Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)
- Class of 1952
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. . . EDITORS
1952 Advance Editor
The 1951-52 school year will soon be in the past. Some will forget the events
of the year, others will long remember all the ups and downs along the road.
Those who have bought a copy of the 1952 Advance will have fond memories
ci days at Arcata High as long as they have this book in their possession.
ln preparing the 1952 Advance, we endeavored to recapture all the important
events and activities in which clubs and classes participated. 1 hope you enjoy
turning and reading the pages of this annual as much as l enjoyed editing it.
Pdlzlishing the 1952 Advance required a great deal of work and the coopera-
ticn ot many people. I wish to thank all those who contributed to the task and
helped. me complete an enioyolzle afslqfnment. My thanks oo to Elsie Nelscn who
designed the new cover . . . to Dolly Handley and Redwood Studios who did much
cf the pho"r graphy and cor peratefl with our picture schedules . . . to Mr. Iarboe
who was always ready with his camera wherever and whenever needed . . . to
Mel Manda and the Art Department who provided us with the division pages
. . . to Mr. Ozias of Lederer, Street 61 Zeus Co., Inc .... to Mr. Evans of California Art
and Engraving . . . to the Administration and the Faculty.
Last, but certainly not least, lwant to thank Mr. Studley for his seemingly tire-
less eitcrts and guidance as Advance advisor. Our undertaking was a great one,
full of all sorts ct trustrations, but not once did he complain.
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. . . FACULTY AND '-
The 1951-52 school year witnessed several
administrative changes designed to meet new
needs. Some of the changes were the direct re-
sult of faculty-student suggestion and discussion.
As co-editors of this section of the Advance, we
hope that all graduates will remember the
healthy atmosphere which prevailed as well as
the progress which we made together.
To accommodate Mr. Ralph Davis and the
record enrollment at Arcata High School, a new
attendance office was built. This office was also
designed to house our first counseling service,
provided by Mrs. Florence Brown, Mr. Albert
Blood, and Mr. Michael Chetlcovich.
The advisory periods which had prevailed for
many years were discarded and their functions
turned over to the social science classes. This
change gave the students a few extra minutes
in which to reach school in the morning as well
as a longer lunch period.
The new gymnasium, completed late in May
1951, made it possible to schedule many assem-
blies and rallies during the school day and to
stage numerous social programs in the evening.
One night each week the gym was open to the
public for recreational purposes: on Saturday
May Borel and Barbara Walter select pictures for the Administra-
tion section ot the Advance.
Assistant Section Editor
mornings it was available to the students from
the elementary school.
'While these changes and new features were
being added to the scene, plans were made for
next year. When school reopens next Septem-
ber, students will see more innovations and
more new buildings on campus.
ln the field of student government, changes
were also made. For the first time in years Song
Queens were appointed by the executives.
Guided by Miss Ruth Carroll, the Student Coun-
cil took an intense interest in all interschool ac-
tivities and played an important part in bringing
the Sportsmanship Banner and Award to Arcata
High School. Guided by Mr. lan Van Hee, the
Student Court drew up a new Penal Code which
was accepted by the students.
The Coordinating Council, initiated last year,
was reorganized and discussed mutual prob-
lems of the students and administration. The
Council was composed of four student repre-
sentatives and four faculty members and was
presided over by Mr. Clifford Sorem.
We feel that Arcata High School has always
striven to keep up with the times and that much
progress was made in 1951-52 because of the
atmosphere of cooperation.
Harlene Littlefield and Ianet Bettendorl prepare copy for the
. . . PRINCIPALS
Modern schools recognize their ohligae
tion to provide a fertile environment for
growth ofthe whole person. Basic skills are
supplemented hy a variety of activities
which give practice in the use ot skills and
which provide opportunities to shape
habits, attitudes, and moral character.
The Advance describes and pictures the
varied prograrn of activities at the Arcata
Union High School for the vear 1951-52.
CLIFFORD M. SOREM
District Suporintondont and Principal
As you look through this book, will you reolize
thot it took responsible people to do the job?
Mony of you will not do so if you follow the pot-
tern of post high school youths. Somewhere be-
tween these Covers, you will find the nomes ond
CI picture of the group who mdde this book pos-
sible, lf you think the book is well done, express
your dpprecidtion to the members of this stcrff
ond their odvisorsg this will be olmost the only
reword they will get for their efforts outside of
o few extrocurriculor points.
lf you don't believe the book is well done, why
not cxsk the advisors to let you join the stdff for
next yeor ond put your ideos to work to mcrke ct
better book? You won't help this yeor's book by
sounding off os to its incrdequocies, but you mdy
injure your reputotion in the minds of those who
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
SEATED, left to right: Clifford M. Sorem, A. B. Doll, Iames N. Palmer, Harry Krohn, Robert Davison, and
LEFT TO RIGHT: Claire Smedley,
Belly Hendrickson, lane Sherman,
Mrs. Flemming. and Mrs. Anderson.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Blood. Mr. Chet-
kovich, Mrs. Brown, and Mr. Davis.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ernest Henry, heed
bus driver: Maurice Asemissen, Ioe
Iones. Don Davis, Pat Avila, and
LEFT TO RI SHT: Claude Moore, Fred
Huggins. Charles Siephens, and Ed-
ward S. Richards.
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FIRST SEMESTER YELL LEADERS FIRST SEMESTER SONG QUEENS
LEFT TO RIGHT Charlene Schunk Cecile Carvalho and Shirley LEFT TO RIGHT May Bo el Mary Cole, Nadine Lozensky, and
Burgess Carlene Carlson.
FIRST ROW, left to riqht:
Marilynn Cooper, Elsie
Thornton. SECOND ROW:
Dolores Haeqer, Darlene
Foresti, Louise Ashbrook,
Betty Huqqins, Kay Killin-
qer, Sally Schirmann.
Dawn Anker, Marianne
McMorrine, Pat Ham-
mond, Iane Sherman,
THIRD ROW: Miss Car-
roll, Ianice Burshem, Car-
olyn Stacy, Frank Spaid,
Dick Miller, Heinz Breu-
niq, Walter Guy, Iohn Da-
vis, Emery Franzen, Ray
McConnell, and Wendell
FIRST ROW, left to right:
Rich Hunt, Don Ford,
Anna Valentini, Larry
Ford, Carl Car'son. SEC'
OND ROW: Rose Mary
Fagundes, Shirley Hunt,
lane Chapman, Betty Lar-
sen, Susan Schirmann,
Karen Paulsen, Peggy
Wilson. THIRD ROW: Mr,
Van Hee, Ierry Thomas.
Bob Spaletta, Ernest Ghi-
setti, Helen Wymore, Con'
rad Lahr, Ierry Ienkins,
Bill Brechbill, Richard
Haines. FOURTH ROVV:
Ianet Bettendort, Shirley
Ennes, Pat Peters, Susan
Spidell, Martha Smith, jo
anne Baer, Sharon Pnr-
sons, and Vida Harsh.
SECOND SEMESTER YELL LEADERS SECOND SEMESTER SONG QUEENS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ioan Millis, Dolores Haeqer, Darlene Haeqer, LEFT TO RIGHT: Iris Haaan, Mary Cole, May Borel, and Carol
and Erma Enriqhi. Chrislian.
FIRST ROW, lei! to riqhi:
Doroihy Souza, Bonnie
Vincenl, Elsie Thornton,
Barbara Nonnenman, Ra-
mona Souza, Ioan Macro,
Dolores Evanqelisii, Lou-
ise Ashbrook. SECOND
ROW: Claire Smedley,
Syble Bagley, Toni Gab-
riel, Frank Leach, Roy
Iones, Phyllis Trump,
Clara Stonebarqer, Na-
dine Lozensky, Dona Cur-
ley. THIRD ROW: Kathryn
Payne, Ann Peithman.
Kathy Haines, Ann I-Iiti,
Carl Mav, Harman Bon-
niksen. Iere Buck, Wil-
liam Tuck, and Ed Mur-
FIRST ROW, lei! ta riqhiz
Richard Martin, Clyde El-
ler, Martha Smith, Rodney
Cox, Pat Hall, Frank
Spaid, Iohn Borel. SEC-
OND ROW: Harrie! Iohn-
son, Susan Schirmann,
Beity Hendriksen, Mary
Anne Ely, Barbara Wal-
ter, Pai Nelson, Nancy
Cass. THIRD ROW: Richie
I-Iunt, Helen Wymore, Val
Webster, Ierry Chapman,
Iohn Peterson, Leslie Hol-
qersen, Conrad Lahr, and
U. S. History
Spanish and Latin
FACULTY AND CURRICULUM
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When the l95l-52 school year began at Arcata High School, we welcomed
eleven new teachers to the tacultyg this brought a total ot thirty-three members
to the teaching staff.
Along with the new teachers we tound new courses added to the curriculum.
For the first time, Girls' Agriculture was taught. College Preparatory Biology was
added to the science field. ln the Music Department, a l.V. Choir was organized.
For the first time, the publication ot the school newspaper, "The Pepperboxf'
was handled in a special lournalism class.
Girls look on as Dona Curley serves Nadine Lozensky. Mr. Iarboe goes over lines with Iecm Richards.
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A Social Science ll program was created to meet the new state requirement
for California History and Government. Seniors received this instruction in Senior
Problems but after next year the program will be conducted strictly in Sophomore
ln line with Civilian Defense efforts, all Physical Education classes devoted
a great deal of time to first aid and atomic bomb instruction. All teachers were
also required to secure an up-to-date First Aid Certificate.
Changes are made every year in the faculty and in the curriculum. Next
year there will be a still larger faculty and still other courses. Courses that are
scheduled for next year include Library Science, Photography, Senior Mathe-
matics, Laboratory Biology, Music Appreciation, industrial Arts and Crafts, and
Woodwinds and Stringed instruments. These changes make the school grow
and progress with the changing of other affairs in the community, state, and
checks work of Gerry Hagelskamp in Senior Problems. Mr. Zatiolcx points to Denver while discussing U.S History
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. . . ANOTHER CLASS
Time nas come for another group of Seniors
to take leave ot Arcata High School. Yes, the
Class of i952 is about to bid adieu to tour en-
joyable and hectic years on campus. From the
iirst day we arrived at Arcata High, as bewil-
dered and scared Freshmen, we have longed
and waited tor the day ot days, graduation day.
Time has ilown by and we'll soon be decked out
in caps and gowns, marching forward to receive
During the past tour years many things have
happened. Remember our Freshman initiation?
The girls had to wear one side of their hair in
small braids and the other side in pin curlsg and
they had to hobble around with a high heel shoe
on one toot and a low heel shoe on the other,
with jeans and shirts turned inside out! The boys,
just as cute, also had to wear their clothes inside
out: they also had to slick down their hair and
part it in the middle. To add insult to injury, the
boys had to carry a cloth with which to shine
Sophomore shoes! Still, we had the last laugh
in the afternoon when we upset a record ot many
years by beating the Sophomores in the annual
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Assistant Section Editor
Remember how we enjoyed shaking oft some
ot that green tint and participating in school ace
tivities as Sophomores? Remember our lunior-
Senior Prom? The Chinese lanterns, the Oriental
bridge, the green shrubs, and all the enjoyment
and fun we had in our "Chinese Garden" should
never be forgotten.
Remember worrying about credits, college, a
job, or Uncle Sam during the past year? Remem-
ber those long papers we wrote for Mrs. Brown
and Mr. Blood? Remember the usual debate on
the questions ot rings and dress for graduation?
Remember the Senior Banquet and all the other
Senior functions? They're all memories to be
cherished come what may in the lite which
awaits us beyond the Arcata High campus.
We'll miss Arcata High School, our "favorite"
teachers and our favorite subjects but dear old
Arcata High School will also miss usi In partic-
ular, Arcata High will miss those Seniors who
established good scholastic records, those who
performed with the Choir and Rand, those who
fought for the orange and black on the gridiron,
on the hardwood, on the diamond and on the
oval, and those who participated with the nu-
merous other schcol organizations.
Arte Roberts interrupts her typing as Dolores Evdnqelisti calls Madonna Keetouver ioins Arte and Dolores for the selection ot
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her attention to cx pomt ot concern on the layout.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dona Curley
ireasurer: Richie Hum, president,
Nadine Lozensky, secretary,
Shirley Hunt, vice-president.
Shown domq some repair work on
cr tractor IS Art Miller, winner of the
Bank of America Award in Indus-
Senior Cluss Prexy
Girls' Athletic Association
Student Body Vice-President
OUTSTANDING FUTURE FARMERS
Seated in front of their Future Farms
ers of America Banner are Conrad
Lahr, left, cmd Richie Hunt. right.
Both students have received high
awards cmd brought much praise to
Dolores Evanqelisti receives her
C.S.F. Lite Membership Pin from Miss
Ruth Eversole, advisor, while Ger-
aldine Haqelskamp stands by to re-
ceive the same honor.
Girls' League Prexy
Future Farmer of America
Student Body Vice-Prexy
Girls' League Representative
Diploma Has Been
Geraldine Hagelskamp lcenterl, win-
ner of the Bank of America Business
Award, looks through an enrollment
file while other top senior commer-
cial students busy themselves
around the attendance office. Shown
left to right are Iohn Hansen, Doris
Freitaq, Claire Smedley, Mr. Davies
iinstructorl, Betty Hendriksen, Haq-
elskamp, Emil Yurdana, Sandra Mer-
rill, Dolores Corninq, Frances Bundy,
and Louise Ashbrook.
Lewis Gist fsecond from riqhtl, win
ner ot the Bank oi America Art
Award, discusses his work with top
senior artists. Seated left to right are
Don Mesloh, Quito Trujillo. Gist, and
Student Body Song Leader
Future Farmer ot America
Future Homemaker ot America
Diplomcx Has Been
Employed at Arcatcx Theater
Escorting Betty Huggins are Ion Ber-
trand, left, and Jerry Thomas, right.
All three won awards in the annual
Bank of America competition.
Honorary Member oi
I ERALD BELACK
Employee ot Associate
Employee of Mobilqas
MARY ANN COMBS
Transierred to Hoopa
FIRST ROW, left to riqht: Miss
Ruth Eversole, Lynwood Car-
ranco, Miss Lilian Haqopicm.
SECOND ROW: Ed Oliveira, Wil-
liam Mcliitlrick, Robert Walker.
und Michael Chelkovich.
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: George Forcnl,
president: Dolores Hue er, secre
tary: Les Holqersen, treasurer:
Dennis Stark. sergeant-at-arms:
Iere Buck, yell leader: Carla
Brisllin, vice-presideni: Iris Ha-
gen, yell leader.
. . JUNIORS MOVE UP
The members of the Class of 1953 will enter their Senior year with a long list
of accomplishments on the record books. This group started the ball rolling when
they were rough Freshmen and defeated the Sophomores fClass of '52l in the
annual brawl. They maintained the pace when they were Sophomores and won
another Frosh-Soph Initiation. This year, as Iuniors, they enjoyed another banner
George Forant, a fellow with plenty of potential ability, won the presidential
election early in the year and did a good job of discharging his duties. He was
ably assisted by a very witty vice-president, Carla Bristlin: a vivacious blonde
secretary-treasurer, Dolores Haegerg and a sturdy sergeant-at-arms, Dennis Stark.
This quartet led the Iuniors forward.
Under their direction, the luniors entered the PTA. Membership Drive Contest
and won the prize money. The luniors also sponsored a lunior-Senior Prom,
called it the "lack Frost Frolic," and established a first when they invited all
Seniors to attend the Ball as quests of the Class of 1953.
When the downtown rally was held prior to the grid titanic between Arcata
and Eureka, many Iuniors participated in the parade. When the parade was
over, the judges awarded the Iuniors first place for the best float on the grounds
of originality and sportsmanship.
The Iuniors had several representatives on the Student Cabinet. Both Ann
Hitt and Madonna Keefauver served as Bally Chairmen while Bonnie Vincent
served as Treasurer. The Class of 1953 held a virtual monopoly on the pep
squads with lris Hagan, Dolores Haeger, Erma Enright, Ioan Millis, and Shirley
Burgess serving as yell leaders.
ln athletics the luniors were outstanding. Bob Allord headed the male sport-
sters but there were others such as Len Necochea, Dcn Hampton, Ray Figueroa,
and Bon Walker. Among the girls, Ann Hitt, Shirley Ennes, Dot Steiner, Nita
Nelson, Carla Bristlin, Kay Besecker, and Virginia Rounds should be mentioned.
Other luniors were active in many various activities. Some, such as Merle
Oppenheimer, were tops in their studies and in extracurricular activities. Others,
such as Sara Rodrigues, performed as majorettes. Many, like Iere Buck and
Mary Lee Stromberg, were club officers.
Other names could be mentioned but space dictates otherwise so we'll just
close with a cheer for the Class of l953l
and Bob Allord.
MISS DEGENHARTS ADVISORY
FIRST HOW, lelt to right: Miss Deg
enhart, Adrian Allen, Mary Aldrich
Helen Anqel,Vonniece Angler Syblo
Bagley. SECOND ROW: Shirley Bu
geniq, Gayle Allen, Shirley Burgess
Virginia Barker, Ianet Bettendorl
Carla Bristlin, Bob Babb, Dolores At
kins. THIRD ROW: Kay Besecker
Loren Abbott, Duane Allen Iere
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Elwood Bartlett, Robert Benbrook
MISS ROSE HAGOPIAN'S
FIRST ROW, left to right: Phyllis
Cox, Peggie Culver, Ruth Cherry,
Miss Rose Hagopian. SECOND ROW:
Clyde Eller, Virginia Dudal, lane
Chapman, Evelyn Davis, Carlene
Carlson, Ioyce Dudal, Phyllis Clark.
THIRD ROW: Carlos DeRossett. Ger-
ald Davies. Raymond Dickey, lack
Duncan. Lawrence Combs, Dean
Denny. Delbert Curtice.
MISS LILLIAN HAGOPIAN'S
FIRST ROW, left to right: Shirley En-
nes, Peggy Frenette, Charlotte Hard,
Don Hampton, Delbert Hames. SEC-
OND ROW: Miss Lillian Hagopian,
Iris Hagan, Dolores Haeger, Ianice
Hescock, Erma Enright, Larry Ford,
Grace Gibson, Pat Hammond, Emery
Franzen. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Hale,
Dale Foster, lack Faulkner, Ken
Frost, Ruth Everett. Lee Flaiz, Ray
Figueroa, LeRoy Hall, George Fo-
rant. Walter Guy.
MISS EVERSOLE'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Don Iones,
Jeannette Lighthill, Madonna Kee-
Iauver, Iona McGrifI. Mary Lou Kern.
SECOND ROW: Lolita Iones, Shirley
Lawrence, LeAnna Kohlasch, Harriet
Iohnson, Ray McConnell, Lambert
Huff, Betty Larsen. THIRD ROW: Ann
Hitt. Iim lohnson, Bill Laidlaw. Pat-
rick Iohnson, Miss Eversole, Darrel
Lewis, Ierry Ienkins, Leslie Holger-
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MR. WALKER'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Donald
Noble, Lida Morehouse, Loretta
Moore, Dorothy Oliver, Merle Oppen-
heimer, Nita Nelson, Darlene Nelson,
May Belle Morin, Barradine Medaris.
SECOND ROW: Ethelynn Miller, Ioan
Millis, Ann Peithman, Retta Perini,
Patricia Peters. Phyllis Peters. Da-
vid Manifold, Lois Parton. THIRD
ROW: Sharon Osborne, Marian Mar-
tin, Iohn Payne, Lenard Necochea,
Dick Miller. Ed Otter, Iohn Peterson,
Bill Nessler, Iohn Melqren.
MR. WEGNER'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Marilyn
Shouse, Susan Spidell, Iohn Sible,
Louise Smart, Darlene Schunk, Sarah
Rodrigues, Mary Lee Stromberq,
Gayle Reynolds. SECOND ROW:
Dennis Stark, Charlene Schunk, Bet-
ty Punch, Margie Prasch, Clara
Stonebarqer, Dorothy Steiner. Rita
Salnave, Helen Phillips. THIRD
ROW: Mr. Weqner, Elizabeth Stacy,
Kathryn Roberts, lack Smart, Stuart
Schirmann, Iohn Silva, Edwin Rodri-
gues, Virginia Round.
MRS. BARTELS' ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mrs. Bar-
tels, Charlotta Wing, Dotty Wilken-
loh, Bonnie Vincent, Shirley Wood.
SECOND ROW: Katherine Whitney,
Ianet Tinto, Phyllis Trump, Mava
Vincent, Gary Young, Doreen Ward,
Audrey White. THIRD ROW: Iuno
Woodside, Maxine Williams, Bar-
bara Walter, Iohn Williamson, Irvin
Vieira, Donald Walter, Donald Wil-
liams, Floyd Walton.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy
Haines. secretary: Pat Hall.
treasurer: Kay Killinger,
vice-president: Vernon Fried-
FIRST ROW, left to riqhl:
Woodrow Thompson, Mrs.
Eleanor Trunk, Georqe Stud-
ley. SECOND ROW: Ian Van
Hee and Vernon Smith.
. SCDPHOMCRES ACTIVE
The Class of 1954, caught in the midst of curriculum changes at Arcata High,
can look back upon an active Sophomore year during which the last tint of green
was washed away.
The "Sophs" got the scare of their young lives at the annual Frosh-Soph
Brawl. The upstart Freshmen maintained a lead from the start and went down
to defeat only after a rematch of the boys' Tug-of-War. Luckily for the Sopho-
rnores, their team was anchored by big lim Lorentzen.
An Assembly was held for the purpose of nominating candidates for class
offices. The Assembly featured some top entertainment and went far toward
knitting the Sophomores together. Others may have tried to imitate this innova-
tion but none were as successful as the Sophomores.
Vernon Friedli, a sports enthusiast if there ever was one, was elected Presi-
dent. Vernon appears annually on the football, basketball, and baseball teams.
He is also a member of the Choir and is a good minstrel in the Choir and Band
Kay Killinger, a blonde with personality, was elected Vice-President. Kay
likes sports and developed into one of the star Sophomore girl athletes. She also
performed as a Choir Alternate.
Kathy Haines was elected as Secretary and Pat Hall was the choice for
Treasurer. These two long-time friends both served as Frosh officers and did a
good job maintaining the records for the Sophomores.
ln an attempt to augment the Class funds, the officers bid successfully for
the right to man the concession stands at football and basketball games. Since
the Social Science ll classes served as advisories for the Sophomores, working
crews were secured from these classes.
Throughout the year, Sophomores were active on campus. Sally Schir-
mann and Iohn Davis participated in sports and served on the Student Council.
Mary Cass was on the lury and Bill Brechbill operated as Bailiff. Cecile Carvalho
and Darlene Haeger performed as yell leaders. Ramona Souza and Rose Marie
Fagundes twirled batons for the band. Barbara Nonnenmen, Marilyn Cooper, and
Spencer Graham sang frequently, often accompanied by Io Marie Grapes. lean
Richards and Pat Nelson did well in Drama. Darol Foster, playing left half on
the football team was a stand-out in the Eureka and Del Norte victories. Vernon
McCurdy, Ron Walker, Bob Stephens and Don Hitt were on the basketball
squads. Danny Trump served as a football manager. There were others--too
numerous to mention!
Ames. and Riley Baxter
MRS. KRAMM'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mrs
Kramm, Faye Babcock. Rose Anas
Darlene Brown. SECOND ROW Lo
retta Baiocchi. Doris Baker, Donna
Bovee, Georgia Baker. Jeanette Al
drich, Paul Byrd, Beverly Busemus
La Vonne Burshem, Kay Benbrook
Betty Angel. THIRD ROW: Olelhee
Beck, Carolyn Boudro, lim Bearden
Nancy Bruee, Bill Brechbill. Harman
Bonniksen, Carol Amner, lim Bar
ham, Kenneth Bennett, Richard
MR. DAVIES' ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, lelt to riahl: Mr. Davies.
Friedel Curtis, Marilynn Cooper,
Charlotte Cratty, Cecile Carvalho,
Gladys Drake, Pat Del Porto. SEC-
OND ROW: Delane Duncan, Diane
Clayton, Gale Coooer. Donna Che-
zem, Violet Davis. Don Dutton. Rod-
erick Davis, Vivian Davis. THIRD
ROW: Robert Christie, Nancy Cass.
T. I. Collins, Walter Christian, Floyd
Davis. Sherbert Cheisum. Iohn Da'
vis, Bill Daniels, Richard Dudal, and
MISS FEILDING'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, lelt to riqht: Miss Feild-
ing, Eileen Gray, Lorena Foster, Bet!
tv Faulkner, Wilma Evans. Toni Ga-
riel, Io Marie Graves. SECOND ROW:
Faith Galyean, Darlene Foresti, San-
dra Ford. Rose Mary Faqundes, Gary
Ervin, Dekle Faulk, Tony Gilbert.
Ken Gclllaqher, Dixie Anna Franke.
THIRD ROW: Harold Fisher, Clar-
ence Enos, Vernon Friedli, Glenn
Flockhart, Spencer Graham, Norman
Eaton, lim Ely, Darol Foster, and
MR. FORSYTHE'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, lelt to right: Donna
Hauenstein, Dianne Hilburn, Pat
Hall, Karla Hemphill, Iackie Iones,
Cecile Ivy. SECOND ROW: Thelma
Iones, Marlene Hodgson, Kay Killin-
qer, Darlene Haeger, Karen Kreslen-
sen, Beverly King, Kathleen Ham-
bloclr, Kathy Haines. THIRD ROW:
Bob Herndon, Leroy Iohnson. Rich-
ard I-Iintz, Mr. Forsythe, Robert
Iacobson, Gary Holmes, Don Hoover,
and Dale Keenan.
MR. McLEAN'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Darlene
Lindsley, Sandra Nielson, Wilda
LaRue, Barbara Ownbey, Lucile
Moody, Barbara Nonnenman, Ioan
Macro, Mildred Nelson, Charlotte
Mason, Shirley Luster. SECOND
ROW: Mr. McLean, Peggy Nielsen.
Nancy McCormick, Virginia Moller,
Ioan Laiqhton, Pat Nelson. Carolyn
Nicholson, Don Leen, Eddie Olson,
Fred McCranie. THIRD ROW: Gerald
Nygren, Ioe Mills, Ivan Muessiq,
Bruce Langley, Iay Linden, Walter
Miller, Billy Mattingly, Duane
Michna, Iim McNabb, Frank Matt-
son, and Vernon McCurdy.
MR. THOMPSON'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, lelt to right: Richard
Powell, Tony Reis, Iackie Parker,
Fred Shipman, Lois Shannon, 'Do-
lores Smither. SECOND ROW: Sue
Shores, Frances Price, Betty Setzer,
Ramona Souza, Mary Robinson,
Mary Serra,Sally Schirmann, Maxine
Prasch. THIRD ROW: Darlene Slade,
lean Richards, Richard Reimer, Bar-
bara Russell, Mr. Thompson, Leah
Smith, Karen Paulsen, Loren Smith,
Dick Sorensen, and Leroy Rakestraw.
MRS. TRUNK'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, let! to right: Vona
Younq, Mrs. Trunk, Barbara Trujillo,
Pat Ward, Marie Ulmer, Dolores
Truttman, Ioann Vollmer. SECOND
ROW: Betty Williams, Carolyn Went-
worth, Ann Turpin, Alice Stevens,
Ilene Thompson, Danny Trump, Do-
lores Turney, Ianett Walton. THIRD
ROW: Iackie Walton, Carleton Tim-
mons, Donna Standley, Rich Stewart,
Mart Young, Robert Stephens, Lyn-
wood Vinum, and Doris Wymore.
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secretary: Wendy Wood
treasurer: Ed Fedder, presi
dent: Elsie Thornton, vice
FIRST ROW, lei! to riqht: Miss
Ruth Carroll, Lynwood Car-
rcmco. Mrs. Mirun Marks.
SECOND ROW: Ian Van Hee.
William McKi1trick, Vernon
Smith, cmd Georqe Studley.
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. FRESHMEN LOCK AHEAD
The Class ot 1955 showed a lot ot deterrnination and drive as "Fresh" and
can loolq ahead to three more enjoyable years on the Arcata High carnpus.
Early in the year the Erosh elected a iine group ot officers. Ed Eedder was
the presidential oiioioe while Elsie Thornton was selected to assist hirn as Vice
President. Vlfendy Wood received the nod as Treasurer while Eat Cole was voted
Secretary. When Pat lctt school, a special election gave the joh ot Secretary to
The Erosh Crowned themselves with glory when they alrnost walked off with
the honors in the annual class initiation. The Sophornores were saved from dis-
grace thanks to a rematch of the hoys' TL1Q'Ol'WGT.
A highlight ct the year was the Ereshnian Party. The event was held in the
gyrn and teatured entertainment, dancing, and refreshrnents.
Many Erosh were active in school affairs during the year and they will cer-
tainly hecorne known carnpus personalities as they progress through their high
MR. McKITTRICK'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Mc-
Kittrick, Charles Flynn, Larry Wing,
Dathene Gammon, Phyllis Lonkey,
Pat Cole, Bob Rocha, Virginia Rog-
ers, Louise Hendrix, Betty Hames.
SECOND ROW: Nadine Luster, Patri-
cia Hooven, Iudy Davis, Rosa Lee
Ownbey, Francis Harmon, Dawn
Anker, Bob Charley, Arthur Ham-
mond, Dean Riddle, Lois Haynes.
THIRD ROW: Robert Lloyd, Barbara
Hansen, Walt Haight, Susan Schir-
mann, loe Dutra, Charles Mudford.
Arnie Taggart, Carl May, Don Coul-
ter, Frank Burkhart.
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MR. CARRANCO'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Virginia
Pew, Olive Kuchel, Mariiean Ber-
trand, Dorothy Sousa, Albert Laid-
law, Beverly Iohnson, Perris Pringle.
Doreen Ierniqan, Iune Ford, Sylvina
Iohnnie. SECOND ROW: Don Briggs,
Wendy Wood, Garnet Fleckenstein,
Bob Mittelbach, Don Lee, Eric Ander-
son, Mary Ann Hagen, Arlene Coff-
ron, Iohn Gilchrist, Keith Anderson.
THIRD ROW: Iimmie Vinum, David
Shepherd, Ioel Honer, Bruce Coulter,
Ray Burnett, Frank Henley, Gilbert
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MRS. MARKS' ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Donna
Andrus, Dick Lipscomb, Carol Bab-
cock, Birdie Ruth Carlson, Ardella
Wood. Ronald Iohnson, Ann Evans.
Inez LeRoy, Carol Brendt, Barbara
Kemp, Margaret Burkart, David
Doney. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Marks,
Marilyn May, Bill King, Bill Weik,
Dixie Dawson, Iris Osborne, Harry
Amner, Robert Taylor, Karl Hagen-
busch, Wendell Anderton, William
Dean. THIRD ROW: Shirley Berg-
man, Sharon Parsons, Iames Chottin,
Sharron Murdock, Earl Moranda.
Robert Dellabalma, Bobby Lewis,
William Tuck, Lynn Layton, Ray
MR. SMIT1-I'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Norita
Shettield, Curits Larsen, Wayne
Golden, Frances Byrd, Mildred Bliss.
Jimmie Robinson, Sharron Wilson,
Shelley Brown, Darlene Clifton,
Georgia Severson, Lester Schneitter.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Smith, Manuel
Serra, Susan DeRossett, Elanore
Schmitt, Rosie Sears, Roberta Zum-
mer, Richard Carr, Ioe Spurgeon.
Billy Stonebarger, Alvin Lakey. Iohn
Gier. THIRD ROW: Bill Van Horn,
Walter Butterfield, Bob Crutchfield,
Frank Spaid, Iohn Vieira, Donna
Atkins, Don Peterson, Betty Walton.
Bob Noyes, Harry Strong.
MR. STUDI..EY'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Barbara
Brickey, Clara Silva, Helen Olson,
Pat Bugeniq, Jimmy Taylor, Rex
Woods. Freeman Rhoads, Charles
Hall, Caroline Fisher, Vida Harsh.
Gene Visser, Audrey Smith. SECOND
ROW: Ronald Edwards, Betty I-Iutto,
Wanda Wilcox, Ernest Ghisetti,
Thomas Rogers, Lloyd Peters, George
Henry, Norman Alvis, Shirley Can-
trell, Carol Poli, Frank Leach. THIRD
ROW: Henry Roberts, Sharon Har-
per, Gary Taylor, Ruth Eden, Ray
Dunn, Iudy Osborne, Lloyd Wyckoff,
Carolyn Stacy, Charlie Wilson.
MR. VAN HEI-TS ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Rodney
Fox, Beverly Bearden, Edward Fren-
ette, Dale Williams, Margie Silva,
Billy Taylor, Iackie Nichols. SECOND
ROW: Ted Orput. Sadie Busenius,
Sally Smallwood, Ioanne Beer, Iuan-
ita Ashbrook, Bill Waley, Barbara
Whitfield. Barbara Henry, Thelma
Smith, Io Crump, lohn Hard. THIRD
ROW: Mr. Van Hee, lack Haunstein,
LaVonne Iones. Peggy Wilson, Carl
Carlson, Robert Schwab, Norman
Ward, Paul Ellis. Arthur Van Amber.
and Edward Murphy lr.
MR. SMITI-I'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW, left to right: Perry Hutt,
Elloise Roberts, Eleanor Machado,
Karroll Wright, Roy lones, Kenneth
Weimar, Iohn Young, Ruth Nichols,
Eva Mager, Christine Price. SECOND
ROW: Verne Frazier, Eleanor Pettit,
Larry Lighthill, Connie Macomber.
Marianne McMorrine, Kent Strom-
berg, Darlene Gassaway, Vernon
Walker, Darrell Parsons, Harry Van
Derklis. THIRD ROW: Richard lack-
son, Frances House, lanet Cherry,
Barbara Summers, Barbara Dickey,
Mary Anne Ely, Bob Ellis, Gerald
Rankin, and Ioe Brower.
MR. VAN HEE'S ADVISORY
FIRST ROW. lelt to riqht: Pat Lin-
ville, Gail Enright, Richard Kidder,
Douglas Schuler, Martha Smith, Mrs.
Kohler fstanding in for Mr. Van Heel,
Darlene Anttila, AlIred Brown, Elmer
Alexander, Larry Baldwin, Iackie
Smith. SECOND ROW: Melva Tier-
ney, Inez Tiller, Verna White, Mary
lane Barker, Elsie Thornton, Harry
Iackson, Ralph Haag. Beverly Alden.
Dennis Cleveland, Iohn Borel. Ruth
Babcock, Ioanne Baer. THIRD ROW:
Arthur Shelley. Iianina Evangelisti,
Shirl Winnett. Gilbert Powers. Scott
Winslow, Ierry Snider, Steve Kunsel-
man, Ed Fedder, Don Duler. and
IN MANY ACTIVITIES
Many events of all kinds highlighted the
school year. The pages which follow give recog-
nition to the clubs and organizations which were
responsible for the greater share of the events.
Looking back over the calendar, we recall
many fond memories of the past year. The Choir
and the Band joined hands to sponsor their an-
nual show, "Melody Inn." Members of the Cali-
fornia Scholarship Federation played the part of
teachers for a day and had a grand time at their
Banquet, The Bachelorettes staged their popular
"Dawg Patch Brawl." The Girls' League held
noon time dances and sponsored a very suc-
cessful "Leap Year Dance" besides the annual
Fall and Spring Hi-Iinx. The Excalibur Club
pleased many with their "Christmas Dance"
which featured the crowning of Claire Smedley
as Advance Queen. The Girls' Athletic Associae
tion waged sports warfare and joined hands
with the RAK-Tan Club to stage a "Pajamarino
Dance." The Art Club participated in various art
contests and held a "Masquerade Ball." The
Nadine looks on as Dolores prepares copy.
Assistant Section Editor
Dramatists performed mostly during fifth period
but also took part in the Drama Festival at
Humboldt State College. The Rally Committee
conducted many rallies as warm-up for athletic
contests and played a big part in bringing the
Sportsmanship Banner and Award to Arcata
High. The Future Homemakers of America
attended state functions and held a supper in
the honor of the Future Farmers of America who
were equally active in state and national
The number of activities engaged in and the
variety of activities sponsored testify to the
freedom of action which the administration has
granted to the students on Arcata High in the
interest of a well rounded education. Students
can be thankful for the progressive spirit whict'
guides our administrative leaders.
As the years slip by, may you always remeng
ber the co-operation which we received and thf
good times we shared on cqxrnpus.
Editors check up on set-up in 1951 Advance.
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THE l.V. CHOIR
ln order ro elevate many capable
members ol an ever expanding Cho-
rus, the I.V. Choir was organized
early during the school year.
Tlrrcmeglurprrl the yedr The Choir performed in mdrly places under llre dir: all-.,.r
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The Bcmd, under the qulddrrce el VVOedmw Tl1c,rr1g,:scm, played Lil crtlrlwrle
eyerrls, sclrefrl crssernlrlles, cmd Civlf' Cllllllfil. For llrw llrsl lime, llro Bcmcl lfwl-i 'ill
dcllye pdrl lrl the Cmrrual CllOlT'BUYld Show.
"Melody lrmf' sldqed Mdy Sl cmd April l, epcvrlcvl willr CI llllIlllJC?lL rwevfrlvlrlfr
droumd "Rhapsody irr Blue." The finale presented Cl "Tribute lo Hemlnerqf' Dm
lucy the ll'llE?TllllSSlCIll, the dlrdlerrce wds lrrlreClL1r,:evf,l lo llrfe ylncqlrm wrrilfdrr' 'l
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by former Arcata Hxgh School bands.
BAND AND MAJCDRETTES
FIRST ROW, left to right: Sanda
Brown, head majorette Dona Cur-
ley. Shelly Brown. SECOND ROW:
Ramona Souza, Sara Rodrigues, Rose
Mary Fagundes. and Karen Kresten-
Unable to qualify icr the Choir or the I.V. Choir, the students pictured above
nevertheless sang their hearts out with the Chorus.
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mernbers of the Choirs and the
Chorus joined hands, put on the
auise of carolers, and Sana on tire
Arcata Plaza. The aileriioaii :mfi
evening performances of tiie ffinfg
ers added to the prevaiiiixfi Cfiirirxt-
rnas spirit in Arcata.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Susan Spidell,
Evangelisti, Harlene Littlelield. SECOND
May Borel, Louise Ashbrook, Belly Spini, Dolores
ROW: Barbara Gladwin, Nadine Lozensky, Carlene
Carlson, Miss Carroll, Bonnie Iones, Carol Christian, Peggy Easlburn. THIRD ROW: Shirley
Hunt, Barbara Walter, Roberta Brechbill, Arie Roberts, lane Sherman, Carla Bristlin,
Ianel Beltendorf. Missing: Pa! Brown.
Bacheloreites prepare dance decorations-wand iniiiate new members
FIRST ROW, left to right: Nadine Lozensky, Dolores Evanqelisti, Carlene Carlson. SECOND
ROW: lane Sherman. Charlene Schunk, Carla Bristlin. and Rose Feuerwerker.
Girls' League is arte al the largest rgrgariizatitzris at Arcata High. lt is cam
pased at every girl enrolled iri school.
Rerriiriisciiiii river the past years activities, we recall the Big Sister party
when each Freshrriari girl arid each riew girl was assigned a "Big Sister."
Pear "Big Sister" had two or three little sisters iri tow diie to the avertlow at fresh
rrieri arid riew girls.
We rerrierriher the Fall Hiflirix with "Crazy Hats" as the theme. A glance at the
riext page will rerizirid vcii at tlie rrxariv laricv creatiaris which appeared air the
scerie. lNe cari't target the Spririg Hi-lirix with the therrie at "Little Kids Partvug de
veil recallect haw the gals carrie dressed iri shert dresses cmd hig hows?
A wartliy project was the Christmas drive ta secure food arid clothing tar
rieedv tarriilies, Ev-eryarie ceritributed gerierauslv arid helped to provide a hap-
rier Christrrias lar several tarriilies.
FIRST ROW. lelt to riqht: Beverly
Iohnson, Margie Silva, Ann Evans,
May Bell Morin, Inez Tiller, Iune
Brown, Ann Turpen, Kathleen Ham-
block, Syble Bagley. SECOND ROW:
Doris Baxter, Ianet Tinto, Gayle
Allen, Bonnie Iones. Sandie Merrill,
Betty Spini, Shirley Luster. THIRD
ROW: Mary Lee Stronqberq, Lois
Haynes, Donna Atkins, Arte Roberts.
Karen Paulsen, Mrs. Marks, and
. Ruth Everett.
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New hat stylus appeared at Girls' League Hi-Iinx
The Noon Dances were fun but no dance was more popular or successful than
the "Leap Year Dance."
How could we forget the annual "Mothers Tea" which always features those
dainty little sandwiches? Wasn't it lun?
Girls' League had a very full year under the guidance of Dolores Evanqelrstt
President, and Mrs. Miriam Marks, Advisor.
Rose Feuerwerker, Carla Brisilin, and Dolores Evanqelisli smile
over gifts lor families
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Iuell Davis, Iune Brown, Mary Cole, Betty Larsen, Mrs Barte's
Dolores Corning, Evelyn Feilding, Rose Feuerwerker, Betty Huqqins, Gerry Hugelskcmp
Shirley Ennes. SECOND ROW: Helen Wymore, Ann Hitt, and Kay Besecker
The G. A. A., advised hy Miss Evelyn Feilding, enjoyed another lzusy year
under the direction ot Dolores Corning and l-lelen Wymore, lirst and second
An important event was the initiation oi the G. A. A. "BaC5QY Bags," the new
members ot the organization. The annual Volleyball Tournament featured the
usual tough competition and went to the team captaizred hy Ann l-litt. A play-
day with Portuna's girl athletes met with success as did a loaskethalt banquet in
the honor ot the Tiger hcopsters and a Sports Cavalcade conducted tcr all inf
terested students. ln cooperation wtilr the R-K-Tan, the G. A. A. sponsored a
"Paiamarino," the tirst one in years.
The G. A, A. also changed their menrhership rules. To join, a girl must now
submit a petition indicating that she has earned GOO athletic points, that she has
oiticiated at various games and that she participates in an individual sport.
G.A.A, Volleyball Champs. lnitiClleS-
FIRST ROW, leit to right: Mariiean Bertrand, Dathene Gammon, Sadie Busenius Ioann
Beer, Iackie Nichols, Faye Norherry, Martha Smith. SECOND ROW: Larry Ford Ca
Carlson, Dawn Anker, Charlotte Hard, Ianet Tinto, Wanda Wilcox, Carol Poif Merl
Oppenheimer. THIRD ROW: LeRoy Rakestraw, Clarence Enos, Arthur Shelly John Smit
Shirley Hunt, Ruth Everett, and Betty Larsen.
The Art Cluh was very active this year under the leadership of Larry Ford,
first sernester and Charlotte Hard, secznd sernester president.
The Masquerade Ball was the lziahliaht of the Art Clurfs varicius activities.
Chosen because of their costunies, Beverly Bearden and lohn Hansen reigned
over the gala affair.
The club also sponsored a school-wide art contest and exhibit with pins ana
awards qoinq to the winners. Another activity was takina motion pictures ci
athletic contests and campus doinas.
The outstanding Senior art award was aiven to Lewis Gist.
There's always plenty to do in the Art Department.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Flemming, Robert Rocha, Domingo Santos. SECOND ROW: Gene Visser, Ernest
Ghisetti, Richard Carr, Manuel Serra, Iohn Avila, Dick Harris, Richard Martin. THIRD ROW: Iim Barnes, Bob
Sutton. George Henry, Ed Olson, Wendell Anderton, Robert Schwab. FOURTH ROW: Carleton Timmons Don
McCall, Don Leen, Ivan Muessig, Walter Christian, Irvin Vieira, Don Perry, Joe Dutra. FIFTH ROW: Mr. Par-
sons, Richard Hunt, Harold Fisher, Don Hoover, Harry Stronq, Robert Dellabalma, Eddie Anderson, and
The Future Fciriiiceis Had ci very sticcessttii ycdr. The boys edriied clriougii
ziingiiey by seiiiriq their IIICIQUZUYS "The Farm" Grid by doiriq Custom idrriiiriq tc
:ity fi new tractor. iii tire Cfztirity PPA. PCIIiiCIIl1GI'liCII'y' Procedurc Contest,
Aifguttrs repioseiitdtioii l.,iClCGd second.
The boys crlfsci had cr iptisy yedr. A dispiidy itOOii1 wds set up dt the P. G. CS E.
critics dtliiiiq the F.P..f-X. week. Mdiiy iiiemtzers participated in tiie PPA. basket'
ivcrii ledqiie. Everyone was Ori tidrid for the diiizudi parent-sort banquet Gi D0w's
Prr1iIiQGIciriqO.Severdl delegates citteiidfd the State cmd Ndtidiifil Coitveiitioim.
Future Farmers buy tractor, test milk, tinker with everything!
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Souza, Sadie Busenius, Iackie Nichols, Melva Tierney, Dathene Gammon. SECOND ROW
Bonnie Vincent, Mariiean Bertrand, Ioanne Beer, Beverly Bearden, Betty Faulkner, Marie
Ulmer, Rose Haqopian, Wilda LaRue, Vena Cureton, Thelma Iones. Margaret Burkart
THIRD ROW: loanne Baer, Elanore Schmitt, Kathleen Hamblock, Mrs. Kohler, Ruth Babcock
Frances House, Nancy McCormick, Frances Bundy, luno Woodside, Barbara Summers
and Betty Walton
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in this case editor Pat Brown. are.
left to right, Richard larboe. pho-
tographer: Hose I-'euei-werker. as-
sistant editor: Mev"e Oppenheimer,
understudy and art editor: and
George Studley, yearbook advisor.
. . Tl-IE ADVANCE
"Bigger and Better Than Ever" was the goal of the editorial staff when they
planned the l952 Advance. This goal seems to have been reached under the
leadership of Pat Brown, editor, and George Studley, faculty advisor.
Work on the yearbook was initiated in the Spring of 1951 and many changes
were made before the dummy was finally submitted to Mr. Ozias of Lederer,
Street, and Zeus. ln spite of the high cost of the book, the staff went into produc-
tion confident that both ends could be met. The road was rough but all obstacles
ln striving for a bigger and better Advance, Pat Brown sought to include
greater coverage for each organization, especially in pictures. This was accom-
plished thanks to the cooperation of Redwood Studios and Mr. Iarboe.
Running her staff democratically, Pat Brown called for a Vote on the subject
of the cover, the staff voted for the new cover which was designed by Elsie
Nelson, a former Arcata student.
Many played a part in the production of the Advance, including Spencer
Graham, lanet Tinto, Charlotte Hard, and Donna Chezem who submitted ideas
for the division pages which were eventually drawn by Mel Monda under the
supervision of Merle Oppenheimer.
CaroiChr1st1an and Betty Hendriksen check pictures ior the Student teacher Virginia Schaeffer checks on work ot Merle Op
1952 Advance. penheimer and Mel Monda
Hurlene Littlefield, left, second se-
mester editor of the Pepperbox, and
Carol Christian, first semester edi
tor, have a smile tor the photogra
pher in spite oi publication prob-
. THE PEPPERBGX
The Pepperleox, the hifrrrortthly school rtewspdper, still lids room ter improve-
rrierrt lgut lids rridde strides tcrwizrd under fiditcirs CNf,ITCl Cliristidrt Grid l'lGI'.f?l"lG
'lille stuff lids strived to pttlzlrsn f.1E,,f1ffGI which w:pttldp,1e:1se the lllCIjUlllY mid
will continue to do so. Tlte purpose Qt the paper strll rezrtdins "Tc promote pep
The Pepperlicx is printed liy time ATCCIYI Uztifitt, Qwried and CDffTfIiGfi by Mr,
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l95l Award Assernbfy
M1951 AWARD ASSEMBLY
At the annual Award Assernhly held on the last day of school in l9ol,
Blanche Evans and Bill Boaers won the highest honors awarded annually at
Arcata High School. Mr. Allan Hain, then Mayor and a member of the faculty,
presented Blanche and Bill with white sweaters, the eniltlern of outstanding work
in all phases of school life,
lackie Arnhrosini was voted the "All Around Girl" hy the cyirls of Arcata High
School and was presented with the Girls' League Shield hy Mrs. Miriam Marks.
The Shield hanqs in the main hall and bears the nanie of each annual winner.
Blanche Evans and Darlene Peterson won awards in Vocational Arts and
Liberal Arts, respectively, Blanche and Darlene were presented with Gold Cups
hy Mr. Ernest Strornherq, President of the Arcata Branch of the Banlc of Arnerica.
Qther students were presented with honors of various kinds at the Award
Assernhly, which was closed hy Mr. Sorern, after outgoing officers Dean Meyer
and lackie Arnlirosini swore in incorninq officers lerry Chaprnan and Bose Feuer-
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. . AWABDS
At the l95U-Si Award Assembly, the following Sophomore students received
Block A's: Iere Buck, Clyde Eiler, Ann Hitt, Shirley Ennes, Kay Besecker, Betty
Circle A's: Bert Evans, Les Holgersen, Gerald Davies, Darrel Lewis, Alan
Hendrickson, Emery Eranzen, Carla Bristlin, Ann Hitt.
The ioliowing Iuniors received awards:
Block A's: Doug Bates, Pete Haynes, Dale Cfipson, Bob Bristiin, Mel Qliver,
Don Pleclcenstein, Torn Beseclcer, Warren Sweet, Bill Dowling, Bob Spaletta,
Trudy Van Metre, Tune Brown, Betty Spini, Dolores Corning, Betty Huggins.
Circle A's: limrny Ivy, Peter Haynes, Gerry Hagelslcamp, Bose Eeuerwerlcer,
Boberta Brechbill, Dolores Evangelisti.
The iollowing Seniors received awards:
Block A's: Kenny Mote, Bob Lingertelt, Ernest Noble, Tack Wallace, Bill Chrisf
tian, Terry Spellenberg, Ioyce Ames, Helen West, Dolores Carvalho, Pearl Smith,
Doris Bayner, To Ann lacobson.
Circle A's: Elsie Nelson, Betty Suchanek, Vera Mathews, Ioan Ploclchart,
Ianice Sutter, Doris Bayner, Betty Reynolds, Sally Mager, Ioyce Ames, Diane
Goodrich, Bernie lohnson, Peter Loauet, De-an Meyer, Bill Bogers, Boland Bundy,
Bob Lingertelt, Nolen Phillips, Mike Bray, Iaclcie Beshears.
Tiger A awards went to the ioiiowing students:
Iaclcie Ambrosini, Marlene Patenaude, Elsie Nelson, Sally Mager, Dolores
Carvalho, Bill Rogers, A1 Deniz, Crvis Box, Kenny Mote and Mel Woodard.
The white sweater awards went to Blanche Evans and Bill Bogers.
The Girls' League Shield was awarded to Iaclcie Arnbrosini.
. . TICERS GRCWL
ln this year's Advance, the sports statt has tried to bring the ideal sports
section to the students ot Arcata High. You will note that we have increased the
number ot pages devoted to sports and that we have made the section more ins
clusive. Baseball and track have received more attention than at any time in the
past. Football and basketball have been well covered as the pages ot action
shots will testify.
Our thanks go to the coaches who cooperated with us and to Mr. larboe who
was always willing and ready to abide by our picture schedule. -
All ot us tried to be tair in dealing with the Tiger athletes but we did con-
centrate on Seniors since they will not be with us next year. Those Seniors who
have tought under the orange and black banner tor the last time are Bob Bristlin,
Pete Haynes, Bomas LaRue, Don Vanni, Doug Bates, Tom Besecker, Bill Dowling,
Pete Linden, Marvin Burton, Ierry Chapman, lim Clarstrom, Dave DeVine, Gary
Hunter, Les Headrick, Art Miller, lerry Thomas, Gurnie Noah, Emil Yurdana,
Ernest Noble, Frank Santos, Max Flockhart, Conrad Lahr, Bill Peugh, lim Phillips,
Warren Sweet, Mervin Sweet, Mel Oliver and Bob Spaletta.
These athletes tought hard and well tor Arcata High in spite ot many handi-
caps. ln the not too distant future, Arcata's athletes will have a new football
stadium, their own track, and their own baseball diamond but the above graclu'
ating athletes had to be content with many road games and inadequate practice
tacilities except when they were able to secure use ot Humboldt State Colleges
tields. The hoopsters, however, did have the use ot a grand new gym tor the
tirst time in years.
To all departing Seniors we wish the very best ot luck in business, in
or on the athletic tield. We hope they come back on campus from time
perhaps to take part in some alumni game such as we sponsored lor
time this year.
Larry Ford asks Richard's opinion on photographs of Richard Haines and assistant Bob .Brist1in plan lay out for the
Tiger football games. sports section.
Arcata High can well be proud ol the rnen who are ir.
charge of the boys' physical education and sports departs
rnent. Edwin Cliveira, Mel Klein, and lint Cady were all
star athletes rn high school and college and are still napa'
ble perlorrners as they dernonsirated in the basketball
doubleheader sponsored by the 1952 Advance stall.
Ed Oliveira, who tools over as :read coach at the start
ol the year, is well qualified ior his iolo. He was ar. all
around athlete at Arcata High and at Hurrzboldt State Cel-
lege and is a regular rnernber of the ii' 'i 'J' nero ' f'
ball learn and the Humboldt Crab baseball crganizatior..
Furthermore, Oliveira graduated both lrorn high school
and college with honors.
Mel Klein lettered in football, frack, gyrrinatms, fizra
swimming while in high school and repeated while wfrke
ing towards his degree at Humboldt State College. Klein
also pertorrns with the Eon Boniere quintet and along with
Cliveira was arnong the five 'top athletes at Humboldt State.
lirn Cady was a lourfsrraf f' l1'e'? while he ct ended
Arcata High. He was also a leading scholar and served as
student body president. For a period he coaoired traok r tif
he now concentrates on physical education.
As head coach, Qliveira handles the football tearn, the
A basketball tearn, and the baseball tearrr. Klein assists in
football, coaches the B hoopsters, and preps the cinderrtien
and the turnblers.
IIM CADY MEL KLEIN
Physical Education Instructor ASSiS1Clht COCICTI
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The 1952 football team works hard under the watchful eyes of coaches Oliveira and Klein.
The Tiqers had hiqh hopes after downing Fern-
dale l20 in the annual lainhoree but were
forced to give up any notions of an undefeated
season when Fort Bragg trounced thern 250 in
their first full length qarne of the season.
The orange and black gridders opened their
C.l.l7. coinpetition the following week against
Fortuna, the eventual l95l-52 chanipions. The
contest was a thriller and the Tigers gave the
Huskies a real scare before losing 28-25.
The Arcatans hrouqht their average up with a
250 win over Uliiah and a 7-6 victory over Fern-
Coaches Oliveira and Klein introduce new plays to Tiger first str
dale before heina upset 20fl3 lzy Hoopa.
The Tigers wound up their season in a hlazr
of qlory. Playing at honie for the first time
Coach Qliveira's eleven plowed throuqh arch
rival Eureka 26-7 and through Del Norte 25-l3.
Ten aridders received All-County honors. lerrv
Chapman was selected at center on the tirst
team. Bill Dowling, lint Clarstrorzi, and Torn Bee,
eclcer rnade the second tearn. Gary Hunter, Don
Hampton, Len Necochea, Darcl Foster, Doug
Bates, and Drzn Vanni received lionoiralrlc inert-
inqers. Football managers, Danny Trump, Frank
Spaid, and Richard Haines, apply first
aid to Bob Bristlin.
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The Tiger hoop teams wound up at both ends of the ladder. The
A's couldn't take the measure of champion Fortuna but nudged Del
Norte for second place. The B's, riddled by promotions and loaded
with inexperience, ended the season in the cellar. The A's won 9 and
lost 3, while the B's won l and lost ll.
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Girls Sports Editor
The girls at Arcata High School have an opportunity to participate in a rather
unique sports program. Developed by Miss Evelyn Feilding, the program caters
to all girls who love sports, team or individual, and culminates in Class cham-
pions, lnterperiod champions, lndividual champions, and stripe awards. The
program has always fostered keen competition and good sportsmanshipg this
year was no exception.
Some of the girls who participated during l95l-52 can be seen on the tal'
lowing pages. Perhaps the most talented and capable girl athletes were juniors.
This was a bitter pill tor the seniors to swallow but they did have their stars.
Dolores Corning, Gerry Hagelskamp, luell Davis, june Brown, Betty Spini, Betty
Huggins, Pat Larsen, Helen Wyrnore, Mary Cole, Bose Feuerwerker, and Boberta
Brechbill all won their fourth stripe.
ln conjunction with their sports program, the girls spent a great deal ot
time on Atomic Bomb and First Aid instruction. As always, posture training
played an important part during the regular gym classes. During the year several
prospective teachers from Humboldt State College sent the girls through posture
calisthenics such as walking, running, jumping, standing straight, and various
Prom the beginning of the year to the end the girls were busy with some
sport or other. Speaking tor myself, l certainly enjoyed the part l played in our
sports programp and l surely enjoyed being able to play in the new gym.
ln closing these few remarks l'd like to do two things. First, extend thanks tc
Miss Feilding and Mr, larboe tor their cooperation with the details involved in
preparing this section ot the Advance. Secondly, wish all the graduating girls
the very best oi luck in the years to come.
Iris Hagan prepares sports section copy while Rose Feuerwerker Iris und Rose discuss lay-out for girls
lends moral support. individual pictures.
. . . MISS EVELYN FEILDING
Miss ljeilding carrie to Arcata Union High School eight'
een years ago. During the years which have passed, she
has built up an excellent physical education and sports
program for girls and has become one of the favorite teach
ers on campus.
Attending Tulare High in the San loaauin Valley, Miss
Feilding was an outstanding athlete and won the highest
award granted by that school, the "Star."
ln preparing to becorrie a teacher, Miss ileilding attended
Humboldt State College where she received her A.B. de-
gree and her special P.B. credential. Later she did some
additional physical education work at the University of
California at Los Angeles. Wliile at H.S,C., Miss ljeildinrg
won the "Sweater Award."
Qne of the most thrilling events which has happened
since she was assigned to Arcata High was the cornrple'
tion of the new gyrnnasiurn. Anyone acquainted with the
old gym knows how desperately we needed a new physi-
cal education plant and can well imagine how a sports
enthusiast such as Miss Peildirig felt when the new gyni
was finally opened for business.
Miss Feilding is always striving to irriprove her prograrxz
for girls. Next year archery will be added and is bound
to attract much attention.
ln an interview, Miss Feilding stated that she liked de-
pendable girls and good sports. She also remarked that
she greatly admired the perseverance of the seniors who
fought all the way throughout the school year in spite of
the odds against them.
. . MRS. ERMA BARTELS
Mrs. Bartels was born in Bakersfield, California. She at
tended Kern County Union High School, Bakersfield lunior
College, and the University of California at Berkeley before
receiving her A.B. degree. She obtained her General Secf
cndary Teaching cedential from the College of the Pacific
where she rnaiored in lournalisrn and minored in Political
Mrs. Bartels taught at Ceres High and Escalon High ize-
fore coming to Arcata High at the start of the l95UA5l school
year, Last year she taught Freshman Crientation besides
assisting Miss Peilding in the Physical Education Departf
ment but this year she has concentrated all her time in the
Married four years ago, Mrs. Bartels has a two-year-old
daughter, Fishing and hunting are a lot of fun and are a
pastime she shares with Mr. Bartels. Both enjoy the outa
When asked how she liked our campus, our students,
and our faculty, Mrs. Bartels stated that she likes the atmos-
phere which prevails. She added that the Bartels family
enioys living in Arcata and intends to remain here per-
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The Iunior Speedball team, captained by Ianet Tinto, smiles for the cameraman alter
winning the Inter-Class Speedball Tournament
The Iunior Volleyball team, captained by Virginia Hounds. appears to be tired alter
winning the Inter-Class Volleyball Tournament.
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The teams pictured above competed for the class basketball championship. TOP, left to right: Freshman and
Sophomore tzams. BOTTOM: Iunior and Senior teams.
The teams shown below were listed as possible contenders in the Softball race. TOP, left to right: Freshman
and Sophomore teams. BOTTOM: Iunior and Senior teams.
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This team, captained by Rose Feuer-
werker, took second place in the
interperiod speedball tournament.
They represented Fourth period.
Helen Wymore's team. representing
Fourth period, took second place in
the interperiod volleyball tourna-
This Filth period basketball team.
captained by Betty Larsen, took sec-
ond place in the interperiod basket-
These girls were considered all-
around sportsters in the interperiod
games. They deserve recognition tor
their playing ability. They are in
Miss Feilding's classes.
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wds CffjGI'tiZGd this yeczr Utter IIICIIEY
semesters of pifiririirri.
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BUSINESS STAFF THANKS SUPPQBTEBS
As Business Manager for the 1952 Advance,
Iwould like to thank all the people and students
who helped finance our yearbook. I especially
wish to thank the merchants and business peo-
ple of Humboldt County who were very gener-
ous through the medium of the ad subscriptions
which fill the following pages.
In setting up our ad section, we adopted a
new idea, that of using picture ads. We tried to
get pictures of students who worked at the places
of business and others who were patronizing the
merchants. We felt this would create more inter-
est in the ad section of the book. Mr. larboe took
the pictures for the ads.
Under the direction of Mr. Walker, a complete
new bookkeeping system was set up which put
the book on a business-like basis.
This year the staff faced quite a problem and
that was the financing of the book. As a result,
we had to resort to various schemes in order to
Gerry Hagelskamp sells another ADVANCE.
raise the 54,500 necessary to publish the book.
Among these schemes was the sponsoring of
an Advance Queen Contest. Votes were a penny
each. A Noon Dance, a popcorn sale, and a
talent show were some of the activities used to
raise votes for the candidates. The Queen candi-
dates also helped their own cause by selling
copies of the 1952 Advance. Claire Smedley was
crowned Queen at the Christmas dance.
Another fund-raising activity was a basket-
ball double-header involving Arcata and Eu-
reka. The contests matched Arcata's Faculty
and Alumni against Eureka's quintets. Incident-
ally, Arcata won both games. The staff also
earned a little money by handling the conces-
sion stand at the games.
Members of my staff were Iona McGriff, Helen
Wymore, Iune Brown, Madonna Keefauver,
Mary Cole, Syble Bagley, Iris Hagen, Betty
Hendriksen, Dolores Corning, Merle Qppen-
heimer and Richard Haines.
Pat Brown points out deadline time to Robert Walker,
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the :me being zucdelaid by Pat
Brown . . . 3. The AHCATA
UNICN serves Arzate cmd offers
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Tffllililll Turner, Lureu Abbcrr,
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Fincher, fefliures tive tops m
7111111629 . . . 7. BLEDSQES 21413 thff
sgmevtiriq Card desired by Tune
3T'J'N'Il . . . 8.T:1f3 VARSITY is cx
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l. CHARLIE BUGENIGS MOBIL-
GAS STATION otters top service
to you and your car . . . 2. The
WATER COOLING EOUIPMENT
COMPANY, located at 9th and
L, is one ot Arcata High's many
industrial friends . . . 3. ADAMS
TIRE SHOP can tix your tlats in
a hurry . . . 4. The CALIFORNIA
EABRICATOR COMPANY pro-
duces guality lumber products
. . . 5. HUTCHIN'S GROCERY
STORE has everything includ-
ing ice cream tor Wendy Wood,
Barbara Hensel, and Sharon
Parsons . . . 6. MABLE'S should
be your choice it you desire
modern hairstyling . . .7. KREAM
KUPP DAIRY will deliver quality
milk to your home . . . 8. The
NOTE SHOP is loaded with the
sheet music desired by Pat Nel-
son and Virginia Rounds . . .
9. SMITTY'S SERVICE STATION
turntshes Union Oil and service
by Iames Palmer, long-time
friend ot Arcata High. . . IO. The
NORTH TOWN 5 G IO carries all
kinds ot school supplies.
NED'S MENS WEAR
. . . Ned has a classy store on the
Plaza and attracts boys and men
who wisb to dress well. Here
lere Buck loolcs tor a pair ot
. . , HCIDDY Hill is set up to serve
everybody in Arcata. Here lon
Bertrand attempts to sell Dolores
Haeaer a nice sliirt.
. . . Forest Water's oiters a com-
plete sport center tor Arcatans.
Everything tor the sports-minded
male can be found on tlie
. . . Located on tlie Blue Lake
road, the Reitz Lumber Corri-
pariy produces many board teet
ot lumber annually and is al-
ways ready to aid any educa-
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WALKER AND SONS
. . . Walker and Sons do a great
deal of lunilser trucking along
the Redwood Ernpire. Pictured
here is a part of their larqe tleet
ol loqqinq trucks.
. . . Manaqed lsy Dolly Handley,
Redwood Studios are on call for
conirnercial and industrial pho-
tography. Many of the pictures
in the l952 Advance were taken
and processed by Redwood
N YGARD AND
. . . Records are stacked a mile
hiah at Nyaard and Green.
Vtfhen you drop in lor your favor-
ite, Marian Martin and Kay
Rolperts will help you iind satis-
. . . Chilton's is a swell place to
fro for a snack. Here Frank Chil-
ton pitches in to make certain
that all's on the up and up he-
hind the counter.
. . .One ofthe mony outornotive
pdrts to he found on stock dt
Cooper Auto Ports is heinq disf
cussed in this photo. Drop in for
results ond friendly service,
. . . The Wliirl-l-Giq is CI qrond
ploce to pouse dt noon, ofter
school, or ofter qdmes. Vero
lvfothews, Arcoto qrod, will he
one of those to service you with
. . . lvfunnell ond Sherrill deol in
choin sows ond lumbering
equipment and ore olwdys onx-
ious to help Arcoto High stuf
. . . At Allen ond f-lensel's you'll
find hdrdwore, Fuller points,
plumbing ond electricol sup-
plies, fine Chind ond mony qift
items. lf you wish to sdve some
steps, coll Arcoto 678.
av Qgi.-i.-,Q Q. . '
TON E 'S
. . . Ione's Variety Store has at-
tracted many Arcatans since it
was remodeled and restocked.
Youngsters and grown-ups alike
head for Ione's Variety Store to
satisfy their needs. Here Iohn
Davis makes a purchase at the
handy H Street store.
. . . Located in Korbel, the North-
ern Redwood Lumber Company
has one ot the biggest fir and
redwood lumber plants in the
area. The organization always
extends congratulations to Ar-
cata High's graduating seniors.
BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952
Casualty o Marine o Fire
Automobile o Compensation
The Best in All Kinds oflnsurance
. . . The Sequoia Grocery, owned
by Evert Eeekes, takes pride in
courteous service. Clarence En-
nes, Bob Stephen, and Lewis
Gist work part-time at the Se-
quoia. Here Lewis prepares to
carry out a purchase which
Evert has checked.
.. .The Durable Fir Lumber Com-
pany produces top quality fir
lumber and is an important or-
ganization in the Redwood Em-
pire. Shown here is a part of
their plant located off highway
lOl in Arcata. Durable Eir Com-
pany always extends best
wishes to Arcata's graduating
. . . Arcata Freight and Express
offers general trucking far and
near. Shown here is a portion of
the fleet ol trucks used by the or-
ganization managed by G. W.
Hutchins and I. E. Costa. For
service you can call Arcata 67.
Distinctive Furniture o Appliances o Radios
Popular and Classic Records o Refrigerators
MAGNAVOX RADIO PHONOGRAPHS
Easy Prices -- Terms
854 Ninth Tel. I64 Arcata
T. P. TIRE SERVICE
You Have Tried the Rest - Now Try the Best
Ouality Recappinq and Repairing
No Finer Recapping at Any Price
Truck Tires Our Specialty - New and Used Tires
See Us First for Reasonable Prices -All Work Guaranteed
C. L. POFF P. O. Box 368 L. A. POFF
One Mile North of Arcata on lOl
Residence Phone 65-I-I Shop Phone: 260-R
THE PACIFIC LUMBER
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Wholesale and Retail
Mill and Yards at Scotia and Eureka
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CALIFORNIA WOOLEN MILLS
REDWOOD APPLIANCE COMPANY
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GLENN ESSEX STORE
DOLES REALTY AND ENGINEERING
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SIQHOIGGS Ime Parts cmd ACCGSSOTICS
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