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Page 39 text:
' T H E -.M iiflgigi if QQ
feel justly proud.
The members of the Girl's League Council are as follows:
OFFICERS OF THE LEAGUE
President ,...... s....,o. r . - .,.. - - - ..........se.... N ovelle Rowland
Vice-President .... - ...... Ethel Sweet
Treasurer ....., .... , -
Er- ---c-Doris Wright
S L W ,Dorothy Graham
Sergeant-at-arms, .... .. .... Merle Rowland
Yell Leader ......... .rLl. L ouise Wood
Song Leader-- -- ---.. .....................r... . ......... Grace Lovejoy
School Beautiful Club .rrr ,,,........... S i .........rr..... ..--Alice Hedden
Program Club.. r C , - - - -
Hospitality Club ,,,...
Loyalty Club ..rr........ ......, L ouise Wood
Social Etiquette Club ..,,r - - ...,r. Esther Stewart
Get Acquainted Clubwa, -hr Rachel Schussmann
Several new typewriters were added to the equipment this year. A new
printing press, M-24, was also purchased for use in the printing of the
annual and other school work.
The typing class was not so successful this year, but a very good record
was made. The following is the result of first year students:
Evelyn Snow .... .r... E ureka ..... ,,,. 5 5 Words per min.
Leonard Collins- .... ....r F erndale ...... lrrr 4 5 " " "
Ethel Sweet , ...r. - ..... A roata .r.,.. ..l,r 4 6 " " "
Charlotte Fuller ....r ...... F erndale ..... -.,--9 errors
Evelyn Snow ...... - ....... ......, E ureka ....... .. ............... 10 "
James Larsen .. .......... - ..,...l .Arcata ........................ 10 "
The commercial department plans to organize a commercial club next year.
This will be in keeping with other clubs, and some of its objectives will be
to establish a school bank for the development of the thrift movement, to
take charge of all ticket-selling campaigns, to furnish collectors at all games,
plays, and entertainments, and to do typing for all departments of the school.
Other duties and objectives are to be outlined after the organization of the
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Page 38 text:
ix ADVANCE ,1
THE GlRL'S LEAGUE
The Girls' League, organized by Miss Nina Graham, is a newly created
institution in our school this year. At a meeting of all the girls early in the
year, Miss Graham outlined the purpose and plans of such an association,
with the result that everyone thought it a very good plan and became great-
The purpose of this organization is to foster the ideals of true woman-
hood and to further all activities of the school and the community. It shall
at all times try to promote a feeling of good sportsmanship, fellowship, and
service among girls.
To make possible a greater degree of cooperation, the larger league,
which is composed of all girl students and women faculty members, is divid-
ed into six smaller clubs or committees, with acliairman and a faculty spon-
sor for each. Working under this system the girls become better acquainted
with each other and everyone has an equal chance in various activities of
Much has already been accomplished by the committees. Many interesting
programs have been given by the Program Club for the League meetings
which are held monthly. Our feeling of sportsmanship and welcome toward
visiting teams has been shown to a greater degree by means of the lunches
served them by the Hospitality Club, and the appearance of the school has
been greatly improved through the efforts ofthe members of the School
Beautiful Club. The Loyalty, Social Etiquette, and Get-Acquainted Clubs
have also accomplished much. The important social event of the League
was the Hi-Jinks, which was held cn the evening of January 16th in the
gymnasium. It was proclaimed a great success by everyone who attended.
Representatives were sent from our school to the Girl's League Conven-
tion in Eureka. They reported that althcugh cur league is very young, it
is as far advanced as any which were represented at the convention. This
shows that our league will become an organization of which our school may
,e Q ff not on
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THE HI-Y CLUB
The Hi-Y club was organized in Arcata late last fall under the super-
vision of Mr. H. B. Leslie, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. of Eureka.
The Hi-Y is the high school branch of the Y. M. C. A. Its purpose is to
create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high
standards of Christian character, holding for its slcgan: clean living, clean
speech, clean athletics, and a contagious Christian character.
President ...... e ,,,.......,..... Truman Wood
Vice-President ..., ....... E ugene Hessel
Secretary ...r... .... A drian Anderson
Treasurer.. c..... M, sc.. Leonard Guthridge
Athletic Manager .s... -. .s.. -George McNeill
Leader and Adviser- .c.s -A ...... Mr. Lyle Alison
Many things have been accomplished during the year. On September 23
the Hi-Y gave a reception to the freshman, at which time talks were given
to the boys and refreshments served. During the Father and Scn's
Week, banquets were planned in the different churches fcr the uniting of
young men and their dads. The feature of this evening was the special
boy's talk from a Los Angles broadcasting station. A Hi-Y basket-ball
team was organized during the basket-ball season, and it is proud of the
invincible record which has been established.
The ideals of the club were furthered by the creation of a Junior Hi-Y,
which is under the leadership cf Mr. George C. Booth. This club, too, is
growing very rapidly, and so far in their athletic career they have held up
the Hi-Y record by not losing a game to the Eureka Hi-Y. .
BOYS "A" CLUB
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
Oren Frankie .........,. President ................. Nat Evans
Nat Evans .r.. ....... , Vice-Pres. ....,.. Byard Chamberlain
Versell Cole ...i, ., ...... Sec. SL Treas. ....,c... Fred Tomlinson
The "A" Club began the third year of its existence when President
Frankie called a meeting on September 23, 1925. Twenty-two members
responded, and plans were made for the selling of hot-dogs and ice-cream
at the foot-ball games.
On January 11, at another meeting, arrangements were made for the
annual "A" Club party, which was held on January 23 this year.
Every year the club presents a sweater to each of the graduating boys
who has earned a block "A" in any branch of athletics at sometime during
his high school career. This year sweaters will be given to those seniors
who have won block letters.
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