Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)

 - Class of 1934

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NIXON Sepiember 8, I933 IN MEMORIAM "We cannof say, and we will noi say Thai she is gone,-She is iusi away! "Wi+h a cheery smile and a wave of fhe hand She has wandered in'l'o an unknown land. "And lefi us dreaming how very fair I+ needs mus+ be, since she lingers +here." Q V V EEV.. . W K ,.kV :F G Y? Qwiyi 3 5,' -W E ,4-.. K' kkxflik-:,S,,1.' A,.. 'Q iff? . ,N sg, f , - - ,V M, e I how shall June fell glory Jrhal wenl willw May? fshall 'flue full year keep beauly . . ." -Drinlcwaler. l l M- 5-MM mx 'tQ,,15.. n .. 'V' .ff RP' 1 g ,l llll SCHCDOL ADMINISTRATION A. O. COOPERRIDER, Principal FACULTY Dorolhy E. Ames J. W. Boggess B. E. Claypool Pearl Degenharl Irven W. Davies E. W. Durslon John E. Elmore Evelyn Eeilclinq George Galloway Nina J. Graham Allen M. I-lam Lillian I-lagopian Rose I-lagopian Gerlrucle E. Meade W. B. McKi'r+rIck Mary Sample Slella Sulherland W. N. Woocl Aflon Zunclel TRUSTEES J. Emerson Graham Adam Macpherson Ray E. Welch Elmer Balmer L. A. Moxon THE STUDENT BODY The sTudenT body has successTully promoTed many worThwhile enTer- prises This year. The poinT sysTem Tor aThleTics and scholarship was inauguraTed and The awards were decided on. A highly successTul game beTween Two proTessional baslceTball Teams aT The school gym was baclced by The sTudenT adminisTraTion oT The TirsT semesTer headed by PresidenT James Cady and Vice-PresidenT Lee Seidell. The second semesTer cabineT and council under The leadership oT PresidenT Howard LesTer and Vice-PresidenT KeiTh Emenegger conTinued The good worlq. This adminisTraTion has selecTed The Tiger as The emblem Tor our school. BoTh adminisTraTions have done much To promoTe school spiriT and enTerTaining assemblies. The lasT council is worlcing especially hard To arrange Tor one program To be presenTed each week by The various clubs and organiza- Tions oT The school. -.,,,5j,f 7 THE SENIORS June lerminales four evenlful years of aclive parlicipalion in all high school affairs for lhe class of I934. During lhese four years lhis class has led on lhe alhlelic field, in lhe classroom, and in lhe various exlra curricu lar aclivilies. Arcala Union High School proudly presenls her leaders of lomorrow. JAMES PEETS "Gods gif? lo women." MARY ROBERTA MCCUTCHEON "Eyes Thar smile and dimples Tha? bequile ANNABELL CHRISTIE "Be fo her virfues very kind Be To her faulls a lilfle blind." EUGENE FOUNTAIN "Who mixed reason with pleasure And wisdom wi1h mirTh." LORENA DUNPHY "Her eyes are pools of Iaughfer gay Where many hearfs have gone asfray." HOWARD LESTER "None buf himself can be his parallel. ARCHIE SMITH "A mischievous lad was he." VIOLET SUSAN "Life's sfage finds her a capable adress, -. ,gf 8 CLARE COOPERRIDER "A sense of humor combined with wisdom." BILLIE FEILDING "A girl eller her own heart." JANE CAIN "There is nothing arniss Wifh fhis Charming miss." JOSEPI-IINE GALLACCI "Lighlhearled, wifh never a care is MARJORIE HYNER she." "A counfenance in which did mee? Sweel records, promises as sweel. EMILY TOMLINSON "A lass wilh a friendly smile." ELLEN LARSEN "Why worry? We only live buf once. FIORINA BANDUCCI "Wha+ care I for serious things?" DEAN LANGFORD "Always ready for sport or ioke, A iolly lad is he." ELLEN ANDERSON "Show buf sweelf' MILDRED JACKSON "The mildesl manners Wilh 'rhe genrlesl heart" LORENA SWANSON "A voice as sweet and clear was hea Only in springlime frorn a bird." THE SENIORS rd -if 9 I-3+ ARMEDA GIUNTOLI "A lovely apparifion serif To be a momenT's ornament" HENRY SORENSON "Serious as a deacon LAURENCE CHARLES "He is lruly greal who is truly good." HELENE LOUSTALOT "Here is one who will entrance This prelly maid from far oil France." KATHLEEN LARSON "There is always lime for fun." JOHN PINKERTON "The girls, he always shuns." ELVAN PRESTON "I dare fo do all Thai may become a man." HARLEAN ESPING "Ori with The dance." MERLE MORTON "Wi1h her hearl of gold Many friends she'll hoid." ED NULL "He is sfafely, young and fall." ARIEL MQCLASKEY "As cool and rerriole as a slam" MARY GRACE PARTON "Dainly, smiling, and sweet" THE SENIORS I 0 GLENN ROBERSHOTTE "A man of affairs." MARGARET ENSIGN "Believes Home Economics ls the suresl way lo a rnan's hearlf' OTTO NELSON "Sleadfaslly he pursues his goal." MINNIE FORBES "Oulel and reliable is she." GEORGINA ENNES "Her eyes are slars of lwllighl Ialr, Like Iwillghl loo, her dusky hair." PAUL HUNTER "Look lhouqhlfulg no maller how you feel." IRMA MERRIAM "My cares are the leasl of my worrlesf' ELEANOR HESS "ln sports she's a leader There's no one can beal her." HAROLD WESTLUND "The besl all-round pal a buddie ever had." GUILA LITTLE "Her lovely face ls buf her least and loveliesl grace." ETHEL ANDERLINI "ln her quief genlle ways A wealfh of sweefness she displays." MAXINE WORTH "An arflsfic girl who is bound To succeed." Q, THE SENIORS --B-:EI I I 113, JAMES CADY "I-Ie's dark and aIIracIIve In aIhIeIIcs he's acIIve." VIRGINIA TORP "I love work, II fasdhafes me, I can sir and Iook aI II for hours. LUCILLE PETERSON "Ge-nIIe manners and quIeT charm are always in vogue." JOSEPH ROBINSON "A IiIIIe feIIow of worIcIIy wisdom." CARMEN GILARDONI "FuII of charming gigqIes." ROY RYLANDER "Lef every man enIoy his whim, Whahs he To me, or I Io him?" FRANCES MOSCHETTI "LaugI1Ter sparkles from her eyes." JAYNE GUEST "The smlle fhaf bIessed one Iover's hear? Has broken many more." MILDRED ZEHNDNER "When in doubf, giggIe," LAURENCE ALKERN 'IA vaIIanI youIh." CLIFFORD HUTCHINS "A cheerfuI word, a happy grin I-Ie greefs each day wifh Iireless vim." BERNEICE ERICKSON "Precious 1hInqs come in smaII packages." THE SENIORS I2 ANDERS NEILSEN "An alhlele, by lhe gods, an alhlelelm BLANCHE NORRIS "Personality, good loolcsy and good naluref' VERNA CRAM "Happy and cheerful all lhe while She always wears a smile," DAN MCCAHAN "Happy am I, from care l'm free Why aren'l They all confenled like me," HAROLD JENKINS "A kinder genllemari treads nol The ear1h." MILDRED ANDERSON "There is an arf in being eloquenlly silent" BESSIE COE "Wilh a cheerful smile She brighlens her corner." EARL KJER "l and no olher, am masler of my falef' FRANCES LINDGREN "Relicenl and sweel A girl you'd like To meal." MELVIN DlMMlCK "I believe in doing greal lhiriqs, Nol in lalking lhefnf' KENNETH EKLUND "Take me as I am." EVELYN DOLSON EAGAN "As well be ou? of lhe world as oul of fashion." THE SENIORS -6 LAURENCE RUDE BEN BALLINGER "His whole hear? in his own affairs." "A mind serene for coniemplaiionf' KENNETH WATERS KATHRY I . .. N BUGEN G "There is greaf abilify A girl who excelled af coun+Iess Things." In knowing how fo confrol one's abilif THE SENIORS ON A JUNE DAY On a June day- I have sensed +he fragrance of pepperwood, The myslery of undulaling hillsides of green grass, l have swayed wilh a lacy leafed locust I have flown in swooping spirals wifh a Jrurkey buzzard. -June Gribble. Y When Hwe nigh nearf we magnify And Hfle pure vision celebrafe And worship greafness passing by Curse-Ives are gre-af." c l. Ts s E s JUNIORS The iunior class has Jraken an aclive parl in school aclivilies. Wilh +wo capable presidenls, Lee Seidell and Keilh Emenegger, il has successfully compleled ils Third year. ll is very well represenled in alhlelics by bo1'h boys and girls. A goodly number of oulslanding players on The champion- ship baskelball leam were iuniors, and did much lo bring Jrhe viciory wilhin Arca+a's grasp. Nol lo slighl +he girls, we musl say lhal Jrhey won The speedball inlerclass championship showing good sporlsmanship and Team work, which seem lo be lhe keynole of This up and coming class. There is a good percenlage of excellenl players in bolh band and orcheslrag in dramalics, Jrhe members have shown lheir skill admirably. Loyally To Arcala High has been evidenced by lheir whole-hearled par- laking in school affairs and allenclance al The games. One oulslanding evenl of The iunior year was The evening par'ry held in April which was highly successful. They look forward wilh greal hope and eagerness lo Jrheir senior year. I6 .- SO PHOMO RES These lasT year's insigniTicanT Treshmen being released Trom Their bondage have blossomed ouT inTo a very acTive class. They have Taken parT in every phase oT school aTTairs. They are sTeady players in aThleTicsg a good many are in The band and orchesTra and They have a good rep- resenTaTion on The l-lonor roll. This class is Tavored wiTh some good poeTs and arTisTs, so should go Tar in TurThering The school. A gay supper parTy was held aT dear old A. U. l-l. S. by These indusTrious sophs, which was enjoyed by all. The Two presidenTs who have led Them on To honor are Audrey Morrell and OTho Davis. As upperclassmen, These sTudenTs will help The school To bigger and beTTer glories and successes. -.ifl7Ei,..- FRESHM EN The freshman class was greeled wiih lhe Jrradilional walery inilialion, buf were very sporlive and showed Jrheir melile by "faking if wi+h a grin." They were quile bashful a+ Tirsl, buf soon go+ info The swing, and made delighfful 'friendships and have proved Themselves worlhy To belong lo Arcaia High. Many are in girls' and boys' alhlelicsg rhey have excellenlr malerial in Jrennis, and a promising oulloolc for fulure years in ofher sporls. They are indusirious youngsiers, and will go far. Band, orcheslra and The l-lonor Roll all have Their represenlarives. The presidenls are Bruce Wiley and Alia May Lesler. They will be glad lo greel The "Trosh" nexl year. iz 5 , , n':'1i,M 3 'M'-fk5?2'?'n AW-M15 , I I ,QW , f ir I iff' ., 3, , ,, A ' rimifv, . MM I" f:g,,Mv ..I "I-Ie cIedicaIes incIusIrIous hands .... DrinIcwaIer. W ACTIVITIES PUBLICATIONS Tl-lE ADVANCE The i934 Advance slafl in Jrhis annual has alrlempled lo preserve lhe happy laces of classmales and lo record lhe inleresiing, The serious and cheerful, lhe lrivial and worlhwhile evenls which have crowded lhe days of The school year. Memories of leachers, classes, classmales, clubs, and exciling evenls in which you have parlicipaled are recorded here and awail you each lime you open lhis year boolc in fuiure years. Tl-IE PEPPER BOX Under lhe supervision of Mrs. Meade, lhe Pepper Box has published fourreen numbers. The paper was mimeographed, wilh an average of l5O copies issued in every edilion. Despile a change in slafl, high slan- dards of publicalion were mainlained 'rhroughoul bolh semeslers. l-larold Wesllund and Margarel Ohlendicli were The edilors for lhe lirsl and second semeslers. Eg. .- ORCHESTRA The ArcaTa l-ligh School orchesTra has had more harmony and less discord Than in previous years. IT is The largesT one we have ever had, boasTing 2l girls and I5 boys, and is, as Mr. Wood says, like The new Chevrolel'-larger and longer. IT has played for numerous grammar school enTerTainmenTs and Tor our play, "ErsTwhile Susan." Our Girls' League orchesTra is also progressing in iTs populariTy. BAND Gur band has been a greaT success. lT has played Tor The American Legion, Ferndale Fair, Boy ScouT drive, Camplire Girls' drive, and has given several concerTs on The plaza. BoTh The band and The orchesTra are To play in The music TesTival. The German band is a lively organiza- Tion ThaT has Turnished good enTerTainmenT. Our direcTor, WalTer N. Wood. has The disTincTion oT being a criTic Tor The NorThern SacramenTo Valley Music Fe-sTival aT Chico. ---ETZI THE GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS COMMITTEE Cl-IAIRMEN Presidenln, ,Y,, ,,,, , , Margarei Ensign Social ,, YY,,,,, ., ,,.,,,sGuila Liiile Vice-President, ,S , Virginia Torp Puloliciry ,,,I,,, , I,,., ,E,.,v,V V iolei Susan Secrelary Y, Clare Cooperrider School Service ,, ,,c,,,, ,Wilma Simpson Treasurer , , nlzrances I-Iill Improvement, c.,, Mary R. McCuIcheon Song Leader, , , Merle Morlon I-lospiialiiy, ,,YY,,,,,YY,,,,,,,,,,,,. Blanche Norris Yell Leader, ,,,,,, , , Alia Gasiman Dancing ,, ,,,,,,, , .,,,,,,, ,,Audrey Morrell Sergeanl'-aI'Arms , Kalhryn Bugenig Big Sisler A,c,,,, ,,,c,,A.,c... B arbara Johnson Advisor ,, , ,, ,, Miss Graham Enlerlainmeni ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,s, Audrys Sapp The Girls' League is an organizalion which includes all girls in The school as eilher aciive or associale members. The Girls' League Council underloolc as one ol Iheir proiecls This year Ihe organizalion ol a dancing class for boys in our school dances. The dancing commiilee has organized a iazz orchesira ol Iourleen members who Iurnish music Tor our noon dances and on olher occasions. The annual I-li-Jinlcs, in Ihe form of a babies' parly, was enioyed early in The year. Enlerlaining programs and leclures for Ihe sludenl body have been sponsored by 'rhe council. 22 l THE DRAMATIC CLUB The dramaTic club is an organizaTion whose chieT purpose is To pro- moTe inTeresT in good drama Through acTive parTicipaTion in play-acTing and play-producing. ProbaTionary membership is earned Through The parTicipaTion in one public play as a lead or in Two as a minor characTer. Eleven members received acTive membership pins aTTer The Tall play and more are expecTed To qualiTy aTTer The spring play. lnTeresTing programs are enioyed aT every meeTing oT The club. The organizaTion has been able To produce Two plays This year under The able direcTion oT Miss lvlary Sample. PLAYS The Tall play "ErsTwhile Susan," a characTer comedy, was given aT The l-ligh School audiTorium The second week in January. VioIe+ Susan gave an excellenT perTormance as The leading lady wiTh Eugene EounTain, Edward Warren, and Audry Kier also carrying heavy roles. These char- acTers were ably supporTed by The resT oT The casT producing a very Tine play. The spring play, "The Ivory Door." a very ambiTious underTalcing, To be produced The second weelc in lvlay will be characTerized by elaboraTe cosTumes and eTTecTive lighTing. The casT is worlcing hard To malce This as crediTable a play as Those presenTed in The pasT. -..sg 23 13.,.- FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Fulure Farmers' Associalrion allended The I-Iumboldl Counly Fair in Augusl and won many prizes. In Ihe fall Ihe boys gave a parenl and son banguer in Ihe I-Iigh School social room. The Iirsl weelc in May some ol The boys allended 'rhe Fulure Farmers' Convenrion held af San Luis Obispo. The "Aggies" hold meelings Iwice a monlh, a+ which well- Icnown speakers are occasionally presenl. Lee Seidell is presidenf of Ihe group and lvlr. Zundel advisor. INTERNATIONAL CLUB To promole world peace and inlernalional goodwill, by ioining hands wilh fellow sludenls Ihroughoul Ihe world, Ihrough slrudy and correspond- ence, is Ihe obieclive of Ihe Inlernalional Club, of which Violel Susan is presidenr, Karhleen Larson, vice-president Annabell Chrislie, secrerary, and NhssI4agopbn,sponson aA24Bw EXCALIBUR CLUB The aim oT The Excalibur Club is To TosTer insTincTs oT service and promoTe The menTal and physical developmenT oT iTs members. During The year. several business men addressed The club. lTs baslceTball Team won The championship oT The Y League by noT losing a single game. VisiTs were paid To oTher Excalibur clubs in The counTy. James Cady and Lee Seidell were presidenTs Tor The TirsT and second semesTers. LATIN CLUB The purpose oT This organizaTion is To add inTeresT To The sTudy oT LaTin, malcing iT more eTTecTive Tor improvemenT in English, and aTTording an opporTuniTy Tor gaining a broader knowledge oT The cusToms and achievemenTs oT The Roman people. especially Those on which our gov- ernmenT is based. lvliss Ames is sponsor. "Ad asTro per aspero." To The sTars Through diTTiculTies. l ,W ., . 25 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Alfhough if was originafed only fhis year, fhe G. A. A. has become one of fhe school's foremosf organizafions. lfs purpose is fhe encourage- menf of sporfsmanship, furnishing opporfunifies for all girls fo parficipafe in sporfs. This energefic group has been insfrumenfal in fhe revival of lively school spirif. lfs members have purchased black and gold caps, which malce a colorful showing af games and around fhe school. The girls have presenfed several original and clever assemblies of a highly enferfaining nafure. ' The resulfs of ifs endeavors fo promofe school spirif were evidenced in increased sfudenf affendance af games. HI-Y Wifh Mr. I-lam as ifs sponsor fhe I-li-Y has become one of fhe mosf acfive and progressive organizafions of Arcafa I-ligh. The club was in charge of fhe foofball rally before fhe game wifh Eureka. If sponsored fhe Shin-Dig held on May IO. If enfered info baslcefball compefifion in fhe Y League. The German and Spanish bands, composed of members, were ifs musical represenfafives, playing before various service clubs and organizafions. - POETRY CLUB The Poefry Club was newly organized in November 'of l933. There were fwo elecfed program chairmen, Audrys Sapp and Merle Morfon, and when fhe membership grew, Violef Susan was appoinfed fhird chair- man. All club members are poefry lovers, and if has been fhe club's policy fo invife inferesfing speakers fo enferfain fhe group for a parl' of ifs program. The sponsors for fhis organizafion are Mrs. lvleade and lvliss Sufherland. af' gf' , m. L n , A L ' X gp ayff "And keeps a spirif resolufef' -Drinkwafer. 0 T BASKETBALL I-IEAVYWEIGI-ITS AT The sTarT oT The season our heavyweighTs loolced very good, buT due To diffi- culTies Shull, The cenTer, was Torced To leave school early in The season. Soon aTTer, Turlco- vich also leTT. Anders Nielson, sTellar forward, was also losT aTTer The TirsT semesTer. The greaTly handicapped boys sTill had loTs of spiriT and showed iT ThroughouT The resT oT The season. Howard LesTer and James Cady were chosen as members on various all-counTy Teams. Cady also won The gold baslceTball given by Coach Claypool Tor The mosT LIGHTWEIGI-ITS NoT only deTeaTing our old rival Eurelca, buT going TurTher and winning The Hum- boldT-Del NorTe CounTy Championship, The lighTweighT Team was undoubTedly The besT ThaT ArcaTa has enTered in compeTiTion Tor several years. They losT only one game, This was wiTh Eureka The TirsT Time The Two Teams meT. Nearly all The games The boys won lEurelca and ForTuna especiallyl were won by scores which were Too close To be com- TorTable--so The boys say. Seidell aT cenTer, Naye and Tomini aT Torwards, and Emenegger, l-lunTer, and PeeTs aT guards, all played a wonderTul brand oT baslceTball. James PeeTs won The baslceTball Tor The mosT accuraTe Toul shooTing in The lighTweighT division. accuraTe Toul shooTer. 28 E, ,,- TRACK I-IEAVYWEIGHTS Due To The lack oT maTerial The heavyweighTs will be greaTly handicapped This season as Grand and Cady are The only Two men who Took poinTs in The lasT counTy Track meeT. Bill lnskip is running The 880 in Tine Torm in pracTice and should go places in The meeT This year. Grand and Cady should repeaT Their performances and gaTher poinTs in The hurdles. Jenkins and Cady have also been showing up well in The high iump. ErnesT Susan has been showing Tine Torm in The 440, overcoming all opposiTion so Tar, and should keep up The good work. The Team is greaTly lacking in maTerial Tor The shoTpuT, pole vaulTing, and sprinTs. The Team will miss MoscheTTi and Sundberg who Took poinTs lasT year aT The meeT. LIGHTWEIGT-ITS Aside Trom a weakness in The dashes The lighTweighT Team shows excellenT prom- ise This year. l-lunTer and Emenegger, sure poinT Takers in The hurdles and broad jump, are showing greaT promise. Emenegger is also puTTing The shoT in Tine Torm. CliTTord Bass, a 440 man, should repeaT and again Take poinTs in his division. The loss oT Grayden FinTrock will be keenly TelT This year as he Took TirsT in The IOO and second in The 220-yard dashes. IT maTerial shows up in The dashes, pole vaulTing, and high jump The lighTweighT Team should go places in a loig way This season. 29 is '- ' FOOTBALL ArcaTa had very good maTerial This season Tor a Tine TooTbaIl Team. They de- TeaTed Del INlorTe IO To 6, losT To The Ferndale champions 7 To O, and also losT To Eureka I9 To 6. The boys played excellenT TooTball during The enTire season and should have won more games. The main drawback This season was The lack OT exe perience oT mosT oT The maTerial-Nielson, Simas, MaTTson, and Cady being The only leTTermen back. The boys should be able To give a very good accounT OT Themselves nexT season. The Team will only lose Tour players by graduaTion. Graves, Grand, Dearing, and Jarboe all gave good accounTs oT Themselves on The line. Nielson, Simas, and Cady played Tine ball in The backTieId. BASEBALL Our boys made a Tine sTarT and an exce!IenT Tinish, buT They iusT couldn'T seem To geT going during The middle oT The season. They won Their TirsT game Trom SouTh Fork by The score oT I4 To I. They Then dropped a poorly played game To Ferndale 6 To O. They made a sTrong comeback and nearly deTeaTed The sTrong Eureka aggre- gaTion. The score was 4 To 3. The ForTuna Team having deTeaTed all oTher opposiTion came To ArCaTa To swamp The home Team and To win The championship, buT aTTer The dusT oT baTTle had cleared Tound Themselves on The shorT end oT a I4 To 2 score. Seidell's, Olivera's, PeTersen's, and Ramos's Tine hiTTing, Vanoncini's Tine caTching, Cady's home run, and CosTa's superb piTc:hing were all TeaTures oT This game. 4' 30 '- TENNIS WiTh The enTire membership oT lasT year's TirsT Team reTurned To com- peTiTion, The Tennis Teams show promise oT raTing highly. in The counTy meeTs This year. Laverne Elmore showed his usual unbeaTable Torm and reTained his number-one singles posiTion. l-loward LesTer and Paul I-lunTer proved a formidable doubles Team, and should have liTTle Trouble in dis- posing oT oTher doubles combinaTions. Eugene FounTain and Virginia Torp comprised The mixed doubles. Bruce Wylie, Edward Graves, John l-lam, RoberT Ferguson, and Edward Warren made up The second Team. The girls were represenTed by Warrene Elmore, AlTa May LesTer, Virginia Torp, Eleanor l-less, Billie Fielding, and l-lelen Esping. AlThough They lack experience in inTer-scholasTic compeTiTion, iT is hoped ThaT They will pre- senT sTiTF opposiTion To invading Teams. HUMOR oo You KNow THEM? Miss Graham: Are you lisTening, girls? Mrs. Meade: When I was living in Kansas CiTy, Missouri- Miss Ames: Warm up Tor The speed TesT. Mr. T-lam: l suppose you are all working on your papers. lT's a remarkable TacT- Miss Hagopian: The wind is blowing The wrong way on several leTTers. Mr. Wood: Sound your A. Miss Fielding: Squad order: check cosTume cuTs. Mr. Davies: Take ouT your dicTaTion books. Mr. Elmore: Who goes in The lab Today? Miss Sample: l don'T give a conTinenTal. Mr. Boggess: ThaT isn'T righT. Do iT over again. Mr. DursTon: The second bell has rung. Mr. Zundel: LisTen To John saying his prayers. Miss DegenharT: Have you goT your ouTside work done? Mr. Claypool: Do you geT The poinT? Mr. McKiTTrick: Well, uh- Mr. Cooperrider: Make arrangemenTs wiTh your Teachers. 3l -,g43213+ --5+531 33 13+ PETE SACCHI Chevrolet leads by widest margin in history Arcata, California We Wish Much Success to the I934 Graduates HARVEY HARPER Ford V-8 Dealer in Eureka A. W. ERICSON Photo Finishing . . . Jcb Printing Picture Framing Arcata, California NELLIE MANGUM Arcata, California C. J. "HAPPY" HILL Has PLAZA GARAGE Everything to Wear W. A. Crawford Phone 7I-W "gn The plaza" Arcata, California COLLEGE SHOE SHOP Co,-nplimenf, of The Shoe Repairing Eighth and G Streets E. Canclini ARCATA LAUNDRY McCANN MOTORS KELLER'S DRUG STORE Ford V-8 Cars and Trucks Prescription Druggist Complete Car Service Arcata, California THE DELTA EVEREADY SERVICE STATION . . L. M. Vaissade, Prop. AI-Cala' cahfnmla Cor. I0th and H Streets Arcata, California Fo' Qua'l'YvQ'li,De'iCa'ei"" I ,PETE cANcuNi si-Toe si-lor , "Where Shoe Repairing Is a Speciality" GUS S GROCERY E Arcata, California TATMAN'S BAKERY Cqmplimgnfg of On III' Redwood HI9l"'aY PUBLIC UTILITIES CALIF. CORP. "The Home of Good Bakery Products" Aman' california Compliments of - PAPIN' BROS. J' C' MILL COMPANY Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables i5"'C' 'WI Aram, California Compliments of BLEDSOE'S BRIZARDS OF ARCATA Arcata, California SEELY 8: TITLOW COMPANY G- W- AYERII-L Qualify G,-oem-ie, Kuppenheimer Clothes A,-cafe. Califgrnia Arcata, California DR. EUGENE FOUNTAIN E. V. JONES Dentist Drayage and Transfer Phone 73 Arcata, California Aman' California BERT HILL-5 VARIETY STORE HILFICKER ELECTRIC CO. Arcahl California Philco Radios . . . Everything Electric v Y Arcata, California COTTAGE GROVE DAIRY Ro, H. So,,m,,' mp, PETERSON'S SPORTING eooos STORE Phan. I0,J,2 Arena' camomga Fishing Tackle . . . Athletic Equipment Tennis Rackets Restrung DALY'S "HumboIdt's Own Store" Extends Congratulations to the Graduates of I934 O. K. BARBER SHOP John Mortensen, Prop. Arcata, California WHITE CITY DAIRY Arcata, California A. BANDUCCI Fresh Fruits and Vegetables First Furnish Your Home T DUCK BROS- THE ARCATA UNION Fourth and H Streets Phone 873 Eureka, California Commercial Printing and Advertising if 34 law VARSITY SWEET SHOP Robert C. Gayhart, Prop. "On the Redwood Highway" COLLEGE NEWS STAND Magazines, Newspapers, Candy, Ice Cream, Miscellaneous A. J. Taylor, Prop. FREEMAN ART COMPANY Eureka, California B. B. BARTLETT OPD. D. S. P. BARTLETT OPD. D. Optometrists Eureka, California SAFEWAY STO RES. INC. JACK'S BARBER SHOP Authorized Political Discussion Arcata, California BEER INSURANCE AGENCY Arcata, California GILMORE SERVICE STATION "Red Lion Gas Surpasses Them All" Gene Chamberlain, Prop. Compliments of GOLDEN STATE CREAMERY ARCATA CLEANERS Phone 77 . . . "We'll Do the Rest" Earl Spellenberg, Prop. A. W. SYMMES New York Life Phone 272-R Arcata, California U NION SERVICE STATION Gas, Oil, Tires, Batteries John Vanden Bosh, Prop. ATKINSON lr WOODS The Rexall Drug Store Eureka, California THE TOGGERY Good Clothes Eureka, California HORNBROOK'S SHOE STORE Eureka, California THE ROSERY FLOWER SHOP Edna R. Speier W 734 Sth Street Eureka, California McCLURE 8: McCREERY Optometrists Eureka, California ROMA BAKERY Eureka, California ROTERMUND'S FUR SHOP Furs, Coats, and Dresses 523 5th Street Eureka, California DELANEY 81 YOUNG Distributors of Delaney's Candies and Beverages Eureka, California DR. H. L. 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