Eureka High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Eureka, CA)

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A, 2 - , , , .fur v. v ' J, N M . 4 m M' W A A. , , " 1 1 ' 54, --J ,Lb h14Cl7T'TL': v 4' X , is -N 5 NYPW, N ' , Q 1, M, w,4,,,1 A .rw Q4 ,IES .Z Aclministrators, Qur Friends pleased To present l WGTFGD IAXYEBI' We present our new superintendent of city schools, J. Warren Ayer. Mr. Ayer was born in Ohio and graduated from Otterbein College. Before coming to Eure- ka he was superintendent of the Monrovia Arcadia-Duarte High School and Monrovia ele- mentary schools. On Mr. Ay'er,s first appearance before the student body We liked him for his cheery smile and friendly way.He is interested in sports and good sportsmanship and believes E.H.S. ranks high in both. When asked what he liked most . l about us, he replied: NI was deeply impressed J. Warren Ayer by the students' friendly attitude." Welcome, Mr. Ayer, to Eureka! Besides Mr. Ayer, we have with us this year two new members on the Board of Edu- cation: Mr. Oscar Swanlund and Mr. Fred J. Moore Jr. Left to right: Fred J. Moore Jr.. J. XVzu-ron Ayer. President Dr. B. M. Marshall. Dr. John A. Belfils, A. J. DeLong, Oscar Swanlund, Page 10 A True Friend Leaves George B. Albee As We walk down beautiful Azalea Way to the Albee Stadium this year we see a bronze dial shining at the fork of thie paths and it recalls to our minds "Albee Night", June 2, 1939, when all the pupils of the Eureka schools participated in a program in honor of our retir- ing superintendent of Eureka schools, George B. Albee. This sun dial, given by all the pupils of Eureka schools, was presented at that time to Mr. Albee. The retiring superintendent devoted most of his life to the bettering of Eureka schools and his work cannot be praised too highly. Two of Mr. Albee's maxims were "Speak for what you want" and "Work honestly till you get it." , George' B. Albee The sundial presented to Mr. George B. Albee. Page 13 iglt s l ith M eo e Mesdames XV. U. Mahnkey, YV. IL Carter, Burt Evans, I DeLong P J INe1 J L Barkdull, Norman Jensen, Edward Telford. Where We Are Discussed Dad and Mother both Went to P.T.A. this year because of the night meetings. Officers for this year were president, Mrs. A.J. DeLong, lst vice-president, Mrs. W. O. Mahnkeyg 2nd vice-president, Mrs. W. R. Carter: secretary, Mrs. P. J. Neale, treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Barkdullg auditor, Mr. George W. Jamieson, corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. R. Smithg parliamentarian, Mr. J. Glenn, hospital- ity, Mrs. John Cooper, membership, Mesdames E. T. Telford, Peter Carrol, Ruby Shanahan, student aid, Mrs. W'.E. Timmons, Miss Margar- et Mathews. Mrs. L. M. Klepper, Mrs. Harry Caltoft. The organization provides an opportunity for parents and teachers to develop effective home, school, and community relationship for the high school age group. Page 18 Page 12 Page Faculty Facts Each season has its color scheme And every dame her own. And Mr. Glenn, the principal, By his red, red tie is known. Miss McGcorge and her blue Ford Are recognized for miles about. Girls' League and Redwood Bark, Are her hobbies, without a doubt. Senorita Mathews is lots of fun, You usually catch her on the run. At turkey feeds she holds the fort And loses on Stanford like a sport. Mr. Morgan talks about the moon Beaming bright at Big Lagoon. But passing by his school room door We hear him calling A. Bolenbach has charge of shop Which publishes the Bark. He also prints our fine year book. May his boys get a good mark! "To hunt, peck is not the goal," Says typist Minnie Smith, "Put out your gum and practice." She means it, that's no myth. Miss McMillan we all adore, Always mere keeping score. She never seems to be too busy Tc help Matilda, Marj, or Lizzie. Mr. Willard hails from Oregon, Coming to Eureka was his fate. Football, basketball, and track, For all of these .he has a knack. Says Mr. Roberts, history prof, "Buy the Bark or I will rave." He's moved .his classes to Room 13 Who can say that hie's not brave? Making us like the birdies sing, Miss Jacobson so rates That her girls' triple trio Is best in the Western states. Miss Beaver teaches civics high To seniors wise and mighty. They learn the hows and whys, Their votes will not be fligh.ty. Teaching English and history Is Mr. Vernon Kruse. A bachelor now, but not for long, He's really making news. l Our Miss Fitze1l's a dynamo, She never rests a while, On the run she gets things done And always wears a smile. If you would work so very hard tNo lying down and snorin'J Take wood work and work with wood Under Mr. John E. Doren. A teacher dear of math we had And no one could be kinder, Now we've lost that teacher dearg Mr. Hunter bold did find 'er. Miss Agnes Borg is big in. art Tho in stature she is small. Her pupils like to draw and paint, And their posters fill our hall. The "socialite" among our lot Is hostess on the lower floor. Tca well brewed, food so good, Oh, Mrs. Smith, do give us more. Weichselfelder waves baton And lo! as if by magic done Swells of music unsurpassed Roll from fife and horn and drum. To bookkeeping comes Jamieson, Very tall and straight. Little daughter is his boss. He really thinks she's great. Red heads. are 'known for temper But our Miss Clarke is not. She calmly teaches history And we like her a lot. The second .hand's the long hand, The minute hand's the short, But in Miss Berry's gentle hands You bet shorthand's no sport. Who makes us rule and draw And to the business stick Till we have made each plate? His name is Mr. Fick. If study's hard we roast the prof, We steam and boil and stew, We cam't get by without Mr. Frye When geometry's to do. Mrs. Knighton with her English K Coaches us each live long day. Readin', ritin', and lots of work, She's not going to let us shirk. Page 16 it Page 17 D slr--7 N' N.. ll Who makes the kids run after bugs Collections to acquire, And paste the victims in a book? It's Mrs. Dopplmaier. Mr. Bowersox from Fortuna way Trains us all as speakers. First thing he said, "I am glad, My cheering's now Eureka's." To all the youth of E.H.S. It's been a baffling mystery How Mr. Guthrie's one small head Can hold so much of history. She places jobs in willing hands 'fMiss Guidery is her name.J To help the folk of many lands Has always been her aim. She teaches us to write a poem Without looking like a martyr. Her pupils love all literature, This clever Mrs. Carter. In guise of civics oft we go On field trips here and there. Teacher on these pleasant jaunts Is Mr. Sanders, just and fair. When we have many themes to write Whom do we ask to save us? Who willingly gives all her time? Our librarian Miss Davis. Just enter Mrs. Klepper's class If you by any chance Would like to make yourself a coat From Pop's discarded pants. They say Latinfs dead and done But Miss Powell knows it's not. She uses words in our main line, Amo, Amas, Amat. About the work of Mr. Dreyer There's nothing slow or sloppy He'll just turn any old tin can Into a swell jalopy. Q 514 lib-Q. 4 N Q x 'YD N ' N N Mf 9 Q X VOM 'I f 1 Q ' Jun n Lfa AL lffrc L f V Grads And Uncle-rgrads Robb txeasurerg Glenna -Colwell, eouncil memberg Helen Ivancich, president Margery Cloney, secretary. Pace Setters? Yes, indeed, no class deserves this title more than our January Seniors. When they were just insignificant scrubs they seemed destined to lewd the classes following them. Remember the moving picture with Bing Crosby, "Running Wildu? That was their first big splash. It made the other classes sit up and take notice, didn't it? And Who can forget the Junior Senior "SnoWball', Prom that they presented? People are still talking about it. Didn't they' roll us in the aisles at their Senior Class Nite with their interpretation of "Snow Drift and the Seven Crusts"? And just mention their Senior Ball "Over the Rainbow" and Watch anyone who attended go into raptures over it. Pace Setters? Yes, they do deserve that title, don't they? The Pace Setters Blaine McGowan, president Page 20 Page Juanita Alkire Roderick Bryan Thelma Andrews Mercedes Carranco Patricia Bartlett Barbara Chesnut Virginia Bemier Donald Cloney Bill Brice Margery Cloney Margaret Britt Glenna Colwell rd ' M. Eldon Coon Jack Donelson Elenore Coon Geraldine Duley Stanley Crnich Bill Duncan Albert Curcek Edward Early Harriet Davis Ward Falor Patricia Dillon Bernice Fenell Page 22 Page 23 Beth Fork Florence Hanson Jeanne Giacomini Beverly Hazzard Charles Gordet Frank Heuschkel George Gundersen Virginia Hill Carol Hannah Lutrell Hilnman Ellen Hanson Charles Hurlburt Gale Hutchins Phyllis Kuhnle Helen Ivancich Arthur McCormack Dorothy Johnson Blaine McGowan Lois Johnson Elton Madsen Mary Johnson Floyd Marchi Dawnetta Kennedy Betty Matthias Page 24 Page 25 Lois Mero Evelyn Robb Calvin Millerbis Wayne Robinson Marie Montgomery Edward Rogers Barbara Nassi Brian Sanders Ethel Noga Hallyann Schardin Joan Ogle Ruth Schocker N Robert Seely Marjlorie Smith Homer Spellenberg Cora Stokes Irene Sudori Selvin Sundell Eugene Sundman Laila Takala Elmer Tarvonen Page 26 Page 27 Lewis Tomanovieh, Florence Tooby Marjorie Waters Virginia Zerlang The new imiuslrial building erected in 1939, dedicated to Yoi Canepa, vice-president, Betty Morrell, council memberg Jack Brennan, ryg Ceceliia Brazil, treasurerg Clifford Bauguess, sergeant-at-arms. What a list of celebrities we have among these graduating seniors! Lillian Granich, editor of the Sequoia, and Don Langer, the able business manager, Gil- bert Matson, the president, and Elton McLain, vice-president of the Student Body, head the list. Bill McGlearn was elected first president of Boys' League. Jean Bolger, Phyllis Hughes, and Marjorie Johnson hold the offices of presid- ent, vice-president, and treasurer respectively, in the Girls' League. Famous athletes in this class are Gilbert Mat- son, Don Langer, Gerald Coeur, Jack Brennan, Harvey Del Fatti, Wilson Myers, Clark Nellist, Darrell Brown, Bert Johnson, Elton McLain: Bill McGleam, Zane Nichols, and Paul Lucas. -Q-.,. Thanks For the Memories Charlotte Dudek, president Page 28 Mary Acheson Marion Begin Kenneth Anderson Mabel Belluomini Grace Andrews Alice Bognuda Martha Antilla Jean Bolger Leonard Argeri Cheryl Bonnickson Iola Bar-nes Cecelia Brazil ix .3 5 3 1 9 9 Xx 'X 1, 1 Nr. Jack Brennan James Caldwell Anita Brovelli Rita Campbell Darrel Brown Harold Canepa Marilynn Brown Ceely Carlson Ralph Bryant Gabriel Carranco Archie Bunch Gerald Coeur Roberta Cooper Elaine Elkins Marian Dalton Edra Emerson Robert Davis Ida Fanucchi Harvey Del Fatti Virginia Frye Judith De Long Michael Gierek Charlotte Dudek Phyllis Gifford Lillian Grandch Jean, Heinrici Wallace Green Sam Hiscox Lola Belle Gupton Robert Hoilien Arleigh Hale Teresa Hoilien Homer Harlan Robert Horel Stanley Harris Dorothy Hornbrook Page 32 Page 33 Marilyn Hotz Lois Jennings Eloise Housley Helvi Johnson Beverly Hubbard Inez Johnson Ellen Hurlbutt Marjorie Johnson John Ivancich Leonard Kaarte Glenn Jasper Juanita Kennedy M 3 Edith Klobas Bill Lax Millie Ann Koger Robert Lewis Elsie Lampi Harold Loewenthal George Lancaster Lorraine Logan Don Langer Jane Mahnkey Phyllis Larsen Gilbert Matson Page 34 Page 35 Audrey McAfee Patricia McMahon Richard McDonald Anne McMillan William McG1eam Vonna Melendy Lyrle McGowan Barbara Metcalf Elton McLain Agnes Mitts Beverly McMahon Lloyd Monroe Keith Moore Lois Nelsen T Betty Morrell Zane Nichols Helen Jane Morrow Lucille Olivotti Wilson Myers Galen Olsen Clarke Nellist Ferne Parks Clara Nelson Bertha Pickrell Page' 36 Page 37 Katherine Jean Pratt Edward Ruud Jacqueline Privette David Samons Jean Quarnheim Mary Scott Rosemary Quinn Gene Silvius Jim Retzloff Frederick Slack Ir ene Reynolds Henry Spini r f ! a l I r I I. as-F ,a 5, iz 49' 144' i r me ' ti. ' 'in' Bob Starkey Edward Traverse Barbara Still Marjorie Trott Lois May Stoneburg Mary Van Horn Adeline Sundell Harry Vanghan Margaret Sutherland Helen Vanghan James Taylor Muriel Wahlund Page 38 Wilma Carlson William Woodcock Helen Matilla William Woods George Watson Stanley Zabel Evelyn Wicks Genevieve Cunningham Wallace Williams Irene Dennert John Witte Bert Johnson Page 39 Cloe Johnson June Black Paul Lucas Kathleen Fleming Clara Meracle Phyllis Hughes Charles Sweet Arne Leskinen Emerick Baskovich John Meracle Milton Rasmussen Bill Michaelsen Esther Nordstrum Page 40 ht: Katherine Morgan, sevretaryg Rachael Bengston, student council: nings, sergeant-at-armsg Ruth Annette Jones, treasurer. Next in line to take the center of che stage are the low seniors, and they are a class worthy of tfaking over next, too. Their cooperativeness and dependability have long been valuable assets to the school. Their first big undertaking, a Valentine party for the scrubs, showed their grand cooperativeness when they backed the affair one hundred per cent. Helping the big play "Beginners' Luckv to become the big suc- cess that it was, was another way in which they proved both their dependability and cooperat- iveness because the committees in charge of put- ting the play over all worked diligently. Taking all this into consideration, they are a class truly worthy of taking over. We Ta ke Cver Next Merritt Neale, president Page 42 "' .41 "11 '- ' 111111 1111111111, X11 111111 1'111'111-13 X1-111 Il 11111 11111111-. 11111 1111112 1':11'11-11111 1l:1i11. 1'I11q1-111- 1'.1111. 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Then there':: Lyle Alkire, treasurer of the Boys, League, and of course Bill Prentice, newly elected captain of the football team. And pep? Witness their "Sadie Hawkins Day" after-school dance which drew such a record-breaking crowd. U With these qualities the high juniors are bound to succeed. I Q o Strong Eris Green, president Page 44 up I-. III L 4 ' Al 4. -L II1'IIlI'4'. Imp Ituw: II1-1'm:I'1 Ilislrin. 1'1n'm-Iills Imi:--rm. In-In ,Xnz 1-V. Ilnlr Ilfqm.-r, lfxw-fl I'muw. XVIII-5 Vmlsills. .WI Iimx, .XVII-igh lwI1I1':IluI-. tim-I I!u':-sI11-:ul's. IA II- .XIIQIV-f Ilnl I.l,nm-II-ln. IIIII-:url .Xlxvnm hh. . . - . ,, ,- - - II I.-'xx I.f+I+ I-lII4II1lx- I-1II1.wII1':nIl4 l Il:1l'In-s I:l'IIIIl'lIJIIIIIl, I':ll I IU-IIIX. III: In-xx, I':Ill'lwl:l Ilmxllw. S5lliI Iislrlm-Il'. Marx' I!l':lziI. IZ:nl'I:z1n:l ri1-In III:I--IQ, Iix.fI,xn Iiumxn, Alillflit' .Xnlu-V. Ill ' 'vm Imxx' .Xml .XllvI--rs--vu, M1111 In-vluxillu. Ih-Ilv ImII'. .Xlluiv I!:1 In I':uw-5, I-lx.: ,XIwx.nmIwl'. 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Jziwli Wilson, Qlw-mul llow: NY:1r1'c-n liuiwl, l!ill XY:1l1ll1ml. l.n-lim' Smith, Glenn SXY2lHiHll'ii, limi Stzxfvlon, VM'- mm llzihl. lirns-st xYXll1l'l'. Slzinlvy VVilkinsmm, llzllyxh Shirlmy. .lulm XYmv4l1m'li. l'hi1'1l lluw: 121-x'o1'ly 'P!lllll0l'. Phyllis liynn. XR-ru XVlii1,v. Glvtmzi Yzilln-rf-znmp, lmlw Iwo Tzmy- lmg Phyllis Ilivzlralo. llmmy lmu XYoml,:, John SlliilK'l'i2-lllli. liulu-rl NLlSSil'l'. .lzivli Tlmmpsou i"uu1'Ll1 lluw: lluxm-lily XYinzlx-V, lfciy 'l'lioi1iz1s. lmris Xvilillllli. Vlwolzi Skinm-V, Pant Sitts, Sung Wmuls. Marilyn Walsh. Alurion Yost, lmlzl Susiwh, .lm-rry Nl-wi-01114-1'. l'Ix'z111 llushiug. Imloni liuw: lim-hilly Blaming, Iwi .Ivan Smith, Viola 'i'ilOIll2lS, Lilliu XYzilL1u1l, M:L1'g':u'ct Vizllc Null-mx SL-zirlvtt, Wilma XY1'igluy, Mildred Trolt, llurlmiu llhodcs. Page 46 We Are The In-betweens Louis Rhea, president Page 47 sijf Left to right: lVl2ll'22Ll'Ol Donovan, Vive-presidentg Glennis Mulkey, secretal Vista Cannam, student couneilg Desmond Shanahan. Maybe not so big, but mighty just the same. Though still quite new to senior high school the low juniors have already made quite a place for themselves among the other classes. This is not strange, though, when you consider what val- uable assets they were and how badly they were missed from Junior High. Their original 9H dance is long to remain as an inspiration for the other junior High graduating classes. And now their after-school ,dances are famous because they're so much. fun and seem to have such a friendly atmosphere. They're good sports, too. They had to be to undergo initiation which Wel- comed them to high school. We know that by the time theyire seniors they'll have made names for themselves. lon l'u'L11r-n 'IN-11 How: Imsliv 1214-ml. Gmvrgv Uonmz, Hill llinning. Ilivlizllwl llzmim-lsmi. .lwlln Grislizim, G4-nv li2lI'iUillii4 Eldon l':ifll'l'S4'l'1v 'Fum Uillfilxtl. lillgil Kvlly. vom! Iinw: Ifrzlnk Gzlsiwr. Iicmlrlivsls-1', 1':11'I DCXif'll'IlIl4ll'y Bill i'llY1lliYlLiil2llll. HOA' 1'l'2lllT'iUW- MVN' 1'm'1lm', XY:lll:i1'v Illllimt. Art Rriwlcoy. Alle-n IQVYIII. lliini Itnw: l'1'issu!:1 Iinndsn-n. .lzxnvt Aggvlf-V. Mzn'qzu'r-l lmnovzln, i'xt'l'll Fil2flUV H11ViHl"f' Emi' Lillian .11-nninxs. lmis Ilill. Toni Iiellvy. Iutlmn lluxvz IiOi1'I1i:iLll'l'k4 Mzirizln I.:1ng'o1', Nelliv Mau Ibivkson, Vista CIIIIHZINI. Mary Ivan 1-ivll, I':1t lihlllhiili. l.:11n':u Ifivuns. liilliun livzlslvy, filxlilllfit' I'Iz11'ly. luttmn l'1m'tu1'v, 'Pup llmvz I'iiIN1'l' Yzmtvx. 1'l1:1rlvs Stovklon. Imuio XYilsnn, lin Mz1r'Millz1n, irivllt S021 rcs, Gino Finioni. Su-um! Ilow: .Iohn Ilzxdirlx, .Iohn 3iilllI'l'l', Louis Iiiwzl. .lormno Swanson, 'I'mn YVvSifuII, NVln 'Mi' K1-0. liivli XYl1i-tstmug. lhnul Ilow: G14-nnis A1lliiif'X, 3lZll',s22ll'4'I Swanson, Put 1.1-Yzilloy. lViIll',i0l'it' Nu-llist. 1,41-I Ulsm lNIz11'ju1'iL: SL'i1l'!ll!l- Slnirlvy Mulln-n. Maury 1.1-c XVing, lN1zL,ry Mvlmllan. lnurlh How: lflstlwi' Silva. lmris Ulwnnvlli Gladys llolmrts, Hzlrlwznmi Miluttv, liln-rnm,S1vw:11t Ifllvis S2ll'il1llli. IIz1.1'1-ivt Ms-l'lm-llfin. Iris Ms-1'1'ilL llorothy Vimuntm-1. iotlmn llow: XXH151141 Nussi. Nurinzi Xvilllvll iiK'l'll'1lfi0 Pinto, Susiu lJ'l'lrlH1Ul', Minnig Tziikx i?L'i1!l'k'S Sllliiil, Mznrilyn 1'vt1-rsoii, liixlm Sll1l1islI'UI1l, .100 SIIOOIILIII. LYWEW- 1.5.-I V ii! . ii' - insignificant ? Sophs I Jimmy Morrow, president Page 49 lift to right: .limmy Smith. t1'v:1s11ror: Brett Mvlendy, vice-prmsiden Cart Nelson, student l'0IlIl1'ilQl'idil,ll Skinner, secretary. Though we call them insignificant we must admit they're rather hard to overlook, for the high sophomores number two hundred and seventeen strong. Some of the high sophomores, thought, still new to Eureka high, have already made quite a name for themselves. For example, there's jimmy Morrow, president of the class and a good prospect on the lightweight basketball team. jimmy, of course, is only one but we could go on and name many others just as talented. As yet the high sophomores have not had many activities but their first dance, a leap year dance, proved that they are able to put things over in a big way. It's no wonder, then, that though we feel theyire insignificant now, they're not going to be that way long. 5 a.. ,ab 11111 1'i1"lI1'-J, '1'l111 1111111 114 1'11111'1-11111. XY111, 112121t'X. 1':11XY11l 1'111111111111'1z1i11, 11111's1'1111I 1zj'il1'11. 11211 1lz111lxvi11. 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Melvin 1JI'1I111i'11, 1io111111- 111111 111111111, kins, .14 11:1111-1's1111-11, 1:1111L'1't 11'i1,L:':1s. 11111'i111 Ihxvis, B111 1+I1'i1is1f11. liosulie 1J2l'. l1l'111lIl, ll11a11'l11111: G11-rszxn. 1111111111 1l11xx': .111111- I1I1'i111s1111, .l111111111: 1111111-11, 11:1.1'11z11':1 1111111.51-, 1111111111 1,11x'1111111Y . .1111'112lI'11 1'11f1'ey, 1':YO1Yl1 1V391l1I'2'l,l'1K'1P, Lolloy I.z11's11r1, 1111011111 177l1Il1il11, 1.1aV111 13 1fIv:1 1 :11'1':1n1A11. 1:l'C1'l1C'11, 14111 111-W1-y 1"1-liz, '11111'1i1- l111JVl'1', 111x'1:1', 1111111- 21111. 1T11ff111'11 11115- 'L'1111111't, 11'1':1.111i 111:ll111111 11111, 1,1'111111ing. Page 50 ,as DQS 06 . X - 'I'11lr l'iI'lH11'. lilllmrrl tm-Hun! Iimx Alm-1'm1 'I'lxil.I liuw: Nl:lI',lnI'i1 Ilnllvml II-mx .ldzrzsnll Ilultom Vin-111+ IMI. I .Inv XYH 'I'I:1'n-lm' 1'l', 1'lIl'l 'I'nin'd Iimx: lsr-M4-, N Smith. lfullfblll Huw im- 'I'41l'l mir. Pngm- 51 Il In-ll XI N- mul Illvwg In 14 I ll rightg Perry Delaney, student councilg Lueile Pira, seeretaryg Melvin lderson, boys' league eouncilg Elmo Patten, vice-president. They are the babies of the school. Our new- est editions. But they're not going to be the babies long. They're out to scale the heights and become one of our very best classes. Bill Miller, president, and Barbara Susaville, sec- retary of the 9H class, proved that their class wanted to get along and cooperate with our other classes, When interviewed on the radio the first Week of school. In Junior High they were the big shots, but now, in high school they're nobodies. Instead of crying over their lot, though, you'll find them being good sports and studying hard so that by the time they'r-e seniors they'll have made something of themselves. Climbing Scrubs Bill Miller, president Page 52 S I . 54 114 lullwln In I1 I'u'1+n. 4.lXv Mlwrm 4-mi Lux I'--n my inl Imxx IH-'-'-X . I-rp I -:xx 4IxIIm1I Ilnn , ' 1 NWI. I-Iwq-'nv Irilly ll:u'14fX ,I:1n1-'sun I..-slip V.. ' Ilf' Im. XX:1X' I,-Xuwly Imlxin ICI1 'II1lu'lnI'n ' , wsu 5: :sun .Xlrxwml .Inn-fs. Xl:xiI .I1vIn11sm1, .I. -S -1: : IIII4 H- lxmln l"4-In-Il X' Yllinf-X llulusvll. XIXVUH f'I'JIlIll'l'. Imrmld XVHIIIIHILIXIIIIII. IH-wry' IH-Izlm-X3 ll:1l'oI4I nun Xl-Ixm Xu-In mu Ixwrzn-I I4Il1X lmlx Imm rm X111-s1uII1MIn I -.N lrullnx llllll H41 IIIIIV IIIXII4 1.11llw-1 I11-1II4 Xml-1 lllll- lw11111.IwX1l IIXQIIX Ilxl-:IX I ul I 11X Ixvlxn l1IIX 1.ul4lu Xlwu xl 'XX Manx 1 I.eIlX, NIIIX l..XX-l.- lllllll 1XII'I I .1111 5 X11 lx I 4-nfl I.nX I' ZH. lmmzx :III Ilwxx Mmm I rar- lfw Il l.unl:ny.1 XX' , - . X . wx, . A H .. . , -. -sun. ,. 1 ... A :':Xls. wuz. X'i4l.u .I1'3llI l':al'lm-'X-zu-I Xl'll'x lllullw-em Xl'nI'iull Hlllllu X ' . .. V X . . .. - 'sf 11. M:u1'1lXn S, Alnrilxrl Il'-mw. Iilanim- .lm-mfs-'11, .Xun-'S ml1'11n1iX-M. Il+-IHA ll:1X1l.-n, wxx' XXIII. 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X -uv " 43 +132 '1 -IS. as A 4 2 - -- " -- , . - : HUXIXXIIII. llvlwulfiim- Q44 fa DL X? a Q nj u " J- ul O Q' A X it A 'i x A Busy Life The Govemed Democracy! Thatis what We have at E.H.S. A student body of 860 members carries on the work of a democracy through its elected repre- sentatives who comprise the Student Council. Each class elects its Council members who meet with the president and secretary of the student body every Monday, except the Monday preced- ing the monthly student body meeting. Besides a council there are regular student body officers who carry on the work of their respective offices. The council passes on all budgets for the school year, and votes all money to be expended by the student body that is not included in the approved budget. It passes on all schedules for games and the social calendar. All questions concerning tlie student boly are brought before the council first. Miss Smith and Mr. Doren are the able advisers. Page 56 And the - 1 l ,. an-va 'Pup l'i1-turv, 'Frm llww: Ilivk S-wwtt., buys' :ltlulvtiv lllillllllllvlf Mr. lmrvu, zulviscr, lfvrmlinz Grzmil-lm, sm-rg'-11111-all-arms, svvoml How: lmnallal Ilum-nn, 1-ln-1-1' ll-:uh-rg Al1ll'lUll IL-gin. sung' I1-:uh-1'g Gvurgiu xvllllill1lS, G :xtlllvliw lllllll2lL11'l'Q Miss Smilll. :1-lvisl-n'. lhvttmn llow: XV:xyn1- Nussi. m-ln-1-1' l1'Iltll'l'Q lmlu Rlanssvi, ll'1'IlSlll'0l'Q llillwrl Maxtsnn, pr:-sid Elton M1-llnin, vim--prvsimlvnti lllvllm l'i4-ri, sl-vw-1:1l'5', Hnttmn I!lK'llll'l'. 'Pup Huw: l'uHm'il lll1'lIllM'l'SI llzxwllxu-l lh-Huston. Jill: Uzlrol Inv Nvlsnn. H1-V4-l'ly XVlllZll'l', :ll,1'Al2ll'llB'!1 IN-ll-rsun, Zllg lllvllm l'i1-ri, S1'K'l't'l!lI'YI Miss Smith, :ulvisl Svvnnml lluwi Mr. lmwn, :ulvisvrg tlilwlwy Matson, llI'l'Sl1lt'lllI Hlvnnan Vulwn-ll, llli livtty Morrcl Governing Page 57 Gilbert Matson, preside-nt We present Your Sequoia Lillian Granich, editor Ilow: Tm-z .luizusom zxssislulml nrt. wlitorg i'x1'2lIli'iS Nazis, identificationg Phyllis Ilic':11'1l0, zirl wlitorg Lillian f:l'21l1ii'il. editol'-in-Chiefg Judith Ilvlimvrig. 1-opp' oditurg Bllll'Q2ll'0l Vinh-. assistant editor. ml limv: .In-my Nvxwunim' and Mix-Imol Gian-k. assistant art cditorsg Frewd 1"4wr1s, zlssistzn nt lmusinoss lHilH!l,L1'01' A .gin ' .- Page 58 'Pon How: l':l'Hl'St Yates. IDl'l'SSlll2llIQ .Im-k XVlll"t'i0l', linutypog Joe Luis, Mr, Bolenhaeh, Sm-om! How: lion 'I'ziylm', Dl'CSSYUZlY'lQ Bob Kesler, linotypeg Bob Hartniun. makeup. LNot sliovs J oe Noun, linotype. Don Langer, business manager Page 59 We have made this "Sequoia" YOUR book. We have dedicated it to you, the student, and planned it the way we thought you'd Want it. Our brain-child has been a real job, but a lot of fun. A thousand thanks is too weak to express our feelings to Mr. Doren for his unselfish will- ingness in taking all the pictures. Miss Fitzell with her business ability is the one who made the "Sequoia" workable. With- out her it wouldn't be. Miss McGeorge was aswell!" The print shop under Mr. Bolenbach had the real task. They did the big job. And all this for you, the student of Eureka High. We hope you like this, Your "Sequoia," 2 ui oluln, 'ne Is- G -l u . I . nita A t. STOA, N my, r- emb ,-2 e I . - ' H- y P K e ! ra 'an . u,-es - me m4: to 4:45 kiwi by 15-min I ' ' " I o I lil Q br . Jupil Tom - W' an-'H l - C ' , Silk? 1 nd ' , u m, nna T DENTS A ITED S ETY Y G L T T111 L ALL OFTHL HAT '1"B?l' AMP ifornx Santa io s enry the U ' Jo - 0 e Sa l - 1 g air H ubert ' of Califonn' SanJ n lows ' W ' 4. Part Sit nto 1 ss. be Gre y - C . y , 4 0 es i- . OHS 3 U 1 b 1 rr-'w Qoving Qeporters Mary Budicellich, editor ' ' ' nd B .- t ' . a w fo U N Ma AT O t I " G ST-' . . HI 1 - 0' n 1 40 V I .L. lf' . .. 3 R A l Row: Clmrlvs VViemz1i-s, Hill Brive, Jac-k Brennan, Rod Bryan, Herman Bistrin, Brian Sanders. md How: Vnnna Molemly, lislitll lilubas, Fred Slavk, Don Hurst. Vd Row: Ed lluud, llzilpli Ny,L:'zu'd, Ed Tl'2LVQl'SE', Jack Cloney. rth How: Rosalie lluffinld, Isla Ifanlinl-lui, Juanita Kennedy, Eloise Housley. om Ilnw: Juzmita Alkiro, Mary limlic-cllil-li, Marian Dalton, Adeline Sunderll Both Fork, Page 60 Kxgnonll 'Imp llow: .lurk Wllw-I1-V, linolylwi .lolin lV1lllL'll'll. linotypeg Rob Kesler, linotyp0:Mr. Bolenl N nl I xx lm lux llllfllillllllt .1-vu 1 In 'I - ' makeup. LJ' Merritt Neale, business manager Page 61 i sg 4 ' "a 1 liriotypv. 1Not sliownj Don 'Faylol' and Bob Hartj The reporter of the Redwood Bark. our weekly newspaper, plods along, seeking subjects that interest the average high school boy and girl. His efforts, however, marks but one of rhle steps in the progress of the paper. The production crew in the print shop under the direction of Mr. Bolenbach set up the copy on the linotypes and run it through the press to be distributed Friday afternoons. Next, there is the business staff, guided by Mr. Roberts. They collect the dimes from sub- scribers in each room and attend to the deliver- ing of the papers. They also solicit ads, collect the bills, and keep the books. Another regular duty of the Redwood Bark staff for the past four years has been to broad- cast a IS-minute program over station KIEM every Wednesday after school. Campus so-eds Jean Bolger, president Top Row: Margery VVater's, pep: Mary Van Horn, clean-upg Juanita, Alkire, programg Marion Begin, social. Sec-ond llow: Gladys Smith, programg Faye Thomas, basemontg BH,I'b3,l'H. Cai' roll, liousekoepingg Elizabeth Kramer, hospitalityg Cleota- Skinner, gardeng June Mvliain. red 1-rossg Margaret Havens, sunshine. Bottom How: Evelyn XVic'ks, poster: Sue NVoods, uniformg Lorraine Logan, pep' Janey Morrow, hospitalg Beverly Wing, decoration. , Page 62 -Q-,vw "This meeting will please come to order," sounded the voice of President jean Bolger of the Girls' League on the third Xlifednesday of every month during the school year. This organization, which includes every girl in the school, welcomed the first semester scrubs with a party and gave a Valentine tea for the second semester scrubs and their motlazrs. Following the theme, "Develop- ment of Personality," programs were presented 'during the first semester on such subjects as "Care of the Hair", "How to Select Clothes," and I,vi'I to ripzlul: Iilris lil'4't'll. v11l'i'i-svoiiiliiig si-i'i'i-t:1i'y3 Phyllis lluglies, vice-pl uEtlql1CttC.,, iclontg lVI?ll'j .Iunv llnlsluy, S4't'l't'l2ll'j'Q .Ii-:nn Holger, prosiili-nt: Janet Agp A Leap Year Dance, a Mothers' i-V, si-rm-ziiil-:xt-:nrinsg Lois Jolinsou. St'1'l'1'l2ll'j'. iNol sliownj Mu.1'jorie .lc son, lI'4t2lSIll'l'l'. tea, Friendship Day, Song and Yell contest, were a few of the projects carried out by the league through its com- mittees. Much cheer was brought to the patients at the county school for the Tuber- culous by the monthly programs presented by the Hospital committee. This year's donations to the foods drive at Christmas were the largest ever gathered in this school. New committees formed this year are Pep. Grounds, Poster, and House keeping. fm Page 63 ow George Tracy, Margaret Donovan, Royal Potter, Patricia Dillon. 1 Row Lillian Granich, Merritt Neale. Qrators ol: the Year It was a clash between the classes in the an- nual speech arts Contest of 193 9. Lillian Granich claimed top honors for the high junior class in the upper division with her speech on "New Frontiers for American Youthf' In the lower division Merritt Neale, speaking on "The United States to Light the Way", gathered honors for the low junior class. It was a big day for the juniors. The other two orators in the upper division were George Tracy and Patricia Dillon. Lower division contestants, besides the winner, were Royal Potter and Margaret Donovan. The annual speech arts contests are a source of friendly rivalry between the classes of Eureka high. Page 44 Page 65 Nelda Pederson. Clarmnziv Hams. Marion Begin, Oriel Poscic, Slmloy Nilsen Maiy Geitnel Katherine Joan Pratt, Coral Vifooden. Ji-anne Johnson, Miss Jacobson Victors at Treasure Island Nine snappy girls dressed in chic white skirts and sweaters walked away with top honors at the National Fifth Regional Music Contest held in May 1939 at Treasure Island. The girls, as you have probably already guessed, were our own Girls' Triple Trio under the direction of Miss Pearl Jacobson. Of all the groups entered from California, Nevada, and Arizona, this was the only group to receive "superior" rating. It Was necessary for the girls to compete in the glee club and choir section as there was no classification for triple trios. In recognition of the girls' splendid singing they were given a silver plaque. And so, E. H. S. wins again. Pop Pix-lllrv. 'Pup llow: l'. Vzmuplwil. .14-rmnc Swanson, Gone '1'hom:lS, Brian Sanders, b -Il'Illlil1L3.'5, -I. l'u1llUl', Iloln-rt lmvis, th-orgv XVilson. Mr. Kruse, Mr. Hunter, How: Hob 1.4-wis, Jzunus Mc'f'l:1skoy, L. Alkirv. IC. Mc-Lain, .lolm VVitt0, Jimmy Morrow, Nrritl Nculo. Frm! Nouns. Bottom l'il'Ull'0. Top llow: .lzlvlg I:l'f'llfl2ll!. 13011 Johnson. U. Ncllist, Bob Brennan, Hex lilimul. limb lim-slvr. Vlxm-k Gordvt. up L'o:1vh XX'ill:u'-l. l'. I,1rv:xs. V. Nvlson, Uvn lI1Q.!'l'2lil1lHl. llzirvoy lJv1l+'utti. Hou lim " lson, ,Xnlulplx Col-4h-11 f1t'l'l'X f'4N'l1l'. Iiill I'VvI1tiv0. .............. .. low: II. Nmwoll. lf, M:11'wI1i, Ir. lirown, Kenmsth Amlerson, Gibby Matson, VVil1'l'l3Il lud, Hill H1'iC'v. How: XYm, B14-1111-11:11, lion l12lH2'K'1', Edflic Ruud, Elton NMcLz1in, Dorman 'VVil1:u'd, no Nichols. n Page 66 K X.,-f 7 I,- S1'Hl"I'9 Twp l'lvlr'rn-. 'Pup lluwi llimlwin Malllu-s. Ilryw-l'mx11is'li Imvicl 4'l1ristv11s1-11. S1-1,-nu! llmvz .lumm-S lillllllvllll. Silas II1-ss, llmmlfl Hurst. lin-tl M--lm-mly. In-roy l10iYlIl Imttmvl Iluxxg Lyle- .Xlliilwy Iiulv S12ll'lil'X, Ilunzllml lNlzl'pl14-rsml. -, - - fy , 1 v l'.X1.XI,IIZlI. I-ullwln 1111-11111-. lop lmwg 1.4-orgv XX:1lxm14 Ih-rt .lulunsum lmrmull Xhllukl lI:l1'ul1l Hlsf-11. llilln-ll AIIIISIIII, .lzlwk 4'lmwy4 Z2lIl" Nivlmls, Hun Vlmlvy. llvnry' Sp I7lIIl'flIl. Iv:u1'zw-I IIVIPXXH, Mr. W1-ivlnsf-Il'4-hh-1', Siu .IuIms4m. Ne-ls .I4wg.gcl1sun, Sw-mul Iluwz Mr. S5llllfl'I'H4 K1-mu-ll: .Xr11In-rsun, liulv Slzlrkvyl Ilunn-1' SlM'Ht'lllN'I'2'4 Ifluyql Nl llt In Ivzxylml Ml1rl':15'. Alilllil! Ilzlslllllssvrl. Nr. l"im'k. Ilwltmn Huw: Wzuymr llulrillxnll. 1'lmrlQ-s Iiurlhlll. l'l:11'kv Nu-llisi, lhmrulnl lllll'S. 'I VUIIUI1, Ilnlph liryzlnt. Pagv 67 1 llllltl In An outstanding musical group of E.H.S. this past term has been the A Cap- pella Choir, composed of forty trained voices under the direction of Miss Pearl Jacobson. This group first appeared in their maroon gowns and white cassocks at the November Student Body meeting. From then on it has been a continual rush of performances, the Union Thanksgiving service, a Christmas Candlelight service, the Christmas Forum, the downtown Christmas tree, the Finnish Relief program, the Easter Sunrise service, and frequent broadcasts. To climax the year's activities the group is planning a trip to San Francisco to compete in the National Fifth Regional Music Contest. The Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, also under Miss Jacobson's direction, have been in the spotlight' much during this past term. During the Christmas season tl1ie combined clubs gave a Christmas Carol concert at the community tree. The Girls' Glee broadcast a concert of Christmas music. Both clubs participated in the Annual Music Festival held at Humboldt State College. ..,,.,, . . . . ,. . , 1 l Top Row: Joe Barkdull, Mervyn Solvage, Bon Ingraham, Gene Barkdull, Bryce Conniek, Leonard Argeri, Eddie liuud, Franuis Carroll, Pat Le Valley, Lutrell Hinman. Second Row: Bob Seely, Dick Mclionalcl. Darrel Flaherty, Jack Thompson, Miss Jacobson, Em-Q-rick Baskovich, XVarren Iluud. Bud Myers. Charles llosvoe. Third llow: Janet Ag'g:'vle1', Put Olson, lg21l'l!21l'?l Carroll, Dorothy Pimentel, Patricia McMahon, Agnes Long. Gladys lloherts, Pat Giannini, Maury Geitner. Bottom llow: Marjorie Nellist, Mary lvancich. Dolores Dreye-r. TVilma Carlson, Marian Lan- ger, Minnie Tatka, Coral YVoode-n, Katherine Jean Pratt, Lois Johnson, Page 68 Z. 5, ' ii i , if fi . .J Pago 'Vwp limi. AIIIIHI1' Izulim, Imih lw-IIA In-Ili lA"2l1'+z I.ilIi:m ix:ii'zu-Ii:1.ln-, Inns lxii'lu-nw. .I:mn- Hn-ss Maniy 41--iliivrx Iiluim- th-iliin-ig Iwi .li-:m Smilli, X'ii':ii1i:i I"i'yu-. llllizzilu-th lQr:iim-in N4---mul iiuxx: I':il 1Ilsi'll..l2lIIl'l .Xqgi-li-V. I':ll Im Xullvy, ll1ll'll:ll':l I'I:ii'Iv. 3l:11'y lvzilivi 'Ii, Mary' l.n-1 Wing, In-I4-in-s Slllilil. I.iIli:m .lf-imin:H. liznlln-lyii Illu-:i, .Xmm .Iuyiiv lllllli, Maury liluluis, ll:lyl4-'l'illHlI1rllS. Mnllzuli Imltmi. ,XLZIIPS lmnu. Hlzulys Iluln-Vis, Iiuirml Iiuxvi 414-iii-x'i4-xv4'Iii1ningii:iii1, llulu-l'I:u l'uu1u-ig IIIIIIHX Imii XYmnls. liil:u l.wvli11l'il. .lf-:ln II:uI..fy-Sim-li, I'IIv:11iui' XYUIQ, Yiilri .li-:in 1':ii'inivll:u-I, Mary llrznlixim. lmm .luImsm1, ,Xiuln-3 XX':iI1+i'f. .Kam-s Mills. Nurniu .li-:iii llil'I'm'ml, Imrulliy .Xiiile-lsuii. lmirili lynx, 1'ii.ni'I1viI4f Irluh-li. Nl:llQi111'i1- Nvllisl, Iii-ll5 3lul'1'4-ll, l':iill l.iii-us. XXMSI1-3' l'1-lm-Vsiui l1,.ii.1 Sgimims. .Inv Al.-lnmzllil. Hill Ixilliiirii. Mary Prim. Luis Iimiili-yy Imimtliy Still. Ii:i!l:il':i Sliil. l'iIlii Iluxx: ling--ni:nix lgiliim. Imis i':l1It'Ill'!21'I', l':ll l'I:ui'l5. Ilill llziglwy, Xlilluii llzlll. l'Iilw:li'il 1'4it'I'm:nli. iillrbvli Hiistqllmwii. Ile-iiry Sliilli. ,luv llzlrkiliill. l":lilIl .X1i1lll1S. Nlzllilmlzl Silsivh, Iiillii .l--nw-ii. Qixlli lgfixxi 11.15 XYiIli:ims. I"l':ii1-'vs llwxui, XYiIm:i 4':ni'lsnii. lluiizul-l Ilnlsluii. iiil'ilill'Al 1'ulil'i-Q-, Iiill AIMII1-zmi, Iniu l,:xi1:s-ig l'i-li- fiilllviiil. ll:-l'i'y Vu-'11i', Ili-li-ii ,Xml Nwih-l .li-sm lmwis. Iinsrilxn Svin-II, I'IX'vl3'l1 .XlImI'Il. Q.-xi-iilii In-iii Lfliw l,:11's1'n. AIIII'I4Ill Illilvlivsmi, rxiruli Luis. I-ill Lux. lu-ith Mmnw-. XXIIIIUH ig,,,,,1. i:,,i, ,i,,14i.1i.-li, 1'lu:ii'I1-S l1,ii-idsmi, In-un ltwinivr, I':it 4li:nimiui, .Xum-s liI'illli1'il, I-lx' .-lin In-Viw' Irma: II4-lslrliii. i'.,l1.,i.. lznw, If--Inv l':nz'Ixs. ,xllf-linv Similf-II. Alvllm lmnlripi l'Ii:xi'I1-s llusi-my I-jihliv limi-1, 41--nv iZ:ui'l4-lull. Miss .lzim-bs1vl1, l"1'i'flii1:1ml llrzmi--Ii. lm limi Smith, I'3ll'Ul 1'i':il+ti'1-v Murilyii liiwuwii, lmi-4-Ilii Iluriilli'-+-lk. .Xl14il'l'j' IXIv,Xin-1-, Left to iight: Beverly Wing, Eris Green, Bonnie Green, Dorothy Still, Audrey Waters, Lois Kirkemo, Frances Naas, Ann Radich, Betty Morrell, Earline Ingham, Dorothy Brazelton, Peggze Hibbert, Doris Hanson, Frances Prather, Eleanor Wing, Camellia Halkides. Music on Parade Eureka High is so proud of the largest and best-balanced band and orches- tra it has ever had, that it has constructed a new and very modern band and worchlestra building which was officially opened February twenty-third with a half-hour radio broadcast presented by the orchestra. From the opening of Teachers' Institute in October to their spring concert held in May the Eureka High School orchestra has been busy with its many engagements and concerts. After playing for Teachers' Institute the orchestra was complimented by one of the guest speakers as being one of the best high school music groups that he ever heard. A huge crowd attended the Easter pro- gram which the band and orchestra together with the a cappella choir gave in March, and the audience went away greatly pleased with the performance. The annual music festival was also the scene of a splendid program given by both the band and the orchestra. 2 During the fall the band appeared in numerous parades and at all the foot- ball games. At the football games during half-time the band performed many elaborate marching stunts which were very successful because of the excellent weather. The band also made a fine appearance in May when they appeared at the annual Field Night. The Sweet Sixteen Majorettes, which were the largest group of baton twir- lers Eureka High has ever had, were a very attractive feature at the football games and numerous parades. Each of the sixteen girls who make up the group has the responsibility of training one girl to take over her place after she has graduated, thus assuring the continuance of the group. As a whole the band, orchestra, and baton twirlers are organizotions that any school would be proud' to have. All of the groups are always ready, willing, and able to appear in any public function and their performances have won them tlie praise of all the citizens in the community. Page 70 EUREKA BAD NF 4 1 Allilwmv 1+ lf li Pagv 5.-1-fmfl Huw: XY, 4ll'l'4'lI, V. IM- Lung, li. t'r:unI'i1-ld, lull mvllllw-. 'Pop Ilmv: IS. l'im-In-s. M. Ilawn-ns, K. .XIllI1'l'HUll. XY. Elliot. J. IIllll'hiIlS. ly Llit- vlu-Il, J. 'l'1u'k, W. Vllllllilllllillll. .l. lhwlgvr, II, XYumh'oa'k .l. 1'I1u1l-wluill. IC. I':4lI4-11. Y. Vulxsins. I'. IlwI:1r11-X. . Ihiul Imw: I'. Hrimlmn-H. Il. llill, P. 1li1'I'm-lvl, 11. Amll' " l4'um'llz Huw: ll. Slullv. H. Nvlsml, Al.I:1'I'Ili1'l'. J. Swzrnsmm, li. mu. 11, Smith, ll, Mulkoy, I-1. XYill1l'l', .l. XX'.ym!vm-la. I.. I,+:u:m, J. Mnlmkvy. Ii, Morgan, ' ' ' W. XX1'1p:'l1-N. IP. Ilzllslvy. 4.ux.1mn, IV, luvliilllll. li. l5l'll,LZ1' M, l.iIIl21'l'. V. ,I-ulmsml, M. Sll'5'lVl'., 41. .I4vl1ns4111, I'. Ulm-11. lmllmn Ilww: J, If':1lm', .X, W1-mlt. II. llurkf-, Ib. I,:lmIm--rl, I.. Mzllullin. l'. .Xil'llI. Ihvllum xlivlllrv. filllvl' Ilnwi M. Wulal. A. Mrllwuy. W. XY1rmls. I.. Mznudlin. ID, I.:lmlu-rl, V. U11- Alvli. S4-1-'xml Huw: H. II:1l'l:l11, IP. Iflzxiu-r'lA'. 'I'. I!:1.l1lwin. l'. flil'I'm'wI, IS. XX'omh-uvli, IC. lG:11'Iy. H. l'in- vhws, 'Vigil-Il lnm: M. lhwlqwilll. li. HlII'llHlll, If. Ihlrks, Z. Hill, Bl, llmluvaul, I.. Muln-y, l'. 1:I'0x'll, ll. M1-M:ulnf11.1l. Slllilll. I"lllII'll1 llwwi IZ. l.1-:skim-ru, XY. 4':,1w-, M. IIx'm:m, II, lhvyd, Il. I.wm:u'Hl, I". lXlz1tIn-s, IG. llvllifv, M. Sluylvr. .l. Ihllkmllrll. I'. Airtll, .I. l':1l'lu:l', I.. Milvllvll, M. Murvis. l'. l.1'Y:1iI,0Y, 5. I,--Yaxllm-5, MV. XYl'i1'llSt'lfl'1lll'I'. U IIllll'l' lluw: I', Ilihln-rl, I-I. lilllul, V. 1lI'l'l'i1lll, Ii. Wilkinsem, IC. S:ll'g.:m-nl. l'. Alvxlllllllll Nl I'mli4'm-llivll I Polgvl' 71 ,,, ...f . iiila live il-l2lY0l', Eileen Ogio llortliy Button. .Ioan Ogle, llosaiie lluf ld. Lillizm Beasley, 'i'Sl0l'0l1i'L' Toolwy, ll01'Otlly Pil'il, Susie OliiiOI1ll1Pl', Leslie and. : Juanita Alkire, George Baker. uw: Anne McMillan, Lillian Hrariivll. linlpli Bryant, Xlv2l.11iki.I'6 Elliot, Row: Bob Starkey, Frank VVilSon. camera lziends and their Candid Angles Here are our high school camera club enthusiasts caught in a most candid manner on a field trip to the light house at Table Bluff. The members of the Sequoia Camera Club took almost all of the pictures that fill the "Guys and Gals" section of this Sequoia. The first semester officers were Juanita Alkire, presidentg Eileen Ogle, secretaryg and Anne McMillan, treasurer. Leaders during the second semester were Eileen Ogle, presidentg Dorothy Pira, secretary, and Rosalie Duffield, treasurer. Advisers of the club are Miss Fitzell and Mr. Doren. Various business mlen inter- ested in photography addressed the club during program meet- ings. The Sequoia Camera Club is a source of pleasure and exper- ience for amateur photograph- ers. Not only do the amateurs improve the techniques of their hobby, but they do a grand job for the annual. Page 72: So Making l-listory For the first time in its existence Eureka High School has a Boys' League. President Bill McGleam, Vice-president Harold Canepa, Sec- retary Charles Roscoe, and Treasurer Lyle Alkire are making history. Under the guidance of advisers Roberts, Bowcrsox, Kruse, Jamieson, Guthrie, Dreyer, and Hunter, the league was organized during the fall semester. Its purpose is to create a better schlool school spirit and to promote cooperation with other service groups. A council comprised of representatives from each class handles the routine business between the monthly meetings at which programs are presented before all the boys in the school. Seven standing committees appointed by the president and council carry on the regular work. One project of the league this year was to cooperate with the P.T.A. in presenting "Fun Night" on March 1. "Nothing But the Truth" was also under the co-sponsorship of the Boys' League. Bill McG1eam up vim--plw-sislvm :lliil :itlilw-tim' 4'llllllHllll'l', -rum! Huw: Hltull Al1'l.llllI, ilitr-gr' '-: ' A ' ' H' How: John XYHI1-. new stlifh-nt eoininittq-1-3 lion Hurst, sovinlg Imviil Ulirislins nn-nil:--rg .lunar-s Hi':iglwlt:i, wounvil iiiviiihvii ICI! 'I'V:nvr-l's4-, 4'lllllll'll llll'lI1lH'I" Prim 1 impi I sr Iiool in 1 :lions muiniiiittu Hull INIy4-rs. m'oei':uni ilu mm in I.:-unzirrl l'ulii'y, 1'lllIII1'll im-iiilwit f'll1lI'll'S llosmu-3 sn-i'l'1't:1l',x'3 Iwslio Iilm-nil. 4'0ll!l1ll inf rr i Ililiwl How: .lurk llrm-imzun. -mini-il lIIl'I!llNxl'Q Iivx lmll1'iIlizii'1l, Ulllllllllltj' rollin s Nm Mr-Hlvgim, pi-osirl.-nt: .lurk Vlum-y, 1-ounrlil im-inlwrg .Ian-It 'I'lioinpsoii, school sqixiu Page 73 .Left to right: Iilllen Hllllllllll. Ilon I.:m:f-V. Ifvtsy linimc-owlc. Ilill For-hrzxn, Put Hztrtlvtt, Homer SIl0lll'IllDIIl'2. lillglllll' Smxrvs, l,0l'l'2lllll' Logan, Elton llidillill. Jenn liolgeiy Homer Ilan'- 1 I Lt Xl ll I L un, 21- y r'oi'i'w- , . vain lizivomiui. BEGINNERS' LUCK Eureka High was the scene of the hilarious farce-comedy "Beginners' Luck" on December 8, 1939. Those in the play were Pat Bartlett as Jean Masters, Betty Morrell, Gail Fuller, William Cochran, Chris Murray, Elton McLain, Paul Hanford, Marion Begin, Mrs. Pike, Jimmie Hutchins, Mr. X, Betsy Babcock, Pat Jordan, Eugene Soares, Bramwell Booth, Lorraine Logan, Meg McRae, Homer Spellenberg, Tony Donate, Jeanne Giacomini, Birdie Brown, Jean Bolger, Madame Humperdinskg Homer Harlan, Clarence Coy, Ellen Hurlbutt, Lucy Riggs, and Don Langer, Boris Borislavasky. Between acts the high school orchestra played selections from Show Boat, Blossom Time, and Victor Herbert favorites. The student director was Jean Heinrici, and those on the stage committee were Ernest Yates, Homer Harlan, Bill Lax, Jerome Tyson, Bob Hall, with J.M. Bowersox. Properties and Costumes committees: Esther Nordstrom, Dorothy Rolley, Thais Baldwin, Betsy Babcock, Isabel Stevens, Beverly Wing, Jean Olgesby, Gay Williams and Gloria Borks with Mrs. R. Smith adviser. Advertising: Kathleen Fleming, Dorothy Pira, Elizabeth Kramer, and Rex Laurilliard, with Miss M. McMillan adviser. The Business end of the play was taken care of by Faith Adams, Rae Beng- ston, Mary Geitner, Dayton Murray, Rex Laurilliard, Beverly Wing, and Miss C. Clarke, adviser. Ushers were Frances Prather, Doris Hansen, Buyatte Schorr, Alta Fulton, Mary Halsby, and Wilma Carlson, with Mr. Dreyer adviser. Delores Dreyer and Ferdinand Granich were resposible for the accordian effects. Juanita Alkire arranged the flowers for the play. Page 74 Page 75 The Candlelight Carol Service with tableaux. Our Christmas decorations win a red ribbon. Foods Drive The biggest ever in Eurt-kc. High history! r F---1 gravy. 'TGI'-2' 6" ,au 'EUREKA 3"V""' "S"6"5 ' s L I The Qugged Among Us P D xl' ull U 1 . I 9 0 at i ll Take Me iii J!!! N17 111-L i ' Ball Game II , fg fu 'A--X ff . , - Qu., Ruud, low: Coach Mooneyliam, llugli Wilson, Eddie Campbell, Earl Carmen, Jack Brennan, Ed- lie Tomicli, Frank Cvrny, Lloyd Monroe, Vernon Clarke. d llow: Albin Kryla, Frank Halo, Merle Her-kvr. Links Carrancoy Charles Beauchamp, Xob Brennan, Leslie Bruzolton, Gcorge Stark. L Row: Joe Nellist, Bill 1,l't"K1ill'0, Bill li:-ive, Gm-ry For-ur, ltoyce Lima, Russell, Harms, loc Mn'Cz1nn, Elton Mvliain, 'Pom liurtlclt. i w Page 'I8 Big W ' V75 ami' .HIM -. Mm, M, . fi Q-,K K' , M,-H gx Amt? N 'QV A rw' ' ,m ,L .. 4 ani 4: R-M Ax 1. N - ,,N . f wax ,yxx Q , . Q W N' LN wx , -N V 1.. 1 -iff' .yum ' vw -'-1... .uRi5"23'ffe.1fu.kf, msamnsxx- -K' qui With Les Moonyham as coach and Links Carranco as field captain, the Loggers won four of the six games played. Eureka's first game with Humboldt State saw the Staters come out on the long end of an 8 to 4 score. In the second meeting with: Humboldt State, Tomich stopped the Humboldt bats Whi.e the Loggers, guns pounded out 13 hits to Win 12 to 4. Two intersectional contests with Fort Bragg High were played, one on the Mendocino city diamond and the other in Albee Stadium. Timely hitting and pitching gave the Loggers their first win. Gerry Coeur batted in Links Carranco from third in the ninth, winning the game 5 to 4. A ten-inning affair that ended 5 to 4 in Eurekais favor was Fort Bragg's consolation for their long trip here. Russ Harms batted in the winning run with a clean single through short stop. Gerry Couer and Eddie Tomich worked on the mound for Eureka. In the annual classic with the alumni the grads took a S to 4 trouncing. Eddie Tomich was in mid-season form offering 7 well scattered hits and fanning 12. Bill Brice led the hitting with 2 hits, one being a long triple. 4 Behind 6-hit pitching by Bill Crider, Fortuna set down Eureka 6 to 1 L0 end the playing season. The Loggers' bats couldn't keep up with Crider's pitching when oower was needed. Tomich was decidedly off form, issuing 7 free passes and 7 hits- - A Clarke about to tally one of the six runs that defeated Fort Bragg. Page R0 IQSQ Track Records Arcata and Fortuna carried off top hpnors in the 1939 C.I.F. league track meet with Eureka 1938 Champs coming in third. Arcata with a total of 68 points came out in first division. Fortuna with 64 points was runner-up, and third place went to Eureka who captured 51 points. Ferndale, South Fork and Del Norte followed with 22, 8, and 6 points respectively. A new ruling limiting the lightweights to 125 exponents deprived the Loggers of many potential win- ners by shifting them into a higher class. HEAVYWEIGHTS 120 hurdles-Dougherty QFOD, Siggins QAD, M. Olson QFeD, Ferguson QED. Time: 16:2 880-Fusi QAD, Volpi QFoD, Huddleson QDND, Nellist QED, Time: 2:1I.2 100-Mahan QFoD, Nichols QED, Andreucci QFoD, Narron QED. Time10:2 440-Coeur QED, Oliver QDND, J. Fusi QAD, Langer QED. Time: 53:6 Mile-Woodcock QFoD, Baskovich QED, Dungan QFoD, Thompson QDND. Time:s:o4.s 220-Nichols QED, Burgess QFoD, Narron QED, Peterson QAD. Time: 22:7 220 yard hurdles-Dougherty QFoD, Ferguson QED, Moran QFoD, Sanders QED. Time:23:4 Pole Vault-Fanucchi QED, Moxon QAD, and Blakeslee QFoD, tied for second, Barnes QFoD. Height: 11 feet Shot put-Friedenbach QFoD, Sawyer QFoD, Prentice QED, Siggins QAD. Dis- tance: 48 feet. High Jump-Sundguisc QAD, Friedenbach QFoD, and Romani QAD, tied for second, I. add M. Olson QFeD , tied for fourtli. Height: 6 feet 454 inches. Broad Jump-Sawyer QFoD , Nichols QED, Ferguson QED, Mahan QFoD. Distance: 20 feet 1 inch. 880 relay-Eureka QFerguson, Langer, Sanders, Nichols.D Fortuna, Ferndale: Time: 1:37 LIGHTWEIGHTS 120 hurdles-Albiani QFoD, Lorenzo QFeD, Wood QSF D , McClellan QFeD. Time: 15:5 100 yard dash-Matteoli QAD , Liscom QAD , Kesler QED, Wood QSF D. Time:10:6 440-Frakes QAD, V Matteoli QAD, Connick QFoD, Frey QFeD. Time: 55:2 220-L. Matteoli QAD, Frakes QAD, J. Lorenzo QFeD, Paul QAD. Time: 23:6 High jump-Liscom QAD, Nellist QED, Spinas QAD, Papini QAD. Height: 5 feet 8 inches. Broad Jump-Albiani QFoD , Liscom QAD , Early QFeD , Lorenzo QFeD . Distance: 18 feet 4 inches. Pole vault-Wood QSFD, Griffin QAD, Brown QED. and Kirkimo QED, tied for third. Height:g10 feet. Shotput-Parker QFeD, Briggs QFeD, Knudson QAD, McClellan QFeD. Distance: 47 feet 11 inches. 440 relay-Arcata QLiscom, V. Matteoli, Frakes. L. MatteoliD , Eureka, Fortuna, Time: 48:1 Page 81 Track Stars OF 1939 lnw: Arlviglx Halo, Dayton Murray. James Kirkomo, Erlwarzl T1'ave1-so, H. Mctllvam, H. Uanepa, D. Bropn. d Row: Javk Lima, Clarke Nellist, Bob Kesler, Dick Scott. Jimmy Mur- OVV, Page 82 HEAVYWEIGHT TRACK TEAM Top Row: Vernon Lewis, Walter Baskovich, Stanley Crnich., Evo Fanucchi, Robert Jako- tich, Bud Myers. Second Row: Joe Nellist, Brian Sanders, Gerry Coeur, Jack Sutherland, Gilbert Matson, Leonard Conry. Page 83 K e RGCQMFF , l evond How: Betty Morrell, Lois Johnson, Cliurlottr-, llmlek, Georgie Xvilliams. op l low: llorinztn Willard, Bert Johnson, Joe McCann. Victory in the C. I. F. tennis tournament Went to Eureka for winning the championship in girls' doubles and mixed doubles. The semi-finals were played at Fortuna and Arcata, While the finals took place a week later at Ferndale. Lois Johnson and Charlotte Dudek defeated the !Xrcata teany vvhHe Ilornman VViHard and Betty bAorreU took the honors froni the Ferndale players. The players weve: boys' singles, Bert Johnsong boys' doubles, Joe McCann and Paul Lucasg girls, singles, Georgia Williamsg girls' doubles, Lois Johnson and Charlotte Dudekg mixed doubles, Dorman Willard and Betty Morrell. Miss McMillan, girls' gym instructor, coachej the Eureka players. lil!!! Knudsen and Reynolds rally the tennis courts. - Q 5 I f W, a rlayt naval Page 84 -:rf DDQ N I X Pzugv 85 BO0S T gag: 4 UEQENSE S Xxx Loggers on the Gridiron The Lwggers haa an ezotremeiy tough schedule this year and it was not a disgrace to lose to teams like St. Mary's, Vallejo, Klamath Falls, and Medford. This schedule was the hardest one ever undertaken by the Eureka High football team. The Loggers traveled up into Oregon to meet the Medford Tigers and the Klamath Pelicans. Football season started off with a nice win over the Alumni. Then came Madera High and the Loggers took a decisive victory, but following that St. Mary's High School defeated Eureka with the score 7-G. Next the Loggers traveled to Oregon where they met the Medford Tigers. Xt half-'time the score was tied 12-12, but in the last five minutes of play the Tgers scored and then blocked a kick that rolled behinj the goal where a Medford man recovered. Final score 24-12. Our biggest upset came when the Arcata High team defeated Eureka to the tune of 12-6. Eureka lost the next two games in a row to Klamath and Fort Bragg, then took a win over Ferndale. The Eureka Loggers climaxed their season by playing the strong Vallejo High team, who were North Bay champions. This game was one of the finest exhibitions of football seen here this year. At the half the :core was 19-0 in favor of Vallejo, but with a strong running and passing attack the Loggers struck twice in the second half. Each year the coaches and officials of our Humboldt-Del Norte C. I. F. League name an honorary All-County team. This year the Eureka High Loggers had the honor of placing five men on this team: Dave Del Grande, right end, Lewis Tomanovich, right guard, Jack Brennan, center, Bryce Fountain, left tackle, and Bill Prentice, fullback. Page 86 Ferndale Wildcats down I ,, , H , .. , lop Imn, A, Al Irrvls, .l. Ix':1n1'1r'I1, .l, Mm-IVIiII:m, II. IMI Fzltti, .I, llzxplivlly tl. tlllnnlcrs lfillinu, Il. I'if-Vw-, II. l'lIlI"IlI2IIIlIII. I., I11':1z4-Ilwn. Sci-mm Ilmvg Il, 1'uI'l'1-53 IL. WumIwm'Ic, XQ 1'uusin:4, Il. C'1':1nt'ivI1I, Il. M1-Millzm, lf'. Ilzxlv, I I Il IIIPH. II, N1Il'I'lPII, I+ I.:nmIn-rr, .X, f'lII'I'l'li. I.. SIII'IllIl'I'SUIl, If llunlvt. 'I'Ilir1l Ilrvw: Il. Willard. V, N1-Ismx. Ib, I.:ungv.', I., NIIVIIIIIIIII. Ii. .-Xlulm-rsun, tl. 'I'm'1'1-, .I 'Klum 1-r, Il. l'i1-www-, 11 IM-I 4:I'IlIIlI4'. Ii. Mmm-, ll. Mntsrvn. I.. 'I'0IIIIlIIUX'Il'Il. Itullum Iluw: tl, Fm-ur, Il, I'r4-ntiw-. .I, Illw-m1:1n. .I. IU-IzIuI'I'. IL IM-I4l:1n1I1-. Ii, IIIRITIIIIIII In 1ul'fHl'IIIll, Ii. XYJIIIIIIIIII. W, IIIIIIII, Ii. I"mll1l:li11, I", I'm-rny, I., Alliiro. Page 87 7 i 4 ionncH1 Anderson Jadi Brennan Frank Cvrny Gsraki Coeur Ilarvoy Ik! FatU Davkilhi Grande Brmo Fountahm Charkw Gordot Page 88 ri it .1 .IA L . 1' 'Q 5 ,ar 'Q' r 1 N X , Q1 E A.. -A 19 Br-n II1L.fl'Zlll1ll'Il Bill McGleam Gilbert Matson Curl Nz-lsmi Bill Prentice Jim Rvtzloff Wzirrvn Ruud Louis Tomanovich Dorman Willard gs' 89 l Qur Fighting Fives The Eureka High Loggers had a good season this year with both the heavy- weights and lightweights winning eight games and losing only three. In the first battle of the season the Loggers lost to Fortuna. Both games were very close with the lightweights playing an overtime period. Next, Eureka beat South Fork and Hoopa in both lightweight and heavy- weight division. The following week the Loggers traveled to Del Norte where the Eureka B's handed the Del Norte lightweight team the only defeat they had all season. The Eureka A's lost in the final minutes of the game when Moran of Del Norte let one go from the middle of the court. The Loggers then proceeded 'to beat Ferndale, Arcata, Fortuna, and South Fork, in both divisions. The heavyweight game with Fortuna was the lfardest that the Eureka heavyweights encountered all season. In the next set of games the Loggers lost both contests to Del Norte. The Eureka lightweights dropped the next game to Ferndale. The final and most eagerly, anticipated games were with Arcata, where Eureka Heavyweights won by S points and the ligihtweights took their game by a six margin. Our heavyweights ended the season tied for second with Arcata and Del Norte. The lightweights tied with Ferndale for second place. Basketball Record for 1940 Jan. Jan. Jan. J an. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar Mar. Mar. 12 Eureka vs. 19 Eureka vs. 20 Eureka vs. 27 Eureka vs. 2 Eureka vs. 9 Eureka vs. 16 Eureka vs. 23 Eureka vs. 2 Eureka vs. Fortuna South 'Fork Hoopa Del Norte Ferndale Arcata Fortuna South Fork Del Norte 8 Eureka vs. Ferndale 15 Eureka vs. Arcata I Th ere Here Here There Here There Here There Here There Here Lightweights Heavyweights F-23 E-21 E-30 S-20 E-84 E-38 E-27 E-25 E-52 E-67 E-19 E-34 E-39 I-I-24 D-35 F-16 A-19 F-30 S-18 D-26 F-38 A-33 E-22 F-26 E-43 S-18 E-64 H-20 E-25 D-27 E-25 F-12 E-35 A-16 E-31 F-27 E-55 S-28 E-26 D-30 E-56 F-20 E-33 A-27 Page 90 HEAVYVVEIGIIT IiASKlC'I'RALL TEAM 'Pop llnw: Hill l'1'vI1ti1'v, .lulm lvzlm-il-ln, ,lnvk Hl'l'Illl2lU. lA'0!lill'll .'Xl'H1'l'l, Huh lin-Imrxll. .lnlm M:l,11 rw -I1 Sm-vmnl Huw: lmvill Mitvlu-ll, l70l'lll2ll1 XYill:1l'ml, Hilllmy Matson. Mn-lvin .-Xmlv1'sul1. Aslolplx For llc-V. l,l4lll'I'NYl'Illll l'l' l1.XSlil'I'l'liAl,l, IIC.-XM 'lump I low: Furl Ilvl 4ll'1lll1ll', M1-will Nwllv. l':uul Inu-zls. IP:u'1's-ll l:l'0XYlI. 'Pom l!:n1'llm-ll, .lim- my Mm'x-mv, l-'rzutlk ll:Ll4-. S1-1-und Ilmvt XY, 4'lllllllll2llillll, IS. ll:-ll. .X, llullv. V, liuswm-. lt. Blvlllm-:1n1. A. Hill. 'l'llir1l lluw: Iilvnzulnl lrllmwxn, XY:1ynm- Naussi. Page 91 Tlw 4-alrlx-1-21 wltvlu-s the :1.wti0n ut Liu- Sfx11Ll1 l'iUI'l4-I'IllI'1'lCil liulltwn-iglul Lzmm- pluywl in they M11- uivipal Auditorium. Page 92 u I"v1'r1nl:1lu Wilmlx 1 Bartlett Bob Bell Darrel Brown Carl Del Grande Arleigh Hale 1k Hale Paul Lucas Bill McG1eam - ...M-V.-..--,1 Page 94 i ' Q l 1 i 1 i I 9 ' . I r I A r Leonard Argeri Jack Brennan Ckwald Coeur Adolph Corder John Ivancich Gilbert Matson Bill Prentice Dorman Willard Page 95 Feminine lzrolics After-school sports started off with a resounling bang of hockey sticks. Hockey was the main sport during the fall season and the girls who participated played four nights out of the school week. Volleyball and badminton were enthusiastically played by the girls during the winier and early spring. The latter part of spring saw baseball at its height. Many girls turned out for tennis, which is an all-around season sport. Noon hours were excitedly spent when the girls played volleyball against the boys. l Page 96 A thrilling event in the ycar's sports was the clash of teachers and students from the 3H class in a memorable game of volleyball which proved that brawn is mightier than brain. The score was 47 to 9. Full of enthusiasm and smiles, our Miss McMillan has added a new bit to the sports program by the Friday personality sessions, and through these open minded discussions, the girls have developed the power to meet their problems. 'Pop I'L1-turf-, 'Pop How: Iluyntlv Svliorr, Iillvu th-orgi, Milmll'--11 Troll, li:nlln-Vine .l1'lllllll!,S, lm-z l"rii-rson. S4-rom! llowg In-w-rly' Win-1, Sophia Nil-kulou, .lime Ms-Iiziin, I"l':1nu-vs Nuns, livn .xll'XIlll1l!'l'. llollnm Pic-lllri-5 'Pop Iluw: llh-mln Vulwm-ll, Ile-lc-I1 Ix':im'in'll, -lllilllllil .Xlkilwu ll:-vi-1'IX Alldxlillltill. S4-1-oml How: Itnr'h:n':u Nussi. In-1'ni1-v I-'emu-ll, Ann N1'Mill:m, l"lm'om'1-'lhmluyv I.m'V:line l,og':1n. .lrm-y Murrow, .limn H5414-. liollnm lion: Lois N1-Isun, Ik-lh If'm'k, t'I1:ll'lott1- llllll4'li. Page 97 QM X me f Z f XX W ,v Qs 9 O ...O xllal ' .,':93 fQ'4 ll HI Ill-U :E--Illiluluuu I!" ,ll Q2 Y X MXNW , f ' , ,. gi 7 Q a 5.:.e - , ' 1r:::::::::'---- H.C11ev1 'Q u -,P Guys and Gals NK X xx X X xx at X X X m Y .A-if iff '-it-ff? 5 wwqsrwbfw -.Qs . .. gi . Yi- .HE , ff,.z,1Q'-Nz" Lf mqkggcgygik-.lil x 2 fs, W i Q Vi. N .fr fx ww ,q LM -L 92i5i1:im r E E .Q-WM., -fem ,fe-ww 3-V ,,.,, 15- xv- .1 5 M- ,, -I , e " 1" 751 V255 J- fy, -vu 5 Q wa. ,Q A .,,.,ww in mi ss, wf 3.5 'fef"'2 U x a. Y Pg. .-- --f -W ' 8 4 g ui f"-sw, 1 L.. L b -we 5,45 IV! 'W -4. X-X N ' fs ..- N if Q Q : f 'L L 'XF S S4 f. is my 8 QW ' .uw A .x ink ,X ' 1. w hsgfg. - . , .. Q... TY xg? 5 5 x ' x x . is mf -2 S-.KW f 'ii' IISSF' All Pictures of Graduates made by Seely Art Studio S26 G S Phone 148 Success fo Eureka High School The Standard Furniture Company R B y H. R. Bartlett 5 th and H Streets. CHEVROLET FOR 1940 Eyeit...Tryit...Buyit Gustafson-Jensen Co. 4th and H Streets Eu k C lf Russ market Comp.-mu QUALITU THEAT5 Third and G Streets Ph 441 Bank of Americas more than two million depositors are served by a trained staff of 8,791 men and women...a1lparl-owners of this statewide bank. BANK OF AMERICA IS NOT ONLY LOCATED IN 307 CALIFORNIA COMMUNITIES, BUT ITS 150,000 OWNERS ARE MOSTLY CALIFORNI- ANS, INCLUDING A STAFF OF 8,971 MEN AND WOMEN. WHEN YOU TRANSACT BUSINESS WITH ANY MEMBER OF THE BANK OF AMERICA STAFF, YOU ARE ACTUALLY BEING SERVED BY AN OWNER. "BANKAMERICANS" RENDER THE SAME PERSONALLY INTERESTED TYPE OF SER- VICE YOU NATURALLY EXPECT FROM THE OWNER OF ANY BUSINESS. Bank of America BANKING THAT IS BUILDING CALIFORNIA Your savings funds in Bank of America enjoy the protection of America's fourth largest bank . . . a bank with large capital and diversified California-wide resources . . . a bank Whch is a member of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. EUREKA BRANCH ES 500 Fifth Street. 350 E Street. Page 105 DANIELSON 81 PETERSEN FINE QUALITY Men's Wear and Shoes 4h dFStreets. E k Clf Mc Quay Norris . . . Presents Exclusive Performance With Super-X Altinized Piston Rings Eureka Automotive Supply Co. 4th and I Streets Phone 186 and 187 THE BON BONIERE Candy and Ice Cream A PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS 33FS Ph 4 P H.H.BllHHE CO. lnc. Hardware, Crockery Athletic Goods Thd dFS E k Clf HARVEY M. HARPER Mercury SALES SERVICE Lincoln Zephyr TELEPHONE 3040 E k C If Pg 07 THE MAN WHO KNOWS . . . BUYS TOGGERY CLOTHES. 535 Fifth Street 'MWWWW Eureka, Calif. ATKINSON 81 WOODS D RUGGI ST LOW PRICES QUALITY MERCHANDISE THE REXALL STORE PHONE 435 Fifth Street at G. Eureka, Calif. HOME ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors 412 sth. Street Phone 190 L. A. POLAND Wm. MADSEN Phone 844 Phone 1246-J HORNBROOKS Buster Brown Shoe Store Buster Brown Shoes Air Step Shoes Roblee Shoes 617 Fifth Street Eureka, Callfornia Pg 108 WE WELCOME YOU AS A DEPOSITOR THE BANK of EUREKA Commercial and Savings Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation TH D ND STRE T EU EK C LI Golden Crest Ice Cream Company 3 6115 ' Ph 36 The J. C. PENNEY COMPANY UHUMBOLDS FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE" F f h d G EUREKA CALIF DALY BROS. Humboldt's Own Store For 45 Years! I2 Dalys Have Attended Eureka High THEREFORE WE KNOW ALL ABOUT WHAT THE HIGH SCHOOL BOY OR GIRL O NEEDS TO WEAR WE'RE 100 percent FOR YOU EUREKA HIGH WrAfVLdfOLf50?,LL,,X William Williams jeweler ten windows On Corner of Third 8: F St. Q7 Page 111 Claw Kxxamkhxgwks Eg CHO. Ufwfx, ' ' K QM5. ci. tr iilxklu 5. ...U 'lmoslaa ' ' 'WQMMWKEJM - - '- 3 5 ea Miss. Poindexter's and Mrs. McMahon's pictures do not appear in Facul- tyxtlacts., Miss Poindexter in every class Mrs. McMahon teaches French 'Makes a sure comquista In a room across the way. Her weapon is her pleasing way, It's there we learn to "parlez" Our charming Senorita. If only "je ne sais". Most of the snaps on pages 100 through 103 were taken by Eileen and Joan Ogle, George Baker, and Dorothy Pira of the Sequoia Camera Club. Page 112 ,, th 45 1 my ,A Qt, a 1 . L - V r ' , " ' ' ' , . f , f Y . 5 ' , , x 'V -, , ' lf. 1 ' ' r x . . , x I f4"Q.'-r . ' -f 1 fi I . ,J ..-L ,I , f!VL,'xgI..li', b , di! f 'V 9 1. 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