Ukiah High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Ukiah, CA)

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UKIAHI 1945 Published by of Ukloh Unlon Hugh School the Student Body DEDICATION X I lI11lllll' slx,htpr0ll1plU.llh19 Llulxu mon Xlr C huslll xx llkllljw clnxxn lhL stnrxx IV lftnr sdxool lllkxng to om 1 our llun x rcturmd xntcrm 1 Lollngu xuulmt sought Ill fI'Il.I1llShlpbV our llumm I trulx gn It tcm IIIOINII for hm cxullcnt tmahmg 1nd trumng lll our ulxool Hls llllLlLI'SllIlLllIlg md mtcrut lil our xxc.H1rL mould not lx mom Lloquultly told WL ll lust Sly Here s To You Mr. Chessall . 'A ' .1 Y x '. ' "1 A Z . . f .A . ' I V . I 1 ' .1 1 A x X. . 1 . ' . 11' 4 mihg - - '- 4 ,Q ' ' '. ' .21 lxusincssmnn. VVC lvclicvc the fact that hc is contimmllx' - x x 1 x . .' ' K- 8-1 V. I CLASSES FRESHMEN Class History The Class of '48 started its long climb toward graduation on September 18, 1944. The following Friday we were beautifully initiated-according to the Sopho- mores, Iuniors, and Seniors. The Freshmen thought otherwise, but we soon had the egg out of our hair and the lipstick off our faces. The Student Body gave us a reception dance the same night. When we walked into the gym, play pens and baby buggies caught our eye. The decoration we'll remember longest is the greeting, "Welcome, Frosh", hanging from the ceiling on diapers. The Freshmen Class gave a Christmas dance on December 8, 1944. Our decora- tions were all-out for Christmas and winter. A large, red bell was placed at the top of the gym ceiling. A snowman standing in one corner helped greatly in giving a wintry atmosphere. The orchestra, the decorations, and the good humor of the Ukiah High students all added up to a successful dance. The Class of '48 give thanks to the students and faculty of Ukiah High for making our Freshman year one so happy to remember. rL-RJ: Represen tad Ur' OFFICERS RONNIE WARD, Dvmwll fonmntlzr IUNF, WATKINS, T1'c't1.ruru ERNIE PIFFERO, Prc'xfdc'nl GEORGE WILDHERGER V114 P14 mfr nt LOU ANN BELL, Student Council Not pictured: AUDRIQY BROWN Srcnltuy N yn up ""l' QQ A, x .WN ,it ,, +110 QW xl vffwx Q Q A irlNv',,lA56z, hi Q. mbsf px a :Q ' x ,ww ,A ..:4.....,....,,.a,r,, fx-X eff: I lx, 'via f Q 1 ' x Zz 22 FRESHMAN CLASS X 1 1 1 1 Ill!! 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X W F A Q S ., is 1 Q K NS wi' SOPHOMORES Class History The Class of '47 began the school year by electing Bill Rainwater, President: Ted Eriksen, Vice President: Iack German, Secretary: Bob Russell. Treasurer: Rodney Pence, Demerit Representativeg and Hugh Preston, Student Council Representative. At the end of the second week of school, we gave the freshmen their annual initiation-much to the freshmen's dislike: but the happiness of the sophomores was supreme. On the night ofthe initiation day we gave a reception dance for the freshmen in the gymnasium with baby diapers and baby cribs for decoration. On November third, the Sophomore Class gave their annual dance. which was ll barn dance: and it enabled everyone who attended to let his hair down and have a good time. The gym was gaily decorated with enormous orange pumpkins and pale yellow cornstalks. The music was by Wes Greott and his band. Everyone agreed the Sophomore Class had made a big affair with their annual contribu- tions tothe social life ofthe school. At the beginning of the second semester, the sophomores elected new officers. They were as follows: Ted Eriksen, President: Ioyce Caya, Vice President: Margaret Burt, Secretary: Shirley Freese, Treasurer: Iean Winkler, Demerit Rcprescntitne ind can Icflries Student Council Representative. OFFICERS Front row KL-RI: R. PENCE, Dem. Rep. lst. Sem.: I. WINK- LHR, Dem. Com. Rep. 2nd Sem.: I. CAYA, Y. P. 2nd Sec.: M. HURT, Sec't. Ind Sem.: FREESE, Treas.. 2nd Sem. Back ron' IL-RI: T. ERlKSEN, V.P.. lst Sem. and Pres. 2nd Sem.: H. PRESTON, St. Council Rep. lst Sem.: li. RAINWATER, Pres. lst Sem.: li. RUSSELL. Treas. lst Sem.: I. GERMAN. Sec't. lst Sem. Not pictured, IEAN IEF- FRIES, St. Council Rep. 2nd Sem. SOPHOMORE CLASS r ll! I I IIN Ilk r I I I rl L I I X ISI! 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We were aided through the exhausting paths of lower division by our presi- dent, lay Lee Smith. Our entry as juniors was shadowed by the loss of Frances Robuson, a member of the Scholarship Federation and the possessor of the most likeable personality in the class. Her death was closely followed by the death of Beverly Lake, the class artist and friend. Despite these early heartbreaks we rallied to great heights for our Iunior Prom. The decorations were set to a Spanish Garden theme complete with "Moonlight and Roses." We thank Carl Sprecklesen for leading us through this year of trials and triumphs as we look eagerly on to the year ahead. KL-RQ: HA IIM GARAVENTA, Demult FONZNZIUCC Rcprescnml1'ue Rc'prz'5c'l1Zat1'vc' OFFICFRS CHUCK PITTMAN, ljlild Plc ldlllf CARL SPRECKFLSEN Pie Ida nt MARY ANGELO, Sl'l'I'L'IllIy V1RC'1N1 AX C'1LL T i'c-r 1.11111 EDDIE Mc1NERNliY, Stud: nt Comm! 5 -fx x X. . 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Spear-headed by the deadly accuracy of Hogan, Graziano, and Barra, and hacked up by the stellar guarding and shooting of German and Preston, the Bs developed into a well-coordinated, closely-knit quintet. Showing promise for next year's"'5"were Beasley,Chase,Russell,and Coleman. "A" Basketball Team fl.-IU: Coaeh Chandler, lack Vllinkler, George Allen, lliek Zimmerman, Carl Spreekelsen, Chuck Pittman, liean Nlowak, llenry Carxini, lioh Yalentini, Chuck llarra, Iohn Myers, .Xrt Campbell, Holding the liall, Carlton Cihlws Nor I'ir'rnr1'1l.' llill llrumhaek, Dale 'l'atman, Ray l.ogsdon -----'--- "B" Basketball Team f1,lc1f J"--yr row: lack German, Pete Barra. loe Craziano, llonald l logan, lf. hlellrew, lletros l.olonis Sl'r'0llIf1'fIll'f llugh Preston, lloh Russell, llill Coleman, Neil Beasley Not Pictured: lloh Chase "C" Basketball Team Q LYRI' Nelson Redding, Donald Cromwell. 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