Eureka High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Eureka, CA)

 - Class of 1927

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How silent, serene, self-reliant, ye tower, Thru ages defying the fiends of all Hell, ' The masters of all the fierce elements in power I 'x . ' ' H X If egreed of mere man made you bow, till f ffell. ,' 1 l W X 'A - -A. I bash 1424. ' " 5 , " ' , ,gri m I, X ,- 11- " ' If :'- it f ' f ' ' H ,,-Z, 'M ,,- sc, ,M x Y ,lj 1' :wi - .v I -fm-'f,:":::f i N i ' My 5 ,W JIM' I, , y . fic?" J 1 - 14" 1 X1 ff? "1 '- ,v . -W' V I -D ' A s' M 'f Tffiw-1 si ' 1 - fx Q12':1fF"fg'5Q QAQ' e4" T Y' if , K ,e,e , A ' ' -s .- ,131 -'s' 1 J" . R ,q i J VK PQ . , 1L--,?Y- I -4- .-, V- .Q Y. .. ..s?c,fif'6N4 -. J 7 --1 :JI -z' -.::: -- ., s -Aw. 475,329-e'3a.'G -ws .4'iM5'?f--f:- ---f-f-::2-'- Magnificent, Majestic Monarchs of Our Land Stately, Silent Sentinels of Centuries They Stand 8 Within you is locked thu sunshino of agus -Xnd thu secrets of centuries gone bcforc. 9 How silont, serene, self-rfslizmt, yy- tmvc-rl The 1112l.StCl'S of ull the fierce Clements in powm Save the Re wood League The Save-the-Redwoods-League to which this Sequoia is dedi- cated, was founded by nine members and two associate members. The founders are Mr. Edward Doheny, Mrs. Newell K. French, Mr. Edward S. Harkness, Mr. William Kent, Mr. Stephen T. Mather, Dr. John C. Philips, Mrs. Zipporah Russ, Mr. George Fredrick Schwartz, and a "Resident of Massachusetts" whose name is not given. The associate founders are Mr. Edward E. Ayer and Mrs. Wm. H. Crocker. The other members in the League are 26 patrons, 163 life members, 12 sustaining members, 571 contributing members, 3853 annual members, 109 junior mem- bers, and 470 donors. This makes a total membership of 5215. In California there still remains a stand of 881,393 acres of virgin redwood forest. Out of this total 13,597 acres are pre- served by state parks, national monuments, county parks, and city parks, while 2555 acres are preserved by private parks. This shows that approximately only 15 per cent have been preserved while there are still many miles of redwood highway the senic attractions of which should be saved. One of these places is the Dyerville-Bull Creek region in which the League is trying to establish a great Redwood Forest reservation to comprise nearly 12,000 acres. Another place is in Del Norte County on Smith River. This is five miles north of Crescent City and consists of 1000 acres. Toward the several mil- lion dollars necessary to purchase these parks, over three fourths of a million dollars is held by the League for the purchase of the Dyerville-Bull Creek region, and 36,000 have been contributed toward purchasing the Smith-River project. Mr. Edward S. Hark- ness of New York gave 350,000 to help purchase the Dyerville- Bull Creek region, and 340,000 was given by the California State Federation of Womens' Clubs, with which they intend to save a grove within the area decided upon. By interesting the public in saving the Redwoods, the League has gradually been able to preserve some of the best stand- ing timber, and, if the citizens give their support to the cause. a large amount of nature's most beautiful scenery can be saved for our posterity.-Howard Carlson 11 5 2 551 z Ta .- ,Q Ve CD 2 ,. .. .. -7- 113 T' P ri' , c 'J rs : L. N f , bl E .E E w F rn 3 s: -,- CJ cu ,c 43 4-I c ... 5 I O J? g . 'U GJ 'TI 9 If nf 12 , 'w,,.,-W I., 0 relentless, h ungry, E th of arks IT1 eeth T rugged shore. Neverceasing waves on a rocky, T e ,Albee Stadium The Albee Stadium is a decided asset to the Eureka High School, not only as a place for athletic events, but as a spot of beauty and interest- About five years ago the present Albee Stadium was a swamp surrounded by a mass of tangled shrubs and trees. N o one thought of its possibilities until George B. Albee, the City Superintendent of Schools, realized the splendid opportunity it afforded as a site for a stadium. At first Mr. Albee's plans were laughed at, but finally enough men were convinced of the possibility of constructing a stadium, so the work was begun. The underbrush was cleared away, the swamp drained, and over 50,000 cubic yards of dirt were put on the bottom of the stadium in order to level it off. It is well drained by a large culvert, thirty inches in diameter into which flow thirty laterals from six to eight inches in diameter. Lawns have been grown on the football field and on the hillsides. On one of the hillsides are placed very large red letters which spell "Albee Stadium". This carries out the school colors, red and green. As it now stands, the Albee Stadium is 280 feet wide and 907 feet long. In the upper end a space is left for an amphitheater, while at the lower end is a baseball diamond. Between the baseball diamond and the amphitheater is a one-fourth mile track. Surrounding the stadium are trees native to Humboldt County, the redwood, cedar, pine, fir, alder and oak. There are three main entrances to the Stadium. One which has azaleas on each side, is designated as the Azalea Way. Another entrance which has rhododendrons on each side is known as the Rhododendron Way. The main entrance is lined with cedar trees, hence it is called Cedar Way. - Thus, this beautiful addition to the Eureka High School has bettered conditions by doing away with an ugly spot and bringing into existence a stadium of which the City of Eureka has a good reason to be proud. -Edith Carlson '28 15 ll L Z 1371 ' ii ll A WORD FROM THE PRINCIPAL Just as the Sequoia Sempervirens is the greatest natural asset of the Humboldt Bay region, so are the boys and girls the most valuable product of the lanfl. The Eureka High School has as its aim the training of these boys and girls so that they may become good honest men and women, ready to do their part in the upbuilding of the land of the Redwoods. Just as nature has provided the conditions for the sturdy growth of our favorite tree, so has the community provided for the all-round development of the pupils of the Eureka High. Let us neither fail to appreciate this nor waste the opportunities so generously provided. -Jos.T. 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"4-11 1-, " 'ff 51"ff'3'Jw-4.1".,,:4'm7 -M'-f4".'.' -1' .11'1'Q:'f11:-f:"w35a.'5:-,ifrf ',i - - . ,.,,-,, 1.1-'-prix? ' -A 1 ag:-fx :.'F:'-f'zT'l 5 ff-- .- '.1.:'r 'Z.fE':"1'-Wi" P- , 1 - "':15'r' 9fl'1:2!.:, -ffm: J,.?w,H,4 ' " ' f ' ,545 ff, , , 1 '- :,jLi'."'.'i1 ,gi-3,39-'f-, H .. 4.,.-.Hx--, wifi. - Af:-1,f1::cM 17 LESLIE, MELVIN Only so much I do know, as I lived. Uune Graduate! HAVEMANN, ALICE With room for every joy. STEVENS, IRMA The cautious seldom err. LIDSTONE, HELEN All the people said she had authority. THOMAS, HELEN Imagination rules the world. DERBY, GEORGE My course be onward still. BISHOP, GENEVIEVE On with the dance. DOLF, B. LLOYD Ambition has no rest. QUINTRELL, MABEL Blue were her eyes. AKINS, MARY Each mind has its own method. MARTIN, WALLACE A gentleman who wrote with ease SNOW, FLORENCE Simple duty hath no place for fear. WILSON, HAROLD There is an art of keeping elo- quently silent. STOUDER, EVELYN As full of spirit as the month of May. JOHNSON, VERNA She looked so much like her sister, when one was absent no one missed her. JOHNSON, VERA It's always a question who will win Vera Johnson or her twin. CLARKE, FAE Fashioned so slender, young and fair. CLARK, CLIFTON A man after his own heart. QJune Graduatel HEPLER, LOIS Fingers made for ivory keys. BROWN, VIRGINIA Thou art fairer than the evening fair. BELL, LINCOLN We grant although he had much wit, he was very shy of using it. BELL, FRED The heart to conceive, the under- standing to direct, and the hand to execute. HUBER, ALTA Fleet as the deer. GREGERSON, ANNA A soft answer turneth away wrath. GODFREY, FRANCES Thy voice is a celestial melody. LINDSEY, JAMES Steadfast of thought, well made well wrought. WIBLE, RUTH ' She is pretty to walk with. MARKS, VIRGINIA Beauty is truth, truth DUNTON, ORA A pensive maid. CLAY, MARGARET Here's a good athlete. SANDER, WALTER l shall be loyal. beauty ANDERSON, ROBERT His heart was in his work. PHILLIPS, SADIE Cheeks like the mountain pink. MORRIS, WAVA A tender heart. IRVING, ANNIE Whose yesterdays look backward with a smile. DUFFY, KATHERINE I worked with patience which is almost power. SUNFORS, HENRY A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. LA CLASS HISTORY Another commencement day is almost here, and doubtless the readers of the Sequoia will be interested in the history of our class. ' As freshmen We spent a very inactive year, but as years pro- gressed so did We. During our first year, the only important things We did Were to enter a float in the Bond Election Parade and to win first prize in the Freshman-Sophomre Oratorical 'Contest through the efforts of Julius Paul. This dormant condition showed signs of vanishing when We began our Sophomore year. Under the leadership of Fred George- son as President, Charles Quigg as Vice-President, Helen Thomas as Secretary, Walter Dolphini and Dolph Timmerman as Council Members, we gave a Thanksgiving dance and candy sale which were very succesful. As Juniors We played an important part in school activities. In order to earn more money for the J unior-Senior Banquet, at our class night, We entertained our audience with a clever skit called "Vinegar's Vaudeville Agency". The banquet, which is the ultimate goal of Junior activities, was considered a huge success. During this year the class was led by President, Walter Dolphinig Secretary,Katherine Nell- ist, Treasurer, Kenneth May, and Council member, Melvin Shus- ter. The oflicers elected for the Senior year were Raimond Clary, President, Katherine N ellist, Secretary, De Ette Wing, Treasurer and Charles Quigg, Council member. We chose as our class colors, Orchid and Nile, and the Orchid as our flovver. Our class motto is, "Doubt Whom you Will, but never doubt yourself". Commencement Week will be a round of pleasure and excite- ment With the Junior-Senior Banquet, Senior Class Night, the Senior Ball and graduation exercises. As we survey our accomplishment during the four years we find that in Student Body offices We have been very well represen- ted. Those who have held offices are Raimond Clary, sergeant-at- arms, and Richard Derby, assistant business manager of the Sequoia during our Junior year. This year Allan McCurdy was 24 Ji' 5 . " : P ' - 1 AA. .N Q K . ,, President, Melvin Shuster, vice-president, Phyllis Bruce, secre- tary, Raimond Clary, boys' athletic manager, Katherine Nellist, yell leader, and DeEtte Wing,song leader. Nor have we neglected athletics, for our View in retrospect shows us many members active in this field. Those who have shone on teams are: Dolph Timmerman, Charles Quigg, George Cousins, James McGaraghan, Walter Dolphini, Raimond Clary, Richard Derby, Bernard Hemenway, Allan McCurdy, and Kenneth May. Lillian Kavanaugh, Katherine Nellist and Mary Weatherby were awarded Big E's for their work in girls' athletics. In music we have also been prominent, being represented in the glee clubs by Linda Swanson, Elizabeth Stewart, Catherine Kirkpatrick, Mary Elizabeth Kane, Marjorie Winter, Mildred Getchell, Lois Frederickson, Blossom Bailey, Wilma Wickett, De Ette Wing, Charles Quigg, Raimond Clary, Robert Moody, Dolph Timmerman and James Montgomery. The orchestra people were Earl Holm, Katherine N ellist, James McGaraghan, Earl Roberts, Katherine Morton, Melvin Shuster, and Walter Dolphini, There was also a girls' sextette of which Elizabeth Stewart, Katherine Kirkpatrick, Marjorie Winters, Helen Broderick, and De Ette Wing were members. were members. Katherine Nellist, Earl Roberts, Raimond Clary, Phyllis Bruce, Walter Dolphini, Wilfred Dorais, and Edwina Melanson were in prominent plays. Virginia Carrington twice filled an office of the Girls' League Those who were chairmen of committees in the League were Cher- ry Poland, Lois Fredrickson, Elvie Burnell, Onda Duck, DeEtte Wing, and Edwina Melanson. DeEtte Wing, '27. DECEMBER CLASS HISTORY From the time of their entrance into the high school in Jan- uary 1923 to its exit last Christmas, the class of Christmas 1926 has been an active working body. After early conquering the usual timidity of the Freshmen, the members took an active interest in the student body govern- ment and cheerfully worked on numerous and sundry committees. During the year of 1925-1926, the following members held student 25 . N W, Ag 4 Y, body oflices: Fred Bell, James Lindsey, Lois Connick, Bertrand Carrington, Lincoln Bell, Wallace Martin, and George Derby, and it can truthfully be said that these people carried through their duties efficiently to the close of their terms. Many of the class were interested in athletics and assisted materially in the winning of Eureka's laurels in that field. Three of the athletic stars were Alta Huber, Lincoln Bell, and James Lindsey. Alta Huber had the honor and ability to carry the red and green to Southern California, and later, to Philadelphia. Lincoln Bell was boys, athletic manager for the year of 1925-1926 and was captain of last season's football team. James Lindsey was captain of the boys' track team last year and he Won the 440 dash and was a member of the Winning relay team. When they were Sophomores, the girls team Won second place in the inter- class track meet of that year. In dramatics several of the class played prominent parts. Fred Bell and Lois Connick had leading roles in several long plays and numerous one-act plays. We, as Sophomores, came up a notch in the ladder of fame when Fred Bell won first place in the orator- ical contest on the constitution, and represented our school at the contest held at Arcata. In the Spring of 1926, he Won the inter- class oratorical contest for that semester. Due to their good work, nine of the original class Were able to be graduated last Spring. In spite of the numerous outside demands, the class Work was done by the fine cooperation of the members and the able assist- ance of the advisers, Miss Bedell, and Miss Lambert. Various sales, dances, and programs were given to provide pecuniary ad- vantages. This class was noted for its clever, succesful dances, which were given with the object of furthering the social life of the school. Following the custom of the school, the class in its Junior year entertained the graduating class at a banquet. In its Senior year the class sponsored the second annual senior ball, furthermore it more completely established this event as an annual social function of the school by making it a financial as well as a social success. On December tenth We gave a Senior Night Pro- gram and this entertainment brought the class activities to a succesful close. -Irma S tefvens, Secretary. 26 BAILEY, BLOSSOM A name that dwells on every tongue. MOODY, ROBERT And dashed through thick and thin. REDMOND, LUCILLE She stood a sight to make an old man young. BURNELL ELVIE And mistress of herself though China fall. DOLFINI, WALTER A pleasing countenance is no slight advantage. DOLFINI, PAULINE Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. MAY, KENNETH A man that blushes is not quite a brute. WICKETT, WILMA Her voice was sweet and low. HARVEY, MARIAN Oh, that I had wings like a dove. HUNTER, HAROLD For none can express thee, though all should approve thee. DIAMOND, SAM None but himself can be his parall- el. ZOOK, KATHLEEN Whatever anyone says or does, I must be good. POLAND, CHERRY Cherie, I love you. TIMMERMAN, DOLPH His 'enemies shall lick th AUSTRIA, FELICIDAD e dust We expect great things of thee. DUCK ONDA I bear a charmed life. QUIGG, CHARLES There's mischief in this WINTERS, MARJORIE She was as good as fair. man. DORAIS, WILFRED And let him be sure to leave other men their turn to speak. LEESE, BEN Be not righteous overmuch. ATWELL, LORENE My tongue is the pen of a ready writer. HARRIS, KATHRYN There's language in her eyes, her cheeks, her lips. HEMENWAY BERNARD Give him a ball he's right thereg give him a job, he'll do it square. FREDERICKSON. LOWYS Is she not passing fair? TWITCHELL, ANN The joy of youth her eyes display- ed. PERSKE, GORDON True as the needle to the pole. KAVANAUGH, LILLIAN And virtue is her own reward. BRODERICK, HELEN Her heart was in her work. HOLM, EARL Reading maketh a full man. SHUSTER, MELVIN The world knows nothing of its greatest men. WING, DE ETTE Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie. HENDRICKS, ARNO Mine is not an idle courage. KANE, MARY ELIZABETH A still small voice. SUTHERLAND, STELLA Many a flower is born to blush un- seen. PETERSON, LESTER With gentle yet prevailing force, intent upon his destined course. ROBERTS EARL The power of thought, the magic of the mind. KIRKPATRICK, CATHERINE Like a violet, which alone, pros- pers in some happy shade. ? MAC CORMACK, FRANCIS And good luck go with you. MORTON, KATHERINE Her music hath charm t o soothe the savage breast. SWANSON, LINDA Grace was in her steps. NELLIST, KATHERYN A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and fair. TIERNEY, MERLE Her air, her manners all who saw admired. MONTGOMERY, JAMES Music's golden tongue. HERMANSON, TED In friendship he was true. STEWART, ELIZABETH Can the world buy such a jewel -1 MELANSON, EDWINA Boast not thyself of tomorrow, for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth. LYMAN, CLIFFORD Why worry? We only live but once. OGG, KENNETH Knowledge comes from learning well retained. RYAN, MARY For she was just the quiet kind, whose nature never varies. CLARY, RAIMOND There is so much to be said about him. I'll not say one word. BRUCE, PHYLLIS Her smile was like a rainbow flash- ing from a misty sky. GETCHELL, MILDRED Deeds not words. CARRINGTON, VIRGINIA In her quiet way she excelleth. McCURDY, ALLEN Who mixed reason with pleasure, and wisdom with mirth. WEATHERBY, MARY Give me neither poverty nor riches. COUSINS, GEORGE What men dare I dare. , ,-,4 . Y . Ha, W4 T, ,' ' . J A, Y J: :fp ,jg S . 1 1 , .,,-..-may . . -4.x . .g wif, w E, V ,V AB CLASS Ever since the 4B Class began its career as freshmen it has been noted for its pep. The year of 1927 promises to be livelier than ever before-and with good reason: Theodore Little is the presi- dent. The first dance of the season Was given by this class. It was a huge success not only from the financial View but from a social point of view. The class is busily engaged in raising funds for the future events to be given in its high senior year, such as the Senior Prom and Class Night. The class has obtained a date for a candy sale. Committees are hard at work making plans to make this sale a success. The officers of the class are: President, Theodore Little, Vice President, Virginia Carrington, Secretary, Phyllis Howard, Trea- surer, Anna Nielson, Sergeant at Arms, Dorothy Rhodes. -Virginia Carrington L36 - --v'f'f,.-,-.rf---.-e5,:. A an .fs ' ,',.1 ,fag iw-e ,gg 'S?f.'3, QgQ1'f.j,f y- '-k.' g 4A', 1j?gfFf" '- f531,1?'fJ1Y 3 iiiglf-T-. -2 ' Eli- .ifj3'2ffj.ffLl3kiif-5 :'3lCi.F?,:' 13 .. QQ. ffl' it 'l'e"1' 3 Efff- " fi' ,' ' ' F ff if l'Ej'i5fl'f11' ..-gigg - p w , -. - 1 f-fe-if . g gi. l' Ei 2 :','I .','L . -f'1 ' A ,AA ff , V '-,kflglv g , ' ' ww W ""' ",WTf"7'x',Q'llIl g ags' 4 N hw . j luilijg i j, 9 1 fzhgagggylllllllllllllllll , ,,:,, defy :li lp--5gM,w'1jll 'g.5y,QV4sgl .T it in ,E ,L ,Tp ' ' s4F'?QPvE+! EI Ag .f5g5f'wJ'al?":":"""":' .il 'z " it , 'If I L 'V' -rv L.. W' 4, 3 ' fx. up ,.q,. 5. .j kv? i l 2,3qijf.,5i.i1 ig ',-,, zfi if Q ,X .K V, ..-:.-.-a fggwff-135 ' "' 1.1.2. if... , 5 . . L LM U ' - -D w 4 lx rx ' 'A zliwfq A - - J, ma "' 8 nu 4nnsn.m4 "f"'UAvgr.v- ALONG THE REDWOOD HIGHWAY Have you ever been over the Redwood Highway? If not, you should take the trip some day to see California's giant Redwoods. The Redwood Highway-as its name implies-goes through the redwoods from Willits to Smith River Canyon. It might be well to tell you something about the redwood. The name redwood comes from the wood itself, it being red in color, soft, and very durable. California has the distinction of being the only place in the world where the redwood grows in commercial quantities. There is a place in southern Chile where a specie of redwood grows to some extent. On the steppes of central Siberia a few redwoods exist. There are two kinds of redwood: the Sequoia Gigantea and the Sequoia Sempervirens. It is through the latter trees that the highway passes. The Sempervirens are smaller than the Sequoia Gigantea. After leaving San Francisco the highway passes through a Hat fertile country. The real mountains are reached after you have passed Willits. North of Willits the road travels through a country of deep canyons, tall peaks, and giant trees. At each turn of the road a new View of the dark green canyon many hundreds of feet below is opened to you. When you have reached the redwoods, you should stop and walk among them. If you are there in the spring of the year, the leaves will be green along the road, and the whole country will have that fresh look that it has at no other time. Huckleberry 37 grows in masses and also Oregon grape. In the cool, shady places you will find the trillium, a Hower with a delicate white blossom and a iuff of green leaves, standing high above a carpet of sorrel. As you continue through Rattle Snake canyon and come over the divide into Eel River, ycu see many inviting streams, stop if you wish and fish or take a swim. Trout and steelhead abound in these creeks. North of Eureka the highway winds many miles through a thickly timbered region. While you are travelling slowly along you will have a good close view of California's redwoods. After crossing the Klamath river, you enter the redwoods again and travel many more miles. Presently the road starts down grade and you leave the timber abruptly and find yourself on a high point over the ocean which is many hundreds of feet below. To the north you can see Crescent City through the haze, to the west, you see the broad expanse of the Pacific .Ocean and to the south is the rugged, rocky sea coast. You descend the grade and come into Crescent City. From Crescent City the road leaves the coast and goes inland. It passes through Smith River canyon, a beautiful drive through an endless fairy land of dogwood, rhododendron, and fox glove bloom. Farther up the river the road enters the virgin timber. Grant's Pass is reached at last and you must leave the Redwood Highway, for it ends at this point. -Kealoha Cotter '27 THE JOKE And why not a joke? Is not life a joke, in many ways, but a serious joke? We enter the world weak and helpless, and we look forward for many years to the time when we'll be "big as Dad". We glory in that stage but a moment, then wish we were as "youthful as Son", and finally leave as we started, weak and helpless. Perhaps for a short twelve month someone asks for us, but after that we are as completely forgotten as the match with which we lighted our after-dinner cigar, day before yesterday. But such a fate is inevitable. All but fools realize this. How- ever, it is only a fool that lets such make his life gloomy. It is, therefore, the man of wisdom and courage who takes life at its face value, and Havors his pleasures and disappointments alike with a joke. To eat, drink, and be merry is perhaps not the best 38 motto, but to be merry and yet entertain a proper respect for the things that deserve respect, is to get the most out of our life-joke. Someone has accused us of making fun of our sacred inherit- ances.-We must admitthat we do. That is because we all come in contact at some time or other with these holy things. Because we make fun of them is no sign that we do not hold them in respect and adoration. A small child will tromp on his kitten's tail, but throw discretion to the winds and risk a life to save that worthless cat from drowning. A ,sister will tease a small brother until he cries, but yetf'scrap". the- whole gang of neighbor boys when they call him "cry-baby". Yes, we may laugh at them, but we are will- ing to dig into our pockets for the preservation of these sacred things. That is usually a"'f1re-test" of the ordinary man's love for anything. V 1 As for jokes corrupting our morals, can we not brand this as a false statement? Is it not the discontented, the gloomy and pes- simistic who sneak off into a corner to brew trouble for the rest of the world? A ,joker must have someone to listen to him or he will derive no pleasure :from it, and therefore, he must and usually is, able to meet others, thus keeping his own and his listener's minds from brooding on the evil in their positions. 'The joke loves the ap- plause of the many too well to sacrifice it for the sake of some shady dealing. ' 'T 1 Fin'ally,'outr' nationalsense of 'humor has started and saved our couifltryfiItlfwasiijokeslthati-led to a killing by British soldiers in'Bostoi1'f'Thi!t1fWla's one oflthe events thatindirectly led to the Revol1itionairyf'fW2a'i'lQand the establishment of our nation. It is our ability tofoiitljlilke theifljoker' that has saved us from' many foreign entanglements. Truly, our joking has reached the point of an ac- complishment and an institution. Let us keep it so.--Ben Leese '27 ' I A QUIETUDE Everything- waslcalm and peaceful. The air was clear and sweet, and the big friendly sun beamed proudly over the quiet place. A small riverwound its way along the trees which were gently swaying in the breegeof the afternoon. Now the birds sang sweetly in the branches, and then still, save for the continual flow of the river. Then a voice could be heard far away, and an echo rang back, clear and distinct. Now silence reigned again, while the river flowed on. -Evelyn Slmster '28 i 39 REDWOODS Oh, Highway of the Redwoods, pride of the Golden West, Oh, giver of a thousand beauties and of joys, We'll ne'er forget, to you this ode is now addressed To tell of all your beauty-giving charm and poise. The woods are shad'wy, cool, a place where fairies dwell, The secrets that you keep, the fragrance of your dell, The awe of all, to me it seems A place for thought, a place for dreams, Oh, mansions of the forest, castles of the air, I float along your velvet green and banish care, Your snow-blue roof, your scented rooms, Your tapestries on branching looms, Oh, giant redwoods! Westerners' loved song, Oh, mystery of ages, thy fame we'll e'er prolong. -Bernice Yamoto '29 MARCUS AUGUSTUS CWritten after reading "A Piece of String" by de Maupausantb Marcus Augustus Tinker's greatest ambition was to be one of the "Bunch". This bunch was made up of the boys in his class who wore their pants the widest and longest, whose neckties were the largest and loudest, and whose sweaters always had the loud- est pattern. This "Bunch" never wore a hat, regardless of the weather. Marcus's hopes could never be fulfilled, however, for his mother loved him and she did not want him to grow up. She still insisted on his wearing knee pants and Buster Brown collars with a large Windsor tie and above all things, rubbers. Yes, rubbers. How he hated them! One morning as Marcus started for school his mother called, "Don't forget your rubbers, Marcus dear. It rained last night and the ground is damp, you know." "But mother-" Marcus started to reply. "Don't talk back to mother, and put them on like a good boy," returned his mother. 40 h. Marcus, of course, trotted off and did as his mother had told im. That day at school there was much excitement, for a small but valuable microscope was stolen from the biology classroom. The principal announced in the assembly that any person caught with the microscope in his possession would be expelled from High School. This announcement made everyone more anxious to Hnd the microscope and the thief. That day after school when Marcus thought everyone had left the building, he went down to the basement, took his rubbers out of his locker and wrapped them in an old newspaper he had found. Just as he was leaving the building he was stopped by a burly senior who asked, "What ja got in th' package, kid?" "Oh nu-nu-nothing," replied Marcus. He then gave the Senior a frightened look and ran home as fast as he could. Next day when Marcus came to school, the few friends that he had, seemed to treat him more cooly than ever. During the third period he was called to the principal's office and questioned as to what he had in the package. But Marcus could prove by his mother that it was only the rubbers and not the microscope. When the semester ended, Marcus and his mother left town. They now live about three-hundred miles from where they used to, and Marcus's ambitions have been realized, for his mother makes him wear very wide and long pants to keep his feet dry, and he is never, under any condition, allowed to wear rubbers. -Peggy Laverty '29 DREAMS "I'm forever blowing bubbles" may not be an altogether wise motto, still he who blows no bubbles at all is certainly in a sorry plight. Almost everyone dreams to a certain extent 5 if he doesn't, he is hardly human. How many of you have never sat before an open fire and dreamed of a better and happier life? Oh, how good it is to sit and look into the glowing embers and dream of a life beyond your means to dream of kings and queens, to dream you are a dashing romantic young hero who saves a beautiful heorine's life, to dream of when you were a little boy playing horse upon 41 your father's knee, and then to dream of when you will be an old man With your children's children around you, to dream of riches and Worldly power, to dream of trips to the icy Alps and to arid deserts, to dream of going around the World with costly splendor and people bowing at your feet, to dream of fancies, to return suddenly to earthly shabbiness and face the realization of the fact that you are just a human being, that the fire is almost out, and that your chemistry lesson is unfinised. -Sam Horel '28 ODE TO A BROOK O boisterous brook, as you rush along, With your rippling, gurgling gushing song, Wherever you run, be it narrow or wide, You sing the same song to the country side. As you babble along, getting wider and deeper, You pass by a hay field with rake and reaper. You grow stronger and deeper as you run along Still singing that rippling, twisting song. But hark! The ocean is nearing now, And the wind brings a roar from the ocean's brow, You start running slower as you near your death, As the wind carries to you the ocean's breath, And now you have reached the ocean wide, And now you are lost in the ocean's tide .V -Edward Stewart '28 THE SEA It was dark and gloomy, the clouds hurried to and fro in the sky. The thunder rumbled and the lightning flashed. The surf Washed back and forth with monotonous regularity. The crash and grinding of the rocks could be heard above the roar of the Waves. The moon's fitful gleam cast a ghostly light over the scene In the distance the lighthouse shone across the stretch of restless Water. 42 Now and then a bit of wreckage was washed ashore, to be picked up and carried back at the will of the sea. A short distance out in the surf, a solitary mast and a twisted prow marked the resting place of what had once been a stalwart vessel. As we watched, a wave leaped greedily toward it, once, twice, and the mast gave up with a faint splash. All was silent except the boom of breakers and the sea moaning its requiem over the "graveyard of ships". -Stella Sutherland '27 SONNET Though life may seem an age to one who toils, Who knows not of the boundless realm beyond, And to whom the dreams of riches are ambitions fond Let him seek not reward enhanced by mundane foils. The time may pass more slowly than before, And again tomorrow more slowly still, But do not let thy heart with grim forbodings fill, Of what's to come upon the distant shore. To him who counts not all this earthly life, Shall untold joys unfolded be, And from these worldly cares his guiding soul he'll free, To dwell apart from all untimely strife. Oh, could we have the pow'r to understand, That eternity is but an hour in God's almightly hand! ---B. Bliven '28 -X, f K 43 1 P ' .,-'VJ' V ' . ' s 1 ' ,Q . f ' N H'- ' ' f " .mf -, . - - J -f 5 POST GRADUATES ' - Those students who have been graduated and Who desire to continue their course o studies at the Eureka High- School are entered under the heading of Post-Graduates.. These students attending the old Alma Mater at the present time are of two distinctive classifications: those taking Junior College subjects and those training for commercial or shop Work. This year the twelve taking post graduate courses are as follows: Junior College-Henry Lane, Cecil Nichols, Irving Wrig- ley, Merced Wrigley, Special Commercial, Alta Huber, Virginia Marks, Dorothy Ogden, Camille Renfroe, Irma Stevens, Howard Ryan, Honor Brown, Special Shop, Donald Morton. Due to the small number and the divided interests of this group of students, it is not surprising that they are not organized as one working unit. Hence, the work done by the post-graduates in the school activities is not looked upon as that of a cooperative body, but as the eiforts of the individual post-graduates. It is hoped that next year a larger number of the alumni will be enrolled in this group, and that they will strive to become a deiinitley organized body in the Eureka High School. 44 '. -t we .if -.. , , I I . I ' V' ,siigmgyzrwwi ' q . I . 3A CLASS The 3A Class with the help of their advisors Miss Renshaw, Miss Mathews, and Mr. Bollenbach, have accomplished many worthy projects during the year 1926-1927. In 1926 the main thing the class did was to give a dance and buy class rings. This term the 3A's gave a very successful cake sale, and the J olly-Up, which was held on April 1, was one of the cleverest dan- ces of the term. Many new features were introduced. The 4 act play, "Strongheart" was given under the auspices of the 3A Class. As a climax of the year's activities, the class entertained the Seniors at a banquet on May 28. There are many active students in this class. Ivy Cartwright won first place in the oration at the Speech-Arts-Drama Contest, and Sam Horel took second place in the declamation. Melvin Sarin represented the E. H. S. in the state high-school orchestra. The officers of the Girls' League are composed mostly of 3A girls. Those who hold oflices are: Phyllis Carrington, President, Jane Cotter, Vice President, Ivy Cartwright, Treasurer, and Moira Daly, Sergeant-at-arms. Those who hold offices in the Student Body are: Ivy Cart- wright, Girls' Athletic Manager, Mildred Moe and Howard Carl- son, Editor and Assistant Business-Manager of the Sequoia. In the orchestra, glee clubs, dramatics, athletics, and staffs of the Redwood Bark and Sequoia, this class was very well rep- resented. 45 46 The class officers are: President ....... .. .e..e e......... . Sam Horel Vice-Pres. ....A, .... ..e. H a rlow Burgess Secretary ........... ...... J ack McGaraghan Treasurer ....rv.r........,.sr Howard Carlson Council Member ................ Melvin Sarin The motto of the 3A students is "Not finished-just begun." In their last year they intend to prove that they are not finished working for the betterment of the E. H. S. 3B CLASS The 3B Class activities have been wide and varied this year, and the members try to live up to the motto "Work conquers every- thing". The class has supported all school activities and have, under the supervision of Miss Thompson, ,Miss Borg, and Mr. Morgan, ushered into the school, projects which were unique and clever. Their Valentine dance was a decided success, financially it outdid any school dance for many years, and new attractions were featured. The cider and cookie sale sponsored by the 3B class was also a triumph as it savored something new. The noon enter- tainment, the second of its kind held for many years, was welcom- ed and supported by the students. The class is not only active along commercial lines, but the members take an active part in school life. Geddes Harper and Veldon Nixon, members of the 3B class, hold important positions as Treasurer and Sergeant-at-Arms of the Student Body. Dramatics has its 3B participants, as Harlan Bartlett and Geddes Harper have both held important roles. The 3B members have taken a leading part in sports as every sport in school boasts a 3B member on its lineup. Wayne Simpson led the lightweights basketball team to County championship, and Chellis Carson leads the girls in baseball. The ofHcers of this class are: President, Hilda Clark, Vice President, Drexel Spaulding, Secretary, Isabella L. Moseley, Treasurer, Ellis Burman. -Isabella L. Moseley. 47 mmkiifis, ,mmmm 48 43" ' ' JH 5 ' P ' I' ES A f V p lv l is fcf it-1 1 q X Nl li, .L . , C ' 4 i! HL QA CLASS The 2A Class under the guidance of their faculty advisers, Miss Turner, Miss Griflin, and Mrs. Klepper, have been very ac- tive in school activities this year. Some of their outstanding ac- tivities have been a candy sale and a dance. The 2A girls won the girls' interclass basketball game and two of their class mem- bers, Mabel Herron, and Ray Kelly, were on the debating team that won a cup at Arcata in the Speech Arts and Drama Contest. Lorene Barnum, president of the class, represented the Eur- eka High School Girls' League at the Berkeley Convention, and also took the leading girl's part in the junior class play, "Strong- heart". The athletes of the class are Alice Renfroe, Melba Sarvis, Dorothy Wrigley, who played on the girls' basketball team, and Melba Sarvis who played on the baseball team also. Glenn Wald- ner played on the boys, lightweight basketball team, and Dick Levitt played on the boys' heavyweight team. The officers of this class are: president, Lorene Barnum: vice president, John McNally, secretary, Melba Sarvisg treasurer, Eleanor Perskeg council member, Helen McKeehan. -Lucinda Paw' 49 ., -- -, - . . Q 2 SJ ,- A, ,,,, W, ---Y 50 QB CLASS The 2B Class, entering at the Christmas of 1926, for some reason escaped the usual Freshman Reception. They did not have any activities during their first year of school, but they started out right this semester by giving a candy sale. This sale cleared the largest profit ever made by a candy sale in the history of Eureka High School. The 2B Class is noted for its participation in dramatics. This class is expected to furnish the dramatic material in future years. The success of the activities of the class is largely due to the efforts of the three class advisers, Miss Poindexeter, Miss Mere- dith, and Mr. Rigast. The class oiiicers for the year 1927 are: Elinor Cloney, Pres ident, Willard Mathews, Vice President g Jean Belcher, Secre- tary, LaLoie Weigle, Treasurer. -Marie Melomson GROWING TREES FOR GROWING CHILDREN "Only God can make a Tree." Then why should mere man mar this noblest of His gifts? Have you ever seen anything man- made from trees that equaled the splendor of the growing tree? Were I told I might find God on this earthly sphere, I know that it would be in some magnificient grove of stately Redwoods. Cer- tianly no temple could lend to His Presence the quiet dignity that these lacy-footed giants who have been created by His hand could impart. And what shall we bequeath to the future? Something that we, in our smallness, call art? Pictures of landscapes? Tall build- ings? Statues of cold unyielding stone? The ancients did this. Do we thank them for these things or remember them? No, they are not contributions to our happiness. They portray only man, and man lives but a moment. We have something in our possession that the ancients at their most inspired moment could not equal: -our Redwoods. Can't we leave something living, something God- made? Why leave the picture when we can leave the inspiration? Why leave tall buildings that never can equal these mansions of heavenly beings? Let us leave something that has looked on many such lives as ours. Let us leave the living rather than the dead. - Ben Leese '27 51 Q 1 52 Sequoia staff The members of the 1927 Sequoia Staff and their positions are as follows: Editor ..................es...................... Mildred Moe Business Manager ........ . Fred Georgeson Assistant Business Manager..Howard Carlson Seniors .......... Irma Stevens and DeEtte Wing Art ............ee . .i.... ............ ii.,i M u riel Anderson Brevities ................ . ...... Dorothy Johnson Literary .,., ......... . . .. Evelyn Shuster Organizations ....... .... H elen Anderson Boys' Athletics ..... ....... H oward Carlson Girls' Athletics ........e ...... L illian Kavanaugh Society ................... -. .... Phyllis Bruce Dramatics ..... ............... J ana Glenn Music i................................ Gordon Perske Cuts ............e, . ceis............ Walter Abrahamson Snaps .. Isabelle Moseley and Rudolph Renfer Exchanges .....oii............i. . .... Marjorie Winters Senior Quotations ........ -. .... Edwina Melanson Jokes ................ii....... ....eei ..,. L e land Carlson Faculty Advisers .... .. ii.... Miss McGeorga and A. Bollenbach ACKN O WLEDGEM EN T The staff extends its heartiest thanks to Superintendent Geo. Albee, and the members of the Board of Education, B. M. Marshall, E. J. Stewart, G. L. Roberts, A. C. Nelson, and A. I. Duprey for the new press, which made it possible for us to print a Sequoia, of which the Eureka High School may be proud. The press is a Ver- tical Miehle, and it is one of the most up-to-date presses made. There is so much work being done by the school printing shop that it would have been practically impossible to print a creditable Sequoia with the old press. The students shun the very idea of having our annual printed in any other place than our own print shop, because we want the Sequoia to be a real student project. With the aid of the new press, we are able to print our annual al- most as well as experts can, and we are able to call it our very own. Again we thank the Board of Education for its support. 53 54 REDWOOD BARK AND SEQUOIA PRODUCTIVE STAFF No doubt, but what the Redwood Bark, the weekly Student Body publication has shown a greater improvement this year than any other student activity. It has practically doubled in size, never failed to come out on time every Friday, and has improved both in appearance and content considerably. The staff members are Miner Cowen, Editor, John Thomas, Business Manager, Allan McCurdy, Exchanges, Eleanor Martin, Jokes, News Writing Classes, Reporters, Blaine Pratt, Assistant Business Manager, Evan Akins, Printing Manager, Miss Edith McGeorge, Faculty Adviser, A. Bollenbach, Instructor. The Sequoia Productive Staff have striven to make a decided improvement over all previous editions of the annual and with the aid of the new press we believe they have succeeded. The following have been in charge of the work assisted by many others in the printing classes: Linotype, Ed Larson, Evan Akins, and John Thomas, Ad Composition, Rudolph Anderson, Francis Malloy, and Leslie Strand, Stonemen, Wm. Cave and Julius Steiner, Pressmen, H. Kauppila and O. Weijola, Folding and assembling, Wilma Wickett, Erma Wahl, and Ruth Colwell , Printing Instructor, Mr. A. Bollenbach. ' 55 1 . X A 9 IA' ix x I K, 5 lj ' 1 ' 'aw 53, - f'1 ,fx .9453 1' '1 ' w,gQrA "3fK- 1 I X 1 wj ' S J ' X I 57" t' 4, ' gl, 4 Y X X : jj LA TU' 1 Q xX 'Q Uh. X 1 ' ,x::!,Q ' ff ,Q , g I M, w 1 , I , . X x - , , , '51, 1 , a - , Q E .f,?7i -Q 'lux f' 'H Q :IQ ' ,f5'g.'1f3,Xj E "S-35' -2 . , A ww f v N Lsffsg-ill " - M Q .522-iligfz'-If? ' 5111-1 x -Q f ,y -' KD,-,L-f,,Q. f Q .Ag :gif-".,, -4 9 ' ' U , K- -'-?73T'Qf - , if f 5 ,ra-" 4 g4.,5i,':f-L5-1 vu' Qi is , 51 ' ' ,. j24,:',,' , M5-F .lm 4 x, . 5-,M , x ,. ,yuuuum 4 - f " ' 1 ...,.f?,. ,, I. 1?EQM?i:?i?h1b.E:-In I V R Q J ' i- - I iii, . if It V-lltzx-Q-:.iliT',r-' .Z-ptr: ' J 6 'rl l paws'-T vi or -. l ,X K V XJ , l - Ill' - , rr " 'i?'l'f-'i- 'T 1 X ' N l lf ea.. .. 4. if ffrf j M if ,I 1 lif ill full lvvl .X-ij i Nlj,"LJN'yx -.N THEHI-Y The local Hi-Y is affiliated through the local Y.M.C.A. with the state associations. The Hi-Y has a four sided program: intel- lectual, service, devotion, and physical. One night each month is devoted to one of the above activities. The Hi-Y has frequent so- cials with the Hi G.R. Club. The Hi-Y has a baseball team and takes in all the sports. The oflicers of this club are: Leader, J .E. Doreng President, Billy McClure, Vice President, Bernie Pelle, Secretary, Sam Den- nis, Treasurer, Wayne Simpson, Athletic Manager, Don McRae. im.-Nm 1 57 Q 14 .. .4' I Y WY L EIGHTH PERIOD PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUB The eighth period "Public Speaking Club" was organized at the beginning of the spring semester for the purpose of studying parliamentary law and promoting better speech throughout the school. The club meets every Friday, and new oiiicers are elected at the first and third meetings of each month. This club has sponsored many movements for better speech, and practically all of its mem- bers have spoken in the assembly. RADICAL EX-WHY CLUB The Radical and Ex-Why Clubs, having consolidated in the past year, hold monthly meetings at the different members homes. The members of this club are those who have successfully completed two and one half years of mathematics. The officers for the last semester were as follows: President .......... ............ ........ .... E l v ie Burnell Vice-President ................ L .... Robert Moody Secretary-Treasurer .... L .......... DeEtte Wing The officers for this year being: President ,,,, ,,.,,..,,...,....... L illian Kavanaugh Vice-President ........ L ........... Robert Moody Secretary-Treasurer ........ - Phyllis Howard Theodore Little Reporter .................... . ....... . 58 l 1 GIRLS' "E" SOCIETY One of the athletic honor societies of the Eureka High School is the Girls' "E" Society. This organization was formed March 1925 for the purpose of creating an incentive to encourage more girls to enter the field of sport and create a better feeling of sports- manship. To be a member one must hold an E and star or two E's. The members are initiated into this organization each semester. The meetings are held every other Monday at the home of the different members. The president of this society is Ivy Cartwright. 59 ,. , . I ,A ,F , Q N, .. . . . I --T l THE EYE OPENERS "The Eye Openers" is an organization formed by students in the beginning Civics class. The meetings of this Club are held every Friday and the study of Parliamentary Law was taken up at several meetings. The purpose of '4The Eye Openers" is to study community problems, to promote better citizenship and to take trips to places of interest. The ofiicers are: President ............................ Theodore J . Little Vice-President rrrrr .C ....rrr ,, Elvie Burnell Secretary ...........i.. .... G ordon Perske Treasurer ................. ....... L orene Atwell Sergeant-at-arms ........ ........... O nda Duck Reporter ................... ....... M iner Cowen GROUP NAWAKWA A Group Nawakwa, the oldest Campiire group in Eureka, was organized in April 1925 under the supervision of Mrs. H. Brokaw. The activities of this group have been varied since its forma- tion. The group has purchased an immense American flag which will be given to Camp Kiwanis, the Humboldt County Camp-iire Girls' Camp. A three act play, "The Call of Wohelo" was presented by the girls last year. Each Thanksgiving, baskets of food are pre- 60 pared by the members and distributed among the poor. Poor chil- dren are given a party and gifts on Christmas. Reforestation Day is celebrated in connection with Lincoln's birthday. This year one thousand redwoods were planted by the Camp-fire Girls of Hum- boldt County on a tract of land near Fortuna. The Grand Council Fire was held in Eureka this year, Group Nawatewa acting as hostess. The girls have also enjoyed many council fires, nature hikes, and parties. Mrs. G. Palmgren is Mrs. H. C. Brokavv's assistant guardian, and Lucinda Parr is now president of the grouP. The Kiwanis Club of Eureka are the sponsors of Group Nawakwa. T l STUDENT BODY Under the capable management of our president, the student body put a great deal of spirit into all school activities this year. At the meetings held on the Hrst Wednesday of each month, much business was transacted. The officers are President .....rr....... ........ A llan McCurdy Vice President ...... ........ M elvin Shuster Secretary ..,...., .. ,....,. .... .... P h yllis Bruce Treasurer ....... ................... G eddes Harper 61 .., l Sergeant at-arms ...................... Veldon Nixon Girls' Athletic Manager .r..,.rr Ivy Cartwright Boys' Athletic Manager ................ Ray Clary Editor-in-chief Sequoia ................ Mildred Moe Business Manager ............,... Fred Georgeson Assistant Business Managerhl-loward Carlson Editor-in-chief Redwood Bark .... Miner Cowen Business Manager .................... John Thomas Yell Leader ........................ Katheryn Nellist Parliamentarian ............................ Mr. Doren The motion picture committee with James Lindsey as chair- man the first semester and Melvin Shuster as chairman the second semester has proved efficient. Those assisting Melvin Shuster are Ralph Goodwin and Fred Bell. The student council which transacts most of the business of the student body has been very faithful meeting Monday noon of each week. The representatives from each class are : Lucile Winter, 2Bg Helen McKeehan, 2Ag Melvin Sarin, 3Ag Don McRae, 3Bg Margaret Kay, 4Bg Charles Quigg, 4A. Faculty, Miss Fitzell and Miss Poindexeter. 62 THE JUNIOR HI Y The Junior Hi Y Club of Eureka, a branch of the Y.lVl.C.A., is a club founded for the purpose of teaching boys better sports- manship, clean living, clean speech, and manliness in every pos- sible Way. The Junior Hi Y of Eureka meets at the new part of the Winship School Building at seven thirty on every Friday night. The oHicers are: President, Fred Goodwin, Secretary, Leanard Frost, Treasurer, Ralph Goodwin. 63 ,, ., , t' KNIGHTS OF ZOOLOGY At the beginning of the term the students of the third and fourth period zoology class organized a club suggested by Miss Griflin. They first elected the president Henry Lane, secretary Helen McKeehan, treasurer Muriel Anderson. Every Friday only half of the class give oral talks on some subject concerning Zoology. The second Tuesday of every month We hold a social, and after an evening of amusements, refreshments are served. N nt.. l J---H UP AND AT 'EM CLUB The Up and At 'Em Club is organized by the students in the advanced Civics class. The purpose ofthe club is to study commun- ity problems and to take trips to points of interest in and near Eureka. The officers of the club are: President .r,...............,............... Melvin Shuster Secretary ..........eroo............ Lillian Kavanaugh Reporters ........ Clifton Clarke, Harold Hunter A meeting is held every Monday, when any matter concern- ing the club can be brought before the meeting. Miss Turner, Civics Teacher, is the adviser and parliament- arian of the club. 64 CURRENT COMMENT CONSIDERATORS CLUB The Current Comment Considerators Club was organized by the second period United States history class. All the students of this class are members of this club, some acting as associate mem- bers and others as active members. Three debates Were held by the C.C.C. during the semester. The officers are: President, Mildred Moe 3 Vice President, Gene Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, Muriel Anderson, Reporter, Aubrey Boydstung Parliamentarian, Francis MacCormack. GIRLS' LEAGUE This year among the many activities carried out by the Girls' League, which consists of all the girls and the Women members of the faculty, was the Fall Hi-Jinx, Friendship Day, Christmas Charity Drive, and Northern California Girls' League Conventoin. The cabinet is composed of: President ................., , .,....., Phyllis Carrington Vice President lst semester .... Helen Thomas Vice President 2nd semester ........ Jane Cotter Secretary ,,,,...,eee, , C ,.., to Virginia Carrington Treasurer ,............................... Ivy Cartwright Sergeant-at-arms ...,..,................. Moira Daly Corresponding Secretary ....eev, Lorene Barnum 65 V . H ' P , K r 2 , hp -, f . ' Yell Leader ........................ Margaret Laverty Song Leader ........ L L ee.... L ee.... Marjorie Lane Decorating Committee ........ Edwina Melanson Social Committee .........,...... Grace Palmgren Program Committee L. L, c.... Inez Ruegg Hospital Committee ..... ........... O nda Duck Big and Little Sister ................ Helen Thomas Loyalty Committee ....ccc L ,L .... Phyllis Bruce Red Cross .................... ........... S hirley Stuart Shut In Committee ........ .... Bernice Yamoto Hospitality Committee cici........ Cherry Poland Parent Teachers Committee ........ Verna Holt Associated Charities ............ Helen Anderson Finance Committee ........ .c,.. E dith Carlson DECIMAE LEGIO CLUB The "Decimae Legion is a Latin club named after Caesar's tenth legion. The purpose of the club is to have programs in Latin and to give the members a better understanding of Latin. One of the activities of this club was a meeting with the Arcata Latin students With a Latin spelling match and other numbers. The officers are Earl Roberts, presidentg Sam Glenn, vice presidentg and Brunsen Bleven, Secretary-treasurer- ' G6 et m 1 l r l P THE WRANGLERS The third period U.S. history class organized into a debat- ing club and adopted the name of Wranglers. The purpose of this club is to arouse the interest of the students in debating and his- tory class-Work. All the members of the club participated in the debates that Were held. A luncheon with the second period history class was held April 19. The officers of this club are President, Sam Horelg Vice Pres- ident, Billy McClureg Secretary-Treasurer, Ivy Cartyrightg and Reporter, Jana Glenn. 67 N - BOYS' BIG "EH CLUB The Big "EH club is for any athlete Who has made an "E" and has been properly submitted to the club for acceptance. Only persons that are the honored holders of the block "E" are admitted to the society of the Eureka High School Big "E" club. The six inch "EH holders are honorary members of the Block "E", The oflicers are: President, Bernie Pelle, Secretary, Fred Georgesong Treasurer, Gus Campbell, Sergeant at arms, Alvar Norgard. G8 THE SPHINX CLUB The Sphinx Club was formed in January, 1927. The club con- sisted of the members of the B Class in Public Speaking and the adviser, Miss Thompson. The club held regular meetings once a Week, Friday the sixth period, for the purpose of transacting the business at hand, and hearing a short program by the members of the club. EXCALIBUR CLUB The Excalibur club was organized by Mr. Jensen just a short time before he resigned the oiiice of principal. This club is a Jun- ior branch of the "Knights of the Round Table", and was formed with the purpose of bringing the more active boys of the school together so that they would get acquainted better, thrash out the school problems, support the different departments which they see fit and above all, create better friendship between themselves and the business men Who visit at the meetings. Meetings of this club are held every Wednesday noon, and every other meeting is an open meeting so that outsiders can visit and enjoy the programs. The ofiicers of the club are: President, Dolph Timmermang Vice President, Sam Horel 5 Recording Secretary, Walter Dolfinig 69 y Treasurer, K. May, Committees, D. Derby, publicity, C. Nichols, program, Allan McCurdy,membership. i r HI G-R The Hi G-R Club is composed of High School girls. The pro- gram throughout the year has consisted of Code Interpretations at club meetings, Xmas service Work, charity, program before the Girls' League and many other interesting things. This is a Wide awake group of girls, who are striving to be better Christian citizens, With their purpose "to face life squarely" and their slogan "to find and give the best". 70 The Dramatic Department, during the year 1926-27, has won a prominent place in school activities. Much credit and appreciation is due Miss Ruby Powell, the coach of dramatics, for the success of these productions. "The Big Idean, the long play of the fall semester, is class- ified in dramatic catalogues as "An unusual play in three acts by Augustus Thomas and Clayton Hamilton". The hero and hero- ine, whose roles were played by Clyde Curry and Jana Glenn, write a play, using for their plot the experiences which they have just been enacting on the stage. Of course they fall in love just in time to supply the much needed heart interest for their drama, sell their play for a fab- ulous sum, save the hero's ruined father and send the audience home in high spirits, exclaiming, "This play is the most clever one yet!" The cast was as follows: Mary Akins Richard Howard James Howard ........ . Robert Caswell ................ Mr. Bryne .... Charles Gilmore Steven Bingham Jim ................ . .. .... Jana Glenn Mrs. Howard ...,.. . Elaine Foster Clyde Curry Leland Carlson Herbert Hadley Theodore Little Henry Lane Earl Roberts William Cave Elsie Howard ....... ....... V irginia Brown T Bernice Yamoto Mary ,,,.,,,,,.. 71 .Ji ' ' " The first number on the December Class Night program was the one act play "Overtones", which is a subtle satire on the sham and insincerity of "Vanity Fair". In the forestage Virginia Brown and Francis Godfrey in the role of society matrons linger- ed over their teacups with all the affected languor of their type. In the background stood their real selves, personified by Irma Stevens and Anna Gregersong removed from the world of reality by an eerie purple light and an intervening gauze drop, these ghoulish iigures portrayed by dialogue and pantomine the sham, the pettiness, and the jealousy of their fashionable counterparts. "Moonshine", the second play, is a sketch in which a revenue officer outwits a Kentucky mountain moonshiner. A stage of re- duced size, hung with dull brown drapes, and set with a rude table and boxes for cupboards and chairs, created for the audience the atmosphere of a moonshiner's cabin. George Derby's portrayal of the uncouth abruptness, the naive credulity and superstition of the moonshiner was simple and sincere, Fred Bell, as the suave and experienced revenue ofiicer was no less convincing. An oratorical contest was held in the Junior High School auditorium, during the first semester. All the classes in the High School were represented. In the Freshman-Sophomore conltest Marjorie Lane of the IB class won, and in the J unior-Senior con- test Ivy Cartwright of the 3A class. Those who took part were as follows: Kenneth Ogg,4Bg Ivy Cartwright, 3Ag Lorene Atwell 3Bg Marjorie Lane, IB, Mabel Herron, ZA, Doris Frey, 2B. i , 72 :X M.,-ix . F ,U f. X g - N, Av At the H.C.I.L. Speech-Dramacontest held at the Humboldt State Teacher's College February 10 and 11, the Eureka High won two trophy cups, one for debating and the large cup of the contest, which was awarded to the school winning the greatest number of points. In oration Eureka was represented by Ivy Cartwright who won first place. Sam Horel won second place in declamation, and in extemporaneous speaking Allan McCurdy took first place, In debate Eureka won two out of three debates. The negative team was composed of Ray Kelly and Earl Roberts, and on the affirmative side was Mabel Herron and Geddes Harper. The Eureka High won second place in the drama contest with their presentation of three scenes of "The Merchant of Ven- ice", the bond scene, the Gobbo scene, and the trial scene. Those who took part were: Shylock ............................ Theodore Little Antonio ................... ....... J ames Usher Bassanio ............o, - Harlan Bartlett Gratiano .........,.............. Wilfred Dorais Launcelot Gobbo ........ .,..... S am Horel Old Gobbo .................... .... R alph Goodwin Portia .,..,.... ........ J osephine Dolphini Nerissa ,............ Lucinda Parr Duke ,,.,...,,,.,.,.,......... oo.... Frank Gallon Clerk .,.,.......,,...,oeo.... Graham Henderson Miss Bedell coached the oration, Miss Thompson coached the debating and extemporaneous speaking, and Miss Powell coached the declamation and the Shakespearian scenes. 73 ' USTRONGHEARTU The long play of the spring semester, given under the aus- pices of the SA class, was Cecil de lVlille's "Strongheart". This is a play of college life. The college senior and the college freshie, the college grind and the college loafer, the football hero, and the football fan, the songs and yells-yes, and the college romances are all there. As this book goes to press the cast is Working hard to make the production of "Strongheart" the best production of one of the most Worth while plays the Eureka High has yet undertaken. The cast is as follows: Taylor ............rr e r...... ...... A ubrey Boydstun Ross ....r C .............. .....r,r........ S am Horel Reade ............ . .......... Earl Roberts Thorne .... e ....... ....r C A Sam Diamond Fred Skinner .......i A .i.... Carl Ovven Frank Nelson ....... rs.... H erbert Hadley Dick Livingston ....rrs .... r e ........ Walter Dolfini "Billy" Saunders ........ e rrrr r........ G eddes Harper Soangataha -"Strongheart" ...... Henry Lane Muriel Anderson Phyllis Bruce Dorothy Nelson ,ss.,. ........ L orene Barnum Dick Levitt Wilfred Dorais . Gordon Perske .Theodore Little .. Gus Campbell Betty Bates as s.................... .. Maude Weston ...... A ........ . Nash ....aa,a........... ........----.--- Josh as B. -..-. Tad ........ae .----- Buckley A as ee ....... .. Farley ..... ...............---A 7 fl Maid .... or .,....... Inez Ruegg Black Eagle ........................ Clarence Wedige "The Little Father of the Wilderness" was the one-act play given by the Eureka Hi at the Music-Drama program in the J .H.S. auditorium. Only a few touches of the hand of our stage wizard, Howard Ryan, a tall gilt Candlestick, and an ornamental chain against the gorgeous drapes of our new Junior High and presto- the parting curtains revealed the splendors of the court of Louis XV! The frivolity and extravagance of Louis and his court as por- trayed by Theodore Little and an able supporting cast, formed an effective dramatic contrast with the humility and devoutness of Pere Marlotte, the Little Jesuit priest, played by Fred Goodwin, and of his devoted friend, the Franciscan Friar, a role well inter- preted by Sam Horel. The cast was as follows: Pere Marlotte .,......... is ri.... Fred Goodwin Frere Gregoire rr..... or c.... Sam Horel Captain Gheirllon or .... .,........ J ames Usher Louis XV .... L .................... J Theodore Little Mlle. Henriette .................... Edwina Melanson Ladies of the Court..Verna Holt, Phyllis Bruce Moira Daly Duke De St. Albert ,................... Earl Roberts Chevalier de Frontenac ....,....... Frank Gallon Indians and Soldiers in Frontenac's suite Aubrey Boydstun, Dick Derby, Wilfred Dorais Harlan Bartlett. 75 ! , 0 76 .sl uunnInulnllmmullulm During the past year from August 1926 to 1927 the Music Departments have been very busy. In the 1926 term the Girls' Glee Club sang for the Girls' League Programs, the Mixed Glee gave a number on the Christ- mas Classes's Graduation Program, and the best soloists of the Boys' Glee were chosen to represent their club by several solo num- bers rendered at various service club luncheons. The orchestra, as an important part of this department, has also played several times-three times at the Masonic Temple, twice at the Kiwanis, and at the Hotel Vance on Navy Day. The band last term played at the football games, except when the weather meant the ruining of their instruments. Last term from August to December there was a Boys' Glee of six members. Fae Clarke was the accompanist. There was also a Girls' Glee of twenty members and a Mixed Glee of nineteen members. -XX BOYS' GLEE CLUB . 77 ,i h MIXED GLEE CLUB This term from January to June there have been three High School groups under Miss Chakurian. There was the Mixed Glee, which Was composed of twenty one members, a Girls' Sextet, and a Boys' Glee composed of ten members. In the 1926 spring term, there were thirty-two members in the band While last term the number increased to seventy. Dur- ing this last term the orchestra has also been very busy. The band has played for several of the assemblies held in the Junior High Auditorium, and the orchestra also played in Fortuna in the Music and Drama progam. It has certainly been a credit to the Eureka High. THE GIRLS' SEXTETTE '78 Over in the Junior High School building some band or orches- tra is practicing nearly every period, membership being made up of pupils from both the Senior and Junior High Schools. Some of the students play in more than one band, and there are alto- gether seventy different students under direction of Mr. Flowers As a climax to the year's work the music department won ther silver cup which was offered by the H.S.T.C. in a music contest be-' tween the music departments of the high schools of northern Cal-, ifornia. J l VIVACE CLUB Prominent among the organizations of the school is the Viv- ace Club, which is under the direction of Miss Helen Chakurian. It is organized for the sole purpose of bringing together those in- terested in music and further developing their appreciation of this art. The club is composed of thirty active students, who have passed certain requirements to gain admittance. Meetings are held monthly at the homes of the various members where a program is given and refreshments provided. An operetta, '4The Pirates of Penzance", will be presented by the club in the spring. Oliicers of the club are as follows: President, Helen Lidstoneg Vice President, Lucinda Parr, Secretary, Audrey Giacominig Treasurer, Albert James, Parliamentarian, Gordon Perske. ' 79 Exchanges Last year the demand for the Sequoia Was so large that when the sale was over only seven Sequoias were left to exchange with other schools. Therefore we did not receive many exchanges but the ones we did receive were splendidly done and praiseworthy. We should like to extend our appreciation to those high schools who sent us exchanges even although we were unable to send one of our annuals to them. The Advance Your annual is very Well done, especially the literary de- partment. We were pleased to see that your annual contained no ads, as it improves the appearance of your book. Buccaneer-Modesto Junior College Your annual is excellent. The illustrations are clever and your cuts are arranged in a most artistic manner. We have gained many ideas from your annual and we hope that you will exchange with us again. U kia H i- U kiah Your jokes and cuts are very clever and your prize stories are very interesting. The only criticism we have to make is that we do not care for ads in the beginning of your annual. The Campus-San Mateo Junior College Yours is the best exchange we have received this year. Your cuts are excellent and your campus scenes are beautiful. Mistletoe-Willits Union High School. The dedication peoms to your graduating seniors are very clever. Your literary department is very good and your poems are excellent. Please exchange with us again. We sent last year's Sequoias to three high schools of our county and one each to Fort Bragg and Napa who were our friendly rivals in football. We also sent one to Santa Rosa high school. 81 1 , 1 S2 . Aug. Sept. 23 25 26 27 1 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 22 23 24 25 Oct. 6 7 8 Calendar AUGUST Another term of labor begins. The students are greeted by Mr. Joseph Glenn, our new principal. Students miss the freshies, for the halls are not jam- med With them. Mr. Glenn announced that a new English class would be started. This class writes material for the Redwood Bark. Students dismissed early, so they could go see the new Junior Hi building. SEPTEMBER First student body meeting with Allan McCurdy taking charge. Hurrah! Labor Day! No school! Girls start to practice basketball. Night school in full swing. Large enrollment. Another holiday. Admission Day! No student offers any regret. Mr. Jensen pays the school a visit and speaks before the assembly. All were glad to see him back. Dedication of the Junior High School. Friendship Day. Everybody making friends. Senior Hi students go over to Junior Hi for a program. Mr. Greenleaf gives reading from "The Merchant of Venice" 3B's give first dance of semester. to October 3, Institute week. No protest offered. First game of football. Eureka plays at Fortuna and beats them with a score of 12 to 7. This is the way to start the season. OCTOBER Student Body meeting. Report on bonfire rally. Somebody lights the bonfire. Why worry? We made it bigger. Bonfire rally held. Students serpentine down streets. 83 Nov. 9 First game of football played in the new stadium. Eur- eka vs. Arcata. Eureka victorious with score 7-0. Plen- ty of rain. 11 Senior Hi students go over to Junior Hi assembly, where they celebrated the football team's victory. 12 430 years ago Columbus sailed the ocean blue. 13 Girls' League meeting. Miss McGeorge, Phyllis Car- rington, and Lorene Barnum to go to Piedmont Hi's convention. 14 Practice game of girls' basketball with Teacher's Col- lege squad. Eureka loses 5 to 8. 15 Rally for football game. 16 Football game between Eureka and Ferndale. Eureka victorious 39-0. Teams had to play in rain and mud. 18 Delinquent slips go out. Some students shivering. 19 4B Dance. 22 Girls' Hi J inx. Virginia Brown creates sensation at Jinx with unusual and clever costume. 23 Arcata vs. Eureka in football game. Eureka wins again 28-0. Nothing unusual. 24 Report cards out. Some displaying very fancy marks. 27 Navy Day program. School dismissed early so students can visit ship. 30 Big game of football! Eureka and Fortuna play. Eur- eka's pig-skinners shut out Fortuna's wonder team with a score of 21-0. Hurrah! E.H.S. squad cinch H.C. I.L. championship. NOVEMBER 3 Regular student body meeting. Seating changed. 5 Hospital committee gives candy sale. Big success. 317. 50 taken in. Girls first basketball game. Team A loses and B squad victorious. 8-9 All girls discussing uniform dresses. 10 Girls' League meeting. Phyllis Carrington and Lorene Barnum tell about trip to Piedmont. 11 Armistice Day. Big day. Eureka and Fort Bragg foot- ball squads meet at Albee Stadium. Eureka shuts out Fort Bragg 80-0. Too bad. 12 Girls' basketball team meets Fortuna Cagers. A team 84 D 3.11. GC. victorious. B team losers. Arcata, Eureka, and For- tuna A teams are tied for championship. 3A Dance. Good music by the Jolly Stompers. Napa and Eureka football teams meet. Eureka loses in a hard fought game with score 13 to 7. Large crowd and plenty of rooting. Graduates wearing class colors of sunset and green. Senior Prom. Big time for all! Thanksgiving! Um! Um! No school and no tears shed. DECEMBER Regular Student Body meeting. Captain of football team, Al Williams, and Mr. Edwards to receive gold footballs and other members of the team, silver ones. Hospital Committee holds Christmas sale. Sad faces appear in all chemistry classes, for finals start today. Girls' League meeting. Uniform dress main topic of discussion. No definite decision made. Oratorical contest held. Ivy Cartwright winner of up- per classmen and Marjorie Lane winner of lower. Registration for 1927 work. Sewing classes give exhibition of work they are doing. Mechanical drawing classes have some of their work on display. Freak Day. Oh, these Seniors! Relief! Last day of finals. No school, but the teachers have job of correcting finals and making out report cards. Three cheers! Last day of school for the year of 1926. to Jan. 2-Christmas vacation. JANUARY Ho! Hum! Back to hard work again, after one week of vacation. Student Body meeting. Lynn Jack Rountree gave a short talk.Boys' first practice game in basketball. Boys' basketball team winners over night school squad. 2A and 2B girls have basketball game. One sided game with 2A's victorious. y 85 I e I 86 Feb. Mar. April 3A and 3B girls have basketball tilt. Fast game and 3A's were winners. Last of basketball! 2A's and 4A's play. 2A's win. Big night! Opening games in boys' basketball. Fortuna vs. Eureka. Lightweights Win, but heavyweights lose. Bishop Fox addresses Senior Hi students at Junior Hi. Boys' basketball teams lose in double header to Arcata. The Sequoia staff held a meeting and decided to charge 51.25 for the book. Boys' basketball squad took both games from Ferndale. FEBRUARY Student Body meeting. Heavyweights lose to Fortuna. Lightweights win. Mr. Hale speaks to students of Junior and Senior Hi's. Girls out practicing for baseball. Big day for Eureka High. Winners ofthe Humboldt County cup in the drama, debate, and speech contest held at Arcata. The basketball squads take both games from Arcata. Girls' League meeting. Jane Cotter appointed vice-pres. Lightweights win Humboldt County championship! On to Mendocino City, boys! Miss Borg forgot to come to the fifth period class. Lightweights go to Mendocino City. Lose by small score. MARCH 2A Jig. Big crowd and lots of surprises. Snappiest student body meeting of the season. Girls' League meeting. Big discussion on uniforms. Blue Monday! Report cards! Girls' Big E Society holds pie sale. Fort Bragg delegates visit school. Girls' League Convention. Twit! Twit! Twee! First day of spring! The contestants of the music contest entertained us. APRIL 3A Jolly Up. Lots of surprises and plenty of fun. Baseball season starts! We lose, 4 to 2. Girls win 18 to 1. Tuffy shows her stuff. Football boys, 87 8 9 26 Mr. Edwards, and Al Williams were presented awards. Melvin Sarin is honored. He represents us in the state high school orchestra. to 18-Easter Vacation. Many go away for the holidays. to 28-Wild flower show. Big exhibit by all depart- ments. MAY May 6-7 Operetta, Pirates of Penzance, presented. June 13 20 28 3 10 Senior Ball! Big success. 3A play, Strongheart! Best play of the season! J unior-Senior Banquet. Tables decorated in orchid and nile. JUNE Senior Class Night. Seniors show great talent. Commencement! Bye, bye, seniors! gf a - . ' . !! r . a ,,, 9 a . .., B n 'CEE i i . ffvl A esi ig g t p , s s - B or - .J 88 JZ? ef... U sir GIRLS' HI JINX The semi-annual Girls' Hi Jinx was held October 22. Prizes were awarded for the best costumes to Virginia Brown for the cleverest, Cherry Poland for the most consistent, and Irene Sapp for the best carrying out of the school colors. Hallowe'en predom- inated throughout the evening. Music was furnished for the dan- cing by Mrs. Wilson Smith. Punch and cookies were served dur- ing the evening. .N,.......... ...Z E tries: A fp.-'Q I Y 2 if f !- JV- l"H'3. 3 Syn. ' 5 'bu ' . .. LB DANCE The 4B dance was given October 19th. A good crowd was pre- sent which enjoyed dancing to an Orthophonic from 4 to 6 p.m. 3B DANCE The 3B class started the season with a dance in the gym, September 23. Novel music was furnished by a Panatrope. A large crowd was in attendance. 3A DANCE The 3A dance was given November 18th from 4-6 in the gym. A large crowd was in attendance, and the afternoon was greatly enjoyed. The Jolly Stompers furnished the music. SENIOR BALL The semi-annual Senior Ball was given November 24th at the Masonic Temple. An extremely large crowd of students and al- umni were present to enjoy the dancing from 9-12. Punch and cookies were served during the evening. 89 I , 0 90 '. if JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQ UET The Juniors entertained the Seniors at the semi-annual ban- eg WY' quet at the Eureka Inn, the 18th of December. Dancing and cards lug .lr s,' were enjoyed throughout the evening. T , 4B DANCE il The 4B class gave the first dance of the semester, January 27th in the gym. Music was furnished by the Jolly Stompers. , 'xl s 'A 3B DANCE The Jolly Stompers furnished music for the 3B dance, Feb- ll ruary the 16th. A large crowd was present. QI? WF' QA DANCE A The 2A class drew the largest crowd of the season to their :ll iw dance in the gym, March lst. Many novel stunts were put on dur- all ing the afternoon. Music was furnished by the Night Hawks. rj 'WP Q 3A JOLLY-UP The 3A class entertained with a dance in the gym April iirst. During the intermission vocal solos were rendered by Melvin Sarin and James Montgomery. Music was furnished by the Jolly Stompers. Prizes, candy, punch, and gum were given away. ' . L GIRLS' HI JINX The semi-annual Girls' Hi Jinx was held in the gym Friday ee. TP E night, April 22. Many novel stunts were presented. Dancing was ill I enjoyed throughout the evening. li 'ii SENIOR BALL 14' gl The Senior Ball was held at the Masonic Auditorium Mey if lj? :gil 13th. A large crowd was in attendance. . .IE . ls JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET if The Junior-Senior Banquet was given at the Vance Hotel if May 28th. Dancing was the diversion of the evening. 9 1 eil 3 la... - Q V -'-- - - - '-: 1'-I 'rw' . ' -11 ' .' VKX,-,:?"-L'i,,4rlTL -5 - gf ,-- ff-M. ' 'F J- - 'C fi'-qf'C:1 R af f 'n silt: ': : ' ff f rf.: in N i 92 "v Y . '- ,ln 15 4 ' fy l F i 2' l 4: ' if If 1 Q1 C--e -if - I E ' . Football The Eureka High School was more successful this year than ever before in the history of the school. It started with a victory, and kept on being victorious until the final game, which we lost to Napa. The team secured the championship cup of Humboldt County by Winning every game with the local teams. It then won the championship of northwestern California by defeating Fort Bragg 80 to 0. Five-eighths of the games played during the season were shut-outs. Coach Edwards started with forty students out for the team, but within two Weeks this number was reduced to twenty-five. This amount was gradually cut down until a good team was se- cured. The students owe a great deal to Al Williams, who, with- out any compensation, helped make ours a good team. SEPTEMBER 25 Eureka 12 Fortuna 7 The first game, played at Fortuna was a hard fought one. Clary made the first touchdown for our side, while Fortuna's score was made because of a fumble. Afterwards, in the fourth quarter, the ball was gradually worked up the field. Then, just a few minutes before the game ended, Bell made the touchdown which won the game. OCTOBER 9 Eureka 7 Arcata 0 This game, following the bon-fire rally was held in Eureka 911 on a very wet and muddy field. Although there was an almost continual rain, both sides played well, even though the playing was confined to line work. Arcata was held scoreless, while Eur- eka was able to secure only one touchdown. OCTOBER 16 Eureka 39 Ferndale 0 Another muddy game played in Eureka! Ferndale threat- ened our team only once. During the last quarter Ferndale had worked the ball up to the ten yard line, but they were held for downs. Wedige then kicked out of danger. The game was made interesting because Timmerman, Bell, Lameroux, and Quigg made several long runs. OCTOBER 23 Eureka 27 Arcata 0 Neither team was able to score during the first half of this game. In the third quarter, after a drive down the field, Bell made the first touchdown. Shuster then made a touchdown when he blocked a punt and fell on the ball on the other side of the Arcata goal line. The other two touchdowns were made by Bell and Peterson. OCTOBER 30 Eureka 21 Fortuna 0 While Eureka had won every game, Fortuna had lost only one. Therefore this game was considered the one which was to decide the championship of Humboldt County. On the whole it was a tough game, for the field was dry and this made long passes possible. Eureka won by the score of 21 to 0, thus securing the H. C. I. L. championship- NOVEMBER 6 Eureka 25 Ferndale 3 Coach Edwards started this game with his second string men. Every substitute was given a chance to play in this game. The "subs" made a good showing in making yardage and stopping Ferndale's attacks. Ferndale was able to secure only one field goal. NOVEMBER 11 Eureka 80 Fort Bragg 0 One of the largest crowds to see a high school game in this county was present to witness Fort Bragg's defeat. Many fine 93 . . . V' ., plays were made during the game. Charley Quigg made a 34 yard run to a touchdown, Norgard walked to the sideline un- noticed and received a long forward pass, and in the last quarter Timmerman received a pass from Bell, and ran 43 yards to a touchdown. NOVEMBER 19 Eureka 7 Napa 13 This is the first and only game our team lost during the season. The fans claimed that Napa's team wasn't better than ours, but that the breaks were against us. Time after time our team advanced the ball near Napa's goal, only to be held on downs. Timmerman made a long run, but the referee claimed that the quarter had ended before the play started. GIRLS' BASKETBALL At the first of the term it was not determined whether or not we should have girls' athletics, but at a meeting of the Humboldt Scholastic League, it was decided that we should. This conference also decided that we should have two teams, each one playing three games. The minutes of play were also reduced from eight minutes to six minutes. Captain Kathryn Nellist who played center and Mary Weatherby who played guard were the only members of last year's team. The new members of the A team were Dorothy Wrig- 95 ley, side-centerg Marjorie Allen, guardg Alice Renfroe and Melba Sarvis, forwards. Alta Huber who played side-center, was captain of the li team. The rest of the team consisted of Margaret Kay, jump-cen- terg Verna Johnson, guardg Signe Saari, guardg Katherine Dulfy, guardg Vera Johnson and Lois Cottrell, forwards. The A teams of the county were very evenly matched. Eur- eka, Arcata, and Fortuna tied for the county championship. Eureka and Fortuna had the best teams in the B division. Fortuna won the game from Eureka by one point, and thereby won the championship of the B division. The scores of the games are as follows: A TEAMS Eureka 11 Arcata 1.9 Eureka 33 Fermlale 0 Eureka 27 Fortuna 11 B TEAMS Eureka 38 Arcata J, Eureka 41 Ferndale 6 Eureka 28 Fortuna 29 LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL The lightweight team started with a victory and kept in the lead throughout the season. The only games lost were the lirst cg' .1-F ' ff..--g .f .,. -1 - game played with Arcata, and the game played with Mendocino City. The first game of the season was played with Fortuna, and Was Won with the score of 14-10. But the second game of the season was lost to Arcata, score 17-6. The next game was Won from Ferndale, 15-5. Fortuna then accepted defeat with the score of 11-7 . Our team then had revenge on Arcata by defeating them 19-11. The game with Ferndale was Won, score 9-6, thus securing the championship and the pennant of Humboldt County. A trip of nearly three-hundred miles was made in order to play Mendocino City for the championship of northwestern California, but due to fatigue from the long trip the boys were defeated 21-15. Jack and Wayne Simpson Were good on the floor Work and Jack Was exceptionally good for long distance field goals. Nixon also was good for field goals. McCurdy played center and guard so well that the rooters always expected a great deal from him, and they were not disappointed. HEA VYWEIGHT BASKETBALL The heavyweights were not as fortunate this year as they were last year, for they were to get only second place in the C.I.F. standings in Humboldt County. The first game of the season star- ted the ball rolling against them when Fortuna Won with a score of 13-18. But the second game, played with Arcata, was more equal, even though they lost with a score of 6-7. The team then 96 1 Q 5 98 seemed to hit their correct stride because the game with Ferndale was won with a score of 14-5. The next game with Fortuna was lost, score, 7-16. The second game with Arcata was Won, score, 19-9,and the last game of the season, played with Ferndale, Was Won by a score of 31-16. Wedige and Norgard were always the high point men for Eureka. In the last game played, Norgard made 16 points, which was as much as Ferndale's total score. GIRLS' BASEBALL The H.C.I.L. added girls' baseball to its list in 1922. Eureka has held the championship ever since. This year Eureka had a wonderful team. They piled up big scores and held their opponents to extremely low ones. Miss Lambert promised a gold baseball to the girl who made the most home runs. M. Sarvis, H. Godfrey, and C. Carson made home runs in the county league games. Melba Sarvis is the lucky one to receive the gold baseball. The scores for the games are: Eureka 18, Arcata 15 Eureka 20, Fortuna 2, Eureka 12, Ferndale 0. The team consisted of H. Godfrey, pitcher, L. Winter, cat- cher, A. Fenell, 1st base, K. Delaney, 2nd base, M. Sarvis, 3rd left center, S. Saari, right center, R. Winters, right iieldg L. Cot- base g Captain C. Carson, shortstop, M. Allen, left field, P. Nielson, trell, right field, M. Barry, left center. 99 PLAY DA Y On April 23 the Humboldt State Teachers, College gave a play day. The high schools of the county sent girls, teams of baseball, track, and tennis. The Y.M.C.A. boys played baseball and took part in a track meet. The college girls had an interclass track meet. The faculty played a game of baseball with the girls. At noon the college served hot chocolate to the visitors. After the athletic events, a program was given in the assembly. Follow- ing the program a banquet was served. Speeches, yells, and songs were given during the banquet. Probably the most notable thing during the day was Elta Cartwright's broad jump. She broke the national record by nine and one half inches. Elta is a former Eureka High School track star. The Eureka tennis team consisted of M. Barry, D. Wrigley, and V. McMillan. V. McMillan and D. Wrigley defeated the For- tuna doubles players 6-4-6-2. Then they defeated the Arcata doubles 6-1-6-2. M. Barry represented Eureka in the singles. She defeated the Fortuna representative 6-1-6-3. She then de- feated the Arcata player 2-6-6-2-7-5. The Eureka baseball team defeated the Arcata team 9-1. H. Godfrey won the baseball throw, throwing 183 feet. ,,......4 Tennis Players 100 E. Crossley placed third in the hop and jump. The shuttle relay team easily defeated the Arcata team. The Eureka team consisted of I. Cartwright, L. Kavanagh, C. Carson, K. Delaney, D. Johnson, G. Brantley, M. Cannam, M. Sarvis, E. Crossley, and C. McDonald. BO YS' BASEBALL The baseball team was unable to pull down this year's cham- pionship. The first game of the season was lost to Arcata with a score of 2 to 4. But revenge was taken during the following game with Ferndale. During the first two innings Eureka brought home eleven runs. For the rest of the game the coach had the boys practice some new plays. The game ended with a score of 20 to 0 in our favor. The next game was played with Fortuna and also proved to be a winner for us. Fortuna kept ahead until in the eighth inning when We came back with a rally which won the game. The score was 6 to 3. The second game with Arcata led to another defeat, though the score was 0 to 0 until the fifth inning. The game ended 2 to 3 in favor of Arcata. Before the last game with Arcata, Eureka, Fortuna, and Arcata were tied for first place, each having won two and lost one. But Arcata's victory over Eur- eka put us out of the running, and the baseball championship went to Arcata. 101 1 wiN.e1,f ' f 315' JITUTL ! ' i H W -Vu - iki lull ii 1, L li nrpjlllln ' llvlllll , U HE mm 1 mm mm 1 H I '-,. f 5 T FT W !l! L q n ' nw 9 P s L IH PHMPLVJ 'J 'I The Junior High School, the Pride of Eureka I- om:z:ml A'noNs 'I f if J lllwll li ,. cf The years 1926-1927 have proven to be most prosperous in the administration of the students of the Eureka Junior High. The school is yet new, but all the organizations, old and new, have been making a greater headway than before. THE BOARD OF HEALTH The Board of Health is similar to the Student Council. It has to do with the health and cleanliness of the school. Already they have collected the names of the underweights and are going to try to help them gain weight. Officers are: Violet Seminoff, President, Dorothy Jones, Vice President, Ardyth Larson, Secretary, Lyle Rankin, Treasurer. 105 The Junior High Student Council J- ff .. 'Ili' '- f 'nw . --H. - V ' ,f-+.exWQ1v.2' lilfxvmgkgfe-9 nyilxjpfl " ' - JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL OF 1926 Our Student Council of 1926 did very good work and served us faithfully. It also made our school more prosperous by co- operating with the Parent Teachers' Association. The oflicers were: Dorothy Goodwin, President, Graham Quigg, Vice President, Elsie Armstrong, Secretary, Claire Nel- son, Treasurer. JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL OF 1.927 Our Student Council of 1927 is going on with and keeping up the same good work as our old one. The oflicers are: Barbara Graham, President, Wayne Biord, Vice President, George Tooby, Secretary, Harlan Still, Treasurer. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' LEAGUE The newly organized Girls' League is helping the progress of our school greatly. The officers are: Josephine Doliini, President, Estelle Hoop- ers, Vice President, Elsie Armstrong, Secretary, Kathrine Bro- gan, Assistant Secretary, Fern Welsh, Treasurer. The girls have already decided to Wear uniforms which will consist of cotton stockings, a white middy with blue collars and cuis, a blue or black tie, and a blue skirt. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' LEAGUE The Boys' League was organized during the second semester and elected the following ofiicers: President, James Massey, Vice President, Wilbur Kammerzell, Secretary, Vincent Massei, Trea- surer, Donald Scott. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIA TION This organization is new in our school and is open to any girl who is interested in sports. Oflicers are: Vera Zmarich, President, Dorothy Goodwin, Vice President, Addie Lillie, Secretary-Treasurer. THE GIRLS' BAND The Junior High Girls' Band was organized by Mr. Flowers. This is the only Girls' Band in the state and we are justly proud of the work the girls have done. 107 M . The 9A Class THE GIRL SCOUTS The Girl Scouts have done good work so far. They have made money by a tag day, and two candy sales. Their treasury is grow- ing large. The oflicers are: Mrs. Van Kleek, Captain, Grace Cochrane, Patrol Leader, Ardyth Larson, Secretary, Lillian Johnson, Trea- surer, Maxine Moore and Abie Kopnenberger, Flag Bearers' Grace Cochrane, Bugler. THE CHANYATA CAMP FIRE GROUP The Chanyata Camp Fires have done excellent work this year. They have held two candy sales and they took part in tree plant- ing at Fortuna. The officers are: Miss Ester Cunningham, Guardian, Miss Ruth Turner, Ass't Guardian, Barbara Graham, President, Char- lotte Fraser, Vice President, Marion Edson, Treasurer. THE MINNETOUHA CAMP FIRE GROUP The Minnetouha Camp Fires have done fine work also. They have had a cider and doughnut, and a cake sale. They also partook in tree planting at Fortuna. The officers are: Mrs. McMahon, Guardian, Eleanor Wahl, President, Frances Devoy, Vice-President, Marcella Mosely, Sec- retary-Treasurer 5 Katherine Hill, Sergeant-at-Arms. JUNIOR AUDUBON SOCIETY The Junior Audubon Society is composed of the 8B class under the direction of Miss Schortgen. The club studies the habits and life of birds. 7 Junior High Glee Club 109 The 9B Class yrs Cn BAR ini sf an ,.........,. N4 Aug. 23 24 30 Sept. 1 3 8 12 14 15 17 22 23 AUGUST School opens. New pupils gape at splendors of building. High School students visit our school. They wish they could attend school here. Let them Wish! Mr. Pihl and his boys start to grade grounds. SEPTEMBER New gym lockers arrive. Some one was heard to remark, "Oh, see the chicken coops!" Redwood Bark staff for Junior High selected. First assembly held today. Teachers introduced by Mr. Glenn. Representative of Liberty Bank speaks on Thrift, and presents two pictures of Humboldt, one for each school. Our school was dedicated today by the "Native Sons of the Golden West" Boys' Manual Training install two drinking fountains. Assembly held today. Orchestra plays. Vocal solos by students. Dorothy Goodwin speaks on work of Student Council in Winship. Miss Moore speaks on Posture Day. Student Council holds Hrst meeting. Elect oflicers, prob- lems of school discussed. Mr. W.L. Greenleaf, dramatic speaker, gives "Merchant of Venicev in assembly program. Posture Day! All walking straight as sticks. 111 Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. OCTOBER 4 Mrs. Zane not at school as she was hurt coming home from Ukiah. 6 Junior High Glee Club gets under Way. 7 Student Council meets to discuss problems of school. Assembly held. School song sung. 8A2Y class gives mus- ical program. Shop receives new sheet metal roller. It looks to us, for all the World like a clothes Wringer. General Science classes had a surprise today when one of their pet rats ascended Lyle Rankin's leg. Glee Club selects cast for operetta. Navy Day. Ship's Ofiicer addresses assembly. NOVEMBER 1 Shop boys consume six gallons of ice cream presented to them by the Board of Education. 5 Junior High football team Wins game from High School Sophs. Nine for the team! Assembly today. 9A's put on program. Student Body de- cide to bar boys Who smoke from competitive athletics. Armistice Day. Program given in Auditorium. New flag pole dedicated. Junior High students attend big game in full force. Hi School Student Body invite us to see movie in their Auditorium. Thanks, Hi School Students! DECEMBER 3 "Bits of Blarney", presented-Great Stuff, Glee Clubs! 6-10 Exhibit held of Work done this semester. 8A3Y boys hold Christmas party. Christmas tree appears in lobby ablaze with lights. Christmas program of Eureka Grade Schools presented in our auditorium. Christmas! Santa comes today! J AN U AR Y 5 Assembly held. Nellie Massie elected yell leader. Hygiene and gym classes put on assembly program. Plays and stories presented. Girls meet to form an athletic association. Bishop Fox gives address on "Life and its three Ages". 112 13 18 19 21 27 10 11 19 17 20 22 23 12 17 18 Feb. Mar. Apr. May June 2 16 21 22 2 16 17 19 24 25 26 6 7 8 18 20 22 2 27 30 1 3 6 10 FEBRUARY Girls' Band presents program in assembly. Girls' League holds meeting. Decide to adopt middy and skirt uniform. Also decide not to wear silk stockings. Moving pictures of Hawaiian and Fiji Islands by rep- resentative of Matson Steamship Line. Washington's Birthday. Program given by students. MARCH Girls Wearing uniforms to school this Week. Girls' League put on program in honor of Mrs. Zane, who helped them to get started. Saint Patrick's Day. Shamrocks and green ribbons! P.T.A. hold cake and food sale to pay for Girls' Band uniforms. . Everyone looks expectant-tomorroW-- We get our cards!?! Tag Day to raise money for Girls' Band uniforms. APRIL Ain't men funny? That's what we thought today when the men of the faculty put on a program in the assembly. Chamber of Commerce hold luncheon in our library. No, they didn't eat the books. Today vacation begins. We'll get lonesome being away from school so long. a All back again. The only thing we suffer from is sunburn. Boys' League meets. Important business discussed. Latin contest held in Arcata. Junior High in thick of it. MAY May Day. Native Sons hold program. Play Day. Everybody enjoys himself. Memorial Day. Parade. J UNE Student Council hold party today. Wish We were all on the Student Council. 9B's hold picnic today. Everyone thinks it a great thing. Exams! Exams! Will they never end? School is over-aren't We glad? 113 l 4 114 REDWOODS When in the forest did ever you see The beautiful sight called a redwood tree? Tall andstately with branches wide Growing majestically side by side. Leaves of green and a great trunk of brown. A wonderful sight to see out of town While at its feet in modest repose, Grows ivy, and grass, and sometimes the rose, While mother nature smiles sweetly down, On her best beloved subjects of green and brown. Then Apollo above looks down to see, God's most wonderfull gift-the Redwood Tree. Mildred Green 9B 2 SCHOOL Gee! It's fierce to go to school. It's simply one, long, endless rule. They just cram you full of stuff. You can't even shout, "Enough!" And when the teacher calls on you If you don't know the answer,, whew! -Alice Porter QB2. 'BASEBALL SEASON Hurrah! Baseball season has begun! Our boys and girls are out for fun. Of course, our class's team will win. Our "kids" are full of pep and vim. Hurrah! Our colors are ahead! "Fair ball! You're safe !" the umpire said. "Nine for the team !" our leaders shout. Our team will win without a doubt. Hurrah! We won! We're now the season's best! It now is time for us to have a rest. And now our baseball fun is o'er We'll wait another year for more. , -A.La1'ison g 115 lfitiifaii 3-if . ifUfzl.!".-A if T lliifiifb The railroad station was in a state of confusion as I entered the ticket room. The second my foot crossed the threshold, some- body jumped on me from behind and bore me to the ground. I knew a robbery was taking place. I threw my opponent from me and waded into the iight. It was not long before the floor was strewn with bodies. Only a few of us were left fighting. In ten minutes more, I and the leader of the gang stood alone. My foot slipped and I fell to the floor with my opponent on top of me. Somehow, I managed to get out from under him and was just in the act of knocking him out when I awoke and found myself in a terrific struggle with my pillow. -Robert Quinn 9B1. OUR COURT Within the inner heart, Of our school, it stands apart. Our court, so neat, So cool, so sweet. Its fountain's silvery spray, 'Neath which the fishes play, And the flowers so bright, Fill our heart with delight, 'Till, as we go on our way, We all feel happy and gay. And when at our classes we arrive, To do our very best we strive. Alice Peter 9B2. 116 0 W FT F -.-J " 19... L' " ..4, f I If xi: . EEE if . I, 1' qb ., ,. 'lie L. -.-' .--'17 kA" ' "YOURS TILL" Miss McGeorge drives a Rolls Royce. Miss Borg is a six footer. Mrs. Knighton joins a band of gypsies. Mr. Lapeyri ceases to blush when addressed by a member of the fair sex. Miss Lambert coaches football. Miss Clarke bobs her hair. Mr. Doren does the "Charleston", Miss Sutton lets the students talk as much as they desire. Miss Guidery is a peroxide blonde. Mr. Frye becomes an aviator. Miss Poindexter teaches boys' gym. Miss Renshaw is a hair dresser. Mr. Sanders teaches girls' gym. Miss Mathews wears the same dress twice a week. Mr. Glenn spanks Jana. Miss Bedell jumps rope with Mr. Irons. Miss Griflin goes into the movies. Mr. Nason plays the saxaphone. Miss Thompson "slings hash" at a lumber camp. Mr. Edwards coaches drama. Mrs. Klepper drives an aeroplane. Mr. Morgan becomes a clown in a circus. Miss Duane is an athlete. Mr. Flowers teaches Spanish. 117 ' f Mr. Rigast is an official water carrier. Miss Turner's dresses reach her ankles. Miss Chakurian joins Barnum and Bailey as the fat lady. Miss Calvert becomes a life guard at a beach. Miss Meredith takes in washing. Miss Fitzell is an opera singer. Mr. Bollenbach throws away his toothpick. Miss Smith teaches the football team to type. Miss Powell develops the hobby of collecting rare mice. Jim came into the house whistling a tune. "Can you carry a tune, J im?" asked the affectionate father. "Sure I can, pop, ain't I carrying this tune OK?" asked Jim. "I wish you would carry it outside and bury it." said pop. Miss Renshaw visiting New York museum: Have you a mummy of King Tutt here? Attendant: No, madam. Miss Renshaw: Dear me, they have a very fine one in the British Museum. The cat settled herself luxuriously in front of the kitchen fire and began to pu.rr. Little Grace who was strange to the way of cats, regarded her with horror. "Oh, gran'ma, gran'ma l" she sud- denly cried, Hcome here quick. The cat's begun to boil l" Jim: I notice you frequently carry a medal on your chest. Sam: I got that medal for running. Jim: Whom did you beat? Sam: The owner and six policemen. A lady and her little daughter were walking through a fashion- able street when they came to a portion of street strewn with straw, so as to deaden the noise of vehicles passing a certain house. "What's that for, ma?" asked the child. To which the mother replied, "The lady who lives in that house has a little baby girl sent to her." The child thought a minute, looked at the quantity of straw, and said, "Awfully well packed, wasn't she, ma?" Prof.: And did I make myself plain? Senior: No, God did that. l18 .' 0' Q .n 1 I v 3 1 F1 5 . 5 x it 5 1 I f Y K 'E WE 'Q Y if X , X R 1 WI E E -MM Q 2l55g i ix .X vf lf' Q' . I f. IH' 14 .1 vin' i . , mg H ,'-. , .. l W .A -, 9 3 . 34, : "' -,iff : -gn vk .3 Rl H :E ' Y fl Q K A H 5, . Fir. X , 513 gig - k 'N , nw, '11, .fg K . ,. .- A. elif I j 4 E 5 I2 3 E 5 3 N fo K ix ' ...,M ii U Wu W 2 Ziff V 1 E E5 xv ,Q ? 242: IWW vw ma WW E E 1 W 'La E Q65 1 M Q Fi :pm ff ff! ,, 1' " Q Vg , 1 - w lm? X A 4? fy X 5 'S f f : N ' iv ' ' . will! ! X 'Q I f Q gpg!! X X U-A x , ,lf Y , X M mm 2: X X if XX X X ff X X X I Pj N rf 'A I 'tv H X - .Ln 119 A S Iiis The Cui Q Your Clothes Thai Counts p 1 g ,focL23QQ3'rafz9 GILMORE and BA CLE Y Geddes: Do you think you could care for a boy like me? Patricia: Oh, I suppose so--if he wasn't too much like you. Al: It seems to me, my dear, that there is something wrong with this cake. Kas: That shows what you know about it. The cook book says it's perfectly delicious. WE NEVER CLUSE Phone 2300 For Vlionc 2300 Storage, Vlfashing, Greasing, Polishing, Crank Case Service, Tires 81 Tubes ,xl'L'CSSUl'lCS, lfverylliing For The .Xutoinuliilc Eureka Garage 81 Service Station Tlll X il SL. l,.lC. l'a-rskc, Mgr. 120 HOTEL DANCE Eureka California MODERN A- SOLID COMFORT - REASONABLE LARGE DINING ROOM PRIVATE DINING ROOMS for PRIVATE PARTIES BEST FOODS W. M. MILLER, Mgr. Sunday School Supt.: What gushed forth when Moses smote the rock in the wilderness? Little Eddie P.: Beer and light Wines. Eleanor: I saw a beautiful girl today. Guess Where I saw her. J.M.E.: In the mirror. M.E.: I've just been stung by one of your bees. M.A.: Well, just show me the one that stung you and I shall punish it severely. Scaller Graduation Wishes with Greeting Cards from Mathews Music and Stationery House STATIONERY, CORRESPONDENCE CARDS, BOOKS PENS, PENCILS, MOTTOES, TOURIST PADS LEATHER NOVELTIES 121 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Eureka, California Glveclzing and Savings cgccounts egolicited CZ.Q7e 92ent Safety Qbeposit Sgoxes at .fess Cglvan C9ne Gent Qer Qbay e7Vfay ClQ7e Serve 9614? Capital and Surplus over .298oo,ooo oo 124 THE HUMBOLDT STANDARD To-day's News To-day Foreign, National, and Local News Every Evening The Associated, Press and United Press Printer's Telegraph, PHOTO ENGRAVING JOB PRINTING Judge: Remember, if we can't convict you in this state, we'll turn you over to the Maryland authorities. Would you rather be hanged in Maryland or California. Leland: If its all the same, Judge, I think I'd rather be hanged in efligy. Norman: Do you serve lobsters here? Waiter: Yes sir, sit down. We serve anybody. Student: Said he'd kick us out of class, did he? What does that prof think he's running here, the French Cabinet? A.: I hope you two are engaged. X.: I am. I don't know Whether she is or not. HORNBROOICS Buster Brown Shoe Store R. L. Hornbrook, Prop. 617 5 th St. Eureka, Calif. 123 SANITARY DAIRIES CO. QUALITY SERVICE Pasteurized Milk, Cream and Buttermilk Our New Plant is thoroughly equipped with New, Modern and Sanitary Equipment through out-Visitors Welcome. H. H. BUHNE SPORTING GOODS, CAMPING OUTFITS, COOKING UTENSILS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE and GROCERIES Third St. at F Eureka, Calif. 124 Right " To The Fraction Of An Inch" Hart,Shaffner8zMarX College Styles For Spring Thafs How The High School Boy W anls His Clothes VVE HAVE THEM The T oggery J. M. HUTCHESON 5lh.8zF St. Eureka 125 The Bon Boniere for Candies Supreme And Ice Cream That Is HOMOGENIZED 423 F. Street Eureka Calif. He's a lucky fellow! He's in love with himself and hasn't any rivals. Moira: And don't you ever save for a rainy day? Sam: No, I live in Arizona. Dick: what happened to Henry Lane? Geddes: Went to sleep with his mouth open. Dick: What of that? Geddes: He was sleeping on the railroad track and the conductor thought it was a tunnel. WALLACE 81 CLONEY FOURTH 8: H STREETS ' Gas, Oils, Greasing FIRESTONE TIRES SL TUBES, VULCANIZI NG 126 I 'r. A Q' .15 FASHION and ECONOMY CENTER of HUMBOLDT FOR 32 YEARS. SOLE EUREKA AGENTS FOR PHOENIX HOSIERY DEWlNG'S Boorlskv Everything In Fooiwear. Th L FOR LADIES Johnson, Stephens SL Shinkle, Makers of "Fashion Plate" Shoes Wonderful Shoes for Wond f 1 e argesl Shoe Shop In Eureka er u Girls 3 FoR MEN I' , .lei Johnson 6: Murphy in 'o':" " A 1 1 Florsheim Shoe Co. ' Smmfg W. L. Douglas Shoe oo. 533 31 535 Fifth sn. Eureka. 127 Secretarial Duties Heald's Employment Department HEALD'S EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT CTelephoneProspect 15401 is called upon by business men for: 1-Generalgbusiness and office help Ctrained in the fundamen- tals, subject to direction in their first positionl. 2-Young people with a few months' experience. 3-Thoroughly experienced workers. No charge is made for this service either to Employer or Employee. The Heald Courses are listed below-Employers express their prefer- ence for a worker with a complete training, or for one who excells in individual subjects. Graduates of the Heald Courses are always in demand at good salaries. Full Commercial Business Secretarial Stenographic Course Course Course Course Bookkeeping Bookkeeping Principles of Shorthand Arithmetic Arithmetic Record-keeping Typewriting Penmanship Penmanship Arithmetic English English English Penmanship Spelling Spelling Spelling English Penmanship Typewriting Typewriting Spelling Business Rapid Figuring Rapid Figuring Typewriting Correspondence Commercial Law Commercial Law Rapid Figuring Dictation Business Business Business Office Practice Correspondence Correspondence Correspondence Auditing Auditing Commercial Law Accounting Accounting Shorthand Banking Banking Dictation Office Machines Office Machines Ofiice Machines Shorthand "Business Practice ""Secretarial Practice "' Business Practice 'In "Business Practice" all students practice the duties of positions from Clerk to Office Manager in seven or more kinds of business, the-n they open, operate, and close their own business, first as a Partnership and then as a Corporation. """In "Secretarial Practice" the student serves as business secretary to six different Business Executives, each interested in a different line of business. Heald's is in session the year around-you may enter any time. Tell us what you would like to do-we will send further infor- mation and suggestions. HEALD' Van Ness Avenue at Post Street San Francisco, California 128 The EUREKA INN The ART of COOKERY is the critrion of a people's civilization. Bad food depresses- Good food exalts us like an inspiration. It is the bounty of nature that we live -But of philosophy that we live well. Our breakfast, luncheon, and dinners are real treats in choice foods. .Quickly and Qiaintily cservecl Special attention to special luncheons, and din- ner parties. Phone Mr. Tremblay, 855 The EURJQKA INN Joe: Leland, what's a mixed metaphor? Leland: That's a new one on me. Let's go into this hotel and ask the Waiter. El: I'm going to marry a pretty girl and a good cook. Bert: You can't. That's bigamy! PAIGE MOTOR CARS 6 and 8 'L.I-I. VALENTINE CO. 7th 81 G St. Eureka, California MOTOR WITH SATISFACTION 129 YOU G ME Who Trade at This Store Dress Better for Less Money. EVERYTHING FOR MEN Will N. Speegle Third 81 F St. Phone 55 EARLY IN LIFE Learn that there is Only one Safe Way to Buy Real Estate. That way is through your Title Company First the Title - Then the Money No Land is Greater than the Title to it. Belcher Abstract Co- EUREKA4 PHONES 90-368 Miss Chakurian: Congratulate me, old thing. M.M.: What for? Miss C.: I've just completed my iirst unfinished symphony. Pup looking at an elephant: I'll bet thereis a big enough supply of bones in that bird to last me the rest of my life. J Bandits have just robbed the bank. L.S.C.: What did they get? J : A teller, a policeman, and a couple of innocent bystanders. WAY'S GARAGE Storage Gas Oils Washing Greasing srpvieurn o sr. IQUREKA 130 A A-L , 3:5552 K -H 912 f . , THE PICKWICK STAGE SYSTEM OFFERS THE FINEST R OU TE FOR Travel Through The Redwoods DEPENDA BILI TY C OMF OR T SER VICE The Pickwick Siage System Depot 415 4th St. Eureka, California 1 1 CHAS. GREEN CD. Eureka, California kVhite Busses Chrysler, Cadillac 81 La Salle AUTGMOBILES "The FRIENDLY HOUSEU HARRY PAUL C lotlring House SECOND 81 E STREETS EUREKA, CAL Ice Cream -- Soft Drinks Daily Papers -- Magazines Cigars - Tobacco - Candy "Best of Service" Mrs. FRED J. MOORE 81 SONS CARLSON 81 TELLEFSON GENTS FURNISHINGS Beach Shoe 425 d St. I Phone 521-W Eureka, Cal. 132 DELANEY' S CANDIESI AL WA YS FRESH YouR DEALER HAS THEM Delaney 81 Young Eureka, Calif. B.: Yes, I Walk six miles for my complexion every day. R.: Is your drug store that far? To Mr. Glenn: What are you called by the people you Work for? Mr. Glenn: Dad. Dot M. I had the most terrible dream last night! Nell: Tell me about it. Dot: I actually suffered in my sleep from the embarrassment. I dreamt that I suddenly walked onto a dance floor and I had a lot of clothes on. FREEMAN ART CC, PORTRAITS AND PHOTOGRAPHY OF' ALL KINDS 527 F St. Eureka, Calif. 133 QUALITY SERVICE THE STADIUM HOME OF FINE CONFECTIONS CHILO BALLS AND FROZEN SUNDAES Also A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEORGE MORANDA OPP. SR. HIGH PHONE 196 2104 J STREET SERVICE B QUALITY Susie: I'd like to try on the rose dress in the Window. Saleslady: Sorry Miss, that's the light shade. Doctor: I can't cure your husband of talking in his sleep. Wife: But can't you give him something to make him talk more distinctly? Mr.: Send out for a black man to do the Whitewashing and a white man to black the stove. Mrs.: Won't one man do? Mr.: No, I Want to see how much material they waste. BOOKS BOOKS Headquarters For READING OF ALL KINDS "If It's In Print We'll Get It" C. O. LINCOLN GO. Phone 76 615 Fifth Street 134 Three Floors Of Women's, Misses' and Children' s Apparel Exemplifying The Meaning Of Our Slogan "Merchandise Of Merit Only" Always At Consistently Moderate Prices -5 ' -v v EUREKA, CALIFORNIA Mrs. Flatbrushz What does your husband call your dog? Mrs. Toothbrush: When he's calling him in the house do you mean, or When he's chasing him out? D.R.: Would you love me as much if father lost his Wealth? J .L.: He hasn't lost it, has he? D.R.: No. J.L.: Of course I Would, you silly girl. The straight arm duet will next render, "I'll come back to you in Honey time, and we'1l have the hives together. Morgans I Roast My Exclusive Dealers fur: I. MILLER HIGH GRADE SHOES FOR LADIES 629 5 th. St. Eureka. MYRON VVALbH 533 F' 135 The Eureka Woolen Mills The Home of ilie E. H. S. Blankets Broadway 81 VVipple St. Eureka, Calif. Gruff Father: Why don't you get out and find a job? When I was your age I Was Working for three dollars a Week in a store, and at the end of five years I owned the store. Fred: You can't do that now a days. They have cash registers. Barber: Hair-cut sir? J. M. E.: Yes, but don't make it too short: I don't want to look effeminate. M.W.M.: A sentence using the Word moron. Gus: Papa said Helen couldn't go out till she put moron. F. A. Mathews 81 Son 520 F Sf. Eureka Phone 4 WHOLESALESIRETAIL Painler's Supplies, Mirrors, Sponges, Sheathinppaper, Varnish, Brushes, Paints, Oils, VVindowglass, Glues Chamois, Waxes, Cement, Lime, Wall-Paper, Roofing VVall-boards 136 Log Cabin Bakery ARTHUR J. HUNTING, Prop. VVholesale and Retail 621 FIFTH STREET ENRIGHTS "ALL O' THE WHEAT FOR HEALTH." . sf - in KUPPENHEIMER GO0D CLOTHES NONE BETTER ARCHIE CANEPA 432 SECOND STREET EUREKA Roselyn on Way to Junior Hi music room: Gracious, isn't the blacksmith shop making a lot of noise today? Wayne: That isn't the shop. That's just the Junior Hi orchestra. Janice: Do dentists beat their wives? George C.: No, they crown them. God made the World and rested. God made man and rested. God made Woman and neither man nor the World has rested since. THE HI SUPPL Y THE BEST OF CANDIES, ICE CREAM, ALL CONFECTIONS AND SOFT DRINKS EVERYTHING IN SCHGOL SUPPLIES MRS. E. G. VVOOLEVER, Prop. OPPOSITE JR. HIGH EUREKA, CALIFORNIA 137 Rae W. Bryan H. R. Bartlett STANDARDIWHUHTURECII FOR Better Homes Phgne 569 Elks Building A good piece of advice. Don't give it. Cherry: With feet like yours you should get a job with the govern ment. Charlie: Doing what? Cherry: Stamping out forest fires. Mind you-Pm not criticizing her-I'm analyzing her. Wanted: Two husky young men for moving buildings! Jim: What struck you the first time you visited Chicago? M.M.: A blackjack. I al ros 'rm ' c l- we FASHHNWamiECONONH7 CENTERofHUMBOLDT FOR32YEARS SOLE EUREKA AGENTS FOR PHOENIX HOSIERY ESTABLISHED IN 1895 138 Compliments Of Bank of Itahg 3Vational cgrust C59 :Saving Hs Home Saving Bank gourtb 6? 8 Streets cgurelea, Gqlwrnia 139 The ATIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY Serves ln Three Principal Enterprises The Humboldt Times Wholesale Paper Commercial Printing The Morning News- It takes 4 floors and The printing plant has Paper of Nofthwestem a wharehouse to house grown rapidly and is now California Associated Press, Times Special service, Sports page, Womenvs page, iture, fixtures, ink and San Francisco and Port- the many paper products, the most completely beside safes, office furn- equipped of any between Features stationery, land. TELEPHONE 25 EUREKA, CALIFORNIA 328 E STREET Dumb: Is that a goat? Dumber: Nothing else butt. E. R.: Have you ever been painted in oil? A. O. B.: Heavens, no. How do you get it off at night? George C.: Did you take chloroform? Freshman: No, who teaches it? O. L. E.: So you never even Went to high school,, eh? What makes you think you can play football? Walt A.: I've been Working for eight years in the ice business. SUNQUIST SHOE STDRE Cotiage Candy Shoppe Packard Shoes and C oodycar Welt Shoes Fine Candies REPAIRING Homeogenized Ice Cream 523 Fifth SL Eureka Opp. State Theatre Phone 2176 140 Office Phone 219 Res, Phone 668 DR. J. F. WALSH Physician and Surgeon Room 16-19 Gross Bldg. Eureka Dr. Harold Holmberg Dentist 6th and G St. EUREKA DR. B. A. PETERSON DENTIST ROOMS 201-202 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. EUREKA ARTHUR W. HILL Attorney At Law I Rm. 418-419 First Nat'l B'k Bldg. EUREKA Dr. W. E. McClelland Chiropractor FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. DR. W. J. QUINN FIRST NAT'L BANK BLDG. Phone 413 or 415 EUREKA OFFICE PHONE 507 DR. A. F. COOPER Dentist GROSS BLDG. EUREKA Lawrence A. Wing M. D. EUREKA CALIFORNIA Office Phone 128 Res, Ph. 1078W DR. E. L. WALSH Dental Surgeon GROSS BUILDING Eureka, cai, EDGAR HOLM M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat SUITE 311-312 First National Bank Building Dr. Robert Johnston Dentist First Nat'l Bank Bldg. EUREKA G. I. CARBRAY O. D. Optometrist 431 F Street EUREKA You Are Playing Safe VVhen You Buy From Baker 81 Crosby Corner 5'th Sz G Eureka ol'I'EfHH2:f?s x x 1 1 Z, cial! I 9 X REBl1NxlJ'EwlfLE Sf X will! 402 F st 99 Euraha, The fool Who rocked the boat No more the craft is tossing. But the Whole year round We have the boob Who races a train to the crossing. Sheaffefs Lgfe Time Pens Waierman's Ideal Pens Parker Duofold Pens NVQ cngmvc yr ur mum- frcc on ouch pen bought at our store on the liNGRAVOCRJXl'H Rlill CROSS PHARMACY 427 F St. Phone 231 142 vii 4'-W I W 4 5. JPL t --... s' zzlmrtiz ' I BA K of E REKA . .ug of and ii S GS BA K f HUMBOLDT COUNTY fig ig . -V'..,. ire-fi E1 N PM if:g,:11.f5., i:ig:E,EEfE.,51s:.:E5E .A.- ,.'. ' " "' .... "" "ii" 'gfffii Ezifgiigii- .22?'iffffriff2ijf5fli5ie?i3752?if-f-is225E5F55-iifiiiifii? V 23 'fi1' 5'5 by f ' "'Q . , , ., w,A ' ' , 't "" "'i " ':':f:ff51f5f ..,4 . .,... 55525552525:Q:Qe5:,eg:,1Z:gs,1,1Q5Q5555545915S,Eg3Q?sSff:ggQ,fQeggE5555iii5??51f3i:Q:S:Q:l:3:l::1 : :TE?E5 : f -" " ' f" ' , . . I 1... .. . .....,,..........,.44A..4.... , ..A,..,,,AQ,.. , , .,.,. ...................... . A .. To the Students who Graduate we ex- tend our best Wishes for success in their chosen fields of endeavor. To those whose turn is yet to come we urge that they put forth their best efforts that they may outshine the class just graduating. ' ' 143 . , 4- M v LQ-A 5l!S'1lE3lZLL?2TCl'l' 022.93 - DR UGGISTS - KODAKS STATIONERY DEVELOPING 6' PRINTING PHONE 435 EUREKA BUSINESS COLLEGE Our cutalm uc if lIllL L tul llunc C lla L 602 RL 350 Janice: Is it a love match? Al J.: It must be. They played partners at bridge all last summer and they're still fond of each other. - Have you heard the neWsboy's song? No, what is it? How Many Times? Mistress: Have you been touching the barometer? Jane: Yes, ma'am. It's my night off, so I set it for fine. EXPERIMENTERS- For your convenience we have a very complete department of RADIO PARTS Eureka Electric Co. 528 Fifth Phone 2626 144 al- '-'ti'i.:..t1..J '43, 'Y lb 3' " ' ii. ff' fff'-ff ,w-.vg.Ei:.'r' ' .. :'..:.:'..' Qt" Cnr First State Champion LYNFORD SCOTT Our one real athlete, Lyn- ford Scott, informally known as "Bud," took first place in the high jump at both the north sectional and the state track meet this spring. Bud has nothing to attrib- ute his wonderful ability to except hard practise. Three years ago he began to take a great interest in high jump- ing. At that time he was only a freshman in high school and was not rated as any sort of athlete-to-be. Still he con- tinued his jumping and even made himself a set of jump- ing standards to be used at home. In 1925 he was practicing continually but had not yet made any startling leap. In the interclass track meet last year Bud cleared the tar at six feet on the stan. dards. In the H. C. I. L. meet at Arcata the ground was very soft but he managed to set a new county record at 5 feet 10 inches. And now he started the 1927 season by first taking the high jump in the section- al meet at Stanford on April 23, and then repeating his performance the following week at Modesto where he made first place in the state C. I. F. meet, missing the state record by only a short margin. Good boy, Bud! 1 4 5 . H H 4 A 4 Q, ..h.'.5gLi3iQ'i..Lg, Qgfzlif-v E P- f- - if JR. su' A " 'i 2 +95 nw. N . ,K PAL.5 - -.. ' X ' X w N f'm' .fu PF' -sd 1' 'X , . . , ,, ,4 ..,, A, :X .,,?1::,.,,L1?,5ti 1Axfg,,VfA , L ' PA LS ' 4 . ,,- , A .. uh: 4 55, . A , - 1 -4 . 4 b. - ' 111 A qi b K ,-, J I W F- , ,I V ' . - . h 1: :fl . x ,v ' ff, . Q14 ': '25 , ' ' 1 5 51' 7 . 5 i iff ' f 5 lp' , . 1 4, V. . - ' . ' -f vfl' . ' 1 . ' V H 'V- , - 'iff ' A . +51 ff? Q ' if: gg - '-6 Q ir . ivy ' . 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