Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)
- Class of 1941
Page 1 of 68
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1941 volume:
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LESLIE E. MOXON IAMES N. PALMER
ADAM MACPHERSON, President
"Any education which increases the total amount ot human
satisfaction is a contribution to democracy."
-C. C. Crawford
A O COOPURRIDER
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Mr Iustlce Brondels
ALLEN HAM Civics U S History Economics
NINA GRAHAM Dean of Girls Horne Economics
WALTER N WOOD lnstrurnentalMus1c Band Orchestra
MARY SAMPLE English Speech Arts
B E CLAYPOOL Vice Principal U S History Algebra Geometry
DOROTHY AMES Tyoing English Latin Orientation
LA VELL H PARSONS Agriculture
LILLIAN HAGOPIAN, French, Spanish, Library.
I. C. BOGGESS, Woodworking, Farm Mechanics.
RUTH CARROLL, English, World History, Chorus, Choir, Orientation
"We hear youth marching, marching
Down the corridors of time,
The footsteps ot the millions
I-leads hiqh and hearts sublime
-O. Scott Thompson
WILLIAM B. MCKITTRICK, World His-
tory, Physical Education, General
EVELYN FEILDING, Physical Education.
GEORGE L. CAMPBELL, Bioloqy, Senior
Science, General Mathematics.
IRVEN W. DAVIES, Bookkeeping, Typ-
inq, Shorthand, Office, and General
PEARL DEGENHART, Arts, Crafts.
IOHN E. ELMORE, Chemistry, General
FRANCIS MOORE, Physical Education,
Social Science, Orientation, General
GERTRUDE E. MEADE, Enqlish, The
IOHN W. BOGGESS, Machine Shop
and Welding, Mechanical Drawing.
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"A man beloved, a man elect of men." Q
LESLIE R. LARSON
"Filled to the brim with personality."
CAROLYN ROSALIE MERRYMAN
"In iaith, lady, you have a merry heart."
IOHN WILLIAM STOVER
"Let me play the tool with mirth and laughter."
"No sinner or no saint perhaps,
HALE WASHBURN But then the very best of Chaps." QXJ
ESTHER ELEANOR PIEEERINI
"Good nature, good sense are ever joined."
Pi-:ARL HAM , ..
"A smile Ior everyone." ' O 'I
He will always excell in anything he may
"The wealth ot the mind is the only true wealth."
VICTORIA CAROLYN PETROVICH
"All the worlds a camera, look pleasant, please."
"A dark goddess in a moonlit garden."
KENNETH M. GEIGER
"A player unequaled, a sportsman complete,
A rum one to follow,
A hard one to beat."
"He's a 'corking' good fellow."
"A life that leads a melodious way."
WALLACE R. SCOTT
"His limbs were cast in manly mould,
For hardy sports and contests bold."
DONNA MAXINE FREEMAN
"Her look composed, a steady eye, bespoke a matchless constancy."
"Difficulties are things that show what men are."
"Dignity is the sweetness of womanhoodf'
OPAL LAURENE SHULL
"Shes witty to talk with,
And pretty to walk with,
But oh! - How short!"
ERIO IOHN GIUNTINI
"So much is a man worth as he esteems himself."
DONNA IEAN IRISH
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low."
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance."
FLORENCE ELIZABETH GETCHELL
"Though she wasn't in the limelight, she too did her share."
IAMES W. GOLTZ
"Nothing endures but personal qualities."
Let be my name until l make my own
MARIORIE IANE CLARK
The sweetest way not to tail IS to d termme to succeed
Man was produced to do good deeds
ELVA JEAN BRAND
Cn with the dance
A man s a man to do or dare
A sudden thought strikes me
Let us swear eternal tnendship
CHARLES E KERN
Patient ot toil serene amidst alarm
GLADYS CLARA FISHER
The reason firm the tempered will endurance tores ght
strength and skill
KEITH G HAWKES
Bravery never goes out ot fashion
Fond ot beauty sports and laughter
Pleasure first and business after.
GERALD E. HUTCHINS
"The manly part is to do with might and main what you can do."
"A noble woman is a storehouse ot virtue."
lACK R. PIERSALL
"Sport went hand in hand with science."
ROBERT B. PARRIS, Ir.
"They can conquer who believe they can."
"Music is the universal lanquaqe of mankind."
"He is stately, bloncl, and tall."
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GwENDoLYN IANE HART
"Her heart is like the moont
There's a man in it." . 6,
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EUGENE GALLACCI K
"ln all the woes that curse our race,
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The qlrls he always shuns
BARBARA F GRAHAM
Not too serrous not too gay
Iust a real good pal 1n every way
And when a lady s rn the case all other thrnqs qrve place
DOLORES TUNE LAURSEN
Eull of charmrnq qrqqles
Every man rs the maker ot hrs own fortune
LA VONNE GERTRUDE KRUGER
Art 1S the chlld of nature
ELLEN K PETERSON
She srnqs and st1ll a harp unseen
Frlls up the symphony between
It betrts a younq man to be modest
She soars hrqhly wrth her own wrnqs
STANLEY L LORENTZEN
"Courage respects courage "
BARBARA MAE MATHEWS
"Be rn general vrrtuous and you shall be happy "
"Tomorrow's another day "
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MARILYN IEAN STOUDER
Her eyes are pools of laughter gay
Where many hearts have gone astray
IOSEPHINE MARY LANDAHL
The Iountarn ot wrsdorn flows through books
IOSEPH RODRIQUES I
An honest rnan s word rs as good as h1s bond
ISAAC LELAND MOXON Ir
H1s wrse rare SITIIIG IS sweet Wllh certarntles
Gentle rnanners and a aulet charm are always 1n vogue
SHIRLEY NADINE NESSLER
K I I The sky was meant to be a crown tor her golden head
Happy arn I from care Im free
Why arent they all contented hlce me?
CATHERINE LOUISE HAVENS
Gay and Petrte w1th dancmg feet
D1l1gence rs the rnother of good fortune
The greatest strength and wealth IS self control
GENA MARY GIANINI
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PATRICIA A. HUNTER
"Belteves Home Economics is the surest way to a rnan's heart."
"Never trouble trouble 'till trouble troubles you."
IESSIE YVONNE FERGUSON
"All labor and no play is not
I thrnk the proper way
Better not to be at all than not to be noble
PHYLLIS E HUBBARD
There rs always ttrne for Iun
Today rs today who cares about tornorrow?
A L SWANSON
HIS words are few but wrse ones
Llqht hearted wrth never a care IS she
Always ready for sport or rotce
A Jolly lad was he
VIGLA LEE IENSEN
Quret as a mouse but when you know HI
Wearrna hrs Wrsdorn lrqhtly
MARGUERITE ANN SMIGLE
Srmplrcrty a very rare thrna rn our aqe
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A Dot wrth a dash
BEATRICE ELAINE SADLER
Laughter sparkles from her eyes
He s of stature somewhat small
CARL L LATE
Second thoughts are ever WISGI
She talks an 1l'1I1fllI9 deal of nothmg
MYRTLE LEE RAAB
Laugh and be well
LE ROY WOLD
I Iove work It facmates me
I could SII and Iook at rt for hours
STACY D SACCHI
What care I for SGTIOUS thmgs
MARILEE MAREN KRING
Essent1aI rs her rea on
RUTH LAVERNE KROTTINGER
My thoughts are my compamons
IOHN EINAR BIORKSTRAND
A man of many moods
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A mee ur1part1c1,lar man
MILDRED EXZILDA CASTON
What her heart ihmks her OTUUG sp ac
I am the captam of my sau
ARTHUR A LORENTZEN
An abmdqemem of all that was pleabafxt m mar
ICI-IN A WARREN
A man of actlans not af Wards
Small of stature bla a hea
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WINNERS OF TIGER A's
Girls: Mary Elizabeth Gayhart, Zorka Stemberger, Mary
Papini, and Victoria Petrovich.
Boys: lack Piersall, Warren Simas, Harold Anderson, and
Girls' League Shield: Eleanor Nielson.
Spaulding Athletic Shield: Harold Anderson.
The girls select by vote the one Senior Girl whose
name they deem worthy of being engraved on the Girls'
League Honor Shield. Both girls and boys, however, are
entitled to elect a Senior boy for the Spaulding Athletic
As the annual award winners are unknown until the
duration of a school year, the students whose names
appear on this page are those of 1940.
1940 MERIT AWARDS
"Honor is purchased by the deeds we do."
To accent the compensatory aspect of school work, Arcata High School
has long encouraged the accomplishment of ambitious students through
an award system. Points are earned in two main classifications: first, ex-
tra curricular activities and scholarshipy and second, athletics. Circle A's
are awarded for the former and Block A's for the latter. To the eight boys
and girls who have accumulated the highest totals of combined points,
Tiger A's are awarded. The most outstanding presentations are the sweaters
which are given to the two students chosen by the faculty executive coun-
cil. Since all Tiger A winners are eligible to be considered for the sweaters,
character qualifications, rather than points, determine the council's selections.
THE JU IGRS
The closs of '42 hos otlreody proved itself copctble of fulfilling the
mctny obligcttions with which they will be confronted in their one
remgining yegr of thot grgnd democrcttic institution, High School. This
clgss is notgble in furnishing lectdership os rnctny luniors ore officers
in the different orgonizcttions ond gctivities of the school.
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L. N ,Y l'Q'.l1S' l. Rdrtilirgi-L.
4'?i Raw: ff. l I lf. 'Nils' 7 f""'f"cii, Fl. Hill f. :Milf-j,', l. Virrf-r TUILVJII, l.. P1-'zzs 1, P. Lewis.
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T22 Row: fn. Pefvs f. Hlxlf-I F. Eux I Lf. Deenis G. :flt.lIiif7I5, l, Reid, fl. Clirisw , yilsuzi, D. Ti
'rfi Row: Lf. Bfrzcfllles, E. 'llfl'YIl'1I'. A. lfiusterson, E. Gr37oQi, R. Young E, Vdxon, IT, Lffxcgizerscri, N. 'Mfr i
F. Q7f::t1':dcrd, P. Kwosrfy.
Yuri Row: D. Rogers R. Fisher, F. fuckson, l. lSlfYU, E. lines if. Sf-quis' ff. Pfrulsfzri lilffflll l. Nieri.
Bovoni Rzxv: A. Rcscllfr, A.P-.f5zl:'1i, H. Rylonder Qzswn, l.. Hnver, Knulsen, H. Arnold. B. Sp
A. Ftcseild E. Wolf.
p Row: E. IJl'TCifDIUlLS, B. Szuniers, L. Huqgms, 3. ?.:r'or1 C. Speer, fl. Firrrtzzy, C. Clark E. Lorenzo
G. Pewzvroh, A, Gayhart
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Although this Class is supposed to oe in an indeterminate staae
Qt has already established tts rdenttty as outstanding. The sopho-
rnores are Well represented in sports and rnusic. Now that they have
spent two years in school they are ready to assume the responsi-
bilrties of rpperolassrnen.
This year the Freshman class is continuing orientation but on a
new schedule. The classes are now organized to enable all ot the
Freshmen to take orientation during the same periods. Because ot
this the Freshmen were able to get together at Christmas for a party
which was a grand success. This class is the largest in the history
ot the school and is endeavoring to keep up its ideals and standards.
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F. Strom! w'-rf: ft.. Ffffis.
Vi Fri.-.': L. E'I'Ilt'fv' L'. h':'1fj.' R. Mason, I. Tierney I. Iensen, F. Fir-'ri:'l. F. pf""'IS, Ii. Ycurw' F '1
F. rvlf-Xl "f' 1, L. Flange- B.?r1yfier F. Smith, ll. :.CIIiA'I3f6 r, 1. 'Nf,lf, F. F717f:Z'l,
fini P51611 Ii. lvlflfifiiid fl. Fiicrfinscri, Ft. Phelps, L. liolziritler, A. Fishfi, lt. Petter, I. Lining r cr
F. Grass, If. Ffr'r.1:,1 f.. Gelgrig, I. Mcffrinie N. Bpf.'l.e. lfl. Yur':"1:': F. Flfclfx.
Few: F. S'.lll1'."1I. f. Ewiiacek, D. Sizriyscn. IJ. Barnweil. O Qris', G. F"e:, E. Fees, Costa
E. Andf-:scn P. Grri, I. Fyre, I, Tompkins S. Sfchell, G. Eirnif-
'L.'.,V!I f'ar':aQE1'. f. mrxztiins D. Sallady F. :CTIA Eu.l'.-Jinklr i ,'.LIKf,'-'lCl., K. Lansing L. ...c 'i
Grany R, Cririsv' sen, L. Thomsen, AJ: K. lfuryhy, F. Pprfer -iii G. Eirindelii, I. Thacker
Few: L. Sv-Urns, F. wkrris, G. Lyon, I. Karney, G Alto, Har. Hurt, Hunk Ir. Anaress
G. Ganclinz, I. Larriferi r D. Moulton, Lf. Iohiscn, F. Fyke, I, Hfzskngs G. Lcrentzen.
?f.'.':: H Hirnm G, SE. Marci, A. McMillan, O. Ilcfutchecn A. Crinih I. Lyle G. Taylor, G. Bernard'
L. Eanciucci, G. Elffi N. Frcst, F. Drown, F. F1151 V. Slade. B. Kerr, ff Taste.
tim Pow: H. Fusi, G. gman, A. Knapp, E. Setchell, C. Harrison, A. Lfcxcrr, Laursen Sadler
E. Mcxcn, Griffin, f.Fcrman, D. Christiansen A. Grcxzman, I. Hill F. Smigle, S. Schussman, F. Austin
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Top Row: D. Tolle, P. Hunter, H. Arnold, L. Nordquist, W. Stover, M. Turner, P. l-lam, C. Murray.
Middle Bow: B. Brown, M. Ennis. G. Fisher, G. Petrovich, O. Sequist, E. Forbes, W. Tonini, L. Iones,
Bottom Row: M. Stonder, K. Swap, C. Merryman, M, Papini, S. Merryman, M. Papini, S. Merryman,
L. Sandkulla, Mr. Wood.
Musical organizations provide the future upholders of our country with the cultural
arts of true democracy. Students come into this organization possessing only a small
knowledge of music and leave with an adequate appreciation of classical orchestra
music, plus valuable experience. The orchestra attended the annual music festival
in the spring.
A.U.H,S. BAND W- WALTER N. WOCD, Director
Last year at San lose, the band received a rating of A at the Music Festival for
Northern California Bands, a record which they hope to repeat this year. The band
gave two successful concerts in order to raise money to take the trip to the Bay Regior.,
and also gave many concerts on the plaza. This organization participated in the
annual Field Day and played for the home games. The program for the concert
given on December 4, l94O, was the following:
College Life CMarchl .. .. .. .............. ........ F rantzen
Peter Schmoll COverturel ................ ...... W iber
Moonlight on the Nile lWaltzl ....... ..,...... K ing
East of Suez Clntermezzol. .......... ...,,..,..... S trebor
Bustucon lCverturel .... . ....... .... F rankiser
"Over There" fSelectionl . .Drv. by Lake
The concert given on February l8, l94l was as follows:
Barnum and Bailey's Favorite CMarchl ........ ............... K ing
Alacldin's Lamp COverturel .......................... ............... O 'Neil
Gems of Stephen Foster CSelectionJ ...... ...... A rr. by Lake
Fortune Teller CSelectionl ..................... ............. H erbert
Rustucon COverturel ,.......... .......,.. ...... F rankiser
The band also played at the Inter-School Music Festival in Eureka.
Ter: Pow: ll. Rogers, H. Edwards, L. Larson, I. Kendall, K. Swap E. Seve
in Row: l. Timmons, '.'f. lanes, l. Piersall. B. Parris, Ll. Guintcli, T. Paul.
Erd RCW: A. Crinch, l. L1gh1iord, G. Hart. E. Peterson 3. Abbott, 2. Gfifff ..
Znd Row: C. Merryman, l. McNeil, E. Erand, D. Dolscii, P.
Fciicrn Row: Mr. Ham P. Klingler, M. Costa, G. Hansen. ll. Clark P. Gross E. lusus
Few: l. Kendall, Edwards, l. Tigrkcvicn, K. Lansing L. Larson, K. Swap
Dow: A. Pelac, Chrzsensen, M. Deems, I. Piersall, E. Parris, fl. Guinfcl
.ova C. lwferzyrtian, Q. Seguist, lones, I. Liclieil, E. Brand f.f. Garan
' Pow: E. Setch-eQ, Pclsley, D. ','.'clf, D. Dolscn, E. Abzcft. K. Beam ,. .J s
cctiorx Row: Mr. Ham P. Kiingler, M. Papinx, E. Pifferini, F. Geichel L. , A
The Student Body Council proved once again that government by
the consent of the governed is the best and is Worth preserving at all costs.
Our council is an example of a democracy solving its own problems. The
leadership was invested by the majority vote in the able hands of the
president, lack Piersall, and vice-president, Bob Parris. A. U. H. S. standards
were successfully maintained and even improved during the semester.
During the second semester the group with Howard Edwards as presi-
dent and Leslie Larson as vice-president sponsored a Matinee dance to pay
for the unitorms ot the yell leaders and took charge ot the annual work day.
The Bachelorettes under the supervision ot Miss Carroll and the guidance of Kay Swap,
the president, have given a tea for their mothers and for Wives of the trustees, in honor
ct their sponsors, the Vforiens Club. They also entertained all the other school clubs and
plan a reunion tor the past rnernbers.
EXCALIBU CL B
This year was a very active one tor the Excalibur Club under The able guidance ot the
presidents, Torn Paul and Howard Edwards.The Club again sponsored a Reunion of all past
members, dances, and the traditional banquet for the Rotarians, the sponsors of the Club.
The outstanding practical undertaking was the concession stand which was manned through-
out the year by club members.
ls' Row: L. Ncrdquisy D. Cfcdden, D. Freffrrxdrr, K. S'f'1'1f., P. Hurrer, ii. Grararn.
Yni Row: Lf. Wilson, C. Me-rryman, B, Abbot, E. Peerscn, E. Brand, C. Murray, F. Efill,
Zrd Flow: lff. Clark, E. Pifierini, F, Getchell, D. Laursen, V. Petrovich, M. Sfouder, M. Ennes,
4th Row: llfiss Carroll, P. Klingler, M. Iohnson, P. lil. Papini, L. Taylor, C. Havens.
3. Christie, M. Deems, Edwards, A. Rimbey, L. Larsen, F. Baxter,
lflr. Claypooi, B. Stover, D. Goodwin, A. Moxon, E. Maxon, S. Merryman, T. Paul,
P. Anderson, E. Tones, VV, Norton, H. Washburn, E. Iackson, E. Spini.
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Top Row K Atwood W Scott V lepsen G Saunders D Wrlson
3rd Row I Kendall S Buck D oantrell W Macpherson R Prltchard K Knudser
2nd Row A Frredh R Roberts l Pzersall R Parrrs M Gu1ntol1 Mr McK1ttr1ck
Bottom Row O Sequlst E Tatman H Arnold K Gerger E Wolf
Thrs year the second rn the club s exrstence has seen the R K Tan qurte act1ve under the
able gurclance of Presldents lack Kendall and Ross Roberts The members have entoyed
numerous act1v1t1es throughout the past year and have also proflted through the knowledge
garned by the numerous experlences and oprnrons expressed by var1ous speakers
Outstandrng rn club act1v1t1es were the R K Tan 1n1t1at1onal dance the trrst rnformal 1n1t1a
tlon at Camp Bauer the soft ball game w1th the Excalrbur Flub on XX orlc Day and the formal
dlnner at Nelson Hall
lack Kendal Rresrdent
Kenny Getger r tary
Ross Rober s Treasurer
Homer Arnold Mernb r Executrve Cornrnrttee
W B M Kttrrclc Faculty Aclwsfrr
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Top Row M1ss Graham D Freeman B Parton
3rd Bow V Pe-trov1ch D lr1sh B Graham E Brand
2nd Bow M Wllson B H111 P Klmgler C Havens L Taylor
Bottom Bow E P1lfer1n1 P Ham
GIRLS' LEAGUE CGUNCIL
The G1rls League wlth Barbara Graham as 1lS pres1dent has been very act1ve The
councll enterta1ned the Ferndale g1rls The club sponsored danclng classes for older boys
and gave two H1 Ilnks flrst a Baby Party and second a Beach Capers The annual con
ventlon was held 1n Ferndale thls year The theme of the conventron was Choos1ng a
VOCG11OD V1C1Of1G Petrov1ch was speaker and Barbara Brown represented Arcata on the
The G1rls League Orchestra under the d1rect1on ot Roseanne H111 has played at all school
dances throughout the year
OFF 1 CEBS
Presldent Barbara Graham
VICG Pres1dent Pearl Ham
Secretary V1ctor1a Petrov1ch
Treasurer Elva Brand
Sergeant at Arms Mar1on W1lson
Soc1al Donna Freeman
Program Donna lrxsh
Dance Boseanne H111
School Serv1ce Lena Taylor
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Outer Edge: M. Papini, E. Brand, L, Sherman, L. Picchi, L. Nordquist, A. Ftelac, K. Swap, H. Marte, P. Hunter,
S. Lancaster, E. Pifferini, D. Gallacci, C. Havens.
Cross Bar: E. Calderia, V. Petrovich, C. Merryman, D. Irish, Miss Feilding.
The G.A.A. with its President Carolyn Merryman entertained l6 girls from
Eureka, gave a movie and sponsored a badminton and ping-pong tournament. This
club also gave a skit at a student body assembly and organized a bicycle drill under
the direction of Miss Feilding.
This year the Dramatic Club has made remarkable progress on their own initia-
tive, having to manage without auditorium facilities. Some ot the plays that were
publicly presented are: "Rich Man, Poor Man," "Neighbors," and "Saved" thus
enabling some of the Seniors to get their pins. There are now 42 members in the club.
Top Row: E. Tatrnan, C. McCutcheon, B. Moxon, W, Macpherson, D. Toile, l.. Larson, A. Ftelac, l. Kendall,
B. Stover, H. Edwards,
Erd Row: E. Pefersen, C. Murray, G. Hart, l.. Hathaway, D. Rogers, B. Vfelch, S. Merryman, B. Abboft,
L. Nordquist, D. Godden, E. lensen.
Znd Row: M, Clark, C. Merryman, H. Arnold, P. Anderson, D, Freeman, V. Pefrovich, M. Stouaer, P. Ham,
V. Iensen, D. irish.
Bottom Flow: O. Shull, M. Papini, P. Klingler, E. Srnrh, F. Brizard, V. Gilhousen, B. Graham, L. Manley,
K, Beam, l.. Kruger, A. Martin, Miss Sample.
Top Flow: D. Dolson, W, Macpherson, l. Kendall, L. Larson.
Znd Row: V. Petrovich, C. Murray, A. Gayhard D. Free man,
Ezttcm Picw: M. Papini, C. Merryman, P. Anderson, P. Ham, Mrs. Meade.
The Advance Staff, believing as they do that in service lies satisfaction, have
made this book a symbol ot their belief in Democracy. May these pages, throughout
the years, help us to maintain our belief in ourselves, our community and our nation.
Mrs. Meades fifth period English class has taken over the publishing oi the
Pepperbox, the school paper. This new system with editors, D. Lighttord, M. Ennes,
l. Reed, and W. Norton has proved very successful and will probably he continued in
Tap Row: A. Maxon, L. Ashconi, E. Borkstrarii, C, Ftiinuy l. ',Varren.
:rd Row: L. Picchi, B. Spini, N. Norton, D, Lightfcrzi, B. Arcnson, l. Lighffcra.
2nd RCW: L. Pearson, W. Castcn, S. Kane, I. Rcdrigu es, l,I. Ennes, D. Gallacci.
5o":m Row: Mrs. Meade, M, Meadows, R. Nielsen E. fjaliiera, E. Maxon, I. Krovinier.
Althouah the chorus has had iew opportunities to appear in public it is an excellent
source tor providing future material tor the choir. The chorus has appeared at the
tall concert, spring concert and the County Music Festival.
'ff Paw: B. Lftr' r. f. Ecrzsberrj 'S Setquisi B. Stover flcxcn D. ','.'1ls::i l.. Trzzrztserz I.. :li E. Hun'
lepserp. R. Feat E. Guizitri. T.. Pritchard .clk 'ffashrurrx I.. Larson.
?o' Arrzoli i.Dt.s::1 G t"'1Q'T'.? C, Speer C. ..e.gh'rnan, Fi, 'f"r'.'a.E1c P. Bulk-Ji:1k.e L. Swanson
F. Carvalhp S, fifkswi 71, Seams' 2 Tfrrnan, r. entire G. Ezriniellz PI. Keilaver.
'-ri Fav: lvl. Sr-wari, F.. HIVIE 5, l. Eilcnszr. E. Erow: Cranes l.. llanlejf 2. C. Crlzzai, f. Bagley
I.. Norilquis' S. f3'L':if-rx, G Pe'r2'.'1ch, B. Billion .'.'.'11son,l,f.l.'1:ii'1s'e: D. T.ff,ul':n, P.. Beers.
Zricl Pow: M. Barnwel. E. Snzvh P.. O.1'.'iera, Riperic ' 't'.'iQQia:ns, E. Pe'-ersezi, P, Cori, C. Har' C. llurrap'
B. Snyaer, ll. Earnwell, l.. lanes, Lf. Papini, E. lleucci.
Ecncrn Row: M. Benazza, E. lustus, ll. Yurdana, M. Con D. Simpson, Ghilaraucci, l.. Kruger, ll. Srnvh
l.. Miller, E. Harleriee, R. Phelps, K. Beam, E. Dzclcinscn, S. Schussrnan, Miss Carroll.
The A Cappella Choir is made up of forty members who have shown their ability
tn many public performances. This organization aave a forty-tive minute proqram at
the Montgomery theater in San lose. The invitation to this came as a result ot the
excellent ratina rnaae by the qrcup last year.
Tep Row: G. Har' G. Pevcvich, A. Pea: D. Godden, E. Prichard D. Tolle, '.7, lepsen, E. Cuinwni.
-P: Row: E. Abba", G. Payne, A, peers C. Speer, I. S nisberry, E, lackscrz D. 'Nilson l., Larson.
Era Pow: E. Petersen, M. Barnwel, L, fines, ll. '.'fiQs5n E. S'over D. Colson P. Elmore, I. Pzersall.
Zia Row: L. Ncrdauist C, llurrav E. Brown ll. Enres 2. l.fouE'on, L. f.fz:1Qej.', H. Arnold, Z. Tafnan.
Is' FEW: Miss Carrzll D. Sgrrigvswn l... Pagignz, K. Bear: G. Oranai.
Under the Presidents Bob Parris and Les Larson with the guidance of Miss
Deaenhart the Art Club has rnaintained its continued proqressiveness by purchas-
ing a kiln and a combination drill and sander.
Qur chapter this year has forty-two rnernbers, thirteen of whcfn hold the future
farmer degree, one the state farrner degree, and twenty-eiqht the greenhana degree.
During the year the rnerrrbers of the chaper have rnade educational trips to stock
shows and conventions throuqhout the state, exhibited livestock at the Del Norte,
Humboldt County and Eureka ninth district fairs, participated as livestock Judqina tearns
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and entered public speaking contests. Socially, they have entertained their
and friends, the first at their annual banquet, and the latter at several skatinq
l. Davies, L. Larson, A. Relac, E. Parris, I. Piersall.
D, Godden, A. Gayhar', I.. Plffhl, K. Geicer, C. Murray.
R. Hill, D. Liqhtford, l. Liqhford, P. C, 'Nall-censhaw.
E. Peterson, M. Wilscn, D. Laursen, E. Moxon, M, Meadows, lvl. Schuler.
C. Axo, P. K'f.fasney'.
A. Moxcn, P. Bertolini, I. Larnburqer, R. Carvalho, l, Carvalho, D. Giacomini, F. Polsley B. Spini.
Hawkins, Pt. Shepherd, L. Sire-e'er, fffanfrefida.
G. Lyon, E. Salladay, l, L. Mcxon, L. Thomsen, E. Hunt, R. Alto, W. Norton,
D. Austin, E. Fusi, A, Rasella, E. Moxcn, F.
W: Mr. Parsons, D. Rogers, Sec.: B. Moxon, Treas.: lvl. Deerns, Pres., A. Peqalcwi, Serzjean'-ai-Arrnsg
Barcelles, Reporter: E. Vlcli, Vice-Pres.: H. Pusi, Mr. Eoqqess.
Reading from the left to the right: Mr. Boggess, B. Bray, G. Swan, G. Orlandi, S. Vfyan, H. Poltera
P, Elmore, B. Aronson, VJ. Morton, R. Piersall, R. lackson, G, Maire, P. Acorn, VV. Tones, H. Paulson
E. Giuntini, l. Warren, l.. Caurtright.
Though we may not have arrived at the perfection with the bow and arrow which
Robin Hood and other legendary characters are reported to have gained, we have
attained a keen interest in a wholesome heathful form of recreation which offers a
challenge to both skill in craftsmanship and the achievement of perfection in shooting
with the bow.
The streamlined archery club also includes "Diana" as well as "William Tell."
As a matter of fact some girls show a high degree of perfection and enthusiasm. The
only initiation fee required is a real interest in this recreation.
Top Row: D. I.igh'for'i ffl. Srnigle, l., l.fa'E.e'.-Js, A, Gayhari G. Saunders, '.'f. flacpnerson, E. l.fcGornE:s
E. Sromperg, G. Har' Golgrive.
-1'h Row: f... Howard, l.. Sherman, L. Huggzns l. lion . Aniersor, 1. Games I. Tirfnwrs I, McNeil
P. Lewis F. Hill.
tri ?".'.'.': Lf. Seward, Lf. . ' f' E. Szmder' F. Murray' Q. sehixzs, C. Eeqgis' Garrzll, nmol:
fl. '.'.v1lS1I'. fl. Pagan
Zrvi ?c'.'.': E. Erxy Lf. Sj s T zito P. Grass 2.S1:::scn G. l.ferryi1':r: 'Q 'rcs .S.,ie P. Earn.
Edin. fizl. E.P1':l1rs1 E. .. ' .yes G. Fisher I.. Tagfir E Amer. ,. 3'1:r...eQl ff. Bane:
'. S:r.g'5.e Lfiss Ames.
After two years of inactivity the Latin Club was reorganized this year under the
guidance of Miss Ames. The club is affiliated with the Iunior Classical League, a
national organization. The consuls for the first semester were Gwen Hart and Mildred
Baloler, and for the second semester lim Timmons and Patricia Lewis.
vspvci' nur lawns 'l'l1n-l-
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Top Flow: D. Tolle, E. lackson, VV. Scott, E. Gallacchi, K. Hawkes, E. VVarren, D. Dclson. Q
Boffom Row: E. lanes, B, Parris, I. Piersall, M. Guintoli, K, Geiger. g
The heavyweights, coached by Franny Moore, had one of the most successful
seasons in recent years, winning the heavyweight championship with a record ot ten
straight wins with only a forfeited garne to mar their record. The heavyweights were
led by Wally Scott and Kenneth Geiger, ably assisted by Evan lones, Eugene
Warren, Bolo Parris, Marino Guintoli, and lack Piersall.
E. Warren lVl. Gulntoli K. Geiger
I. Piersall E. Iones
W. Scott B. Parris
The lightweights had a good season, winning seven games and losing four. Horner
Arnold was the high scorer for the tearn. Other consistently good players were Primo
Bertolini, Harley Rylander, Ben Sptni and Bob Foulton.
Top Row: Swee' ET. lflacpherson, D. Vfxlson, Fl. Pritchard.
2nd Row: B. Spun, L. Stehhrns, S. Me-rryman, VJ, Morton.
Bottom Flow: Arrxolfl, H. Fulton, H. Hylander, P, B9fTCJlll'll.
"C" AND "D" BASKETBALL
Led by Homer Arnold and Ben Spini, the "C" team, under Coach Mcliittrick,
finished in second place in the C.l.F. League.
The Arcata "D" team finished in a tie for third place. Many of the players, who
made up in spirit what they lacked in experience, showed promise of future light-
Mr Mcliittrick H Arnold S Merryman B Spim B Fulton L Stebbins I Timmons P Bertolini, A. Rasella.
L Sandkulla A Crmch l Vxfyatt G Taylor H Fusi l Brown C Merryman R Sadler K Geiger.
Top Row: C. McCutcheon, H. Edwards, 'N. Scott, V. Tepsen, H, Peterson, R. Christiansen, 'N. Iones.
2nd Row: E, Tones, R. Iackson, C. Kern, UV. Morton, H. Andres, H. Paulsen, M. Graham,
3rd Row: I. Stansberry, I, Piersall, B. Parris, M. Giunfoli, G. Lindgren, K. Knudsen, D. Dolson, Coach fficore.
Bo'f:m Ravv: R. Grant, G, lslcra, C. Anderson, P, Fisher, l, Ljltle, E, Portertielzt, I. Helm.
Football at Arcata High had another qood year under the able quidance ot Coach
Franny Moore. Arcata won the "B" championship, winninq over Ferndale and I-loopa.
Arcata also played Fort Braqq here and plans to play the Timberwolves in Mendo-
cino County next year. The outstandinq players were Bob Parris, lack Pie-rsall, Wally
Scott, Howard Edwards, and Marino Giuntoli. Only two members of the startinq
lineup will return next year, Kenny Knudsen and Ierry Iskra.
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Tennis, under the supervision ot Coaches Iames Cady and Loy Montgomery,
had one ot their larqest turnouts seen in many years. The team will enter the sprinq
tournament and shows much promise in carryinq oft honors tor dear alma mater.
Back Row: l., Sherman, M, Garland, E. Tones, A, Relac, D. Tcile, G. Hart, L. Peeves, D. Rezzonic:
Front Row: L. Iones, G, Petrovich, l. Landahl, B. Parton, I.. Simpson.
Top Row: Coach Moore, B. Morton, R. Chistensen, I-L Hunt, C. Anderson,
W. lones, l-L Peterson, Coach Cady.
Under the coaching of Franny Moore, the Arcata team has good hopes for the
194i track season. Many veterans were lost throuqh graduation from the last year's
team, but veterans returninq include Wayne lones, Wally Griffin, pole vault, Bob
Pritchard, Erio Giuntini, hiqh Jump, Don Cantrell, lim Kane, 4405 Tom Paul, Milton
Graham, 8807 Glen Lindgren, mile, and Ken Knudsen, Lee Swanson, shot put. The
team is pointinq for the county track meet on May 25.
Top Row: Coach Moore, L. Stebbins, I. Timmons, E. Holmes, W. Caston,
Front Row: L. Manley, K. Liscom, A. Rasella, L Foreman.
Led by veterans Bob Piersall, Wally Scott, lack Piersall, and Iohnny Warren,
Arcata won its first game from the All-Stars. The team will play a league schedule
instead of the former tournament. Although it is too early to know the season's results
it is sate to predict that Arcata will pertorm creditably.
Top Bow: E. Iackson, B. Grant, H. Paulson, W. Scott, El Gallacci, B. Dowd
K. Hawks, W. Sweet, I. Iskra, El Iones, Coach Moore.
Bottom Row: G. Lorensen, I. Wyatt, E. Fusi, R. Piersall, E. Warren, G. Lindgren
B. Parris, M. Guintoli, I. Piersall, T. Tooste.
Tornw"Which is correcte--'a hen is sitting' or
'a hen is setting?' "
Mr. Ham-"I don't know, and l don't care.
All I bother about is when she cackles-is she
laying or is she lying?"
Teacher-"Iohnny, when do leaves begin to
Iohnny-"The night before 'Exams' "
Mrs. Brizard-"Why were you late for school
B. Beers-"Our alarm clock was only set tor
seven and there are eight in the house."
Mr. Claypool-"What is a circle?"
Allan Bimby-"A circle is a line which meets
its other end without ending."
Mr. Campbell-"Do we eat the flesh of the
B. Abbott-"Yes, we do."
Mr. Campbell--"And what do we do with the
B. Abbott-We leave them on the side of our
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Top Row: F, Getchell, C. Merryman, V. Petrovich, Miss Feilding, C. Murray, P. Hunter,
2nd Row: l.. Kruger, E. Sadler, E. Brand, P. Hubbard.
Bottom Row: C. Havens, ll. Swap, E. Pifferini,
ln defeating their hitterest rivals, the luniors, the Seniors walked oft with a moral
victory as well as the speedhall championship. Captain Kay Swap led her team
through an undefeated season.
The luniors, under the Captaincy ot Amelia Relac, again walked oft with the
volleyball championship. The team showed a strong combination ot teamwork, speed,
and dexterity in handling the ball.
Top Row: D. Gallacci, L. Sherman, E, Aronson, L. Picchi, M. Garland.
Bottom Row: P. Klingler, E. Caldeira, A. Relac, G. Hansen, M. Papini, Miss Feilding.
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Officers of Future Farmers
a. Watchdog-Antone Peqolatti
b. President-Milton Deems
C. Reporter-Manual Barcelles
d. Secretary-Dan Rogers
e. Vice-President-Eugene Wolf
Trough by Bill Moxon
Grindstone by Robert Alto
Harrow by Ben Spini
Wheelbarrow by L. Thompson
Feeder by Roy Polsley
Roy Polsley's Heifer
Feeder by I. L. Moxon
BONNIKSEN-SORENSON, INC. KELLER'S PHARMACY
Complete Automotive Sales 6. Service
STUDEBAKER CARS4MACK TRUCKS P The ,REXBBDSMBI
Gilmore Products-Norwalk Tires ACSCUDDOC LUOCLSL
17th ci G STREETS Phone Arcata 91 ARCATA CALIFORNIA
DONALD DBEW I'A'I'IvIAN's BAKERY
864 G STREET Attomey-at-Law ARCATA "The Home ot Good Bakery Products"
Phone 52-W On the Redwood Highway
DR L F KELTNER BUCKS CAEE
Noted for Its Good Food
ARCATA CALIFORNIA NOEL s'de of Plum
Phone 131 ARCATA
PARIIIS SERVICE STATION BLUE LAKE ADVOCATE
Richfield Products Humboldt s Best Weekly
S2 OO per year
POLLY PRIM BAKERY
Compliments ot the
Home of Home Made Bread
ABCATA LAUNDRY Phone 140 ARCATA
UNITED CREAMERIES ASSN BOYD S SHELL STATION
One Block South ot Plaza on Highway
United mmnd, Butter Shellubncatlon Wheel Ahgnmg
ARCATA CALIFORNIA ARCATA Phone 97
DALY BROTHERS A LEVY 6: I ZENTNER CO
Humboldts Modern New Style Center Wholesale Frult 61 Produce Co
EUREKA CALIFORNIA EUREKA CALIFORNIA
THE VARSITY SWEET SHOP
In Arcata on the Redwood Highway
Phone 7 W ARCATA CALM: Shops Iocated next to the Redwood Theatres
Arcata Ph 155 I Fortuna Eureka Ph 1697
KRAMER AUTO SUPPLY CO PQULTRY PRODUCERS
Parts Tools Equipment
Machine Shop In Connection of Northern Callfornia
Phone 3232 EUREKA CALIFORNIA
4th ci C STREETS EUREKA
IONES 51015 CENT STORE IANSEN S
Novelhes and Staples QI-WLIIY Grocenes
A L P Ice Cream Ccmdxes Grocenes
A OWCSL NCES 16th and I Streets Phone 43
ARCATA CALIFORNIA ARCATA CALIFORNIA
W. A. Crawford, Prop. Opposite the Plaza
P C SACCHI
SACCI-II BLDG ARCATA
CALIFORNIA BARREL CO LTD
CLASS OF 1941
ARCATA HOTEL 6. COFFEE SHOP
GRADJATES OE 1941
SUTHERLANDS CASH STORE
Phone 16 BLUE LAKE
The PLAZA 6. The ARCATA BARBER
I-I W CRex1Py1e L O Iacoos
DR EUGENE FOUNTAIN
Phone 49 ARCATA
Everythmg to Wear
C S Ge1qer andL A Ford
Pontrac Cars GMC Tmcks
GOLDEN STATE CO LTD
Super Creamed Ice Cream
Glam Shakes L1qht Lunches
933 H STREET ARCATA CALIF
A W ERICSON CO
Phoio Frmshmg Iob Pnntmg
EUREKA BEVERAGE CO
132 wr-:QT FoURTH ST Phone 636
Nehr PartPak RC Cola
Ford Mercury and Lrncoln Zephyr
EVEREADY SERVICE STATION
Corner 10th and I-I Sis
C L STARKEY
horde Refnqerators and Sparton Rad1os
BLUE LAKE MARKET
Thad A Srn 1h Propnetor
F1o ers for A11 Occas1ons
Phone 96 ARCATA
875 NINTH STREET
Phones Resxdence 196 Ofhce 145
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Phys1c1an and Surgeon
SEELY 6. TITLOW COMPANY
Arcata Super Market
The Umversal Store
PETE CANCLINI SHOE SHOP
Where Shoe Repamng IS a Speclalty
BETTY S DRESS SHOP
511 E STREET
Ouahty Clothes at Lower Pnces
LELAN D I PAUL
DE LUXE BARBER SHOP
Iohn C Mortensen Prop
AR ATA CALIFORNIA
Borden s Supenor Ice Cream
Grade A Pasteunzed Mllk
COTTAGE GROVE DAIRY
ELGARS SERVICE STATION
Phone 8 BLUE LAKE
HORNBROOKS SHOE STORE
BELLA VISTA INN
Itahan cmd Steak Dmners
Phone 2 R II ARCATA
526 G STRFET EUREKA
E V IONES
Local :S Long Dlstance Haulmg
Ofhce at IOOI lOth Street
Phone 67 ARCATA
ARCATA CLEANERS DYERS AND
The Best Workmanshlp and Serv ce
Bert Chapman Prop
Ta1lored Sults for the Man Who Cares
D9 ggi: ll ANDY
HOME GUERNSEY DAIRY
Grade A Dcnry Products
Raw and Pasteurlzed M1Ik ci Cream
Phone IO R I2 ARCATA
FLUHRER S BREAD
Popular because lt s good
SEQUOIA GROCERY CO
Feed and Seed
S Iacorn lla V Capr1Ie
BEER INSURANCE AGENCY
Complete Insurance S6l'VlCe
Lxcen ed Real Estate Broker
Phone 41 ARCATA CALIF
WILSON SODA WORKS
Pep 1 Cola 5 nte Soda Waters
Phone 52 EUREKA
CORNER DRUG STORE AND BEAUTY
"For Thnfty Buyers'
893 H STREET ARCATA
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ARCATA UNION G SHOPPING NEWS
Quality Iob Printing
RITCHIE WOODS DRUGS
5th STREET Ot C EUREKA CALIF
On the Plaza
DR H L IENKINS
Physrclan and Surgeon
Phone 73 ARCATA CALIF
Iohn Marte Prop
BALDOCK AND MITCHELL
304 SIXTH STREET EUREKA CALIF
Phone 25 ARCATA CALIF
CURLETTE BEAUTY SHOP
Phone 36 Eihe1 Hubbard
A F TINGSTROM
ELEVENTH and H STREET Phone 29
B B BARTLETT OPD D
S P BARTLETT OPD D
529 F STREET EUREKA CALIF
COLLEGE SHOE SHOP
E. Conchni, Prop.
8th 61 G STREETS ARCATA CALIF
Meet at the
Fountarn 6. Lunch
DR C L BONSTELL
A BRIZARD INC
The Outstondmq Shopplnq Cenier
rn Humboldt CO
HUNTER S LUNCH ROOM
The P1ace Io Eat on the Redwood H1qhwOy
Phone 55 18th Of G Streets
GEO E KELLEY
Canada Dry Products
Sandwxches M1Ik Shakes Chrlx Beans
Chxp Steak Sandwlches
DAVES BARBER SHOP
CLASS OF 1941
Try Our Mxssron Orange
and All Other Beverages
Garage and Super Servrce Statron
General Merchandxse Store
Phone 3 W
BLUE LAKE CALIFORNIA
HAMMOND REDWOOD CO. 1 l ' H
SAFEWAY STORES, INC.
ARCATA ' CALIFORNIA
HENRY A SORENSON
General Insurance and Real Estate
Phone 24 1023 I-I Street
BUTTER NUT BAKERY
Butter Nut Bread
Largest Independent Bakery 1n
the Redwood Emptre
For Ouallty tn Delrcatessen
G T GROCETERIA
On the Redwood I-Irqhway
MURRAY S AUTO COURT 6. SERVICE
Modem Cabins Associated Products
4th and G STS ARCATA CALIF
BERT HILL S VARIETY STORE
Phone 209 876 G Street
LEE PHIPPS DRESS SHOP
523 FIFTH STREET EUREKA of-xur
PETERSON S SPORTING GOODS
Athletrc Equrpment Fxshmg Tackle
Atnrnunltton Lunch Roon
Soft Drinks etc
ARCATA Phan 97
PAULS BARBER SHOP
First Class Service
Paul and B111
Humboldt s F nendly
rIFTI-I 61 G STS EUREKA CALIF
FREEMAN ART STUDIO
Makers ot the Famous
Redwood Pictures and Panoramas
527 F STREET EUREKA CALIF.
HILFIKER ELECTRIC CO
Phnlco Zenxth Radio
Radto Service Westco Pumps
Next to P O ARCATA Phone 20
TEN WINDOW WILLIAMS
Cor 3d G F Sts EUREKA Phone 472
DR N A STROMBERG
Vegetables Fresh Meats
Phone 506 G 507
YOUR BEAUTY SHOP
Hair Dyeing 6. Permanents a Specialty
Next Door to Tatrnan s Bakery Phone 114
Elsre Forster Prop ARCATA
MATHEWS MUSIC 6. STATIONERY
Your Mustcal Headquarters
Records Sheet Music
423 F STREET EUREKA CALIF
SMITTY SERVICE STATION
14th and G STREETS
Phone 03 W
Goodyear Tires Hobbs Batteries
Conqratulatrons to the
CLASS OF 1941
ARCATA SAMOA BASEBALL CLUB
Ed H rnrnqway 51 F Paprnt Mars
Portrarts Tinting Kodak Fuushmq
625 F1tth Street
Opposite Post Oft1ce
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