Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)
- Class of 1942
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Published by the Students ot the
ARCATA HIGH SCHOOL
Yedr Nineteen Hundred ond Forty-two
Editor -'---- Hosdnne Hill
Business Mdndqer - - Kenneth Atwood
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This pictorial journey within the bounds of our
campus can be loit a fleeting glimpse' the true
school lies in that realm of human relationships
experiences and memories afforded only to those
who have known hiqh school life and study.
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' ' T R U S TEES
T has oeen sard that educatron rs
ro lcdr retermtr even fnouah rl rs alfrlrated
temporal a farrs lts peculrar functron
rs lo cherlsh and advance the funded Wrs
dom knowleda ana asprratrons of the
our aernocrauc oOC19ly are placed rn then
proper sphee then 1 becomes evrdent
that educatron as a saleauard and prep
arauon for democranc lrvrna must embrace
all culture Democracy 1mpl1es the Wrdesl
possrble dlffuslon of culture and all the
means essentral to the good lrle
A O Cooperrxder
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race. When me processes and ends ol
Flflflpa 'f Qifffage
Qur students are supported by our trustees, adminis-
trator arid faculty iri their constructive efforts to provide
for us an everi better education than we now enjoy.
. -emit -. mom.. -eonari 1I'fi"I
S3CfTCIfl'ifT, giriiicgpa .
She s Just as true as her eyes
Skunq IS fun even If you can t
LOIS EILEEN SHERMAN
Her heart IS IH Samoa
HOMER ARNOLD IR
The school as well as the
basketball team w1lI m1ss hun
MARY KATHERINE PAPINI
We may not see ber I1ke
WESLEY ROY NORTON
somethlna to say
If words were w1nd what
cyclone Id be
SAM MERRYMAN IR
MARIAN ELAINE IOHNSON
A qlrl of her word
I dont care I look l1ke
Tell me aaam I don t aet It
Our alam ur boy
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Only speaks when he has A f I
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BEN SPINI IR
If 11 can be done Ill do 1t
MARY DIANA ENNES
Almost nalnt 1snl aood
He d hqhts n teasma p opl
ETI-IEL MAY IENSEN
Somebody s qettlnq a good
MILTON R DEEMS
He s busy w1th F I' A plans
A newcomer who made
Fun lovmq and smcere
KENNETH W KNUDSEN
Physlcal perfectlon IS lfns a1m
BETTY IOY ARONSON
Ill stlck to home econofmcs
Dont be bashful
Come on k1dS lets yell
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Let me fix it.
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None can resist her smile.
"A-hunting we will ao." if
PATRICIA NELL LEWIS
One ot those qood and happy
RAYMOND YOUNG r
DONALD L. CHRISTIE
Shall I fill 'er up? 'EA
Let me have my dreams.
EUGENE E. WOLF
Napoleon Wasn't very biq
AMELIA KATHERINE RELAC
She speaks and acts as she A
He has his own opinions.
MARION LEE WILSON
Silence reiqnedfthen came WALTER W. CASTON
Marlon- Can't we bribe you to be
A little bit ot dynamite.
Not so quiet as he looks.
The boy Kipling was thinking
of when he wrote IF.
Her interests lie out of school
Okay shark do this one
EVELYN MAY FORBES
She loves a qoocl arqument
ANTONE LOUIE PEGOLOTTI
lust call me Peq
The G A A will miss her
Don t take me seriously
Is she as bashtul as she
Posters on short notice are
ELSIE M CALDEIRA
Ouiet and efficient
I like to w1nd my tonque up
and I love to hear it qo
IOSEPHIN E PEGGY
Calm and collected
Braxnstorm and personallty
One of these small and lrvely
Depenclabxlrty IS hxs pass
GWENDOLYN I I-IANSEN
A real homemaker
THELMA AILENE HECKER
You never know what shes
MARY LUCILLE SCHULER
Intellxqent and qutet
Shell do her best
ALTA MURIEL MARTIN
II I could only tell what
ENID VIRGINIA MOXON
A hne comrade Ior work and
I know the answer Just let
VERLE MARIE HAVENS
I know what I want
CLARENCE W MOXON
The EEA w1ll lose a
BETTY L TOMPKINS
Small and shy
CARYOL ELMEDA BOYES
lust qlve me sornethrnq to
IOHN DAYTON MARTIN
Alcns Ioe Ku boo kr
A newcomer but she hos
found her niche.
RITA ROBERTA ROMANINI
Th re s never d dull moment
w'1en R lor rs Clownrnq
DOROTHY E GALLACCI
Why worry we lrve but on
Was lhere ever a nrcer qrrl?
Not or core rn the world
Ill keep trylnq
A wrnn nq mlle ond d WIFI
n nq woy
MARCILLP LA VERNE
Ijocd wrll I3 th dedth of her
lh oulof ocrdhlllty w1lh
IDA MAE MINTLE
A slncere student
RUTH K NIELSON
Duty Calle ond She responds
MERLE MARIE HART
She s o Iloshy mcnorette
She Jitterbuqs her wdy
Victoria Petrovich lack Piersall
WlNNERS GE TIGER A'S
Girls: Colleen Murray, C
erryrnan, Kathryn Swap,
Boys: Robert Parris Thorrtas
Paul Marino Giuntoli Evan
The airls select by vote one
eniar atrl whos name they
t el should be enaraved on the
Girl s Leaaue Shield Both boys
and airls choose a senior boy
tor th Soalding Athletic Shie d
Girls Leaque Shield
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lQ4i MERIT AWARDS
point syster awaras t stu ent 5 tivitr s as beer ir
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r at ar a ities and scholarshi
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b the acu fy execu e c un l 'i all Tiaer A inners are eligible to be con
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Gwamor Boy Remember Pearl Harbor? Dlmples
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Having passed the mterrxediate stage, the Iurxcrs have taken on the responsibil-
ues of upperclassrnen cmd have beccrxe prominext m Sched Czctiviues. The Iunior-
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The Scphcrncres cxre lcckiziq fcrf.-lard tc the year when the hehcr ci being Qpper-
clcrssrhen will be accomplished. Although this will cclcl extra respchsihiliiies Ihe class
will he very capable ci handling iherh, cis ihey have hcrcl U large represehtctiiri CP
ihe hcriar roll, cmd have taken an active pcm in music Und spcrtfz.
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lwfgcdle rgwr T. Miller, Ribeirc, P. lff',1fY'IY lvliss F1el'iin'5, P., Lfoxcri E. Pyke.
Ectcm row: E. Porter, l.. Melcmder, G, Peters, Eff. Pynch, E. Kelly, L. fffler, B. Fees.
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FIBST SEMESTER COUNCIL
li? row: lt. Arnold, S, Merrymcn, Atwood, V. Iepsen, B. Beers, M. Deems A, Tmdall.
3rd row: P. Ball, E. Tones, H. Hunt, L. Stebbins, l, Timmons, B. Aronsort, L. Manley.
Znd row: M. Norlaerry, L. Hathaway, L. Beeves, E. Iensen, F. Brizard, M. Dolf, V. Bertolini, B. Moxcn.
Bot'crn row: UV. Tonini, M. Papini, M. Guthridae, A. Brown, S. Bader, P. Klinqler, L, Simpson, K. Liscom.
The Student Body Council for this school year has had varied activities. Under the able
leadership cf President Homer Arnold and Vice President Kenneth Atwood, several rallies
and dances were held to promote school spirit. As second semester officers, President David
Tolle and Vice President Wylie Macpherson, with their committees, worked out a very suc-
cessful plan for the sale of defense stamps. One of the biggest days in the school year is
"VVork Day" which was successfully planned and carried out as usual. The work of the
Student Body Council for l94l and l942 has maintained the hiqh standard of cooperation and
democracy which has always prevailed at A.U.H.S.
SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL
Top row: UV. Macpherson, l. Bead, l. Turlcovich K. Atwood, D. Toile, B. Pritchard, D. Pefiiey.
Bri row: Fi. Laursen, E. Pyke, B. Beers B. Easter, L. Reeves, P. Ball, N. Frost.
2nd row: A. Beers, ll. Nortierry, M. Brizarfl, E. iensen, L. Matthews, M. Garland, I.. Hathaw':y.
Fran' row: il. Stansiierry, A. Bcrqess, B. Brown G. Effer, G. Er:3', l. 'Na1:h, S. Schussnian,
torn rc 1 npsr I: Erfv ilsr F I ill
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1942 marks the l7th year ot the Girls' League, an organization tor all girls in our school
The club has given two Hi-links, the theme ot the tirst being a Gypsy Party, and the second
the Army and Navy. The Girls' League Orchestra under the direction ot Delores Simpson has
played at all school dances
ir A , eague, 1?-JK-jan
Grganized three years ago, the R-K-Tan has been one ot the most active clubs in the
school. There are 25 members chosen by scholastic standing. Besides their annual Christmas
Dance and Defense parties, they took on the task of selling Detense stamps to the student
body. Also a donation was made to the Red Cross
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. Toile B. Beers, ly.. Graham . . Arnoltt.
'Q' row: D. Iorberrf, . .anlcyi .Cebgrs H. Gr
rrw Peru s f rl II L
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l. K. Knud .ri D. D:ls...:i E. '.."..t Mir. D s
The Bachelorette Club is a part of the National Sub-Deb Clubs and is sponsored
by the Arcata Womens Club. The clubs activities for the year have included an
Autumn Tea in honor of their Mothers, the Trustees' wives, as well as faculty rnern-
bers, and their sponsor, and a rnusical ojuiz program. The second annual reunion was
held May 6.
Pat Klinqler has been the President and Miss Carroll the Faculty Advisor. Qther
officers included, Vice President, Rosanne Hill, Secretary, Marion 'W1iscn, and Treas-
urer, Mary Ennes.
row: -. Saunders, M. Garland, l.. Reeves, G. Petrzvicr. ll.. Gaybart, L. l'JZY'lQl213', L. lfla'i?.e'.vs, l. Eaqlf 1'
row: ll. Schuler, l. Erickson, Lf. 'i'Ji.sf,n lfliss Carroll, F. Rornanint, R. Hill, L. llZ'l'1CI'llUQ' C. Speer.
rcfz. ll. Iohnsor., P. Klinqler, Lf. Ennes, E. Maxon, M. Papini, A. lflartir. E. Bray.
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The Excalibur Club is sponsored by the Arcata Rotary club and has as its motto
ne who seexs to serve another best serves himself." ln observance of tnzs :notto the
club assurned the responsibility of raisinq and lowering school flag each day.
Cther activities included operating a concession stand at all athletic contests, a dance
for the other school clubs, and the annual Spring Dance.
Top row: I.. lllarjey, E Damraazj, S. ffl:-rrjfrnirri B. Pritchard Q. Talk-, D. '.'.'1ls'.r1, lvfarr liersin, P. Moxon,
P. Anderson, D. Carson, K, Kriudsftri.
4th row: L. Reeves, E. Kinriariioii, l. lflciiirue, E. Patton, G. Pefrovicli, A. Relac, ls. Nrirlaiiist A. Gaylictrt,
l., Matthews l.. liuqfgiris, D. Rfxzr-rs.
'rd row: M. Gcrlarvl, M. Hart, l.. Sliflrrzrzzi D. 'l1r1s'er1s-1. l.. Hf1'H1a'v-Jfrjf ff. Srieer, M. l"III.VJ"ll, E. 7f'ZlSflIt
l.. Gabriel, M. Ncrberrju, B. Ercwzx,
Qrid row: Miss Sainple, G. Payne, D. llc-Zzoriicc, M. lolitisfiti, E. Smith, Arriolrl, ffl. 'ifilsfrri V. Gillioviseii
M. Syvertscri, V. Havens, ll. T11r11r-1, S. Rfrlf-1.
Bottom row: P. Peuah, S.Sch11ssrnan fA,Pcp1r11 A. f.ff:r'1:1 V. FIGYIPI, P. Ririibr-',' ' 'l' 111:11 P. Klingler,
K. Schaffer, E, Pialorsi.
The Dramatic Club of l94l-42, consistinq of EO members, has continued to hold
its meetings with the presentation of several one-act plays under the supervision of
Miss Sample. The members also enjoyed a very successful party. The officers for
the year were: President, Mary Papiniy Vice-President, Sam Merrymanp Secretaryf
Treasurer, Homer Arnold, and their faculty adviser, Miss Sample.
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Ear-k row: A. Eabler l. Yxncerf 2. G'Il.CZ'I'f1 ', ffcfietl, E. -fofofrs E
E. Arornscn, I.. Sherman, D. Hezzorgcc.
Tran' row: E. faldeira, L. Plffhl l.f1ss Flfrlw Qzrges, fl. Pagfgn
Fifteen of the schools most enthusiastic athletes and their adviser Miss Eeildina
make up the Girls' Athletic Association. This year they entertained sixteen Eureka
airls with volleyball, sponsored a rally for the Eureka and Arcata aame in Basketball
and have raised money to buy friirrors for the airls gymnasium locker roorr..
The officers for the year include: President, Lilly Picchi, Vice-President, Betty
Partong Secretary, Evelyn lflCCOITlbSI and Treasurer, Dorothy Rezzonico.
The Art Club this year not only put on the Annual Art Carnival, but also spon-
sored an original and interesting puppet show for the benefit of the Red Cross. The
club purchased new glazes and Clays for the school kiln. At the spring initiation
many new merrbers were inducted into the organization. As there was no advisory
this year the members have had to assemble outside of school time, and as a result
their activities have been somewhat limited.
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" ' 'f. Sir. ' T 'et Q, f':Z'zri ' P' 1 L. Dil Pzit.
::"zrr. raw: Lf. Ezrges, :, szrenzp IJ. Cr.ris'e s ing, L. flcxcr. Miss Lffger.:.1:'.
The Latin Club is composed of the students taking Latin and those who have
completed two years of this subject. The club has now been in existence fifteen years,
one of the oldest organizations in the school.
This years protect was a Roman party for the Latin students and adviser from
Eureka High School, The guests were entertained in the atrium of a Roman house.
The games, costumes, and refresllrrients were in keeping with the Roman customs.
A feature of the party was the awarding of defense stamps for prizes, the only non-
Roman custom used.
Tgp row: E. Lfsf LS f. Rei-i S. Sauziiezs Lfacgtlzerszr, f. Zaxtes .3+.r:..l
7 wi P, L. f.f3T'i1e'.-is L. iii Lzis l.l1SS Ames l. f.finr:e L. Sherri
x 3 :Her ' Fvriwe ' f.f. l. 'iirriw-iQ . Erma' ' Fa:
The Future Farmers presented one of the outstanding social events ot the school
year when they held their annual Parent and Son banauet. The boys played hosts
to their parents and distinguished guests with an attendance that exceeded that ot any
previous banquet. Gther activities of the chapter included: a trip to the State Fair,
showing and Judging livestock at the Parliamentary Procedure Contest, a roller skate
ing party, and a scrap iron drive for our national defense program.
Tiff row: S. Pagers, l. Linebarger, 2. Decker C. fzhnsrr Z. C111 iiy, P" ff, A11
Ncrcr. A. Pegolctii L Bart.-ey.
2n'i row: A. floxon, P. EEYTZATIA, 3. Spin, C. Lindgren P,.sl A lf. Eircel s . . :. Mix:
5. Seaman l, Linesarger.
ls' row: Lfr. Parsons, F. Earceims I. To.: D. Austin I. Fast " Ee ini E, .. n F. N. Krugc
l. Gallacci, lffr. Sxodaara.
LA VELL E. PARSONS
lOHN E. ELIVKDRYT
fir. Elrricre xr.: his igrst pergzd Chen'.1s'ry Cass.
ln the modern world chemistry is playing a constantly more and more irriiortarit
role. The high school chemistry class not only starts the prospective cneftiist, but
opens new vistas ot the world about him To every student. On the chemistry teacher
lies the responsibility of instructing the students in this subiect, concerning which few
have previous knowledge. l. E. Elmore has performed this task tor the last sixteen years
in a way to merit conimendaticn. Undoubtedly many students owe Mr. Elri.cre a vote
of thanks for an important part in their education.
.up row: l.. Noraquist, K. A":1f.','i, l. Davies
Middle row: D. Dclson, A. GayEiar', H. Arnold
L. Sherman, R. Hill.
Bottom row: lflr. Davies, lvl. lchriszrx, M. Papm
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P. mingle. .ne e.
The Advance staff has sought near and far for new and
oriqinal ideas to present to the student body in this our year-
book cf l942. Pictures have been taken of the luniors, Sopho-
mores, and Freshmen by home rooms instead of by classes,
thus aettina a biaaer and better picture of each individual.
We feel sure that the student body will treasure the memories
this book will recall in the years to come.
The "PEPl3ERBQX,f' the school's four page miiiieoaraphed
paper, has published a volume of interesting papers under the
leadership of the Editor, Marian lohnson and the Faculty Ad-
visor, Miss Roach. The aim of the staff has been to provide
quality rather than quantity, and it is hoped that a fresh im-
proved note in local Journalism has been attained.
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Wilh only ine riieniloer of last years Qharnpionshgp, tearix returning, the
.afeighfs had a tough season olosznij in fourth place. Contestizg every gartie, the Q
heayyweights proved their aoiliiy loy leading the Chanipionship Ferndale learn for the A
mst half, but were defeated by four points at the final whistle.
G. Lgrentzeri, ,-5.. f.fas'c-rsin. E. fzrzes, P. Pri'fl1ard his-Iryriiori, Macgrherscz. A, Sdllady. Pau.sf..n,
R. ChY1S'9RSiZ., Young, G. Fzziznscn. E. fprddn.
With a season of Close games, losing Two games by two poinis and one game
Q hy one point, the lightweights finished in lhird place. High scorers were Ben Spini,
A Harley Rylander, and Horner Arnold while Primo Bertolini was very ontstaridirig as
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In 1941 the Arcata Tigers heard so rnuch about defense that they adopted
this method of football playing. Consequently the team, when facing a tough
schedule with many inexperienced players did not have a good year. They
made their best showing by downing Ferndale 14 to O. With all but four regu-
lars returning next year, we can look forward to a powerful eleven for 1942.
Backs: M. Graham, I-I. Paulson, D. Dolson, C. Anderson.
Line: I. Iskra, V. Jepson, K. Knudsen, E. Jordan, B. Piersall, I. Stansberry, H. Rylander.
Top row: G. Robinson, I. Iskra, H. Paulson, V. Iepson, I. Turkovich, G. Saunders, I, Keller, I-Iunt
2nd row: K. Knuasen, E. Iones, B. Piersall, C. Lindgren, C. Anderson, M. Graham, A. Pegciovti
R, lackson, H. Rylander, Mr. Moore.
lst row: E. Fusi, T. Tosti, E. Iordon, E. Pyke, H. Griffin, I. Stansberry, R. Paisley, G. Lytle, P. Keller
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son l. aherman G Petravra A Rear:
Tolle R Prrtchard I-l A nold P Elmore
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Wrth a larqe turnout thrs year the teams team qot oft to an early star
slrapmq up very last Under the coachmq of Mr Davls the team rs lookmq ahead to
nth and the lmals an May srxteerrth
the semr fmals on May ru
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fri raw: N. Scltmrft. Lf. '.'.'e1r, L. Srmgfscn. P. Carroll, N. Kruger
Top row: B, Lorenzo, E. McCombs, A. Gayhart, A. Helac, G. Petrovich, B. Aronson,
Middle row: C. Speer, M. Garland, L. Picchi, I. McNeill, D. Gallacci, P. Lewis, G. Hansen.
Bottom row: M, Papini, M. Norherry, D. Rezzonico, L. Sherman, A. Babler, E. Caldeira,
L. Simpson, Miss Feilding.
For the third consecutive year the class of lQ42, under the leader-
ship ot Lois Sherman, has defeated all opponents. The luniors were
the runners-up since they were defeated only by the Seniors.
Back Row: tl. Cclcgrove, L. Ncrdquist, A. Helac, B. Aronscii, D. Galiayqi.
Middle row: L. Sherman, l-.f. Garland, L. Picchi, M. '.'Vilscn, Miss Peilding.
Bottom row: E. Caldeira, M, aPpini, I. Vincent, G. Hansen, A. Martin.
Captain Marcille Garland led her Senior companions undefeated
through their speedball season. Though competition was strong,
especially from the luniors, the excellent teamwork of the Seniors
Complete Automotive Sales and Service
Studebaker Cars Mack Trucks
Gilmore Products Norwalk Tires
17th and G Streets Phone Arcata 9l
DR. L. F. KELTNER
Auto Paint and Body Shop
16th St Phone l4l M
Compliments of the
Humboldt s Modern New Style Center
W A Crawford Prop
Phone 7 W Arcata Calif
IONES 5 10 15 CENT STORE
Novelties and Staples
at Lowest Prices
TATMAN S BAKERY
Gn the Redwood Hiahway
BUCK S CAFE
Noted for lt Good Fooa
North Side of Plaza
Phone l3l Arcata
BLUE LAKE ADVOCATE
Humboldt s Best Weekly
S2 UO p r year
Blue Lake California
The Rexall Store
POLLY PRIM BAKERY
Home of lclorne-made Bread
Phone l4Ol Arcata
A LEVY 6 I ZENTNER CO
W'holesale Fruit and Produce Co
THE VARSITY SWEET SHOP
ln Arcata on the Redwood Hiahway
Gpposite th Plaza
Shop located next to he Redwood Theatres
Arcata Ph l55l Fortuna
of Northern California
I ANSEN S
lce Cream Candies Groceries
l6th and l Streets Phone 43
SUTHERLAND S CASH STORE
Union Gas and Gil
P on l L Lake
DR EUGENE FOUNTAIN
D i sl
Phon 4C Arcata
846 . - ' '
"The Horne of Good Bakery Products" Ggngrgl Mgrghqmdtgg
h e .G Bl ie -
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A ttorney at Law
894 G Street Phon 32 W
Super Creamed Ice Cream
Grant Shakes L1aht Lunches
O33 H Street Arcata Ca11I
A W ERICKSON CO
Photo Fmrshma Iob Prmtmq
EUREKA BEVERAGE CO
132 We t Fourth St Phone 536
C S Gelqer and L A Ford
EVEREADY SERVICE STATION
R capprna Retreadlnq
Corn r 1Uth and H Streets
Arca a Ca11torn a
C L STARKEY
Watchmaker and Iewe1er
Nora R I qerators and Spartan Radto
BLUE LAKE MARKET
Thad A STII1I1'I Proprretor
F1owers tor a11 occaslons
Phone 96 Arcata
O1d L1ne Compames On1y
875 Ntnth Street
Phones Hesrdence 196 Ofhce 145
B COOPER M D
Phys1c1an and Surqeon
SEELY 6. TITLOW COMPANY
Arcata Super Market
The Un1versa1 Store
PETE CANCLINI SHOE SHOP
Where Sho Reparrmq IS a Spec1a1ty
IACKSON S GARAGE
Gas O11 Accessorres
Phone 17 W ue Lake
ALLEN 6. HENSEL
East S1d Plaza
Furnrture and Apphances
DE LUXE BARBER SHOP
Iohn C Morten en Prop
COT LEGE CREAMERY
Bard n s Supertor Ice Cream
Crad A Pa teunzed M11k
COTTAGE GROVE DAIRY
HORNBROOK S SHOE STORE
526 G Street Eureka
E V IONES
Loca1 and Lona Dlstance Hauhnq
1001 H Street
Phone 07 Arcata
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"Graduate: ot 1942" phnne 194 Aman
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Arcata Cleaners Dyers and Tallors
The Best Workmanshlp nd Servtce
BERT CHAPMAN Prop
Tarlored Surts for the Man Vtfho Cares
O 0 SALES co
Popular because 1t s good
FEED and SEED
S Iacomella V Capr1le
BEER INSURANCE AGENCY
Complete Insurance SGIVICQ
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Phone 41 Arcata Callf
GRIER S CORNER DRUG STORE
In the Post Oftrce Block
Phone 4 Arcata
DR H L IENKINS
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Phone 73 Arcata Caht
RITCHIE WOODS DRUGS
5th Street and G Eureka Calrf
IOHN MARTE Prop
B B BARTLETT OPDD
S P BARTLETT OPDD
529 F Street Eureka Cahf
COLLEGE SHOE SHOP
E CANCLINI Prop
Elqhth and G Streets Arcata Calll
Meet at the
FOUNTAIN G LUNCH
A BRIZARD INC
The Outstandmq Shopplnq Center
1n Humboldt Co
Canada Dry Products
Sandwlches Mrlkshakes Chill Beans
17th and G St
DAVE S BARBER SHOP
CLASS OF 1942
Garage and Super Servrce Statlon
Phone 3 I
General Merchandlse Store
Phone 3 W
Blue Lake Cahforma
HENRY A SORENSON
General Insurance and Real Estate
Phone 24 725 8th St
BUTTER NUT BAKERY
Butter Nut Bread
Largest Independent Bakery m
The Redwood Emprre
L 6 A STYLE SHOP
1644 G St
Gladys E Anderson Luctlle C Larsen
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'Y' SEQUOIA GROCERY CO. GEO. E- KEI-I-EY
BERT HILL S VARIETY STORE
Phone 209 876 G St
LEE PHIPPS DRESS SHOP
523 Frfth Street
Coats Suxts Dresses
PAUL S BARBER SHOP
FITSI Class Servrce
Humboldt s Errendly
Frith and G Sts Eureka Cahf
Retrrqerators Vtfashers Radros
FREEMAN ART STUDIO
Makers of good plctures
527 E Street Eureka Cahf
HILFIKER ELECTRIC CO
Phllco Zenlth Radlo
Next to P O Phone 20
TEN WINDOW WILLIAMS
Corner 3rd ci F St Phone 472
DR N A STROMBERG
YOUR BEAUTY SHOP
Haudyemg 6 Pennanents
Next Door to Tatman s Bakery Phone 114
Arcata Elsre Forster Prop
Mathews Muslc 6. Statronery House
Your Musrcal Headquarters
Records Sheet Musrc
423 F Street Phone 565 Eureka Caht
H A Schrn1tt Earl Walton
Umon O11 Products
10th and G Sts Arcata Caht
Conqratu1at1ons to the
CLASS OF 1942
ARCATA SAMOA BASEBALL CLUB
F Paprnr Mar Ernre Robrnson Sec
DELTA BOWLING ALLEY
Bowl for Health
744 9th St Phone 147 Arcata Cahf
BUTCH WILSON S TACKLE SHOP
KRAMER AUTO SUPPLY CO
Parts Tools Eqmpment
Machrne Shop rn Connectron
Phone 3232 4th 6. C Sts Eureka
THE BIG 4
Fme Itahan Dinners
One Mlle North of Arcata Cahf
Phone Arcata 215 for reservatrons
Personal Management ot
Groceries F ru1ts Vegetables
Phone 506 923 H Street
COLEMAN S MEAT EMPORIUM
Your Commen ernent Coleman s Too
Phone 507 Arcata
UNITED CREAMERIES ASSN.
Umted tBrandl Butter
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Q L 11 1t's "Butchbilt" It's "We11bi1t"
CALIFORNIA BARREL CO , LTD
Extend Congratulations to the
CLASS OF l942
THE PLAZA 6. THE ARCATA
W tlctexl Pyle L O Iacobs
GOLDEN STATE CO LTD
V EVERETT HUNT BS DDS
VERNONL HUNT DDS FACD
Pracuce Llrnrted to Orthodontrcs
HAMMOND REDWOOD CO
Phone 25 Arcata Calif
DR C L BONSTELL
MURRAY S AUTO COURT
6. SERVICE STATION
Modern Cabrns Associated Products
4th and G Sts Arcata Callt
I P Murray Ernrnxtt Murray
Peterson s Sporting Goods Store
Athletic Equipment Fishing Tackle
Ammunition Lunch Room
Soft Drinks etc
Arcata Phone 97
Ford 6. Oliver Farm Equipment
Arcata Union 6. Shopping News
Quality Iob Printing
HOME GUERNSEY DAIRY
Grade A Dairy Products
Raw and Pasteurized Milk 6 Cream
Phone 824 Eureka
CLASS OF 1942
HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE
Educatlonal opportunlty here at home
SAFEWAY STORES INC
Guaranteed Meats 6 Grocenes
CLASS OE 42
IOE S TRADING POST
New and 2nd Hand Goods
Corner lOth CS H St Arcata
BOYD S SHELL STATION
One Block South of Plaza on Highway
Shellubncation Wheel Aligning Brakes
Arcata Phone 97
HUNTER S LUNCH ROOM
The Place to Eat on the Redwood Hrghway
Phone 55 l8th and G Sts
THE COLLEGE NEWSTAND
That Quality Bon Bonnrere Ice Cream
Candy Soft Drinks Magazmes
On the Plaza
Many thanks to our tr ends
and advertlsers from the
ARCATA UNLQN HIGH SCHOOL
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