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"Arf Girls" were Arlene Villa (Zanchuck), Neva Negranti (Noggle), Joyce Mathison (Carsceden), Doris Negranto (Filipponi) Lucille Villa (Doser). [According to Arlene Zanchuck, "You were instructed never to turn a soldier down to dance."]

The Tomas Higuera Family. Seated: Mrs. Blandina Higuera Castro, Mrs. Refugio Higuera Weimer, Mrs. Guadalupe Higuera Villa (Roberto). Standing: Mike Higuera, Tom Higuera, Roberto Villa (Son in Law).

"Frank Villa and Henry Minetti's $3,300 2nd hand truck used in the service for transportation of frieght and dairy products. This went into service Jan. 1912 as Coast Truck Co." Verso: "Frank Villa and Henry Minetti's Truck Emilio Dughi standing"

Taken on Chorro St. before Zanchuck home was moved to 26 Chorro Street in San Luis Obispo, California.

Verso: "July 12, 1919 Cora Pedrotta and James Pedrotta." Father and daughter on her wedding day.

Verso: "July 12, 1919. Cora and Frank Villa".

Verso: "Frank Villa Family. Rear: Arlene (Zanchuck), Lucille (Doser). Front: Cora Pedrotta Villa, Elwood Villa, Frank Villa. Taken 1943 or 1944".

Verso: "Pia Villa, Cora Villa, Frank Villa, James Pedrotta, Hilda Villa, Dave Vanoni".

Junior college portrait of Arlene Villa (Zanchuck) [Arlene knitted her own sweater]

Newspaper article describes the reunion of Cayucos pioneer Pedrotta family in Hardy Park, Cayucos.

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