Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)

 - Class of 1929

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TILL -EHSHW.. . --.t!f55'."fz'5Qf 'MW YOUR OWN PHOTOGRAPH J1imhQQ my tho wqg Ll 4mV Clmmm '39 of Nkuatn Umion High Schoo DEDIOATION This Book Mothered by Necessity and Fathered by Pereerverence is dedicated to the Spirit of the Pioneer without which our Nation would not have been. This Spirit the Guide of our Mayflower Anceetore the Inspiration of the Men of '76 the Urge of our Fathers of '49- surviving in some Members of the Senior Claes of '29- hee been the impelling ceuee of This Advance. FOREWORD We the class of 1929 in publishing our an- nual, the 0AdvenceW, have attempted to solve the financial problems which must be met by many small high schools. Our book represents the work of the school. It is hand-made. The printing was done on the multigraph machine by the annual eteff and other students. The art work wee made poesible through the advice end help of Mies Pearl Dogenhert of the Art Department. The drawings for the blocks were mede by etudente of the Art Department, and the blocke were out by the students. The photographs were taken by Mr. Wood of the feculty. The books were aeeembled and bound by the membore of the class of Public Speaking and Drametice. When it was first decided to publish a year book of this kind, the staff thought that it would be presumptuous to call it the nedvancon, but upon going to the files, we found that our high echool had put out an nndvanceuevery year beginning with the year 1901. While these books for the lest eight years have been rather uniform in expense and appearance, the annuals for the years preceding were characterized by nothing except variability. With this in our minds and love for any tra- dition that has grown about Arcata Union High School, in our hearts, we have called this book the 'Advanoe0. Each member of the annual staff, to the best of his ability, hae performed the duties to which he was elected. In publishing this, our first hand made VAd- vanee',we have endeavored to make a book to which in the future years we may turn and re-live with pleasure our happy high school days. - We thank you for your co-operation in this work. The Editorial Staff llr. Albert Of. Coopergidur Mr. John W. -Boggs!!-V ' . Q-if: f'- jg ltr., Irvenffimtvin gi? mx fJohr1rsE:.Wiigiqra ..-f. 4 'mms Luoilild if llibs Hina Mies Lillian Hagopian . '- i-agp: mr. Allen Ham . uri. .Enid s . Hollistar Mr. F. S. Howard ' Mr. 0. Elford Jacobs Mr. W. Bryan McKittriok Etsy Gertrude Manda Irs. 0. H. Nixon 'fm "1'f"gSY?"?P1H - Bvngamih wa. mini 'l'a.1taa"?RL' ' . . 5-1' - ,',fg,,,5,. -F .' ' " 1 . F . V , 3- V , .P .. S: H1i:4.Lamg:1,f , I ' 'Y " 1,- 7 XA r 1 1 ! . A195 'Y ' 'E' Eliiffjfg i Q.. i?f'1.f fi-iQ 5 s, K A iv-5? 15 fl'-EISQ . V if 425:52 ' r 11--f p -- . aux 4 r 55 ' i-.A I .,,. V I 'li 1 LL'-5 .-ai. A . 'AM- -if! ' At.. fl 1 1 FFL if e I 1 I . --, . n 1--way., -x FIRST SEMESTER Eeon Meade Dale Merriam Lois Henningeen Arnold Cooper SENIOR OFFICERS President Vice-president fl Atheletio Manager uecretary and Treasurer 1111 it -rx ,, SECOND SEMESTER Chester Stromberg Louie Pontoni Mercedes Moore Arnold Cooper MMENOEMENT Olass History of '29 Just as our great grandparents immigrated to Humboldt County in '49 and overcome hardr shipeto settle themselves more comfortuhly and permanently, we--ae freshmen--enporieneod prec -tically the same feeling of pioueerinr flee Q, ull V el we stormed Arcata High as freshmen. We found the new life entirely different from that to which we were accustomed. However, it was not hard to learn to do the tashe that were asked of ue. The pioneer did not only work, he had his pleasures to add to the chronicled of his time so we--as underolaesmen-began to branch out into different activities as our greet grand- fathers did. Some went into sports, helping our teams to win championships which are very dear to Our hearts: others joined the dramatic club, while still others turned to music and played in the band and orohestree. Finding this new life very pleasing we continued each succeeding year to try to better our previous year'e record. Friendships were made which will be kept throughout our life-timeg friends that we have made here will never be forgotten as long as we Journey onward through life. When our grandparents had their hardships to overcome they all met together and worked out the easiest possible solution for the dif- ficulty. We--as olaeemates--did this, perhaps not in the same manner but at least we aocompe lished the same results. Altogether we have shared work and pleasure alike and have accomplished a great deal in learning to assume responsibility. Certainly the members of our class are not as famous oe our forefathers have become: but time, oppore tunlty, and fame may elect to honor some of our number before many years have passed. Jeannette Barter. JEANNETTE BARTER long Leader: Girls' League and Latin Club Clube: Latin, Dramatic, Com ercial Drame Festival, UHer Boyd Music Yeetivals, '27 '28 '29, nToreedoren Bond Jeannette may be called our cong- eter for she hae served A.U.H.S. in this oepeoity many times. Sho hee been n mem- ber of the bend for two years and hee led the singing for th6 Girls' League one the Latin Club. She hae appeared in ell musical productions of the echool ond hee contributed greatly to tho success of theee entertainments. Jeannette'e ambition ie to become a vocal music teacher. Her childhood em- bition IIB 'to eingn, and elnoe she has retained and worked for this objective for this length of timeg it ie only ree- eoneble to conclude that euoceee will oroen her efforts. Jeannette looks forward to attending the College of the Pacific at Stockton. HMHRY BIXLER Clube: Excalibur, Dramatic Football, '28 Band nleming of the Shrewn The graduation of this boy will be e blow from which the Arcete High School will he elow to recover. He Ill ever e quiet otudioue lad, though I must confene hie thoughts have often strayed from the printed page to dreams of aero- plenee, bnlloone, and giant dirigiblee: for hie ambition ie to be an evietor. Hoverthelooe he has played an import- ant port in high school life. In hi! participation in various school organ- inetiono ouch ee the Band, Excalibur Club, ond Dramatic Club, he leave! an enviable record. Outside the oloeeroom he ie known for his cheery dlepoeitiong he talk! incessantly of Lindbergh who eeeml to he his idonl of the perfect man. Be eleo claims that he ie a great fish- ermeng however, we doubt that he hae ever caught anything more than a cold. Although we are sorry that the A.U.H.S. shell lose auch on aeeet, ll are glad that aviation shall goin euoh promising new material, and we expect someday to hear of a nBlxler and Lind- bergh Corporetionn. OAROLYN CARTER Athletic Manager, Freshman Claes Fortuna Loyalty Club Although Carolyn has been with ue only one year, she has made herself popular among her classmates, and Arcat Union High School is proud to claim her as one of the Glass ef '29. Carolyn comes to us after three years at Fortuna High School where she made her nFn in athletics, taking part in interechool and interclass baeehall basketball, and track. She has always enJoyed athletic activities to a great extent. Her favorite sport is hiking. This Senior belongs to our group of national girls--those with red hair, white akin, and blue syse. May their patriotic colors never fade! Uaro1yn's childhood ambition was to be an artist. New she expects to at- tend college and will study to be a teacher. As her favorite historical hero is Lincoln, and her motto, 'If at first you don't succeed, Try, try again',-- we predict success for her. it MARY IVORE CARTER Treaeursr Sophomore Clase Secretary and Treasurer Senior Class Clube:-eUommeroia1, Dramatic Mary is a member of our Senior Claes who has established hor reputation as an individualist, and so we predict a great future for her. The fact that she in undecided about her life-work shows that she ie not narrow-minded. She would just as soon be the presi- dent of the United States, or a movie- actross, or do nothing at all. Alec, che intends to go to college, but does not hncw where. That is another sign of bread-mindedneas, since it really dooen' matter what college you go to as long as you get away from home and the dear old folhe. Mary can have a good time at any college: eo why ehould she be proud. 4 Like the Prince of Wales, Mary'e favorite sport in horse-back riding, but we can trust her to ride through college and life much more safely than His Royal Highness. C ie ARNOLD COOPER Vice-president Boye' League President Sophomore Clase President NAU Club Athletic Manager: Freshmen, Sophomore, end Senior Student Judge end Council member '28 Clube:--Dramatic, WAu,Commercial E Band, Football, '28 - Basketball, '26, '27, '28, '39 Track, '27, '28, '29 WThe 15th Chcirn Direct from Arkansas came o tall lanky boy by the nemo of Arnold Cooper. This youth hee cost the Arccte Union High School n large cum of money for medals which he hes won in all branches of sports, but he has peid beck eomc of it by assisting John E. Elmore, our meet beloved 'Trign teacher, who finde it herd to keep seven students buey. Arnold'e prowess in athletics has been supremely valuable to A.U.H.S. Besides making four letters in basketball, and one in football in hic fourth year, he has won four gold medals in track, or ' made for A.U.H.S. a score of 15 points, helping to win an additional 5. In other words, he dlmoet won the track meet single-handed. We predict great things for him in track this yenr.t Arnold expecte to attend the Univer- sity of Arknneee where he will follow in his fethor's footsteps studying to become a surgeon. -ALFRED CHRISTIE . Athletic Manager of Junior Clues Commercial Club Alfrcd'e quiet personality hee been- n rial nc4ct.to'A.U.H.S. which'hc hee' cttondcl Jer four yfmrs. he is a meme hor of the Commercial Cluh but ie un- decided whether to continue his studio or to engage in e commercial-cr'nn, agricultural career. A ' . An unusually good student, he holds the respect of students and teachers alike, for his quiet mcnnere'nnd unob- trusive ways do much to keep him-in high esteem. 4 A1fred'e favorite hietoricel.char- nctzr in Abraham Lincoln, and like his great hers, Alfred has the character- istics of application cnd industry ' that ccnirihuie no largely to-success. Nihere the high heart no magnify, Ani the euro vision cclcbratey Ani worship greitneee passing by, Ourselves ure great.' KARL COOPERIDER Btudent Body Vice-president and Publicity Manager '28 Secretary Freshman and Sophomore Claeeee Secretary Excalibur Club Vice-president Dramatic Club Band, Orchestra Basketball, '28,'29 Track ,'26,'28 Clube:--Excalibur, Dramatic, Hi-y nNevertheleeen, HGooee Hangs Highn, 'Thirteenth Chairn, nlceboundn, HNot Quite Such a Gooeen Interechoolaetic Debate Karl hae made e nnme for himself in many were. In the first place he hee been an excellent performer in all mne- ical contests and progreme of Arceta High School, and the last two years have eeen him taking important parte in the dramatic prcductione. He hee been a member of the beeketbell and track teams and hee eerved his eohool ably in many capacities. Karl ie a good student, an excell- ent athlete, a good actor, and e fine musician. Ie it any wonder that we hate to lose him? BREW '-1 ,W SHIRLEY DOWHING Treasurer Commercial Club Clube:--Dramatic, Commmorciel Beni, Urcheeire nmnch Ado About Nothingn HNot Qnite Such e Cooueu Shirley hee spent all her high school yeere nt Arente. During these four yenre che hen taken pert in different 'leye, in various clubs, and hee been an outetnnd ing member cf the bend and orchestra. The Weil of her Saxophone hee been n treat in many programs ae well ae in the oohool'e Jazz Orchestre. Shirley in noted for being able to obtain whatever icr whomever? che goes after. This ability ie duo to her Sweet Disposition and her Winning Smile. Ae e child, her ambition wee to be e School- teeehcr, but the yeere have changed her. Old Meidinh Ideas and she new hee the image of Tillie, the Toiler, before her- which ambition means e Snappy Stenograph- or in come Millionaire'e Office. We hope that the Winning Smile will eo captivate the Millionaire that che will live in the Lap of Luxury ever after. HAZEL DUBEAULT Secretary Latin Club Clube:-Commercial, Latin In all her work, Hezol has a pleasant attitude and all she attempts to do is carried out successfully. She is a girl of sweet disposition and wherever she goes she makes many friends. She has lived all her life in Humboldt County and has spent four ysers st Arcate Union High School. Hazel won the third prize in the Prohibition Essay Contest in '27, and hor name has appeared on the honor roll several times. One of the quietest girls we know, never ennenvoring to astound tho world with her knowledge in a classroom, but usually ready with the right answer when called upon, in Hazel, and we predict that she will find a solution for all of 1ife's problems. MARGARET FAY Clubs:-Dramatic, Commercial Th6I'6 will 'DG 8. vacant 868.13 on T Samoa bus when Margaret receives her diploma. Margaret has years to Arcnto Hi ond by hor classmates when MargLrot's ambition in gone all four will be misss sho loaves. to be n soars tary, and ns gentlnm n prefer blonde we expect hor to make a good stenc- grnpher. Sho plone on Eureka Business College Mnrgarot's favorite UHitoh your wagon to n expect that sho will re ive before her Journey entering the in the fell. quotntion.is, stern, and we meh this objeo through life i over. Her favorite literary heroine Joan of Arc. We trust that life will prove more kind to Msrgiret then to Joan, but Joan's spirit may be as in- spiring for the girl of the twentieth century as it was to one of the fif- teenth. ""' '9 TF 53557 l . EDWARD FORSYTH VEBDA GETUHELL ' tio Ulub Band, Orchestra itll '25, 2? lith our graduating class goes the ling face of Edward Forsyth 'Eddie ynother local boy, having lived ine 3 even the Freshmen seem to real- ihnt they have a good friend in him 1 35, . Mt all his life. He is very well RQ hge represented the school three Gil!! in hand contests, helping to back honors each time. There is e. Qt of football pante out in the dress- room with the initials E.F.on them, tnit is suspected that they belonged while he was a member of the team. Ghildhood ambitions often fade Anyone, several years ago, lhhnrd what he wanted to be receive the answer, ' But now he hopes to forces of the Merchant Mar- of his friends any he will of a large eteamship many years have passed. ' 'y'deee .. GORDON HADLEY President Boys' League '29 President Sophomore Class '27 Council member '27, 728 Vice-president Boys' UA' Club Consul of Latin Club '28, '29 Band Clubs:-Boys'UAn, Dramatic, Commercial, Latin Track Basketball '26, '27, '28, '29 Baseball '27, '28, '29 Sophomore Athletic Manager '27 nSham', Nlceboundn, 'Goose Hangs High' Gordon Hedley entered A.U.H.S. in 1925. From his very first dey he was well-liked, and his popularity has grown with the years. His first bid for fame occurred when he made the limited basketball team and track squad during his Freshmen yeer: then for three suc- cessive years he was a source of anxiety to the coaches of ell op- posing teams in the County. For thus representing A.U.H.S. in bssketbsll for four years, he hes been awarded a gold medal. Gordon's favorite historical char- acter is Robin Hood, but it is only lately that he has found Maid Marion, though there have been many sspirants to the role. Gordon expects to attend the College of the Pacific where he will study engineering. We feel sure that his ebllity end personality will make him successful there as they have here. LEHORE HALVORSEN Bend Clubs:-wBio1cgy, Commercial, Social Lcnore has been ambitious and studious during her four years at H High School. As s result sho ist-is ccncidored an excellent student by all of her teachers und classmates, and has hed her nemo on the Honor Roll almost every quarter. Her mild disposition and sweet manner - ' hevo wen the respect of all those who have como in contact with her, and the Arcete High is losing a 4 student who is genuinely true blue. ' Lencro's childhood ambition was to be e teacher, but she has changed her mind and new considers nursing ' her life vocation. Whatever her ul, timcto chcicc of Q profession may bc, we src certain that Lcncre will be" e success in life. Presidono Glrl ' AWh19V9m0Ht Club Treasurer Girls ' Lnague Chairman Hospitality Club Quaeator Latin Clua 27 Secretary Junioz Class Student Council Clubs: Dramwblc G rls' AChlCf6m01t, 'Latin 'The Fla YCILT Wold ' nLO1CBCmB L1ke.' Just as good pioneers mlgrated to California in 1849 a few good eett 1are,migratod Po Humboldt Coon Tho aettlex vo bw o reference Harrie--camo to bH'o county from Whliw Greek in attended for four evidence a leader her abillty to rot 1H to second which sho d mon + Q ed in the She has also taken the role woman, a.d has obtalned aoti in the Dramatic club for her As well as boing g good talented pianist Joan is a She has played on the girls' volleyball teams winning er later holdin the ident AGHES JOHNSON Clube:-Commercial, Latin Chairman School Beautiful Club Secretary Letin Club Three things are Gear to Agnes' heart: English IV, beautiful euncete, end moonlight nights, and oho ondeare herself to other: by hor pleasant WSYB and unfailing courtesy. Agnes' scholarship ic eo well re- cognized that hor opinions are valued highly among her claoemctee. When e question of accuracy arieoe, it ie no uncommon occorrznco for someone to eey,nWe'll ooh Agcoo.u She hee dietin- guiehed herself in Mr.Hem'e Civics class, and was one of the two etudente who qualified for the League of Nations' examination. 'If to do were ee easy ae to know what were good to dow hee no meaning for Agnes. She seems nto known and 'to do' without any difficultyg eo we pre- dict a eucoeeeful career for her as a teacher which che hopee to become. Agnes expects to attend Humboldt state Teachers' College. We are glad that Arcane ien't going to lose her even though our high eoheol ie. LOEEIE JOHNSON Ccmmofcicl Club Lorena ie one of thoeo quiet retiring girls, who arc well-liked by hor olaxsmgtcsl She has epent Fa1: 5: ro at Arcetx Union High S htel aol mill he gvzitly missed by hu: follow otudonls and teachers. Her favorite historical hero ie Abraham Lincoln and liku him She has we had fxithfully :id steadily, put- ting hor Lost effort into her work. Loren: his decided to be n commercial tcccher :ml so she will amber the Pacific Union College. Hoy che ouccccd there as well ae sho has hero. ll For :ho ie just the quiet kind whose natures never vory.H IAYII KILTIIR Council Member tublieity d er Student oounci Assistant Editor Pepperbox Bditcr Advtnce Club!!--Rxtalibur, Dramatic Bieech Fee Oration ' onesome Like' As far as ability towards his work is concerned, Wayne has 'It'. He was a rather baehful freshman, shy sophomore, becoming Junior, but in his Senior year, he found his stride. His first position was in the Bt dent Council, where he became acquainted with the functions of school life, which at the same time, prepared him for the posi- tion of Publicity Manager, which he has handled most efficiently. In thiBM capacity in the cabinet of President Patenaude, he flourished like a water lily. It was due to his utmost en- deavors that the Seniors have a grad- uation book: since he was chosen as the editor. Whyne, however, is known for his writings more than anything else. As an assistant editor to the Pepperbox, he wielded a heavy pen and turned out excellent, scorching editorials, and these thoughtful writings lock promis- ing toward his life work as a Journalist. Nor is he a silent boy since his fiery words won praise in his eration given at the Humboldt State Teachers College. Since he is far too short to realize his boyhood ambition of becoming a cowboy, we wish him luck as a Journalist. 1 CARL KJER Secretary Agricultural Club Manual Training Exhibition 'Still waters run deep'. Carl is one of those students who do big things but care not for the praise of others. This shows that he is philosophically inclined. His gen- ial disposition has made life at Ar- cata Union High School more pleasant for his fellow students. Es has great possibilities as a dramatistg if you doubt this, ask Miss sample. she emi . tell you that she has had none like him. Carl is a very active member of the Agricultural Club and Boys' Langue. He held the office of secretary for the Agricultural Club and participated in the Fortuna Poultry Judging Contest. Carl's childhood ambition was to become a railroad engineer, but he has changed his views and has decided to become a machinist. Considering his natural ability and his industry we are sure that he will prove a success in whatever he undertakes. il DAVID LEROY The personality of David Leroy has been firmly established since he left Fortu a and came to Arcata High. The fact that he is an individualiet is proved by his choice of historical character-Count Toletoig add to this his preference for history and civies and we are justified in concluding that we shall hear from him at some future time. Hs is also Arcata High's leading mathematician. If you don't believe this, ask Mr Elmore. David's hobby is auto mechanics and his favorite sport is huntingg as he didn't say what we may natur- ally suppose that he means nuts. We'1l all agree that there are plenty of them to be seen during the hunting season. He reports that some of them are even deer. He d1dn't say whether he has made a killing yet or not. Success to you, David! EDITH KRISTENSEN Clubs:--Dramatic, Commercial 'Iceb0undN, nThe Flelleriug Wordn Edith Kristeneen or nEdyN as we all know her, has been e student of our school for all four yearn. She has wo! her active membership in the Dramatic Club. Who will forget 'Netticu in Nlcebeund' or the loquscicue uwre Zook- eru in UThe Flettering Wordu? UElyU ie also a valuable member of the Girls' League und Commercial Club which organ izetione would find it difficult tr hav e program without Edith. Szme buzinees man will be lucky :her 'Edyn applies for a positicu GS privm e eecretsryg ehe intends to follow thls vocation me her life work. Contrary to the belief that Ulonds prefer blue, Edith'e fuvoriic flower is the red rose. Her favorite literary hero is Den Hur. The school will lose much of its sunshine when Edith graduates but we wish her all the luck in the world for her future work. LYDIA LOVEJOY Song Leader:-Girls' League, Latin Club Member Student Council '29 Band, Orchestra Clubs:-Dramatic,Latin Typing team '27,Music Festival '27 'Toreadorsn Lydia, or NLiddyH as she is known to her friends-although quiet and reticent about Arceta High School- hae been an asset to the class to which che belongs. She was decided- ly essential to the Chorus, Sextette, and Mixed double quartette during her Freshmen and Sophomore years, and dur- ing the last two years she has played the baesoon in the band, and journeyed to San Francisco with them to State Contests. ERMA Mo ELWAIN Vice-president Sophomore Clooe Girls'Athletic Manager Glee Club Band Two years ago Erma was iransfer- red to ue from Woodland High School. Since then she has been a faithful member of the Arcata Union High School Student Body. Sho has played on the basketball, volley bell, and baseball teams. Her ambition as yet, ie un- dsoidodg but we will not worry as the SCOtCh always manage to finish with high honors. Wo recommend a posi- tion on the UColloge HumornStaff for Ermag so thot her Scotch Jokes can be used to the best advantage. EILEEN McCURDY Orchestra Eileen is a sweet, quiet girl whose absence from Arcata Union High School will be felt much more than any one realizes. Her ready smile and willing cooperation have won their way into the hearts of her classmates and whether it is a question of playing for the Girls' League program or helping one of the orchestras, Eileen is always ready. These same qualities will do much to insure her success as a teacher of music which she hopes to become. For such a gentle soul, Eileen's favorite quotation has in it an element of surprise, 'Don't foul, don't shirk, but hit the line hard'ghowever, this ex- plains her courageous attitude toward life. JOBEPHINE McCURDY Girls' League Orchestra '28, '29 Josephine, like her twin sis- ter, Eileen, will also be missed at dear old A.U.H.S.g but our loss will be the college's gain, for both girls expect to attend H m- boldt State Teachers College. These girls have vied with one another all through their High School course in trying to ees which one possesses the most feminine virtues. A decision would be very hard to make as they are both attractive, charm- ing lasses, always ready to help friend or teacher. Josephine's historical heroine is Joan of Arc. May her ln- domitable spirit contribute to Josephine's success! EBON MEADE Student Body Attorney '28, Vice-president '29 Boys' League Beoy. and Tress.'28, Vice-president '29 Clubs:-Dramatic, 'A' Football '27, '28 Basket ball '28, '29 Baseball '28 Although Eson has attended Aroata High only two years, he has made a name for himself during this time. A distinctive honor won by this stu- dent was the securing of first place in the State Essay Contest sponsored by the Deputations Committee of the University of California. He also represented the school ably in the Interschool Debate of 1928. Meade has won notice in athletics as he was named a member of the all-county football and basketball teams. He has also participated in baseball, tennis, and track. Meade hopes to be a lawyer. Consider ing his unusual range of ability and accomplishment, we predict a successful career for him. Eson has been noticeable for his shy- ness toward the ladies tthie was not ap- parent during his first yearl. We sin- cerely hope that some member of the fair sex may be successful in breaking down J this attitude which may be partly ex- plained by his favorite quotation:-- nEver let the fancy roam Pleasure never is at home.0 DALE MERRIAM President and Treasurer Freshman Class President and Secretary Excalibur Club Vice-president Senior Class . Student Judge Clubs:--Excalibur, Dramatic, UA' Band Basketball '2?, '28, '29 Track '27 Baseball '27, '28, '29 Dale is n boy that no hate to lose as he has become a vary important part of our school in all of its various departments: athletics, student govern- ment, social functions, and hand. In regard to personality, Dale is all that could be wished for, as he has characte and dignity and is always considerate of his classmates. As editor of the Pepper Box he has shown considerable executive ability and a willingness to work. He has not stated what phase of activity he will favor w-ith' his august endeavors in later life but we predict' a great future for him as a marathon winner. He also would no doubt be very succesefull as the manager of one of Broadway's Follies as he has always had considerable influence with the fairer sex. ELIZABETH IDA MILLER Clubs:--Commercial, Latin, Girls' Achievement Elizabeth has been a general favor- ite among her classmates. She has faithfully upheld the honors of the Arcata Union High School. She has spent four years at Arcata Union High School, putting her best ef- forts into her work and has gained a place for her name on the Honor Roll. She has taken an active interest in sth letice, playing basketball, baseball, soccer, and volley ball. Her child- hood ambition was to be a teacher, but she has since decided to become a steno- grapher and will enter the Eureka Busi- ness College. Quiet and studious, but with the ability of being able to do the work required of her, undoubtedly this girl will always be successful. 'Slow but sure, she's won her way, And a true staunch friend, her classmates say.' M RCEDES MOORE Freshman Class President Senior Treasurer Girls' Athletic Manager Senior Class Secretary Student Body Council Social Etiquette Club Chairman 'Toreadors', Glee Club Mercedes' ready smile will long be remembered by her classmates after sho has left Arcata High. Her cheery die- pnsition and refined manner have won her many friends in every class. She ' has taken part in many school activities and has proved herself efficient in whatever she has undertaken. As chairs man of the Social Etiquette club she took ever the responsibility of arrange ing for the noon dances, which have been enjoyed by everyone. Although her childhood ambition was to be e teacher, she has changed her plans and intends to take up steno- graphy at Armetrong'e College where she will be as popular and sucessful as she has been here. We feel great apprehension for her Commercial career, however, for it is practically impossible to think that the stronger sex will allow such an attrac- tive girl to remain long in business life. KATHLEEN MURRAY Clubs:-Commercial, Biology Kathleen has lived in Humboldt County all her life and has attended the Arcata Union High School the past four years. She is a Jolly girl, who makes her classmates and friends laugh with merriment at her humorous sayings. ' uKatW, as she is called by her friends, desires to be another Elaine. That'e what we think, because her favorite literary hero is Sir Launce- lot. Perhaps she will meet a second Sir Launcelot as an employer when she is seeking for a position as a steno- graphsrg for she plans to become one by attending the Eureka Business Col- lege. We know that HKatu has the abil ity to get on the good side of Mr. Craddock and that he will find a hand- BOIBB BlIlp10y6I' for hm". ADELE NIX Clubs:-- Dramatic, Latin, Achievement, Commercial Pepperbox Staff nThe Thirteenth Chairn, uMuch Ado About Nothing' Adele, better known as NNixieW has attended Arcata High School for four years. She has received her active membership in the Dramatic Club which is demonstrated by the little pin all active members wear. She has taken part in two plays, 'The Thirteenth Chair,n and nmuch Ado About Nothing'. 'Nixien is popular in Athletics as she has helped represent Arcata in the Play Day fest at College for four years. In our own gym Adele is always on the floor when there is an inter- olass game to be played and her gentle voice can always be distinguished urging the players on and encouraging the opposing teams. Adele's favorite class is Civics and her ability to produce evidence entitles her to a position of politi- cal importance. A11 facts considered, however, we predict a successful future for Adele. She expects to attend Humboldt State Teachers College and to follow nursing as a vccation.b VAL PARTON Boys' League President, '29 Council Member, '28, '29 Football, '27, 'ZBL '29 Track, '28, '29 Boys' HAH Club This yenr's graduating class will include one of the most striking in- dividusls Aroata Union High School has ever produced, Val Parton. Al- though he has been n trifle bashful at times, he has never failed to do his bit toward student welfare. Per- haps Val is best known for his ready threat to smash someone, and the big- ger they come the harder they fall! Hs has the enviable ability to settle ell arguments in his favor. His participation in student govern- ment has been very similar to the slo- gan of the famous Goue system --bigger and better every year--and has finally led him into responsible positions such as president of the Boys' League and bailif in the student body cabinet. Val claims that his intention is to be an electrical engineer, but many of his classmates think that with the acquisition of a moustache he has great possibilities as a Rudolph - Valentino. CLYDE PATENAUDE President Student Body '28 Secretary and Treasurer Boys' League '89 Clubs:--Excalibur, Dramatic, NAU, Latin Football '28, Basketball '29 Manual Training Exhibition Speech Fest, WMuch Ado About Nothing', UHer Boy' Clyde has spent all his high school years at Arcata where he has excelled in his studies, led the organizations of which he is a member, and contributed to our sports. Altogether he is an out- standing student with many desirable qualities which have meds him popular among the students and which will con- tribute generously to the life work which he has chosen for himself--that of a professor. C1yde's childhood ambition was to be a banjo player and it is with deep regret that we note the decline in his ambition and earning capacity as a good banjo player makes at least six times as much as a professor. We advise Clyde to reconsider his choice and if possible to interest Mr.Wood in his old and latent talent, MAYEEL PRITCHETT Commercial Club Haybol hoo opont all hor high oohocl career ob Arooto Union High School whore sho hoo always been an interested mambo? in the the Commoroiol Club. Her ambition who to booomo a now, upon grmiuotion who course no the College of affairs of childhood nuroo'nand will take a the Pacific after which who will enter lho St. Fromcio Eompitnl for nmroo'o train- ing. Tnykol'o fmvorito sport ia ten- nis, Emi who BURNS to bo morn inter- DJi3f in mxoiml aabivilies. Wherever hor sud bond io soon, you generally hoax lnnghiow moi notice signs of oooivoiliiy, ELIZABETH PUZZ Com ercial Club Although E1izabeth's favorite expression is UOh, you make me ao mad,' wo know better, as sho has a sweet diepoaition and a 'never-give- upu attitude toward hor work. Eliza- beth is quiet and otudioue, and an Weasyrto-got-along-withn typo of girl. Her ambition has always been to ongnge in some branch of commer- cial work, and so for she has worked toward that goal. Elizabeth has gone four yoora to this high aohool, doing her bit io carry out an share of work that hos boon allotted her. Sho looks forward to attending Business College, where sho will study to be a private secretary. LOUIS PONTONI Agricultural Club, '27, '26 Football, '27, '28 Track, '28 Louis Pontoni has lived in Hum- boldt County all his life, and has spent his last four years with us in Arcata Union High School. Ae a stu- dent he cannot be excelled, but his hashfulness where girls are concerned has left him out of the Dramatic Club ond some of the more frivolous activi- ties. Louis has literary ability which he demonstrated when he contri- buted nThe View From Our High School' to the 1928 WAdvanoe'. When it is a question of Agricul- ture, Louie yields place to no one. He was president of this Club in 1927 and Vice-president in 1928. He also dis- played his knowledge Of judging poul- try at the Ferndale Fair. In athletics, Louis has been ac- tive in football in 1927, and '28, and was a member of the track team of '28. Where is he going from here? louis intends to specialize in agri- culture, so he will continue his studies at the California Agri- cultural College at Davis. JUANITA REEVES President Girls' League, '28, '29 President Junior Class President Commercial Club, '29 Student Body Treasurer, '29 Vice-president Student Body, '28 Clubs:--Achievement,Latin, Dramatic, Commercial Juanita has lived all her life in Humboldt County and has spent all her high school years at Arcata High. She has taken part in a number of school activities and has held many respon- sible offices. When asked to what clu she belonged, she stated, 'All but the Boys' League and the Excalibur C1ub,' and this reply is characteristic of thi wide range of her interests and her abilities. Some of the responsible offices she has held are--President of the Com ercial Club, President of the Girls' League, Student Body Treasurer, and Assistant Camp Fire Guardian. Be- sides holding these positions of importance, she has represented Our school most ably in athletics and in the Speech Fest. She was also one of the delegates sent by our school to the Girls' League Convention which was held at Santa Rosa and she was the pre- siding officer of our Girls' League when the different delegates were enter tained here. Although her childhood ambition was to be a nurse, she has chosen inter- ior decorating for her life work. She expects to attend an architectural school st Los Angeles. UILDRED EDITH ROBINSON Student Council '29 Girls' League Council '28 Treasurer Commercial Club '28 Program Chairman Commercial Club '29 Clubs:--Dram tic, Girls' Achievement, J Commercial Wuuch Ado About Nothingn, Wmanikin and linikinn, Speech Arts Declamation lildred's favorite quotation is 'Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alonen. She lives up to this, in that she has laughed her way through four years of high school here in Arcata, and everyone has laughed with her. Mildred has been very active and interested in athletics. She has taken part in every Play Day held at H.S.T.G., has won the Girls' Athletic Contest for two years, and has played basketball, baseball, and volley ball every year while in high school. Mildred has always wanted to be a nurse and we know that she will be a success-especially if she is assigned to the men's ward. ABEL RDCHA Boys' League Secretary and Treasurer '29 Student Body Yell Leader '26,'28 Council Member '27,'28 Clubs:--Excalibur, 'An Commercial, Dramatic Band Football '27,'28 Track '29 Basketball '27,'28,'29 We have few like Abe and we hate to lose him. That is the opinion of the students in regard to Abe. He began his high school career as a promising freshman--very fresh, and has fulfilled this promise in a very satisfactory manner. His record as a Student Body official and as an athlete is very good and it is a shining example of what all good little freshmen should strive for. Although he has been of immeasureable service as yell-leader, noise-maker, and wise-cracker in general, he has served in a much more valuable capacity by keeping the teacher on hall duty busy He refuses to enlighten us as to his hopes for the future, but his classmates predict that he will be a brilliant success as a radio announcer. RUBY SAMUELS nHer thoughts are her compan- lone.U Ruby is smother cf our quiet students. She has lived in Humboldt all her life and has attended the Assets Union High School. She has been a member of the intsrclass baseball and basketball teams. Her fa 'C O' tx. -tm- be S ls.-, at gr . 0 I orits sport is baseball. Ruby'c childhood ambition W38 be s teechsrg but time has altered e'dcsire and now she intends to s millincr. Perhaps someday we ll be uosring hats made by herg least no hops so and wish her at luck along this line. Ruby is our old reliable in several ways. She is always cool sud quiet, going about her business in 8'- a matter of fact way. We predict successfull csrcer for her as a business women. LEO SCHUBSMANN Band Clubs:-Escmntic, Physics, Hi-Y, Latin 'Taming of the Enrsw,W 'Much Ado About Ncthin3,n nIcobound,U 'The Old Grcuchn - Among thc positions of responsi- bility that leo claims to have held st Arcola Unlcn High School is that of noffioo-bcyn, and it is true that everyone ie prone to make use of Leo's ready disposition and willing service at sll times. Leo's outstand- ing contribution to A U.H.S., however, has been his presentation of character parte in the Shakespearean plays given at two dramatic festivals. His work as Grumio in UThe Taming of the Shrew' and ss Dcgherry in Wmuch Ado About Nothingn use nothing lose than perfect. Leo's childhood ambition was to be a street cleaner, but time works many changes and hc now hopes to be a doc- tor. He will attend the Humboldt State Teachers' College next fall, and while we cannot predict with accuracy all his future activities, we do foresee an important part in the UCo11egians' for him. RUTH STARKEY Clube: Dramatic, Latin Girls' Athletic Manager of Latin Club Band Although Ruth is quiet, her presence will be missed in the corridors of Ar- zate High. She has taken part in the annual Band Contests held in San Fran- cisco, and in the sewing exhibitions of our school. She has been an active mem- Jer in the following sports: basketball, aaseball, and tennis: her favorite sport, lowever, is swimming. Ruth's childhood ambition was to be- zome a nurse, but years have altered zhis desire and now she intends to be- xoms a teacher, and she will enroll in Iumboldt State Teachers College. Ruth is conscientious and ambitious, and is clever at any kind of handwork. She is a prominent member of the senior zlass, and has formed many friendships luring her four years at this High. CHESTER STROMBERG President Student Body '28 President Senior Class '29 President Excalibur Club '29 Athletic Manager Student Body '28 Clubs:--Excalibur, Boys' 'Au Band Basketball '26, '27, '28, '29 . Baseball '27, '28, '29 Football '28 nChet' is like the father of our coun- try-first in sports, first in study, and first in the hearts of his classmates. Positions of responsibility are given to himg he assumes them modestly and fills them efficiently. Cheeter's favorite sport is base- ball, but his highest ambition is to roll Ed Hash in the mud of the gridiron. He may get this opportunity on some college football field. Chester has not decided what college he will attend but we know that he will be an asset to any institution of learning. Chester is also a recipient of Arcata High's appreciation of four years' service in athletics-'the gold medal for basketball. He is the acting president of the Excalibur ' Club. Success and good fortune are sure to accompany Chet on his Journey through life. AARN IUNDBIRG Aarne is e native son ot Cali- fornia a d has been a student of the Aroata Union High School exclusively. Aarne is a quiet intelligent stu- dent who always works hard but does not draw everyone's attention to the fact. He is the kind of model student you read -about, but rarely see. While Aarne is rather cautious about letting ue know what he is going to do, what hh likes to do, or what he hopes to do, I can assure you of one things- he wlll be to 31910 'hit MMO!! il to the phonograph or at least what Hen? lord is to "L1zzie". e will be glad when lr. Howard comes back as Aarne misses him very e o rest in Manual Training and the rest or ue are looking forward to some startling discovery that he may make while enjoying his opportunity. LOUIBA BUTTER Commercial Club. Louisa Sutter has lived in Hu boldt County ell her life and something or her noble surroundings has entered into her character. She entered our high school tour years ago and has been a cheery, responsive, and indus- trious member every day ot that period. A smile and a pleasant greeting are always awaiting those who pass her in the halls. Louisa plane to attend the Eureka Business College and then she eltpegte to enter the business world as a s eno- grapher. For this position, her member ship in the Comercial Club and her studies of bookkeeping, typing, and . l r Q rllffittl le as a ggcggury, will contribute a substantial share to some business man's success. ANNETTE TAMBOURY Secretary Girls' League Secretary Student Body Council 'Toreadore' Annette has worked faithfully and steadily through all four years of her high school career. During her Freeh- man year, she took part in the 'Torea- derek, the Glee Club, and the Girls' Bextette. She made an excellent aeoretary for the Girls' League and also for the Council. Her work in this activity was very noticeable during the Girls' League Convention and contributed sub- stantially toward ite euccees. After graduation, Annette intends to take up commercial work and will prepare for this at Armetrong'e Busi- ness College at Berkeley. Annette has a charming personality and disposition, thin was shown when she won second place in the Pepper Box Beauty Contest. She is also a good student, having had her name on the Honor Roll. NATALIE THORNTON Latin'C1ub Natalie has not always gone to Arcata Hi: she attended the Potter Valley Union High echool in Mendocino County two years ago. Since her enrollment in Arcata Hi she hae taken part in the fol- lowing sports: basketball, volley ball, baeeball, and soccer. Her favorite eport, however, ie hiking. Her child- hood ambition wae to he an artist and after graduation ehe expects to enter either Humboldt State Teachers College or Santa Rosa Junior College where she intends to etudy to be a high school teacher, specializing in Art and Phy- sical Education. By her favorite quotation WDon't put off 'till tomorrow what you can do to- deyu we eee what type of a girl ehe ie. Her favorite flower is the UFor-get-me- notn, and we are sure that after once knowing Natalie you will never forget her. EVELYN MAE TURNER C1ube:n-Commercial, Latin, Girls' Achievement Evelyn hoe been e popular student of the Arcntn Union High School for the past four yonre. Before entering high oohool one attended iho Waehington School and one graduated from there with high honors. Sho his won hor letter in ath' letice by pnriioipnting in beeketball, baseball, eoocor, and volley ball, which ie her fnvorito eport. Evelyn remembers how frightened ehe was no a freshmnng eo she hee tried to help the lower cleeomen and she has many friends among them who will mise her af- ter graduation. Eueinooo College will claim Evelyn after eho finiehen at A.U.H.S., end then eho expects to enter the bueineee world ae a etenographer. We are very euro that ehe will be no oucceeeful and popular in her profession no one hee been in her oohool work. A happy and euooeeeful life to you, Evelyn! x ERNEST WATSON Bend . Orchestra Clube:--Dramatic, Commercial Ernest Watson ie another popular senior who ie e member of our graduating clone. Ho wont to the State Contest with the hand for two yenre, coming back each time with high honore. 'Ernie' took port in the Bhokeepoereen Contest in 1927 and wee in the ploy 'A Night at an lnnn e year later. Ho ie undecided ae to whether he will enter college or not, but if he does, any college will be proud to have him ee a etudent. Ernie likes tennis hotter than any other eport and nlthoumh he hae not been playing very long nie improvement hee been rapid. He hae not yet chosen his life profes- eion, but it ie highly probable that if he goes duck hunting, the ducks in quel- tion will be properly investigated be- fore he eterte shooting. Ernie may dooido to teke up the teach- ing of Manuel Training ee a profession. He ie qualified for this having taken care of Mr. Howerd'e oleeeee while he wee 111. MARIE WILLIAMS Vice-president Dramatic Club Clubs:--Latin, Commercial, Tennis, Girls' Achievement, Dramatic 'The Toreadors' - Marie entered Arcata Union High School as a Freshman in 1925 and has spent her entire high school career in this institution of learning. She has especially distinguished herself in tennis, playing on the tennis team for several years and also partici- pating in interclass tennis. She has taken an interest in other sports as well, doing good work in both inter- class taseball and basketball. While yet a Freshman, she won the WToreedcr Poster Prizen in addition to having a part in that same operetta. Her name has also been on the Honor Roll. Marie plane on entering college but is undecided as to where she will go- We know that wherever she goes she will make many friends just as she did in dear old A.U.H.S. CATHERINE WILSON Clubs:--Latin, Dramatic, Commercial Through her four years at Arcata Union High School, Catherine has dis- played such cheerfulness, kindlinesa, and quiet humor, that she has made many friends among the students and teachers. She has been a good stu- dent and we predict that when she becomes a teacher she will be far above the average. Her favorite study is English and the Wbug hearu is Chemistry. Catherine is also on the staff of the Annual, being in charge of the art. She has decided to attend the Humboldt State Teachers College and we know that she will be successful in her work there. nlnonn wsncngu Band, Orchestra Business Manager ot Advance Clubs:--Excalibur, Dramatic, Hi-Y nTamlng of Shrew', Wlceboundn, nMuch Ado About Nothingn Our Harold is a character, if there ever was one. Anybody that can get as many Wadmitu slips from Mrs. MoKittriok as Harold does, must have an unusual personality. His ability to recite in class, whether he knows what he is talking about or not, is remarkable, and as Business Manager for the Advance, he has had no superiors among his predecessors. Harold has never been accused of being on time to class or late in leaving one: so the realization of his ambition to be a contractor will he a natural adjustment for him. During the past four years, Harold has shown much ability as an actor and musician. In '28 he played the leading roll in Nlceboundn and carried away many praises and compliments. He has aided the band in winning its high honors in State Contests in '27, '28, and '29g and we are certain that Mr. Delano and other prominent musicians who attend the annual contests, will miss the loud roaring blasts of Harold's bass horn. Harold is undoubtedly one of the most popu- lar students in school. We admire him, we love him, and we hate to lose him. Barry Bixler Louis Pontoni Elizabeth Miller Alfred Christie Eileen McCurdy Josephine McCurdy Verde Getchell Erma McE1wein Elizabeth Puzz Lenore Halvoreer Agnes Johnson Edith Krietensen Lorna Sundberg Carolyn Carter Gordon Hadley Jounita Reeves lildred Robinson Abel Rocha Ioan Barrie Louisa Sutter I Lorena Johnson 7i!Qb61loPriohott npr! :Jer resin Laney lhthleen Murray ' lorfaret Fay mls - Biz Pon e Lizabeth Christie Ei-leon Jo Werde Mac Liz Just Lenoro Agnia Ed? 'Arn Carrie Gord Nite Robinson Able Old Lady I Juot Louise Just Lorena Priohit Just Oarl Dil q z w Iqi Ks N ' 1 vi ,, . M ,ov ' 'S 55- - oJofMaimmkm,!1 wf,vw-, .... ,..m.o . . 1 Jvlizldiiia. JL , 'vuzrw wr pLJmmVnLfE: ' L: .. 2-:if H:-Wh! '-- ni:-'jgf gy '- ' 4 .gi . .ww1.f', '. I .- . kZ.1..,L- -5 - Q umm! Hey, Kid! Itty Bitty f Do you really think Wal-1-ll - M land! Oh, Heavens! Pooh! Pooh! Did you hear that on Oh, gy gosh!! My gosh those seams! 000688881 Whtoha' doin'? That ien't kerosene. Dad gummitl se! He! on, rata! Cheese and oradkoril Hello, chicken! Oh, my lord! Goo! ly goodness! Oh, orininy! vw-va rqmoniv- I'm buoy! 'P ?lg"Hf' 1 ,rg .ze-45,5 , -. 1fffoiqfef!.1f its awash I , Q, . ' :pl ,Aug .-.f. J., !.1s.:.s-f...mk so? 1 o aboutif n -' , 5: I iz , :F BESETWEHG Si? Ueing shower for swimming Milking cone Cefeterie cashier Dragging hie feet Correcting Josephine Her giggle Her good nature Going to Gus'e Making eyes Following Verde Studying Giggling His modest blush Her low voice Having e good time Being elected to offices Chewing gum Weakness for girls Telling Jokes Boieterious ways? Driving andhevien Cutting up in olaea Taking girls home Swallowing tobacco Movie nqueenn Talking too loud AlBiWi6N Have two horeee Be second Red Grange Climb the Alps To be a racer To make Jo behave Soap box orator Be as ehort as Nix Have straight hair Flag pole sitter Political bose Spanking school kids See thru all Jokes Wear purple socks Wear bright red Wear Tiny Abbott's ehoes Live in Coreegold Something Swedish Bella' da fruit Tight rope walker Aviatrix Snake charmer Have black hair Own Taxi Co. Wild cat trainer Redwood larathoner To reform Samoa BAUER 9? BBAEH Loot his horse Cow kicked him Cafeteria cook Had to run Her sister Ei1een'e fiddle Btubbed her toe Played leap frog Her own cooking Brain f9V6I' League of Nations' trial Foul balls Girl kissed him Swallowed fish-hooks ' Some girl Gordon Had to be still 5 linutol Slippa' on da banln Fell out of bed A nightmare Mietreated a cobra Fell on a hat pin Natural death One wild cat too man Defending the Irish Bump on Samoa Road NAME Hazel Dubeault Harold Welch Arnold Cooper ' Eson Meade Clyde Pateneude Loie Henningeen Shirley Downing Ruth Starkey Adele Nix Dale Merriem Chester Stromberg Edward Foreyth Ernest Watson Hary Carter Jeanette Barter Lydia Lovejoy Marie Williams Wayne Keltner Karl Cooperrider Leo Bohuesmen Natalie Thornton Valentine Parton Ruby Samuels Catherine Wilson Mercedes Moore Annette Temhoury Evelyn Turner ALIAB Haze Daddy Coop Epsom Pat Brick Shirt Rufus Nixie Lefty Che t Ed Ernie Miokie Tommy Liddy M'ree Butch Coopie Shuesie Nat Val Rube Get Merc Netta Ev'1yn BY WORD What Oh, I forgot You nwl cain't do that Do you know- Horee collars Shoo, ehoo you dirty birde Have you seen Brick? Oh, ie that eo? Ie my heir all right? Polly No eireen Where'd I see you inet night? Aw, gee, whnt'e the matter? Well, I oan't help it Hey, Liddy! How ehould I know? What'e it to you? I have no idea Aw, heck! Oh, you're not eo funny Oh, gee! K.O. Oh, for heaven'e sake! Well, ie that eo? Where'e Annette? ,Have you seen Mero? Hey, Kid! BEBE TING SIN Riding in s Whippet Being late Parking st Brick's Arguing Writing notes Her red heir Laughing To collect Jewelry Combing her hair His bossy ways His freckles His whinnsy His wit Talking or chewing gum Hunting Liddy 'Mac' Fixing her hair Flirting with the girls Martha Breaking things Growing fat His good English Being quiet Cooking Being good Mercedes Usroelles AMBITION To possess a Whippet ' To remember Have red hair To be President To make his Ford run To be a nurse Queen of the Night Clube Fiji Island Hula Dancer To get married To become s deacon Lick Eureka football player To have a Horse Laugh To wear purple neckties Shoot two pistols at once Best the Irish Bhe'won't tell Circus fat lady To have green eyelashes To grow up Animal trainer Swim the English Channel Federal ossifer To teach Russian To fly a kite To be a gay sea dog Musical mouse Follies Beauty Mary Car CAUSE OF DEATH 1,1:1H, F.,+ A tifg MM.u ,nu Was on time to Civics Got freckles Talked himvnlf to death Writer f nj Took her sw: medicine Had to think A trip to Ferndale A hair out of place Swallowed his Pepper Box Ons frcoklo get too heavy Ate penn with his knife Varsity Drug Jeannette Her tongue Married s preacher Ate too many pickles Too much mustard His dignity was hurt Soup Swallowed n shark Ask the oops Tried to pronounce Russian Swallowed a kito's tail Lost Annette Keeping track of Mercedes McKinleyvi11e ter and Mildred Robinson Ln - i JUNIORS 1. . ,A 1 Y tal-gg' 4 bM J. and Semester ,, Frgmidgnh TQQJ Gipmtlui LD Tico-prasidenb L ciklc Gola '71 ' L u.u ary n' ' and Truuugzi pihm fxwrnnca 4 Hlmlm' Athletic QHHQQT Lnfixa Uccpcr Ywyw' Athletic Fnnrgq: Hi 1.' ard Harm ff Umumcil Mombxru Uuvl ?unn IQ,1' 1 1F1ziL5p11 IJg1pLr i11gg Vcxm W j ' ' M Jack Wulfmrd U50 Gi ",'f thin' HQLH Gmrroll Katy Zhu? J Iury ,' Thurnw wkf ' i ' Vu hu most progrnnxiwa f WW: 1 tl 4" , kim fair valkad ik: HM L, . T 5mU.Hq, N30 members are Jmu,J Qu m'Lfv LQCUU if mntiviiy thuL tha Auhwal kfw Bm mffmv TMi1 'A. Jfpiv' M tha rest of tl ',.f Ifnljl gm 9011 an iTg ccunty ahah fhLy :fw,' A 3 ,,mm in uhm Sock and Rn kim JF M, and mxmy viva mwah fo? p:1" in Wfw. + :A ?Hmmh Adm About Nothiugw In Q I :Ng m?f , M m Q von its share of 3 ,Hn M .., the tummy mul ihgy have ml: .lW ya MF tim gmww mhth m creditable mcmvs Tkm Jmf' W muh in Un fmvgmttmn for thai? gcmi ymfk in ihe held, fc? More again LR- ., 1 w,11 wmpreuenoed. Om T1uxM : ' HW2 ',: Huwx.1 . " Hmhquct was givm: in ih' Ecimwum Ewzm ami later im tb' mVLvhxfr 'K wEa4w .'.. jmimml E12 ' '. , Gmniors in a dznup givnn in the Scuiml Room. Tkg vacuum. . m V7TQKU " lwmnwmtrated the ability mf thu Jmuiurw in finish what- ovor thoy starh. Wilma Reeves '50 -,. -.- N H.. .LJ,.1,, - .. r z- .- SOPHOMORES President .L 1, 1 I Trt 1 Vicovpresidunb ' F' '32-111' Iwcwt w'w11 , ',.'. .1 - .. Tgrii , vmtavy and Trsaunm A.- w 'H Tsiirsan Jai C 4myw' Athletic Hamm? .4 V ny'u:TTwghQr Ak' fi Girls' Athletic Mnnmyfy ' 7L,U U41 U Council Membsxm ,H mmhy Elixr FT Urn Nilif wqxhg 1nugQim3 Ffw Hmlgm ?:Ln4tQn PAwmu Tmffn 'uwmwll H mw My giving the Tvs' ...Minn U"+ KQHML Z1a+s . ., L gather with dancixgi iwH m ' 'U Q iminmant In m mloomed to A.U.H.S. hive in athletics, H: nm :Ny 4', :Q 'H thai mu: vim :-mfootball, hmmm 'u.+W . .A Unih, , . upW Tl, nu, g interest has also mzmtwmmm in hPa hgud mul in Jryw ming added to tho limi if JJIWYN urmkvfn ' . 1 ihe IJ1':Lug f:J,r i:s. 3l2sgabI51 E21 at '31 Firqt fxlciml' 0 1 FRESHMEN 'LUHHG SZMOUEGT Arugqih: President iff 1.n51:ip Weeg: , vigg-president T31 vm Lxo Bow: K E71:::rfs:ta1'y and TI'6F,L9Ui'GI' E':.m:f:cm Enrvip Hi?lm' Athletic Manager UW1QMlLVO J',- Thuvow Don Eb V' ' if Mmym' Athletic Manager Umxliy EL.1muis Agncu Council Members Amgflo FnnucGhi I-Ielcu l.:j: 1"' Glt.1 sf1'11 :.i.1:g Ikmiloy Georgm Laurellm Frakes Jammu D Hzuvw Blaine AKD Rickmrl Alina Harbor Gu z ML hxmfmud and seveniecn grmmn and kmukful MTs xhicmn entawkb 1 i'n '1, kmmwledge already gaiufd in tha gvadom. After thai if 1 'T an fmwbmymd to look around Us ani ' ' gzt mUqu1imiQQ. On Augie! A WUMWJ Qfficere. Then we fQumd that wa term Lo bo initi- atol Tp " ? diQ not do quite as much Cmmmgm an Us QTQQQLQG but Lacy HIV1 W W ,li mncmmfortable time. Afiar Christmas we cloctcd our uffln 'Q nymmml .i Gxmustor. CMT Y Hlm.M ,,., Mm lava lost twenty-four wmmhmvm and mimakcan new maxim' 'i ' snr dvmws to a clone we louk forward with great fleny' 1 ,U Eiyhmmwves of A.U.H.S. rv f. L Jean Saliwin '52, T' 3 MW! AL " ' " ' ' fl fr' W 1 v' 1 x -Ne ,' . f'f.-,i " ' f .L '24 v , f E iii-?5..:if4 Jail 'L ..aa,f?v .U Flrst'8emester Chester Stromberg Juanita Reeves Annette Tamboury Pauline Ramsey Karl Cooperrdder Charles Timmone Abel Rocha S6!'1i0I'B Gordon Hedley Mildred Robinson Clyde Patenaude Arnold Cooper Jean Harrie Harry Bixler Eydia Lovejoy Harold Welch Jean Harris Abel Rocha STUDENT BODY President Vice-president Cabinet Secretary Treasurer Publicity Manager Athletic Manager Yell Leader Council Members First Semester Juniors A Sophomores Vera Tevyew Enrol Feilding Mary Thurow Mildred Stover Ugo Giuntini Elizabeth Pederee Burr McConnaha Frances Seidell Irene Cain Alma Ruth Sweet Second Semester Ruth Carroll Derol Feilding Mary Thurow Ruth Russell Carl Penn Joe Cruz Ralph Deering Helen Johnston Jack Wolford Neville Crosby Activities Second Semester Clyde Patsnaude Eson Meade Mercedes Moore Juanita Reeves Wayne Keltner Charles Timmons James Vanoncini Freshmen Agnes Sundquist Helen Sundquiet n Richard Meade George Inskip James Dubrovich Leurelle Frakee Channing Hadley Angelo Fanuoci Barbara Axe Alice Barter The Student Body Council and Cabinet for 1928 end 1929 have very satis- factorily pursued their duties, which coneiet in handling the Student Body affairs. This improved administration hee decidedly overcome the criti- cisms that the etudente would grow tired of on eleborete form of government, and that they were incapable of holding e eneteinod interest in enything constructive. A greet deal has been accomplished, both in the legislative and Judicial departments and some very valuable experience has been gained by all students actually concerned. Chester Stromberg. '29 GIRLS ' LEAGUE President Juanita Reeves V109-President Janet Stewart Secretary Annette Tamboury Treasurer Ariel Axe Sergeant-at-arms Ruth Carroll Yell Leader Mildred Stover Song Leader Jeannette Barter Under the guidance of Mies Nine Granem, Deen of Girls, the Girls' League hee passed e successful year. The Leegue is divided into several Clube so that all girls of the school are given an opportunity to take pert in e congenial activity. The Social Etiquette Club hes given enjoyable noon Dan- eante every Thursday. The Loyalty Club under the oheirmsnehip of Vere Tevyew, hee made and sold meny novelties et the different Arcate games. The members of this club eleo make the A's for the Boys' 'A' Club. The Big Sister Club gave e 'Get To-gether' party for the new girls entering the Girls' League. I The Girls' League was represented on November 5, 1928, et the Sante Bose Convention by Juenite Reeves, Janet Stewart, and Mies Nina Graham. The Conference of the Federation of Northwestern Celifore nia was held in Aroate on November 24, 1928. The delegates were entertained at a luncheon held in the College Social Unit, and at a dancing party, given thet night in the new gym, by the Social Club under the chairmanship of Elizabeth Pedersen. An afternoon program wee eleo enjoyed et the High School. . --Dixie Lee Starkey '50 BOYS' LEAGUE Firet Semoeter Second Bemeeter Val Parton President Gordon Hadley Ugo Giuntini Vice-preeident Eeon Meade Abel Rocha Eeon Meade Secretary and Treaeurer Yell Leader Clyde Patenaude Jamoo Vanonoini The Raye' League, as the outstanding hey organization of the eohool, and the only organization of whioh all hope may be memhere, hae for another school year ehewn ite ability to handle practically all boys' affaire of importance in the school. The League has taken upon itself a great many responsi- bilities, which are: the handling of the financial one of all boye' ath1BtiCB, the purchasing of eweatere given to all senior heya who.are graduating and have earned their big UAH Laet year, Coach Reiben brought up lookere ae a great help and saving teame' euite: thereupon, the Boys' four steel loekere. There is also the eohool grounds are kept clean. the queetion of steel in taking care ofthe League purchased twenty- a committee to eee that Thie League consists of all boye who have paid their Student Body dues, thereby giving all boys in school equal representation. The success of the Boye' League ie largely due to the good Judgment of the boys in electing officers, and also to the efficient sponsoring of Mr. Ham. Ralph Deering '50 A., lx, ' 5 . '335 ?f - 1 MD . , K it H , in Q. izmf gf, ' 1 Q' f'f'5"" 'Pr-'ll?'f:5U 4 . -54 Q ' . H, 3:13 .W ,. .. A' , . A . bzgu . x "2 . . ,, . 9- LEW - ff?-'-:if ' J.. -. in -u v V.. va x . .- ' -4 f L,+-1-, 5 9 .. E -. An . J ',:f'1. ' n 1 w , 5 o . .L .. 1.5: -ul., e 1 1 ' W, ,3- ""!'I If-'Q .' L'-P-.Z:,,R,fq .31 -.SL , Y" . . ' , W H I :R-.125 :x.L,-'L ,L Z' 'iii ui' 'S :f ' J 5 .'f, ,, fr- 4, '1 vw x. , .1 I, 4 ,Q 21' I i - - -,,.. .. .14 V, J '. ,,.g ag - .-. SJ. A-1' ' 21. 5 f .-f21K,"Lf1 l 1 2. svfwsfgf'-fix' BAND The Arcata Union the school last year ning second place in in San Francisco for does not exceed 500. High School Band gained high honcre for for the second time in eocceeeion by nin- Claos B Competition in a State contest banie'cf High Schools whose attendance Each member of the bond nan presented with a bronze medal in recognition of his part in winning second place. This year the band, greatly improved by much hard practice, went to the Sen Francisco contest for tho third time, with the purpoee of winning first prize. However, nroatn drew lest place in her turn for playing, rating fifth place in the final deoisio with only a fraction of one por cent keeping them out of fourth place. The organizations in Aronto are Lohind the band 100 per cent. The Aroata Kieaniane plannai v big Uwnoopoen held April 26 and 27, the prooecde of ni ch were given to the band. The band also won a oooiott hold Ly trizarli if Aroata during - one of their large salon. The prize wee 3250 in gold. The director, Mr. Wood, lain: :xsane ever-y effort to make the band a eucceee. He has also tried to please tho public with the weekly concerts given on the Arcate plaza. INSTRUMENTATION Klncluding eome Groomer School etudontel Trumpets ---- Ruth Carroll, Beverly Bryon, Verde Getchell, Earl Parton, Marion McFarland, Clark McCready, Angelo Fanuochi, Carlo DeLuca. -Karl Cooperrider, Chester Stromborg, James Fabbri, Nello Canclini, Abel Rocha, Paul Bentley, Dale Merriam, Louie Tnllman, Harold Brogan, Coyita Cooper, Raymond Gilardoni, Reymond Downing, Eugene Fountain, Marie Neilson, Marie Nordquiet, Beryl Fleokenetein. Janet Stewart, Elsie Nelson, Edrie Morton, Lino Canolini. Margery Torp, Erma McElwain. -Shirley Downing, Ruth Starkey, Channing Hadley, Lester Sundquiet, Ruby Hunt, Edward Forsyth, Gordon Hadley, Mary Emily Speyer, Wilfred McCready. Clarinete-- French Horn- Altoe ------ - Saxaphonee- na Baritonee-Leo Bchuesmann, Ethel Carroll Trombcnee-Ernest Watson, Norman Cummings, Elda Johnson, Richmond Anger, Marie Kronmann Basses ---- Harold Welch, Harry Krohn, Homer Stahl, Edward Welch Flutes ---- Jeannette Barter, Peggy Gregory Qiccolo and Xylophone-Orman oak Bassoon---Lydia Lovejoy Qbce ------- Harry Bixler Base Clarinet--Lenore Halvorsen Cymbals---Dixie Lee Starkey Tympani---Lois Henningsen Drums ----- Audrae Warren, Lois Henningson, Frances Seidell OROH BTRA The Orchestra as a unit has not appeared before the public this year, but groups of four or five have been called upon to render their numbers before different organizations about town. INSTRUMENTATION Piano-Margery Torp Drums-Lois Henningeen Baritone-Leo Schussmann Baee-Harry Krohn Flute-Jeannette Barter French Horn-Janet Stewart Trombone-Ernest Wateon Bassoon-Lydia Lovejoy Alto Saxophone-Shirley Downing Trumpets-Ruth Carroll, Verda Getchell Olarinets-Karl Cooperrider, Marie Nordquist Violins-Harold Welch, Eileen McCurdy, Richmond Anger Lois Henningsen '29 A. U. H. S. BAND RETURNS FINE SHOWING AGAINST STRONG STATE COMPETITION CFrom the Humboldt Times May 14,1929J Aroata's still famous band returned Sunday with Director W. N. Wood from the San Francisco state band contest. Ite showing at the contest was far from poor, indeed when viewed in the light of the strong competition it met in its class and the better instrumentation of the other contestants, ite showing was very meritorious. 'Irv I 1 C 9, D I c up-qvvrn - -e-fi., Y.. www . . I . The official scores of Claes B bende follow: Total Instrumentation Princeton 95.09 92.75 Uarysville 92.21 62 O0 lbodland 91.52 92 O0 San Mateo 90.65 95 00 Aroata 90.26 85 00 Tracy 90.11 88.00 Sonora 89.74 85.50 Willows 88.56 95.00 At the Sacramento valley contest held at Chico on May 4th, Marysville won first place, Willows second, and Princeton third. The trip to and from the city was made without untoward in- cidents and all members of the party reported n fine time. The band will set to work to inoreeeo their standing and justify the fine faith of the community in their ability, n feith unimpaired by their failure to place first an had been heped. PROGRAM The following ie a typical program as presented by the band: The Stare and Stripes Forever, March Sousa The Poet and the Peasant, Overture Suppe Fakeltanz in B flat Meyerbeer El Capitan, March Sousa Tannhaueer, Selection Wagner The Skaters, Waltz Waldteufel Star Spangled Banner The The The Lit The The The Are BPRINGTIUM grass is growing greener, eky'e a darker blue, days are growing longer, by the eun'e bright hue. trees are bearing leaves of green, birds are everywhere, little flowers of springtime peering here and there. all these lovely tokens And With Joy and gladnees sing Of beauties still unspoken: This ie the time of spring. Evelyn Ayer JS 'G Ai! f UIVITIES .- .5 ., , , . i f - .., 1, - , . ' 3 , 1... .. - f - - 1 vf 1, '1 f-if -is-, . - jr . - .v,. L41, 52 '31 .A , 1' ' I : 3 ,fx "1 Q X.. 57- , Ais- 1 .v :-5 , L 1 1-'H r- . Q -,., A 5 fa:,..i.w , -1 'ln3.g,1,f:: Fl, .155 wil- it Wi. 7 1 9 X, KL. Q. " ' 1 24- Ji T -., ' . -.if ,. -pf , I-ik . Li? 4 in Q ,Lf-, . fr, aa rg- . 1 ' 4, wi 7 .:. r g 2 'r . .T.-154 -,+R 5 ' Q: J.. A Group Lois Henningeen Marie Willieme Coyita Cooper Janet Stewart Eeon Meade Carl Penn Dale Merriam Vere Tevyaw Juanita Reeves Mies Mary Sempl f DRAHATIG CLUB President , Vice-president Seo-Treasurer Keeper of Propertiee Program Manager Assistant Managers e Sponsor B Group Elizabeth Pedersen Katherine Forsyth Frances Seidell Derol Feilding Neville Crosby Frencee Wilkins Mnry E. Speyar Julius Hooven Alma Ruth Sweet Mrs. Fern Nixon The Dremntio Club has lived up to ite purpose, thet ie to create an intereet in dramatice in Aroete High. It hoe been chiefly through this Club that eo many students have enrolled in P.D.J. because in this class they are not only certain of getting e pert in aremetiee but they elmo leern the other branches of speech arte. Monthly programs have been the outlet of the dramatic talent, and under the new system of program menngere more members are given e chenoe to participate in the progrnme. Competition too ie inetilled into the work, making bigger end better enter- tainmente. Ae project work the financial accomplishment of the clubs is shown by the purchasing of the new flood light end by con- tributing to the new curtains for the eeeembly room. Severel pleye have been given before Joint meetings of the groupe. nThe Red Carnation' wee the firet ploy to be put ong the ceet included! Emerson Thieeell, Henry Eugen, and Frances Beidell. The next play wee, 'The Girlu, with Cerl Penn, Louis Tallmen, and Edward Forsyth taking pert. Uhonikin end Minikinn a clever ehit, was given by Vera Tevyew and Mildred Robinson. All theme showed careful study and good interpretation by the varioue etudents. The important pleye of the year were decided eucceseee. 'lceboundw wee anything but icebound in ite enoceee, and went over big in Arceta, Korbel, and Crennell. The cnet wee no follows: Jane Crosby--Pauline Remeey end Martha Lowrenoeg Sadie--Leurn Lareeng Em a Jordan-'Helen Smell: Henry Jordan-- 3 J N , -,1 'Bs J I ,-5. H 1 si 1 ' U " 4 L J 1 to 1 Y -r , gs., 55 P , Y . J.. -Q, kv .1 1, f 'iii . l -alll-fm" ,. 'IJ , ,Mg ,-VI, V, . ?'MAf1 f ' .e,rf 1.-w r , - . .55 -L W ' :gint ' .',' A, , . Q V -MEX' 5' J ., '5T5':i'f 5 14-.ZH , 1351.1 , i-55 ' Q' " Sf, fe- ' Zfii 1 exff ' . :lvlrvx ' :ff V l iii! -it i ' 3:-.' V , e1?feSwee.. 'I' -f f ,QL Karl Gooperrider and Dale Merriam, Ella Jordan--Jenet-5tenggt5, Orin-Eugene Thompson and Julius Hooveng Nettie--Edlth1Krieten- een: Ben--Harold Welch: Doctor-Gordon Hedley: Judge-fRiohmond, Anger: Jim Joy--Leo Sohueemenni HanneheeJeen Harrie. . ,, A an.. ,rv The next play was a forty minute cutting from Shakeepeare?e 'Much Ado About Nothingn. The gorgeous lighting effeotB Qf the cathedral eoene'won much praise, and the beautiful costumes, the clever repertee, and acting of the playere made it a' delightful entertainment. The oaet included: Lois Henningeen, Richmond Anger, Carl Penn, Louis Tallman, Harold Welch, Alma Ruth Sweet, Mildred Robinson, Shirley Downing, Ralph Deering, Leo Bohueemann, Eerl Stayton, Adele Nix, and Wayne Keltner. . The next two playa will be somewhat different-that ie, two plays are to be given instead of the one Senior Play. 'Seven- teenn and 'The Importance O! Being Earneetn are the onee selected. Hrs. W. B. HoKittrick will coach Wseventeen' and Mine Sample HThe Importance Of Being Earneet'. . The oeet for 'Seventeen' follows: William Sylvanue Baxter-- Karl Oooperriderg Mr. Baxter--Buster Demotteg Joe Bullitt-H Jack Wolford: Genesis-Norman C mmingez Johnnie Watson--Orman Oak, George Creeper--Richmo d Angora lr. Paroher--Clyde Pateneudeg Wallis Banks--Lee Bohneamanng Jane Baxter-Adele Nixg Lola Pratt--Dorothy Llnderaz Hay Peroher--Vera Tevywwe Ethel Boke--Erma HcElwaing Bury Brooke--Mildred Robinson: Ure. Baxter--Verde Getchell. - The cant for 'The Importance Of Being Earnest' ie ae tollo pz John Worthing, J.P.-Louis Tnllmang Algernon Monorietf--Qloe.,- e Rev Canon Chaeuble, D D Wayne Keltner, Harriman, n -0 e""' , ' .N vi.-I-' Butler-Carlo nenueeg Lane, uaneervant--Edward Eoreytha peek. ?3 Bracknell--Pauline Ramsey: Bon. Gnenoolen Fairfax--Lois e., 1 'Honningeen and Martha Lawrence: Cecily cerdew--Jenet,Btevert . ind Lydia Lovejoyg Mies Prism, governeee--Laura Larsen. ' . 4' Juanita libre! , . ML, .w Tb' gp' is J? I wil '.,f u.r is :W f .U pg lelleeeeeeaeeiiiuHAeE5heeeeeeeeeeeae2AIiHiuuiiiiiliiiiliiiiL......... GIRLS' ACHIEVEMENT CLUB President " . Jean Harrie Secretary and Treasurer Lois Henningen The Girls' Achievement Club of the Arcete Union High School has increased considerably in membership during the lest year. Plane are meds for e meeting to be held in the near future which will take in all new members who have the required number of points. Among these will be Evelyn Turner, Elizabeth Miller, Frances Archer, Marie Fry, May Lester, Bethyl Robinson, Pearl Scott, Mary Emily Speyer, Zelle Townsend, and Evelyn Vegas. The Achievement Club is sponsored by Mies Pearl Degenhart, the girls' Physical Training teacher. During the year the Club hes conducted several candy sales, the proceeds of which will be used to buy pins for the senior girls of the Club, end for other necessary articles. Marie Swanson BOYS' UA' CLUB President Arnold Cooper Vice-President Gordon Hadley Secretary end treasurer Melvin Sundquist ' Since many of the duties of the Boys' UAW Club have been taken over by the Boys' League, it hes not been necessary for this organization to take such en active part in school life this year ee in other yeers.' However, the club has been functioning in various ways. One of the important social events during the year was the Boys' WAN Club dence given in February. The officers elected at the first of the year were reeleoted et the beginning of the second semester. Karl Cocperrider fiilqum THE COMMERCIAL CLUB President Juanita Reeves Vice-preeident Q Edith Krietensen Secretary ' Vere Tevyaw Treeeurer Shirley Downing Program Manager Ariel Axe The Commercial Club hee always been one of the most ective clubs in school since its organization three years ego by ite advisor Nr. I. W. Davies. All etudente who have one credit in Commercial work are eligible to membership. Among its varied activities during the past months, the Commercial Club hee produced e one-act play called the 0Troiler of Erroren, to reiee funds to be ueed in purchas- ing ehrute. This purpose was accomplished and the shrubs were plnnted uround the new building, where they contribute to the boeuty of our echool. A visit to the Eureka Woolen Mille wee also enjoyed by the Club members, end before that, e vieit to Delaney end Young'e candy factory of Eurene. A delightful 'May Deyn party ie being planned end ie eeheduled for April, 50. This ie the Commercial Club'e ennuel party end, without doubt, will he es eucoeeeful ee ell other pertiee held in the pest. C f Mildred Robinson LATIN CLUB Officers C Coneule: Gordon Hadley, Jeunite Reeves Scribe! Janet Stewart Quaeetor: Coyite Cooper Song Leader! Jeanette Barter Boys' Athletic Meneger: Richard Meade - Girle' Athletic Manager: Lois Henningsen Yell Leader: Channing Hedley Activities Com ittee Elizebeth Pederson Kenneth Fraser Ruth Carroll Neville Crosby Jean Harrie Channing Hedley Jaunita Reeves Richard Heade A Latin Club party was given December 14, 1928, at the New Gymnasium. The p rente were invited and the senior members esch invited one guest. The program ooneieted of e Letin Play given by boys of the Latin Classes. After this the evening was spent in dancing, the Red Peppers furnishing the music. Marseille Spots f fT"'xX aff N if X fl X L' 1' W ffqj MX X ' R fi I WW f I I e i . 'I' K 5 I I l Y E f F 9 in ir' w Ferndale to Judge pure-bred Jereeye. Hero again Arcata had high point men with Louie Pontoni of the Aroata team making another perfect eoore of 100. The 'AggieeW have eelected the A. A. B. insignia for the Arcata Agricultural Department. In order to wear one of theee c boy hoe to complete a project end carry through a successful year of Agriculture. A11 indications loud ue.to believe that the projects now engaged in--20 in all, under the careful supervision of Mr. 0. E. Jacobs-- are going to go over big--even better than lest year. All projects are expected to he chown at the County Fair in the fell of 1929. The boye that are ruining potatoes are Marlin Seidell, Conrad Weirup, and Robert niloc. Conrad is trying a special potato experiment. Tho boys thot are raining gnrdone are Jwmoe Weirup and'Atthur'Fo?HJ' Louie Pontoni and Corl Anderson ere going to chow what fine pure- bred Jerseys they can raise in project work. There are about 60 oowe being tectod for butterfet and milk production by Carl Kjer, Ralph Ford, and Wecley St.Louie. 425 chicks ere to be raised this year by the following cgricultural students: Connie Shore has 200 White Loguornog Wesley St.Louie hae 100 Rhode Island Redeg other chicken raining projects orc being cnrriod on by Connie Shore! Berlin Seidcll, end Arthur Ford. Some of the birds will be' ehoim at the',For-i tune Annual Poultry Show: John Piffcrini and Bruce Hose are making ' a good chewing with rabbits. o Monnol Silva hoc one puronbred Poland Chine con end seven pige. Arthur Ford nee Your pure-bred Poland Chinn hogo. Ford'e hogs took all prince at the County rcir loot fell for pure-bred Poland Chinas. Manuel Bilvn end nrthnr Ford orc etill the only Junior members of the American Poland Chine Record Aceocintion in the northern Countieo. with ull tnece fine crops end stock on ite nay to maturity thou Aggies expect to bring homo the calore again this fell for Aroata from the Humboldt County Fair at Ferndale. ' Arthvl Furd EXCALIBUR CLUB ' First Semester Second Semester Dale Merriam President Chester Stromberg Harry Krohn - Vice-president Ugo Giuntini Karl Cooperrider Recordingwsecretary Karl Gooperrider Cherlee Timmone Corresponding-secretary Ralph Deering Chester Stromberg Treasurer a Ormen Oak This merke the C1ub'e second year of oxietence which hee proved to be ee active end ae euccesefull ee lest yonr'o. The weekly meetings of the club insure cooperation and uneeretending among the etodonte who belong. Several prominent bnoineeo men of Humboldt County hnve been gueete at the luncheon meetinge. Their telke have been very entertaining end they have been en excellent coerce of information regarding their different occnpa- tions end intereete. ' The club ie nleo one of the meny orgenizntione that supply progreme for who Thursday morning eeeembliee. Ugo Giuntini HI-Y CLUB President Neville Crosdy Vice-president Keith Tomlineon Secretary Leo Schuoemenn Athletic Meneeer Arnold Cooper This yoer'e activities were opened with e conference at Redwey. The club sponsored two Father and Son benquete on November 16, 1928. . Delegates were sent to two Southern Conferences. In eccordenoe with our new constitution Mr. Soreneon of the Bank of America ie acting ee treasurer. At our eprinn conference we had members from Hi-Y'e of the County end at this time made use of our camp at Cali-ber. Neville Crosby APS AND AUTOGRAP sa ' s Jr. 1 il Q an HY GRANDFATHlR'8 EARLY EXPERIENCE IN HUMBOLDT COUNTY The early history of Humboldt County is unusual: for unlike the history of many Counties of California, it dose not show any trace of Spanish influence. Many centuries passed in Northern California without a disturbance of any kind. Until long after the Mexican War, Humboldt County was settled but sparsely. The pioneers who came to this County were very strong and brawny. They started to till the soil and to make their homes here. Trouble arose between these pioneers and the Indians, who until now had had all the privileges of the land. One of the most interesting tales to me is one related by my Grandfather, of an incident which took place in his early life. M great grandfather owned a large ranch on Redwood Creek, and for a time all went well. But soon the Indians became hostile and troublescme, and his cattle numbering more than a thousand head were reduced to less than one hundred. His buildings were burned, and his life threatened. To guard against further depredations, soldiers were stationed at the Minor ranch during the winter of 1859. It was at this period of Indian hostility that U.S. Grant, then a Lieutenant, later President of the United States, became a warm friend of my grandfather. When the troops left, conditions remained quiet until 1863, when a further outbreak caused my great grandfather to leave this district and Join his family near Arcata. While the loss of his property was disheartening, the greatest disaster of all was the loss of his brother Samuel, shortly after moving to Arcata. The incident happened on what is now known as the Mel Robert's Hill, a short way east of town, where Samuel had gone to make wood. When he failed to return home that evening a search was made for him: he was found with a poisoned arrow in his shoulder. He died a few hours after being found, but not before he told them that he suspected an old Indian named 'Curly Beaded Tom' of performing the atrocious deed. 'Curly Headed Tom' was soon captured and placed in Jail, and was later shot by the guards, when trying to escape. His body was thrown into the slough near the new highway connecting Eureka and Arcata, and a few years ago a hu an skull was found near this spot. It was decided after much delving into early history that it was the skull of 'Curly Headed Tom'. Those who live in Humboldt County today can have no appreciation of the terrible difficulties that confronted the pioneers of this county. Those wars and those times are now only a memory, yet they are part of history. No I'I!lLi M1I101' I8AAO'8 TORTURB CHAMBER Dark and damp is the chamber floor: Dimmed is the light by the thick barred door. Blesohed white are the bones that hang in the chain: Thin is the grate nearly rusted in twain. The high barred window admits little lightg It's a very short time from morning till night. Chill is the wind'e cry and loud the fearful note Of the mountainside stream running into the moat. Eldon Anderson H LEN OF TROY Fairer was she than rosy fingered Dawn. Fairer was she than the cunning Venus who had caused her fate. Yet to golden haired Menelaoe she was untrue. She was Helen whose fickle love for beautiful Paris caused the death of noble Hector of the glanc- ing helm, Helen who drove mighty Achilles to his death, Helen who burned the walls of Iliu . Yet did all men love her--even unto the end. Amid the groans of the dying, and lamentatione of loved ones, the Greeks sought her, while with an unquenchable wrath the Trojans fell upon the Greeks and were slain. Bo Troy fell and the Achaians shouted victory while on the ground lay the forms of those who sacrificed th6iT lives for goddess-like but inconstant Helen. norotny Saffell AN INDIAN BCARB In the early eighties a family consisting of the father and mother and baby son lived near Blue Lake on a farm. One spring day the father decided that it was a good time to make a trip to Eureka, an errand which would keep him away all dayg so he harnessed up his team and drove away. After he had been gone some time his wife, who was busy about her house-work, happened to look out of the window. What she saw surely frightened her. There were six big Indians coming up to the house. She would have fled, but the baby was too small to run and too big to carry far. e When the Indians reached the door she asked them what they wanted, and one of them responded by demanding, Wwhere your DID?" 'He's working up on the hill,' she answered. 'When he come baok?' 'As soon as dinner is ready.' 'le no think working on hill.U '0h, yes he is. I will get dinnerg then he will come right away.' The Indians looked rather doubtful. However, when they saw her really preparing dinnerg they began to believe that he was coming. At last the dinner was all ready, and the Indians again demanded, 'When he come?' 'Now I will go and call him.u Bo saying, she went to the door and called ae loudly as she could, hoping that the Indians would either believe that he was really coming or that someone might hear, although no neighbors lived very close. I When she called, the Indians thought that he would really come, and not wishing to be found there, they all left. As soon as they were out of sight she took her son and hurried to the neighbors where she remained until her husband returned. Mary Kane COLLEGE YOUTHS They go their countless carefree ways With mock and kind sobriety Among the elders as they haze The freshmen, lowest in degree. And daily they achieve an end, And though believing life complete, They are but marionettes who bend Upon a smaller stage, replete In all but size, and as they move They fit themselves to leave the play, Assume without a permanent groove. The excellence which they display Within the cast foretells the place Which they must fill or lose the race. Eson Meade QUESTION AND ANSWER A rumble like thunder resounded from one side of earth to the other, What was it? On the plain a furious battle was raging-- Men fell, cannons roared, soldiers lay wounded to die, The machine guns pattered out their songs of death. After the battle, quiet descended-- Wounded men lay suffering and dying, While far away their loved ones waited. Why were these men suffering? Why was this battle fought? Why was this war waged? Why should this father, son, and friend Fight other fathers, sons, and friends? They fought for their cause, They fought to save their homes. They fought to protect their children and loved ones, They fought to keep their land for generations to come. Lino Canolini f'X FOOTBALL Football started off with a bang the latter part of August when a large number of prospects came out for the positions left vacant by the graduation of eight veterans from the '27 eleven. Coach MoKittrick, who filled Hr. Reiben's place as football coach, and Assistant Coach, F. S. Hftord, had their hands full whipping the large squad into shape for the early game with Crescent City. Considering the large number of norccmorc cn tho squad, nad the fact that Conch McKittrick had a very short time to train his men the record which the black and gold has achieved may bo taken as most satisfactory. Injuries during the season were kept down to the minimum: so that when Arcntn met hor most formidable rival, Eureka, the HUGH was in good functioning order, and as a result tied Joy Willard's Red and Green Loggers in one of the woot thrilling, herd-fought games in the history of Albee Szedium. However, Arcate, with the loss of last yocrfs stern, coild not break through the opposition of the more experienced and heavier teams of Fortuna and Eureka in the other tilts. A word of praise must be given to F. S. Howard who assisted 'Meow in coaching. Conch Howard kept in shape n squad of ploy- ers to furnish opposition to the first string in scrinmeges, Considering all these facts, coupled with the materiel on hand, and the coaching of W. B. McKittrick, football followers of A. U. H. B. can lock forward to further laurels in football futures. The following are the games played: A Sept. 15 Crescent City at Arcata. Arcata 15 Crescent City 7. Sept. 50 Arcata at Fortuna. Arcatn 0 Fortuna 12. Cct. 6 Ferndale at Arcate. Arcate 24 Ferndale O. Oct. 13 Arcnta at Eureka. Arcate 6 Eureka 6. Oct. 20 Fortuna at Arcatn. Arcata 6 Fortuna 19. Oct. 2? Arcate at Ferndale. Arcata 15 Ferndale O. Nov. 4 Eureka at Aroata. Aroeta 0 Eureka 54. Aroata ranked third in the Humbolt County Interacholastic League, scoring 62 points to her opponents' 78. - The following boys were on the squad for tid season, and those designated by WA' won their letters. L. Tallman--guard E. Graham--end J. Wolford--hslfback H. Bixler-center V. Parton-half, A L. Pontoni--center, quarterback E. Tomlinson--tackle A. Cooper--end, A E. Mero -quarter, A E. Stayton--tackle, A R. Deering--guard, A A. Roche--half, A E. Meade--half, A C. Stromberg-quarter, A K. Tomlinson--guard ' M. Seidell--end C. Patonaude--center, A INTERCLASS Sundquiet--end, A Do Motto--tackle Giuntini--fullback, A Bt. Louis--end, half, A Silva--fullback V Scott-ond, full Simms--tackle Spott--half Scott-tackle Porter--guard, A Cummings--guard Merriam-and Penn--tackle, A Vnnoncini--end Cruz--half Fraser--guard Mc Neill-guard Louis Pontoni Much interest was shown in interclaee competition this past year, especially by tho girls. The Senior girls non the volley ball championship by defeating the Juniors after each had won from the Sophomoree and the Freshmen respectively. The Sophomores ran away with the basketball leurols. The Juniors, runnerosup, gave them a good game but the oecendmyenr girls were not to be denied. The Seniors and the Freshman followed in the order named The only boys' event to be completed was basketball. In the first round, the Seniors defeated the Sophomoros end the Juniors defeated the Freshmen. In the deciding game the Seniors, after trailing their opponents for the major part of the game, come out on top with n score of 18 to 14. Coach Elmore started an inter-elses tennis tournament early in the year but the only thing completed was the boys' doubles which was captured by the Junior team. Buster De Motto Meade Cooper Stromberg Tomlinson UNLIMITED BASKETBALL 1928-29 The Squad Coach HcKittrick Stayton Hadley . McFarland Sundquiet Patenaude 'Rocha Although the Unlimited Team failed to win the Championship in its division of the C. I. F., it proved to be one of the moot effective teams of tha county. Out of the sixteen gamoc played, the Black and Gold came out with twelve victories. Coach Mciittrick had little difficulty in selecting his unlimited first string, because he retained practically his came Championship Squad of 1937-28. Even though they didn't win the championship, the Unlimited Team nuoceeded in winning a moral victory over Eureka Highg and they also defected the H. 8. T. C., and the Champion team of the Humboldt Independent League, the Arcata Firemen. The Del Norte High School entered the C. I. F., eo the - Unlimitcde played them twice. The first game was played at Crescent City where, to our surprise, cur team was defeated, thus loeing its chance for the championship. GAMES PLAYED Munther'e.Stere 17 ve 19 Arceta 26 ve 15 Fortune Eureka Y.M.I. 15 ve 19 Arcata 19 ve 24 Creecent City Puritane 19 ve 17 Arcate 17 vs 21 Eureka Samoa 15 ve 19 Arcatc 21 ve 9 Fortuna Eureka Y.H.I. 9 ve 19 Arcata 58 ve 5 Ferndale Eureka Owls 15 ve 25 Arcata 29 ve 18 Crescent City Eureka Owle 20 ve 15 Arcata 29 va 25 Eureka H.S.T.C. 22 ve 34 Arcata 21 ve 15 Arcata Firemen LIMITED BASKETBALL 1928-29 'The Squad Coach UoKittr1ck Hero . Davitt Cooperrider Parton Mendes Gallagher McCoy Wolford Broken Downing Merriam Osborn The Lightweight Team was not very eucceeaful this year, for it won but two games of the county C. I. F., Coach McKittrick had c , . -- , -.,. ..,. 4. .,-.-. - . , - ..... ....- . Y -1 . f-.hw . ,nl . .e 375-,'."WfeFf: AP , .1 Free - lfgvr-.zwlmvnfwfv - --ry: f , - 1 + f ig 2 + "" 1 - -if 'iii''kffiijif-ii1934525355757fxM7 "Q 'J' JL! --. 'o..- ':v :Y 4 gl., f V 1 . J, I , 4 Mi: -'...1 ,ard "r - ge: " -- 1 .' 1. -75. . problem to develop a winning team cut- of comparatively green ' materiel, and, although four games were lost, he succeeded in Q turning out a fadrlygcod squad. Coach E-.ZcKittriclc' work ns not ' in vein, for many of the Lightweighte will enter the hetvyweidxt A division next been Arcato's IMT. h - The last game was played on our court with Eureke. Eureka-hal 5 ' 5 1 i f rival for years, and the game was one of the 'plppi cf the season. The first half of the game nee one et the hlrdestl Eureka ever hed, the score at that time was 7 to Grin favor of Eureka. But in the last half the Eureka team forged ahead to win f the game. Eureka. Jr. H1 Eureka Jr. Hi. Samoa Eureka Y.M.I. Ccllsglsns H.8.T.C Fortuna GAMES'PLAYED . Q 13 vs 25 Arceta 25 vs 14 FDTUQIIQ 13 vs 14 Arcatn 11 vs 27 ,'lUf!3l 22 vs 14 Arcata 10 vs 21 Purim! 21 vs 11 Arcata 42 vs 50 Firndlli 50 vs 9 Arcate. 14 vs 31 e -- 24 vs 12 Arcata. 25 vs 17 Blush Y.lQI,' ' 23 vs 11 Aroate. , Frank -Mendes -' '80 STRIKE-OUT GIUNTINI on Arcata's nine a player In shortstop did pastime And every time that he got up He received a scathing line. The pitcher knew his weakness Three strikes were put across Hs could not even foul the pill For the twirler was his bose. A It made no diff if the bases bulgsd eg When Bhortetcp came to bat f,35 Hs could not hit an outourve pitch 1: You could bet your brand new het. , Q Big groans come from the grandetand - They knew just yhst was up A SEE lhon oablinztc the Plate. qren f . 4 e 1 - Wljie'Gi'untii1i. 'eo 4 BASEBALL First Team Second Team Sundquist Catcher A. Jackson Bt. Louis Pitcher L. Scott Timmons First Base M. Silva Stromberg Second Baca Gallagher McCoy Third Ease R. Murphy Giuntini Short Stop J. Cruz Merriam Left Field S. Porter Hadley Center Field McFarland Penn Right Field H. Merriam The A.U.H.S. batobzll tern proved vrry oucccesful. Although we did not win the championship no were in the running for it until Eureka defeated us in our lsot gran ty a moore of 5 to 2. This game was played in Eureka although it was our home gem Our first game was played at Fcrtzni. We loot it by a score of 5 to O. Lock of hitting by our team civsed thi lcon of this contest Our next game was with Earzkw in Hur:?a and after a hot battle we won, 5 to 2. Tho bent game of tho nsaxan proved to bo the second Fortuna game at Arcatn. It '35 .'.' th: cnly game mhich we played nt homo and we won it.hy the close ozoro of 1 to O. Wea St. Louie, our pitcher, and Melvin Sundquist, our caters our team in all of our games. r, were tho mainstaye of We were unable to meet Crescent City but we hope to meet them next year and make up for loot tina. Several regular players will be left to make up the term and many of this ycarte substitutes will undoubtedly get their chance to display their wares. THE FRESHHAN SUB 'I always work the hardest,' The timid freshman groaned. ' 'When I have packed out all the bats, In the outfield do I roam. nI'm ehagging flies in left and right If the others are all done. I never get a chance to play While the others have the fun.n Some day this timid freshman, Upperolaeeman will become He will laugh at other freshiee Who are doing what he's done. Ugo Guintihi Ugo alumina A. U. H. S. WINS ANOTHER Our team indulged in practice The great game wee aheedg Eureka, our next victim, Of course would then eee red. Fortuna had been beaten In e battle royal, indeed, And those that did not eee the game The papers they did read. We journeyed to Eureka To fight for Bleek and Goldg Ae good a game ee e'er wee played The epeetetore did behold. Chet Stromherg, our firet better, To third base did pop up, Giuntini, then on four belle walked And Penn now took his cut. WHe The The Put gets on--on an error,0 scorer he did say, stage wee then eet for McCoy out by e double play. Eureka players came trotting in So confident that they would win. But Oh! what St. Louie did to them To relete would be e ein. We led them one to nothing, 'Twae inning number four, But here they rallied for a run And tied the score ence more. Then came the lucky eeventh, The ecore wee two and two, The fans were roaring loudly To their warriors to pull through. The eighth then proved to fandom That Arcetu hed the teem, Its players behind were playing St. Louie'e brilliant etenm. We scored the winning tally Which told the beet team wang Eureka, although defeated, Looked yet for the rising sun. You've heard the facts in full detail, Of course you'll not believe, But, if upon that game you gazed, Your money'e worth received. Ugo Giuntini 'u Ji H if Q w 4 2 4 if IV .E f F .Tn-. ,t - ..1-e-iid TENNIS Coach--Hr. Elmore The interest in tennis hz: lain fnffisr this year than any provifus year: ocnsoqugntly more ,T J Kas been developed among the players. Arcatn has had three prexii, -pzzic this year including The Humboldt State Teachers Collin , 'L High, and Fortuna High. We came out victorious in every mxex Coach Elmore, Hel Erognn, : yor, and Econ Heade and Burr Ho3onnahn, doubles players, miie to Ukieh to participate in the Northwestern Elimination To 3. Our doubles players, not having quite es much cemjotitifx , U: singles player, came out victorious and representoi Eortlwen 'Tn California in the tourna- ment at Berkeley on Key ll, :hare ey were defeated 1-2, and 6-4. The annual Humboldt Covnij C. T T. tennis tournament was played at Foriuna, Hey 18, nn! ended in 4 with Aroats and Fortuna Bhar- ing first honors. Ae Q resale ff ine iie each school will have pol- oczsion of the championship rieqa, fc: six months of the next year. Event Arccte Entrants Winners Boys' singles Harold Brogen Fortuna 10-8, 8-10, 6-3 Girls' singles Feuline Ranzcy Fortuna 5-6, 6-4, 6-0 Boys' doubles Econ Hondo Lfdlfl Burr ZcConnahe 6-2, 7-5 Girls' doubles mario Williams Arcata Margery Torp 6-2, 6-2 Mixed doubles Edrie Horton Eureka Wilfred Brown 6-4, 5-7, 7-5 1 Pauline Ramsey TRACK when Coach 'Iac' CMcKittriokJ issued the call for track osndidates this spring, several veterans reported for duty. There was also sons untried materiel that lookednvery promising at the very first workout, and a good track team was organized. That this team was a good one has been proved a fact as the Black and Gold has already won two meets and has made an excellent showing in a third. On the fourth of May, our boys journeyed to Crescent City where they took on the fest Del Norte High School boys in a dual most. The score see-sawed back and forth and when thirteen events had been run off, the score stood at 575 for both schools. The relay was the lest event and Arcata meds sway with that thereby winning the meet 625 to 5?i. Arnold Cooper end Jock Wolford deserve special credit as they ceptured first pleces in every event they entered. ' eq Setnrdsy, Hey ll, a triangular meet ess held on the Arcntdf, field between Crescent City, Fortune, and Arcata. This also proved to he in exciting meet. Crescent City led the schools until the last two Jvents 'when Arcste tool: first and second in the broad ,jump and .thsn,tcok,the relay in n spectacular manner. The scores in this meet were: Archie 50, Crescent City 455, and Fortuna 28L. Again Cooper . and Wolfdnd.took first places in their respective events, but the . other boys are also to to congratulated on their showing, especially Cruz, who, in spite cf nn injured ankle, tied for first place in the pole ,vault . , ,Two records were vnofficielly nrnkon in our second meet.- Cooper clipped 215 of a second in the high hurdles and the Arcnte relay teen, composed of V. ?crtcn, 3. Chamberlain, X. Tomlinson and Cooper, broke the county record thick h.: stood for several yesrs.- - 1,-. - On Sdtdrday, the 15th, we mot Eureka in a duel meet which Eureka won by the close score of 62 to 60. However, we won sight first 1 places. This is significant, because entrants winning second and third places will not go for in the county meet which will take place Saturday, Ney 25th, in Eureka.. , V 2 t On Moy 18th, Cooper nnofficislly broke the county record for the 120 high hurdles when he ron thin in the fest time of 16.2 seconds. 0ur,reley team clipped 5.2 seconds off of the county record of one' minute 39.8 seconds. C Those winning first plsccs nero: Wolford, 880: Cooper, 120 H. H.: Wolford, milog Cooper, 220, Krohn, 330 L. H.g Timmons, discus: Cooper, broad jummpg and the Aroata relay team. Buster De Motto Hpmon Pnorsssromnnr SPEAKING.--Ah! A 10056 washer, asia thedplumber as he watched a window washer fall from the seventeenth story. CLEANING THINGS UP.--Jeannette Barter--Don't the football team ever have their suits washed? V51 Parton-Sure, what do you think the scrub team is for? BTEALING THEIR STUFF.-'Ed Forsyth--Teachers sro worse than the immigration authorities at Ellis Island nowadays. Charlie Murray-How come? Ed-They've swiped the slogan, 'They shall not peset HUHBLE ATTITUDEf--Pa-This is going to hurt mo more than it does U OU n U30-Well, don't be too hard on yourself, Pop, I'm not worth it. THE AGE OF CHIVALRY.-Brick--Arnold ought to he n knight. Senior-Why eo, dearie? Brick--Last night when I got cold he made me e coat of arms. SCIENTIFIC DEFINITION.-Ernie--what is on oyster? Abe--An oyster is e fish built like a nut. CHOICE.--Chet--Which would you rather be, an oyster or a college student? ' Ernie--A college student, of course. The oyster only gets stowed 0806 in a life time. GEOGRAPHICAL RESTAURANT.--Waiter--Are you Hungary? Broker--Yee, Siam. Waiter--Den Russia to the table and I'll Fiji. Broker--All right. Sweden my coffee and Denmark my bill. FEABED CONSEQUENCES.-Alice--Why do you go with Carl? Ho's a had egg. Martha--I'm afraid to drop him. N0 THOROUGHFARE.--Louis Pontoni-Why don't you put on your llioker? Alfred Christie--I cen't. I got book in one hand and it won't go through the sleeve. PRETTY WISE.-Mr. Hem--How much time did you spend on this lesson? Porter-One hour ralroad timen Hr. Ham--Oh! I see, one hour counting stops and delays. INMUNITY.--Harry B-Whiskey kills more people than bullets. Abe-That's because bullets don't drink. Hurry!--Norman Ou ings says that all he wants is a chance to express himself. Fine! where to? FOB UR. BLUORB Oh chemist of skill, investigate! Answer this quiz: of mine, I think I know where Carbonate, But where did iodine? HM PASSED.-Frances Wilkins-D'Ja pass in French? Harold Welch--Best in class. Frances W.--How'd Ja know? Harold W.-Miss Hagopian told me I didn't need to come anymore. BAD FATE.-Miss Sample treading play to classy-- Two burglars here enter the living room, and the clock strikes one. A. Christie--Which one? BIG APPETITB.-Are you fond of autos? Abe Rocha--Am I, you ought to see the truck I ate for lunch. T00 BAD.-There was once a girl named Marie, Whose figure was terribly petite. And when she essayed. To drink lemonade She slipped thru the straw And did dee. N0 CONTACT.--Richmond--How'd you like to tour Europe in your car? Schusemann--Naw, what's the use? Those Frogs and Germans wou1dn't understand the wise cracks on it. HOMBR STAH 'S NOTEBOOK. Blizzard--Inside of a chicken. Mountain range--A large cook stove. Oxygen--An eight-sided figure. Frcntpiece--A head light on a Ford. Dispel--To s 611 incorrectly. Furlough--A fur-bearing animal. Buttress--A ganny goat. Observatory--A place where flowers are kept Butter--A Billy goat. Joan of Arc--one of Noah's daughters. N0 JOKE.-A certain individual was accused of having stolen a saxophone. . The Judge--How far did you carry away the stolen object? 'One mi1s,'rep1ied the accused man, 'But it was done only as a Joke.n The Judge-That'e carrying a Joke too far. Thirty days! BELIEVE IT OR NOT.--Arnold C--One man in New York dies every minute. Earl S.-JYeah, I'd like to see him. DANGER AHEAD! Every nerve in Meade's body wee tout. His every sense WQB strained to the highest pitch. Slowly, very slowly, he turned the knob, anxiously noting the effect. He muetn't turn it too fast or surely he would lose it. A fine adjustment now would just get it and then--success! He twisted the knob to the right very slowly. Eureka! he had it. The hot and cold water for his bath was adjusted Just exactly right. CAPTAIN OF HIS SOUL.-Val-No girl ever made a fool out of me. Louie-Who was it then? FASTIDIOUBi--Jeweler-Whadaya mean, breakfast watch? Harry B.-A waterproof wristwatch so I won't have to tnkc it off every morning when I dip my doughnuts in coffee! DEMONSTRATION.-Dale M.-Have you heard the one about John Gilbert and Greta Garbo kissing? Pauline-No. Go ahead. Dale I.-Well, you see it's this way ---- POETIC EXAGGERATION.--Miss Sample--Are you chewing gum in my class? Carl Penn--New, this ain't gum: 1t's terbaccer. lisa Sample--Oh, I beg your pardon. AMATEURS ONLY.-Johnny Scott--For two cents I'd knock your block off. Chet--Get away from me, you professional. INSULT FOR INJURY.-Harold Brogan--l'm through with that girl. Louis Tallman-Howes? Harold B.--She asked me if I danced. Louie T.--Well, what'e insulting about that? Harold B.-I was dancing with her when she asked mo. UNFAVORABLE WEATHER.-Mrs. Meade--Charlie, have you done your outside reading yet? Charlie M.--No, it'e been raining all day. T.N.T.--The Freshman was exuberant. Ma got me a new dictionary, but I don't have to read it, it's self-pronouncing! ANAESTHETIC.--Louis Tallman--What would I have to give you for A kiss? Janet Stewart--Chloroform. 1 ..,.. Xlrifx 4 Ll " V ' f --4----1... D, " A X . x f K JV - EFIQHM f Vx 9 ,, af ,Y f all-G ff! f f"Xx'!Y ,MIX - 1.f""f' ,f I ig . 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