Eureka High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Eureka, CA)

 - Class of 1931

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C 3? v-:fm "-1 Y.- 'Q' ' far Q3 aw mg" ,. :Jff'Tl" w'2 '- -' r I-W " 'gfmtfdfgwf rg 1 A QLQEQ 1' f, Wgazr H aw if-1. 144mjyf 'a YS. fm: -- 1.'4f1.'ii"zNiys ,wr Y - Q-A , far ., V -eff r' .fl fl 1 .-A 'J fi" WW Wffff v'gW.w ,QE-iz .ww may JQLQ, ' iE5'w 2fqzi5'f,,,,',!Sif+.1- ,i1:"'Y'w3,:U 1,,,,9fQgy,',,fgf6N.u15t ' - I, gd -my x mg, , af g,.ff5-,1fz5-'fu-1.4-' , My 14'-MQW: WJ, A ff W, . 355' lgsGQ?ogLvQQgn3s1b Night View of E. H. S C5176 :Sequoia 1931 VOL. XXVII Published by the Student Body Eureka High School Eureka, Calif. Printed by the Eureka High Printing Department Qlecfication O George B. Albee, city superintendent of schools, who with high ideals and untir- ing effort has labored for more than three de- cades in behalf of the youth of Eureka, we affectionately dedicate this book. Supt. George B. Albee goreword T is only through the combined efforts of a number of individual units that a project such as this annual may be brought to a suc- cessful finish. That first prerequisite, finances, has been so successfully handled by the busi- ness management that little need be said ex- cept to offer our gratitude to those advertisers whose patronage has been a great help to us. The excellent work of the printing department is self-evident. The fact that they have com- pleted an undertaking as large as the publica- tion of this annual certainly entitles them to a great deal of credit. Some exceptional talent of the art classes has been incorporated in this book making it a praise- worthy example of that bran-ch of endeavor. These departments have combined to make this annual a fitting vehicle for our school day memories. Cglveme HE theme of this Sequoia is the develop- ment of education in Humboldt county, which naturally centers around the life of our beloved city superintendent of schools, George B. Albee. From the rough mountain schoolhouse of logs to our beautiful buildings of today with their modern facilities, Mr. Albee has played a vital part in the evolution of the educational in- stitutions of our country. The staff has endea- vored to make this book a representation of the prominent influence which our superinten- dent has had for so many years on our school system. We should like to present this annual as a symbol of educational progress as expressed in Humboldt county and by George B. Albee. -:Sequoia Staff Editor-in-chief .................................... Vivian Vinyard Assistant editors ...... Barbara Jones, George Tooby Snaps .................. Ernest Mueller, Clarence Haugan Organizations ....................................,,,. Drama ........... Music ............ Sports, girls ...... Sports, boys ..... Humor ..,.... Society ....... Calendaru ....... Inez Leighton Margaret Lennox Lylian Hart Betty Wagner Charles Schmeder Eddie Koskela Ino Konu Humboldt Gates Exchanges ........ ...... L orene Nelson Literary .................. ...... M ary Taylor Business manager ................. ...... H erbert Stuart Assistant business manager Adviser ....,.,,...,.,.,,,,.,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, Terry Atkinson Miss McGeorg'e Art Committee ............ Rose Boydstun, Calvert Bird, Lioyd Wasmuth Qlrvzszons PERSONNEL Board of Education Mr. Glenn Faculty Classes Mr. Irons ORGANIZATIONS Student Body Girls League Staff Clubs ACTIVITIES Vocational Views Drama and Music Story and Verse Sports JUNIOR HIGH Mrs. Zane Classes Clubs FEATURES Calendar Society Exchanges Snaps In order to obtain an education in ear- ly Humboldt, it was necessary for one to surmount many obstacles. Pupils trudged miles through slush or rode over dus- ty mountain roads to the cabin schoolhouse where they gained the bare rudiments of an education. 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'wwf' 'V .r " 57:3 W: x wg' -' V 'Q "Q fe +' fx' fi, ,ggfj-Fi.4Q1giEzf-g.f.E.g,g:- f1-4-:iw5fQ?5-5225-53,i,lff,.gV:g:,aJ,-Q.,Sffiwgfk-5'f?f::25.p3f-iFy,3z4-i4"Q.5Vffiiwymggififi-.213 51,14-,,,a+fg5P . -'Jeff-giQi-2-52--53-5,33-ilk-- Q55 3,Qgr"g . ?--fwww 2+ fggV-W-11291. lf?f5Z?ff2f:f1i,ef-gfm. . - Ev '-3 .. vm:'Q,5 5eef--V435-:tg,xgH:-.--5-:,-.4.euQg-que- .,-w: wg-.a:531:.r1'a-Qian-552'VL.-3112-2.3gQ . V -V.,5-2:33-.,1??i3f. .15i2i.2.ffgffax,,-.-3mes. Q55 :Mira 1- '1yW E5f,lqQf 5?L,TfJ52 W- 1-2r'V?vfif'? TXT..-:f4.?. .-I-V f-4 'Q -C -Q74 .541-'f.'Y,:, Sky.f?f1X-gwg.,-:9w5.'Lff 9,59 ' .Ag-K, 411. N , T2 Q .ii2.QffZf . , 4-x 'wk-e ,., . ' 3 ' BOARD OF EDUCATION Ritchie Woods Guy L. Roberts Geo. B. Albee, secretary Dr. J. A. Belfils Dr. B. M. Marshall, president L. P. Tufford rf . MESSAGE FROM MR. GLENN Fr'om the pioneers of Humboldt County We take many worth while lessons. Theirs was a life of such hardship as we can but ima- gine. These early settlers had a high regard for education, and schools were established as soon as permanent settlement had been made. These early schools had little in them that can be compared with our modern schoo s but they command our admiration because, in spite of privations and almost overwhelming hardships, they pro- duced such teachers and educators as our Superintendent George B. Albee. Every community today expresses its public spirit and pride in its school buildings, The school trustees select with great care sites that shall be ideal, and an attractive style of architecture. They equip the building with the best of modern devices for lighting, heating, and ventilation, and provide apparatus for the laboratory and machines and tools for the shops. They engage a corps of well trained teachers, competent to give instruction in the courses of study planned by the state. In such an environment the boys and girls of today if they are to be considered Worthy descendants of the Hum- boldt pioneers will show their appreciation of the advantages that they enjoy by a diligent application to their school Work. A ,, ""a.'B- .. All ... L-' H5271 Y 1- 1 - ?: ' ' ' 1 CELEWBE it 1 I X X 1 " I. Senior Scaglv gaculty Frederick Frye, mathematics, B. S. Univ. of Illinois Lena Guidery, part time director, A. B. University of California Mabel G. Griffin, biology, zoolo- gy, B. S. McPherson College, Kan., University of California G. J. Guthrie, English and His- tory, M. S. Washington, M. A. State College Pearl Jacobson, vocal music, St. Olaf College Mary A. Beaver, civics and his- tory, A. B. Stanford Univ. Elene H. Knighton, head of En- glish department, A. B. Minne- sata Univ., Univ. of California Elizabeth Marshall, physical edu- cation, H. S. T. C., R. N. Stan- ford Univ. Margaret Mary Mathews, Span- ish and English, A. B. Stanford University Ina V. Meredith, mathematics, A. B. University of Illinois George A. Morgan, head of science department A. B. Santa Clara College Emily V. Poindexter, head of language department, A. B., M. A. Stanford University yi Powell, Latin and drama, A . L. Univ. of California, M. A. X K X5 Columbia University Nathaniel Sanders, head of corm- mercial department, A. B. Univ. of California Minnie M. Smith, typing, A. B. M. A. University of California Susie Sutton, librarian, A. B., M. A. University of California Jay Willard, physical education, B. S. Oregon University Joseph T. Glenn, principal, A. B. Wooster College, A. M. Stan- ford University Edith McGeorge, vice - principal, English, A. B. Stanford Univ. Bessie S. Klepper, head of home economics, Teachers' College Columbia Univ., Univ. of Cali- fornia Marguerite Bedell, English, A. B. Univ. of Texas, M. A. Univ. of California Howard D. Billman, public speak- ing and English A. B. Dart- mouth, M. A. Chicago A. Bolenbach, head of printing department, A. B. University of Nebraska, Univ. of Califor- nia Agnes O. Borg, art, California School of Arts and Crafts, A. B. Clara M. Calvert, typing, sten- ography, and bookkeeping Cecile Clarke, head of history department, A. B. University of Calif. J. E. Doren, head of woodwork department, University of Cal. C. J. Dreyer, head of machine shop, Univ. of California Pheobe A. Duame, stenography, and typing, Oshkosh Normal, Ferris Institute Frank A. Fick, mechanical draw- ing, M. A. Oregon Univ., Univ. of Calif., Santa Fe Apprentice- ship School, Calif. School of Arts and Crafts Bertha M. Fitzell, head of mathe- matics department., B. L. Uni- versity of California Frank B. Flowers, band and or- chestra, Kansas City Bush Con- servatory anuary Seniors This class had the distinction of being the first class to escape being properly initiated. As 3H's the class reached its climax in presenting the play "Daddies," The class also worked enthusiastically in selling candy at the games, and, at the close of the school year gave the Junior- Senior Banquet, which was proclaimed a great suclcess. While they were 4L's this class experienced the usual stage of inactivity, but at the beginning of their 4H year they plunged into the commotion of preparing for graduation. On November 25, they gave the "Gobbler's Frolic," one of the best dances given during the year, owing to the splendid cooperation of the various com- mittees. The Senior Ball, the largest in the history of the school, was a brilliant and enjoyable social affair. The last project of the Senior Class was "Senior Class Nite," which under the direction of Miss Mathews was a great success, and played to a packed house. The week after the class received their beloved sheep-skins, they gave a dancing party at the Eureka Inn, for themselves and their friends, to take the form of a farewel- paity. This was the first event of its kind ever given by any graduating class. Although this class was small, many of its members were out- standing in school activities. In both boys' and girls' athletics, it furnished some of the school's best athletes, as Don Gould, and Vincent Massei were captains of the 1930 footbal. team. Francis Moore, and Alfred Abrahamsen were also active on the football team, and Melvyn Christopher was a member of the basebal. team. Dolores "Dee" Henders, besides being a track star was also an enthusiastic basketball player, Other prominent girl athletes in this class are Ruth Goodwin who acted as captain of the tennis team, Mil- dred Huggler, and Dorothy Goodwin. The girls of this class won the inter-class championship for 1930, in basketball. The Dramatic department was well represented by Harlan Still, Zdenka Poscic, Dorothy Goodwin, Ardythe Larrison, Lois Canepa, and Elva Baumgartner, Freyja Christiansen, Marion Edson, Lillian Johnson, Vicent Massei, and Fred Jackson also took part in dramatic presentations of the school. The class officers for the Senior year were Harlan Still, presi- dent, Drucilla Runner, vice-presidentg Marian Edson, secretary' Nestor Johnson, treasurerg and Ernest Pierson, sergeant-at-arms. The advisers were Misses Minnie Smith, Clara Calvert, Marga- ret Mathews, Emily Poindexter, and Mr. Nathaniel Sanders. 3 Poscic, Zdenka Persons, Clarence Massei, Vincent Thompson, Thelma Huggler, Mildred Steele, Kelton Runner, Drucilla Larison, Ardyth Burgess, Harlow Francis Moore Goodwin, Ruth l Jacobsen, Helen Pierce, Alice Gould, Don l Tierney, Ernest Baurngartner, Elva Gcrback, Sophia Turner, Carlton Hutcheson, Barbara Baldwin, Douglas -. . Pierson, Ernest Canepa, Lois , McQuay, Edna Abrahamsen, Alfred Reed, Alison Goodwin, Dorothy Koskela, Eddie Bracken, Lloyd Lund, Clara Henders, Dolores Christiansen, Freyja Riedel, Martha Christopher, Melvin , Johnson, Nestor af Qadmyfmwffb Pierce, Cherrill Graham, Barbara I i i -as- -o'lff?S?fe-- I' EZ- M 1 Campbell, Kenneth Freitas, Mary Taylor, Albert 4255! Anderson, Lois Hanka, Elvie Johnson, Lillian Cummings, Lyle Still, Harlan Edson, Marian l THANKS, SENIORS THE SEQUOIA STAFF EX- TENDS GRATITUDE TO THE CLASS OF 1931 FOR THEIR TIMELY CONTRIBUTION OF SEVENTY FIVE DOLLARS TO THE SEQUOIA FUND. une Seniors The 4H Class was organized with Herbert Stuart as president, Lois Canepa, vice-president, Carolyn Frey, secretary, Harmon Min- or, treasurerg and Milton Pellegrini as sergeant-at-aitms. The class as a whole successfully gave a dance which they called the "Red Hot Hop." This dance was under the direction of Peggy Robinson as general chairman. Several individuals of the class have shown their ability in leadership. Herbert Stuart is business manager of the "Seqoia," Vir- ginia Lee Dickson is secretary of the Student Body, Milton Pelle- grini is president of the newly organized Fish and Game Club, El- don Cochran is president of the Press Club, Dorothy Williams is president of the Girls' League, Ino Konu is chairman of the Hospital of the Girls' League and society editor for the Sequoia, Carolyn Frey is song leader of the Student Body, George Tooby is vice-president 'of the Student Body and also assistant editor of the Sequoia Staff. Talent for dramatics is also displayed in this class. Jessie Hinch successfully portrayed the leading character of Jane in the play "I-ceboundf' George Tooby, held a leading part in the operetta, "Jer- ry of Jerrico Road." Some of the athletes of the class include Robert Caviness, Blaine Boice, and Harmon Minor. The class put on a very clever and talented Class Night. The students and towns people who were present thoroughly enjoyed the performance. The Junior-Senior Banquet given by this class very cleverly carried out the jungle idea. Dorothy Culley was chairman of the decoration committee. The class as a whole has always been active and has been an asset to the school. The members will no doubt show just as mulch ambition and initiative in the future as they have shown in the past. They once sat timidly in the balcony, some afraid to open their mouths and others with their mouths open and gasping at the bra- ery of the upper classmen. As soon as they came down on the lower floor they showed the rest of the Student Body that they were just ambitious and energetic in carrying out school projects as the stu- dents who were then Seniors. As they advanced they became more active. The big graduation night terminated their brilliant career in the school. The members of the class will follow various careers in the fu- ture. The Student Body will miss their beaming faces when Mr. Glenn calls assemblies "for announcements." The Student Body extends each student hearty wishes for a successful career in the future. The class advisers were Miss Sutton, Miss Clark, Mr. Guthrie, and Mr. Dreyer. N . Davis, Marjorie Louis Canepa Konu, Ino Shanahan, Marian Stuart, Herbert Russell, Mary Jean Witherow, Viella Caviness, Robert Schwab, Marthalena ul' g X Stemach, Joe 1 Mortenson, Maxine , J ,, Williams, Dorothy Davenport, J. C. Tooby, George Kauppila, Sylvia Wilkins, Frances Kammerzell, Madeline Reinholtsen, Arnold Haugan, Clarence Walimaki, Aili Jones, Barbara vtx' Boice, Blaine X Johnson, Elsie or , f 94 K .x.,s,k,1s -1. 'ft ,, K .4 V l Minor, Harmon Gastman, Annette Liddle, Roswell Holm, Mildred Frey, Carolyn Madsen, Allen Gif, X, Pasarich, Martin ,g . . 1 ff 14 Hodges, Lola Lon f' .1 f gy Frederickson, Ruthe Fraser, Charlotte Hinch, Neita ." -L Marsh, Llewellyn Hinch, Jessie Hart, Lylian Melanson, George Hale, Helen Gunderson, Elsie Finley, Irva Dolfini, Esther Pellegrini, Milton Culley, Dorothy Cloney, Kathryn Roberts, Paul Ivancich, Zorie Zerlang, Elletta Dickson, Virginia Lee Nichols, Lloyd Vaughn, Fanoy Hudson, Ruth Thorne, Muriel Thomas, Phillip ' . w1f.'t',Z.f Ceivich, wMa.rie Edeline, Elaine Rogers, Margaret Mueller, ,Ernest i. ffjgufib' 7 5 I si 'K' UM I K P "J af 4 .Af I gif Crossley, Charles Stemach, Mary Moore, Maxine Baro nti, Albert Mitchell, Evelyn Smith, Violet Cuanto, Joe Baronti, Julio Larson, Helen Sanderson, Ivy Kirkpatrick, Jennie Calkins, Olin JW? l 9 334, Robinson, Peggy Swanson, Agnes Simpson, Walter Tufford, Viola Christopher, Eileen Mackins, Sidney Anderson, Dorothy Taylor, Mary Samuelson, Merwyn Englehart, Christie Stewart, Barbara Arvola, Toivo . .l's, tx xsv .4 -.si f XM ffj NZM? X 5 Q24 - l'X'?xa. - ',.,,e:-Qi- :I " ' 1 - 2 Y .A ,Q , ,. .. E. i .I -A. Helstrup, Harold Reinholtsen, Irma Nelson, Gwendolyn Udd, Edith Nelson, Herbert Swaim, Frank Wagner, Evelyn Heney, Marian Jack, Marjorie Tufford, Fred "' ,-L.. -r::-- .1 sf- , 1 , - If :Y f . n n -Y " i 4 MR. IRONS Henry Irons, our janitor, Whose friendly face we have missed of late because of his illness, is a man Whom We have silently admired for his fine, distinctive qualities. There is something about Mr. Irons that causes us to regard him with strong approval. His qualities of patiently performing his duties as Well as his lasting interest in the students, during his thirty years connection with Eureka High School, are undoubtedly the cause of our esteem. We realize that this in- terest has carried him to all school activities, and We hope that he rea- lizes our appreciation. Even now, when he is not able to be at school, the students are foremost in his mind, for it is they whom he first asks about when vis- ited by us. We are sincerely hoping for his complete recovery. C5716 419 Glass Some of the outstanding members are included in the following list. Lorene Nelson is a member of the Sequoia Staff. Vivian Vin- yard is editor of the Sequoia, Murdock Aune is one of the yell-leaders of the Student Body, Rose Boydstun is on the Art Committee of the Sequoia, Milton Huber is president of the Student Body, Janet Wood- cock is corresponding secretary for the Girls' League. Some of the athletes of the class are Jack Daly, George Petterson, Herbert Moore, Gene Lytle, and Milton Huber. Those members who took part in dramatics were Jean Leigh- ton in the play "Icebound," Janet Woodwock in "Icebound" and "Jerry of Jericho Road." Edward Mahan also had a part in the play. 'Tlielofficers of the class before Christmas were: president, Mary TayQor'g' vice-president, Mildred Swanson, secretary, Eugene Lytleg and treasurer, Eugene Lytle, The officers for the last semes- ter Were: Rena Bonini, presidentg Ed Mahan, treasurer, Ja-ck Daly, vice-presidentg Phyllis Quinn, secretary. The class successfully put over the HalloWe'en dance "The Ghost Hop." This class gave the Junior-Senior Banquet held in January. The Eureka Inn was cleverly decorated, 'carrying out the Eskimo idea. Some of the committee chairmen for the affair were: Genevieve Zook, decoration, Rena Bonini, program, Ed Mahan, musicg Rose Boydstun, place-card. The class advisers who have successfully aided the class are Miss Bedell, Mrs. Klepper, Mr. Bolenbach, and Mr. Fick. Aldrich, Fred Aune, Eloise Aune, Murdock Bonini, Rena Boydstun, Rose Brainerd, Clarenec Cevich, Marie Cloney, Leland Crivelli, Katherine Cushnaghan, Barb. Daly, Jack Dunn, James Edeline, Elaine Erickson, Rauha Fleming, Helen Genzmer, Muriel Hash, Marguerite Helstrup, Harold Hess, Philip Milton Hill Hook, Lauri Huber, Milton Hudson, Ruth Hunter, Bill Hynding, Elaine Ivancich, Zorie Jarvi, Helme Jarvi, Linnea Johnson, Gunnar Johnson, Melvin Jones, Francis Kangas, Irene Kiiskila, Toivo Kuntz, Harry Lawson, Clyde Leighton, Inez Leighton, Jean Leonard, Virden Leslie, Carl Lindberg, Lucille Lyman, James Lytle, Gene Mchauey, Roy Mahan, Edward Manty, Twilikki Miller, Francis Mitts, John Moore, Herbert Morgan, Claire Nelson, Herbert Nelson, Lorene Nieri, Louis Olivatti, Albina Petterson, George Randle, Lee Sandberg, Kenneth Sears, Mary Solee, Viola Swanson, Mildred Thomas, Phillip Udd, Edith Vinyard, Vivian 'Wahlund, Elizabeth Walker, Averill Woodcock, Janet Wuorinen, Ellen Zook, Genevieve , Cgfve 3,75 Glass The members of the present 3H Class were first organized when they were low Sophomores, just entering Senior High School. The group went through a certain period of "iazzing" as "Scrubs" until they were organized under the following set of officers: president, Jack McClure, vice-president, Johnny Fasullo, secretary, Francis Conner, treasurer, Earl Hemenway, council member, Claire Mor- gan. Their adviseis were Mr. Morgan, Miss Borg and Mr. Billman During the 3H term, Miss Jacobsen was added to the list of the list of class advisers. The boys who have gone out for football in either Sophomore or Junior years are as follows: Bill B aikie, Beryl Boice, Andrew Bucholzer, Arthur Burman, David Clary, Wayne Cochran, Joe Daly, James Fasullo, Walter Henderson, Vankelly Karas, Ernest Maltag- liati, Claude Murray, Corado Pinochi, Charles Schmeder. The boys who went out for basketball are as follows: Bi.l Blfaikie, Beryl Boice, Earl Hemenway, Walter Henderson, Vankelly Karas, Claude Murray, Lawrence Nelson, Harold Robertson. On February 17 the class gave a very succesful Valentine's Dance, called "Cupid's Frolic", taking in approximately twenty- two dollars The present set of class officers are as follows: president, Helen Marks, vice-president, Bill Edson, secretary, Lloyd Gragg, treasurer, David Clary, council member, Wayne Cochran. Allen, Amelia Atkinson, Terry Axe, Blaine Barber, Bill Barker, Geneve Bennion, Freda Berndt, Curtis Blaikie, Bill Blakeley, Bill Boots, Birdie Boyce, Beryl Bragdon, Helen Brown, Elinor Bucholzer, Andrew Burman, Arthur Cannam, Junior Carr, Allen Carter, Wilson Charters, Harold Christensen, Arthur Clary, David Cochran, Eldon Cochran, Wayne Conner, Francis Pasco, Edabeth Crnich, Annie Dahlberg, Agnes Daly, Joe Devlin, Evelyn Doren, Edward Duchman, Maria Edson, Bill Fasullo, James Fryers, Stillman Gragg, Lloyd Hale, Harold Hamblock, Bob Hansen, Carl Hawley, Clara Hemenway, Earl Henderson, Junior Henderson, Walter Hibser, Matilda Hill, Helen Hubbard, Lois Hudson, Raymond Kallio, Eino Karas, Vankelly Lee, Wallace Lennox, Margaret Logan, Marion Lowell, Randolph McCann, Edith McCranie, Claudia McIntyre, Evelyn McClellan, Milton Mabry, Josephine Maki, Vaino Maltagliati, Ernest Marks, Helen Murray, Claude Nelson, Clarence Nelson, Lawrence Newton, Dorothy Nicholson, Elvira Nilsen, Allen Null, Leonard Pasco, Bertram Pawlus, Leo Pinochi, Corado Ragon, Rosalena Robertson, Harold Robinson, Joe Rourkie, Donald Russ, Leland Saunderson, Nellie Schmeder, Charles Seely, Elmo Sherrick, Eva Soiules, Gussie Steiner, Mary Stemach, Millie Stevens, Lynne Swanson, Cheryl Taylor, Stedman Thompson, Florence Thompson, Robert Tobin, Monroe Wasmuth, Lloyd Watson, Eunice Weijola, Aili Wilson, Lily Gp L- '.:4,- L Esau!-HQQE The 3,58 Glass The 3L class has just completed the dreaded term of being a Sophomore class. The members are a promising lot and will soon show the rest of th students of the school what they can do. One of the most prominent students of the class is Juanita Brown who has taken part in many plays and who held the impor- l tant part of the next to leading role in the operetta, "Jerry of Jer- rico Road." Emma Cox, Jane Nellis and Eileen McNally also have . taken part in dramatiics. Eileen very cleverly portrayed the part of "Billy, the office boy" in the Girls' League Benefit play, "Trying Them Out." Catherine Englehart was a member of the tennisteam for the school. Some of the students who went out for basketball were, Er- vin Had-ey, George Burwell, Terry Karas, Joe Walsh, and Harry Zook. The members of the class that went out for football were, Leslie Vannoy, Larry Dwight, George Burwell, Jack McClure, Mil- ton Britt, and Terry Karas. Dorothy McCann and Harry A. Duffy, Jr. are well known as musicians of the class. Dorothy McCann plays the piano and Harry Duffy plays the violin. Both students have taken part in many con- certs and musical entertainments. There is such an array of talent displayed among the members that no doubt they wi-l show that they are leaders. Even as "Scrubs" 'sa t wwe heard of some of the students in plays and athletics as well as leadership. As they advance they attract even more recognition. The class advisers are Miss Meredith, Miss Griffin, Miss Duame, andCoach Willard. Albert, Kathryn Andrews, Ruth Beck, Nurman Britt, Milton Brown, Juanita Burgess, Betty Burman, Evadne Burns, Mary Burwell, George Campbell, Barnard Campbell, Charles Cannam, Helen Carlisle, James Carter, Louise Cox, Emma Crowley, Patricia Curless, Joe Duffy, Harry Englehart, Cathrine Dwight, Lawrence Flaherty, Estella Frost, Dorothy Gates, Humboldt Hadley, Ervin Harding, Marion Harvey, Alta Hathaway, Helen Milotte, Charmion Mobberley, Clarence Nellis, Jane Hess, Lewis Hibser, Catherine Hill, Bernice Hill, Margaret Hutchinson, Margie Jacobsen, Lucille Johnson, Carl Johnson, Roy Karas, Terry Larsen, Gerda Lemon, Kirk Lennox, Jack Livingston, Alice McCann, Dorothy McClure, Jack McNally, Eileen Massagli, Deno Melendy, Rew Nicol, James Nicolaison, Hans Ogbin, Orval Ohl, Bernice Reed, Ernest Ryburn, William Saari, Viola Saffell, Dorothy Smith, Harriet Smith, Mabel Stanley, Rose Sunnari, Martha Taylor, Eugene Thomas, Leah Thomas, Stella Thompson, Audrey Vannoy, Leslie Vrcan, Lee Walsh, Joe Warren, Mathew Waters, Donald Whalen, Myrtle 'Whalen, Neva Widnes, Ralph Wilson, Ora Williams, Maxine Wooden, Marcial Yackley, Dorothy ' Zook, Harry 4- .7 H l IL, Cglve 25? Glass When the present 2H class entered the Senior High School, it included over 240 students. The election of officers resulted as fol- lows: president, Howard McGowang vice-president, Laura Haugang secretary, George Kovacovichg treasurer, Grant Hinton, sergeant- at-arms, Donald Crisp, student coun-cil representative, Urdine Look. Owing to the resignation of the e-ected secretary, Cleo Fender was appointed and after serving one semester she moved away and re- signed, Veronica Quinn assumed the duties of secretary. The advisers are Miss Fitzell, Miss Marshall, Miss McGeorge, Miss Beaver, and Mr. Doren. Axe, Barbara Arvola, Waino Anderson, Ed. Albert, Richard Albee, Elsie Abbot, Dsfrothy Burg, Orville Brown, Reynold Brown, Beverly Brarbani, Lena Bowman, Robert Boggess, Helene Berndt, Margaret Benaski, Leonard Barry, Alice Christiansen, Andy Christiansen, Carl Chambers, Frieda Chamberlain, Jane Caviness, Edlean Carlsen, Edwin Cahill, Cecil Clark, Joe Clark, Virginia Cole, Milton Colwell, Homer Coon, Ernest Cornforth, Hliton Crichton, Ben Crowley, Cecilia Dillon, Errol Davis, Jean Dahle, Maxine Donovan, Reba. Edmunds, Cecily Early, Barbara Frey, Louise Freson, Atillio Franzoni, Ed. Fleming, Paul Filgas, Helen Feekes, John Fryers, Stedman Gallon, Nora Gallop, John Garcelon, Garcelan, Winston Gastman, Burnell Giacolini, Earl Giuntoli, Livia Gould, Margaret Greenlaw, Thomas Gruhn, Albin Hale, Kathryn Hansen, Ione Harris, Thonmas Haugan, Laura Helminin, Ralph Hemphill, Robert Henders, William Heney, Margaret Hinch, Joe Hinton, Grant Hinton, Yvonne Hochstrasser, Aug. Holm, Hdward Howatt, Pauline Hubbard, Doris Hunt, James Hurlbutt, Helen Ivancich, Alex. Ivancich, Roy Jacobsen, Hazel Johansen, Harry Johnson, Agnes Johnson, Gerald Jones, Dorothy Jones, Jessie Jylkka, Jacob Kelly, Leslie Kerr, Marjorie Kincaid, Don Kness, Curtis Kohnenberber, A. Kovacovich, George Krei, Marvin' Lee, Ethel Geraldine Look, Uirdine Lorensen, Cora Lorensen, Ernest McCabe, Ruth McClellan, Ed. McDonald, Jean McElroy, Harveen McGowan, Howard Mclntire, George McLaughlin, Amelia Mackey, Jack Manson, Irving Martin, Virgil Miller, Sherma Nieri, Mario Mitchell, Helen Montgomery, Anne Mullen, Lorna Musser, Hilda Neff, Olivia Nelson, Dorothy Nelson, Eva Nix, Thomas Null, Edmund Nygard, Selvin O'Brien, Lee Ochsankehl, June Orre, Elna Palmgren, Kathleen Pawlus, Julian Pedersen, Mertise Pellas, Hjordis Peugh, Glenn Peugh, Marjorie Pine, Ellsworth Pinkerton, John Pola, Ezio Quarenheim, Evelyn Quinn, Veronica Reynolds, Jean Roche, Paul Rogers, Lawrence Russell, Barbara J. Ruzic, Curtis Santche, Herman Sarlund, Doris Sarlund, Dorothy Sarvis, Elmo Schell, Grace Schemoon, Edward Selvage, Jean Senini, Louis Shanahan, Francis Simela, Nelma Simmons, Alex Slade, Billy Smeds, Clarence Spencer, La Veren Stirm, Hazel Storm, Helen Talmadge, Robert Tamburovitch, G. Taylor, Doris Thomas, Betty Lou Thorn, Rebella Toroni, Alma Urban, Herbert Wagle, Audrey Wagner, Betty Walch, Rodney VVatkins, Everett Wick, Audrey Wells, Grace Wirtanen, Mabel VVolf, Dorothy Wooden, Winifred Wrigley, Delmar Ziegler, William 1 11-15 I WVR Cglve 256 Glass The "green little Scrubs" seem to be growing up although they have been with us only one semester. They seem to be getting fami- liar with the customs of the school with the aid of the upper class- men. The Student Body particularly appreciates the "Scrubs" work on the tennis courts. They thoroughly cleaned them under the super- vision of Arthur Burman. For the past semester the officers were Jack Wallace, presidentg Evelyn Bagley, vice-presidentg Clarice Moseley, secretary, and Ag- nes Horntvedt, treasurer. The class advisers are Mr. Sanders, Miss Smith, and Miss Calvert. Allen, Jack Adler, Elsie Allen, Gladys Anderson, Helen Anderson, Sherman Anderson, Walter Angst, Helen Antich, Frances Bagley, Evelyn Barber, Frances Bauer, Eldred Beck, Ed. Beck, Oscar Bell, Leslie Berry, Frances Blachley, Camille Brown, Marie Brown, Maxine Barbara Daisy Bryan, Carter, Casagrande, Dora Clarke, Charles Clarke, Doris Clay, Blythe Connick, Darrel Conry, Ramona Coon, Dorothy Corsetti, Melba Crinich,"Frank . Crisp, Donald Crivelli, Lawrence Crossley, Florence Crothers, Olive Cushnahan, Robert Davenport, Kate Davis, Netta Devlin, Leslie Dellanina, Algia Devore, Bryan Dokweiler, Dorothy Dillon, John Engler, Paul Everts, Audrey Finley, Jack Fleckenstein, E. Flosi, Rano Friedman, Sylvia George, Esme Glenn, Barbara Glunt, Helen Grude, Louise Gunderson, Roy Haight, Harry Haley, Carolyn Hansen, Oden Hatheway, Jean Hinds, Francis Holm, Mae Hixon, Dorothy Holm, Elfreda Horntvedt, Agnes Howatt, Lois Hvall, Earl Jackson, Glenn Jacobsen, Florence Johnson, Curtis Jones, Marjorie Konu, John Laurila, Toivo Leal, Elisa Leith, Edna Lendahl, Francis McCoy, Verna McDonald, Lowell McLaren, Robert McLaughlin, John McReynolds, Floyd Maffia, Charlie Maki, Leo Marvel, Marian Mathisen, Eva Matthias, Lois Matteucci, Arkisi Mattson, Walter Mitts, John Moseley, Clarice Mulvaney, David Murphy, Bill Lloyd Nelson, Nelson, Margaret Nelson, Virginia Nevills, Ralph Niles, Robert Ochsankehl, Ruth Olsen, Grant Paulsen, Signe Pedrazzini, Harold Pena, Nick Perrone, Chas. Petersen, John Pidgeon, Frances Rann, Goldie Rasmussen, Edith Rasmussen, Louis Renfer, Marie Rivett, Lloyd Rew, Wer Robinson, Elaine Rolandell, Louis Runner, Betty Ryan, Albert Scurlock, Edward Scurlock, Kenneth Sears, Malcolm Sellers, Clark Shepard, Irene Shipley, Dean Sievert, Fred Smith, Mildred Starkovich, Frank Zelma Carmita Stover, Strong, Stuart, Virginia Sudori, Taylor, Stella Dorothy Thompson, Verla Tierney, Ernest Tomich, Joe Turk, William Turner, Milton Vail, Zilla Vannoy, Vernon Van Pelt, Phyllis Vidas, Annie Vincent, Edna Wahland, Helen Wallace, Jack Watkins, Rosebud Weaver, Eleanor Weaver, Zelma Wheeler, Fred Wilson, Lloyd Winzler, Lovina Wrigley, Elizabeth Zerlang, Ivan The first high school in Humboldt was organized on the top floor of the Winship building in Eureka in 1895. Here Mr. Albee, fresh from the new university at Stanford, came as a teacher and later was made prin- cipal. 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' '1' 'F' " Z- "f-"' 'ff -' . 1'5" 53 ",-17 1' V' "1-, Hn ' 5. 1 ' ' F' Q - ,Q"f?1': r "f1xVIR"fFm 'Q ,- 'X 5' .1 Qflfrff wig 1 "x1P'5:.,,u Vr!V2 V "f . if ' 'f' is 1' ,,g4.,,k,i 'E' X V '- +V-1: iff. Jeff? l'i'f?G-1 ,'Ji4- i'14v.,IQ, ' 12 mm-af:-' .mm. mn um. fff rew V-KJV-:V-.elf .Q f fr,.4f4?zM-wfff, :V1s,er?f,ff.E Student Body Officers Virginia L. Dickson Milton Huber Harold Hale George Tooby STUDENT BODY The Student Body is the most active organization of the school. Every student of the school participates in its activities. The meet- ings are held on the first school Wednesday of every month and in the auditorium. The meetings are always of interest to everyone be- cause the important affairs and problems of the school are dis- cussed. After the business has been discussed a program of music, lectures, and reading follows. Athletic and music awards are presented at these meetings and the honors given to the Winner of the Speech Art contest. This contest is sponsored annually by the Student Body and receives the support of the entire school. All athletic sports hold a prominent part in the discussions. From them the Student Body makes much of its funds as well as the pride and enthusiasm that they give to the school. The Redwood Bark and Sequoia also bring in large proceeds. The purchase of the new linotype machine for the production of the Bark and Sequoia is being paid for by those methods. One of the most interesting problems that was brought up this year was the Honor System. Many speeches were given to both sides of the question. After several meetings of debates and discus- sion the system was voted down. -., Mr. N. Sanders Szelw Q 4Sidney Mackins Catherine Englehart " arolyn Frey Arthur Burman .. YELL LEADERS Our three yell leaders, Wilson Carter, Birdie Boots, and Murdock Aune, have contributed much to the success of our games this year. Had it not been for their willingness to serve, our games would have lacked mulch of the enthusiasm and pep Which attracted the crowds and spurred our teams on to victory. The students have had many new yells this term, which were taken up rapidly because of the snappy manner in which they were practiced and led by the leaders. We may readily see how much better a game goes if the yell leaders have the cooperation of the students, as they have had this year. STUDENT COUNCIL A great deal of the work of the Student Body is transacted through the Student Council which meets every Monday noon. Its membership is made up of a representative from each class, the Stu- dent Body president, and the Student Body secretary. The following list contain the various officers and council mem- bers: Milton Huber, president, George Tooby, vice-president, Vir- ginia Lee Dickson, secretaryg Harold Hale, treasurer, Sidney Mac- kins, sergeant-at-arms, Wilson Carter, Birdie Boots, and Murdock Aune, yell leaders, Carol Lee Clay served a short time as Sequoia editor, but left school and was replaced by Vivian Vinyardg Her- bert Stuart, business manager of the Sequoia, Terry Atkinson, assis- tant business managerg Clarence Nelson, editor of the Bark, Eldon Cochrane, business manager of the Bark, Carolyn Frey, song leaderg Arthur Burman, boys athletic manager, Catherine Englehart, girls athletic manager. Student Council: 4H CJanuaryJ Francis Moore, 4H fJuneJ Katherine Cloneyg 4L, Jack Daly, 3 H, Wayne Coch- rane, 3 L, Randolf Lowell, 2 H, Urdine Lookg and 2 L, Edna Vincent. The advfscrs of this body are Miss Fitzell and Miss Smith. ." Girls League Officers Lois Canepa Kathryn Cloney Janet Woodcock Dorothy Williams ' Peggy Robinson GIRLS' LEAGUE This year has been a very active one in the Girls' Leagueg so active, that it was necessary to form three more committees: namely the Pep Committee, Outdoor Improvement Committee, and the Base- ment Committee. The Pep Committee is comnosed of a six piece orchestra called "Betty's Yellow Jackets", and an extremely harmonious sextette. These two musical groups have given many enjoyable selections at Girls' League meetings, rallies, and special events, Betty Wagner is the chairman, and Miss Jacobsen is the adviser. The Outdoor Improvement Committee, headed by Carolyn Frey and Pauline Newman and advised by Miss Griffin, has handled per- haps the largest project of the year, which was the beautifying of a spot on the northwest section of the campus. The Basement Committee has improved the appearance of the girls' basement by putting up cretonne curtains, and placing attrac- tive pictures and potted plants about. The committee is headed by Dorothy Goodwin Cfall terml, Margaret Rogers Cspring termj, and adviser, Miss Clarke. "Spreading Sunshine on Rainy Days" has been accomplished by the Sunshine Committe, headed by Ardyth Larison Cfall terml, Helene Boggess, fspring termb, and adviser, Miss Meredith. Several drives have been put on by this committee, the most successful one having been the Christmas Drive, to which more than 500 donations were given. "Duds Days" in March, brought forth a generous supply of clothes for the needy. All social functions are put on by the Social Committee headed by Drucilla Runner, Cfall termj, Maxine Moore fspring termb, and advised by Miss Sutton, It has put on a Hi-Jinx, a Fathers' Coffee, and a Mothers' Tea. "Let's make 'em happy" is the motto of the Shut-In Committee which is headed by Lorene Nelson and advised by Miss Calvert. Any girl who is absent for three days or more is either visited by a mem- ber of the committee, or sent a box of candy, a book or flowers. Entertainment for the ill has been sponsored by the Hospital Committee. Once a month, a program is put on at the School for the Tuberculosus, and every year magazines are subscribed for. Valentines, Easter baskets, toys, and story books have been to the kiddies. The chairman of this committee is Ino Konu, and it is advised by Miss Marshall. The Publicity Committee puts the league before the "public eye", by putting its doings in the two daily papers and the Redwood Bark. A scrap book is also kept by this committee, whose chair- man is Mary Jean Russell, and adviser, Miss McGeorge. Programs for all Girls' League meetings are put on by the Program Committee headed by Helen Marks, and advised by Miss Powell. Among the numbers on the programs was a talk by Dr. Aurelia Reinhart, and a talk and fashion show on "The Proper Dress for a High School Girl," by Miss Randleman. The Decoration Committee, under the direction of Freyja Chris- tiansen ffall termb, Mary Taylor, fspring terml and Miss Sutton, decorate for all Girls' League and Student Body meetings, special assemblies, and any social event put on by the league. The Hospitality Committee puts on all feeds for the athletic teams, and serve at any banquet put on by the league. The chairman of the committee is Elva Baumgartner Qfall term! and Charlotte Fraser Cspring terml, while the adviser is Miss Mathews. The Big and Little Sister Committee entertained all scrub girls at the first of the term, by giving them a party. Whenever a new girl girl enters this school, she is given a big sister who sees that she is properly taken care of. The first week of school, an information bureau was also maintained. This committee has charge of "Friend- ship Day", when many new friends are made. The P. T. A. Committee assists with the programs for the Parent Teachers Association at their regular meeting. Eloise Aune is the chairman of this committee. The annual Convention of the Girls' League Federation of Northwest California was held in Ukiah., March 21. Those who attended the Convention were Miss McGeorge, adviser, Dorothy Williams, president, Virginia Lee Dickson, delegate, and Janet Woodcock, representative. ' The officers for the past year have been Dorothy Williams, president, Lois Canepa Cfall termb, Katherine Cloney fspring terml, vice - president, Peggy Robinson, recording secretary, Janet Wood- cock, corresponding secretary, Marjorie Jack, treasurer, Ivy San- derson, song leader, Rosalena Ragon, yell leader, and Barbara Stewart, sergeant-at-arms. EXCALIBUR CLUB The Excalibur Club is a service club of the school. The member- ship includes junior and senior boys. It was established in 1925 by the Eureka High School and is sponsored by the Knights of the Knights of the Round Table. The club meets every Wednesday in the club dining room. Be- sides the business that is discussed at the meetings, programs are presented to the club. Business men of the town usually attend these meetings and in this manner aid in projects and keep in touch with the activities of the boys and of the school. The members policed the stadium during the games. They are also called upon to aid in the leadership of the Student Body and in the supervision of several of the school activities. One of the most outstanding entertainments of the club was a banquet given for the Excalibur Clubs of Ferndale, Arcata, and Fortuna. This banquet Was under the supervision of Eldon Cochran. By these duties and activities We can see that the club has lived up to its motto of "He Who seeks to serve others best serves himself." The emblem of the club is the sword. The officers for the last semester were Alfred Abrahamsen, presidentg Elden Cochran, vice-presidentg George Tooby, secretary: Wayne Cochran, corresponding secretaryg and Jack McClure, treasurer. ' .4- Sequoia Staff 3 Barbara Jones Herbert Stuart Vivian Vinyard Mary Taylor Ino Konu Rose Boydston Inez Leighton Margaret Lennox Lorene Nelson Terry Atkinson Charles Schmeder George Tooby Betty Wagner Eddie Koskela Lylian Hart it L ul53h!lHUHf212' ' 'V .. - 14:-- - Q., cf- --,4 - li , - I l l ' "P- ' 'H-mfr..-las., , L V SEQUOIA PRODUCTION STAFF This year the elected editor, Carol Lee Clay, was married dur- ing the holidays and left school. Then the editorship was taken over by Vivian Vinyard, appointed by the president of the Student Body. Every Thursday noon the Staff has met in Room 17 and discussed the various problems of the annual. The Art and English departments aided a great deal in the Work that was done. The generous gift of the 1930 Seniors was sincerely appreciated by the Staff and school because it helped to make the annual "bigger and better." Much credit goes to the Production Staff who have Worked hard and well to produce this book. Lily Wilson Worked faithfully and efflciently typing every article before it was sent over to the shop. The linotype operators were Albert Baronti and Curtis Berndt. Those who did the press Work were Joe Malloy and Larry Dwight. The make-up was done by Albert Baronti and Clyde Lawson. Barbara Cushnahan and Helen Bragdon assembled and folded the papers While Frank Swaim was in charge of advertising and composition with several assistants. ,f REDWOOD BARK Because it is entirely written by the members of our English N class, and because it is completely printed by the students in our own print shop, the "Redwood Bark" is looked forward to eagerly and proudly by the students of this school each Friday afternoon when it is delivered to the eighth period classes. Seven hundred twenty-five copies of this paper are run off each Friday, 88 of which are sent to exchanges, 25 of which go to the Junior High School, and the balance of which are distributed among the high school students, post-graduates, and alumni. The past semester has seen radical changes in the famous room 17, better known as the News Hounds Kennel. The previous con- ventional attitude has been changed to a more informal one, tables and typewriters giving the "N" room a decidedly business-like and newspaper office look. If a person is to be seen running excitedly about during the first period or at other times during the day, one may rest assured that he for she! is one of the many industrious "News Hounds." Throughout this last year the "Bark" has been under the following management: Editor, Clarence Nelson, Busi- ness manager, Eldon Cochrane, Joke Editors, Eddie Koskela and Wallace Lee, Exchanges Editors, Marian Logan and Terry Atkin- song Faculty Adviser, Miss McGeorgeg Printing Instructor, Mr. Bolenbach. INTERNATIONAL CLUB This club was inaugurated on October 23, 1928, with Miss Poindexter as adviser. George Crichton was the first president, while Barbara Stewart holds that chair at the present time. The purpose of this club is to promote friendship and a better understanding between nations. Meetings are held every two weeks. On the first Monday of the month the meeting is held in the -clubroom from twelve uutil one 0' clock. On the third Monday the meeting is held at twelve thirty in Room 2. Foreign letters are read, and curios from other nations are exhibited. The emblem for the club is a shield bearing the two hemis- pheres surrounded by a laurel wreath, and separated by a bar bear- ing the words "Inter Concordia Nations' The World League of International Education Association is entirely non-political and non-sectarian, its sole aim being to try for a better understanding of peoples of other countries and to develop toward them a spirit of tolerance and good will. This organization is entirely directed and controlled by the school and is exclusively for studennts. - Every month a bulletin is sent out to the various branches, con- taining the activities and projects of the many International Clubs of the World. The officers for the past year have been Barbara Stewart, presi- dentg Pauline Newman, vice-presidentg Carolyn Frey, secretaryg Richard Nelson, treasurer, Fred Jackson, and Wallace Lee, repor- ters g Miss Poindexter, adviser. E - . THE GLEE CLUBS When the Glee Clubs started in August, there were about fifty girls and fifty boys under the leadership of Miss Jacobson, The clubs immediately became known and they soon appeared before the student body to sing. On November 14, 1930 the clubs presented the operetta, "Jerry of Jericho Road" under the direction of Miss Jacob- son and Miss Powell. The operetta Was well attended and everyone was very pleased with it. The clubs sang at the County Tuberculosis Ward during the Christmas season and on December 18 they sang carols in front of the high school. When the new semester began in January, the boys club remained the same in number, but the girls doubled their number making it a club of about one hundred and ten members. The clubs did not present an operetta this past semes- ter, but they have been rehearsing songs which they will sing at Com- mencement for the June graduates. There has been a new interest in the Glee Clugs during the past year and We hope that it will re- II1a1I1. Officers Gir1's Glee: President ........... .............. R ena Bonini Vice-President ,,.,.. .................. I vy Sanderson Secretary .,,,.....,. ....,.... C atherine Englehart Sgt,-at-arms ,,,.., .,,.. J ean Davis, Birdie Boots Boy's Glee: President ,,,,,,,,,,, ....... B ill Blaikie Vice-President ...... ...... ............. V i nce Massei Secretary ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,..,,,,.,, B ob CaViI1eSS Sgt.-at-arms .,,,.., ...... F rancis Miller, Larry Dwight 1 IE, , - ,TE Y :hz- E 2 'LLL QiQlAl"" V V ' ORCHESTRA Our High School Orchestra of forty members practice the eighth period every day. They are called upon for music for all functions held in the auditorium, and it gives the musicians a good chance to show progress they are making. Since they are working for an "E" there is a greater interest taken in their work. "Pop" Flowers is still on the job, this year making his fifteenth year in Eureka school as director of orchestra and band. Margaret Hutchinson Mary Sears Helen Hill Helen Angst Winifred Wooden Ino Konu Ruth Andrews Dorothy Williams Irving Munsen Bill Barber Betty Wagner Virginia Nelson Marie Cevich Audrey 'Wagle Dorothy Nelson Harry Duffy Francis Wilkins Thelrma Pesola Lois Duffy Ensi Wirta Martin Pasovich Virginia Lee Dickson Ora Wilson Evelyn Quarnheim Barbara Early Jack Wallace Veronica Quinn Jim Fasullo Vienna Taskinen Jean Reynolds Elsie Gunderson Bill Slade Herbert Stewart Lois Howatt Barbara Jones Martha Sunnari Lois Hodges Augustine Hochstrasser Malcolm Sears THE VARSITY "E" CLUB The Varsity "E" Club is composed of those boys who have won big "E's" for athletic awardsg for example, for playing on the foot- ball team. Those Who have won small '4E's" are honorary members of the club. Mr. Willard and Mr, Glenn are the two advisers of tht society, which meets the same time that the Girls',League meets, in Mr. Billman's room. During the meetings routine business is tran- sacted and service projects are planned. One of the duties which the club performed was the policing of the stadium during base- ball, football, and track. They also assisted in collecting tickets and maintaining order at basketball games. The semi-annual Varsity "E" dances are always looked for- ward to and much enjoyed by the entire Student Body, as well as by the alumni and townspeople. In the fall term, on November 1, a dance was given at the Masonic Hall, with the assistance of the Girls Big "E" Society. Throughout the history of the Big "E" we find useful pro- jects the club has done. Its members are always willing to take an active part in anything the school attempts to do. The member- ship, which includes only athletes, is made up of students who are able to keep up their school work so that they can go out for teams. Under the capable leadership of the following officers, the club has enjoyed a very successful year: president, Francis Moore, secretary-treasurer, Bill Blaikie. ZOO GUARDS The Zoo Guards includes all the members of the Zoology Class. The members meet every Friday in Miss Griffin's room. Pro- grams of speeches on scientific topics are given by the members. The club goes on field trips to study birds, trees, and insects. They Went to Samoa to study star fish and sea-life. They also went to Carlotta to study the Wonderful collection of birds owned by Mrs. Wilder. One of the most enjoyable eventc of the club was the delight- ful dinner party held at the home of Paul Roberts. Impromptu speeches were given at the table. Paul Roberts sang several songs, and was accompanied on the piano by Barbara Jones. Mr. McGinnity of H. S. T. C, was the honored guest. He had spoken once to the club on "Fossils" The organization has a flower committee Whose duty is to send flowers to any member of the club that has been absent for three days or more. 'Ino Konu is the chairman of this committee. Another committee is the Finance Committee headed by Gunnar Johnson. The duty of this committee is to collect the dues and raise the funds necessary for the affairs of the club. The officers for the spring term were: president, Sidney Mac- kinsg vice-president, Louis Canepag secretary, Ino Konug and re- porter, Robert Caviness. The members of the club are: Dorothy Anderson, Louis Canepa, Eileen Chritopher, Maxine Dahle, Jim Dunn, Irva Finley, Hum- boldt Gates, Louise Grude, Elsie Gunderson, Philip Hess, Lola Hodges, Gunnar Johnson, Ino Konu, Louis Nieri, and Paul Roberts. Miss Griffin is the faculty adviser. HIGH-Y The Hi-Y is a branch of the National Y. M. C. A. and co- operates with the local Y. M. C. A. in its many activities. The aim of the organization is to create, maintain, and extend through- out the school and COl!'ll'lll1llllZy high standards of Christian character. The club meets each Thursday noon at the Woodwork shop. Tl1e first part of the meeting is occupied with business, after which the members holds discussions on various problems, such as social adjustments, and personal responsiblity viewed from the standpoint of Bible teachings. The problems deal with personal responsibility Within the school and community. Several speakers have talked to the club at various times throughout the year. A number of the members of the Hi-Y club went to Ashland. Oregon, to an Older Boys Conference held December 5-7. The speaker, Dr. V. G. Dubach, Dean of men at the Oregon State College, spoke on Life Problems of the boys. The o1'ganization helped sponsor an Older Boys Conference which was held at the Humboldt State Teachers College March 13-15. The principal speaker of the conference Was C. G. Wrenn, Executive Secretary of the Vocational Guidance Committee at Stan- ford University. Mr. Wrenn spoke on the topic of Planning My Life. The local "Y" sponsored a church "Y" basketball league and also an indoor tournament of games such as chess and ping-pong in which the Hi-Y boys participated. The officers for the fall term were: president, Jack McClure, vice-president, Bill Longg secretary, Francis Conner. The officers for the spring term were: president, Clarence Brai- nerdg vice-president, Bertram Pascog secretary, Lloyd Gragg BETTY'S YELLOW JACKETS At the beginning of the August term a new orchestra was or- ganized from a few of the members of the Girl's League. Betty Wag- is the director of the orchestra and she deserves much credit for the way it advanced. The orchestra made its first appearance at a meet- ing of the Girls' League in September. Since then it has played at football rallies and after-school-dances, The girls originated some snappy looking costumes which consist of yellow jackets, black ties, and white trousers. The students of this school are indeed fortunate to have an orchestra of this type as it is a novel idea which has previously proven a great success in the larger cities. The personnel of the orchestra includes Betty Wagner, saxa- phoneg Margaret Hutchinson, saxaphoneg Barbara Stewart, pianog Elva Baumgartner, trumpetg Dorothy Newton, tromboneg Dolores Henders, drums. ',, l 0 1 a'+' ?ifeq-N N lx O v i:......-1 i FISH AND GAME CLUB The Fish and Game Club was organized in December, 1930, and is one of the newest clubs in the school. Judging by the interest shown by the members and students throughout the school, it is a cfub that is gofng to stick. The purpose of the club is two-fold. It offers an organization to the high school boys who are interested in hunting and fishing and all outdcor lie, It also stresses the idea of good sportsmanship among the members and the public at large, and thus in turn wil afd in the conservatcn and protectlon of our natural resources and wild birds and animals. The members of the club have enjoyed several excursion trips to the South Jetly and other outing trips in the country. One of the outstanding was a trip to the lagoon. Every Monday the members meet in the club dining room. Talks at the meetings given by some of Humboldt's leading outdoor sports- men have been enjoyed at these meetings. One of the outstanding speakers was Dr. Lane Falk. One of the activities of the club around the school was the assistance in the Red Cross Drive. A basketball team was organized with George Petterson as captain and a very interesting game was played against the "Peanut Pushersf' The officers who successfully organized and carried the club through a term of activities are as follows: Milton Pellegrini ........................................ President Jack Daly ................. ......... V ice-President Edward Mahan ......... .......................... S ecretary Christie Englehart ...... ............................. T reasurer George Petterson ...... ....... C orresponding secretary ,a , I PRESS CLUB Tl1e Press Club is a newly organized club. Its membership in- cludes members of the English N class, print shop classes, Redwood Bark and Sequoia staffs. The purpose of the club is to improve the "Redwood Bark" and "Sequoia" By the cooperation of each of the above named groups much can be done to make a better "Red- wood Bark" and "Sequoia" Every Friday during the lunch hour the club meets ill Mrs. Klepper's room. Programs are provided for almost every meeting by the program chairman, Milton Hill. Some of the business men have spoken to the club. Ken Wade gave a very interesting talk on sports Writing which was of great value to the members. In April the club gave a very successful dance, which was called the "Jour- nalistic Jamboree." The purpose of this dance was to raise enough funds to purchase a casting machine for the school. The members have drawn up a code of ethics which expresses the purpose of the club. The first year has been a very great suc.. cess. In the future the club will probably be continued, as already its service to the school has been recognized by the Student Body. The officers of the club are Eldon Cochran, presidentg Vir- ginia Lee Dickson, secretaryg Milton Pellegrini, vice-presidentg Fred Jackson, treasure1'. Wallace Lee as the membership committee has succeeded in getting a large membership for the club. The adviser of the club is Miss McGeorg'e, who has helped the club in all of its projects. CLASS CLUBS Besides the many clubs which are school wide, there are many clubs within the various classes, The members of a class organize these clubs to widen their knowledge on a subject or to improve their public speaking. The most important functions of the clubs are to practice par- liamentary law and give educational programs. Some clubs enjoy picnics, parties, and outings. Occasionally a business man or some outside speaker gives a talk to the clubs on a subject in which they are interested. Others hold exhibitions of interest to the club. The Commercial Law class is organized as The Legalites. They have permanent officers as follows: President, Blaine Boice, Secre- tary-treasurer, Marguerite Hash. They give few programs them- selves, but enjoy talks by outside speakers. The various English clubs of the school are organized to make the members familiar with the good usage of the English language, and to give them an opportunity to practice it. They also learn the correct forms of parliamentary law. The names of the English clubs are: The Speak Easy - Mr. Sanders The 2L English - Miss Meredith The 2H English - Miss Meredith The 2H Parliamentary Law Club - Miss McGeorge The 2L English Snaps - Miss Bedell The 2H Ussus Loquendi Cwhich means "speech is the picture of the mindnl - Miss Bedell 'The 3H Pierians -- Miss Bedell The 3H Wizards of English - Miss Bedell The 3L Pro To + Miss McGeorge The ZH Busy Bees - Mr. Guthrie The 3H English Wizards - Mrs. Knighton The biology class is also organized under the name ofBio- Guards. Their purpose is to broaden the knowledge of its members on subjects of biology. The zoology class is also organized. Its club is called the Zoo- Guards and was organized to teach the members more about zoology. The civics classes are organized under the names of Civic Sen- ators and the Three W's. Their purpose is to discuss the current topics and to keep in touch with world Wide activities. Most of the clubs hold Weekly meetings and have new officers for each meeting. Others meet but once a month and have perman- ent officers. In the year 1914 the Winship school was found to be inadequate to accomodate the steadily increasing number of pupils, and the present High School was con- structed, The buifding had facilities for five hundred studentsg only a few short years passed, however, until it was filled to overflowing. Those students who are constantly passing into the outer world from our High School carry with them the memories of a busy llife made happy because of the con- genial surroundings. This educational plant is adequate to equip its graduates for active compe- tition with the alumni of any other secon- dary school. 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Don't you remember what a splendid hero Harlow Burgess made? And Nattie Ryan as Jerry was so vivacious and charming. Did'nt you laugh at the quarrelsome Mr. and Mrs. Bank? And poor little Sandy. What a time she had! W'e must'nt forget the funny Eng- lishman, Mr, Bean, with his ever faithful hot Water bottle. A particu- lar surprise was the boys' dancing chorus composed of some of our football stars. And now that I have given you a glance of the plot, I hope that you won't forget the delightful performance. The cast was composed of the following: Geraldine lJerryD Bank, Nattie Ryan, John Drayton QAlan's cousinb, Harlow Burgessg Sandy Bank, Juanita Brown: Alan O'Day, George Toobyg Uncle Pete, Wilson Carter, Cornelius Bean, Harold Charters, Amos Bank, Lloyd Wasmouthg Lettice Bank, Janet Woodcockg Hunter, John Gal- lop, Mimi, Helen Cannamg Dora, Freda Bennion. ' .-g... v ,-?f-- .1 5 TT 'N 5, .- -1. ... .1 , f ' l f -1 1 - ' "ICEBOUND" The next picture that attracts me is a direct contrast to the one preceding. Here Ivsee a cold, stiff, old-fashioned room, lighted by a single narrow window looking out upon a frozen World. In the room, in various attitudes of expectation are assembled the Jordan family, as stiff and old fashioned as the room. You remember now, don't you, that it is the opening act of Hlceboundn, presented by Miss Ruby Powell, dramatics teacher, at the High School Auditorium on the evening of February 6 and 7? You remember also, don't you, that the Jordans are waiting and watching like vultures for their mother to die? I couldn't help laughing at their expressions when they heard that Mrs. Jordan had left all her money to Jane. Poor Jane certainly had a hard time of it with the Worry of Ben and the farm, and the preying Jordans. We1'en't you disgusted with Ben's ungratefulness and blindness? Didn't you laugh at the inoppor- tune remarks of little Orin? And the faithful Hannah was so funny with her very obvious insinuations about the Jordans. I thought that the idea of using a different cast for each night was a great success. I believe that "Icebound" was a play that you won't forget for a long time, The cast was as follows: Jane Crosby, Maxine Dahle and Jessie Hinchg Ben Jordan, Harlan Stillg Judge Bradford, Harold Charters and Leslie Kelly, Henry Jordan, George Tooby and Lloyd Wasmuthg Emma, his wife, Janet Woodcock and Emma Coxg Nettie, her daugh- ter, Birdie Boots and Madeline Kammerzellg Sadie, a widow, Freda Bennion and Mary Taylorg Orin, her son, Betty Lou Thomas and Louise Freyg Ella Jordan, the unmarried sister, Jean Leighton and Barbara Stewart, Hannah, a servant, Donna Jean Reynolds and Jane Nellisg Doctor Curtis, Edward Mahan and Alfred Abrahamseng Jim Jay, the sheriff, Gene Lytle and Blaine Boice. I' "'-- '?7':':. -J 'i lflillaijg 1 li THE BRAT "The Brat", an amusing three act comedy, was presented by the high school students on the evening of May 15 and 16 at the High School auditorium. The Brat, a child of the slums, is taken into the wealthy Forrester's home to furnish material and atmosphere for Mac Millan Forrester's latest book. Mac Mi.lan, an attractive young bachelor, is being pursued by Jane Depew and Angela Smythe, who are openly antagonistic. Things are further mixed when the Brat announces that she, too, intends to marry Mac Millan. Angela, how- ever, uses a bit of strategy and succeedsin winning Mac Millan. Per- haps the means were not quite fair, but then, "all is fair in love and war." The Brat, meanwhile has discovered the person she really loves is Steve, Mrs. Forrester's wild son, He was wild in Mrs. Forrest- er's opinion because he wanted to become an engineer and refused to go to art school. But the Brat discovers her true love only after Steve leaves for his ranch in the west. And more trouble for the Brat. She is to be asked to leave the Forrester home as she is of no further use to Mac Millan, who meanwhile, has discovered Angela's little piece of strategy, and, although he agrees to go on with the cere- mony, he believes that Angela cares nothing for him. The Brat to the rescue: She tells Mac Millan that Angela really loves him. Her own happiness is assured when she finds that Steve, instead of going to the ranch that night, has put it off until the fol- lowing day, and she is going with him! The double cast was composed of the following: Mrs. Forrester, Charlotte Fraser, Mac Millan, Blaine Boice and Frank Gallong Stephen, Cecil Cahill and Leland Cloneyg Bishop Ware, Alfred Abrahamsong Mrs. Ware, Dorothy Culley and Max- ine Mortensen, Dorothy, Dorothy Andersong Jane, Ruth Goodwin Angela, Eileen McNally and Virginia Lee Dickson, Timsong John Gallop, Margot, Kathryn Cloneyg The Brat, Madeline Kammer- ze-l and Margaret Rogers. Miss Ruby Powell coached the play. up '1-- 'ff?':. i Etabufiliw SPEECH ARTS The annual speech arts contest was held at the High School Auditorium on the morning of March 26. These speech contests be- gan in the year 1923, but at that time they were held semi- annually. The speakers talk on some world problem or topic of gen- eral interest and the names of the winners are engraved on the li- brary cup. The speakers were introduced by the student body president, Milton Huber. Emma Cox spoke for the 3L's on the French War debt. She was followed by Louise Grude, who spoke for the 2L's on World Peace. She spoke in place of Olive Crothers who was ill, and al- though she was notified only on the morning of the event, she took her place very well. Rodney Walch from the 2H's spoke next on the actual condition of England today. Next, Harold Charters talked on German unrest. He represented the 4L class. Peggy Rob- inson spoke last on "Is the Average Italian Still Himself?" She spoke for the 4H class, Rodney Walch and Harold Charters have the honor of having their names engraved on the cup. The judges for the occasion were Mrs. Leo Schussman from Ar- cata, Mrs. Bertha Murray, and Mrs. Howard Dessert. Also, during the past year, the Girls' League has presented several short skits, one of which was later presented before the Par- ent Teachers' Association. During the night session of April 24 an English class pre- sented two skits from "David Copperfield." The two Senior Class Nite entertainments held during the year also gave opportunities for the school's dramatic talent. Story and CUerse THREE POEMS by Virginia Clark 2 H AMBITION May I do something better In this world- Than worthless trifles that Slip like clay. May I do something that will Last like hard tried granite- Something that may be a help To others- Who, when feeling their way Through this dark world of ours May see my light and Take heart again,- Going on to the better things They had dreamed of. ROADS TO ROMANCE 0 Someday- I'm going to travel I'm going to follow unknown roads- Roads where man has never set foot- Roads where Romance is awaiting me- Some day I'm going to travel. MY MOTHER Who helps me in time of sorrow, Who cares what happens to me tomorrow Who'll love me when I'm old and worn, When I am wretched, tattered and torn? My mother! Who leads me back when I go astray, Who helps me in my work and play, Who showed me the way to go, When I was little and awkward and slow? My mother! And so for her I drop a prayer, Knowing that she'11 love and care For me, and when she's gone away, I know she'1l care as much as today. My mother! ! A BILLOWY SKIRT by Helene Boggess January Sale! Clearance! The big red letters of the poster seemed to catch the eye and hold it. Jeanne gazed wistfully at the shimmering "formals." If she had only twenty-nine more dollars to add to the ninety-five cents in her thin little purse she might have one and go home to write a note of acceptance in answer to that blue, edged-with-silver invi- tation, Only twenty-nine dollars! After finishing the supper dishes that night, Jeanne went out on the back flight of steps which led to their second story apartment and sat down. Leaning her forehead against the post, she thought of those dresses. One had been peach and had a billowy skirt of lacy net. " Meow-meow." Jeanne's daik head bobbeb up. She knew there was nobody within two blocks who owned a kitten. Perhaps it was lost. "Meow-meow-meow." Two green little eyes stared unblink- ingly at her out bf the dark. She ran down the stens, picked up the little animal and hurried back, holding the cold little thing close. Two days passed. In the evening of the second day, Lucy came into the hot, airless kitchen with a newspaper. Lucy was her older sister with whom she lived. "Jeanne, read this." Then after a pause, "Doesn't your kitty answer to that description?" "Why, yes. Mmm-Green eyes. Don't all cats have green eyes? Persian. Reward. Guess I'd better return the sweet little thing, but, gee, I hate to." "O, no. I didn't bring kitty back for a reward," protested Jeanne, looking very small and alone when pictured against the heavy ma- jesty of the room. "But, my dear young lady, you must. Do you not realize that Cherie is worth much more than any reward to me?" said Mrs. Barry, holding up her lorgnette stiffly and looking as if she ex- pected to be obeyed. And so it came about that Jeanne carried home the dress with the billowy skirt. But the story doesn't end here, The party was that night. Dr. Lutz met her at the door with a warning finger held to his lips and whispered a confused story of an accident how near Lucy Her fingers fumbled with the string. She lifted out the dress with the billowy skirt-and laughed. was to death. 5 Three days later Jeanne picked up a long box from a table in the hall wondering what it could contain. A DREAM VISIT I had picked out the most comfortable chair in the house and had settled myself in it. It was indeed pleasant to sit in front of the fire with my book after a hard day's work at the office. Be- fore long I became too drowsy to read and sat with my finger be- tween the pages and my eyes half closed, musing upon the characters in my book. Gradually these characters seemed to take form, and others of whom I had read entered upon the scene. Strange how I should know that these people were all assembled in the palace of King Arthur, but indeed theire was no doubt in my mind but that this was the place. Here was the good king himself playing pinochle with Silas Marner. O-d Mathias Bede, Adams's father, was looking on interest- edly, advising first one and then the other of the players. King Arthur, as helpful and hospitable as ever, on seeing me, turned his hand over to the willing Mathias and hurried toward me. "Marry," he cried, "it is in sooth some poor stranger who would ask a boon of me. What wouldst thou, friend?" "No," I replied, "I have nothing to ask of you, I come merely to visit some of my friends of whom I have read so much. When he had heard this, he told me that I had come at just the right time, for he was having a party at which all of the prominent person of books had been invited. He said that he could procure me a guide, and at once rang for his seneschal, Sir Kay. While the latter gentleman was en route I expressed surprise that the palace should be equipped with all sorts of electrical ap- pliances. He informed me that he just didn't know what they would do without the convenience of electrical equipment, they had be- come so used to it, he told me of all the many uses that had been found at his court for electricity, among them was the use and ef- ficiency of the electrical reducing machines in keeping his knights in trim since tourneys had rather gone out of style. Kay had now arrived and began showing me through the palace. Here I saw Tom Sawer and Becky Thatcher dancing spirit- edly to the music coming via the king's new screen-grid radio from 2LO, London. They were not the only dancers, however, for I recognized many more of my old book friends there on the dance floor: I saw Eppie and Aaron,, John Ridd with Lorna Doone, Nancy and Godfrey Cass, Portia and Bassanio, Rowena and Ivanhoe, Quentin Durward and the Countess Isabelle, John Alden and Pri- cilla, and many others whose names I do not recall now. Going into the next room I saw many of the older gentlemen playing billiards. Rip Van Winkle was greatly enjoying the drubbing he was given Isaac of York. Merlin and Shylock were also hard at a game of billiards. -Ernest Mueller Seated about the Round Table in another room we found a group of women, which, Sir Kay said, was the Camelot Sewing Circle. They seemed greatly interested in Madame Defarge, who was show- ing off her latest piece of knitting. As we walked on, I asking questions of Sir Kay. Someone sud- denly exclaimed: "'Great Guns, man! Do you want to catch your death of cold?" I awoke with a start, for I must admit I had been sound asleep. "imagine a man of your age sleeping in the front room until eleven o'clock with the fire out-" By this time I was fully awake. 1Ll0 SONG OF THE OMAHA by Wallace Lee Lone he stands, where the mighty Missouri, wending Ominious, dark, and foreboding, like the serpent that strikes from the bunch-grass, Eddying, swirling, leaps from the covering forest And, less like the mothering puma, losing all semblance of fierceness, Idles away across the fertile Nebraskas. Even might river and man be blooded, one to the other, So like are their lives, the spirit of youth unrestrained Lapses with time to the steadier flow of the river. Deeply he breathes of the fragrance that lies on the breezes Wandering down from the mountains, and, passing among them, Touches the heads of the goldenrod-murmurs "Oyongwa- beloved!" Long set is the sun, and the last long shadows of twilight Play on the shimmering river, like monsters that lurk in the ripples. Brilliant and low is the friendly star of the evening, Distant and cold is the star that is wooed by the northland. The indolent moon plays its beams on the regal-robed heavens, Searching the turquoise and purple, and yearning out to the sable. Such is the setting that bears him-the jewel of his people. Unseen is the symbol he bears to the feet of the Master- Empty of hand, yet the burden he carries is precious. Pride of a nation-the Omaha honor incarnate, Himself is the tribute, unknowing, in final surrender. The gift he bears to his Maker is the fruit of the seed of Creation. Untainted, unsullied, returns at evening The Omaha blood and traditions. Crushed by the host, but unbroken in pride and in spirit, Yields to his Chief in the heavens, and turns toward the clay that is all flesh. So passes the race, the tradition, and blood of the Omaha people So passes the fire-the flame that is gone leaves the embers Ugly and charred in the face of their element mother. Midway they -ie, the red and the white intermingled, Unfortunate breeds of two peoples, yet neither one nor the other. Unclaimed by the race who brought them into creation, Nor might they call themselves the blood of the Indian. Lost to a place in the sunlight, scorned by the beings who sired. them, Silent must be till the Maker Calls, at His hour, the last of His children. Far in the western heavens, slowly receding, The moon gleams a silent farewell from the soul that is passing, Freed at last and forever from the earthlly bondage remaining Silent and still by the bank of the patriarch river. - i. THREE POEMS by Marie Brown NIGHT RAIN Night Rain Softly creeps Softly pattefing Over the universe Down on the roof Like a panther stealing upon Like the sounds of Dig60IlS A deer drinking at the spring Hopping back and forth Unsuspecting the danger On the roof. That lurks near. Su-ch is Softly comes Rain The night. STARS Stars twinkling brightly In evening skies Like the bright city lights Gleaming in the distance. Golden are these Tiny, twinkling Stars. ON STRAY DOGS by Marian Logan .Lii-.i-. "Oh, you poor little doggie! Is you treated mean by the bad boys? My, how thin and raggy you look!" Perhaps you have heard, as I have, some well-meaning-person gush pityingly at an inquisitive stray dog Cusually a little one however? which has chaneed her way in his self-reliant travels. People display, usually, one of two feelings for strays: either they pity them, sometimes making advances, or fear them, giving them fthe larger they arel a wide berth. Roughly speaking, there are two classes of stray dogs, those who have been homeless or afflicted with the wanderlust all their varieed and eventful lives, and those who have been lost from good homes. The latter deserve the pity often lavished upon un- appreciative little Htramps dogs," for when a homeloving dog, ac- customed to care, love, and explicit directions from his master as to his actions, is suddenly thrown on his own resources he finds himself pitifully unprepared, even as a city dweller does when com- pelled to be selfreliant in the forests-Once I saw a magnificent police dog, obviously well-cared for, staring about panic-stricken on a noisy city street corner. Eagerly he would sniff hopefully at passing throngs, blank disappointment always close on the heels of hope. Long he waited there, probably because he had last seen his master on that busy corner. At last, a harrassed, hatless man pfushed through the traffic, scanning the street in all directions. Then there followed such a happy reunion between dog and man as I shall never forget. That is the more serious side of the subject. The little "bum- mer dog" is often humorous in his utter independence. For all the world he is the tramp of dogdom, hooted at or ignored by respectable canines, independent and self reliant, and seemingly possessed by that restless imp "Wanderlust," The "bum" of dog- dom trots unczoncernedly from one place to another, usually dirty and ragged, not knowing where his next meal tif anyl is coming from, sleeping wherever night overtakes'him, and skillfully avoid- ing small boys and dog catchers as human bums evade policemen. Big dogs and little dogs, good and bad, belong to this clan. Care- free and happy, with never a worry except food, they are the non- conformists of the canine world. t PERSONALITY by Mary Campbell Elusive and strange, piquant and beautifulg it is difficult to describe this quality which marks the adored wherever one travels. It is the embodiment of all personal charm and the emblem of ail leadership. Yet few are blessed with, and few strive to cultivate it. Abraham Lincoln was not favored with physical beauty. Indeed, he was by far the homeliest man of his timeg yet a nation adored him. For there was in that rugged countenance a something be- yond all descriptiong a something which made his friend his slave, and himself the idol of a people. More important than education, more important than grit, more important even than wisdom, real personality stands out as a guide-post on the road to success. The individual who possesses it, possesses everyone in the field of his acquaintance. The poet weaves his personality into his lyrics, and the artist strokes his pe1'sonality into his paintings. His-critics scan and pass a decision, either good or bad. And so, we have' all through history the magnetic force which marks the leader. From the first miniature battle back in the dawn of mankind to the fall of Troyg from the battle of Waterloo to the World War, the outstanding leaders have been men of strong personality. For to have pesonality one must have character, and he who has character is well on the road to greatness. ... Ol. 1 THE REDWOODS by Evelyn Quarnheium The redwoods in spring, in autumn, all year round, Are wonderful things, They stand through storm, through fire, in long vigils Over our sunny land. But look! The woodsmen with ax and saw Destroy our faithful monarchs. Can't we save our trees? W ..f..-,L, .X -1:52151-egg.. 171 .2 5 - POOR FISH by Paul Roche The wary angler on all fours, Creeps to a boulder beside a hole, Looks over his spinner with careful And throws it out with all his might. Poor fish The fish, lying in its lair, Sees this strange fish that dares To intrude upon its privacy, So strikes and swallows thhe Vagabond. Poor fish With a mighty surge he starts Back to the quiet resting place, When he feels the cold jab of steel, Through his head and eye. Poor fish With a shout of glee and triumph, The fisherman reels in his line With superhuman swiftness, And proudly shows his prize. Poor fish My ff K K XX, eye Sports FOOTBALL The Eureka High School 1930 football season ended at Albee Stadium, December 6, with the North Section C. I. F. championship going to Santa Rosa. The Eureka team met some hard competition this year, their schedule being pronounced by local sport authori- ties as the toughest ever p'ayed by a Eureka High School team. Guided by Coach J. H. Willard and Captains Don Gould and Vince Massei, the Red and Green squad won five games and lost four, winning the Humboldt-Del Norte County Championship. The past season was Coach Willard's fourth at Eureka High, he having Won the C. I. F. championship the other three years. The two cap- tains, Gould and Massei, have each played four years. They are well known along the coast between San Francisco and Eureka and even farther north for their ability on the grid-iron and will leave a large space to fill in the team next year, this being their last year in school. Others who played their last game of football for Eureka this year are Alfred fAbieJ Abrahamson, Bob CButchJ Caviness, Blaine Clkej Boice, Harmon fHamJ Minor, Corado QBrickJ Pinolchi and Francis CPeepJ Moore. Something new was in store for the football fans this year in the form of night football. Huge towers of lights, surrounding the the stadium made it possible to play "owl" football, thereby enabling many to witness the games who otherwise would have been forced to miss them because of their work. Those 2,000 spectators who braved the elements to come and witness the Eureka-San Mateo contest, the first night football game in Northern California, were not disappointed. Contrary to the general expectations, the stadium was warm and visibility was much better than in the daylight. The huge thousand watt lamps dispelled the fog, making each play clear- ly visible to every spectator. September 19. Eureka 18 San Mateo 0 Playing a hard and fast game of football, featured by long runs by Vince Massei and Jimmy Fasullo, the Eureka team ran up a score of 18 to 0 against San Mateo. It was the first night game in Albee Stadium. September 27. Eureka 19 Ferndale 0 Ferndale, backed by the biggest crowd of Ferndale rooters and the hardest fighting team that they have had in recent years, con- ceded a very costly victory to Eureka. October 3 Eureka 0 St. Mary's 16 Rallying in the third quarter after being outplayed in the first half, the powerful St. Mary's prep team handed Eureka a beating before 2500 fans in the second night football game at Albee Stadium. October 11. Eureka 7 Medford 0 Cheered on by a rooting section of nearly 100 Eureka fans who followed the team north, the red and green squad won a hotly con- tested victory. October 18. Eureka 0 Alameda 30 Unable to fathom the deceptive offense of their opponents, and outfought throughout the game, the Eureka team took a drubbing from the powerful Alameda team under the powerful lights at Albee Stadium. November 1. Eureka 20 Del Norte 7 Eureka avenged their defeat of last year at the hands of Del Norte by defeating the team from the north by a 20 to 7 score. The game was one of the fastest played in the stadium this year. Del Norte scored their touchdown in the first few minutes of play, but Massei's run of 70 yards on a kickoff in the second quarter put Eure- ka ahead. November 11. Eureka 6 Fort Bragg 7 Costly breaks forced the Eureka team to bow to the Fort Bragg squad in one of the fiercest grid-iron battles witnessed here this sea- SOD. November 15. Eureka 14 Ferndale 0 Playing in a continual downpour of rain, which formed pools of water and mud all over the field, Eureka slid to a 14 to 0 victory over the hard-fighting Ferndale team. Straight line-bucking by Gould, Moore, and Blaikie brought about the victory. December 6. Eureka 6 Santa R053 18 Although they lost the north section C. I. F. championship, the Eureka Loggers made the finest stand of the year against Santa Rosa. The invaders scored twice in the first half, but Eureka came back in the second half to score once. In the last few minutes of play Santa Rosa intercepted a pass and scored again. Braves Abrahams v n ' 1 x A I HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL Jan. 9 Eureka 26 Fortuna 22 CAt Eurekab Led by Captain Bill Blaikie, the Red and Green "heavies" scored a victory in the opening encounter of the season, Blaikie was high poilt man, but "Sparky" Robertson drew the spotlight with a beautiful "Roy Riegel" shot early inthe game, giving Fortuna 2 of her 22 points, Jan. 16 Eureka 24 Arcata 10 fAt Eureka! After playing the role of the "underdog" throughout the first half, the Eureka heavyweights rallied in the second half to win by a score of 24 to 10. Blaikie was again highpoint man gathering 8 points. McGowan was close on his heels with 6 markers. Jan. 23 Eureka 22 Ferndale 26 fAt Ferndalel In an exciting extra-period battle, the hard fighting Ferndale squad scored a victory over the Red and Green "heaVies". Ferndale took an early lead and held it throughout the game, until the last minute when Eureka tied the score. Ferndale scored twice in the extra period. ' Jan. 24 Eureka 19 FortunZ"1'8 fAt Fortunal With Fortuna ahead by one point and only a few seconds to play Captain Bill Blaikie sank a long shot from the center of the court to put the game "on ice" for Eureka. Belloni of Fortuna took high point honors with eight points. Feb. 6 Eureka 24 Arcata 27 fAt Arcatal Taking a 20 to 7 lead in the first few minutes of the game the Arcata heavyweights defeated the Red and Green hoopsters despite the fact that they were outplayed in the last three quarters. Feb. 13 Eureka 34 Ferndale 12 CAt Eurekaj Avenging their former defeat at the hands of the Cream City quintet, Eureka made the best of Friday, the thirteenth, and trounced their former victors, 34 to 12. "Sparky" Robertson was high point man with 12 points. Feb. 14 Eureka 22 Del Norte 31 tAt Crescent City Weakened by the loss of Captain Blaikie through sickness, Eu- reka was unable to stop the invincible Del Norte aggregation at Cres- cent City, In spite of the defeat "Sparky" Robertson was high point man with 13 points. . , .X I1 - 1 1 '- Y ff 1 - i fm 0 , 1 f 1 ,mg4ff,gf::,.g 2 O Il svnn-1-av ' ' ' - - 1- 1 V-APQSQQQR is -T? - Z' I I 2 ie5Mll.l?!..... LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL Jan. 29 Eureka 18 Fortuna 23 fAt Eurekaj The Eureka lightweights lost their first game of the season to the powerful Fortuna limited by a score of 23 to 18. The game was even and exciting until the last minutes of play when the Fortuna squad forged ahead to Win by a small score. Jan. 16 Eureka 24 Arcata 22 CAt Eurekaj In a thrilling three-extra-period game the Eureka limiteds, led by Earl Heminway, defeated the Arcata squad 24 to 22. Arcata seem- ed assured of victory when Eureka tied the score on a technical foul, necessitating the extra time in which they won. Jan, 23 Eureka 26 Ferndale 6 CAt Ferndalel The Eureka midgets scored an easy victory over the inexper- ienced Ferndale quintet, scoring 26 points against 6 by Ferndale. Captain Leonard was high poin' man of the game. Jan. 24 Eureka 33 'Del Norte 4 CAt Eurekal Using nearly three teams, Coach Willard drove his lightweights rough-shod over their inexperienced opponents. The game was list- less, the Del Nor'e squad endeavoring to keep the score as low as possible. Hemenvlay was high point man. Jan. 30 Eureka 9 Fortuna 16 CAt Fortunaj After decidedly outplaying Fortuna throughout the game, 'he Eureka midgets "blew-up" and suffered defeat at the hands of the For'una squad. Until the last four minutes Eureka had a 9 to 3 lead but Fortuna emerged victorius by a 16 to 9 score. Feb. 6 Eureka 21 Arcata 17 CAt A-rcatal In spite of the thirteen points gathered by "Pinky" Gallagher, the Arcata lightweights were unable to keep up with the pace set by the Eureka midgets and therefore were on the small end of a 21 to 17 score. Feb.13 Eureka 23 Ferndale 7 fAt Eureka! After a slow start, the Eureka midgets took a onesided victory from the Ferndale limiteds. Lawrence Nelson and Earl Hemenway were the stars of the game, Nelson taking high point honors with eleven markers. Feb. 14 Eureka 42 Del Norte 10 fAt Crescent Cityj Finishing thelr season with a grand climax, the Red and Green lightweights handed the boys from the north a severe trouncing to the t.une of 42 to 10. Hemenway and Nelson were the stars of the BASEBALL 1 931 March 28 Ferndale 8 Eureka 1 fAt Ferndalej Unable to fathom the curves and hooks of Ernie Brownlow, Ferndale's pitching ace, the Red and Green baseball squad lost to the Cream City team 8 to 1. Brownlow was given excellent support by his teammates and Eureka was able to score only once, the long run being made by Nelson in the second inning. Reinholtzen and Shively divided the job of pitching for Eureka while Murray worked behind the plate. April 2 Arcata 2 Eureka 7 1At Arcatab A combination of almost shutout-,pitching by Nicols, heavy hit- ting led by Hill, and numerous errors by Arcata, gained a 7 to 2 vic- tory for Eureka over the White City aggregation. Nicols pitched a wonderful game, striking out 10 men, allowing only 2 hits and mak- ing 6 assists, Ernie Maltagliati played a brilliant game behind the bat. Milt Hill led the batters, getting a triple and a double out of four trips to the plate and scoring three runs. April 11 South Fork 3 Eureka 23 1At South Forkj Hitting the ball almost at will, the Eureka loggers, led by Hill, who topped the league swatters for the season this year with an av- erage of .455, pounded out an overwhelming vi-ctory over South Fork. Hill collected five hits and a pass-out of seven times up. Shive- ly and Nicols held the Southerners to seven scattered hits with Mal- tagliati catching. April 18 - Del Norte 7 Eureka 5 QAt Eureka? After playing fine ball and holding Del Norte scoreless for five innings, and piling up a four run lead. Eureka blew up and allowed Del Norte to tie the score. Eureka again obtained a one-run lead only to allow Del Norte to cross the plate three times inthe ninth inning. Hill, as usual, led the hitting with three hits. Batters for Eureka were Nicols and Maltagliati while Spann and B. Johnson held down the corresponding positions for Del Norte. April 25 Fortuna 11 Eureka 4 CAt Fortunal Being nicked for thirteen hits and making 12 errors, the Red and Green pastimers bowed to the valley city boys to the tune of 11 to 4. Eureka was weakened considerablyby. the absence of Nicols, star twirler, and had to rely on Reinholtzen and Shively to work on the mound. Rovai, Fortuna's pitcher, played a great game, fan- ning 16 Eureka men, and holding them to six hits. Crescent City won the C. I. F. championship for 1931. TENNIS As this book goes to press the tennis tournaments are in pro- gress but the results will not be known until too late to be published in this annual. Last year's tournament resulted in a tie between Eureka, Arcata, and Fortuna. This year Ferndale will likely compete. Eureka's squad consists of the following: Herbert Moore, Joe Daly, Herbert Nelson, Harry Zook, Roswell Liddle, Ernest Mueller, Harold Robertson, Charles Perrone, Catherine Englehart, Birdie Boots, Yvonne Hinton, Laura Haugan, Pauline Newman, Janet Woodcock, Mildred Swanson, Lois Howatt. Miss Elizabeth Marshall, girls' physical eduation teacher, is the coach. This year, tennis enthusiasts, townspeople as well as students, have had the opportunity to play the game at night, because of the fact that the five new courts can now be lighted up by large electric lights which the Board of Education had installed last fall. iO.l...,. TRACK At the Track Meet, May 24, 1930. 'The Eureka High School heavyweight track team took first place with 5214 points in a thrilling, record-smashing meet at Arcata Two county records were shattered and two others equaled. A new was the 880 run which was broken by Fowler of Ferndale. Graham compromised the Eureka relay team. The other record shattered was the 850 run which was broken by Fowler of Ferndale. Graham Quigg tied the county record of 10:2 seconds for the century dash. Ken Johnson equaled the county low hurdles mark. Others who gained points for Eureka were Ed Hash, Herb Holm, Joe Daly, Herb Stuart, and Charles Bleything, The Lightweights did not fare so Well and had to be satisfied with third place. Fortuna took the midget meet with 42 points. Five county records were broken, three by Fortuna and one each by Eureka and Ferndale. The records broken were the 440 by Osch- ger of Ferndale, the pole vault by Domenghini of Fortuna, the high jump by Hemenway of Eureka, the broad jump by Meyers of For- tuna. Hadley of Eureka tied with Gould of Fortuna for second place in the pole vault. Besides taking first place in the high jump, Hemenway took third place in the broad jump. GIRLS ATHLETICS Girls' basketball opened with a "bang" this year. Many girls out for the first pra-ctice which was held September 20. Some very good material was found in the scrubs. The responsibility of choosing the senior team was left to Dot Goodwin, senior athletic manager. Juniors Defeat Sophomores On October 27 the first interclass game was played off. The Sophomores fought hard but the experience of the Juniors seehed a decided advantage. The score was 27 to 24. Night School Girls Defeat Seniors. On November 12, the Night School girls defeated the seniors with a score of 29 to 14, Junior Girls Defeated by Night School On November 17 the Juniors took their first defeat of the season with a score of 7 to 0. Girls Basketball Season Closes The closing of the basketball season was accepted with many regrets on the part of the players, for they felt that they acquired not only greater skill in playing but they gained a certain spirit of comradeship and sportsmanship which they valued more highly than anything else. The line-ups for the class teams: SOPHOMORES JUNIORS SENIORS Tambourvitch Hurlbutt Huggler Jones Stemach Dickson Quarnheim Soules Henders Sunnari Boots Edson Russell Axe Baumgartner Quinn Saunderson Goodwin Chamberlain The Junior High School was complet- ed at a cost of 34565000 and was ready for occupancy in August, 1926. 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'E' Q' w9f1.Z'd"'f3i -YL r xais 1fx'i?,.:,pwZfQf.1 12534, .i17',..f3 ' -iff: wf"k..v K 2343? :EF 1'-lr ? " af ' ' "-: --4: P 'mf-W - -:H12-An mfvijifrnwfw-1,v2 f2.,..hm:-:ax L, 1 ' . ff M I- 1' -fm' .'4vf24hsv-av J' ' .V ' ff A -V ? ' fx -' 9338- '- ffm' ' ','5f..-152' 9 f. 'lf 'fa """- 'Q' -529:05 QQ A551 V E v WF- .LN ' H-A' Y , may :' ' if .1 20 " 3 Ji? " w w. - : - MESSAGE FROM MRS. ZANE Our City Superintendent, Mr. Albee, and the Board of Edu- cation began as early as 1915 to lay plans for a Junior High School in Eureka. In 1924 they were able to put over a bond issue to build the present magnificent building at an approximate cost of half a million dollars, and in August, 1926, our Eureka Junior High School opened its doors for the first time with an enrolment of 670 pupils and twenty-five teachers. Today that enrollment has grown to 827 pupils, and the faculty has increased from twenty- five to thirty-three teachers. Numbering more than 800 students, our Junior High School is truly a student city, and its clubs and student organization are be- coming an outstanding feature of the school. There are clubs for service, clubs for hobbies, clubs for culture, each offering a valu- able training for leisure as well as satisfying the social impulse which is so predominant at this age. While faithful, honest Work in the various classes and labora- tories of the school is the Warp and Woof of school life, equally as important, if not more so, is the training gained by student participation in its government, and in the various clubs and social activities of the school, Here students learn to face life situations, to realize that each must work for the good of all, and that cooper- ation, loyalty, service, and fair play are the basic qualities for citizenship. Catherine L. Zane Assistant Principal Jr. High School h HIGH NINE CLASS The present High Nine class number 190 students, one of the largest graduating c-asses our Junior High School has ever had. In Auust,' 1928, they first groped their way along the halls of Junior High, young and green freshmen, All was suspense un- til the fateful day of initiation arrived, when after such stunts as eating macaroni blindfolded, barking and braying like animals, rolling peanuts with their noses, and dodging the paddle, they e- merged as full-fledged Junior Highs. While Seventh Graders, the First Seventh Grade G-ee Club was formed under the leadership of Miss Neylan, and it was the plea- sure of this club to present "The Miser's Dream" in December, 1928. During the present year many students have taken part in the Operetta, "The Glass Slipper," which was presented by the Ninth Grade Glee Club of the Junior High School under the leadership' of Miss Jacobsen. June Baumgartner played a leading part as Lady Oliver while Gabriel Abrahamsen as Prince Leo was the lead- ing masculine character of the operetta. Others who took minor parts Were: Jennie Bralich, Flora Bonini, George Berry, Marian Clark, Lena Crivelli, Floy Driver, Bernice Dillon, Leonard Dok- weiler, Alfred Dunlap, Elinor Flaherty, Louise Foster, Audrey Hum- phries, Viola Hemenway, Rachel Hansen,Harold Huggler, Leonard Kearney, Gwendolyn Lambert, Jean McLean, Zonna Murray, Amelia Miller, Arthur Miller, Esther Nichols, Eunice O'Brien, Ray- mond Poscic, Peter Procissi, Darrel Prather, Jack Pidgeon, June Proud, Inez Peterson, Alyce Pearce, Dorothy Pinkerton, Maxine Robinson, Margaret Pratt, Joe Rudd, Lynwood Stewart, William Stemach, Bennie Ship1ey,, Madeline Stewart, Mary Jane Stamm, June Solee, Florence Spear, Mary Selvage, Esther '1'ay1or, Joe Thureson, Irene Warren, Lois Wing, Lucretia Wooden, and Roger Cartwright. The president of the Boys' League, Charles Tracy, and the president of the Every Girls' Club, Harmony Harper, are both mem- bers of this class. Owing to the initiative of this class the Hospitality Club has been organized this year, and is proving to be one of the most efficient services clubs of the school. Walter Anderson, the editor-in-chief of the school paper, "The Junior High Log", is a member of this class, and the following members are on the staff of the paper: Runar Anderson, E'ida Baldwin, Dorothy Carrico, Lawrence Crivelli, Hattie Feekes, Bror Gragg, Harmony Harper, Jean Maguire, Nathalie Rotermund, and Charles Tracy. :2.1 ':1?1i L LOW NINE CLASS The present Low Nine Class entered in January, 1928, and numbered about 110. They have been inteiested in all the activities of the school and especially have they excelled in athletics. As members of the Ukulele Club, the Book Club, and the Colonial Clubs, they have given service to the school on many occasions, and one of their members, Jimmy Mooie, is the popular yell .eader of the school. Many red letters days are placed to the credit of this class as we review their history. While still in the Seventh Grade they furnished most of the program for Mothers' Day. During their Eighth Grade year they made and presented to Mrs. Zane for the office a finished map or the City of Eureka. Last year they took an active part in the Fashion Show which was presented on visiting evening by the Sewing Class. Two of the members, Jimmy Moore and Jeanne Van Vlack, took leading roles in the Spring Operetta, "The Glass Sipper", which was presented by the Junior High School in April of this year. In athletics they have won many honors and though they are not a large class they have been in the front rank of Junior High activities. The following are the members of the Low Nine Class: Anderson, Dot. Albee, Jack Arkelett, Eleanor Bach, Chas. Bagley, Jeanette Bonomini, Joe Boice, Anita Boydstrun, Ralph Burg, Helen Ellingwood, Ora Edeline, Raymond Filgas, Oscar French, Gerald Friel, Lawrence Finch, Ray Grossi, Lydia Glenn, Robert Graham, Joel Burroughs, Kenneth Goodwin, Edward Canepa, Lucille Cavo, Jack Gustafson, Elvin Grossi, Glenn Cannam, La Vaur Hanson, Laura Christensen, George Haley, Elaine Carlson, Jule Cox, Elmer Hansin, Margaret Hubbard, Viola Cushnahan, Hugh Hunnacutt, Frances Davenport, Ida Dotson, Earline Davis, Earl Dearinger, Bill Driver, Hughie Hellums, Chester Hanson, Oliver Hinch, Jack Ivancich, Rudolph Jarvi, Matt James, Iris Johnson, Merton , o. ans,n, Harold Johnson, John Knudsen, Elaine linudsen, Marie Lambert, Virginia Larison, Ruth Launer, Maxie Lawson, Nathalie Lippi, Linda Lucich, Darinka Lundbeck, Ernest Metcalf, Frances Marchi, Henrietta Mc Reynolds, C. Me Kay, George Mason, Darrell Massagli, Harry Moore, James Moore, Gilbert Nellist, Edith Oglesby, Rayfmond Peterson, Aaron Peterson, Ethel Phelps, Arthur Paaso, Sulo Palmer, Irene Rogers, Lewis Ryburn, Rollin Ross, Grace Robinson, Grace Simmons, Margaret Sims, Georgie Shanahan, Paul Smith, Donald Sudori, Leo Seibert, Lola Tucker, Vernon Vidas, Willie Van Vlack, Jeanne Webster, Elmo Westby, Violet White, Eleanor if ix f- , fiEfQhEfHEBi1! - - -,W-pa ' 5 . -ing -f-w- -- , 4 -1, V: '15 Z f,,",'G7y1fQZ' 1 A ,. .',,.f, ,.' , f STUDENT COUNCIL The most important executive body in the student life of Jun- ior High is the Student Council. It is composed of a representative from each Home Room, and meets every first and third Monday of the month. It is interested in improving the scholarship and deportment of the school, and maintains important standing committees on hon- or classes, care of the halls, playground welfare, andtraffie squads, all of which are helping to make our Junior High boys and girls live up to the ideals set forth in this creed which has been com- posed and adopted by the boys and girls of this school: "I believe that our school can be only as fine as the boys and girls of this school are. Therefore, I believe it is my duty to do my best at all times, to be dependable and trustworthy, to cooperate in all the activities of the school, and to do all in my power to pro- mote a fine school spirit." The present Student Council consists of the following members: Jean Mitchell, Ed. Ryan, Forrest Waters, Marjorie Wing, Ivy Hill, Lois McGowan, Raymond Getchell, Willard Edmunds, Frank Crich- ton, Charles Glenn, Virginia Beasley, Elmer Anderson, Ella John- son, Murray Clark, Helen Ruzic, Arthur Tooby, Robert Madsen, Earl Richardson, Lloyd Pawlus, Elaine Haley, Georgie Sims, Runar Ander- son, Curtis Knifsend, Virginia Vandiver, Anne Lyman. Last semester the membership was as follows: Clarence Johnson, Aleise Norton, Claradell Sage, Joy Hansen, Min- nie Harmon, Eldred Look, Arthur Tooby, Leone Perrone, Vivian Smith, Arthur Hughes, Dale Costich, Murray Clark, Herbert Saffell, Roy Fannucchi, Oliver Tikkanen, Merton Johnson, Bill Dearinger, June Baumgartner, Harmony Harper, Shirley Richmond, Dorothy Carrico, Doris Clarke, Clarice Moseley, Jack Wallalce. CHIP OF THE BARK The Junior High School paper, "Chip of the Bark", has just concluded another semester of work. During the three semesters that it has been in existence, "Chip of the Barkl' has steadily im- proved with each issue, and is now one of the most outstanding acti- vities of the school. The paper is published by the Journalism Club, whose mem- bers automatiically become members of the "Chip of the Bark" staff. The members of the staff during the fall term were: Harold Pedraz- zini, editor, Harmony Harper, associate editor, Walter Anderson, news editor, Elida Baldwin, literary editor, Frances Oxley, feature editor, Margaret Nelson, club editor, Sylvia Friedman, art editor, Clarice Moseley, girls' sport, Lloyd Wi son, Boys' sport, Frances Hines and Pearl Bartcht, exchanges, Bror Gragg, jokes, Charles Tracy, business manager, Lawrence Crivelli, Barbara War, and Nathalie Rotermund, reporters, and Helen Anderson and Jean Ma- guire, typists. The staff for the spring is as fol-ows: Walter Anderson, editor' Elida Baldwin, associate editor, Harmony Harper, news editor, Runar Anderson and Magaret Fergerson, cub editors, Bror Gragg,, literary editor, Barbara War, art editor, Lawrence Crivelli, boys' sports, Georgie Sims, girls' sports, Nathalie Rotermund, exchange editor, Glenn Hinman and Stanley Colwell, joke editors, Jean Ma- guire, Dorothy Carrico, and Hattie Feekes, typists, Charles Tracy and Frank Cricton, business managers, and Linda Lippa, Charles Moore, and Maxie Launer, reportors. To Miss Voshall, the adviser of the club, great credit is due, for while all the members do their best, it is her efficient direction that is the motive power of the club. ' lg BOARD OF HEALTH "A sound mind ina sound body," is 1.116 slogan OI the Junior High Board of Health, one OI the most responsible organizations of the school. As its name suggests, it is concerned with all matters pertaining to health. A committee from this club lists all the underweights in school, and sees that they are offered milk in the forenoons, which is now being served to more than fifty students. Another important committee which functions under the guid- ance of this club is the "Shut in Committee" Whose Work is to see that in each room courteous messages and thoughful attention are given to the absentees who are ill. Still another hard Working committee has general supervision of the sanitary condition of the lavatories and care and protection of the building. To this committee great credit is due for engender- ing a spirit of pride in our school, and a love for the building and grounds. Members of the present Board of Health are: Marian Mc Do- nough, Clara Horntvedt, Lee Douglas, Mildred Johnson, Frances Clements, Emily Wilson, Desmond Stone, Margaret Peugh, Ruth Larsen, Jack Morganti, Gladys Seivert, Jean Cornforth, Belle Pa- trick, Arthur Durdan, Lois Nellis, Irene Rossig, Bonnie Mathews, Marguette Caviness, Chester Hellums, Marie Knudsen, Dan Ivancich, Armeda Giuntoli, Florence Spear, Ruby James. Members of the Board of Health for the last semester are: Louise Crothers, Frances Clements, Desmond Stone, Lillian Peters, Williard Mortensen, Cheryl Metcalf, Gladys Seivert, Doris Steele, Belle Patrick, Elvira Champi, Lanette Marci, Harry Massagli, Gil- bert Moore, Robert Baldwin, Dick Hughes, Charles Winter, June Proud, Esme George, Charles Maffia, and Virginia Stuart. f ' ' 3" l X X A UKELELE CLUB The club has a membership of over thirty girls, the majority of whom have learned to play this year, The club is very active in Junior High School life, and is always ready to help at the school programs. . This club has many social meetings as well as practice hours, and found real pleasure at Christmas time by given a candy sale and using the proceeds to purchase a ukulele for one of the children at the Tubercular School. The officers for the year are as follows: The Fall Semester President - Janice Hornbrook Vice-President - Zora Radick Secretary, Treasurer - Lois Nellis Reporter - Nathalie Rotermund Librarian - Zora Radick Spring Semester President - Marjorie Wing Vice-President -- Thelma Baker Secretary, Treasurer - Frances Clements Reporter - Norma Widness Librarian - Zora Radick This club has been under the direction of Miss Ethel Aldrich for three years, and owes its success to her untiring interest. HARMONICA CLUB The Harmonica Club of the Junior High is three years old, and each year is becoming a more valuable addition to the musical ta- lent of the school. Under the able direction of Mr. C. A, Pihl, the genial shop instructor, the thirty-four boys who comprise the club get together twice a week for practice, and occasionally for a real boys' party. Mr, Pihl has an able assistant in Raymond Poscic, who acts as instructor for the club in the absence of the leader and whose interest has done much to keep the club alive. The club seems very popular among the boys who are always willing to donate their services when asked for. Some of the more experienced members willingly donated a group of members on the Benefit Program given at the Junior High in February. 'The officers at present are as follows: President - Richard Davis Vice-President - Bror Gragg Secretary-Treasurer - Wayne Knifsend The members of the club are: M. Villa B. Geipton Swanson R. Davis J. Travers Nelson R. Bagley J. Howlett Perrone B. Gragg L. Rogers Heney R. Poscic R. Ford Douglas V. Krei C. Parton Conner . Sampson P. McAllister Harper R. Getchell H. Winston Young R, Salle L, Dryers Alberts . Van Valkenburgh W, Knifsend Mclntyre F. Dreyer H. Littlefair B. Fridley N. Lawton 'P IL- 'T-93 :. E EiiEQb!f1'iE5..'?l3 r THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1'V--.ICHESTRA In the Junior High Orchestra we find those members of the school who are musically inclined, and who here have opportunity to become proficient upon an instrument of their choice. Under the leadership of Professor ilxlhflk B. Flower rehearsals are held three times a week. As soon as the members are able to play well e- nough, they are aLlowed to rehearse with the Senior High Orches-. tra or Band. This makes the Junior High School Orchestra a train- ing class, with the Senior High organization as its goal. The mem- bership moves up and down, sometimes numbering as many as forty, and then again back to twei.,v-seven-caused by promotions into High School. At present, the orchestra is composed of four saxa- phones, four trumpets, two clarinets, one piccolo, eight violins, one cello, one drum, and a piano. In point of service, the orchestra is one of the most active of the Junior High organizations, contributing to almost every pro- gram of the school, furnishing music and joy to themselves as well as others. They are always on hand to open Assembly programs, they fre- quently come out in the evening to help school activities, and the Parent Teachers Teas depend upon the orchestra for success almost as much as upon the tea. This term the orchestra is composed of the following members: V?rgEnia Beasley, Ruth Crosby, William Dalyl, Lois Duffy, Aili Hg- fcrf. ilfwothy Gottschalk, Solway Ingebretsen, Clarence Johnson, 'Hlga James, Ilona Laakso, Howard Lewis, George Leese, William .Vlim'gari, Ingeborg North, Jean Ross, Kenneth Svensen, June Sund- fors, Walters Shocker, Vieno Taskinen, and Ensi Wirta. ap -'2-- 'f""4':. Ti Etaaimraml ' CAMP FIRE-AN ADVENTURE FOR ALL GIRLS What is it that makes Camp Fire so much enjoyed by the girls, so long and happily remembered? Ask Camp Fire Girls and they will tell you: Fun, for the parties, the plays, the hikes, even the strenuous effort that goes into making money for camping and the planning that brings happiness to others are fun especially when touched with the magic of Camp Fire. Satisfaction, for there is true satisfaction in doing interesting things and doing them well. There is satisfaction in living the ideals of the Camp Fire Law, in happiness that is not just of the moment but that builds toward the years to come. Camp Fire Girls follow the Trail of the Seven Crafts: Home, Health, Camp, and Hand Craft, Nature Lore, Business, and Citizenship, The honors which Camp Fire Girls earn and their progress in rank tell the story of their achieve- ment. Friendship, for the a Camp Fire group is a very special kind of club-a club of from six to twenty congenial friends under the leadership of an older friend. Having good times together, working hard, side by side, camping together, sharing the joy of service to others and the beauty of the Camp Fire ceremonials, they come to know each other in the intimate and understanding way out which enduring friendships grow. Camp Fire Will give you friends just as it will test your powers of friendship, Camp Fire will give you fun, glorious fun out of doors in all kinds of weather and indoors in your homes at all kinds of parties. Camp Fire will open doors for you and point out new vis- tas, Camp Fire will give you hills, purple hills far off for dream- ing and green and gold hills close by for climbing. And lastly Camp Fire will give you strength for the climbing. ,, BOY SCOUTS This year at the Junior High the Boy Scouts have held their regular weekly meeting on Friday under the leadership of the Scouts Executive. The group represents ten different troops, but was formed into one large troop With eight patrols. Joe Thureson was elected as Senior Patrol Leader and Ivan Zerlang as Scribe. The Patrol Leaders Were Harry Falk, Albert Council, Roy Funnucchi, Joe Thureson, and Ivan Zerlang. Keen interest has been universally siiowii in the meetings. First aid, signaling, knots, fireman's lift and carry, artifical respira- tion and many other interesting and useiul acquirements have been taught by games and demonstrations. Perhaps the outstanding bit of service performed by the Scouts this year was in response to the call from Scout Headquarters to help search for a small school child who had become lost lor several hours. The Scouts from the Senior High School together with the Scouts of the Junior High quickly assembled in readiness to make a thorough search of the city and vicinity. A well directed search was soon planned under the supervision or the Sheriffs oiiice and was being systematically conducted under the Scout leadership when the missing child was found. In recognition of this splendid cooperation the City Authorities have established a Scout Mobilization Call of five long blasts of the fire siren for the use of the Boy Scouts when- ever it is needed by them. w GPI JL- 'f'A:'ff':. 1 Eiiillaliw THE HOSPITALITY CLUB The Hospitality Club was organized for the first time last term as a Service Club in our school. The club is planning its organiza- tion so as to function from year to year, patterning its form after that of the Girls' League. The members of the club receive credits toward a Big J award because of the club's purpose and ideal of service. Since its organization the club has been very active. It spon- sored a Welcome Program for the new seventh grade students. The students have served as ushers at performances in our building, and have assisted the Parent Teacher's Association at their meet- ings. 'The club is always ready to act as hostesses to all visitors at our school and to help the occasional new pupil feel at home quickly. The club sponsored a noon movie, "Eastward Ho", to raise funds for its work. With these funds the club gave a colonial tea in February for the eighth and ninth grade girls who had come since the semester began. The membership numbers twenty-five selected from the H 8, L9, and H9 classes. The officers are: June Baumgartner, presi- dent, Zonna Murray, vice president, secretary-treasurer, Jean Mc Lean, and Dorothy Carrico, reporter. Miss Davis is the faculty spon- sor. Other members are: Racheal Hansen, Dorothy Brown, Flora Bonini, Eunice O'Brien, Eleanor Arkelet, Janice Hornbrook, June Melendy, Helen Connick, Frances Metcalf, Bernice Dillon, Jeanne Van Vlaclk, Marion Clark, Romaine Stewart, Kathleen Johnson, Lillian Kinkella, Frances Hunicutt, Frances Levell, Agnes Smith, Mary Jane Stamm, and Gwendolyn Lambert. GIRL RESERVES The Amigo Club of the Girl Reserves, under the sponsorship of the Young Women's Christian Association, has been an active club in the Junior High School since 1929. The meetings are held every Friday at the Major period. The following arrangement of program has been made, and is found to be interesting and helpful: First Friday, a business meeting, Second Friday, a speaker, Third Friday, an entertainment, Fourth Friday, group singing with the Camp Fire Girls under the leadership of Mrs. Crothers. The present officers are as follows: President - Adeline Thomas Vice-President - Phyllis Thorne Secretary - Goda Strickland Treasure - Nathalie Rotermund Reporter - Doris Steele Program Chairman - Glays Sievert Sergeant-at-arms - Cora Turk The adviser is Mrs. C. E. Morrow. 'The Girl Reserve Code Reaching toward the best, As a Girl Reserve Earnest in purpose, I will try to be Seeing the beautiful, Eager for knowledge, Gracious in manner, Reverent to God, Impartial in judgement, Victorious over self, Ready for service, Ever dependable, Loyal to friends. Sincere at all times. . I RECREATIONAL READING CLUB The Recreational Reading Club, which was organized last Octo- ber, is divided into two groups, namely the P. C. 's and the Book- worms The object of the club is to create a love for good literature and acquaint the members with the best books and their authors. Aside from the regular work of the club the members have started two projects this term. One is keeping up notebooks in which they illustrate and tell what they think of the books that they read in the club, and the other is making pictorial maps of the United States and Europe representing the different parts of the countries' books characters. Last November the girls celebrated Book-Week by having a party to which they came dressed as their favorite book character. It was called a "Come Alive Book Party." The officers for the P. C. 's are: President - Dixie Eiselstein Vice-President - Vivian Staff Secretary-Treasurer - Margaret Ferguson Reporters - Joy Miller and Inez Peterson The officers for the Bookworms are: President - Sandy Innes Vice-President - Richard Davis Secretary - Adair Roberts Treasurer - Fred Hibler Sergeant-at-arms - James Robinson Reporter - Mason Putnam A CHRISTMAS CAROL "A Christmas Carol," a dramatization of the immortal Ughost story of Christmas" by Charles Dickens, was presented by the Low Ninth Class of the Junior High School as the annual Christmas enter- tainment of the school. 'The public performance was given on Thurs- day evening, December 18, and the presentation to the school on Friday, December 19. While the play was sponsored by the Low Ninth English classes, with Miss Davis, Miss Donlon, and Mrs. Roscoe as the committee in charge, the production was rea.ly a project for various departments of the school doing Ninth Grade work, and it was the willing and enthusiastic cooperation of all Ninth Grade Classes and teachers which made the play the great success which it was. The period costumes, which were particularly satisfying and which contributed, perhaps more than any other single item, to the effectiveness of the performance, were made by the Ninth Grade sewing -classes under the direction of Miss Broderick, assisted by Mrs. Smith. Miss Zumwalt supervised the art work and designed the clever programs which were typed and mimeographed by the Com- mercial Department, under the direction of Miss Voshall. Miss Ram- sperger, of the Physical Education Department, coached the dances, Miss Jacobsen drilled the caroleis who sang so effectively behind the scenes, Mr. Flowers and Mrs. Carter had charge of the beautiful musical arrangements, and Mr. Pihl and Mr. Kirtland directed the preparation of properties and scenery. Ellsworth Pine, Charles Win- ter, and Robert Turner were responsible for the lighting and stage management, and the make-up was done by Miss McConnaha, Mrs. Ferguson, Miss Fleming, Miss Zumwalt, and Mrs. Roscoe. Doubtless the future holds many Wonders in store for the coming students in this locality. The reputation for fore- sightedness Will, of a certainty, be main- tained. The schools of Humboldt have been and will always be sufficient to train their students for favorable competition with those of any other locality. Just as the pupils in the log cabin could not visualize the schools of today, so We are unable to foresee the future edu- cational plantsg never-the-less We are con- fident that the youth of our county will always receive every advantage, even though the means are yet obscure. The spirit of the pioneers will endure, -the spirit that caused those early settlers to struggle so bravely in order to give their children opportunity for a better schooling than they themselves had. V. 5 , ,. 's U vm v w. ,rm - Q ,nfl-1 . .-3 X' 'ix- u" an f. , A, ,N , yy I. -'- . uw, J ,4 - Q A-, M., .. A ,f ,,. ,- ,W-, .,,,, -, ,.-J f., ,vw ,L,.., ,, ,r .1 .. ,, f -5 5, ,.,-, .- ,iq L4 af' -1-1 . .U-.Wil L A . 1,0 ' . W, 1 L 1 ' 1 v , A 02' . r ,, . , , , , , ., ,-.- 4 , L ww, wt, , n. PM 4 F, ' .5 .g1w.1,',N,. fttmm. P' 4: by , 4. K .ff .. f? ,pf ., 5, -,X , 4, '1 wb. .' -e Y, QM K Y ' f ff 'f??f'H5Q If? 4 'T 1ffi2f'f i1 A .P in weffq Qgfgiwrf M4 Q? 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August 20 First Student Body meeting, new president presiding. August 22 Ah! The new lawn. Bill certainly knows his lawn mowers. August 25 New coat for the school, painters everywhere. August 27 We begin to notice new faces. "The Scrubs". August 29 Lights being put up on the tennis court and in the stadium. Hoo- ray! September 1 Hunting season on. Wear red hats. September 3 Miss Bedell is back from Europe. September 5 Football team practices, Army vs. Navy. September 8 Rally Friday night. Hip! Hip! Hooray! September 12 The first nite game, Eureka vs. San Mateo. September 15 Miss Bo-rg's clock is damaged by the earthquake. September 19 Duck season is now open. Sharp- shooters are cutting school. October 1 Have you noticed the new fish pond which was just started? October 3 St. Mary's at Eureka tonight, sec- ond night game. October 6 Thanks to Buhne's we have a new football billboard on F Street. October 10 Team leaves for Medford. "Good luck". October 18 Eureka is downed by Alameda- October 25 Eureka ties with Arcata I 51 K9 -.1 -1 f -,-1 1 -L.. Novernber 1 Eureka fans Crescent City. November 8 Eureka bends its knee to Fort Bragg. November 14 "Jerry of Jericho Road" tonite. Say, don't you miss it. November 15 Eureka downs Ferndale. November 21 Varsity "E" dance tonite. Pep. November 27 Thanksgiving. Are you thankful? December 3 Honor system debate introduced in student body meeting. December 6 Santa Rosa wins from Eureka, but it was not eay, was it San- ta Rosa? December 10 Fish and Game Club organized. Good hunting. December 18 Senior Ball tomorrow night. December 19 Merry Xmas, and goodbye, tea- cher. January 7 Honor system is out. Not so hot. January 9 Fortuna and Eureka clash in first basketball game. January 10 Junior Senior Banquet January 19 Semester opens today. Now for some work. January 20 How stupid of me. I wrote 1930 instead of 1931 on my ex pa- per. January 24 Crescent City is victorious. February 4 Scrubs to sweep the tennis courts. Scrubs, what are they? February 6 Tonite and tomorrow nite we will be "Icebound". February 17 Cupid's Frolic was a great success. February 23 All hail to the father of our coun- try. X 1-t JUN hii-:Ce vll fire expensfre lookm lim V5rn6S7 vr4' X A gg ' drov nd ' U' ' +he school .15- g YQ --Yxe-F G ' qlsb ' tate" "FSS q neaaund 'H QU I ,Q . yd -7 .. A 6' YG? . Q -1 L . 5 sq . ' '. . 9 it , .9 6111? ,ar ? V Q. . , 5 .HO - -L J 6 G 6 f .' . i if pf' 7 'J' fx HJ - 1 1 f Hill is Q 'i W' iff L-555557-coz.- . is sis -Q.. an ll- . YV1 'A 5 ETWHSF -:-w I l ' ' I -' ,. Q ' . . 1 Q f '- 4.1:-vig' 3 1-1'-1 C341 in i ilfil -Pg .H , M .-g.. :LQ .M , u 4 A 0 mv' Minl Ml 5 Qeo'-3 4 V ily ' Iof' xl' W Th s Q assef-:wig 15 coUed o r ,1 vnnovnc 6 In eni-1' i l 26 q'MmMwwq f-g v-""'i isii... V 2 2 f 5' jr' E 1' if . 1 U p In H . ' - h 1 February 25 Watch for the new orange mono- plane. March 4 Scrubs do their stuff. And how! March 14 Fish and Game Club have trip. March 16 Dr. Barker speaks to the stud- ents. March 19 H. S. T. C. fetes the seniors of E. H. S. March 21 Girls' League convention in Ukiah. March 26 Finals in Speech Contest. Hurrah for Charters and Walch! March 27 Easter vacation begins. Every- body happy! March 27 Baseball season opens tomorrow. Dust off the ol' plate. April 2 Eureka beats Arcata in the first game of the season. April 3 Principals meet at Santa Cruz. April 9 Miss Griffin is delighted with her three legged frog. April 10 See the Glass Slipper to-nite. April 16 National Guard celebrates birth- day. April 18 Del Norte and Eureka today on Eureka's diamond. April 24 Big Night at School! Parents 'n everybody here. May 8-9 "The Brat" is with us. May 6 Junior-Senior June Banquet at Eureka Inn. May 11 Commencement. May 15 Class Nite is great! May 23 Track meet at Fortuna. May 29 Senior Ball. 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Swanlund Photo Studios Teresa's Grocery Times Publishing C. Humboldt Toggery, The Valentine's Service Station Wallace, Lloyd Walsh, Myron Woolever's Hi-Supply Worcester Fashion Shop ZJok's News Depot WHEN YOU WANT if PLEASING PORTRAITS SNAPPY KODAK FINISHING ARTISTIC FRAMING COME TO Swanlund Studio H0IUG55:lZbI1,IrfU P S: THE SENIOR PORTRAITS OF THIS SEQUOIA WERE OUR PLEASURE. 516 F St Opposite Rialto Theatre 1 THE TIMES PUBLISHING C0' 7, Serves in three Principal Enterprises THE HUIVIBOLDT TIMES The Leading Newspaper of North- western California. The Associated Press, Times Special service, Sports Page, Woman's Page, Features. VVHDLESALE PAPER It takes 4 floors and awarehouse to house the many paper products, beside 1 safes, oflice furniture, fixtures, ink and stationery. CGIVIMERCIAI. PRINTING The printing plant has grown rapid- ly and is now the most completely equip- ped between San Francisco and Port- land. TELEPHONE 25 EUREKA, CALIF. 328 E STREET SANITARY DAIRIES CO Grade A Pasteurized Milk, Cream, And Buttermilk 535 D St et Ph 418 2lllIl"'llIiIIlllIIlIIIIIlIIIIllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllflg YQ? ? Everytllingfs E ' new these :lays E' styles, . values, prices! E 5 Shopping, too . . . 2 E A new and cle- E A liglntful experience E when clone here. E A V lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE J. C. PENNEY Co. HF!! St. - Y ' 1' JUST RIGHT TO THE FRACTION OF AN INCH fffart, cgbaffner, C? f7Vfarx Gollege Styles gm' Spring That's How Th Hgh S h 1 B y Wants His Clothes. WE HAVE THEM The Cgoggery J. M. Hutcheson Ffth8zFSt E k Clf THE BON'BONHHUECANDY STORE HIGH GRADE CONFECTIONERY AND MID-DAY LUNCHES OUR SPECIALTY EAL FURNWIAWH LENS The EUREKA WOOLEN MILLS MANUFACTURES THE PRODUCTION OF FINISHED FABRICS FROM A LOCAL RAW PRODUCT. EUREKA, CALIF. ls Get Your EDUCATION at School Your FURNITURE at DUCK BROS, Friend: Whom does your son look like? Happy Father: Hlis eyes are mine, the nose is my wife's, and the voice, I think he got from our auto horn. Larry Dwight: Do you know how to tell a professor from a student? A1 Baronti: Let's hear. Larry: Ask him what "it" is, and if he says it's a pronoun he's a professor. HARVEY M. HARPER 6th and B Street Phone 205. EUREKA, CALIF. Our Covers Were Manufactured By WEBER McCREA COMPANY, Inc. 421 East Sixth Street LOS ANGELES, CALIF. DELANEY and YOUNG Manufacturers of D E I. A N If Y 9 I Candy, Soda Water, and Syrups Office and Factory Second and C Street The Ibl1MElEE i3rh Fourteen Hours Ahead W'e Have Printed Fo Anxious 'To Print For No job too small and r 28 Years You And Everybody Else none too large Lambert c9 M CK ec-:han 412-414 Thirdst. A A T' Z' A Phone 700 Miss Griffin: Wh ' y IS a mosquito ungratefulf? t M' ' ISS Borg. Why? E' Miss Griffin: Because he bites th h that fee ds him. -9 ands And 11 ' ' A y had an awful time with Amos 1 Kingfish: Amos who? ast night. 'V Andy: A mosquito. - ,. , IQED CIQDSS DTIADMACY 427 F Street THE NYAL STORE Kodaks, Develo EOUNT Ea-, -:v,.,n,' aj? W- L.. ping and Printing AIN PEN SERVICE STATION . ,-sw.,-' xl Airvq l E7J:"E : 1f".1 1 'T l F, ,, ' fy-H 42, li, I I - . . .- ,l ' All Football, Baseball Sz Staff pictures made by FREEMAN ART STUDI Makers of Good Pictures O IT'S UP TO YOU YOUR decision and action will now de- cide your F-UTURE. IF you will acquire the habit of DEPOS- ITING a certain portion of your earnings REGULARLY, you are sure of being on the right side of the ledger in later years. C1076 Cwelcome Qfm as a Qiepositor The Bank of EUREKA and THE SAVINGS BANK OF HUMBOLDT COUNTY Third and "E" Streets. Eureka, Calif. THE ROMA BAKERY HOME OF THE BUTTERNUT BREAD 4th and Commercial Sts. Phone 569 "Wotta life, wotta life," said the newly married man, as he pawed through the kitchen utensils, "always this same can to mouth existence." It was the first time a Chinese boy had seen a piano, and he tried to describe it to a friend in pidgin English. "Them box," he said, "you fight him in teeth. He cried." Elvie Hanka: CTO librarian, Miss Suttonhz I want that crew story by Ibanez. Miss Sutton: What? Elvie: Yes, "The four Oarsmenf' DALY BROS. HUMBOLDT'S OWN STORE FOR 35 YEARS Exclusive Agents For DHDENIX HUIIEIQY World's Finest Medium Priced Hose 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 Money N o Land is Greater than the Title to it BELCHER ABSTRACT Sz TITLE CC Eureka, Calif. Phone 90-368 "And where is your uncle, Sandy?" "Oh, he had fever, so we put him in the cellar to heat the house." Milton Hill: Look at that tri-motored airplane. Clam Nelson: That's not a tri-motored plane-it has only one Milt: Yeah, but it's tryin' pretty hard. "Meeting called to water," screamed the coach as the swimming team dived in. George Melanson: Why- -a- -we're a- -dance at our house and a- - Peggy Robinson Cbreathlesslyl : Yes? George: And I Wonder if I could borrow your waxer to wax our floors. 'fill Nd 19' RIIQEBQNEEWELEIRE S X Xe x - ' 402 F Sf. suE Eureka l 1 1 , 3 C5726 giexall Store ATIKI NSUN 8: WDDDS ' Qlruggists Splzone 435 gmt fit Q Wife: Well, dear, have you found a job yet? Hubby: Yes, dear, you go to Work tomorrow. A trial balance is not the first attempt of a performer to walk the tight rope. Radio Announcer: And now, folks, "What Is This Thing Called Love"-It's a Victrola Record! In the large packing case it's excelsiorg in the little box it's shredded wheat. Terry Karas: I'm a little dubious. Joe Malloy: Why don't you take something for it? TO THE GRADUATES OF C5116 Surelea Sfdgb School WE EXTEND OUR HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS Nestor Johnson: "I hear they're putting an advertisement for Ethyl gasoline in Rockview Penitentiary." Ernest Pierson: "I don't see where that's going to get them any business." Nestor: "Well, y' know, Ethyl gasoline for that quick getaway." Marian Edson: "What usually follows a snow storm?" Ardyth Larison: "A snow-plough." Waiter: "Say, were you kicking about the flies here?" Bob Caviness: "No, I was just knocking them about with my hands." orth American Building Loan Association Friendly service has built, our resources to over 37,500,000 We Pay 6 percent on All Savings. You May Start With Only 31.00 Convenient With-drawal Can Be Arranged LOS ANGELES OFFICES Home Office Grand Ave, Oflice 243 West Center St. 516 Fifth St. 523 South Spring St. 712 South Grand Ave. SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 572 Market St. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 215 Linden Ave. SAN DIEGO OFFICE VENTURA OFFICE 944 Seventh St. 573 E. Main St. ANAHEIM OFFICE EUREKA OFFICE DANIELSUN 8: DETEIQIUN The Home of Griffon Clothes HIGH GRADE MEN'S WEAR We give S. H. Green Stamps 432 2nd Street Eureka, Calif. Clarance Neff: "I want to be a deep sea diver." "All right, my boy, but you'll have to start in at the bottom. Sid Makins: "Say, did you hear Christie Englehart has a job traveling next summrer?" Merwyn Samuelson: "No, is that right?" Sid: "Yeah, He's going to collect tickets on a merry-go round." "Your coffee is on the table, sir, and the Rolls is outside." Rae W. Bryan H. R. Bartlett. STANDARD FURNITURE CO. For Better Homes Try Our Easy Payment Plan Phone 569 Elk Building STRAP WATCHES Fine In Appearance, Reliable and reasonable in price. Novelty Jewelry No Costume Complete Without it F. R. MATHES, Jeweler SUCCESSOR TO C. H. WRIGHT 619 Fifth Street Opp. Postoffice LOG CABIN BAKERY Incorporated 611 Fifth St. Eureka, Calif. "Mabel won't marry the boy she has been engaged to." "No? Why not?" "It seems he took -- kuow Mabel can't stand anyone who talks 'way over her head." up aviation and became a sky writer and you Helen Marks: So the bootblack's vision bothers him? Hummy Gates: "Yes, he's always seeing spats before his eyes." She: Is Bill a popular boy? He: Sure is! Why, when Bill left town, twenty-three girls went back into circulation. "Everyone is craz ove of the insane asylum. y r me," said the inmate of the first floor Phone one 402 Fourth Street TERESA'S FRUIT CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers COMMISION MERCHANTS AND SHIPPERS FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GROCERIES, POULTRY CIGARS. TOBACCO AND CANDIES Eureka, Cal. 438 Offices in 243 California Cities Over 1,750,000 Depositors Total Deposits over ONE BILLION DOLLARS 0 , BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION CORPORATION OF AMERICA and its Investment affiliated BANKAMERICA COMPANY Identical in Ownership Combined Capital Investment more than TWO HUNDRED THIRTY MILLION DOLLARS EUREKA BRANCH BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 5th 8z F Streets HUMBOLDT COUNTY BRANCH BANK OF AMERICA 4th Sz E Streets 7 -1 THE WINCHESTER STORE FIFTH AND G ST. EUREKA, CALIF. An angler, who had been trying to hook something for the last six hours, was sitting gloomily at his task when a mother and her small son came along. "Oh!" cried the youngster, "do let me see you catch a fish!" Addressing the angler, the mother said, severely: "Now, don't you catch a fish for him until he says 'Pleasel' " CONGRATULATIONS ' to the Graduates and Students of the EUREKA HIGH SCHOOL May the training you received at our fine educational in.-stitution be the ground work to a successful life. EUREKA PRINTING COMPANY G Street at Fourth RAE W. BRYAN H. R. BARTLETT Standard Furniture Co. For Better Homes I Try Our Easy Plyment Plan PHONE 569 ELK BUILDING NEW COFFEE TAVERN and SODA FOUNTAIN A. M U EKA THE EUREKA INN A , IN mrs J G 'QEQ W . ' V r E R Y J Y J fj , El 234 f y , X QLYJEQQ. V J I ' 'I 3 In the Spring--A young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of baseball, tennis, golf, swimming, boating, hiking, riding, fishing, - - I Wonder who the new girl is who just moved in across the street? "No fur," said the hunter as the mink stole the bait. Madeline Kammerzell: Can you dance on one foot? Jack Daly: Sure. Madeline: Then keep off my other one. "I hear she has hair on only one side of her head." "No fooling?" "Yeah, on the outside." The impossible: A Chicago gangster dying a natural death. LLOYD WALLACE GENERAL GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 7th, Sz H Streets Eureka, Calif. ARTHUR JoHNsoN's HEADQUARTERS FOR Kuppenheimer Good Clothes Corner 2nd. 8: F St. Eureka, Calif. Hornbrook's Buster Brown Shoe Store R. L. HORNBROOK, PROP. 617 Fifth St. Eureka, Calif- "Give the little girl a chance." "Naw, make her buy one--we ain't running this raffle without a pay basis, are we?" Margaret Rogers: But, father, what am I to do without a rid- ing habit? Pop: Get a walking habit. "Have you a minute to spare, professor?" "I think so." "Well, I'd like to see you for a second." Graham Paige Motor Cars JH SLC Cvczlentine Go. Seventh and G. Street Eureka, Calif. Headquarters for Tennis Supplies Including the famous Hermetically Sealed Pennsylvania Balls Packed in metal tubes under pressure-always fresh exactly as they left the factory. C. 0. LINCDLN CD. 615 5th, Street Booksellers and Stationers Phone 76 c-Supreme in Style and CUalue FRIENDLY FIVE SHOES S C O T T Y H I S L O P The Shoeman 208 F St. Meet Me in Your Stocking Feet 432 2nd St. Roswell Liddle: "What day is today?" l K Joe Stemach: "Wednesday." Roswell: "Oh, Golly! I'm late." r ' Franny Moore: I've had such a hard life. At' they' age of eighteen I was left an orphan." H Barbara Graham: "What did you do with it?'l' ' "Here's where I lose ground," said the tramp ashe slidiintop the bathtub. ' ' M Never go swimming after a heavy meal-you won't' find it. when you think of NEW-- Think of Hinks! THIS favorite store is always on the alert for new and different merchandise. Whether you seek some item of apparel or an ad- dition to the home, it will likely be found here. B thing has the discerning stamp of dependability. Combined with est of all, every- "S 8: H" Green Stamps, with every cash purchase, Thrift is com- bined With Quality and Values speak for themselves. 5th and G Q p lI"58gH" Eureka ' Q Green Calif. q I I P Stamps Qualitu plus Service Get Your School Supplies, Confections and Athletic Goods The STADIUM George Moranda 2104 J Street LAWRENCE A. WING Physician Sz Surgeon Phone 677 1st Nat. Bldg. FooDS Leslie's, 6 8z F Good as Well as Cheap LESLIEIS, 6 8a F NEW METHOD CLEANERS NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD 310 5th St. Eureka, Calif. VICTOR RADIOS VICTOR RECORDS Graduation Books, Folders, and Greeting Cards MATHEWS MUSIC HOUSE "Everything in Music" Phone 2661 Eureka, Cal. Kramer Auto Supply Co. 426 H str. NEW PARTS FOR ALL CARS TOOLS AND SHOP EQUIPMENT MRS. E. G. 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