Junior Varsily. We had a record lurnoul for lhe Jayvees lhis year and rhey received plenly of experience for nexr year's varsily. There were quilre a few brighl spols in rhe line-up. Horace Hoover, Jerry Lombardi, and Vernon Baela were oulslanding in 'rhe back- lield, and Bob Walker and Ed Allen cerlainly "held lhal line." I have +o do my homework, so goodbye for now. Wrire soon, P. E. Top Row: Dave Furukawa, Godfrey Mould, Carl Abraham, Edwin Paillassou, Raloh Corder, Leroy Benedicl, Jack Irnhoff, Ray Morford, Charles Tinsfrnan, Bernace Williams, Emerson Nunes, Ralph Green, Jimmy Wisman. Second Row: Coach Williams, Leonard Bussey, John Monday, Bob Piedmonfe, Leroy Gomes, Bob Walker, Joe Johnson, Don Huovenin, Paul Meier, Bob Borden, George Taliaferro, Eugene Schneider, Delbert Heckrnan. Third Row: Lloyd Barber, Frank Whaley, Dick Olsen, Frank Snedeker, Louis Johnson, Bob McMullen, Jim Cline, Gilberf Hickman, Horace Hoover, Bob Walker, Elron Wiles, Dick Hinkson. Botfom Row: Daryl Tupper, Robert Belarde, Carmen Dougan, Jerry Lombardi, John Plessman, John Kolokousis, Bill Goff, Vaughn Barrus, Bob Levada, Vernon Baefa, Richard Hardy, V 9 4 'W If A1 W 1 .1 Hz A' 'nil C., ' ,Q ,, QQ -Qgnw. ,, :A l Q "-. ,fa- 3,151 as an Q ,Mm fag, 5, O 36 'WT f 'sv' 3-raunw MMAU' H ffvk , 3, .,. f- 5""' mfs, 401,-4' v. -Aww! aw Nagin' fix vp- tv ,., 084 ' fam. 'slr .3 1'r?f?l sr 11? 1- . var gg, 0 HPV -, WW.. M WMQWA' N hs' .f...L...,,.lgQ, . v , f I 4 -1 x VARSITY Top Row: E. GIoffeIfy, J, McKinnon, R. Harding, L. Guerisoli, D. Houvenin, Coach WiIIiarrs. Middle Row: M. Mar'IineZ K. Maffson, R. Borden, D. Douqan, D. Lawrence, W. I-IaviIand. Boffom Row: G. Ericwsor, O. Dequine, J. Miles R. Cooper, W. KoIokousis. "B" TEAM Top Row: L. Srnifn IMqr,i, T. Lobo, R. Morford, R. G-Peen, V. Baefa. Middle Row: K. Kenagaki, E. Burror, E. Pai? Iassou, E. Pefersor-, E, Mondo, Boffom Row: R, BeoeI, P. CIark, J. McKinnon, R. Biefz, D. Carscacden. "C" TEAM Top Row: E. Fowana W. BaIIenqer, N. Dahiir, N. Mavscn W. Reed, G. Manior-, J. Levake, J. Nome, J. Machaco B. Wafsori, E. Eigarc J, Teaqarden. Middle Row: J. Cereqhino, C. DanieIson, T. HZII, M. Yamashifa, 6, Timori W. Carlson, D, McKirnor, T. Pierson, R. Levada, R. Anna, J. Maqqio, R. Ginochio. Boifon Row: J. Ehara, B. Govt C. Candiovvi, J. Ccover, J. Smith, V. GuerisoIi, D. Skinner, L, CoIer'nan, J, Peckham, E. Miies. SCORES VARSITY EG. F.T. T.P, L. GuerisOIi, E 20 IO 50 J. McKinnon, F . . 20 4 44 K. Mafison. C . I5 9 39 J. NIIIBS, 6 I7 IO 44 W. KoIoIrousis, G . I 6 9 'BW TEAM EG. ET, T.P. T. Lobo. E I2 4 28 P. CIarIc, E 8 3 I9 J. McKinnon, C I3 2 28 R.Bie-11.6. 9 3 2I R. Green. G 9 6 24 C TEAM FG. ET, T.P. V. Gvuerisoii. E I9 4 42 J. EIiara, F 9 : YI J. Coover, C 6 C I2 J. Smith C . . 4 4 I2 E. IVIi'eS, G1 . 4 3 II C, Candiofli, G 3 9 9 5 I i '20, . 1 -,,, ill 6: , 9, gg , , 3' , ,W Q EW' ,i-.- Qu' 3' X - f 'fi 2 l ' ' WIP' sw l ! , , I , fi Q fl 5 1 ' J wg- is ss.. ? is ,Qi - is if ,i ,, V , iw Y . , 4 ! x 3 ' - 3 A " I1 . A, .-...L ,Q:n-- . , . L LL-. e c T p R F rrier lManagerl, Dick McKinnon, Caldera, Candiolli, Marques, Regan Marines, Haines, Hickrn , Eg d G iano, Palmer lManageri. Middle Row: Malsuda, Fany, Navarfrfe, Lobo, R buano, Cline, .lack M - K fman, Mafheron, L k H dy B fl Row: Ste lv"l F k J' M " Sk' L li I. afreson, Massone, Guerisoli, M Dear Joe, You asked me aboul our baseball leam. Well, we losl mosl of llwe games, lliey say, because 'rlie pilclriing slall was prelly green and inexperienced. Sleers and Malsuda, along willn our lwo soullwpaws, Faria and Miller, were 'flue besl of llie lwurlers and all buf Faria will relurn nexl year, lorlunalely. Bill Lyncli played lirsl' again and Jack McKinnon inlieriled second base from his brollwer Bill, who played il' lasl year. Imagine a Team willioul a McKinnon! Dade Skinner was regular lliird-baseman again and Cliff Falny lllie "speed burnernl made lirsl-slring sliorlslop lwis lirsl year ouli Jimmy Mallieson, Jolinny Miles, Jim McKinnon and Guido Massone were llie regular oulfielders, and ol course Louie Guerisoli was number one calclwer again. l-le liad l'wo good subslilules, lliougli, in Frank Nava- relle and Dave "load" Furukawa. We slnould have a miglily good leam nexl year, as mosf of llwis year's are undergraduales.Wisl1 us luck! Your pal, J. P. 52 E392 if?-V I Q- ., if il TRACK GROUP-Top Row: Manion, Eiqard, Baela, Sanqrnaslsr, J, Kolokcusis, Ehara, Anufa, Karniechi Nilasaka, Coach Kramer, Second Row: Mclnlyfe IManaqerJ, Manos, W. Kolokousis, Fahy, Morford, Douqan, P, Kolokousis, Lorenzefri, Rusconi, Ikeda, Mahler IManaqerI.Third Row: Erickson, Ravesa, Griflin, Bussey, I-iuovenin, Edwards Lawrence, Palmer, Monfenari, Nelson, Anderson, Carrion. Boflom Row: Carlson, McDonald, Talialerro, Ridge, Turner Dequine, Vanni, Starr, Levada. TRACK ACTION-Jim Edwards, Carmen Douqan, David Lawrence and Paul Frills, MiddIe'Disfance Runners. TENNIS ACTION-David Crosefr serving. TENNIS GROUP-Top Row: Whittaker, Smilh, Dougan IPlayer-Managerl, Jackson, Cooper, Kolokousis. Bofiom Row: Chaddock, Reed, Croseff, Johnson, Budd, Coleman. I-li Sam, Sorry Io hear you're laid up for lhe 'rraclc season. I iusf gol home from a Iraclc rneel and am l ever exciledl Many of The fellows were new To lraclc Ihis year, you lcnow, buf Coach Kramer has whipped lhem info fine shape and a winning leam. Our 'rennis learn is having a prelry fair season. loo. We Ios'r a few early season rnalches lo Piedmonl, I-layward, and Alameda, bul we gol revenge by Irouncing Anrioch and Croclcell. 5O-IOngI Sam' G. E. 53 2, I 4--asv -X i ss es" er ram-er resiaer' of GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL F"5 AM A Mlym D R Sezfefarvi Payne Keirne Yeli Leader' G " Kra Pfnsr'-er" Ma'r'e HHN-es ASS'SYan9 YP' L93 Dear Anne, You aslced whal we do in G.f'X.f'X.-and I could reply, "Ch, almosl every- lhing," bul lhal would be ralher vague and slighlly exaggeraled. All lhis year we have been having lhe mosl lun in our aclivilies. The Quadrangular Playday wilh lhe Brenlwood, Anlioch, and Pillsburg high schools was held al Diablo lhis year. There was a l-loclcey Playday al Mills College and a Sporls Day al lhe Universily ol Calilornia. One allernoon fhis spring we inviled girls lrom Pillsburg lo come over and play badminlon wilh us. Bolh in lhe lall and spring, we have had gel-logelhers wilh any lacully members who lell alhlelically inclined. ll is good lo see lhem slam- ming lhe bird over lhe nel or missing a lew baslcels inslead ol lhinlcing ol some homeworlc lo give us. Besides providing lun and an inleresl in sporls, lhe G.A.A. does a lol lor lhe girls. The exercise promoles heallh. The G.A.A. ilsell creales an inleresl in aclivilies lhal malces lhe school seem more lhan iusl a place lo sil on hard seals live hours a day and absorb lcnowledge. Il helps malce good cilizens oul ol lhe girls, even if lhey don'l manage lo earn mem- bership in lhe associalion. Well, Anne, I have a lennis game lo play now, so l musl slop. Wish me luclc. As ever, Judilh 55 9 ,1 W 'Wham ,,,.,.4' My 69214 -ww Af, 'VX FN I -Q11 C Sbxrn. 11- 'ni FEATURES HIGHLIGHTS OE MY DIARY SEPTEMBER School opens IT us a Ernday The new sensors Try Thenr wnngs Ereshnes are scared sTrTT InITnaTuon JusT a IITTle Too much enThusuasm Duablo s IasT EzrsT EooTball Game pracTuce Ruchmond aT Con cord I2 6 Dlablo s Tavor oT course EursT Issue oT The Drablo News BesT yeTI OCTOBER Girls League Pacnnc Mr Perry coolced The sTealcs Mlss Bromley gITTerbugged and everyone swam Freshman Erollc A Bad Luclq Dance' lm IusT a hep caTa hollerun cigars The Eollnes and The Gayway Very edu caT1onal EnrsT STudenT Body MeeTung Mr Hook malces a swell prexy Alhambra Game canceled A blaclc marlc on our record buT we learned a lesson EarsT ReporT Cards No more shows on school nIghTs Tor us NOVEMBER 2 Julian Oliver sang Tor a very saTIsTIed auduence Hus personaluTy and volce were boTh very charm IH Play The Man In The Bowler HaT The Players Club gave IT The audnence ns noT sure even now whaT1TIs all abouT Alhambra Game aT Concord Score was 6 6 MosT excITlng game oT The season Press Convenhon aT U C Mr Barber and several sTudenTs1nTeresTed1nIournallsm aTTended S P f 'Q T3 c R I!-ig, SEPT 'EEK Q3 5spT 5-171 wifi' 22 24 Thanlrsguvung Holndaysl I always eaT Too much - ulllun ELS f,f0' X .SE T lx I g I. . ' ' . ' 5 T -. . .1 . . . T Q K XXNR IQ. ' 7 ' . . - ,EE . , . . - I 5. D . . U , - '5 E 13. ' . . ' ' fl ' T :- - . L- - A . ez:- I7. E'xposiTion Day.. WenT To The Pair. Colce and 4 20. A ' . . 27. . I . I9 ' . ' 2 29. . 'IT- - 6 ' C' . . . . . I-TPA . qi if 8. -" ' 2 A T h - ocrv ID. , . - . . . lll w I4. ' . . . I 1 57' ff . . . . ' -c if - . ' ' ' . I I- X -A A.: TPS XMAS EER pRof:RhP'l X Q iiliigi :S I 59 A Xl' S, x.! HAIL HY Z6 I-IEE ? W' QQFK X X O wx DECEMBER S S S Dsablo I-Iop All aboard Ior one swell dance wu'rh MeruIyn Merle and her Qrcheslrra Two hne plays were gnven for Ihe Cheer Iund The Choral made a very successful debur Chrusrmas Vacahon When I gol my new Iype wrufer so I could Improve my grades Enve Dsablans were on Professor Puzzlewuf s ro gram Barbara Sorenson won and Ihen drdnf Icnow whal Io do wnfh The ren dollars JANUARY 5 Fnrsl BasIceIbaII Game Whar a Ihrallerl Played overhme Io wln 27 25 agalnslr PrI'Jrs 24 Semcsler ends Was I gonng To coIIege7 FEBRUARY 5 9 Semor pncfures The boys wnrh 'rheur hanr combed an hes and everylrhnng Junnor Prom Valenhnes and Bull Lacy s orcheslra 0 Brass Choir Fine muslc from Ihaf San Jose Slrare organnzahon Including a selechon wruH'en by a Iormer Diablo sfudenr Cross Counfry Run Griffin wuns close hnlsh IVIARCI-I I5 25 Easfer Vacahon When we gor old fashioned a+IacIc of sprung Iever and polson oak And found our Ihere :sn I any EasIer Bunny aII'er all APRIL I2 Varne'ryShow Musncalgueshons prrzes an every Ihnng 26 Open I-louse When parenfs and Ieachers com pare nofes on Ihe pore lnnocenr sludenf IVIAY I7 The selrhng of Ihe play Our Town remanded us of Concord I+ was a greaf success 28 Boys Pucnuc They Iusr wouldnr seII hclcefs Io gnrs JUNE Sensor BaII Lovely gurls dashung young men very special occasion Graduahon Where each Ialher hopes hrs son wnII be presadenr Mary Jo Kung 40 EC.I5 Q c z 8. . t . f ,S 2 I I H 1-:ig I5. ' ' . I - ga- ' . QE, AL 5 31. ' ' -- np D- 5 Lf I ' I I se. v' D . D I - 4,4 I A I - . . . 6 . f ' ' ' -. S -5 A r?j:..- lg 55- I6. ' . ' ' ' . lm . . I. . . . Asou- Q QI. - . . . - .. U Il I n I I ' I HKS ., IIIIII as ,- ,- 2 I . ' I :ses ' - AY , ' 5 -n N ,L 'Hunk ' . . . i . . , ,Q - U It I. ' . ' , ' . a E "' g -:Ii Q I3. ' . ' Q, xx X-' - ? , ix it El 1 'L UP x J a a n al In a oudp ere v exa p edo more Tocna dl? or J fsafs a r oo To Bu Rem Avcsm M ers a o h V esT VJIS c 1 Hrr V MY FIRST FIPIEND AMQN6 BUCKS The back cover hung on on y a Tew Threads The pages wer Tor ard blurred In many places Tne oook was anclenT and had The pleasah cdor pecullar To old books In spuTe oT lTs decreplT appearance IT was packed Tull oT a charm ThaT chnldren cannoT reslsT The name oT The book was lllusTraTed Buble STorues oT The Qld TesTa menT Maybe :T was The lIlusTraTlons showlng baTTIes and all kinds oT advenTure whnch made me love The book WhaTever IT was IT caused my moTher many an hour s loss oT sleep as I unsnsTed ThaT she read several chap Ters aloud To me every nlghT In :Ts pages could be Tound everyThnng oT rnTeresT To a small boy s Tancy Thlngs ThaT were borlng In regular Bmbles Took on a glamour ThaT would dazzle The eye oT any heaThen My TreguenT reTerences To Thus Tune old book gave me a Talrly Thorough knowledge of The Qld TesTamenT IT was always a source oT wonder To my Sunday school Teacher ThaT I knew The sTorles so well yeT used nearly every precious mlnuTe oT class Tame dlscussxng The problems oT a bug game hunTer or SaTurday mghT s show I would like To know The man who compuled ThaT book IT our up To The mlnuTe auThors oT TexT books could acguure has manner oT presenTaTuony maybe sTudenTs would wlllungly sTudy a whole hour longer each nlghT Rodney WesTTaIl 64 We r S Ily, No a nu I mucf less TeaTure secT'on I le 'lah Tn, ,I v.lThouT a Te. nn les oT our besT 'n The ff T'TeraTu'o. We vfsh .f.e had roorr Tcr I n o lex are pc" Seniors ana 'self essays are afvfpesl Ms? Sfomlel T Tc: how IT sneuo be oone. Hope ,Cu Ile em. Vlfe have lncluoed also whaT TI'e sTaTT wlfn Mr. Barbef s relp consloers The besT eoiTorEfls, ToaTure and lews sTor?es Q5 're Ano here The horers 'll fm I f me y ,fn lSl,lr o,' Vcloo. J 4' I B ' n- s Tcr C Hr My acaT3c" 1 I ' by I I F G , ' . ' I ' ' ' 4 . , y - . . I NA XAEQ lS HERE lwarrnoa, 3 cafoo 3 oc u ouncis ln nrna f n e s an scvalclwes n uff' ff Jra 1 du vc llle a c u opp f f' rr nucre oacc cs l TF rnolal J LM +r 4 4 refer l C llwelfundof c ua esm ccoreoofnano ael wca a f onsfloull D 'f nu+a eenelc :lr sl. rfcmnclcl wn romrlsl sad eyeol moru c u c 3 loof OlC1lSdciIV1 aro amp es oc' searclm ol olne spor None lo be Found A rooln lwlflers clweerlully IU llwe apple lree The og decades lle ooesn we foplns muclw less clweerlul ones l-le llaslwes llw oxro a loolc ol uller ea la 9 and relnes lo llw srade ol llwe porc re on llwe porcn ls 3 was oall l-le regal s 1+ solemnly lor a Mme l-le plclcs ul up ln lus moullw ancl drops nl experlmenlally ll bounces Brrqlwl emnq sofnewllal lwe passes al ll wullw an awlcwarcl paw causing ll lo roll be yoncl lus reacln Hls mr n cnc more becomes colelul as lwe concluoes ll n n l wanl lo play w llw lne oal anyway Crue lasl searclfunq loor reveals nolluno lo clo so he resugns lumsell 'ro a nap ln llue slwade only walcnnq lo blunk sleepuly al llwe paper boy malcung lwus rouncls a few lwours laler Tlwe lazy so II has sel ln Summer us lwere Tom Dowcl 65 SU: l l Fl l r If lvl' ,. 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LET S STAT' GROWN UP By Bull Regan STudenT behavror aT Drablo has been The ouTsTanoung TacTor ThaT has placed us aT The Top so Tar as crhzenshrp rs concerned MT D ab o Unron lalroh School sTudenTs have always been noTed Tor The r courTeous conducT noT only IU aTh e cs buT also whenever Dlablo has had a represenTaTuon aT any publ c Tunchor o whe ever The sTuoenT bodx has had any occasuon To mee I-Iowever a serv oT uno easanT occurrences has casT deTlnlTely unTavorable llgh upon nc-T only The sTudenTs buT The TaculTy and The whole school as well Near borsTerous conducT aT The Chr1sTmas plays ID The Torm oT unnecessary Talklng gngglrng and even laughTer aT The wrong Tlmes combuned To gave The publlc a d sTorTed Idea oT our real conducT Then agaun aT The lasT sTudenT body meeTung whale The general behavror was good a cerTaun group ThoughT IT more dushnchve To provude The enTerTaunmenT Them selves Than To be poluTe enough To lnsTen To The program provuded l.aTer The unTorTunaTe accvdenT an whnch Three glrls were vnlured drew TorTh much uncalled Tor commenT on The manner an whlch our sTudenTs drlve around school And sT ll agarn The problem OT sTeal :ng ThaT has arisen has guven The school unTaJorable and undeserved pubIlcuTy Here again all suTTer because oT The mlsdeeds oT a Tew Some oT us are becoming so Ill mannered Thar one oT our TaIenTed alumni reTuseo To appear In a sTudenT body meeTmg Tearnng The wrong response SomeThung musT be done abouT These pernls To our repuTaT:on WhaT7 IT us up To you and you and you To every sTudenT ID our school To brnng our repuTaTuon up To uTs Tormer peak Everybody knows ThaT Talkung durrng a pcrTormance oT any kind us rude Well Then why Talk7 IT only makes people Thnnk how rowdy and III bred you are IT you would raTher noT go To a meehng arrangemenTs can easily be made To glve you a sTudy perlod As Tor The reckless drnvung around school :T us unTorTunaTe ThaT an accudenT so sernous was required To make sTudenTs reallze The danger oT showrng oTT When we were an The prlmary grades we received a grade Tor deperTmenT Remem ber7 And as we grew older and advanced an school The sublecT was removed Trom our reporl' cards Why7 Because we were growing up we had passed The sTage oT beung good or gonng To The oTT1ce We had become young ladues and genTIemen Now we Tnnd There are a Tew among us who apparenTly haven T grown up who per s1sT In acTung conTrary To The Tradlhons oT Diablo To These a roTe oT warnlng IS bemg sounded STeps wall be Taken They are deTsnuTely belng Taken To make :T so embar rassnng Tor Them ThaT They wlll never agaln repeaT The perTormance IT mnghT be wel' Tor Them To read The wrnhng on The wall beTore IT s Too laTe 66 r I . , I I J . . g ,V , I , 'I ' ' I , r' n f . 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IN RETROSPECT By AlvesTa Myers Wheh I was a luTTIe green Freshman workung on The Duaolo News as adverhsung represenTaTuve I can remember gazufug upon The eduTor and Thunkung hum somewhaT oT a god un a posuTuon unaTTaunabIe by ordunary morTals I can remember Thunkung The eduTors work The mosT desuraole oT all work I never once dreamed ThaT some day I would be eduTor Too Now as I have Tunushed my Terrn as eduTor and look back aT uT u appears more reaIusTuc oT course buT I can beI'Ter apprecuaTe The Tun and The work and The experuence oT beung eduTor I shall never TorgeT uT The workung and Tryung and sTruvung on each ussue know :ng ThaT uT us noT perTecT buT ThaT each one us uusT a luTTle beTTer Than The lasT Truly no nlng rs more unTeresTung As l look back I am saTusTued ThaT I succeeded un doung whaT I seT ouT To do Takung u'uTo accounT The resources avaulable OT course I know ThaT uT us noT The eduTor alone haT makes a good paper he us only a small parT oT The organuzaTuon I honesTIy Thunk I had The besT sTaTT any eduTor ever had And To eacn one oT Them I owe Thanks Tor makung my Term successTul I know Bull us goung To have even more Tun and experuence un hus Term because he wull have The dusTuncTuon oT beung The TursT eduTor un The new oTTuce oT The Duablo News n The Commercual and Socual STudues buuldung And he wull carry on as all eduTors have un The pasT sTruvung To make each ussue a IuTTIe beTTer Than The lasT FREEZING FCOD FANDANGO FEATURE FROLICSOME FEMALES FUNFEST By Shurley Wood Ee uT s coldl Thus was The cry oT many oT The I6O gurls who aTTended The Gur s League Pucn c aT CasTIe Rock Park Thursday aTTernoon ATTer arruvung on Three large buses The gurls ran up and changed To swum suuTs The day wasn T very warm buT ThaT d dn T daunT The waTer lovers Soon The gurls came sTreamung To The pool ready Tor a swum The braver ones duved or lumped un The more careTul ones TesTed uT TursT Well The waTer was uusT plaun Treezungl WhaT Tun uT was To Toss un gurls who uusT haTed cold waTer Funally The oool was Tull Tull oT shuverung goose pumply gurls AT IasT anoTher sT eam oT gurls pa raded back To The dressung rooms Theur plans Tor a swum a buT dampened lay T e Tempera Ture oT The waTer BuT oT course There are always The naTural waTer nymphs who swum un The waTer even uT uT us halT uce Jean Chaddock enTered and won The s vurnmung race Barbara WunTers succeeded un wunnung The duvung conTesT ATTer arrayung Themselves un slacks and shorTs and goung Through The usual prumpung he gur s goT up a game oT baseba I The Greens were managed by MargareTV!1odcll buT They losT To The Reds whose manager was Marge I-lawes The game was made a buT uolluer because oT The TacT ThaT The bases really old sacks kepT blowung all over The e d When The cry oT come and geT uT rang ouT The g rls suddenly perked up and scrambled Tor Theur pIaTes lunung up To oe guven French bread aT IeasT Two unches Thuck poTaTo salad nuce uuucy sTeaks and coTTee When all oT Tnus was eaTen everyone TelT , e s u1Ted so uT was decuded ThaT dancung was uusT The Th ng To do JuTTerbuggun walTzung polkas and uusT plaun dancung muxed on The plaTTorm The TaculTy uuTTerbugged along wuTh The gurls and They really enuoyed Themselves Muss Brom ley and Muss Meyer have uuTTerbuggun down pal' A conTesT was sTaged and Valerue Seely and Ruby Cavagna were Tued wrTh Barbara WunTers and GerTrude Gandera L7 . . . y .. , u - I ' I ,, . . . .L . . 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