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Page 34 text:
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
The TirsT sernesTer sTudenT body council oT This year was led by PresidenT Harold
Anderson and Vice PreSidenT Marilyn McNeil. One oT The biggeST aTTairs sponsored by
The council was a Sadie Hawkins Day dance when pracTically The whole sTudenT body
came To school aTTired in coSTurnes Typical oT The Theme.
Fourfh Row: T. Paul, M. Deems, H. Edwards, D. Lansing, L. Anderson. Third Row: E. McCon'1bs, D. Devine, W. Sirnas,
E. Canclini, H. Anderson, Z. Slernberger. Second Row: M. Slraka, M, Clark, M. McNeill, J. AbboTT, I. Lighfford, H.
Arnold. Firsf Row: M. Bugenig, B. Walsh, S. Merryman, B. Dickinson, K. Havens, Mr. Ham.
Fourfh Row: Z. Sternberger, J. Abbo'rT, T. Paul, J. Crai , D. Canrrell, H. Edwards, M. McNeill. Third Row: Mr. Ham,
E. Brand, B. Gayharl, P. HunTer, K. Hawks, J. Kendal? L. Huggins, B. AbboTT. Secnod Row: R. Hill, D. Pegoloffi,
H. Anderson, B. Parris, J. Piersall, M. Slraka, N. Birnie. Firsf Row: 'B. Walch, K. Havens, B. Dickinson, M. Johnson,
L. Simpson, I. Mason, C. Merryman, D. Auslin.
The Second sernesTer STudenT council under The guidance oT PreSidenT Jack Craig
and Vice PreSidenT Kay Swap Took charge oT The Annual Work Day which was The ouT-
STanding evenT oT The year. Several MaTinee Dances were held and a very succeSsTul
downTown rally, preceding The Eureka baskefball game. was prepared by The council
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The A. U. H. S. Band oT i940 boasTs oT The larqesi'
membership in The hisTory oT The orqanizaTion. The
qroup is composed oT OO sTudenT musicians and Their
eminenT conducTor Mr. W. N. Wood.
The T'irsT public appearance oT The Band was Sep-
Tember 9, I939, when They Took parT in The TesTiviTies
oT ArcaTa's Annual Admission Day CelebraTion.
On December 5, I939, a concerT was given in co-
operaTion wiTh The Choir, Chorus, and The Girls
Leaque OrchesTra as a means oT raisinq iunds Tor a
Trip To The Bay Area Thai' is being anTicipaTed laTe in
The Spring SemesTer. AnoTher concerT was held Jan-
uary 23, l94O, specifically for The above cause. The
Bands porTion of The laTTer concerT included The
WesTerner March V ...King
Fra Diavolo OverTure .. . .. .. . .. .Auber
BesT Loved SouThern Melodies .. Arr. by Fillmore
Under The Double Eagle, March .. . ..Wagner
Amazon OverTure, . ., .. . .. ., .Keisler
World War Songs . .. . ...Arr, by Lalcs
Raising money was noT The only obiecTive of The
Band: They also Tried To promoTe school spiriT, ciTi-
zcnship and cooperaTion. This was done in coopera-
Tion wiTh The sTudenT body by playing Tor rallies,
Games, and assemblies. Several marching Trips were
Taken downiown durinq The course OT The year in
preparaTion for The Annual Field Day held in May.
The Band also parTicipaTed in The Music FesTival
which is held every year in April.
The members arranged according To insTrumenTa-
Tion are as Tollows: CorneTs: K. ATwood, S. Buck, M.
Chahley, M. Clarlc, L. CourTrighT. W. CraycroTT, A.
Friedli, A. 6ayharT, C. Haven, P. Klinqer, A. Marfin,
C. McCuTcheon, C. Merryman, M. Papini, T. Paul,
R. PriTchard, A. Relac, D. Toile, J. Tonini: Horns:
B. Bray, P. Hubbard, P. Lewis, E. Schmidt W. Tonini:
BariTones: L. Jones, J. McNeil, S. Mowery, M. Wil-
son: Trombones: M. Ennes, B. GayharT, L. MaTThews,
S. Merryman, B. Brown: Basses: E. Biorl:sTrand, A.
Burns, E. Purse, F. RoberTs: FluTe: H. Arnold, K.
Swap: Oboe: P. HunTer: Bassoon: N. Birnie: AlTo
Sax: S. Anderson, K. Beam, R. Hill, G. Maire. E.
Moxon, B. ParTon, D. Rezzonico, B. Saunders: Tenor
Sax: C. Murray, RobT. Pierce: C-Mel Sax: E. Jensen:
Dar-Sax: V.Jerisen: Bass Sax: R. Jones: E-flaT Clarinef:
M. Knapp: B-'FlaT ClarineTs: J. Bixler, R. Bressee, J.
Cabalzar, D. Freeman, F. GeTchell, P. Ham, K.
Hawkes, D. Irish, M. Johnson, E. Jones, D. Laurscn,
E. Malone, A. Moxon. J. Neiri, L. NordquisT, R. Or-
landi, G. PeTrovich, V. PeTrovich, L. Picchi, Roi.
Pierce, S. Rader, M. STouder, B. STover, C. Speer, M.
Turner, B. Welch, D. Wilson: Tympani: B. AbboTT:
Drums: M. Chafley, G. HarT, L. Sandlcullu, C. Se-
quisT: Drum Maiors: M. McNeil, H. Washburn: Di-
recfor: W. N. Wood.
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Fourih Row: R. Torp B. Gayhad, K. Swap, J. Abbofl, B. Simpson. Third Row: E. Nielson, M. McNeill, Z. Sfemberger,
H. Jennings, J. Morgan. Second Row: V. Pefrovich, C. Ramos, Miss Carroll, C. Murray, M. Caliesch. Firsi Row: J.
Founiain, J. Tonini, D, PegoloTTi, M. Sfralra, S. Anderson, B. Graham.
The BachelOreTTes, a Sub-Deb Club, is composed OT I5 Seniors and 5 Juniors. AT
ChrisTmas They enTerTained The oTher clubs OT The school aT a iolly "Kiddie" parTy. A
dinner was given every mOnTh by The girls. The acTiviTies OT This club were under The
guidance OT Miss Carroll, The TaculTy advisor, and presidenTs I. Elmore and Z. STem-
berger. OTher oTTicers were: Vice PresidenT, B. GayharT: SecreTary, S. Anderson: Cor-
responding SecreTary, E. Nielsong Treasurer, M. McNeil.
This was an ouTsTanding year Tor The Excalibur. Among OTher acTiviTies The club do-
naTed a ChrisTmas baslceT, organized a campus service cOmmiTTee, received Tull charge
OT The concession sTands aT all games, and assisTed The 20-30 Club in TingerprinTing The
sTudenTs OT The ArcaTa T-ligh School. The club held a reunion OT all pasT members, a
COnvenTiOn OT all T-lumbOldT COunTy Excalibur clubs, and aTTended a meeTing OT all
Service OrganizaTions OT ArcaTa as guesTs OT The ArcaTa ROTarians. AT This iOinT meeTing
The sponsors OT The Excalibur Club, The ArcaTa ROTarians, presenTed The Excalibur wiTh
a beauTiTul bell and gavel as a Token OT Triendship.
Third Row: E. Canlini, A. Rimbv, R. Jones, J. Cabalzar, D. Goodwin, Second Row: 'B. Srover, T. Paul, E, Jackson,
H, Edwards, D. Pelerson, H. Washburn. First Row: Mr. Clavpooi, H, Anderson, L. Larson, E. Giori, D. Liscorn, R. Brcsee.
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