Fortuna Union High School - Megaphone Yearbook (Fortuna, CA)

 - Class of 1925

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'V '.v . ,AA M - , , 1:4 rr .: f 2 E E The MELAPHO 2 19 25 3 Published by E 2 E Q The Student Body ofthe Z 4 5 Fortuna 2 Union High School Z E For'tuna,C2llifol'ni il 9 S 2 Z Z Q E in ,WA-B Lwh1te"5 for Q f on I- --'n , L .v wmnwi Qi jf klfuyw Af I , I, ' , V111 aw, 1 FG' 'EA ' x ,Q A"A f li., ik . .. I '1 4 , -.f l 'Yi lg I ew . J. . ei D . an W, 4 .':" fimipff 'I I' v ,:',." fzffgf' .riffj " .sf ,M .wfgx-rf ' iff' 1 -"" '. . fm.- -L-A-'44 iii?--', .1-n -9? ' .1153 f 3. , s ,,,. , . v : ,, - .- iv 5? v .ft 's' M 1, . .nr , . ., nm .JV K1 x 'L L K J, ..a f if 191 S A IN1'EODUC7f0RY' L - .ii M ALUMNI V. AsaNiok,QgNbfQ1.4Q.Ssas ' ' - zg1uQgiiAii?ii . ,' x ' ' , , 4rfwf5f - ' Vq 7 Q QJIDPQEQIFTIFEMBNTSV Z, -ii - , , Q wr ,- .' 1 1 ' :J ,rl ' g M1-,W ,mr-q,,.,., 5 ,W ' " Ai- 'afvf' x"f -. .' ' He S 4 ...RVKI ark. u - u H E .,-TJ . :5',Li5".H.F-f,.1si.":,2.- if .....,., . l 4' xi 1 l I n the Alumni Tl1e TXlL'Q'ZllJllOllCl To you that llZll'IlC llllly recall lllClllt'Pl'lL'S that l1ave been coveretl with cobwebs llllllly years: lllCl'IlOTlCS of tl1e rlays wl1e11 you attenclerl tl1e lfortuna lligh School may spring' out: clays wl1c11 you learneml yo11r Caesar or CllCllllSfl'y to tl1e tune of a lively tennis game just a llilllt' of glass away: or it lllily to tl1e ex-eclitors bring a n1en1ory of tl1e sleepless nights of NVUlltlCI'lllg' if tl1is wloulcl fit i11 tl1e requirefl space or if that acl woultl pay just so lll,llClll It l1as lJCCll lllfllly years since some of tl1e Alniuni have hearml of their olml school. Sonic n1ay even be surprisecl to learn that tl1e olcl lligh School i11 western Fortuna hafl been abanmlonerl for a new one i11 tl1e year 1917. Tl1e olcl high builcling' now holrls Qlilllllllill' school stutlents. To you, who g'l'21tlll2ll61l i11 tl1e earlier years, when tl1e scl1ool was eonsiclererl i111111euse with tl1e e11roll111ent reaching fifty stuclents, we 11llllUllllCC lllllt three hunclrecl anrl fifty stuclents 11ow pass claily fl'Ol1l class to class. Tl1e Klegaphone! Tl1e 11211110 suggests to 11s tl1e results of our school year of ltl25. The success we l1ave attainefl, tl1e failures we llZlVC inacle, ancl our attempts to go higher are eoutainecl i11 tl1at 0116 worrl, 1Xl111111:i, we have not triefl to put o11ly our best sicle for your sight: we credit our clefeats as victories ancl accept mle- feats as good sports111e11. We ask you to look over our recorfls, recall yo11r own. and see if we l1ave reaeherl tl1e stanclarcl plaeecl before us. XVe have triecl, valia11t- ly triefl, to clefencl, honorably, tl1e nan1e of our school. We wonder, if you xxlllllllll, are conscious of our efforts, o11r ai111s anrl our successes. XYe also SOlTl.ClllllCN wonrler if some of tl1e Alunini l1ave given us tl1eir interest anal loyal support. Soon tl1e class of 1925 will be xxlllllllll. Tl1e lllf?l'lllJCl'S will be Cllf off, as tl1e other graduates, fro111 tl1e clirect contact with tl1e school. There is no "connecting link." The link is i'llllSSll!Q,'.u Tl1at would be a11 Alunini Association! This year we have trietl i11 llllllilllg' llll this annual, to get tl1e cooperation of about three hunclrecl anml four Alumni. Three hunclrecl ancl four letters were mailetl. One huntlrefl ancl eighty-six were answered. Wie feel certain tl1at a11 Kxlllllllll Associa- tion woulcl l1ave been valuable to us. NVe realize tl1at tl1ere is truth in the excuse offerefl. "The .Axlllllllll are-too scattered." llut otl1er schools l1ave tl1ese organiza- tions, wl1y shoulfl we not? Nevertheless, we are grateful to you for many otl1er things ancl we wisl1 partic11larly to thank those wl1o eooperatell so splenrliflly with us in llllllilllg' this a111111al a success. 7 Page Four Gln the Siuhentu The Mega ihonel llut few of 'ou can realize the efforts and time we have . 'ml . 5. spent on it tlus year, preparing to give to you the best bookl that has ever been put out in the school. VVe are not, however, the only ones who have spent hours for the flor' of the school. 'l'he fellows on our teams have labored lon-f and . 5 . . e falthfull ' and have been a credit. Our student bod' has been bus' with a lon . 5 . . . . . . , ,, 5 list of successful activities from the publication of the lhg 'F to the presenta- tion of the annual play. The honor roll has grown and scholarship records are high. s llut to our fellow classmen, we must say: You have boasted with all your might and shown the big thing, "School Spirit." VVithout it our school would have been dead. Without it our teams would not have come out victors nor our activi- ties a success nor our scholarship so high. Years ago in grammar school we learned: "l'lI be proud of my own school and I'll make her proud of me!" Our school is proud of most of its students and we should hold its banners high with School Spirit. Zlirnm the Staff XVe, the Staff of the Megaphone of 1925, cannot but feel a regret as we lay down our work for others to carry on. We have gained a world of experience: experience and knowledge that can never be wrested from us. To our successors we leave a library of troubles and woes and all good wishes for the best of suc- cess. To those who have given help or advice we are deeply grateful. VVe can never repay the debt of gratitude that we owe to our advisor, Mr. lladura. To his untiring efforts and superhuman patience, we give all the credit for the success of the 1925 Megaphone. The staff also wishes to acknowledge the most helpful aid of Mrs. Clarke in gathering Alumni material. We wish to extend our greatest thanks to her for making this section of the book possible. To Miss Snider, head of the English Department. and Miss Stanley, chief of the Art Department, we wish to express our thanks for their valuable aid in the preparation of material for this book. To all others who have boosted and worked: "Thank you!" ? Page Five B2hirz11inn 111 UIII' Alumni 1131111 521112 A5m1m2h an 3lmpnrta1nt311n12 in 1112 El2z1h2rahip nf Am2rim anh in 1112 B2u21npm2n1 nf nur 6611111211 512119 M2 iKP51JP1'1f1I11Q E2hirat2 Ehia, 1112 1925 1U1H2gaphnn2 Alumnar CJNINO fi-V50 --w A ,-gfz"':9f.,Q ' f ' Q , A IIUVX, f Lf. Aw .A . :,,- Q-5 1-.N -F -,.-... ,..i,:! U..,,, .-- .- 1- 1,g 554' -.6-1:5 '- w,Q5a+.,--.'::rf :fr . in-fi-ERI :. 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Charles-Graduated U. C. 1909. Now employed with Bank of Eureka. Married. Present residence 1604 I St., Eureka, Calif. One daughter. Twwortzel, Delbert-3M years U. C. Mining Engineer Course. Employed many years with Humboldt Milling Co., Fortuna. Now employed in Oakland. Residence 260 Lakeshore Boulevard, Oakland, Cal. Married. One daughter. 1906 ' llelloni, james-Graduated U. C. 1910. Practised law in SaniFrancisco until 1918. Married 1915. Three children. Now ranching. Present address, llox 119, Carlotta, Calif. Hansell, Harry G.-A. Il. U. C. 1910. Teaching in a San Francisco high school, San Francisco, Calif. jessen, Mayme. Taught in Rh-onerville Grammar School. Mrs. Bryant. Rhoner- ville, Calif. Legg. Gordon R.-Graduated from Eureka Business College. Now Assistant Cashier, Ilank of Fortuna, Fortuna, Calif. Married. Two daughters. Legg, Vernon C.-Graduate Eureka Business College. Employee Langford Iioiler Wforks, Eureka, Calif. Mudgett, Paul E.-Ph.U. U. C. 1910. Now manager of Bowman's Drug Store. Fortuna, Calif. Married. One daughter. l'errott, liertha M.-Now Mrs. Hazelton, Rhonerville, Calif. Two children. 1907 Garland. Diamond.-Graduate nurse. Now Mrs. Charles Yuill, 1619 Pine St.. Eureka. Calif. Jarvis, Dr. Hollis-A. B., D. D. S., U. C. 1911. Practicing in Calexico, Calif. Knowles, J. VVarren-Taught Martin's Ferry and Mitchell School 1918-1909. 13. S. U. C. 1913. Fifth year U. C. 1914. Taught agriculture in high schools. 1914-19. Now owns one thousand poultry, breeding from. highest producing strains in world. Married Miss Mahaffey of Santa Cruz. Three daughters, two sons. Nelson, VValter-M. E., U. C. 1911 .A. T. G. M. Co., Treadwiell, Alaska, 1911-143 Tungston Mines Co., Bishop, Calif. 1920, Mill Sup. Engels Copper Mining Co., Engelmine, Calif. Married. Parson, R. Ellis-Ph.B., U. C. 1910. Now with Bowman's drug store, Fortuna. Married. Two children. Address, Alton, Calif. 1908 Clark, Jarvis 1.+Grocery business in Berkeley. Calif. Residence 2907 Claremont Avenue, Oakland. Married Mary F. Guthrie of Class '05, Drummond, Mildred -I.-Mrs. Wiii. Dinsmore, Fortuna, Calif. Three daughters. Guthrie, Mary F.-Principal Grammar School, Korbel, Calif. Now Mrs. J. I. Clark, 2307 Claremont Avenue, Oakland, Calif. Schooner, Shirley-Graduated U. C. 1912. B. A. 1913. Taught Sutter's Creek, 1917-19 Fortuna Union High School: 1919-21 Santa Paula High School: 1921-23 San Rafael High School, 1923 Lodi High School. 1924 married Mr. Raymond S. Johns, Lodi, Calif. Jarvis, Hazel C.-Graduated U. C. 1912. B. A. 1913. Taught 1914-15 julian, San Diego County, Calif. 1915-20 Fortuna Union High School. 1920-21 lialboa, Canal Zone. 1921-22 Hilo, Hawaii, 1922-23 Honolulu, Hawaii. 1922 married W . VV. Edwards. Now residing in Modesto, Calif. One daughter. Swortzell, Dr. Willa R.-D. O. Los Angeles School of Osteophy. Taught. Now Mrs. Patton, Alderpoint, California. 1909 Brown, Edith E.-Mrs. Herbert Anderson, 737 Elizabeth St., San Francisco, Cal. Drummond, Alfred VV.?Mgr. Donovan Lumber Co., Aberdeen, Calif. Married. Gates, Dr. Arthur I.-A. 13. U. C. 1914, M. A. U. C. 1915. Ph.D. Columbia Univ. 1917. 1917 Lecturer Educational Psychology Teachers' College, Col- Page Eight ordon Legg C .,dw3fA hh I 'llrvlsb Page Nine 06 umbia Univ., lnstructor, Asst. Professor. Associate Professor, Professor 1922-19. Director of the Institute of Educational Research, Sec. D. Pub- lished 1922 "Psychology of Reading and Spellingf' 1923 "Psychology for Students of Education 3" 192-1 "Elementary Psychology," 35 Pamphlets and Monograms of a technical character. Married Miss Georgiana Strickland A. B. Barnard College, Ph.D. Columbia Univ. Present address, lflox 63, Teachers' Colleg'e. Columbia Univ.. New York City. Hodgson, Alice E.-Now Mrs. Frank Dopplmaier. Graduate Eureka Business College. VVas stenographer ll. H. lluhne Co., Eureka. Address, 3212 Lyell Ave.. Fresno, Calif. Mulley. Ella M.-Grad. San jose Normal. Taught. Now Mrs. Herbert Glines. Fortuna, Calif. One daughter. Shillington, Madge-Grad. San .lose Normal 1912. Taught in Humboldt County. Married VValter L. Crank 1922. Now teaching Los Angeles City Schools. One daughter. Present address, 15475 VVest 52nd St.. Los Angeles, Calif. Shillington, Sophrone-Employed Pennzoa Oil Co., San Francisco. Present res- idence 798 Post St., San Francisco, Calif. Swortzel, Hazel-Taught school in Humboldt County. Now Mrs. James Rob- arts. Ferndale, Calif. Two daughters ttwinsl. Yermini, Marini L.-Taught in llumlzoldt County. Deceased. 1910 liauer, lllanche-Mrs. ll. ll. lN'eick. 71 XVestwood Drive, San Francisco, Calif. One child. llrown. Dr. Arthur M.-1913 D. D. S. U. C. Practicing Dentistry American Bank Bldg.. 15-10 San Pablo Ave., Oakland. Residence, 726 Mcliinley Ave.. Oakland. Calif. Married. Davidson, Jennie-Now Mrs. C1'aig Arthur, 1211 llonita Ave., Berkeley, Calif. Garland. Grace-Mrs. Clyde Johnston. 204 Pacific Ave., Eureka, Calif. Greig, Thomas-Two years U. C. Banker, Crescent City, Calif. Harris, Myrtle-Mrs. Clyde Pearson, VVilmington, Calif. Hodgson. David-llodgsonls Service Station. VVabash and llroadway. Eureka. Calif. Married Yesta Hansell, class of 'll. Residence, 1824 D St.. Eureka. Calif. ' jackson, Goldie-Graduate San jose S. T. C. Teaching Fortuna Grammar School. Johnston, Clyde-Graduate Eureka Business College. Employee Hammond Lbr. Co.. Samoa, Calif. Married Grace Garland 119101. Mudgett. Elsie-Mrs. Frank Henry, 801 F St., Eureka, Calif. One child. Sams, Teresa-Mrs. Francis Brown, 311 E St., North Portland. Oregon. Shillington, Kate-Graduate San Jose Normal. Teaching Fortuna Grammar School. Fortuna, Calif. Tobin, Rue-Mrs. A. MacMillan, Scotia, Calif. Williams. George Versell. Two and one-half years Pharmacy College, U. C. NVar service. Now druggist, 950 Il Street, Haywards, Calif. Married Be- atrice Ackley. Two children. Exton. Hessie-Graduate Santa Barbara Normal A. Tl. Stanford: A. M. Colum- bia Univ. 1925. Present address, 106 Morningside Drive, New York City. 1911 Hansell, Vesta-Mrs. David Hodgson, 1824 D St., Eureka, Calif. Hill, Nova-Mrs. William Fowler, Alton, Calif. Graduated from: San Jose State Teachers' College. Taught for several years in Humboldt County. jasper. Paul-Prop. Fortuna newspaper, "The Beacon"-Married Evelyn Ad- raince. A. ll. U. C. They have three children. Residence, Fortuna, Calif. Lewis, Rose-Mrs. Ralph Hornhrook. 1613 G St., Eureka, Calif, Two children, Pedrotti, Gertrude-Mrs. joseph Sorenson, Livingston. Merced County, Calif. Pedrotti. Myrtle-Teaching in Trinidad. Mrs. Ryron Hamilton, Trinidad, Calif. Page Ten Smith. Elma-Graduate I'Ieald's Business College. Private Sec. to Prof. at Agri- cultural College, Davis, Calif. Now Mrs. VVilliam Cameron, 76 Portola St., San Francisco. Swortzell, Lora-Mrs. Ivan Swan, Camp 20, Samoa, Calif. Zahner, Hazel-Employed in office of Campwellys Dept. Store, Oakland, Calif. Res. 4224 Sutter St., Fruitvale, Oakland. Calif. 1912 Fulwider, Katherine-Grad. H. S. T. C. Arcata. Taught. Mrs. Schelling, Mc- Kee's Mill, Calif. jaehnig, Fred-1912-14 Vlfashington State College: 1914-15 Univ. of Calif.: 1915-17 Employee Union Oil Co. 1917-18 Univ. of Calif.: 1918-19 Pri. Co. A-316 Ellgilieers U. S. Army, 1919-20 Post Graduate Univ. of Calif.: 1920- 21 Instructor Corning High School: 1921-19 .,.... Director of Part-time Educa- tion and Yice Principal Evening School, Petaluma Public Schools. Resi- dence, 412 Fifth St., Petaluma, Calif. Knowles. Muriel-A. B. U. C. Teaching Berkeley High Schlool. Residence. 2808 Ellsworth Street, Berkeley. Calif. Nelson, Frank-Employee E. J. Dodge Co. Garage, Fortuna, Calif. Married Emma Newell of Class !13. One son. Perrott. Leland-Employee The Pacific Lumber Co., Scotia, Calif. Married. Passmore, Lyman-Captain U. S. Mariner, Shanghai, China. Passmore, VValdo-Ranching in VVashington. Married and has family. Smith, Zitella-Graduate Eureka Business College. Mrs. james Lawrence, 992 Peralta Avenue, Berkeley, Calif. One child. 1913 Cooper, Inez-Mrs. Percy Newell, Fortuna, Calif. Dodge, lda-Taught four years. Married Dr. Sutro Frost, Napa, Calif. One daughter. Edson. Earl-Two years U. C. Associated Oil Co.. Ventura. Calif. Farley. blames J.-Two years Hamm-ond Lbr. Co., Samoa, and The Pacific Lbr. ' Co., Scotia. Calif. Field Artillery. tCalifornia Grizzliesil. Discharged as 2nd Lieut. Field Artillery in 1919. 1910-19 ...,.. Salesman for Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys for the Pacific Lbr. Co. Married Mildred Bush, Class 1914. Residence, 28 Poplar St., Stockton, Calif. Haight, Dr. Frank K.-A. B. U. C. 1918. M. D. U. C. 1924. Asst. Surgeon, Scotia llospital, Scotia, Calif. Married. One son. Newell, Emma.-Mrs. Frank Nelson, Fortuna, Calif. Newell. Percy-One year U. C. Prop. Newell's Confectionery Co., Fortuna, Cal. Married Inez Cooper. Two children. Rockwell, Leola-Mrs. Ray Hawkins, Tenant, Calif. Shillington, Annie-Mrs. Herbert Ilill, Fortuna, Calif. Four children. Wright, Genevieve-Mrs. Anderson, 4504 Second Ave., Los Angeles. Calif. 1914 Bush, Mildred-Graduate H. S. T. C. Arcata. Taught four years Humboldt Co., two years Hawaiian Islands. Now Mrs. James Farley. of Stockton. Goble, Gertrude-Mrs. E. C. Wahl, Fortuna, Calif.. Three daughters. Larson. Eugenia-Graduate H. S. T. C. Arcata. Now' teaching Coffee Creek. Calif. Pryer, Clarence-Ph.B. Oregon Agri. College, 1917. Now druggist, Niles, Cal. Ross, John S. C.-Second Lieut. U. S. A. World War. A. B. U. C. 1923. Sales Manager Pacific Gas Sz Electric Co., San -lose, Calif. Married Vesta Gar- land, Class '16, Two daughters. Residence, 799 South 11th St., San jose. Calif. ' Rowse, Amy-Mrs. Glen Curry, Fortuna, Calif. Sh'illington, Bryson. Business in Merced, Calif. Married. Page Twelve Q Smilie, R. Stanley-1914 entered Oregon Agri. College., Pres. of Sophomore Class, Editor of junior Annual "The lleaverf' Pres. Student llody. Lett O. A. C. 1917. Asst. Engineer Hammond Lbr. Co.. Seaside, Orc., 2nd Lieut. Air Service, lst Lieut. Air Service commanding 825 Squadron. 1919 Log- ging Engineer in N. Carolina. 1920 graduated as Logging Engineer O. A. C. 1920-22 Logging Engineer Lidgewood Mfg.. San Francisco. Married Miss Rozella Kun of New York. Residence, 655 Powell St.. San Francisco. XVilson, Laura-Mrs. joseph Malanca, 13192 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, lNash. 1915 Barber, Ada-Mrs. Kring, Orick, Humboldt Co.. Calif. Chase. Marjorie--Mrs. Lyle Connick, Metropolitan, Calif. Drummond. Agnes-Now Mrs. George L. Fleisig, 1427M Mohawk St., Los Angeles, Calif. East, Marie E.-A. IS. U. C. 1919. History Honor Student, 1919-21. Taught Clear Lake Union High School 1921-19 ...... Teaching History in Fortuna Union High School, Fortuna. Calif. Graham, Lena-Secretary Sacramento Chamber of Commerce. Sacramento. Cal. Hoover, Frank-H. S. T. C 1917. Principal Grammar School, Rohnerville. Mar- ried. One son. O'13rien, Austin-1916 Salesman for Arizona Grocery Co., Phoenix, Arizona. 1917 Training at Camp Frunston. Served overseas with 3-12nd Field Artil- lery 89 Division. 1919-24 Contracting in oil fields of Arizona. 1924 en- tered Law College, Georgetown University, VVashington, D. C. Residence, 119 C St., Northeast, VVashington. D. C. Olsen, Oscar-Attended U. C. two years. Left U C. to enter army. Served overseas as First Lieut. M. C. Graduated from Heald's Business Col- lege, San Francisco. Employed as bookkeeper by lllake. Moffitt and Towne. San Francisco. Wholesale Paper l-lusiness, Fresno Flranch, W. P. Fuller Co.. Paint Business. L. S. Cobb, Fresno, Automobile business. Engaged with father in farming near Sanger, Calif. At present time employed as office manager of Fresno Branch, Foster and Kleiser Co., Advertising llusiness. Married, 1924. Rowley, Gladys-Graduated ll. S. T. C. Now Mrs. P. Truinbell. Eleanor. Cal. One child. Russ. Glenn Allen--A. ll. Stanford Univ. 1923: Instructor in English, Public Speaking and Dramatics in Menlo School for Boys. Address, Box 673, Men- lo Park, Calif. A Steeves, Kathleen. A. G. U. C. 1920. Taughlt in the following high schools: Ft. Bragg, Modesto, Napa, and now with an insurance company in Brook- ings, Ore. 1916 Alexander, Neska-Graduate St. Francis llospital, San Francisco. Now nurs- ing in San Francisco. Present address, 477 10th Ave., San Francisco, Cal. Married llasil Clark, April. 1925. ' Beacon, Melvina-Mrs. 1.. jones, 931 Fifteenth St.. Eureka, Cal. One child. llrowp, Georgia-Mrs. B. Ray Greenfield, 108 Grant St., Santa Cruz, Calif. One c iild. Dodge, Dorothy-Graduate Eureka Business College. Was bookkeeper at New. burg. Now Mrs. H. O. Phillips, 79 Divine St., San Jose, Calif. Hosier, Kenneth-Employee of N. W. P. R. R. 1917 entered Air Service. Served three months in Canada. 15 months in France. 1919 discharged from army. Auto mechanic in San Francisco and Redwood City. 1921 State Highway construction. 1923 Standard Oil Co., Paso Robles, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo. At present bookkeeper for auto parts company in Oakland. 1920 Married Juanita Jones, class '17. One son. Present address, 2926 E 19th St., Oakland, Calif. Page Fourteen Garland. Vesta-Graduated H. S. T. C. Arcata. Address. Mrs. john S. C. Ross. 799 So. 11th St., San jose, California. jaehnig. George-ll. S. Lf C. 1920. Camp Lewis, june 1918. Reached France the day the Armistice was signed. Did police duty at llrest, France. After return re-entered University. Now engaged in dairying. Address, Modesto. Calif. Ross, Grace E.-A. ll. U. C. 1920. Teaching in Riverview Lfnion High School. Address, Antiok, Calif. Speck, Watthew-Ranching in Riclimond, Calif. Smith, Ya'la---Graduated Miss llernard's Kindergarten School, llerkeley. Sec- ond highest in class. Teaching in Los Angeles. Calif. Married Allen Fer- gersen, April, 1925. ' Yarner, Ilyron-Now employee Lnioii lrrzn W'orks. Eureka, Calif. 1917 Hott. Corinne-A. ll. U. C. 1921. Married. Graduated College of Missions, Iu- dianapolis. Missionary in China. Present address. Mrs. Leland Emerson. liatang, Atuntze, Yia Yuaanaiifee, Viz Sze, South China. llowden. Clara-116 years L'. C. Taught. Present address, llriceland, Calif. Cuddeback, Gladys.-Mrs. Ivan McKenzie, Scotia, Calif. Davenport, VVendell-Emplryee I3urrough's Adding Machine Co., San jose, Cal. Dickson, lnez-A. ll. U. C. 1921. Two years teaching in Upper Lake Lfnion High School. Now teaching in Denair Union High School, Denair, Stani- slaus County, Calif. Fleming, Margaret-Graduate Munson's School for Private Secretaries. Steno- grapher in bank in Palo Alto. Now Mrs. E. ll. Dietrick, 725 Sixth Avenue. San Francisco, Calif. Hansen. Ruby-A. ll. Lf C. 1921. Mrs. G. S. Winzler, 2621 L. St., Eureka, Calif. One child. johnson, Earl-Graduated H. S. T. C. Principal of Hanford Grammar School. Hanford. Calif. Jones, Juanita-Graduated Gallagher-Marsh Business College. San Francisco. 1918. Steitographer for the following firms: King Drayage Co., lieth- lehem Ship llldg. Corp.. Associated Oil Co., Allen Flour Co. Present address Mrs. Kenneth Hosier. 2926 East 19th St., Oakland. Calif. Mitchell, Maude-Graduated Munsen's School for Private Secretaries, San Fran- cisco, 1921. 1921-24 Secretarial work in San Francisco. Present address. Carlotta, Calif. Natwick, julia-Mrs. A. Mulley. Korbel. Calif. Nelson, Anna-Graduated Junior College, Eureka, Calif. Past four years book- keeper for llinch, Salmon 8: VValsh Co.. Eureka, Calif. Ring. Arden-2M years L. C. Asst. Supt. Hammond Lbr. Co., Samoa. Now attending University of Wyoming. Cheyenne, Wyoming. Ring. Oluf-Attending College of Civil Engineering, Univ. of Calif. Present address, 2135 llillegas Ave.. Perkeley. Calif. Roscoe. Frieda-Mrs. Curtis jasper. P and Carson Sts.. Eureka. Calif. One son. Smith, Dr. Hugh lan-D. D. A. Ll. C. 1921. Office 323 Geary St.. San Fran- cisco. Married. Considered greatest porcelain specialist on Pacific coast. Residence, 1226 15th Ave.. San Francisco. Calif. Swett, Ethel-Mrs. Ernest VVood, Garberville. Calif. Turner, Desmond.-Drives stage out of Eureka. Address 1014 A St.. Eureka. Calif. Married. XVilson, Rilla-Graduated Business College, Eureka, Calif. Forewcman in Can Shop of Libby, McNeill. 81 Libby, Loleta, Calif. A W'ilson, Vera-Graduated H. S. T. C. Arcata. Teaching in Arcata Grammar School, Arcata, Calif. Page Sixteen w Page Seventeen 1918 Alexander, Eula-Graduated Eureka Business College. Emsployee in office of Newhurg Lbr. Co.. Newhurg, Calif. Address. Fortuna. Calif. lileaber. Fred-C. E. Polytechnic Institute of Engineering, Oakland. Drafts- man for Pacific Gas Sz Electric Co., Oakland. Married. Address. 721 16th St., Oakland. Calif. llrown, Carl-ll. S. U. C. 1922. Employee American Drug Co., Shanghai, Chi- na. Cuddeback. Georgia-Now Mrs. Ray lessee. Loleta, Calif. Etter, Yera-Graduated Eureka Business College. Stenographer in Los Angeles. Now residing in Ettersville, Calif. Evers. Leland-Auto mechanic. Field's Landing, Calif. Exton. Grace-Graduated U. C. Hospital. San Francisco. Married Dr. I. M. Miller, 1205 Muller Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. Fleming. Mary-Graduated St. Mary's Hospital, San Francisco. Married Dr. J. F. lValsh, 1905 G St., Eureka. Calif. One child. llill. ElQ3lTO1'-GTZ1flll21tCfl Eureka Business College 1919, Married Mr. Gordon McClelland, Ferndale. Calif. Jarvis. Yivian-Mrs. E. R. llarkdull, 1432 L St., Eureka, Calif. Morris, Florence-llox 125 Monrovia, Calif. Mudgett. Helen-l'h.ll. U. C. 1920. Now Mrs. VVhitney, 2323 Plum St.. ' Alhambra. Los Angeles. Ogle, Alan-ll. A. U. C. 1922. Employee Ogle's Mill. Fortuna. Calif. Oharr. Dwight-Married.. Chief clerk Shell Oil Co.. Fortuna. Calif. Monroe. Perry-Ranching at Carlotta. Calif. Married Miss Yerl Gardner. Smiley, Lucille-Mrs. Ileinrici, 473 Wfabash Ave., Eureka, Calif. 1 Starks. Edmond-A. ll. U. C. 1922. Teaching in lligh Scliool, San Francisco. Residence. 72 VVestwood Drive, San Francisco. Calif. Married. lVood, Ernest-Merchant, Garberville, Calif. Married Ethel Sweet '17, Three children. XVoodcock, 1il2Ll1Cl1C-Grfillllliltff nurse. Now Mrs. C. A. Havens. Fieldhrook. Calif. Woodc-ock, Clara-Graduate nurse. Now Mrs. Elvin Reynolds, 2325 15th St., Eureka, Calif. 1919 llloomquist, VValter+A. ll. U. C. 1923. California Packing Association 725 l'ine St., San Francisco, Calif. - l-lowman, Daisee-Graduated Miss llernard's Kindergarten Normal School, Ber- keley, 1921. Taught in Fortuna one year. Scotia, one year, Hayward. two years. Address, 4314 Gilbert St., Oakland, Calif. Carr. Thoinas-Two years U. C. Merchant at Rohnerville, Calif. Cox, Anita-One year U. C. Mrs. Paul Mitchell. Fortuna. Calif. One daughter. Dodge, Lelali--Employed in Napa City. Now is Mrs. Frank Ryan. San Fran- cisco, Calif. llrown, Gladys-Mrs. Leslie Goble, Fortuna, Calif. Employee in Friedenbach Bros. ' Drury. Merle-Mrs. .lack Pickering. Teaching school at Harris. Calif. Evers, Doris-Graduated H. S. T. C.. Arcata. Taught two years. Mrs. james Murray, Arcata. Calif. One daughter. Fisher, Robert-C. E. U. C. 1924. Belonged to Soccer 'Varsity. "Circle C" So- ciety, Sigma Delta Pi Fraternity. Address, 2612 Durant Ave., Berkeley. Calif. jones. Edna-F-our years Express Office, Fortuna, Calif. Mrs. Robert Roden- berger, 931 l5tl1 St.. Eureka. Calif. Laine, Lempe-Mrs. F. U. La Jeunesse, Ben Lomand, Calif. Laine, Saima Y.-Stenographer. Address. 2327 Blake St., Berkeley, Calif. Page Eighteen Page Nineteen Langin, Della-Graduated Miss llernard's Kindergarten School, lierkeley, 1921. Teaching at Scotia Grammar School. Mrs. R. lleeson, Fortuna, Calif. McCurdy. Henry-Employed in .-Xrcata, Calif. Melieown, Jennie-Graduated ll. S. T. C., Arcata. Now teaching' in Shively. Calif. Is Mrs. G. XVorthley. Shively. Calif. Peterson. Maria-Yery responsible position with the Pacific Lhr. Co., Scotia. Calif. lihiiades, llessie-Mrs. lllaylan Campbell, Scotia. One child. Seffens. Dfodg'e-Chemical Engineer U C. 1923. Fifth year 1924. Employed Chemical Dept. Shell Oil Co., 1114 Court St., Martinez, Calif. Smith. Etl1el..Graduate of H. S. T. C., Arcata. Taught. Now' Mrs. Edward T. Taylor. Fortuna, Calif. One child. Smith, Lloyd Elliot-One year U. C. N-ow contractor, Fortuna, Calif. Married. Stewart, Lucius l.-Shell Oil Co.. Hydesville, Calif. 'l'aylr'r, Ralph-Employed 1rVillows, Calif. XViilian-s, llelford-One and one-half years Lf C. Employed Hayward Drug Co., 950 ll St., llaywards, Calif. Married -lulia llausen. One son. 1920 Adams, Lewis-Wforking at llayside Lumber Co. Address, Carlotta, Calif. llaxter. Clarence-Graduated llusiness College. Eureka. Employed lumber mill. Carlotta, Calif. lleck, liverett G.-Ranching, llydesville, Calif. Married. llessmer, David-Graduated from Oakland Polytechnic Institute, Oakland, 1924. Employee at Pacific Gas iv Electric Co. Res., Y. M. C. A., Oakland, Calif. lloren. Paul S.-ll. S. U.C. 1924. llelonged to 'Varsity Track winning "Big C" each year. 1924 made American Olympic Team, competing in Paris. Now connected with Traffic Dept. Pacific Sz Telegraph Co., Residence 2614 Dwight Wfay, Berkeley. Calif. Carr, Pauline-Graduated ll. S. T. C, Arcata. Teaching llanford Grammar School. Address, 719 N. Douty St., Hanford, Calif. Cook, lieatrice-Mrs. Keesey, Holmes, Calif. Fleming, Pauline-Graduated lXlunson's School for Private Secretaries, San Francisco, Calif. One daughter. Address, Mrs. L. llertain, Napa, Calif.. care Steam Laundry. blaehnig, Martha-Graduate U. C. Hospital, San Francisco. 1923-25 Surgical Asst. Fresno City llospital. 1925, Surgical Asst. Petaluma Hospital, Peta- luma. Calif. McKee, Constance-Junior Certificate H. S. T. C. 1922: .-X. ll. College of Pa- cific 1924 fwith 'honorsil 3 Fifth year C. C. 1925. Monroe, Alonzo-One year VVest Point. Now ranching' in Carlotta. Calif. Myers, Dorthy P.-Address, Hydesville, Calif. Perrott, Vera-A. B. U C. 1923. Five years U. C. 1924. Now teaching. Ad- dress. Loleta, Calif. Peterson Jorger-U. S. Marines. Married. Address, Marine llarracks, Bremer- ton, VVashing'ton, Puget Sound Navy Lard. Smith. Reva-Mrs. Lonnie lleeson A. li. U. C. 1924. Residence, 2044 83 Ave., Oakland. Calif. 1921 llryau, Hazel-Employed in Pacific Lumfber Co. Office at Scotia. Now is Mrs. Arthur Jacobsen, Scotia, Calif. Hush, Genevieve?-Employee L. C. Morgan Co., Fortuna, Calif. Carter. Lloyd-One year Los Angeles Chiropractic School. Now attending H. S. T. C., Arcata. Calif. Carter, Ralph-Employee Holmes-Eureka Co., Rohnerville, Calif. Married. Cleuflenen, lieth-A. ll. U. C. May 1925. Fortuna, Calif. Cook, Marjorie-Holmes, Calif. Page Twenty after! aies I ww' L Jo!-N5 Aff ' V? Q' 4"- 3 ', ii., L fx ff ""ln. lx , . f 'u""Q +1 bfi M 5 V gf Lx ' , A 23 Edith .. 11.23 Mar GHZ M H75 'y Malloy New y-laws Hrgardyl Swetf' We o 3 Fred Bun x'0eBf-an line 'E E if 13 rmsilf n Hell Laiggo 3- "QfMffC" Page Twenty-one Jacobsen, George C.-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Croco, C. Perry-S. ll. Li. C. llfllec. Engj 1925. Address 2400 Dana St. llerkeley, Calif. Friend, Rilma-Graduate ll. S. T. C, Arcata. Now teaching Carlotta, Calif. Address, Mrs. Stanley Gaskill, Carlotta. Calif. Giacznuini, John-Fimployee Supply Store, Field's Landing. Calif. Gohle. Ferrill-Employee State Highway Commission at Ferndale, Calif. Gordon. Gladys-Mrs. Guy Smith lClass 19211 2710 Rosana Ave., Los Angeles Calif. Gordon, Mary-Rohnerville, Calif. liansell, Fllvan A.-A. ll. Stanford University 1925. Majoring in "l'1usiness Ad- miuistratiou." lilass, lflizaheth-Graduated ll. S. T. C. lXlrs. james Scott, Upper Lake, Calif. Malloy. julia-Graduated H. S. T. C, Arcata. Calif. Now teaching at Bridge- Ville, Calif. McLeod. Lee--limployed at Shively, Calif. Natwick, XVarrcn-.Xttendiug ll. S. T. C. 1925. Address, Arcata, Calif. Rogers. Luella-Employed in Newell's Confectionary store. Mrs. McLaughlin, Fortuna, Calif. One daughter. Smith, Guy-Graduated ll. S.-T. C., Arcata. Now teaching. Address. 2710 Rosaiia Ave.. Los Angeles, Calif. Married G-ladys Gordon 119211. Swett, Cyril-Prop. Fortuna Transfer Co., Fortuna, Calif. Marrierl. 1922 .'Xnderson. l2velyn..Now Mrs. james Corbett, Shively, Calif. Cornell. Edwin-Student of H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. llegnan, Leland-Rohnerville. Calif. Degan, Mae-Two years Arcata Normal. Graduated from San jose Normal, Kindergarten Course. Residence, Rohnerville. Calif. Uinsmore. john-Student H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Edson, Ethelyn-Graduated from H. S. T. C. Now teaching at Ft. Bragg. Calif. Fielder, Dorothy-Now Mrs. Il. Poe, Scotia, Calif, Employed at P. L. C. Fleming, Ellen-Mrs. J. llertain, care Steam Laundry, Napa, Cal. One daughter. Gaskill, Stanley-Married Rilma Friend f1921j. Grad. Eureka Bus. Col. Now living at Carlotta, Calif. Givins, Irvin-llo-okkeeper Chevrolet Garage, Fortuna, Calif. Now attending Eureka. Business College. Harrison. Roy-Talleymran The Pacific Lbr. Co., Scotia, Calif. Lane, VVilma-Student H. S .T. C., Arcata, Calif. Maxwell, Mildred-Now M rs. Charles Travis. Employed at L. C. Morgan Co., Fortrpia. Calif. McKee, it lice-Graduated with highest honors from H. S. T. C. 1924. Teach,- ing lst grade of Fortuna Grammar School, Fortuna. Calif. Moore, Winifred-Employed at office of P. L. Co.. Scotia, Calif. Now is Mrs. ,lohn Lozensky, Scotia. Calif. Mnlley, Alice--Graduated from Woodbury Secretarial College, Los Angeles. Calif., in 1923. Secured position at once as Secretary to Leeds 8: Bernard Consulting Engineers, Los Angeles, Calif. Peterson. Rachel-P. G. Pupil one-half year. Now Mrs. George Peck, Hydes- ville, Calif. Peterson, Rebecca-Now Mrs. T. Thompson, Hydesville, Calif. ' Reynolds. Gladys-Now Mrs. Findley Crawford, 640 W. 10th St., Pomona, Cal Wise. Uarda-junior at U. C., Berkeley, Calif. 2311 Le Conte Ave.. Berkeley. XVoodeock, Grace-Mrs. lloward Havens, Fieldhrook, Calif. v Page Twenty-two 1 v A , ' . , if V114 eff M-,xhfsop dim.: U-ff' Q 5 W' Mandi 1 i4 E L4 :Gs B,,,Jl0" hen Lv-A49 Law t' '1 I EIY' Re-29" 4 05,9 , Pau! Wife af' gan Page Twenty-three 1923 Armstrong, Ellis-Student. Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. Baxter, Ernest-Student U. C. Major, Forestry. Member of Freshman football team and track. 2627 Ridge Road, Berkeley, Calif. Bianchi, Mary-Stenographer. Address, 26 Childs St., San Francisco, Calif. Branstetter, lXlaxine-Student H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Buxton, Alfred-Student St. Marys College, Oakland. Major, Foreign Trade. Cheeseman, Carl..Married Jessie Haight tl924l. Employed with Shell Oil Co. in Eureka, Calif. Address, Fortuna, Calif. Cloney, Albert-Employee of the State llighway Commission, Ferndale, Calif. Cloney. Melvin-Student St. lXlary's College, Oakland. Major, Foreign Trade. Clendenen, jean-Now H. S. T. C., Arcata, Cal. Half year at San jose Normal. Clough, Delma-Employed Pacific Telephone Sz Telegraph Co., Fortuna, Calif. Cook. Georgia-Mrs. Marion Cook, Carlotta, care American Tank Co. Degnan, john-Santa Clara College, Santa Clara, Calif. Degnan, Leonard-Santa Clara College, Santa Clara. Calif. Dinsmore, Douglas-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Fisher, Dorothy-H. S. T. C.. Arcata, Calif. Gates, Viola-Clerk, Garcelon's Candy Store, Fortuna, Calif. Gragg. Selma-Employed at Hammond Lumber Co., Eureka. Calif. Haapala, Edwin-Employed, Fortuna, Calif. Hanson, Elsie-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Hill, Margaret-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. llixon, Harvey-Standard Oil Co., Fortuna, Calif. Married. Holmgren, Esther-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Home address, Dyerville, Calif. Jacobsen, Mary-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. johnson, Edna-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Larson, Ellen-ll. S .T. C., Arcata, Calif. Larison, Jessie-Nurse Union Labor Hospital, Eureka. Calif. Malloy, Nancy-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Nelson, Adeline-Employed Eureka, Calif. Nelson, Alice-Student U. C., Berkeley, Calif. 2311 Le Conte, Ave., Berkeley. Newell, Edith-P. G. Student, Fortuna Union High School, Fortuna, Calif. Myers, Yada-Student H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Searcy, Lloyd-Univ. of Nevada, Reno, Nevada. Sholes, Lyman-Deceased 1925. Swett. Edith-H .S. T. C.. Arcata, Calif. Schuler, Yiola-H. S. T. C., Arcata. Calif. NVilburn, Carrie-Graduate of Redding S. T. C. Now teaching at Long Ridge Grammar School. Long Ridge. Calif. VVright. Lewis-Carlotta, Calif. 1924 Baird. Lee-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Editor of "Fog-Horn." Drummer in ll. S. T. C., Orchestra. Baldry, Loree-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Barlow, Alice-Employed in office at Scotia Hospital, Scotia, Calif. Beaber, Herman-P. G. Fortuna High School, Fortuna, Calif, Bianchi, Dena-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Bloomquist Arthur-Employed, Fortuna, Calif. Boren, Herbert-P. G. Fortuna High School, Fortuna. Calif. Buxton, Charles-College of Pharmacy, lf. C. 964 Bradbury Av.. San Francisco. Carlson, Hugo-Bridge Creek, Calif., employed S. C. S, Course, Clarke, Margaret-Mills College, Oakland, Calif. Dale, Axel-Bridge Creek, Calif. Employed. S. C. S. Electric Engineering. Page Twenty-four Page Twenty-five Edson, Alethea-H. S. T. C., Arcata, Calif. Ely, Paul-P. G. Fortuna High School, Fortuna, Calif. Friedenbach, Paul-Santa Clara College, Santa Clara, Cal. S. C's. "McCormiclc." Gragg, Ellen-Nurse, Zion Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. llaas, George F.-Re-forestration Service. Scotia. Calif. Haapala, Verner-Carpenter, Fortuna, Calif. Haight, Jessie-Mrs. Carl Cheeseman, Fortuna, Calif. Harmon, Lyndon-Clerk Friedenbach Bros, Fortuna, Calif. Haun, Christine-1909 Seventh St., Berkeley, Employee for Strohrige Dental 'Supply Company, Flood Building, San Francisco, Calif. Hixon, Lorin-Employed, Rohnerville, Calif. Jarvis, Yeta-Loleta, Calif. Studying music. johnson, Albert-Employed, Rohnerville, Calif. jones. Ada-Stenographer Fortuna Electric Co., Fortuna, Calif. Larson, Elsa-Stenograpller for XV. lllclntyre. Fortuna. Calif. Laine, Effie-Stenograplier. 325 lllake St., lilerkeley, Calif. Laine, Elsie-Rohnerville, Calif. Matheson, Albert-Emlployed by the 'Pacific Lumiber Company, Scotia, Calif. Maxwell, Melvin-Clerk Kriegfs jewelry Store, Fortuna, Calif. Mitchell. Walter-Student at U. C. 2614 Dwight Way, llerkeley, Calif. Moore, Stella-Rio Dell, California. h Myers, Sidney-At home, Myers, California. Nason, Mildred-Graduate of Eureka Business College. Res. Rohnerville, Calif. Noble, Kelsey-Student at Eureka Business College. Res. Fortuna, Calif. Novotny, Milton-Student College of Med., U. C. 2325 Piedmont Av., Berkeley. Peterson, Jennie-lflydesville, California. Reese, Curtis-H. S. T. C., Arcata. Calif. Reynolds, Harvey-Student at University of Nevada, Reno, Calif. 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HN N w N, N ivu wu v ww V r 'W W N,:N XII! l4w1'lNNm2x' FHM l lm Vw my W mm fwj 3 me " 4 . J 6 N I -3 WH,WIfjh!!,fIfl?jfji'1lL ' w HH A X 0 1 ll I XXX xx. ' V W! XM rr if x W ' , " N X I " ,' g X 4, f I ,1 1 f --, 1 X . L f J, Ps-:T y Page Twenty-eight Bwminr Jlliztnrg "Great Oaks from little acorns grow." that is if the acorns are good to begin with. Let us compare the class of '25 with the great sturdy trees of which men make their houses and beneath whose spreading arms men trustfully take their shelter. ln August 1921, one hundred and fifteen Freshmen were transplanted in Fortuna Union High School. These were the acorns. During the ten months of school. sprouts began to appear in the tasks assigned. In school activities, in scholarship, athletics. dramatics and literature unmistakable signs of great talent were shown. Time passed, a new year began, the class was smaller. for some of the members of the previous year were gone, maybe to another school or maybe these acorns had fallen on rocky ground and become food for the beasts of time . llowever, the class, as a unit of ccoperating students, grew sturdier and stronger and it was accorded its notice by the upper classmen and by the teachers. Again many of these participated in the events of school life and honored the name of '25, .Ns juniors the class was smaller still. Perhaps the early winds and frosts of life had found a crevice and taken the members away, but that year was a red letter one. for in that year almost every member had in someway distin- guished himself and uplifted the name of '25. Note a goodly part of the cast of "Officer ooo" was composed of juniors: the "Price of Orchids" and "A Game of Chess" composed entirely of juniors. In Student llody Leadership! in athletics they were also outstanding. llut the fourth year the decrease in membership was still marked. for it now consisted of about half of its original mnnber. Had some woodsman felled those young trees? Nevertheless the remaining ones bravely took up the difficult task 1 f uphmlding the name of the class and its honor. Une needs only to look at the honor rxll and at the record of the various deeds of the Seniors in the activities of the year. such as all athletics . to note how they went over the top in the advance sale of the Megaphines. to realize ll' w well they have succeeded, and to realize that some day these young saplings will be like great and sturdy oaks, holding out beneficient and protecting arms in the great world of life. Now these young oaks with definite aims to fulfill are bravely facing the coming storm, that of Commencement of Life and Beyond. ELWYN GALLAGHER '25 fi- - - ., - at Eilke 'UHIIU A N ! X I Page Twenty-nine yi Grin? Pa ge Thirty 'ff ' . Mfffiff' s ln' C ff on Nev! new White '31 1 lworth '11 al Eve eriau Nile on Math' C ?'Ja-ww Pa ge Thirty 0 . ne Page Thirty-two ll wood Grlnse 1110 woods P1 Corneg I lov Sclwuw a FIG?" 5129 WZQJ, su:-M Page Thirty-four Swninr ignrnzrnpe Name Nickname Ambition Destiny Adams "Babe" To be a loving wife. Hotel Owner Atkinson "Peg" To learn to sing. Hashslinger Armstrong "Polly" To gain time. Saleslady Hctgt-r "Tootie" To toot her own horn. Pres. of C. T. U. Baird "Earl" To learn to cook. Run a home. Cross "Lu" None. Get married. Daggett "Olivia"' Stenographer to Pres. Run a Business College. East "Maine" Pitcher in coast league. Ford Owner French "Frenchy" To be Mary Pickford. Coal heaver. Fleming "Gert" Kindergarten teacher. Running a washing: ma- chine. Fleming "Pat" To land hard. P.opriet'rcss of the Old Maid's Home. Gill "Lizzy" Prima Donna. Vaudcville stage. Heiiiiiai-li "Ern1ie" School teacher. I.'s hard to tell. Haight "Jerry" Be a niillincr. Own a cat orplianage. Luther "Bud" Second Paderewski. Cabaret girl. K,.,mSkOi,f "Shi-imp" Poetess. Clerk in VVoolworth's. Mccamster "Larry" How to win opposite Old maid. sex. McClosky "C0ffl11Y" Music teacher. Boss of boiler works. Malloy "Dot" Drive a Lizzy. Own a Henry. Meisser 'LGCFF' Play on Iird with N. Catching for Sparky. Y. Giants. MCC03' ileahu Perfect Wife- Second Irene Castle. Niles "Robert" Econ. teacher. Clmitcrbox O'Rourke "Bert" Baseball coach. Liigy ti-ee pi-liner, Perenin "Rosie" Run a Lizzy. Qwii a gm-age' Russell "Archie" Re a Deaconess, Editor of the Whiz Bang" Ross "Lil" Gym. teacher. Rolling lim- Own, Shpinney "Mabe" Private Secretary. Teaching in Sumlay School. VVoodcock "Em" Be a chemist. Mathematics teacher. VVhite L. "Pickles" Be able to sing. Run a laundry, White Rf "R, L." To own her own home. Bom-gl Out, VVilburn Ujudcly' Artist. Carmonist, -: 1 if - -zn- Page Thirty-six Sminr Enrnnrnpe Cfllxiritinurhl ' Name Nickname Ambition . Destiny Sofleflllafl Elsie" Teach English IV. Honsekeeper for Murl. Uilvltl- A- "Ann" Run a fashion show. Marcelcress Davitt, E. "Bess" Dress designer Seamstress. HFUWII, L- Lewie" Gertrude's own. Ge'rtrude's own. Iirown, W. "Willie" Keep Alice. I.:1w'yer. Brush Ham" Shiek. Bachelor. COX "Bal" Teresu's butler. Teresa's dishwasher. CIOUI-Zh NOFIUYH Get a girl. ' Bell hop. Carlson "Har" Bank clerk. Jailbird. COFUCHIHC "5P00Ch" Millionaire. Store keeper. DUNN Bill" Movie shick. Pres. street swee.per's Union. Gllllfs KCUUYW Singing teacher Frog's rival. Gilllal-Ther "G0Og1er" Learn to dance. Re a preacher. Grinsell, C. "Cec" Learn a lesson. Perfectly ignorant. Grinsell, W. "Sawdust" To own a dairy. Paying for E. T's. miarcels. llegelstacl --Goof" To he I1 druggist. To play in with Paul Ash H0lmaI1 "Ot" To have a bright smile. Second Buster Keaton. Hill "Will" To have Eleanor. Farm Hand. Klass "Red" Shoot a goal. Be ahle to hit the broad side of a barn. Morris "Dub0b" Learn physics. Blue law advocate. Matheson "Verny" Football coach at U.C. Arctic exlllofef- McKee "Al" Be a surveyor. Aviator. Newell "Frm-les" Wirless operator. To hold Maloa's hand. Perrott "Hank" Tennis shark. Expert in barnyard golf. Shreeve "Bom" Catch for Walter Coffin designer. Johnson. Schnler "Bashful' Minister. Dancing teacher. Van Duzer, P. "Shiek" Silver glint inventor. Be gray headed, Van Duzer, I.. 'lSnoozer" Ohedient husband. Secretary of Salvation Army. Jacobsen ".lHl49Y" To win il 11121YilIl10I1- Winta tS50,000 essay con- es . Docili 'Art" To be a jazz drummer. Nursemaid. Page Thirty-seven Suminr Gllaaa Idrnphvrg The autumn sun had vanished, the mellow moon rose high, To light the dingy gypsy tent and harvest fields near by. I had this sultry evening chanced to meet the gypsy band, And asked the classes' future and what its benefit to man. ln fear of the witch l shuddered, she had me 'neath her charm, I soon began to wonder if I should come to harm. The crooning words assured me that I would leave alive, And she would predict the future of the Class of Twenty-five. Cecil Grinsell, a detective. works best he says at dark, IX h'le Lois VVhite, XVorld's Champion, is called the tennis shark. Lillifm Ross, as desig'ner, makes up new fashion plates That outrank all the latest styles within the "Paris Gates." Four times have Gertrude Fleming and Lewis llrown been divorced and said quit lint the fifth must have proven successful, they are living together yet. Lesley Shreeves is a dentist, his extracts are teeth I am told, His false ones are always guaranteed to make you look young tho' you'r old. Leah McCoy is a dancer, she's won the fame of today, XVhile Francis llrush, the new Yalentino, has left the cabaret. Dorothy Malloy as usual, has globe trotting this year gone. llut now she's planning to settle down in the Chinese town of liatong. Everett llelgestad and yValter Jacobsen, engineers, have this year, Planned to bridge the broad Pacific and bring the Chinese near. Harold Carlson is a dairyman, he milks twice a day The best cows that were ever fed on vegetables and hay. llill Dunn, the meanest man that ever lived or will, llad his wife Laura's teeth all pulled, to save the grocery bill, Elizabeth Davitt is a baker's wife, for ten years she's been wed And she declares of all the work, she'd rather make the bread. Otto Holman, the engraver, now makes the Megaphone cuts, Wllile VVilliam Hill is in business selling cocoanuts. Lulu Cross is a landlady, she owns the St. Francis Hotel, She keeps all the money received, because she knows her dear hubbie too well. Edith French, so athletic, still in the great world roams, While Ireiie lletger, architect, is planning model homes. Vera Cookson is a nurse, she wears white dresses and caps, She saves the lives of the worthy, and sometimes the most wiorthless of saps. Elizabeth Gill, music master, instructs the Oakland lland, VVhile Kenny Glines, noted life saver, has never left dry land. Earla Cobb llaird as radio singer is heard the wide world o'er, As she sings in glad lamentations, "I D0n't Have To Learn No Moref' Irma Evers is an artist, she can teach you how to paint. Norton Newell, also is, but Irma says he t'ain't." Irma Ileinback, once marceller, on Ilroadway owned a shop, The magic waves soon vanished, styles changed and she stopped. Pauline Armstrong, journalist, edits the Humboldt Times, I Elsworth Morris, palmister, is raking in the dimes. ' Olivia Daggett. typist, once upon a lovely summer day, Met with a young prince charming and now lives in Mandalay. Harold Cox is a high school prof, he teaches a new method class, Of "How to get wise without learningf' with final exams to pass. Geraldine llaight, the milliner, is rolling in wealth making hats. Roberta O'Rourke, when not teaching, stays all alone with her cats. Cornelia McClosky, the adventuress, has found the real Peter Pan u v Page Thirty-eight Seninr Qllaaa lirnphvrg Gllnntinuvhl 'Mong the elves and the troves and the pirates living in fairylaud. Gertrude Meisser, authoress, writes both in verse and prose, .Allll lDavitt's the director at present who is teaching Mabelle Spinney to pose. Mabel East lives in the north, she owns a black fox farm, She says when the zero point is ten above, Alaska is too warm. john Klass is an aviator who rides each day to Mars, l'aul Van Duzer in skating fell and still is seeing stars. Claire Krauskopf owns a beauty shop, she gets the lady shieks, And sure is making money dobbiug carmine on their cheeks. Vernon Matheson, U. S. General, is noted like Pershing for fame, llenry l'errot, once candidate, now owns the l'resident's name. Norman Clough, lady impersonator, has yet not made a name, llnt in posing as Pricilla, he sure was awful game. llill llrown, by chance, was successful. He's won Alice Adams at last, lint he still competes with his rival, who forgets not the wonderful past. Lewis Yan lluzer, painter, got work from the church to do, Ile retouched the stars in "Heaven" and the "Ten Conimandments' made lleulah NVhite is an actress, she takes an old maid's part, She crabs back at Thelma Fleming and tells her where to start. Rosie l'erenin, l'resident's wife, her sole ambition sought, ller White House is the peanut stand, it's owner is all she's got. Margaret Atkinson is an artist's. model, she sits by the hour each day, lleside an artist's easel, or watching him model in clay. - Iilwyn Gallagher, the evangelist, lives in the Hindo Isles. California's Governor is our quiet Roberta Niles. Al McKee is a scientist, his theory on "life" is quite different yet, llud Schueler, a lecturer, is trying a debate with Emily to get. XVood Grinsell is a woodsman, Wood owins a redwood dell, Yast fortunes would await Wood, if Wood would only sell. Art Docili in his floating home, sails off from port to port, limily Woodcock, orator, presides in the world conference court. hlerio Corneggie as ambassador lives in far off France. While Rosebud Luther, circus girl, is teaching the ostrich to dance. Alice Russel, new queen of Mars, has left of late to reign, XN'hile Elsie Soderman accompanied her to sow' the first year's grain. Oh, the old voice yowning said, your name is lost in rhyme, liut don't you suppose it's getting near my usual resting time? So if you believe in gypsy lies. l'll tell you what to do. Come back again tomorrow and l'll tell your future too. JUDITH WILLBURN '25 Page Thirty-nine IICNV W y 1 km hmmm W' A ,, ,W , 1 i i JlllllNllll0ll1tS ilmMAlKQlZ4lZQ7Q54lK1A UK K4MilKlKQVQlHB,f Bluninr Gllewz ihiatnrg For three years the Class of '26 has been growing wiser, has been maturing, and has been gaining confidence. Although this is probably nothing remarkable it has. nevertheless, been a most interesting process to the iluniors. To avoid confusion let us review back a mnnber of years. On the 1922-23 calendar we find certain red letter days representing important lirosh activitiesf .Xugust fourteenth, eighty-five Freshmen arrived at school. .-Xpril sixth, class play, "W'l1iskers." April twenty-seventh, the Dance. The public archives of 1923 are found and explain the underlined days of the second year of '26's growth while the llistory of the Junior year reads as follows: Roll Call shows a deficiency of forty-one classmates from the original eighty- seven and we lost some of our highest esteemed comrades. so in due respect of their former companionship, we have in every way raised our class standards. Un the gridiron our athletes have fought for the school while one from our ranks has been chosen to the the captain of next year's team. We have contributed stars, both boys and girls, to the "hoop" teams, to the diamond, and the cinder track, and we have sent members to play on the tennis tournaments. The inter- class athletic competition finds '26 ranking at the top. As well as athletic stars we also have stars of an entirely different origin: they have dazzled the school with their brillance in the clever comedy, "My Lord in Livery," and the special junior program given in April which eclipsed all other class programs. The junior-Senior Banquet in May, the most important function of the year, will be pronounced a tremendous success. And yet we view with not a little sadness the approach of the last year of our lligh School days for we realize it will climax four years of study and good times. lt will bring to an end many companionships that in many eases can be eontinued only by memories: it will bring to an end friendships with our teach- ers who have endeavored to show us the light of knowledge and it will close to ns forever those school days which our elders cherish and to them are very dear to look back upon. So, Juniors, let us make these last days of school memorable ones so that we too, in later years may look back upon them with happiness. l'lOXY.XRlJ .lOllNS'l'ON '26 Page Forty X X X X. f I Q--. A Page Forty-one , J 42 4 :gg 7 vi f ,Q 'lib A ,A 7 I da 7 ii i.u'A i77 X illllll lllllllllllllll : t: i :: l 7 LD 1 all aiggiygii' ' l RK 3 ' XA- W ' .Q l llll llll i Wi l'lll"l ll i 'i l l i i W Illlllllll i i il i l lilo Silwiiimfrirmlialw rirnoq 1.,.,. i l 1 " f- ,R,L,k,,,l,l,l: 4 iv' 1 l L fra- sfmmmrmmmtmlmimmml mmikizimim Svnphnmnre Glleum igiutnrg thi :1 foggy .Xugtist morning, the yt-ar of our l.orcl, iiiiictcvil lmmlrccl :tml twenty-tlircc. wc, thc class of '27 wcrc ioitiatcel into our lfortmia lligh. .Xlthough we were llllillllk' to sit clown for a couplc of rlays, it scents In have ilomf as guutl, for wc are now, om- of thc poppin-st classcs in tht- school. Wt' sturtccl out with ahout a humlrcrl mcnilmcrs aml now have cigllty-scvt-11. .Xt thu licgiiioiiig' of our Sopliaimorc year, wc' mlcciclcml upon class rings. whirh arc Cllg'I'ZlVCtl with hl'itll'lllll1l ll. S. '27." 'lihc gold was tcstwl hy thc l'liysir's class, aml provcel to hc thc "r1:al stuff." Hur aizmial flancc was ht-lil in thc gyllllliwilllll. liriclay, thc lllll'lL'l'Illll, on St. X':ilcnlim-'s cvc. lt was a lIl2lStlllCl'1lllL' hall :tml provucl to hc :1 howling fticccss. with Xl1ll'l,0llg'Z1l ,XI'lllSlI'HlIg', as :1 king' of hearts aml Ruby llctgcr, as a vt-mlcr of ncwspapcrs. carrying away the prizes for costumcs. 'l'hc mt-oilmcrs of our class havc shown rcmarkahlc ahiliticr io scliolzuwliip. Klahcl Slit-rinaii, Nl1ll'Q'Zll'L'l llowns, Charlotte lfvcrs, l'il'llCSllllL' Clt'litlL'lIL'll, 'lohu lYitc'liit-. :tml l.t-onaril Rchack arc on thc honor roll. XVL- pwsciitcil two one-aft plays. "'l'hc llathroom Door." aml ".Xll on .Xccoimt of a lh':u1-lot," lwlorc an :ippi'cri:ttiw Stmlciit llomly in March, 'llhuy provt-il to hc wry sliccvssfiil :tml rcvcalt-il consiilcralrlc talvnt iii thc Soplioniiorcs. 'l'lit'rc arc a immhcr of liaslcct- hall stara in our class. 'llllL'l'l'S1l tliacomini, playing lorwartl oo thc girls tcam, aml Nlclvio 'l'homas, lit-ony Xlarshall, lim-ll Cipolla. ll-tor Malloy, liivhartl liryant. :tml lfay Nh-ycrs, on our f:unous hoy's limitcil tcam. Hur class was aleo wt-ll ix-pry-wclitwl in hast-hall aml track. XXI- im-t io tht- lattvr part of our l'il'CSlllll2lll ycar :tml clvctwl thc following officers for thc m-xt tt-rm: Vrcsiilcnt , ,,,,.. , ,,,, Klan' Dougal .Xrmstrong Yicc l'i'n-siflciit , A Sylilc Klaplc' 'Vrcasiircr i,,,, ,. .laim-5 .Xustio. Sccrctary i,,, ,,i, . .. ,,.i,. . , i,,.....i...... W llm-ll Cipolla Now you havc st-cn our prog'rcss in thc last two yuztrs, watch our smoke from now on :tml you will sec gn-:it things liappcimig in thc Class of '27. lfRXlf5'l'lXlf CIJENIJIQNEN '17 Page Forty-three Page Fortyiour ll l lwllill l Q if l.', ll filmkl' 'Qs ll . iw 'wwMfn4 wfvs l., gwmw lilillglllllillliml i l HMMMKEKKKMHWMMMMMMWWA Zllrmahmrn 0112155 Eiatnrg On August the eighteenth. nineteen hundred and twenty-four, over one hundred students entered the Fortuna l'nion lligh School. amid the cheers from the upper classmfen, for now a real live class was entering its doors. Our first days were occupied by dodging the malicious upper classmen's hazing and arranging for our course of study. ln the Study llall, Lewis llrown explained the Student llody Constitution to us. We had a hard time to get acquainted with the ways of the school but we mastered this in a few weeks. Shortly after school started we were guests of the other classmen at Zlll informal reception given in our honor. We were painted red and yellow by some kind Juniors and then were marched around the auditorium. Some interesting and clever stunts were performed on the stage and then dancing followed, until twelve. The party was enjoyed by all-lbut the Freshmen?l. A class meeting was called and the following officers were elected: President ,,....,,,,,,.........,, ............,.......,...... S ophus Larsen Yice President ..............................,..... james lleacom Secretary .,.,,......,,......., ....,.,, K faxine Pryor Treasurer ..,,.................... .,......,....,..... X Yarren llixon Athletic Manager ,,.,.......,,.....,.....,.....,..... Lloyd Cobb Advisory lloard ,,,,,. ..... l lerbcrt Crawford, jr. We elected Miss Goldthwaite for our class teacher and she has proven a very helpful and sympathic sponser. The class has been ably represented in the orchastra, in Athletics. on the Honor Roll and in Dramatics. Five of the boys went out for llasketball. three for Baseball, and three for Football. lfight are in the Orchestra. The girls organized a basketball team with jessie Lutman as Captain. These girls de- feated the Sophomores in a decisive battle. The boys also put up a good fight against the other classes. ln April our class entertained the Student llody with a program. Later in the month our class, assuming for the first time the responsibilities of hosts and hostesses. had the pleasure of entertaining our friends and schoolmates at the animal "Freshie Frolicfl Instead of having the usual class candy sale. we decided to be ventursome and try something new. XVe decided upon a pastry bazaar and found to our de- light that our patrons were more "pieus" than we had predicted, for our little pie peddling plan proved to be a popping prosperous project. W'e have a promising class and are determined to make good. XfVe feel that the spirit manifested throughout the year by our class is full of promise for an interesting future. VVe hope that we may develop into a group that will be a real credit to our school. SOPHUS LARSON '28 Page Forty-six E-H. Page Forty-seven Page Forty eight 3111 Bllvmnrium - Blgmun igarrin Svlgnlru Qlillifi uf 15123 - lilllaltrr QHIEKPLIIIIIII Llllzum nf 15123 Ellarnlig GEO. XV. HOFFMAN, M. S., A. ll. Ohio State Univ ............,.,,,,., ,.,,.,,.,.., Principal CHAS. L. siixncv, C. E., A. M. l'urrlue L'niv. of Calif ..,.... Math. Physics Mech. Draw. GEO. llAl7L'RA, ll. S. Oregon Agric. College .........,., COlll,l'l1Cl'ClZll ROUT. E. DAMON, ll. S. Origon Agric. College ....,. lloys' Phys. Ecl. RORT. E. GOIZLE, ll. S. Origon Agric. College ............ Agricultural ETHEL MARIE EAST, A. ll. Univ. of Calif .....,,......... llistory, Economics MYRTLE SNIDER, A. ll. Univ. of Calif ...............,,,..................,,........ English ,, , , X, , , Xlfellow of Tonic. Solfa Amlclleelx WATIXIIXS' 'lColleg'e of Music, Lznmlizn .................. Music YIDA McKERN, ll. S. Oregon Agric. College .,.... Girls' Phys. Erl. LENORA STANLEY, A. ll. Lniv. of Calif. .,....,.,..........,.....,......., A rt, llistory CLARA KNll'l'S. li. S. Oregon Agric. College ......... Domestic Art HELEN GOLDTl'lW'Al'1'E. A. ll. l'niv. ef Calif ...........,,.., Chemistry, Algebra GABRIELLE HEGGIE, A. ll. Univ. of Calif ..................,....., Spanish, French ELLA M. CLARKE RILEY M. MILLIGAN, ll. S. RUTH FRIDELL. A. ll. HELEN COURTRIGIAIT, A. ll. PAUL XV. CARTER English l'niv. of California ........................ Commercial Oregon Agric. College ...... Auto Mechanics l'niv. of Calif ................,., Science, Geometry ll'niV. of Nebraska. ................. English. Latin ll'niv. of Calif ...................... Public Speaking' Colorado College ..................... Industrial Arts afarrmfmsea illlleguphnnr Stal? LILLIAN ROSS ......,........................... ................... l Etlltlil'-ill-Cllifff WlLLlAM BROWN .............................. ......................... l lusiness Manager CLlli"lAON llRANSi L,li,1t1EIQ ............................................. Assistant Eilitor NORTON NEWELL .........,,...................... Assistant llusiness Manager LOIS VVHITE .........,,,..................... .................................................... I ,iterary lL.YlJI'1lll XVlLl3URN ...........,....... ...........,,...,.......................i A rt coRNEL1,x MQc1.osi4v cl..-xinaxca CLARKE IQLMER coNNER . ........,,......... ...,...........Organization .........................-.-Alnnnn ..............lloys' Athletics ............,.Girls' Athletics RL'l H bl'AL'LD1lNG ................,... EYELYN SPA-ULDING HENRY PERROTT ............... . ELXVYN GALLAGHER ' HOXVARD JOHNSTON .......... ERNESTINE CLENDEN SOPHUS LARSON , ......., . 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He is, to be sure, a slow, easy going individual agreeing with everybody and ready to be agreeable any time. Well, I heard "Qld Timer" give a pretty good talk the other day and it surprised even me. I always had thought that under his old battered hat there was an active reasoning power, but not this. XVe were sitting on the station platform in the warm evening breeze when "t Jld Timer" spoke up. lle never mentioned a name but it was a good lesson and it seemed to fit some of the people about tl1e place. "Y'n'ow boys, I've heerd a lot of complaining in my time, and do yit fer that matter, but the person I reely sympathized with was the down and out person who when questioned as to how things were and how he were he'd say 'I'm. feelin' fine.' That fellow had something in him that would make him get ahead when the fellow long side of 'im was complainin' 'bout his hard luck. "Yeh, I heerd a fellow talking to anothern one time. Times were pretty hard then and I was near down n' out myself. This one fellow' sez 'I'm. out of a job. Ilad luck seems to follow me around. How are you F' Now I'm here to tell you that Lady Luck didn't seemto be followin' this other gent around. but boys that answer put new hope in m-e. " 'Qh, me,' he sez, 'why I'm feelin' fine. Yep. I'm happy cause I'm livin.' Why jest look at all the folks that died this year. Houses and barns burned down I small pox took its toll. There were lots of people not so well off as me. Yet, I'm here. 'If you laugh the world cain't hold you down. Tho everybody is agin' you, grit yer teeth, hang on and say Tm feelin fine.' "Well boys, guess I'd better be amblin' on home." Wfith this the crowd faded into the back ground and "Old Timesr" ambled up the dusty rfad toward his little cabin. This was the last that I ever saw of him.. That was about six years ago but when things look black, I think of "Old Timer" with his pipe, saying to me across all these years, "You bet, I'm feelin' fine." TIIELMA FLEMING '25 Zlinrgittin' fSecond Prizel "Carnsarn it Y" IIe knew there was something he had forgotten but he couldn't for the life of him remember what it was. Sugar, olives, celery, cran- berries, and so on down the long list that Mirandy had prepared for him. "Wal, I got that, 'n I got that, 'n that-" checking off each item as his eyes traveled down the list. ' "Wal, everythin's here 'n I got the mail besides. Oh, I reckon it don't make much differunce nohow. Mirandy'll tell me soon enough if I lmw gone and forgot somethin' l" Si ambled on at a snail's pace, puffing at his corncob pipe and philosophizing to himself on this thing and that. He was nearing his own little farmhouse before he looked up and caught sight of a figure on the porch. Immediately he decided to make up for lost time and began traveling at a moderately good pace. VVhen he got within calling distance of the figure, he heard: "W'ell, Si, you do beat all! Why ever'd it take all this time to get these things? i-Xnyone'd think you was makin' of 'em. Like as not you've went and forgot somethin' too, like you allus do! XYell goodness sake! I might's well talk Page Fifty-four lo a Chinee as waste my breath on you pokin' 'long like's if you hadn't a care in the world-an' me expectin' company too! lly the way, Si, did you-Oh! lands! my cakes is burnin'l" Mirandy fled in hot haste to the big stove in the kitchen where, when she opened the oven door. she beheld three lovely, smoking, black cakes. "Oh, Oh! w'hatever'll I do? There's no time to make more either l" "lt is too bad, Nlirandy-l'm right sorry about it." "Yas. a lot o' good it does for you to be sorry-'n it's all your fault tool Think o' me standin' there waitin' 'n waitin' fer you till I burnt my cakes all np!" Si slunk off like a naughty child who had been caught stealing jam and im- mediately attacked the woodpile in a more ferocious manner than it had exper- ienced in many a day. Soon Mirandy was calling him to help her with some other job and for some time he actually hurried-something usually very foreign to his nature- from one thing to another until he decided it time to quit. He was just in the act of stealing out of the kitchen door when Mirandy's voice boomed forth and he hurried to see what she wanted. "Si, Si. go look at them pies in the oven! I think they're a'most ready to come out. If they look's if they're done, take 'emg out-but fer land sake do be keerful, Si l" "VVal, gosh. Mirandy, you do beat alll I never seen sech a woman nowhere. You talk's if l can't do nuthin' a tall!" Si opened the oven door with a flourish and deciding to show Mirandy that he could do somethin', he reached in and grasped a pie in each hand. 'llhen with a wild yell he let go and rushed to the cold water faucet. excitedly wringing his hands. Klirandy emerged from the pantry just in time to see one pie land upside down under the stove while the other. landing on its edge, rolled over and over finally striking the wall and falling right side up. And as Si reached in his pocket for his handkerchief to mop up his flushed face, two letters fell out. "Si llopkins, where r'1'c'r did you get them letters and why didn't you give 'em to me before "Why, Klirandy, blest if I didn't plumb fergit. I knowed they was sumpthin' I fergot!" Mirandy hurriedly tore the first letter open and with a relieved expression on her face. sank into a chair. "Thank goodness-they can't come. If they'd a come while things was goin' on at this rate l'd a had to feed 'em bread 'n milk. I.et's see that other one." Si handed her the other letter and after reading it she softly said, "lVhy Si. it's from our boy John 'n he sends us best wishes for our weddin' anniversary. lt il., beat all-'n I fergot all about it, tool" "llal lla! Mirandy, that's once you done the fergettin' 'sted 'o me"-and Si shook with laughter. "VVal, anyhow we'll have pie fer dinn-er. Nlirandy, jest l. nk at that pie a settin' thar against the wall so cute 'n proper jest 's if it wanted to say. "Happy weddin' anniversary. Nlirandy 'n Many of 'em!" l'AIlI.INE ARMSTRONG '25 uv' laugh aah Zllnrgrt lFirst Prizel One autumn morning I walked into the hills for exercise. Tip, my dog, ran gayly along at my side. barking lustily at the birds he saw. The air was fresh and l hurried on at a brisk rate not noticing that the trail was gradually growing rough and narrow. Suddenly as I rounded an abrupt turn I was surprised to see a shriveled old woman leaning heavily on a stick. Page Fifty-five "You're just the little boy I'm looking for." she began excitedly. "Hurry, it's getting late: we've just got time to get there," and the deep harshness of her voice trailed off into shrill cracked notes. Too terrified to disobey, Itwalked cautiously nearer until I was about half an ell fromi her when she, suddenly snatched me up by the arm, whizzed away with me through the air. "Wh-where are we going P" I gasped. She only grinned the more and her teeth frightened me so much that I did not venture to question her again for some time. After a while the atmosphere becamie dense and we were all at once caught in a mass of snowy clouds. Something seemed to snap and we began falling downwards as fast as we had previously been shooting upwards. After an l1our's downward plunge a large hill became perceptible directly beneath us and the fear that we would strike it with too much force in landing gave me courage to ques- tion my captor again. "Don't you think it will kill us to fall on the hard earth P" I ventured anx- iously. Her reply this time was a little kinder. Perhaps she was relieved to be get- ting back in time. "Don't worry," she said, "we'll soon be there." I noticed that our speed had slackened and I peeped down to find the moun- tain was just beneath us. I held my breath and shut my eyes: but instead of ex- periencing the hard fall that I expected, we dropped upon a heap of soft sponge. Its alluring softness delighted me and I began to bounce and roll around on its springing surface. but the old woman grasped my arm and tugged me to my feet. In response to some rapidly muttered incantation of hers a trap door arose and revealed a pair of silver stairs leading down into a small room. We quickly decended. Three of the walls were covered with shelves containing green bottles. The old woman handed me one with an order to swallow its contents. I obeyed while she drank from the other. Gradually I became aware of a queer shrinking sensation, and, looking up I discovered that I could hardly reach up to the lower shelf which had previously just touched my knee. She then gave me some clothes which seemed like those of a small prince, and while I donned them she stood close and gave in rapid whispers the account of herself which I had not dared to demand. "My name is Laughter, "she explained, "and I'm quite a person for getting into trouble. This morning while I should have been watching the prince I was playing leap-frog over toad-stools with Flip. I heard a thnd, and looking around. I saw the great yellow King of Tomzcats seize the prince and swallow him whole. I slammed a pebble but it missed him. The queen must never know of thisg she would banish me or have me cut into little bits and thrown into the stream of Dew Drops. I-ler majesty is quite near-sighted and deaf. She will never know but what you are Prince Jolly. We must go now: I have talked longer than I meant to 3 t'is one minute to two and she always eats lunch with jolly at two. just act naturally and you will be all right." At this Laughter opened a small door which I had not noticed when we first entered the room. As we stepped through she smiled and chuckled to herself, "The queen shall never know, oh, no!" I must explain that Laughter looked nothing in the world as she had before. I'Ier stooped age had been supplanted by the charm of youth, the horrid grin by a lovely smile, and the witches rags by a gay red suit and cap with tiny 0'Oltl bells. We stepped into a fresh little garden which nestled in one corner of a gor- geous valley surrounded by low rugged hills of green emerald. I had never dreamt that such a magnificient place existed. The dazzling colored lights con- trasted with the dullness of the room we had just left. In the center of the valley stood a wonderful palace of gold set with rare jewels. Not far behind ran vb Page Fifty-six a sparkling little stream which I thought surely must be the stream, of Dew Drops. "VVhat a wonderful place." I cried. "I don't see how any one could be unhappy here." "Of course no one is unhappy here," she said, "for this is the land of Laugh and Forget. The queen once married the King of Gruffs but he was so grouchy that he lived only a few days. I suppose that the climate disagreed with him. .Xt first his death made ller Majesty a tiny bit sad and that cast a gloom over the whole place but I happened along just in time and she hired me as a court-jester and protector for the prince. She never could do without me now. Do you know this morning I was so frightened when the prince was eaten that I left immediately in search of some one to take his place because if I hadn't, by my sadness, everyone would have known of the mishap. I had to change my ap- pearance for fear one of the queen's messengers would see me and report that I had left without her consent. l altered my size for convenience." "Oh, my thinking cap." she explained, "the time, the time: here comes the queen now looking for us. Tell her we nearly got lost in the Forest of Colden Leaves. She'll scold you, perhaps, but don't mind. I'll make her laugh in a second. Everytime the queen is angry or sad it causes someone on the earth above to die so be careful what you say to her." "Good afternoon." said Laughter, making a pretty bow. "w-ere you looking for us ?" "Gracious, why does my little boy never do things right ?" she asked. "You must teach better habits, Laughter." "Oh, mother, you musn't be angry," I said. "Laughter and I fell asleep in the forest." She smiled. I suppose that Laughter's charm was working. "'Come, come, I'll forgive you this time. You must eat lunch now." Then each one took one of my hands and we hurried away to the palace where we sat under a large taffeta parasol at a redwood burhl table. VVe were served with roast beetles and the broth of hunnning bird tongues. The dinner was exceptionally appetizing but I was more interested in the palace. I would have liked to explore every room and tower but that would never have done for a boy who was supposed to have lived there all his life. After we had finished eating, a pair of meadow larks appeared and. taking the tray in their beaks, .flew awav. "Your Majesty, may I go to play Tillyput with Mischief ?" I asked. Laughter had whispered to me to say this. He said that it pleased the queen to be called "Your Majecty" by the prince. The queen consented, so we skipped off. Laughter's bells jingling merrily as wc went. Soon we came to an elegantly carved crystal bridge which spanned the Dew Drop river. Innumerable goldfish swam about in the sparkling pools. "Here comes Mischief and his gang now," Laughter said. "They're quite a nuisance, but l wanted to get you away from, the queen." Four little boys came toward us, hopping on first one foot and then another. They were dressed in oddly made brown muslin suits with pointed caps and wide leather belts. 'lIello, Mischief, Youth, Fun, and Folly." Laughter shouted at them. I was still leaning on the crystal railing but I turned partly around to look at them. "llello, old top," the largest one shouted at me. "I've got a debt to settle with you for putting that yellow jacket on my chair." And with that he gave me a quick push which sent me sprawling headlong into the eddying stream. Oh. what a drenching! Down I went to the bottom where I stuck in the thick layer of mud. Finally. after repeated unsuccessful struggles, when I was Page Fifty-seven just about to give up all hopes I awoke with Tip at my side wagging his tail and licking my face. "Why did you spoil such a dream, Tip?" I scolded. "They would surely have pulled me out." I sat up and rubbed my eyes. llut in answer Tip merely barked and gave little leaps of joy. Looking around I found that I had fallen asleep on a bed of autumn leaves. "That's quite enough adventuring for one day," I said. So calling Tip, we both ran home as fast as we could. Later when I told mother, she laughed. and said that walking for exercise had queer effects on me. IRMA EYERS '25 Iliifr nf flinrnln lgrrfare Little jimmy Knowlittle Thought he knew a lot Till teacher asked him History And proved that he did not, After class a double lesson Little jimmy did receive This occurrence every day Caused his heart to grieve. One day he resolved To make History less 'fborey" If you are interested in his success Kindly read the following story. "james, will you please give your report on the life of Abraham Lincoln ?" Poor james had forgotten about this History report entirely as he was more interested in the football team. I-le knew that he must give something or Miss Ryan would give him a double assignment on the morrowx Rather than burn the midnight oil he resolved to make an attempt, so stumbling to his feet he began: "Abraham Lincoln was born in-in the United States sometime after 1492. Ile was born of very wealthy parents who gave him everything mloney could buy Ile was educated by private tutors until he was about fifteen. His parents wanted to send him to college but he decided that he'd rather stick around home because he never did like to study. He was a very delicate child anyhow, so he never amounted to much, A'What ?" Miss Ryan's voice rang through the schoolroom lik-e a thunderboldt. "Oh, I said he w'as always kinda small and delicate like, but nevertheless he was never idle. He was just about like the boys now-a-days-no better nor no worse." james was attacked by a very violent coughing fit which lasted until he could think of something else to say. "He used to take his gun and shoot bears on the Sarah desert which was just a little way from his home. He liked to play with his playmates among whom were George VVashington and Wooclrow Wilson, and kids like that. "He never read much but he was a crackerjack at cross word puzzles. I think that's about all that book said about him-at least I can't think of any more." "No, I guess you thought of about all you could and I must congratulate you on your extraordinary inimaginationfi james sat down, blushing with pride to think that he had "slipped one over on the teacher" that time. CLAIRE KRAUSKQPF '25 Page Fifty-eight Page Fifty-nine A walk Zlfhrnugh the llrhwnnha tFirst Prizel I wandered through the forest gloom. Vl'here the sun and shadows meet lletween the mammoth redwood spires, XN'here purple shades retreat. 'Twas like a huge cathedral, With a rug of moss and leaves, .Xnd the dusky shadows falling. XN'ith the beauty of a frieze. .X creek flows slowly through the dale. XVith tiny fern fronds dipping in, .X chipmunk steals across a log, And minnows near by swim. I sat upon a fallen log, hvlth tiny fungus growing there. .Xnd saw a chipnlunk scamper hy A hurrying to his lair. ERNESTINE CLENDENEN '27 Brant malt' 1 Second l'rizel .X desert night, in a desert land, The heat has lifted from the sand. The stars are suspended from the sky l.ike shining pearl, and the lingering sigh, Ur the wailing moan of a lost wind flits CJ'er sagehursh flats and mountain tips. .Xfar out in the desert's night XYhere shines the moon with silvery light. Quivering comes the challenge call Of XVolf to VV0lf. From mountain wall The echo floats on whispering strings. .-Xgain the cry of the gray wolf rings. .PX desert night, in a desert land. The flame of dawn, by a cool wind fanned. Lengthens the shades of sage and dune Made hy the light of a failing moon. Etched on the sky lines shining blue. The grey wolf disappears from view. MAYIIELLE SPINNEY '25 S. - QL 'l' if wr, 1442, r,' iQf,i':Q", N171 i, i l 'l Il why Shnulh 31 Eine XYhy should I live when life is sad And existence not blessing but bane And every man travels his own rough path Wlith no thoughts of another's pain. VVIICH the sky seems always cloudy, So cold the atmosphere Is any life worth living XVIICII never a friend is near? XVhy should I live when life's so sad And existence not blessing but bane? XVhy. I should live for others' sake. To banish anotherls pain. XYhy should I live? For the rest of the To make every day seem brighter To spread the sunshine o'er the earth And make sad souls seem lighter. Sven :mb Nut hath I'm a gettin' desperate, I am. just because I ain't a full-growed man 1 Ieople think they kin boss me aroun' And tell me not to make a soun.' .lust as if a reel guy keerd To sit aroun' and be seen and not heerd. I jest guess I'll tell 'em a thing er two If -its the las' thing I getta chance to do. I guess everybody wasn't reared To sit around and be seen and not heerd. Cause I tried it in English onct, I did XVhen the teacher had up and bid Me to explain why I was late: I thought I'd be reel up to date. And be seen and not heerd, fjust to see how she was reardl 1 And you oughta heard her rave About all the trouble I always gave. She sent me home fer not answering her And here it was my ma's suggestion That I should be seen and not heerd. world. 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Front Row-llaird. llaxter. Klcleod, Reese Lan'-tlois llill llolman Cl'r-s 4 . A ,. . 1 . 1ltL-V ' i IH nnthall--1924 'llhe home boys started the season very well. They won the first ganie, a practice game. from Crescent City, at that place, by a score, lfortuna, 7: Cres- cent City, O, The Crescent City eleven was considered a fast and hard hitting team. Fortuna lost both games to Eureka, the most evident reason for this was that they were considerably outweighed by the Eureka team. The second game was played on a very muddy field, giving Eureka a decided advantage due to their weight. ll , lirown. Our eleven were victors over :Xrcata twice, winning' once by the score of Jo to 20, and the other game being forfeited by Areata. Ferndale was also twice victor over ns but we are assured this will not be repeated by Ferndale. 'llhe boys used their supreme efforts and did it very well but the breaks were nearly always against us. Due to illness. hurts or other like causes to our team was always lacking one or more of its mainstays. 'llhe team was weakened con- siderably in the first game with Ferndale as our reliable quarterback. lltq' llaird. was unable to play. Yan Duzer and Capt. Matheson also proved tn be capable line buckers. Reese was elected 1926 Captain at the meeting after the season was over. Yery worth of mention was the Alumni vs. Student llody gime resulting in a 6 to 6 tie. Mr. Damon, our coaeh, gave all available time and worked very diligently and also the able assistance of Mr. lladura enabled the team to win as many games as they did. No donbt the boys could have done better in practice and in the games if the football field had been in better condition, but this school does not make excuses and we are very thankful for the results of this season's games and hope to do better next year. Page Sixty-four Damon, Ilogan, Tliomas. Cipolla, Klyers, Marshall, Malloy Ieatotn llryant, lilass illimiivh Eankethall 'llhe scores for the limitecl lmasketlmall games are as follows lfortuna .A,,., . . ,,...., 3 0 ....., .. ,A.... A.. x 's. . ....,.,.. ..... X rcata ........ Fortuna .,., ,,....., 1 Z ...,. ..,, vs. . . ,., I I. S. 'I'. C... liortnna ou. ..., nys. , , . ,Ifureka Fortuna ...A I7 ,... ,..vs .,AA, .ulferntlale . Fortuna .,..A ll... evs. ..... .Xreata lfortuna l8,,, . ,... vs... , II. S. 'Il. C., lfortnngt nc I7erutlalc If: Irtuna ..,l0., ,, lg vs lfureka ...,.,...., The county ehampionship is a three coruereml tie clue to the loss ot the last game of the Ifortuna team to Ifernmlale. The teams in this tie are lfernmlale. Ifor- tnna. antl Ifureka. Ks it is unmlerstootl that no three corneretl ties may he playeml oft, no team has the privilege of sole Champion. Only through the harcl work of Klr, Damon. our coaeh anrl the comhinetl efforts ol' the hoys to cooperate antl cultivate team work anml scientific plays, has onr excellent team lmeen ereaterl. None of the lmoys are gratluates this year. antl we hope to have them with us next year. Klost of the league games were walk-a-ways with the exception of the two in which they were tlCl-Cillkffl, the Olilllltillig' teams winning these two games hy the one point. .Xreata 'Ileaehers College tlefeatetl Forttma onee anml in turn were mlefeatetl ny our team. These were not league games. All of the hors mleserye their share of mention. l'erhaps llenny Klarshall antl Ifay Nlyers were slightly outstancling hecause of their ahility uf fast mlrih- hling as well as lmeing a goocl shot. Captain lilass managetl the team like a vet- eran anrl rliml his part tcwwarcls the victories. Ile was unahle to play against lfure- l-:a in the harclest fought game of the season. clue to illness. 'l'homas always the same, graceful, precise goal tosser, showed his consistent skill in every game. llut clue to the excellent teamwork anrl playing it is harrlly fair to name one play- er as the star anrl alone the winner of the game. Our only consolation in the loss of the opportunity to Iieeome ehanrpions supreme is that it was written clown in the hooks-of Destiny ancl Fate that we should not he such. Page Sixty-five The scores of the Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna A.... Fortuna ,,,.. Fortuna ....AA Fortuna Fortuna .,.A. Fortuna Damon, Langlois, llolman. Jacobsen, llrown, Thomas, llarrison, Grinsell, Phillips Hnlimiteh Banker Ball season for L'nlimited liasketball were ,,.. 13 ,,,.... ,.,.... x fs 8 vs Arcata ,.....F,.... ll S T C Eureka ,,,F, .. ,A,,,,,, Ferndale -X1 cata ,,,............... J .... 18 .......12 H. S. T. C ........ .... 6 Eureka .A,,, .....23 Ferndale .....,,,, . ,,,.,.,, l-l Crescent City llasketball season rolls around its course to the end of the season and we count up our victories and defeats-mostly victories, for us this season. Our unlimited team, due to hard luck and some loose playing at the wrong time, did not take the county championship this year. Although it was our greatest hope to have two championship teams. Nevertheless, Fortuna's unlim- ited team ranks second. The boys showed a high amount of efficiency in most games, but fell down in the crucial and deciding game against Eureka. Blurl Phillips was the star of that game. The Crescent City game, a non-league game, was won by Fortuna by the score of 8 to 5. The first and third quarters were played by second team men who held the Crescent City team very well, the second and fourth quarters being played by the first team who ran up the score. The second team showed their ability in this game. The other games were of the usual type played by the Fortuna team which always shows team-work and plenty of spirit. Murl I'hillip's ability to guard and dodge the big men was usually an out- standing feature of the game. He was chosen as forward on the first team of a mythical "ALL-STAR" team. Lewis lirown, our center. was chosen as center on the second team of the same. - The line-up for the year was as follows: Forwards: Phillips, Jacobsen, Grinsell. Center: L. llrown. Guards: Thompson, Langlois. Harrison. Page Sixty-six llnvlc R1IXY'lQI1sl. Nluisst-r. lilcining, Spiinicy, flilQul1I'li0, Klclit-rn, lfiwnit lQuw4XlcL':1llistcr. tliztcmnini, l,:n'snn. CE I 15 k ih ll ir 5' T an v ar XYith nnly two uf lftn't1ii1:1's cliznnpinn lmslcctlnztll tcznn lcft this your. wt' tniilc sm-cninl plzwc in thc llninlmlflt liitt-irlinlztstiv l.l'2lQllC. 'l'hv gi1'lspl:1yc1l wry lizml in :ill thcir QZIIHUS. Unr first :intl linrnlt-st gznnt- cznnc' with linrclczt on tlctnlmcr lll, :tt lillllxliil. 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'l'llv cliznnpitnisliip gznnc wats plztyt-nl un tlctnlmcr Sl, with lfnrclczt, on mn' wwn cnnrt. lfln-ining :intl fJ'lQntirlcc, mir stzir gnzmls, rliil cxccllcnt work in hultl- ing l'i11l'l'liZl fliiwn to 10 puints. lfzist tlirl gmail work, lllillilllg' thrcc frcc lmzlskcts. lfirflllllil stit't'cctlc1l in inztliing' 7 puints. Uni' gxnnt- :tt l:Cl'llll2llt' N-1lYL'lllllCl' 7th was thc liztrmlcst fungllt Qllllll' of thc st-nsini, Xfcisscr :intl Sllllllltllllg' :it ccntcr rlitl vcry gmail work. Spzlnlmling' :tl- wnys lIlJlllIlQ'CS to lun' wht-rc sho is innst necflcml. Klzlylmcllc Spinncy. who trunk tii:tcrnnini's plzwc, in thc- sccninl ltztlf ztccmiitttwl fm' 0 nf lfHI'Illl1IllS l7 puints whilv l'f:xst nizulc N, .Xt thc- L-nil nf thc gznnc thc score stnml, lfllflllllil 17 :intl lfcrnclztlc. l5. The lust gznnc uf thc seztsnn with .Xrczitu :it l"ortnn:i was the snztppicst gzunc that wc plztyc-cl. ,Xl'Cill2l was tlctcrininctl In win this gznnc, hnt wc wvrc just :is lll'lk'l'll1lIIL'Il that slit' was nut gning' tu win. lfztst mliml cxccptimizlllx' gnntl work, s.t'fll'lIIg"lufll1ll' lfv pfvints whilt- .Xrczttn only inzulv 7 puints, 7 5 'Ilhc l'4lll'llIll1l girls :irc gwwing to wwrlc ll1lI'flCl' thzln vvcr fur :i cltniiipitnisliilr Iut'Xl svilsull, Page Sixty-seven Iiaek Row-litter, Cook. Yuill, Fielder, Blelieown, Malloy, Early, l'ryor, French. Xleiiern. Front Row-Giaeomini. O'Ronrke, East. Kleisser. Spinney, Larson , i Cftirlz Maarhall The first game of the llumboldt lnterseholarstie League was played at Ferndale on Saturday. Klareh 21. Fortnnais girls went over with the determi- nation to win. XYe were up to bat first. O'Ronrke started the game by striking out. Mable Fast and Eva Larson did likewise. making' three out before anyone eould get on base. East. F0l'ILlll2liS piteher, started by fanning the first batter for Ferndale. lint. the eateher. O'Rourke. missed the third strike and as a result the batter got to first, She stayed here and watched three batters fan out. ln the second inning Ynill was the first up and she fanned out. Then Gertie Nleisser got a hit whieh took her to first. from there she stole to third. Neantime another Fortuna batter fanned and so lleisser made a dash for home as soon as the Ferndale piteher threw a wild ball. She got there. making the first run for Fortuna, but in sliding home she broke a small bone in her ankle. She is out of the line-up the rest of the season. Fortuna made up after the first run and began hitting the ball. At the end of the seventh inning' the score stood, Fortuna 6, Ferndale 2. During the seventh inning. Fast hurt her arm in a mix-up at home plate when Christensen of Ferndale tried to steal home, so Fielder had to pitch the eighth inning. lt was the first time she had ever played but she did very well. Ferndale only made three runs so we were still one point ahead. In the ninth inning we made two more runs. Ferndale also made two runs. but Fortuna won, X to On Klareh 28 we played Areata at Rhoner l"ark. After having won our first game we were determined not to let .-Xreata win from tis on our own dia- mond. .Xreata was up to bat first but they did not get a hit. No runs were made during the first inning. ln the seeond inning Blforrison and Spinney made the first two runs for Fortuna. Larson and Fielder made the other two runs for us making' the seore at the end of the ninth inning, Fortuna -1. .Xreata O. The line-up was: CJ'Rourke, ei Fast, p: Rovai. lb: Spinney, lb: Meisser. Sb: Morrison, rss: Spaulding. lss: Giaeomini, rf: Larson, ef: l'rior, lf. Subs: Yuill, Fielder, Freneh, Farly. Klelieown. Grinsell. Page Sixty-eight Front Row-Cobb, Cipollo, llranstetter, llaird. Ceccherini. llaek Row-'l'hrlmpson. l.anglois, llrown, Klass, Klcl,eod. Damon. Engn' Baseball Time again rolls around in it's course and reaches the time of home runs, curves, and the old horsehide. otherwise known as haselmall, the national game. liortuna Union Iligh School is again doing her part to make it interesting as will he related in the following hnes. Fortuna played the first league game of the season with the Ferndale lligh School. The score was 23 to 1 in favor of our team. The nine of this year are living up to the record set by the nines of Fortuna lligh for the three preceding years. This shows much promise of being the fourth consecutive championship hasehall team put out hy the School. 'l'he Ferndale game showed that our classy and reliahle pitcher, Thompson. is as fit and good as ever. It also showed that our team is a very hard hitting hunch. All the hoys were on their toes and working well for the school. 'llhe .Xlumni 'lleam also met the Fortuna lligh Nine, the high school win- ning hy one score, 10 to 9. Due to the game played against Ferndale the day hefore, the hoys were somewhat lacking in pep, this accounting for the close- ness of the score. The .Xlumni also had a good team. Langlois tossed for the high school and fanned eight. McLeod pitched the last four innings and fanned three. Langlois is another one on our strong pitching staff. The .-Xlumni fought for all their worth, showing the spirit is still carried hy the graduates of our school. to whom this Megaphone is dedicated. liortuna defeated Arcata 'I lilfh March 28 hv the score of 14 to 2. 'l'hom,uson . . . S - l again showed his skill on the mound. lirom these games we may gather that the Fortuna Iligh School means to he Champions if trying will do the deed. 'l'he line-up is: c, Baird: p, 'l'hompson, Langlois, McLeod: lst, llranstetter: Znd, Cipolla: 3rd, Marshall: ss, l.. llrowng lf, Cohh: cf, Langloisg rf, j. Klass. Substitutes, Terry, llarrison, l'hillips. and Ceccherini. Page Sixty-nine XY. ilrinsell. Dunn, Marshall, llIg'lN'Zll1l. llarrison, Xlyers, l'hillips, Damon. ilternrhzi nf thr I-I. GI. 31. if illllrvt. ijimitrh Qllaaa Klay 24. 1924. Event First Second Third Time lO0 ............,... Klarshall A.,.,,,.,.,. Iior ....,, .U Leary ',...,......,... Fer ..,,,,,,,., Quigg '...........A..,,,. .. luur ...... .... l 1 200 120 l,,l l.,I,ane ......,Vw,.. ,......AA .For ., ,,,., Fleckensteine.Arc .,,........ lladley '....... .,.,A,,.,.. E ur ..... .l,. 1 8:00 -L-IO ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,l,, l lackett l,,,,.,,,,,,,.. Fer ...,,l,., lloysen ,,,.......,....,.. Fer ....,,,,,,,, l lanileley ',,..,,,l,,, Fur .,,.,. .... f nl 300 220 ...........,,.... Klarshall ....,.,,,,.. For. ....,. Quigg '.......,,.,., ....... 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Ferndale .....l...,,.. ....,,...,,,,......., la Iureka .,,.,,,,........ ......,..,..,.....,... 5 0 :UO llenny Marshall, the Paddock of the Fortuna limited track team won first place in the hundred yard dash and the two hundred and twenty yard dash. .Xl- thongh his record did not quite equal that of Paddock, nevertheless he took the honors. George Lane took first in the one hundred and twenty yard low hurdles. lzreaking' the county record in doing' so. Blurl Phillips showed that he can toss the shot as well as a haskethall, plac- ing' second in the shot-put. Fortuna also took first place in the relay race, due to the fine cooperation of the team. .Xlthough Ferndale crowded Fortuna out of first place, Fortuna showed their well-known fighting spirit hy taking' a close second place in the meet. The final scores were: Ferndale, 29: Fortuna, 233 lfureka, ll: .Xrcata. 8. Page Seventy !'!y Ihtek Rmx'-Iuliiistml. Iztenhsen. Hzxthesnn, Iiztirtl, CUI'IIk'Q'Q'I0, Iiznnnn. Ifrnnl Iinw-XX. Ilrmvn, XX'ittsehe, NIeI.emI, I,z111frInis, I.. Iirnwn, 5 nr llvrnrhz nf TQ. 01.11.111 QIIIIPPI linlimitrh Qllmm 192-I IIJII , . .Shively 'A,A, ...... I Cnr. ,... IQZIVZIIIZIQII ,I':llI'. , XYise ,,A.,.AA, Ifnr-.. i.....l0:-I II. II. ,..,.... I Ieznh , Iier, ,,., Ilrmvn ,.... ,, Ifnr. ,,,. XYise I"m'.,,,, M1822 XIiIe, IIuIIn'mrk,, ,.,. Iier. ., IIeIIhet'g' iIftn'., .... ., Ia1ll'Ij '..,.,....... ...,. I fer ....,, , ,... ,. -I .53 440 ,, Ilnglmee I'ier,,,,, CZllI1lJIJOII,,,.IfllI' .,.... . I.z1ng'Iois Fur 55 l 220 , Iiztvzuiznigli Ifnr ......, ,Rohner ,,,....,.,,., Ifnr ...AA, ,Nurgztrcl , ,,,,,. Ifnr 24:00 A . , IIrmx'l1 ,,A,A,.,,,,,,, Iinr ....,,A,,,A,..........,.,, 27 2 XXII., ,. i.,-IIeIIherg' . Iinr. ,,4, iullullmink ....., Ifer ......A..,A, Ifztrly ',,,4,, I7er..e,, I 2 I3 I'nIe ,tlewett . Ifnr. ,Reese -.....A....,..... .I'ier..... ..,,. .Xenrn.,., .Xre l0'3jQ Shut Shiva-Iy Iznr .,A.., ,.,.Xeurn .. i..Xre. ,,.IOWL'lI.,,,...,,....IilII' -IJ Ii .. ...,,,...A.. ,,,StrmnIn-rg ',,, ,.Xre.. .....,,A, ,...., ,,,,, , , 5 5 Ii. il. Wilt-wx ,,.I'f1n' .....A. Shively '.,, ...A., I Cnr .... ,,,, . Xeorn A,.....,,I .,..-Xre I0 10 Izlw-Iin. ,, Xeurn I ..,.Xre., , Shively .,,, I'fnr.,.,, ,XYiIsun .....,.. .Xre :-'J 4 lit-Igli' I'qL'I'l1tI1lIL', V I'ilIl'eIi:l ,. ,,,.... , , ,...., , , Iiurtltltil H The nnliniiterl boys tIirI nut fare us n'eII as the IIIIIIICII Ixwys hut they clit their Imest :intl that is :III any person can mln. Iirerl Wise plzteerl first in the Iow hurdles and thirtl in the high hnrtlles :tm the hnn4Ire4I yztrcl rlzlsh. 'l'hircI plzlee was well eztrnerl in the hnntlretl y:1rtI dash :ns he hzul tn emnpete HQIIIIISI Shiva-Iy, the Iznrekzt giant. Lewis I1rmx'n nlsu cIirI his part in fig'I1ting' for ITOFIIIIIZI, placing' seeuncl in tim events and William I.zmg'Inis placed third in the four hunclreml furty run . I'urtnn11 were the rtnmers-up for thircl phlce in the tneet being' Imeznen hy unc point hy .Xreztt:1. hut nevertheless we know they rIimI their best :intl we are satis- fit-tl. 'I'he Iin:1I setwes were: IQIIFCIQZI, U05 I'AK'I'IIlIZlIt', 281 .Xre:1t:l, 153 Iiurttiiux. I4 Page Seventy-one Tlranstetter, Marshall, Docili. l'errott, Searcy, Klcliern. XVhite, O'Rourke, Ross, Ely. 7 P11165 The Interscholastic Tennis Tournament was held at the .-Xrcata Union lligh School courts last November. The usual rivalry between Fortuna and Eureka was manifest and the spirit of the tournament kept at a high pitch. Eureka took advantage of using a star player, Claire Robertson, in two events, 'ihe Fortuna coach, Nr. Searcy, did not approve of this but as there was nothing in the rules to prevent it, the matter was dropped. The matches of the day started with Henry Iierrot of Fortuna and Yivian Clutch of Eureka playing for boys singles. Gutch won 6-0, 6-2. lle then played Albert Lima of Arcata and defeated him 6-0. 6-0. Thus Eureka won the first event. Susie llanducci of Arcata lost two matches 6-2, 6-0, to Elsie Ray of Eureka. who in turn won the singles championship by defeating Lillian Ross of Fortuna. 6-2, 6-2. The most exciting match of the day was played by Roberta O'Ronrke and Benny Marshall, local mixed doubles, against Claire Robertson and Kenneth Foley of Eureka. The fighting spirit of Fortuna was aroused and our team won the match, 2-6, 6-2, 7-5. This proved to be the hardest fought game of the day. The Fortuna team easily defeated Evelyn llunter and ltenjamin Fuerwerker of Arcata, 6-2, 6-0. Another very exciting match was the boy's doubles event. Arthur Docili and Clifton Bransteter defeated their opponents perfectly. Neither Chester Groom and Inskip of Arcata nor Carrol Nixon and teammate of Eureka conl-I score against them. They made a clean sweep winning the boys' double cham- pionship, 6-0, 6-0. lloth llocili and liranstetter played very well, and Fortuna is proud of that team. The Eureka girls' doubles team, Claire Robertson and Margaret liarry won after a hard fight from .lean lirett and her teammate of .-Xrcata by a score of 6-4, 7-5. The Fortuna girls, Lois XVhite and Louise Ely lost to the Eurekans 6-4, 6-3. , 7 The Arcatan's proved to be very genial hosts for at noon a delicious lunch- eon was served in the cafeteria of the school to all visiting players. The tables were very prettily decorated with the colors of the three schools, and an attrac- tive tennis court made up the centerpiece. .Nll rivalries were forgotten and a jolly time enjoyed by all. Page Seventy-two Gbrganizatinnn Svnrivtg Bramatirn ' qvga 5194 ' X 'Qif iiiifbifl' ' Jfffi, 1-',":f.-,- 355: Q '. r.' 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Uhr Stuhrnt Enhg The Student llody of the Fortuna I'nion Iligh Scliupl, under the guidzmce uf I'resident Lewis llrmvn. has had Zl very successful year. The students have 'f10lJC1'EllfC'fl and every meeting' has heen full of zmuisiixg' interest and "pep," Prohzthly the greatest success uf this orgzuiizzltitni. during' the year, was the mlzly "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary," which was given hy the members of the Student Iimly, under Miss Cu11rtrig'l1t's supervision. The Advisory Iloard is composed of five capzihle inemhers, the representa- tives from each class and the faculty zldvisur. The Student Ilmly nfficers for this yezu' are: , . Iresldent .... 2 .A,,,..r,,...,......i,......,.,....,.,,,...,.,tt,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,.,,,..,i..,t. ....., I .ICXYIS IIROXYX Yice l'resideut r,e,..,e,... ,,.e w.....,,,., ..,,,,..... ,,i, ,... ,e,,, I 2 I Q I Q TRVIJI2 FLEMING Secretary '......,,.,..r,,......,,. ,,,..,... ,c... ,.......,.,.c,,,.,.,....,.,,......,.,. 'I l I IIQIJIIX FLFKIIXG Treasurer ,.....r,,,..,..........,.,....,.......,.,,...,, ..,........,..tt,, K Ii.'XRIl.'XRIf'Il IXTKINSC JN Iiditor-in-Chief of IXICQZIIJIIOIIC ,w...........i,,,,.,i..,.......,.,..... I,II,I,Ii-XX ROSS Ilusiness IXIZIIIZIQJCI' of Megapliont -,...i,..,, ......,, X YII.I.l.XKI IIROXYN Iiditor-in-Chief of Ilig "F" .t....,.,......... I'.'XL'I,IXE ,-XRNISTRUNG llusiness Manager of Ilig "F" .,..,,.............,.....,,,.. XYILI,I.'XNI DUNN .Xthletic Klzmager tlluysl i,.,...,i,ii.,,,.., ,c,,..,..... b IAMES TI'IOKIl'SON ,Xthletic Klanager tGirlsy ...,.,.,i,,,w...,...,,,,,,,........i,w,.,...e.w.,,,,,, KLXIILE EAST Sergeaiit-at-.Xriiis ........,vv.....,,..,.,...,...,,.,w...,,,,e.....e..... 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Page Seventy-five 11121 1.3111 XX 1 I1 1 11. 1,,1fN1I1.Y NY1JUlJC1JCIi 11 1 1. 1 4 1 15 1 1111,, ..1..,.1.,. 1.,.,...,..1.,,, 1 . 1.b1.11, 1111.115 RCJl11CR'1.X 17'RU1'R1i1C 1111111111111 111 JR11.X 4 . 1 1111 .......,,1.-1.1R11.5 11.11 11 1 ,.....,..11:111111 111111111111 1 1 , 151.5115 SCJIJICRKIKN ......,1..,.1...,G1Q.1XT Nl ICNG .....,1 X1,lC12 IZRUXXN ,,100....1C1.1JRllJ 111 11:.1N "1Harnitg ill Gllulf' The "Yarsitv F" Club is a recently organized club. This organization was established for till boys receiving their emblems of "F's." The object of this organization is to create more interest in athletics and to have the boys cooperate with their athletic coach. At the meetings, athletic prob- lems are discussed and the problems which should be taken up before the student body. As yet, not all the boys who have received their emblems. have joined this club but it is hoped that before the end of the year all those eligible will join. Officers for the "Varsity F" Club are: I,I'QSiKlC11t ,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A.r..i......l............,..,....,.........,.,,,. WALTER JACOUSEN Yiee President ,,,,,,.ii,,4.,,,,,,,,, .... ..... ,................, 11 ' 1 URL PlllLL1l'S Secretary-Treasurer ........................,...........,,..,............. PAUL VAN DUZEK The club has many advantages for those who are interested in athletics. and it should be the aim of all the boys to be able to become a IIBCIHIIJCI' of tl11s club. +4440 19" 65112 Girls League The Girl's League was organized during the latter part of the 1923-1924 school year with Eleanor Sullivan as President. Several parties were arranged by the girls and a costume dance was given. lt was the aim of the girls to be- come better acquainted with one another, to create better friendship to do away with cliques so as to let every girl have an equal chance in the activities of the school. At the opening of the 1924-1925 school year a meeting was held and the faculty advisor was chosen. A party was held in October in order for the Freshmen girls to become acquainted with the Upper Classmen. The party was in the form of a costume dance and many novel dresses were worn both by the teachers and the girls. This party proved to many of the girls that a good time could be had even though the masculine members of the school were not present. However. certain types of "masculineoc" were present and apparently enjoyed dancing with gypsies and flower girls. The teachers also proved good sports and put on a very clever pro- gram. A small fee for dues was collected in order that the girls might have a small sum in their treasury for various things that might be needed during the school year. The League is a great aid to the girls and we feel that greater interest and friendship has been created among the girls since the organization was started. The officers for the Girl's League for this year are: V President ...............................,,.,,,,,..,.,.,.,,,,,.,,,,..,...,,,.,.,,.,,.,.. THELMA FLEMING Vice President .......................... ........,...........,....... ,......,., A L ICE AD-AMS Secretary-Treasurer ............ ...,,,...... 1X IARGARET GRINSELL Yell Leader ..........................,., ...........,,.,, D OROTHY MALLQY Faculty Advisor ......... ,,,,,.,..,.,.,.,,,,,,,., M ISS KNIPPS Page Seventy-six Uhr nglinh Eepartmrni XYith Miss Snider at the head of the English Department the classes have successfully cooperated during the year with all the other departments. Tryouts for the school play were held by the department and the classes were also important in writing items for the llig "F", the school monthly. This department also gave the prog'ram l1eld in Eureka. on March 13. .X contest for poems and short stories was held in the interest of the Meg- aphone. Copies of the Megaphone were given as the awards. In the contest for short stories, the first prize was won by Irma livers. while l'auline Arm- strong received second place. lloth girls are Seniors. ln the contest for poems. lirnestine Clendenen, a Sophomore, took first place, while Maylselle Spinney. a Senior, second. Th -se who won prizes are to be congratulated on their excellent work and all tthers who submitted their work, although they did not receive prizes are to he given honorable mention. The lfnglish Department is one of the most important departments of a high school. In order to graduate, the studeixt must have at least three years of lfnglish work. This work teaches the student to become fam-iliarized with our language and its value which is necessary for anyone, whether a student in school or one who is engaged in any occupation. livery student in the English Department is to be congratulated on the will- ingness of the classes to cooperate during the past year. -Q 4 Q -0 4 Enmvztir Srirnrr aah Enmeziir Art The girls in the cooking class have taken up the study of calories and prop- er diets, This is a very popular class, probably due to the fact that the "short- est way to a man's heart is through his stomach." The class was divided and the girls took turns in planning and serving din- ners, lnncheons, and breakfasts. In this way the girls learned the ways in serv- ing and in acting the part of the hostess. livery girl takes a great pride in her clothes and by taking the Course in llomestic Art she may have many advantages. Many attractive dresses, hats, and lingerie have been made by the girls in this department. During the early part of the year the girls were given the opportunity of exhibiting their garments at the County Fair in Ferndale. Miss lsfnipp has done much to make a success of the classes and the girls are very proud of their record. 4 0 4 6 9 Elie Srirnre Brpartment t ln the Science llepartment, four different classes are included: Chemistry, general science, biology, and physics. The general science class is composed mostly of Freshmen who desire to get a better understanding of a science before entering upon more practical phases, such as the study of chemisry. This class is instructed by Miss Fridell. The biology class, also. under Miss Fridell's instruction, is a very interest- ing course, probably the most interesting for practical work is taught. Chemistry is one of the most difficult sciences included in the departnuent. Many experimients are worked out and the students all feel as if they have ac- complished something after taking this course. Miss Goldthwaite is in charge of this class: The physics class, with Mr. Searcy as instructor, has a much larger enroll- ment this year than ever before. A field trip was taken to the weather bureau in Eureka during the early part of the year and proved both instructive and en- joyable. Page Seventy-seven Art Brpartmvnt The Art Department has rendered a great deal of support to the school dur- ing the school year nineteen twenty-four and twenty-five. Miss Stanley has given wonderful training to the students and we feel very proud of their suc- cess. Une of the main features of the advanced year art class was the study of the human body. By studying this. the class gained the knawledge of creative designing. The first year students have designed many very clever motiffs with fruit and birds as features. A contest was held for the best designs for the Megaphone. The first prize was won by Evelyn Vlfillsie while Clarence Clarke received second place. lioth Miss VVillsie and Mr. Clarke are to be congratulated on their excellent work. while the others who submitted are to receive honorable mention. The Art Class also responded to the call for advertisements and scenery tor the school's annual play. The Art Department has successfully cooperated with the other departments of tl1e school and they are to be thanked for their cooperation. 00-00-0 Glgping Brpartmrnt The Typing Department has been of great value to the school and the suc- cess and cooperation of this class with various other departments is due to the careful and thorough instructions given by Mrs. Clarke. This department will send representatives to Arcata for the annual typing contest, held in May. As the Megaphone goes to press before that time it was impossible to name the candidates. Medals and certificates have been won by members of the class for accuracy and speed. The machines used in the Typing Department are: Smith. Underwood. Royal. and Remington. The Typing Department and their instructor, Mrs. Clarke, are to be con- gratulated on their excellent work. The Megaphone Staff is particularly grateful to Mrs. Clarke. Lois Nvhite. and others for their capable work in typing all manuscript for the printer, l'rac- tical work is also taught here and the students learn how to write business letters and other business methods of procedure. Q3 82 lr-wi Qjlylg el Page Seventy-eight E112 iiiatnrg Evpartmvnt The llistory Department is divided into three sections. Miss East, however, is the very efficient chief. Bliss Stanley has charge over the Ancient lflistory class. Reports and map work help to make this an interesting class for lower classmen. Medieval and modern European llistory. taught by Bliss East, is the second year work in history. This course takes in various European conditions and in- cludes the European side of the world war. NVeekly reports and maps are in- cluded in the work. United States llistory is one of the compulsory subjects and is usually taken by juniors and Seniors. Debates on various important topics help to make it an interesting course. Slap work and weekly reports are also included in the rou- tine of work by Miss East. Economics may also be included in the history work. lt is one of the most important subjects and it deals with various social problems of every day life. lt is an extremely profitable course as well as enjoyable, for one learns about the problems that confront our nation today. 4 9 9 9 9 Uhr illllatljematira Eepartmrntt The most important course included in this department is .'Xlg'ebra. l'pon this subject all other mathematical problems are based. Bliss Goldthwaite gives her students excellent training' on these problems. l Miss Fridell has charge of the Geometry classes. This is also a very im- portant subject for students who wish to gain further knowledge of mathemat- ics. The mathematics department is an important one in a higjh school, and the stutlents are eager to take advantage of this course as everyone realizes its value. Klr. Searcy is at the head of the work. O 4 4 -O Q' Autn illllrrhanirz The .-Xuto Mt-chanic's Department is one of the youngest departments in the school. lt was organized last year and has steadily increased since its organiza- tion. Nlr. Milligan, an instructor of this class, has made the work very instruc- tive and interesting, and this may be the reason for every boy's desire to be in the class. . .-X small sum charged for the over-hauling of various cars lmelongfugg to interested people of the district. the money in turn going' to the department for the purchase of tools. This work has proved very satisfactory and the own- ers of the cars have been very much pleased with the work of the department. The new machanics building has modern mfachinery and the shop is one of the best to be found in llumboldt County. 4' 4 9 'O O Manual Elraining The Manual Training' course is a very practical and profitable one. The boys in the wood-working classes learn to make useful furniture which they may sell or keep for themselves. ' The boys are taught practical methods and they also learn how to become skillful with hand tools. In the shop, electrical machinery has been installed. which may be used after the student becomes skilled with the hand tools. At the County Fair, held in Ferndale, in September, the department had a wonderful exhibit. A beautiful table and bed were on exhibition and great praise was given to the boys for their wonderful work and training. Several of our exhibitions won first prize. Page Seventy-nine ,, N' it ' if f 2 ff 1 W Q - fi P1 Back Row-Clough, Milligan. L. Myers, F. Myers, Thompson, Matheson, Langlois, Grinsell, Monroe. Artforcl, Goble. F1-ont Nov.'f-Yaii Iluzer. Haapala, XVoodcock, Morris, ltryant. XX'lnte. johnson, lngraham. Agrirnltural Glnurne The .Xgricultural Course has been in our high school for four years and it has proved very satisfactory. This course taught in the school is subject to the Smith-l lughes ,Xct. lt is known as vocational agriculture and the subject matter is so selected that as little superfluous material as possible is given. To make the work as practical as possible, a home project is required of each student. The size of this is determined more or less by the conditions surrounding the student at home. his own personal desires and his manageral ability and strength, 'l'he boys have taken such things as the raising of crops. such as potatoes. and they also have gone into the poultry raising business. VYhether large or small. the home project offers the basis for the attainment of mluch valuable experience along business lines and practice in many farm skills. The farm science work at school. while using the home project as a "hub," does not confine itself to the narrow limits of its field alone. llowever. the course does not include much but what is applicable to local conditions and the best farm practices used by the most successful farmers and dairymen in this country are taken as a foundation for the instruction given to the boys. The complete course includes b-esides three years of farm science four years of shop work, economics, English, history, and mathematics. XYith such a course the farm boy is not only better fitted to cope with the problems of the farm or dairy-raitch, but he should also have 'acquired some inspiration and a desire for those things that go toward making country life the best there is and further- more, he has completed a course that permits his entering college, should he so desire. .X poultry show was conducted last fall and each boy cooperated with the poultrymen in the exhibition of their chickens. Another interesting feature is the pure bred cattle ownership. Many of the boys. who are members of the Calf Club won prizes at the county fair at Ferndale. In the Lamb Club, llarriet XVat- son won first prize. All these things prove how practical the course is. Mr. Goble is at the head of this work in the school as well as an active worker in the local Farm Center. Page Eighty ight rhnnl ln the interest of creating better citizens and giving people who have had no educational advantages a better knowledge and chance. Mr. l!adura's plan for a night-schcol was realized. The night-school was organized shortly after Christmas: Mr. lladura having charge of the bookkeeping and typing classes while Mr. lloffman took charge of the English class. Classes are held four nights a week. ln the bookkeeping classes are various people who wish to make the most of their time in order to know shorter and better methods for higher positions. The typing class is a very large one. all the machines being in use on the evening the instructions are given. ln this class are many people, who 'wish to take typing as they did not take it while in school, thinking they would never have use for it. The English Class is composed mostly of foreigners who wish to learn our language. This is the first year that night school work has been a success. The people of the town and also many of the students. who had no spare time to take either bookkeeping or typing in school are taking advantage of this opportunity. The bookkeeping course is a particularly interesting one. A year's work is covered in five months and everything is taught in the most modern and efficient manner. No text hooks are used in this course. All the work is based upon short prob- lems illustrating fundamental principles. llefore the end of the course some work will also be offered on the adding machine and on filing svstems. I5 h - Another feature in night-school work is the music class conducted by Mr. Watkins on Monday evenings. This class is composed of people, many of whom are not in school but who wish to learn to sing. About thirty people are actively engaged. lluringthe Christmas holidays a lovely Cantata, "The King of Kings," was presented by the Choral Clubers. Among the soloists at this affair were tlorden R. Legg 'Oo and Bliss Marie East '15. This work is being enthusiastic- ally received. by the people of this vicinity and Mr. lladura, Mrf VVatkins and Mr. lloffman are to be commended for their good work. illanguagvz The Language Department is composed of Latin, French, and Spanish. The Latin Department is composed of the first and second years work in Latin. These two classes are under the instruction of Miss Courtright. This department has proved to he a great value to the English Department in training students to know and appreciate the English Language. About thirty students are in Latin l class and about ten in Latin Il. The Spanish Department offers two years work. These classes are instructed by Bliss Heggie. This is a very instructive and en- joyable course tn students who desire to obtain positions where this language is in everyday use. Conversations as well as Spanish books make the work. under Miss lleggie, very interesting. The first and second years work in French are included in the work of the French Department. Miss Heggie is the capable supervisor over this work and she makes the course very interesting for her pu- pils. s, I1 W ,531 y Lggi ,ix 1-5 QE., U iM',,f'ig2 Page Eighty-one Sta11rli11g-Griusell, Ewan. Corneggio. Crawfarcl, Giaeomoni, He11clriekso11. Clarke. lAJZCllSliy, De lleni. CZll'lS0ll. lleaher. Glines. XYatki11s. Iloren, .X11sti11. llogan. Yerner, Arinstrong. La11gi11. Gill. Ely. lQllCCllllg-C21l'lS0ll, Rehzlelc. .Xrforrl, Roelme. lloeili. Xillll lJllZC1'. Ihr ifianh anh Mrrheztra lt was llllllL'l' Mr. XV11tki11s' capable lllSll'llCtlUllS that the flI'CllL'SlI'2l has Q'lllllk'll its high Slilllflllfil. Mr. Xvllflilllfi has hee11 with 11s for two years lllltl it w11s his 111111 to bring' the tJl'CllCSll'2l to Z1 higher st11111l11r1l than ever hefore. lle also or- ganizecl the haml cluriug' the last year. 'llhe Orchestra presenleml Zl 11111sic11l CIllL'l'l2lllllllClll i11 lf:lll'Cli2l llllflllg' the Cllll- tests helrl there for the Zlllllllill 17l"Ug'l'2ll1l. lt was here that l'4ll'tllll2l.S 0l'CllCSll'll was given lJTZllSCXYUI'lIlly 111e11tio11. The music for the Seiots CllfUl't2lllllllClll 111 lfureka. w11s 11lso l:lll'lllSllCfl hy tl1e local tooters. This year Z1 xylopl1o11e has lJCCll arlcleml and the soft 11111sie certainly a1l1ls to the whole Z1 more lllCZlSlIlg' Zlll1lUS1ll'l6l'C. Mr. XYatlci11s 111111 .Xrthur lloeili are hoth very eapahle players of this i11str11111e11t. 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CECIL CllQlNSlfl.l. Lucy ,,,,,,,,.., ,.,,,,,,,,, P 1,9-Ili SODIQRNLXN llenry ..,,.i,,,,,,. .i,.,...........i,, XYll,l,l.'XKl DUNN .lessie ..,..,,,,,,, ,,e,,......... ,......ii, C l ,.XlRlf liR.XL'SliOPl7 Klrs. llarwoorl ....,.,,,,,,... ,,,,....,.,,, i,,............, l Q OlllfR'll.X NlLlfS Kit. llarwoorl .,,.... .. i,,,,..,........i........, ..,.....,,..... C ,J'll'llU I lt 7l,Kl.'XN 9 0 4 0 9 .Uuninr lirngram Un December 18th the juniors presented their prograni, tot the Stnrlent llofly in the lligh School Gymnasinmq lhe program eonslstecl of two one-act plays. My l.orml in Livery, anrl "The Fatal Letter." lioth of these showed very good talent in the -lnnior class. The latter was written "spee1ally" for the junior class, by Miss llrealye of Los .eXng'eles. who is a frienrl of the class president. Miss liast capably coachetl both of the plays. O-640+ The cast for the play was as follows: "Mg illnrh in Zlliuergn Lord Thirhnere ,,,,,......,,,,.., Cl.lF'll0N Qpifrffot IIRANSTETTER , be .......,......,.........., ,.....,.....,.... l TOXVARIJ DIOIINSTUN llopkins .,,..,.....,.,,t,,.,,,.. ,.,,,,,,t,,..,.,..,,,,,,,,.,,,, C SRANT MENU Robert .,t,,... .,,,.......,. l 'RENPNSS KLKSS Sybil... ..... ...........t., R lvlllrl KHRJRRISON Rose ....,..,,, . ,..,.,..... FRANCTQS lf.XRl.Y Lanra .,.,,, .,.....t...,.. l .lLl,l.XN ll-XKUT Page Eighty-four , g- Gallagher. lily, llrown, Conrtright. llrown. XYhite. llronson, Fleming, t'r:iwfor1l. Mlams. lloron, .Xnstin. Malloy. l'errott. "Ellie iflteiuurnzttinn nf Aunt arg" tituhrnt Bang ltllagl Un the ninth of lbeeomher in the lliifh SChtrul tlvmnasinm, the stutlent hoilv 7 1 q ' bi I-K ' ' 1 ' play was presontoil. lho committee hail ohosen " lhe Rejuvenation ut .Xnnt Marv" hv .Xnno XYarnor. The prooootls uf this play always go into the stnmlont howhi fnnml. l'laoos on the east are opon to any memher of the stuclent hotly who is in giumtl stantling. The east was piekoml after fonr clays of tryouts. This play oonters aronncl .Xnnt Klary, 'l'holma lfloming. a spinster, and hor ploasnro loving' hnt lovahlo nephew, -lack Denham, llorhort lloron. Tho first act is at .Ximt Klary's farm whore -Ioshna. XYilliam llrown. anml l.neincla, llonlah White, servo hreakfast to a vory ravonons, rain-tlronohocl qnartctto of 'laok's friontls from Now York. .laok is "snspontloml" this time and as .Xnnt Mary has always saiil she wonlfl over-look anything' fromi him as long as he clifhrt wrong' a woman, shc forgives him. iknnt Nlary shows her generosity hy aicling' llaisy Nlnllons, .Xlioe Ilrown. Klr. Stehhins, .lamos .-Xnstin, .Xnnt Klary's lawyor, hrings tiflings that .lack is ehargoml with hroaeh-1mf-promise hy a young' lady from Kala- mazoo, Dorothy Malloy. ,-Xtmt Mary mlisinherits him. 'l'ho seoonml aet is in New York whore Alaek goes to live with a frientl imtil matters are eloarotl np and he can go haek to live with his annt. 'llhis frienil, llnrnott, llonry l'errott has a sister, llotty, .Xlioo .Xclams, who blaok is in love with However. she will not aeeept him until he has oloarerl himself anal has provotl that he can he a man. 'llho fellows, Klitoholl. llorhort Crawfortl, :mtl C'lovot', I.loy1l llronson, plan a hirthtlay party for llotty hnt fintl that it is all ar- ranged for .Ximt Nlary, hooanse sho eomes to New York to seo -lack. .Ximt Klary thinks that this party was plamiofl for her anrl sho is very mneh flattoreml, in faet sho ovon forgives 'lack :mtl tells him, ho can como home. lamos, ltflwyn tlallagli- or, ancl lfva, the mairl, Louise lily, prove quite oapahlo servants. ln tho thirrl aet, which takes place at .Xunt Klary's, wo finrl ,Xnnt Nlary so thrilloal with her trip lu New York that sho asks llotty to como :mtl live with her tu liven things up a hit. ln tho moantimo .laok has a gootl joh :mil has straighten- ofl np oonsiclorahly. Page Eighty-five Svtenngraphir Plugs Un February 6, at a Student llody meeting, the Stenographic Class sur- prised the school by giving two very clever little plays. This is the first time that class has attempted anything like this. However, their efforts were justi- fied through much praise, and we only hope that the Stenography class of next year and the following years will keep up the good work. Mrs. Clarke capably coached the plays. ilunim' lirngram On the evening of April third, the juniors presented a very pleasing pro- gram ffor the publicj in the High School Gymnasium, This was the juniors' big event of the year and we may well say that they put it over successfully. The program consisted of three short plays, "Mannikin and Minnikinj' and "VVhere but in America F" The play, "My Lord in Livery," which had been pre- sented before the Student llody in December and was put on with much success, was repeated here with as much or more success. Several vaudeville numbers were presented which delighted the audience. Prologue ......................................................,........,..........,,,.........,.............................,,..........................................,. Miss East "Then You'll Remember Mef' QVocal Soloj tAccompanied by Louise Ely. Violin obligatol. Play: "Nlannikin and Minnikinf' .. ..................,....,. lly Alfred Kremborg Mannikin ............................. ......... li llmer Conner Minnikin ...........,..................,......................................,.,...... Mary Rowley Clever Kid Song ....,.,.,,...................,...,.....,................................,......,......,....,..........,........... Clifton Branstetter "She Has a Awful Case on Me" Play: "XVhere llut in America" .....,.....,.....................................,.......,.....,,,.............., By Oscar VVolff Mrs. Espenhayne ....... ........... B flargaret Grinsell Bob Espenhayne .......... .......,.............. G rant Meng Hilda ...........................,..............,........ ..... .,..........,. X ' aletta Stockton Burlesque Dance .....,..........................................,........,.......................,............................,............ Grace Snodgrass Songs: "Moonlight and Roses," "l Vlfonder Where Sally Is" lly Louise Ely, Evelyn Spaulding, Phyllis Roberts, Mable Hoffman, Olga Hoffman. Lillian lialdry, Helen Wise, Grace Snodgrass, Gladys Garcelon, Helen Barlow, Evelyn VVillsie. Ruth Morrison. Zlirwhman Hrngram On the afternoon of April 17, in the High School Gymnasium, the Freshmen presented their program before the Student Rody. Their choice, a one-act play. was "Advertising for a Husband." This was a very clever little comedy and was neatly put on by the class. Much credit is due to the Freshmen for their first appearance on the stage. The Cast: Tom Trusk ......,.......... ..........., IX laxwell Dudley Colonel llackup ........ ......,..... . lames lfleacom XVallie Wfatkins ........., ........ 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Page Eighty-seven 1 U D U0 G f ..5. o ,oo anno ooo mt'l,Q5 me U tv we llllllllll mtlllllll t "'. ..lNW """' W W "" W vVmWWmYWmtWWmm Svrninr Banu, X large emnpany gatherecl at the gyinnasitnn tri participate in the SL-nip: rlanee on the night of Nuvetuher 26. 'l'he cleeorations were balloons anfl serpen- tine arranged in roof effect. with the halloons lianging' in hunehes while the ser- pentine was rlraperl in colorful cliswrcler from the ceiling. The music was fur- nished hy llughes' Orchestra anrl rlaneing was enjoyerl until twelve ffeloek. Ile- lieiuus refreslnnents were servefl consisting of puneh anrl eoukies. Klueh ereulit is clue the Seniors for the sueeess of this rlanee. Svuphnmnrr mall The Stmplimnores gave us sonietlting' novel as well as original at their mlanee on lfehruary 13. Everyone eante in faney eostinue. Ruhy lletger, rlresserl as a little newshoy. ancl Klaellougal ,-Xi'i11st1'mig, as a page. were ehrxsen as the ht-Qt flressecl and were eaeh awarclecl a hox of eantly in the shape of a rerl heart. The color seheui-e was in keeping with X'alentiue's Day. The Ceiling was a floating mass of reel and white streamers from whieh were suspenclecl reml hearts. Splenclirl nlusie was furnishecl hy llughes Orchestra until tnirlnight. 'l'he Samplin- tnores were niueh praiseml fur their effort ancl we hope they will lceep up the gnufl work of furnishing us with novel entertainment. AXA Ni is S-DK '4"L,,.- fi'- 13 QR! X .U-" 1' ! i. ' .C F Q Page Eighty-eight Zllrwltmrn ilivrwtinn The first social event of the year took place September Sth in the lligh School Gymnasium. The Freshmen, arrayed in comical attire by the upper class- men, were marched around the gymnasium in a parade headed by Maxine Yan lluzer who wheeled a baby cart. After two critical operations were performed on the Freshmen every one responded to the inviting music of Lee's Merrymak- ers. liveryone seemed to enjoy the evening thoroughly and the Freshmen proved themselves to be the sort of good sports that we are glad to receive into our Fortuna lligh. p j p 0 9 0 4 Mir 5' Ei Tin 5 I gh J k The girls "put one over" on the boys one night when they secretly gath- ered at the gymnasium for an evening's frolic. - Every one came dressed in some outlandish outfit. then carried out iu her conduct the spirit suggested by her costume. A number of jolly games were played, after which the girls spent the rest of the evening in dancing. Some of the boys. hearing a few stray whispers, and unable to curb their curiosity, came early and entrenched themselves behind the seats in the balcony to watch the fun of the girls. What they saw convinced them, they later declared, that they had, by mistake, got into a nursery. llut the girls, disregarding mascu- line eyes and envy, went on with their revclry until forbidden hours compelled them to adjourn. After taking some delicious refreshments, the company hap- pily weary, turned homeward to enjoy the rest of pleasant dreams. 0 9 4 O Svtaif i8til'lnm'vn Hang The Megaphone Staff was delightfully entertained by its Editor-in-Chief. Lillian Ross. at a llallowc'en l'arty on October Sl. The evening passed delight- fully with story telling, games, music and danciwg. .Xbout twelve o'clock refresh- ments of pumpkin pie and cider were served. The jollificati-on was nmch eu- joyed by the staff members. 4 O 9 9 Illrvahmen Ellrnlir The lireshnien held their animal 'ball on April 2-l, 1925. The gymnasium was decorated in red and white, the class colors. The class orchestra furnished the music and dancing was enjoyed until 12 o'clock. Light refreshments were -.erved and a jolly time enjoyed by all. The Freshmen have proved themselves royal entertainers and we hope they keep up the good work. ' 4 0 4 'O .Uuniur Ball Iuniors and Seniors are patiently waiting the junior-Senior llanquet and llalliwhich is to be given on Saturday evening, May 16, 1925. lt has always been the custom of the school for the juniors to entertain the Seniors before their departure from high school. Much time and thought has been spent on this affair but as yet no definite plans are set. The gymnasium will be attractively decorated in green and white, the Senior colors. The best music possible will he secured as we all want to give the Seniors a ball and banquet well worth remem- bering. The juniors are noted for their originality and cleverness and the S011- iors are anxiously awaiting the entertainment. Page Eighty-nine i f X ' I K y , m a m a iit tat int ' V VI. iv, 'I 4 M l A 1 P 3 Q V 4 init ""lfl1l. . 1 - - . , 1"'lh. .. YA M i up :Ill Ip -llmw, ,ul W. .Ill ll f 1qI'r -imp Imp ll Ill ll 'yr 'll ll: ill up -,mp 'III Allllhe s 1 1- ' Uhr illllillrnninm .X Senior sat in a reverie, ,X verdant Freshie upon his knee. She roused him with a question, keen "Senior. what does millennium mean? "XYhy, that." said he as he fondled a curl. "ls hard to explain to a Freshman girl." "ln the millennium, mv dear, students all will agree, .-Xnd forever from quarrels and dissentions he free. Then all will he happy, the great and the small ,Xnd students not punished hy teachers, so tall. llut many a day shall have to come and passed liefore this time shall he reached at last." "And all these changes, what might they he? Anxiously inquired the little Freshie. "VVell listen, my ehild, and l'll try to relate A few of the changes hoth trifling and great, 'llhat we or our children surely shall see liefore the millennium ever will he. "VVhen all people tell not even one lie. .Xnd when llud Sehueler stops heing shy, XVhen the fellows quit using the cigarette And the Sophomore elass gets out of deht. When Shortest Morris is no more wee, Not 'till theh will the millennium he. "XYhen Otto llolmanishoots a goal, And -Iakie gets on the Ilonor Roll Vlihen not one student gets a four, A three and a five and nothing more. XYhen l'at Fleming stops saying "Gee' Then my ehild will the millennium he. "XYhen Moy Milligan gets fat And Robert Damon wears a hat, L XYhen Professor Hoffman huys a wig J .Xnd Miss East is seen to dance a XYhen all these changes strange we see, Then my ehild will the millennium he. Page Ninety NVhen one of Miss lfast's exams. is done. And when Miss lieggie gives a one. When little Miss Courtright grows up tall, .Xnd Mr. Carter is seen in the hall, VVhen Miss McKern can't catch one flea, Not 'til then will the millennium be. "VVhen Mrs. Clarke carries out a threat And Charles L. Searcy wins a set. VVhen Farmer Goble takes a rest And Miss Godlthwaite omits a test. And Miss Fridell pities poor me. Then my child. will the millennium be."' "VVhen Miss Snider doesn't say. 'sit still.' .Xnd Miss Stanley lets us daub at will, When Miss Knipps doesn't make us sew straight And Mr. lladnra, for papers. will wait When for Watkins we don't have to sing do, ra, me. Then my child will the millennium be." "lint Senior," then the Freshie cried As she nestled closer to his side. "l low long think you that it will be llefore these changes shall we see ?" Then sadly he said to the little lass "I don't think they'll ever come to pass." EMI LY VVOODCOC K '25 Miss Goldthwaite in English l: "VVhat is the tense of this sentence, "I am beautiful ?" tVl'ee voice in back roomlx "Past," We always laugh at teacher's jokes No matter what they be: N-ot because they're funny ones llut because it's policy. Mis'Snider: fin English Il "Class roll. please." Miss Stanley: tin llistory IJ "When did the Revival of Learning take place ?" Merlyn Ammer: "Just before the examination." . Miss Goldwaite: texplaining CFJ Chemistryl "Surphnsic acid is used as an oxidizing agent on page 75 and sulphuric acid is manufactured on page 76." 1st Shiek: Ci-Xlias. Grantl "Gee, I get a kick, everytime I kiss Jessie." 2nd Shiek: t.Xlias, Richmondj "Kick? She never objects to mine." Theresa G: "'I just love little brown spiders." Virgil W: "Goshl I wish I was a spider." llarold Cox says his "chevey" goes so fast that the telegraph poles look like zu picket fence. ' Miss Courtright: Cin English lY.l "You boys are like silly. giggling girls. You're more silly than girls. they usually have something to giggle about." Page N inety-one Ahuvrtinvmvnta Af- SB Qbcv f' x D?Q' ft--v:f .'ff,'i ' 'LQXYIIW' ' 1-i-ff,---. . 21.2 -:Ei -If 1 g?g5aQ.,'.s::...- . -3, 5 -.. -- - . g' 5f 'y- iff .,Q.qfQ 45' 3 -2 "iffy A? P1 - S544-A yg, . , gg- 4, w.,,,, x -. '- 32,31 Q. 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RI I IXI I I l.IXI'b UI' lfUUIXXI'.XIx NDR NII'.X XXII LlIlI.l I I',X SITII KLXKIQS .XS STAR IIILXNID, II.XXlII.'I'UN IIROXYN .XXIJ XY,XI.Ii-UX'IiIx SI IUICS U JM l'I.Ii'I'I" LINIQS UI? NIICXS' IfL'IQNISIlIXllS z1mIL'I,U'I'IlIXIZ -XXI' QIIIIIYZIIIICQ' :1 Ilollzlrs wurtlx of sn-rvicu with cvcrv mlnllurs xx'm'1I1 of l11L'l The IVIQIQHH CO. I4 INTL XX, C.Xl.I I4 BRN I.X XYf1rIfI's SIN rtcst Stvry--"Ih'z1l'csl XII thcr: 'lxhzmks for thu- czu't1m ul' Gig: cm-s. 'I'I1c cig'zu'cttc I smokcfl I cnjuycml very murlm. Your Iuving sun, lIc1'I:vx'l SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS il. S0 1 ..-l ' "' 1 Jiurw' ,:..4- ""k" ,HW y I ' .MM c',xs'r 1cN.x KIICI. L I ,Q f.'.f3Im,III I s'1'QyIf5 .XXII wmsnun-zu 'mv I3IR,Xy I ww-1-.S .ww ulzlix' me 1:l.Lv1c , Ie "3QI"I'I"'3U WVVI' 'rm-1 xlusw' nl-:IxL:- If 'W , IfAWf9"3- WIIW 'l'll-'LII' AND Iggy- If?'1A3.1, 1,H "" J' IFIRIC IHJXICS. Nqyxllgjylu V at .XSIQ AIIULVI' 'I'llli N g- V Q I s1'lf:cl,x1. cmvlcx SI'Iil'I,XI. 1-'l-2.x I M' I . 0 I I-'1-1.x'rL'Rli. '1'l'lcl-is IN nv. ,I gglg l'l' INSURICS XIUIJI-ILS. FI 1 ,- l'I"RI"I"C'I' II xlumz M Wm I, . , I I . wwf aL--- TN I 'TIME' -W S120 00 375.00 L. L. BRYA FORTUNA CO. 3140.00 PLUMBING Page Ninety-five Viiiiiiiiii lT IS TH Ii ,XNIIHTION Ulf STUDICNTS TU .-XT'I'.XIN 100 PICRCICXT IN SCIIOI..-XRSHIP. IT IS OUR .XM- IKITION TO KI.XlN'l'AXlN H10 PERCENT PIQRFEC- TION IN Tlll-I MAXNl7l".'XC'1'URING Ol" Qefaneyjs afzdies IJICIUXNHY 81 YOUNG l':lH'Ck1l, Cnlifornizl Ziiiiiiiii Ilmlugy Tczzclwr: "Why is El g'il'2lff'S neck so lnmq?" S mart Stuclcut: hllccausc its hczul is such zu long way frmn its l1mIy." THE TRADE MARK THAT REPRESENTS MODERN IPPIHIUTUGRAIPPHY NURMAN QUUKE EUREKA, CAL. I WISH TO THANK ALL STUDENTS FOR THEIR ASSIS- TANCE IN PRODUCING THE PHOTOS FOR THE 1925 ANNUAL. Page Ninety-six Park Service Station t1.XS.Ull.S .XXIJ .XCCICSSUIQIICS lltlfllllllfll Sll.X'lfR'l'iJXX'X CORD 'l'llll'fS STAR CXR XYl'l'll 3lll.l.lUN lJUl.l..Xll NICJTUIQ A. W. Goble, Proprietor lloctor: "l'll cxzuninc yutl for fifteen mlollzu's." llmvurfl -lolmston: ".Xll right, Doc, :mel if you fiml it. wt-'ll split fifty-fiftx Vacation Months COME AS A WELCOME DIVERSION AFTER THE TERM OF SCHOOL STUDYING AND SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, VACATION CALLS FOR MANY THINGS NOT NEEDED DURING SCHOOL YEAR AND WHETHER YOU INTEND TO ork - Rest - Travel - or - Play WE ARE ABLE TO FURNISH YOU WITH THE PROPER TOGS AND FURNISHINGS. Materials Trunks and Suit Cases for Swimming Suits Khaki or Corduroy Breeches Afternoon Swimming Caps Dark or Light Soft Shirts Evening Khaki Shirts and Middies Straw Hats or Khaki Trousers and Hats Coveralls and Overalls Morning Knickers Gloves and Sweaters Fmcks Outing Shoes and Oxfords Frieclenloacli Bros. Established I 895 al W eeeeee ee ' "4'- fi? s T35 f The Shopping Center of All Humboldt H30 years of Sreaier Wrzfuo-.912u'ny" Fourth St. at F Eureka. Calif. llczlrfl in l'iuIog'y 11101112 m Celt: "SI1uQks! lm z"z' ' ' H" ' ' ' ft Ill ml wt 1l.lIlNLl--I vc gmt muc lives." Frog: "'l'l1z1t's urmtlmiug'-I Cl'H2lIi cvc-rx' Ilifflll " . 5 ' SCOTIAle Wi-n -ma Theatre If 4,13-.2-'3 '91 fist' 'Ps Ill-' A - jj sf-'L---11-'--a - a s122SE5'a1':' wr: F! 'f5Sf':g:- 'fir . 6 V31 X4 C. Regular .Ylzows Saturday Sunday Tuesday Thursday Evenings- ' 9 At Seven-Thirty Doors Open at Seven Page Ninety-eight 2 v-M, The Pacific Lumber Company's Redwood Nursery at Scotia, Calif. Greetings 3 In the Gllauu nf 1925 Redwood Sprouts and Seedlings 50 years old As you are progressing in your education we too move forward. You are going to take your place in the bursiness world or the university for further development, the same as we take our place in the forest. Like the young trees, many of you will succeed and others fail. As you live, grow and struggle for a place in the world, remember, wie too are doing the same. Your future fortune may depend on our success. Our survival depends upon your co-operation in REFORESTATION and FIRE PRE- VENTION, for we are the "GROWING TREES FOR GROWING CHILDREN" Educated in the Reforestation Nursery of The Pacific Lumber Company Scotia, California The Home of Redwood Page Ninety-nine In Eureka, CUaIues are so Genuine af -il I- O Merchandise of Merit Only O Maxine Yam lluzcr: "hola Ncgri is liussian, isn't she?" Cornelia XlcClosky: "l guess so. 'I hosc movw stars are all pretty fast .- WILL N. SPEEGLE Third and F Streets, Eureka EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN FROIVI HATS T0 SHOES Mr. llzulumz "lY0ll, he knows l'm usuzlllv out there with the -fvm . FS. Fortuna Welding Works SAVE YOUR BROKEN CASTINGS We Can Fix Them Phone 47 Fortuna,Calif. Page One Hundred O f f i c e r s VY. Bl. NELSON President ll. Ii. CRAXVRORD Vice President lf. P. MCKENZIIC Cashier j. Nl. Mcf.-XLI. .-Xsst. Fashier Directors VV. M. NELSON ll. E. CRAVVFORD li. li. YODER I". XY. BIQNDER E. P. lXlcKl2NZll? RGANIZED in 1910, the First National llank of Scotia has attained a re- inarkahle growth through its service to its clients and others in its territory. Today, with ample resources and increased facilities gained through a steady and satis- factory increase in assets and the increasing of our capital, this bank is prepared to give, in even Z1 larger degree, the same efficient and courteous service as in the past. We have every banking facil- ity and invite your account. The l:il'Si NGHOIWUI BURR of Scotia Member Federal Reserve .Fystem Capital ---- 860,000 Surplus and Profits 572,000 Page One Hundred One Buster rown Shoe Store R. L. HORNBROOK, Proprietor Good Shoes for the Whole Family 617 Fifth Street Eurek a, California lhnzu ggiftcr Il "umt"J: 'llamcliezl week-eml clriiik-ymi drink it 'llm-sclzxy mil the wcclc-ciimls illllllL'lll1llK'ly.H LOG CABI BAKERY ' Incorporated ' 7 'K I-Tr:',..,5gx l 5 . -, ARTHUR J. HUNTING, President and Manager it s 7 . - ....f.l.i. Our Employees are the Stockholders T e 1 e p h o n e s - Office41522 Store and Shipping-1523 E i1 r e k a, C a l , I cull my girl merlium because she never gives me 21 glrzst of ll sliow. i DEWINGFS BOOTERY 1. Greater Shoe Values in the Season's Choicest F O O T W E A R 890 5 3 5 1 .4" Fifth Street JP SHOE Eureka California lllurl in History lY: "So Vrcsirlcnt Klcliinlcy was clcctefl zmrl zisszissinatcil for the sccmlml l.llllL'.u The Toggery The Home of Bart, Svrhalfnrr 8: illilarx Sunil Gllnthw J. M. HUTCHESON Fifth andFSts. Eu reka, Calif. Page One Hundred Two .lil vw 'X' vb V X X ' X . AQ Q X0 X flfszkg ,XNXX OQQMQ-9 QXQw9X9 f X ' X OQQQCQO ff nf my W X X N XX 6,5Q6y6 R XQXXWQQXWQV ff Wf N7 3 Y Y Y 5 f8YsV8V X 'fy ,ff XX f'fb X 95 V 9 Q'fXX1XALfXX1.ff XV X .X ',X ,X X XV7 XMI' 'F QXQXQXX 'X AXQY XQV XQIX X .X XJ, XX X X X X X XXX X XX X f XX wi XM, X OX Y H JCMQMCX XX! XX! XZ! M490 SMOWQMQ NJNMNMM 9695Qg3 Q5Qg939 XM SX, XV: tj , , f A4A.A.A 1.111 Q , ertaln S aundl' fo r All Classes o f Laundry Work By Sanitary Methods Scotia, Cal. Page One Hundred Thrce l 1 ll ll r CRYSTAL rCf'SFf'?,r, A A The House of Courtesy 'l 1, ,zifkzgme We 523 Fourth St. Eureka,Cal. -4 lulmlrcrl llogzm 1 Slllllllllllyl : "My love Cilllllllt Inc cxplwssul i11 11'o1'1ls." Mable lf. lL'2lQ'Cl'l5'l 1 "Toll mc zilmout it." lVlrs. L. lVl. Smith Ferns, Palms, And , Cut Flowers and Azaleas Various Potted Plants Floral Pieces A Specialty Ferndale, California Going Some: llc put tlic rzulio umlcr his liecl :incl got llot Slirings. ROTERMUND'S FUR HOUSE Both Domestic and Alaska Imported Furs REMODELING WORK-OUR SPECIALTY Give Us a Trial "Quality and Service" Our 'Mlotto 521FStreet Eureka,Calif. Crow to Dunn: "What you l1a11gi11g onto that lamp post for 191111111 "lYell, so111elJorly has to stop it from waving Zll'Olll'lfl.l, Say It With Flowers Flofwers for 0411 Occasions The Eureka Floral Co. cPfzone 7 84 622 F St Eureka, Calif Page One Hundred Four ' READ 'll'lll'lllE Mumhnlht Svtanharh FlRST-- 5 WITH THE NEWS WITH THE PICTURES WITH THE PEOPLE l C Er EEEWE In omz PHoTooRAPH1c DEPARTMENT PRODUCES coivi- MERCIAL Pnoros, ENLARGEMENTS, HALFTONES AND LINE CUTS ON SHORT NOTICE. fllSlHlllL'l'f "lluw flu you sr-ll this llllllllll'g'Cl'?u llulm Newell: "l often xwmlcr myself. m:m':un." Kausen 8 Williams Hardware Co. Hardware, Stoves and Kitchen Furnishings Ferndale, Calif. fllSl4llIlCl'I "May l try lm lluwsc punts in llic xx'i111l.m'?' llill lirmvnz "Xml with ilu- Clll'lIllllS up," HUBERT'S STORE GROCERIES - - - DRY GOODS GUS HUBERT Carlotta, Calif. Page One Hundred Five C. H. WRIGHT at SON EWELERS Opposite Post Office-Eureka - Things New Things Staple WATCHMAKER and JEWELER Prompt Service High Grade Workmanship l.c-wie: "XYl1z1t is ll liyprocrilc, Cecil?" Cecil: 'KX follow who glues to sclinul with ll sniilc on Ins lncv. WHY NOT EAT AT THE-4 LIBERTY CAFE We Alwavs Serve the B est 211 FStreet Eureka,Ca1if. Miss linipps ITU sewing pupil I: "Yon l1:1vcn't cnt your neck ont yet." WHE.N IN- E U R E K A AND WANT DRUGS AND DRUG STORE THINGS CALL ON ATKINSON 8: WOODS Fifth Street at G ALSO KODAKS Dicl Maxine blush when ller stocking came clown at the clzuice?" "Well, I wasn't noticing." WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS OF MANY FAMOUS DICTIONARIES INCLUDING FUNK 8: WAGNALL'S NEW STANDARD DICTIONARY A Reference Work beyond Comparison with nearly 3000 pages and Definitions of 450,000 Terms. Every Home should own one of these books. C. O. LINCOLN CO. 615 Fifth St. Phone 76 Page One Hundred Six REO S A PLEASURE CARS 'Iii' wr - A SPEED wAcoNs SCHOOL BUSSES i FIRE APPARATUS Gold Standard of Mott? Car Va.ues and SER VICE REED 8 FANNING urth and C Sts. Phone 2100 Eureka, California Hundred Seven FORTUNA BAKERY "The Home of Exceptional Breads and Pastries" Special Attention Given to Lodges, Clubs, Banquets, Etc. Fortuna, California Kl111'l: "l l1:1ve itll iclc-uf' lflsic: "Ito gtml to it. lt's i11 Zl Sll'itllg'C place." HARRY PAUL Phone A CI0thingHouse 9 5 8 - J Corner E and Second Sts. Eureka, Caili. Lust: .X lllllllllillll pon lllilylllg' lmztslcctlmzlll. V Compliments of " " -5.5 Lftnnk nf'l urekn Mis rims l'lL'l'IltlZllL' Girl : "XX'l1:1t 21 l1cz111lit11l 111011111 you lulvc. lt Ullglll to lze llll It girl." blztlicz "lt is. its muclt as pwssilmlc-." I-IYDESVILLE GARAGE Gasoline, Oils Tires, Tubes, and GENERAL ,AUTO REPAIRING and Greases Accessories G. l-l. NELSON, Proprietor Hydesville, Calif. Page One Hundred Eight Carcelon's Candy Store Ice Cream Specials, Sundaes Sodas and Carbonated Drinks FRICSII l"iQL'I'lxS IN SICASUX L'.XXIDll'.b NIAXlJIi.X'l'1IOMli lil JXICS IYXCIQIQIJ 'HJ UKIJICR PHONE 56 FORTUNA, CALIF .Xmxc l5:1vill: "Xmx' what are Wm sls1ppi11q' fur?" llc: l ve lust mx' IlCIll'lllQ'5. .Xnncz "XXI-ll. nl llcnsl you an llligililll. Xl: st fn-lluws run nut of gas." -.f' THE STUMP HOUSE Rodney Blll'l1S Redwood Novelty CO. Eureka, California Page One Hundred Nine BRENNAN 8: GRAHAM lhe Store of Quality. Service and Right l'riees SILKS. DRY GOODS, l4.tXlJll2S. MIS?-ES 'mil ' . LIIILIJRIINS YYl'1.XR 413 Fifth Sl.. lietween li zmil F Sis. liurekzi, Calif. Bliss Goliltliwziite llX'ZllClllll"' hnsel ' zilw' " ' ' ' 5 mall gzunel: "ls11't he :i fine pitcher Ile .lys hits their hats, no matter where they himlil them." Kupprnhvimrr 65111111 Gllnihm .... Men's Up-to-Date Apparel ARCHIE CANE PA Eureka. Cal Lost: .Xu l2VL'l'Sll2ll'lJ pencil. lllezise turn into llmmly llrzmste HODGSON SERVICE TATIO J. D. HODSON GAS, OILS AN CRANKCASE SERVICE tter. D ACCESSORIES Broadway and Wabash Te'ephone 331 Eureka, California Bliss Kiiipps: "lf they :ire ezirefully clresseml. it is hzircl to tell :ui olrl hm 'om ai eliielfenf' Mens' ancl Boys' Shoes Motorcycle SHOE REPAIRING Pennsylvania Tires 8 X I D k ' Motorcycles Bicycles o 0 Radios Kodaks Fortuna - California Fortuna, Calif. Page One Hundred Ten Cotia eneral 0 s p i t a l Oven FP LH? Publlc All Light and Sunny Rooms C mplete X y Eq p t Two Modern Operating Roo Fully Equipped Maternity De partment We Solicit the Business of Sc and Surrounding Territory Scotia Hospital A s s 0 c i a t i 0 n Scotia, California RATES ON APPLICATION Open for lnspection at All Times OHddEl WHEN IN EUREKA LUNCHEON AT ..... BON BONIERE CANDY STORE 431 F STREET EUREKA, CAL. Clarence Clarke in linglisll ll: 'IX woman in Sun lfrzulcisco shot hor hus- llllltl tllruugli tllc door." COTTRELL MOULDI G MILL Manufacturers of' Sash, Doors, House, Store and Office Finishing, Moulding, Etc. Corner Broadway and Cedar Phone 464 Eureka, California Louis ll. in ling. IY: "The lDl'lS1lllCl'-S lmrczltll came in sllort punts." BOREN'S GROCERY JERUICE Everett lleglcstczulz "Well Al, how many goals clicl you shoot .Xl Malice: "l lllfllllf shoot any, thc lmzlll wont tllfflllgll tllc luwlcf' IBS A R N E S msn AND QMQRV ROHNERVILLE -- CALIFORNIA Page One Hundred Twelve FRANKLIN T. GEORGSON Nlciwlmci' .Xincriczui Instituto of ,Xrchitccts ARCHITECT Ilumlmlclt Stzmilzml Iluilcling Sixth :mil G Slrccts Iffiirckzi, Calif. I'Iioiic 395 BIutIicr: ".XnmI you Icisscml him!" .Xlicc .'X.: "Ycs, wlicn I wzuitcml In scream I coiilclift. :md when I wi1I4I I 1Ii1In't want tu." Ii. .X. I'.-XRIQS C. I". IHXIQ Parks Bros. General Merchandise 3 3 4' "SX 'ix I'I IUNIC -I3-If-2 .XI.'l't JN. C.XI.I IFURXI X Page One Hundred Thirteen l tl I :Ig tt If , f . ,Q CI tl I It In ' The M A Redwoods It II It It It has taken many thousands of years if it 6 to develop the great redwood forest ' ' . lil of Humboldt County, and for time to Q 6 come people from all parts of the M I 5 world will come to see these beautiful 0 It lt! ft I -1 I I tx 6 "Sentinels of Time." rf ' QIQ X f fl ' Q THE REDWOOD HIGHWAY X I X . . The Art of Punting V yt? pf like the great redwoodshhas taken many hundreds of years of time, thought and energy'on the part of man to bring it to its Q present state of perfection. This "Megaphone" is a sample of yt Q the printing clone by the Q I4 It 1 EUREKA PRINTING CO. I ,tx ya Q FOURTH AND c. STREETS If M ey f EUREKA - - - CALIFORNIA f ,xt Q: 4 6 tx ll 5: I4 , Q Yll kL...iL,,NQ ,.f, Q 3, , if I 1i,,QjQ3.3LQ,Qi3LlQQ1iL,..fiLQQfTlQ.liL,.lQq Page One Hundred Fourteen I. A. AMEN F. W. HEINBACI-l YANK' S SERVICE STATIO GA S A ND OILS TIRES, TUBES AND Accmssonms RIO DELL CALIFORNIA llill IJ.: "Something is preying' on Profs mimlf' Kilo: "Never mincl it'll rlie of starvation." Dllgli.. FRQSQ Complete House Furnishers XYIC lflilil. IT A COMPIJIXIICNT TO ISE PIZRMITTICD THE SPACE IN YOUR KIIEGAPIIONE -CHAS. DUCK Mary Rowley: Qin cookingl "XVell, if that isn't the grasslioppefs hair cut." V. Ao LOOK 'MWASTER PAINTER OF AUTOMOBILES 1569 BROADWAY, EUREKA, CALIFORNIA PHONE 3 3 1 Authorized Duco Refinisher Miss lrleggie has her Spanish students tell her about their lessons. The Si- lence is sometimes oppressive. EAST 8: SMITH ALL KINDS OF FRESH FEEDS AND SEEDS Foot of Second Street-By N. W. P. Depot Fortuna, California Phone 1 3 7 Page One Hundred Sixteen arlotta Store Complete Line of Dry Goods .AC Groceries LOGGERS CLOTHING A SPECIALTY HAY GRAIN--SEEDS Miss Snimlcri "Lista-11 111 1l1is sc-1111-11sc, ',ItIlkL' thc 0 xv out of thu ficlm XX'I1:1t 111oorl?" lzflllll Xlcng: "Tho cow." , AA f J THQ, E111'e:Ro 'HH and Di11i11g1 Doom l,1-jo l.1-21:1-2N1:111'x1, V1-11 Jrietm' ICMIL143 . Ivl-Zleslix, 31111111-"1-1' , 5 .llukv 'l'l1r llwlvl Cari! Your S1111 l'4VlIllt'iSl'U llumv H'!1v11 l'1'.viti11.q ,l11lt'1't' Page One Hundred Seventeen THE ONLY SERVICE STATION IN HUMBOLDT COUNTY- WITH THREE DRIVEWAYS, THREE AIR LINES, THREE CRANKCASE AND GREASE RACKS HIGHWAY SERVICE STATION FOURTH and B STREETS Rest Rooms Gas, Oil, Grease, Tires, Etc. RALPH HERRICK EUREKA, CALIF. XYocmmI Grinscll 1:11 Vlliniur Ilzmquctb 2 "I'm full up to my neck." .X Ilostcssz "Right, zmcl fmni your neck up you're 6111111511 0Un.. always get soon Foon, soon SERVICE and soon PRICES a t t h e GOLDEN GATE GRILL W, KIRK, Proprietor F Street Eureka, California Uvcrliezirrl in an ostv.-0pz1tI1 office: "XYI1icIi hurts most, to set or to lay?" Carlotta Garage HOWARD WHITNEY, Proprietor Good-Service-at-Reasonable-Prices CHEVROLET SALES and SERVICE GAS, OIL and GOODYEAR. TIRES Carlottagii--California Miss Ileggie III1 French cIz1ssI: ".tXnrI what nutirmzllity are you, Ellm-r?" Iflmer C.: "II:1If Irish, Ilzxlf Ifnglish, :md llalf ScutcI1." WE SELL AND SERVICE--ii CI1ancIIer -AC Cleveland at Chrysler al IVIaxweII PARTS ON HAND FOR ALL MODELS A. E. I-IERIVIANSON CO. Page One Hundred Eighteen . ..Y ,f,v , N144 Vi JOIN QCII Il XYITII NICJXIH II.-XLR ML ,XIMXX I I'.l'i I s s 4 I.li'I' VS I"lI.I. YOUR NICXT GIQUCICRY UIQIDICII Burgess 8: Burgess General Merchandise NIU IJIfI.I.. L'.XI.I I94 JRXIX Opal: If':'l'l1illAQ.v 1 'A 11:11 :nr nfl' ur-el Miss L'1mrtrig5I11 in Iifrgglisll IY: "Sfw1ne uf ylm people Ir In I II Ihr' lime." Q QUALITY ,PRINTING I I VRUNI llllz SIXII I.l.5l I I . . XYURIQ XX'I'I'II I1li.XL"I'II"l7I. L'U'I'S, .XI.I. IQIQVICIYI-I VXRIQ- I"l'I, .X'I"I'IiX'I'I1lX XX'I'I'II US. The Hrlumbnlgllrtu fIB5eeuenn I I'.HlIlllI-fill :I Ilisturx' IX' an vcr, "IIurgm'uc SllI'l'CIllICl'C1I :III Ins true is :ml . . I ilu-ir 1ll'l1lS.U ERNEST G. I-IAGIVIAN Ta lor TaiIoring EVERYTHING IN GENT'S WEAR Star Hotel Bldg. Fortuna, Calif. Page One Hundred Nineteen REESE 8: KING Specialty Shop LADIES DRESSES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, SWEATERS, NECKWEAR NOVELTIES, HOSIERY, ART GOODS Opposite Post Office Fortuna, California Miss East: "llow could this classroom he i1n,proved?" Lloyd Schueler: "lYe might have Z1 few couches." O., K0 BARBER SHOP Fortuna--------California Can you inizigine lfthel Gill with her hziir hohhcd U The New .... Fortuna Theatre COMFORTABLE SEATS ,,,,,,.M,,,,,,,,,,,, , GOOD PROJECTIONS BEST OF PICTURES OPEN EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT MONDAY Gertrude Flemming: "My baby niece swallowed one of my letters." ,Xune llzivittz "Thzit's all right, mush is good for children." The Loletai Garage J. M. EARLY Our Motto: "SPEED AND EFFICIENCY" BATTERY! WORK Loleta, California Page One Hundred Twenty Cyril Swett DRAYAGE-EXPRESS-BAGGAGE Phone 9-R Fo rtuna, California Klr. lX':1lki11s: lin niiisicl "lin you kium' '.X1111ic I.:1111'ic'?" 'llllL'llll2l l'AlCllllllgZ "No, not llCl'SUll2llly.U LIGHT LUNCHES OUR SPECIALTY CANDIES and ICE CREAM' Mlirs., Nl., E., Harding Prop, Next to Theatre Pepperwood, Calfornia l'illsw11rtl1 Klnrris: Urlilll' first llL""l'1lk'S wcrc lll'UlI"'lll licrc in 1830" 5 15 Pepperwoocl Garage D. KASHI, Proprietor CHEVROLET and STUDEBAKER SALES and SERVICE Gas. Oils, Tubes, Tires, and Accessories Telephone-Toll Station Pepperwood, Calif. Po 1. Searcy in l'l1ysics: "l xvunilcl lilic to luv 11111111111 XYllCll sonic of you ho I .,'1'11xx' 1111. l Willll to soc him' you uct. Humboldt Tailors of Fortuna GUS JOHNSON, Proprietor SUITS MADE ON THE PREMISES and up Cleaning and Pressing Phone 121 Fortuna, Calif. Page One Hundred Twenty-one Ceralcl L. Warthley GENERAL MERCHANDISE Shively, California FORTUNA GARAGE BUICK SALES and SERVICE EXIDE BATTERIES AJAX TIRES Lois XN'l1ite lI.iterary Iirlitor of Mega Jlizmclz "'I'l1z1t fellow Scrililmlcr sunt I in Il paper this morning' entitled "lYl1y clam I Live." Lillian Ross qIf.rl1tu1'-111-Lliicll: nxxllllll clicl you rlo with it?" Lois XVliite: "Returned it with an cnclxssccl slip saying, Ullccuusc yum ilcrl it instezul of lmringing' it personally." John T. Bealner GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dealer in FEED, GROCERIES. DRY GOODS, and SHOES Phone-Hydesville Central. Hydesville, Calif. FORTU A GRILL SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY O E. V. WILTSE FORTUNA, CAL. Page One Hundred Twenty-two L D H SH SC - ' ' INDS 0 S o t 1 a Proprietor P - California i PETER CARNEGGIE General Groceries SH IVELY1--f-PE PPE RWOOD Xliss l"rimlcll: 1111 Study hull lu "Ilona" Slxrccvcsb "Wlmt have xnur mmlthf ' . . H , .. Imzu, 111 Il wcnk vmvc: C-11111. Mies Frirlvllz "You knmv what to ilu wnlh 1t. ehnft ymlf' lluzn: "S11l'L', Cllcw il." SCOTIA GARAGE BUICK and DODGE CARS S H O P W O R K SCOTIA-- -f--i--CALIFORNIA J. H. BRENNER FORD CARS, TRUCKS and TRACTORS JOHN DEERE FARM IMPLEMENTS Ferndale, California Page One Hundred Twenty-three HARTLEXQisZinoRoCERY FANCY GROCERIES THE STORE THAT CARRIES PRETTY DISHES DAVE R. I-IARTLEY Proprietor Ferndale PHONE66 California Rohnerville Furniture Store COOPER 84 COOPER, Proprietors Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, Draperies Shades, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Pumps and Pipe, Paints and Oils. Rohnerville PHONE44-F'11 California Bliss Snider in junior linglish. seventh pcriml, hurl consimleruhlc lrfnilmlv lllillilllg her pupils say "put" instczul of "puttcn." rl hc tczlchcr haul lluclrly write Il sentence on thc lmlzlckhozml which contains-ml thc wnrcl "put," linclcly wrote Upntlenf' xY2lllCl' ll. was zlslcecl 11, correct this sentciicc, and hc saicl: "l lc went zinml pntten' puttcn' wlicn hc onglitzl pnten' put." EUREKA PHONE 171 2 wffuwf ff f X 1-i i' , 1 FORTUNA X PHONE 85 l'lere's Where Low Prices Keep Company With l-ligh Quality A. R. BECKER Page One Hundred Twenty-four Fortuna Advance T H E L E A D I N G Weekly Newspaper of Northern California "lx'lf.llI l'l' l"llf,SUl' IX 'l'lllf . IIN", l.YC'lf" Our Job Department Is the Best l"ortu11:t - ---- Lalitorntt Nlnrl: A'lJo you lmclicvc in mlrt-inns?" NIV. Nlilligzm: "Yes, until l mztrrictl one BOYS ...... IA ll lli lilvlfll llllli I.l Nlf I ll: Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle Fortuna Hardware 81 Plumbing Co. Fttflllllil. Cilllfflflllil Slifwty Klorris: "NX'crt- you cvcr liurt wliilc on thc lflcvcn?' Ilill Ihwnvn: "Nm only while tltc lzlcvcii was on mc." eo-QQQQQQQQQQQ-Q0-ceoQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ GEORGE R. LANE Real Estate lnsurance Notary Public Fortuna, California -ooooooQo0oooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Page One Hundred Twenty-five lilo ll'll,, BUHNE Q00 Sporting Goods Crockery and Glassware General Hardware Czirsaiii lllflgl li l' li li li .X 'lxhiffl N is SU- Sliorlx' liriggs lhus 1li'ix'ci'l: "Klzii'jol'ic, take that sent." Klzirjoric: "IIE no gizml. l sat there last iiiglitf' Lincoln F 01' flsvn CA RS TRUCKS TRACTORS BllQlElL,lL,ll-EFS GARAGE Fortuna, California I Sporting Goods 8 McNeil I Gent's Furnishings i 1 Packard Shoes F 0 T t u n a i Cigars and Tobacco C a 1 i f' 5 Milk Shakes A speciany liciiliyk surely a cool iiiim.hcr." "fools iio name for it. The only time l've ever semi him. turn reel was at iiilizitioii :mil then it wasift his face. FCJRTUNA MARKET QUALITY MEATS Wholesale and Retail PHONE za FORTUNA, CALIF Page One Hundred Twenty-six 4 , ,1! liQ11i !iQl'L il, Jl li ii, JPMQ, JL QIQQQ H Q, Al i! QLZQY !iLQiPLQ4iXQiiQZ!lXQ9!LQ4PX e4,.ieeY.-e--ee.e,md.-,eeWe,e-,.- Q 5 Q ---just the fine taste that eumes from unly the 3 richest milk, ezumeml :ls uuly experts ezm it. Q 0 he 2 --ef'c1fm1'afc'a', of COIIVNF Q 3 --sealed :mir tight tu reueli you in perfeet erm- 5 cliticm. Nothing but water removed- -f ,Q --mm 30 4 of lf. Q --nothing is zulclecl. Seven :md :1 half tea- 2-' spumis of butter-ful in ezneh 16 uunee ezm. Q 2 5 Q Q Q -'l'hv.w ure l'1'iIJUllS E 'Zx',l-V lllllll-V ffmplv 5 who m":'vr ln'for.' 3: :AI used K1 t'l!l!lIt'd mill: Q are using' and lik- Q ing- Q E Q 5 9 i E 5 E 0 E 0' 5: -1 Q 2 E " r C5 Wi -1' -..' vw -.- -,- -,- .,,- . . . - . . . , , . , , , , Y 'L' QENENJQ iimaimiFANrQIvQ15QN1imiiQiFENFQYEmiiEXiiZSiyQXiiEj15ZjqjfQXQ5QXqyLji 5'5'q5mqpm5f if Page One Hundred Twenty-seven Notley Bros. SCIVICC Statlon GAS .XNIJ CJII,S--TIRES, TVIZES and .XCCESSUNIICS i:1JI'tllll21, California When You Get Married .... l!L'Y YOVR FL'RNlTLvRl'1 .XT I-IANSEN-I-IU TER CO. 111411 School according to Sllzzkcspcarez Frcshmzm Year-.X Comedy of Ifrrors. Soplioinorc Year-Blucli .Xclu About Nothing. hluuior Year-.XS You Like lt. Senior Year-iXll's XYell That lfmls XYQII. "On ffm Kvcffuclnd H1'gl1'zvi1y" H. J. DOWNING al SON GRUCERIES - FRUITS - X'1iGl2'l'.Xl1l,liS CANDY - NUTS - CIG.-XRS l'l ICJNIZ 100-XY QL'AI.lTY :mel SICRYICIC B E N S O N ' S LUNCH as BILLIARDS .ae TAXI DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Courtesy Our Specialty PHONE 2-1 Fortuna, California Page One Hundred Twenty-eight SIEEILY STUDHO l.l'1.XlJIXt1I'llU'l'tJtllQ.AXl'llliRSUlflIL'3lI3UI.lJ'll CUl'X'llY 335 FSI. l,lltlllL'N7O-XY C. ICIJXXQXRIJ SlQlfl.Y LOLETA PHARMACY , H, lllfl,lllfS'lllXl5, l'ruprietcn' IJRLXZS-S'l'.X'l'ltJNIQRY-lit JILXKS-XU'l'lt7XS .Xgeney fur the Lezuling l'zlpers :intl Klzlgzizines Snggesterl lllne l,:1ws: Nu newspapers ur lips to gn to press un Snntluy. Clmrns girls to rlisplzty only nne tenth uf one percent of tlieir linilms. Glasses to lic worn ln' everytme tu prevent tlieln seeing' with naked eyes Xu nrzni-of-war to lie strippecl fur action :luring nizmenvers. I1IQI .Jooio Fishing' Tznekle. Cigars :intl 'Folmaeen in Cmnieetiun. ICIE eniaxn l'.XRl.UR FRED BAUER, Prop. .hr Economical Thansportation it ' wig., ! QH IQVROLET J ' ale? lf' lft lRTl'X.X Cl IEYROLET SALES LESSLEY 6: SWEET, Props. linrtnnu. Culifnrnizi l'l1nne 117 Page One Hundred Twenty-nine El B RBER SHOP FOR GOOD SERVICE CLYDE WILSON, Proprietor' F 0 1' C ll I1 3 W--E-,ff-ff.Ev-,-E C a l i f o r n i a Elmer C.: "llow'cl you get by in English without studying F" Ado L.: "I worked a cross-word puzzle Miss Suicler coulcln't figure out." . SMITH'S CASH STORE Makes Your Dollars Have More Cents Groceries - Kitchenware Crockery . Fortuna - - California THE WHITE SCHOOL BUS- IS DIELIVERING SA'lillSl'i.'XCTfJRY '1'RANSPORTiX'I'ION TO MORE SCHOOLS THAN ANY OTHER MAKIQ Ol" VEHICLE- THE WHITE GIVES GREATEST VALUE Every One Says So-Sales Prove It QIHIAS. GREEN CO. E U R E K A l'ctc lat circusl: "'Tl'iat guys so strong he lifts :1 thouszmzl pounds like it was a match stickf, Soapy: "Tl1at's notlung, I saw a lnrcl raise a street cur window uucc. ' BREAD-Is Your Best Food-EAT MORE OF IT-But When You Do- EAT THE BEST- and that is- MOTHER'S BREAD and GOOD TASTE BREAD "Quality Mixed With Good Judgment" For Sale At Your Grocer B a k e d b y 603-605 California St. PHONE 569 Eureka, Calif. Page One Hundred Thirty o --I----H --------' . I The C .Har H otel Page One Hundred Thirty-one Wzaszaag l'lUI'flll1ll, flilflfillflllill ss Ixmpps lin cooking classy: "These hisciuts have El stale taste sle I.: "Oh, that s hecziuse I uscrl an olrl rccipel Get Your Next Suit At .... Arthur Johnsons Clothing Store Second and I: Sts. Eureka, Calif. Diamonds : Watches : Jewelry Give Glratllnatlon Gittts that Last F r e ol K r e ii gc JI e W e ll e r llmlhione ll34l:.Jl Fortuna, Cal. Phillips: "I almost solcl my shoes yesterday." Morris: "You dial?" Phillips: "Yes. I hzul them hzilf solcrlf' Cll tnsuieanee oaws asuttenoee Page One Hundred Th E-5522233 Lp-Cf22ZEQl E5542Z l kyiklll NeWell's Confectionery ualit lee Cream and Candies Y Fortuna, Calif. 5225-241 QZEQU W53l ELLZZZCZZS Mr. C:u'tvr:' "Why are you wearing' so many coats ou such u hot slay?" Nlr. llrowu: "Well, you sec, l'm going' to paint my car: :xml it says on tlu Cllll. 'lu ulnzriu the lmest results, put nu at least three cuz1ts."' RAIDDIIULA Superslrlererndyne Second Harmonic -I'l' IS 'l'lllS SECOND ll.-XRMOXIC PRINCIIVXI. Tll.'XT GIVES TllE SUPER-lIETEROIJYNE ITS PURE TONE AND NOISE El.lMlN.-XTING Ql'.Xl.lTlES. XO OTHER TYPE CAN EQUAL lT. -TO 'VIIUSIQ XYHO XYANT AND CAN APPRECIATE GOOD MUSIC Wl'l'IIOU'l' 'l'llE L'SU.,Xl. RADIO llOXN'l.S AND SQUE.-XLS, WE Olfl"liR RADHULA EOR .X IJENIONSTRXTZON C.Xl.l. OR PHONE THE Fnrfuruner Electric Shep PHONE 25-W. TERMS?-YES, Page One Hundred Thirty-three E- J ' DFQQQE EQIYIPAN Manufacturers and Dealers in Redwood Lumber House and Barn Specifications Furnished Promptly Quality and Service Guaranteed J. A. TRAVIS, Local Manager. PHONE 5-F-21 Mr. Searcy: "How are your tongue sandwiches today?" Klrs. Szmquist: "They speak for themselves." Be Loyal to Your Old Home Town Store . XYE IIAYE lVll.X'l' YOU XYANT ,-XXI! OUR PRICES ARE R I Gl'l'l' Dickson 81 Dickson Lolctzl. Czilifornizi Since skirts are getting short agaiii :mil hoblmccl hair is so stylish, High Schools :irc like Kiiirlergarteiis. I COIlllJllIl'lCIllS Of... Dr. B. H. Coin Cliiroproctor "Old" I2iO DCII - - Co llfOl'Ill8 Page One Hundred Thirty-four l Bank of Fortuna Commercial S a v i n g s General Banking Business Drafts Solcl On All Parts of the World Safe Deposit Boxes l Seek Our Advice On Financial Matters One Hundred Thirty-five DR. HAROLD KAUSEN I 0 tl ll S. F. HOLLANDER u DENTIST II JEWELER ll u Scotia ---- California Eureka - - - California 0 nu """f :"" 2 r "" : :""': 2 C C C n """"""""""""""' n DR. S. N. .IORGENSEN 1: DR A F HANNA INTERNAL MEDICINE 3 ' ' ' Office Hours 1 to 4 and to S 11. m. V E T E R I N A R I A N Other hours by Zllllllbllltlllixlll D "X-RAY" TCICPTIOUC Main 50' Star Hotel - Fortuna, Calif. Office next to Hank of Fortuna --,, :----, : 3 ,---, : : C-: : :---. 1: .--..------------..---------- u DR. ORVILLE RDCKWELL II MISS BENTLEY r PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Q BEAUTY SHOP Office Hours 1-4 7-8 Phone 37' Marcelling-Manicuring-Shampooing O Fortuna, California 3 Scotia ---- California xi 0QQQQQQQQQQQQQOOOOOOOOOOQOO' 'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOQQ U B. B. BARTLETT 3 W, M, KLEPPER P T M E T R I S T " 0 0 . J! ENGINEER and coNTRAc'1'oR Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted In I 232 F Street - - - Eureka. Cal. Ferndale and Fortuna, Calif. If I 0 , nr DR. C. W. BEACON 11 DR. M. P. SWEENEY DENTIST 2 DENTIST nu n Phone Main 11-W 11 XSEY Service 0 one 128 1' ' . 9 C St cet Fortuna' Calif Bryan Bldg. Fortuna, Cal. .--------....-..-.....-....-- 0 ---::: :-::-:: : :: C 1 ee: 1 C : c--- ll nr DR. F. K. HTAIGHT ' if Em'Q'CFEfffNCGHl 0 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON and Scotia ---. California II BOBBING :I Phone 49-W Fortuna, Cal. 5333133133:3233:3333:::3::::: -Siitrritiiiitt:C'2C3312I:1Z33 nu DR. THOMAS FLEMING 1: MRS- GERTRUDE WAHL :I PLAIN and FANCY HEMSTITCHING D E N T I S T Prompt Service and Satisfaction 2 Guaranteed Phone 21 Fortuna' Calif' 7th and D Sts. Phone 32 Fortuna, Cal. 0 Page One Hundred Thirty-six After High School Start Your Training MONDAY, AUGUST 1 Ol 4'llllL' lilwelczl llusim-ss College will l1I'Cll2ll'C you fl-1' :1 fim- l lmsim-ss pusitilm. -'lllu' Supa-rim'ity of ilu' lfurckn llnsincss College training is Il in tlu - rccoguizcml factor in lmsilwss-it will prepare you to w lu-sl lmsim-ss has lu offer. Start Monday, August 10, 1925 Eureka Business College liI'lI.L'lllIll Sllnrty llriggsi "l,illy, will you sit lmy me tm1ig'l11?" l.illi:m ll.: 'Nm my lllllllllllll mlncslfl wzml mc IU." F. VAN DUZER General Merchandise IA ll.l'f'l'.X. Q'.Xl.llfl JliTll.X Xliss lfrifla-ll: "XYlmt clsc mlocs sczxwzmlcr L'UIlf1lll'l ln-siclcs smlinm clllurielv C L'l:n'l:c: "l'iisl1." S T E W A R T Try Your Next Hair Cut .... . at Servlce Statlon . B dl, CAMPERS SUPPLIES C S GAS and OILS Bobbed Hair A Specialty Fortuna - California Opposite Creamery Loleta, Cal Page One Hundred Thirty-seven on your vacation KUZDAK -'l'lllf ONE IV.-H I O l'l6l5,S'1fRl'l? ll. IPPY .lllf.1lOl?l!f,S' FOR 'l'l'flf l2.'H',S' 'l'll417' .llflf TU CYHIE. IIE SURE TO USE GENUINE IQAXSTMAXN IFILM IN Tlllf YICILOXY VOX -If mxfs IIU IIIUIT, -wi if l.ll.S'ltl'l'.Y .YtIff.Vf'1ll'fl.0lI GOOD I'IIO'l'O XYCJRK IHJ N If O UIC K I. Y Bowman's 'Drug Store, Inc. TUE REXKLL STORE Fort 111111. CilIiTOI'l1i2l Page One Hundred Thirty-eight ,. 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