Mount Diablo High School - Diablo Yearbook (Concord, CA)
- Class of 1957
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Pages 6 - 7
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DIABLO 57 STAFF
. . Nancy Hanen
Assislani Edilor . . . . lsabel Calanwbay
Business Manager . . Jerry Narberes
. Keillw McKenzie
Donna Van Pell
Subscriplion Manager .
Boys' Sporls Edilor
. Jewell Sanders
. . . Ed Ziclcefoose
. Girls' Sporrs Edilor . . Gean Spessard
Pliolograplwers . . . . Don While
f Dale Pedersen
Clubs' Ediior . . Gayle Meese
Piclure Edilor .... . . . Mary Weisinger
Arr Edilor ............ Abe Garcia
Members . . . Dave Arrnslrong, Don Bo, Trudy Blyllie,
Dick Bolcerelc Bob Carlson, Dave Craig, Gail Duclc-
lworn, Pal Elkins, Pal Erwin, Beverly Fairfield, Darlene
Fulron, Bill l-lubbard, Slieila l-luglwes, Jane Lamson,
Virginia Lawson, Bruce McCl1e-sney, Loyal Miner,
Judy Nelson, Carol Rowney, Gordon Silva, Dave
Slalford, Granl Tod, Dave Tommela, Gail Wheeler.
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LIFE . . . . 95
RECREATICN . . 125
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This is your Diablo '57, On The Tollowing pages you will Tind your pasT school year
recorded. You will relive The rallies, The dances, The assemblies, The TooTball and baslceT-
ball games, and your individual class accomplishmenTs. The milesTones oT The year l956-
T957 are picTuredg The winning oT The baskeTball sporTsmanship Trophy, The arrival oT
our Toreign exchange sTudenT, LiseTTa Gamondi, and The chrisTening oT Danny's Den.
WheTher you are a senior, iunior, sophomore, or ireshman, you have made This school
yearbook possible. You are The people oT Diablo. The accornplishmenTs are whaT you
have done. Your Teachers and sTudenT council-The leaders+have organized The many
acTiviTies Tor your parTicipaTion. And acTive parTicipaTion by a sTudenT body creaTes
life-The spiriT and enThusiasm oT Diablo sTudenTs. And spiriT and enThusiasm make
possible The recreaTion aT Diablo-The encouragemenT oT boys To parTicipaTe in game
sporTs, learning To be good sporTs as well as good aThleTes. And lasT buT noT leasT, There
are The businessmen who sponsor The high school acTiviTies.
Each secTion oT The yearboolc depends upon The oTher. The exTensive parTicipaTion
creaTes a conTinuous cycle-one ThaT will go on Tor years To lceep Diablo among The Top.
To The juniors, The sophomores, and The Treshmen: The Diablo '57 hopes To serve as
a model Tor your annuals in The TuTure.
And To The seniors: The Diablo '57 has been dedicaTed To your inTeresTs and acTiviTies.
May iT serve as a memory oT your Tinal year aT MT. Diablo High School.
Now, journey Through The annual wiTh The Schmoo, The yearboolc mascoT, To again
relive your pasT year.
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For eighT years, we The sTudenTs oT Dialolo, have
had The experT musical guidance oT Mr. James Arnold
Tor The VarsTonians and The Marching Band. l-le has
inspired, enTerTainecl, and broughT recogniTion and
honor To Diablo sTudenTs Through his music. STudenTs
appreciaTe his lcind humor, undersTandinq, and mar-
velous musical know-how.
Since iT is your lasT year here, iT is wiTh pride and
pleasure ThaT The sTaTT memloers oT The Diablo '57
cledicaTe This bool: To you, Mr. James Arnold.
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Sealed before some lrophy wins of
The conducl' of all boys is lhe personal concern
and responsibilily of Mr. Norman Keslner,
assisfanl dean of boysg and Mr. Pele Kramer,
vice-principal and dean of boys.
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Mrs. lrmgard Cox, dean of girls
and vice-principal, is one of lhe
key members of lhe adminislralion.
She has charge of dance bids, lhe
Hosless Club and lhe conducl of all
girls on lhe campus is her special
Ml. Diablo High School is Dr. Ferd
Diel, principal. He brings enlhus-
iasm, underslanding and know-how
lo his adminislralive iob.
As lhe clay ol gradualion from high school approaches, il is well lo
lhink aboul whal lhe lulure will hold lor each member ol lhe class ol
l957. ln each class lhere is lhal lucky lellow4lhe one who will gel all
lhe breaks: lhe person inlo whose lap lhe gods ol chance will drop lhe
choicesl lavors. l-le is lhe lellow who will have lhe luck lo buy lhe lol
where lhe supermarlcel is lo be buill, lo slrike uranium on a rocky quarler
seclion and gel his crops harvesled a day belore lhe hail sweeps all
lhe slanding grain lo lhe ground.
ll has been lold lhal lhe "P" is silenl in lhe word luck, bul il belongs
lhere neverlheless. Cerlainly experience seems lo prove rhis lo be lrue,
lor invesligalion generally lurns up lhe lacl lhal lhe lucky person is lhe
plucky person who burns midnighl oil and lakes deleal aller deleal wilh
ll is an undoubled lrulh lhal il you wanl a "lhing" hard enough and
keep aller il long enough: you will gel il-and nol because ol a lucky
break, bul because ol hard work and slrenglh ol characler. Luck doesn'l
iusl break-il has lo be earned. ll is hoped lhal lhe years spenl in school
will help many ol you lo become lhis lpllucky fellow.
F. Diel, Principal
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Mr. James Denf, superin'rendenT of
schools Tor The MT. Diablo DisTricT,
has broughl' fame and inquiry To our
communify by his able handling of
school needs for The incoming
ln spiTe OT The addiTiOn OT new high schools in OTher secTiOns
OT The school disTricT, lViT. Diablo T-ligh School cOnTinues TO
be The largesT high school in The area.
Four movable classrooms were cOmpleTed This year, and six
more are under cOnsTrucTion in Order TO house The growing
enrOllmenT. Diablans OT The class OT '57 reTurning in TuTure
years will Tind many changes On The campus as we develop The
To be The largesT school in The area is an achievemenT OT
sOrTs, buT TO be The besT is Tar more impOrTanT. GraduaTes OT
MT. Diablo High School can be proud OT The many disTincTiOns
which Diablo sTuclenTs have won in The Tields OT scholarship,
spOrTsmanship, and ciTizenship.
James W. DenT,
Seen monThly in Mr. DenT's office
were The members of The Board of
Trustees. These cilizens were elecTe'l
To The board in order To mainTain
school Dolicy for The enTire MT.
Diablo Unified School DisTricT. Pic-
Tured lefT To riqhf, They are Mr,
Harmon Welsh, SuperinTend'1r'
James DenT, Mr. Oscar Larson, and
Mr. John Lavinder.
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Mr. Harold Hill, assisTanT superinfendenf, is
new To our disTricT This year, buT quickly became
acquainTe'd wiTh our problems and ioys.
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DR. OWEN COOK,
MRS. DORIS LOVERIDGE,
Board of Trusfees
MR. OSCAR LARSEN,
Board of Trustees
MR. JAMES LAVINDER
Board of Trusfees
MR. HARMON WELSH,
MR. ARNOLD BJORK,
Board of Trusrees
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CongraTulaTions To everyone who is lucky enough To graduaTe wiTh The Class oT
'57, IT seemed like yesTerday when we TirsT came To school as Seniors in SepTember,
and now iT's all over. Since ThaT TirsT day oT The school year, and even beTore, we
have anTicipaTed The many acTiviTies and Tun we'd have as Seniors.
We had a TerriTic sTarT Tor our Tun and acTiviTy wiTh Career Day in March. Judi
LamonT and Roger Freeman were The capable chairmen oT ThaT memorable day.
We all goT TogeTher and "dressed up" and Tried To acT a biT more grown up. We
learned oT many poinTs and TacTors Trom inTeresTing speakers aT The occupaTionaI
sessions, ThaT made us Think abouT aTTer graduaTion day.
GraduaTion Day was creeping up TasT. Though iT was sTilI monThs away, we
seemed To have iT in The back oT our minds consTanTIyg because oT ThaT we were
Trying To geT as much as we possibly could Trom every Tun momenT we experienced.
For insTance, we really "gooTed" iT up in The Senior VarieTy Show: ThaT was our
lasT Time we could ever perTorm Tor The resT oT The school as a uniTed class.
"College Capers," under The assisTance of lvlr. I-larold Godchaux, served as a
greaT emoTional ouTleT Tor all oT our penT up Teelings abouT The problems we
would have To Tace aTTer June I4.
The Senior BanqueT came around on April 3. IT was held aT The Diablo CounTry
Club wiTh an impressive Theme OT "Japanese Tea Garden." WiTh Jewell Sanders
as chairman, The Senior BanqueT will remain in our memories as anoTher one oT our
We were Truly underway now, as many more acTiviTies approached our busy
calendar. Barbara Racine was chairman and EdiTh CarIsTon was co-chairman oT
The Senior Ball held lviay 25, and originally Themed "Ondine." This Theme con-
sisTed oT a clever arrangemenT oT a Thrilling underwaTer aTmosphere. lvlay 29
swiTTly broughT abouT The Tun day oT The Senior Picnic. Lindred Jones was The
responsible chairman oT This sunburning and Tood-sTuTTing expediTion.
Ida YamamoTo, chairman of AnnouncemenTs, ambiTiously organized her com-
miTTee early in The spring. The chairman oT The Cap and Gown commiTTee, Carol
Groene, had quiTe a job in geTTing every graduaTe TiTTed wiTh caps and gowns.
Our TalenTed class received many awards. These people you'll Tind picTured on
pages 38 and 39. Besides Tun and conTinuous acTiviTy-we sTuck To our sTudies
Too, by winning awards, so Take a glance aT all our C.S.F. Sealbearers on page
37 along wiTh The Bank oT America award winners.
We have Truly had our share of Tun and enjoyment buT all This could never have
been made possible wiThouT The guidance oT our TacuITy members. Our Senior
Advisers, under The iniTiaTive and progressiveness oT Ivlr. Leslie Dunnells, have
worked and assisTed us in making every momenT oT our lasT Term aT Diablo a success.
As presidenT oT The Senior Class, I wanT To express our sinceresT graTiTude and
Thanks Tor every wonderful person who has assisTed us in senior doings. I also wanT
To say ThaT The whole class will surely Tind real pleasure in looking back To The
Yours very Truly,
SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD
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Head Yell Leader-
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Head Song Leader
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CAMERA SHY SENIORS
These seniors doh'+ seem loo shy of lhe camera lhus way bul The so called Camera
shy seniors are:
MARY LOU KELLY
I, We Three, plus one, glare into the camera
for a cheesecake during their song routine for
"College Capers." The golden lhroated voices
that cheered everyone were Billy Dave, Don
2, "Poor-a-bash-ful-a-Marv Anne-" sipping d
"soda," Gary portrays the shy, withdrawn type
girl that sometimes wanders into old Scrubb's
place where all the M.O,P.U. qanq uw-illv Q095-
3. "ln a honlry-lonk. down in Mexico-." Al and
Gary practically bring the house down with
their crazy antics with a Mexican flavor.
4. "-The Senior girls have the dateless blues.
, , flow these words from the Dil-li Society
gang in their clever Bermuda-clad act at old
5. The dungaree dolls of the "Levi Lullaby"
routine are caught in the midst of a happy.
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Did you seniors feel you were in an Oriental wonderland when you
walked into the Diablo Country Club the night of our Senior
Banquet? The theme ot the semiformal affair was "Japanese Tea
Garden" and the committee decorated the Country Club accord-
ingly. Members responsible for the event are FRONT ROW, left
to right: Pat Erwin, Ginny Cordero, Jewell Sanders, chairman, Jean
Raviglione, JoAnn Muegel. BACK ROW: Robin Kling, Jo Ann
Butler, Martin Allan, Bob Hedges, Jett Moore, Pam Stremel.
Many seniors were sunburned, and many sported a sun tan, but all
had fun at the Senior Picnic held at Turtle Rock, May 29. These
steering committee members made sure that all seniors had
transportation and that they had plenty to eat! Members of the
Senior Picnic Committee are FRONT ROW, left to right: Billie
Garrett, Jane Lamson, Lynn Jones, chairman, Saundra Nelson, Alice
Flori. SECOND ROW: Mary Beth Laurence, Sharon Abbott, Dick
Kitowski, Pat Hansen.
"Ondine," theme of this year's Senior Ball was cleverly developed
and beautifully decorated under the leadership of the Senior Ball
Steering Committee. For many months this group worked hard to
make the Senior Ball the true success it was. Each senior will fondly
remember the dancing, the supper, and the entertainment that
added up tor enjoyment for all. Members are FRONT ROW, left
to right: Dianne Evans, Ann Bahls, Edith Carlston, co-chairman,
Barbara Racine, chairman, June Garlick, Ruth Larsen. SECOND
ROW: Gail Duckhorn, Bruce McChesney, Warren Moore, Steve
Bordi, Elaine Campuzano.
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Packed full of fun, entertainment, and talent was the Senior Variety
Show, "College Capers." Each committee member took his duties
seriously, and after a two-night run, the class had earned enough
money to sponsor the remaining senior activities. Members of the
steering committee are FRONT ROW, left to right: Cathy Kelley,
Trudy Blythe, Berta Keeble, co-chairman, Nancy ltanen, chairman,
Nancy Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Verle Sidwell, Abe Garcia, Dave
Stafford, Joyce Cox, Rosalie Johnson, Sue Sweeney, Shefla Bradley.
Every senior walked down the aisle in grand style thanks to the
efforts of the Cap and Gown Committee. They measured each
senior individually, assigned the caps and gowns, and collected
the rental fee. Members are FRONT ROW, left to right: JoDee
Sobotka, Carol Groene, chairman, Nancie Brotsch, Arelene Moore.
BACK ROW: Ann Rutherford, Art Williams, Bob Carlson, Phyllis
Williams, Hope Siino, Barbara Grice.
Each senior had his own special announcement at graduation time
thanks to the eftorts of the Senior Announcement Committee:
Orders were taken in the spring, and a few monthg lafe,-I ,he
seniors were busy exchanging cards. Members of the Commiiffee
are FRONT ROW, lett to right: Gayle Meese, Carol Clark Ida
Yamamoto, chairman, Judy Nelson, Penny Band. BACK ROW:
Claudia Carzino, Penny Mills, Sally Rose, Bill Hubbard, Charlotte
Quigley, Linda Acree.
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To raise money for lhe Senior Class was ihe iob of ihe Senior Sales
Commiifee. This group sold refreshmenls af our foofball games and
af The end of ihe season, the class added a subsfanfial sum lo ils
treasury. Members of The commillee are FRONT ROW, lefi lo righf:
Barbara Racine, Par Erwin, Lynn Jones, Sue Bordeaux, Saundra Nelson,
Judy Nelson, BACK ROW: Maudie Sfone, Charloffe Quigley, June
Morgan, Al Bolden, Carol Groene, Penny Band, Janelle Spencer, JoDee
Sobofka, Karen Simpson.
Knowing fha? no maffer how sfrong a board if had, The class would noi
function properly wifhouf the supporr of all of its members, The mighty
seniors had also appoinfed a class board which accomplished much.
Supporfed by fhe class as a whole, many seniors other fhan board
members worked on fhe various acfivilies, Represenfing 'lhe seniors
on ihe cabinel' are FRONT ROW, lefi fo righf: Abe Garcia, Isabel
Calambay, Sue Bordeaux, Ted Plumb, SECOND ROW: Lisefia Gamondi,
Don Bo, Dennis Heller, Jim Hayes, Bill Gainer. BACK ROW: JoAnn
Muegel, Dick Ellsworih, Ron Nelson, Bob Williams, Dan Driskell.
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Sfudenls are awarded cerlificafes al' the beginning of fhe spring
semesler for oulsfanding work in fhe maior fields of sfudy af Diablo.
Members of The Bank of America awards are FIRST ROW, lefl 'fo righfz
Pam Sfremel, social sfudiesg Mary Lou Roberfson, foreign language:
Jinx Adams, English. BACK ROW: Kyle Kellogg, induslrial ar-lsg Jim
Towell, science, Judi Lamonl, music, and Jeanne Trevorrow, home
economics. NOT PICTURED: Joyce Cox, business, and Clinf Mclnlosh,
For a Senior lo become a Sealbearer he or she musl have received all
A's and B's six oul of eighl' semeslers. This year's Sealbearers are as
follows: FRONT ROW, lefl' fo righl: Joyce Cox, Gayle Meese, Ida
Yamamofo, Pal' Hansen, Peggy Baker. MIDDLE ROW: Susan Sweeny,
Diane Clark, Nancy lfanen, Jinx Adams, Ann Bahls, Mary Lou Roberf-
son. BACK ROW: Roger Fren-nan, Jim Towell, Sfeve Bordi, Clinl
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For many years, Len Lanfranco has been award-
ed ribbons and certificates tor his outstanding
work in the 4-H organization. Every year he has
been invited to exhibit at the California State
Fair and has appeared as guest speaker for
many 4-H groups. This year Len was awarded
the all-star award, The highest award for 4-H
in the county.
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The Civil Air Patrol organization is important
to our national defense. Realizing his duty as an
American citizen, Dean Lattin became active in
the C.A.P. and served continually for many
months. As a result, he was awarded an all-
expense-paid trip to Texas where he may study
the further possibilities and tunctions of The
Civil Air Patrol.
Each year Diablo produces outstanding athletes in
the various sports programs here. Showing high
skill in both defense and offense playing, Dave
Stafford earned first-string all-county honors for
basketball. Dave was chosen for this position
unanimously bythe league coaches and his ability
placed him second scorer in the D.V.A.L. division.
Ted Plumb won honors tor himself as well as Diablo
when the football coaches of our league chose him
as first-string all-county end this year. His team-
mates voted him captain tor the entire season and
at the annual football banquet, he was awarded
a plaque for the "Most Courageous Player" on the
Learning shorthand is probably one of the mosl
complicated iobs a commercial student can master.
For Two years, students learn and develop their
shorthand symbols to the point where they become
skilled at The subiect. High speed is exceedingly
difficult to reach if accuracy is to be maintained.
However, because of hard work and concentration,
Janelle Spencer has reached a speed of l40 words
per minute. ln I2 years, no student has mastered
such a record at Diablo.
Many essay contests are opened to Diablo students
all year long. An annual essay contest is held con-
cerning the theme "What Chemistry Means to Me."
This year, Gayle Meese earned a S50 bond for
writinq an outstanding paper. Pictured with her is
John Crews who received an industrial arts scholar'
ship of S250 to the college of his choice. John is
the first to receive this award at Diablo. The con-
test a national event, required an essay entitled
"Why l Want to Become an Industrial Arts
Mary Lou Kelly, Transfer sTudenT from Yreka, earned
aTTenTion by scoring highesT of any Diablo senior
girl in Home Economics. The counselors offered
The "BeTTy Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow" TesT
Tor all senior girls inTeresTed. Winning The local
conTesT enTiTles Mary Lou To conTinue To compeTe
with winners from oTher areas.
Jim Towell, excepTional sTudenT in The science field,
has earned many awards because of his abiliTy and
inTeresT in The subiecl. AT The beginning of The
year he was awarded The Bausch and Lomb Science
award for his work in biology and chemisfry. Lafer
inhfhe semesTer, The Bank of America Awards Com-
miTTee gave him a gold cup for his conTribuTion
To maTh and science aT MT. Diablo.
Winning The foreign language cerTificaTe in
The Bank of America conTesT made Mary Lou
RoberTson, Transfer sTudenT from Virginia, eligi-
ble for The Liberal Arfs cup award. Members
of The faculfy chose her because of her unusual
inTeIligence concerning The fufure of Liberal
ArTs in The world of Tomorrow,
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Joyce Cox holds The disTincTion of having The
highesT grade average of The Senior Class, NoT only
has she applied herself To her school subiecTs, buT
also has developed her vocaTional abiliTy as a
secrefary To The degree Thaf she was awarded The
Bank of America cup Tor VocaTional ArTs in high
The Daughfers of American RevoluTion conTesT was
open To all senior girls. The qualificaTions were
To have good citizenship, good grades, and a good
knowledge of UniTed STaTes hisTory and govern-
menT. Girls in The Senior Class and members of The
faculTy chose Pam Sfremel To represei-iT MT. Diablo
as one of The ouTsTanding senior girls in The
Class of '57.
Because of unusual abiliT'y in The field of music
and her applicafion To The arT, Judi LamonT
was awarded The Fine ArTs cup award. For The
pasT four years she has been an excepTionally
TalenTed member of The school orchesTra and
because -of her experience and skill she has
been invlTed To play in The STaTe OrchesTra Tor
The pasT Two years.
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Mr. Gellermann's Civics and Economics
classes had many enlerfaining discus-
sions of high school and personalily
problems as well as the adulf responsi-
bililies fhal musl be accepled afler
Two members of 'lhe Pholo Club gel' on
lhe opposile end of lhe camera lens
of this shol.
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Senior Service confribufes lo The sludenl
body's organizalion and sfudenl gov-
ernmenl wilh sharp, alerl, on-lhe-beam
members as Dick Shel'-field.
Members of The Class of l957 exhibif
lheir prowess for fashion know-how when
they appeared al' school with lha?
slriped lvy League Look!
These Senior boys broughl' baskelball
honors and recognilion lo fheir school
and fheir class for 'their performances
as oufsfanding baskelball players. Dave
Sfafford ended up as second 'lop league
scorer and Teddy Plumb made second
Businesslike atliludes are 'Phe essenlial
faclors 'laughl lo lhese would-be "right
hands" of lhe boss, as 'rhe Secrelarial
Praclice class composed of Senior slen-
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Senior Career Day broughl aboul lhe
firsf aclivily for lhe Class of '57 on
March 8. This speaker explains some
imporlanf faclors of his iob +o a group
of very inferesled seniors al one of fhe
These are 'Phe Teen Timers on Wednes-
day and Tuesday nighls 'rhal many slu-
denls learned of Diablo High Doings
fhrough lhe radio on KECC. They are
from LEFT TO RlGHT: Alice Flori, Jo-
Ann Muegel, Nancy llanen, Ron Ca-
faldo, and Gary Espinosa.
Dil-lo marks 'lhe fhinking of lhese DiHi
seniors as lhey each pose wilh fheir
eounferparls, So, your eyes aren'f re.
ileralingl These are lhe fwins of lhe
Senior Class: from lop lo bollom, The
Crews, Acrees, and Tooles.
Loyal Miner and Jewell Sanders, draped
in caps and gowns, happily grin wifh
Their diplomas in hand. They are 'lypical
of lhe expeclanl oullook of mosl of us
on fhe fhreshold of qraduafion.
Picfured below is lhe Senior Ball sieer-
inq commillee. Members busy lhem-
selves with lhe plans fhal musl be ac-
complished lc make "Ondine," an un-
derwaler wonderland, a dance lo re-
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discuss senior class affairs. They are
Sue Bordeaux, vice-presidenlg Ted
Plumb, president, Izzy Carambay, sec-
Clyde Thompson and Jim Towell an-
nounced all alhlelic evenfs at Diablo
via fhe loudspeaker.
Now who's frying 'lo gel info lhe acl?
Mr. Harold G-odchaux, variefy show
adviser, grabs a quick soda wifh some
of lhe "College Capers" cast
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Bill Gainer iusf can'f resisl gefring his
face righl in fronl of everyone else's!
He displays his familiar smile while
shaking Mr. Lamonr's hand, wifh a
grasp of apprecialion as he receives
the fradilional gold foolball awarded
To each senior of lhe leam.
Sweel grins and sparkling eyes prove
fha? members of the "Pixie Parade" for
lhe Modern Dance Assembly were
chosen with fypecasling in mind,
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With Rosalie Johnson as chairman, Miss
Mumma's leadership class gels direclly
lo ils business which is lo lead Diablo
lo a ff bl
prone e and fun-filled school
Nancy lfanen, yearbook edilor, and
Gayle Meese, Senior piclure edifor,
wafch infenfly as Hal Maison poses
Anila Conley for fha? all-imporlanl
Engrossed in lhe excifemenf and color
of fhe foolball rally are Virginia Cor-
dero, Darlene Fulfon, Jewell Sanders,
Mary Befh Laurence, Sheila Hughes,
Barbara Oakley, and Jan Vanicek.
The oufslanding foolball players of lhe
season as announced al the foofball
banquel lasl fall arefTOPl Georoe Dar-
row, who copped off wirh fhe lille of
Mosi' Valuable Back, IMIDDLE LEFT TO
RIGHTJ Ted Plumb, and he caplured
fhe spoi of Mos? Courageous Player,
T. J. Elam came up as fhe Mosf lm-
proved Player, and IBOTTOMJ Dick
Ellsworlh grabbed fhe posilion of Mosl
LouJm.Q,fh1a,5 ' Ball.
ln December during the lasl week be-
fore vacalion, 52 Academic became a
holiday paradise as fhe seniors wenf
all our lo decorafe fhe room wifh sea-
Upperclassmen on Frosh Cleanup Day
fhis fall had fun while fhe frosh cleaned
up fhe school.
Wifh'fhe urge fo become diligenf per-
formers of hop-scolch, Verle Sidwell,
Ron Calaldo, Dick Kilowski, Clinf Mc-
Infosh, and Warren Moore view wilh
awe, lhe Champion Gary Espinosa's
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The Junior Class really sTucl4 To The phrase oT
"class uniTy" as members succeeded in making This
year inTeresTing wiTh Their many acTiviTies. Their TirsT
maior proiecT was The Junior Fashion Show, which
aTTer lasT year's TirsT one, is To become an annual
TradiTional aTTair Tor The Junior Class. "Cupid's
CloseT" also proved To be a mosT proTiTable money-
malcing evenT Tor The resT oT The expenses ThaT musT
be meT wiTh The Junior Prom.
"AlmosT Paradise" was a neaT Theme Tor Their April
I2 dance. TheJunior Carnival added some more cash
To Their "piggy" bank. The Junior Assembly, "STar-
dusT Bowl" wiTh JeTT Morgan as MC, proudly showed
oTT The Class OT '58's TalenTs. The Junior girls Tormed
an impressive chorus line Tor Their show.
Cn The lisT oT oTher names included in acTiviTies
and honors are l-laTsy Nalcagalci, who received The
leading Temale role in The spring-Term play, "Tea-
house oT The AugusT Moon": Dave Barber made The
All-CounTy second sTring Tor baslceTball: KiersTi
Lundeberg was awarded The second place as a resulT
oT Tinal eliminaTions in The "Pilgrimage Tor YouTh
ConTesT": John GoTshall was chosen by The FESC To
represenT Diablo in a European counTry This summer.
The Junior Class worlced lilce "Devils" To make iTs
annual carnival a gay aTTair Tor everyone.
As nexT year's seniors, This year's iuniors should
lead all underclassmen To an acTiviTy-paclced school
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Judie- Sudv Bruce, Betty Baldwin,
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"4a'.'ff Bankhead, Elin aim Jayne
ghflsien. Bonnie Carlton,'Jackie
SRM- PBQQY Casey. Row 2:
Maile BYl'd, Cynthia Dickey, Char.
leneV Boosek Mary Bennett, Libby
B'3""n9e"i Carol DeFrates, Bonnie
Carter. Oval Atnip, Linda Crewse,
Pat VDozier, Clara Bryan, Sandi
Doolln. Judi' Bryan, Geraldine
Qhrlstman. ROW 3: Frank Gooley
lim Cameron, Tom Acree, James
Bradley, Wayne Bowman, Dave
Brockbank, Galem Borem, Bob Bole
cerek, Don Clark, Jerry Baptist,
Chad Duckhorn, Ken Brewer, Con-
nie Clark, Jim Cheney.
ROW l, left to right: Marianne Da-
vison, Sonia Carlson, Jane Brooks,
Linda Curtis, Mary Ann Dorsey,
Dianne Dailey, Carole Burton, Mer-
ridy Dally, Marilyn Dalton, Esther
Carlson, Glenda Cowden, Carol
Bigby, Diane Carlos, Lucy Do-
mingues. ROW 2: Charles Buckley,
Charles Clark, Kirk Bowman, Terry
Barmon, Richard Burkett, Tom Car-
ano, Rod Clark, Joe Crose, Bill
Cooke, Ernest Carvaial, Hank Cure-
ton, Dave Biddle, Bart Blakesley,
Charles Cook. ROW 3: Robert
Creller, Gary Cartwright, Don
Baumrucker, Dave Barber, Dale
Brazil, Al Allison, Lee Churchman,
Bryant Bolen, Duncan Connor, Jim
Doran, Bob Dupre, Don Chernoh,
Lester Davis Boyd, Joe Boyd.
ROW l, left to right: Yvonne Bisso,
Dona Cotten, Judy Derroa, Bar-
bara Johnson, Judy Barber, Deana
Foster, Karen Fleshman, Sarah Bab-
bitt, Gay Davis, Eva Broome, Kathy
Forbes, Carolyn Justice, Eilia Ben-
assini, Judy Conneally. ROW 2:
Garv Elrving, John r-limes, Jim
Hatley, Len Hubbard, Lloyd Harri-
son, Jerry Johnston, Dale Foster,
Don Kung, Bill Galloway, Paul Ba-
ker, Ken Hall, Bill Garrels, Dave
Hatley, Ray King. ROW 3: Vance
Hartzell, Bill Hrbacek, Lee Hall,
David Nixon, David Doran, Gary
Bell, John Gideon, Brad Hill, Nor-
man Fisher, Gordon Knapp, Mike
Hoaglin, Ron Kruse, Dave Dowell.
ROW I, left to right: Pat Elliott,
Janice Evans, Sybil Hull, Nancy
Hendrix, Rita Hester, Connie Horn-
back, Zelda Johnson, Nelda John-
son, Jimmie Raye Jones, Claudia
Jackson, Pat Elkins, Manllyn Han-
son, Arline Jayne, Billie Brady.
ROW 2: Ron Hager, Howard Jo-
seph, Ken Nolen, David Holmes,
John Irvin, Charles Holbrook, Ver-
non Kratt, Taylor Altman, JerrY
Hall, Jim Funkhauser, Jack Greq'
ory, Edward Grant, Dick Evans.
Dennis Gooley, Rus H6QQ"5i"a'fd-
ROW 3: Larry Hacker, Bull Gib-
son, Art Kapsalis, Duane Foster,
Jerry Hall, Carlos Harm, CharleS
Foreman, Frank Johnson, ChUCk
Jones, John Gotshall, John Jordan
Jim Gavin, Phil Hennessy, Bob
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ROW I, lell lo righl: Pal Fambrini,
Donna Jarvis, Rila Jacobson, Cheryl
Folsom, Sue Grubbs, Gerry Silva,
Char Arnold, Sharon Kilcoin, Car-
rie Flori, Janel Garrigues, Pal Lea,
Julia Himsl, Jacquelin Jewell, Pal-
ricia Koch. ROW 2: Halsy Naga-
gaki, Louise Percell, Belsy Ohran,
Rila Kabal, Sandy Harris, Alma
Guirilin, Donna Payne, Judy Palm-
er, Dianna Milburn, Darlene Hen-
nessy, Alice Harris, Peggy Gibson,
Arlene Hawell, Juanila Page, ROW
3: Jay Markham, Edwin Morcl,
Slan Moore, Ed Lewis, Joe John-
son, Rich Nisonger, Ken Milchell,
Cliff Kolander, Ron Meyer, Bill
Jensen, George Armslrong, Russell
Lord, Roger Moore, Ron Guilieri.
ROW l, Iefl lo righl: Sherry Mc-
Gowan, Marie Melendres, Carol
Maslerson, Sandy Polk, Janel Pim-
enlal, Tania McLean, Paula Mills,
Linda Parnham, Lynn Norlon, Calh-
erine Lively, Joyce Moore, Judy
Piper, Alyce Noerenberg. ROW 2:
Louelle Fallon, Doris Lundberg,
Karen McAroy, Charlene Lewis, Joy
Pendrak, Delores Lundberg, Bonnie
Mills, Judy Neville, Pal Medlin,
Sharon McLennan, Sonia Main, Joy
Machado, Janel Parker, Sharon
Rice, Kaye Neal. ROW 3: Ralph
Planlz, Joseph McAllisler, Dick Mo-
Iner, Marlin Moore, Dick Linford,
Gary McElroy, Bill Mohn, Jim Mc-
Clellan, Bill McNamara, Donald
Lindrolh, Gary Millen, Dave Osl-
lund, Dennis Machado, Tom Mc-
ROW l, lell lo righl: Sylvia Pow-
ers, Priscilla Niemi, Carolyn Leh-
mer, Judy Laller, Nikki Lonac, Pal
Pulnam, Penny Perry, Gerrie Lee,
Sheila Page, Kiersli Lundeberg,
Karen Murdoch, Vicki Prall, Anne
Malheson. ROW Z: Larry Pliler, Ken
Mompellier, Frank Pelerson, Mel
Pape, Joe Loza, Russell Lord, Mike
Mealey, Bill Marshall, Paul Malhe-
son, Bernie Payne, Mike Moore,
Everell Prewell, Jef'f Morgan, Gary
Lindslrom. ROW 3: Roger McKay,
Bob Sluarl, Mark Manlove, Lou
Lieber, Chuck Persyn, Jay McCoy,
Daryl Phillips, Pele Padelford, Hen-
ry Pillell, Frank Pizzimenli, Scoll
Olsen, Mike Price, Marvin Morris,
Dave Dowell and Sheila Page know
lhal a sleady hand and alerl mind
are- necessary in order lo carry out
lhelr chemislry experimenl safely.
During lhe year all chemislry slu-
denls were well known for lheir
ordeals wilh ammonia, sulfur, and
various kinds of acids. Allhough
chemislry is primarily a iunior Sci.
ence, il also allracls many seniors,
ROW I, lett to right: Mary Beth
Slate. lflfllict' Pierson, Linda Tal-
bert, Diane Morris, Kathie Nick-
laus, Carol Petrie, Deanna Sheldon,
-lUdY Vannatta, Maryann Schaller,
Charlotte Schwartl, Barbara Rob-
bins, Yvonne Pellett, Charrnatta
Malnn, ROW 2: Alice Riley, Sherry
Smith, Linda Silva, Judy Schrock,
Connie Stevens, Penny Sweeny, Joy
Richardson, Judi Reed, Darla Rob-
erts, Janice Reynolds, Phyllis Ren-
itt, Sandra Seqler, Kimi Tahira,
Gail Wheeler. ROW 3: Gilbert Vis-
peras, Bryant Winn, Bill Shaffer,
Richard Rice, Paul Van Brocklin,
Don Wilson, Alen Rise, Richard
Strudwick, Jay Nicholson, Bob
Shaver, Snooks Santiago, Mike
West, Bcb Woods, Bob Sanchez.
ROW l, left to right: Sue Tyler,
Sandra Thomas, Ellen Bolland, Kar-
en Wright, Darnell Williams, De-
lores Williams, Janice Touchstone,
Pat Smith, Pat Snedden, Barbara
Zimmerman, Linda Winnie, Gloria
Ray, Kay Snow. ROW 2: Vista Tim-
merman, Carolyn Rano, Phyllis Rob-
ertson, Sharon Scott, Mae Snyder,
Reatha Thompson, Jeannie Vickery,
Connie Wilbur, Rowena Young,
Deanne Robison, Shirley Thorn-
burg, Margie Tarver, Harriet Ride-
out. ROW 3: Harold Robbins, Jim
Tudor, Jchn Siremel, Neal Satre,
Dale Welch, Guy Ray, Gary Shid-
ler, Vic Stephens, Paul McElhaney.
Bill Ross, Ken Smith, George Scrib-
ner, Oscar Breeze.
ROW I, left to right: Carol Snyder,
Faye Vargus, Ron Tibulsk', B li Sor-
enson, Jerrie Crowe, Larry Arm-
strong, Bill Suter, Carol Ferguson.
Bonita Wilson. ROW 2: Lee Schip-
per, Marian Shanks, Jim Zuur, Marc
Stephen, Wally Shoults, Ken Rob-
bins, B:b Towers, Dale Wikle, D0n
Wilson, Alan Ries. ROW 3: John
Zuur, Mark Tweeten, Bill Bruce,
Roger Russ, Bob White, Bob Tar-
len, Philip Shull, Bob Roskie, Larry
Slate, Bob Skaggs, Elvin Stubble-
field, James Theobald.
"There's no bus'ness like show bvusi-
ness." These musically inclined Il-ln'
iors sing out the words as tl1eY lake
a bow in the grand finale of the
iunior assembly, "Stardust BOWL
on October 25. ManY lunlofs wth
varied talents assembled their serv-
ices to make the class ot 58 re-
nowned for in abiiifv to Wofk fo'
gether as a tearn.
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"Cupid's Closet" opened its door
to feature spring fashions in the
Junior Fashion Show presented Feb-
ruary l3, Kathy Nicklaus, Sheri
Smith, Roberta Berglund, and Mari-
lyn Hanson b-aught sighs from the
girls and whistles from the boys as
they modeled their Lanz dresses.
"Almost Paradise" was a room full
of roses, or better yet, spring blos-
soms in the Girls' Gym, April l2.
The hard-working committee chair-
men slaved to add another success
to the prestige ofthe Junior Class.
Chairmen are FRONT ROW, left to
right: Hatsy Nakagaki, class vice-
president, Roberta Berglund, rep-
resentative, Dick Linford, president,
Dona Cotten, co-chairman of deco-
rations, Donna Jarvis, secretary.
BACK ROW: Kimi Tahira, refresh-
ments, Elin Biork, facilities, Pat
Elkins, publicity, Glenda Cowden,
bids, and Penny Perry, co-chairman
Junior United States History classes
serve many purposes besides learn-
ing all about our forefathers and
their heroic events. The Constitution
and the Declaration of Independ-
ence were important specialties of
these students. The Juniors also took
D.A.T. tests in this period, voted on
various Junior Class issues, and
studied democracy and Mt. Diablo
The Juniors in third period modern
dance choreographed their own
number for the annual modern
dance assembly. Dona Cotten, the
sleeping high school girl, found
herself facing fear, sorrow, and
ioy, as interpreted by the other
The "S'rardusl Bowl," 'lhe exclusive hangoul of lhe Junior Class,
offered 'l'he besl- of enlerfainmeni for 'lhe iunior assembly. For
'lhree years, as freshmen and sophomores and now iuniors, they
have been known for lheir colorful and unique panfomimes. This
year, "The Greal' Prelender" was no exceplion.
Class-minded members of the Junior Cabinel' slaved all year
long lo make fheir string of acfivifies successful. Hard-working
parficipanls planned fhe deiails for each evenl' for lhe benefil of
lhe class. The Junior Fashion Show, assembly, prom and lhe
carnival all originaled from This ceniral unif. Members are
FRONT ROW, lefl' lo righf: Hafsy Nakagaki, Dick Linford, Donna
Jarvis. SECOND ROW: Kafhy Warren, Mary Ann Dorsey, Jane
Brooks, Dave Biddle, Brad Hill. BACK ROW: Ernie Carvaial,
Rich Nisonger, Kimi Tahira, Eva Mae Broome, and Billie Brady.
Winning honors for 'lhe Junior Class in 'rhe afhlefic field was
Dave Barber, who earned honorable menlion All-Counly choice
in baskeiball. Dave was also voled "Mosf Improved Player"
by his fellow feammafes and coach.
For a minule, you'd lhink Pal and Yvonne were 'lryinq 'io lrap
dates for ihe "Bermuda Bounce," buf afler later invesfigafion,
we found out Dave and Dick were frying fo go lhrough 'lhe wrong
door and This junior service doesn'l allow such a ihing.
- in . .O seg.,-u e -v gr
,V 7. 'I
ON THEIR WAY!
Members oT The ambiTious Sophomore class have
compleTed anoTher phase oT Their high school careers:
They're "on Their way."
SuccessTul class proiecTs began iusT aTTer school
sTarTed and now ThaT The year is compleTe They have
leTT behind Them a Tine record oT achievemenT. The
main underTaking oT The year was The annual Sopho-
more ChrisTmas Formal, "STardusT." Several cookie
sales, a main source oT revenue, were scaTTered
ThroughouT The year. To conclude Their main acTivi-
Ties, The sophs presenTed a clever assembly, "CourT-
yard Capers," in which They TeaTured many girls' acTs.
Under The leadership oT Joe ParTansky, WeITare
Commissioner, The Sophomores esfablished and main-
Tained neaT lines aT Danny's Den and aT our brunch
sTands. Several sTudenTs were parTicuIarly inTeresTed
in The crowding problem aT The lunch lines, and do-
naTed The beginning oT Their lunch hour To keep The
'lhroughouT The whole Term, The Sophs showed Their
unceasing and solid spiriT aT school and aThleTic
evenTs. During TooTbaIl season, Tive Sophomores were
ouTsTanding on VarsiTy play: John Barclay, Gary
Casey, Dick Jones, Ron Terry, and AI 'I'reTTe were
all awarded The TooTball Block Gary Casey, Dean
DeaTon, Dave Johnson, Chuck Kimes, Rudy Omania,
Larry Pavilones, and AI 'I'reTTe added To The presTige
oT The class by Their Track abiliTy.
One oT The highlighTs oT The year happened April
I I when The Soph sguad placed second in This year's
InTercIass Relays. TwenTy-Tour classmen sprinTed
around The Track To place nexT To The Seniors in The
Tinal Time score.
Class oTlicers, Dale Adams, presidenT7 Sonia I-lal-
vorsen, vice-presidenT: Ivlary Clark, secreTary: and
Joe ParTansky, represenTaTive: and The dependable
class sponsors, Ivliss Ivlary CrouTer, Mr. WalTer Kel-
son, and Ivlrs. Jane Roy, and The whole Class oT '59
will be able To Tind real pleasure in looking back on
ROW l, lefl' io righl: Pal Carlson,
Janice Burkharl, Yolanlhe Berger,
Susan Bralsberg, Jane? Bolcerek,
Karin Berg, Ann Bergum, Shirley
Cordua, Ann Angel, Anna Adams,
Joanne Brown, Linda Anderson,
Laurie Augusline, Judi Clark. ROW
2: Ronnie Cooke, John Buller, Lan-
ny Ball, Lesler Aiwood, Pele Bauer,
Bob Brady, Mike Dowling, John
Humphrey, Glenn Hill, Carl Cav-
allo, Lewis Ellis, Lee Grichuhin,
Dean Dealon. ROW 3: Carl Hayes,
Louis Gadol, Gordon Hollinger,
Darrell Eberl, Richard Hedges,
Ralph Hamillon, Kenneih Enke, Don
Elfving, Mike Heinemann, Eddie
Hawley, Gus Ginocchio, Webb
Hadden, James Healh, Gary Har-
ROW l, leff fo righi: Barbara Cox,
Ruih Barber, Dorofhy Allison, Bar-
bara Brown, Marlha Beagle, Caro-
lyn Baker, Beverly Caskey, Dixie
Allison, Linda Bernard, Barbara
Clough, Ann Curelon, Jeanne Bru-
nelle, Joy Archibald, Maureen Car-
dinei. ROW 2: Beverly Abbay,
Janice Bohannan, Janef Cook,
Carolyn Bengslon, Beverly Barnelf,
Mary Clark, Sheri Cimino, Janelle
Crabbe, Brian Carlo, Paul Caulk,
Aston Elwood, Phil Allen, Loren
Allen, Sluarl Cornwell. ROW 3:
Oleg Dubney, Ronnie Caldwell,
Randy Borden, Danny DuPonl', Bob
Arendslon, Rober? Anderson, Tim
Anglin, David Chrisliana, Ernest
Clemenls, Ralph Clark, Chef Belk-
nap, Jake Casey, Mike Baird, Jim
ROW l, leff lo righl: Rosalie
Abeyfa, Alnila Chandler, Linda
Bowman, Joan Cobb, Judy Clarke,
Marilyn Becker, Linda Coffee, Don-
na Barfneck, Pal Crose, Carol Cur-
tis, Sharon Bish, Maria Carvaial,
Lynn Ballock, Carol Clifnlon. ROW
2: Jim Chambers, Dick Anderson,
Pai Allison, Ricky Brolsch, Terry
Bergman, Leo Cosce, Gordon Creer,
Richard Coble, Paul Chaplik, Dan
Barney, Fred Ball, Barbara Bobu,
Marv Anderson, Joan Aubuchon.
ROW 3: Sieve Casey, David An-
derson, Cliff Chambers, John Bar-
clay, Ronald Churchman, Jim Alex-
ander, Gene Dirks, John Cluaslon,
Kenneth Carier, Jon Blood, Clinion
Coleman, Gary Casey, Jim Cal-
dera, Dale Adams.
"Siardusl"' reflecled couples whirl-
ing fo sofl music under gay red
and while slar-sludded slreamers.
The sophomores worked hard on
Their dance and fhe resulls proved
fha? fheir plans were carefully
lhoughf oul' and well execuied. The
success of fhe dance can be cred-
ifed fo lhe inifiafive and respon-
sibilify of the hard-working Sophs.
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ROW l, left to right: Pat Davis,
Sandra Hoagland, Mary Ann Eck-
ford, Rose Frazier, Sharleen Davis,
Sandy Helrich, Darlene Hotz, Betty
Contreras, Sandra Anderson, Gwenn
Cramer, Carole DeLay, Diane Dar-
row, Sharon Davis, Karen Burgess.
ROW 2: Alice Garcia, Judy Dodge,
Arlene Griffore, Donna Dabney,
Geneva Good, Donna Heflin, Jean
Deaton, JoAnn Fernandes, Marcel-
la Fitch, Linda Ditmore, Peggy
Hoover, Margaret DuVaI, Deloris
Dye, Alice Hurley. ROW 3: Glenn
Ebert, Jerry Danielson, Dennis Lu-
zon, Ronald Vazcaellos, Larry Haz-
elton, John Hoose, Michael Gus-
tafson, Steve Fry, John Ferrari,
Gary Graeber, Brooks Hamm, Har-
ry Eitzen, Buddy Evans, Fred Han-
ROW l, left to right: Karen Fred-
rickson, Pat Haskins, Kay High-
tower, Sharon Hoppe, Susan Gal-
braith, lnga Fritsch, Bobbi Hienzel,
Jayne Hoffman, Ann Horsefall,
Sharon Graham, Carol Heib, Mar-
lene Dawe, Carron Hopkins, Bar-
bara Hunt. ROW Z: Dorothy Han-
lsh, Heather Hooper, Noel Hum-
phries, Pat Erman, Inez Garcia, Pam
Dowell, Lorene Gianni, Pat Funder-
burg, Mary Ferguson, Roslyn Gold-
stein, Linda Dally, Frances ltanen,
Yvonne Faraola, Lynne Griffith.
ROW 3: William Feldhake, Wayne
Jones, James Earl, Donald Har-
desty, Joe Herrera, Denny Good-
rum, Jack Harpe, Allen Hager-
strand, LeRoy Fore, Lynn Freeman,
Ken Hightower, Jim Cree, Jerry
Fisher, Ray Hedlund.
ROW l, left to right: Ruth Ann
Glass, Jeanie Habe, Jeanne Ham-
blen, Marlene Gilford, Barbara
Kendle, Donna Hatley, Judie
Laughlin, Wynona Elam, Wilma
Holland, Alene Hall, Connie Hen-
derson, Judy Lyons, Shirley Hester,
Elona Gooley. ROW 2: Donna Ma-
her, Miriam McDonald, Mary Jo
Mitchell, Judy Nelson, Billie Mc-
Gowan, Beverly Mallory, Becky Mc-
Laughlin, Susan Jackson, Sandy
Kirschner, Karen McCain, Janet
Medcalf, Pat Markovich, Betty Gad-
dis, Marilyn Fuhlman. ROW 3: Rod
Kreiss, Bob Kint, Bill McDermott.
John Moore, Jim Faison, Bob Man-
gini, Brian Luiz, Bob Nolden, Roger
Emanuels, Stephen Nicholos, Bruce
Olson, Richard McDermott, Jack
Kennerson, Ron Lichti.
When Pat Erman and Donna Bart-
neck finally get their driver's li-
censes and start being criticized as
women drivers, they can always say
that a "man" taught them all they
know. Mr. Bruce Iverson does his
best to explain to the girls the dif-
ference between the gas pedal and
the brake without confusing them.
All sophomores are required to take
the course which is for a semester
ROW l, lefl lo righl: Elsie Mills,
Delores Dawson, Lana Ludwig, Car-
olyn Jones, Evelyn Koslors, Marlha
Landis, Sherie Leaver, Sheila John-
son, Mary Marlin, Lois Nakaqaki,
Psyche Miller, Linda Johnson, Judy
Monroe, Penny Jones. ROW 2: Da-
vid Nance, Rudolph Omania, Sam
Johnslon, Roy Jara, David lmhof,
Charles Jusiice, Edwin Griffin, Len-
ny Olson, Jerry McKay, Dennis
Mills, Charles Lamb, Edward Jean-
nolle, Herb Ludricks, Jim Liggeif.
ROW 3: Janef Ferwerda, Sylvia
Mesna, Barbara Nulling, Gail
Jones, Lee Miller, Rona Moore,
Shirley Johnson, Kay Moore, Judy
Johnson, Ju'dy Janas, Pam Ma-
chado, Sandra Kellick, Nancy Kel-
ler, Marfy McGralh.
ROW l, lefl lo righi: Dolores Kroul,
Judy Morelli, Cynlhia Jones, Pen-
ny Lundeberg, Rulh Lingenfeller,
Gloria Mason, Kay Masferson, Ev-
elyn Loza, Carolyn Oakley, Carol
Ann Osferhoudf, Marie Maifos,
Louise Jensen, Phyllis Null, Teddy
Irish. ROW 2: Linda Machado, Kar-
en Messer, Karl-iy Orleqa, Teri May-
nard, Nanci Jacoby, Barbara Kay,
Kandy Tasheway, Darlene Onsloff,
Brigifle Muhm, Judy Kupka, Linda
Leoni, Sonia Halvorsen, Terry Mad-
den, Nifa Nelson. ROW 3: Dick
Jones, Dick 'MaHhews, Dave John-
son, Vaughn Lealh, Bob Murray,
George Jones, Darol James, Chuck
Noifingham, Greg Marlin, Gene
Mefcho, Henry Melendres, Jay
Jackson, Garv Maynard, Garry
ROW l, leff 'lo righl: Kirk Jacob-
son, Doug Gaunfl, Allen Meyer,
Don Nibbleff, Judi Jagger, Norma
Jones, Richard Laurence, Lewis
Morgan, Tim McOuiIlan. ROW 2:
Bill Slone, Ronald King, Bill Mc-
Elwaine, Brian Maderos, Clyde Lu-
omala, Don McKinsey, Raymond
Nebergall, Larry Kissinger, Jack
Kenl. ROW 3: Ralph Mohr, Sle-
phen Maloney, Ken Follz, Mike
Larkin, Roger Krobolh, John Dyck-
man, Ray Johns, Marlin Moore,
Nick Mascilelli, Paul Jones.
"Oh fl-nal a man miqhl know lhe
end of fhis day's business"-was on
fhe rip of every sophomore 'langue
as The Spring sen-iesler drew lo a
close. Mrs. Sally Nero laugh? fhe
difference between an lambic and
a Dacfylic accenf sfress in poelry
to her English llA's lhis day.
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erlson, Barbara Riley, Karen Smllh,
Linda Palmiler, Diane Slonaker,
Barbara Salwasser, Nancy Puff!-im.
Barbara Sharp, Delores Salisbury,
Priscilla Robinson, Terry Renschen,
Belly Rhodes, Sandra Anderson,
Bonnie Rossberg. ROW Z: Brenda
Sloddard, Susi Seymour, Nancy
Reyes, Peggy Sidebollom, Sondra
Shaver, Peggy Richards, Sharon
Slone. Carol Ryan, LouAnn Sand-
ers, Pal Payne, Jean Tale, Mary
Lou Tilley, Lynda Smasal, Gloria
Slanfield. ROW 3: Ken Pelerson,
Gerald Quigg, Murray Shellon,
Carl Silva, Bob Parscal, Bill Rink,
Peler Schlaman, Brian Russell, Nor-
man Smilh, Keilh Schwarlzlrauber,
David Saunders, John Skeen, Phil
Sefers, Ellioll Sponable.
ROW I, Iefl lo righl: Susan Rice,
Judy Shoop, Pennie Smilh, Kalhy
McKee, Sandra Recio, Diane Shel-
by, Judy Slreeler, Judy Romano,
Pal Rogers. Valorie Torres, Sha-
ron Pimenlel, Wilmella Servenli,
Carla Schloller, Sanday Sheffield,
Sue Sheffield. ROW 2: Ken Padgell,
Richard Sauer, Don Perdue, Bob
Rodriguez, Jim Royse, Larry Swan-
son, Larry Phipps, Bob Swanson,
Gary Russo, Orris Sundlie, Dan Sov-
ereign, James Quigley, Brenl P's-
len, Gary Sfagqe. ROW 3: Xavier
Ramirez, Lonnie Salina, Dennis
Reilly. Neal Roberson, Keilh Park-
er, Wayne Pelerson, Herb Schoel-
ler, Jack Sheean, Larry Simmons.
Gerald Slcne. Gary Robinson, Floyd
Skaggs, Keilh Sovereign, Mike
ROW l, lefl lo righl: Josephine
Zambulo, Sandra Terwilleger, Judy
Sands, Marbv Drexel, Audrey Simp-
son, Toni Smilh, Carol Ann Phillip-
sen, Janie Zundel, Nalalie Zavia-
lo'l"f, Sharon Robbins, Juanila Skin-
ner, Joann Pimenlel, Pal Vinding
Sharon Pinnell. ROW 2: Ronald
Wink'er, Larry Young, Richard
Slcnaker, Gerald Thompson. Phil
Wagner, Curlis While, Pal Smilh,
Clifford Vaughn R'n Uwe, Rucl
Peebles, Gary Sbona, John Red-
slreake. Roger Slaggs, ROW 3:
Larry Pavilionis, Jrhn Slaler, Ron-
ald Richardson, Jack Murphree,
Wayne Simons, Ron Small, Terry
Soulhwick, Bob Price, Tom Scog-
gins, Jerry Richescn, Don Pallon,
Lew Pengillv, Bob Parks, Dennis
ROW l, lell lo righl: Lenny
Williams, Dalmacio Visperas, Gil-
berl Tully, Bill Wood, Dean Wil-
son, Aubrey Reeves, Doug Trosl,
John Riccobuono, Vern Timmerman,
Mickey Thomas, Terry Tener. ROW
2: Susan Russell, Judie Yergenson,
"Cal" Tomlinson, Juanila Randle,
Sue Tale, Judie Riggs, Maren
Sundquisl, Palsy Valdez, Pal Wall-
ers, JoAnn Taylor, Gayle Taylor,
Margarel Anne Wilhinglon, Becky
Zuur, Vicki Wilson. ROW 3: Jo-
sephine Yarbrough, Louise Walkins,
Marilyn Thompson, Edina Work-
man, Joyce Wulzke, Gail Wagner,
Bonney Uflens, Toni Varqus, June
William, Pal Wallers, Shirley Tay-
lor. ROW 4: Bruce Wallon, Dave
Travins, Craig Whisler, Ron Terry,
Al Trelle, Forresl Van Werl, Rus-
sell Ralphs, Don Tarbel, Joe York,
Dennis Wad-worth, Paul Slaler,
Larry Spessard, Sleve Swindell.
"Jim Dandy" came to the rescue
when these sophomore girls began
to minuei, and then finally broke
into some good ole' popular rock
and roll! This act was particularly
colorful, featuring pastel hoop
skirts, "crazy" pants.
The "Midnight Creepers" displayed
fine precision and talent as a chorus
of approximately twenty girls kicked
and tapped out their routine. Last
year this same group amared Di
Hi students with its ability to stay
Ron Terry, the comical iester who
acted as M.C., took time out during
rehearsal to watch one of the acts.
"Courtyard Capers" featured a
fairy tale story of how the Sopho-
more Class came to the rescue of
the "Princess Who Wouldn't Smile."
Providing lilting harmony during the
assemhly wr-re D-anna Hatlev and
Judy Laughlin who sang "Green-
sleeves" and "l'll See You in My
Dreams." Although the act was en-
ioyed by everyone in the audience,
the Princess still failed to smile.
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Larry Young, sophomore sensalion, needs no inlroduclion 'lo
Diablo sludenls. Noi' only has he appeared in his class assemblies
as a loyal member, bu? also he has appeared on radio and has
sung for many organizalions. Larry is also lhe direclor on The
"Teen Toons'fers," a group wilh a fulure in 'l'l1e enlerfainmenl' field.
The Sophomores were concerned wifh 'lhe crowding of sludenls
af Danny's Den, so members were assigned fo lunch lines as well
as brunch lines. No one member was afraid of upperclassmen
and as a resulf, lhe lines were neal and orderly. This year's
Sophomore Service really lakes care of lhe "slrongylocenl'ro-
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Perhaps lhe mosl inleresling of lhe science courses offered al
Diablo is The Biology science. Besides dissecling worms, calchinq
bugs, and picking flowers, sludenls also sfudy lhe human body
as relaled fo heredify and environment This sophomore course
prepares college preparalory sludenls for fulure sludy in chem-
islry and physics. Mr. Worlhylake, Mr. Johnson's subslilule, con-
ducls his classes in a "scien'rific, businesslike manner."
The firsf proiecf of lhe Sophomore cabinel was 'lo plan lhe
annual Christmas formal. For many monlhs lhe members mel and
discussed possibililies of lhemes and decoralion. When the dance
was a success, members were confidenl of a successful assembly.
An aclive class, lhe sophomores confribuled much lo sludenl
body acfivilies, Members are FRONT ROW, lefl 'lo righl: Carla
Schloller, Mary Marlin, Mary Clark, Dale Adams, Joe Parlansky,
Sonia Halvorsen, Donna Barlneck. SECOND ROW: Fosler Roberl-
son, Bev Mallory, Kay Hightower, Dean Dealon, Harlin King,
Brenda Sloddard, Mary Lou Tilley. BACK ROW: Roger Emanuels,
Charlie Kimes, Buzzy Vaughn, John Barclay, Steve Casey, Arlene
Grifford, Mary Ferguson.
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uncerTain abouT high school liTe, by June The Fresh-
men emerged ready To carry on The TradiTions and
spiriT oT The school, These sTudenTs have a "long
iourney ahead" bu+ if each year is as successTul as
Their TirsT, Then by The Time They are ready To don
caps and gowns, These Frosh will have a memorable
SuccessTul class proiecTs began iusT aTTer The class
oTTicers were elecTed in OcTober. They immediaTely
planned Tor Their annual dance To be presenTed No-
vember I6. AlThough a liTTle unsure as To how To plan
a dance. The Frosh developed The Theme oT "Pink
Rhapsody" To creaTe ThaT aTmosphere. EnThusiasTic
over The success oT Their TirsT proiecT, The eager Frosh
plunged inTo The plans oT Their assembly. Many diTTer-
enT kinds oT acTs were presenTed under The Theme OT
"Through The Ages." Realizing ThaT wiThouT Tunds,
The class can'T do much, They held several calce sales
and added cash To The class Treasury.
Barbara Roe and Jim Craig earned aTTenTion Tor
The class when The "Diablo News" sTaTT piclced Them
To represenT The Frosh as "Typical Freshmen." Ed
BuTler and CharloTTe TripleTT served as king and queen
aT Their dance: Their classmaTes elecTed Them in The
Did you noTice The garbage cans This year? They
were all preTTy Tull. The Frosh service commiTTee
was an imporTanT branch OT sTudenT governmenT aT
school and has been a real service To Diablo.
ln a Tew shorT years, The Class OT '60 will be The
leaders oT The school, and as Seniors They will seT The
pace Tor The underclassmen. WiTh The many acTiviTies
They accomplished This year, The Freshmen promise To
be highly successTul as a class in Their remaining years
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ROW I, Ieff lo righf: Barbara Bri'H',
Linda Arenh, Mary Jo Amerson,
Diane Balhun, Donna Boka, Barbara
Buscaglia, Kalhy Blikeng, Anil'-3
Burlon, Rosemary Bohn, Carolynn
Burden, Lynn Bydewell, Ann Bal-
lou, Jane Beufel, Linda Baker. ROW
2: Ray Bickar, Dennis Benneff, Rob-
erf Barr, Alberi Beulel, Todd Bales,
Jack Bouguennec, Ron Belknap,
John Bohan, Steven Brockbank, Ed
Binam, Doug Brown, Ken Brenl,
Jerry Barham, Don BarreH. ROW
3: Ray Burns, Will Brown, Cliff Carf-
wrighf, Eddie Ackerman, Dave An-
derson, Duane Ball, Allan Aiari,
Hugh Brown, Fred Auda, Jerry
Broyles, Mike Arnold, Michael Bru-
nelle, Richard Boyle, Ronald Biork.
ROW I, lefl lo righl: Maddy Arm-
sfrong, Judy Allen, Judy Bruce,
Norma Bloching, Dorolhy Bone,
IdaLee Bell, Carolyn Bohannan,
Barbara Bloomer, Cheslena Akers,
Brenda Brayan, LaVerne Brechfel,
Carole Allman, Joan Brazil. ROW
2: Troy Brown, Jim Crumwell, Paul
Bengslon, Gary Benzler, Roy Burns,
Tyler Anderson, Dennis Backues.
Don Barfke, Brenl Alcheson, Paul
Belarde, Bill Bawden, Douglas
Birch, Don Biddle, James Burkell.
ROW 3: Diane Ahumada, Judy
Barns, Karen Brown, Jane? Ball,
Becky Blanchard, Roberfa Chong,
Barbara Brooks, Peggy Beck, Bar-
bara Barnes, La Vonne Baird, Bar-
bara Bailey, Sandra Burns, Bonnie
Borden, Gayle Fiske.
ROW I, lefl lo righl: Eleanor Da-
vison, Berry Cain, Shirley Flefch-
er, Margie Ecoffey, JoAnn Dana,
Barbara Chance, Kay Frilsch, San-
dra Calloway, Pal Elam, Elizabelh
DeHarf, Karen Ellingson, Jane?
Decker, Nancy Dunnelley, Frances
Calambay. ROW 2: Ronald Collen,
Ray Bracken, Dick Buscaglia, Monly
Duarle, John Duncan, Joe Don
Balalla, John Carlson, Terry Dwyer,
Gordon Cooper, Sam Birky, Jim
Borelli, Scorl Crenshaw, Ollene Bal-
lard, Bob Chambers. ROW 3: Lee
Faison, Donald Devineenzi, Jerry
Fraze', Bob Allison, Bob Fore, Don-
ald Aherns, "Muggs" Denfon, Ed
Butler, Larry Eberl, Gary DeLaRosa,
Gerald Afnip, Slanley Forsslrom,
David Crenna, Jim Curry.
The freshman cake sale, planned
and carried our by lhe ambitious
freshman class, feafured many vari-
elies of cakes. Since lhe delicacies
were sold ar lunch, hungry sludenrs
merged upon lhe lable and the
cakes were soon gone. Result?
Money in lhe class lreasury.
ROW l, lefl lo righl: Donna Dris-
kell, Joann DeFrales, Marie Ches-
selel, Judy Dallon, Karen Chrislen-
sen, Gail Coslello, Rulh Doerner,
Kay Dozier, Linda Cannady, Carol
Campbell, Ramona Davis, Barbara
Clark, June Clark, Suella Carlos.
ROW 2: Judy Cox, Sue Cook, Con-
nie Fulk, Barbara Cash, Mary Claus-
sen, Maria Fernandez, Dianne Ful-
lon, Kalhleen Ericksson, Carole
Choporis, Diane Foskel, Phoebe
French, Nevalene Cremeen, Mada-
lvn Drago, Charlene Foss. ROW 3:
David Carpenler, Bob Huidl, Rickie
Follz, Mfke Conneally, Scollie Es-
sin, Richard DelChiaro, Bob Caskey,
Dennis Clark, James Falkenslrom,
Ronnie File, Bob DelChiaro, Don
Crandall, Billy Conn, Willard Chris-
ROW l, leff lo righl: Bonnie Harl-
man, Nancy Hicks, Susan Fosler,
Carol Carden, Joan Dalfon, Leslie
Eggum, Kay Harden, Calhy Cald-
well, LaHoma Eeds, Judy Dial, Pal'
Gibson, Judy Conn, Joanne Crenna,
Chrisline lrish. ROW 2: Mary
Grimsley, Rila Haskins, Dolly Jones,
Shirley Jarvis, Doris Collins, Kalh-
leen Kabal, Angelica Keller, Carol
Glass, Pal' Harden, Eileen Golden,
Kalhy Fosler, Jean Kilowski, Sharon
Harris, Rennie Hoobler. ROW 3:
Ed Cavallo, Jack Dickinson, Larry
Campbell, Larry DeFrales, Rodger
Cramer, James Colburn, Dick EI-
ling, Bob Freeman, George Con-
carnon, Eddie Jchnson, David Hri-
dak, Jim Dougan, Jim Craig.
ROW I, Iefl fo righl: Nancy Jones,
Judy Creeley, Edna Kelley, Marie
Kroul, Carol Hermansen, Judilh
Herberf, Diane Himes, Sally Ger-
bolh, Nadine Hollhouse, Jane? Jar-
din, Frances Halloway, Sandra
Gross, Mariza Garcia, Wilda Hom-
mond. ROW 2: Charles Fosler, Paul
Kinney, Donald Kollenborn, Paul
Harrison, Rob Gordon, Jerry lseli,
Mike Grahn, Dennis Garrellson,
Bob Goble, Byron Kelly, Jack Ha-
zelfon, Bob McEwen, Gary Hub-
bard, Don Eddy. ROW 3: Norman
Hill, Ronald Gress, Wilberf Horne,
Mel Heaps, Carl Ohman, Drew
Heidy, Keilh Kays, Tom Grimes,
Doyle Cosme, Bill Cullen, Harold
Dogliani, Paul Erman, Bob Jones,
Soft drinks and do-nuls served as
fuel building maferial for fhe
freshmen and members of lhe
leadership class and Block "D,"
affer an aflernoon's work of clean-
ing up fhe campus. Each year lhe
Frosh are excused from classes lo
parlicipale in lhe Freshman Clean-
up Day, an annual evenl planned
and supervised by lhe Grounds
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ner, Carol Gorman, Judy Kimblle.
Sherry Garrell, Pal Hulcheson,
Gloria Hare, Margarel Hempslead,
Carol Johnslon, Jean Hagerbeum-
er, Kalhleen Emerv, Carolyn Guer-
rv, Sharon Kelly, Sharon Hubbard,
Sharon Gross. ROW Z, Greg Hill,
Douglas Hickle, David Hull, Ken
Hickey, Mike Kelly, Roberl Jour-
dan, Gary Frankovich, Norman
Hauser, Michael Harlwig, Mal
l-larlwig, Slan Kalinowski, Bill Kil-
corse, Eddy Hickes, Jerry Harri-
son. ROW 3: Dave Harris, Nyles
Johnson, Charles Hagood, Ervin Jo-
seph, Ron Kilowski, George Gianni,
Woody Dyer, Charles Hallam, Edie
Gomez, John Horning, David Hag-
erslrand, Frank Gonderman, Sleve
Hubbard, Sleve Jackson.
ROW l, lefl lo righl: Virginia
Johnson, Sue Granl, Palsy Kaulz,
Judy Hadden, Bonila Killingswor-lh,
Diane Hamillon, Judie Jones, Lor-
ella Homolka, Sharon Jones, Palsy
Hennessy, Joan Housden, Joyce
Haring, Trudy Hays, Judy Hoheisel.
ROW 2: Charella Kellogg, Nancy
Hrbacek, Carol Gee, Marilyn Hidy,
Heidi Hohenrieder, Eslher Gaiari-
an, Jan Koskinen, Karen Kuhr, Mar-
garel Harwell, Lenino Lucas, Pally
Marlinelli, Madeline Lewis, Barbara
Pimenlel, Virgilynn Logie. ROW 3:
Bob Carscadden, Lloyd McCoy,
Richard Poncedeleon, Duane Mor-
ris, Roberl Hammer, Jim Ander-
son, Brenl Hokanson, Bill Meese,
Tom Prieslap, John Lee, Paul Kay-
felz, Bill McKinsey, Tom Morgan.
ROW l, lell lo righl: Maureen Ol-
iver, Nancy Nakalani, Yvelle Lel-l,
Sandi Madlena, Carole Lindsey,
Barbara Marlin, Joyce Mayfield,
Charlene Praler, Sharon Maiors,
Janice Malhison, Midge Pulnam,
Nancy Mullen, Mary Piona, Karen
McDonald. ROW 2: Kennelh Mc-
Kinney, Ron Mangini, Archie Mor-
ris, Tommy Lillie, Kenny Pills, Jim
Norman, Roberl Finger, Charles
Odom, Jim Moiso, Jim Morlenson,
Jack Pence Jeff McElroy, Bob Lom-
bardo, John Page, Bob Mallory.
ROW 3: Sharon Paravagna, Linda
Myers, Ellen PelIeH, Lael Loringer,
Jocelyn Morczkowski, Paula Mc-
Guire, Linda Moore, Deanna Long,
Sharon McElroy, Sandra Phelps,
Carol Nullinger, Carol Maher,
Donna Nees, Diane Pelerson.
Orienlalion, required for all fresh-
men, acquainled lhe incoming slu-
denls wilh school governmenl and
lheir physical and social place in
life. Mrs. Belly Courlney helps one
of her sludenls learn lhe rules and
regulalions of lraflic in our build-
ings. The Orienlalion Handbook
helped lhe new Frosh undersland
lhe funclions ol lhe school.
ROW l, lefl lo riqhl: Kalhryn Pan-
coasl, Anile Lola, Jacky Nulley,
Linda Lewis, Carol Pulnam, Bever-
Osborn, Sharon McAllister, Mar-
iyn Maylone, Gayle Puryear, Bev-
e"lf2Y Mundy, lsalene Pelerson,
Edllh Lee, Sally McRae, Linda Mil-
ler. ROW 2: Ron Lasley, Richard
Loera, Tom Markle, Wall Peebles,
Tom Messer, Murland Miller, Bob
McDowell, John Minsler, Bill Lamm,
Jim Maples, Charles Mollasheld,
Sluarl Mann, Ken Olofson. ROW 3:
Bill Moore, Bob Newell, Jim Mall-
bie, John Ploeqer, Howard McEl-
haney, Tom Nichols, John Odeqard,
Gary MacGuire, Richard Lind-
slrom, Ed Lewis, Ben Lewis, John
Nunes, Gary Lievre, Archie Mor-
ROW l, lefl 'lo righl: Sharon Payne,
Glenda Orlega, Nancy Pinkwarl,
Linda Lee, Janel' Pearce, Judy Mc-
Henry, Ellen Looper, Billie Logan,
Anne Maison, Laurey Parker, Car-
mel Pelland, Sandy Olson, Dina
Podner, Janel Pelrie. ROW 2: Pam
Mealey, Charmaine Omania, Ro-
berla Noe, Carol Pelmas, Lola Ol-
son, Bonnie Mason, Marilyn Mick-
ey, Alberla Mallox, Shirley Lawson,
Sherry Millard, Dale Luomala, Del
Tessandro, Ron Sofge, Jesse Teran.
ROW 3: Dennis Newman, Michael
Murphy, Jerry Loving, Tony Pooler,
Lloyd Liles, Samuel Leonard, Jim
Pringle, Frank Snyder, Jim Parker,
Randy Norris, Jeanne Murray, Dor-
ofhy Lee, Sue Padelford, Enid Ma-
lhias, Jack Rookaird.
ROW l, lefl 'lo righl: Amelia San-
liago, Linda Roller, Ruby Roberl-
son, Gay Richardson, Rifa Romo,
Carol Smifh, Cookie Sweeny, De-
lene Randall, Judy Rath, Donna
Sfeen, Sharon Slaggs, Lura Sloan,
Delores Shuck, Virginia Pahlerson.
ROW 2: Bill Resfuch, Gary Snider,
Bob McElwaine, Bill Lucas, Richard
Smilh, David Rodriguez, Slanley
Sfanlon, Pele Rubio, Bill Nelson,
Bill Small, Clyde Spencer, Larry
Rogers, Bill Silva, Morgan Slon-
ecker. ROW 3: James Sumner,
Flelcher Smiih, Dick Roof, James
Licklifer, Warren Rupf, Don Schoux,
David Shaffer, Tim Pulos, Gary
Smifh, David Shorlen, Bob Ramsey.
Ray Claudie, Donald Roufs, Melvin
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demic? Jinx Adams acquainls fhese
Frosh girls wifh 'lhe mosl popular
room on campus, ll"s "Home,
Sweel Home" lo all iournalism slu-
denfs and all newspaper and year-
book aclivilies are planned and
carried oul' in 'lhis very room. Al
noon, il"s a favorile haunl' of 'fhe
Block "D" boys. Never a dull mo-
menl in Mrs. Helen Lum's famous
and versalile classroom!
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Smilh, Susann Slewarl, Carol Slo.ne,
Lorella Summers, Darlene Smllh.
Deanna Runnion, Sandra Safre, Jo-
lene Spurlcck, Ann Rhodes, Bar-
bara Roe, Susan Redmile, Carole
Sill, Carol Rodgers, Mariorle Sle-
mon. ROW 2: Ralph 5l0ke5. HGIVY
R'sser, Michael Slewarl, Ken Roe,
Gordon Russ, George Sousa, Larry
Ronayne, Augie Sanlos, Joe Sousa,
Jack Rookaird, Bob Sl. Pier-re,
Ralph Rulherlord, Don .SQCl'lSl,
Clyde Rossberg. ROW 3: Jim Ros-
coe, Frank Slich, Nicky Sparks.
.lack Shrarler, John Rubiales, James
Racine, Jim Rawlinson, Howard
Slevens, Edgar Rusl, Sleve Simonds,
Bill Richelieu, John Swidrok, Ceil
Shaefler, Sfeven Shelby.
ROW l,lef1+o righlz Pal Roberson,
Janel Slape, Penny Royal, Harla
Smilh, Sharyle Sloneker, Georgiann
Sloul, Joye Robinson, Nancy Row-
den, Meredifh Skeen, Pal Smilh,
Shirlev Robbins, Sheri Simmons.
Lois Shimmin, Janel Sperling. ROW
2: Linda Sheehan, Joanne Shorl,
Rufh Sweefser, Roberla Seibold,
Barbara Sloner. ROW 3: Roberl Se-
mans, Gary Smilh, Charlie Shockey,
Tom Slaler, Max Shor'l', Jim Shaf-
ling, Keilh Schmidl, Cameron Sper-
ling, Frank Rose, Gene Smasel,
Kenl Sfreel, Gary Silva.
ROW l, lefl 'ro righf: Richard Tier-
ra, Rodena York, Roberta Tomlin,
Anila Wailrovich, Susan Zimpel,
Judy Valbrachl, Judy Zubey, Janice
Williams, Sharon Wesl, Sharon
Wells, Kalhy Wood, Charlofie
Triplelf, Sandy Tenynly, Judi Wal-
ers. ROW Z: Sharon Vanicek, Claud-
effe Thompson, Ida Yamanaka,
Belly Wilson, Mary Louis Wilus,
Margie Zermeno, Sue Van Devenler,
Barbara Thomas, Doris Wood,
Sharon Taylor, Vera Timmerman.
Celia Willwer, Judy Ziegler, Oral
Weeks. ROW 3: Marilyn Yooke, Bill
Wood, Larry Vander Pauwerl, Phyl
Voekx, Dennis Wilhams, Clyde
Young, Andy Zopolos, Charles Ulm,
Sieve Turner, Dennis Venrurini. Jim
While, Dennis Walsh, Kyle Wesl-
over, Sluarl Marlin.
ROW l, lefl fo riqhl: Belly Visper-
as, Arlene Vasconi, Crissie Wilson,
Nancy Wiley, Berfa Tennison, Janel
Taylor, Arlene True, Penny Young,
Kay Wylie, Nona Van Schaack, Car-
ol Thieman, Beverly Tibulski. ROW
2: Lee Tingey, Norman Yales Bob
Wilson, Kenneth Wefzel, David
Wyzard, Mike Thompson, David
Zacharin, Nicky Williams, Eddie
Will, Fred Towers, Sieve Thomas,
Johnny Walsh, Rich Zavala, Waller
Winn, Peler Widner, James Wcod-
row, Jim Wells. ROW 3: Bob Turn-
nu'sl Georoe Wells, Bob Ward, Bob
Uriarle. Frank Womack, Craig Wil-
liams, Ken Wrighf, Jaime Ramirez,
Ronald Voighl, Harry Williams, Jav
Walker, Charles Wanzo, Marshall
Wallace, Bill Thorlon.
A little excited and thrilled after
being chosen Typical Freshmen by
the "Diablo News" staff, Jim Craig
and Barbara Roe finally settled
down for the photographer. All
freshmen orientation classes nomi-
nated a boy and girl from their
class, and news staff voted on the
boy and qirl best suited to repre-
sent the Frosh class.
Freshmen girls wondered whether
or not women would always be the
weaker sex, and they beg the
"Swami" to predict their future.
The cave men and women of this
class opened the show tor the Fresh-
man Assembly, "Through the Ages,"
In order to help the frosh find their
way around "biq Diablo," the sen-
ior student advisers acted as big
brothers and sisters. Gary Espinosa,
boys' representative, and Phyllis
Williams, senior student adviser,
help Melvin Heaps and Gloria Hare
understand the complicated articles
in the Student Body Constitution.
The only hazing still permitted at
Diablo is the traditional shoeshine
routine tor trosh. Each year some
tirst-year people must mirror their
own faces in Senior shoes as these
three are doing.
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queen of the Freshman Class and crowns set upon their young
heads at "Pink Rhapsody," rhe class dance,
The realizafion lhal' leamwork is imporfanl helped lhe Freshman
Class rhrough irs firsf year of high school. This indusfrious group
is The Frosh Cabinef, and members are FRONT ROW, lefl fo
right Pal' Hennessy, Steve Jackson, Archie Morgan, Charlene
Foss. SECOND ROW: Judy Hadden, Sharon Kelly, Mary Jo
Amerson, Margie Ecoffey. BACK ROW: Merlon Miller, Don
Secrisf, Samuel Leonard, Richard Ponce de Leon, Tom Grimes.
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Mr. Jack Ferrari
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Miss Margarel McCradie
Mr. Morlon Ely
Miss Helen Courfrighl'
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Senior Class Adviser,
Senior Class Adviser,
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MRS. JANE TOWNLEY
Senior Class Adviser,
Senior Class Adviser,
Senior Variely Show
MR. CHARLIE KARP
Senior Class Adviser,
MR. WILLIAM RIGGLE
Senior Class Adviser,
Junior Class Adviser,
Junior Class Adviser
MISS HELEN WILBORN
Junior Class Adviser
MR. WALTER KELSON
MR. FURY DALLA
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MISS KAREN NIX
MRS, SUZANNE TUTT
MISS MARY CROUTER
MR. WILLIAM FINCH
Senior Class Adviser,
MRS. MARY LUMPKIN
Senior Class Adviser,
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Always dependable, cheerful, and ready To
assisl sludenfs is Diablo's office sfaff. "Effi-
ciency plus" describes lhese hard working
secrelaries. Filing records, lyping bulletins
and correspondence, operating the swifch-
board, and keeping ihe arlendance records
are rusl a few of lheir many acfiviries. They
also receive and direcl' visilors lhrough lhe
school lhus serving as an imporlanl link
belween Diablo and The public. They are
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Kathryn Morgan, Mrs.
Pauline Bechrold, Mrs. Millie Verslraelen,
Mrs. Mickie Bozarlh, Mrs. Winnie Rup-
prechf, Mrs. Katherine Johnson, Mrs. Olive
Beeler, Mrs. Eunice Matheson, Mrs. Verline
Weslbrook, and Mrs. Thelma Pimenlal.
Spagherli, baked beans, apple pie, or iusl
plain hor dogs, sfudenfs can always find
somelhing fo Their iasles in The school cafe-
teria and in The doghouse. Economical and
nufririous menus were planned daily by lhe
members of Diablo's kirchen staff. Responsi-
ble for fhe preparalion of ihose culinary
delicacies are FRONT ROW, lefl' lo right:
Mrs. Shirley Landrum, Mrs. Bobbie Dage-
neau, Mrs. Margarel' Trelrle. BACK ROW:
Mrs. Bernice Harlzell, Mrs. Florence Olan-
der, Mrs. Evelyn Belka, Mrs. Helen Luenser.
NOT PlCTURED: Mrs. Hazel DeFra+us.
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Our sfudenls were assured rides 'lo school
if lhey lived far from lhe Diablo campus.
Every morning lhese bus drivers would pick
up sludenls and deliver lhem lo school, and
afler classes were complefed, would lake
Them home again. These bus drivers boasl
a no-accidenl' record. They are FRONT
ROW, lefl' lo righl: Mr. Ray Olofson, Mr.
Gary Nierhake, Mr. Ted Eggerl, Mrs. Elsie
Spencer, Mr. James Pharr, Mr. Richard
Cole, Mr. Herberl' Verslraefen, Mr. Kennelh
Gilliam. BACK ROW: Mrs. Tillie Lowe, Mrs.
Debbie Graham, Miss Geraldine Hall, Mrs.
Maryanne Cochrane, Mrs. Marlha Mellon,
Mrs. Ruby Dealon Urs. B:-rnadine McKav,
Mrs. Kafherine Wilson, Mrs. Mildred Dal-
lon, Mrs. Billie Whifney, Mrs. Helen Dal-
fon, Mrs. Ruby Foreman, Mrs. Eslher Reeves,
Mrs. Willa Barry, Mrs. Lena Lucido.
Working behind fhe scene, fhese cuslodians
play an essenlial par? in keeping Ml. Diablo
buildings and grounds near and clean.
Members of lhe s'raf'f are FRONT ROW,
lefl 'lo riqhlz Jim McLaughlin Porfablest
Frank Leiby, Commercial Building: Fred
Haviland, Head Cuslodiang Val Cooper,
swimming pool: Gusfave Hokanson, Shop
Building. BACK ROW: Luigi Pino, Garden-
erg William Osecheck, Academic Building
and Arl' Building, John Paulos, English
Building and Music Building: Joseph Gua-
iardo, Boys' and Girls' Gyms, Alberf Lu-
pori, Adminisfralion Building: Arlhur
Young, Science Building and lhe Doghouse.
The Academic Building, our newest and one of the mosf
attractive structures on c mpus looks out over the beauty
Many local colleges and universities recognize Mt. Diablo's
Language Department as one of the finest in this area.
The Math Department has also turned out some brilliant
"brains." Among the teachers in this group are FRONT
ROW, left to right: Mr. Hart Fairclough, math, Mr, Richard
Wisowaty, math, Mr. Jack Smullen, math and activity,
Mr, Darrell Westover, math, Mr. Albert Shulte, math.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. lola O'Grady, foreign language and
counseling, Dr. Carolyn Ross, foreign language, Miss Peggy
Reid, commercial and foreign language, Mr. Wayne Pipes,
math, Miss Mary Croufer, foreign language. BACK ROW:
Mr. Archie McEwing, math, Miss Amelia Truitt, foreign
language, Miss Ruth Galindo, foreign language, Mr. Loyd
Moore, math and counseling, Mr. John Rienhart, math.
Anyone having a tendency To create images in paper gets
an opportunity to test their aptitude by taking the courses
offered for art. These artistic-minded people probably
spend most of their creative time in the seclusion of fhe
Art Building, facing the Quad.
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their enthusiasm on to the students. They are FRONT ROW
left to right: Mr. Eldo Bianchi, mechanical drawing' Miss
Mariorie Silva, arf, Mr, William Finch, arf, Mr. Giegi-ge
Arrnsfronq, mechanical drawing.
The inslruclors of lhese courses are FRONT ROW, leff lo
righl: Miss Mary Nicewander, commercial, Mr. Roberl
Kling, commercial, Mrs. Marilyn Coslello, social sludles,
Miss Leora Bishop, commercial, Mrs. Norma While, social
sludies. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Marion Hilliard, social
sludies, Miss Belly Sullivan, commercial and aclivily, Mrs.
Mary Lumpkin, English, Miss Evelyn Mumma, social
sludies and counseling, Mrs. Belly Courlney, social sludies
and counseling. THlRD ROW: Mrs. Grace Townley, social
sludies, Mrs. Grace Powell, social sludies, Miss Helen
Courlrighl, commercial and counseling, Miss Dorolhy Ja-
cobus, commercial and counseling, Miss Dorolhy Dodge,
commercial and l.W.E. coordinalor. BACK ROW: Mr.
Morlon Ely, social sludies, counseling, Mr. Alan Geller-
mann, social sludies, Mr. William Morris, driver educa-
lion and social sludies, Mr. George Barber, commercial,
Mr. Leslie Dunnells, social sludies, Mr. Fury Dalla, social
sludies, Mr. Phillip Freund, science.
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The Commercial and Social Sfudies Building is lwo sfories,
in which lhe firsl floor houses foreign language and social
sludies classrooms, fhe second floor is reserved for all
inleresled in learning business and commercial subI9Ci5-
English leachers slress lileralure, composilion, grammar
and lhe abilily lo use lhe library for lhe sake of refer-
ences. Teachers in lhe English field are FRONT ROW, lefl
lo righl: Mrs. Flora Thompson, English and special, Miss
Karen Nix, English, Mrs. Frances Kidd, English and com-
mercial, Mrs. Jane Roy, English, Miss Alma Couchman,
English. SECOND ROW: Miss Helen Wilborn, English,
Mrs. Harvey Berman, English, Mr. Jack Ferrari, special,
Mrs. Hildred Garrison, English, Mr. James Millard, driver
educalion, Mrs. Helen Lum, English. BACK ROW: Mrs.
Nancy Piedmonle, English, Mrs. Sally Nero, English and
driver educalion, Miss Evelyn Brubaker, library, Mr. Harold
Godchaux, English: Miss Margarel McCradle, English and
counseling, Mrs. Marion Early, English.
Lilerary minds are enriched in lhe English Building. Four
years of English courses are recommended for college
preparalory sludenls and all sludenls are required lo lake
'lhree years in order lo graduale.
The Gym is lhe building where football sfars, baskefball
enfhusiasfs, and other sporf fiends spend fh9"',le'5ul:e
time as well as fheir regular period of P.E. during T E
The following insfrucfors are concerned wifh lhe body-
Iimbering and muscle-building acfivifies of fhe Diablo
sfudenfs. Piclurecl here are FRONT ROW, leff io righf:
Miss Barbara Freer, Miss Jessie Falconer, Miss Beffy
Hawk, school nurse: Miss Kaiia Liefuviefus. Mrs. Jeanne
Duerksen. BACK ROW: Mr. Doug Smifh, Mr. Carl Ana-
clerio, Mr. Hari Fairclough, Mr. William Powell, Mr.
Charlie Karp, Mr. Lesfer Williams.
Oul of 'these porfa's driff familiar s+ra'ns of music sfarfing
wilh symphonies fo lhe unbeafalzfe loudness of iazz.
Musicians' spirifs are born and flourish here in fhe Music
Building, as 'lhey devofedly pracfce day affer day.
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Singers and musicians are encouraged and skillfully laugh!
by FRONT ROW, leff fo righf: Miss Margaref Carfwrighf,
English and Musicg Mr. George Prall, Music and Social
Sfudiesg Mrs. Mary Lowry, Music. Nof picfured here is
Mr. James Arnold, deparlmenf chairman.
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The leachers who work in fhe Science Building are FRONT
ROW, lefl lo righlz Miss Margarel' Sayles, homemakingp
Mrs. Suzanne Tuff, homemakingp Mrs. Dorofhy Henderson,
science and counseling, Mr. Waller Kelson, science, Mr.
Norman Goldstein, science, Mr. Rufus Johnson, science,
BACK ROW: Mrs. Elvera Curless, homemakingg Miss Elyse
Duklaz, homemakingg Mr. Jonafhan Warren, science: Miss
Margaref Jory, homemakingg Mr. William Toaspern, sci-
ence, Mr. Simon Simonian, science.
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Cuffing, pinning, sewing, and basfing were done-in fhe
clofhing classes, and deleclable dishes of a varlefy of
recipes were crealed in the foods classes in fhe Science
Building. Upslairs busy making ammonia and carefully
dissecfing frogs, sludcnls sludied lhe arfs of Science.
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ROW, lefl 'lo righh Mr. Orville Beulel, induslrial arfsg
Miss Rose Polsinelli, induslrial arlsg Mr. Duaine Egglesfon,
driver educafion, indusirial arls. BACK ROW: Mr. Donald
Johnslone, indusfrial arlsg Mr. Wilson Landrum, lnduslrlal
arisg Mr. Terry McDaniel, indusfrial arls.
The new shop building provides opporlunilies 'lo sfudenls
who have an oulslanding lalenl' for working wilh melal,
wood, lea'l'her and copper. Such induslrial arf courses as
mefil Shop. wood Shop, machine shop, welding shop,
and crafls, are laughf.
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The sTudenT council has been hard aT worlc since
The TirsT meeTing which was held AugusT 28.
Did you say we haven'T accomplished anyThing?
Well leT's lisTen in on a Typical sTudenT council meeT-
ing and see iusT whaT These busy oTTicers oT ours have
I, STeve Borcli, have called The meeTing To order.
SecreTary Sharon AbboTT is busy ioTTing down noTes.
NexT we have oTTicer reporTs: Vice-PresidenT Ron Ti-
bulslciz There have been eighT I-louse oT RepresenTa-
Tive meeTings This year. Boys' and Girls' RepresenTa-
Tives Gary Espinosa and Dianne Evans: The iunior boys
and The senior girls have been geTTing along Tine.
I'lead Yell Leader Abe Garcia: Diablo won The over-
all sporTsmanship Trophy Tor This year. ChieT JusTice
Warren Moore: STudenT CourT has proven To be quiTe
successTul This year, noTice how neaT The campus has
been laTely? Sales and Finance Commissioner Clinl'
McInTosI1: We received S2000 Trom The magazine
drive. Public RelaTions Commissioners Len Lanfranco
and Jinx Adams: There were 28,900 acTion-paclced
copies OT The Diablo News prinTed This year. Clubs
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and Finance Commissioner
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Commissioner Penny Mills: SI9569 was Talcen in Trom
This year's clubs' assembly. Social ATTairs Commis-
sioner Robin Kling: The Bermuda Bounce was a big
success, so were a Tew boys The nexT day. Program
Commissioner Rosalie Johnson: The assembly Tor This
week will be The InTerclass Relays, please remain
seaTed unTil The juniors come in. Grounds Commis-
sioner Ron CaTalclo: The Trosh really did a Terriiic
iob oT cleaning up This year. Buildings Commissioner
Dick KiTowslci: There has been a new speed limiT seT
in The buildings. Senior RepresenTaTive Verle Sidwell:
The TirsT car saTeTy checlc was held aT Diablo This year.
Junior RepresenTaTiye RoberTa Berglund: The junior
carnival and The Jr. Prom were successTul. Sophomore
RepresenTaTive Joe ParTanslcy: Poles have been
placed aT Danny's Den in order To lceep The lunch
lines sTraighT. Frosh RepresenTaTive Archie Morgan:
The Trosh TooTball Team was undeTeaTed This year.
And so go reporTs aT a Typical sTudenT council
Yours very Truly,
STudenT Body Presideni
GARY ESPINOSA RON CATALDO ARCHIE MORGAN.
Boys Represenfahve Grounds Commissioner Freshman Represenfahve
SHARON ABBOTT ROBIN KLING ROSALIE JOHNSON
Secretary Social Affairs Commissioner Program Commissioner
FirsT Semesfer Public
Second Semesfer Public
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As upperclassmen, the seniors were looked to for guidance
in school affairs. From their two years of experience, these
g councilmen were able to foresee problems and their pos-
es u . TJ A sible outcomes. Freshman, sophomore, and junior mem-
, , bers were eager to aid in promoting outstanding student
i ,lain 5 government. Complaints and suggestions were handled so
5 '11 ' that Diablo would become an institution founded on the
fy -, . ideas of the majority. Members of the student council
i 3.1 5 - ' ian A Q 1 are FRONT ROW, left to right: Penny Mills, clubs com-
Q ' ' '- ' ' . J' missioner, Robin Kling, social affairs commissioner,
l I ., Sharon Abbott, secretary, Steve Bordi, president, Ron
l - . T , V 1 Tibulski, vice-president, Warren Moore, chief justice,
1, ' l . . ' if, - , . , Lennie Lanfranco, first semester public relations commis-
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if , Sr Vgg, ,1 X 5 .jr ' sioner, Abe Garcia, head yell leader, Sid Sidwell, senior
f ' 3 ., ' Y representative, Archie Morgan, freshmen representative,
' , - V- , . Dick Kitowski, buildings commissioner, Judy Adams,
A -Y A V second semester public relations commissioner, Dianne
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Each homeroom on campus elected a representative to
meet as a group and discuss all school activities. In this
way, each student was informed of the goings-on around
Diablo. The House of Representatives met once a month
to discuss student problems and complaints and find
solutions. Those who represented their homerooms first
semester are FRONT ROW, left to right: Joy Archibald
Nancy Mitchell, Carol Groene, Mary Lou Robertson, Nancy
Wiley, Beverlee Dutra, Oval Lee Atnip, Mary Lou Tilley
Audrey Simpson. SECOND ROW: Charlene Foss, Owen
Cardinet, Ray Rogers, Bill Spencer, Nlilte Mealy, Charlie
Jones, Garrett Sabona, Neil Roberson, Kirk Bowman
Stan Moore, Clifford Cartwright, THIRD ROW: Geraldine
Gajarin, Alice Riley, Linda Baker, Clyde Luomala, Ken
Mitchell, Clint McIntosh, Ed Zickefoose, Jerry Under
wood, Rona Moore, Jean Tate. FOURTH ROW: Craig Wil
liams, Dick Kitowski, Ann Angel, Nancy Hrbacek nn
Rhodes, Barbara Barns, Arlene Moore, Pat Nlarlcovich
Jewell Sanders, Ann Horsefall, Ray Riccobuono, George
Darrow. BACK ROW: Rod Atnip, Bob Bradford, Bill
Gainer, Bruce McChesney, Marlin Shanks, Ron Cataldo
Jim Bartneck, Larry Hollinger, Doug Andersen, Gordon
Silva, Susan Jackson.
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All students at Diablo were informed of the Student
Council activities due to the efficiency of student body
secretary, Sharon Abbott, Each week she would type up
the minutes of the council meeting, and then spend one
to two hours running a ditto machine to make sure all
homerooms would receive a copy. Besides all this work,
Sharon answered all school correspondence.
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Rosalie Johnson, program commissioner, is no unfamiliar
face to Diablo students. Each week she steps before the
microphone in the assembly, poised, calm, and attractive,
to introduce the entertainers for the week. With the
assistance of her adviser, Nlrs. Mary Lumpkin, she planned
a whole year's assembly schedule as well as arranged for
acts for exchange assemblies with near-by schools.
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Traffic violations, defacing school property, and messing
the campus grounds were some of the offenses tried by
the Student Court. Defendants were placed on trial and,
if proven guilty, sentenced a certain number of hours to
work on campus. Keeping justice at Mt. Diablo are the
members of the court. FRONT ROW, left to right: Joe
Partansky, Roberta Berglund, Sid Sidwell, Warren Moore,
Carol Bucher. BACK ROW: Paul Bengston, Jerry West,
Al Allison, Archie Morgan, John Bologni.
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Did you ever once try to crowd in line at the brunch
stands or the doghouse? Chances are you never get away
with it, because no sooner would you get in line than
you'd get right out again! Those alert Sophomore Service
kids never missed a chance. They realized their duties,
and our brunch and lunch lines were neat and orderly this
year. Members are FRONT ROW, left to right: Merlin
Zimmerly, Linda Machado, Maureen Cardinet, Miriam
McDonald, Donna Maher, Barbara Riley, Brigitte lVluhm,
Carol Philipson, Linda Dally, Toni Smith, Marlene Dawe,
Roslyn Goldstein, Janet Cook, Webb Hadden. SECOND
ROW: Mary Clark, Pat Erman, Pam Dowell, Susan Jack-
son, Dixie Allison, Noel Humphries, Sonja Halvorsen,
Carol Hieb, Joe Partansky, Carolyn Bengston, Jerry Mc-
Kay, Peter Schlaman, Ann Horsefall, Donna Bartneck,
Sharon Graham, Shirley Johnson, Gall Taylor, Sheri
To help promote that fanicns Diablo pep and spirit, the
y Coninnltee under lhe direction ol Abe Garcia,
staged tremendous rallies which featured skits and plenly
cf good loud cheering. Nleinbers are FRONT ROW, left
io right Penny Perry, Ann Rutherford, Barbara Grice,
Judy Sinds Barha a Riley, Mary Ann Dorsey, Sheri Sinitli,
Janet Pimental Pal lVledlin, Saundra Nelson, lVlr. Jack
Sniullen adviser SECOND ROW: Pat Hansen, Dona Col-
ten Juanita Skinner, Carol Holman, Sue Nloore, Pat
Elkins Phyllis Williams, Dianna llllilburn, Connie Horn-
back Janice Whrsler. BACK ROW: Nikki Lonac, Nlarilyn
Hanson Nancy Keller, Carol Bengston, Pete Padelford,
lVlarlon Shanks John Golshall, Pam Dowell, Beverly Bar-
nell., Abe Garcia.
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l'Try to transform the Girls' Gym into a mad Mardi Gras
scene or a football field." Performing the impossible was
the Dance Committee, which hosted all school dances.
Members are FRONT ROW, left to right: Yvonne Bisso,
Judy Riggs, Roberta Berg'u rl Ida Yamamoto, Nancy
Cathy Kelley, Judi Reed, Noel Humphries. SECOND ROW:
Pat Fletcher, Janet Parker, Judy Laughlin, Kimi Tahira,
Judy Riggs, Roberta Berglncd. Ida Yamamoto Nancy
Itaneri, Sandy Scarborough. BACK ROW: Jewell Sanders,
Judy Adams, Barbara Racine, Vickie Pratt, Elin Bjork,
Pam Stremel, Lucy Domrguez.
Through the leadership of these students, Mt. Diablo's
clubs took a very prominent position in our schcol's extra-
curricular activities. Besides handling their individual
club affairs, these members contributed to the success
of the clubs assembly, "Clubs Convention," in January.
Each club sponsored an act and as a result, the student
body witnessed an entertaining assembly. Club presidents
are FRONT ROW, left to right: Don Bo, Boys' Modern
Dance, Dick Kitowski, Buildings Committee, Robin Kling,
Dance Committee, Ann Rutherford, Swim Club, Ruth Lar-
sen, Business Club, Connie Stevens, Junior Red Cross,
Dianne Evans, Senior Student Advisers, Mary Beth Lau-
rence, Ski Club, Nancy Itanen, Diablo '57. SECOND ROW:
Sue Sweeney, G.A.A., Ida Yamamoto, Sales and Finance
Committee, Gary Espinosa, Senior Student Advisers, Walt
Fletcher, Stage Crew, Edith Carlston, Language Club,
Lennie Lanfranco, Diablo News, Gus Ginocchio, Latin
Club, BACK ROW: Clint McIntosh, Sales and Finance
Committee, Abe Garcia, Rally Committee, Wayne Kelly,
Radio Club, Jim Towell, Junior Statesman, Harold Bartke,
Industrial Arts, Ron Cataldo, Grounds Committee, Chuck
Johnston, Jazz Club, Pam Stremel, C.S.F.
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If you were never hit by a car in our crosswalks, it's
because you knew the Senior Service members were there
to stop the oncoming cars. The other half cf the Senior
Service Ccmmittee, the Senior Bus Committee, enforced
the bus laws and made the school buses safe to ride on.
Members are FRONT ROW, left to right: Bill Hubbard,
Bob Williams, Mike McKinney, Ervin Hotz, Joe Davis,
John Peterson, Martin Allen, Sue Bordeaux, Sally Rose,
Ida Yamamoto, Sheila Bradley, Jane Lamson, Peggy
Baker, Pat Erman. SECOND ROW: Bob Hedges, Jeff
Moore, Don White, Dick Bolcerek, Bob Carlson, Al Bolden,
Carol Rowney, Judy Nelson, Lynn Jones, Pat Hansen,
Claudia Carzino, Carol Clark, Joyce Cox, Linda Acree,
Sales and Finance
Assisfanf Sales and
Money doesn't grow on trees, as any member of the Sales and Finance Committee can tell you. As a resultpf their- hard work and
enthusiastic campaigning, student body card sales totaled more than 80 per cent. They assisted the commissioner in planning the
school budget and operated the school bank. Members of the committee are FRONT ROW, left to right: Sharon Abbott, Carol
Holman, Janelle Spencer, Anna lVlattos, Carol Cooper, Alice Gay, Linda Curtis. SECOND ROW: Pat Hansen, JoAnn Muegel, Anita
Conley, Penny Band, Ida Yamamoto, Carol Clark, Penny Swenney, Elin Bjork, Clint lvlclntosh. BACK ROW: Carol Bucher, Arlene
Nloore, Dorothy Grammont, Barbara Racine, lVlrs. Dorothy Dodge, adviser, Gayle lvleese, Billie Garrett, Joyce Cox, Peggy Baker,
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fewer accidents in our buildings. Each entrance and exit was guarded by two alert students. Those who contributed to the safety
of our buildings are FRONT ROW, left to right: Dick Kitovvski, Judy Neville, Sandy Thomas, Jimmie Rae Jones, Linda Silva, Gary
Cartright. SECOND ROW: Penny Perry, Yvonne Bisso, Roberta Berglund, Beverly Dutra, Pat Putnam, Elin Bjork. THIRD ROW:
-Rusty Baumrucker, Bill Nlarshall, Pat Fletcher, Glenda Cowden, Rita Kabot, Carol Burton, Deanna Sheldon, Connie Hornback. BACK
ROW: Dale Brazil, Rich Nisonger, John Gotshall, Vickie Pratt, Charlotte Schwartz, Dianne Nlilburn, Lucy Dominguez.
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Recognize the garbage cans? They may be empty now, but before these busy members of Freshmen Service got finished, they were
filled to the brim and our campus was spotlessly clean. Members of the committee are FRONT ROW, left to right: Ron Cataldo,
George Sousa, Mr. Jack Smullen, adviser, Charles Shockey, Dennis Slate. SECOND ROW: Charmaine Omania, Frances Catambay, Ida
Yamanaka, Adde Avansino, Penny Royal, Judy McHenry, Marilyn York, Margie Ecof-fey. THIRD ROW: Judy Jones, Cathy Emery,
Frances DeRosa, Laurie Weeks, Pat Smith, Shirley Robbins, Sharon Jones, Pat l-lennessey, Beverley Munday, Sharon West. BACK
ROW: Barbara Roe, Charlotte Triplett, Nancy Hrbacek, Oral Weeks, Barbara Brooks, Dick Ellsworth, Joan Brazil, Margo Sieman,
Barbara Barnes, Charlene Foss.
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If the freshmen never got lost on our campus this year, it was because these Senior Student Advisers showed them around. They
made it clear that the Commercial Building wasn't the English Building and vice-versa, where to go for a tardy, and best of all,
where the deans' offices were located. The Senior Student Advisers are FRONT ROW, left to right: JoDee Sobotka, Saundra Nelson,
Karen Simpson, Jeanne Trevarrow, Ruthi Crain, Ann Rutherford, Darlene Fulton, Barbara Grice, Alice Gay, Cathy Kelley, Sheila
Bradley, Charlotte Quigley. SECOND ROW: Berta Keeble, Sue Sweeney, Ida Yamamoto, Barbara Racine, Pat Hansen, Jinx Adams,
Judy Nelson, June Morgan, Dianne Evans, Rod Moore. THIRD ROW: Rod Atnip, Art Pargament, Gary Espinosa, Phyllis Williams,
Jewell Sanders, Edith Carlston, Carol Bucher, Pam Stremel, Gayle Meese, June Garlick, Joyce Cox, Ray Rogers. FOURTH ROW: Roger
Freeman, Chuck Johnston, Steven Burks, Jim Towell, Clyde Thompson, Mel Redfield, Curt Thrasher, Mike Carpenter, George
Manlove. BACK ROW: Jeff Moore, Bob Hedges, Dave Armstrong, Ted Tahira, Jerry West, Bob Bradford, John Turner, Dave Stafford,
Merle Marshall, Lee Vaughn.
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The committee coordinated the three school publications: newspaper, yearbook, and "Reflections" This committee just formed in
the spring semester. Each member represented some phase of school activity that requires publicity on its activities. Members are
'FRONT ROW, left to right: Isabel Catambay, assistant editor, Diablo '57, Hatsy Nakagaki, junior vice-president, Lennie Lanfranco,
'lReflections" manager, Nancy Itanen, editor, Diablo '57, Penny Mills, clubs commissioner. BACK ROW: Judy Adams, editor,
Diablo News, Dave Armstrong, editor, Diablo News, Loyal Miner, Block UD" president.
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Since Student Council members were always busy, these teachers assisted various council members in carrying out their duties.
These sponsors are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Paul Stoner, student court, Mr. Jack Smullen, rally committee, Miss Dorothy Dodge,
sales and finance committee and secretary, Miss Bette Sullivan, student service committee. Not pictured: Mrs, Irmgard Cox,
Mrs. Jeanne Duerksen, Mr. Norm Kestner, Mrs. Helen Lum, Mrs. Mary Lumpkin, Miss Evelyn Mumma, and Mrs. Norma White.
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MR. PETE KRAMER
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With keen noses for news, these Diablo News reporters scouted up scoops, tracked down information and racked their brains
for unusual leads to feature in news stories. Striving bimonthly to meet their copy deadline, staff members have had some close
calls. The reporters who deserve recognition are FRONT ROW, left to right: Art Pargament, Nancy Itanen, Alice Flori, Ginny Cordero.
SECOND ROW: Ray Rogers, llTab" Laurence, Kathy Warren, Pat Fletcher, Robin Kling, Cathy Kelley, Sheila Hughes, Ida Yamamoto,
Sue Moore, Lennie Lanfranco, THIRD ROW: Roger Smith, Ken Ellingsen, Denny Mason, Jerry West, Bev Dutra, Jinx Adams,
Darlene Fulton, Jo Anne Butler, Billie Garrett, Barbara Racine, Elwyn Archibald. BACK ROW: Don White, Dick Petrie, Jeff Morgan,
Jerry Lively, John Gideon, Dave Stafford, Mel Redfield, Dick Kitowski, Dick Bolcerek, Lee Brown, and Dave Armstrong.
Getting ads, making money, yearbook sales, making money, distributing yearbooks, making money, balancing the books, making
money-these were only a few tasks of the staff. Four picture days were planned and that meant picture passes, looking up home-
rooms, delivering passes-and after the pictures arrived, identifying faces, spelling names right, cropping pictures--work and more
work. But the staff came through and the Diablo '57 is now a finished product. Members of the yearbook staff are FRONT ROW
left to right: Gayle Meese, Ed Zickefoose, Jane Lamson, Gean Spessard, Trudy Blythe. SECOND ROW: Beverley Fairfield, Carol
'Rowney, Pat Erwin, Gail Duckhorn, Nancy Itanen. THIRD ROW: Donna Van Pelt, Judy Nelson, Darlene Fulton, Sheila Hughes, Bruce
McChesney, Gordie Silva, Don Bo, Jewell Sanders, Mrs. Helen Lum, adviser. BACK ROW: Mary Weisinger, Dick Bolcerek, Keith
McKenzie, Dave Armstrong, Jerry Narberes, Dale Pedersen, Bob Carlson, Ray Tierney.
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1. The four Diablo journalists and adviser who attended the Seattle Press
Conference are pictured here at the Saturday afternoon luncheon at the Uni-
versity of Washington. lVlr, Howard Brier, president of the conference, is pic-
tured standing across the table lrorn the Diablo students and llllr. Kenneth
Dodson, author of 'Away All Boats" who joined the Concord group for the shot.
2. Paste-up is the most nerve-wrackinq part of putting out an issue of the
school paper. Sometimes this rob depends upon whether or not the paper will
come out on time. lt is ri harassing experience, involving sticky paste, sharp
scissors, and requiring an alert mind, 3. lVlrs. Lum has the responsibility of
checking all copy to be sent to tht- printer, Dick Bolcerek depends upon her
iudgment and advice as she reads his sports story. Each member of the News
Staff must learn how to write a good lead and head and stick to the llSix
Vtl's" of newspaper writing. 4. These students banned together and formed a
new branch of school publications-the Literary Nlagazine. Students were
urged to submit their manuscripts to he published in "Reflections" The staff
members are left to righti Rob Gorden, Dave Armstrong, Pat Nlarkovich, Jeff
Illlorgan, Jinx Adams, Len Lanfranco, Kathy Warren, and Roger Emanuels. 5.
The class reporters were a new addition to the "Diablo News" staff. Each
edition, these cubs would submit an article about class activities, gossip, and
athletic achievements. Underclassmen especially found the llClass Cuts" column
interesting. The reporters are Jim Craig, Freshman Class, Kathy Warren, Jun-
ior Class, and Becky NlcLaughlin, Sophomore Class. 6. To be a member ofthe
Quill and Scroll society at Diablo is an honor. Outstanding and extra hard
work is necessary before one receives his pin. Jinx Adams, spring editor, Len
Lanfranco, fall editor, and Robin Kling, staff member, all earned their
awards as juniors. 7. Financing a school newspaper can sometimes be a problem,
but with such efficient ad managers as Jeff Morgan tcenterl, the staff has few
worries. Because of the amount of ads, the l'Diablo News" is a six-page edition
every other edition. Jinx and Dave, spring co-editors, have complete faith in
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1. Sometimes the only serious-minded person on the yearbook staff is the
assistant editor. Taking pictures on underclassmen day was tiring, so some of
the staff took a rest. But not Izzyg she's worried about the identification of
the juniors! 2. These benches in which the helpers are seated served a mighty
useful purpose the first annual picture day. lVIrs. Lum and the staff sneaked a
tlsit-down" while waiting for additional helpers to arrange the next fifty-two
freshmen for the next picture. 3. This is an editor's nightmare of the first
picture day of the annual class. After the last and final picture had been
snapped, everyone just sort of went wi'd with relief. it was hard work, but
everyone got out of class, so who cared! 4. Whether it's selling annuals, making
out picture passes, or writing captions for pictures, the yearbook staff was
busy all year long. One half of the staff spend the entire period doing all the
Hbook work" and the other half left school to seek the ev ' i
5. Every staff member has a job when the photographer come:rtoIT3l?etS?gtu1:?
Jerry takes off a few minutes from the 'lbooksf' Ed leaves his sports duties'
and Nan quits writing copy, to hefp Hal lvatgon Snap Candids around the
school. 6. The yearbook staff boasts two Quill and Scroll members as well as
the News class. Izzy Catambay, assistant editor and Nancy ltanen editor
earned their honors as yearbook workers last year. This year Izzy entered gg
Quill and Scroll essay contest and earned national honorable mention award
Zgollilogalgerefs a picture to show just how industrious the members of the yearl
pictured are-the underclassmen must wonder how the Diablo '57
ever got published! But, lVlrs. Lum kept everyone on his toes, and herels your
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Sfaff members found fhe following camera shy Teachers: Miss Rnfh Galindo, Foreign Language Depf, head, Miss
Peggy Reid, Spanish, Mr, William Powell, English and P.E.g Mr. Philip Freund, Science, Miss Mary Croufer, Foreign
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Mrs. Grace Powell and Mr. Darrell Wesfover. fhe Foofball Squad af a special luncheon given in fheir
Other shy faculfy members are Mr. Rufus Johnson, Science Depf., Mr. Bruce Iverson, Ff.E., Mr. Orval Sfeffens, Coun-
seling and Social Sfudiesg Mr. Emrys Davis, P.E., and Mr. Elmer Sundqulsl, English and Drivers Educafion.
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school with terrific school spirit. These kids
put ln many hours of practice, perfecting
new yells and routines. Our yell leaders are
TOP T0 BOTTOM: Abe, Pat, Tab, and Annie
Abe and Tab leap high in the air as they
encourage the students to yell at one of the
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Cheering their favorite team on to victory,
Pat and Annie represented Diablo's tremen-
dous school spirit at all the football and
basketball games. These girls personified
pep and vivacity with their original routines.
"Here come the Diablo Devils" was the cry
the rooting section took up when the pom-
pon girls began their routine. These four
girls were chosen from an overwhelming
crowd of Diablo girls. Their new dance step
and style brought favorable comment from
members of the student body. FRONT ROW,
Sheila and Pat do an enthusiastic jump as
the student body finishes yelling Drum Yell
No. 1. These girls added flash and sparkle at
the football and basketball games this year.
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Sheila and Phyllis.
Phyllis and Barbara kick high and at the
same time urge students to clap their hands
as the rally band plays one ol its pep songs.
These girls really added to the spirit of
Diablo this year with their gay red and green
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Showing high speed, skill, and Terrific sporfs-
manship, The players af The basketball assembly
drive The crowd wild wiTh Their acTion-packed
game beTween The "Diego Dips" and The "Por-
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Spiril is someTimes an overused word. Bul
Diablo sTudenTs were enThusiasTic and spiriied
enough This year during baskefball season To
win The D.V.A.L. baskefball sporfsmanship
Trophy, "SpiriT" leader, Abe Garcia, proudly
accepTs iT on behalf of The sTudenT body.
Here comes The rally band, and The
crowd sTarTs gaThering around af noon
To have a sponTaneous rally, SpiriT was
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To add gay and "loud" spice, Mr. Arnold and his Sfralw-
haTTers liven up our rallies and baskeTball games wifh
Their iazzy rhyThm and harmony.
Anolher one of The Diablo "greaTs" are The DevileT'Tes. Even
on The coldesT nighT of a foofball game on The field and
The sTuf'HesT nigh? of a baskeTball game in The gym couldn'T
keep The girls from slowing down. They were always ready
To splash Their pornpons as They performed Their rouTines.
Donna Bo, alluring sl'ar of "Smokey Joe's Cafe" and ad-
mirers Gary, Sid, Rod, and Bill broughl' honors lo The
Block "D" by winning ihe second place award al 'lhe
"Clubs Convenl'ion." These falenfedlfli dancers were in
demand for enferiainmenf 'lhe enlire year.
ll isn'l as easy as il' looks! This year's gymnBSflC
leam presenled a "Three-Ring Circus" assembly
Ifealuring acrobalsl during lhe fall sernesler.
Busy as bees, they also provided enlerfalnmenl
al' half lime af our home baskefball games.
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Probably fhe mosl' solemn buf beauriful assembly pre-
sented annually is fhe Chrisfmas Pageant Re-enacfing 'l'he
Chrislmas slory, 'the drama and music deparimenfs combine
their lalenfs fo help sfudenls get the Chrisfmas spiril
before leaving for vacafion.
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Conceri' Band!" Mr. Arnold direcls lhe band
during fhe assembly which is presenfed each
spring. This year 'lhe band proudly fealured
'lunes by Cole Porler as ils lheme music.
Sid and Maudie whirl, bounce, and
swing lo illuslrale lhe "iiH'erbug,"
probably 'lhe mosl' popular dance al
Diablo lhis year. Here, lhey are shown
performing in fhe Sludenl Council as-
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The Christmas Formal is the most romantic dance of the year. The girls arrive with stardust in their hair as well as
their eyes and it is a breathless sight to see such a rainbow of colors in tormals. Naturally, the boys are uncomfortable,
but handsome in their new suits, and the room smells of scented flowers, each girl wearing a corsage of her own,
"Pink Rhapsody" was an appropriate theme for the
frosh dance. This energetic little class kept in with
the theme with pink streamers, music notes, a pepper-
mint palace, and even pink lemonade. The only thing
that was different was the "Blue Tones" who played
for the occasion. But, the atmosphere of their music
created more than made the dance memorable.
"Athlete's Pete" invited all feet to its ana
nual Block "D" dance, This was the men's
dance and they not only escorted Diablo
girls to the event, but also made all the
decorations and provided all entertainment,
The girls were impressed at the originality
and cleverness of the athletic Block "D"
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couple at "Stardust," the Christmas
dance, December I4. Hal Matson, the
professional school photographer had
couples pose before his camera for
dance shots. Almost fifty couples had
the same idea, and each had a souvenir
from the dance-a photograph to re-
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"Dream along wifh me, I'm on my way fo a slar . . . " Many couples as Marfy and Rosalie did iusl fhal' af lhe
One day fhe seniors gof acfive, and
many couples began fo dance in fhe
quad for fun. Dancing af noon has
been encouraged in fhe lasf fwo years
and finally no one could resisf moving
his feel' when LiHIe Richard sang
Chrisfmas Formal. This was cerfainly fhe dance of fhe year. The sophomores sef up a swing in the clouds lo sif and
dream on. Perhaps many wishes came frue, as many affended fhe nexl dance in February.
The "Bermuda Bounce" offered fhe mosf
fun of all fhe school dances for Di Hi slu-
denfs. lf was a girl-ask-boy affair, and
the gals didn'l' wasfe lime in snagging
dafes. Everyone came decked ouf in fhe
fancies? of bermudas, and Iafer fhe boys
decided fo confinue fhe fad. All kinds of
fun was had by all who affended. The
Dance Commiffee really came fhrough wilh
decorafions 'lhis fime. They feafured sporfs
cars as dance decorafions!
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Couples felf as if fhey were in "Almos'l Paradise"
when fhey affended fhe Junior Prom, April IZ. This
fime all credif for a successful dance wenl' fo fhe
iuniors who feafured spring blossoms as decorafions.
This was fhe lasf semiformal sfudenl' body dance of
fhe year and if was a well-affended dance.
TheLre'sl a lo+ more lo producing a term play lhan meels lhe eye. The aclors musf learn
ihejf IINQS. buf no play could survive without i+s makeup ar+is?s, slage crew, scenery
painiers, and cosfume designers. Mr. Berman slresses lo Toni Torpacka and Bari Blakesley
The necessify of a good make-up iob on Dave Brockbank and Auslin John while Jerry
Hunf and Dave Skinner wail Their furn.
"Who says we're invifin' you over 'lo marry Lizzie? You lake 'rhaf back!"
"Won'f 'rake nofhin' back, Jim!" "Then fake somethin' else!" Jim
Curry iDave Brockbankl was nol successful in his.aHempf 'lo hit
Depufy File fJerry Hunfl for insulling his sisfer Lizzie, File defends
himself againsl lhe aflacking Jim, as Sheriff Thomas iDave Skinnerl
and Noah Curry iGary Espinosal appear shocked when Jim falls
info H. C. Curry's iAuslin Johnl arms.
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"There's no such lhing as a plain woman! Every real woman is preffy,
They're all prefly in a differenl way-buf fhey're all preHy!" "Noi
mel When I look in lhe looking glass?" "Don'l lef Noah be your
lookin' glass! lf's gofla be inside you!" Sfarbuck iDick Linfordl does
his besl fo convince Lizzie iDiana Clarkl fhaf she is beauliful buf if
lakes lime and pafience, Finally wilh a liflle persuasion Lizzie earns
confidence in herself as a woman.
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Diablo's Advanced Drama Class was asked lo presenl "Qino" over KPlX on MGY 'Z
for enferfainrnenl. The cas? was "discovered" byla- sludio rgpff-?59fli'3l'V9 if fi Pl'3yY
Fesfival af Pacifica High School, If was an excifing experience for Ml. DIBblOS
"Gino" nn, JLFSUC.
The "Dino" casl' gol' over being camera shy after Two monfhs of
rehearsing af fhe felevision sludio. The lirsf scheduled performance
was canceled because of cer-fain aufhor righfs, bul' KPIX was defer-
mined Thai "Dino" should go on fhe air!
Mr. Sheridan, ihe psychialrisl lJerry Hunfi, fries To convirce Dino
lGary Espinosai fha? he sfill has a chance for happiness and success
in lhe world in spiie of his criminal childhood. Dino, hardened by his
experiences in prison, dislrusfs The docfor and cannot undersland
why anyone would want to help him unless he had "an angIe."
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Harmonious melodies sung by the A Cappella Choir livened Diablo's school
year as these songsters performed at assemblies, concerts, and outside
gatherings. Members of the choir are FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr.
George Prall, Henry Melendres. SECOND ROW: Mary Staton, Nancy
Mitchell, Linda Miller, Marie Melendres, Betsy Ohran, Sharon Bish, Lynn
Jones, Toni Torpacka, Ruth Larsen, Linda Crewse, Mary Lou Kelly, Peggy
Mattos, Sue Grubbs. THIRD ROW: Janice Jones, Sherry Lewis, Barbara
Brindel, Karen Fleshman, Phyllis Robertson, Janelle Spencer, Gail Duck-
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horn, Jim Kapsalis, Art Williams, Rowena Young, Sandra Recio, Darnell
Williams, Carol Cook, Linda Fisher. FOURTH ROW: Judie Laughlin, Donna
Hatley, Becky McLaughin, Beverly Jenkins, Larry Simmons, Denny Good-
rum, Sam Fear, Ron Churchman, Jim Scott, Larry Hollinger, Claudia
Carzino, Gean Spessard, Linda Ferriera, Karen Whight. BACK ROW: Kay
Calkins, Eva Broome, Pat Sadowski, Connie Cavanah, Mary Weisinger,
Mary Larson, Jerry Fisher, Jack Kennerson, Marian Shanks, Daryll Phillips.
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ln the music department, there is an advanced singing group, under the direction of Mr. MR. GEORGE PRALL
Prall. Singing was their specialty and so they called themselves the Ensemble. Members Music Instructor
are FRONT ROW, left to right: Janice Jones, Nancy Mitchell, Sonja Carlson, Ruth Larson,
Penny Perry, Lana Meadows, Amy Glines. BACK ROW: Mr. George Prall, Sue Sweeney, Deane
Robertson, Terry Miller, Dick Linford, Manual Gouveia, Jim Kapsalis, Larry Young,
Singing in complete harmony, the girls in the Glee Club charmed
audiences whenever they performed for assemblies or concerts. Members
are FRONT ROW, left to right: Maureen Oliver, Carol Masterson, Kathy
Blikeng, Janice Burkhart, Barbara Cash, Virgilynn Logie, Kathryn Pan-
coast, Joanne Brown, Barbara Johnson, Janet Pearce, Rosemarie Frazier,
Judy Arnze, Margie Zermeno. SECOND ROW: Eddie Mabry, Sally Rose,-
Wilma Holland, Idalene Peterson, Beverly Mundy, Jolene Spurlock, Rita
Romo, Sharon Scott, Judie Riggs, Shirley Robbins, Pat Haskins, Diane
Carlos, Marie Krout, Toni Vargus, Judy Clarke. BACK ROW: Celia Wittwer,
Anella Wade, Carol Petrie, Judy Piper, Kay Moore, Alyce Noerenberg,
Frances Halloway, Juanita Page, Gayle Kran, Miss Margaret Cartright.
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The orchestra demonstrated its accomplishments to the student body at the Christmas Pageant
and several assemblies. Members are FRONT ROW, left to right: Mike Heinaman, Pat
Hennessy, Roger Emanueals, Sherie Leaver, Penny Sweeny, Dorothy Hanisch, Gayle Taylor.
SECOND ROW: Peter Schlaman, Gary Harrington, Connie Henderson, Shirley Jarvis, Terry
Madden, Wanda Dickie, Pat Elliot, Phyllis Reniff, Sheila Bauer. THIRD ROW: Ron Whaley,
Joe Partansky, Jean Kitowski, Janet Ferwerda, Mike Hoaglin, Myrna Goldstein, Angelica
Keller, Clyde Rossberg, Robert Chambers, Paul Bengston. FOURTH ROW: Keith Chambliss,
Darlene Carano, Jean Vickory, Phil Sefers, Dennis Treadway. BACK ROW: Clifford Vaught,
Mrs. Mary Lowery, Henry Melendres, Pat Markovich, Jim Henderson, Jim Councilman,
Jim Wells, Ron Terry, Jim Webster, Roberta Seibold, Esther Carlson, Raenelle Irish.
MRS. MARY LOWERY
TROMBONE SECTION-Ken Enke, Chuck SAXOPHONE SECTION - FRONT ROW: TRUMPET SECTION: Ron Sofge, Jim Web-
Johnston, Bruce McCorkle. Bob Small, Keith McKenzie. BACK ROW: ster, Warren Moore.
Al Allison, Jim Bartneck, Jimmie Brown.
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The popular Diablo Dance Band, the Varsitonians, was composed of top band members with an interest
in dance music. One of their engagements this year was the "Bermuda Bounce" dance, where their
smooth music was well received. They also represented Diablo in two exchange assemblies to Pittsburg
and Alhambra High Schools. Shown, left to right, in the FRONT ROW: Bill Small, Bob Small, Alu
Allison, Jim Bartneck, Keith lVlcKenzie, Jimmy Brown, lVlr. James Arnold. SECOND ROW: Denny John-
ston, Chuck Johnston, Ken Enke, Bruce lVlcCorkle. BACK ROW: Paul Bengston, Warren Nloore, Jim
Webster, Ron Sofge.
Helping to keep spirits high at all our football games, the marching band played our school songs and assisted
as a background for yells. At the assemblies the band also provided entertainment for the student body. The
Rally Band, a smaller group, made up of selected members of the band, played at our rallies and basketball
games. The members are FRONT ROW, left to right: Karen Fredrickson, Twila Christiansen, Ruth Sweetser, Judy
Vallbracht, Bill Williams, Joe Bohan, Bill Bruce, Don Ostlund, Brian Pierce, Mike Baird, Ken Mompelier, John
Irvin, Dennis Halter, Ted Miller, Don Bartke, Harlan Eller. SECOND ROW: Jim Chaney, Ron Helzer, Don
Lindroth, Mairon Sundquist, Sandra Phelps, Sharon Vanicek, Tony Pooler, Craig Whisler, Mae Snyder, Max Short,
Leland Nelsen, Pat Smith, Rod Raine, Mike Thompson, Ed Butler, Roger Staggs, Lee Baer, Mike McKinney,
Curtis White, Bob Murray, Sharon McElroy, Gordon Russ, Marilyn Becker. THIRD ROW: Marlene Dawe, Alice
Harris, Doug Birch, Lois Shimmin, Billie Brady, James Craig, Barbara Hunt, Carol DeFrates, Doyle Cosme, Paul
Kinney, Roger Russ, Keith McKenzie, Lee Vaughn, Charles Forman, Keith Chambliss, Vaughn Leath, Jack Crumley,
Charlie Clark, Dale Luomala, Sam Johnston, Bruce McCorkle, Clyde Luomala, Dave Nixon, Gordon Creer, Jim
Wells, Dale Wikle, Tim Cameron, Norman Nunes, John Flint, Buddie Evans, Larry Lamone, Oval Lee Atnip.
BACK ROW: Pat Walters, Dale Pedersen, Steve Ackerman, Wally Shoults, Bob DeHart, George Sousa, Jan
Whisler, Mr. Jim Arnold, Ralph Mohr, Bob Small.
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Modern dancing has enlight-
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these girls. Gaily dancing
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advanced modern dance class.
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ROW, left to right: Nancy
Mitchell, Sheila Bradley,
Jan Vanicek, Judi Reed, Bar-
bara Grice, Nancy Carroll,
Ann Rutherford, Ginny Cor-
dero, Sue Campbell, Sharon
Abbott, Cathy Kelley. SEC-
OND ROW: Charlotte Quig-
ley, JoAnn Butler, Darlene
Fulton, Carol Groene, Ruthi
Crain, Dianne Evans, Berta
Keeble, Carol Carzino, Penny
Mills, Sonja Main, Kathy
Warren, Janet Parker,
Maudie Stone. BACK ROW:
Sheila Hughes, Jinx Adams,
Mary Beth Laurence, Pat
Hansen, Billie Garrett, June
Garlick, Cherie Mortensen,
Pam Stremel, Barbara Ra-
cine, Lynn Jones, Phyllis
Williams, Carol Bucher,
Gayle Meese, Nancy Itanen,
Jewell Sanders, and Robin
Indications of the dancing
progress learned during the
year is surely noted by the
neat stance of the third per-
iod modern dance class mem-
bers vvho are FRONT ROW,
left to right: Donna Jarvis,
Pat Medlin, Linda Curtis,
Linda Silva, Jan Davis, Fran
Thibodeaux, Jane Lamson,
Trudy Blythe, Shirlene Cope-
land, Yvonne Bisso, Mary
Alice Riley, Sheri Smith,
Pat Elliott, Judy Neville.
SECOND ROW: Alice Gay,
Connie Stevens, JoDee So-
botka, Jane Brooks, Joy Ma-
chado, Judy Schrock, Tanya
McLean, Janet Pimental,
Pat Fletcher, Mary Ann Dor-
sey, Penny Svveeny, Kathy
Nicklaus, Diane Morris,
Kathy Forbes, Penny Perry,
Dona Cotten. BACK ROW:
Sonja Carlson, Kimi Tahira,
Donna Payne, Judy Giles,
Carol Bigby, Darla Roberts,
Paula Mills, Marilyn Han-
sen, Pat Elkins, Lucy Do-
minguez, Elin Bjork, Karen
Murdoch, Darlene Hennes-
sey, Carol Petrie, Sue
Sweeney, Glenda Cowden,
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Here are the secretaries in the business world of
tomorrow. This club was one of the largest on
Diablo's campus. The only requirement in order
to be a member was to have taken at least one
commercial subject. These girls supervised our
brunch sales and sold tickets for various school
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llThe class will now come to order!" These stu-
dents have already started planning for their
future as teachers by joining the Education Club.
The aims of this group are to give a background
of classroom procedure and methods of teaching
to students interested in this field. One of the
cIub's activities was actual participation in
classroom instruction in elementary schools.
Members are FRONT ROW, left to right: Penny
Band, Donna Van Pelt, Susan Seymour, Barbara
Riley, Janelle Spencer, Jeanne Brunelle, Carol
Phillipson, Nancy Jones, Myrna Goldstein, Char-
lotte Quigley. SECOND ROW: Karen Simpson,
Gail Galbraith, Carol Groene, Pat Smith, Mar-
lene Dowe, Ann Cureton, Barbara Clough, Sue
Bordeaux, Isabel Catambay, Ann Bahls, Roger
Freeman, Webb Hadden. THIRD ROW: Deanne
Evans, Roberta Keeble, Judy Latter, Carole Sill,
Carol Petrie, Deanna Sheldon, June Garlick, Pat
Elkins, Pat Erman, Sonja Halvorson, Pam Ma-
chado, Pat Markovich. BACK ROW: Dorthy
Grammont, Nancy ltanen, Marjorie Seaman,
Adele Bouchard, Phyllis Reniff, Charlotte
Schwartz, Cherie Mortenson, Joe Partansky, Bon-
nie Carlton, Pat Koch, Jo Ann Taylor, Parn Stre-
mel, June Morgan.
Ending their high school days as top honor
students, these students formed the Mt, Diablo
Chapter of the California Scholarship Federa-
tion. By earning a grade average of ten points,
these students qualified to join. C.S.F. activities
included awarding Silver UD" and Gold HD"
pins, selling class pictures, and sponsoring
three banquets. These Grade "A" members are
FRONT ROW, left to right: Joyce Cox, Pam
Stremel, Ida Yamamoto, Gayle Meese, Judy
Peck, Kimi Tahira, Nancy Keller, Marlene Dawe,
Marilyn Hanson. SECOND ROW: Sheri Cimino,
Pat Markovich, Judie Laughlin, Beverly Bar-
nett, Becky McLaughlin, Lynn Jones, Nancy
Itanen, Pat Hansen, Peggy Baker. THIRD ROW:
Chet Belknap, Mike Heineman, Mike Dowling,
John Skeen, Maren Sunquist, Sylvia Mesna,
Linda Johnson, Joan Aubuchon, Janelle Crabbe.
FOURTH ROW: Steve Burks, Ron Myer, Dave
Cooper, Jay McCoy, Jerry Lively, Jim Webster,
Gerald Ciough, Richard Laurence, Curt Thrasher.
BACK ROW: Bill Mohn, Webb Hadden, Jim
Tovvell, John Gotshall, Clyde Thompson, Ralph
Mohr, Norman Smith, John Bologni, Dennis
Treadway, Carl Caballo.
Other members of the "Brain Trust" are left to
right, FRONT ROW: Carol Groene, Penny Band,
Jeanne Brunelle, Donna Maher, Miriam McDon-
ald, Mary Lou Robertson, Brigitte Muhm, Doro-
thy Hanisch, Maureen Cardinet. SECOND ROW:
Carolyn Lehmer, JoDee Sobotka, Robin Kling,
Cathy Kelley, Sandy Kirschner, Sherie Leaver,
Billie Toole, Barbara Riley, Ruth Lingenfelter,
Janelle Spencer. THIRD ROW: Sheila Hughes,
lVlHfY Beth Laurence, Ginny Cordero, Maudie
Stone, Barbara Grice, Sherry Smith, Judy Ne-
felle, Natalie Zavialoff, Barbara Clough. FOURTH
ROW: Janice Whisler, Alice Harris, Judy La-
mont, Diana Clark, Linda Crewse, Carolyn
Adams, Sue Sweeny, Penny Sweeny, Penn Per-
ry, Pat Fletcher. BACK ROW: Dave Barber,
Clint McIntosh, Warren Moore, Steve Bordi,
Dick Linford, Dan Barney, Walter Weinzheimer,
Roger Freeman, Webb Hadden, Ron Winkler.
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These husky looking Industrial Art boys are often
busy at work on their wood and metal work, and
also mechanical drawings. They gain recognition
by exhibiting their projects during open house
and competing in national Industrial Art compe-
titions. Nlembers are FRONT ROW, left to right:
Larry Hazelton, David Hagerstrand, Tim Anglin.
SECOND ROW: Harold Bartke, Bill Gwinn, Bob
Arendtson, Gerry Kerr. BACK ROW: Bill Harvey,
Jerry Clark, Everett Prewett, Ralph Clark.
If you were interested in Brubeck or Kenton jazz,
then you probably belonged to the Jazz Club.
Each meeting sewed as a jazz critique in which
the members would discuss the best and the
worst artists in the jazz professions. This club
helped sponsor a Dave Brubeck Concert in order
to raise money for their treasury. Nlembers are
FRONT ROW, left to right: Penny lVlills, Dennis
Johnston, Nancy Itanen, Warren lllloore, Chuck
Johnston, Nancie Brotsch, Bob Small, SECOND
ROW: Gail Wheeler, Marlene Dawe, Sharon
Scott, Karen Frederickson, Rosalie Johnson,
Sandy Kirschner, Pat Smith, Jim Cheny, Don
Lindroth. BACK ROW: Jim Bartneck, Jack Crum-
ley, Ken Mompelier, Linda Crews, Carol De-
Frates, Oval Lee Atnip, Carol Hendrix, Lois
Shimmin, Rita Hendrix, Keith lVlcKenzie.
Interest in state and national government PTO-
cedures created the Junior Statemen. ThlS pr-
ganization, composed of many. California hI9h
schools, attended state and regional conventions
throughout the year. Members in this -picture are
FRONT Row, left to right: Jan whisler, Mary
Ellen Wells, Susan Bratsberg, Virginia Johnson,
Joanne Short, Mary Lou Robertson, Marilyn
Yorke, Carla Schlotter, Zeta Nossen, SECOND
ROW: Sheri Leaver, Ann Rutherford, FrarlC6S
Catambay, Dorothy Hanisch, Foster Robertson,
Linda Lewis, Linda Arentz,' Nancy Mullen, Penny
Lundeberg, Charlotte Quigley. THIRD ROW-
Beverly Abbay, Berta Keeble, -Rose Frazier, Gean
Spessard, Maudie Stone, Gail Costello, Nancy
Wiley, Judy Peck, Penny Sweeny, Pat Elkins.
BACK ROW: Len Lanfranco, Dianne Evans, Shar-
leen Davis, Carol Curtis, Kjersti Lundeberg,
Janet Sperling, Connie Henderson, Billie Garrett,
Gayle Meese, Beverly Fairfield.
. JIM TOWELL
Our Junior Statesmen were not only active in
state and regional activities, but sponsored many
school activities also. They sold candy at our Jay-
Vee football games and the basketball games, and
sold book covers to the student body. They met
with neighboring schools and held legislative
sessions to get experience. Members pictured here
are FRONT ROW, left to right: Steve Turner,
Pat Elliot, Joan Dana, Penny Young, Mary Ferge-
son, Marcella Fitch, Marty McGrath, Ann Bal-
low, Barbara Bloomer, Jim Hayes. SECOND
ROW: Charles Shockey, Pat Markovich, Sharon
Burns, Diane Himes, Shirley Taylor, Phyllis
Reniff, Roslyn Goldstein, Sondra Shaver, Sharon
Davis, Dan Driskell. THIRD ROW: Ed Butler,
Gayle Taylor, Sandra Burns, Oral Weeks, Sheri
Cimino, Lee Miller, Rona Moore, Sandra Segler,
Nyles Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Brian Catto, Gus
Ginocchio, Jim Webster, Ed Zickefoose, Lewis
Morgan, Bill McNamara, Daryl Phillips, Jerry
Dubbs, Dietmar Fritsch. BACK ROW: Ron Krose,
Norman Smith, Ralph Mohr, Chet Belknap, Keith
Kayes, Joe Pai-tansky, Roger Emanuels, Archie
Morgan, Lee Faison, Jim Towell. NOT PIC-
TURED: Linda Bernard, Bonnie Borden, Troy
Brown, Carole Choporis, Janelle Crabbe, Janera
Crabbe, Diane Darrow, Judy Edinborgh, Jim
Faison, Judy Hadden, Dale Adams, Jim Hender-
son, Nancy Hicks, Rosalie Johnson, Jean Kitow-
ski, Richard Laurence, Sharon Mahoney, Ken Mc-
Kinney, June Morgan, Brigitte Muhm, Barbara
Oakley, Carolyn Oakley, Sue Padelford, Sherron
Pimentel, Roberta Seibold, John Skeen, Dave
Skinner, Valorie Torres, Rich Terra.
CHARLOTTE QU IGLEY
i'Habla Vd, espanol?" or l'Parlez vous francais?"
Students who had enrolled in either course dur-
ing their four years at Diablo were eligible to
join the Language Club. This active group had
cake sales all year long to help their treasury.
Their main project this year was dining at the
various foreign food restaurants in our area.
Students who enjoyed the benefits of this club
are FRONT ROW, left to right: Carol Groene,
Gail Galbraith, Karen Simpson, Sally Rose, Gary
Arentz, SECOND ROW: Alice Hurley, JoDee
Sobotka, Claudia Jackson, Charlotte Schwartz,
Pat Erwin, Nancy Itanen. THIRD ROW: Judy
Giles, Edith Carlston, Marty McGrath, June
Garlick, Cherie Mortensen, Adele Bouchard, Pat
Markovich, Jewell Sanders, Geneta Spessard.
Latin is no longer a Hdead" language according
to these students who formed a club to empha-
size its importance. They not only studied Latin
but put it to practical uses. Their activities in-
cluded sponsoring an act in the annual Clubs'
Assembly and operating a booth in the Junior
Carnival in June. Members are FRONT ROW,
left to right: Marlene Dawe, Becky McLaughlin,
Sandy Kirschner, Linda Bernard, Sherie Leaver,
Barbara Riley, Jeanne Brunelle. SECOND ROW:
Barbara Sharp, Lee Miller, Sheri Cimino, Nancy
Keller, Beverly Barnett, Mary Clark, Pamela
Dowell, Susan Jackson, Noel Humphries, BACK
ROW: Mrs. Carolyn Ross, adviserg John Flint,
Ron Lichti, Dennis Treadway, Ralph Mohr, Mike
Heineman, Norman Smith, Don Elfving, Gus
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This year the Ski Club spent a week end of
thrills and spills in the snow taking a long
lourney to Dcdge Ridge for their annual Ski Trip.
Arriving at Pinecrest around noon, the excited
members of the long-awaited expedition piled
out for several hours of skiing, sledding, tobog-
ganing, eating and just plain fun in the snow.
Members in this picture include FRONT ROW,
left to right: Judi Reed, Sonja Main, Penny
Mills, Mary Ann Dorsey, Sheri Smith, Alice
Riley, Nancy Mitchell, Rita Haskins, Pat Ross.
SECOND ROW: Jimmie Rae Jones, Pat Fletcher,
Judy Jones, Pat Haskins, Margie Eccoffey, Mere-
dith Skeen, Bonnie Mason, Robin Kling, Cathy
Kelley, Cathy Emery THIRD ROW: Mike Car-
penter, Grant Tod, Denny Mason, Bill Hubbard,
John Peterson, Ginny Cordero, Sue Campbell,
Sue Bordeaux, Mary Larson, FOURTH ROW: Ken
Mompelier, Sid Sidwell, Roger Smith, Don Bo,
Jerry West, Manuel Gouveia, Dick Linford, John
Turner, Bev Fairfield. BACK ROW: Charlie
Caulk, Jim Craig, Ron Nelson, Doug Anderson,
Bruce McChesney, Owen Cardinet, Larry Hollin-
ger, Pete Hilts, Bob Bradford, Rod Atnip, Gordy
Silva, Dave Stafford, Dave Craig.
W MARY BETH LAURENCE
The Ski Club originally planned two trips to
Pinecrest, but the first one had to be cancelled
because there was no snovv! But the weather and
skiing conditions were ideal both days for their
second trip. The next Monday many of the
slightly exhausted members sported sunburned
faces and strained muscles at school, but every-
one agreed that these casualties were well worth
the fun. Members pictured here are FRONT ROW,
left to right: Doris Gonderman, Marcy Brechtel,
Ginger Tomlinson, Darlene Fulton, Gayle Meese,
Judy Adams, Nancy Itanen, Sheila Hughes,
Jewell Sanders. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Oakley,
Carol Bigby, Darla Roberts, Kathy Warren, Mary
Beth Laurence, Pat Elkins, Peggy Gibson, Judy
Vannatta, Gail Wheeler, Nancie Brotsch. THIRD
ROW: Barbara Oakley, Janet Parker, Marilyn
Hanson, Melinda Sweeney, Jeanie Murray, Bar-
bara Roe, Sherie Simms, Charlotte Triplett,
Kaylene Darnell. BACK ROW: Charlie Caulk,
Marc Stephens, Ted Plumb, Martin Allan.
GORDI E SILVA
Were you interested in biology, chemistry, or
physics? These Science Club members were, and
during the year they performed experiments in
each field, Several ambitious students built dif-
ficult scientific devices and won prizes in the
Science Fair. The highlight of their activities
was the assembly they presented at the beginning
of the first semester. Potential scientists this
year are FRONT ROW, left to right: Gayle Kran,
Sheila Bauer, Sheri Leaver, Linda Bernard,
Frances Catambay, Brooks Hamm. BACK ROW:
Louis Gadol, Jim Towell, Jerry Dubbs, Deitmar
Fritsch, Jerry Hunt, Jim Rosowski, Richard
Laurence, Don Elfving.
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Junior Red Cross projects benefited the na-
tion as well as the community. Members of
the lVlt. Diablo chapter sponsored homeroom
collections for the Community Chest and
the United Crusade. Remember the mitten
tree in the Academic Building during Christ-
mas? This was also a project of the club to
help the Hungarian refugees. Members are
FRONT ROW, left to right: Sharon Pimen-
tel, Ginny Cordero, Nlaudie Stone, Janice
Burkhart. BACK ROW: Burge Whitman,
Shirley Taylor, Gayle Kran, lVlary Ferguson,
The Stage Crew was certainly busy this year!
They offered their services to the school by
managing the lighting and stage production
of all school presentations. All organiza-
tions took advantage of their fine talents'
the Drama department for the term plays,
the Senior class for the variety show, the
Junior class for the fashion show, the Nlod-
ern Dance class for the assembly, and the
lVlusic department for the Christmas Pag.
eant. The reliable members of the stage
crew are FRONT ROW, left to right: St
Ackerman Larry F ' W 1 F eve
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SECON I , a letcher
o Row. Bill iviekean, iviax Hankin-
Norman Nunes. BACK ROW: Nlr. Harvey
Berman, advisery John Nunes, Don Brothers
Bill Mason. '
Beverly Barnett, Noel Humphries
"Calling KGQNL . , . come in." These ama-
teurs studied radio broadcasting techniques.
Their activities included taking radios apart
and putting them back together again for
practice, and at the end of the year they
challenged such advanced mechanisms as
phonographs and television. This group did
school radio and phonogmph repairs also.
Radio Club members are FRONT ROW, left
to right: Gerald Quigg, Melvin Rosowski,
Charles Hagwood. SECOND ROW: Neal Rob-
erson, Richard Strudwick, James Theobald,
Chris Towry. BACK ROW: Mr, Wilson Lan-
drum, adviser: Russell Ralphs, Wayne Kelly,
Stan Forsstrom, John Dyckman.
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Busy this year showing movies in clasgeg
and. keeping films, records, and camera
SqUgl1entt,Ithe loriiiecttionists have become
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at Diablo. Understanding the progeprgigfrgg
mentals of audio-visual equipment are
FRONT ROW, left to right: Ray Riccobuone
John Nunes, Jim Snavely, Walt Fletcher'
Jim Terrell. SECOND ROW: Jerry Clarke'
Mr. Rufus Johnson, adviser, Dave Stafford,
Gary Kerr, Bill Schreeder.
These "Sea Nymphs" presented the Swim Show
of 1957. They provided entertainment in their
clever swimming numbers which developed their
theme t'Fantasy." Each member was hand picked
for swimming ability and endurance. ln order to
make their number more professional, some mem
bers took lessons at the Athens Club in Oakland
where they were taught advanced swimming
stunts and strokes. Mermaids and members of
the club are FRONT ROW, left to right Sue
Sheffield, Sandy Sheffield, Ginny Cordero
Kathy Kelley, Carol Stone, Marby Drexel Yvonne
Farola, Jan Vanicek. SECOND ROW: Sonja Main
Frances Itanen, Lynn Jones, Nancy Itanen Mary
Beth Laurence, Berta Keeble, Maudie Stone
Janet Medcalf, Sandy Krischner, Carol Campbell
THIRD ROW: Jewell Sanders, Becky McLaughlin
Judy Sands, Joleen Spurlock, Connie Wilbur
Rita Kabat, Mary Beth Slate, Claudia Jackson
Burge Whitman, BACK ROW: Sharon Stone
Cherie Mortensen, Gayle Meese, Nancy Keller
Charlie Caulk, Phoebe French, Carol Bengston
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ll' is in lop running condilion. A good wash and wax iob offen doesn"l hurl 'lhe
car, and il cerfainly creafes an impression wifh Diablo sfudenls.
All kinds of cusfom work has been done fo Jerry Underwood's Chevy. Many 'limes
Jerry has changed lhe feafures on his car, and he was planning 'lo coniinue making
changes even affer fhe piclure was faken. Al' 'lhe 'lime of 'rhis piclure, Jerry had
molded bolh front and rear ends. He has also done many ofher lhings fo improve
lhe appearance of his car.
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fwo years, Loyal has concenfraled on
his mofor and now he knows lhaf his
car can compele wilh lhe besl of fhem.
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received praise for fhe fine coal of
painl' he has on his car. An especially
allraciive fealure is the gold striping,
which was done by a person wilh pro-
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'50 cuslom Chevrolet Chrome is a spe-
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Diablo's Varsity foolball squad sparkled a fine season with good coaching behind its forces. Members of lhe spiri-led
feam, FIRST ROW, leff fo right, are Charlie Jones, Bren? Byars, John Barclay, Norman Mickey, Bill Marshall, Marfin
Allan, T. J. Elam, Dennis Treadway, Ed Zickefoose, Rich Nisonger, Al Allison. SECOND ROW: Jim Gavin, Don Bo,
Warren Moore, Loyal Miner, George Darrow, Gary Lindsfrom, Al TreHe, Dennis Mason, Dick Ellsworfh, Jerry Wesf,
Bill Gainer, Jim Zuur, Rod Afnip. THIRD ROW: John Turner, Alan Torres, Ron Nelson, Lloyd Crenna, Merle Marshall,
Dave Biddle, Dave Doran, Jay McCoy, John Sfremel, Dick Jones, Gary Casey, Ted Plumb.
EMRYS DAM -an BILL PoweLL
Head Line Coach
Head Eackfield Coach
Head Varsify Coach
Diaqramminq one of their many plays, Varsity Coaches
Emrys Davis and Hart Fairclouqh explain plans of the
team's strategy nn the next play to Dick Jones and Merle
Marshall. With most ot the veterans inexperienced, these
fine coaches shaped ri strong team that finished hiqh in
One can see by the anxious looks of the Varsity players the tenseness that is felt during a hard fought
game Here the players hold their breaths as an Antioch Panther picks up yardage for a first down
When Gary Casey C305 is trotting down the turt at 60 per, it's going to take more than one hand to stop him as
was proved in this bout against Antioch's Panthers. Co-ming up fast were Dick Ellsworth U81 and Don Bo C481 about
to lend a helping hand In the scuffle.
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on an Oakland Tech player. Diablo soared pas? the Bull-
dogs af one of fhis year's practice games vvifh a vicfory
Miner l44l powers his way fhrough fhe middle of Oakdale
for IO yards before being 'lackled by a m'9l'lTY Musfamll
Dlayer. The Red Devils sfarfed fhe season off rlghf as they
foppled over Oakdale: 25-0.
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Abouf fo be forcefully sfopped by an ominous Devil player,
Panfher halfback Don Hall l40l made an unsuccessful
affempf fo run around end. Don Bo l48l rushes fo fhe
fackle before foo much yardage is gained. This game was
a fhrillerg the Devils frailing in poinfs uniil 'lhe fourfh
quarfer and fhen a pass in fhe end zone and a successful
conversion won fhe game, 7-6.
A Piffsburg Pirafe fumbles and lhe war is on! Diablo player
Dick Jones l47l hangs on light while John Turner l54l
Ted Plumb l49l, and Lloyd Crenna l42l come up fasl
lo recover lhe ball. Afler walching fhe feam run over
three previous opponenfs, our roofers vvifnessed a breafh.
faking defeaf al fhe hands ofa sfrong Piffsburg feaml 18-6,
The Acalanes Dons make a slrong allempf lo block lhe
only conversion poinl of The Devils during lhis league
bouf. As a resull of an experienced Acalanes defensive
and offensive line, the Dons won lhis mafch. 27-7.
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firsl and Devil halfback Rod Alnip f22l iusl wasn'f cooper-
ating wilh lhose unfriendly Las Lomas boys. The final
score was 2I-7 in favor of fhe Knighls, bul if was a hard-
Oul in fhe clear for a momenf, a Pleasanf Hill Ram picked
up yardage againsf fhe Devils, bul ready lo rush him for
The 'lackle are Dick Ellsworfh HEI, Gary Lindsfrom USJ,
and Dick Jones 1471. One rainy game a year does fhe leam
iuslice, as Diablo proves in 'this league lil? by winning 6A0.
Somewhere belween fhe referee, Caplain Ted Plumb 1491
and The pile-up of Devil and Sparlan players, was fhe fool-
ball which had iusf been fumbled by the Pacifica squad.
The Devils won lhis game wifhoul loo much trouble, I3-0
Showing high speed and good sporlsmanship, The J.V, foolball squad kepl pace wifh The Varsily and ended lhe
season high in 'rhe league. FIRST ROW, leff 'ro righfz John lrvin, Mike Moore, Charles Foreman, Frank Johnson, Bob
Shaver, Don Hardesly, Joe McAllisfer, Buddy Barlon, Paul Chaplik, Rudy Omania. SECOND ROW: John Humphry,
Dave Anderson, Keifh Sovereign, Ron Trosl, Sian Moore, Clyde Luomala, Lee Grichuhin, Charlie Kimes, Bill Bruce,
Jim McClellan, John Dyckman. THIRD ROW: Mike Dowling, Jay Jackson, Jack Kennerson, Terry Miller, Hank
Curefon, Rod Clark, Lymen Ellis, Bob Roski, Joe Crose, Chef Belknap, Vaughn Leafh. FOURTH ROW: Tim McOuelIan,
Carl Hayes, Dick MaHhews, George James, David Johnson, Paul Slaler, Mike Larken, Jerry Fisher, Roger Krobofh,
Ernie Carvaial, Ron Lichli,
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Although disappointed al' no? placing firsl in
The League, J.V. coaches, Wilson Landrum and
Doug Smilh agreed 'fhal' il was cerfainly a
J.V. FOOTBALL SCORES
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27 Acalanes , G
I3 Las Lomas , 7
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Like a smoolhly working machine, 'rhe frosh foofball leam was fascinafing lo walch in adion. A good season and
good players ended fhe year. FIRST ROW, Ieff lo righl: Gary Hubbard, Norman Howses, Tom Messer, Ralph Rufher-
ford, Lee Faison, Don Secrisl, Bob Pinger, Mike Grahn, Bill Nelson, Bill Sanlos. SECOND ROW: Jim Maples, Jim
Nisonger, Roy Aiari, Deb Slonecker, Waller Winn, Bob Jones, Gary Smilh, Gary Smilh, Harry Williams, Gary Benzler,
Rich Zavala, Dennis Garrellson. THIRD ROW: Bob Wilson, John Page, Charles Odom, Jim While, Dennis Walsh, Craig
Williams, John Hanning, John Rubiales, Gary Lievre, Jim Parker, Sian Forsslrom, Archie Morgan, Jim Racine, Sam
Leonard, Gerry Hubbard, Jim Borelli, Terry Dwyer. FOURTH ROW: Bob Chambers, David Hagerslrand, Bill Cullen,
Jerry Loving, Jack Shrader, Drew Hidy, Dwaine Morris, Keilh Kays, Dick Elling, Norman Hill, Jim Craig, Dennis
Newman, Jim Dougan, Dick Roof, Jim Henderson.
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FROSH FOOTBALL SCORES
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sraff were Coaches Wayne Pipes and Bruce
Iverson who successfully whipped the frosh
leam info a winning squad.
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Diablo's "B" baskelball team, under lhe direcfion of Coach Anaclerio, fried hard lo obfain
a firsl place ranking for the school lhis year. Alfhough lhey looked greal on fhe courfs, lhey
ended up on the shorf end of lhe scores. Team members are FRONT ROW, leff to righf:
Ray King, Charlie Jones, Scoll Crenshaw, Ed Duarle, Ron Caldwell, Roger Russ, Wayne Duarfe.
BACK ROW: David Crenna, Jim Henderson, John Skeen, Jerry Loving, Coach Carl Anaclerio,
Charlie Clark, Buddy Peebles, Mel Pape.
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Diablo 37 San Ramon
Diablo , 30 Encinal .
Diablo 45 San Lorenzo
Diablo 49 Waslninglon
Diabio 34 Armiic,
Diablo 37 Casllerncnl
Diablo I9 Amador
Diablo 39 Valleio
Diablo 22 Anliocln ,
Diablo 39 Las Lomas
Diablo 26 Pacifica ,
Diablo 39 Pillsburq ,
Diablo 22 Acalanes
Diablc 49 Pleasanl l-lill
Diablo 38 Anlicicb ,
Diablo 44 Las Lomas
Diablo 32 Paciilca ,
Diablo ,27 Pills urq
Diablo 23 Helms 'iE'1'lEi3'S.fif:Eiflf3
Diablo 39 Pleasanl l-lill
Showing keen accuracy and good sporlsmanship, lhe Varsity baskefball squad kepi up a
winning pace, chalking up more wins Than losses, ending high in 'rhe league. Team members
and managers are FRONT ROW, leff 'ro righr: Sieve Borcli, Clinl Coleman, Bill Churchman,
Eugene Earls. SECOND ROW: James Racine, David Johnson, Ray Hedlund, Dick Nisonger,
Ed Lewis, Keilh Kays, Jay McCoy, Archie Morgan. BACK ROW: Dave Barber, Ron Tibulski,
Merle Marshall, Chuck Persyn, Ted Plumb, Gary Casey, Dave Craig, Coach Charlie Karp, Dave
Slafford, Tim McQuillan, Dennis Gooley, Neal Salre, Te'd Tahira, Loyal Miner, Al Allison,
Diablo .,,,,,,, 48
Diablo ,,,,,,,, 43
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AT The firsi PiTTsburg game here, Dave
STa1"lord ouTiumps Percy Mays for The
opening Tip on January 22. Red Devils
won by a score of 4l-40.
Season Capfain, Ted Plumb, meefs
Percy Mays of PiTTsburg, February I5
before The hearf-breaking game which
saw The Devils fall To The Pirafes.
' anal fum nfmftop-notch,
Pacifica defense seemed To be very
Tough for The Red Devils B's as They
were romped by a score of 4l-26. Bud
Peebles shoc-Ts over The defense for Two
of The Devils' poinTs,
Sfeve Swindall of Diablo B Team and
Willie Caslon of The PiraTes, fighf for
The opening Tip of The Piffsburg game
Ted Tahira l27J and Dave Stafford ll5l
fiqhT wifh John Fields i25l and Percy
Mays lin backgroundl for a rebound
in a game wifh The PiraTes,
Who's qoT the ball? Sfafford il5l,
Mays ll9l, and L. V. Nord Cl7l fighf for
a rebound. Ted Tahira i231 and Billy
Jiles U21 look on.
Dave Sfafford pots lwo of his 27 poinfs
againsl Acalanes, Merle Marshall cufs
his man off for rebound posilion, The
Devils won by a score of 59-40.
Eddie Duarfe goes up for a rebound
in fhe Piffsburg game. Wayne Duarfe
lbl and Mel Pape l3l watch anxiously.
Wayne Duarle, key figure in lhe LiHle
Devils' affack, and Mel Pape oul re-
bound lhe Liffle Dons in a lighl conlesf.
Larry Kenl of Pacifica finds himself in
lrouble when he goes up for a iump
sho? as Sfafford blocks his shof.
Mel Pape goes under fhe buckel and
pofs Two poinls againsf fhe Pacifica
Sparfans, Mel was a mainsfay on fhe
LiHle Devil quinfef,
Hey, he's making fwo poinls, Kenl! Ted
Plumb fakes Larry Kent l40l of Pacifica
for fwo poinfs. Ted fallied I4 poinfs in
fhis game which sparked fhe Devils'
win by a score 50-45.
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The season. Coach Fairclough whipped raw maTeriaI into a fine-edged Team. Wifh such Top men as
Al TreTTe, Gordy Silva, Bill Gainer, and Marc Sfephen, The Varsil-y won many of The meeTs To raTe a
Top berTh in The league. Members are FRONT ROW, leff To righT': Dwaine Morris, John Turner, Eugene
Earls, Abe Garcia, Marc Sfephen, Tim McQuillan, John FlinT, Bill Mohn, Bill Gainer, George Darrow.
SECOND ROW: Edward Gomez, Jerry WesT, Larry Pavalonis, AI TreTTe, Ron CaTaldo, Gary Casey,
Mel Redfield, Norman Mickey, Roger Smifh, Lee Brown, Lee Schipper. THIRD ROW: John Crews, Al
Jacobs, KeiTh Kayes, Loyal Miner, Jim Gonsalves, Bill Granf, Jim Nunes, Dave Johnson, Sonny Trepag-
nier, Jack Schrader, Elvin Sfubblefield. BACK ROW: Bob Crews, Dennis SlaTe, Dick EllsworTh, Jim
Parker, Roger Krobofh, Ron Terry, John Rubiales, Dick Mafhews, Dave Biddle, Paul Slafer, Mike Larkin,
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Packed wiTh plenfy of poTenTial sfars, The "B" Track Team developed inTo a sTr:ng, winning sauad.
Coach Doug Smifh spenT many hours coaching and advising members how To improve Their specialTy.
Nol' only has The "B" squad many winning sfars, buf They boasT depfh in each race or field evenT,
which adds up more in The end as far as poinTs are concerned. The members of The "B" squad
Track Team are FRONT ROW, lefT To righT: Joe Parfansky, Brian Pierce, Mel Heaps, Tom Marcel, Gary
Lievre, Chef Belknap, BrenT Byars, Lloyd Grif'fiTh, Jim Racine, Joe McAllisTer, David Crenna, SECOND
ROW: Williard Chrisman, Richard ToneTTi, Dave Claire, Frank Peferson, Carl Cavallo, Dennis Walsh,
Sam Leonard, John Barclay, Dean Dealon, Charles Kimes, Bill Cullen, Ed BuTler. THIRD ROW: Don
Secrisf, Glynn Hill, Mickey Thomas, Jim Wells, Andy Zopolos, Bill SanTos, Bill Nelson, Dennis Reilly,
Archie Morgan. Craig Williams, Rich Zavala, Mike Price. BACK ROW: Dick Kifowski, Clyde Luomala,
Chesfer Belnap, John Skeen, Richard Hedges, Dennis Guyon, Gary Maynard, Jim Alexander, Ron
Caldwell, Clyde Young, Ron Fire, Rudy Omania.
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Yellowiackef Trackmen geT seT for The 880 race, Berkeley had a strong
half miler, Kur'l'z, who won The eveni in 2:0l.B, buT Marc Siephens and
Abe Garcia placed second and Third, respecfively, To rack up
poinTs for The Devils.
Al TreT'l'e, one of The beT'rer Class
A broad iumpers, soared upward
To place high in The Berkeley-Diablo
Track meeT. Sl'arTing The season wiTh
a sTrong squad, The Diablo cinder-
men 'finished The season as one of
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clearing The bar in The pole vaulT wilh room To SDBTQ. Jim Tied wlfh
anolher Diablo oufsianding pole vauITer, Denny Slafe, for firsl-place
ranking in The Berkeley meeT. These field evenT men soared ll feel.
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Time he leaps. WiTh a consTanT heighT of 5'8", Mel manages To
rack up valuable poinfs in each Diablo Track meeT. His highesT
iump during his Track career is 5'l03A".
Wilh a mighTy heave, John Turner
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Berkeley rneel. Of course, Diablo
shines again as he places firsT wiTh
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Diabio track me-ef. Cebfan Russ lpicfured af far lefii was predicfed to win fhe Norihern
California Subseciion mee? in the highs. Diabids Gary Casey placed second behind
Russ who ran fhe eveni in l4.6.
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The Varsity baseball team entered the D.V.A.L. competition determined to win the league championship this year instead of tying it
Coach Anaclerio hoped that strong manpower at every position would tip the scales in the Devils' favor and provide the ball club
with a high-winning percentage in this season's rugged schedule. Players are FIRST ROW, left to right: Dick Bolcerek, first base,
Bill Stone, second base, Dave Craig, first base, Lloyd Crenna, left field, Dave Stafford, catcher, Charlie Jones right field' lVlel
Pape, shortstop, Curt Thrasher, catcher, Bill lvlarshall, second base. BACK ROW: Art Pargament, shortstop, Denny Mason, catcher,
Steve Bordi, center field, Sid Sidwell, third base, Ron Lichti, pitcher, Merle lVlarshall, pitcher, Al Allison, pitcher, Rod Atnip,
pitcher, Don Schaffer, pitcher, and Jim Liggett, left field.
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Hoping for the championship, this yeaids J.V, diamond men won many of their contests and finished the season with a high average.
Consistently playing well, every Qfime Sl10W9d promise of new Varsity players. A good season and good players ended the year.
Baseballers are FRONT ROW, left to right: Dennis Bennett, manager, llflike Grahn, manager, Bob Wilson, manager, Don Barfuss,
manager. SECOND ROW: Steve Casey, pitcher, George lVIcDermott, catcher, Lee Grichuhin, pitcher, Bob Anderson, first base, Rich
Nisonger, outfielder, Bud Peebles, second base, Jim lVIcClelIen, shortstop, Bob Bolcerek, outfielder, Jim Nisonger, second base-
Ron Rose, first base. BACK ROW: Coach Bruce Iverson, Jim Borelli, outfielder, Paul Jones, outfielder, Dave Anderson catcheri
Dennis Treadway, pitcher, Jim Dougan, pitcher, Frank Snyder, first base, Dan Barney, catcher, Jim Nlaples, shortstop, Bob Stl
Pierre, pitcher and Paul Chaplick, third base.
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Dick Bolcerek, first baseman, stretches
to receive a ball that will determine
whether or not Bill Stone will be out or
safe. Practice drills such as the above
helped Diablo turn out a champion-
Steve Bordi claims Dave Stafford is sate
as he slides into third base after hitting
a triple, All the team players kept up
a consistent batting average to win the
league this season.
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Will he catch it? That's probable since
the fine catching and throwing abilities
of the players placed them first in the
D.V.A.L. league. Diablo boasted many
top-notch, not iust average, baseball
lt's a hit, as usual! The Diablo base-
ballers really provided entertainment
at their games. With the pitching of
Rod Atnip and Ron Lichti, Diablo won
nearly all its games.
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Dick Bolcerek. Most of the bla: cinadel
l9Y the Devils' opponents were stopped
at first base. Expert playing won fhe
baseball squad the championship.
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Supported by several returning lettermen, the Varsity swimming squad
offered stiff competition for its opponents in each swimming meet. Several
pool records were broken because ot high skill and constant practice.
Backed by strong reserves, the Varsity should make a good showing again
next year. The Varsity swimmers are FRONT ROW, left to right: Bob White,
Bob Williams, Harold Hartke, Marcus Foskett, Hank Cureton. SECOND
ROW: Gary Espinosa, Charlie Foreman, Rich McDermott, John Humphrey.
BACK ROW: Harlan Eller, mgr.g Norman Fisher, Dick Jones, Jim Zuur,
Louis Gadol, Ralph Mohr. NOT PICTURED: Ted Tahira, Barry Lacy, Wally
Shoultz, Bryant Bolen.
A good start is important to a swimmer, and these Varsity .teammates
display good form as they prepare to push off from the starting blocks.
The "racing dive" sometimes determines a winning time.
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Coached by Mr. Williams, the "B" swimming team swept through all
competition with ease, Filled with determination, they practiced and
placed high in the D.V.A.L. swimming finals. Team FRONT
ROW, left to right: Ed Hawley, Gary Smith, Ken
Fred Towers, Harry Williams, Roy Bicker, Mike Brunelle.
Clyde Rossberg, Don Hartke, Gene Dirks, Jack Gregory
Henry Melendres, Bob Chambers, Larry Vander
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swimmer needs instruction
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swimming style. Coach
Williams, who has coached
swimming for many years,
knows what he's talking
about when he gives War-
ren Moore good advice
about perfecting his racing
The "B" swimmers decide
to come up for air and re-
lax from warm-up drills.
Each night the "B's" prac-
tice until 4:00 and then
the Varsity takes over the
pool. It is no wonder that
both the Varsity and "B"
squads rank high in the
It seems that one would
get a noseful of water If
he attempted the back-
stroke racing dive. A
sturdy push off from the
pool can put a Diablo
swimmer in the lead. The
Varsity team boasted good
backstroke men this season.
Water splashes and that's
a sign that the Varsity
backstroke swimmers are
going full speed toward the
finish line. Some of the
events in a swimming meet
are free style, backstroke,
breast stroke, and butter-
Roy Bickar is one of the
outstanding divers on the
"B" swimming squad. He
takes his sport seriously
and continues to master
one dive after another as
he enters competition. So
far he rates high in points
as far as diving form is
lVluch effort goes into the
Strong muscles are neces-
sary to master a good
forceful pull which causes
a Devil merman to win,
racking up points to win
Good form is shown hy
Charlie Foreman as he at-
tempts a back dive off the
low board. There can be no
mistakes made during a
dive if a swimmer is to
earn good points. Each
diver is judged by the
approach to the dive, the
dive itself, and the en-
trance into the water.
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Each year the gymnastics sport becomes more popular to Diablo students. More and more
people are amazed at the athletic ability of the members of the tumbling squad. High skill
and coordination are necessary in order to be eligible for the team. The experienced tumblers
pictured are FRONT ROW, left to right: Bruce McChesney, Ernie Carvaial, Pete Hilts. SECOND
ROW: Steve Carvaial, Keith Tate, Don Cook, Roy Jara, Frank Johnson. BACK ROW: Dave
Hatley, Lanny Ball, Jay Markham, Ron Crenna.
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Frank Johnson ably exhibits his technique on the parallel bars at one of
the meets for the gymnastic team. Such stunts as those done on the bars
develop strong muscles and perfect coordination. Exact timing is neces-
sary in order to avoid an accident.
A stunt such as the one Ernie Carvaial and Don Cook are .doing aboye
requires teamwork. Each looks out tor the other because if he didn t,
bumped heads would result. Safety is an important feature of tumbling.
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Th tl' t am a eared for the first time at Diablo this year. These muscle-bound fellas are left to
rig?1tWr?:SRORIgl' i20W:p5ohn Crews, Bill Garrells, Connie Clark, Julian Nicklaus, Walt Peebles, Eddie
Cavallo, Ronny Cook. SECOND ROW: Jim Faison, Bill Hubbard, Manuel Couveia,'Alan Hagerstrand, George
Sousa, Joe McAllister, Bob Crews. BACK ROW: Ronny Nelson, Bill Gamer, Mike Larken, Mike Dowling,
Chet Belknap, Paul Jones, Jim Terrel, Pete Bauer.
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A baby brother to track, and a considerable new sport to Diablo is the Cross Country sport. Last year,
Coach Armstrong began the squad as an experiment and within a year the sport has developed into a
regular activity at Diablo. The members run races along certain courses and sometimes these races
are as long as six to seven miles Members of the Cross Countly squad who began trainin to become
real 'ldistanceu men are FRONT ROW, left to right: Keri Brewer Bob Man ' ' J h
, ginl, im C ambers. SECOND
ROW: Dick Tonetti, Mike Brice, Nlike Heinemann, Doug Birch, Dave Dowell Willard Chrisman Clint
McIntosh. BACK ROW: Eugene Earls, Paul Bradshaw, Louis Gadol, Russ Hagerstrand, John Skeen, Cordon
Knapp, and Joe Partansky.
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they showed experl' sl-:ill af praclices, fhey always ended up on fhe shod' end of fhe scores,
Tennis men are FRONT ROW, lefl' fo right: Charles Ulm, manager: Gerald Arnip, Joe
Bohan, Ralph Planh, Webb Hadden, Jim Henderson, Doug Birch, BACK ROW: Melvin
Rosowski, Charlie Clark, Gordon Knapp, Phil Sefers, Neal Safre, Ron Nelson, Doug Ander-
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Many fhink that golf is a rich man's game only, buf il has been offered as a spring sporf
af Diablo for many years. Coach Karp advised and insfrucfed lhe feam members on The
fundamenfals of the game and fhey ended fheir season with a high ranking. Golfers are.
FRONT ROW, leff lo right: Jack Bougennoc, Don Purdue, Dan Driskellg BACK ROW: Coach
Charlie Karp, Roger Moore, Sid Schwarfz, Jim Colburn.
Trampoline work is a
specialty in the gym-
nastic sport. Perfect
form ls demonstrated
by Jim as he does a
stunt expected of all
participants at a tum-
lifernbers of the Cross-
Country squad take a
running warm-up be-
fore competing with
the Pacifica squad.
The squad is divided
into two teamsg the
J.V. squad and the
Varsity team. These
boys must train all
fall to be in shape for
the long races.
Two tennis team players, Charlie Clark and Ron Nelson,
prepare to return a serve with a grand slam in hopes that
they can earn a point. It is something to learn to score tennis,
let alone play it!
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of the Diablo UB" squad to be timed in the 75-yard dash.
Coaches assist the new members in developing their start
and speeding up their finish.
Learning how to hold a tennis racquet properly can mean
a good or poor return. Tennis develops poise as well as co-
ordinated wrist action. By the time the season is over, many
players just get the knack, but they are all set for the next
"B" track coach Smith is anxious to help a freshman weight-
man develop good form for the shot put. Leverage and balance
are necessary before a boy can master the technique and
throw a good distance.
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have to be a monkey
to master the rope
climbing stunt. The
idea is to clamber up
the rope as fast as you
can, and touch the
wooden disc at the
top. Some boys can do
this stunt in the re-
markable time 4.8
That last minute push
often wins a Cross-
Country meet. A run-
ner may be worn out,
but with determina-
tion, there always
seems to be an extra
wind that drives him
to the finish line. Re-
laxation is important
in any sport and all
mental blocks are
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basketball, and track.
Senior members of the Block UD," and the sports they lettered in, are FRONT ROW, left to right: S. Swartz, golf,
"Tab" Laurence, golf, J. Underwood, tumbling, Ed Zickefoose, football and tumbling, G. Espinosa, head yell leader,
T. J, Elam, tumbling and football, Don Cook, tumbling and football, lVl. Allan, tumbling and football. SECOND
ROW: W, lVloore, football and swimming, G. llllanlove, baseball manager, Jim Gonsalves, track, Abe Garcia, track
and head yell leader, S. Carvajal, tumbling, C. Caulk, swimming, V. Sidwell, baseball, Don Bo, football and
track, lVlel Redfield, track, D. Tonetti, cross-country. THIRD ROW: Art Pargament, baseball and basketball, NI.
Carpenter, tumbling manager, Dick Ellsworth, football, Bob Bradford, track, Ted Tahira, swimming, cross-country,
basketball, lVlr. C. Karp, adviser, H. Bartke, swimming, J. West, football and track, Pete Hilts, tumbling, G.
Darrow, football and track, D. Nlason, football and wrestling. FOURTH ROW: Ron Nelson, football and wrestling,
Rod Atnip, football and baseball, Bill Gainer, football, track, wrestling, Dick Bolcerek, baseball, J. Turner, football
and track, G. Silva, track, D. Craig, baseball and basketball, D. Stafford, basketball and baseball, Ted Plumb,
football and basketball, B. Lacey, swimming, lVl. Nlarshall, basketball, baseball, football, L. Miner, football,
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The boys' Block HD" is one of the most active groups in school this year. Performing services at extracurricular
events and games as well as at school, this group made a real contribution. The annual Block "D" breakfast was
'held in the cafeteria, and at the end of the spring semester, they got to enjoy the Block "D" picnic. The underclass
members are FRONT ROW, left to right: Ralph Plantz, Jay Nlarkham, Brenty Byars, John Barclay, Bill Nlarshall,
Kirk Bowman. SECOND ROW: Frank Johnson, Al Allison, Ed Lewis, Gary Lindstrom, Gordon Knapp, Joe Partansky.
BACK ROW: Charlie Clark, AI Trette, Hank Cuieton, Jim Zuur, lVlarc Stephen, Dick Jones, Neal Satre.
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Just because they are girls doesn't mean that this organization lacked in teamwork and coordination. The G,A.A.
block "D," which was sported on white sweaters, was their recognition of participation in individual and
sports and officiating at athletic events. Every girl had to earn points in at least seven sports before she
eligible to receive her block letter, Girls who earned their letters are FRONT ROW, left to right: Allison Ferrier,
Janelle Spencer, Dorothy Grammont, Carol Rowny, Claudia Carzino, SECOND ROW: Jan Vanicek, Sandra lVlcLean,
Hatsy Nakagaki, Harriet Rideout, Mary Beth Slate, Rita Kabot, Claudia Jackson, Sue Sweeney, Nancy Itanen,
Pat Elkins, Gean Spessard, Sonia lVIain, Ruth Larsen, Alice Riley. '
These sports enthusiasts, with their healthful-looking smiles and glowing faces, because of their active partici-
pation in muscle-building sports are the members of the GAA cabinet.
Nlembers are, FRONT ROW, left to right: Sue Sweeney, president, Gean Spessard, vice-president, Penny
Sweeney, secretary-treasurer, Ruth Larsen, program chairman. BACK ROW: Hatsy Nakagaki, assistant awards
chairman, Mary Beth Slate, publicity chairman, Rita Kabot, awards chairman, Claudia Jackson, junior repre-
sentative, Judy Riggs, scrapbook chairman, Beverly Barnett, sophomore representative, Sue Bordeaux, senior
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exciting games lhal Diablo sludenls
play. Boys as well as girls find lhe sporl
lols of 'fun and really challenging.
Sfrenglh and a good swing are required
to hil' The ball over 'lhe nel for poinls.
These girls are iusl learning The funda-
mentals of swimming, bul in a year or
'lwo fhese girls may be eligible for 'lhe
swim show. Synchronized swimming is
becoming popular al Diablo and many
are looking forward 'ro lhe wafer balle?
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al Diablo fhis year, was organized by
Miss L. The group was fairly acfive,
having parlicipafed in 'the Clubs As-
sembly and ai fhe various G.A.A. play-
days in 'lhe counfy.
This pool enfrance is called fhe "life-
guard dive." The imporfanl' lhing 'lo
remember when doing il' is noi' fo lei
your head gel' below fhe wafer. This
sl'un'l is anolher safely measure in the
pool, lo be done when lhere is plenfy
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The track event pictured here is some-
what similar to the broad iump in boys'
track. A sophomore girl is really proud
if she can lump ten teet. Another event
is the hop-skip-and-iump leap. Distance
is the main factor involved.
Watch the birdie! In this case, it's not
the camera that's involved, but a little
feathered ball. Girls must be careful
to hit the "bird" iust right or it might
sail away to another part of the gym.
This game of badminton is almost like
For the freshman girls, G.A.A. initia-
tion is one of the most exciting events
of the season. Here they are demon-
strating the proper way to walk on
fours, one ofthe initiating stunts.
ln order to stress the importance of
girls' sports at Diablo, the officers
planned an extra special G.A.A. intia-
tion. But everyone enioyed herself and
later the effective "Candlelight Serv-
ice" was held.
The frosh iump high to grab that ball
for their team! Girls' basketball is prob-
ably the most popular sport in girls'
P.E. Ever? activity offered in gym is
also avaiable to members of G.A.A.
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Modern Dance develops grace and co-
ordinalion. There are lwo regular P.E.
classes of modern dancing, buf if is
also open lo all other girls as a G.A.A.
aclivily. Miss Elyse Dukalz teaches all
parficipanfs fhe imporlanf fechnique in
order to masler fhe difficulf move-
Soflball, America's all-around sport, is
also a favorife of lhe girls al Diablo.
This sporf is required of all freshmen
in lheir gym classes and also in lhe
spring, All G.A.A. members may sign
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sporr anymore. This pasl' year, all soph-
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classes ro aHernp+ some of 'ihe lrack
evenfs, One of lhe fun evenls lo al-
fempf is fhe hurdles. Girls have almosl
as good form as lhe boys!
Splash! And a freshman gurl enlers lhe
wafer. Wilh fhe help of her gym leacher
and iunior lifesaver, by fhe 'lime school
is oul, she will have learned lo do a
perfecf fronl dive.
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is? lr looks like some good ole' whole-
some fun. These sophomores wen? wild
and gave everyone a good soaking, in-
cluding fhe reacher!
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. U.S. Tires and Tubes ' Union Oil Dealer
MU M660 P08 Galndo SI' Conwd Mu 5.5920 Ml. Diablo xl Willow Pass Road
KATHERINE K. CORSET SI-IOP
Specializing in Problem Figures 0 Bras FiI'Ied
MU 5-OIOO 2IOI Pacheco S'rree+
2028 Ml. Diablo sl. CONCORD Mu 5-5000
DIABLO SPORT CENTER
2057 Salvio Sl, CONCORD MU 2-00l0
JAMES DELUXE CLEANERS
IN A I'IURRY 4 HOUR SPECIAL
MU 5-7332 Concord 2265 Willow Pass
WALT BENNETT TV and APPLIANCE
I96I Salvio Slreef
C O N C O R D
B 84 J FABRICS
The Shop for AII Your Sewing Needs
GARDEN EOUIPMENT CO.
L. A. Lou OIIVCIF5
IO Meadow Lane and Four Corners MU 2-9777
MR. B'S FOUNTAIN
I965 MI. Diablo Slreel
MU 5'7I77 Concord California
2 I 30 Concord Blvd. Concord, Calif.
I Your Rexall Slores
SATTLERS or CONCORD CONCGRD DRUG STORE
FURNITURE ooo APPLIANCES 2068 TMO SI' MU 508552
HOLBROQK REXALL DRUG
23OI Willow Pass 2304 Willow Pass 3395 POR Cmcaqo MU 5-7'5'
MU 5-8547 MU 5-8l36 ESTATES REXALL DRUG
2I9O Solano Way MU 2,0652
GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
MU 5-8484 I-Iiqlw Sclwool Avenue
Pickup and Delivery 90-Day Guaranlee
Cleaning 0 Repairing o Recoring o Rod Our
GAS TANKS CLEANED AND REPAIRED
Pickup 0 Delivery
Salvio al Easr S+. CONCORD MU 2-IO46
MU 2-9398 22l8 Broadway
WILLQW PASS I-IARDW SRIEVQ V RIE Y
Lf-xuixioizowifxr S A A T
upplies o Renlals
Third and Willow pass Road Concord 2876 Willow Pass Road, Concord MU 2-8300
PIZZA PIE I FOOD TO TAKE OUT
MU 2-075A7NGlE S DELlCATEg?lEClgLlindo Sl'
1645 Easr sneer '
CLlEE'S Sl-IOE Sl-IOP
1645 Easl'Sl. CONCORD Mu 24291
l-lardware and Variely
925 Monument Blvd. Concord
Qualify Cleaning Pickup and Delivery
583 Monumenl Blvd. CONCORD MU 5-5672
DREAMBUILT FORMICA FURNITURE
585 Monurnenl' Boulevard, Concord, California
Res. YE 4-52l2 Ken Bell Bus. MU 5-I l30
ARROW WAREI-IOUSE 84 TRANSFER
ROY'S TEXACO SERVICE
59l Monumenl' Blvd.
TI-IE RITE WAY MARKET
2700 Willow Pass Rd.
MU 2-9904 Concord
Life, Aulo and Eire Insurance
MU 5-7620 2l40 Concord Blvd.
Formerly Tony's Toggery
2 I49 Salvio Sl. Concord
MANGlNI'S DRUG STORE
nu 2.8n,rLmIiZE?I L52lla2,lSE2iiOlAdOV'IgnU 5,3337 MU 5-W9 2'47 SGIVIO S+ree+
J, Q, PIERCE CLARK'S CRAFT 84 SPORT SI-IOP
De Solo 0 Plymoulln 5'84Ll'7
MU 2-2I4I 2I95 Concord Ave. I94O Collax Slreel Concord, California
CONTRA COSTA TRAVEL SERVICE
Qgogllnillfidrllife' A3535 rfnosls R517 Erin ii MCICFUI' 'GHG-BFYGHT
PLAZA SHoE SERVICE CIWCIPGI
Lealher Goods 20l3 Granl Slreel
Cleaning, Repaired Concord, California
i3s5eaiindOs+. conconn Muz-iioo
S5 W '
v-. 3. 22 '--hh' " One can dream, can"r one?
--. , A 'X WAN
ii hblu ZZA E i - In This pavilion of
I NIoNTCLAIR MOTORS
iI'S so easy as four Diabloans
Loolc in al ,
2820 WILLOW PASS ROAD.
or phone MUIberry 2-3I50.
DININe ROOM DELIVERY
T I-I E R I C K S I-I A W
Specializing in AUTHENTIC CHINESE EooD
MUIberry 2-I058 Concord 2I I8 MI. Diablo ST.
AT I' P' S 'I
ACME AUTO REPAIR U me 'CPQDEQDCK BQWL
MUIberry 578495 Free Bowling InS+ruc'rion
2324-, The Alameda Concord MUIberry 5-78l2 Pacheco
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE RONAYNE SALES 84 DEVELOPMENT,
HOWARD STAFFORD INC.
CONCORD REALTY REAL ESTATE . INSURANCE
2I44 Concord Boulevard MUIberry 5-8909 MUIIDGUY 5-852'
2275 Willow Pass Road Concord
PARKWAY CLEANERS oLIvER'S SI-IELL STATION
2482 SALVIO STREET CONCORD CLAYTON ROAD and SAN JOSE STREET
Tillers Plumbing Tools Polishers
WALLY'S RENTAL 84 SUPPLY WILLOW PASS PHARMACY
MUIberry 5-5630 2708 Willow Pass Road
I390 Galindo Sire-ef Concord MUIberry 2-3900 Concord
P. L. KELLER COMPANY
HARDWARE . SRoRTIN'e eooos
I99O GRANT STREET Mlllbefry 5-7660
Whelher i'r be Brubeck you're inler-
eSIed in, or BeeI'hoven'S Symphony,
you'II find il' al' The MUSIC BOX.
CaThy and Jinx are confemplaling The
purchase of "Sounds of Serbrinqf'
Isounds of Sporf cars racingl, while
Lennie and Dave iusl browse around.
Raymond Arnold, M.D.
Donald W. Aicheson, M.D.
Raymond Chan, Iv1.D.
G. D. Coler, M.D.
Roland I. Davies, MD.
Irving Fien, MD.
J. S. Kanzel, MD.
George L. Kline, MD.
C. I-I. Lenfz, Iv1.D.
Roberf L. Marlin, MD.
John E. Mason, MD.
R. R. Finger, MD.
Ronald L. Thiele, MD.
Richard G. Brink, D.D.S Bells and Renaghan
James J. Gaulrier, D.D.S. 2Ol9 SGIVFO
Kennefh R. Krey, DDS. Coll and Soulsby
Allen L. Lagier, DDS. T946 Colfax
Ronald G. Lighl, D.D.S. John L. Garavenlra, Judge
carl F. Mills, D.D.S. 2' I7 Salvio
Roberf L. Saunders, D.D.S. Marcus and Bradbard
David S. Tilfle, DD.S. 223i Conrra Cosla Highway
Aloysius F. Laube, OD.
Alberr R. Reinlce, OD.
I-Ial W. Forsey
Member of The
Socieiy of California Accounlanls
J. Paul Wesl
Reverend R. A. Work
CHURCH OE JESUS CHRIST
OE LATTER DAY SAINTS, CONCORD WARD
3700 Concord Boulevard
p Dwayne N. Anderson
CHURCH OE JESUS CHRIST OE LATTER DAY SAINTS
CONCORD SECOND WARD
3700 Concord Boulevard
Bishop Ernesl I. Adams
FIRST PRESBYTERIANI CHURCH
I99I Colfax Slreel
Reverends Ernesl I. Bradley-Arlhur E. Suellz
GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH U.L.C.A.
3978 Claylon Road
Reverend E. A. Sheldon STM-Paslor
OUEEN OE ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Reverend L. Hennessy
Roberl E. Dullum
4 Conlra Cosla Golf Club
MEMBERS OE THE EASTBAY VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
George I-I. Muller
3 I 00 Norlh Main
Maurice L. Boevers
3394 MI. Diablo Boulevard
Secrelary ol EVMA
McAIlisIer, William J.
Klinq, E. E.
20 San Miguel Road
R. E. Graham
50I Monumenl Boulevard
to the graduating class
2I I8 Easlr and Pacheco
MU 243236 CONCORD
X V. If TED GURNEY
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5 Is I wx KITTY ICE CREAM STORES
g,.:.:1,5::2:5r::..1f .. I 'B l lj ll I Q "" Concord WaInuT Creek
If Si t Ia- ye. ,Q I 2292 Concord Blyd. Is4B Bonanza Avo.
4-A -I T I U
Bofrled under Aufhorily of The Coca-Cola Company by
The Coca-Cola Bo'r+ling Co. of California Oualily Cleaning Open Fridays UnIil C?
Pirrsburq. California Mu 5-3264 2IB3 Concord Blvd.
GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE CO.
"OuaIiTy FurniTure Tor Less"
I375 Main STreeT YE4-3520 WaInuT Creek
AUTO PARTS SALES CO. LQQAN A, CQFFEE
CI. R. Shirnmel and I-I: F. Barfsch, Props. INSURANCE 81 REAL ESTATE
636 Ward SI., Marhnez, Calif. Phones 80 and 8I
I7OO EasI' SI., Concord, Calif. MUIberry 5-B536 2228 Concord Blvd' MU 2'q4P7
KRUEGER A CO- DIAMOND MATCI-I Co.
Salvio and EasT STreeTs
I948 Colfax STreeI' MU 5-7723 Phone MU 5-4454 Concord
A I Mn
CLIFF BARBERA-Photography I
. . . exIends The besf of wishes To all sTuden+s af MT. Diablo I-Iiqh
School, plus an invi+aI'iorI To drop in and say "hello" any Time you
are in Oakland.
We are pleased To announce The addiIion To our sI'aTI oli Tep Wrighf,
oufsfandinq Bay Area yearbook phofographer, who many of you
know as a resuIT of working wifh him in pas'r years al' MT. Diablo. Bofh
of us will be happy To serve you aT any Time. We specialize in candid
weddings, porTraiIure and IFGIETUIIY-SOFOFIIY evenTs.
CLIFF BARBERA STUDIO
FINEST IN BoI2TI2AITuRE
SIaI'I members and Carolyn Lehmer inquire
Iurlher aboul Jrhe new "57" Olds displayed
ar LEHMER'S OLDSMOBILE on Jrhe corner
ol Galindo and Concord Blvd. Phone MU
New or old, your car is sure Io gel super
service a+ RUSS MORGAN'S CHEVRON
STATION al Easr and Willow Pass. Phone
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Need supplies? Why nor conlacl' 'rhe
PERKINS MASONRY SUPPLY, localed al
6I2 Monumenr Blvd., where The service is
always good. Phone MU 5-5633.
Hamburgers and sodas are ordered by Tab
and Jerry for Jrhe girls al' KIRK'S DRIVE IN,
an ideal spor for an afler-school snaclc. Nexf
door is Jrhe SHELL SERVICE STATION,
ready Io serve your car al Pacheco Corners
lwhere Arnold Induslrial and Conlra Cosla
Suclw inspecfion as shown by Donna. Bev,
and Mary is unnecessary when service is
rendered ai Jrlwe CONCORD CLEANERS,
2028 Salvio Slreel. Plwone MU 5-8524.
Dave Slalzlord and Don Bo are drooling over
new sporls eguipmenl demonsrrared by
salesman, Slcip Wallers, al Jrlwe SPORT
CHALET, 2749 Conlra Coslra Highway,
Pleasanl l"lill, YE 4-0297.
Gail, Bob and Carol, Diablo '57 slalll members
who are "cooking willi gas," admire flue elecrric
oven of romorrow, Jroday al WALNUT CREEK
ELECTRIC, 2235 N. Main, YE 4-7682.
The CONCORD TRANSCRIPT, Concord's old-
esl leading newspaper, is well sellled in irs new
building locafed ar I74I Sunser, plione MU 2-
6440. Tlie new presses are rolling oil a lace-
lifled Transcripl Jrliese days.
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For sharp and Tarzan builds visiT BOB'S
PHYSICAL CULTURE STUDIO on Arroyo
Way aT Ygnacio, WalnuT Creelc, and see how
iT's done. Phone YE 4-8500.
ForgeT-Me-NoTs To Blaclc Orchids are available
To The clienTele oT LAILA'S FLORIST SHOP,
locaTed aT ZI33 Concord Ave., as well as El
MonTe Shopping CenTer. l:lorisT designer, Don
Galloway, enjoys sTyling and arranging cor-
sages Tor Nan and "Izzy," ediTor and assisTanf
ediTor oT Diablo '57, who are accompanied by
Jim and KeiTh, assisTanT ad manager and ad
manager oT Diablo '57. Phone MU 5-4464.
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AT The SCHOOL OF THE DANSE, I325 Gal-
indo STreeT, phone MU 2-lO6I, Mrs. Haslcins
can help you, Too, To maTch your body move-
menTs To The music. AcrobaTics, ballef and Tap
are all TaughT here.
Nighl' and day The ENEAN THEATRE sign acTs
as a marlcer on The plaza. When lighTs are low
in The resT oT The Town, The TheaTre's neon lighT
guides Diablans To good shows. IT you wanT To
hear The voice wiTh a smile Telling you "whaT's
on TonighT," call MU 5-7623.
PARKER ROBB CHEVROLET
lO7O Main Slreel
BERKELEY FARMS CREAMERY
Milk - lce Cream
l723 Ml. Diablo Blvd. Walnul Creek
SPORTS 81 GAMES, Inc.
l604 Locusl Slreel
Walnul Creek, Calif.
Complele Line Allwlelic Equipmenl
Visil our slore
Phone YEllowslone 4-432 I Walnul Creek
OF WALNUT CREEK
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waz MAIN wALNu1 cnesx, CALIFORNIA
CLCVERLEAF MoToR SALES co,
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l8l6 N.Iv1ain Slreel YE 4-67l4
Tea urln " a in s" or oes
EL REY THEATER l Q S55-3i68Sp lsll
Walnul Creek M28 Broadway Walnul Creek
l299 Boulevard Way Walnul Creek
I883 MT. DIABLO STREET CONCORD, CALIFORNIA
M E N 'S S I-I O P
HERB COLOMBO and CAL CLAIRE
2295 WILLOW PASS CONCORD, CALIFORNIA
DALTON 81 BO
A+ ROD'S MARKET
SOLANO WAY CONCORD, CALIFORNIA
SHELL CHEMICAL CORPORATION
SHELL POINT PLANT
Phone GLadsIone 8-3222
fi We invite you
'fi' .I '1"'W'm
f ,s to use our
f f sp BRIDAL REGISTER
FOR your dinnerware palfern
I For your choice in glassware
A For your lcilclwenware and appliances
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your friends in selecfing
Hue gills for you Jrlial are
bound ro please.
If you have any queslions
Aslc our loridal consullrani.
CONCORD SHGPPING CENTER
I809 Willow Pass Road
Phone MUlberry 5-9OlO
Diablo '57 slall members wish lo lhank lhe lollowing adverlisers who
made our ad pages possible: Acme Aulo Repair, Aulo Parls Sales Co.,
Mr. "B's" Founlain, Bank ol America, Berkeley Farms, B 81 J Fabrics.
Barry's Homeware Hardware, Bales Hardware, Brown's Music Cenler,
Bob's Physical Cullure, Candy Kilchen, Children's Sludio Pholograph,
Clill Barbera Pholographer, Clover Leal Farms, Coca-Cola, Concord
Cleaners, Concord Ave. Molors, Concord Slalionery 81 Gills, Concord
Transcripl, Crenshaw's Flowers, Dallon 8: Bo Qualily Meals, Dana's
Weslern Wear, Dave's Mobilgas, Diablo Sporl Cenler, Diamond
Malch Co., Edy's Candy Slore, Enean Thealer, EI Rey Thealer, Pour
Corners Hardware 81 Variely, Grand Rapids Purnilure, Grande's Shoes,
Garden Equipmenl Co., Hull Really, lJ. C.l Hamillon Oil, Hoky's,
James De Luxe Cleaners, Jerrico's Generalors, Kalherine K. Corsel
Shop, Kelly's Markel, Howard Slallord Real Eslale, TP. Ll Keller, Killy
Bar, Krueger Insurance Co., l.aila's Plorisl, Magini's Drug Slore, May
Painl X4 Glass, Men's Shop, Monlclaire Molors, Monle Gardens Beauly
Shop, Monle Gardens Cleaners, Music Box, Oliver's Shell Slalion,
Parker 8: Robb, Paddock Bowl, Park Way Cleaners, Perkins Masonry
Supply, Randall Signs, Read's T.V., Rexall Drug Slore, Rickshaw, Rine-
harl's, Ray's Texaco Service, Rod's Meal Markel, Ronayne Sales 81
Developmenl Inc., Russ Morgan, Salllers', School ol lhe Danse, Shee-
han Plumbing 8c Healing, Shell Chemical Corp., Silva's Union Service,
Sporl Chalel, Slallord Real Eslale, Slyle Shop, Sporls 81 Game, Sugar
Plumb, Tivoli Cleaners, Walnul Creek Eleclric, Wally's Renlal, Wesl
Furnilure, Willow Pass Laundromal and Willow Pass Grocery.
1. lVlr. Sundquist and his group of Hi-Y members look healthy and happy for
their annual picture. They are constantly on the go with numerous basketball
tournaments with other schools, Hi-Y clubs, swimming contests among them-
selves, and trips to Berkeley in the spring, along with earning a few trophies
to show for their hard work and physical skill. 2. How about the look on the
faces of these football enthusiasts! Teddy Plumb is the small one! Richard
Terra surely towers over him! 3. Miss Cartwright and her musically endowed
Boys' Glee Club give out with a little cheesecake for the photographer. 4. Lotus
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Colonel Purdy lJerry Huntl. "Teahouse of the August lVloon" was proudly
presented for the first time here at Diablo High School for the Spring term
play on lVlay. 5. Checking the hundreds of lockers around this school is quite
a iob, but Nlr. .Haviland has been thorough in getting this seemingly endless
thing done. He is always around whenever locker combinations stick' he fixes
them as promptly as possible. '
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Bob Ozias, Leclerer, Sireei 81 Zeus Co., Inc.-Priniing and Planning
Bob Moon, California Ari and Engraving Co.-Engraxring
l-lal Maison, Pliolograplners-l-lal and his pholographers, Pholography
'Bill Relchin, S. K. Smilh Co.-Covers i
Carcloza Binding Co.
Miss Marge Silva and Abe Garcia-Arr Work
Mr. Wilson Landrum-Telarecorcl '
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pablelgardener, Mr. Luigi Pino, is caught
The pcb. The lawns are kepl walered, fha
fl s f, and the hedges lrimmed. Diablo
has a beauliful landscape because Mr. Pino is
proud of the school.
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