Amador County High School - Skip Yearbook (Sutter Creek, CA)
- Class of 1925
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THE NEW BUILDING
A description of this kind must necessarily be semi-scientific, as it deals with
actual dimensions and improvements. On November 1, the new auto shop
and mechanical building was completed. The mechanical department moved
in from the old auto shop and wood shop as soon as the building was completed.
The building is a re-enforced cement structure of Gothic style in keeping with
the main building. The new building is 144 feet long, 45 feet wide, and 16
feet high. The main room wherein the auto shop and wood shop classes are
held is 96 feet long and 45 feet wide. In the south end of the building is the
tool room, the store room wherein are kept the gas and oil, and wash room. On
the north end is the mechanical drawing room, cut off from the main room by a
glass partition, and also an air tight varnish room. and a dark room that is used
for developing blue prints and photography. The floor of the wood shop is of
pine flooring, the floor of the auto shop is concrete. A new power lathe, auto
hack saw, power drill, emory wheels, and many bench accessories have been
added. The installation of machinery was by the mechanical shop classes.
The new dust proof varnish room enables a higher type of finished work to
As soon as the electric motive power which propels all of the shop machinery
is installedhthen the shop will be ready for instruction in the advanced mechani-
The building was designed by W. H. Vifeeks, one of the foremost school
architects of San Francisco, and was built very satisfactorily by the Campbell
Construction Company of Sacramento.
The new auditorium, which forms the second unit of our group of new
buildings, is also designed by W. H. Weeks of San Francisco. This new build-
ing is to fulfill a long desired necessity of the school. lt will serve as our
auditorium, theatre, and gymnasium. It is to be a concrete structure of 130 feet
long by 77 feet wide, outside measurement. The inside floor of the gymnasium
will be 45 feet wide and 81 feet long with hardwood maple iloor, The stage
is of suflicient dimension for needs as great as ours. The stage floor has a
width of 26 feet and a depth of 24 feet, while from wing to wing there is a
width of 41 feet, thus giving ample space for dressing rooms and property
rooms. The basement floor will be used for shower rooms, locker rooms
and storage. The boys will be on one side and the girls on the other. This
building will have a tile roof. The entire building, when completed, will be
in the shape of the letter as the shop building extends 22 feet on either
side of the auditorium in forming the cross of the The building faces
toward the east. With this addition our school will be one of the most
modern and complete in Northern California,
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Since the last edition of "The Skip" several improvements have been made
in the school. The latter part of last term and the first part of this term have
seen more improvements than any of the preceeding terms.
The foremost, and most important of these improvements, is the new
building which has been erected on the grounds purchased several years ago.
This building was erected during vacation and the first part of this term.
The building accomodates three classes, wood shop, machine shop, and the
mechanical drawing classes. Not only a new building was built for us but
also new tools and machinery came along with it. AA lathe, power hack-saw,
and drill press have been installed, thus making our shop modern. The
winter months will no longer be dreaded by the shop crew. The dirt floor of
the old shop is replaced by one of cement and two large stoves have been put
up thus enabling the crew to keep warm, something which was practically
impossible in the old shop. The building also has a dark room, tool room,
paint room, and a gas room. The students' appreciation is shown by the in-
crease in the sizes of the wood and machine classes.
Plans have also been drawn for a new gymnasium and auditorium which
is to join the shop. A building of this type is one which has long been needed
by the school. Better presentation of plays and better accommodations will
be possible when we get our new gymnasium and auditorium. A gym of this
type would also be a great help to our athletics. At present our basket ball
games must be played on a court which is much smaller than one of regulation
size. Because of this it is most perplexing and discouraging for our team to
play on any other court. When we visit some other school our team is greatly
handicapped on a regulation court.
Then too, our attendance is increasing every year. In fact, even now some
of the classes are quite crowded and have to be divided. The plans of the
gym also provide for a new music room which will make it posible for us to
turn the room now occupied by the music classes to some other class.
Improvements have also been made in the transportation of the pupils
from Amador, Plymouth and Drytown. A new Graham bus has replaced the
Fageol which was used last year, and the G. M. C., has been put into use again.
The two busses serve excellent and very comfortable transportation. The
Graham handles all the students from Plymouth and Drytown while the
G. M. C. handles all from Amador.
With this splendid achievement of the past year we trust that the next
few years will bring forth the added fruit of these endeavors. We have pride
in our past and look with hope to the future.
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THE INVERTED FUTURE
Phenomenona betray themselves to the human intellect in inumerable
and diverse guises. The past is told by the historian, the literateur, the anthro-
pologist, the geologist, the playwright, the statistician. The present is projected
upon the past by the press, the pulpit, the school, the street. But the future can
only be deducted in a very general manner by adding the past and present and
dividing by some established common denominator. That denominator is
Truly there are certain individuals who have the sense of prophecy to an
uncanny degree. But alas, they are not always available, nor are they always
reliable. The future is revealed by the lines in the hand, the horoscope of the
stars, the crystal gazer of unseen worlds, the oracles of hallowed places, the
addicts of prognostic beverages and by local guessers.
Out of all this array of future knowing cultists, we have had proficient
instruction. But the philosopher Kant gives the most encouragement. He
taught us that if during the millions of years mankind has developed all of the
known senses that he now possesses, why is it not natural to expect some new
sense to be evaginated through the years ofcontact and experience? We do
know that there is a sixth sense. Not all of us have it, nor do any of us have
it all the time, but to many of us has been given the novelty of its intermittent
and sporadic visitations. Once do we recall one such experience. We saw the
future as one walking backwards. We saw the future not as it is to be, but
directly opposed to what will come to pass. To see the future in terms of
opposites is not always gratifying, but if the saying that, Hwhatever is to come
must come," is true, why not the converse, "whatever can't, won't?"
This one memorable look into the inverted future must have partaken
something of the nature of a dream, and all of the other hocuspocus that pro-
fessional phophets employ. The vision was phantasmagorfic, colorful, a
medley of impressions, a melange of emotions. We could scarcely realize the
panorama that floated before us in such a collateral manner.
Irene Canvin had already dimmed the glorious luster of Gloria Swanson's
fame, and of all the new stars in Hollywood, the innocent, independent, inde-
scribable Irene led all the rest. Her name was not only a by-word, but a sell-
slogan of her company.
In the fade out of her fame the lithesome characters of Billy White and
Vivian Hoskins came dancing' before us. No longer has the terpsichore been
mentioned with Pavlowa. and Puschkin, but has been revivified by the synco-
pating meandering of these two.
As these two artists flitted to the wings the personality of Mildred Campini,
secretary to the Prince of Whales, was reflected before us. She still had her
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school girl complexion, scarcely less plump, but very, very stately. With a long
blue pencil, she was taking dictation in three languages, English, American,
Upon the screen came a beautiful ode written by one of the greatest nature
poets of all times, Gladys Taylor, who had given that afternoon in a mem-
orable manner her latest poem 'lAn Ode to a Three Toed Tree Toad." The
The next character that came before our vision was Marea Ferreccio, the
fetching fettish of the Follies' followers.
She had scarcely gone when Dr. Charles Vincent Soracco sailed in upon
the scene. He was just disembarking from an extended tour of Europe, where
he had recently perfected a cure for all heart trouble. He had at last made love
and affection as permanent as death. A
Again the scene shifted. Opaque blankness was before us, but the celestial,
syncopating ether strains of Elmer Liddicoat's super-jazz symphonic orchestra
came to us. He was broadcasting what tomorrow will be on everyone's tongue,
the tune, "Red-Eyed, Cross Hot Mamma," from his station T. L. in the Fiji
No sooner had the tantalizing strains faded when we noticed the interlocutor
introducing Guiseppe Levaggi, the world's greatest magician, Professor Hocus-
pocus, College ofVCon, Bachelor Bunk, masquerading under the name of Prince
The act ended and left to the gaze of us none other than Betty Cook and
Marguerite Marelli, who were giving a series of lectures on "Sauerkraut, as
a stimulant to the soul." In the background was Faustina Brusatori, dressed in
a salmon pink evening gown, conducting a class for stammerers and Stutteters.
From time to time a vender of high-toned hair polish kept going across
the stage from wing to wing. After several interruptions we discovered this
interloper to be none other than John Bogliolo.
A certain transparent drowsiness seemed to be creeping over us, but oblivion
did not come over us until we had noticed Robert Carmichael as a conductor on
the Amador Central Railroad, being served with hot root beer by Lewis
Casagrandeewho was head soda squirt in the employ of Lucot's, Sutter Creek,
The vision seemed to grow more indistinct. Soon we were looking at
nothing but a clear, crystalline, transparent scene. We became conscious of
ourselves with a start. Our sixth sense' had become. dissipated. This reality
was lost to us forever. We had been reading "Alice in Wonderland," while
gazing down the rain barrel. -Blanche Culbert.
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-Evelyn Ratto. '25,
' THE SENIOR CLASS
A senior class is always considered quite l'Savior Faire" Cknow allj, but
not us. We entered school this term with all the pep a good class is supposed
to possess, and showed a great deal of school spirit. With Miss McFarlane as
our class adviser, we shall do many things in a superalitive and entertaining
manner before the end of the term. During the month of December, we pre-
sented a play "Evening Dress lndispensiblew under the direction of Mr. Peterson,
and it revealed the dramatic ability of the class in a most unexpected fashion.
Before the close of the term another play will be given which we hope to be
the greatest success of the year.
We have three football letter men, a few on the annual staff, several in the
school operetta: and probably we shall have a representative number on the
baseball team, and two in the girl's tennis team. Some class, isn't it?
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In the evenings on the X-Bar-B Ranch all the boys would gather around
the fireplace and tell stories. One of the fellows, Dick, was very fond of this
story telling hour and he would live the story with the hero. All the boys
liked to tell the most exciting stories that they could think of because Dick
would dig his fingernails' into the palm of his hands until he cut into them,
he would be so excited.
One evening we were gathered around to tell stories, when Bill Bradley
spoke up and said he had a story he wanted to tell.
"Well, when I was workin' on the Horseshoe Ranch in Texas," started
Bill, 'fthe boss of the ranch had a beautiful daughta an' as most fellas will
sometime or othuh, I fell in love with her. One evenin' as we was strollin'
in the moonlight I heard some one behind us an' when I turned I see it was
one of the greasa's that worked on the ranch. The boys told me to be careful
of this fella because he was in love with the boss' daughta, too, an' thar's no
tellin' what a greasa' will do when he's sore at someone. Suddenly I see a
knife come flyin' ovuh my head an' fall to theground right in front of me. On
the blade of the knife a note was stuck. I picked up the knife, took off the
note, an' opened it to read. But it was written in Spanish an' I couldn't
understand a darn word that was in it. I'd heard that the boss' daughta
could read Spanish so I gave the note to her an' ast her to read it to me. She
read it to herself fust an' then she turned, handed me the note an' sez, 'Don't
you ever come near me again. I don't want any thing to do with you.'
"Now, I was stumped at this an' I wanted to know what that note said
more'n eva'. The boys told me that the boss could read Spanish, so in the
mornin' I took the note to him an' ast him to read it to me. He read it to
hisself fust an' when he was through an' angry look came to his face an' he
sez, 'You son of a dog, you dirty sheep-stealing coyote, you filthy piece of
bacteria, you rotten specimen of humanity, get out of Texas at once."
"Well, I didn't even stop to ast any questions. I just grabbed, that note an'
beat it out of Texas as fast as I could go. I went to Arizona an' got a job there.
In Arizona, I got friendly with a fella an' after I'd made good an' sure he waz
my friend I ast him if he could read Spanish. I sorta expected that he could
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what he couldn't do wazn't wuth doin'.
" 'Can I read Spanish? he sez, 'well, I should say I can. I can read Spanish
better than any Spaniard around here.'
A'Well, then," I sez, Hef you're such a whiz, read this note to me."
USO I give him the note an' he started readin' it to hisself fust an' when he
finished he turned to me putty mad an' he sez, 'You son of a dog, you dirty
sheep stealin' coyote, you filthy piece of bacteria, you rotten specimen of
humanity, get out of Arizona at once.'
"NVell I see that he's sore so I beat it out of Arizona an' went to Wyoming.
I got a job as bartender there an' pretty soon I'd made a bunch of friends among
the fellas thatcame there to drink an' play cards. There was one fella that I
liked betta' than the rest an' I made him my particula friend.
"One day I ast him ef he could read Spanish an' when he said he could I
ast him ef he would read a note that was written in Spanish. He said he would
so I gave him the note an' I ast him to read it out loud right away because
I didn't wanta be called names again like I'd been before."
Here Bill stopped and Dick who was so excited, he was clawing his nails
into his hans sez to Bill, "Yes, yes, go on and tell us what the note said."
"I never found out," sez Bill, with a grin, A'Because just then I woke up."
-Lillian Fontenrose, '28
COMING TO THE WEST
Folks rushed to the west in the days of '49
Driving teams of oxen, which
Traveled onward in a single line.-
Onward they went in their mad desire for gold,
Under a blist'ring sun, across the arid plain,
O're the snow-capped Sierra's, thru' the blinding snow so cold
To the land of flow'rs, gold and sunshine,
No more folks travel to the west after l869
In slow moving wagons 'neath a burning sun
With Hostile Indians sneaking along behind:
For a road of steel now binds the east unto the Golden NVest,
And they speed along in trains so very swift
That from the whirling scenery their eyes have to rest.
Nothing, one thinks can ever go more fast,
For the continent is traversed in five short days.
Now the airplane does start from the east at break of day
And does arrive in California when the sun is sinking in the west.
-Marie Thym, '27.
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There was an ancient city,
And it was known as Rome,
Caesar and Mark Antony
Called this place their home.
Caesar fondly loved this city,
It was first in peace or war:
Antony forgot it for a woman,
And thought of it no more.
But Caesar's love and loyalty
To the city of his heart, I
Was the cause of bitter enmity,
And Brutus' poisoned dart.
I.'d rather I were Caesar
And had the death he died,
Than live on as Mark Antony,
Knowing my city I belied.
-Lillian Fontenrose, '2'8.
THE STRONG KNIFE
The rain was pouring down the afternoon on which the sewing club was
to meet at Aunt .Iane's home, The stormy weather prevented Uncle John,
her husband, from making his daily rounds about the town, so he was obliged
to stay home. However, he made light of his trouble and contented .himself
by amusing the ladies with stories of his experiences at sea.
Seated in the midst of the sewing circle harem he began to relate the follow-
"Wal, I can 'member 'way back in the thirties when I was nigh twenty.
A right smart man I was an' handsome even if I do sa' so myself, I was' the
best dresser in town an' all the gals would fal' for me. Why, do youikinow,
I turned 'em right an' left. Wal, anyhow I had a great likin' to the sea, so ta
please myself an' ta free myself from the dames, I took to the sea an' I wuz jest
as much at home as a duck is in water.
"I wuz on a line that run from 'Orleans to Cuba, an' I recollect I made
four hundred an' eighty-nine trips over them there same waters. Then I sort
of tired of the same trip all the time so I worked fer a spell on a boat thet
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river boat an' I 'member one day, oh, I never 'ill forget thet day, when I came
inta the dinin' room an' every person was a eatin' fresh water fish. I started
fer the kitchun ta see if I could get some, but I only reached the door, 'cuz I
saw thet the cook was standin' over the stove a fryin' fish as fast as he could:
too busy ta turn 'round The fish were a flyin' in the Winder one after another
an' 'twas all the cook could do ta fry 'em fast 'nough, The reason fer the hull
thing was thet the boat had run inta a school of fish an' they was so thick thet
every time the ol' side wheel would come up it 'ud bring a fish up with ut,
pitch ut thru the Winder an' right inta the fryin' pan. Jest as I was 'bout to
leave a wallopin' big sword-fish came thru the Winder but instead of goin'
inta the fryin' pan the dern thing hit the boiler an' blew the Whole d- - -
engine ta pieces."
"Why, John, don't forget yourself in front of the 1adies," interrupted
"Oh pshawl Janie, you know I wouldn't, but I got so excited thet I was
actually livin' thet day over."
I The ladies were amused by this story and wished to hear more, although
they were rather skeptical as to its being true. Uncle John did not have to
be urged greatly: he delighted in this pastime, so he continued.
, "Thet was not the worst of it. Though the engine was blowed up the
ish kept comin' in so fast thet they kept the side-Wheel spinnin' along and
kept the boat goin' up stream as fast as ever. But pretty soon the boat was so
loaded with fish thet she begin to list to larboard. It was mornin' on the third
of July. The sun was lookin' down from overhead and 'twas hot as blazes.
Somethin' had to be done or the ship would go down. The side Wheel was
turnin' so fast it began to smoke. The smoke kept comin' up through the
hold and I could hear the water sizzlin' like it wuz touchin' somethin' hot.
I got down inta the hold and saw thet 'twas the paddle wheel on Iire. To save
the ship from sinkin' ar burnin' up, I had to cut it off so I whipped out my
jackknife and whittled it off in a few minutes, it being some fathom or so
throughg and while We lost our paddle we saved the ship for the New
Orleans' line." - -
--Bayra Richards, '26.
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g 3- "THE RANCHERIA MASSACREU
D ,. , I 4 f LL my life I had wanted a trip to the country. I had
,V ' ' I if read countless books on its wonders and felt that I
f would not be satisfied until I could see for myself if
p if it were as real and majestic as authors and poets
T' had claimed it to be. It was not until the
eighteenth year of my life that this great oppor-
tunity came to me. My poor, rich aunt, was grief-stricken over the loss of Bertha
Cher pet Angora catj, and decided to leave the little mound which decorated the
base of the front window and go to the country to try and forget her sorrow.
After having decided on a favorable quiet town, Aunt Julia left her home
in charge of an old Mexican caretaker, Casus. He was a very odd looking old
fellow, but I had been informed that he was very reliable. His left cheek had
a long smooth scar across it which from a side view gave him a very cruel
appearance and caused one to shudder.
The next day found us packed and ready for a long journey northward.
We boarded a train and after what seemed to me to be years, I grew tired and
dizzy watching the fence posts whiz by and nnally fell asleep. The next thing
I knew I was being picked up from the floor by the Conductor and Aunt Julia,
who were both considerably frightened and angry over my fall. Upon in-
quiring about the sudden stop of the train, I learned that we had arrived at
Martel Station and were now to transfer to an auto for the rest of our journey.
Once in the Ford, I began to look around for large fields of flowers, beautiful
streams shaded by tall evergreen trees, and farms with large two story buildings
surrounded by various smaller ones. But to my bitter disappointment I could
see nothing of that sort and at once noticed the poles from which wires ran
in all directions. I wanted to get far away from luxurious civilization, and revel
and become steeped in the spirit of the great out-of-doors. I was thoroughly
disgusted with Aunt Julia and her trip to the country Qas she called itb 3 for
I so wished to learn the mysteries of a kerosene lamp.
About midnight I was awakened by a hard poke in the ribs and Aunt
Julia informed me that someone was in the room and that she knew they
were at her purse because she heard them open it. I rose up on my pillow,
turned on the light, and looked in vain, but there was her suitcase just as she had
left it. I looked across the white linen at her but all I could see were a few
stray locks of her paper waved hair which were emerging from under her
pillow. Poor Aunt Julia. The next morning she grew quite angry when
I remarked that we had had our Hrst country experience, and she threatened
to leave for home at once. A
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A few days were spent in exploring the town and a few of the surrounding
hills. Aunt Julia grew fond of the country and decided that she would spend
a part of her remaining summers there.
The worst did not come until about a week or so after we had landed there.
We were hiking over around Quart's Mountain, a small used-to-be mining camp,
and ran onto an old prospector patiently panning for gold. Aunt Julia had
always liked to impress people and started a conversation with the old man.
He grew quite interested in her and when he told her that he had been around
the world two times, she said no more. He then turned to me and asked if I
liked that part of the country.
"Well," I admitted, "It is not at all what I expected to see but maybe after
I have been here a while longer I shall learn more of its historic events,
"Historic events," returned he, "If you want to hear of one of those things,
just sit yourself on that rock and listen."
'iMore than a half century ago," began he, carelessly lighting his pipe,
"a great many Mexicans had settled in this part of the country. Some owned
small mining claims while others gambled and occasionally worked for a living.
The feeling of the Mexicans toward the Americans was very bitter at that
time, It often reached the point of robbery and sometimes murder. Public
roads were found dangerous to travel over. Several attempts were made to
banish the Mexicans from the country, but when driven from one camp they
would only go to another, and as the miners were continually moving about
and the population changing, their acts were soon forgotten and they would
return even more sullen than before."
"Good gracious, I hope they are gone by now," exclaimed Aunt Julia,
pretending to be deeply interested in the story, but in reality, I knew that the
sooner it was over the better she would like it.
At this the prospector returned to Aunt Julia saying, "Don't get nervous,
lady, the worst is yet to come," and then he continued. 'lWhen the news of the
slaughter of six or seven persons at Rancheria spread over the country, the
angry people were moved to deeds that were afterwards regretted. These mur-
ders were committed by twelve men, one who seemed to be white, one exceed-
ingly dark, and the rest of the ordinary Mexican type. They were Iirst seen on
an August night, at the Q Ranch, a large boarding house or hotel located near
lone." CAunt Julia rose from the rock on which she had been sitting and
came closerj. 'lThe following morning they left the ranch and made their
way towards Drytown, first robbing a Chinese camp and leaving all the
Chinamen tied. Their next step was to attack Drytown and then go to
Rancheria. But by some fortunate cause the citizens learning of their scheme
immediately prepared to save their city. Two prominent citizens volunteered
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to go to Rancheria to inform the people of their danger, They avoided the
road by going around to the other side of the town and through the fields.
While the party were talking over the matter the Mexicans had done the work.
When the citizens arrived at Rancheria, the Mexicans appeared to be leaving by
the other side of the town. There were no lights and everything was quiet."
Here Aunt Julia's eyes widened and she glanced about her cautiously.
"They called aloud several times before they received any reply. David
Wilson was found hiding in a ditch and they learned from him that the
Mexicans had killed several persons, the number he did not know. On arriving
at the store they found the clerk dead behind the counter, the owner missing
and the safe blown open. About twenty thousand dollars had been stolen,
and just look at the place now, would you ever think there was so much money
here? Not far from the store they found the owner with both legs broken and
several wounds. Then they went to Dynan's hotel, which stood just about
where that old shed stands now, Cpointing to an old tumbled down shedj and
there they found Mrs. Dynan dead and her husband so badly wounded that he
died not many hours afterwards. Mrs. Dynan had been shot in an attempt to
put her infant out of the window into some shrubbery for safety. The news of
this spread rapidly. By nine the next morning nearly live-hundred people
were present. The character of the murders and the causeless attack raised the
anger of the people almost beyond control. Some were for an immediate war
on all the Mexican race. Parties were engaged in arresting and bringing in all
in the vicinity."
Poor Aunt Julia, I knew she would never get over it, and although I was
intensely interested in the old man's story, I was hoping, for Aunt Julia's sake,
that there would not be much more of it.
"After a lot of searching," the old man continued, again lighting his pipe,
'ithree men, to whom evidence proved fatal, were hanged to an old oak tree,
and the old tree remained standing for thirty years before it fell to the ground."
"That," continued the man, 'tis a sincere and true event. And would you
believe that a young man could have committed such a murder. I say young-
yes-he was only a boy, perhaps in his eighteenth year. As I have heard
people describing him, he was a sort of pleasant chap, but he had a long, smooth
scar across his left cheek which from a side view gave him a very cruel look. I
have heard" said he, 'lthat his friends called him Casusf'
"Casus," shrieked Aunt Julia. "Casus, he must be the man, Oh, my poor
parrot, my poor gold fish, what shall I do." ,
The old man looked very surprised but seeing my look of anxiety to
learn the rest of the story, continued. "Over there," said he, pointing to a spot
not far away, is the very place where the old tree stood,"
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said, "it is time we were leaving," and thanking the man very generously we
The sun was already sinking and when about a mile from the fatal spot,
we ran into the camp of another prospector, Aunt Julia gave oneashriek and
ran. I paused a moment and when he again turned around, I looked into the
face of a huge Mexican. I also joined Aunt Julie in her retreat.
That evening when I returned to our room I found Aunt Julia bent over
her suitcase and I knew at once that we were leaving. All through the night
she talked of her poor parrot and gold fish and worried and wondered if they
were dead yet. I
When that year had passed by and summer again came, Aunt Julia and I
again boarded a train, but not in the same direction as we had the previous pear.
-Gertrude Culbert. '27,
Poetry I cannot write,
It is beyond my line.
I often try but still you see
I cannot make things rhyme.
But if I should by accident,
A poem chance to write,
I am afraid its lines would bring
No meaning nor insight.
I cannot write of summertime,
In love I am not versed,
If I should tell of gallant knights
With laughter you would burst,
So I shall be my own plain self,
And no poetry attempt,
Through all my life, I'll always be
From poet's fame exempt.
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TALES OF THE MOTHER LODE
The Mother Lode District abounds in the relics of Mark Twain and his
literary or otherwise remains. In museums we find the pen, the pick-axe, and
even the razor Mark Twain used. ' His cabin is the Mecca for many who seek
literary inspiration. Old timers will tell you that Mark Twain said this or
that, when if the truth were known, Mark Twain probably said more than
merely this and that. Chief among the relics of Mark Twain are the legendary
remains of his inimitable and spontaneous humor. The story goes, as filtered
down through the hills and retouched by each succeeding native scion that
Mark Twain once made sour dough bread. Twain never prided himself in his
The weather had been rainy, the wood was wet and the fragment that
Mark Twain essayed to bake with was merely a shadow of a blaze, blending
itself with smoke into the dull cloudy atmosphere of the day. Mark Twain
even admits that his profanity caused the air to grow denser, but this did not
appease his hunger for it was his turn to do the cooking while his partner, old
Yuba Bill was panning the meagre flecks of gold that went to sustain the pair.
As we have mentioned, Twain was baking, or at least, Twain was trying to
make the bread bake. The heat from the stove was scarcely suflicient to cause
the chemical reaction known as raising or rising. As the drear afternoon winged
on, Mark Twain grew desperate. He knew Yuba Bill would be hungry at
nightfall. He simply must do something to raise that bread and the only means
of doing so was to revivify and enliven the fire. First he put in a strip of
bacon. The fire grew brighter, but he couldn't sacrifice one part of the meal
for the other. After the heat from the bacon had dissipated the bread stopped
rising. The next article Twain saw it to place in the stove was Yuba Bill's
woolen sock-the sock wherein the weekly store of powder was kept. This
Twain thrust into the fire box. A violent explosion followed and as Twain
succinctly remarks, 'Athe bread was raised,"-as also was the roof. The top
of the stove was completely blown off, projecting itself through the roof of the
little two-by-four shanty which served as Mark Twain's kitchen, library, and
storeroom, The bread was sprayed rather evenly over the limbs of a large live
oak tree which spread its sheltering arms over the kitchen, and extended beyond,
and over the road. The tree was literally laden with sour dough.
Just then the weekly stage came in view and Mark Twain ceased his execra-
tions long enough to greet the driver. One of the passengers was an English-
man, typical, monocled, and-"ahl By clove!" When the stage stopped the
son of Britain climbed out to stretch his legs., As he scanned the sky, a frag-
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ment of the dough fell on his face. I-le wiped his face and was puzzled at the
composition of material. I-le offered a remark which disclosed the fact that he
had never seen such a tree as that before and was anxious to know the facts
of it. "That tree," said Mark Twain convincingly, "is a bread-fruit tree."
i"Well, really, now, I didn't suppose those trees were peculiar to any place
but the Samoan Islands," ,
But upon further examination, the Englishman agreed that the substance
was surprisingly like dough.
"Yes," observed Mary Twain, "this rainy weather has postponed the ripen-
ing of the fruit, otherwise had this been a hot summer day, as it usually is, here
in California, those lumps of dough would be Hot-Cross buns."
I was told to write a poem
For my English lesson today,
And no matter how I tried
It wouldn't rhyme in any way.
I tried, oh how I tried,
But my brain just wouldn't work.
I tried and tried and tried again,
For my lesson I wouldn't shirk,
When the English period came!
Well, I just gave a groan
When I heard the teacher say,
'AI-Iand one in before you go home."
So to study hall I went
And again I spent some time
And lo, behold! I found
These few words made a rhyme.
-Mildred Cobb, 'Z7.
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When night sank to rest,
And I arose and saw the dawn,
I thought of thee
And light was high,
And the dew was gone,
And the sun was shining,
On flowers and trees:
I thought of thee!
When night wraps itself in a mantle of grey
And wanders o'er city and land,
Touching all with its magic wand,
Silently it walks o'er the land,
That spirit of the night,
And as it wanders o'er the land,
I think of thee!
THE FIDDLE IN FIDDLE-TOWN?
Who put the fiddle in Fiddle-Town? That's the question that has been
bothering me for the last sixty years, in fact, ever since I first heard the story.
The conclusions I have formed in those ,sixty-short years are that-oh, well,
I won't tell them to you what they are, but I will just let you draw your own
conclusions. It was in the good old days in California when neither preacher
nor teacher had, as yet, come here, when gold was to be had for the finding
Cor stealingj and when one had to journey on horse-back with his six shooter
Well, to continue with my story, or rather the story of the fiddle, I had
arrived at Fiddle-Town at the close of a winter's day, on my journey from
the coast to the mining camps of the Sierras. Fiddle-Townrhad reached Cfor
ity a high stage of civilization, As I have said, I reached there about evening,
very tired and hungry, so I concluded to stay there for the night.
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I went to the only hotel of which the town had boasted, a combination
store, saloon, restaurant, and roorning house. After supper I joined the circle
of miners sitting around the stove in the bar-room, telling stories of adventure
that had happened in the days of '49, Hfteen years from the time of which I
There being a lull in the story-telling, I asked, as all curious strangers were
liable to ask, how Fiddle-Town got its name. Well, one old miner endeavored
to tell me. I judged he had been telling it for a good many years, probably
ever since the town had been christened, for he told it rather well, I guess he
had been enlarging on it for the last fifteen years, and by that time it had grown
considerably. If he is still telling the story, I should like to hear it again after
all of these years: I probably would not now recognize it as the same story.
As for the truth of it, I will let you judge for yourself. Here is the story as he
"Wal," he said, 'iif you want to know how this burg got its name you sure
did come to the right person. I been here nigh as long as the town itself: it's
grown some, I'll tell you." CI agreed that it had, not for the truth of the
thing, but to hurry along the story-telling, but he was not to be hurried.j
Again he continued, "Wal, you see it was this-away-I wasn't here at the
time, but you see Bill Cindicating a man seated at his sidej, well, Bill's cousin's
father's brother was here an' he tol' me 'bout it all. It was this-away: 'twas
in the spring of '50 or in the winter of '49, I don't zackly 'member which, but
any how it was one of 'em, when the first miner come here.
"Them was the days when Black Bart an' his gang use to be round here.
Anyway, this miner, he came here an' he struck it rich Cjust like we 'spect toy .
Wal, he got things Hxed up purty smart an' comfortable, built hiself a right
nice log cabin over yonder there, an' settled down to enjoy hiself.
"Now, he had a right nice sort o' fiddle that he use to play in the evenin'.
Now I reckon the news of his rich strike spread fast and Black Bart heard o' it,
we all thunk it was old Black Bart, or at least Bill's'cousin's father's brother
"VJal, anyhow, one dark winter night when the wind was howlin' roun'
this lonesome lookin' cabin an' the old miner was fiddlin' on his fiddle, the
door in back o' him was slowly pushed open an' then a dark Hgure, with a
mask on, creeps silently into that room, right behind that old miner.
"Just as the music of the fiddle reaches its highest pitch, just as the wind is
moanin' round the cabin the loudest, an' just as the candle flickers, a shot rang
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"Wal, anyway, the miner he was dead, leanin' back in his chair, with his
fiddleiin his hans.
"Z-Xn' when Black Bart got outside an' half way up the canyon, I'll be gol
darned if he could not hear that fiddle still a squakinf
"I reckin he sort o' got his courage back again, for he went back to that
cabin, but nary a sign of that ol' man nor his Hddle did he see, but he did see
sompin white Hy out o' the window as he opened the door.
'lWal, I'll tell you he didn't stay long, ol' Black Bart he beat it right quick.
But he still heered the fiddle a playin' till he got clear home.
'f'lAn' you know you can still hear it playin' on nights wen the wind is
blowin', but no one never did see 'at ol' man agin.
"Listenl" he paused, "did you hear 'at?" There was a breathless silence
as we listened. I heard, or imagined I heard, the unmistakable music of a
fiddle, playing somewhere in the distance up the canyon, I
Believe it or not, that was the way I was told Fiddle-Town got its name.
-Ruth Thompson, '26.
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Much labor and time is being devoted to debating this year, as it seems to
have drawn more interest than ever before. A debating club of about ten
members was organized in the early part of the year.
A short, interscholastic debate between the Freshmen and Sophomores was
held on December 19. The decision was a close one but the Freshmen proved
victorious. The Freshmen representatives were Ronald Cox and Gospa Pero-
vich and the Sophomores were Michael Biocina and Gemma Streito. The
question for debate was, Resolved: That immigration should be further
On February 27 we debated the Philippine independence question with
Placerville. We were represented in Sutter Creek by John Norton and Gladys
Taylor and at Placerville by Amick Poe and Gemma Streito. Our debaters
at home proved victorious with a result of 2-l, At Placerville, due to machine
trouble during the trip, we were able to have only two judges. The result
was a tie, l-1, and it was therefore decided to judge as to points. The final
decision was in Placerville's favor.
The debaters are now working on a debate with Jackson. The question
decided upon is, Resolved: That the child labor amendment should be rati-
fied. The aflirmative side will be upheld by John Norton and Gladys Taylor
and the negative by James Arditto and Gospa Perovich.-Gemma Streito, '27.
When we think of the Senior Class of l924, we like to know what each
one is doing. Owing to the fact that the class was small and that none of them
have gone very far away from home, we are able to see most of them often.
Some are continuing their education, while some are working, and several have
remained at home. Those who are attending school are: Mae Daneri, Albert
Accampo, Louis Fontenrose, and Winfield Merwin. Mae is attending the
State Normal in San Francisco and Albert goes to Armstrong's Business College
in Berkeley. Louis Fontenrose is attending the University of California, and
Winfield Nlerwin goes to Junior College in Sacramento. Clara Williams is
taking up nursing at the Dameron Hospital in Stockton. Hayden Stephens,
Lewis Marks and Alfred Liddicoat have remained at home and we are able to
see them often. Then there is Gilkey Nickley, who is employed by the Amador
Central Railroad Company, and Stanley Cuneo, who is employed at the Cuneo
Frank Darrow of the class of l9l8 has received his teacher's certificate and
is teaching in the Shenandoah Valley Grammar School. Ruth Cox of the class
of '21 graduated from the State Normal and is teaching near Bakersfield.
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The exchange editor wishes to thank the numerous schools for the annuals
received from them during the past year. The criticisms we offer are given with
the best of intentions, the idea being to help the different schools improve their
publications. We heartily invite criticisms and comments on The Skip, as we
realize the value of an outsider's opinion. Following are the annuals we have
received and the comments we have to oHer:
"Green and Gold"-Sonora:
A very appropriate cover. Your arrangement is good, but where is your
An attractively arranged book. Your snaps are exceptionally good.
You have a ,good annual, with interesting snaps. We would suggest a
few more jokes.
Another interesting book that we enjoyed reading.
A'Greenback Notes' '-San Juan
Your jokes and snaps are good. May we suggest a few "Exchanges"?
An interesting annual with a line literary department.
We enjoyed your annual, especially the jokes.
"The Echo"-Santa Rosa:
'One of the best on our list. No adverse criticisms to offer.
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The Mother Lode Typewriting Contest marked our first venture in the
typing world this year. It was given on March 7,lwith ten high schools and
eighty-two students participating. Six cups, a fountain pen and fourteen
medals were given as prizes. Sutter Creek was able to keep two of the cups and
three medals at home. Nellie Accampo was the winner of the unlimited one-
minute contest, getting a gold medal: and Ruth Thompson, also of the unlimited
class, won two cups and two gold medals for speed and accuracy in the fifteen-
minute contest. The Mother Lode Typewriting Contest is to be an annual
event in the future, and Sutter Creek is justly proud that she is the originator
of such an interesting feature in academic competition.
In the Sacramento Valley Typewriting Contest Ruth Thompson won third
place in both the Unlimited Speed and Accuracy and Virginia White fourth in
Following are the lists of students who have won awards in the Commercial
Underwood Certificates: Betty Cook, Irene Canvin, Reyna Lagomarsino,
Elsie Hoxie, Alden Tyler, Evelyn Eudey, Lena Vuscovich, Eva Rhodes, Mayme
Riddle, Esther Berry, Gospa Perovich, Ruby Canvin, Edna Pritchard, Pauline
Arnesi, Mervyn Bennetts, Lillian Gilchrist, Irma Lucot and Lorraine Arditto,
Underwood Bronze Medals: Alice Thomas, Edna Pritchard, Evelyn
Eudey, Irene Canvin, Betty Cook and Albina Garabaldi.
Underwood Fifty-word Pins: Albina Garabaldi, Emma Accampo, Betty
Cook, Edna Pritchard, Imelda Darling, Gemma Streito, Virginia White and
Underwood Sixty-word Gold Pin: Imelda Darling.
Remington Certificates: Betty Cook, Gospa Perovich, Evelyn Eudey, Ruby
Canvin, Irene Canvin, Esther Berry, Alice Thomas, Lena Vuscovich and
Mervyn Bennetts. A
Remington Silver Pins: Gospa Perovich, Betty Cook and Irene Canvin.
Gregg Writer Certiicatesz Imelda Darling, Virginia White, Gemma Streito
and Ruth Thompson. I V
Those who have received their Sixty-word Shorthand Certificates are:
Adeline Kammerer, Mildred Campani, Evelyn Ratto, NellieiAccampo, Gladys
Taylor, Emma Accampo, Gertrude Culbert, Gemma Streito and Irene Canvin.
Eighty-word Certificates: Evelyn Ratto, Nellie Accampo and Gladys
'Order of Gregg Artist Certificates: Gemma Streito, Adeline Kammerer,
Emma Accampo, Lorraine Arditto, Ruth Thompson, Virginia White and
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The musical department usually gces on record as being able to speak for
itself. This it has done in no unmistakable manner. The wide array of sub-
ject material covered and the excellence of the work done would do credit to a
much larger school. An earnest and fruitful attempt to make the work mean-
ingfully appreciative has been accomplished to a great degree. Piano students
range from beginners to the sixth grade. Instruction is also given in violin,
cello, and string orchestral instruments. The iirst and second Glee Clubs have
been studying the most popular classics. A compiled list was taken from the
Oakland and Chicago offerings and many numbers from these have been given
by the classes as recitals and before assemblies of the students. The piano and
vocal department has been supplemented by Victor records. The following
operas have been intensively studied this year: Aida, Carmen, Rigoletto, The
Bohemian Girl and The Mikado. The twelve most noted composers have been
studied in appreciation classes and during the year the history of musical elemen-
tary harmony and a study of fifty of the most popular classics made up a large
part of the club work. While the orchestra has been available for school enter-
tainment and functions some work in the orchestration of music has been
accomplished. During the year, for a period of six weeks, ten-minute recitals
of the best classical music were given to familiarize students with the best
classical music. '
Following the plan of every year the funds from concerts have been used
to purchase instruments for the music department. ln this manner a Victrola
and a score or so of records, a splendidly finished four-octave Marimba
and highly toned violin cello have been purchased. An interesting program
was given recently by the second year Glee Club and the school orchestra at the
Shenandoah school house. At the close of the program five of the orchestra
played jazz for an informal dance. So highly was the music appreciated
that the orchestra has been requested to play for their future dances. Other
excursions to near-by school houses are being planned, '
Following is aw partial list of the popular classics studied by the Glee clubs
Anvil Chorus from ll Trovatore, Ave Marie CSchubertj, Barcarolle from
Tales of Hoffman, Berceuse from Jocelyn, Blue Danube Waltz CStraussj,
Brahms' Lullaby, Celeste Aida CVerdij, Chopin's Funeral March, C Sharp
Minor Prelude CRachmaninoffD, Danse Macabre CSaint Saensj, Habanera from
Carmen, My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice QSaint Saensj , Humoresque CDvorakD,
Hungarian Dance No. 5 CBrahmsj , l Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls from the
Bohemian Girl, lntermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana, Land of Sky Blue Water
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a negro minstrel show was given. A
The first scene was on the banks of the Mississippi River. As the curtain
rose the group of Hniggersn, seated by a camp lire, sang, "Long, Long Trail."
After that followed short dialogues, chorus singing, and string quartettes.
Next was a recitation by Alden Tyler. Following that was a comic dialogue,
which took place in a prison. Ronald Cox was the convict and Douglas Cava-
gnaro, the guard, A Floradora dance came after that. 'AA Dark Secret," a
one-act comedy, was very cleverly acted and brought in many laughs.
Last of all was an Olio. In this, there were short dialogues, songs, and a
quartette. Mr. Vaughan, the Boy Scout Executive, and his son Billy, played
several guitar duets.
On December 5, another program was given. Each class put on something.
The Freshmen gave a short pantomime with Mayme Riddle as the farmer's
daughter, Ronald Cox, her sweetheart, and Bill Perovich, as the farmer. The
Sophomores illustrated the present-day advertisements, which were very cleverly
portrayed. The Juniors dramatized Uncle Tom's Cabin. John Norton read
a short synopsis of the story and the different characters appeared as their names
were mentioned. Music was used to describe different characters and scenes.
Topsy and Eva were represented by Ruth Thompson and Nellie Accampo.
They danced and sang and carried on a short conversation. After that, Frank-
lin Daneri sang a song, "Mosquito," a parody on "Marcheta." The Seniors
put on a onemact play, "Evening Clothes Indispensable."
- Between the last two numbers Vivian Hoskins and Blanche Culbert played
a piano duet with Mildred Cobb at the xylophone and Theodore Foster at the
On the evening of the debate with Placerville, February 27, there were a
few musical numbers offered by the orchestra and the Girls' Culee Club. Mr.
Vaughan delighted us with Hawaiian music on the guitar and Mr. Davis'
ventriloquist performance was exceedingly clever.
The operetta, "Once in a Blue Moon," will be given on April 25. This
is a story of a college boy who sent his chum to substitute for him at a week-
end party of his sweetheart. The resemblance of the chums caused many
curious situations. How the sweetheart Cand the other girlj carry their parts
between the two chums is the interesting and exciting part ,of the opera. Un-
expected guests create new situations keeping the interest at a high pitch.
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THE 'JUNIOR CLASS
In right of achievement the Junior Class since its introduction to the
Sutter Creek Union High School, has made a record, As Freshmen to
begin with, of course, we were the most numerous class. This distinction
we held until the succeeding Freshmen Class took this distinction from us, but
in numbers merely. We still retained our individuality. During our Sopho-
more year, we disciplined the Freshmen as only Sophomores can, but we came
into the fullness of our power during this, our Junior year. Enumerating a
few of our achievements, we have five men on the football team, all letter men,
five on the basketball team and five on the baseball nine. But while our class
is largely made up of husky and athletic boys, the feminine section is also truly
representative. For instance, Ruth Thompson is the typewriting champion,
followed closely by Nellie Accampo. In the competition with the two upper
classes, Ruth Thompson won the Lincoln Memorial Contest with Bayra Rich-
ards and Nellie Accampo coming second and third. Thus modestly, we say
our class gives its full share to the school.
-Nellie Accampo, '26.
Girls' athletics have not drawn the usual interest this year as in former years,
except, as a matter of course, to the girls in school, Basketball is such a strenu-
ous game that it has been given up in our school. But the interest in athletics
is still as intense and fervid as previously. Intramural contests have shown the
eagerness and ability of their participants. More attention has been given to
baseball and tennis and both sports claim many devotees. In the class series
of baseball, the Sophomores have championed over the other classes. We intend
to compete with the neighboring schools in both baseball and tennis in the late
spring. By that time the potential players of the different classes will have had
the opportunity to work together as a unit and develop the elusive "teamwork"
which always brings results in athletics. In the meantime, we are producing
some splendid talent in tennis, and we feel certain that among our girls we shall
find several feminine champions.
-Gemma Streito, '27,
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The Sophomores are always secondary, counting from the bottom, but not
when counting some of the achievements of its members. To begin with, or
rather to continue, we initiated the Freshmen duly, in an exhilarating as well
as exciting manner at the beginning of the term, It was a "classy" event and
they could not have asked for a better time. We were next pleasing hosts Cas
pleasing as could bej, at a delightful dance in honor of our football team. As
a class, we stand out very distinctly Clike a horse at an auto showj from the
other classes. We have three football letter men Call good kickersb, several on
the annual staff, one member of the school debating team, several in the school
orchestra, a large number in the operetta, probably three or four on the baseball
team, and two on the girls' tennis team. Not so bad for a class of but three
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
On September 'l, 1924, the Suttter Creek Union High School was first
graced by our presence as Freshmen. Before we were properly organized the
Sophomores witnessed upon us an initiation of no mean proportions. Not-
withstanding this ordeal, we returned the compliment by entertaining at a
dance on September 26. As soon as we became versed in the usual routine of
the school we called a meeting and when all the odd 'and even votes were
counted, Ronald Cox was found to be President, Douglas Cavagnaro, Vice-
President, and William Perovich, Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Shaw was elected
Class Adviser and the class colors chosen were Blue and Gold. Numerically,
we are the largest class in the school and as far as we are concerned we hold the
same place in other things, Three boys played on the football team and sev-
eral on the second basketball team. Scholastically our successes have been
proportionate to the good standing of the class. On December l9, we defeated
the Sophomores in the inter-class debate on the immigration question. Of
course this is but a brief catalogue of the doings of the Freshman Class: to make
a complete history would require much more space than is alloted to us, so we
will have to be content as we always have been, with these few remarks.
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Baseball has started in earnest at the high school diamond. The school will
be well represented as seven veterans are left from last year's team. The arrival
of new suits has made the ight for the various positions keener than usual.
As the annual goes to press early we willsnot be able to tell about our suc-
cess for the year of l925, but We are stating briefly the record of the team that
represented the school last year. The following line-up represented the school
A. Liddicoat, lf: A. Accampo, cf: A1 Bennetts, rfg F. Daneri, lbg T.
Foster, 2b1 C. Soracco, ssg A. Poe, 3bg F. Solari, cg V. Arnerich, p.
GAMES PLAYED, 1924
Placerville, 6: Lodi, 10: lone, 33 Preston, 173 Jackson, 73 lone, lg Jack-
son, 2: Jackson, 65 Preston, 6. Sutter Creek scores to the foregoing Were:
ll, l, 6, 12, O, ll, 3, O, 8, respectively, Total scores of opponents, 585 total
Sutter Creek scores, 52.
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The past season was probably the most successful one that Sutter Creek has
had for several seasons. From the bottom place in the conference of last year
we rose to the championship of the Mother Lode district, being eliminated by
Auburn who gave Stockton the hardest battle for the state championship in the
semi-Hnals. Although we did not get started until after the holidays, we made
up for it when we did begin. As usual, our iirst game was for practice and we
lost it after three days' training. Throughout the entire season we were greatly
handicapped by the small size of our court. We felt this, especially when we
played fast teams on courts that were of regulation size, and which were of
maximum dimension in some cases. Then, too, the long cold rides were not
always conducive to good conditioning.
During the entire season two full teams turned out faithfully to practice.
Those of the first team were: P. Arnerich, center and captaing V. Arnerich, J.
Levaggi and Daneri were forwards: Poe, Solari and Soracco were guards.
The second squad was composed of Arditto, Biocina, J. Perovich, Liddi-
coat, E. Levaggi Ccaptainj , W. Perovich, Nickley, A. Cassagrande, Cox.
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Harold: "Oh, I know that one! That's the Funeral March."
Leland: "You're right, it was for about two million Germans,"
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cursed him in the poem "Dauber."
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I am liable to tell you."
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John: 'iMrs. Shaw, may I go home?"
Mrs. Shaw: "What for?"
John: "To get my umbrella."
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Emma: "Wait until I get my goat gloves."
Charles S.: "Your goat gloves? What do you mean?
Emma: "Well, I used to call them kid gloves until they got so old."
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And homeward down this stream we go.
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Joe: "No, take the room with you."
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Irma: i'That's nothing, my aunt has a cedar chest."
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fllLet there be no mistake about the appropri-
ateness of calling our advertising section the
"Hold-Up", for truly enough the merchants
who advertise in this annual do actually hold
up and perpetuate its continuance. Therefore,
We take this opportunity to thank them for
their patronage, for this mark of their co-opera-
tion makes this annual possible.
lllWe also wish to thank Mr. Pierce, the foremost
photographer of Amador County, for the com-
plete photographic Work in this volume which
he so generously donated, both in time and
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PATRONIZE YOUR HOME
QI You can start today by opening a savings account
with a dollar.
Many of our depositors who now have substantial
savings accounts, started with a dollar. Start
your money earning interest. Once begun, you
will find the saving habit yielding you more pleas-
ure and satisfaction than you have ever enjoyed.
Safe Deposit Boxes at reasonable rates, a safe
place for your valuable papers.
BANK OF AMADOR COUNTY
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SUTTER CREEK - - CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL EUREKA MINING CO.
ONE OF THE FEW CALIFORNIA
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Some Flavoring Syrups Are Good and Some Are Not. IWC Can Judge
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Come In and Be Comfortable!
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Sutter Creek CALIFORNIA
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Sutter Creek, California
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AMADOR COUNTY TAILOR
SUTTER CREEK CALIFORNIA
MRS. L. LACAMARSINO
MILLINERY - FANCY WORK - DRY GOODS
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Service Station for Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
The Home of Willys-Knight and Overland "4"
CARS FOR HIRE OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING
SUTTER CREEK -------- CALIFORNIA
TI-IE SUTTER CREEK BUTCHER SHOP
Is the Shop XfVl1ere You Get Your Money's XVorth of
SUTTER CREEK ------- CALIFORNIA
LUCOT'S GENERAL MERCHANDISE
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Sutter Creek, California
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ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS
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CHISHOLM AND SOCAL'S GARAGE
SUTTER CREEK :: :: CALIFORNIA
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE
AMADOR CITY, CALIFORNIA
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THE AMADOR 'MERCANTILE CO.
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GENERAL REPAIRING 8z SUPPLIES
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John Deere and Oliver Implements for Horses and Tractors, Also Repairs.
Complete Line of Mining Supplies.
Grain, Cement, "American" Fence.
PLYMOUTH --------- CALIFORNIA
WHEELER BROS. STORE
EDMONDS SHOES A SPECIALTY
I Phone Main 28
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Registered FRUIT STORE
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Plymouth ' ' ' California Sutter Creek - - California
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LADIES' AND MEN'S GROCERIESHQ
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