Ferndale Union High School - Tomahawk Yearbook (Ferndale, CA)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1947 volume:
Ferndale High, our loving Alma Mater
Homage we bring now to thee.
May thy sons and daughters ever faithful
Serve thee with loyalty.
By thy streams, where nature's voice is sweetest
Knowledge and truth make free.
And we'lI mount the hill of Life's fair struggles
Helped and inspired by thee.
Union High School
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There is pleasure in the pothless wood
There is a rapture on the lonely shore
There is society where none iutrudes,
By the deep sea, ond music in its roar.
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As an Inspiration for the Futura
We dedicate this Yearbook
Ferndale Union High School
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
For many years a certain individual has been dominant
the halls of Ferndale High. He has wooed fair maidens and
won their hearts. Our basketball, football, tennis, and t.:
heroes have envied his popularity, but have held his name 1
and fought for victory.
At rallies his name is cried over and over: at games 1
spirit invades the team and the roaring crowd. Today he in
taking us on a tour around the school. Weuof the Tomahawk
staff 'have had a hard time keeping up with him, but we have
followed his tracks until we found him resting in his favo:
We introduce to you the host of yesterday, today and '
morrow--Ferndale H1gh's own Wildcat--and -ask you to follow
his foot prints.
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This period is one of transition from easy employment and ready
entrance to educational institutions to a time in which employees must
meet exacting standards, and prospective college students must compete
for places in overcrowded universities: a transition from the time whe
every high school graduate was drafted into some phase of national def
to a period in which the individual must analyze his abilities, intere
and opportunities, so to place himself to become a happy and productiv
citizen: a transition from the time when every individual could nourim
and indulge his own prejudices, jealousies and suspicions, to one in 1
his very survival may depend on his ability to face with an open mind'
broad problems of minority discrimination and international greed and
May you, as students, take an active part in shaping a world in wi
freedom from want, freedom from fear, freedom of speech and freedom to
worship become realities, not just nebulous ideals.
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University of Calif
Typing I, II, III
Bookkeevping I, II
San Jose State
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Spanish I, II
English I I
English III, IV
U. S. History
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First Bowl F. Battiga, J. Titus. P. Hackett, B. Urs
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first Rav: left to right: ll. Hu-ville: I.. Winslow: B. Imini: D. burma: B. Allen: J. Borryg
Bound bv: lr. loanq, Advisor: J. Islay: D. Carter: C. Sora.
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Init te right: Front rem G. Titus: M. Jwebseng W. Bartellz I. Lurrence: B. lhrting C. Matheson:
T. Qrlstlu L. Sotterhmd.
Second kwa B. Allsng P. Pedrettig B. Farley: L. Lnffrenahig E. bbineenx F. Soelvini.
'third an J. Berry: G. Paine: 8. Jorgensen: B. Hanson. B. lhtthenz H. Oliver.
Fourth rug A. Gale: I. Gillespie: D. Omrierg G. Sarong R. Paine: J. Olivet: K. Bugbee.
Fifth rn: P. Klllprdnezz '!'. Gellabergx B. 'hnbedca D. Beckett: D. Keaeyg L. Buss: H. lloleong
llrth bun Hn Jennings: G. Qaglielnhq D. Kenpfg lb. Givins.
President Bruce Hanson, Vice-President Gerald Guglielmina, and Secretary
Hary Bugbee led the Junior Class in a year of successful and entertaining
Iirst on their program was the Junior Prom, appropriately named 'Snow
The Juniors had charge of an assembly which was presented later in the
Highlight of the Spring activities was the Junior-Senior Banquet held
on lay 25 at the Village Clubhouse.
Their able Advisors, Miss Jennings and Mr. Givens, offered valuable
counsel for all their class functions.
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Sevuth Rn: G. Gtempeni. J. lqynolde. I. Leona-do. D. Sullivan, D. hula.
Under the leadership of President Danny O'Conne11, Vice-President Alvin
Scilscci, and Secretary Barbara Hackett the Sophomore Class activities were
carried out very satisfactorily.
The Freshman Reception, welcoming all Freshmen, was the first function of
the Sophomore Class.
Ordering of Class Rings was exceptionally early this year. The students
were sporting their rings shortly after Christmas.
The class of 'U9 has been the largest in Ferndale High for a period of tio
The Sophomore Class has been successfully guided by Advisors. Mr. Sanborn
and Mr. Keeney.
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Crnd, B.Jbnm:n l .lbrhu hhdeer.
Seoctd bw: G. Cepeder, C. Ghrieten. R. Ginoemiai. D. Llmhax-d, L. Fidel, L. Christen,
Third kv! L. Sulledq. I. DeCar1e, B. Bmsen. ll. hee. R. lhrtin, B. Gellabezy, P.
hmrth 'Eben C. Clough, T. Bdtip, I. Wilson, D. Graham. K. Clif. Bo UN. 3- Ed-nil.
1. Sh:-ny, B. Seuea. G. Silva, L. Reese.
Yifth but J. lbnaon, L. Gsglielulna. D. Iverson, T. Tania.
31155 Ln 2, Crqql, M, Sousa, P. Blyien, D. Qmrlsr.
Seventh Bow! 8. Deny. D. Sullivan.
The Freshman came into the school this year a strong class. They
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s n near y every school actwity, such as programs, monolol
and cheer leading.
In the way of school tradition the Freshmen suffered under the cr
pranks of the Sophornores in their annual Freshman reception. At this Q
they were taught how a good freshman should act.
The class was had by the able Kenneth Cady, Presidentg Loren Sal
Vice-President, and Patsy Petersen, Sec-Treas. Representing them in tl
student council are Floyd Bettiga and Bob Ure.
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Bu California. Scholarship Fsdsratimh activity of the your was the annual disirict oonlorcloo
at Qrucmt City at which Cul Soren was cmua district vice-pruidmt for the year. ha lhXdCDf
bhrgexy Harvillo, nceivsd hor LU: Scholarship urnrd.
SPAN ISI-I CLUB ,
Init to right: Trent nn I. hx-villa: B. A1105 A. Lhrnlg D. Iprmug B. Lurrmcu
Socmd nv: A. Crane: B. Ininix B. Hadattg J. Hurting C. Qxristm.
'Baird nun P. Xillgardzurz ll. hx-ville: S. Cbllsuborgz D. Sarong P. Haokntt: C. Mahon.
Fourth nn D. Martin: B. llnklorz B. llatbheng L. Banana: B. Hsum:D. Qzristmunz has Whitney.
Fifth ron S. Jorgensen G. Guglhnkxag C. Sorcn:J. Flynn C. Clough.
'Du tn Spmish classes found a Spanish C-'lub in Jamal-y for the purposn of studying Spanish life
and culture. At A Marion lmchnn, Bmoe Hansen was chosen proaidantz Jana Martin, vice-president:
and Patsy Hackett, secretary.
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C. Ddhniz I. Filson: F. Inu-moo: Mr. lortcn.
Second :ron T. Inna.:-do: J. hdarua: T. Hallo: P. Oopphiz D. 0'Ggnnn1l.: D. Gxrioiuunx B. F0113
T. Oallenbax-5: D. Torribiliniz D. Clinton I. bowl.
bird nun D. Sullivan: B. lhrihs L. Soilaooiz C. E11ud3'G. Silva: ll. Sousa: D. Qnrriorg L.
Gugliahhq J. Bullivm.
Fourth ron D. habit: I. Quinta: J. Titus: P. Bayntd: D. Inna: I. Bmnibq: G. Guglhlnhq
D. hun D. leapt: E. Boots: T. Dain.
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The Future Farmers of America set as their goal for the year the
attainment of Master Chapter certificate. To receive this rating, a d
must meet seventeen different goals set up by the State Future Farmer
organization, including project, chapter, and community service activv
In order to achieve this rating, the FFA year began in August whm
21 boys showed livestock at the Humboldt County Fair, and three at the
Eureka Fair. 1
Forty-five boys enrolled in the agriculture department, accountim
the fact that 16 Greenhands were initiated in October.
Hardly had the year begun when Bob Martin and Don Kempf represent'
the local chapter at San Luis Gbispo in October. .
The winter months saw entertainment and community service, includ:
the FFA assembly and Barn Dance on November 1, pruning orchards and tr:
ming trees for the Village Club, working on the Pest Eradication Contm
and brooding poultry for projects, the main activities, topped off by'
Parent-Son Banwuet in January at the Danish Hall, which 125 people att'
Twelve boys advanced to the Chapter Farmer degree in November, am
two applied for the State Farmer in March.
Three boys, Gerald Guglielmina, Jim Titus, and Frank Lawrence, pr:
pared talks for the Public Speaking Contest, the former receiving the
honor of representing the local chapter in the Humboldt County finalsl
at Ferndale High School February 6,
By March, 194 boys had tested 186 cows, and four, Don Kempf, Frank
Lawrence, Bill Clark, and Carrol Holland, had participated in the Juni:
Grand National Livestock Exposition at the Cow Palace in San Francisco.
In April a three-man judging team participated in the Cal Aggies Field
The election of officers for the following year, and a picnic wit!
the Future Homemakers concluded the activities for the school year. Bk
ever, the FFA members had not completed their work, for June and July 1
devoted to the preparation of stock for the 19747 Humboldt County Fair.
The Ferndale Chapter of Future Farmers, led by president Bob Marti
vice-pres. Don Kempf, secretary Ray Tedson, treasurer Joe Grinsell, rep
Gerald Guglielmina, watch dog Don Coppini, and advisors Wesley Norton,
Ralph Sanborn, accomplished these activities and attained its goal thru
the FFA motto:
HLearning to Do
Doing to Learn
Earning to Live
Living to Serve.'
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Bret but N. lhrtelle, V. Tomli, P. Farley, I. De Cerli, lille Dickq, Advisor: F.
Harville, C. Qu-ietel, R. Ghoenhi, A. 'lorihing-ton.
Second but A. Hopi, J. Bugbee, H. Oliver, G. Titus, I. bbheon, C. Qxrieten. J.
lhrth, L. Bethrlmd, ll. hee.
hind hm I. Crawl, B. Benson. 6. lller, P. Beckett, H. Bugbee.
hurth Bw! H. Hdrville, 9. Clpedat, T. Qtiltd, L. Crue, C. uUK00lle
Fifth but H. Gugtlelna. 8. Johnson. D. Soren, J. 01iver,L. Jorgensen, M. Lex-eng.
Sixth bn 1, has , P. Petersen.
The F.H-A. orgenization, with 30 members was very lively and active this
year with the officers--Jane Martin, Pres.5 Pat Hackett, Vice Pres.: Eleanor
Robinson, Sec.: Alice Crane, Trees.: Lillian Setterlund, Reporter: and the ad-
visor, Miss Dickey--Leading the group.
The planned calendar for the year consisted of monthly meetings and many
other activities including: Iniation Excercinws, indie Hawkins Dance, Mother-
Daughter Christmas Party, Assembly, Rally, e ,..e F.F.A- and F.H.A. Fun Night Party.
Two of the greatest events were cooking and serving for the F.F.A. Banquet and
for the Humboldt County Jersey Cattle Bull Sale held on the fairgrounds April 15
One interesting project for the year was a Personality Box, through which
the girls presented their teen-age problems for discussion by Pat Haceett and
Josephine Oliver. Ahother was writing to different F.H.A. Chapters throughtout
the state, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii. A few of the girls ordered F.H.A. sweaters
and emblems. The pins were awarded to the girls according to the amount of point
The second meeting of Section 1, California Future Homemakers of America,
was held in Eureka, March 22, with ten of the girls from the F.U.H.S. Chapter
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Titus, C. Nathan, A. Marvel, L. Soiterlund, A. lotthingten. F. Harville, J. Vartin,
P. Pedrottl, T. Bettlge.
Second hw: D. Clough, G. Miller, B. Mathews, J. Oliver, H. Oliver, ll. Harvillo, R.
Paine, I. Robinson, B. UTI, K. Cady, A. Crane, U. Guglielnine.
Third but D. Graham, L. Jorgensen, G. Paine, U. Gillespie, B. Allen, V. Teroni, C.
Ckmdell, B. lhtthews, C. Clough, M. Lennzcx, C. Quinton.
Fo zrth bw: T. Mello, ltr. fh'ano,Dlrecterg D. Kirtlly.
WThis was the loudest band I have ever hed.' Directory William B
Crane aptly commented on the 19MB-U7 band.
Through football season, band members were constantly on the marda
working for the reputation of being the best marching bend in the county.
Moving letter formations were employed for the Football Jamboree Sept-
ember 27 in Eureka, and for the Hoopa, Healdsburg, Eureka, and Arcata
games, but trick marching was used for Tortuna's benefit to close the
football marching season.
A concert band greeted the audience at the Christmas program December
20, the Public Schools Night program, May l, the annual Humboldt County
Music Festival at Hunboldt State April 25, and Graduation Night May 30,
not forgetting the Nineth Annual Band Frolic on March 27 when popular
music of all kinds predominated.
The American Legion revived the Field Night at Albee Stadium in Eurekg
so on May 15' the band again became 6 marching unit.
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Trent bm D. Ierenze. M. Jacobsen. L. Siln. V. Tereni.
Second lbw: Mr. Crue. Inetructerg J. Berry, J. Bugbee. B. Gillespie, H. Beche.. A. Canvq
'Hurd bun M. Giulieri. J. Beidy. ll. Bennikeen, A. Hmphries, D. Keeney, L. Beuem, R.
L late debut at the Armistice Day assembly Nov.1l, and psrticipatio
in the Christmas program Dec.l9 summed up the Ferndale Hin Glee Club's
However,the second semester told a different story of great activit
First and foremost came Band Frolic on March 27.
The 1918-'I Band Frolic, "Silver Moon," directed by W. B. Crane, followed tl
regular surprise tradition. The show, similar to an operetts, was planm
by the glee club, and featured in it's acting cast several members from
the beginning band. The gym floor and stage were set to resemble a rest
and to make the program more unique, the musical part sonsisted of populz
rican music. As Frank Sinatra, Donald Keeney solod on WTramp, Tramp, Tr:
by Victor Herbert, and NNight and Day,N by Cole Porter, assisted by the!
and chorus, while Florence Scalvini and Dorothy Lorenzo sang Gershwin's
Man I Love,' and Noel Coward's WZigeungr,' respectively, with band accor
To conclude the year, the 1935-147 glee club sang for the Humboldt Cc
Music Festival and Public Schools Night on May 1, and for Graduation Exe:
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left to right: Lines D. Keeney. Right End: B.. Tedsenz Right Tackle: J. Fhnm, Bight Guard: R. Seah
Cater: I.. load, Ipft Guard: D. Carter, Ipft Tackle: T. Belle, Lett hd.
Beoldieldt J. Kelsey, Quarterback: J. Grinnell, Left blfbeckt I. Hansen, hxllbaokx H. Guilieri. H
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Left to right: Front row: B. Hman: F. Christan: I. Leonardo: B. Farley: R. Ihxklerg ll. Guilieri, Ca
L. Leffrandu: J. Grinsellg S. Jorgensen: T. Hello: L. Wood.
Second mv: B. Capederz D. Sullivng P. Capping B. lhtthen: R. 'redness C. Soren: D. Cartarg D.
Kemqz J. Andersen: A. Hmphrien
Third raw: D. Iversang J. Beidyz J. Kelsey: J. Ilymg G. Benteh: Y. lihon: B. Clerk: R. Scalvinig
Mr. Giving, Ouach.
It was a repeat performance--in the opposite direction--for Ferndall
Fighting Wildcats during the 19146 season. As the score stands ws see an
unimpressivs record comprised of l win, l tie, and U losses CJamboree not
countedl. It has often been said that one can not always Judge by the
score, so let us review from a different angle.
Outstanding in the minds of fans are the Healdsburg game, a triumph:
tie with a strong Arcata eleven, the scoreless last half of the Ferndale-
Iortuna game, and a 19-6 bow to Hoops.
Bow well everyone remembers Captain Milt Guilier1's 50 yard punt re-
turn midway in the fourth period for a 6 point win from Healdsburg. An-
other season highlight was Kelsey'e tieing touchdown against Arcata late
in the fourth quarter after acknowledging 6 points to Arcata early in the
first half. Handicapped through the loss of Kelsey and Hansen, quarterbz
and fullback respectively, Ferndalers will remember some tough defensive
play in a scoreless last half with Fortuna at the season's close. Plays:
and spectators alike will always remember Keeney's recovery of a Hoopa
fumble and touchdown on the second play of the game, only to be defeated
the second half by a terrific halfback called Nixon and a rugged Hoopa
line. This year local enthusiasts will have to be content with these men
ories and their future hopes, and not with the won-lost department.
Everyone agrees with one honor accorded Ferndale this season, which
the naming of Hay Tedsom to an all-county tackle position as the result c
some outstanding all-around play.
Intramural activities formed a large portion of Ferndale Hi sports
this year. The intramural division holds a marked advantage over the CI
league play in that it is always a Ferndale team that comes out on top.
Sports this year included tennis, basketball, track, soft ball, and
ping pong tournaments.
A tennis tournament was run off in the spring, after this publicath
.went to press, deciding players to compete for county honors.
Intramural basketball champions consisted of a team composed of the
following boys: Kempf, Coppini, Guglielmina, Shewry, Christensen, and
Ideline. This league was made up of four teams and formed noon entertail
ment during the basketball season.
An inter-class track meet and a softball tournament were held in the
late spring, while table tennis play-offs for school champions were being
held as we began printing operations on the annual.
The intramural rounds off a broad athletic program and serves to gix
ever st t a chance to participate in this field.
Second row: Y. Bettigag Y. Leonardo: D. Martin: B. Ure: D. Turriblhi.
'Baird nm C. Ddlarzi: R. Painq B. Ccpcdorx L. Bunung B. Matthan: T. Gullmbcrg.
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T. llollog J. hdnrscn: C. Clough, Imager.
Second row: A. Humphries: B. Lumen: I. Bonnikaon: D. Klpfl U. 'llama D. hazy.
This year's record: Won 5, lost l5. An imsortant fact is missing in t
above statistics. Four out of the 5 games son by Ferndale teams were played
in the last half of the season. This is surely a tribute to the players and
coach for it marks an improvement of 306 over the initial period. If the
season had continued,.in 2 or 5 months fans would have found Ferndale beatix
every team in the league.
Lightweights won 3 games this year, beating Hoopa once and Del Norte
twice. They wound up on the short end of several close games, notedly a 16
15 lost to Fortuna. These boys seemed to have an unbreakable habit, namely:
saving their skill for Monday's practice session. Never-the-less this year
team represents some well developed material for the N7-US season.
The unlimiteds burned up the league with 2 victories, taking games fro
Hoopa and Del Norte. About the only consistent performances by players on
this team came from the boys who watch the game from the bench. However,
this team looked good in turning in its two wins and in parts of other game
such as the first half of the game at Arcata and in the initial meeting of
Ferndale and Fortuna. Next year will see a substantial part of this team 1
For coming years hereby resolved: ill to prove to the Humboldt-Del No
CIF League s mis-use of the word Nimpotentn as applied to Ferndale basketba
127 never to disappoint those sickness and injury riddled opposing teams.
Front How: Left te rights M. Giulierlg D. Martin: P. Coypinig R, imma,
S'c0nd BWV? B- Yhnlint A. Scilaccig B. Cepesderg R. Tedeon.
Third Yiwu B. Tiersbeckt C. Soren: C. Ddharzig D. O'Jonnl11: D. Cextgr,
Fourth but R. lbKuwn: J. Kelsey, Hnmagerg D. Keeney: T. Mello.
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Brazil, M. Rehn, Y. Karvillu, L. Siln, E. Inonardo.
bird Bw: A. lhrnl, ll. Harvillo, S. Johanson. B. Rsbinun, A. Cram, P. Hillgudnur.
P. Ykzkott, B. httbns, C. lchmm. Min Jennings, Advisor.
hwix Rav! C. Crsdall, I.. Juoobsm., B. Alla, J. Barry, ll. Bugbn, X. Oliver, J. Bugbu
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Seoend lbw! M. Harville, D. Sena, R. Giecemini, J. Barry, L. Busan, J. Flynn, H. Friel.
Third How: Mr. Keeney, Director: D. Lorenzo, B. lenini, A. ervel. N. Trey, P. Beckett,
B. Gillespie, L. Winslow, Miss Jennings, Director.
Keen interest was shown in the field of or n,tios this year when a great 1
of students reported for play tryouts for the Christmas plays. 'Tue Empty Room'
directed by H. E. Keeney, featured Darlene Kirtley, Josephine Gliver, Carl Sore
Don Keeney, Wilfred Wilson, Richard Winkler, and Alice Crane.
The cast for 'The Christman Rose,' directed by Miss Maxine Jennings, consi
of Joan Berry, Dorothy Sorem, Rose Giacomini, Margery Harville, Lloyd Bansen, J
Flynn, Howard Frlel, and Lyle Wood, Knot presentl.
Seven senior girls, Dorothy Lorenzo, Betty Gillispie, Lois Winslow, Margau
Frey, Blanche Lanini, Pat Hackett, and Audrey Marvel, presented a farce, 'The
Charm Racket,' at the Humboldt-Del Norte-Trinity County Dramatics Festival Jam
18 at Humboldt State.
Numerous assemblies and the Public Schools week program May 1 completed an
active year in the field of dramatics.
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