Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)
- Class of 1936
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Text from Pages 1 - 54 of the 1936 volume:
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CLASS OF 1936
JOHN ALLEN HAM-"Pafbosl"
AUDREY LOIS MORRELL-"Tu+s"
We wish we were as smarf as she.
And had her personalify.
Peppy, preffy, popular.
Whaf more can we say?
Such popularify mus+ be deserved.
FRANK E. DEARIN6-"Pee Wee"
Oh. you are a Iuclcy lad,
Jus' as good as you are bad.
IDA MAY INSKIP-"Izzie"
The slcy was rneanf fo be a crown
Quiet induslrious. and iqfelliqenf,
Wifh an underlying sense of humor.
MARION ELIZABETH SWAP-' 'Dinkey
She is disfinquished by her calm and q
Gay and pefife, wifh dancing feel.
FRANK R. RICCI-"Ric"
A dancer lceen wiih ladies fair,
Bu? a man's man +o do or dare.
VICTORINE I-I. EVANGELISTI-' 'Too+s"
I-Ie will always excell in anyfhing he may af
CLASS OF 1936
Pep is not measured by inches.
Small of sfafure, big of hearf.
MELVIN P. ROBERTS-"Mel"
Why a cerlaih girl prefers blondes.
Gay and friendly, swee? and wise,
A hin? of mischief in her eyes,
Dimples and brown eyes-a deadly com-
A "doin wifh a dash.
I firsf beqan fo read, Ihen loved Io wrile.
A quiel Ionque shows a wise head.
MARJORIE IRMA CROPLEY-"Mickey"
A life Ihaf leads a melodious way.
CLARICE JEAN JOHNSON-"Kit"
Thouqh she wasn"r in Ihe Iimeliqhf she, foo.
did her share.
CLASS OF 1936
:AUDRYS :RMA SAPP-"Sap"
She's fhe lcind fhal makes fhe world go 'round
MATTHEW K. FOUNTAlN-"Ma1'h"
l-le's wi+fy in his wisdom.
GTHO L. DAVIS-"Snoolcs"
A "crack" afhlefe. a good scholar,
And a popular classmafe.
JANE M. SHANESY-"Shaney"
She's Irish lhru and fhru.
l-le's dork and affracfive,
In afhlefics he's ac+ive.
Her hearf is like fhe moon:
There's a man in if.
A dark goddess in a moonlif garden.
JOE A. RAMOS, JR.-
No sinner and no sein? perhaps
Bul' 'then the very besf of chaps.
VIRGINIA E. VINCENT-"Virgie"
A quief mind is richer fhcn a cro n
EVELYN F. HILL-"Ev"
And her fongue fripped lightly on,
MARION MARGARET MACPHERSON-
CLASS OF 1936
PAULINE ALICE CARR-"PauIie"
No maffer where you find her
She is always wearing a smile.
Liqlwl' of hair and liqhf of hearf,
True modesfy is e discerning grace,
HAROLD B. PR ESTON-"Pres"
Give me buf a place io stand
And l'll move fhe world.
There is a fwinlnle of love in her eye.
ANNA C. CARLSON--"Ann"
Led by simplicify divine
She pleased and never fried fo shine.
My idea of an agreeable person s one who
aqrees wifh me.
META ANNE BROWNE-"Mere"
Whaf her hear? 'thinks her fongue speaks.
ALlCE ROSE REZZONICO
Why aren'1 fhey all confenfed like me?
MABEL O. REZZONICO-"Terry"
Fond of beaufy, sporfs and laughfer,
Pleasure firsf and business after.
CLASS OF I936
Handy limbs in a manly mold
For sporfs and confesfs bold.
JENNIE MARIE BANDUCCI-"Jen
Some Ihink fhe world is made fo
'frclic and so do I.
MARY E. BLAKE-
Sweefness is fhe Icey fo her personally
She is. herself, 'Ihe besf of fhings collecfed
Prachcal enough fo have good marks
Dreamer enough Io have secref ambfons
Shall I compare Ihee 'lo a summer's day7
EDITH MAE CAIN-"Eadie"
She does liffle Izindnesses which os lea e
VELMA R. GAMBERG-"Bebe"
All labor and no play is nor,
I fhinlr, fhe proper way.
Ouief buf observing.
Common sense is not a common fhi g
CLASS OF 1936
Music is flue universal language OI mankind
A lovely blond we all preler,
CHARLES R. IAYLQR--"Cl'1aS"
A bov from the farm who Icnew luis foo?
MARY E. ANDERSON-"Mea"
Ivs nlie to be nafural when you're nafur
ELVIRA IOLA SWAINISON-"Swannv"
He' ways are gentle, her disposifion merr
DAR REL A. BEAN-"Kayo"
Wim' I learned I have Iorqoffen'
What I know I have guessed
H55 5 "cofI:iwq" good Fellow.
T'-e robles' flwinqs are sweef '
VIOLET M. BLANKENSI-IIP-NVE"
Tcdav Is lodav who cares abou? fomofrow
Good Hurror makes all fhinqs folerable.
ness and Ilqht
CLASS OF 1937
This is a line group ol upperclassmen Thai A. U. l-l. S. is proud To call her own.
The boys made up a large parl of each Team in C. l. F. compefirion, while fhe girls
look leading honors in inlerclass sporls. ln scholaslic and social aciivilies, in drama,
and music, The Juniors also did lheir parl.
Class officers were:
Presidenf - - Alberla Sfarlcey
Vice-Presidenl' - - - Dan Grace
Secrelary - - Warrene Elmore
Treasurer - - - - Annerle Parlon
We will noi easily forge? lhe hilarious 'rime furnished by rhe Juniors af fhe
"Spanish Fieslaw, given in honor of lhe Seniors. Good luclc, Juniors, you are desfined
lo be unconquerable seniors.
CLASS OF 1938
LasT years Freshmen have spenT The oasT year geTTing over The Term, 'Troshx'
and geTTing used To The more maTure Term Sophomore.
This years Sophomores have done Their parT in aTTending and supporTing The
various social Tundions. Some oT Them are prominenT members oT The band and or-
chesTra. OThers have become ouTsTanding in aThleTics, whiTe many have gone in Tor
rTramaTic endeavor. The class as a whole has kepT a high schoTasTic sTandard Through'
ouT The year. This class shows ai! The earmarks of going Torward To greaf Things in
The supporT of Their schooT.
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CLASS OF 1939
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AQFHW +0 cfiqlmafe ,CCHS are :fer Mem 'W ecficr. Tmey were taken zgaff In evefy
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This year has been a most successtui one tor the Student Body trom every stand-
point. Most ot this success has been due to the presidents, who in both semesters,
with the cooperation ot the Councii and Student Body have promoted many worth-
while proiects. In the tirst semester chiet among these was the sponsoring ot a series
ot radio programs over KIEM, and our first Student Body dance, the "Pigskin Prom'i,
which was backed by President Audrey Morreli and Vice President John Ham.
The second Councii and Cabinet under the ieadership ot President John Ham and
Vice President Otho Davis continued the good work, sponsoring a 'leap Year Prom"
and doing much to promote schooi spirit and provide entertaining assemblies.
With these two haroworlcing executives and a cooperative and wiliing Councii and
Student Body it is easy to understand the high ievel ot accomplishment reached by
this record year in A. U. H. S. Student Body government.
Tne I936 Advance sfaff, Under ine eadefsnw, of we edlror Anfe Mofre and
fne business manager. Sfuarf Fosfef, ras endeazfofed To record ine rnerncrabre evenfs
of 'rne year.
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An ran our foys renew
Edifors John Ham and Verne Cooperrioer v-Hn We aasisfance of Mrs. Meade as
racu Ty advisor and a capaoe sfaif wave ne T1 cr fee 'fpofd rnaoe by Me PeooerB
In previous years. Tne scrcoN newscacer fs ver! we 'ecelfed cr fre swdenfs as '
evidenced by Their excelenf suopofr.
Twe newsoaper, consrsfng of age rvw4rre:g'a:"e2 :ages was zcbrswed in lo f-
fcen edfions To a circulancn of arcfo-Imafcf 175.
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The FuTure Farmers is a well developed naTional organizaTion Tor boys inTeresTed
in agriculTure. The ArcaTa chapTer has a membership oT TorTy sTudenTs. Their ac'
TiviTies are exhibiTing and iudging livesToclc in The counTy Tair, annual bangueTs, a Trip
To The 6reaT WesTern LivesToclc Show aT l.os Angeles, parTicipaTion in The STaTe Fair,
programs given beTore The STudenT Body, and many minor acTiviTies. The ToTal earn-
ings Trom lasT year's proiecTs were six hundred and nineTeen dollars. SixTy dollars in
premiums were won aT The counTy Tair. Jaclc Ficlcel is The presidenT: Joe Ramos, sec-
reTary: and O. F. Jacobs is The advisor.
The chieT purpose oT This club is To promoTe The undersTanding and appreciaTion
oT ArT. This year The club sponsored many proiecTs which include an exhibiT oT The
Carnegie collecTion and a ScholasTic exhibiT oT oTher schooTs' worlc. lvliss T-Tagopian
lecTured on Mexican ArT. Several baslceTs have increased our lndian collecTion. The
club sponsored Two assembly programs oT unique gualiTy. A movie camera was pure
chased and a movie given. To encourage The arT sTudenTs To improve Their worlc, The
name oT The pupil improving mosT during The year is engraved on The Clubis Honor
Tris, The elevenTh year of acTiviTy oT The Girls League oT ArcaTa l-li. has been
cenTered around The Annual Girls League ConvenTion which was held here This year.
This was The second Convenhon oT This lcind To be held in ArcaTa.
NT girls are members oT The League, as eiTher acTive or associaTe members. The
Annual l-li Jinlrs, which was in The Torm oT an Ad ParTy was held in The Fall. Also a
ChrisTmas program was given Tor The STudenT Body. ThroughouT The Year The League
has sponsored noon dances, held every Friday.
The LaTin Club, organized To :reaTe and mainTain acTive inTeresT in Roman iTe
and cusToms, had TorTy members This year. Their acTiviTies included a derivaTion
proiecT. an assembly program, club programs, and mary parTfes. The oTTicers Tor The
TirsT semesTer were: Consuls, Helen Arnofd, Mary Grbble' Scribes, Beverly l2oberTs,
DoroThy l-lunT: QuaesTors, Bradley Barres, EdiTh Cain, For The second semesTer:
Consus. Baroara l-lLinT, DoroTny T-liinT: Scribas, Phyllis Jacobs, Aice Duguid: Quaesf
Tore BCvC"1yRObCrT3, BE3TTy lvledlin.
The ouTsTanding purpose oT This organization is the encouragemenT oi sporTsman-
ship, malcing it possible Tor all girls To participate in The various games, and promot-
ing a Teeling oT school spirit. The second annual G. A. A. Convention was held at
Arcata in March with l5O girls, representing seven neighboring high schools, in aT-
Tendance. The Theme OT This highly successiul aTTair was cleverly patterned aTTer The
Olympic Games. Several assemblies oT original and novel stunts were given by The
girls during The school Term. Marion Swap is president oT This active organization
with Miss Evelyn Fielding sponsor.
The DramaTic Club, maintained To create opportunities Tor acTive sTudenT partici-
paTion in drama, has become one oT The most outstanding and popular extracurricular
acTiviTies in school. The club is divided irTo Tour groups, each giving a one-act play
oT merit aT The quarterly meeTings. As its Tall production The club presented The
comedy 'lGrowing Painsll, by Rouveral. The cast under The direcTion oT Miss Sample
did excellent worlc in Their portrayal oT high school students. Club oTTicers are: Wilma
Simpson, President: Victorine EvangelisTi, Secretary, STuarT Foster, Vice PresidenT, and
Miss Sample. advisor.
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The school s newesT organizahon is The BacheloreTTes , consisfing of TwonTy Jun-
ior and Senior girls eager To malce Themse'ves socially accepTable, give school service
and promoTe selT improvement The BacheIoreTTes are a parT oT The NaTional Sub'
Deb clubs organized by Miss ElizabeTh Woodward, Sub-Deb EdiTor oT The Ladies'
Among The many acTiviTies in which The club riiarTicipaTeo was The bene-TiT program
given Tor The Advance. The main social evenT oT The club was The semifTormal ball
presenfed in April, This club is sponsored by The ArcaTa Women s Club. Miss STel'a
Sufherland being The TaculTy advisor.
The aim oT The Excalibur Club is fo Toslev inslincTs oT service and promoTe The
menTal and physical developmenT oT iTs members. To aid scnool spiriT The members
have adopTed a cusTom oT wearing orange shirTs wiTh black neclrTies and Trousers.
During The year Tne club has successTully given a series oT inTeresTing programs af
Their weelcly meeTings as well as sponsored a school dance and assembly program.
AlberT Mendes and John T-Tam were cresidenTs Tor The TirsT and second semesTers.
The club is sponsored by The ArcaTa Rofary Club wiTh Mr. B. E. Ciaypool as iTs
Every year our band changes in personnel due fo lhe gradualion of The senior
members, buf fhe high slandards of performance are always mainiained under The
able direcforship of Mr. Wood. Corneis-Keiih Briqden, Roberf Bryan, Warrene
Elmore, Maffhew Founfain, Glen Lissner, Anneffe Parion, Sranhope Pedley, Tony Dias,
Allen Clary, Melvin Roberfs, Charles Reid, Leo Segheffi, and Thomas Walls. Bass
Horns-Charles Arnold, Jaclc Ficlcel, and Casper Torp. Trombones-Jaclc Morlon, Jack
Davis, Harley Spencer, and Phyllis Jacobs. French Horns-Marie Canclini, Virginia
Ficlcel, Anna Hill, and Jean Hood. Fluies-Evelyn Hill and Alberla Sfarlcey. Bari+one-
Margaref Monroe. Clarinefs-Darrell Bean, Frances Ensign, Sfuarf Fosfer, Arlhur
Holfon, Vivian Larsen, Donald Malone, Jack Schmidf, and Marion Swap. Saxaphones-
Lena Caprille, Wallace Naye, Marlin Sfover, and Charles Jarboe. Bassoon--Helen
Arnold. Mellophone-Laura Jensen. Euphonium-Frank Wakeland. Cymbals-Mare
iorie Cropley. Snare Drums-Belly Forman, and Rollo Forman. Bass Drum-Verne
Musical sfudenfs are lorfunale in having lwo organizalions open fo lhem, and we
are very proud ol our compelenl Orcheslra. li has performed lor several school
programs and also Jraken parf in fhe Music Fesfival. Piano-Marjorie Cropley. Viof
lins-Delia Biondini, Mary Brown, Verne Cooperrider, Evelyn l-lill, Laura Jensen, Don-
ald Malone, and Virginia Vincenl. Trombones-Jack Davis, and Jaclc Morlon. 'Cello
-Jean Flood. Slring Bass-Charles Arnold. Clarinefs-Sfuarl Fosfer, Arlhur Hol-
fon, Vivian Larson, Jack Schmidt and Frances Ensign. Saxaphones--Wallace Naye,
and Marlin Sfover. Flufe-Alberla Sfarlcey. French Horns-Virginia Ficlcel, and
Anna Hill. Corners-Roberl Bryan, Warrene Elmore, Mallhew Founfain, and An-
neHe Parlon. Bass Horn-Casper Torp. Bassoon-Helen Arnold. Cymbals-Belly
Forman. Snare Drums-Rollo Forman. Bass Drum-Jack Ficlcel.
Prospecfs were poor al ihe slarl of The season since l-lam was The only experienced
player from las? year. The lirsf lwo games were losl before lhey sfruclc lheir sfride.
They Then won eighl conseculive league games. ending in second place. The mosf
exciling oi These was lhal in which Eureka received her only deieai. Ham. Chamber-
lain, Smiih, and Roberls showed greal improvemenl while Schorlig was second high-
scorer in lhis division. The Tlu lcepi John l-lam, Erle Hill, and Darrell Sundquisf from
being in +he picrure.
The heavyweighfs ended a successful season in a lie wilh Del Norre lor 'rhe Charn-
pionship, each winning seven ol len games. The lie was nor played off. Eurelca losl
bolh of her games 'through lorleilure. All The games were close and exciling, six be-
ing decided by lwo or less poinls. Davis, Cabalzar, Ramos. Slarlcey, Barsuglia, and
Grace played remarkably well-Siarlcey being second high-scorer in lhe league. All
are seniors buf Grace and Barsuglia. Alberl Mendes and Joe Ramos were ill wirh +he
Tlu ai The lime lhe piclure was lalqen.
ine neavyweign? ?eam is su??e-ring from a snor?age o? experienced ma?eriai. O?
ai? ?ne iarge sguad Donaid VVard is ?ne oniy one who piaced in ?ne coun?y mee? ias?
year. He snouid piece in ?ne Hurdles and broad iump fnis year. Ye? many o? ??ie
remaining naye indica?ed grea? ,oossibiiE?ies and snouid ?ne expec?ed irnprovemen? oc-
cur ?ne ?eam wiii ?urn in a credi?abie record.
O? me Hack ?eam Hia? won ?ne crwampionsnio ias? year, Scnoriig is ?ne oniy meme
ber ?o re?urn. Ye???1e new members nave snown marisod abili?y in ?lwe various even?s.
Ai?nougn s?iii ?oo eariy ?o ca?aiogue ?ina? oosi?ions wi?n any accuracy, promising
cirosoecfs are Sunquis? nign iumo and ode vaui?' Anderson, Foreman, and Ma??ox.
miodie ois?ances' Walelano nurdest ?:oun?ain, sno? our and Saccni, oasnes. Oniy a
:ew eyenfs sucn as ?ne broaoiump need s?reng?nening and snouid ?ney be, fXrca?a wiii
naive an cxcc ien? cnancc Q? again winning ?ne coun?y mee?.
WiTh buT Two veTerans, Ramos and laylor, reTurning, The Team is seriously handi-
capped. YeT in Their TirsT game oT The season They were deTeaTed by Del NorTe by
only one run. Ramos is The caTcher while Siggins, Wylie, Barsuglia. and Grace will
alTernaTe aT piTching. The inTield is composed oT Schorlig, Haines, Swope, and Lin-
gren. Ricci, Taylor, Grace, MacinaTi, and Fraser compose The ouTTield. This com-
binaTion oughT To do very well in The laTer games.
Gwing To ineligibiliTy rulings, Eureka was Torced To TorTeiT all her games, leaving
ArcaTa and Del NorTe Tied Tor The championship. The Tie was noT played OTT.
AlThough The squad was one oT The largesT ever ouT Tor TooTball, only Two TirsT-sTring
players, Ramos and Ricci, reTurned Trom The previous year. Even so handicapped by
mexperience The Team played e,T'onally well EighT OT The TirsT eleven were
Disregarding lhe lack ol experienceo players, lhe lennis leam hopes lo win lhe
championship lor which in lee previous year Arcala lied Eurelca. Girls' singles will
be ably handled by Warrene Elmore, all-eounly singles asl year. John l-lam.
member ol lasl years boys doubles will play lhe boys' singles. The players who
are showing marked progress and are conlending lor lhe remaining posilions on lhe
loam are Alberl Mendes, Lee Pelerson, Erie l-lill, Audrey Morrell, Irene Paddock, and
Belly Sue Wilson.
Girls' sporls commenced in lhe fail wilh lhe opening ol lhe speedbail season which
asled lor several weelcs. In lhe inlerclass games lhe Juniors were successlul in delealf
'ng 'me Seniors and caolaring lne championship. The high Iighl ol lhe baslcelball sea-
son was lhe All-Slar game wniin was played by lhe besl l2 girl baslcelball players in
lne school. Due lo lhe lie epidemic lhe championship ,lurior-Senior game was nol
payed. The voleybail season opened wilh lhe mixed leam lournamenl in which
ooln boys and girs paflcipaleo. lnlerperiod and inleroass games were also played,
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BOYDS SUPER SERVICE STATION
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Feed and Seed
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Ford V8 Cars and Trucks
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VARSITY SWEET SHOP
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