Girls High School - Journal Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

 - Class of 1922

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'ir iii HE JQURNA Tublisbed by the CLASS OF DECEMBER 1922 GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL SAN FRANCISCO THE JOURNA "Published by the CLASS OF DECEMBER 1922 GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL SAN FRANCISCO fer I . r, A 5 tix Ji -. .lv ' A ,.wL ' 1. 1, . J IA, .-5 . .- B. uni ' 1 ,. -YH V - -'24 '4 1 - ..-. ,-ty.-1 5: -,-, 1--,"'-sf. 1 JH- 'fy . My- ., . . .1 .4 2- ""' 1- "T -f .-1 Leif-. "L- J, -ga. J-, ' 'I-'Wg In I ,A G., .4 ,Uri ,- " .il K 5, A Y ,H Y ,v M " "'F" i ..' '.. ., A . I x .. ,A ,, . , U, X, . A ,. 'ln' - ef.. v .. i A ,W 1- .3.,,-s,.,. ., , , -4 1 ,,.,.., .. . ' --1 K. - '-1-ii" K' f'v' 'E 'f 'f--,-.1 ' -5- 15 Q J 'M y54,,.Q,,4":,? EL, " Q 1 -f ggi- gf: CH, v-,tTi.i5. -,i V ,- Y ., I VY , :w.Z. :4 FV? F. .i -' 4,-,w:'1'.' -Q- s Q- .::--, 1ff1ze,.,1,,f- ' ' ' " - -f ' "' 1.-.C-'7'."' 1 , :gg-1.1 ,k.,.3..,-'+V f-:..-,,+...f.-',- V. Q- , , . v.. 4 A - . fa , Q Njzg, " Q' -J . B , 'K,,. Q ' L ,'-,' 'IQ' "' 1, T-' -,V - ' 1- I-. :,", ' 'ff-i': .':' F :iff-4-,f-5 41 " A wig El ,-g g ff - ' 2'fii ' :.i f'i N,1Jf",'g-13 F - i ' N - P f VL gr ' : mr ,fa .4--,,--1-.Lf-,:, . A' .- ,v L:-:j.. -,- , g LL L .Quia pfirfi- '- ' -' . 1.1 f'EIwE:f,:I Q. -. Behicateh in gllliisz Qtheline 5-W. Qlrnglzmh To one whose patient kindness won from us A true appreciation of her work, We dedicate these memories of the days When she was with us, when her guiding mind Unveiled the souls of poets to our eyes, And made our hearts throb with a glad surprise W'hen we ourselves caught gleams of that sauna li ht r Which writeri cast upon the unlit world-- Her faithful toil, her sympathy, the sight Of her calm visage and her thoughtful brow Instilled within our hearts the confidence That she was one who dreamed, and hoped, and wept,- And now that she has left, we know full well We are the better for her influence. We feel that 'mongst her group of present friends Will rise that veneration of her skill, That love for her that led our hearts to swell In deferential homage to her, still. And we shall hope that there may be a part Reserved for us within her gentle heart. -B. M. P. June '23 .r,E.lewz- - K , THE JOURNAL fx , .f 1g"'i'gW X' .7-1' 4: 4, WR 5 U55-. YQ' S ,. 1 , ,' DPW f 'WN fig'- P' !lV'?'?n5iE55ffi527fg' ik' " fy ' anr 1-:Q '7CiQF'I55':?!i2'-'f' 3 -'QS T gif 1: ,. . X F n.nE-7L?L3?,1-wg.Z'- -N gnu,-.li 271.gif -IT E 5 r f ?J if z -xr A :2E '111V , T ? -f' ' 4 2 EQ f W W0 W- 9 RW- f owl fr 'Q K! I? j v N, ,Q ri We-.rsnmv Dedication . . , . .......... . . .page 3 Farewell from the Seniors. . . . . . age 5 P Faculty ................ . . .page 6 Classes.. ...ae 7 P S Seniors . . . . . .page 15 Alumnae , , ...page 36 Activities . . . . . .page 37 Organizations . . . . age 41 P Publications . . . .page 47 Editorial .... ...page 51 The Skirt . . . . . .page 55 Farewell ! XVe travel the path to the Morrow- We go ou to Joy and to Sorrow- Farewell-- Too short Have been the years with you The hours that passed, too few So short- We onward go With a smile that dreams to a sigh So soon we say goodbye To things we know. Farewell? xvitll a. sigh that wakes to a smile For we face onward all the while Farewell ! s v K.. .., ,. 'fx F f,u r I 1 fx sir? ia fs ' T iaf w 1 H m,.4swe1, 39:2 1 me X Y 'muff 4 4.1 Z- 2' 52 Z"- JI. P 'J I fl' , v, Dt ng' 'nr '-fs! ,. 2 1 ii. 'l wi Q THE JOURNAL The Faculty Dr. A. W. SCOTT, Principal Miss LAURA DANIEL, Vice-Priizicipal Miss AIDA DUGATO, Secretary ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Miss EVELYN D. ARMER-HCCICZ Mrs. ROSE BAER Miss HELEN FLYNN Mrs. BIILDRED BICKEL Miss HATTIE H, JACOBS Miss EDITH BROXVNING Miss ESTELLE IMALONEY Miss NATHALIE ROTH MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Miss LAURA DANIEL-Head Mrs. BLIILDRED BICKEL Miss ELLA CASTLEHUN Miss RUTH BLISS Miss MARIE M:C:KINI.EY Miss HELEN C. BOVARD Miss EMMA L. NOONAN ' HISTORY DEPARTMENT Miss SOP!-IIA A. HOBE-Head Mrs. ROSE BAER Miss TILLIE HESSELBURG Miss ALMA EASTIN Miss OTTILIE KOHLEERG Miss ISABEL SANDY LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT French Mr. EDWVARD J. DUPUY-Head Miss BLANCHE LEVIELLE Miss HELENE REVOY Mrs. ALICE B. WILSON Spanish and Italian Miss ANNA T. CRESALIA Miss EMMALINA WALKER Miss :HELEN PAPEN Mrs. ALICE B. WILSON Latin Mr. MARTIN A. CENTNER Miss CLARA STARK SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Miss NIARGARET DOUGHERTY Miss BIURIEL PETTIT Miss EDITH IfING Mr. LORENZO A. OEEEILD Miss EDNA REEVES COOKING and SEWING DEPARTMENT Miss RUTH BLISS Miss MIURIEL PETTIT Miss LIARGARET DDUGHERTY Miss GENEVIEVE SULLIVAN Miss KATHERINE LAHANEY Miss HARRIET TAEOR ART DEPARTMENT Miss ELLA CASTLEHUN fHistory of Arty Mr. THOMAS MCGLYNN Miss MARIAN A. JONES Miss ELIZABETH MODERMOTT MUSIC Mrs. MARY MGGLADE COMMERCIAL Miss MARY BIEEHAN Miss ISABEL SANDY PHYSICAL EDUCATION' Miss HELEN E. ROSENBERG-Head Miss LENORA CLARK Mrs. LAURA H. THARP 1 A , 'I hu.. 1 F ll fi- U A 'nf I .1 -.mg H-.fs "5'lW"" ww ,,g.,..5-D Q. 1. -,: A 1, . .'.'.1 'ffl .iz 1 ,.'..... u..- ls L N S' xc .I .6-, '-'1 ' - ' ..' H- HI. riff: -fox I-..x! '.'- J. ,. .,, '-".:.. :'l'1.-, 911 4 ,iii 4. 4 x iglfflfi' "'i,s.:f55?? X 1 I Q: X .kg ,ffl V 'J ' r , f 5-"' W 1 Q! ! X f'f2"5 V NS' I ' Q iii: , 1 5' X lc- 'L k .sk Eff: 7 , 1 Q: 4 I t 1 X 1 " X f N .frfvifgfg Y , Q ,, , v4lf""W'Hli?X twat ga If X i WW I I A I ly fix : f "W 4' 4' ., 5-Zi," u f-':'5'. l "fx -'j.i.!:1'5y . Cf:-'-5 '- ' ' ' V WNW. J X , Will! UPIIlIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIHWIIBHllllillllllll IHIlI1lHlIllMllHll ll Xlllilllllltllllmi IEIIIMIIIIEEEIILEREQEHIIEIMMIU' THE JOURNAL V J ln, 5 1 .J -5 54,1 .- -R1i':-huns L nl l SYDNEY ELLIOTT President V Rub-a-dub-dub- A girl with a club And who do you think sl1e be? She has but to say For us to obey- She 's our Chairman-clever Sy A Page of Mother oose cl-ney! iii0 -. There was a young yell-leader Who lived in Girls High- She 'll take the place of Vida When Vida says "Goodbye," So just watch Helen -Tha.t's her name- Her yells are so compellin' We're glad that she camel Hey diddle, diddle, Just answer this riddle: Why is your class so green? The Freshman Class Answers "en masse" "Say,-exactly WHAT do you mean?" - 0 .. A dillar, a dollar A sweet Freshie scholar Who thinks the Freshmen too green- So Shirley decides that the Sophomores Are the lowest with whom she 'll be seen. Where did you come from, Freshie dear? Out of the Grammar school, I came here. Why do you wear that ribbon so neat? ,Cause Mother says it makes me look sweet. Why do you wear your socks so short? I copy the seniors to be a sport. Why do you wear that little curl? Because it becomes a little girl. D'you think you'll ever grow up, you dear? You'll scarcely know me soon, don't fear! Anyway, d'you know you're a peppylass? You bet I am-In a, Peppy Glass! T ..0 .-. Dickory, Dickory, Dock, tic-toc- Adele takes a glance at the clock, tic-toc- Takes out her notes- Records the votes- She is scribe of our little flock, tic-toc. ,.. THE JOURNAL 4' 4 " f . a 4 I ...at We Nominate for the Hall of Fame lllARJOR1E Moss-because she plays the piano better than anyone else in the school, because she doesn't seem to know itg because she has helped at every rally, and dance that has been given this term, because she can get music out of the piano in the Recreation Hall, be- cause she plays Jazz like a professional, and lastly, be- cause she is sweet and always willing to help. MARGARET HIGGINSON-because she has an exquisite drawl, also two or three dozen exquisite freckles, be- cause, as a Scrub, she was the first of her class to speak extemporaneously in the Debating Club, because that JUNE NORTHCUTT speech was fine, because she put some pep into the meetings of that club, because she has the wildest of the "Wild Cases We Have Knownf' because at present, it is on Barbara Per- kins , because she writes poetry to her many adored ones 5 and lastly, because she is a darn good sport. President ALEXIA MCCARTY-because her curls are famous, because she is an intelligent Freshman, and especially because she is the first girl to represent her class on the Student Body. JUNE NORTHGUTT-because, as President of the 1B Class, she has managed it effi- ciently and well, because she doesn't look like a Freshman, even a high oneg because she doesn't act like one either, and mostly because she's friendly, clever, an ideal leader, and all around girl. And, we move that the effigy of the 1B Class be placed upon a pedestal and put into a place Where the light will shine upon it, because we hold that there is not a class in the school that can equal it, because beauty and brains run riot among its members, and because, as Low Freshmen We were as peppy as we could be, as High Freshmen We accomplished the impossible and were even more peppy. No one can tell what We may become as Seniors. THE JOURNAL M NINKIL' DOROTHY MITCHELL President ATHLE TES AND ATHLETICS H. Kane and D. Cookson of this tG1'lI1,S ,25 tennis team will soon be able to compete with the World's champions. The latest news from radio says M. Parker swam from here to China. In the same message came the startling statement that she had beaten the Yale and Harvard to Los Angeles. We always knew she was a speedy girl but hardly expected these unusual feats. She is planning this inexpen- sive way of touring the world Topics of the Day and promises to complete these trips if she doesn't wake up and find she's been dreaming. Was there an article in the paper saying that Chief O'Brien had appointed a spe- cial trafiic cop to be placed at the foot of Van Ness Avenue to manage the unusual crowds gathering to watch the 2A girls at Crew? And last but not least is our basket-ball practice. VVe Low Sophs don 't forget any- thing. NOTICE ! Change of Color As cerise and silver were too gaudy for our artistic eyes, we decided to change the class colors to black and white. Those who are up .in style know that black is latest in Paris fashions. SOPH GRAFT! ! Looks like a fraud but t'aint.-I. Worth of June '25 won the G. H. S. ring. This ar- ticle, a 2A raflie, was much de- sired by nearly every girl at school. 100W Students of classes took a "ex" and all 2A's 2A Geometry difficult Math passed at the head of their class. Q '? 'F 6? J IN MEMORIAM Died in June, 1922, the entire scrub class of pre- vious term. To the unfortunate who are now Fresh- men, they left their embarrassed moments and un- dignified manners. BORN-O11 September, 1922, a beautiful We1l-tem- pered and peppy 2A Class, who have great ambitions and expect to win Qin the futurej, the distinguished medal for honorable se-zrvice rendered G. H. S. 10. THE JOURNAL l 7 1cAslu E iii iii xg ,i C h? ,iii iii, . 1 . . ., cinxrussn FRIEDLANDER President v 1 I v Yvonne Harley can 't stand the orchestra because she doesn't like music and can 't play a note. Correct These Sentences 1 2 3 4 5. 6. Clarisse Friedlander is not a. good president, chieiiy because she can 't talk to save her life. Alice Witlziii is a large, dignified individual who does not know how to debate and hates Ruth Clouse. It is a joke to watch the Canfield girls-Margaret and Marian-play tennis. They are unable to hit the ball even when it lands two inches in front of them. Doris Brown murders everything she sings, and it is a well-known fact that she is sure to be an old maid. Alice Phillips is a quiet, retiring, little maiden who never has a word to say for herself, and could not say it if she had. Louise Meyer is the oldest member of our class-quite ancient, in fact-she is not very clever nor intelligent. The 2B Class is unfortunate in having these girls and many others like them. The 2B Class has not, in fact, any Class nor School Spirit. Janet Harris is unable to collect money, never manages anything right, and does her best to make the class a failure. RULES AJ QME minutes will be allowed to correct these sentences. BD The mistakes are so obvious that no rules need be quoted. CD One sentence wrong " QEJ " will be given automatically. THE JOURNAL C5 S Q 'Sir' . D 1 I ::.'-T-:.-.. ' VI I Z: - 6, 'f lt:'1""f" ' f .JW 9 I Y, Q gb a gn, if .lid . 1 .luv j H 111+ . ffl ffll1lFfWp11'I.1l 0 ., ' 0 . e 'fail "' N. K Xi 'J :Pt xx 4 . .-" A ,, I - i O X . ,,, jj,'i31', 17" L...-I 'o or W 'fif- 5-J.: -. kfrj A I ilfr p Hu.n1i..,,M,,,,E v i I 1 n 5 MADELINE JOHNSON P-resident There 's a class in the school that is worshipped by all, For its fine reputation and fame, And its list of achievements would surely appalli I shall venture to tell you its name. This class that we speak of is known as "3A,' And its members are peppy and fineg For there 's Clancy, and Vida, and Madeline J A president wholly divine. Well-with her there 's Alice who's new to the class And dreams of the rally all night. While Emma's an active, untiring lass And Margaret ALVVAYS does right. Then there 's Pat who draws cuts, and Miss Middleton, too! And Betty, a mischievous elf- Of our wonderful class, these are only a few, You can find out the rest for yourself. THE JOURNAL is SC 'T it so J In , iw? 1 taco fl!-...Hp ...nu-J f I Big Debate Dr. Scott, Worthy Teachers, Follow Classmates, and Fricizds- The question before us is, "Resolved, that the 3B Class is a fine Class." CWe are taking the affirmative, as that I is the oIIe and only side of the question.j We shall en- deavor to prove our case as follows: C15 T11e 3B Class has PEP !-we go out for all school activities with fervor. C2j The 3B Class has CLASS SPIRIT-we give rallies, luneheons, have wonderful Class meetings, etc. ' C35 The 3B Class has SCHOOL SPIRIT-weattend BARBARA MAYER all debates, and in general, back up all school activities. Taking Pep, Class Spirit, School Spirit combined,- these make up the 3B Class. We of the aiiirmative contend THAT ANY class having these attributes, is a fine class. Therefore the 3B Class MUST be a fine class. S-ilcnce Reigns The judges are preparing their ballots: The suspense is terrible-but-it can hold no terror for us. We ae confident of Victory! CThere's just one in- cident of CLASS SPIRIT for you.J THE DECISION SPIRIT VICTORY Fon THE AFFIRMATIVE ! ! The judges agree with us that any class having Pep, Class Spirit, and School Spirit, is an exceptionally line class. They wish to add that they have never heard a stronger case and have reached the conclusion that, to the best of their belief, the 3B Class is the Hnest class in a school of fine classes. We Thank You. ' I President THE JOURNAL DOROTHEA NVILLIAMSON P1'es-ident What Would You Think? If Madeline Lackniann who always gets recs Should Hunk some day in an "Econ," Ex.! If "Bobs" Probasco were bored to tears Whenever a certain Miss A+appea1's! If Bernice Toucey, so jolly and wild Should turn right into an angel child! If Florence Baker should talk with a drawl, And little Dixie should hate us all! If "Ellie" and Buell, disdaining the courts, Disgustedly muttered "Oh gosh we hate sports!" If Marian Solomons heard "Someone" say, "You're too old for this course." C Senior English 4A lj If Ailsa neglected to powder her nose, And our own Dorothea wore hideous clothes! If Viva were hopeless at "tickling the keysf' And our beauty, F. Wallier, unable to please! If wee Tookie VVale grew atroeionsly tall, And Janet and Eleanor hated a ball! If Miss Doris Canney were homely as sin, And Margaret Winlile were fat, 'stead of thin! If Gym were abolished, and rallies held sway, And the Board should decide that iie'd be hue half ' , V' 4 ' -da If our slunlbers were left undisturbed by "Big Ben," And there were no Detention or Tardy class,-then, If the whole friendly Faculty had a grand row ! If all of this happened,-Wliat WOULD you think, n ly ! ow ? 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'Wh ...rv HQ . g 1 . 1 51 -N ...--.,-,.m M..,..m..,-.mz1,,.1:ztn..1nmmo1m'xwAnz 'vw. THE JOURNAL Class Organization ELECTA THOMAS President f M ,, - 5, - ff ,iii K7 ' 1 4 i " 'sg if? N -f , . a Lug K an ., , -151 , 53: VICTOIRE PADILLA SOPI-LIE SCHAINMAN Vice-Preside'nt T reasfurer GLORIA COOKSLEY RUBY LEFKOVITZ AILEEN PARKHILL Sergeavzt at Arms Secretary Yell Leader i . R5 ag ,Qf'jg'i , ,, ,ig F if in - H1 ,f THE JOURNAL J OCELYN BABBITT "Babb'ie. " Charm-Doughnuts. 0ccupa.tiou-Studying Ambition-Lawyer. FRANCES BARRY ' ' Frank. ' ' Charm-Dependability. Occupation-Laughing at Mr. Offei1d's jokes. Ambition-Physics Teacher. BEATRICE B0 YEN ' ' Bee. ' ' Charm A Skin you Love to Touch. Occupation-Mah .Tongg-ing Ambition-Tea for Two. SYBIL BRADFORD "Ish'ka." ' Charm-Becoming Blush. Occupation-Civics. Ambition-Nurse. THE JOURNAL EVELYN BURROUGHS rt-Eve u Charm--Red Hair. Occupation-Tennis. Ambition-An Adam. LUCILLE CHASE f f Pat. ' ' Charm-Beaded Bags. Occupation-Making Beaded Bags Ambition-To make better Beaded Bags. OTHELLA BURNER "T'iLl'ie." Charm-Gift 0'Gab. Occupation-Talking. Ambition-To stand in the spray of Niagara Falls. NAOMI CLOUSE 4 4 Na 1 2 Charm-Sincerity. Occupation-Girl Reserve Movement. Ambition-President of the U. S. A. THE JOURNAL LILY CHINN 1 :Lu 2 1 Charm-Almond Eyes. Occupation-Being Ornamental. Ambition-To be more so. VIVIENN E COLLINS 1 r 2 1 , Charm-Meek Voice. Occupation-Looking sweet. Ambition-A Debutante. RUTH COOK "Cookie," Charm-Petitness. Occupation-Locker Keys. Ambition-Pianist. GLORIA COOKSLEY "Baba" Charm-Lengthy Locks. Occupation-Being late for Classes. Ambition-Somebody 's Baby-Doll. THE JOURNAL 9 SYLVIA CORNET cz Syliu Charm-Bright Ideas. Occupation-Helping Out. Ambition-Prima Donna. CATHERINE DAY ffzcm f' ' Cliarm-Dignity. Occupation-Being seen and not heard. Ambition-' ' Good-bye, Girls High. DOROTHY DEALEY F I-Dot. I I Charm-Clinging Vine. Occupation-Vampiug. AIllbiti0ll-SCIIOOI Teacher ELVYRA DE LUCA c r Vqyra: ,- Charm-Slenderness. Occupation-Changing her mind. Ambition-To Hear the Wedding Bells Ring. THE JOURNAL FLEU RETTE DOVVDELL "Dowdy." Charm-Her ways and her means. Occupation-Primping. Ambition-Picture in - the paper. ELOISE FITCH "Jones." Charm-Flapperishness. Occupation-Going on short journeys. Ambition-Honey-Moon. THOMASINE FLEISSNER ' ' Thomy. ' ' Charm-Sweetness. Occupation-Oiiicial typist of the Journal. Ambition-To knock 'Em over. JOSEPHINE FREEDMAN HJO rs Charm-Her drawl. Occupation-Adoring Rodolph. Ambition-Hollywood. I I Q 1 I 1 9 THE' JOURNAL 5 W EMILINE FONG "Em." Charm-Quietuess. Occupation-Worrying. Ambition--To pass in Civics. THELM A GLASER ' ' T hel. ' ' Charm-Vivacity. Occupation-Going to the Rec. Ambition-Society Belle. MINNIE GU UGH c c Miqz 1 9 Charm-Just nice. Occupation-Jazzin ' roun Ambition-Travel far across the sea. SALLY GRAY usal rr Charm-Personality. Occupation-Getting A's. Ambition-To make herself heard. THE JOURNAL EDN A GUNSBERGER 1 4 E d 1 1 Charm-Brain. Occupation-Playing the violin. Ambition-To be a, Mischa Elmgn. IVA HOLLIS r :Iva y 1 Charm-A sport. Occupation-Doing the right thing. Ambition-Architect. ELFRIEDA IMOBERSTEG cr u Charm-Pep. Occupation-Miss Rosenberg. Ambition--Rule the Bar-Stalls. ROMA KAUFMANN Charm-That natural mareelle. Occupation-Fixing the above. Ambition--A Good Time. ff: THE JOURNAL AUDREY KELLY HA-ad." Charm-Sweet and Pretty. Occupation-Using her eyes Ambition-To be heart- whole and fancy-free UQ KATHERINE KENT ' 'Kath " Charm-Intelligence. Occupation-Thinking Ambition-To push a perambulator. RUTH KNUDSON ' ' Ruth-ie. " Charm-Pretty profile. Occupation-Paying attention. Ambition-To tickle the Ivories. CHARLOTTE LAIRD "Charley" Charm--Those shy glances. Occupation-Skipping six months. Ambition-She doesn't know yet. THE JOURNAL RUTH LEE "R uth. ' ' Chazrm-Bright eyes. Occupation-Being nice. Ambition-She never told us. RUBY LEFKOVITZ "Rube." Charm-Her ' ' Bob. ' ' Occupation-Arguing. Ambition-Politician. BEVERLY LEVINGSTON "Baa," Charm-Cuteness. Occupati on-Ponting. Ambition-Twins. PAULINE LEVVIS ' ' Paul. ' ' Charm-Hair. Occupation-Making her- self scarce. Ambition- A big secret U7 1 K Vi fx M .. 1 M . Am THE JOURNAL EILEEN LYNCH "B'ill. " . Charm-Helpfulness. Occupation-Tripping the light Fantastic. A Ambition-Denishawn. MARY MCCARTHY :rMac 1 1 Charm-Sense. Occupation-Going to the Photographers. Ambition-To be popular with the Genf:1emans-- MARION MEYER "Marx" Charm-Calmness. Occupation-Parlez-vous- ing correctly. Ambition-To grow. MARION MEYERFELD "Marion" Charm-Her walk. Occupation-' ' The Mirror Ambition-Editor of Life. THE 'JOURNAL NORMA MILANI "Normie. ' ' Charm-Her laugh. Occupation-Finding those lost glasses. Ambition-College. MARION MOORE "Blond'ie. " Charm-Blushing. Occupation-Telling what ' ' He ' ' said. Ambition-The Usual One. AVIS NELSON ' 'Avie. ' ' Charm-Giggle. Occupation-Decorating. Ambition-To be indispensable. VIOLA OLSEN r 6 r 1 Charm-A well-powdered nose. Occupation-Dieting. Ambition-To own a Diploma. THE JOURNAL FLORENCE o'NE1LL "Shorty" Charm-Those Irish qyes. Occupation-Taking trips to the oiiice. Ambition-Somebody 's Steuog. VICTOIRE PADILLA 4 1 C 1 2 Charm-Eyes. Occupation-Rushin' around Ambition-Geraldine Farrar II. AILEEN PARKHILI. 1 :Eye 1 a Charm-Her height. Occupation-Reading Ethel M. Dell. Ambition-Artist. NORMA PODESTA ' 'N0rm. ' ' Charm-Good looks. Occupation--Good QD Books. Ambition-Movie Actress. THE JOURNAL ADELAIDE POOLE "Freckles. " Charm-Dandy disposition. Occupation-Flirting. Ambition-Theda II. DOROTHY PRENTICE "Dott y. " Charm-That indefinable something. Occupation-Trying to get fat. Ambition-U. C. MAYBELLE REINECKE ' 'Bella ' ' ' Charm-Dimples. Occupation-Directing everything. Ambition-To be Popular. YETTA REUBIN "Etta." Charm-Babyface. Occupation-Talking to Gladys. Ambition-To grow big like Thelma. THE JOURNAL GLADYS ROBERTS "Glad." Charm-Brilliant mind. Occupation-Studying. Ambition-To Shine. DELPHIN E ROSENBLATT ' 'Dell'ie. ' ' Charm-Herself. Occupation-Making Friends Ambition-Stanford. VIRGINIA ROSSI 'famyff Charm-Sophisticated appearance. Occupation-Going to see Miss Noonan. Ambition-Leave the rest of the world behind. CARMEL ROTHERMEL "Pettie." Charm-Headgear. Occupation-"I'm not say- ing 'X 'X' -X' -77 Ambition-Cecil CU THE JOURNAL ELAINE RYAN IK Jlaine-73 Charm-Cleverness. Occupation-Trying to be Good. Alnbition-Carmel-by the-Sea. SOPHIE SCHAINMAN ' ' Soph. ' ' Charm-Sweet Simplicity Occupation--Collecting Dues. Ambition-To own some Armer-ous love. GERTRUDE SHELD ' ' Gert. " Charm-Voice. Occupation-Reading ' ' Pelly. ' ' Ambition-Teach sewing. EVELYN SPENCER 4 r Ev 7 1 Charm-Her winning Way. Occupation-Taking care of Charlotte. Ambition-To teach the young. 1 THE JOURNAL L THELMA TAIT "Th.el." Charm-Six Feet. Occupation-Opening the the transom. Ambition-To Pass. ELECTA THOMAS ' ' Tommy. ' ' Charm-Baby-blue eyes. Occupation-Watchin ' them fall. Ambition-To become an M. D. ELEANORE THRONDSON ' ' Di nty. ' ' Charm-Frieudliuess. Occupation-Doing her best. Ambition-Nurse. BERENICE VALENTE ' ' Vololnt. " Charm-Not giving a darn Occupation-Disagreeing. Ambition-To start something. fnsqg.. I F"""' ' 'bl 1 THE JOURNAL MARIAN VICTOR c 1 cy' 2 s Charm-Her engagement ring. Occupation-Receiving congrats. Ambition-To change her name. THORA VVAI-ILIN ' ' Thor. ' ' Charm-Hair. Occupation-Dodging teachers. Ambition-To create an effect. LOIS VVALDRON 4 t L0 7 y Charm-Abbreviated skirts. Occupation-Covering her knees. Ambition--To be on time- once. VIRGINIA WALKER 'fee-nf' Charm-Coyness. Occupation-Showing her new ring. Ambition-None-so she says. THE JOURNAL LUCY WEBB HLMR' Charm-Tom-Boy. Occupation-Reading Movie Magazines. Ambition-Be an inter- viewer. HELEN WENTWORTH ' ' Billie. ' ' Charm-Smile. Occupation-Smiling. Ambition-Housewife. BERTHA WIDMER ' 'Bertie ' ' Chaim-Frankness. Occupation-Annoying the Faculty. Ambition-To develop a ' ' finished ' ' sarcasm. VANADIN E WILSON K K 7 1 Charm-Innocent expression. Occupation-Waving a. powder puff. Ambition-To catch a Sheik. THE JOURNAL MADOLYN DOODY I I J 2 Charm-Eyelashes. Occupation--Going to Room 213. Ambition-A "Tillie the Toilet." AZALIA BLIVEN uzale 9: Charm-Yellow-gold hair. Occupation-Trying to Graduate. Ambition-Ziegfeld 's Follies. ALICE HIRSHBERG If u Charm-Grace. Occupation-Dancing at Rallies, etc. Ambition-A worthy dancin' partner. 5 5 I 5 l l I U I "'X' aa". A aw ww. P4 tr .ua La l'r4,. ENGAGEMENTS. Elise Harris, June '21-has announced her engagement. Helen Hirsh, June '21-is engaged to Dr. Sanford Stein. Sylvia Horvitz, June '22-has recently announced her engagement. MARRIAG-ES. Elinor Vilood, a former president of the Girls High Student Body has married Mr. John M. MacDonald, Jr. Doris Wirtner, Dec. '16-was recently married to Mr. Harold McCandless. Paula Franklin, Dec. '20-was married to Mark Glaser. BIRTHS. Mrs. Wlright CMarian Harper, Dee. '15j-is now the proud mother of a daughter. Mrs. Claussen fGertrude McGowanD-now a resident of Humboldt County has a third daughter. MISCELLANEOUS. Ruth Boole, '22-is now attending Columbia. Alice Gibson, June '22-is President of the Student Body at the State Teacher 's College. Isabel Carter is in the East attending Goucher College. Leslie J acobs, June '22-is attending the Dominican College in San Rafael. Antoinette Bean, Katherine Spencer, Eugenie Rolph, all of '22-are attending the State Teacher's College. Florence Archibald, June '21-is head stenographer i11 the Special Mail -Order Department of the Emporium. Penelope Boden, President of the Senior Class of Dec. '18-was taken into the Anthropology Honor Society at U. C. Marian Harron, June '20-is one of the two women admitted to Delta Sigma Phi, the Men 's Honor Debating Society at U. C. X Q f p Q THE JOURNAL Calendar August 7-School Begins-We learn sad news. We must come before breakfast in order to get home in time for dinner. August 9-Schedule Changed+The Powers that Be realized that we all must go to the dentist. August 25-Senior Elections-Electa is se- lected to pilot the Seniors on their Rocky Way. Sophie is custodian of the dough. August 27-The first 25 sufferers in the Civics Class received a charmingly confl- dential note from Miss Hobe. Short but sufficient-' 'Deficient to Date. ' ' August 28-The other five receive it. September 1--Activities Rally-Same as ever. No better-maybe a little worse. September 5-Pigtail Day--Some cute class -even if we 're forced to say so ourselves. September 8-Freshmen Reception-The Seniors Entertain the Babie Bottle Bri- gade-500 people fight for the punch- As usual the demand is greater than the supply. September-Sometime in-Frolic Day- Postponed so often we have forgotten the date. We have never been able to find out the origin, purpose, action, or result of this particular day. September 29-Circus Rally-A new plan is very carefully explained, which, just when we got interested, turned out to be the same old plan thinly disguised under a new name. October 3-Mr. Schlee recites Kipling-In spite of the fact that the faculty liked it, it was perfect! A October 13-Friday-We refrain from the usual clever remarks. THE JOURNAL October 19-Circus Parade-Original, at least. Extemporaneous foolishness on the part of the Faculty. October 26-Circus-A Country Fair, by any other name, is just the same. Though this was better. October 27-I-Iallowe'en Dance-Decora- ations unusually artisticg costumes add a new note. October 31-Debaters Rehearse-Mr. Du- puy extracts promises of attendance from audience. November 3-Girls Hi Debates With Poly- Result as usual. November 6-Debating Rally-Madeleine and Ruth are exquisitely bored-and ex- quisitely brief. For the last, they have our thanks. We were anxious to get to Civics. November 7-Music Day-Concert in the Auditorium-direction of Mrs. McGlade. Need we say more? November 14-Dorothy Prentice shocks Senior Class. When speaking for the Journal Staff, she offers to give S25 to pay for better Graduation bids. First time in History this event has happened. November 10-2B Dance to 1B 's-More re- freshments than usual, thanks to Janet Harris! Entertainment excellent. 'Eileen Lynch sings. November 24--3A Rally. December 8-Dramatic Club Presents " The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife." December 11-Senior Rally-Wefre hop- ing-- December 12-We leave-to conquer in other Helds. THE JOURNAL . .. 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Wlzicwz.-Friday afternoons, 3:05. Why-To hear the best of the modern dramas Well read. Open to-Juniors and Seniors who are able to per- form a remarkable feat-pass on not more than one UC". DEIBATING CLUB President-Clarisse Friedlander. Faculty Ad-visor-Mr. Dupuy. When-Friday morning, 8 130. Where-Library. Why-To learn to talk like Mr. Dupuy-a long time without stopping. Open to-Everyone. SHORT STORY CLUB Pres-iclent-Marion Canfield. Faculty Advisor-Miss Browning. When-Friday afternoon 3 :15. Where-Room 108. Whey-To gaze at Miss Browning, thrilled to the bone -while she reads a weird tale in a low mystic tone. Open to-Freshmen and Sophomores-the discrimin- ating few. THE JOURNAL EMMA BRESCIA BERNICE TOUCEY EDNA GUNSBERGI-ZR DRAMATIC CLUB President-Elnma Brescia. Faculty Advisor-Mrs. Tharpe. When-Now and then. W here-Here and there-Auditorium generallx W hy-To provide self-expression Open- to-Those interested. G-LEE CLUB Preside-nt-Bernice Toucey. Faculty Aclvisor-Mrs. McGlade. When-All the Time. Where-Room 119. Why-To entertain we suppose. Open to-Our near prima donnas. ORCHESTRA President-Edna Guusberger. Faculty Aclv-isor-Mrs. MeGlade. When-Every day. Where-Auditorium. Why-To add melody to all our f Open to-All Who Can Help. for our Thesplaus unctions we cis enve In N get-'nefm ME A3 Dogngmq M 'Enid 15 5 You o -'Q Ax 'L-'V' .M vb: nikon' I' x X K X VVLO I-if 'Hqsrn m.ooQE S I V L E if H ,fi S X I' WE 5l'Rv1x1IF K fx WM1 Cleo 4 Mani JU P345-KRNPIS Q NO 177' A wg 'lm 'Pas 'mes 99- Lo 'QCRHQ QX C ll Q,Bc,,5nmS AA.,-s .ng M-sg T!,,senilmn1'M'sS lan' Us If 9 Hxssueleni- 'Eh-Sf CW'RYB"mx BPGR S x J-eahpnsi Quik Cl1EQEloRo'-'jk ,An 51.51 93521 " ALQE kin .gmt Fu 9 ,BQSEBQH Vmcll Qsfifwuili V 4 n . ,, . X f 'Hn S M' " 1 1 aaqgkkh'-I E EC A mexq snuff SGIJ. -il-D VOHEYBQM' RQBERM mi Affgnxs Asi Sw mn1u'fY1' Pquhnf Mgjxqen 0 KN J' ' , SB ZALES A Qnev+-D Emmv 'BRESC Q Q X p ' 1v.n,l.Q.+1 "3f"l.ruznuS BQKQR. 6, SWIM Vhrd W ,Nic M1mf5.,,7 3 fwmmm F Ag! ? Ll-IRE Qld ,,,,. -.A,,.,.,,,f ,-v +1 X l::v33l31f,v.f,,r.4 'sv -Y Oviilsibf- Jxflxvii ,. , ' X-JK-MM x.xN'rN..-,-..-... f.u,4-LL UBIIIIAII N 3 X 0 Eoihf l'1gnle'l'G'4 pb? Dnnfbv C5 Q3 THE JOURNAL Editorial Stag BERENICE VALEXTE Editor Associate Editors BEVERLY LEVINGSTON MARIAN MEYERFELD NORMA PODESTA BERTHA XVIDMER ELECTA THOMAS VICTOIRE PADILLA 55 THE JOURNAL Elflanagerial Staff DOROTHY PRENTICE Manager Associates EDITH FARBELL ELEANOR GEREIE c.uzoLYN ESCHEN NORMA MILAN1 OTHELLA BURNER FLORENCE BAKER ' THE JOURNAL wrt Staf AELAINE RYAN Art Editor Associates AVIS NELSON ALICE HIRSHBERG PATRICIA LAIRD MARGARET WINKLE EDITH MIDDLETON THE JOURNAL Editorial The four-nal flkfmf-weqivgg URING the past year there has been a growing sentiment in A favor of abolishing the Journal. It is significant that all those ,yy who have been connected with the Journal, or who have been gl interested in it in any way,-in short, those who have thought the matter over thoroughly, are in favor of abolishing the Journal NOW. The large number of students who receive the J our-nal every term, look at the pictures, read the jokes, approve or disapprove of the cover, and consign the book to its place in the attic,-those are the girls, who are, of course, very much opposed to abolishing it. Their argument is that the Journal is the one tangible thing we have by which to remember each term we have spent in Girls High. It is a good argu- ment, and absolutely true. But it is only one,-and, after all, carries little weight against those which the minority opposed to the continuance of the Journal can bring forward. They reason from two standpoints: First, there are tremendous difficulties in producing a Jour-italy and Second, the finished book is not worth the trouble. The first cannot be answered. Vilith no support from the school Cand we must face the fact that there is not, nor ever will be, the unanimous support which the J oarlnal demands for successj the Business Manager faces the necessity of raising fifteen hundred dollars to finance the Journal. About one-half of this must be raised by securing advertisements. With each succeeding year it has become harder and harder to persuade business men to advertise. Dozens of firms which advertised a year or two ago are no longer advertising in school periodicals. It is safe to say that many who advertised in this issue, will not in the next. Nor is it right to ask them. We know, and they know, that nearly all advertising in school periodicals is practically charity. 'They expect nothing from it, they get nothing from it. Not one student in this school, nor in any other school for that matter, has ever gone to a firm just because it advertised in the school annual. Two-thirds of us do not even look at the ads. Certainly, then, the money that pays for our Journal is not raised fairly. If it could be-and that is doubtful--there still remains another difficulty. Banish the thought that the Journal office is a Journal office. It is not! It is an oliice where late students congregate, it is an office where car-books are dis- tributed 5 it is an office where absentees are checkedg it is a. class-room,-it is for everything but Journal work. THE JOURNAL The Journal demands a great deal of detail work. It must be typed during odd moments, there must be meetings of the business and art stalfs 5 the repre- sentatives from the publishing and art companies must be interviewed. It is only with the greatest diihculty that all these matters can be attended to. With the school getting more crowded every term, it cannot be expected that this condition will improve. And after all the time and energy expended upon it, we must admit that few Journals are either clever or original. There is a current joke, which appears almost regularly in our J ourmzls-something about "What Never Can Happen -The Best Journal Yet." Have you ever considered why there is never a best Journal yet? Because the Journal does not admit of originality--all Journals are fundamentally the same. And yet for the same book, with slight variations, we spend that large amount of money over and over again. Are we justified? +'!"!' c-An Explanation. The Journal is bound by tradition. Its purpose is to reflect, at the end of the term, the activities and the spirit of that term. To do this, certain things are necessary, or, at least, expected. Classes, Activities, Organizations-without them a Journal would not fulfill its purpose-would not be a reflection of the passing term. But tradition has put into the Journal, year after year, a department which has no place in the Journal as a year book-and a department, which, we believe was scarcely read by the school-the Literary Department. If the Journal were a published collection of essays, stories, and poems, it could be successfully man- aged and create a place for itself as a literary publication. But, as it was man- aged, it was generally a case of "take what comes" and when, as often happened, nothing came, certain kind people forced themselves to write. The result was numberless Desert Stories, the Regenerations of Somebody or Other, which always greeted us in the literary department of our J ournal. We feel, therefore, that We have taken a step forward in abolishing a worth- less department, which showed alarming signs of living forever. -Of course, we realize that the shock of something that is diiferent-even so slightly different -will disturb about a half of the school, but if the Journal meets with the approval of the other half, we shall feel that our originality has not been "wasted on the desert air". THE JOURNAL c-An odppreciation. To Miss Armer, our faculty advisor and official censor, goes the thanks of the editor for using her great power with discretion-and being patient while wait- ing for the material to materialize. To Elaine Ryan, and the staff which she organized, goes the credit for the exceptionally ine art work in this issue. The art editor is responsible for at least half the Journal-and we are very fortunate in having Elaine, whose cuts are far above the average. The art staff wishes to express its appreciation of Mr. McGlynn's help. The Business Manager extends her appreciation to the Business Staif which worked under her, and especially to Edith Farrell, who, for the second time in succession, has taken the prize for bringing in the most ads. The Journal staff wishes to thank the LaFayette Studio for their excellent photographs and unfailing courtesy. Mr. Langton of the Sierra Art Company for his advice and help with the art side of this Journal, and Mr. Henry R. Harvey, our publisher, Whose supervision and assistance have made this Journal possible. is THE JOURNAL BARBARA MAYER MARIAN MEYERFELD MADELINE LACKMANN Q Editor BARBARA PROBASCO ALICE OLSEX Jllanager ELOISE CLAYBURG BEREXICE VALENTE DOROTHY MITCHELL I-:LEC'1uI THOMAS ELEANOR GERRIE The Mirror Mirrors are of more or less importance to the world in general. And, as a strictly feminine part of the world in general, Girls High especially feels the necessity for them. There is one Mirror, however, which stands apart from the thirteen hundred others in the school. This particular Mirror Cas you have, no doubt, already surmisedb is the HGIRLS I'IIGH MIRROR" whose tremendous aim is to reflect the true spirit of Girls High. The MIRROR, though not very old Cbarely three termsb has, in spite of its ten- der years, won a secure place among the many activities of the school. More than that, it has steadily improved. It has not been content merely with reflections, it has taken to itself that most important of newspaper functions-the forming of opinions. This term it suggested a much needed reform, and has made a fine fight for it. In doing this, the BIIRROR is fulfilling its purpose-promoting better citizenship within the school. Three important factors have contributed to the success of the paper. The able management of the Editor, Marian Meyerfeld, and the eo-operation of the staif which worked with herg the efficient work of Barbara Probasco, the Business Manager 5 and the helpful advice and criticism of the three Faculty advisors, Miss Armer, Miss Noonan, and Miss Kohlberg. THE JOURNAL :ms sig 199 THE JOURNAL The Skirt DECEMBER '22 Who 'll graduate? "We," said the class, "If we can pass. We 'll graduate." VVho'll stay behind? "We," said the mob, With a little sob, ' ' We 'll stay behind. ' ' Like ships that pass in the night, many of us will sail unheard of-un- known. But as Captain Perry-or one of our brave countrymen has said, 'Don't give up the ship.' fMore gab.j VVe go forth with vigor of youth in our step, buoyant and elastic-the electric gleam of hope lights our way-Farewell, Farewell, and au revoir, alhoe. " And so forth- In the meantime no one is listening. Eve1'y- Whom get her mes? one absorbed in his own thoughts. "We,' ' said they, ','With a. B or an A, We 'll get our recs." Who 'll take an Ex! ' "We," said she, Of the C and the D, "We'l1 take an Ex." Who wants to go? "We," said each, With a happy screech, "We want to go." Who loves Girls Hi? "We"-all shout, I WHAT GLASS IS THINKING flndividual with intellect of the mass.j "Thank Heaven-Last time in this. No more caf, gym, detention class and the rest-Good grief, when will she quit? I don 't ee why they picked her out-and all those speakers. I'll be too worn out to collect my diploma-Bet my cap is crooked-Doesn 't Dr. Scott look happy- room for about three hundred more poor ish-Well this ends my sentence-4 years' hard laborf' And so forth. "But we wanta get out. II yve love Girls Hin QOne of many martyred teachers giving up a perfectly good evening for the cause. We-'Q' With exquisitely pained expression GRADUATION thinks.j OR H THE INSIDE OI' THE C-'UP Strains of "Aida" permeate auditorium. Valedictorian faces audience-grins nobly- "We are here gathered, on this mo- mentous occasion to breathe farewell to the school that we love so dearly fmore slushj. The time has come when we, like well laden crafts, must set sail from our placid harbor. 'Farewell'-you bid, and we surge forth into the turmoil fdigresses for 10 minutesj. Never again-why did I come any way-we'll be here till midnight. Same old thing- Oh my, look at Edna Z.! Is she grad uating!!!! Well, if she 'd been in my class- One hour and a quarter more!!" etc. III fFond parents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sis- ters, cousinsj "Doesn't Gertrude look sweet-why it seems only yesterday that she came skipping in from grammar school-How time dies. THE JOURNAL How intellectual that cap makes her- I wish they'd hurry and give out the diplomas-these afairs are always so long drawn out. Gertrude does so well in her work- only last week her teacher said to me," etc., etc., etc., etc. IV QF1-iends, neighbors and the mob seeneb "Well, well, she did get that platinum wrist watch-pretty keen 'G if ' I'll bet shefs tickled to death to be out " " 4' Those girls think they are finished-They will be when they get to Cal.-well we live to learn. How much longer does this keep up- and so forth." and thus-and so ad infinitum ...lol- GRADUATION PRESENTS A Cynic's View Aunt Amy sent the "Lives of Great Men" O, gosh- And " The History of Our Earth' ' from Uncle Ben- What bosh- I'1I change them both for something gay, Let 's see- Scott-Fitzgerald has a way That suits me! A ring from mother-Whatta bore! But she won 't mind- ' For Purple Pajamas I want much more- An exotic kind! Omar Khayyam comes from Freddie, O rot! That 's the fourth copy already- I've got- O, well, "Love Lyrics" are the same price- Tho awfully mild- I wish I could think of something that's nice And wildl Father gives me underwear- Noble man! I'll just change the socks for a shorter pair If I can- Twenty dollars Grandmother gave- That oughta be- Enough to pay for a permanent Wave- It seems to me. They say Graduation 's a thrilling day That's bunk- For I look at the rest of my presents and say What Junk! -0- fe TINNED BOOK REVIEWS fCondensed so as to be almost evaporatedj GREAT EXPECTATIONS ' For a cheerful little tale 'Bout a. country boy Convicts from a county jail, Idiotic brides, and stale Wedding cake and ginger-ale We commend with joy Dickens' unpretentious book Of a gentleman-and crook. Pip four little hero 's namej Is a manly child. Grows to riches-plays the game, Loves Estella-icy dame With an all-consuming flame QOnce the youngster filed Ball and chainj the convict bold Ne 'er forgot-so we are told. Pip despises childhood friends Thinks they simply bore, Till he learns the truth, which ends All his plans-he makes amends And Estella's presence lends Love!-and what is more- She 's been married once or twice But she 'll try again-how nice! THE JOURNAL THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD The Vicar was a good old man, Who lost all that he had- But like the patient Job he was He never once got mad- Aud so I recommend this book So simple, sweet, and true- To all those students who are slightly Simple-minded, too! -Hoi OLIVER TWIST When Oliver Twist did ask for more, he little knew just then- The dire results which come to boys who pass their plates again- Because of that he n1et the "Dogs" upon the road to town, Because of that was he sent to Fagin 's school of ill-renown Because of that was he twice adopted, and came to live at last At the home of a long-lost sister, who rose suddenly out of the past. And because he was good-and, oh, so sweet, this great reward was sent- Wllile those who were bold and bad-well-I can 't say where they went. But we are so different from Oliver-so very different, for Having once read the charming book, we'd never ask for more. ! 110-H. One sweetly, solemn thought Comes to me o'er and o'er, I'm one day nearer getting out Than I have ever been before! lcv... FLAPPER SONG Delta Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Gamma Mn, Pearl pins, gold pins, Pins enameled blue- Chi Phi, Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Nu, Tea time, toddle time, Taxicab for tivo.-Ex. T-0-,. WELL! WELL! It was the end of the second act. Lucy, heroine, was starring. "Bread," she cried, as she sank to the floor. "Give me bread! " Just then the curtain came down with a roll. loi- I kicked a lnongrel cur, It let out an awful wailg lVhere did I kick it, sir? Ah! thereby hangs a tail. 101 MR. DUPUY: "Your answer's as clear as mud. ' ' RUTH: "VVell, that covers the ground, doesn 't it?" - AS THE MOVIES D0 IT THE LADY OF THE LAKE CECIL B. DE MILLE presents ' ' THE AFFAIRS OF JAMES FITZJAMES ' ' At the stupendous cost of S16,893,250.1O for lavish interior bedroom Adapted f1'0ll1 the poem by Sir Walter Scott Art titles and stage settings by Rube Goldberg Lord James Douglas Edward FitzJames, known familiarly as "Jim," while traveling in Scotland meets a charming maiden, Ellen. Immediately they fall in love with each other. Jim is disgusted with modern life, and tells Ellen about the present degeneration in a se- ries of scenes beginning with Adam and Eve in tl1e Garden, and ending With .the Fall of Rome. Jim then asks Ellen to marry him, but she refuses for some mysterious reason. They next meet in The Ritz-Splendo Hotel, where Ellen is shown in the lavish interior bedroom as Lady Ellen Vere-DeVere, the most popular debutante of the season. Fol- lows a sad scene in which Jim is disillu- sioned, and Ellen tells him that she refused to marry him because he did not like modern girls a11d she could not marry him under false pretenses. RESULT-Ten minute fade-out. AFTER CENSORSHIPZ Lord James, etc., leaves with his parents on a fishing trip. At the side of the lake sits Ellen, reading the "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire." They discuss this great work together,-how the last days of Rome are paralleled by the gaiety of today, how the country is going to the dogs, etc. After which James shakes hands with her and Catches his train for the city. THE JOURNAL LAUNCELOT AND ELAINE GEORGE MELFORD presents "THE HEART OF THE SAHARA" "A YVOMAN'S FLAMING ANSVVERH Based upon Tennyson 's poem, Lauucelot and Elaine Launcelot Jones, a young English chap, graduates from Oxford, and becomes engaged to Guinevere St. Claire, a gay young lady. There is a tender "Goodbye" when Launce- lot goes exploring in the Sahara. He is cap- tured by a tribe of Arabs, whose Chief comes to love the brave boy and makes him his heir. Hereafter he is known as Ahmed Ben Launcelot. Once, while in the city of Omaire, the "Doorway of the Desert, the Gateway of Civilization," he sees a young girl who he thinks is Guinevere. He captures her. She is not Guinevere, but Elaine Lily Maide. He holds her captive, and soon they come to love each other. He tells her of his former engagement and she refuses to marry him. They are both despondent, and Ahmed Ben Launcelot decides to send Elaine ,Lily Maide back to the "Doorway of the Desert," etc. For this purpose he hails a passing caravan, and, asthey come near, whom should he dis- cover but Guinevere and Arthur, the chauf- feur, with whom she has eloped. So all is well. AFTER CENsoasH1P: Launcelot Jones, an explore1', goes hunting wild animals in the Sahara. There, sitting on the burning sands, is an Arab girl, Elaine Ben Hassan. She tells him of all the historic incidents these sands have seen, and he shows her the best way to shoot tigers. QTiger conveniently appears for this purpose.Q Then they shake hands and part, Lanncelot return- ing to England and marrying his sweetheart Guinevere. 0,.. EVANGELINE DAVID WEEK Gmrrrru presents His Latest Masterpiece "WAY UP IN ARCADYH Suggested by the poem by H. W. Longfellow "In the little Village of Grand Pre, In Arcady, the home of the Happy-" lives the Girl fEvangelineJ and the Boy QGabrielle.j Lured by the Beauty Contest in the Motion Picture Magazines, the Girl leaves for the wicked city where she gets lost in the crowd. The Joy, meanwhile, waits at home until he can stand it no longer. So he too leaves his happy home. For years he searches for her-one day, even, on Lincoln Highway, his Ford passes hers. Yet neither see the other. The Boy becomes ill and goes north to recover his health. One night, amidst the howling of the wolves, etc., he hears--yes- the cry of a, woman. He wonders if he is hearing things-takes a step forward, hesi- tates, etc.-thus giving the woman, if indeed it is a Woman fend indeed it is none other than Evangelinej-a. good chance to be de- stroyed. But she isn't. .lust as the ice crashes in upon her the Boy grabs her by the hair and yanks her out. Final fadeout now in order. - AFTER CENSORSHIP: Name changed to "Fishing in the North." The Boy and the Girl go fishing. The next five reels show how they do it and what they catch. Then they go home. ,oi FOUR YEARS AGO TODAY Dorothy Dealey had a case on Miss Fitzgerald. Roma Kaufmann wanted to know where the elevator was. Helen Wentworth wept because she didn 't know hor English Rules. Florence O'Neill took her first trip to the ofiice. Adelaide Polle wrote a poem for the Journal. This was the first and last time. Eileen Lynch caught her first glimpse of Miss Noonan. Straightway she fell. Eleanor Throndson was elected Yell-Leader of the Freshman Class, a position she has oc- cupied oif and on Qmostly onj for the last Four Years. 'E' I, Jocelyn Babbitt, do bequeath my serious aspect and sweetness of nature upon Dixie Ken- nedy, with the hope that they will aid her in securing the position of Joke Editor on the next Journal. I, Norma Milani, do give my talent for getting into trouble to any member of the school who could stand it. I, Virginia Rossi, do give my 'ftired of the world" look to Bettie Scoble, who acts as though she needs it. -I, Eloise Fitch, do leave my fashionable slonch to Miss Rosenberg for use in the Gym- nasium. I, Sophie Shainman, de give my draped photographs to Miss Armer as a token of llly undying love and aifection. I, Bertha Widmer, do make a present of my ability to exasperate the Faculty to Buell Carey with the warning to use it sparingly. I, Fleurette Dowdell, do bequeath my abil- ity to capture the spot-light to Emma Brescia. With her own and mine, she should go far in her chosen path. ,I I .AG RISL. l',q.' Ile! HIRE Ru:-:i 'l'lIB"" Vol I Qtoo manyj No. 3 Published to go into the Hearths and the Fireplaces of our Subscribers. Lectures Given in Auditorium Four bells! 1-2-3-4! What could it be? Hopefully we trooped to the Auditorium. And there, Mr. Freeze from the Est-ce qui Mot Company, gave us an interesting talk on the "Psychological Sig- niicance of the Eskimo Pie. " It was interesting and' edu- cational. Among other things he said "Few things attain the popularity of the Eskimo Pie. Why? Because it is cool. From this we draw a great moral lesson. In every emer- gency, Keep Cool!" The school agreed that it was "just wonderful!" L-01. Lost Books If the girls who have lost the following books will call at the "Bookroom," identify their property, and pay Miss Daniels ten cents for Ending them, they may reclaim them in six months after she had time to read themj. Fitzgerald: ' ' The Beautiful and Dammcd"-32.00 net. Joan Conquest: "Desert Love"-75 cents QSpecial Sale.J "I confess"-A maga- zine of Personal Experi- ences. fThe owner of this may have it at once as Miss Daniels has finished it.j Glynn: U B e yo n d the Rocks ' '-Rudolph Valentino Edition, with profuse illus- trations from the Motion Pic- ture production. Clllustra- tions cut out for Mxiss Hobes' Bulletin Boardj Hull: "Heart of the Des- ert"-A novel without aster- isks. f2B5 day book from the library.j N. B. The Freshman who ,lost "Aladdin and the Won- derful Lamp" immediately, as doesn't wish to may have it Miss Daniels read it. ...T0-..- Dogs Be Should Hot Censored? A very important question was put to our prominent girls-about-school this month. It was-"Should Hot Dogs Be Censored By The Faculty Before Entering the Pure Por- tals of Girls Hi?" Here are their opinions. DIXIE KENNEDY: "I take a firm stand upon this question. The constitution guarantees everyone the right of free speech-it should not be vio- lated. Let the Hot Dog also go free, etc." Miss Kennedy was still talking when we left.j C L A R I s s E FRIEDLANDER: "When our forefathers moor- ed the sturdy May Flower on Plymouth Rock why did they leave the land of their birth? Because they were prosecuted! Shall we who come after them, stand prosecution! "Noi We shall not! Nei- ther shall our Hot Dogs! " ELOISE CLAYBURG: UM. J. B. Coiee. VVhyi" FLORENCE BAKER: ' 'How in the name of common sense do you expect me to answer that question? Why, it's ri- diculous. It needs thought and research work. I am not prepared to answer extempo- raneously. ' ' Miss ROSENBERG flocking up from her work of weigh- ing, measuring, and asking Freshmen the color of their parents' eyesj: "On ac- count of having one less teacher, the Physical Culture Department is unable to at- tend to that matter. I would suggest, however, that tags with names on them be tied to every hot dog, and when they are put in the pot for cooking, one face north and the other east." Miss Konnaanez "A Hot Dog came to visit one day, And on its back a bug did Play! I A baby then did eat a slice, The baby died-which wasn't nice. "And so you see, the facultee Knows just how hot a Hot Dog should be- And if, perhaps, they seem severe- Remember all the children who died last year." i At Last-the Reason! B. Miller-' ' His wife was a very sweet woman and they were very happy together, and so at the age of --, Lowell died.' ' THE JOURNAL THE GIRLS' HIGH MIRROR Published at the Convenience of the Editor THE STAFF Miss ARMER ..... ....... ....... . . .Censor Miss NOONAN ...... ....... . ..... . . .Censor Miss KOHLBERG .... ........ . ....... . . .Censor EDITORIAL What Shall We Feed The Freshmen? When the Freshmen enter our beloved school, the Treasurer of the Senior Class advances the President of that Class five dollars for the purpose of giving the Freshmen a reception. Now, the question always arises, "What shall we feed them?" Punch, the Faculty feels, is suggestive-and accordingly it is taboo. Cookies are expensive, and their food value is not very great. The Freshmen, we all realize, need nourishing food, and therefore the Mirror suggests that 20c be spent on a box of puffed rice whose food value equals one pound of meat, one sardine, two medium sized potatoes, and any num- bers of bananas. Now, in the past, this matter of food for the Freshmen has not been given suiiicient consideration. We have not been acting fairly. Not only this school, but every school in this city, has neglected this matter. We can't improve others, but if we improve ourselves by taking better care of the defense- less Freshmen, we shall be doing a deed of which we may well be proud. "Come on, Girls, let 's wave our banners high- Come on, Girls, let 's plan to do or die" Can you hear these inspiring words and sit back doing nothing? No! On for better food for the Freshmen! she said. "Say, can you lend me 33 cents to get across the Mirror Reporter Interviews Famous Actress-Former Graduate Tells of School Life It was with inward fear and trepidation that we look- ed forward to interviewing the famous movie actress, Miss Geraldine Pickford, who has had a prominent part in every mob scene for the last live years. As she stepped oif of her train at the Oakland Mole, we were there and "May we interview you?" we chor- used. She looked surprised. Then she said graciously, "Sure, Go ahead!" "We are from the Girls' High Mirror," we began. "Well, isn't that nice!" Bay on?" We were overwhelmed at this honor but managed to collect the money between us, and lent it to her. "Did you ever go to Girls High?" we asked. "I sure did," she answered. "For two months! First I went to Girls, but I prefer co-educational institutions. They are more in my line, if I may say so. So I transferred to Poly, and from Poly to Lowell, from Lowell to Com- merce, from Commerce to Mission. Then we moved to Oakland. But I shall always remember those two months at Girls. Some little shack! I guess they never thought that I'd bring them fame, eh?" "O, yes," we told her, ' ' every teacher says you were very clever." "O, do they? W'ell, maybe I was." Conversation lagged, and so for want of something better to say we asked her if she knew Rudolph. "Whol" she asked. "Oh, Rudie! Of course, why we're like sister and brother togeth- er. Did you see me in his last picture?" We had to confess that we hadnft. "Noi Well, I was in the Erst row of the audience in the bull-fight scene. I waved my hand at him.' " We were stunned. That a girl from Girls Hi, for two whole months-should be able to wave her hand at Rlld0lphl It was unbeliev- able. The School is, and has good reason to be, proud of its former student for two months--Geraldine Pickford. ,oi- Tactful Taps 3 Mild and Milkfed by ' Simple and Sweet. Q Who was the girl who sneaked into the Caf two min- utes before the bell rang? Oh, Vida! Q There 's a girl with a case on a certain Miss A-r-m-e-r. Oyeziudeedl Who is she? O, Sophie! Q Why do we get a holiday on October 12thT O, Columbus! Q Miss Hobe gave an "ex" to one of her classes yester- day. O, Miss Hobe! Q Six girls dropped Physics this month because Mr. Of- THE JOURNAL feild was taken to separating the chairs during examina- tions. 0, Mr. Offeildl S Alice Olsen had to stay in the Detention Class one night last week. 0, Alice! 42 Marion Solomens was late this morning. O, Marion! - Q These are personals. O, yes! Simple and Sweet. MOM Swimming Sally Cdrown herself inj Slang. Let 's go-swimming! Say, who dlyon think you are, you dumbell? Where d' you get that stuff? Now, don 't get fresh or Hip. Are you on to who We are? l'll say you 're not, you poor iish, you mackerel! YVe're a bunch of young ladies from a select grave yard, trying to sling the snappy stuff they put over in the Sporty colyums of the Daily Know'Nothing. Do we succeed? I'll tell the World We d0n't! MOM Yes, We Have No Bananas Mr. Centner-"Is Alice Phillips absent today?" V. Helling-"Yes, she's here. ' ' MOM Heard in Class B. Mayer-"Poe married a widow and died soon after." Miss Arrner - "Raw-ther likely." MOM Reflections of a, Slightly Cracked Mirror If a school bloweth not its own horn, who shall blow the same for it? Q Girls High is certainly a wonderful school. Q VVe will be sorry when the Senior Class leaves, too. They're sure a good class HOW. Aren't we a Peppy Bunch? A The Freshies are cuter than ever. They are certainly a wonderful class. 3 And the Juniors and Sophs are wonderful, too. Girls High is certainly a wonderful place. MOM The Shack of Shiftless Shirkers There's a shack of shiftless shirkers On the banks of River Slow, Where the Lie-Downs and Be- Happies Are pretty sure to go. Where the Grumble-Mumble Flowers Bloom amidst the Weeds- There the Good-for-Nothing Shirker Scatters D i s c o ntentment seeds. But- In the Valley of Contentment In the Province of the Sweet You will find a Righteous City At the Base of Mt. Conceit. YVhere the People-You-Ad mire, In their lovely white-Washed homes- Are fine and so Dependable With nothing in their domes. And- In the Valley of Contentment fWhile the Shiftless Shirker roamsj They read, in their white- washed parlors- These empty moral pomes. MOM Explained! Mr. Oifeild-" What 4 are you doing, Eloise?" Eloise-' ' Nothing. " Mr. Offeild-"And what is Lucille doing?" Eloise-"Helping me! " Diplomacy Mose-"Where do you work, Rastusin Rastus - "Ah help my father." Mose-"And what does your father do?" Rastns-' ' Nothing! ' ' MOM No Lie! Miss Armer-"Are you helping Barbara, Florence? " Florence-' ' Yes. ' ' Miss Arxner-"VVhat are you doing, Barbara?" Barbara-' ' Nothing. " MOM Recitations as We Hear Them Miss Jacobs-"Why did Shakespeare grow more seri- ous during the second period of his writing?" L. Alves-"He had gotten married! ' ' MOM A Love Ditty CDedicated to A Sport Ditty which appeared in the extra.j When the sun comes out at night- When the Faculty has a fight- When A's appear on every card- Then, my dear, you'll be a bard! When Mr. Dupny quits chew- ing gum- When Naomi or Ruth says something dumb- iVhen a Geometry "EX" is a beautiful sight- Then, only then, will your rhythm be right. As for your rhyme-well, my dear- When Barbara Probasco be- gins to act queer- When Senior Class dues are only a dime- Then, my dear poet, your words might rhyme! THE JOURNAL THE JOURNAL A Prayer From speeches made by people who have nothing to say, from speeches made to take up the next period Cwhich is generally our study periodj, from speeches delivered in the pa-st, present and, we have reason to believe, in the future, O, Lord, Deliver us! From the people who speak at De- bating Rallies-from the Time-keeper who held the Watch and describes her psychological thrills as each minute ticked out, from the chairman who knows who won, but tells how, when, and why she decided not to tell, from the debaters, who, each in turn, have nothing to say and say it, from those who Hunaccustoined as they are," yet make us wish they were less accus- tomed , from those Who find everything they planned to say already said, from those who make clever remarks, from all the other people who have nothing to do with the Debate, but -speak for some reason not generally known, from all yell-leaders, except Vida, who is our pride and joy O, Lord, Deliver Us ! From the people who speak at Nomi- nation Rallies--from the person who will do her best if elected and the same thing if not elected-Cmoral : why elect. her?j from the person who needs no introduction, from the person who reads her speech from notes, from the person who does not-and forgets it, from the dozen or so Freshmen Candi- dates, from the yell-leader who makes us stand up and yell when we were al- most asleep , from the Coniidential speaker who talks to the first three rows, from those who .pull off little "stunts", from the person who is go- ing to say something original, from the candidates who nominate each other- O, Lord, Deliver Us! From those who speak at Activities Rallies, from the President who dis- turbs us by speaking of cleaning up the yard and policing the "Cat", from the Debating Club "Stunts", from the poetry produced by members of the S. P. A., from the Editors and Business Managers of the "Mirror' ' and "J our- nal" the burden of whose message is, "We want, we need, we must have", from the girls who casually meet in the center of the stage and discus-s the mer- its of their respective clubs, from the Secretary who reads so that We can hear her, from the people who tell her that she can 't be heard, from the back- ground formed by the Senior Class- O, Lord, Deliver Us. From people who speak at Rallies and say more than is absolutely neces- sary- From those who repeat what has been -said more than a dozen times in the past- From these-and all others-Good Lord,-Deliver Us! ...-01... How to Become Famous Cut Gym twice a week and get away with it. Raise a riot in Miss Hobe's Cla-ss and get away with it. Talk more than Othella Burner. Lead a yell as Vida does. Get as many "case-ees" as Barbara Perkins has. Get the Pep of Madeline Johnson and Clancy. Be able to pass a Physics "ex" without' help from your neighbor. 'E' Ex's, Ex's, everywhere, with drops and drops of ink, But never a teacher who 'll leave the room And allow a girl to think. THE JOURNAL THE JOURNAL AMONG US .MORTALS 1' 1 ' !+ 1-n S - 7 Q gg Q if xx II-I ' 'Y , f Ix -"' W 6 ' Q' me 3 xc, P "JM - "M" I. S519 ' I Q g S 4- I., -- 'X I fx ' ! mn mam - I HOBUEQ-Ag'l?UDY HITILE-wxqgfeiziu THEY Don NOVA! HER! . .,,,, X y 'Q , X' L fy I I I I E, H MA A f- I' A -' YBELLE' ND THE fa' - ,AA IG ACE enxovs cum m ETERNAL E5KlN1O'P1E II ,J N nts msvnucrorfs-NE,?,, -. XI' if we saw Mons: I ll, 0 i I' I - . . N I , ff I ll Il m 0- ' Sf? I I 5:5 I I X... 44 I f I I 1 . .. W "h0W'LETME sssltw ' who TES EETWFE Trip? if-'FTC-"-EDN,::s5'1!gns REC HALL AND DRESSING 130 OM' swiss .Bo,,,N TWNKING OF I-OST ANOTED SPEQIES IN G.H.S. lSA'BRQADENlNCrlNFLUENkE! f 7 I I L 14271 6 N I I xx J'4 wiv: ' K'-E52 3 ' 1 -421 Y fr: x aj, 6 H P 56 ,3 SI I -. if 7 .. :'?1'f7' 'X . 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FROM-I-EP1' 1'o-1uGu1'-- evsuu, a'osEPHmE,1au1aY,Anu I-015' RUBY IS lN'J:RAlNlNc,- AND su-QE SOES Mics Hug Nom-,A-r nan!-gggmg I-WS COMES El-Lfus mnsnen row-Aro:s.JossPHfuesmo1usnuvsus-rs onnqoopwancug E. ww THE JOURNZL Amana Us 1-4oR'rm.s v-RALLIES - , f 1 f W Qx ,-igx Af L b QW 9? 5 . Sl 3,9 ' v O - Y I f' 9 9- .- I f-D, in ff K I I 4.' f if 4 , . nw -K " 1 kj K o I I X X lk Q An Lean ANNOPNCFNG- as up X -hM,2'c.unLs wake womqmg J so RD,PND we HOPE you R X LIKE I M K . , lwfilq, WA' 'I E Q - .. E DE WE HAVE ALWAYS Qiglxxcj mail, LL A T5'm2"ljs..iIUs5, w,,,,.1.,,-L L.-,ygvl nonoqcxunanrluc, A sammy SHFWSEE THE Gramm Q . CREZATION-v FASHION S4H0,W M , . . 'ff ff . . ' ef.. I f 6 Y 6 ,' E ' pg R5 ' C J 1 " f 1 W EJ W2 ' , 0:1 5415 ' 'R ' ' Q ' D X I n , A A NX :!'Er:1Ea.'E,?ailBrtx321s':'Euyz:lgE::4LlzS5 5g is M' I1 1gS,iNrZR19:aal:'1LnasE'1i:r,Sg:'s Jug' -' cu Aoeo nmFrEEumnnnnLF ,REVUI , LBESTMAN-'RULE REAR! -TH wb fe. ., Aff' Q W gg' - cv: -s FN ., . if B11 ff XS . X3 QM' 'Q 1' X. . . xr K u - 'b - Y , ,, .. f 7 NNJQ 351 Q!-'. qf FAcun.1'Y'R0W -ausr 15 Few' m1'EREsTE1J."'FQCHFR5-Miss MANE,Ar ermsms mcmr comm fronouuc'PA1'sRs.- MISS 'W'f'f'5 'S READING 'PF'-'Cm'-wmcu sus HA: eanruscrrrzo- 1-as FAc.m.1'y nous ENJOY THE 'SHMIL ' ERYAN THE JOURNAL X A1 Explains He: "I fo-und this hairpin in my pocket. ls it yours?" She Cseverelyjz "No. I use brown hairpins. This is black." He Cbrightlyj : "Guess my fount.ain pen 's been leaking oiagain. " " O, ' i exclaimed t.he fair boarder, as a couple of calves scampered across the meadow, "what pretty cowlets. " "You are mi-staken, Ma'am," said the old farmer, "thi.em's bullets." She: "VVhy the black eye, old thing?" He: '40, I went t.o a dance last night and was struck by the beauty of the place." 4. . Now: "Wl1y are a girl 's ears nowa- days like a doughnut?" Then: "Well?" Now: "Because there is lots around and nothing betweenf' 'I' Little William, not feeling well, Shoved his sister down a well: And his Mother, drawing water, Said: "It's hard to raise a daughterf, 'E' Dumb : "Wl1y do you keep shouting, "O, electricityln? Bell: "I want to say something shocking. 5' 4. Iilll looking back t.o see if they Are looking back to see if I Am looking back to see if they Are looking bayck at me. . A Garden Romance He met her in the garden As the moon was beginning to rise, They walked along together Gazing in each other 's eyes. They didn 't seem to t.alk, though, They didn't even laugh- For he was a Berkshire Pig- And she a Holstein Calf.-Ex. The Lost Chord Seated one day at the organ, I was playing "Sallie Green," VVhen a brick came thru the window And landed on my bean, I know not what gink threw it, Nor what I said just then, But you can bet the words I uttered Weren't the -sound of a great ' ' Amen. ' ' Qs. An officer was showing an old lady over the battleship. "This," said he, pointing to an in- scribed plate on the deck, "is where our gallant captain fell." "No wonder," replied the old lady, "I nearly slipped op it, myself." 'B Mary had a little lamb, Some steak, some fruit, and custard, When her escort paid the check He found that hi was busted. Miss Reeves: "What is the name of the teeth that a human being gets last?" Ruby: "False " 4. He had long hair and a pensive look. He wrote a poem entitled "Wl1y 1 Live." U He signed it "Augustus" and sent it to a magazine. , The Editor Wrote him as follows: "My dear Augustus: The reason you live is because you sent your poem by mail instead ot' bringing it personally. ' ' 'i' We are Advertised by Our Loving Friends She: "Do you like Boston?" He: "No-I prefer Paris. No metal touches the skin."+ A girl is quite queer with her beaux, What she will do next, no one neaux, Sometimes she will smile, Most all of the while, And other times turn up her neaux. THE JOURNAL 4' '-Q ll THE JOURNAL cvifutographs THE JOURNAL jeokes TEACHER'-C 'Ignorant people ask more questions than wise people can answer. ' ' STUDENT-'KNO wonder so many of us flunk in exams." NIADELINE-Hxvhat an awful gash you have in your head !" CLANCY-"O, next to nothing, next to nothing." NOT ALL NEW. The examiner glanced over the top of his spectacles. "Are you sure," he inquired, "that this is a purely original composition you have handed in?" "Yes, Sir," came the answer. "But you may possibly, Sir, have come across one or two of the words in the Dictionary." CHANGING HOURLY. "Father, who is in power in Russia?" "According to the paper the party that opposed the conunittee that over- threw the group that rebelled against those who defeated the counter revolution, but I didn 't see the late extra." A HARD INDIVIDUAL. "He is a man with a grip of steel, an iron nerve, but a heart of gold." "Ah, a regular man of mettle l" CAN 'T BE BLAMED. HE-"Do you know I have lately fallen into the habit of talking to myself Y? " SHE-"I wondered why you were looking so bored." Of all sad words of tongue or pen, The saddest are these, "I'm broke again." TEACHER-"Have you had Geometry?" FRESHIE-CKNO. I was vaccinated before that broke out." Bobby, aged four, burst into the drawing room: "Mother, I've been playing postman and I've put a letter in every box in the street," he said with pride. "Nonsense, child," answered his mother. "Where did you get the letters?" "Oh," said Bobby, "I found them in a drawer of your wardrobe done up in pink ribbon." My ' .LMA QM! gf1f7,M,,,M- W,,,4,,,,u MWA M MM fgJwmiwflZ wj..W,z-E' lfzfaf 75"7l"Z74"'Zi7 -ffwwwfvfffvf AN-045 1L-.JQZJ weI..1.Q A14 151.741, JD I uuvpea ,f"KffLv,' .i ,f.,y"""f,4,,zfi2:,fe2LA',fMfQQ., ., N433 a,uf7l5- Danrwaycrto LJJMMJLMMM-QMJAK ' 94, 75,2 ' ' - W4 ,fn-wxslo ?f,ej"4fWZ43f2jf-an 75764 if 'Q a4mwM7gqjS'.7QrQffu757g,.,Ll Zi.,wf1'?Pfifiif7:.4 WW -Z47ZTfZfnw Jg4 W 7WW wwf-ww 1 ilwwli Wd M6 MW ,MZ Msfgfffxmwwyxf W Awww 42,011 LMZJM - va wuz, 7440 U ff . gf' . , aff , nw JMJ- Qfgl ,Zfiff"'?zjW Magma ig faffgess Zgiiif Away Aww , .fy THE JOURNAL Eh, Jeanie woman, it's a solemn thing to get married. Aye,-feyther, but it's a more solemn thing not to get married. If you don 't like the jokes we print, We know you 'd change your views, If you just got a little squint At those that we refuse. GUEST-May I sit on your right hand? HOST-Thank you, but I have to eat with it. VVon't you take a chair in- stead 'I ' Two college boys were talking over the phone. HENRY-What did you do this morning, Eddie? EDDIE-I washed out my pajamas. CENTRAL feutting inJ+I am ringing them. Mary had a little lamb, Then she went a-sailingg Mary lost her little lamb Leaning o'er the railing. CONCEALED INQUIRY SMALL BOY: "What's the use of washing my hands before I go to school, mother? I ain ,t one of those who are always raising them." SOMETHING MARIAN: "I have such a dreadful cold in my head." GLORIA: "Well, that is better than nothing. " ON ITS WAY And what is an egg? ' ' asked the Missionary who was testing his hopeful pupil 's knowledge of English. "An egg, " said the boy, "is a chicken not yet." SENIOR-"Did you ever take chloroform?" FRESHIE-NO? who teaches it?" THE JOURNAL FdJ6Z?ZdfZ?Zg Employment for HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS, TELEPHONE OPERATING offers GOOD PAY FROM THE START INTERESTING EMPLOYMENT , OPPORTUNITY F-OR ADVANCEMENT Complete 'information may be obtained 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. THE EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT 3434 Seventeenth Street, near Valencia St. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY THE JOURNAL COURT LANGUAGE. A colored woman one day visited the courthouse in a Tennessee town and said to the judge: ' "Is you-all the reperbate judge?" "I am the judge of probate, mammyf' "I'se cum to you-all 'cause I'se in trubble. Mah man-he's done died de- tested, and I'se got three little infidels, so I'se cum to be appointed der execu- tionerf' I WONDER. " Say, Dad, what keeps us from falling off the earth when we are upside down." "Why the Law of Gravity of course." "But how did folks stay on before the law was passed ? ' ' "Did you notice the little girl who just passed?" "The one with the blue sweater, black skirt, sport shoes, and bobbed hair ? " CCYES 77 ' ' Not particularly. " ' Giggle, giggle, little maid With your hair in bobs arrayed. With it bobbed you look so fair Like a mop-stick in the air.-Er. PAPA fat 3 A. MJ-"Good morning, Child of Satan." DAUGHTER-I ' Good morning, Father. " Why is the author the queerest animal in the world? Because the tale comes out of his head. SHE-"George, dear, you have such charming eyes," HE-"O, is that so?" SHE-HYES, they are always looking at each other." Why is a greenback more valuable than Gold?" Because you double it before you put it away, a.nd when you take it out you find it increases." The consoling friend said: "Pray tell me what were your father 's last words. " DIXUGHTER-POOP father had no last words, mother was with him to the end. IHI' IOIRZXAL I CHIC CARBONATED ICE CREAM a perfect food QJYCME ICE CREAM CC MAIN OFFICES 1313 SANSCME STREET SAN FRANCISCO Telephone Sutter 4800 THE JOURNAL MARY-My brother is so strong that the other day he tore up a pack of cards with one hand. IXIARIAN-Th2lt,S nothing. My brother is so strong that this morning he rushed out of the front door and tore up the street. TEACHER-IS that your father 's signature? PUPIL-As near as I could get it. If at Hrst you don 't get caught, cut, cut again. Jack Spratt was very fat His wife was not so lean And so between the two of them, They filled their Ford machine. The richest a.nimal in the world is a frog because he has a green ba.ck. The next richest is the duck who has a bill and goes into the water to liquidate the little money-all for divers reasons. The poorest is the skunk because he has only one Csj cent and that is bad. Come mama, quick! Baby is eating raisins 0E the tlypaper. HELEN-APG you taking any books home, tonight? I BEV.-Sure, my car-book. - ' What is the diiference between a sewing machine and a kiss? ANS.-0118 sews seams nice and the other seems so nice. "The stork has brought a little peach," The nurse said with an air "How glad I am," the dear dad said, "He didn 't bring a pear. " "Who discovered America?" "Ohio," said the little girl. c'No5 Columbus discovered America." '4Yesg Columbus was his first name." THE JOURNAL Best Equipped I Faculty of Musical Tea-chi-ng School Artists on - Pacific Coast Spacious Recital Hall Two Recitals Each Month. A. ARTIGUES, Pres. l -E Largo Pipe Organ- V. DE ARRILLAGA, Director u ARRILLAGA MUSICAL COLLEGE 2315 Jackson Street MRS. LILLIAN KINNEY, Secretary Phone We-st 4737 GARDEN TEA SI-IOPPE Announces They Will Serve a- Special Home Cooked Dinner for Men, and Womcin for Efigltty-Five Cents Special Luncheon 500 Also A la Carte 173 LIAIDEN LANE formerly Union Square Ave "Say It Widm Flowers" PELICANO, ROSSI 86 'CO CNo Branch Storesj 123 KEARNY STREET Telephone Douglas 426 The National Toggery Co. Lacl'ies', Gents' and Clz,ildren.'s Fm'-zz-islzfings NI . 1 anagemelit 2145 Mission street, bet. mn and mn CAROLINE F. VS HITE Branch Store: Phone Douglas -1428 Hours 5:30 to 7:30 Castro Street, bet. Nth 35 18th. THE JOURNAL BIISS STUDENT : We want you to become one of our depositors while you are still at School, and we want you to continue with us as a depositor when you enter business life or become a housewife. We can assure you, from our experience, that a bank account, properly added to from time to time, becomes a mainstay in times of temporary distress. Open with us fn-ow. We shall be very pleased indeed to have you with us. The French American Bank 108 SUTTER STREET SAN FRANCISCO FOSTER 55 QREAR CLARK, WISE 62 CO Candies of Unchallenged Quality Light Luncheon Service From a Model Specialty Kitchen 137-139 GRANT AVENUE CANDY BOOTH IN FERRY BUILDING Telephone Garfield 2500 Pianos, Player Pianos Talking Machines 55 STOCKTON STREET SAN FRANCISCO A. Sc. J. LEVIN LEATHER Goons AND TRUNKS BOSTON BAGS AND BEAUTY Boxes 884 Market Street 638 Market Street ' 1565 Fillmore Street ADA CLEIIENT LIUSIC SCHOOL 3435 SACRAMENTO STREET FILLMORE 898 THE JOURNAL Best of Luclc to the Podesta 85 Baldocchj Class of '22 I FLORISTS - .l .. NEVV FILLMORE THEATRE Telephone Kearny 4975, The Home of PARAMOUNT PICTURES and the 224-226 Grant Avenue best Photoplays S311 F1'a11C1SC0 C. L. BERETTA F. C. JENKS JENKS-BERETTA OPTICAL CO. Makers of Eye Glasses and Spectacles 608-09-10 SHREVE BUILDING 210 PosT STREET AT GRANT AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO Conracli's Pharmacy , , D D Rhine 's Candies on Prescrfzptzon Druggzsts Sale at the "Cz1f',' California and Hyde Streets gan Francisco . N HENRY RHINE Sa Co. T6l6pl'lO116S: F1-auklin 3771 SAN FRANCISCO Franklin 3069 Davis Schonwasser Pat1'ick's 81 CO' Rllbbel. Stalnps Stencils GRANT AVENUE AT SUTTI-:R STREET SAN FRANCISCO 560 RIARKET STREET Headquarters for Junior SAN FRANCISCO and Misses Apparel THE JOURNAL SCOTT, MITCHELL 8: HERGER CORPORATION TAX EXPERTS 751-55 Phelan Building San Francisco JOHN O. BELLIS The Store of a T ho-usavid Novelties 55 GEARY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO COMPLIMENTS OF BUZZELL ELECTRIC WORKS 532-544 SANSOME ST. SI-IELLGRAIN 62 RITTER FLORISTS Flo-ral designs a specialty Telephone Kearny 3999 148 :KEARNY STREET Sutter Hotel Building GRANAT BROTHERS MANUFACTURING J EVVELERS Two STORES AND A LARGE FACTORY 1610 Geary St. 2242-50 Mission St GIFTS chosen from the infinite variety of our stock will express the individuality of your taste and personality. We invite a comparison of our prices. Cvlunm S SL G. Gump Co IE Below E1 Q46-268 Post St. 'Union Square DOn't Weai' a Fur Which Is Out of Style We Will Remodel It At Very Small Cost ALL VITORK GUARANTEED Chicago Cloak 86 Suit Co 975 Market Street near 6th St. THE JOURNAL BACKIN G EDUCATION Because it believes the future growth, importance and delevop- ment of California., lies in the hands of those Who are now at- tending scl1ool,,tl1e Bank of Italy pays particular attention to the men and women of tomorrow. BANK OF ITALY - . -QE i t Fleissner 86 Kron 1 Y U l l RETAIL JEWELERS I '5"5"!' Telephone Sutter 1452 238 STOCKTON STREET San Francisco When contemplating your own home of the future, remember that the experience of L. Kreiss and Sons in furnishing homes artistically and at moderate cost, is at your disposal. ' Sulfur- and Sbolfon., Slrsels ,A- df' LKREISS 8: SONS NF THE JOURNAL Every 'woman will welcome with grateful enthusiasin the new Model THOR 32-a machine that will pay for itself over and over again, lIl11'01lgl1 what it DOES. The THOR washes without harm the things you would not dare rub on a wash board-dainty laces, lingeries. anything. The THOR is one of the many electric labor s11'vm's that bears the " CHECK" SEAL, which mcfms that it is inspected and certified by the Look fog' this Look fui' this Pacific: States Electric Q Company Q ' San Francisco - Los Angeles - Oakland - Portland - Seattle THE JOURNAL Member Feder-ral Reserve System and Associated Savings Banks of San Francisco The San Francisco Savings and Loan Society CThe San- Francisco Bankj SAVINGS COMMERCIAL 526 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. MISSION BRANCH, Mission and 21st Streets PARK-PRESIDIO DISTRICT BRANCH, Clement 8: 7 th Ave. HAIGHT STREET BRANCH, Haight and Belvedere Sts. JUNE 30'rH, 1922 Assets ------ 9576,170,177.18 Deposits ------ 72,470,177 .18 Capital Actually Paid Up - 1,000,000.00 Reserve and Contingent Funds - - 2,700,000.00 Employees' Pension Fund - - 385,984.61 A Dividend to Depositors of FOUR and ONE-QUARTER Cellgqpj per annum was declared for the six months ending June 30, 1922. J OOST BROTHERS, INC. 1053 Market Street Telephone Market 891 DR. HARRY NORDMANN OPTOMETRIST Crockery, Glassware, Athletic and Sporting Goods, Stoves, Cooking ' Utensils, Cutlery, Electrical Telephone DOUGLAS 3329 AVHITTELL BUILDING, 166 Geary St SAN FRANCISCO Goods, Paints and Oils Scientific Automobile , Lubrication Station. Select Your Graduation Gift from Washing and Polishing MARSH 86 CO. Kodaks and Fou-nta-'in Pe-ns - M0f01'S Cleaned 712 Market street Monthly Contracts Pacific 8644 441 First Avenue Telephone Douglas 1591 THE J O U 115 NAL ROBERTSOINVS A Book Store 222 Stockton Street UNION SQUARE H. PLATH Ss SON, Proprietors "THE FERNERIESH WHOLESALE FLORISTS LAWRENCE 61: XVINNIPEG AVENUES SAN FRANCISCO Stone Typewriter 86 Ribbon Manufacturing Co. Rebuilt Typewriters and Supplies Special Rental Rates to Students Telephone DOUGLAS 4488 514-516 HIARKET STREET Portraits in this Journal Made by LA FAYETTE STUDIO 116 Geary Street TELEPHONE SUTTER 2180 Compliments of MRS. FREDERICKS 56407 CBRAND F7 .-' , Food Products M Mm The E. Shoemaker Co San Francisco - Oakland James A. Morgan Makes Girls' High Pins and Diamond Engagement Rings Room 659 PHELAN BUILDING SIXTH Fnooa Z. Milani Poultry Co. Poultry Dealers 31 7-319 YVashingt0n Street THE JOURNAL ave You Started an Account with the Official High School Depository? The Anglo-California Trust Company, as the oihcial depository for San Fran- cisco High Schools, invites you to open an account. Start your savings account now and be among those saving for success! I f you already lzwve an account, are you depositing regularly? Systematic saving is the secret of success in money matters. ALL THE SERVICES OF THIS BANK ARE AT YOUR COMMAND Anglo-California Trust Co. Com-mere-ial Sa vi ll gs Trust Bond De pa rt ments The City-TVifZe Bank Market Sz Sansome Streets San Francisco. Market, McAllister Mission Sz 16th and Jones Streets Fillmore 8: Geary 101 Market Third 8 Twentieth THE JOURNAL Spreckels Market Creamery High Grade Creamery Butter MamLfa,ctu1'ers of Butter, Eggs, Cream, Sweetmilk and Buttermilk Telephone Sutter 1291 251 STEVENSON STREET 751 MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO WILSON "THE COFFEE MAN" SPRECKELS MARKET HENRY ROSENTHAL MEAT DEPARTMENT SPRECKELS MARKET' SPRECKELS MARKET SPRECKELS MARKET POULTRY CO. BAKERY 4' 1' 4' , Wholesale and Retall Dealers in Quality Gogds at Poultry and Game Reasonable Prices 'I' 'P 4' SPRECKELS MARKET 751 MARKET STREET THE JOURNAL VISIT THE JAPANESE ART STORE 'E' 'S' 'E' BASKETS, LUNCHCLOTHS KIMONOS VASES, INCENSE ORIENTAL NOVELTIES '!"!"5' 1423 POLK STREET Between, PINE 8: CALIFORNIA San Francisco NON CLASSIFIED ADS -:Q 4- fs' Rficlwnoncl Art Shop, 726 Clement St Leviuis' Flower Shop, 1803 Fillmore Little Mexican Art Shop, 9th Ave and Clement St. Ed's Togs, 632-34 Clement St. Majestic Market, 792 First Ave. Compliments of Harbough 85 Co. 425-33 Wa.sl1ington St. LA U B S C H E R 'S DELICATESSEN SPIECKELS MARKET 751 MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO Telephone Kearny 2513 United Flower 66 Supply Co. Inc. WHOLESALE FLORISTS FLORISTS' SUPPLIES 4-IS BUSH STREET San Francisco all A :.Q...W" I t's a W'aZlf-Over PRINCESS PAT The Correct Sh-oe for Teacher or Scholar Ywalk-Over Shoe Stores 214 PoST ST. 938 MARKET ST THE JOURNAL A Fresh I Food to Build Health Thousands of people have solved the problem of correct eating by adding to their daily diet three cakes of Fleischmann's Yeast Not only is Fl8lSCl1l11HHH,S Yeast the greatest known source of the Vitamin B, but also supplies abundantly the fac- tors that repair the body tissues. Fresh daily at your grace-r's THE FLEISCHMANN COMPANY , Compliments of HABENICHT AND HOWLETT l GLASS THE JOURNAL CE CREAM is now recognized as one of our best Winter foods. It is rich in sugar and milk fats, our two most valuable heat producing foods. azibfwf I nsist on- .Ze PURE AND GOOD NATIONAL ICE CREAM CO. 371 Guerrero Street Phone Market 33 Telephone West S2 R. BYINGTON, Prop. BYINGTON ELECTRIC oo. RIUHMUND BAKERY Estimates We Insfal and THE SIGN Gladly Given Repalr RBY93 I Everything A550312-Eli of Main Store, 348 Clement Cor. 5th Ave Elecmcal OF SERVICE Fixtures Branch No. 1, 19th 8: Geary Sts. ELECTR-ICIANS AND LOCKSMITHS Branch NO- 2, 23d 3 Clelllent Sis- 1809 Fillmore Street Above Sutter PARODI, ERMINIO 85 CO. INC. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS Telephone Douglas 4446 334-340 WASHINGTON Sr., SAN FRANCISCO G R O B L E R S Phone Douglas 4810 323 STOCKTON STREET MARCELLING PERMANENT I-IAXRXVAVING VVITH OIL SHAMPOOING T H E J 0 U 1: N A L ' 'GOOD SHOES SINCE 1894" af . ,, V L, amp slan: dy ' APPMI5 to I Indifuidual Taste Whether for Graduation or Serveicel You 'll find footwear Fashions here, which express the indi- viduality of merit. Prices are consistently reasonable. SOMMER 85 838 Market St. 119 Grant Ave. KAUFMANN ALL THINGS MUSICAL Sherman E ay8c.Co. Kearny and Sutter Sta., San Francisco Founeemh and Clay Sn-een, Oakland N The x A749 X Goldberg, Bowen Co -' s x ..l 'I - -'--., Nr L 1 O f The Re-Modeling of their gl ,,. W, ,K W X Sutter Street Store Albers xi ,"5T5A3J. - 'N , - i '. 3. N I 1 ,... . ,,.. ,O The Fmest GZ' X' ' l fu , 'j'i'11gQ-,wir In the West M fit i' 1e .f ' K :lil Q3 W il 75 -Ji A 5 Everything to Eat A if waffle 6 :75 Properly Ke we X xref Eveyfboglb Haplyff Ch pt and Displayed arge Accounts Free Delivery Telephone Sutter 1 THE JOURNAL TOUGH. CARL: "What do you say to a tramp along Beebe Lake? CARLINE: "I never speak to the horrid things." Chr'z'stmas and New Year Greeting Cards for the Holidays Wholesale and Retail Special Rates to the High School Girls Get a New Plate WALTER BRUNT PRINTING - PURL1sHING,- BADGE WORK - ETC. Now permanently located In Ne-w Home 111-121 SEVENTH STREET Below Mission, Opposite Main U. S. Post Office New Phone Market 7070 Private Exchange C0'll'1t6t3t'lllg all departments Open until 10 o'clock Sa-tm-days. I H . 1 'Q ,' 7 g cfmqnzes V 52 KEORNY ST. NEAR BIARKET We 'make a specialty of Fancy Packages for all Occasions Compliments of HAMILTON SQUARE BOOK STORE 2105 GEARY STREET Phone Kearny 2607 BLOCH'S HAIR STORE Mafz-1iom'ifng, S hampooiug Hair Dyeing All Kinds of Ha-ir Goods LIARKET STREET ABOVE FOURTH Compliments of LEON SOLOMON, Optician THE J OURNAL The Evelyn-Elinor Shop EJ7Cl'ZlSt1'l? Xmas Gifts 1572 Haight Street Phone Park 2410 Lessons given. on beaded bags R. SHWIED . Chosen Furrier and Designer 1410 Haight Street Phone Park 7420 BUY YOUR FURS FROM A RELIABLE PLACE 1Ve mlo Remodeling, Dyeing, Cleaning and Relining Furs at Lowest Prices- Guaranteed The Newest of the New in. smart foot 'wear for the fasiiidious High, School Miss is always to be found 'in our shop. For every day 'wear or "functions" there 'is just the model hare for jeune fillo. 151-163 Posr STREE1' Fine shoes for forty-tive years The St. Francis School of Nursing Connected with the SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL Offers a course of two years and four months in the theory and practice of nursing to young Women in- terested in this noble work. Classes enter three times a vear- Jaozuary first, May first aiid September fi-rst. Enrollment for classes in progress now. Circulars and information may be obtained by applying to the Directress of Nurses at the Hospital Corner Bush and Hyde Streets THE JOURNAL Special Announcement E are pleased to inform you that in conjunction with our Ice Cream and Candies we are prepared to serve Luncheon, Afternoon Tea, Dinner and Evening Specials from 11 A. M. until midnight. 'SWEET5 ! 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