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First Semester. Second Sernester.
Clemens McClaskey - - - President - - - Lorna Cochrane
Michael Pontoni - - - Vice President - - - Ruth Brown
Alexia Devlin ---- Sec-Treasurer ----- Alexia Devlin
Class Advisor ----- Irven W. Davies
At the beginning of the year plans
were made to initiate the Freshmen.
Later the plans were carried out to the
great amusement of the Student Body,
faculty, and guests. A mock marriage
was staged and Miss Taylor, the blush-
ing bride, was given away by her state-
ly mother, Alyce Spetz, to the groom,
Claude Rose. Mrs. Acheson took the
part of a chorus girl, dancing a few
graceful steps, accompanied on the
piano by Miss Dunton. The wee Fresh-
men were put through various stunts,
a number being wheeled around in baby
The Sophomores also gave a Hallow-
e'en party in the gymnassium. The hall
was prettily decorated with evergreens,
black and gold streamers, and variously
colored balloons." Games and dancing
occupied most of the time, after which
a yelling contest was held by three
groups, each yelling A. U. H. S. yells.
The group yelling the loudest received
asa prize a bag of stick candy.
The Sophomores have creditably
taken partinthevarious school activities.
They gave a candy sale to raise funds
to help one of the Red Bluff School
students, the only survivor out of
thirteen injured in an auto-bus accident
at a railroad crossing while on their way
Lorna Cochrane '24,
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First Semester. Second Semester.
Dorothy Zehndner - - President - Dorothy Zehndner
Cecil Ripley - - Vice President - - - Joe Bonacina
Elaine Hamilton - - Secretary - - Robert Ray
Charles Vanoncini Treasurer - - Robert Ray
Class Colors - Pink and Green
Class Flower - - Pink Carnation
Class Advisor - - Mrs. R. A. Hill
No other class has been represented
so well in school activities as the class of
'23, Our boys and girls were very active
in athletics and were found on every
team and in every phase of athletics. In
interclass contests we were never at the
bottom, but always near the top of the
ladder. Two of the most influential stud-
ent body positions, those of Treasurer
and Athletic manager, were held by Jun-
In class activities we also have been
with the leaders. On the closing day for
the Christmas Holidays, we enjoyed a
candy pull in the Science room. Later in
the year a party was given which was
attended by Seniors and Juniors.
The Juniors hope, with cooperation,
to make the coming school year when
they will be Seniors a banner year in
the history of the class.
Joe Bonacina '23
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On August 15, 1922, eighty timid
Freshmen entered the Arcata U.H.S.
halls of learning. We patiently waited,
while the upper classmen and sophmores
tried to torment us, until the bell rang
and then wt were put under the guidance
of Miss Dunton, our class teacher. We
elected the following officers:
President - - Thomas Murphy. D,
Vice President - - Newell Dixon.
Sec-Treasurer - Vincent McClure.
In September came the initiation
night. 1 The Sophomores were full of
pranks .to play on us unsuspecting,
innocent Freshmen. , '
By theitime Christmas came we
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high school and were loyal members of
the Student Body. After the holidays
were over, we again elected officers for
the second semester:
President - Dymae Baldwin.
Vice President - William Touhey.
Sec-Treasurer - Daven Devlin.
We also planned a party to be held
February 10, to which we invited the
sophomores and faculty. Everybody had
a good time.
As for the games, who could be
more enthusiastic or interested in them
than the Freshmen? This is shown by
the fact that several of our class have
received A's for their part in athlctif.
Lois McDowell 15.
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