Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)

 - Class of 1922

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7 KJ .Jx ill ,Illini .fn l llff M . . 'MTX 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 were welliestablished in the ways of .ii null ', it ui ii. it ll T xy ,. lf iii. 1 no lifl 5,- sf-L , M v u nrrue 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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