Ferndale Union High School - Tomahawk Yearbook (Ferndale, CA)

 - Class of 1931

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Class of 1932 .................................... 1 Class of 1933 ................................. Class of 1934 .............. Alumni Glimpses .................. Literary .................................... When the Storm Came ............... A Battle Between Two Rams ..... 1 The om Salt ....................,......... 1 The Trials of A Freshman ......... ' Organization .......................... Student Body Officers ......... Page Munn 2 5' 1 8-9 10 14-1746 17f18 19 1 20 21 21 22 ...ffff"i3'24 1 zs y mm 1 27 28 29 30 31 1 33 ' Student Control ...................... ,,,.,, 3 4 Student Control Committee ....... ...... 3 4 Girls' League ............................ ,,,,,, 3 S Excalibur Club .................................. ...... 3 6 Staff of 1931 .......................................... ...... 3 7 1 Characters in "Miss Cherry Blossom" ..... ,,,.,. 3 8 1 Operetta ............................................ ,,,,,, 3 9 Girls' Glee Club ................................ ,,,,,, 4 0 Orchestra .............................................. .,,,,, 4 1 California Scholarship Federation ........ ......... 4 2 1 Dramatic Club .................................. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 3 X 1 "The Queen's Husband" .............. ........... 4 445 " Calendar ............................... .,,,., 4 6-4748 Athletics ........................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 9 ' Honor Sweater .......... ......... 5 1 ' ,' l All Star Athletes ............. ...... 5 2 1 A " Football .............................. ,,,,,, 7 3 , ,M Heavyweight Basketball .......... ,,,,,, 5' 4 ' "I 1 Lightweight Basketball ........ ...... 5 5 'AW Baseball ........................... .,,,., 5 6 1 I' Heavyweight Track ....... ,,,,., 5' 7 1 ' Lightweight Track ........ ,,,,,, 5 3 Girls' F Society .......... ,,,,,- 5 9 It X Girls' Volleyball ........ ,,,,,. 6 0 , girls' Basketball .......... .,..,-b.- 6 1 , , naps ..................... ,,,,,,,,.,,,, 6 2 g 1 Humor ............... ,.....,.,,.,.,., 6 3 , -Hi in 1 Jokes ---.----s ...... 6 5-66-67 ,' X X Donors ......... ,,,,,, 6 g.69,70 1 - 1 Autographs .... ............. 7 2 ' A 1 i Finis ............ --.-.,--. 7 3 1 N ,, Qs 1 1 n ik' YY V 7 7 V 7 Y Y V 7 ' 1 . 41 , Y 7 ci 3 fs A M E ,, , - ,, i A Ml., 5 .. .,,..r,,..,..,...,,r,,,..,, , ,,., .... 1 .. .r.., H ..1. , ...,. 4 .44.,A'AV' 1 . A hun." 1-2-',Wfy, , "" "l' 1gL4..1:T:1 """ -11-1 ,.,. ..,..,....r,.rr, 1 ,, "",'i,',-i7,,w'i"f ff ii' N ' 'ffztxxlfy f .---11--1----... H .........,,,,,,i.-w-'-- Q 1- Wm ,, - V M' V ' Q V 4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,mmWWWMWWw,W,,,f"5'3A,wMa,t.i,W,N,. W ' 'W"m .,,. .AM -...mn s l Dedication We, the members of the Ferndale Union High School, dedicate this "Tomahawk" to the success of the Shoreline Highway. Editorial Any advancement in transportation has been of vital importance to people throughout the ages. That is why the Shoreline Highway, which will be a great step toward the promotion of transportation, is such an important proposition to Northern California at the present time. The Staff has chosen this interesting pro- ject as the theme of the 1931 "Tomahawk" realizing the importance of the Shoreline Highway to this community. Humboldt County has vast agricultural wealth. Since cheaper and quicker transportation is needed to make its farm products more profitable, the Shoreline Highway will undoubtedly bring Humboldt County in closer contact with the great trading centers. The coastline of Northern California has long been known for its beauty. A highway running along this rugged coastline will draw tourists from all parts of the country. The cool breezy climate will be a boon to those who wish to escape the sweltering heat of the cities. The nature lover will find a paradise in the Redwoods of Northern California. The sportsman may enjoy fishing for salmon, trout, and many other fish which are to be found in its wellffilled rivers and streams. The Staff wishes to thank the members of this community who have supported the "Tomahawk" and the merchants who have acted as donors. We also wish to extent to Mr. Clabby our sincerest thanks for his untiring efforts as our faculty advisor. Mr. Hatch of the California Art and Engraving Co. and Mr. Smith of the Humboldt Times have done much to make this book a success. Sam Babcock of Webber McCrea Co., Los Angeles, was helpful in guiding us in our selection of an attractive cover. Much of the credit for the success of this yearbook goes to the efficient work by Lyle Thompson in getting donors. Scott Petersen and Ann Capaul were the star salesmen of yearbooksg Scott sold 43 and Ann sold 15. The members of the Staff, having put forth our best efforts, hope that you like this, the 1931 issue of the "Tomahawk" in -4. ' 1 I Q - GT? " M. i.II14354133333341614lAC:x::,mrm:::::.:T::::::::11:z::::::::::::::"'w --" n ff" '-'ir N -f-'-,-' 1 if wa- -My mn-qg....,,,...... -Ill-v .... ,...., ..... - ....,.,,..,. ,..,, . , "fx:.::'. 3 ,all -f-..,,.,, ...., ... ..t,,. .. ,,,,,,.t .,,..,.....,,.,.... .. .,... . ,,,, jj' ......,. 11,5 tr A--A f ..... ..f1f:iiT'Wve1" .fffffflflr .... M ..,... . 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'5 WE?fQ5'X 3' 2 'N 54 5. - f ADMINISTIQATIIDN 4 X X THE GOLDEN FATF BRIDGE Tl C I Sl I Iiiglwny -wa-,w..,,mm oarcl of rustees Feeling that the members of the Board of Trustees are the administrators of public sentiment in this community the members of the Ferndale Union High School reserve this page to thank the Board of Trustees and the community in general for their support of all student activities during the last year, For it is through, and only through, your untiring support and approval that our school life can be inter- esting and truly educational. Your participation in our school life makes possible our aims and keeps us in touch with community problems that concern all of us. . U riff ,.3 . N, I 'KAN 'ft' 'lv . r' .. gc " lst , K . 'll Q x A X. v 11 , , - a 1 Q . . . . 4' at " sv U45 ti,.,.,,,,.,,,., M, M ,ff gig, .1 1-fgfkvfg, . .,,... MM ..,...,.,.., M1311 ".'.' 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H I f M' " .f... f Ns""""'fff-M. ,,,,, ,,,., ,,,MM12yMW "',, NMih,Q,,4wW,,. .,,.,, , ,,,,.,,,,. ,,, 4WW,,, 4 fmmmwm aCll1tY FEW YEARS AGO teachers had the idea that they taught subjects. One teacher would say, "I teach History." Another would say, "I teach Shop." One of the leaders in educational philosophy not long ago, when asked what he taught, replied, "I teach boys and girls." That expresses the difference between the old education and the new. While there were teachers in "the old days" who were human, the teaching profession on the whole was characterized by an over emphasis on subject matter. The idea has developed more recently, that the important thing is the young man or woman who is at the receiving end of the process. It is our function to contribute to the human development of the future citizens of the country. We have no hope nor any desire of making them uniformly scholastic. We do hope that what we offer will tend to make each in his own way a better, more human, being. RALPH B. DOUGHTY. ' ug. i 4 4. '--ff-1-f--,WW--.,..r..N.,....::...3gr:::':'.2'if!'... .1'f:.'!1'Zi7Zff':.:::::f:::::::::!:::3I'I:i:::ww 6' wg anal' sh' ,, 9 ,W .,.... .,,.,,. Jw ,,... Ayll .".l'A..,.,,',,A". M wldhh .. , ,... .,..,,mv' ' I H 'U' ' ,I ww ..,-nym 40" WWW www Z lant Czustoclians joseph Hindley Herbert Kausen S. F. Laloli C .laflt HE PLANT is the buildings, grounds, buses, and other physical equipment through which the school functions. In other words it is the physical body of the organism we call Our School. We are exceedingly fortunate in having three men whose time is devoted to keeping us clean and neat in appearance. The job of keeping our lawns, buildings, and buses in such shape that we are proud of them, is a big oneg and one in which we all are happy to participate. Our football field is as fine as any we know of, and far superior to that of any of our , immediate nei hbors. Our mnasium is in the same class. Our main building, X g gl' . due to the foresight of its builders and to the care it has received, is rendering li excellent service and will continue to do so for many years to come. Our buses ' 2 are such that we are proud of them, wherever we may see them. One of the most im ortant factors in the sentiment we idealize as "school , '. P 26 spirit" is The Plant and the effect it has upon us as we live in it during the under' 1, ' l Yraduate ears. We are rateful that the tax a ers, throu h their Trustees, have is Y s p V g Y V lg' given us a Plant that we can remember with respect, and we are happy to accord X it the affection it deserves. 1 Z THE CHIEF CUSTODIAN. X 2 I li 3 . 1 ZZ 2-423 3 Z 3 rn Z .mg - 2 up 5 lu , 3441 1 533 r.,, ,m..,,,g 1 fain? , za, , f f , E gf ,, , :L 'Wx' Qjdfawwf ' hp v"'1 , , 0 7 imigle "" Pie? 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Hanna President Vice President Secretary Treasurer CIIIOI' C1353 1StO1'Y HEN THE CLASS of '31 entered High School in 1927, we acted much the same as all other Freshmen. We were rather timid, and did not do much for the good of our school the first year. We did manage, however, to give a dance in honor of the Sophomores. Another very unusual thing which we accom' plished was to publish a class paper, called 'LThe Wigwam." By the time we had become Sophomores, we were well accustomed to High School life, and names of members of our class began to appear on Casts of plays and operettas. Our athletes, also, began to show themselves, and everyone could see that the Sophomore class was not asleep. Each year we were naturally becoming more important, and when we were Juniors we were taking part in everything. Ivan Redden has always been our most outstanding athlete, but, of course, there were many others. The most out' , standin events of that ear were a "HardfTimes" dance and the unior Ball. Both , - ,,,. g Y , were well attended and a success in every way. ' " K Our Senior year naturally was our most active. The Presidents of most of the school organizations were Seniors, and many members of the Tomahawk staff Q Jn., - . 4 9' 4, were also from our class. The most outstanding people to take part in Dramatics f, were Ivan Redden, Jeanette Petersen, Evelyn Renner, and Maxine Robinson. All through our High School career, we have always had members in the Honor W2 4' Society. Now that we have done all we can for the glory of our school and our time I to fraduate has come, it is with much re ret that we leave the school to which s s ,V we have become so attached during our four years stay. ' A - S ' H Q at f b . .JJ ',,. 7 A? I' x A H . 13 5, .A 'Y a rf l V I A -Q15 fm if f ' """" "M """"'f emit' ""l"'l' A i"' 3 """"i" 'Q "l" 'x .,,,,, -'-' ...,,., .,,... . 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I, Ivan Redden, will my power to get along with Senorita Parsons to Frank Berti. 4. I, Aileen Kausen, leave "Herb" to the rest of the school. S. I, Lyle Davie, do not will anything, but will be glad to sell for a small price any of my good features. 6. I, Myrtle Christiansen will my "stand in" with the boys to Beryl Wil- bur, and my ability to make wise-cracks to Florence Hackett. 7. I, Bob Morgan, do hereby will my unusual ability to concentrate to Buzz Jespersen. 8. I, Evelyn Renner, bequeath my gym suit to Andy. 9. I, Martha Andersen, being of "square head" descent will my corners to Bud Fowler. 10. I, Kenny Prust, have finally decided to leave the rest of my test tubes to Henry Grossi, since he already has most of them. 11. I, Everett Kausen, being in a sound mind, do hereby leave my ability for overhauling Model T's to Lanky. 12. I, Grace Shaw, leave my job as policeman of the study hall to Joe Martignoli. 13. I, Edgar Etter, leave my habit of "talking back" to the teachers to 1 Grace Hall. H 4 14. I, Bob Hanna, leave my ability to sing to Brick Dahlquist. Wh - 15. I, Rae Wright, leave my surplus of Western Stories and Whiz Bangs 'l , to Hildur Andersen. A 'ffw 16. I, Jeanette Petersen, leave my famous horse laugh to Frankie Rackliff. , I 17. I, Maxine Robinson, will my position as Secretary in the office to Henry LN'- Grossi, knowing that he will be able to please Mr. Doughty. ' ,A 18. I, Dorothy Perry, do hereby bequeath my prominent chin to Clyde fs Brownlow, who may then be able to play a fiddle as his brother does. Zfyl H s. W X" Q .X 4. 'W "s"' f'-f'ff ,, .-,.-. -.,,,.,., . ........ ..,, M ,,..,. ,gjfw M M I 'f-P3lli.'.Q!' N 1- 'fl t W-M A' Z. ,,g,,,, Q ' "' 'sms SCni01' Class Will-Continued 19. I, Anna Peterssen, do solemnly bequeath my forty-'leven freckles to Grace Eva Tonini, that she may use it as a starter for next summer's tan. 20. I, Lois Chambers, will leave my love UQ of Femdale to the next person from Petrolia who has to stay here. 21. I, Ernest Winkler, do hereby will the dirt behind my ears to George Howard. 22. I, Emma Giulieri, leave my originality of speech to Harlan Diedricksen. 23. I, Doris Miner, leave my charming ways to the next person who can get A in Biology. 24. I, Ada Kausen, leave my place at the Girls' Mirror to Arlene Thompson. N, 'l 1 1 X I 1-Qvokkff ' xiii!! my is, ill x x J 5 I l 1 it Jae, ,, -adv, 5 I I 'M ' 5 15 '. ' - ' 1 Q Q 21. 'fan' h, l .,i' AHFQP-35-13illl33l?l3filQlli-...,....?-Wffffsfffgirzzg..gggpz...1...:g:v::.:::::1"-zzzzzzxixxffiiggg..2:1 WW, , 1 f,1.rA.f . 5 ,,.. , A . LM ' ,mW::::i- .... 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EVE'-YN ' xv 5 f' 'mc' Nonnsen 15 m is 'G "'A i fd' Q-P ngF2:zNuS2 ' 5.-L1""":' . Y ' WQCQMLENTE A 5 X ' ghg ,- we ann wg J,T:z'a::azz:z,,... .24 , 2 X - CNMVHHW. mov nrgcfgigp on I, eorazsg -r h Nm PE fn xt Q ' ' . MMA. I -4 iv, 1' Jars owne: 1' - 5 ., 'WT' Hg WE yi, f V551-ru.: me 5 'r 'V A . ' -DEBT! N ll fy -'g f" f Nt 5 Qflkig vvmec r .a.Q'f""' ' A , M h. A H 5. :ElKl!g6F'gg?Jgn ' T OM Ap 01-'EM Q .L-1: Q-gif' I l, -.. '-' 4 1 f .Q,eQfQE'2:'2'f fo' , wr Rama vnvofa "' rm A 4 I 7' Donmv Psarw as A . 1 i Q Pnnmnerrr Housnnr: fx ,f " - ' 'W ' "' 3 xL'ZES2'XL55pE'Sm'E'm ' Perens-an ron NEW 8 U novo-sroP Fusnr E, gf 0 ,sau more u.5.mm-ar A I gl.. hui. V 5 'Y w L ws? ' , ' mano .5 G Sw R T 5EE5Fi 'l'NEgiOl'Lb 4 iv ' V9 1 HUR SCOPE a, C A x Q 1 V. . mmm ' W Af, mffsem " 1 A 513535 - .. 3 ESLEJZEHE sfasase. ' Racono Fon Pau: "' N ' - u ' W f snrms 5 X f A 1, W at-fe, - ..... - - 4- . "5 2 'N ,W ww . , X IA 8: A, .K t I Wt , 41 , 1 x I9 , N " , Q, . . n L' A- , 1 as ' ' ZS, V ,Q '55 X62 A rzezaiqlbr, ":11'."f" ' ufsmml VWWH I ,,, ' I 'G 'C 'Kin' 2. WW,,M.,A.A,W.,W,,,.,,,,, .M Zzxmmllizi:i.,..lwz,,,,,.w,..,..,,, MmrL,,,,,, A 33.24, - ff'- , ,. A W , U I , ' av, .,...,,... ,,,, .W ,. .....,.,. :ww-M N f--.f-.--f "" """" ' W""MwW,m4i..p2-fi3,:W Wm wwmfiff yy, A "" I MM I CLASS OFFICERS OF 1932 Maxine Kuusen George Howard Hildur Anderson President Vice President Secretary 3 fy 2: 5 4 7 'WW 5 f 2 .0 CLASS OFFICERS OF 1933 Lyle Thomsen ' Marie Goff President Vice President Edwin Winkler' Secretary 'X , ? I 2? I fi wa'-W E 'f if WM 2 Qfff' L CLASS OFFICERS OF 1934 Q in John Russ Grace Jorgensen Lillian Mossi "rf 1, 'f , . . , , C President Vice President Secretary ,A ffm Wg' 2 5 z . ,, f-.1 f , 4.1,,0' 1 V M . , 4 If 3 v lui li: ,.., ,,,,.,..,,, ... ,,,.,, 5 Hfyfffffj A .V 9 .,,. Q MV,,,mW4fj,f,, v ., ,,,., M, ,.,, , .,.,..,.,,,, ,,..,, , g - ,3,,,?5,Q,?i7,y,,f,44ZW llll 9 A ,,,, ,,,,, 7 ww U I ,M ...,.... ,..., .,,. ,, ,. . f N W 3 I "" all mMN"UMQ,, ,,.,,, , Maman :if "" ' , ,,.,,,., , ,,..,,,..,..f-, ,Wm ......,,,...M.a..m ,,... Mm,-.4KL.,,,,,,. ,.,,.,,,.,,,., CLASS OF 1932 Top Row. left to right-Robert Haywood. Henry Grossi, Harold Langdon. George How' ard. Harlan Diedricksen. Leland Brightman. Second Row-Edwin Fowler. Paul Stafford. Ernest Brownlow. joe Stewart. Vernon Krill, Ralph Branstetter. Third Row-Mary Leonardi. Ruth Miner, Rachel Leonardi, Jessie Brazil, jean Brown. Maxine Kausen. Irina Grandi. Fourth Row-Ann Capaul. Priscilla Albee, Mary Shinn. Frankie Raekliff. jose- phine Stewart. Elma Ambrosini. Hildur Anderson. Genevieve Steeves. if 1, ,. af. 5 . CLASS OF 1933 Top Row, left to right-Earl Hendrieksen. Rollin Ambrosini. Andrew Gcnzoli. Scott Petersen, Lyle Thomsen. Clyde Brownlow. Edwin Dahlquist. Second Row-Raymond jespersen. Charles Anderson. Mark Bugbee. Ralph Howard. Third Row-Elvezio Berti. Edwin Blackburn. Edwin Winkler, Donald Ainhrosini, Rollin Anderson, Frank Berti, joseph 1" H , 1 Jy fg 2 2 fi 'f-W, x , if fffwq Martinoli. Westmvii Amhrosini. Arthur Barri. Fourth RowfHelena Edeline, Diva Grandy. L ,af 4 - - - 4 ' ',5,'f'n"'f ' Madelcne Oliver. Gena Trutelli, Barbara Hess., Irene johnson. Agnita Eskeldsen, Alma! 1 Hansen. Eva Valsecchi. Bottom RowfMiss Parsons, Helene Andersen. Marie Gofi. Edifii 4 f. . '. .. .. . ' ' . 4 , . , - 'K 7 W' " f Vwalkel. Ruhy Biasta. Giate Tonini. Marie Katii. Margaict Regli. , if L 5 gi H1 ' ff 9 " 'M , J 'df ' 1 .iw , f f f' ,fl ', vi ' ' ' f Mg ying jf' -Q ,, qffwg vf,L,2, A . ., AA, 0 ,J , ,X ,Q ,,, ,,5 f CLASS OF 1934 Top Row4William Thomas, joseph Clausen, Leslie Haywood, Stafford Heney, Ugo Valsecchi. Second Row-Joaquin Medini, Henry De Carli, Russell Steeves. Anglo Leonardi, Harold Trott. john Russ, Elvin Coppini, Kenneth Christiansen. Francis Goff. Vovo Jorgensen. Third Row-Katrina Crosti, Gertrude Fleischer, Beryl Wilbur, Matilda Thompsen, Helene Taubman, Dora Berti, Ida Ferarri, Evelyn Hansen, Alma Dedini, Anne Katri, Rose Katri. Fourth Row-Norene Early, Ella Peclrotti, Rose Bryant, Gertrude Moore, Grace Jorgensen, Miss McKee, Barbara Gries. Vernita Rossen, Anne Oliver, Eleanor Shields. Bottom Row-Florence Hackett, Marie Silva, Lois Frost, Emmalina Winkler, Lillian Mossi, Lora Dedini, Arline Thompson, Clara Ambrosini, Mable Gamboni, Ida Wipli. N E in 2 J. J 61 .y s ,S 'Z le V , 1' '-sir ? ,Q ' 1 Q I : 9 I4 M 2 ' xl ' ,Z , I A Li Q2550"3454ll3f353333N3 ff" l f'f'-f ":.Z'1fl'2Z'IIfffffJf ,..,,. ,,.., C 1113: ,,,,,,,.... :L::f3L1ZZ"":11:::L11 ., A' W " ""'r" F-1"t::x:g:ii:.1it:1:i1 "'-4"-A--- 'ff--f N f-'--' r--'-'f W ' MM, "" " . YM U ' 'imA,,,,j,a,.',,wlQ::"' . ,,,,.,., j I was 3- ,ee ,,,,, 4 ,,,,,,,, ,,-153:12 ,,,,,',, 111,11 YVV- . W-I-ff-,..,.--W ' --ee e-eee e-ee1 1 -ww -,,,,,,. ,,,,,aa A Liaaa Llllllli G'li11l1JSCS joe Oeschger, who has been playing in big league baseball games, is now a coach at Por' tola ,lunior High School in San Francisco. Alfred Christensen of the class of 1920, is now attending the University of Chicago and will have attained his Doctor's Degree of Ad' ministrative Education at the end of this school year, More power to "Profg" A representative from the class of 1926 is Frank Ferguson, who is very prominent in Draf matics. Last year he directed plays in the "Little Theatre" at the University of California. He won a scolarship of fifteen hundred dollars and at present is attending Cornell College in New York, where he will obtain his Master's Degree. Among the more recent graduates is Richard Fleischer of the class of 1930, who is attending an aeronautical school in Los Angeles. Evel n Perr of the class of 1928 is takin' Y 5 private vocal and piano lessons in San Fran' cisco. Leslie Clausen of the class of 1925 is now a successful teacher of music at Colvina High School in Los Angeles. Anyone interested in foreign countries should get acquainted with 2 Q11 'f "X V f 2 ,,. Lf JW1' 4 . I "Leslie," for he has traveled in North America, I ,Z 2, Europe and the Orient as a member of the Brigmore's Collegians, Donald Dowd of the class of 1914 is a phar- macist and optician in Alameda. f, fy nib? ' ' 1,4 'yy V71 .zyw 2 ., gy 'ff,,4,!9 Z 1.3, 4 4 2 12 , W 5 W ff' Q W. 7 ' X 1 'f-WZ", 4 'Q Z Q Q ' 24" ' ffffi 2 Z' 1,7 M14 3 lf? 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Lucile Dahlquist of the class of 1924 holds . - ' a responsible position as secretary to the Dean of the California College of Pharmacy in San Francisco. my 1 , The class of 1914 is represented by Leland -gm G Nielsen who is Production Manager of the M2 6 92 K l Douthwitt Engineering Company in Chicago. 2 l 5' 2 Gerald Collins of the class of 1926, who in ll his high school days was noted for his musical 1 ability, is now attending the University of Calif -D' fornia, in preparation to be a lawyer. 1. 9 It Qu r -J 12 Mark Morrison, a graduate of 1919, is now 4 2 Htsfwft , . . 2 Q K a prominent lawyer in Eureka. l 't V , KF I lla:-ff! ix Q C ' llll 4 l W' Q zlgl . 1 1 1 4 L Jaw' ful? 592 , f .1 153 24 rt if , ,.,, as , hifi ... l . . . I ' lf "" int "" N """'f'ff'ff-f'f Hw,,ZCii2Tx::1:::::::::iii ,','.'. ' " 'V 1 """ """"'MM,fa,,aW, "ww H "'t"' 11''tgp:::q:g:t:i2'.Li2iiitiiii """l 1 p::::::, "" 2, ""' , ,1fifl1'kwf'A"M'WW" """ 'W i"'0"V""r"m....,,,f' A aees . .... Q 'IWW-W. 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'Q flu? X' ' 'ff' v ' 'Yi M 4 f' 4., - A A Eig ?A2BiE:?w'+" H -' f A ""1'ga5' Q 3 3m 33? N Q . A1-9 b 4563 1- uf' '45 A If 5 'f ' fliga ff 5? T37 AQQFQM 4 433 1A.fmuQ 1ffa?1g?g,mgwf 52' - ik ' 4 "bf eQY i-War a'-71 5 Q, , Y sf524'J'53fQ Q 9 4 H- .1 ' Q -v, ?"v . . 5' .u - fs.- . ,,.k,.. . . QP", I N. . Q .., " ..v ...':.f'r:1g. .uf,. '.l, ,, W-lien 11116 StO1'1'1'1 31116 S I WALKED SLOWLY down the beach one Saturday morning, I noticed that great flocks of sea gulls were coming rapidly in toward the shore. I had been told, by old sailors arqund the wharves, that this meant a storm brewing at sea, and that it would probably break hard at some point along the coast. Think' ing that perhaps this one would break in the cove where I was, I climbed, upon impulse, up a high cliff beneath an overhanging rock. Here I waited to see if the elements would batter and fight among themselves for me. I had just reached my nook when a cloud passed over the sun, and everything was in deep shadow for a moment. Then the sun emerged again. A huge dark fog bank appeared to be rolling over the horizon. Soon it was near enough to distinguish that it was not fog, but a dense curtain of black foreboding thunder clouds. These engulfed the surrounding country in the heaviest gloom. A sultry, murky film seemed to settle over everything. Suddenly lightning began to flash, and thunder boomed in the distance. In a few minutes great drops of water began to splash around me. Soon it was coming down in torrents. The tide had come in rapidly and spray was splashed against me in relentless continuity. At first, I was startledg then awed by this wild, unrestrained display of the forces of nature warring against each other. The waves seemed intent on crushing the rocks, hurling great pieces of driftwood against them. All the while lightning and thunder played back and forth across the bleak sky. This lasted perhaps ten minutes, then the rain ceased to come down in such torrentsg the clouds began to break, and the sun shone brightly again. From the earth the sultry gloom seemed lifted. Every' thing seemed bright and clear again. As I climbed around the edge of the rock under which I had crouched, ffor the incoming tide had filled the passage by which I had come upj, I saw the gulls wheeling and screeching as they encircled the tide' washed shore in search of food that had been washed up by the storm. By these signs I knew that the storm was over, and that the elements would batter each other no more that day. So I walked back to my camp, well pleased with the first sea storm I had ever witnessed. 1- U is wwwtfjgsfwwiwf' fs ""'iu.,,4MK. 434' ' , 1 i. 113, , . fn, ,C 4 , WU ll! .Nfl 'lv .1 ' X Il 3 , ' , 4 1 , A 6 N it Y , 27 . 5 , if 4' I gs" ,vii ,ami Vp " ' ' H ffl :' 3' ' Vx' ' """ W' """""' "'r:1:f11i?t','::::1:::f:":-::'f:::,', .,,. .-4,A, .. ..1:1111:gf5ggggg::::::':J::::z::"2 ,li "W I: .E M is ' QI- YQIQ' w..,,,..,..,..,.,,,. .,,..,.,......, ,mxzxzzl ,,..... .lx ,,'4 , ',,.A4A..' 'lll , M 'llnl 1 Q Q 24' ,,,,,, WWW .. .,,..., - ...W p . - - . ..ffl uw.. Q -I ' my nnv,00A'-'uV'fM"V"',, A Battle Behveen Two Rams SHEEP ARE VERY GENTLE and harmless by nature, but they, neverfthef less, have their means of defense. Sheep butt with their heads, and their heads are so constructed as to be able to withstand defy hard blows. Even little lambs, in play, may be seen facing each other and butting. One day while out hunting I came upon two rams fighting. These rams chanced 'to meet on a sloping hillside along the edge of a woods, and got set to try their strength and butting powers. Backing off a few paces, they first came together with a gentle bump. Backing up still farther their next collision was with much more force but without visible injury to either. Then they backed up a still greater distance and, this time with rapid jumps, ran toward each other with all their might. The ram on the upper hillside struck his combatant too high and tore off the top of his own head. Charlie Kausen. mi X 7 1 E Q D? 'M I h " 28 M i 5 'Q'14:L.LL4::1g1pL11LL.Lgjgxmxgmggggggffgfrxzzzigt1::SZZIIfIT"r1::::11::111115155151 W' vflflk-an--.. M' 't""' L 't" 'A"' W ,pg 1 ss..s , LT' Y , ..,t.. ,,,:A- --Wg ,: ig g lv, ,,I...:.?. 1 T ' T T l l 5 s. -..,.:m. ...-.1 11.11. . 2. g...:.. e "Old Salt" I As I look from out this window, I glimpse the ocean in the distanceg Lashing, tossing, rolling in now ffff g Now receding. II I think of ships that sailed there once, Ships with sails and crews so brave, These memories the seaman tries to save, But sails are leaving f-ff g Memories fading. III Where is romance on an ocean liner, Nothing to do but be a dinerg No gleaming canvas to unfurl, No whistling winds, no lashing wavesff- Things are changing. IV Where, I ask, are the bloody battles, The pirates swarming o'er the deck, ,. 9 The body hanging by the neck, ' The old Windjammer 'fff g Times have changed. Q ' ' -Paul Stafford. , Q .Tia 'rg 1-1 . Iii! I N 'Hx li xy 'U sa ' . 4. Q m 29 , Q: , 'Z fa 1,1 1 -.S.',,5,,4 .2 z:::::f::-z:'1 ,..... .i':,'f:::::Hf2.,1111: ::f':::::::2"'iz.i ff L' 9f:1Q'It'x2 ' .,,,,:,,.,..,xL1 ,.,..,... M... ...... L .xxx .... .li IVIV "...b'4" I',l'l."-"I f ,6r,,,,,A"" ist ' ,..,,..,,. .. . 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But Bill gets brave and takes a chance And asks a girl with him to dance, She looks at him as though in doubt, Then sweetly says, 'Tm sitting out." -John Russ. een -al AH . 1 karl t xxx!! lr , wiv we 'f f lfz' A, F 'AV' SO so 'l ' l " "":.,,,,, ,WM ,,,,,,,,..,,..,.,,u4NI33:3:::::::1.....1.Z1z....,.,,.........,.,.,. M M- julia ...........,-,.,-,W.. ...,.. .4--Wfw---W-H'-"""""' ' ,.,m,W,w....,....,.... ,, ..... .a.,....a...,......1::-W-W. ,,,,,.M ,.... mm... ,...,. ra- ,, ...., , af" """-f-V "---- , 4-...-.........,......,...,...- -,., -- -,,, .--A-- - ggi, - L We p Qs.y ,.fwf fff igg 55? Fi: ff as - age -5- 'A 'ii':e'afrA? Pkg? 5 i'gw,3ff:Q Sf2Q?g?fgg Hi93e5.f22E2Q affix.-ff . . . I: .si gn V , ' . , 1' - ' 'fiiQ"" gsi'5w ' v 4 49 E355 -. f' 7 . -.i v MSR' ,L 'Hg+v5gWqg?g3gQQx f.-is Q ggi? 1 XY, Q H, f f Q?Q?i??fQfs?3'Q?R234555552-iQ'S:1i5'?i 5? f 2 aff? S25 figs'-viii qv fahgf? 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W . .. ew, 5 Q- H .4-'.1:,f W fgs:f f1Ni'ff?'53..L:Qv5" 9 Wi 44, wx 4, W ?"'l5'i?'Q44SS All ggi 'uk WM: '39 ' 2- ff ff + A 'ff ' 1vf"'gnfzel ' V A 5t3gg'sfI:g.-+51-5'::n.g3'? l M 53 gig KM! f,g,-,g-.1-,-f:rt,f ff.r a g . ff? -' f gg . 7154 asv' gfgefi 1i,a?14?"?VJ, - 5 as .ff5nvg,x.Hnefgg-.seesfkiffsisifif gg E, fgaaw: 52.413-gfggbvi-gf4gEfy ,mg-?g5f: fe v f49Ir,f'2ff ' ' . glivguljggm z 4 Q fJQffaEf,sxfsgS+fihii DIQGANIZATIUNS XA -,Y X Student o icers Y Ivan Redden Robert Hanna Grace Shaw President Vice President Secretary HE STUDENT BODY as a whole has not been very active this year as most of the business is done by the Council. The members of the Student Body voted to draw up a new constitution. The old constitution proved inadequate in many parts. This year more students attended the games, and the teams were better sup' ported by organized chering than they have been for many years. Edward Dahl' quist, yell leader, and Anne Capaul, assistant yell leader, deserve a great deal of credit for their peppy work. They were responsible for the way in which the new songs and yells were learned. During the year we have had the pleasure of hearing several interesting speak- ers at assemblies. Mr. C. E. Morrow, County Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., talked to us on "Our Names." A lecture on Yosemite National Park, which was illusf trated with colored slides, was given by Mr. J. Mendell Howe of the Humboldt State Teachers College. Mr. H. B. Tucker, assistant farm advisor, showed motion pictures of the last convention at Davis, and explained to us the good which the . if 4H Clubs are doing. 1 4, .If ' Mic 4 ., Q I gg., , if 1. , ,..Ifi!a 4.13, I Z 53 51 ' 4 'P I ' .,a9I':"l 1 J 4 , ' - V' 33 ?5"iwym24,..,, ft! , , 'Q 2 ,f 3 3' W ' v 4 I+ V - Z Qwyfrk 41... .- -1 1 if .4 i '-'f , .,,. ff H ,, ' M A A Z 6 ffmff Mz.g,m,,p.wZ..f' ' ,f mw I4 ,,,..,,..,..-1 ff"' ""' f. . . .. ,, - ' ' ff' 3 'hm .. 'ff' ' .' ......... .... . .. ......, .,,.'5MfK1Z".5,,"2'Z'1'7TZ1CC"',1Q311L:1f1f'ifi7fZ'2?'iWWQ'ffWWff ff MMWQ! ' 241 f ,W ,,f, f ,f.,.,y.,ff MVN ,.,,,,,,, ,ZZ 'WM w,,,ff,.. ., , 1.40 4 V ., fadwwmwh .,.,., .,,, ..,.. , - Affw.,..,Mff"'W"" """ ' """ ' " """ ' f mf "" W 'ff..,m.hw4"'fffZm,Wf,. .,,. , ,,,, ...,,... , ,,,,,,,,,,,. 1 ' "9 'fff ff X m,,,,MMf,. 4 wi f ffw af a L Zz t 'TQ Z2 x -' f 3 ,. 5 f f 1 4-- f 595 , 6, 'Q QQQZE Z '9fM 'M . , UV' Stucle nt CO11tl'O1 Top Row--V Ivam Rcddcn. Edwin Fuwlcr. Robert Hanna. Ed. Dzlhlquist. Raymond vlcspcrscn, Ernest Winkler. Sccund Row-V-Anne Pctcrsscn. Ivlaxine Kauscn. Maxine Robinson. Grace Shaw. Student Control Committee Rubcrt Morgan. Grace Eva Tonini. Grace Gwcndolin Shaw. Maxine Robinson. Scott 9, Pcterecn. A gl! 2 Y v 0 g 5 4 ,g 3 WW? ' j ,Q 5 if my 2 W Q 2, In , " Umbvfyf Q 3 A .,,. , I W Z 5 "WhWZm ff v """' ' ""f " H .uv ' 1 lf' "f' 1 . ,..,,, , " A ""ZLi11 A ff'-if " I ,,,, ff'fm ,,,, , ., Hunwnu wwnmhm ' ' 'W"""""""-""""'-"m'ffff"fff f-'f'f--ffffffff-f-ff ,.,,,,.,,,, ,, ,4Q4,,Zg,,W,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,. W ,,,,,, ,Mfg WWW ,,,,,, . 17 ll' S C21 UC VERY GIRL AND WCMAN faculty member in Ferndale Union High School is a member of the Girls' League. During the year the Girls' League has carried on many varied activities. A public card party was given for the purpose of raising money to buy furn- ishings for the rest room. We now have an attractive, as well as restful, room. At the close of the football season the Hospitality Committee prepared a din' ner for the football squad. The table was very cleverly decorated for the occasion. The Annual Mothers' Tea, at which the members entertained their mothers, was held in the fall. 5 332 4 On the 19th of December a Jinx was given. Everyone was requested to appear g . . . . ff in a costume representing some outstanding character in a well known book or 'Z story. First prize went to Barbara and Margaret Hess as "Topsy and Eva." Evelyn Renner representing Rip Van Winkle received second award. 'fr Jessie Brazill and Maxine Robinson went to the Girls' League Convention at 4 Ukiah. They were accompanied by Miss McKee, our advisor. They brought back g:7,,,w many ideas which will be beneficial to this organization. Wdgtwf . . 22: f, The Cabinet for this year:- i....., ,, President ................ .................. ...... M a xine Robinson ,W Vice President , .................... ............... F rankie Radcliffe Treasurer ........................................... Aileen Kausen . WZZJQ Secretary .... .............................. G race Gwendolm Shaw gg, Wu, ,341 , Yell Leader ..,........................................ Ann Capaul lr I I ju ' j Song Leader .................... - ..................... Jessie Brazill WZ ? Chairman of Social Service Committee ...... ---. ........ Aileen Kausen J 7 ,Cal Chairman of Hospitality Committee ..... ......... ........ A cl a Kausen ff ' if ,,j Chairman of Social Committee .......... ............... E mma GU1l1CI'1'Z ,, ff 'l "4 ffgfif ' ,, , , , . If I A , Wana 7 +9 f 'V J ,fs , "C , J T ' 'rrf 7 . , v ., -"' ,, J ,, fa- ,,,,,, sw, 4,-,aff a,,. 'fb' , , . ,f - ff wi V , z V fa. , 4 ff , , , ,, af 1 ff ,, . H V , ,I ,A 10,2 Q haf, ah 4. f, MWA 4 43i,M,,,,,W,,,,, ,, , ,, Xcalilmf Club First Row+Mr. Carlson. Mr. Sorem, Mr. Doughty. Second Row--Robert Hanna. Edwin Fowler. Ivan Redden. Paul Stafford. Scott Petersen. Harold Langdon. Third Row Edwin Vvlinklcr. Henry Grossi. Lyle Davie. Edwin Dahlquist. Robert Morgan, Leland Brightman. Ernest Winklei'. HE EXCALIBUR CLUB is an organization sponsored by the Community Club to create a closer connection between the business man and the high school K student, to encourage school spirit, to promote better citizenship, and to help others. ' The motto of the club is: "He who seeks to serve another best serves himself." Xt Meetings are held each Monday with business men in attendance. Talks are ' given on different occupations and businesses by men actually connected with such occupations or businesses. I The club accomplished several outstanding things this year. It built a score gfe "" board for the gymg took charge of the gym and tennis courts during the Christmas holidaysg and helped to keep order in the study hall before school and during the noon period. The members of the Excalibur Club want to express at this time their thanks to the Community Club for their interest in the Excalibur Club and their effort to make the club a success. il A L 3 ,,,,, ..,.. . " Q, f ii i V Q ,..,. ' , ja V 36 ' be . 4 if Q in 0 , ,,,, A 4 I I f 1 ,,,. Z1 ,,,,, i ,..i.,,, M fs"r 'rrf' M iii. rrtre t gd ff- trrr"' "" ""'q ' f ffeefffy f,,,.....,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 ili. fffan A.. ,,,,f,,,,, g ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,W Wm"M""""""""""""Wn'f'f""ff fff"f' W ffff'm,,,Ww,..,,,,. ,.,,, ,, ggffzwwf, .,.,., M ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,, hymn ,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,ff.4.,,,,,,,i.f,,,,,,,,,.,,, WM" , . ,. wf,K4.,pwmwf .,.,,.,, ,.,,.,,,,,,Aw,,,,w 4 H Z V fi, ,Q-. 1 in THE STAFF ' Top Row. left to right-Mr. Clabby, Advisor: Anne Petersen, Editorg Dorothy Perry, W fl Assistant Editorg Edwin Fowler, Business Manager, .- 'f Second Row-Grace Shaw, Organizationsg Hildur Andersen, Literaryg Myrtle Christiansen, Tl Artg Maxine Kausen, Classes VU! Third Row-Paul Stafford, Calendarg Irene Johnson, Exchangesg Maxine Robinson. Girls' -gil Athleticsg Blair Graham, Boys' Athletics. ww if Fourth Row-Jessie Brazill, jokesg Frankie Rackliff, Alumnig Ieanette Petersen, Photo- , 'A graphyg Martha Andersen, Cartooning. jf il, . Vx Fifth Row-Ivan Rcdden. Circulation Managerg Helena Edeline, Typist: Irma Grandi, N ,U Typist: Ernest Winklci'. Ass't. Business Manager. 5 W3 5, ,ff , 1' V"- ' :fe 'if in 3 37 W2 ' 4 f'ri ' - 1 1 I A li' ,J , . 4 r,.r 4 ,ff Z f il V ,, ,:.,: ,.., ,,l.v.v,, I if -vl- :ix lll- 4 y,,,,,,,Q,lj,, I ., liz nm, 4, .,. 14 w r-H fl., ,,,, rj, ., , ' 22 ,ff , f 'ff z 1 -if ' M ,, I w,Mi,,.,f if If I :iw 110 ,62 X, Wil?1417.i33:51,,15, qm4,-11123:ffeem'zf,,.t,,, ,,,, 4. WW, 47, iziilngfwffwiff 4, W? ' 1 'Ma Wx ,, ' ,, ,,,, Wm' N "" I 'mn "" WM f'--' lf 'N ,f,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,f W MW MW 4 x ff. XYZ Wlf aaa h f I , f.. f V 7 Vw A ywwf' 4 4i2.Qfgg,.',.f242jff' ff , I, ,V , cc , Y! Cll3f8CtCfS 111 ISS Clleffy OSSOH1 N MARCH ruth and 7th t etta, Miss Cherryblossom, by Dodge and Dodge. It was one of the most entertaining and successful entertainments ever produced by the Music Department. The stage setting was simple, but extremely beautiful in its simplicity. Two Japanese gateways, which made up the background, were covered with garlands of Pink and white blossoms. The tea house was also decked with garlands. The two silver trees were very expressive of the miniature size of japanese trees. The entire setting carried out the idea of a Japanese tea garden. The costumes of the leads he Music Department presented a three act Oper' were all imported gowns. Une gorgeous robe. which was loaned by Mrs. P. Clausen, was over one hundred years old. Several other gowns were quite old, and all were extremely beautiful. The entire production was directed by Miss B. Murray who was ably supported by other faculty members and students. 'D i T Z W? ,Q l, 38 ,... 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Hcnry Fuslcr .Innes -U ..w......Ag.....,. ,, ......,. -g, Hnmcc XX'Ul'Il1lIIgIOI1 RUTH -. ....,,.M , ...v,..gg, ,MU 'Lnncs Young -lcssnzx V.1mlc1'pnnl , 'Togo -Y ,, ,U Thu Q.lSI was Clmrns. lilllhl Alnlwnsnn lx4.n'll1.1 Amlcrsvn Nnrccn lf.n'ly Ad.: K.lnscn MLlI'QllI'L'I Rcgli M4nilLl.n Tlmlnscn Em Vnlsccclmi Rnc Vvfrigllt Priscilla Allwcc Ella llcglmtti .llwly suppnrtcd lwy an lxlrgu clwrus of UEISHA GIRLS Allccn Kllnsun lxllxlnc Rvlwinsnn Hvlcnu TllLllWl11LlI1 Mulwl Mnssi AMERICAN CHORUS Annu Oliwr Evclyn lvlzltyslmck Raymond -lcspcrscn Divan Urnmly lrmzl Grandi Hams Andcrson Lydia Binsca Alcssic Brnzill ,Ivan Rulglcn SCOII Pk'fL'l'SCl1 - - -Myrrlf Clwristillnsun -----EI'lk'SI Bn GL-isbn Girls nn w uwnlow gl Amcricun Qxlllfn' H.1Il .lUl'QCIlSL'H Bnflllflff Sl1lL'lLlS lrunc jnlmsnn Jnscplm Clausen Lam Dcglnn GcrtrL1d-J Ivlnorc Rolwrt Ivlnrgnn Kcnncth Prust Rolwcrt Hanna M:11'ic Kutri ' 7 1 lv' --lf 41 4 'TZIAO 9 0 f ff 4,4 if , If 1 ang 'y 0 , - if ! 4..,, f Mffgjj 4 f' W, 3 ,X z 5 7,24 .OWS f4j,hW41: 9 7' nf' 42,7 f " QV Q 44 if ? 2 Z? ' ff J, l 'f ,df ,V,, gfwg Q 1 V' 1' ' 1 ,M , X ' HW' " Q ' 5 A UW, M M., WU JM. V, ,5,Zf,,,5,ff, , ,l M ,,,,.,, ,,Y'!,f!,l,, I Wnh!W7mW,fv WWWZQ y 7' f WW, A be ,f ,,,,, Wy, ' " f f'?'fY,1VZW,,,ffm,,.,2W,,, -2 ,W 7 Tm l L ' e 11 I i .2 .Exif VJ ' i ' 2 Y 22, E 2 XJ fi? EA 2,."Zi2,,E 1 -sd . i WWW i 5 ii fffffi l G2l1'ilS7 GIGS Standing-Helena Edeline, Anne Oliver, Barbara Hess. Vernita Rossen. Beatrice Shields. Miss Murray Seated-Eleanor Shields, Myrtle Christiansen, Elma Ambrosini, Norene Early. Ella Pedrotti. OSSIBLY THE MOST UNIQUE organization in the school is the Girls' Glee. All the work done by the girls in learning and singing their songs is Clone in A Cappella style, that is, entirely without accompaniment. Singing in this style requires n. great deal of training and hard work and constant attention throughout any performance. All singing is done in two or three parts. ' The girls present a lovely group appearance in their white costumes and red ties. The costumes are a new feature this year. The Club has made a great many appearances during the year. Some of the performances were at the Community Club, Church socials, Benefit shows, school programs, and at the annual Music Festival in Arcata. 1 .,,. "Vw, l 40 . 1 2' Q 5 9 .AW 3 Milf 7 , ' ': 6 , .I '- jg Vl7f'f' 9 2 1 , MM ,Q Vlimi asf" """"""' """"' ' I ,.. .,,,,W,W0w4 2 WMM ' ,H . ,,,,. ...,.. , , ,... .,.... .. .... ,.. ..,. ..... ,,,., , . , ,,,,, ,,f?f2fff:x:z:ffWa,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,a ""' H "t'- ""'jgg':::-"ZQ,,QffQQhi" . i' gif. ,yyg 1 rg N ",Yp,.'V,,V. ,MN If f ' "" fwq, ,,,, A by TWV-w.:.::sgfff::--1---ff,,-,,:,,,ggg:ff- f ,,,,Y,w W ,,,,,,, ,,g,,,fg,:--11:1mt1::::::-'.: ,fY-f """"'fff--W--V'----' fm ,...,,ff. wt ,..,,. .. ., H f-f-f ,,,,,, M ,m,M,fa,,,..,,,,,,W-.,,,..z,,,.rs,,-,N,,g,.4,g,,,,,,,,, ,..,,. W...,..,,... ,,,W,M:auv-rf 4,M,W,,,, . ,MI rcllestra HIS YEAR the members of the orchestra deserve a tremendous amount of credit for the ground that they have covered, and for the excellence in the production of their music. Miss Murray also deserves a great deal of praise for the capable manner in which she has conducted the work in instrumental music. A semiforchestra recital was given at Christmas time, and proved to be a very lovely affair. Twelve numbers were played. All were well given, and enjoyed by those present. The orchestra took part in the Music Festival at Arcata and Eureka. A group of students selected from the orchestra played at the Dairymen's Banquet. This small orchestra also played during the Motion Pictures at the Benefit Shows. M MEMBERS , Cornet Clarinet Violins Grace Eva Tonini Edwin Winkler Jessie Brazill Earl Hendricksen Ernest Brownlow Piano Mabel Mossi f X Drums Beryl Wilbur Margaret Regli john Russ Mathilda Thomsen Jean Brown I Bass Rose Bryant Barbara Gries w- f'1f W Leland Brightman Eb Alto Saxophone C Melody Saxophone Horn Robert Morgan Bruce Compton Clyde Brownlow Raymond Jespersen wwf., if My any Wg' 41 ee i evi s . f ff W ""s f A 7 ffv, 1 if 'A , X, I i 2 C3lifOf11iH SCl1Ol3fSl1iP 6ClC1'2llfiO11 Chapter 158 5 Top Row----Edwin Wiiikler, Harlan Diedrieksen. Marie Goff Grace Shaw. Edwin Fowler, Ernest Vxfinkler, Second Row--Mary Shinn. Jeanette Petersen. Anne Peterssen, Evelyn Renner. Margaret Regli. HIS BRANCH of the California Scholarship Federation was organized five years ago. The purpose of the organization is to foster a higher standard of scholarship, and broader ideals of service on the part of the students. Member' f g 5 ship is gained through elegibility and application. A student with eight scholar' fy i ship points frequired mininumj and two outside activity points fpermissive maxi' Z' fi mumj, or with ten scholarship points, is elegible. XX I Dorothy Perry and Evelyn Renner have been members for six semesters or f ' more for which they will receive the official Federation pin, the C. S. F. lamp. 1 Several others who had been members for four semesters were awarded the no- Zt vitiate pin. fi, li THE OFFICERS FoR THE YEAR 1 . . , Ernest Winkler -- .... Presldent mx? Anne Petersen -- - .... Vice Pres. J" Evelyn Renner -- ---- ----Secretary Faculty Advisor --- .... Miss McKee M "'f f fffe , 'i Z 42 fferarv frelvf 2 ""'ff' 0 fa, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,y 5 lflllpifl H ,,,, A.pp,,,4. ,,.ff" M '....., 6 .if gl ,.,,,,yM MW "" "r"'m"'"""-"wL9'54fvaeavv-''"M'-'W-fwwa-Mffmffwfff-wana-c,,,.,w,,,,.,,.,,,:1!Wi5 W, ,U f 7 ramatic Cluln Top Row-Mr. Clabby, Ernest Winkler, Lyle Davie, Robert Morgan, Paul Stafford, Leland Brightman, George Howard, Edwin Fowler. Second Row-Ralph Branstetter, Harlan Diedricksen, Grace Shaw, Aileen Kausen, Lois Chambers, Maxine Robinson, Ivan Redden, Robert Hanna. Front Row-Iviyrtle Christiansen, Elma Ambrosini, Ann Capaul, Martha Andersen, Jean' ctte Petersen, Evelyn Renner, Doris Miiier. The Dramatic Club's principal achievement this year was the production of "The Queen's Husband." Throughout the spring the Cast met on Wediiesdziy evenings for rehearsals. In addition to this three act comedy members of the club aided in the Benefit Shows that were so helpful in raising funds for this issue of the yearbook. There were also several one-act plays. This year's club officers were: President .................................... Robert Hanna Vice President ............................. Jeanette Petersen Secretary ................................. lvfartha Anderson ? Treasurer .................................... Anna Capaul f 2 22 ia W7 ,gang ff ' -,C ,fyq 1, 2454 2? . , A ,Q ,,, my , ,"'..g, 7 j Qi ,zf"2 Q , I avfwui Z 5 'Q W ' , I 2 6 , 1" ff' , 7 W ,j Q 'L , 7 43 Z l i ,Q i ,V ,mga f fy' L47 ffl if ff M-, 4,3 W f M 7 4, ,, 2 Z NNN- Mjyfff za. ,J SSN ,iffy I , 4 ,4 ,1 an ff , , i ,,,, lj , i ff s -f ww. ,MQ X W 1 fwzfi f ,A ,,,,,a KCT C 14661175 I-Il.lSlJ21I1C1n "The Queen's Husband," a 3 act play by Robert Sherwood, was presented on the evenings of May 8 and 9. It proved to be one of the best plays presented within the last two years. The rich array of colorful costumes added much to the pleasure of the audience. All of the players were better than the average high school playerg some of them were far better than average. However, it is im- possible to praise one without praising all, and space will not permit. An unusually efficient stage crew handled the difficult problem of staging a realistic revolution in the second act. Too much praise cannot be given to "Lee" Brightman, stage manager, and "Brick" Dahlquist, assistant stage manager, for their efficient and intelligent carrying out of all the problems that confronted them. Along with Major Blent in the play, they both deserve "another medal." They were ably supported in their revolution by Hans Anderson, Stafford Heney, Don Ambrosini, and Grace Tonini. Several other students assisted in the numerous odd jobs throughout the two weeks previous to the performance. Cast of "The Queen's Husband" Frederick Granton Phipps ........... Lord Birten ...... Petley .......... Princess Anne .... Queen Martha .... ---------------------------..-----.. Robert Morgan --- Robert Hanna --- Lyle Thomsen ------------ Ed Etter - - - - Jeanette Petersen Evelyn Renner ---- Maxine Robinson Grace Shaw I Ladies in Waiting .... ..... H elene Andersen Lois Chambers ' General Northrup .... Ernest Winkler King Eric VIII .... ........ I van Redden Major Blent ..... .... L eland Brightman Soldier ........ .... E rnest Brownlow Dr. Fellman ..... .... H arold Pedrazzini Prince William .... ...... P aul Stafford 1 Laker ................ ....... S cott Petersen Stage Manager .......... ...... L eland Brightman Assistant Stage Manager --- ....... Edward Dahlquist Costumes ............. ..... Mi ss Constance McKee pf Art Work --.. ...... Myrtle Christiansen M Director -- ......... James Clabby iw , 'Biz ' , I 'Au ' ' .r 5 4 ' . At w ul 44 4" ' " ' W ' 2 ..,..,... ,..,,.,,,...,. , ., wrvipnvili . -f,. 1 ,igfgg 9 f,,, , ffffff,,:1f--7,15 fffg :f,1....f . . nge, 1 .-I--W-...l-M----M '1"fi-"11 A .... as-' . :ef ......p::. Vg, ! 1 I i 1 r I P all Q5 S2 f ? . A fm i i X" T' '-W? A ll ,Q-:i4n..,4dJlU' f all 3' .2 0 ' 'I' ff .. ' I ' f X8 ' . 'i ., 2 49 5 2 'Q ' f N Q 1 2 'i. . .ff 2 I gflfj 5,49 5352 ff. mx , 4, , 3 M "f7L4f1y'h ,ff ' 2,101 7 i. ff , ,fda H ,,0zfajA.hjdWk' ,.,,f1If,, Qf" his , wffwmffyy f f I I 'n'f,.,,ifQffffjiifjf?Wff'Z f-ff YZ H 1' !, ., . ,V ,,,,., -me ,,., .4 ,Wm 'RQ S! Calendar AUGUST 11 School reopens today. Mm! School all day. There ought to be a law against it. In- troducing Mr. Doughty and Mr. Carlson, our new principal and coach, respectively. AUGUST 22 No school today. The Fair saves us. AUGUST 29 Not many Frosh in evidence today. Yes, tonight's initiation. SEPTEMBER 13 The Alumni were beaten today in the first football game of the season We heard a good deal of talk from the Alumni before the game. SEPTEMBER 18 Frosh are all carrying boxes today. Big Rally tonight. The Juniors bring the apples while the Sophs and Seniors bring a strange feeling of hunger. SEPTEMBER 27 We were beaten today by Eureka but here's a tip for some enterprising young man: peddle bandages in the vicinity of the Eureka bench. OCTOBER 25 We played a tie game today with the H. S. T. C. second string. They must be a lot of competition for the first string. What do you think? NOVEMBER 23 End of the marking period and we receive cards. Oooh, some of the expressions you see. 46 3 5 Qc: ,,..,,,.,...,.,, . i. ,,,, ..,, 1 . A Q. .,....... . . . ii .s.i i . .. B .,. .... .ii 1QQf"'iQQ1.QfQi ...... so ,,,. "" ' "'t-"-"tf ,..fIf.f'fQQQ1',Qii ,.,,,,, . 1 ..... f' f---qw, .,.. ,,.,, , - ,,,, -..ZLTZLCJJ11QmWwAM,,,m,W.,m,g,,,,w,,,M,qAW, .,.. M,,,,mW.,.W.,,,.m,,.,,.,Q.,,W ,,,, MQ.,-m-1 Calendar- Continued IO' A1'f!i7' A xt HLNXSFNN !j', ft!! " Nmxxm - 4 l hi H lm., . . 'liven 5'?"3" ii K 4 FPL? 1 ' l K f A Q X x X l g hh N- aw 1' DECEMBER 1 7 Oh, Boy, Christmas Holidays. Well, I think we've worked too hard this semester, anyway. JANUARY s Back again! We see a few new toys here and there but they don't last longg "Prof." soon has them in his desk. If you don't believe it, ask Grossi. JANUARY 23 Here's some real news: we beat Eureka in a basketball game today. Were they sore? Of course, we hated to see them beaten butl- MARCH 6 The Operetta was a big success, thanks to Miss Murray and the cast. Davie was a lead' ing character playing the squintfcyed old repro' hate of a Jap inn-keeper. Davie loves character parts. MARCH 19 We held an interfclass track meet today. Things look pretty with C. Brownlow pole' vaulting five feet. MARCH 26 Excalibur Club played the Business Men 4 19 ,pf I l 5 s v - wx . 'wx 'Y toda in a ame of baseball. Guess who won? 7' H :A Y S J The Business Men had an advantageg most of gig- them were built with such rotundity that they W' 3 H" couldn't see the ball and therefore hit it once f X f in a while. ' 6 l APRIL 10 1 ' F We lost our first game today to Arcata. 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Both xwrc well attended. i X 1' I APRIL 50 C ' L fQ?,,.!J" Mi', l'itman, Educational Director .ind Big l'..'Q:Qii' Brotliei' to K. l'. UN gave us a talk. "ffl Q. .A 1 KF f MAY 1 Q 3 Y X X 0 No scliool today. j MAY 2 B Redwood City noses us out in the ninth by 1 fm score. Vwfliata life! Whzitii life! -Ns " X X MAY 8-9 "The Queen! Husband" was grand. Good acting, colorful costumes, .1 thrilling rcvoluf tion' surely tliat'5 the formula for a full even' ingfs entertainment. MAY 19 junior Prom gives the Seniors a real fare' well. Good luck, Seniors. MAY 29 Seniors graduate. l 1 ' ff? 1 VA ffm ff 4 8 X2 f ,, Mwwa 5 7 Wg., ,,,, .. 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W,,,,..,,,,,' A W, , , M WWWWM e Honor weatcr Each year, Ferndale High School awards to its most worthy athlete an honor sweater, symbolic of outstanding achieevment in athletics and other student activi- ties. The sweater is awarded at the end of the student's junior yar. The standards by which the student is judged are many. The attitude of the athlete toward the sport in which he is competing influ' ences to a large degree his worthiness. If that attitude is an active interest, product' ive of outstanding achievement, the athlete is given a high rating. The performance in several sports with above average ability also influencesnthe judges in making ' their award. The personal characteristics of the athlete himself, both on and off the field are given much weight. Cooperation with coach and -team members, strict adherf ence to rules of training, attitude of sportsmanship toward opposing teams and to' ward his own team, and attendance at practice are also important items in judging his worthiness. The athlete winning this sweater may justly be proud of his work. It is a signal achievement toward which all worthy athletes should point. I join with the Student Body of the Ferndale Union High School in extending to this year's winner, Leland Brightman, hearty congratulations. GORDON T. CARLSON, Coach. , . e . 'YQ ga X 2 ,aa J , gh .awp f , Z ff if ww 'f ' ,...,,.. U ..,. .V,V I WWW-f '--A ..... ..... ,,.,., ,,.. ff ,QW c, -. Mt .7 .yy A "..2'? 1 qv 4 vi' 3. 1 f t, 4 af ,' an f Zf' ,.'LV ' 4 X Z4 ZW ffm, ,J ff, .,, ,V Z 4 I 9 . .,.,i'fVf's , ,.,.,,M A! all H 4 ll 2 it 5..- ', 7 ' 'j,,'i1r 7 - , st ' "" l v f , , ligig, 9 4 4' W 4.2342 f r f 1 "4"-W 'V fm., 11, 1 , A V '4"""'W4V" +fXff'Ze V f f any - -f . 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We are proud of the fact that at no time during the season were we beaten by a big score. We are also proud to say that the team was the best one we've had for a number of years. This shows that the teams have been improving. Next ng, 25 3 year we hope to be able to put even a better team into the league. This should be possible, for although we lose a number of veterans, we still have a number of I regular team members and substitutes left, due to the fact that a number of Freshf men and Sophomores went out for the team this year. Captain Brightman, "The Fighting Irishman," ran the team in good fashion. .Z 1 Redden, Grossi, and Prust made the allfcounty first team, Redden as Captain. W Stafford, Brightman, and Fowler made the allfcounty second team. The following are the scores: ,..,.. .A Ferndale 27 Alumni O. Ferndale O Eureka 14. Ferndale 6 Del Norte 7. Ferndale 13 H. S. T. C. 13. Ferndale O Del Norte 6. Ferndale 52 Willits 6. Ferndale O Eureka 19. During the season we outscored our opponents 98-65. The game with Willits was the first intersectional game we have had since we I M played South San Francisco in 1923. The Willits boys put up a good fight V,f?' our team outplayed them every minute of the game. 5 M 53 ff . f..f' ..rr faf. f 2 , Q ...... . ... . - . . . . , ,. , rank 'aff- , "" .V " W 7,729 1' , ' LM A . ,,,., , ,.,V fywffri' ' ' ...W f ., ,,.,,,,, e 3 . 'E 't with South Fork, who will Q22 eavywei l1t aslietlnall l Top Row' Rohert lvlorgan. Ugo Valsecchi. Coach Cordon Carlson. Mark Bughee. Leland Brightman. Second Row -Kenneth Prust. Edwin Fowler, Paul Stafford. Ivan Redden. Henry Grossi. A HE HEAVYWEIGHT TEAM was one of the hardest fighting teams on the z floor this year. From the very first game to the last game we had "Old Man , Hard Lucki' hounding our footsteps in the form of inelligible players. Even with 5' 7 this great handicap we succeeded in winning two out of eight league games. "Pinky" Redden made the all county heavyweight first team. Fowler made the allfcounty second team. All credit goes to the patient and faithful coaching of Gordon Carlson. During the season the heavyweights won two practice games f The following are the 7 Ferndale f Ferndale Ferndale .X fly, 1 Ferndale V Ferndale L 'air . QV H 1 The most 'Is 5 R 5 f fi A XN e . . W I 4 ' E 732,52 . v . V, egg F A . r f f -2 , f enter the C. I. F. League next year. scores of the games: 17 Arcata 20 Ferndale 15 Areata 30 Ferndale 26 Eureka 22 Ferndale 14 Eureka 32 Ferndale 9 Del Norte 43 Ferndale 16 li Del Norte 43 18 Fortuna 'll ZS Fortuna 14 29 South Fork I6 South Fork I4 thrilling battle of the season was Ferndales 26912 trouncing of the 2 highly touted Eureka team on our floor. Ferndale led throughout until the final 0 minute when Eureka tied the score. The extra period proved the mettle of our boys when they sank two field goals to send Eureka down to defeat. This was 4 f A f the first victory over a Eureka team for several years. 54 2 1 Z Ir I 2 1 2 9 7 ' f ? 11 a aff ' 4? if ,, ' ,, 55 . , K , gy ,f ,,,,W,W, Z, 5 vii , J N 1 ..,... , V W, .. 4 , ef' i AV' f,,,, U ' 3 3' dw .'if.-f ,, .,,. , .Q ,, ,W I I I IVVV , 7 ff ' ' We f ff ..... . ,.,,,., M., ,,.,,,f,,,.,.,..,,0f5A.,,fffw,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,.w,,,.2iiZw-,,,, ..,., , ,jjkgww I igli tweiglit aslietlmll Top Row Rollin Anderson. Coach Gordon Carlson. Brucc Compton. Vcrno Srconcl Row --fEd. Dahlquist. Lcslic 1'laywood, Stafford Hcncy. Lylc Davic HFN BASKETBALL season startcd it was discovcrcd that not o n Krill nc light' 5 wuight vctcran rcmaincd. Coach Carlson had to huild a now tcani of grccn inatcrial. Although thu scason was not vcry succcssful, as no lcaguc gamcs wcrc won, wc look forward to grcat things from our team ncxt season. In cvcry game thc Fcrndalcrs uasily outclasscd thcir opponcnts in "Fighting Spirit." G 1 Two wracticc gamcs wcrc ala cd with South Fork and tivc with thc Fvworth f i . i Y 1 I Lcaguv. Th'1l ' 1- 1 Q to owing .uc thc stoics ot thc gamcs: Fcrndalc 10 Arrata 29. Fcrndalc 21 Arcata VZ. Fcrndalc 9 Fortuna 34. Ferndale 11 Fortuna 40. 'iff Zi! , 7,,,,f' Fcrndalc 6 Eurcka 25 Ferndale 12 Eurcka 26, Fcrndalc 19 Crcsccnt City 21. Fcrndalc 12 Eurcka 26. W 4 Z l'rrndalc 21 South Fork 15. Ferndale 37 South Fork 6. ' 7 Z9 , W, I, rw Q if if I , llrr f ff ,f 22714 f 2 1 . 2' ' 55 . .1 f , 1 4 ' fi A, if , 'f !,"z, N" f ,,4,'3- fi wi ff, ,il , if X 7, 4 M62 ,Zag . ,,'. f ff . P"-f' " 1 ' ,- . fa ,Q y 1 --vr . f-ffff' , ?4 , WW Z X ,Z 2.,,,,,,,,,g,,,Qllj,fff- V w,W,,,,-f gli ,,,f,, , W Wig? 443 V f M, V, flf! I LN 4 f"?'ff., 1 f ffl 3 ,, , ,Y , frlrlf I ,, if W W0 , ',W,f,,,,., rf.-'W' ' W W .W . Z i if it . 3 5 5, 1. 2 ff : fl ' ' lil alt. x 1 ll 3SClJ2ll.l lt L. Top Row-Rollin Anderson. Francis Goff. Harold Langdon. Stafford Heney. Ernest Brown- low. Earl Cox. Rae Wright. Ivan Redden. George Howard. , Second Rowffxrthur Barri. Henry Grossi. Robert Haywood. Leslie Haywood, Clyde Brownlovv. Lyle Davie. Ferndale S-Eureka 1 HROUCH SUPERIOR pitching by Brownlow we were able to take Eureka into camp. Brownlow fanned 14 men. The boys had their battling eye, for they made twelve hits. Ferndale 6-Fortuna S Ernest Brownlow was compelled to leave the mound because of a sore arm. ' Cox who followed him pitched good ball, but both our infield and outfield made numerous errors. Ferndale 1-Arcata 7 The Arcata boys took advantage of the breaks and our boys didn't. Brown' low pitched good ball but the rest of the team had an off day. Ferndale 7-South Fork 3 Behind good pitching by Brownlow who fanned eleven batters, the Red and White came through to break even in the winning column by beating South Fork. Redden and Grossi starred at the bat. The entire team performed up to standard in batting. Q Ferndale 10-AEureka Business College 2 - in Haywood twirled the Ferndalers to a 1Of2 victory over the Eureka Business 1 College on our diamond in the first game of the season. Ferndale 6-Ferndale Independent 3 mi, Q Haywood and Cox shared the mound duty in administering a six to three I jj, trouncing to the town team while their teammates gathered a dozen hits. A goodf ' l2'i""'ff'753sized crowd saw the contest. 5,5 2 Q, 5. file 56 ff HM 7 f . .KW , ., m"W"'wyi4aL,aw . 25513 .,,.,,., . 3 " .5 I ' '--A ffwf ,122 7 ,,,, In it-.. ,,,, 5 ,5 .,. ,.4f' ,,, V, , ..., . ,, l H . , .... """"M-fs 0-v ,..,.,, , - ,.,. M .FRC I L la 1 l A Top Row'-Francis Goff. Ernest Brownlow, Earl Cox. Paul Stafford, Harold Pedrazzini, Earl Hendrieksen, Rae Wright, Edwin Fowler, Ivan Redden. Kenneth Prust. Second Row-Joseph Clausen. Rohert Haywood. Ugo Valseechi, Robert lvforgan. Charlie Anderson. Leland Brightman. The interscholastic track meet will he held in Fortuna this year on May 23. HEAVYWEIGHT TRACK The heavyweight team is composed of quite a few veterans. We have a very good chance of winning the meet in this division. The following are the members of the heavyweight squad and the event which ' 5 . j , thhey will probahly participate in: "Pinky" Redden Pole vault, shot put, groad jump. . Z W, ., Fowlerf 220, 880, broad jump, relay. if 9. ,. Thompsonf'-440, relay. VA '.j,f,Auy V Brownlowq High jump, broad jump, shot put. -, W1 fm, I CoxffHigh jump. 1 ,,,, Wright--880, pole vault. H Prust Shot put, 220 low hurdles. .'.,. , lviorgan-f-Relay, 220 low hurdles, broad jump. 4.-' 1,1 PedrazzinifShot put. - Goff- -Shot put. Charles Andersen-Mile. jf? . Brightman-100, 220, relay, broad jump. ji? ,R Valseeehi-440, 220. I ,M .5jf'i 1' R. Haywood-880. I QL? 'P fi ' Qi 4, Ji z ? 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The following arc the members of the lightweight squad and the events in which they will probably be entered: KrillA440. Barri-High jump, pole vault. H. Anderson-Shot put, broad jump. Davie-Shot put, broad jump, 100, 220 relay. R. Anderson-e120 low hurdles, relay. Clausen-220, 440, high jump. De Carlif-220, 440. C. Kausen-440, 120 low hurdles, relay, high jump. L. Haywood-High jump, 440. Dahlquist-Shot put. Berti-120 low hurdles. C. Brownlow-Pole vault, high jump, shot put, 120 low hurdles. Steeves-440. Ambrosini-100, 220, relay. There have been two intcrfclass track meets so far this year. The first one the Sophomores and Seniors vs. Juniors and Freshmen. The sophomores and Seniors won by a score of 88f42. The second track meet was Freshmen and Seniors vs. Juniors and Sophomores. The Juniors and Sophomores won by a score of 60-53. Two dual trackmeets have already been arranged. One with Fortuna W3.S , will be held April 24, and the other one with South Fork will be held May 16. is probable that dual track meets will also be held with Arcata and Eureka. viz' fi .5 I 1 V, Z f 1 9235, if ' l- , , ..,.,.... ., ,,,.,.. .wily N fwM,' 7' Q ., ..,.. ,,,,,,, ,. ,.,,. , ..,,...... ,. .,,,.,.,,,,,, Z, 'j'jj1j:g:f55::5 p , YV: , dlp., 3 .,,, m0w,,, 'V W N .,,,..,--... .. ,, ,, 3 wxgifflimwfmwjhwhilr W ww ,I V., ,,,.., M ,.,- , ,... .....,..... . . .,. .,...., ..,,,., 2 .... , .'r" ,,,,. f' " """' ' ' fb f"ff . Wm illj N Mm " W1 .,..., mmm:1.m,,m,s:1:::::11:11:11:-,ffw1..:::fwe-1 -11,1' -1 - .,,, 's....,,, ,WWnW,MM,mWa4bqar, ,,,, ,,,,, f f ,.,,. Girls, F Society Top Row. left to right-Miss Parsons. Maxine Robinson. Mary Shinn. Ada Kausen. Aileen Kauseng second rowQGrace Shaw, Rachel Leonardi, Maxine Kausen, front-Ann Capaul, Mable Mossi. I T IS THE POLICY of the Girls' F to foster interclass activities. Interclass volley ball, basketball, and baseball games were arranged this year More points are required to win a letter this year, and consequently there arc not as many members as before. Twenty points are given for participation in each sport. A letter is awarded to a girl who has a total of one hundred points. Whexi she has earned an she may become a member of this society. Extra points are also given to captains of teams. For every 50 additional points, a star is awarded. , u, 4, The members gave a party to those chosen to go to Play Day at Arcata, which I the Women's Athletic Association holds every year. Basketball and volleyball , games were played during the evening. There were also some very clever tumbling S ,lv I ll ,I ,, stunts. Afterwards punch and cookies were served. THE OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR gem President ...... ................. - ................ M axine Robinson W VicefPresident -- ............. ............. ...... .... A n n e Capaul , SecretaryfTreasurer - ,........ ........................ G race G. Shaw M Activity Manager - ..... .................... ......... A i leen Kausen 1 . . 'll f , i I gifat, 32? 1 1 I .... . z 1 'Q " S9 gt ,' . ff-1 if f j gg gf , 'M 'J H M., ..., MM ..,,,,, W, . ., ,A VV.. ' f, Z I f I feei- f'f" I I "'fe I' -.ii .... . f .... .. ..,, ,..,.. , f ,, . fe 1,1 .,,, f 4, " " ww 'V 0' '44v4w.Wa ,,,f,, ,,,.,,,, i .,,Af-fu ..,,, iw-f""""""' "" "' """ "fWf"' 'wm.mWWffkmWfw , .,.,,.,,,,,f,,,,, ,,,,, , V"'e,,hff"ff"f'f 'fff ffv I' ""'W'!'7'- effw, G'lI'lS 7 Back Row-Eva Valsecchi, Helene Andersen, Madeline Oliver, Alma Hansen, Edith Walker. Front Row-Miss Parsons, Ruby Biasca, Grace Tonini, Margaret Regli. HE VOLLEYBALL season started off with a game between the Seniors and juniors. Although the juniors fought hard to win the Seniors overfpowered them and the final score was 2144 in favor of the Seniors. We The next game of the season was played between the Freshmen and Sophof 5 mores. The Sophomores, having more experience than the Freshmen, won the game. The score was 2140. The championship game was then played between the Sophomores and the Seniors. The Seniors were certain that they were going to win, but the Sophof mores were also confident of winning. The Sophomores finally won with a score of 21f18. l i 4? in 1, l lr V9 . 9, 5 , MWA N 'Te Kr ' 'ff Q ff ta ' s-- 4 1 I- 60 ' 1 f W AAA, ' ii if395"95'W ""f'fff 'ff"-- f '-Nff'w'LZ,f:rm::::::::fxx .. "'r 5:11:11gzzzzzzrfffgqgggffgjfffg..,.,..,,.. M "M """ ' ""l"""" ' ' ""' r'jjjg':.tgg::"g .',,Q ,.,, .,,,,.,.,.. M ..,.,,, L """'s,,,,mu-W sw ':" r:'9:f':' "-fill'-lanu49"r:r:.: -A-'g: ggggg:::::-1:35-gggg,,,. 'f,,,1: gfxgggggz --:1:--f:- 1 1 A-" g 'H'-ww-mf-1""'-"W" NWN . 'WW ,,.,, f. , ,,,,,,,, ,, ,M.,Wy,a,nwM H Q I A mM'Wk ! Glf1,S 2lSliCtl321.ll M A - . Grace Shaw. Lois Chambers, Aileen Kausen, Maxine Robinson, Jeanette Petersen, Mable Mossi. HE BASKETBALL SEASON started off briskly with the Freshmen and Sophof mores. Oh! Boy! What a hot game. Everyone felt sorry for the poor little green freshies, but the freshies moved along pretty well. The outstanding players for the Freshmen were Anne Katri, swift forward and captain of the team, and Clara Ambrosini, a flashy little side center. The outstanding players on the Sopho- more team were Helene Anderson, forward, and Margaret Regli, a guard. The game ended in favor of the Sophomores by an 1321 score. The' next game was between the Juniors and Seniors. The juniors had keen team work. The centers, Elma Ambrosini and Ruth Miner, played well together. lf it had not been for their good work the Juniors would not have had so many points. The Star players of the Seniors were Grace Shaw, a guard, and Aileen Kausen, a side center. The score at the end of the game was 1806 in favor of the ,1, Seniors. 2,7 ,,,,, The final game for the championship took place between the Sophomores and Seniors. The Sophomores could not seem to get going for the score turned out in favor of the Seniors 828, we 4 9 .W bf , we . I 'hw , 'rf "W ff' , ,-- I 'fqfl 1, 71, ,, ,. .ff 4655! 4-Mfg? ihffn ,f e,yf,n:,g I az, ,Wag . ff, Jiffh'-4 , . we ff fa W 1-'Mme f . f .f ' e f ,I - ' , ' ""' f ZZM: ff, 4 if f ,,.,., V M if " A 1. , ,, ,,..,,, ,. My ,. . ., , , M fl, f'-f- f M MQQW, ,Wy-'fgfffc ' 3 ,,,,i52'M"" , f'2"QM?Z2",QT2Z1e1fQZaff' , ' " ew., , 'muh lawn' K 7 , eff' , Q , 4 .Af 1 ,uf ' " ,,,,fWf ,.,,.,, 5 I x 4 a 5 2 E 1 2 i p I J i 4 i 5 ! I i E i 4 5 : 4 ! 5 'i I1 5 E i E I 3 HUMUIQ FV wx fra SX K 'Q S-n X Xl .,,,- OCS Miss Parsons f faifter taking at couple of looks zu: Pinky who was talking rather loudly in Study Hnllj Ivan, be quiet, 1 can hear you way up here. vlf :li Hzirlzui ftziking KICZIIICKICQS Chemistry pw perl Woii't you change your name to mine? Jeanette' -Oh, Harlan! this is so sudden. Miss McKee Qin sewingj - Girls, sew up your legs in buck and front. Iii FF 214 Miss Parsons- - fto Miss White, Have you -. Lohengrin's Weddiiig March? Miss White- No, I never had any use for it. W' ' -' . , . I .7 f , W , 'J ,J Mr. BL1ckley,,Wha1t part of the Sain Fran- 131 ' : fl cisco Parks do you like best? b ' rf Z3 N fx 'L,,..N, x Ed. Fowler, The benches. Wiiikieff Qgiving current eventj Fortyffive men were burned to death and only seven of them lived. :ic wk :if I 2 Jeanette' Aileen, when you take those pic' ,' V tures just take their necks, f 22 Bob Hanna, fSpeaking of the Shoreline 4 3 Highwziyj Theyill have to have more sparking jim' fpairkingj places when that Shoreline Highway comes through here. ....i Mr, Buckley' Acid, if not neutralized, will eat holes in clothes. bi g, Edgar Etter' Oh thut's the wily I make my ii . 1 ' ,f Z M, if "4" If 4' I fy y X , A 4 4,4, 2 Z .fff 3 4 , I .pf ef din ? Q . I button holes. ' 1 2 ,I -W 1.1.4. 1: , , I W,-fa-5. r Zi, , ,gf ' 65 " 'W fi 2 9 2-I ' 4, ,4ga' ,ff . 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Harlan-Smith Brothers. ak an is Bruce--fat operetta practicej "I'll stand outside your whistle and window like this." in sr if Leland-Un Tennis courtsj Hey, shut the door, I feel a draught. U an wk an l. Clyde--Oh, Miss Murray, is the drum a wind instrument. an -r wk Mr. Doughty--What prominent part did George Washington play in Brad' l dock's defeat? ' George Howard-His horse got shot. It 4: as H. Grossi-I've got the shoes on that I milk in. George Howard-Hum, that's funny, I thought you milked in a bucket. as an as Miss Parsons-Un Spanishj What's the word for kitchen. Ed. Fowler-Katrinka. at an Ik L Miss Parsons-fasking for names in Spanish, Who are they, Bruce? WJ., ' Bruce-Ferdinand and Anna, his husband. . 1- It wk sw' I Scott-I'm stuck on this question. A Mr. Buckley-I'm glad you like it. "A . I 66 4 ? M as , A E - "" 'fLgg1Lg"g..Qgg t"" j , ',""""""t "",' 5 TT- ,,,,,, V., ..,.,,,,,. 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Neighborfwith an operation, I guess. ull: . -ZY9 Q- I 1nQ .19 L A, , ' i wk :ze :se V X, Miss Parsons-Please put your cards on 'fi X wi lm ' the desk as you pass out. hs, , 15 Q v M raw ! th y 4 jf " - -1-, I ae wk ae ' gf ei ,, f X - S Mr. Buckley-fin chemistry, What does A. --' the symbol SB stand for? 'N -' ' 'Nfl - "' -fi---" Harlan-Smith Brothers. ' ,xxx wr as an 'A ,, 3 Ann Petersen- fTalking to staff at staff meeting, Now childrenfff 'n xt Paul StaffordffI'm going. E ' 6 4, 5 . 1 Nt li A 2 67 g"A MM ,A4A ,..' """ ::,pq':: . .,.,,,.,,...,' :':::::11:v-Q ei rj"'7' .MH ,c!,,xh. """"""' 4 ,,,,,,,, W ..,...,,A ,,,,,, N 171312111 """ 1111111 """""""' '--"' : ,1::11L11j5J1:'.-11. "A--'- ,,,,, '-'----"4 ---""'-'A'- . I i f-:xi i "-ff-w'W"' at ,.,,,, " QWWVM ,,f ,. Dono 1'S FERNDALE FERNDALE BANK RED STAR CLOTHING HOUSE Commercial and Savings Phone 29 Established 1893 phone 5,W HALL-JORGENSEN Painting and Paper Hanging RUSS WILLIAMS BANKING CO. 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