Eureka High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Eureka, CA)
- Class of 1921
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Seniors ,..,..,,.................. .....
Mid-VVinter Class .......,,....
Summer Class of 1921 ....,,
The Redwoods .......
Our City Library ................
A Word of Appreciation .,,A..
The Staff .... ...............................
Save the Redwoods ......
Literary ....,,.......................... .............
Editors Note .................. ..............,,,,,,..... ..................-.......---.....
Fresh'm.an Honor Word Picture-The Blacksmith .,....
Sophomore Honor Story-Spirits ....,...........,...............
Junior Essay-Time ...,............. . ...................................
Senior Honor Drama-A Morning with Iimsy ....
Senior Honor Poem-Spring
In the Month of March .........,.... ...... .
Organizations ....,......,.,.......................................... .,...,........,....,........................ . ..
Annual Report of the Eureka
High School Mill Association
Stockholders' Meeting ............,............,........................v. .,-i......,.....i.---. . --
The Mill Pond ..........,.
The Sawmill ........,..,.,.......
The Planing Mill .......Y,. ......
Sash and Door Factory .,...,
The Spanish Labor Union ....
The Cook House ..., ,....... .i..... , ................,......,..............,.,............. t
The Co-operative Educational Association of E. H. S. ..... .
Student Body Officers .....i........................i..,.................,.....
Executive Committee ......
The Bonhre Rally ....,..,...
Athletic Notes ,,,,,, ..............................
Eureka Girls' Companions .....
Boys' Basketball ...v.......,........
The Canary and the Parrot ..,,
The Telescope ......,............
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Edith McGeorge C. D. Herriott Antoinette Boice
Elsie Brown J. L. Kerchen Bessie M. Smith
'Marion G. Renshaw Charles L. Searcy Cecile Clarke
Frances N. Ahl Geo. A. Morgan Agnes Borg
Leta Puckett Miss Duane E. C. Hansen
Ruby Powell J. E. Doren Edith Montgomery
Sophia C. Norbutt R. H. Wallin Bertha M. Fitzell
Emily V. Poindexter Alene Woodbury Maude Winzler
F. B. Flowers
illlih- intvr Ullman
hlnnitmrs. Stwpliniiitwes anfl lfreshies sat in the high selitiul antlittirinin. Swine
sniffetl, others ltnoketl clnlefnl antl stnne wore Zltlllllflllg' lotllis, ililltlv the exeel-
lent l3I'tJQ"l'ZlIll shunltl have euinpensatetl the wtmefnl ttnes. it seeinetl tn have ex-
aetly the opposite etlfeet.
Un the stage sat exaetly twenty-live iieryons perstvnages. XYas it nut their
g,g'i'acluatimi anrl tlicln't they want to leaye a lasting' inipressinn in the niintls of
their erstwhile sehtinltnates? 'llxi he sure they clicl. .Xll the -lll's had the same
.Xt last the exercises eanie tu a elnse. 'l'he palpitating Seniurs reeeivetl
their tlipltnnas antl the antlieinee tlepartecl. 'l'he antliturinin was clarlcenecl. lint
ill the air seenietl tw linger the jnnihle of yytmls that harl lmeen ntterecl that
evening, sneh as: ".Xnutlier gntmtl elass gene." ".Xin't it great to he a Se-niur?"
t'l'his last prolaalmly ntteretl hy a l+'reshnian.l Ur again the belligerent vtmiee if
swine wunlrl-he winner wt all events. "XYhat'll we tltt almunt athleties next year?"
"lJon't the girls lonlc nice?" in atliniring tones, llnt all these statements are
tlrmynetl hy the one tiniexwrn statement, "'l'here'll never he another elass like
this une,-till the next time."
Helen Cave ' Carroll Nixon Laura Hansen
Ethel Martin Harold Hilfiker Ellen Johnson
Catherine Jewett Harold Holmberg Ruby Johnson
Miriam Soule David Kerr Helen Conant
Laura Dinsmore Lewis Wood Nathelle Simpson
Grace Mitchell Harold Sundfors Mary Cartwright
Doris Plummer Helen Wells Leota Mo
Edward Foster Mildred Bryant
Helen Cave Carroll
Nixon Laura Hansen
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Ethel Martin Harold Hilf1icker Ruby johnson
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Doris Plummer Helen Wells
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Knnthei' class is ahunt tn grzulnz e
Summer Qllaum nf 1921
lt l1inim's, Soplunnures zintl Frush hz
lIlliCl1 21 step fm'w':n'cl hnt it ezninnt he eninpzirecl tn the V11
st stride the Senic
have zleeuinplishecl. Juniors will lmeemne grave seniors lint erin they till tht
position as znlinirzilmly znnl gravely as those who are relinclnislnng it? Can the
elzlss :ls incliviflnzlls emnpzire tziynmlmly tn the llClJZll'llllQ' Selliwrs?
llzwe we annthei' Glenn linslnnnre tznnerl fm' lmzislcetlmall :incl sprinting
,nr class? xyllilt will the girls' hzisketlmzill teznn clu without l22ll'l2l lleynnlcls
l'ezn'l -XllClCl'Sllll, linth XYlllZlC1' znnl Captain Olive Reclnionflf
lYill the Sequoia he as m'ig'inal next year as it is this. clne tn the gnicling
inllnenee of llntln llzirper? .Xncl mn' ilehziting' teznn will lose ai vzilnzlhle mein
her when Kliss llurpei' g'l'2lllllZllC63.-
The loss of Captain Sill lizirtlett :incl Nl2ll'CL'l .X1lznns, the fztninns niilei
will hurt mn' prospects in track.
ln fact nearly every lllClllllL'l' of the elzlss seems tu have rnucle his niarlc in
swine hrzlneh nt the high selinol's many clepzirtnients.
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Earla Reynolds Theodore Wrigley Rose Penn
Cora Lucas Harold Bacon Mae Sullivan
Olive Redmond Marcel Adams Kathleen Hoover
Glenn Rushmore Pearl Anderson
Claire Swanson john Van Duzer
Honora McAllister Douglas Curry
Harper Kenneth Mortsolf Chrissi
Adah Hunt Mays Naileigh
Adele Savage Ellis Delaney
Helen DeCantil1on Raymond Calkins Clara Martz
Dorothy Nelson john Spain Verna Hill
Ruth Winzler Joe Burgess Gertrude Nordeck
Rose Hadley Carl Torgerson Francis Nordeck
Mary Shaw Selwyn Switzer Gladys McKnight
Lucille Shaw Alvin Speegle Evelyn Reid
Rose Petersen Henry Geering Campbell Rankin
Sydney Bartlett Wilbur DeCarlow George Scott
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'IX loyal, just, and upriglit "The village all declared "
g'CllllClIl2lll.'I how mneh tSJhe knew."
Harold Bacon Mildred Brisley
"IIe'1l lll2lliC a proper man." "ller looks do argue l1er
replete witl1 modesty."
Raymond Calkins Douglas Curry
"X'l'ith all good graee to 'IX man of good repute, ear- '
grace a Q'Cllll0lll2l.ll.U l'l1lQL', hearing and estif
Helen DcCantillon Ellis Delaney
'IX pensive maid." imklsl-IIIJIC.-illltl mild."
Rose Hadley Ru-Flo Harper
hIIL'l'KllS1ltlSllll0ll is devout." "I'llCl'll2lI sunshine of the
Kathleen Hoover Adah Hunt
"IIow amialile and inno- "I see thou knowest what
cent." is ot use to know."
Lucile Shaw Muriel Stock
".Xn adniirahle lllL1SIL'Illll.u 'KX voice. sweet as tI1e note
of the Cllilflllltl lute."
Ile lived at peace with all
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truth and honesty."
l.ike a dog, he hunts in
Kenneth Mortsolf Clara Martz
"llis words were all so 'l saw sweet beauty i11 her
john Van Duzer
"Never man sighed truer
"That thou art fair, is most
'KX nohle soul, and lineage
"ller vofee was ever soft.
gentle Zlllfl low."
'lShe is a woman of il
'XXII l1er perfeetions chal-
"llis zeal a kindred flame
"'I'hose almont her, from her "
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heart was glad."
"In thy heart the dew of
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".Xnd many a joke had he." "
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'IX maiden never hold,"
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I ure dignity. composure
I am IICYCF inerry when
hear sweet music."
llis heart was full of
"ks full of spirit as the
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month of May."
,Xlways the same, serene
of soul and eyes."
llis neighhors he did not
"Ile was a gentleman."
'Nor know we anything so
shall read the perfect ways asked him how a Illllll fair as is the Sllllll' upon
of honor." should kill time." thy face."
Adele Savage Chrissie Rankin Rose Penn
"Of kindly nature." NIll,i1'ClllOllSlll'01llll0l'IH "Thy life is dear."
Campbell Rankin Olive Redmond Glenn Rushmore
"Ilright as tI1e sun, her "Not speaking ninehg 'HX prinee's favors hut fill
eyes." pleased rather with the few t-an fall."
joy of her own lllUll2'IllS.H
Editor-in-Chief ..... ..- Ru-F lo Harper
f Kenneth Mortsolf
Associate lilditorse ..,. -llaverett Comm
Art s,ras..,,- -.,-
Calendar -,- ---
Dramatlcs - ,, ........ .. -
Telescope and Debating- -
Society e o . s ..e. .... . . -
Athletics - - -
Music a - - -
Exchanges r , - , a ,
Organizations a - -
Snapsmsr, ee., ,.--e-
Business Manager - - . - - ,
Ass't. Business Manager- a
I f Sydney Bartlett
f Mays Naileigh
X Wellesley Hill
2 Susan Reynolds
Kenneth Mortsolf Ru-Flo Harper Everett Corten Honora McAllister
Thomas Quigg Dorothy Atwill Wallace Malloy Adah Hunt
Wilbur DeCarlow Berneice Little Mays Naileigh Dorothy Hodges
Wellesley Hill Susan Reynolds Sidney Bartlett Earla Reynolds
Alvin Speegle Errol Gow Marcel Adams
Smut Ihr llvhmnnhn!
"The Cutting of the Sequoia for grape stakes or railroacl ties is like break-
ing up one's granclfather's clock to save the trouble of splitting logs at the
wood-pile, or lighting one's pipe with a Greek manuscript to save the trouble
of reaching for the matches."-Madison Grant.
"I appeal to you to protect these mighty trees, these wonderful monuments
of beauty. There is nothing more practical in the end than the preservation of
"Through all the eventful centuries since Christ's time God has cared for
these trees, savecl them from drought, disease, and a thousand storms, but He
cannot save them from saw-mills: this is left to the American people."-John
SAVE THE REIIIVUUIISJ
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lielieving that what the students desire in their animal is a picture book
rather than a literary magazine we have shortened the literary department this
year and g'iven mo1'e space to pietures and snap-shots. XXX' have, however. tried
to make the literary department a reflection of the highest standa1'd of lfnglish
work done in this school and have accordingly selected only what was con-
sidered by members of the faculty the best eompositions from the lireshman.
Sophomore, junior and Senior Iinglish Classes.
Hrvnhman Mnnnr mnrh iiirturr---Uhr Elarkzmith
The grimy-faced, leather-aimroned blacksmith bent low over his task. .Xt
that particular time he was hammering a heavy iron shoe on an excited young
colt. livery time it jumped or made a pretense at moving. he would grasp its
leg more tig'htly and the great veins of his b1'awny arm would cord up and
bulge out showing his marvelous strength. XYhen he rose from his bending
position. his brow was covered with perspiration and he was panting from
exertion. There he stood, six feet in height. powerfully and broadly made.
linder the grime and dirt. blue eyes twinkled merrily, and under the black skull
cap yellow hair. slightly streaked wvith gray, formed itself into many little curls.
llis chin was square and had a determined set to it. but as he tln'ew down his
hammer and prepared to shape another horseshoe, he began to sing. and his
countenance bo1'e a look of jollity and good will.
Marion Stewart, 1 ,X.
Svnphnmnrv itlunnr Svtnrg---Svpirita
"lluhl l bet you'd be scared to death. l'll just dare you to do it once."
llilly Masons shrill tenor broke the somber stillness of a midsummer afternoon
with its challenge.
"Scared nothing! Do you think l'm a baby?" came a rejoinder from the
tip-top limb of the apple t1'ee in which the boys were seated.
"lYell. l never said you were a cowardfl llilly conceded, "but just the same,
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l bet you wouldn't stay in that old, deserted house alone for ten minutes. l've
heard it was-haunted."
"Hauntedl llo, llol" jim llarrison nimhly let himself to the ground as
he spoke. "Come on and we'll see who's seared of an old vacant house. XYe'll
The two adventurers trudged through the orchard gate and down the dusty
road to where the offending mansion stood, its boarded up windows and unkept
premises giving it a lonesome, dreary look,
hlim led the way with perfect composure to the hack part of the house where
a sliding door gave admittance to the cellar, and soon he was seated in the dim
interior waiting patiently for llilly's announcement that time was up.
The minutes dragged slowly hy. lt seemed to 'lim he must have been sit-
ting there for nearly half an hour and still no welcome summons came from the
outside. l'rompted hy a feeling of uneasiness, he got up and groped his way
clumsily toward the door, hut to his surprise only the cold, unrelenting wall
met his hands. Round and round the cellar he rushed, pushing, pulling and
kicking, but to no avail, The door had evidently ceased to exist. llis loud.
frenzied calling met with no better success, for llilly, frightened by an unusual
disturbance in a bush, had fied in terror.
There seemed to he nothing for the little captive to do but sit down and
make tl1e best of it. 'llhe dim light and ghostly silence brought all sorts of weird
stories to his distracted mind. and the objects about him assumed unnatural
Shapes. ,Xfter trying every means to reassure himself, he finally lay down and
covered his face with his hands to shut out those thoughts and sights.
just how long he slept there he could not tell, but when he awoke a strange.
apprehensive feeling had seized him. .Xs he raised on his elbow to look ahout.
a door leading to the upper part of the house swung slowly and mysteriously
open. jim's heart skipped a beat as he saw a tall, black-rohed figure enter
silently and close the door behind him. llardly daring to breathe, he clutched
the sacks on which he was lying and waited for the worst. lt was not long in
coming, for in another instant this terrible "ghost" was bending over him, feel-
ing around him, and-his hand touched the hoy's face. Unable to control him-
self longer, Jim emitted a wild scream which was immediately echoed and re-
echoed by a thoroughly frightened "ghost," Screaming like a madman the
apparition rushed for the door, upsetting the table and extinguishing the candle
in his haste. Hut again the door waas nowhere to he found.
In the meantime, however, a change had come over the little boy huddled
in the corner. lle had recognized in this unusual visitor from Spirit land a
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decidedly familiar voice and n1anner. Timidly he stepped forward a11d asked i11
.1 wavering voice. "That you, L'ncle Remus ?"
The negro raised himself from the heap of boxes amongst which l1e had
lallen and replied in a relieved b11t u11certai11 tone, "T--l--land yes, chile! you
p--p--purty nigh scared me outen seven years' growth, you young'un. lie blest
if l ever set foot in this heah house agin', whisky or no whisky."
The next afternoon a very tired but triumphant little boy condescendcd to
relate to l1is playmates. for about the sixteenth time that day, just how he l1ad
spent the night, how many ghosts. spirits and other supernatural beings had
attempted to make way with him. and how, through the help of Uncle Remus,
he had fooled them all and escaped from that haunted place, alive and unharmed.
.Uuninr itrmnr 7 Haag---Gimp
There is an important element in the activity of n1an which can be classed
as neither matter 11or energy, yet has a very important place in all actions.
XYithout it nothing co11ld be accomplished: there would be no ambition
and no progress. ln everything we do it is a great factor. lt C311 not be made
to serve men. yet it has been of the greatest service. From its records we have
learned mucl1 which is of great yalue in all our decisions and plans. The thing
of which I speak is time.
A man is usuallv judged by his acctwmplishments, and time co11ld be well
judged by the same 1mit. All around us we see tl1e accomplishments of time.
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lt has filled the world with beauty and sometimes desolation but the good
works far outnumber the bad. All nature is the work of ti1ne. Klan is not able
to equal nature because his tin1e is shorter. Tlirough centuries time has been
engaged in moulding the Grand Canyon. It never hurries, but is always
moving, slow and irresistible. Time has brought about the disintegration of
vast empires and left only their memory. lts work goes on forever, and who,
if he could see the things that time sees. could not work well?
One of the greatest accomplishments of time is the increase which it brings
about. This remarkable work is evident every place. lt takes place in all kinds
of agriculture. For the small amount that we give, time returns great harvests
that feed the world. One representative of it in civilization is compound in-
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terest. lt is amazing how money will increase through eompound interest
Une form of compound interest is ohtained through study and amhition. Regu-
lar work pays regular interest hut all extra work reeeives eompound interest.
luxtra hours spent in study in early life pay large dividends in the future.
To tell the works of time would require many volumes. ,Xll history is tht
record of time. XYithout time, man eould aeeomplish nothing: with 1
't. he can
lfdwin Doane, 3 .X.
Svninr ignunr Emma---A illlnrning ith .Uiuwg
Time 9 A. ll.
Mrs. liarhara Norland.
Setting. fLihrary of judge Xorland's home. .Xt haek of room, there are
two large hook eases filled with hooks. .X small lihrary tahle. a divan at one
end of the room, and several large leather ehairs placed around the room eom-
plete the furnishings of the room.J .Xt rise of Curtain-judge Norland, a
middle aged, pleasant faeed man is diseovered entering the room He goes to
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the library tahle, pieks up a hook and returns it to the hook ease. -lust as he
is elosing hook ease door. his wife liarhara Norland, a handsomely dressed
woman, enters. Judge Norland meets her at the eenter of the room.
Mrs. Norland. Alhert, do you think you can manage .limsy a little while?
l must run down to Madge's a few moments.
Klr. Norland. XYhy, llahs, of course l can.
Mrs. Norland. l shall send him to you right away. flfxitl
fjudge Norland goes to the door with his wife. lle then eomes to tahle
pieks up paper, sits in ehair left of tahle, and starts to read. ln a few minutes
ulimsy, a lively boy of four years of age, enters.J
Jimsy. Mama says I am to he your visitor until she eomes hack. l
thought I would hring my hloeks to entertain us. tputs hloeks on Hoorl.
judge Norland. Yes. you are to spend the morning with nie. You sit on
the floor and huild a Xloolwortlt tower while l finish my paper.
blimsy. fSitting on the tlooipj Daddy.
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Mr. Norlaud. Yes, son.
jimsy. l don't want to build a XYoolworth tower. I want to build a wed-
Mr. Norlaud. A wahat?
jimsy. A wedding tower. l heard cook say her sister had gone on a
Mr. Norland. tlaughingl Oh, well, suppose we build a church tower then.
Mr. Norland. Now what is it?
jimsy. ,-Xren't I your guest?
Mr. Norland. Yes.
nlimsy. VYell then. is it nice of you to read all the time?
Mr. Norland. All right-what do you want me to do?
jimsy. Make me a tent out of that tpointing to table l'llllllQl'il so I can
play hospital. l'll run to cook for some medicine. truns 'out.j
Uuclge Norland takes table cover and drapes it around chair in the eorner.l
Jimsy. tealling off stageil, Daddy, come help me bring in my patients.
tMr. Xorland goes out. Re-enters in a few seconds carrying box of tin
soldiers, bandages and several paper bags, followed by -limsy who carries cat
under one arm and leads a dog with the otherfl
Nr. Norland. tsighing as he puts down boxl. Now. son, you must play
by yourself and let me finish my paper.
jimsy. ttying eat to leg of chair and arranging tin soldiersl. All right.
Now this poor man is blind. I will have to give pussy some chloroform.
Mr. Norland Cbecoming interested in jimsy's playfl What do you use for
blimsy. Sugar ttrying to force some down the cat causing great commotionj
Mr. Norland Ctrying to ready. XYell jim, l wish you would chloroform
your patients to keep them quiet.
flimsy. l cau't Chloroform them while l'm giving them "thetics." l
guess the doctor better take some chloroform, too.
Mr. Norland flaughingij. Perhaps it would be a good plan to chloroform
both doctor and patients. llut, jimsy, dou't eat any more sugar, Do you hear?
jimsy tbandaging a soldierl. Yes. 1 hear. This poor man needs a new leg.
l guess doctor needs more medicine.
Mr. Norland tturning in time to see jimsy put spoon in his mouthfl
lJidn't you just hear father tell you not to eat more sugar? tlinter Mrs. Nor-
land. She stands to one side during conversation between father and son.l
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limsy. Yes, I hearcl you.
Mr. Norlancl fsternlyl. 'llhcn what rlo you mean hy clisolmeying nie? Come
here. Tell me the truth now. lliml you eat sugar?
ilimsy. No. Daclcly.
Mr. Norlancl fangrilyl. You are storying to nie. I saw you. lJon't say
another thing to me until you are rearly to confess.
.Iimsy Iturning to his n1other.I You believe me clon't you, mother?
Mrs. Norlancl. Yes, I believe you vlimsy. Iliisses him. 'limsy exits.I
Mr. Xorlanrl. liarhara clo you mean to say that you helieve ,Iimsy when I
saw him take the sugar just after I tolcl him not to?
Mrs. Xorlancl. Yes. I helicve him. There is something that tells nie he
1lirln't clisobey you intentionally. lt's the same something that marle me
Imelieve you were innocent when I rearl the articles in the paper telling how you
tried to gain a large sum of money lmy iinprisoning that poor man.
Mr. Norlanrl. lint that is clifferents--.
Mrs. Norlancl. Xo, it isn't. I have the same faith in .Iimsy that I hail in you.
LX knock is heartl at the floor. Klr. Xorlancl opens it. The cloctor enters
carrying the limp hotly of jimsy.I
Doctor. tI'laeing .Iimsy on tlivan I. Get me some warm water. quick.
talr. Xorlancl goes out. returning in an instant with water. Klrs. Xorlanml
rushes and kneels hesitle .Iinisy as tloctor is clressing the wountl on his heacl.I
Mrs. Norlancl. Oh. what has happenecl to my Iimsy? Is he hurt haclly?
Doetor. Your boy has hail a pretty elose call. It was a roek thrown hy
little Dan Livingston . The chilflren saicl they were quarreling over you. Seems
like Dan believed the artieles that appearecl in the paper recently anfl your son
flicIn't. lt was lucky l was passing hy, I'I'o Nlrs. Xorlanrll Your hoy will he
all right. See, he is gaining consciousness now.
Mrs, Norlancl Ito her hushanrl who is leaning over the tlivan watching
Iimsv eloselvl Qee he lvtcl faith in vou Ile clicIn't helieve you ffuiltv
Mr. Norlancl. Yes. you are right. Igently shaking his sony -Iinisy. I
Ivelieve you. You rIicln't knowingly rlisohey me.
.Iimsy tweaklyl. I am- glacl, llafltly. It wasn't sugar I ate. It was salt.
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Streteliing ineszis wlure the yellow innstztrml
Dances in the suni
lirzigrzuit oreliztrcls, glistening wlliteg
Rosy petals fluttering to tlie
Liltinq lmircl-notes in the airi
Deep lilne mountains, purple-sluulamwerl.
.X glistening' crest of snowi
Sky of azure. snowy elonclecl:
Szuuly shore with wliite-ezippecl wzlvelets.
Xlvove. a sinking sun.
iXncl over ull-cleep, pervzuling' peuee.
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llillowinlf lawns. tenmler U'reen--
llullroonis for tlie rlzuieing eroenses
Deekecl in fflitterinff -folcl :intl rovzil nur ble.
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'llripping clafforlils, along' the gzirclen pzull.
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Cliinlminff vines witli o ieninff leaves:
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lilozitinff from the onen doors.
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llee. 3. Carnival. .Xthletie tieltl almost inipassahle on aeeonnt of heavy
rain. Stuclents considering' hnilcling ferry to eross lake or
ehartering Nliss Klclleorges liortl to inalce trips aronntl tieltl
carrying passengers to llyin.
17. Senior Play.
21. Class Night.
23. Graduation exercises.
jan. 10. llaelc again to :laily grinfl after lmrief Christmas vacation.
lfeh. -1. lirosh reeeption. Little tots of lll class weleonietl to our niitlst.
22. ,Xlmost entire sehool ents in honor of Geo. 1Yashington.
23. l,1ll11Sllll1C1l1. to he announeecl liriclay.
25. .Xll the lnlaelcguarcls anml reprohates who trietl to foster the
spirit of lihertx' in 12. ll. S. eontleinnetl to four tlays in the
"hoosgow" tafter sehool.l
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15. Snooliy has left the State 'l'heatre. lint tlon't worry. We still
have "Hoof" lienwiek in the high sehool.
18. Community Day. Klother ancl. Father eolne to sehool to see how
johnny is tloing. liureka clehaters win mlehate from liortnna.
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Annual Kmart nf thr Eureka igigh Svrhnnl
'llhe stockholders of the lfureka lligh School Mill hold their monthly meet-
mgs on the first Monday of each month. During these monthly sessions the
reports of the committees are given and the business of the mill is attended to or
discussed. One of the important questions that have come up before the stock-
holders' meeting is the changing of the constitution.
The stockholders have elected the following directors for this year:
President tfirst semcsterl ,, ,,.. .... ,,,,, , , ,, ,,,, ...., , ,, ,,,.,.,,.,, ,,,,, . ,. Carroll Nixon
President isecond semesterl , .. ..,,i,,ii Earla Reynolds
Secretary ,,,..., ..ii... , ,. ,,,,,, , ,,,, ., Mary Greenberg
'llerasurer , ....... ,.,..,. . ,. .,.., , ,,,,,,,,. .,..,, . ,. ....i,... ,, ,,,,,,,, Theodore XYrigley
Sergeant-at-arms Hirst semesterl ..,,,,.. Harold llilfiker
Sergeant-at-zn'ms lsecond semester! ,, Kenneth Mortsolf
.Xthletic Manager , ...,.li.i .,.i,,,, at ee,, Lawrence McGrath
Yell Leader , ....,,,.,. ,,,,,.. Carl Swanson
liditor-in-chief ,....,, ,,,,,. Ru-Flo llarper
llusiness Manager ...ii,...... ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,...... ,, . i,,,, iii.,,.,,,,,.,.,, . Marcel Adams
The Executive Committee consists of the following: Chairman, Cfirst
semesterl Carroll Nixon: fseeond semesterl, lfarla Reynolds: secretary, Mary
Greenberg: treasurer, Theodore XN'rigley: Mays Naileigh, -lA: Kenneth Hill, 4ll,
Thomas Quigg. SA: Irma French, Sli: Katherine Schwab, ZA: Glenn Ogg, Zllg
XN'ilfred Stoffer, l.X: and Keith Mortsolf, Ill.
The Estimating Conunittee consists of Earla Reynolds, Mary Greenberg.
Wilbur De Carlow. Lawrence McGrath, and Mr. XYallin.
Tlllf MILL POND
There is an alarming increase in the amount of timber received in the
mill pond this year. llowever, quality as well as quantity can be found in the
timber. which promises us good prospects for the outputs of 1924.
The foremen of the A section are as follows:
President .,e,,,,,,,,,,eee, ,,,, ,,,cee, , , ,,,eeee,,,,,,, ,.ee,,,,ii,,, , ,,,,,,..iii i,,,,,, c c C ,,.. ...... l l oward llensel
Yiee President ,,,,,, .......... . -Xrthur XVahl
Secretary e,.,,,,,,,ee,,,,,,,,,c ....,:.:..i.i,. I rene Canuam
Sergeant-at-arms ,,,,, ..:. B enjamin Marshall
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Executive ,.,,,,,., ,, ,AAAAA..... .A..A..... , ,,.... .
The foremen of ll section are:
l'resirlent ...... AAA,.,,,, , .. ,, ..,., ,.
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, l.eno Moll
The timlmer of 1919-1920 is now in the sanymill where it is lacing' sawed
rough lnmlier. This lnmher is saicl to he of clnrahle qnalitx.
The foremen for the A section are:
l'rcSiflcnt ,,,,,,....,.......,,,,,, .,..., ,,,,,..... , , I ,,,,, 'Ifranklin Iflowers
Yice l'resiclent .....,..,,,,,,,,,, ...,,,,,, ,,,, , I lerneiee I,ittle
Secretary and Treasurer ,i,,. ,,,, I Iarriet Craclrlocl:
Sergeant-at-arms iii,.. .,i, ,i,i,i , ,,i,i,.....,,,,,i......,,,, I , . Ilowartl Illness
The foremen for the II section are:
Vresiclent ,,,,, .....,,,,,,,.....,,, , ...,.,,,..... ....,,,,,,,,,iii. ,,,, ...... . X 1 ithony Gray
Yice I'resirlent ,,,,, ,,,, I .aura l,ee Ilarper
Secretary ....,,,,, 1. Y.,,,,,,... Ilarolrl I'ryo.'
lreasurer ,,,, Izleanor -lackson
Sergeant-at-arins .,,i, ,,,.,i
TI I E I'I,.XNIXG NI I I,I,
.. ,,,,,. Glenn Ugg'
.Xlmost three years of milling process has not hail an nnifying effect on the
orltl lengths of lumber in this clepartment. so the Timmerman and Metcalf timlmer
still remains at oclcl lengths. However, all the surfaced lnmher is expecterl lo go
to the sash and floor factory to he macle into floors or clothespins.
The foremen for the .X section are:
l'resiclent ,,,,,.,, ,, ,,,,.....,,,,,,,,. ..., , ,,,,i ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,...., . , ,
Yice Presiclent i.,,t,,, ,.,,.......... .
Secretary anrl Treasurer .,.,
Executive .............,,.,c,c,c,c,,, ,,,,,,.....,,, .,,,...,,.,,.,,c.,,c,
The foremen for the ll section are:
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Yice Presitlcnt i,,., ,
Secretary , ,.,,,,,, .
. ,i.. XYa1ter Doane
,. Everett Corten
,. lfsma Ilnclt
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lfxccutive ,. ..AA lrma French
Sergeant-at-arms . ,, ., ,,....., ,,,,,, , , Merle King'
S.XSll .XNID DOOR lf.-XC'l'OlQY
.Xfter four years of sawing, seasoning' and planing, the mill will he ahle to
put out some very good products from the Sash and Door Factory. lt is hoped
that after the 1921 product has gone through the mill it will he of value to the
community of Eureka.
The foremen for the ,X section are:
l'resident ,l,l,.,l...,..,,,, ,. ,,,,..l,,,l,,.l . .,,, ,,.. . ,,,,, S idney Bartlett
Yiee l'resideut ,,..,, ,... .,.. l l enry Geering'
Secretary ,,...,A Gladys llclfniglit
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lreasurer ,,...l .. . .... ,,,,,, C ,lenn Rushmore
lfxeeutive ..,, ,,...,..Y,,.,,,,..,.,l, ,....,.l,,,. , . . .ll,,,.., ,.... Hays Xaileigh
The foremen for the ll section are:
President ,,,. .l,,,, ,,,,..,.,,, ..,.,,,, . , , ,,,,. ,,,,,, XYallace Malloy
Yice President .,,,,. , l,,, .... l fdwin Cook
Secretary ,,.,. l,,,,.,, , ,,,,,,. X 'irginia Jones
lfxecutive , .l.l,l , ,,l.. ,, ,.l,l,,...l .. ,,,,l ,l,l,, ,..l , .,,.l l ienneth llill
'Vlllf Sl'iXNlSll IMXIZOR UNION
'llhe Spanish lahor element was organized into a union this year and the
following officers were chosen:
l'resident . ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,, .. ,, .... ,, ..., ...... . 'Xdah llunt
Yice President ,...r,, ,,,,, Sylvia llermanson
Secretary ..,.,,,.,,...,,.. . ,,,, XYilhur DeCarlow
Treasurer .,,,, ,...., , ,.r,,,,.,,,,,......,,,,,,,,....,,,..., ,, Edith .Xnderson
, Tlllf CUOKIIOUSIQ
'l'he eookhouse is one of the most necessary departments of the mill. for it
is there that the workmen of the factory ohtain their fuel for the day. The
eookhouse is not only popular, hut also successful.
The hoard of managers for the cookhouse are Xliss Smith, Cora Lucas,
l,illian Smith, and Theodore vV1'lg'lL'y.
THECO-Ol'ER.'X'I'1X'li lClJL'C.'X'l'lOX.'Xl, ASSOCl.XTlUN OF E. ll. S.
Throughout the school year the lf, ll. S. Mill Stockholders have been as-
sisted in their various activities hy the Co-operative lfducational .-Xssociation of
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E. H. S. VVc are especially indcbtcd to tns 21 .',' ' .
and the help nie received from the parents to bring about the success of the
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Yice President ..... .w... Mrs. A. Lane
Treasurer ...,..i..,.. .......,......... G . F. Clark
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2. ma-n' f .A A f
Carl Swanson Ru-Flo Harper Marcel Adams
Ellis Delaney Laurie McGrath Theodore Wrigley
Mary Greenberg Kenneth Mortsolf Earla Reynolds
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'lllu' pile uf frlfl ftielis, wleerepit lmtvxef aiul like artielef tif peculiarly iiitlam-
malmle ellaraeter ruse frtmi tlu- eeiiter ut' mir atliletie ru-lil. l'2lllt'Ill. Stipperlesw
wateliers gtiarflecl it frmu tlu- twreli tif tlui iiueiuliary.
'lllle watellers liatl iuvt lung tit wait. l'lI'tDlll all sirles pmirefl tlu- null: of eager
4ltlSlllllQ" SllltlClltS. 'lllle yell leaflers applierl tlu' tiireli aiul tlu- great pile lmtirst into
flame: upwartl it llltl1lIllC'tl in lmlrl relief against tlu- sky, its great lu'at beating
against tlle up-ttiriu-ml faees.
Speakers gave snappy talkf. 'liraclq Captain Sirl llartlett prupliesiefl stu'
cess iii tlie eimiiug' meet. Nlr. Nliller aiul lilmu XX'alsli gave timely ailviee.
'llllk'll arwse a mighty tliii, Small serpeiitiiux lmleiulecl iiitw inte lxig mu' aiu
fluwll tlu' street tlu- great line writlu-fl. lllie temptirary pustf iii frinit of tlu
Xreafle furnisliecl great fun fur tlui mareliitig ewltimii.
.Xt last we masserl wliflly aiul gave weluml stings aiul t'llL't'l'24,
Smile uf tlu' inure wtalwart lwmys -eizecl mir priiuripal aiul earriecl liim up tlu
Street tu the library, 'llliere we were rlismissetl aiul tlu-11 lfvlltvwefl a miglity
l p 'Lt tlu- lligli Seluuil tlu- emlu-re fif tlu- lumtire g'lwu'etl retllx' frtwm a great
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lu'clufemalsa1ul tlu- llmilire Rally was a tl1ingwt'tlie past.
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liurvka Girls Qlhmnpiunz
Six of Eureka's first string' players of the year before reported for training
when the haskethall season opened. We enthusiastically welcimuecl our Coach
'klaurl xYil1ZiCl', who had played on the li. Il. S. team for three years, and om
Captain. Olive Reclmoml.
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Captain Reflmonll, zlftci' wnl'ci'ring' with Cozlcli XYinzlui' prcscntcrl Z1 few
uinplc but liczlltlifnl trzlining rulu Um ilu- girls. 'lllwrc was nm ll girl nn tllc tczun
xxllu rlicl not fccl lliu gwml cllccls ml' ilu-so rules.
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NYill1 an zmlcnt clcsirc fm' I'CX'L'llQ'L'. fin' wc rcincinlmcrcml tlic lucky llulfc uf
llic your lmcforc ln' wliicll .Xrczitn liczlt ns lay unc puint, wc jmirncyccl to .lxl'C2ll11.
Unite Z1 numlvcr of fans uccfmipzlincml ns. Unc glzlncc at tlic score will slum' you
at the linrclca fUl'XX'2ll'llS www n-xtrcincly :wtivc rluring thc gzunc. lt goes
xxitlirmut saying that thc Centers climl cxccptiamzllly gwmml wmlc in always placing
lllc ball in Z1 frn'w:11'ml's lmncls. Umm- tllcrc, thc scmckccpci' zlclrlcrl two more
mints to .l2L1I'CliZl.S score instantly zlnfl witlimn licsitzltimi.
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The following' wcck, .Xrcatzt czimc to liurclczi. l,l'CVlOllS tn their :u'1'iv:il
thc guzlrrls hail vowccl that they would not grant .Niwzitzi Z1 single point. ,'XI'C21lll
centers came up :L littlc in this gzmic zuicl occasimiztlly her forwzircls saw the
hall in tlicir sccticm of thc cuurt. LvIll:Ol'UlllZllClj'- 21 husky 131. ll. S. gllilfll was
always between them :tml thc lmll zmil they xwrc nut zlllnwccl :ui opportunity
to clciiiuiistrzitc their goal sliormtiiig' ability.
.Xftcr heating' iXi'cz1t:1 two Qmiics thcrc was no reason to play thc thircl, hut
in orclcr to give our "Subs" their big "lf" we zilluwcrl tllcm to play ziiiutllcr
QZIINC. XYc also won this game.
UNLIMITED BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
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Om' next Q'ZllllC was with lfurluiizi tu clcciflc thc cimiity clizmipimisliip, ,X
new cuiirt was crcctccl on thc lligh Scliiml gi-uiiiicls fur this very special oc-
cusimi. XYQ haul olmlzlim-cl lllfHl'lllZlllHll frmii rclizihlc smiwcs that ,XITZIIII
mlrczulccl thc cfniiing orclczil. Our mm self-cimlirlciicc iiicrczlsefl :mel mi Uctohci'
23 hcfurc il lzirgc crmul wc mlcmmistrzltccl um' snappy in-z11iixx'm'lc. XXX- hzul il
guml clvzil inorc cmilpctitimi iii this gzuiic hiil succccflcll iii iiialcing zmotlici'
l'CL'Ol'fl-lDllxlllilllg' score. Nm cspc-cial crwlit crm hu givcii tu :my clcpzirtmcnt
gzune. The wliulc iiizicliiiicry ram purfcvtly. XYhcii thc whistlc hlcw, mice
inure wc hurl pmvccl thc siipn-i'im'ily of thc girls' lmzislcctlmll team uf lf. ll. S.
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Olwc Kcclnnmrl ffwrwzml J--llurlgillg' hor guarml with ucatncss and dispatch
is hcl' chief occupation.
Marirm Klelcmlrx' fSul1.JEllt-1' pcnsivc vuicc is hcarcl hy all frmn thc siclc-
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Y unlnmterl tcam which was almost a failure.
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Q season funn Fcrmlalc. l'hcy alsn won one game ffwlll Fm'tuna which gave
thcm three games won. The uthcr thrcc gm to .Xrcata anal Fortuna.
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'llhe 120 pound teznn deserve :ill the prztise they gilt. tm' nut of the six
l 1 -"anne, and ezteh gznne was wwvn hy
qznnes they in ztyed they did nut lnse ll single ,
at hig' inzirgin.
lioutlmztll pimyeil tn he inure interesting. lirnin the wld sehednle wt playing'
une gznne with ezteh sehnwl it was ehztnged tu ll two giune series with ezleh
seliwul. and the teznn winning the inust gznnes ttnult the enp.
The tirst gznne was with l'iIbl'lllli2l on uni' uwn grwtimls 'ind we wun hy at
wore of -ll-fm. 'llhe gznne was entirely tim uneAsided. :ts the score will shww.
The seeund gznne was with lierndztle nn the hmne groiinmls of the lierndzile
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tezun. .Xgzxin we were vietnriuiis, enining nnt with at senret
The next gznne was with .Xrezttzi nn mn' tield, llnth tennis had nut yet lost
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the game with a seore uf 7 to 1
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qainst the rather schools. XYe lost
The next two games were it repetition of the last. We even lost to Fortuna,
the weakest team in the Cwnnty. llowever, there was one game left, to he playerl
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with Areata, llianlcsgivingt Day. at .'Xreata.
Of eunrse it rainecl nn this rlay, lint that clues not stop a football game.
.X goocl "calling drawn" from the ewaeli pnt the light into the team, and helcl
goml clnring' the whole game. XYe seurerl in the first quarter by pure luck when
llartlett reewvcrecl the hall on Il fnmhle ancl niarle the first toneliclmvn, Again
in the tlnrfl quarter, Delaney niacle another 6 pnints by clowning' it hchincl Ar-
vata s glial. llhe next tmielnluw'n was niacle hy llartlett tlll'OllQ'll the wonclcrfnl
wurk ot the rest ut the team. lhe game enclerl with lfnrclca having' a score of
l 2 to .Xreata's O.
,Xgain lfnreka won the annual Track anrl Field meet. 'llhe meet was not
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an interesting' this year, because mi the :lay of the meet it ruinecl zuiml the track
was covered with a layer of mucl, llll account of this no track reeurcls were
hruken, aml only one lielcl recurcl was smzishecl. 'llhut was the high jump for
ihe 120-lh. class. hy Roberts.
.Xclams zmcl l3eCarlmv were the stars of the meet. ezleh taking' three first
places. The final score was: Eureka 66, .Xrczlta 51. FlJI'lllllZl -ll, ancl l:Cl'IlllZllC 20.
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9:30 l'. Xl. The parrot awoke with a sudden start and shook himself on
"High and mighty doin's these days," he observed casually.
"Yes." said the canary. "The l92l class of li. ll. S. just Hew oH' the roost
with a lusty crow and a mighty Hap of wings."
"Some llusy year," droned the parrot in a dull monotone.
"XYell! l should say so." trilled the canary. "First, those dear little
Freshies must be ushered in, 'llorn into a new world' Aug. 27, l92O."
"'l'hen the Frosh Glee Dance Friday. Sept. 3, l92O."
UXYl1C1'C? Where screamed the parrot.
"The gym. of course, you dunce. ,Xnd those decorations! O lllCl U inyl
Green and red, and greens everywhere with lovely places wthere a self-res1mect-
ing canary could hide. I sang' a note of thanks to that splendid connnittee in
",Xml that Track Dance. Saturday, Oct. 9, where the colors of the county
High Schools interiningled in everlasting friendship."
"Color! Color!" grumbled the parrot. "Everything seems colored."
"pXnd that C. llop on Nov. 5," warhled the canary." with their balloons."
"llalloonsf" echoed the canary. "U, you should have seen that carnival.
Dec. 3. The 3.'X's with their balloon booth, the Zll circus. the ZA Fish Pond.
ill Theatre, lA Freshie Playhouse. 413 Salniagundi, Sl! Fortune-'llelling. the
Art llooth, The Football boys' dancing' booth, and, last but not least, the -LX
"Lunclieon? did you say? l'olly wants a cracker," chortled the parrot
with a sudden scream.
"l'lush." soothed the canary, "XYe must once more usher in a class of timid
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Resolved: That California Corporations are not hearing a just and proper
share of taxation. was the question for the first inter-scholastic dehate between
Fortuna and lfurelca. lfurelfa defended the affirmative with Mary Greenlperg,
ldcllesley llill and Ru-Flo llarper.
The first dehate which took place on March 18, 1921, resulted in Il decided
victory for liureka. Fortuna put up such fine argunients for the negative that
the audience was kept in suspense until the unanimous decision of the judges
in favor of Eureka.
.Xpril 22nd, is the date set for the second dehate which is to he held with
.Xreata at .fXreata. .Xs hoth sides have upheld and won the affirmative of the
same question a new question has lmeen chosen in which lfureka is to uphold the
affirmative while Areata is to uphold the negative. The question is: Resolved:
That lluniholdt County should hond itself for 3500.000 for the purpose of
huying redwood tiinher lands to he used for public park purposes.
The result of the final dehate cannot he published. as the paper goes to
press hefore the dehate takes plaee.
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Vrohahly one of the greatest assets of the lfureka lligh S-ehool is the
Teleseope, our monthly paper. XYe feel that this puhlieation is surely a eredit
to our school in many ways.
'llhe origin of the Teleseo Je is very interesting. ln N19 when there seemed
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no possible way of publishing the Sequoia, it was deeided to suhstitute a
amer for the animal Xames for this new puhlieation
smaller and cheaper p 1 1 . . .
were ealled for, and many elever names were submitted. lfinally the name
Telescope was adopted and everything was set for the publishing of the new
paper when Mr. Lambert came to the aid of the Sequoia by promising linaneial
aid. Rather than drop the Telescope it was decided to make it a monthly paper.
For two years the editing of the 'lleleseope has heen earried on hy the various
classes and the 5Ctll0l3 staff. lhe classes have dis mlaved man' original ideas
in the make up and advertising the paper. The award for originality in adver-
'gising goes to the 2,-X elass, although the hest paper puhlished was hy the class
uf '22 as shown hy the tahovel cut.
Through the exchanges of the Telescope we have heeome acquainted with
over fifty papers. NYith this small start we hope next year to make the Tele-
seope a weekly paper.
illlluzir? PTI Sag Sm!
r.X lt-t'ttti't- givctt by l'rftl'. llztrtitrmitt t'tvi'ittztsscl til' ll:t.t'st't'flt'lllt' tu ltis
litltlfl-t'X't'lllllQ'. ytvttttg ltwltlics :tml gvtttsl l ltript- .watt ztrt- :tll l't't'littg mttsicztl
ttmigltt, fm' l'm going' tw tt-ll yftti til' lltc music tltcy lt:tvt' up itt l':1lI'Cli2l+llI'X' stztrs
it's grt-:tt F
ll'cll, first I stztrtctl wut tw timl tltt- siitgiitg' svlttitil tif tltc ittctrtiptilis :xml l
:tslccrl zt gtty tw toll mt' wltttrt' tlttt singing clztss t-xistt-tl. llt- ltiokt-tl pttzzlt-tl. but
lillztlly, with at grcztt gltvtt' ttf i1ttt'lligt'ttt't- lJtti'stiltg'twt-1' ltis Visage, llc put mc tm
:t sti't-t-t-cztr. Xllfll. sir. tltt-ht' put mc till :tt gt big' lwttilrliitg'-ztml lay my trusty
t'tm1'itt'ulm, :tll tltc ltztrtmmt' was scttrt-tl out of my sttttl-fm' l tltrtugltt l tvzts :tt
tltc ll ltltc lltmttsc. llmt'ct't't'- tm ttsttztl ctmtttttm scitst- cztmt- to my i'cst'ttc :tml
l mittctttlmt-1'ctl l was in litirclczt :tml tltt- Xlltitc lltrttst- in llktsltittgttwit.
Xttw. t'lztss,ttn :'t-tttrn tt: my sttlwjcct, l g':ttltt't't-tl up my scztttcrctl t'tit1l'ztg't'
.tml 1tt:t1'Cltctl in tht- fruit: tltitir, l stttppctl stttltlt-ttflikc, fm' l tlttmffltt l ltzttl
rcztcltt-tl llt-ztvt-it-sttvlt gt-tttlt-, swt-ct mtirmtirittg likt- tltt- ltttmmittg of :tttgt-ls
mct my cztrs, l wcttt in stcztltltily :tml sztt flown lat-sitlc tltc grotvit-tips in tltc
liztck of tltc rtrtntt. 'l'ltt-it zt lmtmclt tif ytvttng folks lmcgzttt tt: sing ztll :tlitrut "t':tl'-A
tlittztlf' l tlttmttgltt tltcy wt-rc p:tyittg zt trilmtttc tu my ttcw rcrl ttccktic, ztml up l
gut to mztlft' at littlt' spttcclt of ztcct'ptztttt't-, lmttt tltt-5' sztttg wut lttstily: "Clive 'cm
thc axe, tltc ztxc. tltt- :txt-," l rlitlitt kmwtt' tvltctltct' ttf rtm tat' stzty. I tltottgltt
l'tl stzty, tlttnttglt, for tltcy ztll ztclctl mighty pt'ztt't'ztlJlc wltctt tltvii' wztrlzlittg' little
lczttlcr wztggvfl at littlt- stick ztt tltttm.
XYQII thcx' szuiff and S1111-1' 1n:n'c-slow smws, swcct smws, szul wiws. 1-'lull
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mugs, zuicl finally, I 1Iiscm'c1'vcl I was in Iiurclczl Iligh Sclmul.
'I'hcn, sonic buys gut up :xml sang' mpc-ral-Iilic smuctlming zllmoul rlcspcrzulns,
Imt they clichrt hunk rlcspcrzitc-tlicy loukcrl glccful. I sziirl su lu :1 nice lzuly
in-ziclicr :incl she sziiml, "YL-s, it is thc buys' Glcc Club."
Next, ll lmcvy of girls umk their plzlccs up in Trout :md sung, uh so Il1lI'IllH-
nimisly-jllst lilac IIICZIIIIINVIZITIKS. 'Ilhcy Iuwlcccl glccfiil lilac thc lmuys, so I cfm-
vlumlccl they were thc girls' Glcc Cluh.
Thou, wlivn I slzlrtcfl tu lczivc, about Il mlozcn of thc tcziclicrs nskccl mc to
clinic hack agziin. So, hack I rcturiiccl thc next mlzly. hut I coiilrlift Iiml thc
-.migstclx I, wamlcrccl zirouml :xml what flu you suppuscl XYQII. sir, I wzllkccl
imu zmutlicr lxig lmihling' zmcl-zi hunrl, oh :1 womlcrful hzmrl was raising' thn-
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This year, more than ever before, the subject of dramatics has held an
important place in the lligh School curriculum. It was previously given for
recreation during the eighth period. but since Christmas it has been placed on
an equal basis with other subjects, and those who have taken part in it received
credit the same as for their other work.
The Dramatic clubs of the first semester staged a very interesting group
of plays in the school auditorium on the evening' of December tenth, The plays
were "Roseberry Shrub," "The lflonor of the Class," "The Train to Mauro"
and "The Return of Deborah." The characters all showed excellent lIl'2lllllll"'
and proved to themselves as well as to their audience what they were capable
of doing' on the stage.
As it has been the custom in the school for a number of years for the
graduating class to give a play before leaving, the Christmas class of 1920
chose as their farewell to the 12. ll. S. a comedy entitled "Professor Peppf'
This was very well presented and proved a credit to the departing class. The
east of characters was as follows:
Professor Pepp .,....,.,.......,........,... ...,,..
Hr. C, ll. ,ljuttonbuster .,,,.,....,..,.... .,
lloward Qson of lluttonbusterj ,c.,,,
Sim liatty Cconstablej ,,..,.,.,,,.,.,..,..
lletty CPepp's nieeej ...,..,..
Aunt Minerva .,.., , ....,. ,
Olga Stopski .......,..
Petunia Muggins ....
.Peddler Benson .,..
Pink Hatcher .,....
Noisy Fleming ..,,.
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Yivian Drew ,,,,, ,....., I Ielen XXX-lls
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Carroll Nixon interpreterl the nervons, hrolqen-flown college professor to
perfection, and Grace Mitchell took the part of the oIcI niaiil so eleverly that
she kept the anclienee in gales of laughter.
The higgest event of this years ilraniaties was the animal school play
"It Pays to Advertise" given at the Iligh School the evenings of Nlareh eleventh
and twelfth. 'llrne to its title, the drama showecl what an important part arl-
vertising plays in any form of hnsiness. the soap hnsiness in particular, ancl
how, with a pretty girl to supply the initiative, a perfectly useless rich-nian's-son
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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The characters who took part were
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Countess de Iieaurien ,.,,
Rodney Martin ,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,
filarie ,,,,,..,,A, .,
William Smith , A,,,,. .
Donald KlcChesney ,,., ,
flliss llurke ,...,,,,.,,.,,.
lfllery Clark .,
tleorge llronson .,,,,,, ,,
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. Charlotte Young
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XYilbur De Carlow
Fred Yau Orsdel
one fiom the cross, snappy old father to the dainty little French
l exactly fitted for his or her part. 'llhe witty advertisinff
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agent especially, had such a convincing' way about him, that before he was
through he had the young son, the stenographer, and even the obstinate father
using' his arjfuments to convince each oth- that
, . cr I it pays to advertise."
On Friday evening' lfrla lluber, a
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member of the dramatic club, gave a
ore," and on Saturday' eveninff Gertrude
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lf future years bring' forth as many successful dramati' ' 'IV'
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this one has we feel sure that our school will never lack this u iliftinff means
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l'niversity of Santa Clara.
March 30, l'12l.
Sorry l couldn't reply to your letter sooner. lleeause of our Easter vaca-
tion 1 didn't get it 'till today. l am delighted to have the opportunity to help
out the Sequoia, and surely will do what little l can to make it the success l am
sure it will be this year. If l ever had any ability in the line of writing, it
surely ought to have come to light here, for l honestly believe that, if all the
various essays, lectures. histories, etc.. that l have laboriously scratched on
good S. C. paper were placed end to end, they would reach from here to Eureka
lligh and back again. Iniview of all this elifort, it would naturally follow that
l should be elected Editor of our College magazine, "The Redwood," become a
contributor to the Atlantic Monthly, and receive great honors. Such has been
far from being the case. To date, my only success has been having tive or six
wretched poems published in the "Reclyvood." a few minor articles and stories.
and being elevated to the position of Alumnus Editor of the "Redwood," which
position lnust have been thrust upon me solely because no one else would ac-
cept it, for l cannot recall having shown any marked genius in chronicling
the exploits of ancient Santa Clarans. llut, l suppose you would like to receive
something about Santa Clara and College life. XN'ell, here goes, and may St.
Clair forgive my mistakes.
Everything at Santa Clara is vastly dilterent from Eureka High. First of
all, you are abruptly shoved from the dignified, respectable station of a Senior
into the lowly, much despised-by the upper class men of course-rank of a
College Freshman. A bitter pill to swallow, indeed. Only one bright spot for
ns S. C. Frosh-we don't have to submit to periodic tubbings, nor are we com-
pelled to shroud our raven locks in a frosh "dink" as our brethren at California
and Stanford must submit to. llut otherwise we're just lowly Frosh.
We surely have to do lots of work here. I am taking nine subjects in all,
each one harder than anything l took in lligh, even American llistory, Bliss
Ahl's Civics, or Doc Blolineux's English. XVe have Exes every month, semi-
finals 'every three months. l have gotten so hardened that I can take even a
Final Ex now without a tremor. Not only do you have to work and study but
you have to Icnrll and we surely do learn an immense amount. l am glad l got
such a line course at lligh last year for a great number of Freshmen have
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llunked out already. Anyone who gets a degree here surely earns it, and de-
serves a gold medal besides. ,
Every morning, just as certain as Death, we must get up at 6 o'clock. Any
school that can persuade a bunch of fellows like myself who never used to
arise 'till 8 to get out of bed at that hour is a wonderful school.
And Santa Clara certainly is a wonderful College. She is famous not only
for the education and training she offers. but also for the superb spirit of her
Student llody. XYe have only -L00 students yet we r2mk athletically almost up
to California or Stanford. XYe have beaten both those Colleges time and time
again-all because of our matchless spirit. The secret of our success seems
lo lie in individual service. Everybody personally strives to do his part, and no
one "lies down on the job."
l could write many pages about Santa Clara but l know full well that space
is limited so l 'will close by wishing old Eureka fligh every possible success.
and l know that the .Xlumni of Eureka ,lligh will always be back of her in
spirit wherever their restless footsteps may carry them.
College of The l'acihc,
San jose, California,
March 16, 1921.
llear friends of Eureka lligh School:
.Xs a member of the Alumni of Eureka High School, I would like to write
you something concerning the College of Pacific where Alice Rager and l are
spending our happy college days.
Since very little is known in llumboldt about this college, l shall first give
you some dehnite knowledge of it. lt is the oldest incorporated educational
institution in California. ln addition to the College of Liberal Arts and 'the
two-year Engineering Course, the College possesses a Conservatory of Music,
.'Xrt, and Expression.
Although the College of Pacific is as highly accredited as its neighbor
universities. and even though it offers many advantages which they do not,
the tuition is lower than at any other college. This is due to the funds which
are bestowed upon it by those interested in the welfare of this institution.
That which especially impresses me, is the democratic spirit which prevails
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throughout. One great aim of the College, which it carries out to its highest
degree, is to maintain the ideal home life. The dormitories accommodate a
number of students who have their meals together three times daily, and they.
with those living oif the campus, are one immense family.
1 think it is a fact worthy of mention that the College has continued its
custom of daily chapel exercises throughout all these many years. llere, the
students and faculty join in sacred services. XYe always hear the best of music,
and from time to time, prominent men from all parts of tl1e earth address us.
This institution, realizing' the importance of organized student life and of
social activities. contains several student organizations such as the Student llody
Y. Nl. C. .X., Y. XY. C. A., eight literary societies, a debating society, dramatic
society and a Spanish club. These organizations produce many educational en-
tcrtaimnents. llolidays are observed by programs. the two greatest events
being lla1lowe'en and XYashington's llirthday.
The athletes in Eureka lligh School will be glad to know that athletics
play an important part in college life at l'acitic. The chief games in which we
compete with other colleges are .-Xmerican Football, llasketball. and Tennis.
Eureka lligh School still holds a place in my heart. and as l read in the
"Telescope" about its usual progress, l long to have many of its future ,Xlumni
join the active ranks of College of Pacific. .Xs the time is approaching for the
graduation of the Class of 1821. .Xlice and l wish to congratulate each and every
member and wish them, as well as the whole school, a bright and prosperous
1 am yours sincerely,
Francess Bl. Carr, 120.
.Xpril 3, 1921.
You will please excuse my late reply. 'I spent the Spring vacation in L. TX.
and got back late, so had quite a time registering and getting my books, etc.
The E. ll. S. students now attending Stanford are XVilliam Ellis. '18,
Everett Brown, '19, Lane Falk, '19, Sim Zane, '20, Elmer Rasmussen. '10,
Malcolm Kildale. '15, Kenneth Stewart. '18, Albert Nelson, '17, and myself.
These are all tl1e E. ll. S. men there are in Stanford now.
You have perhaps heard that Miles Cloney died within the past month from
an attack of appcndicitis. Miles was a bright hoy. very ambitious and studious.
You ask what l think of Stanford. lt is one of the most wonderful uni-
versities in the Lf S. lt ranks second in the lf S. in scholarship and first in
spirit. It is worth every cent of the sixty dollars tuition just to get a chalice
to go here.
VYell. calculus calls mc to solve its mystic problems so I will wish you good
luck and much success with your work in school and with the Sequoia.
1933 69th Ave., Oakland.
April 8, 1921
-Nothing suits me hetter than telling people ahout the University of Cali-
fornia. because you can readily understand that it is my greatest interest at
Douhtless you have heard numherless descriptions of the heauty of the
campus. the democratic spirit prevailing there. and the enormous opportunities
offered at the University. l believe, however. that no one but a student en-
rolled there can appreciate all this to its fullest degree.
.-Xt present there are quite a numher of Eureka students here and l sin-
cerely hope that that numher is increased hy the beginning of next term. ln
the College of Letters and Science are lloward Christie, Catherine Dickson.
,lessie Dickson, Drury Falk, Claire Ceorgeson, Dorothea llill, Robert Johnston,
.Xlice Lambert, Mae Lord and Margaret XYatson. Marion Gross, Charles Falk
and Archie Sinclair are Medical Students: Grafton Ceering is in Mechanics:
llruce Gillette is Pre Legal and Joseph XYarren and Ted Jackman are in Com-
Ted Jackman informed me the other day that he intended to enter the
University of lfaris in the fall and that he is beginning French lessons. YVe
all should congratulate him.
XYell. l will close now. wishing you every success in your work for this
year's Sequoia. '
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Mrs. Puckett says that frosted glass is used for church
windows and saloon
Miss NYoodbury during school, rally--"Mit Swanson has been out a dag
and a half, and does not feel able to lead the yells."
llank Laverty-e"Oh, yes, but how many nights has hc been out P"
Miss Rensltaw-'ZXrthur, what do they do in llades
Arthur XYahl-"Shovel coal, I guess."
Mrs, l'ucket-"Hy means of cooking, foods can be made more delicious
and also some foods can be put together to make one dish. For instance---"
Miss llanseu-"lf you swore, where do you suppose you'd go when you
mai?" , 4 l
Mr. Campbell four janitorfi-"l don't know, but wherever it is l expect
l'll be making' fires for teachers."
Teacher-"Gale, have you whispered without permission?"
Teacher-"lloward. should Calc have said wunst F"
lloward-"No, he should have said twictf'
Searcy in ,'Xlg'ClJl'2l ll.-"XYalter, what is your answer to thc problem?"
VValter-'Mine is two."
Searcy-t'Minus two is correct."
llettse-"XYhy is a man like a worm?"
XX'ellesley-"Because a chicken gets both of them."
lliuk Metcalf in Gym-"ls the clock right up there F"
Mr .Morgan-"Yes, of course. where else is it?
ortuna Stuclent-"Vl'ell, Pickles, how did your team come to be beat so
Pickles-"lYe didn't come to get beat: we came to win."
Miss Roies to noisy students at lirst table-"lf the whole library talked as
this first table talks, there would be little studying done."
VN'antcd to know-XN'hy it takes Mr. Kercheu so long' to correct Walter
Doane's Mechanical Drawing Plates.
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liehruary 27 hy stumlents of lf. ll. S.
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fossil: methocl to open a keg' of illieit whiskey.
loiler of the sea: harp: always talking: lluty imleas.
vutsicle of a letter.
a stall: a hoarrl to make things solicl: steak or peg.
to walk slowly. i
to chew Slowly making a noise.
r-talk after the heacl is removerl: a grain: stem of a plant.
a light-hairerl person: a hrownish yellow eolor.
to make wright.
righteous memher: his carriage.
lugh ruling: closing' speech.
an eclueatecl talk: tack.
little marbles to make floors: quaint.
lifls that protect the eyes.
something' that is wet.
a grain 1 a huge grasshopper: a tree: a fruit.
full of milk: something to sop milk: milk-ehurner: milk-sopper.
mouth: wire mask worn hy nervous mlogs.
one who jiggles.
at the enfl: hack or hehinrl: to eclueate.
in the water.
swear to clo something.
iron: a scent.
to look 'forz hunt.
to promote: bright.
a small hit of Huicl.
manclolin : instrument helonging to the stringed race.
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2. ls XVCTIIUH Il tailor?
3. XYhy the history elasses knmx' all, 1,Xl1l. J?
-l. ls l lazel El shepherd?
5. lluw it is that Merle is king?
6. llow Ruth heeaine Zl lnrd?
7. Xxvllilt makes Glen rnslnnnre than he nsed tu?
8. XYhy Constance is Z1 porter?
U. XYh21t makes Carvel hrnwii?
10. XN'hy Helen tuok Zl nap?
ll. XYhat kind of 21 chain is hlnhn?
12. lf Lenore is 21s slender as Ll reed?
l3. XYhy Adele Zlllfl lrene are s211'21ge?
l-l. XYhy does Rn-Flo harp her sisters?
15. XYhy llelen wears a lll11ClilllfUSll?
10. XYhy .Xrtlnir heeaine ll wall?
17. lf Zelina and Charlutte HTL' mvner uf llelaney and Ymnig?
l8. XYhen ljkllllilil inet Call ealf?
lil. XYhy 'llinnnerman is al11'21ys a gale 111' wind?
20. NYhy ,Xlhert is 21 pearl?
Kl11rga11-"lliurd, yOl1'1'L' tardyf'
ixl0l'Q'Zlll--HYOll knuxv what that means?"
lliorml-" Yeh, what ?"
Xliss XY!JUfllJllI'f'iUXYllCll l lnblfl out my hand. Wlllll dues it mean?"
lloys llnstilyl-"'llo hold it."
Mrs. l'nekett lin ChemistryJv'llhere is .inst 21s lnneh difference in these
snhstanees as there is hetween Charles Ruherts and Charles LvI'fll1l1lll't. IJ11 ynn
see the difference, Mr. Roberts?
Bliss Clarke lin liisturyl-hXl'l1y is the hridge at lfernhridge Zl span hridge?
llngh FCl1V1'lCli-llCC1lllSC it spans the riverf
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De Carlow-"Like their fathers."
Bliss Montgtomery-"llow about the girls 7' qlourl laughingj
Evans Coleman-"XYhy can't you cancel a numher that is connectecl hy a plus
or minus sign 7'
Klr. llerriott-Uliecause they are married."
Mr. Searcy saicl to Don Metcalf one clay: "Do you know your Q'CtJlllCll'j'?N
Don Metcalf: "Yes, sir: it has its back torn oil, 1ny initials on the cover,
anml seven ink spots on it."
Miss Renshaw l'E1ig'lisl1l-"XYl1at are you to your mothcr's brother ?"
ll. Marshall-"l'm his uncle "
Miss Reushaw lexplaining how to correct English papersl-l.awrence,
what shoulcl you clo when you lincl "no p.", meaning you have unnecessary
Lawrence ll.-"l'ut them in.
Miss Hanson-"XYhere are you the thircl period?"
I.. Shaw-"Clenerally in the office."
Klrs. Puckett lspcaking to a class in Chemistry J-"You neecln't expect any
surlrlen explosion unless it comes from nie."
Bliss .Xlil-"XYliat cloes the name XYashington bring to our mincls F'
C. Roherts-"One hour after school."
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A STUDY IN MSTILL" LIFE
The current question of saving the Redwoods and establishing a national
park in this county should be of paramount interest to every resident of llum-
The preservation of these mighty giants is our rightful duty and its accom-
plishment would mean not only distinct economic advantages, but also an ad-
vancement in civilization. As long as we allow avarice to blind us to the
beauties of nature, to influence us to destroy the works of the Creator we are
Yandals. Such magnificent grandeur as is embodied in the Redwoods was not
intended to be destroyed within a few generations, but to live on and on in
its primeval beauty. J
XN'e, being members of an educational institution, should do our utmost to
support this movement and to prevent the ruin and the desolation which the
woodman's axe is bringing on these-the last of a once great forest.
Save the Redwoods!
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Reference work is an essential part of the course of any student. Espe-
cially is this true in the English, the science, and the History course. For this
reason we have school libraries. lint very frequently it happens that school
libraries have not sufficient funds to purchase all the books needed and then
the students must make use of their city library.
ln our community we have the Eureka Free Library, the general functions
of which are to spread education, supply reading matter of all kinds to the
public. and provide comfortable reading rooms not only for members but also
for strangers in the community.
This library carries for circulation thirteen thousand books, the best lit-
erary and scientific magazines of America, several English magazines, a num-
I:er of technical magazines, and thousands of government documents. Further-
more, by applying to the librarian one may get any reading matter available
En the county, state, or national libraries.
llesides its general functions, the city library acts as a supplement to our
school library. To the teachers of the city it offers all the help that they may
ask, to the students it offers assistance in preparing essays. debates, and reports.
Moreover, it shows the student how to use guides and catalogs, and how, in
general, to find information in libraries. This is invaluable knowledge to the
student who expects to use college libraries.
Now it is no more than just that we who derive so much benefit from the
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haveEXTRAm8m,ar ggi Igomnfrg: Tennis Shoes, Rubber
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' - ' ' W' " A cles repaired.
1 Also Distributors of
Norwack Tubes and Tires
i Eureka Vulcanizing Works
WM. MARTELL 6: SCN
Phone 91 I
Fourth and E Streets
'The Humboldt National Bank p
Home Savings Bank
Interest Paid on Deposits Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
Corner Fourth and E. Streets
The Bank of Eureka
Third and E Streets
. XQVQLK 97
You're busy: you d0n't want to read a long
ad. This is all we're going to say:
You ean't buy better clothes than we sell:
they aren't made. You ean't buy good quality
for lower prices than ours. The HART
SCHAFFNER Sz MARX Spring Styles are
here-XN'hcu may we show them to you?
j. IVI. H-UTCHESON
Toney was drafted and sent overseas. One day on account of his
awkwardness. he was being kidded by his lieutenant.
"What did you do before you joined the army ?"
"I play-a da music and de monk he collect-da mon."
"Then why did you join the army ?"
"I no join: I was drafted."
"VVell. what became of your monkey F"
"Oh, dey make-a da Lootenant out of him."
I-I. H. BUHNE. CO., Inc.
Sporting Goods Stoves and Ranges
Sheet and I-Ieavy Hardware
C O A L
422 First Street Second and E Streets
TENNIS RACKETS 5 GYM SUITS
BASEBALLS BATHING SUITS
ZAIIIIGIIC SLIDDIICS Oli Dill KIIKIS
C. 0. LINCQLN CC.
PHONE 76 226-230 F Street
One Disagreeable Movie Fan
He comes into the theatre Hc hrushes past a patient row
At a quarter after eight ' And tramples on their feet.
And says to his friends in strident He does not care so long as he
tones, . Has found :I decent seat.
"It's stylish to he late."
And when the villain doth appear
And when hc-'s ushered down the aisle He clups with might and main,
His voice is hcard in rage To show to all who notiee him
As to the nsherette he says, I-le his applause will deign.
"Have I got to sit on the stage?"
Hinch, Salmon GI Walshp Co.
one -ex oooss series, We
MAIN STORE CASH and CARRY
Fifth and E-Phone sm 525 Fifth sf.
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QUALITY , PRICE
and and ' X
ALWAYS REIGN SUPREME I I
QUALII Y GROCERS AND BAKERS
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The Eureka Printing Co.
Corner Fouifyand G Streets I
' PRINTERS, BINDERS, sb
The House of Quality and Service 335'
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R E D W O O D
l-UllllXil' SIIIHQIGS Smilies
Jack Horner Up-to-Date
jonathan, diminutive Horner, was residing in the angle resulting
from the conjunction of two vertical planes drawing a conglomeration
known in the American vernacular as pie. Inserting the most preaxial
digit of his hand he withdrew a plumum Americanum whereupon he ex-
claimed, 'Wvhat an invincible adolescent specimen of humanity am I."
-Green Sz VVhite.
TRY OURi '
Home-Made Candies and Ice Cream
FRESH EVERY Di-ly
The Kandy lftchen
513 FIFTH STREET-g EUREKA, CALIF
WILL N. SPEEGLE
Youths' anci Mens Wear
STYLE, FIT and RIGHT PRICE
IN ALL oun MERCHANDISE
FOL'R'I'H AT F
Poem of a Sad Story
Their meeting it was sudden.
Their meeting it was sad:
She sacrificed her sweet young life.
'Twas all the life she 1 d.
She lies beneath the daisies fair,
In peace she's resting nowg
Yes there's always something doing
' men z freight train meets :1 cow.
-Sew Urchin, Pacino Grove.
DELA EY 6: YOUNG
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Candies and Soda Water
WE SOLICIT IIUMIZOLDT PAT-
.XGE FOR HL'NIl1OLlDT MADE GOODS
Factory and Office
Corner Qtand Second Streets
PHONE 40 EUREKA, CA LH
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F ORDSON TRACTGRS
Ford Service Station
HARVEY M. HARPER .
The riot swelled. as riots do.
The girls were there, and yelling too:
Screams and shouts did rent the air
Dresses flying' everywhere.
The hero jumped into the scene,
'Twzrs none other than Tilly Mellezrng
Straight into the riot he sprang,
Yelling till the ceiling rang.
The riot is passed. the stampede o'er A small dead rat lies on the floor:
.Xncl Tilly Mcliean has won his fame,
VVhieh proves there's nothing in il name
AMERICAN BORN :: :: :: AMERICAN BRED
THERE ARE MANY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES '
BUT ONLY oNE
AMERICAN ALL THROUGH
A. 13. ADANIS, Age n t
418 Thircl Street
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1 E. are very much pleased to contribute i
to the success of the "Sequoia" Any lt
ll undertaking for the benefit of the hoys and ll
l girls of the Eureka High School will be assured
11 of the generous support of this store. xl
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w DA LY Bkos. t
Fourth and F Streets Eureka
!iff,"'iL' ' 'i' TWT? 7' T' "' f 7l 1,,,,,'ig'
Senior L80 pert-"Do you hear the knock in my motor F"
Sophomore-''Thats not the motor, thats my knees."
She-"How dare you swear before me!"
lle-"How did I know you wanted to swear first."
-Sea Urchin, Pacific Grove.
Girl-"Ali, men Y"
Good Clothes None Better
New Up-to-Date Apparel 432 Second Street
Airtlm Automobile Co.
BUICK CARS AND MACK TRUCKS
SALES AND SERVICE STATION E
United States Royal Cord Tires M:
526-528 Fifth Street. Phone 588 liureka. Cal. E
C. I... B A G I. E Y
Dealer ill I
School Supplies, Sporting Goods, Toys and Holiday Goods
CANDIES and ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS
Ice Cream Wholesale or Retail
Question: "XN'liat is a miracle F"
Answer: "SoniethIng extraordinary."
Question: "For instance F"
Answer: "Miss Alil forgot to give us the ex she pronlisemlf'
llanlc Laverty has a lorgnette. IOf course, only in the playj
Difl you know that Logzmell Ilezuner has grown one inch taller?
MAXWELI. 'I' Ci E HUDSON 5
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FOL'R'I'I"I and H STREETS 'I'ELIiI'IIUXl2 204
BAKER 86 CROSBY
Camp Equipment and Outing Clothing
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Qyol' Qynrfiuicfuafiiy in Siyfe
Topics in Brief
The students showed a wonderful sehmol spirit in the election. 1011,
Searcy lin Algebra J-".-X and ll start fri 111 a certain point and travel
in opposite directions. llow far apart are they when they meet ?"
"XYho heard Gladys Laverty talk on 'Dress Reform?' -
Young Men's Clothing Dress Shoes
Kling Tite and Tennis Shoes
AT RIGHT PRICES
CARLSON 8: TELLEFSON
423 Second Street
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