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

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.il EAI'l'l0L Back row, left to right: Hutchinson, Beaudette, Early, Ingram, Docili, Nielsen, Bender, Miss Dale, Woodcock, Langin, Gow, Burnside, Hunter. i Second row: Aldrich, Nicholson, L. Windbigler, Wood, Osburn, Baxter, Look, N. VVindbigler. First row: Williams, Dixon, lloehne, E. Smith, Holt, Carlson, M. Curren, Ras- mussen, Haapala, Buxton, Baxter. Advanced Crch estra The Advanced Orchestra ot' the Fortuna Union High School has im- proved a great deal during the past year under the direction of Miss Dor- othy Dale. The orchestra has furnished music for the Student Body play, the Senior play, the Christmas program, the Poultry Show, and the Operet- ta. The group hrought credit to the school when they played at Arcata High School and contributed selections for the Music Festival at Eureka. They played for the "Public Schools Week" program, for the Baccalaureate Service and for Commencement. As the members of the advanced orchestra are graduated they are re- placed hy the experienced members of the Elementary Orchestra and in this Way, the balance of the orchestra is maintained. The organization studies representative music of the classic, romantic and modern compose1's. I Page S-1 .-..1.11.g. 1 EPLAI'l'lIlY Left to right: Thomson, Docili, Cacci, Mr, Ray, Scruggs, Miss Dale, Bender, Dixon, Early, Anderson, Holt. Orchestradians If you heard a racket in the music room at frequent intervals it would be safe to guess that the Orchestradians were practicing. They are a group of about twelve students who supply any type of "Jazz" whenever it is needed. The organization started last year as just a group of boys who saw a need of supplying music outside of the orchestras. This year they met once a month as a club and discussed ways and means of produc- ing more and better "jazz." They met regularly every two weeks at the homes of the members to practice. They gave a great deal of enjoyment to the school by playing in relays for the Friday noon dancers. The dancers liked the music better than the rest of the school liked the practicing. The members got much valuable practice in playing before the public. This was their second year and they have been improving all the time. They entertained the fathers and sons at the "Father and Son Bust" given at the High School by the Boys' League. Page 85 I . - MEEAI'l'l0lE Back row, left to right: Curren, Hugo, Windbigler, Peterson, Gallagher, Ander- son, Woodcock, Packer, Ammer, Nielsen, Miss Dale. ' Front roww Ihnmnore, Benden Iloh, Carbon, Langloh, BicNaughton, Earhy VVebsteL Ingranr School Band The school band was the pet baby of the school last year and the stu- dents had high hopes for it when it should grow up. These hopes were agreeably realized for the band, under Miss Dorothy Dale's efficient lead- ership, has made rapid progress. Students no longer pity the instructor and anyone near enough to hear when they are practicing. There was only one girl out of the nineteen members but it is hoped that more girls will be interested next year. The band showed its spirit and pep when it played for the basketball games on our home court during the season. This gave the players Valuable practice in playing before the public. This year is the first time the band has played for the Music Festival at Eureka. I Page SG i. - h'Al'l'I0lE x ii s, ,ai H ,Jift'f:'44-Mgf.,l an it f "fQQQ.i.fiZ1111i1iQ - - -"' "'fT"f . t. -' -1 MM lfgtxh,---" , Y: -- ' -f rf A-Lv Vw U ig ,,,.. THF B ' la Back row, left to right: Santarini, Kilgore, Evans, Miss Dale, Samuelson, Eisner, Buxton, Hazelton. Front 1'OVV2 Devoy, Alward. White, Layton, Bronson, Heback, Notley, Fitch, Day, Payne, Felt. Elementary Qrchestra The Elementary Orchestra under the direction of Miss Dorothy Dale has made marked improvement since the beginning of the year. It is 7 la1'ger and better balanced and every member is becoming mo1'e proficient in playing in time and in tune. There are eighteen members enrolled this year, which snows that there is an increased interest in orchestral work. Most of the members will be admitted to the advanced orchestra or to the band next year. This is the second year our school has been able to maintain two orchestras. At the first of each year the elementary orchestra has to start practically at the beginning because it is almost entirely composed of new members. The Student Body was entertained with several selections by the ele- mentary group during the yeai'. The music studied is varied in character. Egyptian, gypsy, and descriptive music has proved to be the most popular with the novices. Page S7 I L ElAl'l'lIliE 1 qtanding, left to right: Santarini, Miner, Paulson, Windbigler, Nicholson Seated: Early, Maxwell, Hawks, Chase, Layton, Barsanti, Mclxay, Bryant "A Prince There Was" Guy Maxwell .io,...o.ooo.o,o......i,..,,,,,, so .,..,..,.,.,,i,, Charles Martin Helge Paulson .i,, . Helen Hawks ..... .looo Marian Layton Una Bryant ...... Elloise Chase Angelo Barsanti Louis Santarini Virginia Early . Roy McKay ,.... . Doris Miner ,.., .. Jesse Nicholson r Jack 'Carruthers Katherine Woods Miss Vincent Mrs. Prouty Gladys Prouty Mr. Short Bland Comfort Mr. Cricket Delia, the maid Eddie, office boy Norvin Wi ndbigler ,irrrec ,e.......,.rr,rrr.,.,...,.,........ ll lessenger Boy The Student Body presented "A Prince There W as," a three act com edv bv George Cohen, on the evening of October 11. The cast was chosen by Mis Helen Ford, dramatic instructor. Everyone connected with the plav worked hard and the result was a decided success. The plot concerns a young, millionaire bachelor who is bored with lite rnd takes a position as the assistant editor of his friend's magazine ploves that he is really "a prince" and makes good. Page ss lAI'I'l0 Seated: Maxwell, Cox. Standing: Belloni, Christensen, Bocrhne, Paulson. "Her Husbands Wife" Curtis Christensen ,,7,,,, ,,7 ,,....,,Y, ....,.A Stewart Randolph Cecil 'Cox , ,,,7 , ,.,A .,A I rene Randolph Evelyn Boehne ,e,. ,,,, E mily Ladew Guy Maxwell ,,.., ..,..ee J ohn Helden Helge Paulson ,,e,, oe,l R ichard Belden Maxine Belloni ..o,..oe.,.e,o,o...eeeee,eeo, oe....eoee....eee. N ora, the maid The Senior class of 1930 presented "Her Husband's Wife," a three act comedy by A. E. Thomas, on February 7. The cast was well chosen and directed by Miss Helen Ford, dramatics coach. The heroine believes she has not long to live and picks out her hus- band's future wife. Her uncle tries to aid her and many comical situations arise when she becomes jealous of Miss Ladew, "her husbandls wife." For a time everyone is in doubt as to whether she can win him back or not. Her health improves as her husband becomes more enamored by Miss La- dew. The Rondolph family take a hand in the affair and straighten out the tangle to the satisfaction of everyone. Page S9 I a Eh'AI'l'l0HE .,.. Q , . , ,W---,- Back row, left to right: Patterson, Jarvis, Wood, O'Rourke, Larson, Thompson, Ingram, Early, Dinsmore, Santarini, Hansen, Paulson, Oliver, Gould, Dungan, Reback, Cobb. McCoy, Heckman, Williams, Wise, Stewart, Lytle, Moschini, Hayden, Brambani, Hoffman, A. Anderson, Barsanti, M. Anderson, Standley, McLean, Chambers, Layton, Ferris, Moore, Grigsby, Wescott, Shostak, Hutchinson, Perry, Burton, Simmons, Grove. Kneeling: Reynolds, Hunter, E. Hinds, Alward, L. Hinds, Boehne. Front row: "The Golden Trail" Principals Mervyn Chambers a ..... . ........... . ,...,,,..,-.. Don Carlos Alvarado Vivian McLean ,.....,.. liona Barbarita Alvarado Marian Layton ..... ........,,.................r,.,,.,.,.,.....,... , . .... Modeste William Moore .. Frank Standley ........ Mary Anderson .. .,....,.....................,.... Don Pedro Carranza Charles Harrington fSmi1ing Charliel Octavia Ferris ..,..... I """"""""""""'""""""""""P""" Carmela Rodney Petersen ,..,,.... .....,........... ......,. B f like O'R0urke E10 'Cacci ,,,,.,,..,,, ,............ Montmorency Puddington Angelo Barsanti Ralph Buxton Holyce Scruggs ...... Janice Kjer ......, Carl Godec ..... Earl Cox ,.,.,. fllead-shot Dickj Dick Garvin Martin Hurd Marian Hurd Sylvia Hurd Joe Grimble Cllrapper Joel Tad Jones A Page 90 ElAI'l'I0lE .... A . ....-....,-1......-i,.-,......... . . . ' 'iss-M--:.f :L ff- as-Vg., 1 ---,---L:-- --ess, - ' -A- . ., ,fVf,,, .--.-.,1 i 1-42-" -- Back row, left to right: Williams, Travis, Gianoni, Harvey, Thomas, Garcelon, Langlois, Christensen, Lozensky, Erickson, McNnug'ht0n, Hugo, L. Peterson, Edson, Weisel, Gulliksen. Front row: Brandt, Bryant, Vinum, Bravo, O'Connor, Hawks, Smith, Coke, Fulmor, Godec, Cox, lijer, Cacci, Scruggs, Buxton, Anderson, Petersen, Bur- gess, Williams, Matthiesen, Bianchi, Grigsby, Brenner. Kneeling: Dixon. "The Golden Trail" Brilliant costumes, snappy dances, clever lines, and beautiful melodies, supported by distinctive stage settings and outstanding lighting effects made the operetta, 'tThe Golden Trail," a great success. Miss Dorothy Dale, assisted by Miss Mary Hornaday, directed the operetta. Miss Helen Ford coached the speaking parts and Miss Rowena Beach taught all the dances. The success of the operetta was due in a great measure to the splendid cooperation of all the departments of the school. The plot of the operetta centers around a stolen consignment of gold dust and the coveted Alvarado family jewels. Don Carlos Alvarado and daughter, Barbarita, and their party stop at an Inn on their way to Bar- barita's birthday celebration. Smiling Charlie, pursued by bandits, brings in his consignment of gold. He and Barbarita fall in love with each other under a romantic California moon. The bandits capture the Mexican dancer, Carmela, but she escapes. Smiling Charlie and the band of emi- grants capture the bandits and recover the gold and jewels. The wedding dance of Barbarita and Cha1'les is held in a joyful celebration at the Inn. Page 91 I I I 4 ,, ,, .A+ --fx ZXX X X ,, w ' 4-, a.- -X Q :A .Iv -1- ' l':Q"Xv f RL ,Xia 1 Q, ' -:'-:.- AX , , -?.Qr1X,"! ,. X.-..,g I .gl ,,, , ' 'I' X , X . ,, ., . -1 " X .f,. ' "Mn , YI 14.-.5 AW.: '- X . X ' ' . .L . 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I " If P' XX . ., , X-lv' X"' 5 X X ,Xmvu -' X--"' - U X fi X I -- YN X - L 5" fl . I . v UQ f IWUUMMR IDEIDIEATIO "Education for all" is the motto of the citizens of Hum- boldt County. They realize that the future development of the county depends .upon the extent to which the youth of the county are educated. In order to show our appre- ciation for the efforts of the taxpayers, we dedicate this 1930 Megaphone to the educa- tional opportunities offered in Humboldt County. 1 f. 1 ,Q-.3 ,1.1,,- ., v, ,Wy L7 1,571.1- A H A. W mu 1 1 - 11" , ,..,l- ,.., ,e,,.1. 1' -,-1,1 , 11. ' .' 1 1 ..--,M ,1..f, yz ., ft' .. 1 .1 ,Iv 4 tw 11 r.1,, lv, -M. .xl . 'Q 'ffl' . A? ,. .1,1X, . '.,.,. ,511 , 4"'a -,1Yi 1' -41, .c --1-1,-1. lg-1: .' , x. , . , , .1-. a,f,,1f ,, . ,. 5 rt U51 . J 'I' . . I, ., ZYWF1 ,r-UV , 'W' -, fra' ,fri X' N. .E-1.1.-, TYTYAJ gf, ,FK - Qi-1 f ez, NSF E , mf. 1. +121 1, l 1,,,, 1, 4 v,1,. 51- Uxf- , 1,1 Q J, 11 U 1 I .'., I -fL"4.'. . f1 A E' . ,-. 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That's what she went out after. .11 .51 .51 A J unior's "Now I Lay Me-" I lay my head on my desk to sleep: I pray some pal my notes will keep: If I should snore before I wake, Poke me hard, for pity's sake! D. G. :gi :Ez :gr :Qi Miss East Cin History IVJ : Take to the top of page 473. Mary N.: Aw, gee, Miss East, that's an awful long lesson. Miss East: Then take to the bottom of page 472. :gr ak Re she went Or am she gone? Have her left I all alone? Will her ne'er come back to I, Or I neler go back to she? It cannot was. -': :gr :iz gg: Mr. Nielsen: Did you want a large or small photograph? Frank Gianoni: Small. Mr. Nielsen: Then please close your mouth. sk :ia :gz :ga Miss Schwab: What are you laughing at? Is the book interesting ? Vernon Cirby: No, not interesting but amusing. It spells words so different from what I do. E1 F3 ii Iii Grace L.: If a hen and a half laid an egg and a half-how much would a pound of cheese weigh? Bill: What do you think I am, an agricultural student. .31 5: rg: Angelo Barsanti: If a ship has two masts, three smoke stacks, a crew of fourteen, t1'avels at the rate of seven miles per hour and the current is flowing at the rate of three miles an hour how old is the captain? Look on page 158 for the answer. ' Page 94 . EE..I'l'I0lE 1 1 1 i W 1 i ! .....? I ,V Q Beheve ' f 'pf -Q...-.Q Q g ,M -4- .- 2 - ,, Q.. .5 :.5: .x v 3' iii' 'Z N i I A , N 24 , tx , ial- 1 ' ,. 1435- "1 ' . ' . '- ' 3 'M .Q 2. ! z? N A 6 ' sg A 'G , YN N , 1 A... . . H, ,N Q 551 1 13" f. xi,,-vy?aE- wx HQ x 1 "' fa 2.1 , It w, K 1 ,:X S News . A :jr ,--,,.,' . g?:.,it-''lirleiifr-S-ag:Sf f -v ' fA5-5-:: : .. ., , rm., . . 'ff' Q Q.-.43 -.2-ty' ' " 'X ' -5 .Qu 1. ' ., ' ,4., 'v ..-1 .M-.wr vw -,', .. . ,wx W Q C. " s .,.,..N l"N ' . ig gg ' f ---2 T1-f,. -' A"' L ,Li 'H gx Q L , ' P 'ef' s '4 iff. f Not . . 4 ,,,,.g, nw-, - . ' I -2 55 4. 5' x f fi" ' . QA, r.. Horses 'f,..vL:L- .Q .1 , : ':'bELV'A "V" K' ' Qi:f?f:V:51g'i.:...s' ' 1 ' g rs fig s . 5 121 " 1 5 1 q,lyz,,.:f,ftx, ...I 5, .... .Q , .. Wy.. Y rf- -- 'E " ., i -: r- '1-v -f.-w-- , 'A ,. ' ' A ..,. v 'W 1" ' Q " -ff..L..,:, -1, ..-if-'-.v x V+ J-e, B. .-.,- Energy Itself P ,Q : T U f rf. f M9 y .' ix 52:5 1. 3 f2szas2:z:sgzg'...g5 Q 1252- . x ' 5 . iff. ' Q X., l - J, I . sf , ,1 9. '1 ':- rn rgwzfgv . ' If vw. " bg-. . - v- . wif, - we 'Q 'ilk' A 5 ...A 'i V' 1 - 1 ' ' A' C fm 1 1 H X PZ , S JA .R so . , , . rx.. '- v- : I,-QQ,-.H' gftyr Q X 1 ff' g'-3 X , v ., f. 5 X ' ' 4 J W1 a . I . Any I4 1 rx' 1 . , H . X 1 .. M, 4 K'-s S .4 4 ,L K, QA. V K Lf 5 W v e Q " A ' 1 . .. W V4 M ,. . , ,, . f 1 ...1 1 as , a- mf - Z AW Gee u x 'X 1 63.21, -f 4 19. , , U Q tilmvf x Wfy., mx 3 wr 'i Q., J -N -4 1 I :Lb ' . ff ' ' f 1 X "' 55' 'Ffa' ,X Q11 'S 'We ,A . Mas- What Have We B-xii Heve ? Our Fambly Page 95 A l:m.l'lmmla CALENDAQ0 EVENTS qf. Q M if il o 0 r fU X l fl! l lb fm L ,f H5 5 53353 A 97 I - I I' -. flea , ,ii,gj'll'!'IIn:, 'mlilli -l-1-.-.1-..... . August 1,9 school opened its doors, And invited us into its den, Where we were to study and willing- ly drink, From the Fountain of Knowledge again. A Freshie's Reception is held this day, For Freshie's best day in the year. We greatly enjoyed washing' green from their face, And chasing away all their fears. Septemher 17th-the day of all days! The University Examiner once more! We shivered and shook from the time he came in, Till he hung an O. K. on our door. A comedy hit, "A Prince There VVas" Was put on for our Student Body Play, There was a laugh in every wo1'd sent forth, And it sure chased the blues away! We are proud of our basketball limit- ed team As proud as a school can be, When they ran up a score of 49 points, While Ukiah got 23. Pace Of ElAI'l'lIllE -, 1--T-1 February 7 was a big day in our lifeg 'Cause why?-the Seniors presented a "scream"- A Ford production, "Her Husband's Wife!" An Operetta, the "Golden Trail" Brought back to our heart and mind, With immigrants, gold, and bandits bold, The days of old '49. I sometimes wonder what Greeks would do If we presented in their synogogue, Instead of their slow, silent, beautiful dance, A hot-stepping clattery clog! May 16 is the day to which we Look forward with mystery and doubt: lt holds big' surprises of pleasure and fun, Our 1930 Annual comes out. The Seniors today with diplomas in hand Are cast to the cold cruel world, With a purse full of air iand a head maybe too?3 They enter life's dizziest whirl. Page 97 A ' a 9 Q , T QP- T o 1 , ef 4' Q ,r Y. N D 2 'Xflfililflllllllllflll ' - -I ' ..,.:llmI1'l!u,Illn I! ..... ,rms .Q -, ef N X l flllllulmif T - ll ...,-...E EEAI'I'lIliE ....,. - Mr. Smith: Who was Pussyfot Johnson? Swett: He was the man who made the country so dry that they had to prime a man to spit. :ga sg Dort G. Qhaving killed the lady's pet puppyy : Madam, I will replace the animal. Indignant Owner: Sir, you flatter yourself. Bill East: What do we have in Trig tomorrow? Curtis C.: Oh, we have to find the hypotemuse of that square circle. 41 224 251 24 Blanche W.: I wonder if it's true that a boy's arm is as long as the circumference of a gi1'l's waist? Percy Miller: I don't know. Let's get a tape measure and see. :if :lf iii if Helen H.: So you are trying out for the Senior play? Guy M.: Yes. Helen: Had any experience ? Guy: Sure I had my leg in a cast once. Bill Moore fIn Glee Clubj : Play "The Stolen Rope." Miss Dale: I'm afraid I don't know such a song. Bill: Why, it goes "Tum, tum, tumptey, tum." Miss Dale: You mean the "Lost Chord?" Bill: Ah, that's it! :iz :gn :iz :a McKay: I want to ask about a tragedy. Miss Everson: Well. Roy: What is my grade? Elo: See any change in me? Wilson: No, why? Elo: I just swallowed a nickle. :K PK :K Ralph Buxton: Then this is absolutely final? Girl: Absolutely, shall I return your letters? -Ralph: Yes, please, there's some good material in them I can use again. Mr. Badura: What? You steal spoons from the cafeteria and call it a mistake 'Y I Verne Wood: Well, I thought they were silver but they weren't. . Page 98 EEAI'I'lIIlE f- ffv- Q? Iwi' 'L f ' . Arif -4 'jf 1, 1' ' Q gg "1 , . ' ,z .." .1 -42 ' --3' : K- 1 ,J ,Q gr A rg ......... . 3 1 . , . - W , L1 sf ' I N .4.- . 1 4 -. v.- 1 f Out! pw mu' V A 'N Y fab N, 3 xv K , tg I 1 . 1 3 5 4 A 1 X .. v I fl K ,xv , i A.. j-f -.'p1'.faE u 1. '52 N H g Ra 1 .HI .1 ,. Hoot Mon N,, , ri 4 E 1 . 'f ,V ' , 5 5 ? f - L I Eff 'Q if v-f, " A' 'Q 1 J 3 . ,V 5 .1 1 x If A School Marms 'I -5 , , , vw 'I ' 1 'ffl T 5 555 X 'UtwQfa. + N . WJ, V ,W - M-x 4 ,, N NN , Q n , X lx- x ' -1 f,I', Y 3 fglgj, 1.1 , :F TOP HQEWY Lumbemaoks ' M Fnends Page 99 A ii1-.....,i,- MEEAIWIIIEE p Eleanor H. Cin charge of classb : Name some important reasons for Shakespeare's period of gloom. Vernon Cirby: His wife died. Eleanor: I said an important reason! 24 14 21 PH Why teachers get wrinkles qAnswers to examination questionsb. A vacuum is an empty place with nothing in it. A curve is a straight line that has been bent. When a volcano spits fire it is called saliva. Gold was discovered in California before any one knew it was there. Gertrude Mc.: Are you a track man? Bruce Mc.: Say, you should see the callouses on my chest from breaking tapes. fii 3 Sk :lf Miss East: Class, this is about the worst recitation you have ever given. Why, I have done two-thirds of it myself. We editors may tug and toil, 'Till our fingers are sore, But some worthy soul is sure to say, "I've heard that joke before." Guy Maxwell: "If I ate my father and mother what would I be? Mr. Ray: "A cannibal, of course." Guy: "I wouldn't. I'd be an orphan." -lf 34 E4 14 Don Scott: "Don't the spectators tire you with the questions they ask '?" Aviator: "Yes. What else do you want to know ?" ? 21 PF Van B.: What are you doing tonight? V. Cirby: Studying. Van: I'm not doing anything either, let's go to the show. 'lf P14 PF :F Mary just pulled something that made me sore. What? My ear. PF bk P24 fl: Barton Travis: I think Esther would make an ideal wife. Every time I go to her home I find her darning her father's socks. Wood Thompson : That caught me too-until I noticed it was always the same sock. I Page 100 11--l.1- .- ,...ii.li--l-- EEAPIIIIEE m,Mh,, 1 w Why Helge K . 5' z A fri: V 1 , 'Z if " r., sg H1 - ,, nz,-3" I E ..... E 1 ,A r . 1 x 1 is, A -if 1 , M: -- . f --ff qi.. " :mg ,a : , '.::Lvv1,., -c-.J .- N :Q , as-ff'-gs M . V ""'f! 4i'K"' I ' , , ,Jf 12,52 2" .5251 fs, L! QQ .L ' - , ,.1,A - , V No Foohn' -" 1 1 Q ' f'v"i'-' ,gm , , ,4 ' k x " Q' : 5 l K . . , "I .... 5- ML: 'mvv ' 'J ""' f - U5 Bah Jove f 'UH' 55- 7 'G '.,, , M: A 'K3W4.+,L S a a, 1, 1 - 'Q "'-A I gaf ffl , , f.,:,,5u.- ws- ,x N- 3" C' , P. Y i A in A ,BVI , it X- N M W ff: . ' X' I , V A. uf . f +3 -.29 I 1 '1'r- L . -V A V - X: .' 5 . khx TIH ' A H Q Jac Lx Clever , Scouts Page 1 01 ' ,'v' '.',T-Egx FIIIREV Illkl That the 1930 Megaphone should be typically represen- tative of Fortuna Union High School students and their ac- tivities has been the aim ot' the editors. If it will keep the memories of high school days a trifle brighter in the minds of the students and cause them to look back with pleasant recol- lections on their high school careers, its purpose will have been fulfilled. -t i-.11-1-1 ElAI'l'I0lE 111-in- , I Al 'st' ' gh: 'Y ,R OUP ECHCOV our Dresfdent HAWKQ-n 'S Y'-Y L Q if S ,' ?h'W5i"" X A r., V,f VVQ' A A 'A , x 351 , K, ' f x . , .Q fe Y Wulty East j Topsy Wescott Bruce At 5 fag . QE x Si V QS. ,A 4 Baby Boehne l-Q15 Orvel ia Page 102 A -i11.1..-1-1:-i E5AI'I'IOWE -.2-1.iQ..- --. Fa ,.1 1 Vx dei ' ' : I , I ,:i4k:,,.,.:Ag '- --fax' iz "" A , 1' WN XXVI' 1 V. :1g.Q,5s:::g, :V . ' ,....- Q , - V 4 W 5, .eta ig - i , E S V. Ting. ,L if, P , 7' . , y . 51' Jag? Kung ,t Q Agvges ' qv Cute Eh. -xff' Freshre 1, ., A if , J PY 331 'Xia .mf ,IK , V33 WK I4 IQ. 'l Tiamrmony ? """ Q' wg' 'Ve Yust Q -2 1 Wm OWU 'snmbbery R V Sf? ' ' l Another One? A! Wet Page 103 A -...l-.1---l- E5AI'l'l0lE Cln the barber shopj Are you the man who cut my hair the last time? Barber: I couldn't be. I've only been here a year. 24 PF Bill Moore: Gee! Donkeys are so dumb. Don't you feel sorry for them! Russel: Are you fishing for compliments? Miss Ford: What was that noise in the room when Duncan was mur- dered ? V Billy L.: Why, that must have been Duncan kicking the bucket. 4: :gr :gt sg Mr. Kegler Cln Laboratoryl : If this explodes we'll all be blown through the roof. Now come up close so that you can follow me. fr -r 'I' 4 Jerry Grinsell: Salt is the stuff that makes potatoes taste terrible without it. Y an Branstetter: Have you Lamb's tales? Miss Gatton: This is a library, not meat market. Charles Hazelton: "Well if I can't borrow any binder paper 1'll have to use some of my own." 231 2F Helge Paulson: Hey, Mervyni Your engine is smoking. Mervyn Chambers: W ell, 1t's old enough to. Miss Ford Un English IVJ : The bell is going to ring so everybody be quiet and I'll skip around the room. Prof: What is a watt? Jerry: An inquisitive person. Una: What is your ideal man? Katheryn Hawks: One who is clever enough to make money and foolish enough to spend it. Ellen Maple Qin Journalisml : The woodwork boys are building steps for the operetta. Each step is higher than the other. Miss East: "What are the three great races ?" Len Stillings: "The mile, the half-mile, and the relay." I Page 104 EViAl'I'l0lB 9 . 50 Sweet 1 I Aw Swan, PNP See The Bnrdx Atta. gr Always S6 ,ga 1 ""' " Tiff. f 455: Th Lo d Squmt W ...NE OWU Schooi Daj e Page 105 A w' .'u' 1 Q 'P - -QA .. ' 2, A 5 " L-'wi' 'PQ V I . - . F ' yn ""' . 'cg -'su-le .Q 1 W-Y' V , " I kgwf 'Q :' R- H . .,:gw:.i5: ,- E?",'h 'f ,' V? 415:41 H LQ.. .6 F' . fl- ' . 4 A i. , -- 1 -'I 'Du A- 4 , . QL w t' A - -' , t up ff' S+- Ng : x' ' - S-. wej , .W A., .. ' ' 4 'fs ' I" . V f .. 'G C . 'hlf falafi-l mp- UU WAYS THD A mmvmvus mmmam i in Ji L 1 I, ,,'..A ff. 1 I :lj .vu , - , f f, , XL' ' I ,IA f QQ .N J, ' x 4,1 g. 5 r..' z w R . 5 4 x Riff ff, .1 X r 'I ,. 5.5 9' f . ,Mx I I X 1 1 9 1 ml' , ,f V n ,QW-f I '5 , 4 G 9 .flv .H 7 - 5 AI: -- MEEAI'I'IOEE ---- EJ EJ ulunnunnnunnnnmunmnnuunnunrunnmuunnunnunnnnunnnunununnnnmulnnmm We Cohgmzmlloute You Chess of 21930 Hughes f Cheovrolezt Coe for Economical 73'onsporlafi0fl f F Fortuna On the Redwood Highway EnnnmnnnnunnnnununnnInnnnnnnummmunuununnmnm nnmmmnmumn num-uummnn E Page 107 .........A........ EEAIWIUIE --- Q '-----f----"------------'---'-'---f-------------'---------------------'--'-' Q Q '-------'-'-'-X------'-'-'---'--'-----'---'--'-1---------f'---'-------'---'-- Q ARTHUR .FUHNSONQS fQynndle1rsen's Bootery Leading EVERYTHING IN FOOTWEAR Young Men's Clothier E The Largest Shoe Shop 5 Second and F St. 5 in Humboldt County Q Eureka, California 533-535 Fifth St. Eureka, Calif. E ii -------------------------------------------------------.------.------------I- .'--Q------------,---,---------.-------- ---- ----- -------------- E1 Ralph B.: I got 50 in my intelligence test. Bruce McC.: That makes you a half-wit. El...........................................................................................,..............,........... .................................................13 To Get Anywhere Requires ENERGY 3 Pure Fresh Candy Produces ENERGY Eat More of lt DELANEYYS CANDY IS THE KIND : Donald Scott wants to know where a snake begins when it wags its tail. E11-ummmmumn-mmmmumn-lmin-Inummm-umm,-mu.un-nmmmn mnnummmm-umnmnmnmnmm-unmmmmanQ Franklin To Georgeson f Member American Institute of Architects ARCHl'l'lEC'll' Humboldt Standard Building, Sixth and G Streets Eureka, Calif. Phone 393 El...,............................................. , . i ....................................43 I Page 108 -- Mlam.l'llomla -- anImmm-Infnmlnu-.nn-.nn-n-um...mm1-mn1IH-HInIH-IHIInII-IHmmmun-ummmmm-mmm-mm: I We Are Prepared to Supply Yoar Emery Need and Gave Satisfaction For physical education class games We carry a complete line of bloorners, middies, keds, sweaters and hose. FOR CLASSROOM WEAR Ready-made Wash dresses, skirts, rniddies, beautiful rayon underwear, shoes and hats. FOR THE DANCE OR PARTY An unequaled stock in hosiery, flat crepes, printed and plain chiffons-Luxite silk under- Wear and shoes of quality. FOR RAINY WEATHER Raineoats, galoshes, umbrellas. In fact you can find anything you Wish at- lFRlllEDENBACl-ll BROS, EI....................... . E1 Page 109 I '.,.:.-.....,. .-... S -, E... ' -- - Scenic Executive Classes Sports Activities Humor Boosters I3 EEAI'l'lIllE uunnn Uhr Humhnlhi Eimva Northwestern California's Leading Newspaper Local and World News at Breakfast Table Associated Press Service Commercial Printing Wholesale Paper Dept. - Eureka, Calif. nux.nuunmmumnnmumnnnununnnmn unmnuuunm Phone 25 .........E.......................-.......................................................HEI Love is like a potato-it shoots from the eyes, grows in the dark, and diminishes by paring. En-1unInIII-III.numlIIn1nImnmmmm-nun mmm-mum - When in Eureka 5 LUNCHEON The Bon Bomuiere Candy Store 431 F su. El Eureka, Calif. a .i..........................................................................43 Len: You used to say there was something about me you liked. Freida: Yes, but you have spent it all now. E.........................................................i.....,......,......E1 El..................................... ..........,.........................Ej THE STUMP HOUSE Redwood Burhl Novelties Lee D. Clark. Mgr. 2 Eureka Calif. 5 E E1......... ........ George Baxter Fld Leventon E KLINE'S ROYAL CAFE We serve the best the markets Q afford. With 24 hour service Q Counter and Booth Service Phone 78-1 - 322 F st. Eureka, Calif. I Page 1 1 0 E' Eh'AI'I'IOYE Northern California's Finest Department Store Here Fortuna people will find an ideal place to shop, to secure the very newest things at modest prices, and a place to meet their friends. Convenient Rest Room . . . Telephone . . , Free Stationery 5th and G Sts. Eureka, Calif. Freshman: How did Arthur get that bump on his head? Soph: Oh, that's where a thought struck him. Q................................z....................................... HTHE ERIENDLY HOUSEH offers Complete Service for the auto sells , Chrysler, Plymouth, Cadillac Sz La Salle Cars also White Trucks and School Busses and Goodrich Tires CHAS. GREEN CO. Eureka .......... . .... What was the noise in the geometry class? Someone just dropped a peipendicular. unununumnunumunnnnmunnmueinmumnnininnlunnIannimuunmnunnun :nun in E We are distributors of SHEAFFEITS Life-time Fountain Pens and SKRIP the successor to ink Exclusively for Fountain Pens. Starts writing instantly. Does not clog or dry on nib. C. 0. LINCOLN CO. E Phone '76 Eureka lil .------------------------------ : --------------------- - Page 111 . uunnnmummxnunnmnnunnnnnnnnunnnnnnninmummnunuuumnunvuunmnnnnnnnnnmnununnmuunnnnnmm unnmum:ununlununmu::mumnnnnnumuinnnnnununnnun-nun.:nunnmun nnnnu ElAI'l'l0lE 'E' When a man is expecting something good, and he gets it, he is a satisfied E man. When he is expecting something bad, and he gets it, he keeps cool because he was ready. But when he is expecting something just fair and gets something very good instead, he is not merely satisfied-h eis exult- ant and blesses the world and his neighbor and everything that is in sight. Owen Wister SOMETHING VERY GOOD ALWAYS- THE EUREKA INN - Coffee Tavern, Afternoon Tea Room and Fountain Service in May E E1 ...............................................................................,..................,......................................................... .......E Holyce Scruggs: Will a rooster lay if you feed it egg-maker? E mmumnnmmunmnmununInmumnuxmnunlnumumInumnmuuuulnmulmunnnnnvnnmnumnnmumnn lm.....,.E MERCER ' FRASER COMPANY Generali Contrnetfers and Engineers 2nd, Sz Commercial Streets Eureka, California El ............................................................................................ ..........E3 A friend in need is a friend to feed. 3 You Are Welcome To make our studio your headquarters when in Eureka K WANLUND4"-- ' Studio Opp. Rialto Theatre .Flnlotog-pap'-yi Phone 734 g El ---------f------------------------f----------------------I------'-----L'--------------------'----------"------ ---'---'--'------------------- ui: Absence makes the grades grow lower. E "'"""""""""""'"'"'""'""""'"""'"""""""""""""""""""""""'"''"'"'"""""""""""'"""'"""""""""""""' CREDIT WHY CERTAINLY firm 'W f' -I 0 Xl x Ill 1 f X REDITNXJ EWELE Sf XSMW f 402 F Sf. m'Qne99 Eureka, El -- ----.:-.------------------------------------.----.----.----:-----.------------- ---------'----------.------.-...-..-...-...--.-.. at ' Page 112 El........... .............................I3 E1.......................................... ..... El 5 DT. VETMOW L. Hunt You will reap tomorrow what y - w sow today. Orthodontist 5 Eureka Arcata - Chas' Duck Miss Beach: Have you taken a shower? E. Boehne: Why no! Is one missing? El........................................................................................................................................................ ..... E Buster Brown Shoe Store R. L. Hornbrook, Proprietor Where style, comfort and economy meet 617 Fifth Street Eureka, California El.H...................nn...H.....................................................................................................-fu...H........................ El Mr. Badura: "What is the Liberty Bell?" Pupil: "The last bell after the eighth period." Eniumunmuununnnuinunmun-ununnn1nnnunnnunumnnnunnmnnnunnnumnnmunumuunu um E Uur Covers Were Manufactured by WeherfMeCrea Company, line, 421 E Sixth sr. Los Angeles California E1 Page 1 25 I Eln'AI'l'IOHE --- -11-l- 111 ElAI'l'IIllE 1- .i,. PORTRAITS KODAK FINISHING The Martin Studio E. F. Martin, Prop Mail or Bring Your Films 533 Fourth st. Eureka, California E1 ......................................................................................................................................................... .........Eg Mrs. A.: What is H?l1'Old,S average income, Mrs. Early ? Mrs. E.: Oh, about midnight. E "'"''A''"'Q"''"'"""''"'"''"'"''"''"'""""""""""""' 'E' E' "'"''""""'"""''"''"'"''"'"''"'"''"'""':""""""""" 'rs WATERS eg Ross E Holton Band Instruments : G. P- ,hiy Prop. Everything for- the Him 5 School Musician Quahty B1 ead Expert Repairing' 1 I Phone 569 llth gl Commercial sts. : Prompt Mail Service Eureka, Calif. : 1155 Market Street 5 E San Francisco, Calif. ' El I'"""''"''"''""""""":""""' """''"""""""""""" El: lil '''''''''"'"''"'"''"'"''"'""""""""'I"llIII'II Illlvlllllulllnu Eg Roy: Julio, wl1at's the greatest danger in Autoniobiling? Julio: The cops. Uhr itlumhnlhi Svtanharh Fourteen Hours Ahead """'"""""""""""""'"'''U'"'"''"'"'""'"'"''"""'"''""'''"''"'"'"""''"'"''"'"''"'""""""""5""l"l IUIIIIIUIIE "I'll be gone for the day." said the lunatic as he awoke. H..mm.H..H...HU...-flU-I-.I---IInI-.--mmImmlIn1-H-IIInIInmlnlI-IIU..-H.H..H.H...............,.................... ,,,.,.,,,,..E1 Bunk of Eureka ' COMPLIMENTS Third Sz E Streets Eureka, California Page 11-1 El ...... .......... .................................... ..... A ........................................ ............................ EV2AI'l'l0lE 1 Euunnn :munuuummnnuu mmmu nnnun1ununnunnunmmuuunmunm U 'ggwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwggl 3 6 3 ,,. ..,., IIIHEAHAVVAV H., gn :,,,,, ?UH5,T.,. M,, , 6 3 6 3 6 3 6 3 2522252552 2 3 sassasaesesefssa f 1 t A,.- . ' lfiff 3 1: . , 2 3 A 3." if . 6 3 - ., ,.,.. f 3 ........, 4.,.4,,., .. E 3 .. H 3 Q 3 ....A, ,,.,1,,.4.,...,.A.,.,.,.,... 3 5?ii52s5eEii:E5g , ,.,. . ' W 3 -555 Q 3 Q 3 Q 2 Why not have thejoys. . when you 2 , l I I D 6 3 graduate. . 0f6lS6C1'6fdVIdlPOSZfl071. q 3 1 3 The girl with the Secretarial position has so many advantages 6 3 over the girl with "just a job." Nicer surroundings, pleasant f 3 associates, more interestin work, more of the 'o s of life 6 g l Y 3 that come with bigger pay! Q Whybe contentwithahumdrurnjob when Heald's can E 3 quickly equip you for a position as Private Secretary? 6 3 Heald training,with its Business Practice Department, is Clif- f 3 ferent from any other in the West. Here, through real corre- f 3 spondence with Heald students in other California cities,you Q 3 engage in commercial transactions just like actual business. f 3 Why not give yourselfthe advantage of this surerpreparation 2 3 for a real position? Call -Mr.Lesseman at ORdway 5500. He 6 B will gla ly give you full information. Q 3 Q a E LD OLLEGE 4 3 H f 3 Q 3 Van Ness at Post Street, San Francisco 2 3 E :ZFVKFVNFVNFVNFVNFVNWVRFVNFVNFVNFVNFVNFVNFVNFVNFVNDQL Pa e 119 EEAl'l'l0lE If 1,556 in ' 4 ' 1 L :A A Oh'Oh- ERMQ -. f . V . Q, .. as I' 'vv F 'VELQQM ' -. .Uxtf E :E V , . "'v ., 5? QV -,X , -. W ,..x-1 ,X L Q ,S :uv mga H, ' ' 4 : ' "Pg, ' ' I 5255! . 1 6 B ,, " .H Gee xvh.5f A + 5 A Hom Up H Smdeiwhy Donfha X T, A Q an J. if 2 if :gif 3 I Q-til V f 1:5 5 Wgrxs.. A . . 3. Sweet? You 5631! 5 Cow Person Q Tango Page 116 A liiq- ElAI'l'lIliE Everybody Knows YOU CAN DO BETTER AT MORGAN S FORTUNA BUT here is something about an important subject that every young' person should know. Luck A modern wise man was asked if he believed in Luck. Here is his answer, and it's worth cutting out and pasting in your hat. "Do I believe in Luck. I should say I do! It's a wonderful force! l have watched the successful careers of too many lucky men to doubt it's existence and its efficacy. You see some fellow reach out and grab an opportunity that the other fellows standing around have not realized was there. Having grabbed it, he hangs on to it with a grip that makes the jaws of a bulldog seem like a fairy touch. He calls into play his breath of Vision. He sees the possibilities of the situation, and has the ambition to desire them, and the Courage to tackle them. He intensifies his strong points, bolsters his weak points up, cultivates those personal qualities that cause other men to trust him, and to cooperate with him. He sows the seeds of sun- shine, of good cheer, of optimism, of unstinted kindness. He gives freely of what he has both spiritual and physical things. He thinks a little harder and a little longerg straighterg works a little harder and a little longerg travels on his nerve and his enthusiasm, he gives such service as his best efforts permit. Keeps his head cool-his feet warm-his mind busy. He doesn't worry over trifles. Plans his work ahead, then sticks to it-rain or shine. He talks and acts like a winner, for he knows in time he will be one, and then-Luck does all the rest." E :nun e E Pa e 113 I . mum:annunununnnnumnunnuummu numunu:uunnunun nnmnnn MEEAl'l'I0l nun umnnnunnnninninnnnnmmfu-mr nunnunmmamumrm nnnmnuun numuunnnumunml.I Carlotta Store Generod Merehdhdise Phone Carlotta Carlotta, California .........................L..........................,.................,.......................,......................................... ............E What makes you so little, Verna? My mother fed me on canned milk and I'm condensed. ................................................1.....i.....,......,....-.Q Ei..................................H...............U........................El Wildwood Shoe Shop 0 J- News 5 Log Colhin Bdhery Loggers shoes and hiking boots E Q I Y v d E made to order I ' l ucolpolate 5 : Shoes repaired while you wait A1-thuy J, Hunting All Work guaranteed President and Manager Also new shoes for the whole l fanqily E E Flftll Street : P. O. Box 307 Scotia, Calif. EUTGRH, C2l11f01'1119- 5 ..........................................................................qj El..............,...K.........................................................43 Orator: I Want social reform. I want Government reform I want-" O 7 Voice in Audience: "Chloroform." El john T. Bealoer Dealer in Hardware, Feeds, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Reary Made Dresses. General Merchandise Phone 6-J Hydesville, Calif. El ,.......... .................lj ' Page 1 1 8 -all-1-l-il. -- Ml:m.l'lmmla -- e nInnnuunnnunnnunummnunnunnnannum:nunnnunnnnunanmmuumnmmun mum Congratailaztzions to the Class ojf 11930 '23 We appreciate having had the opportunity of taking the pie' tures for the 1930 Megaphone fe Freeman Art Co. Makers of Good Pictures Phone 87 527 F Street Eureka, California El ----- ra P 9 . 1ini1 -11-1-.ii.T..l,i . ., I7 -. , Wm ' 'Xkflgg ' "f.'I '12 l"T?1'f. u 1 -. .Qm5Hegpq,'X XI . X .pig XXX-. 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', X, 'Z I -.1 X '.pX, , . - ' , 'r I '.-- .wifi L 1 . 0 ' " H3 ' -.1 -' . . i 1 -. X I , - N.-: 1 1- - , 1,1 . ':' ' X , ,, I...,X GBX '. X' X I X X tm ,XX,XX Z-5X1"' I . 'fl ' ' I,- - ' ' Xi! X IVJXXX . . . 1 . r 'u - - ," -I D . , -' X ., . XIX. X ',, X If - ',. -I - ,. , X- .. . XAX, , - ' "1 . 1 ' -. 1- 4. 1" -1 I- . .,1. -- 1 - 1- -I . .. 1 -,. -- ,- ,. H ar' ' nu- X,'.-. f-- , ., .- ,' N '-rl ., WI ,,- , . ,,f- 1 J .X -XX-X 1 XX.: 1. ,LXXXXIII ,XL-I .X, . X . , XXXXYXJ--. dh - Y r. "'."'. , ' - W ' "- .-..I-7. A . H. M, - - A. hy . X , X.XXI.rL AEHXHXXXL XXX X '-'l. . 51 ' ,.I- A . wif-I 'gi -.5 .- -- 1-'q I., , ,I 1 , gs l...-... lam.l'll0lla......... THE froooisiar The Home of Manor-Brook Suits and Cvercoats , Made for High School Boys - Fifth sz F sr. Eureka E1 ..............,................................................................................................................,.............................,.............HE, The aliinentary canal connects Lake Erie with the Hudson River. EJ.............................................................................Eg I3..............................................................................EI Victor Radios Victor-Radio-Electrola Combinations 5 "Radio-Record Reproduction" E Bmhlmansson Dmg CU' : MATHEWS MUSIC and The E - 5 T l l F24 STATIONERY HOUSE Q epwne 7 Q "Send a Graduation Greeting"' 2 l .' Q , M 2 E 423 F St. Eureka Phone 565 E Coi. Thud 81 F Sts., Euieka, Calii. E1.............................................................................l3 gj1'...........................................................................ali- Miss Bowker: Will you please give me your attention Harry? Harry G.: I gave it to you yesterday and I haven't any left. A Practical Education ls What You Need and What You Must Have ' Write Us About It E Fall Term Opens Monday, August 4, 1930 Eureka Business College - Principal 2 mnmunnnnun nnluunurunr nnnnnnununumuununn uuununnnnnnnnnuuununnuuun nunununnmmnn rlllrl nu nlll ul urllrllnrn mnnu uunn nnm,,,,,,,,,,,E A mountain range is a big cooking stove used in a hotel. Emlnunnuunn nnnunnnuunuun nununununnnumnunn niluuiial I nniullinnninliinniinii nIInnn-unmnmmn nnaunnuunnnnunnunuunuu u .,,,,,,,,El I 49 5 ND A s a RD C. ix I N ITURE . . f '- 7' J . E It A ' I I 3- 5 X4 62--I Elks' Bulldmg-Eureka ........... .. I Page 120 E3 -- MEL'Al'Il0lE --- .. nnnnuanmuununuuunnmnnnunnnunmnmuunnuunmnummumnumuuuunnnununn Printing-f That Reflects Good Taste Your Business It Is Cut Aim to Give Every Order the Same Careful Attention All Work on this Megaphone Turned Out in Our Office The Humboldt Beacon Paul G. Jasper, Prop. Fortuna California E1 ...rm E1 121 . r - Eh'AI'l'lIlk E ,..l.f3,- ununnnunnnnununnm nnnnn Parks Bros. General Merchandise Phone 43-F-2 Alton, California Q ,....................................................................................,.............................X.........................................................E1 Did you know that you can cut classes in a correspondence school by mailing' an empty envelope? n The Fortuna Adlavance n Established in 1887 Fortuna's Oldest and Best Newspaper VV e Do Commercial Printing g Geo. S. Graves, Editor and Proprietor E E1,............................................................................................................................................................................E' "Really, I can't play golff' the sweet young thing said, "I don't know how to hold the caddy." Emmm:umununnannnnunuuumummmumuum umm: E Enmunn .,,.,,,,,,, E lf we please you tell your Friends 5 if not tell us- White Grocery A Home Owned Store Member Neighborhood Stores 'E' FUNERAL siezayiee Quiet, dignified supervision Attention to a maze of details in 2 a sympathetic manner characterize 2 our service. HUNTER 6? WISE El.............................................................................El El E -uinmulununinmununlnnnuannunuuunnuunnununuu u Page 1 22 A --- MEEAI'I'l0lE --- E InI-ummm..mmmmmmImmI-.1mmImmmmIInmInm-Ium-Immmm-HImm.IumImm.-mnI-mmm...-.-I-m.-I E Q, U q . A Directors 5 W. M. NELSPON1 t L HVHA ' TGSIC en i I J Cashler ' e J. M. MCCALL -- C. - ' . Abit abh1e1 ESQ The First National Bank Sfcoltzioa, Calif. '23 Officers W A f' I .i Y . .NA- W. M. Nelson fi? A. S. Murphy E. E. Yoder ,,J,.A - F. VV. Bender E. P. McKenzie '"'H'"H'H"'n"u""""u'H" """""""""'"""""'"""""""' U P 123 ' El--l'I'l0lE -3:12 .I A, , ..5.,: A. ya -w.. , X 'tg 2. x .w ,fax Q f X 5 Q Q K 'ff gi . X 5 Q g a 5 R Q Q Almve ? Q X W N. 3 3 ,S . Q H135 Down . ' - -3231- ai 'FSF . .- W Q , wb E V ix Q Q fi 1 E X K X 11-Q K as f ' , 55 - . f- , . 'G H.: ..:1sS:.Je'i?"'-1 -' Em'-'41 xisi' - . Ni: -1 'Lf , J fuse .. - f -:.: - -1 . , " Y 5. ' K 9 xx mix gg?-X - r w fx ff v X 2 v- 9 , '-1 -S N J Q , W Hawks III 5:55 -S1135 V2 3- -' V., J, , G9 gvzlf' 7 I fn '- ' ff B P u .5 x K x if? ' Q . BWEGSI -WX K Q ,I , . . . N ffm , 'Wm r Y 155' W' I S fm L 1, - ...QM -.v .S 5 P l wa, N55 f 1329 A WX S w X .... . , . . X. - SQP:-f3,,I,.5f'4. Q, 2, Q .LM .4 .W -nexium. y L.. Q W . Q ww +2 - X a Q4 ' F X " Y N 'M M. K J L' ' ,, Beauty Corwbestl 1' Wobbly Q OU Nice Qacket f if ff' ZW . 11 'bgiiiff 44' ' .., W V j f TI, z,....,- '., ' x az 4 ' O x 2- V' , fw- ,. 1 1 1 .. , MZ .A . A 4 ' .ww A ' .Q HG. G , ,gfffg V . . R .V W, - ABL . "RRY-:,.. : ,Q - . Dnsgul-sed ! if ,X V' " 'Sv ls.. nd 'irq ff X, ,... .. . K 9: , ",',' Q ERI' W' w . . Q. . 3- Ooohq, Gosh! A ".-'il MEEAPIIIQHE nnnmnnnuunmnuunnulumumnnnnnnnum:anInnnnunuuunununnnnum:nnnnunmuu NeWeH,s Candy Shoppe Where Qmedlzizty IIS PCCZLTCCIVWILOMMZI G23 Water llees, Sherbelts and lee Cream C23 Yes We Have Eskimo Pies and Icy Pies, the New Cones A............... i.i..L-1- - 416-Sth St. Eureka, EEAI'l'l0L E Phone 2879 nisnyyoon anim., George Gabriel, Prop. ........ E1 .........................................,..................................r.EI Francis M. Bruner, M, D. Surgeon 5 Residence 2nd dz Main Sts. Cale 5 N Phone 77 - - - OfilC6 Houis 2-5 and Evenings E Dr. H. H. Winkler Dentist Dr, Milton D. Andlrziart Dentist : Scotia California? Fortuna California? .............................................................i......... ...HE E1.........................,......... ....................,..Eg A brain is only as strong as its weakest think. llllllllululnlll.IInIInIllInlIlulnllnlllllllIIlinlIll1alllullllulllllllllllllIllIIllIIllIllllllllllulllnlllllnll . IIIHIIIEI lElMonte Body and Fender Works Z We Take Dents Out of Accidents Automobile Painting Opposite Bank of Italy' Phone 200 Fortuna, California Q Do you serve lobsters here? munnnnu . nnnnuummm:mnumnnnn nnnn :ii Step in and we will see what we can do for you. E1.............................. .. ...................,........................ E1 El.. .... ..... ,.,.......... ...... . ........E1 P., A0 Hugo OAK Barber Shop Wood Sz Fuel Fortuna Fortuna California Q g Best of Service E E ,,,:K,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,l,, ,, ,,:,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,H .,,,.,,. mmm Ennis: nnlxnirlnnnlnlrllxll n l-nlln:nlnlnll::r:nnllnulnlxllxun unuununua l have broken my arm in three different places in the last month. Why do you keep going to those places. El..mm..........,.m...m .-......-.--... mmm -1------ umm lluvuvlv E EUIUII' 1II-III"'I'II' H HH-HI--H IIIII u-'13 First Class Shoe Repair Shop . D. Sandretto, Prop. lVIen's and Boy's Work and Dress Shoes Q Shoe Repairing While You Wait Hudson Essex Scotia Garage J. H. Brenner, Prop. Scotia California Page 126 lil ulnlllllllulllllnll llIIllIllIIllIInIlllllllllllllllllllllllul:lb El'll'U"l'Ul"l IIlllllllllllllllllllllllg 1i. EEAl'I'l0lE g?......... ...................... : Dr. Sidney P. Bartlett Optometrist With B. B. Bartlett 2 Eureka 529 F. St. Marion A. Worcester Fashion Shop Exclusive but not expensive E First Nat. Bank Bldg. Eureka, Calif. unnIumnnumummnmnnnunnnmmmnmmuunmmum McClure 6? McCreery Optometrists E 333 F. St. Near 4th Eureka, Calif. Picture Framing Photo Finishing, Developing Printing and Enlarging Eureka Photo 6? Art Co. E 535 G. St. Eureka, Calif C. W. Kerr - - H. Blum Q Fortuna Ferndale - Insurance Building and Loan National Auto Club unmnnunnunuunnunnnuunm Dr. B. H. Cain Chiropractic Physician . Fortuna nnmnnnnu uununnnnnn A. R. Chandler Texaco Petroleum Products Fortuna, Calif. Try your next fill here. Portuna Produce Co. Wholesale dz Retail Fruits and Vegetables Phone 37 Fortuna, Calif. Finger Waving Shampooing Marcelling Paper Curling Blalnels Beauty Shoppe Beauty Specialists Permanent Waving' Phone 69-W Fortuna, Calif. Inmnmnmnumun num nnmnununnnnnnmmnun H. W. Comfort, M.D. Bryan Building, Fortuna Phone Res. 1118-J Office 148-W Office Hours 1-4 and 7-8 Dr. Thomas Plerning Dentist Phone 21 Fortuna 350 E. St. Eureka Bank of Italy Phone 14 Building Dr. Carl T. Wallace Physician Kz Surgeon nunmuumnmanmuunummumm Geo. Ahraharn Fancy Sz Staple Groceries Notions, Furnishings, Gas gl Oil Carlotta Calif, nunnmnun EI ........-............. G Page 127 i ...-A...- munnnunnnnnmmnnmunnnmnnunnnunuunnInnnnnnAnnnnunAnnuuunnnnunnnunnnnunuunnnn Um' Sevrqvzice Scutzisfzies Om Prices Right Uvumr Quality High '23 Bertairfs Laundry Scotia MEEAIIHQNE "..:'.i'i El - ElAl'l'l0lE El ---------- ------------------------------- ------- ---- ------' --'-.'f- ---- Quality Merchandise Courteous Service l-lansenfl-lunter Co., lnc. Furniture Dealers Phone 3-W Fortuna, canf. Isl.nvnunnuunnununn1nnnnunnnnnnnmmnunnunnnnnnnnnuumnnunnnnnuuumnunnamununnnuunn nnnnnm A blotter is Something you look for while the ink is drying. El..........................................................................,................................................................... : Park Serdviee Station A. W. Goble, Prop. Service W'ith a Smile 5 Phone 45-J Fortuna, Calif. 13........................................,..,.............................................................................................. ........... Teacher: Can you tell me whcre shingles were first used? Student: Yes'm 1 can, but I'd rather not. El..............................................................................................................,................... We Supply the Cafeteria Why Not You? Piggly Wiggly Market Ray Breeden, Prop. Q Fortuna, California Phone 189 El..............................................................................................................................-.................. ......... t'Not so hot!" she exclaimed as she stepped into the ice water. El.............................................................................................................................................. Fortana gZg,.MfJBI7 Garage Glenn Curry Buick and Marquette Majestic Radio E Fortuna, Calif. Page 1 29 I -1-.-1-gi--.1 3 S 5 5-xx F' W RKIEHKNIIMIE c Eh'AI'l'IlllE i nlll llllllllllll llllllll llllllllllll llllllll lllllllllllm Locally owned and controlled Appreciates your business flfk Paid on Savings Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent 552.50 per year ' ...................................................................................................................................... ...........E Miss Harper: "Every thing is just so-so" Csewb. ......................................................................................................................................... ...........E3 Sweaters, Hats, Caps 3 Men's Shoes and Clothing Athletic Supplies, Golf Sundries Smttlt 6? McNeal Fortuna : llllIIlllllllllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIHIIlilllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIE Prof: HG1'6,S 50C if you wash your face. "Keep it Prof. and get a hair cut." mnInnnnannnnummnumnuannnmnuunlnnunumnnnmunmuummuuuml mummEl Q i Garcelon s Candy Factory A. A. Garcelon, Proprietor Manufacturers and Retail Choice Fruits Ice Cream, Fancy Bricks Dealers in Confectionery, Always And Water Ices For Parties Ice Cream, Etc. On Hand A specialty , llllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllltlllllllllllIlllKlllllllllllllllllNYU'lllllllllllUlllll'IllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll:lIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIUIIIIIIIIE Although he drew Well, he was no artist. He was in the side show. ......................................................................,...'El El..................H....................l.................................,.,ul Solis Pratt Marlset : Fresh Vegetables and Fruit Imported Canned Goods New Rio Dell Garage and Serrvice Station - Complete one stop service Groceries Q S Sz H Green Stamps Phone 95 F 01111112 E o'Nei1 xl Wagner, Rio Dell 5 Page 130 A c n-1:-i -.11- EJ . PORTUNA BAKERY The Home of Exceptional Breads and Pastries Special Attention Given to Lodges, Clubs, Banquets, etc. - : Fortuna California I 13,..............................................................................................................................................f...................i.......UE' We know one fellow so dumb he thinks Ford's plant is a vegetable. El i DALYYS Humlooldt's Own Store : Exclusive R C A Radiola Dealers I:-Inn:In1unnununnnnuuunnnnuuuunnnnunnunnnnnmuumnnunnunnmnnmnumnununmnunuun nun'-n Miss Beaber: Why are you so late this morning? Van: School started before I got here. nmmm.inumainnuininnnunnnnumnnanunnunnnInnunmmmmmnmunnunninnannumumnmmuun mmm: '3 13 lL, Si, EAST All Kinds of Fresh Feed and Seed Foot of Second St-By N. W. P. Depot 2 Fortuna, California Phone 137 El..............................................................................................................,...............-.............................................43 'Tll make it hot for you," said Mr. Tarpley as he turned on the steam For Good Service E, Sallady , Fortuna California Q IllIlllulnmnnuunn ,.,.....,..,, ,,,,,,,,,E Page 13 1 I MEEAI'l'l0lE ---- -.......i.......... ............:.......................................mi............................H................................................................ . .................... E51 13 ' Stow Bother Shop 2 .i.......-.i........1..i..-.. lil MEPiAl'I'l0iE El......,.,,..,......,,.,................,,........-...........lmII-Inm-mnH..IU.un.HH..ImH-H..lmH-I...lm-I-.I--...-..m....,.....,.... . Fortuna Hardware GL Plumbing Co. Guns Sz Ammunition Fishing Tackle Tennis Rackets Baseball Goods E HARDWARE S PLUMBING Phone 102 Fortun Miss East: What did Paul Revere say after his famous ride? D. Ingram: Whoal E1.................................,.......................,..,.............'..... .......... .......... Ei nunnununnnunuuunununnummunnununuunnunnunnnunnnunannu.nunnumunnn-nunmnuunuunnnmunnmnnmunun ,f -2 '74 0 T 1 ,LQKBQLU ldlglll ' I Cleaners, Dyers, ll-llorters 5 22 "" I l 3 52 l -E, 1 941 C Street, Fortuna xy, all I Phone 188 l K We call for and deliver E ----:v--u---------1-------------:1---:--- ----vv--:Ivli----ll-I----.----........---............f-..................-.................1........................., ..., El The torrid zone is caused by the friction of the equator which runs round 'Lh earth in the middle. !uInnnnnnnnnnnnummamumuuu mnumuununuunmn nnnmnnn ummm nmuumnu Bensonls ml"ll'llRl3l3 lN UNlE" : Good l.-lots 6 Bzillzioncls 6 Taxi E Phone2-J We Never Close Fortuna iI"""'I" IIIIHIIII "HI Ivlllllllllllfvllll IIIII mlusumuu uuninnmn E ' Page 1 E1 E' Eh'AI'l'l0lB t . umnunnnuunnmnnn nnnnunnumInnnnunumnnunnu E1 Brelle's Garage Service on All Cars Fortuna, California Phone 52-W Innunnnuuuuuunu nnunnnnunnunnnnuuunmnunnanauuuunuunu Tatman: "Is football your favorite game?" Roy Mc.: "No, quail on toast is mine-what's yours?" .. .......... .............. ............... .................................... ..... . ....... ... ........................ .. Each year as we are called upon to financially assist the students in the compilation of the Megaphone, through subscription of ad- vertising' space, we find our stock of merchandise greatly enhanced by the addition of new items, both novel and staple, since the pre- vious "Megaphone" in every department. Our grocery department is especially equipped to supply the requirements of every one. One glance at our display Will convince you and We hope to enlist you as a regular customer. At your convenience. we invite you to visit our store. The Pacific Lumber Company Scotia, Calif. Pa ge 133 I MEh'AI'l'IIIlE 5ag1g , ,, ,i, 4 g .,....1.11...-i--ivy .eg EEAl'l'l0WE - -....... nnummmnnmmnnuuun n-un-nnnnunu A2 '- l,: Q 5 e Q, . .a 1 -. . .. -.-5: few 'f-'ff'1 ,L x.-.LE -1 SL-:E-iZ?g.E, 555.2-En 7-if-, 3. 1 V P' i-5355333 li iii?-E! , -' ' "2-i3Efq l is X iff U - - ya Redwood for Durabdlty ze' ' X Q , is :::- .. . I.,llIIlbSlf' Fr i an As Important as XX 1 V -ZX The New Home's Plans X IN PLANNING your new home, give a serious ' thought to the lumber that goes into it. Years X. of extra service depend upon Quality. For the supporting joists, the flooring, the "xii: trims, the doors-be sure to get the best. mm The added cost is soon forgotten in the longer :K service and greater sa.tisfa.ction you will have. Let Us Help You Soldve Your Building Prolwlems h if We Can Supply You with Anything in the Building Line. 55555555552 fms1ff1se:.': ffaf, The he fs Paetfie Lumber Company lf? j Scotia, Calif. Retail Dept. Phone Scotia QL.. ' 'iN f' li. ........................... - '- Page 135 A '-"-'-.::: MEEAI'l'I0lE You Wouldn't Neglect Your Carff Why Neglect Yourself? After all, We human beings greatly resemble automobiles. Parts wear out and give away. The main difference is that the parts in a human being are not so easily replaced. That means then that we should take better care of ourselves than we do of our cars. U33 qi? Visit your physician frequently. Have a thorough physical examination at least once a year. Keep yourself fit. It is better to keep Well than to have to get Well. You will find your physician thorough, kind and understanding. '73 LQ? Boovmoups Drug Store, llucf. Fortuna, California '6We Are in Business for Your Health" - El Page 1 3L . A g. - ununnnnnnuunmnnnminunnuunnnnnunummnuuu ..., ElAI'l'IIliE --1 -:mum un Your dollars will use .L. I3 3 ........... 3 at the JEWTLER more Cents when used Q , 5 - lO '15C Store NOTHING ovER 496 Fortuna Calif , . Opposite Post Office 5 E Fortuna E E ...................................................431 511........................ hat field '? .............. ..... Why are you running that steam roller over t I'n1 going to raise mashed potatoes. this year. .,. .... ....................... unnumunnunn nn nnnmnumn-nnmunnnnnnn A purchase from your jeweler is an investment in permanent Values. tl K' .lefweler Fortuna Tear-her: Louis, what do vou know about Kipling? Louis: Oh, that's the dried fish you get in wooden pails. to '23 To the Class of l930 '23 Fortuna Laundry Phone 85 . Fortuna Page 1 37 ' T1li......1-1---i- u .HY.mminim.mU..H.nuH-IH...HinI-H---......-n.-.-.uw I3 E.......m...m..-.......mn...m..,..--......-H.. im.. ... ..... ...P Q sroRriN oons - G G k B - Scotia : Gloves, Balls, Bats, Mas s, oxing Gloves, Tennis Rackets, etc. Toys in stock the year round. 2 Kodak Films, Developing, Printing : : John Condessoy Prop' : Fgftu-na Mgtgfgyclg S 5 Fl1'St CIHSS S1109 Repalflllg 5 Phone 22-J Residence 88-J E Honest P15095 Q Fortuna, Calif. Q P. O. Box 201 Scotia, Calif. .........................................................................Ep Q......................H.....................................................E, Mervyn Chambers wants to know if a scrap book is a pugilistic diary ? unnnrnunnnnulnnulnnununnun:-nnunnuuuunnnl:nunun-InnnnunnununuuunlxnnnuunlnlnunInuunullnnlunlnn uuun num O K Restaurant : Good Food Well Served Oscar Halsebo Fortuna, Calif. When do the leaves begin to turn 'Z Ans.: The night before exams. 1numnmnunuunnnunnnnmunmunuunuunnmnumnummuumuu unnunurg STAR l-ICTEL i Open Day and Night A. W. MacDonald, Prop. Fortuna 2 ummnnnmununnnunuuununnuununImmunuuunununum-numnununnunnmmnm 1unuumuummnunnnnnnn When cupid hits his mark he generally Mrs. it. lil E3 Special Ravioli Dinners 2 STATE CAFE lVlERCHANT'S LUNCHES Wildwood California 5 ................................... .............. I Page 138 o MEEAIWIIIHE T i F E5Al'I'I0iE T -1--1-....................i., Qnnnnn nnnuu-Q Notley Bros. Service Station Gas and Oils Tires, Tubes and Accessories : Fortuna, California 1 ......... An independent salesman is one who takes orders from no one. EnI-nmInmmml-IInme1nmimmnIinImmniI-mlIInmnlmII.immm.I.InIHmiI-ImmI.II-HnnuInun-mumn-Imm.....nnmn-mm El Q. Q, Smith Insurance All Kinds E Fortuna, Calif. : Why do you say I have a radio family? Too much interference. anIninmm.mmnmmimmIn-Iim.Hin-mmInlm-IininIInlmmminI--II-in.inniminIInm-mmmmmm mum EI 2 E. .la Dodge Company f Fortuna, California Manufacturers and Dealers in Redwood Lumber House and Barn Specifications Furnished Promptly Quality and Service Guaranteed 5 A. L. Myers, Local Manager Phone 5-F-2 Q That guilty feeling-After accidently drinking a glass of gold paint. xg...............................................................i............................................................................................................. Eg ' Burgess Cash Store Groceries Notions Red Crown Gasoline Sz Oil for Your Auto Magazines and Newspapers on Sale : Rio Dell, Calif. Phone 9 5 Page 139 I 1 1 .W 1 1111. A' . . ,V1 .ly , . f Q 14.5- ' 411' 1 ' x '1. 1" 1 3: 1 .1l' VIN' IV111 1 4 VI' :ll . ji.. 'H .,., 1: . .21 A fy. 16. 11. . 4.1 .. ..1,, A 11 :1 11. .3 .,k. V. ,.1..H . -1 .1 1 ..1 , Af". . 11.11 .1 . . .1 . . 1. .. 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We solicit. patronage from the General Public """"""""""'""' """""" ' "" """""""""""" """" """"""""""""' ""' """" HIIIHH-HETI Mrs. Williams: I'll teach you to kiss my daughterf' Harry G.: "You're too late, I've already learned." um-mm-mmum-I-mm---ummmfnImv-mnIm--mumIum-Imm-I-mlmm-mm ,.,,,,,,,,, Scotia Barber Shop L. D. Hinds Scotia California ' Page 140 f MEPLAI'l'l0lE B MEPLAI'l'I0lE N El'-uQ1nlanununnnmnnnummmmf In num-mum ummm mm-1-'EJ New E Thor Washer and lroner now on display at liortund Blelctrzilc Shop I Two units for the price of one Free Demonstration unnuunn-nun 1nnanmInnunnn-numum-mumn Phone Ei The path of civilization is paved with tin cans. 53..,................................................................................................................. .......El Bloctrtcttl Goods N 'rl'-1 31 -Fld' l ll Toasters, Pereulators, Waffle Irons G, lIiIllmgli.E.gAQE 3 gill always useful and make gfglgelllltrp . llp QUALITY PRESENTS ss L, ls., BRYAN CO., 3 Hardware and Plumbing lj........................................................................................................................................ ..........lj Why does Helge have such a vacant expression? He is thinking about himself. Ennmanummmmmmun'munununmnuImmmnnmmmmmnn1Innnnmnuunum nuun mmnunnn .mlulna Don't Throw Away the Price of a Home E Build und Sdlve See us for free building' helpshplans-material lists and ac-tual cost E l-llutnlmoldt Milling Cotnpuny z Fortuna Freshie: Say Percy, where did you buy that big F. I want to buy one. E................................................,...........,. .. ..-,- ..-El El 'rrrnwnmans Sold Rented Repaired Rental Rates to Students 1 Month 243.00 4 Months 3910.00 Ojllce Equipment Co., E 331 E Street Phone 408 Eureka Page 141 A ...................l..E E ....... ... .... .... .... umnu11ummnmnm:mmmemnnum nmnm,5l Redwood Auto Body 639 Fender Worlcs Wreck Repairing Radiators and Painting 'lt Pleases Us to Please You." 5 A E5Al'l'IOEE is Index to Advertisers AUTO BODY 8x FENDER WORKS El Monte Body Works, Fortuna 126 Redwood Body Works, Fortuna 141 ARCHITECTS Franklin T. Georgeson, Eureka 108 BAKERIES Fortuna Bakery, Fortuna ........ 131 Log Cabin Bakery, Eureka ..,, 113 Roma Bakery, Eureka ............ 114 BANKS Bank of Eureka, Eureka .....,.. 114 First National Bank of Scotia 123 Fortuna State Bank, Fortuna 130 BARBERS and HAIRDRESSERS L. D. Hinds, Scotia ................ 140 Star Barber Shop, Fortuna .... 131 O. K. Barber Shop, Fortuna ..,. 126 Elaine's Beauty Shop, Fortuna 127 BUSINESS COLLEGES Eureka Bus. College, Eureka 120 Heald's Business College San Francisco .............,........ 115 CONFECTIONERS Bon Boniere, Eureka ,............. 110 Delaney 8: Young, Eureka ..,. 108 Garcelon's, Fortuna .............,.. 130 Newell's Candy Shoppe, ........ 125 CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERS Mercer Fraser Co., Eureka .,.. 112 COVER MANUFACTURERS Weber-McCrea, Los Angeles .. 113 DRUG STORES Sz HOSPITALS Bohmansson Drug Co., Eureka 120 Bowmans Drug Store, Fortuna 136 Scotia Hospital. Scotia ......,.,. 140 DENTISTS and PHYSICIANS Dr. Milton Andrain. Fortuna Dr. Francis Bruner, Fortuna Dr. Cain, Fortuna ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dr. H. W. Comfort, Fortuna .. Dr. T. Fleming, Fortuna ......,. Dr. Vernon Hunt, Eureka .... Dr. H. W. Winkler, Scotia ...... Dr. Carl T. Wallace, Eureka .. 126 126 127 127 127 113 126 127 DEPT. STORES, MERCHANDISE Burgess Cash Store, Rio Dell Carlotta Store, Carlotta .......... Daly Bros., Eureka ,,,..,,,,,,-,,,, Hink's, Eureka ,,,,.,,.,.,,,,, A,,,.. Friedenbach Bros. .,,,,,,,,,,,,t-,- - L. C. Morgan Co., Fortuna Parks Bros., Alton ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Smith 8z McNeil, Fortuna .,.... Scotia Merchandise, Scotia ,... John T. Beaber, Hydesville .... Geo. Abraham, Carlotta ELECTRIC SHOPS Fortuna Electric Shop, ..,,,,,.,. FUNERAL PARLORS Hunter K: Wise, Fortuna ........ FUEL SUPPLYS P. A. Hugo, Fortuna ,,,,,,,,,.4,, - FURNITURE and HARDWARE Standard Furn. Co., Eureka Hansen-Hunter Co., Fortuna .. Duck Bros., Eureka ,,..,,,,,,,,,,, , Fortuna Hdw. Kr Plumbing Co. L. L. Bryan Co., Fortuna ..... . 139 118 131 111 109 117 122 130 133 118 127 141 122 126 120 129 113 132 141 FRUIT 81 VEGETABLE MARKETS Solis Fruit Market, Fortuna .... 130 Fortuna Produce Co., Fortuna 127 Page 142 A .-.l.--1--i-1-n-1-- EEAIWIIIE 7 Index to Advertisers GROCERS and FEEDS L. S. East, Fortuna ......... .... 1 31 White Grocery, Fortuna ..,.,,,, 122 GARAGES, SERVICE STATIONS A. R. Chandler, Fortuna ........ 127 Charles Green Co., Eureka .... 111 Rio Dell Garage, Rio Dell .,.... 130 Fortuna Garage, Fortuna .,.... 129 Brelle's Garage, Fortuna ........ 133 Scotia Garage, Scotia ............ 126 Notley Bros., Fortuna ............ 139 Hughes Chevrolet Co., Fortuna 107 Park Service Station, Fortuna 129 INSLRANCE COMPANIES Kerr dz Blum, Fortuna .......,.... 127 Smith Insurance Co., Fortuna 139 JEWELERS Schueler, Fortuna ,.... .... 1 37 Hollanders, Eureka ....... ..... 1 12 Fred Krieg, Fortuna ,............. 137 LAUNDRIES and CLEANERS Bertain's Laundry, Scotia .... 123 New Idea Cleaners, Fortuna .. 132 Fortuna Laundry, Fortuna ,... 137 MEAT MARKETS Fortuna Meat Market, Fortuna 140 Piggly Wiggly Meat Market .. 129 MILLS The Pacific Lumber Co., Scotia 135 E J. Dodge Co., Fortuna .... . 139 Humboldt Milling Co., Fortuna 141 MOTORCYCLE SHOPS Fortuna Motorcycle Shop .,.,.... 138 NOVELTY STORES Stump House, Eureka ............ 110 C. O. Lincoln Co., Eureka ...... 111 Fifteen Cent Store, Fortuna 137 Page 143 OPTOMETRISTS Sidnev Bartlett, Eureka ........ 127 McClure Sz McCreery, Eureka 127 PRINTERS Fortuna Advance, Fortuna .,.. 122 Humboldt Standard, Eureka .. 114 Humboldt Times, Eureka ........ 110 Humboldt Beacon, Fortuna .. 121 PHOTOGRAPHERS and ART CO. Martin Studio, Eureka .......... 114 Eureka Photo and Art Co. ,,,. 127 Freeman Art Co., Eureka .... 119 Swanlund's Studio, Eureka ..,. 112 RESTAURANTS and HOTELS Eureka Inn, Eureka .,.....i,..... 112 Benson's Cafe, Fortuna .....,.... 132 Star Hotel, Fortuna ..,.... .... 1 38 Redwood Grill, Eureka .....,,... 126 State Cafe, Wildwood ............ 138 Kline's Cafe, Eureka ......,..... 110 O. K. Restaurant, Fortuna .... 138 STATIONERS and MUSIC Mathews Music House, Eureka 102 Waters 8: Ross, San Francisco 114 SHOES and MEN'S CLOTHING Buster Brown Shoe Store, Eureka ..,,,.,,.......,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, 113 Arthur Johnson, Eureka ..,..... 108 Sandretto Shoe Shop, Fortuna 126 Scotia Shoe Shop, Scotia ..,..... 138 Wildwood Shoe Shop, ...,c,,,,,,. 118 The Toggery, Eureka .,...,.,,.,, 120 Gunderson's Bootery, Eureka 108 TYPEWRITER COMPANY Office Equipment Co., Eureka 141 WOMENS FASHION SHOP Worcester Shop, Eureka ...,.... 127 A i MElAl'l'l0lE ----- Friends of Mine ' Page 144 MElAl'll0iE i""""--- Friends of Mine A--...i 'W4!"' 'ffl 'JW' " 1 ,.1 I , up .. , I ,, w '-fv' .. . .up V. - 131' , L 'X' ' 1 rm, mt, 4' W? .u., ,--x:g1':g1'f 1 1 ,gk 1 r 1, 'Q NP.-:K - v p A ' f , '.. ,-1-vw, . ., 1 . x I If 'V , ,--. 1 -4 ,. r ., nk 2 I N , - ,.' 1, 1 . , .- Wm .. 1 ' V' ' 1 gp uf, r if-K - VW- Tj' ' xIk'2,'1i, . 1 ,' eh 'fi ' v Nm! , pw' 'V v .nf . ,,,.,H, X:-1. 4. . 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' --- - --1 - --..--l'.-:---1 -,x 1 :.,-,:.., -,,, FN. ,...,-. :.- ...- -jf I-.3--.-, .I:.i-J,-5,..:i.,., .,z,.: 1.1.--..: A, -A ., - ElAl'l'I0lE v - Z . A. , Y, .. V . .. ..,.-TW Arcata Union High School E-I'l'I0l I A W ,,-..,:.-,gf . 1 f , MA 2 mm... mn.-.1.,':g. 'j3:1. ,V 'W ,. t , ,1..f,,,, -5- vb" . .. :mm-I 2--:fav':'s'rf?:f2ks.fEw.s:'-:.3s:::. -4 , ., f ' 'Fil -' V? W HS' Page 11 Eureka Union High School EPLAI"l'l0lE A 1 K sa. sm. ' South Fork Union High School Page 12 EAl'l'lIllE M' Page 13 N Ferndale Union High School ElAI'l'l0lE Q-, ,.., ,, Fortuna Union High School Page 14 EEAI'l'l0l ,N , w Qpwi ,U ' .61 'F E935 S ' i':Qf1J Q,a,qfJ X - T ' ' ,' 5' "" Q" " X 3 fo M .' ' ,J' .5 ' .2 'y-Q f . i X' ,-,uf-'W sX--F-:1,'1.f'- , 1,1 f. , ,,..p--:L V- , 3 1 A'1Q,fAg1 5Af" : Qg,.2v""1'.:'ff ,Q ,,,,- 'ff' o, 3 5 Y K W .. Q 5 1,5 -. ,. I Q 4 N 5: 'rdf ,, i V 'ff ff Q iw ' 1 ' -if ,.- .--""" ! , : ' :- iff Q ,,----"""'i Q? V ,, , .lil Ill' I , in ll' 6 -'I-,.. 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What was true in 1881 is equally true today, therefore it is very fitting that We should give some thought and recognition to the educational opportunities to be found in Humboldt County today. Every citizen and resident of this progressive County may justly be proud of the schools that have been built up, and of the standards that have been set up in these schools. ' Today there is no one in Humboldt County who is left without educa- tion. Schools are provided for the child, youth, and mature person. Classes in English are provided for the foreign born. Vocational classes are provided for the adult who did not have the opportunity to attend school during his youth. Thus Humboldt County has met the challenge of Mr. Winthrop and provided in a splendid way for all. The value of education is brought to us very forcefully in the words of Horace Mann when he says: 'iliducation alone can conduct us to that enjoyment which is, at once, best in quality and infinite in quantity." G. J. Badura. Page 17 I Thyra E. Alving Journalism, English Bernice Beaber Office Secretary Harriet H. Bowker Mathematics Robert E. Damon Physical Education Areta Everson Cominercial Subjects Alberta W. Gatton Spanish, Library Eh'AI'll0lE Rowena A. Beach Physical Education Dorothy L. Dale Music E. Marie East History Helen M. Ford English, Dramatics Helen T. Harper Sewing, English I E Page 18 1 Mary E. Hornaday Art, Music George K. Jenner Agriculture Robert L. Look Farm Mechanics Erma B. Schwab History 1 Lyle W. Smith Agriculture Page 19 EEAl'I'llIlE -..-. C. V. Hendrickson Foods, Cafeteria Fred M. J abusch Woodwork John D. Kegler Science David T. Ray - Science, Commerce Violet L. Shulsen English, Latin R. H. Stenback Commercial Subjects x A 75 '9 .5 , , P 1 N 'I k , V 1, . L 'Ls v 1 f I l MEI'-AI'l'lIllE Girls? Reszt Room . gg.-g. Art Class is A Stage Craft P O Chemistry ME5AI'l'l0lE Biology Page 21 Typing A f r rr MEEAI'l'lIllE Library Poultry Class Ofjice Practice I A Pae i Cooking Class ElAI'l'l0iE - .11l.1. li Sewing Class Page 23 'QTIQII Clclfetevzia A --1: MEEAl'l'IOBE Woodf fwovik Amo Shop Boiler Room P 4 A ..... EViAI'I'I0lE ........... Mr. Beaber Mr. Newell Mr. Bender Mr. Luther Mr. McCloskey Trustees Through the efficient management and willing' guidance of the trus- tees, the students of the Fortuna Union High School have a school which ranks foremost among the schools in northern California. The last few years this high school has been expanding into a more prosperous and up to date school with many practical and interesting courses of study. Two new tennis courts were erected on the school grounds this Year, thus making it possible for more students to enjoy the out of doors and the game of tennis. In addition to these efforts on the part of the trustees as representa- tives of the taxpayers, the students are grateful to the citizens of the dis- trict for the loyal support they have given the high school in all the games and musical and dramatic productions that were given during the year. Mr. F. W. Bender of Scotia took the place of Mr. H. L. Klass who re-I signed. The other members of the board of trustees are Mr. J. T. Beaber, Mr. F. P. Newell, Mr. J. J. McCloskey, and Mr. F. W. Luther. Page 25 I ElAl'I'lIllE Mr. Badura Mr. Stenback Miss East Mr. Damon Miss Beach Executive Council The Executive Council is one of the important administrative bodies in the school to the Principal. This Council is responsible for the improve- ments made in the different courses of study, advisory Work, and some changes in the office rules and regulations. The members on this year's council are: Mr. G. J . Badura, Principalg Mr. R. H. Stenback, Vice Princi- palg Miss Marie East, Dean of Girlsg Miss Rowena Beach, Girl's Physical Education Directorg and Mr. Robert Damon, Dean of Boys. The Council gives suggestions to the Principal for bettering and con- ducting the school life of the students. One of its most important duties is to make decisions on school problems and school policies. Under the supervision of Miss East and Mr. Stenbacli, the advisory Work Was Very successful this year. It was interesting and beneficial to all the students. The aim of the Council is to see that every student receives the best that the school has to offer him, and that his school life will be a benefit to him. I Page 26 MElAl'I'l0lE Top row, left to right: Devov, Layton, Moschini, Belloni. Bottom row: Mclieown, Buxton, Belloni, Miller, Hinds. Student Council Student Government is one of the new and important plans being tried in the modern school today. This is the first year that the Fortuna Union High School has adopted the plan, and it has been very successful. There are nine members on this council: The Student Body Presi- dent, Ralph Buxtong the Girl's League President, Lucinda Hindsg the B0y's League President, Percy Millerg the G. A. A. President, Gertrude McKeowng the Class Presidents, Frances Devoy, CSeniorJ g Marian Layton Uuniorj 3 Mary Moschini, fSophomoreJ 3 Wilson Belloni, fFreshmanJ g and one student selected from the Student Body at large, Maxine Belloni. The Student Body President is the presiding officer. Student problems are brought before the student council who hears the case and decides upon the form of punishment. Working on these problems teaches the members of the Council responsibility. It teaches them to use their own judgment in making decisions and this training will help them when they are out of school. Whether a student succeeds in life's race for success, prosperity, and happiness depends entirely upon his own industry and initiative. Page 27 ' ,1 - - -V-gf 5-4, J: 5' I H L A N fn. ..,I7.y-1 '1 d,,g,...i, ..,v X X I. 1 ' I1 9g A , 1 , - , I'-. It N , V ,, .U Y 3' HS 'K 9 T . I 0, A U I x 4 ,, x ' , ' 1 ' 1 1. 4 1 1 1 . 1 ' -' I . 1 f -'-- 41 1 1 P? 4 w 0..1 ' Y-.L r "A 1 1 vm HM . " J - ',v I lp ., . 1 ,,1?..' '1 a 1 1., r ,,1 , . . 1 'vv 1 1 Wx. .il z ' ' Y ' Y , 4 ' l 'Diff fl. L . ' 9 4 A ' I:Il.l 1 5' I ' 'j .' ' 'Zs 1' 1, Vl- :T 4 . 1 1- 1,1 ' .n 1 I . 1, L , ., I, , -' V.. , Mk . ' 1 A 1 , 1 X, ,.U,,,,.e, ' ' 1.,, ' A . 1 , Qs"..'1 1 -1 .. 1 , , , , .1.. 4 , . 1 .,- . ., ,11.,.I1,,,i , ,-1. 1 . f..- V .I V,.Kn. -, , I WV me html" fb mi 11 A I f f W.J.M. I flummmnm 'IJ . 1 X v . 1, v '.,', ul L f-H ,w u 0 f 1 - ' .- I . , .mx ll .,v' Ml' 5 .155 I' ,EQ Ju. I" J! H51 .an ,uf I "4 . 3. .1 . '. v r 41 .,, ,. , 1 X f ,, '." . , f f' : 4,",,1,. 1 'UL V1 n V ' X 'Wi r 1' ,yy I , 1 'I W" 1 Q . - M . ' ' gn 4, , . . x 'QW '. X ' a'..A'f'..n 'Q . V +51-1 , mum , .Y mac' 'f, -19' vv-1' MQW J. I 14,-' v .V Hx" . Q '--9,3 1. "7 :J 1 . no 'K I IN .f , ,.1 .,,, ., 3. ,.,, w 'r.xg.'., -',.'.-if J ' ,,d:f'w .1 lm- H' ', ' 1' -X -'i IK., an , f 31: H. f" f 3, , Q.. YA Fs1?y'..k-,I I . YU- 1, ,. 0 h Loy. - . 4 Fr'-dir" Y' 'Q " M. 11 .Q .HMV Y ,. l-iii-l-1-1 EEAI'll0L E Frances Devoy Percy Miller Esther Bianchi Aldred Blaudhn Cecd Cox Frances Devoy Senior Class President Percy Miller ......... Esther Bianchi Aldred Maudlin Evan Dixon ....... Cecil Cox ............ Cooper Gould .. Vice President Secretary Treasurer Yell Leader and Song Leader Advisory Board Member Sergeant-at-Arms Elvin Reback ............................................. .. Boys Athletic Manager Our senior year is at an end And we are feeling blue, We've worked as hard as any class And to Fortuna "Hi" We're true. We'll miss our classmates when We leave, Freshies, Sophs, and Juniors too, Our teachers who were kind to us And helped to get us through. And when We go on life's broad Way We each and-all, will try, In a noble way to represent, Our dear Fortuna "HL" Page 29 A Agnes Anderson "Were that there were more like Agnes." Kenneth Barlow "And why is it a sin for me to sit and 9:1 grin Edna Beaudette "Of a good beginn- ing cometh a good end." Charles Beacom "Let the world slide let the world go." Maxine Betger "Good to be merry." Ell'Al'l'l0k A Arthur Baldry "Ten tho u s a n d great ideas filled his mind." Carmen Alward "What some invent, the rest enlarge." Angelo Barsanti "A good worker and friend is Angelo." Maxine Belloni "Leave it to Maxine and it's done." Ralph Buxton "A man of hope and a forward looking mind." Page 30 Esther Bianchi "Bright was her face with smiles and words of wel- come and kindness." C. Christensen "Patience is the best remedy for every trouble." Una Bryant "She has a mind of her own." Evan Dixon "As a leader Evan is there." Mary Burton "Better dead than out of style." Page 31 EEAI'l'IIllE ll- Mervyn Chamber "Happy am I, from care I'm free! Why aren't they all con- tented like me?" Evelyn Boehne "Sincere not in word alone, but in deed." W. A. Dinsmore "No man can lose what he never hadf' M. L. Burgess "Genial faith still rich in genial mood." William East "A jolly good friend." A Cecil Cox "How lady like, how queen like she appears." Cooper Gould "A noble aim faith- fully kept, is as a noble deed." Lois Gow "Though defeated she could argue still." Gerald Grinsell "His ways were ways of pleasant- ness." Helen Hawks "Blue were her eyes as the fairy flax, her cheeks like the dawn of the day." ElAl'I'l0l - Frank Gianoni "If words were a wind what a cyclone he would be." Frances Devoy "Her friends they were many, her foes were there any?" Thoret Griesback "A penny for your thoughts." Mary Gusmeroli "Patience is the very best remedy for every trouble." Chris Hansen "Thought is deeper than all speech." Page 32 A Lottie Hayden "I'm sure care is an enemy to life." Cedric Jasper "All things are less dreadful than they seem." Mary Hine "I will do my best." Guy Maxwell "Nothing hinders me nor daunts me." Donna Ivancich "Lots of pep- that's her rep." Page 33 ElAl'llII E i l l i A Dale Ingram "A silent, shy, peace loving man, he seemed no fiery partisan." Lucinda Hinds "Ever thoughtful kind, and un- t1'0l1blEfl.H Aldred Maudlin "His pleasant way, won for him many friends." Alyce Hoffman 'fWhat's amiss I'll try to mend, and endure what can't be mended." Roy McKay "Happy go lucky, was Mickey's mot- to. J! .iii-i-.-1-1-1: Ellen Lasell "Here is a busy, but carefree girl." Percy Miller "His good deeds were numerous." G. Mclieown "The very pattern girl of girls." Carol Osburn "A youth of quiet ways, a student of old books and days." Muriel Reynolds "Happiness seems made to be sharedf' MEEAl'I'I0lE Bruce McCloskey "The man who blushes is not quite a brute." Elizabeth Lytel "Elizabeth is a good friend to have." William Oliver "Second thoughts are ever wise." Blanche Patton "I never fuss, get fussed, or am fuss- ed. n Helge Paulson "A true friend to the true." Page 34 A Merle Rowe "I'll not willingly offend nor be easily offended." Archie Reed "The past at least is secure." M. J. Sodernian "Dignified as any senior should be." Frank Standley "I dare do all to be- come a man." Mary Tosti "Serene, resolute, and still calm and self possessed." Page 35 EEAl'I'l0k A Elvin Reback "His heart was in his work." Velma Rowe "A faithful pursuer of her studies, and a congenial friend to her classmates." Donald Scott "Nothing is impos- sible to a willing heart." Holyce Scruggs "She has a smile that wins." Leonard Stillings 'iWhen in athletics he was in his glory." Austin Reynolds "There is nothing like taking life easy." Earl Tatman 'tThere are thous- ands of would be Babe R'uth's, but only one 'Peanuts'." Lennette William "A sincere student and friend is she." Alex Thomsen "Not a word?" Bruno Trione "Merry as the day is long." ElAl'l'I0lE A lone Wescott "Some come, some go. This life is so." Verda Wescott "Without the door let sorrow lie." W. M. Thompson 'tThere's music in the air when Wood's around." Orvella Wilson "Surely never did there live on earth a girl of kinder na- ture." L. W. 'Windbiglei' "He set his heart upon the goal, not upon the prize." Page 36 ElAI'l'I0lE Marian Layton Margaret Layton Elloise Chase Selma Wise Bernice Rasmussen Junior Class Marian Layton .......................................................... President Margaret Layton ..... ......., V ice President Elloise 'Chase ........ ...... .......... . . . Secretary Selma Wise .................. ...............,..,.......a...... T reasurer Bernice Rasmussen ........ ....., A dvisory Board Member Victor Weisel ..,..........., ,....................,... S ong Leader Mae Stowers .,.......,.......,.............................. ,..... Y ell Leader Page 37 The Juniors' ship is sailing 'Neath a flag of blue and White. With Good Will for our captain, We'Ve conquered all our hardships, And our goal is now in sight. W,e're on a four year's journey To the port of Work and Play, And there We'll help each other As we did in high school days. In one more year we'll leave our ship, The good Fortuna High. D. G. A .V 5 Lk. . 1. 4 giftpbngg 'ffl :'f5?L.V2-We, 'ffrf if +"s'4'lAn5-iii LM- - "WL"?'fG- 2' gf. V f 4f3if,3W 1' -an-1 f .- . , . 1-' 1' "' . m fs- ,fgffm -:V- 5- ' 4 .- fy, mg L f gi.-,aw . ,., ,, -.L .I Z, . , .J-f' . ffl' 'f . 5111---'fain .- -5- sy... . -.-zu-fy ',5,.j'-wf."' '- . 'f' " 1 ,. 'fn ,ms .' -' M - 351521 :eg Q! ,QQ -4 L iv .'.,1'!..,I- g',',1v K , -.wi W --l g. 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V 1 v. :1,,j,, I .MFW-, ', . Q., '-1,3 . . 4,"'.3i ' 1, 4 4. mil, , . ig,.l.....,......... EViAl'l'l0lE i...l1.--lT1--1 Anderson Baxter Bender Boyd Brandt Carter Bruga Cirby Burnside Cook Dolnilligliilli Chase Early Child Evans Cirby Davis Goble Dexter Gulliksen Early Hanson Hauck Ewan Holt Farmer Jones Grigsby Hinds Ifambert Holmes Lowrey HuHtS1' Lytle Page A EEAIWIIIY ilil..-1 1 'Sf Q "??ii ffW?f' ei:-f 2 12 1 . 5 - 1 ' - K? , f . ,, ,i W i , ' - 4, ,- ' . 'S 0 f- 9. A 'A 4 -- f ' ' f '7 fV A f V W -' - ' - - X f f f X -X f , .1y5,-,ir-v, I ' X -.VV, W ,k.,,, - V -' X X 1 J .Q..iQs.4., - . ,. . . ' A ,- X f l-1' - - X ff if X 41 X f ' V , ' Q W .A 1 - , wg ' if A , ez, - W -- aw - f, , ., ' - , A - ui sl n -n --l - f X Q. Q Q - 1' fx' ' l it xx. 1 ' - , f 1W, ,fi xt, , , if xt W ,W ,N of ,Aw W ,, ,AM 'X t V, , ,, f ef- X- ' .'V ' - . - if - --- - Q A l If - 4 -4 3 1.-: 1 if - -. 21-5 . vj- -t .Y -x -. ' 2 A T' ' 'W la .- ' f i mlm - 5' ' i fs In P 2 l 4 AV Q i :lfz , A- ' A- f ,,- 4 W W Q A. H " ff Nxg, -yu ! X - NX g - X f" "" "'Q"'Y , Y ,:1.. Q Kohinka Mizulo Layton MOON OyROll1'kE Layton Pa-:ker Lowrey Phillips McMillan Samuelson Martinez B. Shreeve Minor Stone Nielsen Thompson O'Connor Travis Rasmussen Weisel Rhoades White Ross Page 39 Maple C. Shreeve Quigley Windbigler Wise Malloy Stockton Stowers Walden White 1- MElAl'l'lIllE Mary Moschini Vernon Nicholson Mary Anderson Lena Docili Goldie Baxter Sophomore Class A 5 President Vice President Mary Moschini Vernon Nicholson ...,. Mary Anderson . Lena Docili .....,.,. Goldie Baxter ....., Lowell Swett ....... Carl Godec .,,.... Secretary Treasurer . ,,,,. Advisory Board Member Boys Athletic Manager Sergeant-at-Arms Edith Reback ,..,,. .......... ........ . ...r.... . Clinton Gould .........,......,,...........,......... .........,.,..... Y ell Leader Take a chunk of knowledge, add a piece of wit, A wish to go to college, of mischief just a bit. Then stir it all together and you will find The far renowned Sophomores. The Seniors are good, the Juniors fairly middlin', The Freshman must be taken in As all green things should be. But if you want to see a fine, good class, The Sophomores beat all three. Song Leader Page 40 A M EAI'l'IOYE Swett, Alexander, Haapala, Gallagher, Chandler, Docili, Kjer, Cobb, Berry, Web- ster, Bullock, Chase, Branstetter, Bushnell, Clark, Santarini, Wilburn, Mr. Ja- busch, Eisner, Martinelli, Harvey, Smith, Lowrey, Happ, Coke, Perrott, Larson, Carlisle, Garcelon, Myers, Curren, Smith, Baxter, Smith, Boggs, McGovern, Stewart Evans, Thomas, McLean, Miss Bowker, Edson, Belushin, Smith, Larson, - Carter, Pedrazzini, Gill, Bravo, Moore. is Pedrazzini, Scheppler, Rhoades, Wood, Newell, Smith, Hawks, Anderson, Langin, Gianoni, Bronson, Nicholson, Cottrell, Miss Beach, Moore. Rudlen, Jones, Re- back, Miss Harper, Moschini, Boehne, Hescock, Mizulo, Aldrich, Hufford, Bis- conner, Watson, Miss Everson, Godec, Scott, Hill, Bianchi, Gouthier, Heckman, Lutje, Miller, Farmer, Felt, Williams, Peterson, France, Curren, Docili, Max- well, Lipscomb, Mhalone, Hansen, Souza, Wilson, Peterson, Rovai. Page 41 I E5AI'l'l0lE VVHson BeHoni George Hugo Richard Buxton Ruth Anderson William Notley Freshman Class Wilson Belloni .........,.,.............................................. President George Hugo .......................,...........,.,........,,,... Vice President Richard Buxton ..... ............... S ecretary Ruth Anderson ...,... .....,,.-,.,,,.,,, T reasurer Elo Cacci ......rr...... ,..,.,. S ergeant-at-Arms June Thompson .................................s,,.........,...... Song Leader George McNaughton ..s......................................... Yell Leader There are paths that lead to everywhere, On land, on sea, and in the air, To those who find the unknown ways, The World a hero's tribute pays. The freshmen with the greatest care Are finding them for all to share. They'll work through all the years to come Until their glories they have Won. Through sophomore year and junior too They'll Work for their dear White and blue. And when at last their trials are past They'll rate the first and not the last. M. F. Page 42 EPiAl'l'l0H Jeffers, Jarvis, Thomas, Blakeman, Dungan, Mattson, Ivanc-ich, Hazelton, Lozen- sky, Moore, Flocchini, Baxter, Gunnerson, Bernard, Peterson, Notley, Moore, Miss Schwab, Peele, Mahan, Paine, VVilliams, Dillon, Hayden, Grove, Lytel, Martin, Giusti, Gragg, Holt, Johnson, Miss Shulsen, Silva, Brenner, Crabtree. Twitchell, Del Carlo, Rovai, Notley, Fulniore, Anderson, Polach, O'Connor, An derson, Patterson, Hansen, Barnes, Nicholson, Langlois, Reeves, Cacci, D1 io, Mortenson, Murphy, Carlson, Griesback. Basil ,Wg ,, f- hd 'iiwrw l f Hs, Miss Dale, Miss Hornaday, Bryant, Anderson, Gusmeroli, Fitch, Hunter, Ashburn, Brambani, Jones, Epping, Durnford, Osburn, Moore, Myring, Mr. Smith, Field- en, Chism, Belli, Ritola, Look, Crabtree, Barnes, Perry, Hawks, McCoy, Grigs by, Gunnerson, M. Cox, Wright, Ambrosini, Day, Peterson, Stansberry, Wilson Malloy, Mr. Look, Maki, Belloni, Burns, Stevens, Bravo, Jeffers, Thompson 1 9 Simmons, Matthieson, Vinum, Olsen, Coke, Grill, Buxton, ton Hamen, Cox Davis Langdon, Pond, Hugo, Hutch- I inson, Ross, Wright, McNaugh- "' u ' - - .. "3 'wwf' l-f'f-f -. M2--' '.7":'-fv,,,w1-',- - .. . .. .. I, .L I- ATL -qi r 13 -,MP-hr 1 ly-M., ' i ' "W 1 '.-1 '- K . , . rn vu: S-MVB..-1 m.igv,-lF'J::,lf5. - mfw AY, :. ,' " M. Q -gc Uni. ,- " 1-V.. ,.-, f 1-. MSU. LA M W ,, W- 7 yu . U, Jgu.-J, 1, , ' ' ' " -.we,Qi?'."' ff" .- .- 'r ,W 1, 4 ww 1' ., - xy 44 . -. I, .4 .rl ' ,.,:fm, ,U U .,. . " "H .we ., , "Lyn -'M .., 1 W '. 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The Fortuna Union High School is the first in northern California to adopt golf as a regularly accepted part of the curriculum. In preparation for this sport, which bars none from participating, Coach R. E. Damon took a summer course from a professional golf instruct- or in the Oregon State College and has been able to give the fundamentals of the sport to more than forty students and memlg-ers of the faculty. The board of trustees authorized the build- ing of a cage for driving practice and the construction of a green for practice putting. With a little practice, the stu-tlcnts found themselves able to play a fairly good game, although no sensational scores were turned in. The golf fans became so enthusiastic that a team was chosen to play South Fork Union High School with the result that Fortuna came out the victor. 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V 1 v. :1,,j,, I .MFW-, ', . Q., '-1,3 . . 4,"'.3i ' 1, 4 4. mil, , . MElAl'I'l0lE Back row, left to right: Lytle, Bender, Mizulo, Phillips, Miller, Malone, Buxton, Coach Damon. Front row: Gulliksen, East, Dixon, Trione, Hugo. Golf As a fall sport, golf took the Fortuna Union High School athletes by storm. With frequent contests, this interesting game proved to be one OI the accepted pastimes of the school athletic program. With a few exceptional players, Coach R. E. Damon was able to make up a team that downed South Fork High School players with a total of 354 points to 396. In this contest, Dort Gulliksen turned in the remarkable score of 89 for the 18 holes, and Evan Dixon was close on his heels with a 92. Bruno Trione and George Hugo also finished far ahead of their op- ponents. In the 18 hole class tournament, Dixon barely nosed out Gulliksen by a three point lead after two extra rounds of six holes each had been played. This tournament resulted in the seniors winning the interclass competition with an average of 111.8 for six holes, the juniors were second with 44.8, the sophomores, third with 48.5, and the freshmen averaged 51. In the putting contest, Dixon again came out the Winner after defeat- ing William Moore, runner-up. Moore won the right to play Dixon by de- feating Percy Miller, while Dixon defeated William East in the semi-finals. I Page 46 MElAI'l'I0iE .,..- Standing, left to right: Standley, Scott, Jasper, Coach Damon, Pond, Beacom, Wood. Kneeling: Mahan, Cirby, Tatman, Myers, Gulliksen, lntra f Mural Soccer Fifteen groups of boys from the seven gymnasium classes entered the first intra-mural soccer contest which covered a period of one month. The contest developed into an exciting series of games that drew large crowds of rooters to the athletic field. The classes were evenly divided and every boy in the school was given an opportunity to play in at least one game of the season. Each team was given a name that identified it, such asp Gclden Torna- dos, Shinkickers, Invincible Terrors, Trojans, Bone Crushers, Musketeers, and Gray Frogs. The Gray Frogs team proved itself superior to the others and captured the intra-mural soccer contests in four games by defeating the Oregon Mists led by Roy McKay, the Pirates captained by Elvin Reback, the Mus- keteers under Olindo Martinelli, and the Road Hogs piloted by Paul Lo- zensky. The scoring ability of the Gray Frogs was featured by the playing of captain Earl Tatman, Vernon Girhy and Verne Woods at the forward posi- tions, the long kicks and fast footwork of Terry Myers and Dort Gulliksen stopping many of the opposing teams' scoring attacks. Page 47 I 1l1 1l-1... EEAl'l'lIlYE " ' Zag:-w 52-1::1:z::,f:fs:2.-:4an-1-1::r111zz:55:-:: I 2 ,W , 6 -me -. 9 a -. .. -f f ", 4 , 5,4 fb ,P v.-If -.429-Z - '- A ' ' F635 -' A.. qF":"-I-1 Y-I-1-115-3'?5'i , 5a'5g:PS3I'9ELf: 2. 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W ',.-pagers,-i QQQNQSQ.-wx wsxxzgv X, - Vx- ,- as .gg pg ii is i WE is Trione Stillings Barsanti Jasper Gulliksen Basketball Len Stillings' scoring ability in the forward position and his team Work made him an easy choice for forward on the all county limited basketball team. He was captain of the Blue and White midgets, and was a big factor in the Winning of the Northwestern league championship. Bruno Trione's record for making points in league games was not out- standing, but he made opposing players look out for themselves when trying for goals. Cedric Jasper played his first sea- son of basketball this year, but he made all county center on the second team. His record shows up next to Stillings' in high scores. Angelo Barsanti worked the ball into scoring territory with a skill that was hard to overcome. With his de- fensive playing, he earned a place on the all county first team. Dort Gulliksen surprised many op- posing forwards on their Way to the basket. He always seemed to be in the right place at the right time, and his work in the defensive position won him all county second team honors. I Page 45 MEEAl'I'lIlL Ei""'....::.1' uster Standing, left to right: Coach Damon, Belloni, Jasper, Stillings, Newell, Barsanti. Kneeling: Standley, Gulliksen, Trione, Edson, Mcliay. Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Runner up Limited Basketball 20 ....,,,..,.....,.....,...a .. .vs a,,.F.ua.....aua.....,..r..,.,.. Eureka 10 15 .,,,.r... .,,...... V s u,....u.u ..,.,ul, A rcata 20 17 ..,..1,,. ,.uv,. v s .,.. ..,. ...r,.., E L ireka 15 35 ,........ 1,,.laaa. V s .... .... .... . . Arcata 15 35 ......... ,...,1a11 v s ,.,......... . .l.... .Ukiah 23 18 ....,r.,... .,.,,..a,.,....a.. w 's a,,.,.aa,....,......,,..........,... Napa 19 in the northern division of the north coast section of the C. I. F. limited basketball league! Playing on a strange court against op- ponents who know the court is a hard task. but the plucky Fortuna teani came within an ace of winning the title. The ganie ended at the end of the extra period with a 19 to 18 count in favor of Napa. Next to the Napa game, the game with Eureka on the Red and Green court was the most thrilling exhibition of fast basketball. Fortuna and Eureka were nip and tuck? throughout the contest and only luck made the score 17 to 15 with the Blue and White on top. Establishing a record for size in rooting sections, the Fortuna Union High School sent a large group of students to all the out of town games. The supporters for Fortuna numbered more than two l1Ll11d1'Sd at the Napa game. Page 4 9 A ElAl'l'l0lE Unlimited Regulars Gerald Grinsell's Work at center did not result in his being a sensational scorer, but he was able to Watch his op- ponent on the defense and start many of the Blue and White offensive plays. Ralph Buxton played his first sea- son of basketball this year, but he was one of Fortuna's biggest threats in the guard position due to his ability of Working the ball up the court. Earl Tatman was the most consist- ent forward on the team, being high point man for Fortuna in all but one of the four games. His standing in the county league Won him a position on the all county second team. Barton Travis' playing in the Arca- ta game was the backbone of the team. He dropped them in from all angles and kept the Arcatans on edge the Whole game. John Mizulo in the back guard sta- tion Was able to break up the opposing team's plays before they could score, and his ability to get the ball away from scoring territory kept his opponents fighting for the ball in every play. ' Page 50 e Q-l,..-lil E5AI'I'l0lE Standing, left to right: Coach Damon, Thomsen, Grinsell, Mizulo, Godec, Pux ton, Windbigler, Kneeling: Reback, Travis, Tatman, Gianoni, Scott, Packer. Unlimited Basketball Fortuna 11 ...,ao, .... . vs ,..a..l ..lo., Eureka 29 Fortuna 13 ......, ...u,. V s ,,.,.., ..a,,,u. A rcata 18 Fortuna 10 ....... .l.... v s uu...u. ......,. E ureka 34 Fortuna 13 ...,.,.,.................u.... vs .........,..,...........,.,..l.. Arcata 9 The Fortuna Union High School unlimited basketball team was not oustanding this year, having but one victory in the four games played. The Eureka team overwhelmed them in both contests, but in the Arcata team, Fortuna had an even match. The squad non one of the two games played with them. In both Arcata games the Fortuna team was ahead at half time, but in the first game, the team was not able to hold its own and Arcata ended five points in the lead. In the next game, Fortuna was able to hold their rivals and at the same time run up the score above the danger mark. The Eureka heavies, with a string of veterans back in the running, were able to keep the Fortuna team from contesting seriously for the championship, and they were not defeated in a league game until they met the Santa Rosa champions. Page 5 1 I MEEAI'l'l0lE Left to right: Dominighini, Swett, Souza, Cobb, Lipscomb, Gould, Coach Damon. Limited Track For the seventh consecutive time, the Fortuna Union High School limited track team captured the Humboldt-Del Norte meet. Fortuna, Ferndale and Eureka alternated in the lead throughout the meet, but the final results put the Blue and White first, Eureka second, Ferndale third, and Arcata fourth. Event Record First 100 ................ 1 0.6 ......,...,,... Brightman .... 440 .............,.. 59.6 .........,.,... Joe Daly ...... 220 ,,,,........,,, 24.4 ....,.,....... Brightman .... Pole Vault .... 9'9 Pi ". Shot put ....... 38'3 'ii " ........ 4v H High jump ..., 9 ,,,,. Dominighini .......Hemenway.. Clark ............ 120 l. h ......... 16.6 ............... Clark ............ Broad jump..17'4 lk" ........ Cameron ..... . Relay ............ 50.6 ..,........... Eureka CFQD QED QFQJ QFD KFJ CED QFD KE! Second Souza ............ Souza ............ Oak ..............., Von .........,,...,, Gillardoni ...... Mattson... Joe Daly. Souza ............ Fortuna QF! CFD KAP CED KA? KFJ CFD GFP Third Oak ................ Brown ........,... Cameron ........ Hemenover .... Cobb .............. Lipscomb ........ Mahan ....... Mahan ....... Arcata CAD KAP U35 KE? IFJ CFI KET KEJ Page 50 A .- EP2Al'l'lIIlE K Standing, left to right: Paulson, Oliver, Mizulo, Packer, Griesback, Grinsell, Thompson, Martine-lli, O'Rourke, Coach Damon. Kneeling: Gould, Trione, Thompson, Jasper, Dominighini, Tatman, Stillings, Myers, Dixon. Unlimited Track llflay 25, 1929 With Eureka and Arcata high schools far in the lead throughout the meet and ranking first and second respectively in the end, Fortuna was able to rank third in the five-cornered Humboldt-Del Norte track meet, while Crescent 'City and Ferndale placed fourth and fifth. Event Record Pole vault .,.. 10'6" ............ S80 ,..........,,.,. 2:11.3 .....,..... 100 ..,..,......,.,. Discus ........... 101l'3" 440 .....,........,. 50.9 .........,.,... ,- 120 h. h ..., ..l6.o ..... ..... . High jump ..,. 5'6" ,-,,, ,,,,, . Mile .............. 4 :5-1.6 ......,.... Shot put ....... 39'11" ....,..... . 220 ............,... 22.4 .....,........ Javelin .......... 149'9" ......,. 220 l. h ......... 27.2 ,,,.,......... Broad jump. 19'2E2" ....... , Relay .,..,,,.,.,, 1 :3S.8 ......,.... Page 53 First Massey .......... Simpson .......... Massey .......... Timmons ...,.... Paulson ...,..,... Cooper l....,... . Holm ........ Wolford ........ Abrahamson.. Cooper .......... Grinsell .......... Johnson .......... Cooper .......... Arcata KE? KE? KE? KA? KF? KA? KE? KA? KE? KA? KF? KE? KA? Second Third Dominighini KF? Hemenoveit. Wolford ...... KA? Burnside ...... lioerner ...... KCC? Brightman .... Townsend .... KA? Mizulo .,,..... .. Spann .......... KCC? Simpson ...... Johnson ........ KE? Ford ............ Stuart .,........ KE? Koerner ....., Patenaude .... KA? Thompson .... Little ,.,..,...... KCC? Ross ............ Caviness .,,,.. KE? Moore ....,..... Koerner ...... KCC? Fasullo .....,.. St. Louis ....., KA? Hash .Y.....,,... lxrohn .......... K A ? Hash ............ Dolf ..1.....,..... Eureka KE? KFQ? KF? fFe? KF? KE? QA? KCC? KF? KCC? KCC? KE? KE? KE? Kovacovich.. KE? Crescent City - ElAl'I'l0l ' Standing, left to right: Coach Damon, Swett, Larson, Cacci, Rovai, Godec, Lo- zensky, Silva, Barsanti. Kneeling: Souza, Martinelli, Gianoni, Lowrey, Stillings, Mcliay, Travis. Baseball Fortuna Union High School baseball players worked under a big handi- cap this year. The first game was played the Week after basketball sea- son closed giving no time for practice games. The other schools of the county all had more practice in team games, but With a list of eight veterans, Coach R. E. Damon was able to shape a team that was not beaten by an outstanding score in any game. The pitching of Roy McKay, southpaw tvvirler, was greatly improved over last year's record, his big stock of curves and d1'ops and his almost perfect control of the ball made him one of the features of the Humboldt league. With the exception of Joe Silva, the first string players had baseball experience in previous seasons: Roy McKay, pitcherg Joe Souza, catcher: James Lowrey, first baseg Len Stillings, second baseg Olindo Martinelli, third baseg Barton Travis, shortstopg Frank Gianoni, left field 3 Julio Rovai, pitcher and center fieldg and Joe Silva, right field. Page 54 EEAl'l'l0iE Left to right: Coach Damon, Trione, Barsanti, Maudlin, Stillings, Hunter, Dillon, Burnside, Docili, Miss Beach. Tennis . The 1930 Humboldt tennis tournament was held in Eureka on May 17 and the Fortuna players did their best to win the championship instead oi tying for first place as they did in 1929 with Arcata. Last year, Bruno Trione won the boys' singles championship for For- tuna for the second time, and Lena Docili won the girls' singles champion- ship. The three Fortuna double matches were lost last year. Len Stil- lings and Stanley Bowers, boys' doubles, Mary Anderson and Zelma Burn- side, girls' doubles, and Helen Cottrell and Charles Beacom, mixed doubles. were other members of the Fortuna team. Preparing early for the 1930 tennis tournament, Fortuna high ar- ranged dual tennis meets with Arcata and Eureka high schools. At Ar- cata, Fortuna lost the first team meet three to two, but the second team Won by a four to one score. Fortuna won the first team matches three to two from Eureka, but dropped the second team contests four to one. Page 5 5 ' 'IHIIPX .Q u f .. 1 ,u I H, ' v I 'The Bdegaphone 1930 , r 1 ,. ' 1 , f , BL, GN , , wI'1'!'L' ,IMF r V' ,nx- JH Am, ,. .f ,U ,nj , -.-, 5. .Ny , NIV." ' nr. 1 wx ., A! f' C ,, , -:A I v f - QL.. '- I a1i- fMEPLAI'l'l0lE A A Gertrude Mclieown Zelma Burnside Eleanor Hinds Miss Beach Donna Ivancich Girls' Athletic Association Gertrude McKeown ,..,,,.......,.,....,.t,...........,.............,.. President Zelma Burnside ....... ....,.. V ice President Eleanor Hinds .....,.. ,............ S ecretary Donna Ivancich .......... ,...., C heer Leader Miss Rowena Beach ..,..,.,,.....................e,.....e..............., Advisor The Girls' Athletic Association uses a point system in making awards for active service. For a champshionship team, 125 pointsg first team, 1005 substitute, 755 second team, 503 substitute, 25g also 100 points for every solo dance, and a point a mile for hiking. When a girl has earned 600 points, she is given the G. A. A. "F", and when she has scored 1000, she is given a large block "F", The senior girl who ranks the highest in athletic ability, sportsman- ship, leadership, scholastic ability, and character, is awarded a White sweater with an "F" on her graduation night. This is the highest honor given by the G. A. A. and is the goal towards which every girl strives. I Page 56 ,1i, EPLAI'I'l0lE - 1'I",M L2 LD' ,,,.,S . F ' Y.-. " ll f Back row, left to right: Nielsen, Boehne, Grigsby, Child, Gow, Kohinka lVlis Beach. Sitting: Docili, Ivancich, Burnside, Mclieown, E. Hinds, Rasmussen. G. A. A. Cabinet Gertrude McKeown Zelma Burnside ...., Eleanor Hinds ,.,.. Donna Ivancich .,,,.. Dorothy Grigsby Bernice Rasmussen Marian Child ..,.,.....,, . Hazel Kohinka ..,..t, Donna Ivancich ,,.., Mary Nielsen ee,. Lena Docili ,e,,i Lois Gow ..e...,r President Vice President Secretary .. Cheer Leader Hockey Basketball Volley Ball Baseball Dancing and Tumbling Hiking Tennis Track Ethel Boehne ..,.,..e....e. c.iei..ee,.,...,e.........eee...... . .. Horse Shoes "A sport for every girl, and a girl for every sport" is the slogan of the Girls' Athletic Association. This organization was established aitei in ter-scholastic games were abolished. It endeavors to promote good health and a gi'eater interest in outdoor activities. The G. A. A. was organized two years ago by Miss 'Carol Chapman former physical education instructor. It has been growing steadily evei since. Page 57 Ae-as ElAl'l'lIllE gg- Y"-f--- "" - 2 .. .,N, . i Left to right: Miss Beach, Brandt, Quigley, Hunter, Layton, Burnside, White, Holmes, Stowers, McMillan, Cirby, Grigsby, Nielsen, Chase, Lowrey, Farmer. Hockey Hockey was introduced for the first time this year and proved to be a popular sport. Keen interest was shown, with 60 girls participating in the double round robin. A great deal of skill and ability was shown in the various teams but the Juniors proved themselves the best all around team by winning the nia- jority of the games they played. The champions won 125 points toward their G. A. A. "F" and sweater, while the other first team girls won 100 points. The season was successfully concluded with a luncheon at which the hockey honor team was announced. This team was picked from all four classes and was composed of those girls who showed the best team-work, skill, sportsmanship, and leadership during the season. They were: Le- ora Hunter C. F., Katheryn Coke R. I., Hadie Quigley L. I., Donna Ivancich R. W., Dolly Del Carlo L W., Ruth Lowrey C. H., Blanche McMillan R. H., Dorothy Grigsby L. H., Alice Hoffman R. F., Mary Nielsen L. F., and Or- vella Wilson, G. K. I Page 58 1-li-- 1 Left to right: Smith, Hawks, Anderson, Rasmussen. Archery Nock, draw, aim, loose, and the arrow speeds through the air into the bull's-eye! Archery, the sport with a pull, was introduced last year for the first time in the history of the Fortuna Union High School. It has come to stay. The present equipment consists of two bows and twenty-four arrows. However, it is so fascinating a sport, that many of the students are hopin that with increased interest, more equipment may be added next year. Some of the archers were so interested that they brought their own equip- ment, and practiced at noon. An inter-period tournament was held in the spring. Keen interest was shown by the students and visitors, who crowded the lines. Next year the inter-class tournament will be held in the fall during hockey season. This one will far surpass the other, because the followers of Robin Hood will have had one year's experience. Page 59 ' E5AI'l'I0lE -i-- EEAl'l'lIllE Standing, left to right: Bianchi, Cox, Miss Beach, Anderson, Williams. Kneeling: Patton, Gusmeroli, Reynolds, Bryant, Soderman. Basketball Basketball, "the best liked sport of the year," drew more interest than any other sport. More than 100 girls went out for the various teams, and keen competition for the places followed. The 80 girls who finally won positions had to work very hard. At the end of the double round robin, the Juniors and Seniors were tied for first place, making an extra game necessary. This game was played before the entire student body. The Seniors Won the championship, with the Juniors taking second place, and the Freshmen, third. At the end of the basketball season, two honor teams were chosen. The girls making the first team were: Forwards, Zelma Burnside, Hadie Quigley and Blanche Pattong Centers, Sarah Twitchell and Agnes Ander- song and Side Centers, Muriel Reynolds and Amy Anderson. Those girls making the second team were: Forwards, Helen O'Connorg Helen Scott, and Dorothy Cokeg Centers, Marion Child and Astrid Olsen, and Side Cen- ters, Beulah Waterman and Selma Wise. W I Page 60 EEAPIIIDHE Standing, left to right: Simmons, Lewis, Ashburn, Hayden and Alexander. Sitting: Grove, Brenner, Notley, Perry. Volley Ball "A place for every one and every one in her place," along with "keep your eye on the ball," are the two things that make volley ball an exciting game. It has grown f1'om a slow, easy going game into one requiring as much skill, technique and hard playing as basketball. The object of the game is to keep the ball volleying back and forth mg the net without letting it go out of bounds or touch the floor. The fun begins when two teams, equally matched, keep the ball going back and forth over the net from ten to twenty times. Last year the volley ball season was not held during basketball season, as in other years, but followed immediately afterwards. This system was much better because it gives all of the girls a chalice to participate in both sports. At the beginning of the season inter-period tournaments were held, with every girl in school playing on a team. These were followed by an interclass tournament, in which the refereeing was done by the girls. Page 6 1 I crm., EEAPIIIIH Q ei lid" Left to right: Reynolds, Hinds, E. Hinds, Anderson, Boehne. Dancing Why We Dance "For rhythmic sense of action free We dance. To make life what it ought to be We dance. We dance to bring us sweet repose From cares of day, and troubles lose, So that we come at last to peace We dance." There is not, and there never has been a race of people in the world who have not had some kind of a dance. Dancing develops a sense of rhythm, grace, poise, security, and music appreciation. Dancing has been taught for three years in the Fortuna Union High School, and classes in natural, clog, and character dancing were held. Tap dancing was introduced last year which caused more girls to take a greater inte1'est in dancing. One hundred and twenty girls tried out for the Dance Drama given in May. The Evolution of the Dance was the theme of the drama. This program carried the dance from its beginning to the present day includingg Grecian, minuet, Country ballet, clog, character, imitation, tap and Cho1'us dancing. ' Page G2 - ......-. EEAl'l'l0lE --l I we .Y We W, . .Y ..-,,, ll t 2. it in' ml . Standing, left to right: Scheppler, E. Smith, Mizulo, Lutje, Hufford. Sitting: Chandler, Farmer, Rhoades, Miller, Happ. Baseball With the coming of spring and the desire to get out in the open comes the world's most popular sport, baseball. Just what is baseball and why is it so popular? There is a certain thrill that comes f1'om a game of baseball that is not felt in any other sport! For example: There is just one inning left of an exciting game, the score is tied, and every girl is in her place, alert and waiting. The referee whistles! The pitcher puts a few over, and the game is on. Batter up! Over comes the ball, straight as a die, and is sent by a hard hit between first and sec- ond. Safe on first! The next girl knocks a fly right into the shortstops hands, caught, and out. Two more hits, and all bases full, then another out. What can the next batter do? Strike one. Strike two. Ball. Now what? This one tells the tale. Wham! There goes the ball away out in the field, it's a homer for sure! A fumble-in the outfield. Come on home! All in with four points just by one hit, and the game is won-that's baseball. Page 63 I 3-'3" 2: 1 I I ,Jiri :III II' ' -H U -'SL-if 1--If IX' YI I I.. " " in . Xi",.W'-L-JA'-Xlf"' - . 1 I 4'-5'-,WA I I 1 4. . I -J . 'W , Q :s. I ll. -Ilqiiflnaqu. II Inmhi 4 II-.ff II uf! ?..I:IIIIiI il . I I I +1-I-5.J.e',:,I'.4gIs 1 --gf -f-uv '-Tfligi'-.r ' '- -I . -Q, Il, I" X --Y".+- ' ' K-9'.', ' '4 " , I. . ' 'L ' ' ' 0 ' 5 gif. "QM A 'n V '- 'f-QL" 35 ? 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'v Qi' 1 , vf L--3 A 1' -37 Y ' It: ?L.q,A IF 'lp' 1' 1 41 , Q.3.,J.3 , , 5 ElAI'l'llIlE Page 65 Seal Bearers of the California Scholarship Federation Maxine Belloni Evelyn lloehne Lucinda Hinds Donald Scott School Honor Roll Angelo Barsanti Maxine Belloni Evelyn Boehne Cecil Cox Lucinda Hinds Elizabeth Lytel Marian Child Eleanor Hinds Seniors Gertrude Mclieown Elvin Reback Muriel Reynolds Donald Scott Frank Standley Lennette Williams Juniors Mary Nielsen Bernice Rasmussen Buford Shreeve Sophomores Ethel Boeline Emma Felt Carl Harvey Leona Hill Amy Anderson Marjorie Brenner Dorothy Coke Charles Hazelton Dorothy McGovern Vernon Nicholson Helen Scott Paloma Smith Freshmen Alexander Ivancich William Notley Harvie Patterson Mary Polach A EEAPIIIIHE -1-i1 1 Ralph Buxton William East Gertrude Mclieown Donald Scott Edna Beaudette Student Body Qflicers Ralph Buxton .......,.......,..........,................................. President William East ....,......, ....... V ice President Gertrude McKeoWn ....,. .............. S ecretary Edna Beaudette .......,... .,.... .... ...............,... T r e asurer Donald Scott .........,.....,.........,.......,............,. Sergeant-at-Arms A new lettering system has been the largest and most important prob- lem attempted by the Student Body during the year 1929-30. It is sin- cerely hoped that the new system will be just, impartial, and prove a big success in the future. The rooting sections of the Fortuna Union High School Student Body proved themselves to be the most enthusiastic in Humboldt and Del Norte counties this year. They made a Wonderful name for the school by hav- ing a rooting section of more than 200 at the Napa vs. Fortuna champion- ship game held at Napa. The Student Body play, "A Prince There Was," presented in the fall semester was very good and the operetta, "The Golden Trail," given in the spring semester was one of the best productions ever put on by the For- tuna Union High School. I Page 66 ElAl'I'l0lE Hack row, left to right: Mr. Stcnback, Mc-Keown, Layton, Cox, East, Notley Beacom, Buxton. Front row: Beaudette, Moschini, Devoy, Baxter, Rasmussen, Chase, Miss East Advisory Board Student Body Officers Ralph Buxton .At.....,.,..,..At..,...........,...,...............,.,...o, President William East ...e.,......... ., ....... Vice President Gertrude McKeown ,i..... . ....,....... Secretary Edna Beaudette ......e.. ..,..........., T reasurer Donald Scott ................................,........u....i. Sergeant-at-Arins Elected from Classes Cecil Cox ...........i...,.......................... ....uu........ ,u...., S e nior Bernice Rasmussen ..,...... Junior Goldie Baxter ..,..... .... S ophomore William Notley .... .........,. ....,.. . . .. ..,............. ,.u..... li 'resliman Elected from Student Body at Large Marian Layton Mary Moschini Frances Devoy Charles Beacom Elloise Chase Faculty Advisors Miss Marie East Mr. Raymond H. Stenback ge G7 I ..., n1g MEEAl'l'l0YE Standing, left to right: Harvey, Nielsen, Child, Reynolds, Belloni, Shree-ve, Wil- liams, Scott, Miss Gatton, Cox, Reback, Malone. Sitting: E. Boehne, E. Hinds, Ethel Boehne, Smith, Hill, L. Hinds. Scholarship Society First Semester Second Semester Evelyn Boehne President Cecil Cox Eleanor Hinds Vice President Helen Scott Marian Child Secretary-Treasurer Edith Reback A bigger and better Scholarship Society was the aim of the society's members this year. An outstanding growth and interest was the result. and many new members were admitted into the society. Two meetings a month were held: a business luncheon the first Thursday in every month, and a regular business meeting on the third Thursday of every month during the advisory period. Cn the night of February 18 a party was given for the new members, and the Excalibur members were special guests. The party was held in the sewing room of the high school. Daffodils and acacia bloom created a colorful spring atmosphere. Dancing and games furnished the enter- tainment for the evening. The ushering for the student body play, Christmas play, operetta, and for the Tuesday morning programs was under the direction of the Scholarship Society. ' Page GS -l ElAI'l'I0iE ,Cir-:wi Standing, left to right: Jasper, Scott, Gould, Buxton, Dixon, Christensen, Jones, Reback. Kneeling: Woodcock, East, Trione, Ingram, Weisel, Beacom, Paulson, Shreeve. Excalibur Club First Semester Second Semester Helge Paulson President William East Charles Beacom Vice President Donald Scott William East Secretary Charles Beacom Cooper Gould Treasurer Helge Paulson "He who seeks to serve others, best serves himself." The boys who compose the club have lived up to their motto faithfully. Junior and Senior boys with high standards and good grades make up the member- ship of this club. Every Friday the club members hold a luncheon in the sewing room during which time a speaker is heard or a short program is given. In the fall semester, the Excalibur club went to Eureka to visit the Eureka Ex- calibur club. Much valuable information was gained from this visit and the spirit of fellowship among the boys was further developed. The greatest event of the spring semester was when the club received its pins. These pins are of yellow gold, made in the shape of a shield. In the upper left hand corner is the Excalibur stone with a sword in it, which is the symbol of the club, and the words "Excalibur Club" written on the right side of the pin. Page 69 I P? ..'27l1Z'!'H"""Y"KFL'ztiv'-B ."'1.v,1g i 1i M, lAl'l'lIlk E L Standing, left to right: Rasmussen, Devoy, Brambani, Belloni, Mclieown, Cox, Layton, Miss Hendrickson, Child, Boehne, E. Hinds. Sitting: Coke, Nielsen, L. Hinds, Early, Anderson, Aldrich, Reback. Khan Tola Club Lucinda Hinds ...,,.,.......... ..,.,.. .,.. ..,.,,...,..,............ P 1 ' esident Elloise 'Chase ...... .. Vice President Frances Devoy .,,..,. ...... ..,....,. S e Cretary Bernice Rasmussen ,..,, .,.,.....,.....,.,.,...,........ T reasurer Marian Layton .,.,...,.,. ...., . Corresponding Secretary Mary Anderson .,.,,c,..,..,...... ,.... .,,.,...,.,,,.,..... C h eer Leader Miss Constance Hendrickson .....r, . ..s.,.,..i,.,.,,......,....,., Advisor The cabinet members of this club, of which every girl is a member, are as follows: House Beautiful, Marian Child, Transportation, Virginia Early, Publicity, Evelyn Boehneg Finance, Eleanor Hinds 3 Social, Gertrude McKeowng Clean Up, Zella Aldrich, Membership, Maxine Bellonig Decora- tion, Mary Nielsen, Hospitality, Edith Rebackg Program, Cecil Cox: and Sick, 'Catheryne Coke. Pep, vigor, interest, cooperation, and sportsmanship-these are the factors with which the Girls' Khan Tola Club Worked this year. A Hal- loWe'en Hi-Jinx in honor of the Boys' League, an Oddity party, a Mother's Tea in honor of the mothers, an advisory program for a Tuesday morning' assembly, and a chest for Mexico were some of the interesting things they planned and carried out with great success. Page T0 ,,... .l.......-..- EEAl'l'I0lE SQNQ-Mi? Left to right: East, Miller, Mr. liegler, Maucllin, Gianoni, Dixon. Knights of the Blue and Wl1ite Percy Miller .,.,., ....,.,,,. P resident Aldred Maudlin ,,, ,-,-,---,- V ice P1-esjdent William East .,ii., ,.... S ecretary-Treasurer Charles Beacom s..... Sergeant-at-Arms Evan Dixon s..,s.... s..... ..,. S o ng Leader Frank Gianoni r....r,,,...,.r,....,...., ,sss,,sss..............,..,,. X 'ell Leader The Knights of the Blue and White, as the Boys League is called, is a large organization to which every boy belongs. The meetings this year were very interesting and of value to everyone. Along with the work they carried on, the boys did their share in pepping up the players of our limited and unlimited basketball teams with rallies and songs. The boys planned and gave a "Father and Son Bust," which combined the interest of the fathers and sons in the school. At this bust the fathers were entertained by an exhibition of boxing and tumbling which was part of the program. Besides filling a chest for the children of Mexico, the league planned an advisory program, and a return party for the girls of the Khan Tola Club. Page 71 H' ff 21' 1 J'-f..:'.4., ---g..i .....f ...Q W -' ,.s,.-.L.,,.,. :a.asns.1:Q.,ma : EPiAI'l'I0l ' :Q --an Standing, left to right: Stillings, Travis, Gianoni, Rovai, Grinsell, Miller, Mr. Kegler, Buxton, Miller, Paulson, Tatman. Kneeling: Dominighini, Cobb, Gulliksen, Martinelli, McKay, Trione, Clark, Myers, Souza. The Big "F" Club Ralph Buxton ...,.,................. ...ll .... ............,..... P 1 ' esident Gerald Grinsell ..,,, .....,,,....... V ice President Leonard Stillings ..,. ...,. S ecretary-Treasurer J, D. Kegler ,,,,.,.,, .,,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,..e,ee,, ..,..,....,, F a culty Advisor To promote athletics and develop good sportsmanship has been the goal of all the members of the Big HF" club. The club was organized early in the school year with the membership being limited to boys who had earned a letter in some sport. The boys of the club arranged and held a track meet for the grainmar schools of the high school district on May 17. The track meet proved to be a big success and it is hoped that the custom of holding such an event will be continued in order to build up athletics in high school by having incoming freshmen interested in sports. The members of the club adopted an official belt buckle upon which the individual members could have engraved the symbol of their favorite sport and their own class numeral. I Page 72 i1n MElAI'I'l0lE Back row, left to right: Maki, Bushnell, Anderson, Cirby, Lozensky, C. Gould, Cook, Berry, Wilson, Hansen. Third row: Mr. Jenner, Cox, Gunnerson. Pedrazzini, Langdon, Thomas, Johnson, Davis, Walden, Swett, Wilson, L. Peterson, Mr. Smith. Second row: Mortenson, Durnford, Wright, Curren, Travis, Gianoni, Souza, Carter. First row: E. Peterson, Coleman, Bravo, Peale, Ross, Barnes, Chase, Baxter. Future Farmers of America Barton Travis .................. . ......................................... President Ernest Curren ...... ...,......... V 'ice President James Lowrey .... Secretary-Treasurer G. K. Jenner .........................i.................. , .,..........,.,..r.r Advisor The Fortuna chapter of the Future Farmers of America, a national high school agricultural organization, was formally installed this spring by the Arcata high school chapter to take the place of the former Junior Farm Center. Taking an active interest in the agricultural affairs of the state and county, a judging team was entered in the Pacific Slope Dairy Show at Oakland, a representative team was sent to Los Angeles for dairy and dairy product judging, and delegates went to Sebastopol to the state convention of the Future Farmers of America. The Fortuna Agricultural department won both the junior and senior division exhibit contests at the Humboldt County Fair at Ferndale. The Poultry judging team took first place at the Poultry Show held at Fortuna. Page '73 I ,1g.1 -i - The Megaphone 1930 Volumne XXIV will scnnllr X ei mm p feifii. Q gfffusocxmwx Published by the Student Body of the Fortuna Union High School Fortuna, California ..1.. ElAI'l'l0ll:1 Nm.. 6, ,- Back row, left to right: Simmons, Samuelson, Souza, Harvey, Peterson, Barsanti, Hansen, Silva, Anderson. Second row: Wilson, Del Carlo, Jeffers, Notley, Williams, Davis, Belli, Barnes, Olson, Lasell, Rovai, Bianchi, Miss Everson. Sitting: L. Crabtree, C. Crabtree, Rowe, Anderson, Dexter, Holmes, Anderson. unior Chamber of Commerce Orvella Wilsoii ........ .......,...,.,..,....,.,..........,,.............,. P resident Velma Rowe ..... ..,ee....... V 'ice President Agnes Anderson ..e,,.................. ..... ...,, S e cretary-Treasurer Miss Everson-Mr. Stenback .i,,....,.,.....,.ee....,,............ Advisors Although it has only been organized since last September, the Junior Chamber of Commerce has become one of the foremost clubs in school. The object of this organization is to work on the development of the county at large by making helpful suggestions to the Business Men's As- sociation. The business men, in turn, give suggestions to the students and this 1'esults in the formation of a close bond between the members of the club and the business men. During the Christmas season the members of the club assisted the business men by relieving them of such simple work as sacking candy for the children of the community, and decorating the 'Christmas tree in For- tuna. At various times, members of the club have gone to the Business Men's Luncheon and have given talks on the activities of the Junior organization. This keeps the business men in close Contact with the school and increases their interest in school activities. ' Page 74 ........ M EAl'I'IOL E -----W Fourth row, left to right: Chism, Shostak, B. Smith, Moore, M. Bryant, Williams, Bronson, Devoy, Betger. Third row: Nielsen, Grove, Bruga, F. Baxter, J. Smith, G. Baxter, Maple, Minor, M. Hawks, Polach, Thompson, Gusmeroli. Second row: Brenner, Heckman, Layton, H. Hawks, McLean, Gouthier, K. Hawks. First row: Cottrell, Griesback, Branstetter, East, Wood, Trione, Maxwell. Footlights Club Helen Hawks ............,..... .... ........... ....................... , . . President Marian Layton .... ,. Vice President Vivian McLean ...,.., Secretary Una Bryant ..................... ......................................... T reasurer The Footlights Club was organized a year ago under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Beck. The activities of the club this year have been under the supervision of Miss Helen Ford, dramatic instructor. Any student who is interested in dramatics may be a member of this club. The purpose of the club is to create and present good drama before the school and public. At each monthly meeting this idea is carried out in the program. In carrying out this purpose many plays are read and criticized. In addition, a program is furnished for the meeting by a group of individ- uals selected each month by the program committee. The popularity of the Footlights Club is evident in that it has one of the largest club memberships in the school. Besides being large in num- ber the club has the reputation of being one of the peppiest groups in school. Page 75 I ElAI'l'l0 5 Art Club Back row, left to right: Cox, Mizulo, Moore, Thompson, Miller, Miss Hornqday. Front row: Wright, Bianchi, Rudlen, Ritola, Coke, Scruggs, Hunter, Tosti. h Pep Club Back row, left to right: Betger, Kjer, Wilburn, Smith, Perrott, Boyd, Bram- buni, Ross, Dexter, Holmes, Aldrich. Third row: Jeffers, Brandt, Ashburn, Grill, I. Weseott, Hayden, Look, Day, Perry, Hescock, Gow, Soderman, Watson, White, Mr. Ray. Second row: Moore, Pedrazzini, Paine, Stowers, Gusnieroli, M. Rowe, V. Wes- cott, Martinez, Beuudette, McMillan, Quigley, Gunnerson. First row: Griesby, Stewart, Lowrey, Helen O'Connor, H. O'Connor, Hayden, Ivancich, Hoffman, M. Cox. ' Page 76 11- EEAIWIIIL E sx'X-, , -' . - - , Q-3. .1 ,g,E.-,x- If xt ',l ::. , 5.,, egg., V 'N ---'f ---vw -'--- M- -------- --M-we---k.-...-.....- H .. ' N 1 A ..'4'1,, f .-,wi ,, , - - , ji , ,.., . . . .v . mv Y-me 1 Fm 'N' vwsw -Vwmwn ' ' L '- ..., g , . 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Sitting: Rhoades, Fielden, Gregg, Petersen, Stephens, Burns. Page 77 I EEAPIIIIL E Back row, left to right: Hazelton, Reeves, Belloni, Jones, Hauck, Mr. Stenback, Dungan, Malone, Notlev, Ross, Chambers. Front row: Woodcock, Patterson, Hugo, R. Buxton, Hanson, Epping, F. Mattson. Fish and Game Club David Nielsen .... .....,.. .......,.,,..........................,.......,., P 1 'esident Wilson Belloni ......,.... Vice President Jay Jones .......,,... ..,, S ecretary-Treasurer R. H. Stenback .,.l,., .,,...,,.,,,.......,.,...,.......,................,... i Advisor Since its organization in this school two years ago by Boy Scouts in- terested in the conservation of natural resources, the Fortuna Union High School Fish and Game Club has more than doubled its membership. The Work of the club has had a practical value in teaching boys of high school age the recreation that may be had in hunting and fishing in Hum- boldt countv. The sense of sportsmanship at all times in pursuing natural game has been brought into the club's program. Educational meetings on various phases of hunting and fishing have added to the interest shown. Guns, dogs, fish, and birds are some of the subjects that have been studied as regular work in the meetings. Each member of the club is assigned a talk for one of the meetings of the year and is given the privilege of attending the meetings of the Eel River Valley Fish and Game Club, which sponsors the high school club. ' Page '78 -ill-l1, 1 MEEAI'l'l0L E JIf,,.f . ' iffy: T za is VKX, Back row, left to right: O'Rourke, Carter, Gallagher, Lytel, White, Gow, Re- back, Jasper. Front row: Mr. Jabusch, Alward, Langin, L. Hinds, E. Hinds, Chase, Rasmussen, Soderman. Photography Club Cedric Jasper .....,..........,....................... . ................... President Eleanor Hinds ........A... ..,.. X fice President Bernice Rasmussen .,... ........... S ecretary Mr. F. Jabusch ....,............. , ....,...........,......................,... Advisor In the fall of 1929, students who were interested in taking pictures and working with cameras, organized the Photography club. The mem- bers of the club studied cameras, and the correct method of using them. The art of developing and printing pictures has been carefully studied and practiced. The outstanding work of the club members has been to take pictures of objects and people under various circumstances. They have planned to go on picnics and hikes so that the members may carry out their work more fully. They must be ready with their cameras at all times. Through actual practice in taking pictures and developing them the club members hope to overcome the common faults of amateur photo- graphy. Page 79 I EEAI'l'l0lE - Maxine Belloni Lucinda Hinds Megaphone Staff Maxine Belloni .,,,. Eleanor Hinds ..,,... William Moore ...... Percy Miller ...,......, Gertrude McKeoWn Dorothy Grigsby Edith Reback ..r..,. , Marjory Fulinor ..,r Donald Scott .....,.,. Mary Nielsen .,.., Cedric Jasper ...., Marian Child .. Lucinda Hinds ...... Mary Moschini ,,,,,, Evan Dixon .,..... Leora Hunter ...c.c. Bruno T1'ione .....,,. Literary Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Art Editor Assistant Art Editor Senior Class Junior Class Sophomore Class Freshmen Class Boys' Athletics Girls' Athletics Snaps and Jokes Music, Drama, and Society Business Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Circulation Manager Advertising Advertising Margaret Layton ,,,i . .ccvccc,cccr,,,..,.,,.. ,,,,,ic,.c, A dvertising Advisors Miss Thyra Alving .,,..,,...,. i..cc............,,...... L iterary Advisor Miss Mary Hornaday ..ci.,....,.,.,.i,,,c... ,..i.,,,,.,,, A rt Advisor Mr. Raymond Stenback cc,.... .,,.,,, F inancial Advisor A Page 80 Eh'AI'l'lIllE E. Hinds Scott Hunter Layton Page 81 The Megaphone Staff Moore Moschini Jasper Mclieown Nielsen Miller Child Dixon Reback Trione Fulmor Grigsby Miss Alving Cox Miss Hornaday Mr. Stenback A . lAI'l'IIIEE Fourth row, left to right: Williams, Hoffman, A. Anderson, Layton, E. Ander- son, Bryant, Brandt, Hayden, Moschini. Third row: Stewart, Simmons, L. Grigsby, I. Wescott, Wise, Fulmor, Matthiesen, Burgess, McLean. Second row: O'Connor, Grove, Wescott, Bianchi, Anderson, Perry, Bartlett, Williams, D. Grigsby, Coke, Lytel, Shostak, Brambani, Smith, Vinum, Bren- ner, McCoy. Front row: Kjer, Miss Hornaday. Girl's Glee Club The Girls Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Mary Hornaday, has been increasing in popularity each year until this year there are forty-one members enrolled. The girls learn three and four part songs and their voices increase in harmony and quality as the year progresses. With Janice Kjer as president and Ruby Heckman, Katherine Coke, and Agnes Anderson as librarians, the Glee club has become very well or- ganized and has won a reputation for having a lot of pep. After the try- outs at the first of the year the best voices in the school were selected. If the girls have talent their glee club Work will bring it out. The girls made an excellent showing in the operetta, "The Golden Trail" and in the Christmas Calitata, "The Christ Child." They pa1'tici- pated in other events including, the Poultry Show, the Music Festival at Arcata, the Mother's Tea, the School Exhibit, and the Baccalaureate ser- vice. I Page S2 -


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