Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)

 - Class of 1950

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Francis Moore Lu Velle Parsons luck Paul Wayne Robinson Elizabeth Slack Harry Stoddard Eleanor Trunk Walter N Wood BETTER GCVERNMENT ' -W ' Herman Parton doesn't seem particu- larly interested in the movie LaVelle Par- sons is showing his agriculture group, but in this locality such occupational instruc- tion is most beneficial . . . lack Paul Watches as his capacity typing class members con- centrate on a typing exercise. Mr. Paul also teaches business law and business Eng- lish . . . Freshmen are intently watching an experiment in Wayne Robinson's general science course. This subject acquaints stu- dents with the fundamental aspects of science. Truly a work of art is the blackboard sketch of the Bastille being drawn by Ker- mith 'Wheeler and Ronald Crain tor Mrs. Stack and her Sophomore English class . . Dean Meyer and I. C. Byrd receive "Coach" Harry Stoddard's advice in Woodwork. "Coach" has the use of modern machinery to help him instruct Wood-work students . . . This interesting picture shows W alter Wood happily directing a musical instrument group comprised mainly ot Freslfrnen. Mr. Wood is also the band and orchestra in- structor.

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Franny Moore-Humboldt State College, AB, 1939-Navy enlisted man twenty- nine months, Lieutenant two years-holds place-kick record at Humboldt Statew athletic coach since l937-eteaches physical education . . . La Velle Parsons- Utah State Agricultural College, BS, l93lWFiFA adviserflikes to sing balladse- teaches agriculture-taught at Milford, Utah, for seven years before coming to Arcata High School . . . lack Paul-Upper iowa College, AB, l94O4Air Force, four years, Technical Sergeant-taught at Persia Independent High, Iowa, coached girls' basketball and boys' baseball-teaches typing and business law -adviser of Senior class . . . Wayne Robinson-Humboldt State College, AB, l948eNaVy, three years service-participated in training program in Alaska- first year at Arcata-adviser of Technical Radio Clubeteaches algebra, trigo- nometry, physics and general science . . . Elizabeth Stack-University of Oregon, BA, l928e-taught at Clarkdale and Prescott High Schools, Arizona-adviser Pepperbox and Latin Club-teaches journalism, English and Latin . . . Harry Stoddard-San lose State, AB, l934ffour-year letterman, track-Far Western Conference winner two-mile race-teaches Woodworkfpresident Faculty Asso- ciation . . . Eleanor Trunk-University of California, BA, l925, and MAftaught at Napa High and the Dalles, Gregori, High School-began teaching at Arcata High in l946-teaches English . . . Walter Wood-once played in an orchestra that made ten trips across the Atlantic Ocean-played in Barnum and Bailey Circus Band for one summer-taught music Ft. Bragg High School and later part-time at Humboldt State-directs band and teaches instrumental music and orchestra. BETTER EDUCATICN MEANS



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STUDENT BODY ACTIVITIES I-IICI-ILIOI-IT YEAR Opened year with Bob Waters and Donna Cole as student body president and vice-president . . . Appointed officers - Blanche Evans, secretary: Oma Momsen, treasurerg Vera Mathews. rally chairmang Darlene Peterson, song leaderg Pat Watson, iudgeg Krisf tine Brown, court clerkg Leslie Lahr, attorney general . . . For the first time a budget was made . . . Students from study were chosen to welcome new classmates and take them to classes . . . School spirit committee held a "speak week" campaign . . . Traffic com- mittee completed a motorcycle parking space . . . Crosswalks and car parking lot were painted . . . Clean-up committee appointed . . . Took part in many conferences . . . Sent lean Nichols and Blanche Evans to UNESCO meeting at Stanford . . . Bob Waters and Dwain Haines took part in CASC cabinet conference at Long Beach . . . Delegates representing school at large were sent to CASC conven- tion at Los Angeles . . . Stationery with Tiger emblem sold to students . . . Council took part in rallies-presented much appreci- ated movies to students . . . The Arcata Theater was thanked for helping with these projects . . . Pop-corn machine to be used by various clubs was purchased . . . New student body cards were is- sued to replace lost cards for fifty-cent fee . . . Cards were sold for entire year instead of semesters . . . Two bulletin boards purchased for new building . . . Basketball scoreboard bought for new gym . . . Successful first semester council ended busy term by having a dinner . . . Miss Carroll was the adviser . . . Second semester officers . . . Ed Alto, president: Claire Edwards, vice-president: Cabinet . . . Pat Shaffer, secretaryg Oma Momsen, treasurery Meri Monroe, rally chairman . . . Point system reworked to students' satisfaction . . . Court . . . Kristine Brown, Iudgeg Paul Balabanis, attorneyg Bev Cass, court clerkp Miss Carroll, adviser . . . Due to the cooperation of students, few tickets were issued . . . Rules enforced were against leaning over railing in new buildingethrow- ing rubbish on campus . . . Of all rules, disrupting orderly school procedure, was the one most violated . . . Mr. Ham, adviser . . .

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