Napa High School - Napanee Yearbook (Napa, CA)

 - Class of 1923

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Q7 , , , 5 To OTTO PAUL RATHKE INT APPRECIATIONI OF HIS LOYALTY THIS NIAPANEE IS DEDICATED AND NEVER-FAILING EFFORTS TO FURTHER STUDENT ACTIVITIES 1922 rozg flll INAPANEE Azght -San Franczfco Bay L Prtze Poemj l here IS no moon lhe black xold of the bax Qtretches afar In stlllness eloquent ln from the sea Cbme vtlnd and sprax Rav. tang the ocean s sllent call XV1th bold free darlng blent I stand alone And feel the ICN breath Of countless wax es Ckplllrlg as thex fa l dream of seas Lone vshlte capped seas XX here one solltarx xsle Seems guardnan of all The night is clothed ln black strexxn thlclalx o er Wnth gems of flawless xxorth and purity lhex frlnge the bab ldlx I dream Dream happxly W e svt eep close bw An rsle vthlch rlses dark H et sparkllng a lnght gxlded prxson hell Out from the tom er lhat crovt ns the plle Long arms of llght sv. mg vude And say All s we ' A thread of llght l alls sparklmg on the trde lhe water xxrxthes beneath If a ln paxn And slaps and tv. :sts lt gleams and breaks l hen sxx ells agalnst the shore And falls agam Mx soul drunks deep And softlx 0 er me steals A sense dellclous of wld joy s release l End myself Back ID the world Of ex erx day vet more allx e lX4x heart at peace RLTH BUTLER l4l T . . , . 7 I , f I y ,f , , N. , H5 I ' - l Of all the scenes those twinkling eyes suggest: 7 .. . 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V 7 ' 7 Q, l THE 111xP1xN1:13 1922 IQ23 Edztorzal oxxx throuvh the ages have eome txx o types of men lhe destroxer h1s left hehnnd h1m rum elesolat1on and l'llLl6OL15 thourfhts Ex 1denees ol h1s he1nous mlsdeeds lle nn p11sons on hattlellelds and ln exerx street llls enmes are lar reaehnng and the results of h1s deeds spread ln an ex er xx 1den1ng elrele as rlpples spread upon a pool l'he other the builder has gn en L1SITldf7I'l1llLLl'1I hu1ld1nffs and nohle thouwhts llls ereatlons are LlI'C.1l'l'lLLlOlQ planned, llitl shoxx th1t the mln l ol the bulldex lg lWCdUfllLll Hls edlflees are lnsplratlons lflel thelr lnlluenee xx1ll l1xe IH the he nts ol men Dax hx dax thnouwhout tl1e past yCdI xxe have xx atehed sueh a l"LlllLllHg.f Qloxx lt has nsen under the dlreetlon ol the 1reh1teet and I9 a flttlng monument to l'll9 masterx We the students ol the N1p1 Unlon H1 h Sehool ale to oeeupx th If lWL1llLl1I'1f7 XX e are to enjox IIS eomfo1ts proflt hx nts adx QIVIKEIUSS and reap the hene nts nt has to oller C1reatest ol all xxe shall he glven the pnxllege of l1v1nf1 da1ly xx lthln the shadoxx of 1tS heautx ahsorhlng unconsclouslx lIS strength and mayestx lfltl heeomlnff a l1ttle hetter heeause ol them Msnhle lweautx 1s hut a transltory El'11I'lf7 lhe most majest1e ol lDLIllLllDUb xxlll lweeome a lorffotten rum H et somexx here nn the llves ol men IKS results xxlll l1xe lt xx 1ll hax e made someone hetter and xx 1ll hax e eontrlhuted somethlnff to the true heautx of the xxorld the beautx ol soul NN e heeome as the thmffs xx e loolx upon Our eharaeters and ou1 l1x es are molded llttle hx llttle lox ou1 surroundmffs and xxe IH time heeome txp1eal of the place xxe ll"ll'l3l7lI ll xxe sunound ourselx es xx1th the thlnvs ol xx h1eh our hzghext 1elC3lS 1re made xxe shall more nearly attaln those 1deals and beeome the tx pe of man xxe 1dm1re let us then malee ou1 thoughts our xx o1ds and our deeds as beautnlul as the l'Wl.1llx.llIAIff ln xx h1eh xxe reeelxe the Greatest asset ln the l1le ofman our QLlLICdIlOI'l lnl . . 'Y 31 1 11 - r 'i v 1- A D . Y 1 . , C, -. -' ' 1 . - ' 1 1 ' 11 11 ' f 111- -' 1 ' ' 11 ' 1 f- ' 1 1 ' 1 '11 ' 1 V -1 A ' 1 ' I 1 1 ' r ' 11 1- 1 . t., e W . ,, . . - 1 , i , . V, ,V ,A 1 ' 1 - 1 1' Vw' i 11 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 h 1 I e . , , - 1, 1. Q z 2 g ,' 'f 1 " 1 ' ' 71. 1 ' 1' 1 - 1' .1 -. . 1 Y. 1 1- 5. V -, , 1, , N XA -A i 1 N1 11 r 1 I 1 .rl 1 1 5 V I t 1 . . , 1, e' ' . . 'VY 1 A 1 I 1 11 4 2 . D , . 1 v .. O. r, 1-1 f A 4 ' f-1 - 1 I 1 . N h 1 -A V' D , , , . 1- '1 f 1 1 A r 1 1 I 1 1 ' x 1 1 7 , 7 C, f e ., ' . . 1 ., - . ',, , , . 5, , , ' 1 Y ' - - 1' 1 1 ' ' 11 1 '11' 1 1 . ' . C37 . D . 1 1 1 1 Jr rr 1' 4 11 1 ' 11 1 V 1 11 C 1 . ' 1 .11 - - -- 1 -1 f-1 1, ' f1 1 . . -, , . 1 I - I ' 41 J 4'x , -11 r X1 4 - 1 1 1 1 I , K, D - . I I... O. R. I IL'l.l., Prinfi al V, HxLl. Vin-Principal l6l -I K BELFORD Boys Athletzcs A C BOUDRI-AU Commerczal I Fix Muszc -I GILLIES Mechan1calDraumg I 1 M. E. CHIVERS, Commercial G. L. COBLIHQNTZ, History 7 M E HAMILTON Domemc Arz M R HARRISON Cwzcs and Economzcs M KIME Commerczal E MORGAN Englzsh ISI - - I ' - - - I - - V W. HEMMERLING, Spanish M. HILLS, Science . . , - , . , V ,I E PITMAN Agnculture O P RATHKE Mathemalzcs K A STEEVES Englzsh M C STEWART Engluh IQI li. SEWARIS, Science SNORIN: History X ILIWIR Art H I Qwmrow Ln lush R X XXOUDCOLK Iulzn H X WILIY Phmuallducalzon llO i. .lx .',f,g'. CLASSE I x l .-... ! 1- -i--- Q ' Q fp FALL MARY GRIFFITHS ELLEN FLANAGAN JAMES UNDERHILL KJELD SCHMIDT MARY GRIFFITHS MARv IN MCCORMICK QFF I CERS Presrdent Vzce PresLdent Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Yell Leader ll SPRING IXAARVIN MCCORMICK ELLEN FLANAGAN DIXIE CHILES JESSE ROSE EARL VAN DE VEERE VERA CHAPMAN ......,..,........ Secretary ......,....,..... HORACE CRAIGIE 21 GEORGE ATRESON ARLINE ALEXANDER ALBERT BFRGSTROM AMY BUTLER VITO BONACUISO U31 RUTH BUTLER VTRGIL BOUDREAU .JOSEPHINE CAMPBELL VIOLPT Cxsloa VERA CHAPMAN DIXIE CHILES HORALP CRXICJIE Mxklax C URIIS Rosfxuxn FERRERO II4 jEANE'r'rI5 CRAIG LORRAYNE CRANDALI. ELLEN FLANAGAN! FRED FOSTER MARY FOSTER KELLER GRIGSBY CECIL HARRIS GENEVIEVE HALE lla CHARLES GILLIES MARY GRIEFITHS HAZEL KRAMER NORMA KITTO THEODORE N1-XROIS BLANCHE Lu MARVIN 'vicCORwQR I If!! V1 ' f 'f v ROBERT HEFLIN ELISE HE1N MABEL JEPSON 161 DONALD POND LOUISE PRITCHETT BURGESS POOLE PAUL ROBERTS JESSE ROSE II WILLIAM MACKINTOSH DORIS MOIR MADELINE OLLIFFE MURIEL SQUIER ELSIE SIMPKINS MARIAA SOMERS THEODORE SMITH CLARA SOHL U81 KJELD SCHMIDT AMQLIA SEYFFER EMMA SEYFFEP. , GLENN STUBBLEFIELD VERONA STFERE ELIZABETH STEWAET EARL VAN DF VEERE FRANCES WRIGHT WILLIAM WEST II LUCILLE THOMAS LYDIA TALLMAN MURIEL VAN PELT 1922 IQZB IH15 NAPANEE Semors of Tomorrow ID xou ex er stop to Kl'll!'1l-x ofthe adx antages that the Sen1or Class of 24 xx1ll have over the Class of 22 ' We can eas1lx see the adx antages xxe have ox er PI ex 1ous classes hut let us th1nIt of next xe1r s 'iemor Class Ihe Class ol 2.4 lS Homg to haxe the adx antages ol a heaut1IuI nexx hmh sehool xx 1th the most complete CClUlPl'l1LI'lI I here xx 1ll he plentx ofelassroomc so that txx o classes xx 1ll not have to oceupx the same toom as some do noxx I here xx 1ll he a la1ge 1ud1tor1um that xx 1ll seat 12oo Ol ITIOIC people 1n xx h1eh the ellIll.VLI'lI class plaxs the D1amat1es Class produet1ons and the fDPLlLIId ean he held xx1th great sueeess Ihen too the educauonal adx antages a1e greatlx 1ne1eased lhe larve numhe1 ol class1ooms malee poss1hle sn1alle1 elasses and consequentlx moxe thoxough teaehmg Ihe xar1ous departments are to haxe sepa1ate sect1ons of the IWUIILIIHQ and are to he eompletelx outhtted There also xx 1ll he completelx equ1pped shops hu1lt IU the 1ear of the Nexx H1gh School so that shop xx orlx can he taken ut affam As athlet1cs h lp the student 1n h1s studles hx leeeplng h1m xx ell and ht the Nexx II1gh Sehool xx1ll he equ1pped XXlll'l 1 hne h1g, QXfTlI'ld5lUU1 Io1 the phx s1eal edue 1t1on cl isses Io1 h isleethall g1mes dl1LlOIl'1CI mdoor sports ll e 1th e held xx 1ll m 11 e ll PGSSIIWIL to haxe plentx of room to Ldflx on sueh sports IS foot that ILIIUIL, Semen Classes xx1ll haxe ox Cl the C lass of 23 LOLIISL thef lass of IS SOI s e 11 2 s memhets one lllel all a1e tflad to I noxx th II lutu1e el 1sses xx1ll h 1xe them XX e ol the C lass of 71 extend our best xx lshes to all Iutute classes and hope that thex xx1ll he ahle to use these adx mtafves to mal e Napa Hwh the hest ht h school Ill the stat V V V Napa in 1990 I xx ant to fret oil at Napa I told the conduetor I hax ent seen the old home toxxn for th1rtx xears It must he a good s1zed place hx noxx N ep It s some he1g1, 'Ill 11,f,ht 'XIea1lx half a m1ll1on people there noxx I el1dn t s1x San I 1 IULISCO I m tallonft ahout 'Napa Som I BIQQCSI xullaffe 1n the state Ihat lb 1I xou 1ncluele the suhu1hs of Yountxfllle RutherIo1el and Qoscol Vxfhat happened to the old toxxn any xx ax ' bnfhths struclx o1l d1dn t he O11 7 No nothmg lnlee that X ou see a couple of young felloxxs xx ere out hunt mg one day and d1scoxfered a very large cave 1n the htlls But xx hat xx as so xx ondetlul about the cave' Mushrooms lX4ushrooms7 Vvhat do xou mean7 ust that Ihe cave xx as damp and dark and the young chaps formed a com I2Ol . 1 s 7 - -' g . B 3 ' ' ,'- 1 2 I s L ' , f L I 1 I ki h I ra I 4 - y 1 -' vf 1 - Jr I I K x 1 v I 32 I I r VI ' ' my I 1 I N I In 5 f f s I ' I f 1 - -1 - 1 - ' s- s I I x I I 1 r J y b 1 ,vI x I v I V V F3 I ' I 2 I L' ' XI C - I I I - 1 1' ' z ' 5 IIIhele'g-e lftic I, -' ki- ' S'V s 1 -, Q- -. -'V . 5. - Q LS - hall. hasehall, amd traele xxithout interference. IIIhese are some oII the LILIYQIIWIZIQCS of 1 ' f ' I23 5 'rx' not to haxe theee manx' a Ixantanes, I ut 1ti A x 'xi' Q i 1 y 1 ' x C, 1 ' Q I A 3 N Z 'X xx' I ' X 1 I 14 I i, 1 V , is s . sk fam .i -It 1 'h 1 sv 5 ' s ' f-f " V. Us II 1 A If 2 'II s A 'I 1 - 1 I , nt f Q II I I . I 5 .I . I I un .. I . I . c I 7 . . ' I LI ' ' ' I. 1 5 1 . D , 1 I . e . 5 I I I 'I. I I I, VI I - I- 1 II: I M ' - , A 7 I . , I I I I ' -AJ ' ' M Y Y - - 1 THE NAPANBE lQ22 IQ23 pany and developed IC lnto the largest mushroom farm ln thc world Surely you have heard of the flrm of l-larrls and Pond Not Cxecll and Donald' Yep that s them But that aln t all We have the alrplane factory and the Smlth and Bergstrom l arm Products fo Alrplanes' l suppose some OUt5lLlCl started th lt Oh no Moll f ralff lnd lxramer oxxn that eoneern NIHCEE PCI eent of the 1lrplanes today be lr the red txxenty three You mentloned Smlth and Bergstrom Clan th ll be Webby and lxloscs' X ep that s them Bergstrom handles the ehlclaen e lnnery xx hlle Smlth lttends to the other products Lslelmo ples a SpLCldlIX It s fo lsted lb Qmlth s slogan xx hlle Bergstrom advertlses the ehlel en hx louflher than L lephant Hlde' lhe adx ertlslng IS eonducted hx Stubblefleld and Maclelntosh and foster IS the sup rlntendent of the xx hole xxorlas Qohl Van Pelt and Kltto are bosses ln the eannerx Castor Campbell and Prltchett are ln the other LllV1SlOI'1 l alxx ays lanexx that XVebfoot xvould malee good IH the ICC cream llne Xne Nloses Ioseph Albert used to tell me every dax hoxx much money he made xxlth hls poultrx Oh xes But If s a draxx hetxx een those factorles and the Bonamac Drug Com panx l he name IS taken from BOHGQLIISO and lvlcformlclx Bonny stepped rlght lnto Lex lnson s shoes ln a fexx xears he oxx ned the xx hole hlock Wcformlele belng blnlng the JUICE of the mushroom xvlth lnla HIS slogan IS Save the Surface and You Saxe All Bonnx s xxlfe IS a great help to hlm You lenow of eourse that he marrled Amx Butler lhe Seyifer SISICFS are hls booldeeepers jesse Rose lb head yanltor and lvlarx Grlfnths and Murlel SQLIICI' are hls ehemlsts You xxouldn t thlnlx that Bob Heflln xxould make a good danclng teaeher hut that s xx hat he 15 Hls rlffht hand lnstruetor IS lvlarlan CLIFEIS xx hlle she IS helped hx Verona Steere and Xllss lqerrero lhex have just latelx stalted a eorrespondenee eourse ln fancy Lldfltlflff DIXIL Chlles has chflrge ol that braneh Bob lltfllfl a danclng teacher' By the vx ly xx ho lS eonductlng the Napa dallx papers noxx 7 Van De Veere has the llCQlStCl' ILIYFIIIWQ out three C,ellIlOI'lS a d IX and the ournal edlted hy Ixlarols lS dolng as xxell Bl lnehe Lul does the lllustratlng for MdFOl5 xvhlle Ruth Butler runs the llCglSfCI' art department Dld all the fllass of 23 stay ln Napa' l asleed No the conductor replled 'vlabel epson the famous poet IS llxlng ln the Last George Atlaeson and Keller Grlgsbx are on the Orpheum elrcult Qleolge slng lng and lxeller talxlnff palt ln Shaleesperlan plays Tallman Flanagan and fxrandall haxc a school IH the alt of xxlltlnlf loxe let ters and Nlary Foster xx ho IS a laxx yer h lndles all the dlvorce cases Xlatumlly you lxnoxx that lxld Roberts IS noxx xxelterxxelght champlon of the xvorld l-le lxnoclxed out Chucle CJlll1CS ln thlrteen rounds last xx eela I2 " V 4 '., 'D 2 ' , - 1 - ex - ' 1 . ., , l' ' 1 1 ' - . 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J AMES LYTTLE IQ22 IQ23 THE NAPANEE 'XRL NDIL IVIANASSI Bl ARD DMN GxLBRfx11H Il nun IIIIOISON Dum Day Dreamy I dxx ell ID a cloud of gold As I float along And I hear the son Of the Apnl blrds and the bees Ihere s a sea of hlossomy trees And thelr scents are brought on a breeze Ihat cools and cheers as golden years Shp hx 1n a thou ht And I dream of naught But the th1ng,Q I l1l e and the ones I loxe As I float along, ln thus sphere above I he real I seem to be ln a daze A sort of mystlc mental maze As I breathe the drlftmg Holden haze Xnd I dream and I dream and I dream LEONARD Du-uc I24 l .- 'I' i,l..'J.'i, 5 . .A . ' T L Soft gold that brushes my face O' A za . I , ri 7 Q' " rr Y .1 I9 ' ' yy 'Q , f 1, T, . . . D , AL 1 ' 7 - JEAN PIERCY STANLEY BURROUCH5 FALL JEAN PIERCY HARLAN MAGUIRE CATHERINE FLANAGAN JAMES CHILES OFFICERS Preszdent Vzce PresIdent Secretary Treasurer Yell Leader lla SPRING STANLEY BURROUGHS BURR NORTHRUP BERNADETTE GIBB WHITFIELD GRIFFITHS STANTON KLOSE L I 1922 1923 1111: NAPXNEI' I51 x11 XIA111 NxxIRxx11x1c1 C 111V a11l1 1 1 TCU fC iCIIIY' IITC 'I T ICIYCO CJUIYT1 K VCC C NUC ICTCUYN I CO Ll 1111 c1urc1IC c11I1c1111c11C C I1xx 1 C CC 1 C 1 I WCJIICI I C 1 x 111C 11 11x 111 C WI 11CI LI1C CIC S C 1 1 11 C 1 Ib 5 C ass C C111 Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class DIQXI Q IXSSIUINIIX IIC R011111 1s1 Il Paul 1901111111111 01111 111111111 mama RLIGIIOHX Cuzlntu 1 UI IOI 1 Upera Season Ilonth XI md XI oods 'fzme H0111 XI eed l10r!11z1ltzzr1sl Clergxman Nalzonalzlx Foo! 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' C7 OI DANIEL NORTON JOHN BROWN FALL DANIEL NORTON ELIZABETH NORMAN IRENE POLZIN HERBERT GOULD JOHN BROWN GFFICERS Preszdent Vzce Preszdent Secretary and Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Yell Leader l271 SPRING JOHN BROWN GRACE GUNN GLADYS FUNKE DANIEL NORTON 72 NX' Class of 26 11 11111 1111111 I11 S. 1 1 1111 11 1 N 111 L1 11 Nkk w xl 1 I 1 LIN 1 111 XR IIIKILIL 1111111111 111 1111111 1 111 11X 11111101 111 Ll U11 11111111111 1 1111111 1 1 1 111 1I1111I1 ITLX 111 111111 1 1 I C5 1 1 I 1 N 1 1 I 11 111 1111 1 XL 1191 OL11 11111 1 111 111 111 1I11s1111 YL 1111 1 1 111 1111 1 1111 1 1111 1 1I1 1 1111 11I 111111 1 1111 1 1 1111 WL I 1 111111 11 1 1 TL 1 I 6 - -IQZI 'IIIIQ .- I,1NIiIi 7 'II ' .X j I wi h'I311111'I'11I1:I '.I11" 111111111 1111111 R11 11'1'l'iI111' g' ' '11 H IIIII IK1 1' IIfIIIL.CxI 111' HV1' IAIIII ITTLICII .g1'1'1"1 IIQIIQIII X111111' IIIIILIIKS 1I1:11 I' x "11. 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Cl-ust P11 e Storxl HILIP Conlngsbx xxhlstllnv CITCCTIIQ made a br1sI entrance mto the lxxxnft room of the Contnffsbx manslon xxhere h1s sxster 'xlx ra was seated SIQFIIH., at the nre Well' mx old dear he Sdld hoxx goes lt' The glrl bx the Greplace ralsed troubled broxxn ey es to hrs Oh Phll she samd I am so xx orrred XNOI'I'1Cdl ej iculattd her brother Xnd xx hat 1n the xx orld haxe xou to be xx or rled about' I suppose lf ll sound slllx to xou but I am reallx troubled H ou lxnoxx Dad IS expeetlng that mummy todax I haxe an uneasx feeling about that mummx Phxl I feel that If xxrll brnng no good to th1s house And what IS more I haxe to stay here alone xx 1th lt thls afternoon Ugh' An old bag of slxln and bones that s been dead for a thous md years It grx es me the creeps My ra 9dlLl her brother sternlx are you gettlng SUDCFSIIIIOUS or haxe xou dex eloped nerx es 7 A mummx can do no harm No doubt xt xx as once a sxx eet harmless glrl luke xou I know ll sounds sxllx Phll but I can t help belng uneasy Are you golng outl H es I m gomg to run doxxn toxxn for a whlle I won t be long Ta ta Good bye I m a fool to worry about that mummy and I m just gomg to forget xt S say mg she took up a novel and xx as soon engrossed 1n xt About an hour later she was aroused by the butler announcmg that the men were there with the mummy and 1nqu1red where It was to be put Tell them to put xt ox er In the corner james then you may go I ll attend to the unpackmg of nt The expressmen brought up a large oblong box wrapped In a heavy wrappmg paper and t1ed around and around xv1th a stout cord Ugh' thought the gxrl It looks luke a cofhn After the men had left she stood contemplatmg lt for a whxle and then proceeded to undo nt As she opened the lay ers of paper she started baclx Protrudmg from I3Ol gif ifiy .Q 5 1 'W ,nalxg xv 1 f wr 14 , V be 5 Uv nfl nv-In 1 , , ,ull f 4 ' ' 7 v ' - ' F '- 1 Q 5" WEJQNA- 1,-QS ,ful 57. 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THE NAPANEE 1922 IQ23 the cofhn was a hand Not the slalnnx claxvlllxe hand vou d expect of a mummy ut a small plump perfeet hand Un the left forennver xxas a curlous rlng It xx as of xx hlte lade and gold tw lsted lllae a rope The settlnff was squ lre and box 1 e On thls xx IS a large beetle carx ed from ebonx Oh thought the glrl that s th xaluable and mx sterlous rlng D lel xxas talk lnff about Th ll hlnd lo Jl s allve I can t touch lf I xxon t Xnd she left the hand stlel lng out lnd sat doxxn hx the hre l he ht IE of the hre m lde her droxxsx and her heael began to noel I oolelng over toxx ards the ease she saw somethlng that terrlhed her lhe h lflel moved and p lrted the XXTIPPIUQS Out stepped a dalntx foot then the xxhole body of ln Lffxptl ln prlneess' She xx IS of medlum helght darle and xery be lutlful Her halr xxas a deep luburn She xx 15 el ld from head to foot IN a m lgnlhcent Irgx ptlan burlal robe of purple slllx On hel he ld was l gold flllet of lntertxxlned sn llaes and vlnes Qhe then ralsed her left hand xvlth the rlng glltterlng slnlsterly on lf and polnted flrst to the fflrl and then to the portralt of her father ox er the mantelplece Ihe fllrl s frlflhtened Uaee traveled to the portralt xx hlch to her horror fell from the xx all just then a eloor banged and the prlncess xxlth an lmplorlng glance gllded swlftly across the room and standlng xx lth one foot IH the box llfted her hand xxlth the scarab rlng aflaln and then vanlshed lnto lts depths Hullo old thln ' came her brother s cheery xolce Been dozlng bx the Ere' What s thls' Calanclng across the room The mummy 7 After all your raxlng about belng superstltlous you calmly go to sleep xx lth the thlng ln the room xxlth xou Whx xx hat s upl he sald notlclng her glxe a xlolent start The plcture the plcture she gasped Dad s plcture' It really fell Oh Phll somethlng terrlble IS golng to happen I ve had the most axvful dream Whew ' whlstled Phll at the end of her strange account That s some dream' Dldn t thlnle you could do so xvell But serlously what can lt have to do xxlth Dadl just then the phone bell rang He got up to answer lt What s that' he asked Oh not tlll mornlng Then Good nlght My he sald Dad won t be home tonlght I-Ie has been called on an lmpor tant operatlon I-Ie needs hls sleep so badly she sald But I m rather glad he won t be here tonlght I won t feel so uneasy about hlm Down ln the lower part of Chlnatown ln the back room of a chop suey jolnt sat a young well dressed man about thlrty years of age I-Ie was seated at a greasy deal table a sprawled plle of cards lay ln front of hlm neglected whlle he stared lsr b , N ' . u U . - 4 4 -1 1 ' "1 , 1 - I 1' A ' - A ' F, 1 k - 2 - V A1- llk . ' 'e ' ' H ' .. X h f T, y . C f X J 1, x . R W f ,- I 5' . ' Q 2 ' 1 tp' ' . ' ' ' ' , ' ' . x ' ' ' ' ' ' T x xi x lx 2 1 1 'xx' 1 ' x xr x 1 A 4 'I N -1 - s -1 my x 1 - K- . ' y 1 ' , s 4 ' A 1 L - x 1 - k 1 ' e ' ,. 1 Q 2 ' f ' H' , - ' 2 ' z fm' 'e ' X , b kg 12 x 1 ' I' T v 1 1 1 1 , 1 ,Q ' ' 1 ' 1 1 x , 2 . Q - 'z ' 'Q ' ' ' ' 2 A Q V' " " ' 1 Q' 1' 1- ,Z 11 - Z - s ' x -' x Q 1 - ' I She glided across the room and gazed intently' at the stupehed girl for a moment. t,' r 3 1 A 5 1 'L 3 I I 2 D D V Um, . 1 1 , Y . Y Q , , D. 1 V , K' ' ' " ll Q ' I . ' . , . D . 1 1 I . - I T , . J P I T I ' I IQZ2 IQZ2 THE NXPXNITL into spate thinlxinff hard Oppositt him sat txxo mtn one a sitlxlx loolxinff xouth tht othti a foitiffn loolxinff midtllt agttl man xx ith tht air of ont xx ho had imparted somt Hood ntxxs Ioxe xx hisptrtd the xx tll drtssed man I ll do it lim I can nex er repax xou for this A rtal Lgxptian ring xou sax I Talxtn from the tomh of Thathmus I ltnoxx men xx ho xxould ffixe their souls to lax hands on it It s xxorth all ltinds ol montx Is this straight Goods Hoxx did xou comt to lxnoxx about it' I ltnoxx it s straight Goods hut I ain t a telling xx ho told me said the forewn IOOlxlI"lfI man called jim Boxs I ll do it to niffht Both of xou comt xx nth me It ll ht like taking tandx from a ltid Ihe hand is stitlxing out of the hox xou sax All I ll haxt to do is to traxxl through tht xxindoxx :ah tht ning and run Vxe ll get tnough for it to put us on Lasx Street for the rest of our lixes 'xleet me here toniffht at 9 30 xx htn xxe ll malxe the rest of our plans We ll go ahout txx elxe Vx ell I must Go noxx Ste xou at 9 go And mind xou don t xou squeal If xou do A sinister light crept grunt of farexxtll thex turned axx ax Ioxxards mitlniffht a car diexx up ahout 1 hlotl from the C oningshx Itsidtntt Out stepped thrtt mtn xx ho xx allxtd quitlxlx and quittlx up tht stitet ou txx o xx nt htre said tht xxtll dressed mm to the rtst I ll ffo in and fftt tht rinff It xxont talxt a INIIWUEL if tht xxindoxx :sn t iammtd H ou txxo stax htit antl xx ain me if anx one comes hx xx histlinff XX htn xou hear mt tomt run lil e tht dtx il I-Ie ciossed tht laxxn and tried the French xxindoxx on the xeianda It optned easilx and he sttpped inside Ten minutes later his companions grexx restless for ht tlitl not itturn let s go lim said the xoungtr one The darlxness and the stillness is gix inf' me the xx illies The older man hesitated NN ell he told us onlx to xx alt a minute so xxe miffht as xx ell go And the txxo coxx ards crept axx ax little lxnoxx ing of the ghastlx scene thex left behind It xxas daxxn xxhen Dr foningsby returned I-Ie let himself in and started to go up the stairs to his room He hesitated 'I I1lI'lI-x I ll go in and take a peek at mx mummx hrst he said to himself He stepped into the lixing room and sxxitched on the lights A crx arose ID his throat On the floor in a horrible txxisted position xxas a man' I-Ie crossed the room rapidly and knelt doxxn beside the body and turned it over The sight he saxx almost took axxay his surgeon s nerve The face xx as a ghastlx greenish xxhite the eyes rolled back into the head the mouth xxas open and the xx hole face shoxx ed SIUUS of a terrible death To his utter amazement the doctor I32 , ,- , -, F , - 5 2 ,-, , , .' , ,' , I I I - 5 T I., I T. L, t ,O . E . . v 1. '. D V . - D . 4 I . ,D 1 , D ' 1- . ' ' - ' , , .' ' , ' , , .' ., V . . ' rn ' ' . ' t - 1 v , H - U., 1 -' f 1' ' . " ,, N I K1 V V I . E, X , . , A A D . I - 4 , . M K , t I V O ., L ,, into his eyes and his face hardened. It xx'as enough for his ccmpanions, for with a My . i- , , ,, - L, 2 1'-A F, - . 5, , ' D. V . -, . ' , ' 3 -' 'is 'f 1 4 V . 5- ,-, 1 -1 - A . N- I V- V ' ' DA 1 V- s - sl 4 x l .K I . . My I I I v I r I 1 THL NAPANEE IQ22 IQZ3 saw the scarab rlng on the man s Flnger I-Ie started to talee If off Xlo he thought I d bettel leave If on untll the coroner has seen If He axxaleened hls son and the txxo removed the hodx INFO anothel rocm Llflfll the eolonel arrlved He told Phll of the LIFLLIIYISIJIWLLS xx ho IN fl.lll'I told hls I lther of Xlx ra s dream lnd her fears Qtr lnge muttered the doctor Iltl'lOLlQl"l I m not so SUFPIISCLI I or Mx F1 s l sensltlxe fflll anel xou Ienoxx xx hat IS sald ahout xxomen s lnstlnets Ihe next mornlnff the lneluest xxas held I e wodx s llk the LOIOIWLI 118 heen ILILVIIIIILLI IS thlt of I IFIX the Dude lllclg Sllnslsy VIOIOIIULI5 LlO0lx xx ho hls heen lesponslhle lol manx erlmes hele ln Nexx Yoll After e IILILII LXJITIIIIIUUIT If h IS heen found th If he x.llLLl of PCDISCDHIIWQ thouffh thlou h xxh lt source xxe do not lenoxx I olsoned Sellkl Conlnffs ax But hoxx eould he he Nolsoned ln mx house I I3x the xx .lx let me wresent Professor Baleer the falnous I ffx wtolofllst 21 I xxould lllec to examlne the rlnft on the dead m IH s h ll'ILl QQIILI the PIUILSSOI Xl s lxlnfl he dlexx off the llnxf and CXdITllI1LL If elose x Xt l shalp exclam iKlOI'I ooe he sald t e lW1Lx of t IS F1110 1 IS a seeret swrlnff ooe as wless I He wlessed the IFISILIL of the rlnff xxlth hls wenell at xx hlch a tlnx Hold necelle shot I ra out Ilne docto1 and the coroner flawed xxlth astonlshment W hx IE s a wolson I rlnlf Sdlel the doctor Correct sald the sclentlst and lf xou don t mlnd I m ffolng to talee lt to mx lahoratorx and experlment xxlth IE to see lf I can lelentlfx the POISON In the afternoon he telephoned Dr Conlngshx Dlee he sald exeltedlx ec me to mx lahoratorx rlftht axx ay I xe dlscox ered the polson' In a LILIIIICI' of an houl Dl C onlngsbx made a breathless entrance lnto the lah lratorx Ihe professor ealleel hlm xxlthout loolalng up Look here Dlele he sald exeltedlx see these txxo deael QLIIVICEI plffs Plxe mlnutes ago they xx ere allxe I pressed the needle under thelr ears and behold the results lxe managed to open the rlnfl he COYIKIHLICLI and haxe seeureel a drop of the POISON I xe ana lxseel If affaln and agaln and found If to he a eleadlx and almost unlenoxxn POISON called contarella xxhlch IS ldentleal xxlth ldanvhuna a Cxhlnese POISON Ihls polson xx hen lnjected lnto the blood causes paralxsls ofthe throat hrst and then a stlffenlng of the xx hole loodx and produces death ln Flxe ITIIFILIIES Your burglar frlend ex ldentlx put the rlnff on and loolxed around for somethlng else to sxxlpe Then the stuff got hlm and he couldn t move Goodness' Sdlil the doctor NVhat an axx ful death' Flttlnff for hls lelnd xx as the eurt replx Bx the xx ax I d lllee to haxe a loole at the mummx I33l x 1 y- 1 I u I 4 Q xl s 1 wg , - Y I - 4: Qi x l ' -' e I 5. is gl . rx ryf f -v - - - 1 lk- xfr I 1 x x A S A ' :- ,, ' , " , is i ' ai 1. , V ,' k ', g X" K, , ,Y .' . .. .v , is ls -1- f S' , - , w, . ' K ,fs ' A ' , - ' -Q' I . xi -s' .IH ' i ' ' ik- s, 1 L , ', 'S ' V U . gl . k X -x. v. - 1 t I Fl L, K I 1 my 1 , ,Q V, , Ln. Q' from hlm, Dr. Cfonlngslox' and the coroner turned. "I, ly" X " gf' h ,Q 'I' I he ' E, l t ' ' f tt ' U. L l',' I , as , 9 -' x I ' D I ' , -'31 - ' - N- 1. , ss A - f w D. -. V' f ' U yy' ' . ' :.,, ' I . sl x E' f 'V 'D lf V' rv - ' , 'Q h . ' , v ' Y -b H Q v f - ' ' N' V, ' s f - v 1 A r l S, 5. . , by . y.. 5 M Yxrr X I I Y - ry , U. , ,, 1927. IQ23 THE NAPANEII Ten mrnutes later thex xxere baclx at the doctor s house and the professor xx as examrnrng the hand of the mummx See he sard thrs ffrrl dled the same xx ax There rs the trnx puncture rn the frnger But whx rsn t her face drstorted' aslxed the doctor Oh that can be easrlx remedred bv massagmg the face xx rth the flngers mox mg the muscles rnto therr natural posltron They ex en had chrropractrcs rn the days of the Pharaohs he added xxrth a grm Noxx for the rnscrrptrons msrde After studxmfr them for a xxhrle he loolxed up xxlth an ama ed loolx on hrs face NX hx rt s lrlxe a storx he sard lhrs mummx xx as the Prrneess 'xfixx anahr favorrte of Krrrg Thathmus She xx as the pet of the court and could haxe ex erx thmfv she xxrshed exeept the rrnff She xx as xx arned agarnst rt Thex told her rt had a curse but xxomanlrl e she xx anted xx hat she couldn t haxe and stold rt Her death brought sorroxx on the xx hole court and thex hurled the rang xxrth her Poor lrttle gurl he added she couldn t haxe been more than srxteen llxtraordrnarx sard the doetor and xx hat shall l do xxrth the rrnff h ad entered the room md had heard her father s querx ou re gornw to get rre of rt Daddx de rr X ou ean grxe rt to a museum or throxx rt into the ash e rn but Hel rrd of rt But lxlxrr expostulated her father rt s a x aluahle and Lnough of that Dad mterrupted the frrl rt must eo lt s eaused enouffh trouble around here 'alreadx and l xxon t haxe rt rn the house lhe mummx can stay She xxas a dear thrng and xx arned me ust thrnlx Dad rt l'I'l1fTl'lI hax heen xou Oh' There there dear soothed her father xou needn L xxorrx ibout somethrnff that drdnt h lppen I lxnoxx but the rrnff Dad N ou must fret rrd of that rrnw So todax the mx stcrrous rrng of lhathmus rs a ehoree possessron of the Lffxp tran Department of the Xfetropolrtan lx4useum lxlfxpterrxre OLr.rr re I34 V . . V 'A ' - ' y- f 1 r'7l ' - f . rv 4' ' . - Yr r 1 fp yy ' - ' ' . C7 Y y ' f 'Q V v ' 1 ' 1 1 s 4 I 1' ' U, . ,,. "I knoxx' xxhat x'ou're going to do with that ringf' said a feminine xoice fxlxra z ' , ' z ' ' 'z ' "Y 'r, " d my . . v - - :1 v - ' ' s rs ' 1 1 ' ' 4 'x A' 4 D . 'T ' " sy . l Z S x , . 3-g Hx- ' - --vw Z X x ' D r f' V , -' my I k bu -' 1 -' bl 15' 5 .Y I - 4 I H 'A x D J 45" - THE N-XPXNFE 1922 1923 The World I5 What You Make ll xou look at the xx orld through a xvmdoxx That lS drrtx and dingy of hue As xou see the world through the xx mtloxx That s xxhat the xxorltl IS to xou ll xou look at the xxorltl xx 1th a fishy exe and a spurt tlrearx and blue lhe splrlt xou fflxe to tht xxorld ls the splrlt the xx orltl lves to xou lhls xxorltl IS just xx hat xou make If lfxOLlS6dSOf1 xour l1ft xxlth a son 1 H our sklts xx1ll be loluc: for your frrehtls and xou Xrmd xou ll l1X6-JLISCKNNILL as lohff XR rm R I oc KEY '55 sk o jf o 91-A .VL Woml lpn Y A AA 4 - . . 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' ' ' 1 W s I ' - 1 V svn- - r ix' ' 'r 2 4 A ' r 1 K . ri 5 1 ' f 1 -1 s v 1 - ' ' n ' 1' t - ,. 5 e THE NAPANEE 1922 IQ23 Yes Baron I am commg I have been standlng xvatchnng the most beautlful sunrlse I have ever seen rn all mv l1fe sald NIUSCI xvlth a cheery smlle Perhaps rt IS the sunrise of all my happrness' Let us hope slncerely that lf IS so sand the Baron and arm ln arm they st xrted doxxn the sloplng path to the doclt It xx is a trlm motor boat that axxanted thtm there I he sarlors s xluted the Baron and stood at attentlon xx hen he came rn Slghf Kloto the serxant had brdden ffood bye to hls WlfL and xxas slttlnff In the front of the boat xxlth the baggage Nrnsel told the Baron to get Into the boat and xx art for hum a moment xx hlle he sald Hood bxe to hls old nurse After ldsslng her tenderly he told her not to xxorry as both he and Kloto xxould come baclx safely ln 1 short trme btepplng aboard the boat he seated hlmself besrde the Baron and the boat shot sxxrftly from the shore out into the blue sea Onxxard the boat sped untll lt came to another PILEUFCSLILIL lsland xx here rt landed At the landlng stood a beautrful japanese glrl and an old man It xxas Il,1lxOl and her father xx ho had come to brd Nlnser good hxe NIHSCI jumped out and embraced hrs sxx eetheart Upon SEEING' she xxas xerx sad he sard tendexlx Don t weep my beautlful Cherrx Blossom I xx1ll return soon So saxlng he brd good bye to her father and once more got aboard the boat just as they xx ere readx to start Tulxol called for them to xxart a moment Dartrng behrnd 1 rock she brought forth a pot of snoxx xx h1te chrysanthemums Gwlng them to Nllnsel she sald xxlth tears IN her eyes Dearest take thls glft wlth xou and rf ever these falr blossoms turn black xou xx1ll lanoxx I am dead Laughlng at her fears XIIHSCI ldssed her and then the boat once more headed out lnto the ocean Sxxrftlx rt sped on untll If reached a majestnc xx arshlp As soon as the party xx as on board lt started on xts long journey Hlgh up on the cl1ffs of her lsland Tulxox stood and xx atched the sh1p untrl It passed from slght The last object she could drscern on the sh1p xxas her loxer standlng holding the white chry santhemums PART TWO Erght months have passed Delays and unforeseen ex ents haxe kept NIHSGI 1n Berlln But at last he has been told that on the morroxx he xxlll recerve hrs set tlement and be free to return home He had sent some xx eelts before for hrs sxveet heart to bnng her father and come to Venlce xx here he xxould meet them and where Tulto1 and he could be marr1ed I-Ie had planned thrs xxrth great ant1c1pat1on of l37l 1 1 ' .V r 1 4 ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1 V f ' , 1- V 1' v V 4 - V ' V V f 1 1 1 V' -- f 1 1 V - 1. . te , - , ' V V, ' ' ' 1 V, V ' 1 c . 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V I V rQ22 IQZ3 THE NAPANEE the pleasure that the trip would grxe Inukor In two daxs now they would meet rn N enrce Such were the thoughts that filled the head of Nrnser as he walked to his apartment The night was stormy and against the window of his apartment the rain dashed in torrents He had just returned with the news of his good fortune xx hen Ixroto his faithful serx ant who was just going out to the market gaxe hrm r message that had come from the Clerman Admiraltx Nrnser opened rt hui rredlx and read We haxe tried out the sample of xour explosive xou Sent us on the Lnglrsh ship Markenham IL worked better than we even hoped All the e rrffo and everxone on board xx as destrox ed Iqrgnedl BARON ZARHOFF Ihe messaffe lluttered to the floor Ninser sat like one frozen horror and Grief rppe rrrng on his faee XX rth a ffreat effort he hnallx rose and unsteadilx made his xx ax aeross the room to the place rn xx hieh a silk CUVIHIH hung Pushing it aside he fra ed upon the golden idol Buddha and upon the chrxsanthemums beside rt I he lloxx ers xx hreh that morning had been so pure and xx hrte were now the color of drrkness' Sloxxlx he sanl to the floor w here he lax sobbing heart broken Sud He had decided the onlx course that w as left for hrm to take Crornv to hrs bed room he brought forth hrs natrxe costume of whrte that he had w orn w hen he left lap rn Deliberatelx hut xxrthout haste he took off the Crerman made clothes and put on the garments of hrs countrx Ihen srttrnff doxxn it hrs desk he w rote a note ind left it on the table trnderthe light ofthe lamp He then took a roll ofparchment from ll11d1I'1fTPldC,C in the w all and bur ned it w rth one of the candles from the shrrne fhrs done he w alked to the w rndow and looked out upon the tempest The rain dashed against the pane in sudden furx and he shuddered and drew the curtains across the wrndow as if to bar the storm XX ith a firm step he crossed to a chest at one srde of the room and took from rt a beautifully wrought short sword After putting out all the lights except the lamp on the table and the candles on the shrrne he knelt down and after prax ing to Buddha he tucked hrs garments under his knees XVith a hrm hand he raised the sword to hrs lips krssed it and raising rt high aboxe hrs head he plunffed it into hrs heart Not a sound escaped hrs lrps as he fell forxx ard on the shrrne Iwo hours later Kroto entering saw the note on the table He picked it up and read Dear Ifrrend I cannot bear to lrve 'I ukor w as on the ship that mx explosix es sank Qhe rs dead and I INUSI join her I did not know Germanx xxas fighting against Izngland I am part Englrsh and the Germans deceix ed me as Isl Q " ' ' I . 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' V ,' - I , , K, . , , ay ' 7 I , V 4 ' r ' Y ' 7 - ' I ' - ' f I V v 8 THE NXPANEE 1922 IQZ2 thnx lxnexx that I could not help fwht against the eountrx my mother lox ed l hdxe destroxed the formula Take A fexx of my treasures and eaedpe from here ind return to lapdn Remember me lxindly as l hdxe tried to do xx hat xx ie lust I edu ut ond lor xxhen xou hnd me I xxill be p ist xour help and xour lile xxill I L in danger I iiuxell ININSEI 9 ilk hurst lorth from the lips ol the old sux int is he hehald the hodx ol hix in mu lxneclinff he prdxed ind lxiwed Ninsci upon the hioxx lhen he rose ind he p iused lurninfr luelx he xx ent to the Shrine ind pielxinff one ol the hl idx ehix xixthunums he planed it in the elenehe l hdndi ol his m ister lhe door opened dosed and he xx as ffone lhe xxind rlfmd around the house the iiin heat u fainst the xx indoxxp mes lhe candles upon the shrine one hx one huined loxx xx hile on the lace ol Ninsei xx dS a eontented smile and in his Llenched 1 ine X 1 hldd Lhrx sdnthemum XX ILLI xxi LE xcii Iwl ,tv V , - , . 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' ', Q IQZZ IQZ3 THE NAPANEE CTh1rd Przze Storxj E 8 IQZZ Vlfty two students graduate lnto hlgh school from the nntermednate school lt rs one of the blggest mldxear graduatmg classes ln the hxstory of the school News ltem Wllllam ones member of the graduating class just mentloned sat at the rear of the stage upon xx hlch the class xx as seated and gazed out upon a rosx xxorld hls xxorld noxx that he was about to enter hlgh school H1s thoughts xx ere not on the present 1n fact he knexx not of xx hat the speakers xx ere tallxlng The thought dld not bother hlm that he xx as not an honor student That a nlce detalmng flunk had almost been his was farthest from h1s mmd Hrs were the thoufhts of a brllllant future Vw hen he xx as readx to approach hugh school and enroll he would shoxx those people up there somethxng He xx asn t an ordrnary graduate he had some sxx ell Ideas he d put ox er He xx as golng to plax baseball Yes he d plax that IS rf thex treated hrm halfxx ax rlght He xx lshed thex xx ould hurrx up and glxe hlm hrs dlploma sheepsklns thex xx ere called down at college The CXCVCISCS drexx to a close and became h1story Vx 1ll1am s rest xx as poor that nlght Hrs sleep xx as sloxx 1n comlng to hlm He would be elected presldent of hls class and lead serpentlnes at dance partles xx hen he learned to dance He d plax on the teams and shoxx some felloxxs how to step around All thus stuff about green freshmen xxas bunk xx hx he had long pants and oxford shoes' Frlday he dropped around to the hugh school Gee' nobody seemed glad he was eomlng to joln them Monday Some dldn t even know who he was' thought surelx they must He xx ent down lnto the basement where the fellows were he xx as golng to leave the xx omen alone anx xx ax T he gang would surely be glad to see h1m and know that he was golng to help them out 1n baseball He was hardly notxced so he ventured a remark that he intended to play short thxs year Thls even dldn t provoke the enthusxasm lt should have Well there xxould be plenty of tlme to show some snobs how to play baseball next week Saturday hls mother forgettlng he was a hlgh school man now boxed hls ears soundly because he refused temporarxly that ns to fetch her a scuttle of coal He couldn t qulte understand hoxx she could forget herself so A man had to stand a lot from a woman he guessed l4O ' ' 1 B .' 3 . , ' ' , . , .T r . . 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THE NAPANEE 1922 1923 At the matrnee that afternoon he saw a comedy prcture of a man berng rnr trated rnto a lodge or some other organrzatron It remrnded hrm of what he had seen happen to some boys up at hrgh school at one trme Holy smoke' They drd rnrtrate the new students drdn t they' He hated to call hrmself a Freshman The rest of the prcture was sporled for hrm He drdn t enjoy the murder rn the br prcture at all It was a good murder too Hrs supper tasted flat he was cross and got sent to bed early for sassrng h s dad It was a shame the way a man was treated Loss of sleep that nrght was caused by worry not by the thoughts of great thrngs Sunday was a repetrtron of Saturday afternoon Nothrng not even the srght of the grrl he was to take to the freshman receptron entrrely cheered hrm Hrs mother thought hrm rll Evenrng church servrce was more unpleasant than ever He could not hear or understand or get hrs mrnd on a thrng of whrch the mrnrster was talkrng In hrs mrnd he strll had a prcture of that boy runnrng around the yard wrth hrs coat and cap turned wrong srde out and hrs trousers rolled up above hrs stockrngs no they were socks that were worn wrth long pants He wasn t sure he would go to hrgh school now A man could get good money at the glove factory or the shoe factory and go to part trme school That s what Bedtrme came an unwelcome affarr He hoped he could sleep better than last nrght Hrs sleep was better He hazrly hoped he could sleep forever Hrs mother s vo1ce roused hrm at the usual hour of 6 30 Hrs first thought was that today was the day for hrs great trral He lay back and closed hrs eyes tryrng to shut out thoughts that were not pleasant He arrrved at school as early as he could but the upper classmen were wartrng ahead of hrm He saw boys whom he had called Freshy last year They were Sophomores now and would avenge the taunts they had suffered He was sorry now that he had taken advantage of therr helplessness rn the hands of the upper classmen and had called them names He was a Freshy now Hated name' He trred to be drplomatrc he smrled and spoke to them and then started for the base ment to hang up hrs cap It wouldn t work To the showers wrth hrm H heard the words and turned hrs back to the wall and faced the boys who would shower hrm He wouldn t frght them but he wouldn t grve up wrthout a struggle He twrsted and pulled and jerked A great force seemed to push hrm toward the sound of runnrng water Some comrcal person yelled that hrs bath was ready He couldn t let them put hrm under that shower He was berng wet Hrs face hrs harr and shoulders were runnrng wrth water Hrs tormentors stood off and laughed at hrs efforts to scramble from under the drrpprng shower bell At last he was free He shook hrs damp head and turned to face the boys that had broken hrs drgnrty Somethrng was wrong' He was standrng rn hrs pajamas facrng hrs mother rn stead of the bunch of young rufflans' Slowly hrs senses came back to hrm It was all a dream and rnstead of berng over wrth hrs mrsery he strll had rt to face EARL VAN DE VEERE l41 . 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' ' ' 1 . f Q 0 ' ' ' ' . ix' 10141, '01 S11-11-' 1 5 ' x 1, L . f' ' ff 1 ' -' ' - , , . -1 - , V f 1 4 'w , , - 1 -' -? xXj.L ,- A A ' 'I x i b ' - I -4 D 1922 IQZ3 THE NAPANEE XNIKLRSHAM Let me loose and stop threatenmng me I am Robert Wlkersham the maxor ol thls CIIX Qurelx xou wouldn t accuse me of spxlng H ot sT1:F XX 1kERsHAx4 Ha' I-Ia' CLaughsD XX IKERSHANI Let me free or I ll call for help H ot STFF You could call all dax and never be heard This room IS sound proof I xx ould not adx lse xou to do If as IL vxlll onlx tlre xou out You cannot escape xour punrshment XX IIxI1RbHAM Il xou must pumsh me at once and release me' H ot sTrF Release you CLaughs I Vv IKERSHAM Yes lmmedlatelx or I II make xou suffer xx hen I galn my freedom Yol si Lf Your freedom' I lntend to sacrlflce xou for the sake of manklnd Vw IKERSIIAM hood Lord You re not going to murder me' N OLSII V turnme to tableb Hou choose harsh vxords I have devoted thlrtx mlnd a hundred xears In adx ance of the men of to dax Thlnk what If xxxll mean to scrence Vs IKERSIIAM But I haxe a xx Ile H ot STLI Ih it means nothlng to me I must hasten to prepare mx apparatus CCoes to sxxltchboard and attaches wxresl XX IKERSHAM XX hat' Do xou mean xou are goxng to kill me novt I H ot srEF CLauvhs J VX IKERSIIAMCbI'C3klI'1g dom nb Good Lord I can t d1e I haxe stolen some of the monex from the clty treasurx Think of the scandal If mll cause mx xxnfe Cm e me a month to ralse the money I II promlse you I ll come back Hocslcr Clauvhs goes to chalr and gags XVIKERSHAMJ Now w1lI you keep qunctl CI XVITCHAWISKI enters from nght motuons to WIKERSIIAM to keep quret and steps 1nto room vt hen YOUSTEF s back xs turned J Iwlrclmwlskl Csarcastlcallyj Good evenlng H oustef H ot sTLr A a a Cstutternng nervouslyj TWITCIIAWISKI I guess wh am t so glad to see me as xuh usta be Yot sTEr W hx dld xou come here' I44 1 , ' , ' - - - ' ' : : ' ' r e V . 1 A C D ,, , -. Y years of my life toward my work on the superman. I have created in him a 7 - - - 'Q I sf ' f - - ' ' C . . L M . 7 , . D s. I ' " 4 1 r r I Q Y ' A t K, . I If I '. "' ' A I . THE NAPANEE 1922 1923 TNVITCHAWISKI I told yuh l d glt even wnth yuh after l got out of the pen Yuh thought vuh could gxt rrd o me by sendlng me up de rxverl fNOKlClDg WIKER SHAM agalnl I see yuh got a v1s1tor Do yuh have to tle em down to make em stay l YOUsTLF Get out of here Twltchawlskn' TWITCIIXWISKI W hw should I7 X OL STEF Get out of here or I ll throw you out Cne two three Qstarts toward the servant s buttonb Tw1TcHAw1skl Cdrawrnv a gunj Aw no yuh don t' Put up yuh mrtts or yuh name IS mud Keep em up too' Who IS thls poor cuss anyway' Up to yuh old trlcks gann huhl Passln out yuh damned dope to the bums 1n the square so they glt to be the vlctlms of yuh evperxmentsl Klllln a mans soul wld hop and then wreckln hls body w 1d yuh damned operatxons Look what yuh made of me a dog of the streets who nobody wlll have nothln to do wld My frlends won t look at me Even my w1fe won t admlt she knows me Can t gut a job I ve only got two months more to l1ve IH but I m gonna square up wld yuh mxght as well dxe ln da electrlc chalr as any way CAdvanc1ng to WIKERSHAMJ Dls Guy am t no bum tho w here dxd yuh land lm' CYOLSTEF edges toward end of bench shrugs hls shoulders and slowly low ers hls hands J Tw1TcHAw1skl Keep yuh mltts up wlll yuh' CGoes to WIKERSHAM and starts to loosen hxm YOUSTEF makes use of thus opportunlty and grabbing a knlfe stabs hlm rn the back and laughs WIKERSHAM whose courage has been rnsmg when he thmks he wall escape collapses back nn chalr dlscouraged A knock IS heard at the door YousTEF hndes the dead TVVITCHAWISKI and WIKERSHAM beh1nd a screen D YOLSTEFQSC benchj Come rn CBRIBEM enters from left J BRIBEM I-Iello brother Youstef' What do you th1nk7 The mayor has slgned the bull that makes It posslble for us to vaccmate any of the chxldren 1n the Munlc lpal Orphans Home A splendrd chance for us to try out our dxsease germs whrch w1ll help us wm the next war The world wlll never be peaceful unt1I the red flag of brotherhood floats over every country YousrEF But how drd you work xt? BRIBEM That was easy I have proof that he has stolen some of the Clfy s funds I-le needed a lnttle coaxmg at flrst but when he saw the pap ers the rest was easy CNlo1se ns heard beh1nd screen J I4 , .. . - . . ". , . . I , I . V . XY ' 4 T I v v v r ' o 4 v ' - , - . . ' I . . . V I . , . I . , V Y Y- I . Iv' - 1 . I I . . . . . I . , . I 1: r - , , V . '. . , . . . , , . T . . , , . . . . . 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' ,hw dsl kb .L YES V' "-'D f YQ Zz, " 'pf , he ' ' . z N' H" ,, 1 lla 'll" 'H . l liln' in the Ury l z :A I Q ' A' X' E ' 'l'lu1rm15mm lu zl 't ht marc. ly 'Al 'm lo 'li l f 'Q ,L ' ' S, a lwllf Q l -mul '- ll A D' ' 'gc-fllcll , Sy' ' Cl l 1 i' Xlr l5"ll P A17 XN'ha1T ll lj ' V., , k, ,K E ,tg j',kV-j7D' v- 5-,, h, -,1' bl ACTW IT rozz IQZ3 THE NAPANEE OW manv of us know we had a quake durrng our fall term then a tremor durrng our sprrng term' Wfell we drd have a quake and rt came rn the form of a final cxamrnatron lt shook many of us down to the realr zatron that defrnrte knowledge rs the only thrng that proves what we are worth Thrs shake occurred because the largest per cent of us do not khow how to studx Vs e hear all the trme that a certarn student rs brrghter than the majorrtx but after all wrth a few exceptrons the brrght student rs the one rnterested rn hrs subjects and has learned the art of studx We must for the honor of our school keep up our scholarshrp and thus remarn rn Class A of our State Unrx trsrtx orwe shall bt forctd to t lkc entrance examrnatrons Usuallx a Freshman rn startrng hrgh school wrll be found to keep hrs studres up to a Hood standard Durrng hrs sophomore and junror 5ears manv outsrde rn terests creep rn and clarm too much of hrs attentron such as socral affarrs basket make a well rounded out hrgh school career so we must grve the proper trme to xarrous actrx rtres After all rt rs what we know that earns us our salt rn the rndus trral world todax Then durrng the senror xear wrth commencement two or three months off the prospectrxe graduate aw akes to the fact that he has lortered and not put enough trme on hrs subjects and w rshes he had hrs hrgh school lrfe to lrxe ox er agarn Someone once sard We are creatures of habrt We wrll all admrt thrs rs so hence let s form the studx habrt Our greatest help when we are out of school rs the abrlrtx to concentrate and we can develop thrs habrt by concentratrng on our work To garn the best results we must keep ourselx es phy srcally frt and make our studx schedule so the same studx rs studred at the same place and trme Let s forget we are preparrng a lesson for some certarn teacher at a certarn trme and remember that we are workrng for ourselves and the knowledge we garn Above everythrng else let s not be afrard of extra work for that rs what makes better marks and garns us promotron rn the world jrssss Rose I4 D K K A I . . . . V V , , - ball, and other forms of athletics. The consequence is that he slides down. We must 8l -L ' ' -- 'IIPA III. O' 'A-:5.E.'-E' 5 - : is 1- B S UHBER EARL VAN DE VEERI- JESSE ROSE OFFICERS FALL EARL VAN DE VEERE Preszdent MARY GRIFFITHS Vzce Preszdent PAUL ROBERTS Secretary Miss CHIVERS Treasurer M91 SPRING JESSE ROSE GRACE SHIVELY ROXANA HOLDEN Miss CHIVERS E rr A 1 gjzggg 5 2 . ' riri -' "" 3 3 5 5 J-E-.E uf' l 5 f f " '----5-'---"""' . A I' U L A Jlgm up I -A 'T nu R f f f f - 'ESI'-?Wnuv f f f A U lb-'-'A '-wulhj Q E Q Q A :fd F 5 U'sRllllI"' f -mv 1922 IQZQ THE NAPANEE Bkovm HAH Xlkrsox Xlxkms SILBBIIIIILD N1-.xxssr Rosx Duns Nan DI Num Poxp Executwe T THE present tnme the busxness affalrs of the Assocrated Student Bodx are carrned on by the Executnve Commlttee The Executrve conslsts of elghteen members representxng at the present tlme apprommately 450 students Each class every actlutx and the school pubhcatlons have representatwes on the staff As provlded ID the CONSIIIUKIOH the Lxecutlve IS the governlng body of the assoclatlon lt solely has the poxx er to ralse funds and spend them for the student body lt equlps the teams and prowxdes for their athletlc schedules It flnances the school pubhcatlons and keeps the calendar full of school functxons In brxef rt ns the means of carrying out self government ln the student body of Napa H1gh lJO SHIV!-:1.x', l3L'TLr.R, Hotmam, Galrfrfrl Hs, l4lNG, Nomorx . V ' J I V- ,rl - , X A P ! , ,. IIL -,JI l'1D1UNK MxRJoRlr Swim N5 I ORR XYNI CRANDNLL FALL MARJORIE SWIPKNS VIARY GRIFFITHS GRACE SHIVELY MADELINE GLLIFFE OFFICERS Vzce Preszdent Secretarv and Treasurer Sergeant at Arms bl SPRING MURIEL SQUIER MARY NVALTONI GRACE HEIDHOFF f 1 A ' j I Q, Q A w no L we a G 9 - ' s - 1' - ' 4 , 4, . ,L L L A . A 1 . , .......,..,... President ...A......... LORRAYNE CRANDALL 1 ......,........ ' - ' . .,........... . . - 1 M s HE News and tht XAPXNEE puhlnshtd hx the Assocnated Student Bodx compose the publncatlons of lkapa Hugh School These pulollcatlons help to keep the students nnformed of all school actlxxtles as well as furmsh school lnformatxon to the communlty 'l hrough the exchanges we keep ln touch xxrth other schools and thex 1n turn keep rn touch wlth us The publlcatlons of Napa Hlgh as well as all other hugh schools hll a most Important place ln the school as thex uphold the ldeals and standards of hr h school llfe and arouse the lnterest ol students m school affalrs H ou can wtll lmaglne the rumors and propaganda that would be spread through the school and around the school Then too there IS the educat1onal phase of publlcatlons xx hrch IS prohalolx the most Important part thex plax Bx lvemv on the staff of e1the1 the NAPANEE or the XUHS a student max become so mterested ln journallstlc work that he max make xt hls llfe work lNot onlx rn Vvfltlflg or edltmg IS there educatlon 1n these publlcatlons but also IU buslness Helds Nowhere IS lf posslhle to get a better knowledge of busmess management than worknng for a school paper or magazme as louslness manager or asslstant lt IS actuallx a course IN ltself and to do work of thls klnd IS verx excellent tramlng for high school boys and gurls Therefore xou w1ll agree that hngh school publlcatlons are blg thmgs and should be encouraged and dex eloped extenslx elx l52 l l T ' . V r ' v - A A - V' -' T A ,ll 4 , ., . I H T 4. C, , . ' ,A By ' 1 7 - 5 1 ' l ' r r l V 1 g . - 1 ' y' f - f T, , , , . 1 L- if it were not lor the pulwlications which verily the real facts of what transpires in I I A ' V ' I B V . ' ' ,I I . . . v V KT ' . I . . . . . . . V 1 ' ' ' I ' y ' ' r ' 1 7 , ' , V. WMV Q? MN .4 Y W ,aur- .V 6.5, 4 Q W v 'Nfl y MXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXNNW XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXN XRXXRMXXXXQYXYXXXXXY XXX X, I J,- 351 WM x ,f , I ' M, ff- f ' ' ' 'lflifm - L." -uf xc x 4 4 1 i ..:.l-.-..--- ' .,....... 4 I I Sl X Nx sxgxx i -.. if Nff' mi? 4' EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER APANEE the name of Napa Hnghs annual has an lnterestlng orlgln It was named by Evelyn Adrnance ln IQIO who wrote an essay on Napanee Indlans Prevlous to thus t1me the book had been called The Purple and Orange Two edltxons a year were publlshed untll IQIO when the flrst blg edltlon was put out and the custom has slnce been followed of publnshmg one book a year The early books contamed llterary work w1th short wrnte ups on d1fferent de partments and organnzatnons Those of today contam such llterary work as short stor1es a drama and poems explanatlons of varlous school aCtlV1tlCS and organl zatnons athlet1c wr1te ups pages of snaps and joshes contrlbutlons from each of the four classes 1n Hlgh School plctures of graduates and faculty exchanges and a large amount of art work The purpose of the NAPANFE IS to brmg to the alumnl and students a record of hlgh school l1fe and happennngs and show the progress made lt IS not only a record, but also a hlghly treasured souvenlr of hugh school days The annual shows the cooperatlon of the dlfferent departments and the llterary work of the students Prlzes are awarded for the three best stor1es and best poems, thus brmgmg out the talent of the students ln thxs lnne of work, and for the best "snap turned ln to the NAPANJEE staff l53l l l l I 1' X: '. .X Qi , ff- lv ..,.. xf. L, '-fe - W' V at 47 5 ax tl' my 5 1 2 lg " 2 -" sh ? 7, 5 f Ft rd Q E 3 A 5 rf . , ,.,. :::lllL1f-1. . . . .EI . ,lvv.,-.1',1.1'lll11.x..4., ,M l l , , 1 - Y , .. . -- . . . 7 , , , - - , 1 Q ' . ' - - , 11 " ' , - - 1 T r 1 C I I 1922 1923 THE NAPANEE Miss SWINTON Edz!or1alAdvaser CRAICIF Lax Outs GRIFFITHS Ass! Edrlor MCCORMICK Exchanges SQUIER Alumm BEARD Asst Manager CAMPBLLL Art Edxtor MR RATHKE ManagzngAdv1ser FLANACAN Muszc STEWART Dramalrcs Manager CHAPMAN Soczelg Miss TURNER Art Adviser ROBERTS Snaps QMITH jokes OlNlFllL Asst Artlfdztor The edxtmg of the book glVCS the staff valuable busmess experlence and teaches organlzatlon It IS Hnanced through advertlsements sale of books annual cnrcus and a part of the student body dues New features of thus years book are a pxcture of the entlre school a colored pxcture of the new school now under constructlon and snaps of dlfferent rooms 1n the new bulldmg The staff have been workxng hard to get out the best annual Tn the hnstory of Napa Hugh School and are counting on the students to boost lt and make nt a great success I54 ' ' ' ' . X , 1 ,- ,. ' ' ' Y. NIANASSE, Boys' Alhlelicsq CHILES. Girls' Athlelicsg BUTLER Editorg POND, Business . , , , , , li Weclsg l .LTI r-.- ! Qwarmw FALL TERM CRAIGIE MARols SCHMIDT MORGAN GRICSBY DUHIG ONEILL MANASSE ROGERS jEPsoN BICKFORD RAYMOND WRIGHT HE Nuhs was started as an expernment ln the fall of IQZI nameless wlthout an edltor The surprlse first Issue met wlth such success that a good name contest was started to find a name for lt Charles Bllss IS the author of the name xt now bears I-lls was a clever ndea m taklng N U H S and pronouncmg It news The name problem out of the way an edltor was the next necesslty Charles Blxss Ted Swlft and Mnss Perrm were put at the head of the staff by electron These three people assxsted by the staff are respon sible for the Nuhs llfe After Mr Bllss staff of organizers was dnsbanded by electlon Allce Bayhs took the place of Mr Bllss Kjeld Schmldt followmg the departure of Frank Dettlmg took the positron as busmess manager and Mlss Perrm remalned as faculty advlser Keller Grxgsby was the next edltor Kjeld Schmldt s electlon to business manager left that posntnon m the same hands and Mlss Morgan mstructor ofjournalnsm took Mlss Perrm s place as advlser The Nuhs under Mr Grngsby was better than ever The journalxsm class actmg as reporters fllled the columns lssl M 1. L A f t 1, T , .. ! ,f,, -- -,Q'zlilL -1-- ' I V '5 1 5 2 x 9 . , V I v , , "ali ' 4 M ' ' f r Q 3137 lf if ' 1 I l I I I I 7 ' J ! Y I . , - - - . . I , . ' 1 l ' l I - ' 1 . . , , , ' Y l , . . ' l 7 IQ22 1923 THE NAPANEE SPRING TERM Mfxizois POOLE Mm Dr VFFRI MORGAN GRICSBY Wrsr ONEIL lui KINWORTHY OLLIFI-F RAYMOND XVALDROP ofthe paper xx ith good lux e new s The hip, regatta on the rn er xx as put on under the auspices of this organization Lack of funds was the only thing that kept the paper elated vu ith him were Keller Grigsby assistant editor and Theodore lwlarois lousi ness manager In the mechanical part of the publication the Commercial Department has assisted the staffs in tx ping and mimeographing the pages Although the Nuhs has not reached its maximum of perfection as a newspaper it will not be long until it will be a paper of which any student body might justly be proud Throughout the life of the Nuhs its aim and scope has been to publish a paper for the students hy the students and of the students Ex ery staff has kept the principles of the founders xxell at heart and no one has left the Vuhs xxho has not contributed something toxx ard the good of the association Isfvl within a five-page limit. Earl Van De Veere was elected to edit Volume IV. Asso- K ' 7 . . I y I 1 ' .LHC HE organizations of our hi h school give expression to those activities for which no provision is made in the regular course of study In am school there are groups of pupils who are particularly interested in such activities as journalism and publications dramatics glee club chorus xxorlx and athletics Consequently there are those students who supple ment their regular studies with club actixities in foreign languages science and other academic branches School organizations haxe an important place in a school sy stem because they encourage the natural inclination to delxe deeper into the things of particular interest to the pupil than the reffular courses permit Organizations bring together possible for them to carry on their work enthusiastically without the hindrance of disinterested pupils the xxorlx of the officers trains them not only in school actin ties but in community activities outside of the school The deep interest and enthusiasm stimulated through the activity of a pupil in a congenial group is carried bx him back to his classroom and into his other student activities The Dramatics Club members carry a spirit of life and reality into the study of the drama in the regular classes in English the members of the school chorus lead in assembly and rally singing stimulating thereby the friendly desire to cooperate as a united group in the obllgations of the student body and the men of the big N society by their example and planning together encourage others to come out on the athletic field and strive with them to uphold the honor of the school in manly sports The activities of our school organizations under competent leadership are to be encouraged and we should take advantage of their splendid influence upon the individual members and upon the school l57l I I F7 . . 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O the groups of pupils who are deeply interested in any one activity and make it 1922 IQZ3 1HE NJAPANEE Ag Club HE A Cxlub f1rst started 1n Nlapa H1gh IH 1921 has groxxn from PING members to fortx At the present rate of 1ncrease If xx1ll soon be one of the largest organ1zat1ons 1n school In order to become a member of th1s club each box must haxe an affncultural project There are manx dlfferent lxmds of pro1ects noxx ID progress the most popular be1ng poultrx Other projects that are proxmg successful are hows rabblts nurser1es gram xf1nexards and orchards ln order to learn more about the practlcal s1de of affnculture the boxs go on demonstrat1on tours through out the countx The club enters stoclx and poultrx judg1ng teams 1n the countx fa1r state fa1r and at the Un1xers1tx liarm at Dax IS each xfear It has orgamzed a crack baseball team and has succccded 1n defcatmff some of the fastest clubs around the bay SCCIIOD eXrm1st1ce Ex enmg an Ag dance xx as g1x en and prox ed a bw success T he folloxxmff mcn held olhcc th1s XCdl l I'CSldCl1I B1ll Vx est XICC pres1dent lom Rex nolds sttrtl 1rx and ueasurtr X lIf.,ll Boudxeau sergeant at arms lonxf fofhcld Block A Soczey HF Bloclt N Hono1 QOCICIX xx as formed ID the fall of 1921 xx 1th a mem bersh1p of txxcntx flxc fxt the p1tscnt t1mc there arc th11tx members 1n school The purpose of th1s honor SOCICIX IS txx ofold I 1rst thc soc1etx a1ms to F3156 the standard of athlet1cs IN Napa H1gh School Secondlx If a1ms to malxe the Block N more xaluable The SOClCIb lS ach1ex1nf1 success 1n both of 1ts undertalcmgs Every x1s1t1ng athlet1c team IS shown thc tucatest courlcsx Txom the t1me thex arr1xe unt1 thex leaxc the members of the Block 'N SOCICIX are alxx axs at the1rd1sposal The SOCICCB does not tolerate unsportsmansh1p of anx ltmd Usuallx thc x 1s1t1nff team IS g1ven a dance or a feed aftcr the game The off1cers of the SOCl6KX are ames Underh1ll pres1dent Vw 1ll1am West x1ce pres1dent George Atkeson treasurer lzarl Van De Veere sec1etarx and XX eston Cxoffleld sergeant at arms lsl - 1 - .1 -1 . , . o 1 ' ' 5, ' 1 1 r l I ' r ' cn ' . . 1 . 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Q 1 1 ' 1 Y I 7 , -3 . , , THE NAPANEE 1922 IQZ3 Clee Club MIXED Glee Club has taken the place thus year of the Glrls Calee C lub and the Boys Glee Club of prevlous years and better results have been obtalned ln connectlon w1th thus organlzatlon are the Cnrls Quar tette and the Boys Quartette ln these muslcal organlzatlons are students w mth the greatest musxcal ablllty and they haye ganned marked success on several oeeasxons 'lhls year Instead of glVll'1g an operetta as before a musncal ex enlng IS to be gn en IH whleh the Glee Club and other musleal branches ol the school take part lhe follow mg are the offlcers elected SPRING FALL GhORGE ATKESONJ Preszdent CJEORGE Arlcesov ELLEN FLANJAGAN M we Preszdent BERNADETTE CABB GEwEv1Ex E l-lALE Secretary jmx PIERCY 'VIARJORIE CRAXJDALL Pzamst XIARJORIE CR wo XLL Gregg Slz ortlzuud Club GREGG SHORTH xND CLLB w as orgamzed late 1n sprlnff 1n the ady anced stenography class under the supery1s1on of 'Vhss Ch1vers The pur pose w as to get actual buslness dxctatlon from local buslness men ant also to spend more tlme ln readxng shorthand The students felt that besldes vettlnv excellent buslness tralnxng they would enjoy the soelal slde as well so modern plays and stones were the maternal used for readlng and plans for contests w1th surroundlng schools were made The follownng ofhcers were elected Presldent lloracc Cfdlgle Vice presndent lvl1lclredW1ldberger secretary Verona Steere treasurer Emma Seyller actlvlty manaffer Grace Shlvely publlcnty manager l rneda Buhman and soclal manager Dorothy Claussen The Latzu Club HE Latln Club an organlzatlon new to Napa H1g.,h w as organized early ln the fall semester To Miss l,Voodcocl4 Latin Instructor belongs the credlt for organlzlng the club whlch ns composed of the adx anced Latm students The OHTCCFS are Presndent Ruth BlCkfOfd vlce presldent and correspondlng secretary Marjone Crandall secretary and treasurer Helen Noble The purpose of the club IS to gaxn a wxder knowledge of Latln and the lxfe of ln ' 1 4 ' KJELD SCHMIDT. ....,....,...,.... 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' ' - f ' 1- , - f ' - 1 '91 1922 IQZZ THE NXPANEI the Roman people than can be accomplished in the classroom Since the elub also eonesponds xxith other latin clubs in California and elsexxhere the members learn xx hat is goinff on in the l atln classes of other schools The elub meets exferx txxo xx eelxs at the homes of the x anous members and an inteiestinfr profrr ITT! is held Part ol each meeting is often dex oted to games after xx hieh 1el1eshments are serx ed ln older to 1elel to the interest of the club a Latin eonunelium contest xx IS held the losing side paving the xxinners xxith a partx lhe club has so lar piox ed to be xerx successful in creatine a llx el1er and lxeener interest in omnibus iebus Romae Orch extra LR oiehestra consists ol thirteen pieees one saxophone txxo coinets three elailnets hxe x1ol1ns drums and a piano This is a decided in crease ox ei last xear s orehesti 1 Under the direction of lxliss Tix a highlx trained musician the orchestra is progressinff and is plaxinfr l x B1ahms and To Qprine bx Crieff The success of our orchestra has been noted bx thc eitizens lt h is been asleed to plax it thef hamber of Commerce meetings th l l X meetings and meetlnm of the Rotarx C lub The Parent T eezcherf Asyoezatzon vu icomparatixelx recent time contact betxx een parents and teachers xx as geneiallx occasioned bx complaints either bx the teachers against the pupils OI bx the pupils against teachers lhe parents were inclined to glxe the teachexs lull sxx ax in the education of their children and the teachers xx e1e disposed to resent anx 1nte1 ference on the pai t of parents Pinallx someone conceived the plan of better cooperation betxx een parents and teachers and the Parent leachers Association xx as the result A fexx xears igo the need for nexx and better school buildings in Napa became apparent A elosei cooperation xx as needed betxx een the teachers and the tax pax Cl s il the necessary building program xx as to be Cal ried out so a Parent I eachers Association xx as organized in each school in Napa Membership xx as not limited to parents of pupils but xx as extended to all interested persons in the district The Parent leachers Association of Napa Union High School has not onlx helped in the school bond issues but has assisted in manx student helping enter prises The meetings have been xxell attended and have been made lnterestlng and instructixe bx addresses bx prominent men and xx omen on subjects of mutual in ICICSL lOl . .. ,- . , 4, - K - I -' -, , . , g . . U 4 , I ' x- ' rx 1 rs 2 ' ' . -.. , ' 'L - v - y I - N 'A ' 5 1 L r ' 1 S ru . ' 1' 2 ' 5 ' l'l . 1 1 l - - s 12 A , -' S' 1 L ' U k- 1' f g. 5-I w A X ' 1 V - 1 - V -Q E- ,sf ' - . ' D f ' v ' 1 - - 1 ,. 1 , . , . , ' , .2 - '. ' ' f'A-' f ' V- -I ' U 'f Q Q- --, ' ' 21 I ' .A-' 5 heaxier pieces this xear than prex'iouslx'. among them being the "Hungarian Dance N u Y I k . ., V . x . ' I7 . FW' ' T , . . A ' ' 4 Z V 1 A ' ' . ' x r - ' U I . , , , , , - - - 1 5 C e . X ki G REIURDS ,.. -'hm-1. BEN C CORLETT O7 Preszdent MRs C D CLARK Vzce Preszdent ROBERT BRONVNJ I4 Secretary and Treasurer HE spnnt of the Alumn1Assoc1 atlon of the Napa Union I-l1g,h School has been somewhat re vxved durrng the past two years Many steps have been taken lately to make thls orgamzatxon a more actlve and cooperatnve unlt The Sen1or Alumnn Banquet glven by the Class of zz proved to be one of the ch1efcauses for the rlslng of enthusnasm once agaln The organlzatlon was formed ln IQO6 and ln that year and the years followmg a custom was establnshed wh1ch provided for an alumnr banquet to be held each year on the Saturday after Commencement when the graduatmg class was wel comed lnto the assocratnon Thrs custom was abandoned 1n later years however but the Class of zz hoped to reestablish thxs precedent Bexj mm CORLFTT Thls class feelmg that the once actlve Alumnl Assoclatlon was a thmg of the past lnvlted the alumn1 to a banquet at the Chamber of Commerce nn une of last year At this gathering an electron of officers was held at wh1ch Mr Ben C C orlett w as elected presxdent The varlous commlttees were appolnted and busxness was more or less revlved One of the cherished Ideals of the organlzatxon had been to ald students grad uatmg from the hlgh school to obtann a hngher educatxon To sat1sfy thus Ideal a scholarshlp had been started and varlous small loans had been made to students l6Il ,fal- . if -L" C I-l: ' .'1g'g- M rx of .. 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Y . y 1922 1923 THE NAPANEE In 191 7 a loan xx as made to a student xx ho xxrshed to contrnue xx rth her educa tron The sprrrt of thrs student was prox ed by the fact that rn 1923 after she had completed her educatron and obtarned a good posrtron as a teacher she pard back the loan xx rth 1nterest The fund xxas boosted agarn xxhen the Class of 22 came to the front xx rth a brg donatron Upon gracluatrng thex lcft therr class monex the sum of Hftx dollars to the assocratron The 1923 Senror Alumnr Banquet xx rll bc held onjune 8 The Class of 23 hopes to rexrxe further rnterest rn the Alumnr Assocratron and to strengthen the OYQHTIIZHCIOYI I rances jordan Ruth Clements Alrce llrggrns I ed Sxx rft Robert Brckford Lors Doughtx Dorothx Proutx 'xlarran Srnrth Lourse 'Vlrchelson Vx rllram Bonzr Marguerrte I-Ierdhoff Lleanor Vx rnfrex Sheldon Rutherford Xdelrne l-lelbrn 'Xlonzo Rrce Lucx Vx heatlex Gertrude Loxx erx Alrce Bax lrs lhornton Scrrbner I dxxrn Roper I eo Cracx Helen 'vlanasse Ruth Daly Clrfford Srmplxrns Louetta Poston Lucre Peck Charles Blrss Arthur Llrclxer Arvrlla Bell Clays of '22 Attcndrng Unrxersrtx of Calrfornra Worlxrng for the Unrted States Prdelrtx and C uaran tee Co San FI'dI'1ClSCO Worlxrng for lvlontgomerx Bros San I rancrsco Attendrng Unrxersrtx of Calrfornra Xttendrn Unrxersrtx of Calrfornra Studx rng., musrc and dancrng 1n San I rancrsco Attcndrng Unrx ersrtx ofCal1forn1a Xttcndrng., C olle c ol the Pacrhc Xttendrng Unrx ersrtx of Calrfornra -Xttendrng Unrx ersrtx of Calrfornra Attendrng Armstrong s Secretarral School Berl elex Xttcndrng l hompson s Busrness College Attendmg C olle e of the Pacrhc Attendrng Armstrong s Secretarral School Berl clcx Attendrng C ollege of the Pacrfrc Attendrng lx41lls College Attendrng I hompson s Busrness College Attendrng Unrversrtx of Calrfornra Attendrng Stanford Unrversrtx Attendrng Unrversrtx of Calrfornra Ranchrng near Napa Attendrng San Francrsco State Teachers College Attendrng San Franersco State Teachers College Worlxrng for the Standard Orl Co San ITrancrsco Worlcrng at lvlare Island Attendrng Armstrong s Secretarral School Berkeley Attendrng Unrversrtx of Calrfornra Attendrng Agrrcultural School at Dax rs At home Napa I62 1 1 1' ' 1' - I. . 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THE NAPANEE 1922 191.3 Kent lvlclvllllan lonxa Grndley lvlrldred Henslee Helen Connolly 'vlxldred Lorenz Elwm Bass lired Grange Nlary How ell Dorothy Pratt Bartlett Washburn Dons Shxxarz Loren Wyatt Lugenla Donahue lay Haxxluns jesse lVlcM1llan Clyde Llrlclx Xlarguerlte Adrl lnce janet DlClx1C Xlargaret Clarlx Verna fallman Loulse G1ll1es Margaret Lemmon Gerald lvlanasse Clara Polzln Lx man Kxng Wllllam Flsher Vvxlllam Gardner Esther Rey nolds Ruth Ghlsholm Nlargaret Ghlles Ruth McCormick Blanche Coffleld 'Vladelme juarez Frances Ford Martm Pramme Grace Russel Ellzaloeth Lees Workmg for Reldy s Furnlture Co Berkeley Stenographer for Wlnshlp Beard Co Napa A secretary for the Galrfornla Glove Co Xlapa At home San Francxsco Attendlnff the Southern Branch ofUn1vers1ty of Call forma Los Angeles Workmg at Wllllams Pharmacy lNapa Ranchlnff Stags Leap Napa Stenographer for Travelers Insurance Go San P ran crsco Tralnlng at Unlverslty ofCal1forn1a Hospltal Attendm the Affllrated Colleges Attendln lvlllls C ollege Worlxnng ln the rice fields near Nladlson Calrlornl 1 At home Napa Attendln Unlverslty ofCal1forn11 Attendm Unlverslty ofCal1forn11 Attendnn Unlversltx ofCal1forn11 Attendln College of the Pacxflc Attendlng UNIVCFSIKY ofCal1fornra Attendln Occldental Colle e Attendlnff Unlverslty ofCal1forn1a 'Xflarrled Now Mrs Harold Gunn At home Portervllle Gallfornla Worklng for Sawyer Tanning Go Napa Clerleln for NV1nsh1p Beard Go Napa Attendln College of the PSCICIC Attendm Unlverslty of Vsfashxngton Attendmff Unxversxty of C3l1fOfHld Worklng rn the VICKOF Shop Oakland At home Nlapa Attendlnff the State Lnbrarlan School Los An eles Attendlng Unlverslty of Callfornla Marrled Now lvlrs Roland Hurd Llvlng ln Ho quxam Washmgton Stenographer for Sperry F lour lvlrlls Vallejo Attendmg UHIVCFSIKV of Calnfornla Attendmg Umversnty ofCal1forn1a Trannlng at Merrltt I-Iospltal Oakland Attendxn Munsons Secretarial School San Fran crsco lzl . ............ 1., . . ..,........... .., . , . . 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'W' 'fi' :tx yi I ELLO' Hello' Is thls Ellen' Oh I drdn t know you yxere home yet I was just phoning your mother to ask when she expected you Yes thls IS Vera speaklng When dnd you get home' You came on the slx o clock car' I guess your folks were very much surprrsed to see you home so soon I-Iow ns college' You like lt' Well that s nlce ust thunk I haven t seen you slnce two weeks after we graduated Don t you mlss the good times we used to have at Napa I-Ilgh' I surely do just thmk nt s been a whole year snnce we graduated It doesn t seem that long does lt' Drdn t we have some dandy trmes ln our semor year' I just happened to re member the other day the time when we were Seniors and play ed blg slsters to the Freshmen gurls at the Freshman Receptron and we asked all the lxttle Freshman boys to dance w1th us Another Freshman Party ' Oh yes' The Freshman had a party later on I belreve rt was sometlme ln February They played games and danced What were some of the dances we had' Well let s see The Ag Club gave a dance at Natlve Sons I-Iall It xx as a blg success I don t see how you can forget nt We all had such a good tlme And the Sophomore Party' What dld you say ' Yes that was the nlght they gave a play The 'I urtle Doye and then danced afteryy ards And remember the blg affalr of the season the junnor Senmor Ball Yes the jumors certamly gave us a good tnme And then there was an All Student Body Dance glven rn Aprrl We had the Ramboyy Four play at most of our dances They were good, weren t they' Do I remember the C-1rls jmx' Well, I should say I do The n1ght me all dressed up m krazy kostumes And do you remember Mrldred Fearch dressed rn that funny old fashroned dress' l6:l I -f IIIIIIIHVI Q I. 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I ' A , , ' , I .. , . , . 1922 IQ23 THE NAPANEE Yes she xxon thc DFILC Vx hat xx as It thex gaxe her Oh yes' A franltfurter xx rapped up real nrce rn tlssue paper 'xlrss Sxx rnton' Hoxx xxas she dressed I haxe forgotten Lrlxe a lrttle grrl' And she toolx a part rn the teachers stunt Of course I remember' Vxfasn t she the cutest thrnff N es the boxs had therr nlght also Thex xx ent to the shoxx and then had a brg banquet at Natrxt 'ions I-Iall Ihex Ill reported a Hood tune I thlnl the Crrcuses xxe gax e at 'Napa Hwh xx ere hne Iixpeclallx the one dur mg our Senlor xear A p Made' Oh xes' XX c dnd hax e a parlde Lach srdt shoxx entered SOINLIITIHYY to arouse currosrtx But Mr Prtman s cloxx ns xx on all the honors Izllen drdn t thex haxe some PICDICS that last xear of school The Glee flub Oh xes' I belrexe I do remember Those from the Iwfuslc Department at tended Drdn t the school haxe a 'Wax Dax pxcmc I thought thex dld Parents teachers and students all xx ent together and had xx onderful trme Vx ell Lllen I guess xxe hax e just about cox ered all the good trmes of our Senxor x ear No' Vxfhat haxe I forgotten The Alumnl Drnner Vvell of course I-Ioxx dld I ever forget that' Really Ellen I thunk that s a xxonderful xxax to keep rn touch xxlth all the past graduates I xxent thxs xear and saw so manv of our old classmates Uh yes' Of course there was Commencement The commencement exercrses xxere combmed xsxrth the dedlcatlon exercises ln the nexx hugh school Remember how 1mportant we felt to be the first graduates from the nexx school' Those were certaxnly good trmes and I surelx mrss them When are xou comrng to see me' Tomorrow' All rrght that xx rll be fine We xx rll be able to dnscuss our good trmes more fullx Good bye Ibfvl .. 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Y A . . v y . r y N.. . . , I . v .. . , . . , , y ,b . , , , I .- .. . . . -- 7 H v v . .. 1 - , - s llf Q. ,lln GWJfSll"W"4 -, x'lll O Nz ff W ,IIIIIlI!!lFl!!!!!!!igg! gE!!!!gffrmff4al Wu :lilly RAMA has never played so large a part as rt has thrs year at Napa A regular Dramatrcs Course has been added to the course of study here and under the drrectron of Mrss Coblentz the students have been able to develop any natural talent they mlght have had and to take up a defimte study of the hrstory of the drama the theater and the changes of each from the early Greek perrod to the present day One act plays and the lrves of famous playwrlghts have been carefully studled and analyzed rn order to brm out the deeper meanrngs of the subject and to rnterpret the meamng that the author meant to have brought out rn hrs work In order to brmg the students ln close contact w1th the better plays a certam amount of outslde readmg was requlred durmg the year The mstallatxon of thrs course rn the hrgh school IS 1n keepm wlth the general theater movement all over the Unxted States The arm of the movement IS to create an appreclatlon and demand on the part of the public for better plays The productrons put on thus year were Let George Do lt Court Scene of The Merchant of Vemce Dxogenes Hunts for a Secretary The Turtle Dove The Pot Boller Two Crooks and a Lady Her Honor the Mayor and The Charm School The sketch Let George Do lt was wrxtten by Grace Shlvely and was pro duced espec1ally for the Chamber of Commerce It portrayed the trrals and trlbu latlons of the Mayor of our falr cxty The date of nts productlon was October 8 at the Chamber of Commerce dmner Members of the Dramatlcs Class formed the cast The Court Scene of The Merchant of Vemce was produced for the student body by the Dramatxcs Class and presented October I3 Conslderlng the dlfficult roles 1n the scene the mterpretatlon of the parts was excellent The cast was as follows Shylock K J ELD SCHMIDT Bassanzo GEORGE ATKESON Portza ROXANA HOLDEN l67l Y I V N ln. 1 M 1 7 fr GE! 1 f 6, xl, .f T , 1 , ,f 1 -. l fl' uH -mnlh h'IlllInurIn':1lT .vvmgllygllpwm, ?"' 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IQ22-1923 THE NAPANEE Nerzssa JEAN PIERCY Antonzo JAMES PRITCHETT Gratzano RAYMOND O lXElLL Duke KELLER GRIGSBY ILEELE STODDARD Duke S CWM CMRS NORMAN HANSEND MARIAN SOMERS All those not m the scene acted as pages and clerks The Turtle Dove was a qualnt llttle Chmese play put on for the Sophomores at thelr party on December 8 The love story of-james Pritchett and Grace Shnvely a Chlnese youth and malden was well acted by both The cast of the play was Chang Sut Ym Qson of Chang Won Ym the Greatj lxwenlm his daughter GRACE SHIVELY The Chorus JEAN PIERCY Gong Bearer NORMA KITTO Property Man MARIAN SOMERS God of Fate BURR NIORTHROP On December IS the Freshmen commerc1al glrls gave a two-act play for t e student body called Dlogenes Hunts for a Secretary Its plot portrayed the ruse of a young offlce boy over h1s female assoclates by dlnt of h1s perseverance and common sense The play carrned a moral that was easlly drawn and a good por txon of comedy The Turtle Dove recelved such commendatxon nt was replayed wth The Pot Bo1ler and Two Crooks and a Lady These three plays were put on the I 8 ,.- QT 1 ......................,.. .T - ,,,t1ll,.rlrrr,e...,t 4 A, , as A' ' f ' . 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' . h 61 THE NAPANEE 1922 1923 nxght of january 7 to a crow ded audltorlum The Dramatlcs Class produced all three the recelpts of whxch went into the treasury ofthe class to purchase property for future plays The Pot Boller was a comedy deplctxng the trouble of a playw rwht at the dress rehearsal of hrs latest play hrs trlals were many and the comedy of the sketch was well brought out Two Crooks and a Lady was 1 play qulte the oppo slte of The Pot Boller lt showed how two crooks wuc outw ltted by a lady ln a plot to secure a dlamond necl lace The crooks George Atlxeson and Llxzabtth Stewart w ext fouled ln the attempt to get the gems and finally ended up nn yall Roxana Holden carrled the role oflvlrs Slmms N mc the lady GRACE SHIVELY The Cast of The Pot Boller was AS KWENLIN Sudfafamous plaxurrghtj ROBERT BRANITLEY XX OOdlX JAMES PRITCHETT Mfg Pencil CLAUDINE SWAIN M155 Ivory GENEVIEVE HALE Mr Ivory her ather KELLER GRIGSBY Mr Inlcuell RAYMONDGNEILL Stage Hand BURR NORTHROP The cast of Two Crooks and a Lady was Muller C the haukj GEORGE ATKEsov Lucille C has atcomplacej ELIZABETH SrEw ART Mrs Srmms Vane ROXANA HOLDEN M rss ones Q her companaonj GRACE I-IEIDHOFF Polzce Inspector JAMES PRITCI'-IETT Garrety KELLER GRIGSBY The Senlor Play Her Honor the Mayor was a very successful productlon glven on March rounder the supervxslon of MISS Woodcock The play was a comedy drama showxng the government of most any communlty 1n the hands of woman Luckxly the play and plot were only a dream It showed how the c1ty government was managed by Elrzabeth Stewart as Eve Greenway the Mayor Keller Grugsby as Lester Parmenter was her dream husband and domest1c I-hs mam drfflculty was 1n malntalnlng hrs beauty and 1n keepxng the baby from swallowmg safety p1ns Mary Grlfflths as Mrs lVIcNlabb was the vlllam of the story Her unhonorable deslgns on Clarence were thwarted by Vera Chapman as DOFIS Denton All members of the cast deserved the hlghest pralsc for the way thelr partlcular parts were taken The cast lncluded l69l ' ' Q, ' ' gs ' , .. V A .. V 2 . - N. . . .v I . A U . - ,2 by T , , f .......,....,.......... T . Y ......,.,..................,. ' Mr, Ruler C the Ioverj r......,......,........ GEORGE ATKESON V l ..... .....,...,......... , . l ' , I . L Y . I . -s 4 ' -. - , - s 1 ' I - f ' - s f 1 ' ' . 1922 IQ23 THE NAPANEE Lester Parmenter la candtdate for mayorshtpj KELLER GRIGSBY Hon Wtke MeGoonCa polttzcal bossj KJ ELD SCHMIDT Eve Greenwax Cleester s hanceej ELIZABETH STEWART Vrs Mc 'Vabbla sujragetzej 'VIARY GRIFFITHS Rosalte Wvcrsla reprewentatzze of the fremh Chocolate Company MART w SOMERS Dorm Denton Qsueetheart of L-,ve s brother Clarentel GLENN STL BBLEFIELD X1ADEL1NE CDLLIFFE The colored maid of the Greenuax home and the chtej' of polzce under the regtme of Eve as Mawr As thms rs bemg xx rrtten the slunlor Class IS preparlng The Clharm School he given on Aprrl I3 lt IS the storx ofa young man who lnherlts a young ladxes semlnarx lf tells of how he conxerted the old school xnto an lnstltutlon where the rlch mlght send thelr chrldren to acqulre charm Cf course there IS a love story connected mth the tale l he cast of the plax IS as folloxxs Xusttn Bevanvfan automobzle salevmanl IAMLS PRITLHETT Davtd Welxen Leia lou studentj ROBERT BRANTLEN George Boyd Q an expert accountantp SHIRLT WXCKOFF jzm Yzmpluns RAT Moxo O NEILL Tzm Ytmpluns ARTllLR BEARD Homer Iohnviguardran of I lzsej HEIKBERT IxERSoN l Rl N1 HI C HARN1 S HOOI l7O X . .. . 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'I i" I . fc: THE NAPXNEL 1922 IQ22 I me Benedottzla Senzorb CJR ma SHIXELH N ws llarplpreszdentover slhooll Xlxacxm I Nomox Wms Curtzs Roxfxmx Houfx Sally BoxdlGwrge s mterb GRALL PIEIDHOPE Muriel Doughlx BEUI All Ixwoxx LES I rhel Ypelvm ELBERTA I ILv XBERX Xlzx Xlerlzer X our VII Xx1srL1 lzllzun Ylafford xlXXlNl BL rsox Nladm xent IL NL Ixl NXXORHIN any Ll lss 1 wmv m mu wg ol smtlum mlrnmrs ms xml LL umlr ffm If L L,LllllkS through thu lull ot pmpu LQLIIPINLVII lhl progius lT1lLlL hx thl Ll ass h IS l7LC.T'1 so ffm xl th ll A slgoml XL 11 Lldss m Lhl suhjllt IS lWt,lf1f"PldHf1LLl for mxt xp ll lhl nux school xxlll proxllll mmm lLlXdIWl1ffLS lor 1 Lourse of Lhls Lxmi hmm room lqulppld xxlth cl st um Lh ll xx ull lm thn stullpnts of thu dr xml 1 pldu to IL hnarsl m pm CHL lfll ill ' ' ...,.,..,,.,,....... ' .A ' ' All ' x ' A ,........, .A f Q 1 K ' . ...,..,.,.,,..... li ff J ' .,....,4,...,............. ' . .' ' . f 1 ' .... ,,............, , ,. 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I Sequoya Redxx ood Cltx One of our best exchanges A fexx more jokes xxould lmprove your annual The Spectator Clox erdale Your book IS small but lnterestmg W here rs your exchange department The Tokax l od: Xour book IS our best exchange Your cox er 1.lCSlf.,I1 IS ex cellent The Bu Galt XX e are glad that you are opennng an exchange department rn xour annual An autovraph page and some snaps vxould lmprox e xour book The Sea L rchzn P3Clf-IC Groxe The DICIUTCS of your graduating class are scme thmg out ofthe ordmarx The Poppx Wmters 'Hour annual xs xerx good Vxfe xxould lllxe to see more about xour athletlcs Llatzs Vacaxulle Larger and clearer snaps would lmproxe xour book Last xear there xx as a shortage of NAPANEES Consequently xxe xx ere not able to exchange xx 1th as manx schools as xx e des1red Thls xear hoxx ex er xxe shall bullt up our Exchan e Department We xx lsh to thanl all those xxhose exchanges xxe have thrs xear and hope to haxe xou on our exchan e llst again l72l 'X llllll X i fl!! bl u W U 4. 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A 1 1,-1 fi g P 1 5 ff i vi 'M 'ing I F4253 'PK My " 'si' A-'Riff fri, Jw , ,ffzsii E ll YB44'-2 a '.2bEl.fi+l' 'X b 1Ly'f r-.x 'Al ,J ""t:f3'rt I J 'gift-z2.wz .EYE Aapa ll Comord 0 APA H1 h Qchool football elex en got off to an HLISPICIOUS start for the 1922 season bx hand1lx defeat1nff Fon cord H1 h School Saturdax afternoon Qeptember 23 at uarez Pdllx Il to o lt was an 1nterest1ng tontest desp1te the fact that nelther team had much practlce and the plaxmg was clean throughout the game 'Napa gamed hu pomts through a touchdown Held goal and goal lack Captam lesse Rose scored the touchdown eXthlet1c d1rectors at the local school were pleased NXlll'l the show mg of the Purple and bold gr1dders and prospects for another such team as last xear stem good Xl l OSI Napa 20 A4art1nez 13 ln an exc1t1ng game Saturdax afternoon October , 'Napa H1 s football team defeated Martmez by a score of zo to I3 Th1s made the second uctorx fo1 the Nlapa boxs thls season and they hope to w1n the champ1onsh1p ln the first quarter 'Napa smashed lvlartnnez back to the ro xard l1ne l oole 1tee1x ed a pass from llsdale and went over for a touchdown 'Nlapa fa1led to con vert 'Nlapa fumbled and a lVlart1nez man recovered the ball and made a touch down by a 4, xard run FIFSE quarter 'Nlapa zo lVIart1nez , 'I h1rd quarter Both teams plax ed an even game 1n m1d field Last quarter lvlartlnez man made a bo yard run and went oven l1ne for touch dow n but fa1led to conx CTL In the last few' m1nutes ofplay both teams w ere f1ght1nff hard Score Napa zo lVIart1nez I3 Aapa, I2 Wfoodland, 47 Napa l-l1gh w as beaten 47 I2 bv Woodland l-l1gh Saturday afternoon, October 14, at luarez Park Lach team w as weak on defens1ve work Woodland made her l74l ,J A . . 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Z., :E --1 1o22 IQ23 THE NAPANEE greatest galns by l1ne bucks and plunges Napa s greatest offense exlsted nn a won derful forward pass from T1sdale to Poole FIFSI quarter Tlsdale k1cked 45 yards Woodland started up the Held 4 and 5 y ards at a down to a touchdown Tnme IO mlnutes Woodland fa1led to make try for pomt Score Woodland 6 Napa o Second quarter Woodland gamed 5 IO 3 yards by bucks Woodlands ball on 18 yard l1ne A 2 and 3 yard galn and another buck put the ball over Woodland made the polnt Score Woodland I3 Napa o Thtrd quarter Napa k1cked off Woodland punted Lange returned 1 5 vards NK oodland finally ran 25 yards through tackle to touchdown Made poxnt Score zero 'Xlapa k1cked 30 yards Woodland returned 5 Woodland k1cked 40 yards XX oodland fumbled and Napa recoy ered Ttsdale passed 1 1 yards to Poole Tlsdale got 9 yards through tackle Tlsdale passed 5 yards to Poole West got two more around end Napa lost ball on down Woodland k1cked 40 yards Napa had a knck blocked Napa recovered Tnsdale got If yards around end Txsdale passed 15 yards to Poole who ran 55 yards to a touchdown Napa falled to make the l'ourth quarter Woodland s ball on the 28 yard l1ne second down and 7 to go Woodland got 2 and 6 Woodland off snde penalnzed 5 yards 7 and 4 yards more second down 6 yards to go and 9 yards to goal Bucks net 6 and zyy, Two downs left to go 1 foot Woodland put nt over and galned the polnt Score 33 6 Xlapa k1cked off Woodland punted 30 yards West fumbled and Woodland recovered on 5 yard l1ne One down put the ball over Woodland made the po1nt Score 40 to 6 W West substltuted for Hams Napa kncked Woodland k1cked E West made IO Txsdale passed 2o yards to Coffleld got I5 yards 5 yards to go to goal L1 West put ball over Tnsdale falled to make pomt Score 40-I 2 West fumbled for IO yard loss T1sdale punted Woodland ran punt back for touchdown and made polnt The game ended wtth the ball 1n m1d field ln Woodland s pos scssnon Score Woodland 47 Napa I2 Napa Q8 Analy 5 October 21 Napa l-I1 won ltS first start 1n the league schedule by beatlng Analy 98 to If Our second team was used for one quarter to glve Analy a llttle chance Thus was when Analy scored thelr I5 pomts Analy used practtcally a passxng game as dxd Napa a runn1ng and passlng too As the second half wore on and l76l Z ' , , N' . 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Score: Woodland 26, Napa 6. 4 - 1 2 ' V 7 V A ' 7 ' , - , 1 THE NAPANEE 1922 IQ23 after scores were added to Napa s strung the crowd sent up a plea to the team for a hundred polnts The team play ed l1ke mad to satlsfy them Wlth the score 98 to If and 2 mmutes to go j1mm1e Underhlll heaved a beaut1ful4o yard pass 1nto Poole s hands behlnd the lme but the drm lnght caused Poole to drop xt Napa had a chance to repeat a moment later but thls tlme the pass was too h1gh The gun ended the game Score 98 1, Napa o Santa Rosa 0 Napa H1 s football team held Santa Rosa squad to a nothlng to nothmg tlc 1n the Rose Clty Saturday afternoon October 28 Qanta Rosa had a slnght edge 1n the playlng but by good defenswe work the Purple and Gold representatlves kept them from crosslng thelr llne Once the Rose buds were w1th1n IO feet of a touchdown but Napa held them for downs and with Captaln Rose klcklng ln grand style worked the ball away from the danger zone and never permntted Santa Rosa to get that close aga1n The local boys were kept on the defens1ve most of the tnme On the offenslve they seemed to lack the punch and never were really threatenlng How ever de cxded lmprovement was noted over the form shown heretofore and Coach Coleman w as confxdent the team was round1ng 1nto a formldable aggregatlon Napa 26-San Rafael 7 Napa defeated San Rafael l-hgh on the grndlron at Juarez Park Saturday after noon November 4 by a score of 26 to 7 Nenther team scored ln the openlng quarter though some hard fightlng was wrtnessed by the fans ln the second quarter Napa began a determlned advance toward the enemy s goal and attaxned 1ts objectlve wxth Tony Coffleld carrymg the plgsknn over Cofheld successfully drop klcked for the extra polnt Napa 7 San Rafael o In the thlrd quarter after the rest per1od Napa went at thenr opponents ham mer and tongs whxle on the other hand San Rafael seemed to be weakemng Coffxeld plowed through the l1ne for a touchdown I-le falled nn try for polnt Tony a few moments later scored the thlrd touchdown I-le succeeded 1n convertlng Score at end of quarter Napa 2o San Rafael o l7 y 1 - 1 . 7 . . . y - , . , . 1 .1 . . . . , , P 1 1 ' 1 1 f ' 1 - ' 1 T W T . . . 7 7 - 1 1 4 1' 1 v , 1 1 ' . , . a 1 T , . . 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L.. ,,, , l,1, lUI l 1 1 H 5' ' 1 MI3 lv fXl11'r1so H lor 1' 4'1 '1l.', ' " 1 e 1 th' 3-.'1'1ll'e,-X l"ll'v'l A "'.'lll' ' 1lx.-'l"l1-11 ll-ll lx al' '.il1'l ' ' ' " ej'1lg Sl THE NAPANFE 1922 IQ23 xxas played in mid field for some time lisdale xxas hurt Lange substituted Nle Cxormick xxent in for W W est at end Napa lost hill on the IO yard line 1fter 1 1, xard Hain Petaluma punted Napa punteel Hoffman made fair catch hehind his oxxn line Petaluma got a free kick Underhill c xught it on the ,xo xard line md earned it ox er for a touchdoxxn Doc Coleman st lrted suhstituting The fume ended xxith the second string men holding their oxxn l inal seore Napa ,3 l et1 lum 1 o Xa cl 40 XLIHLIU , N ipi idded mother xxin to he1 list hx xx hippin N illeio .go , Saturday 1 o xemlwer 18 It xx IS an cisy xxin lor the loe il lwoxs just is piedieted lhe Name xxas plax ed at X allejo and xx is sloxx llflkl unexeitinff Xrguments xx eie frequent and time xx as taken out often X illeyo seored a touehdoxxn in the thiid quarter shifted around to ffixe the regulars experience at another position and to aecustom substitutes to the Game The regular hackfield xx as in place -Xt the end of the fiist quarter more subs xxere rushed in It xx as xxh1le these men xx ere on the field th it xalleyo seored Gixinff X allejo all the credit due her xxe ean sax she fought h11el and pl 1x ed as good a ffame as she knexx hoxx Her h 1ekGeld men on sex eral oce ISIOVIS lwroke through ind around foi hig g 11ns lhe N IPI t 1eklers missed often and xx ere inelleetixe It xx is a poor shoxxlng ol footh 1ll l ut serxed to keep the felloxxs in 1 semldl 1nee of eonditlon lor the Berkeley g lme Napa 0 Berlelex 40 Outxxeighing Napa greatlx playing on her oxxn ground and hefore hundreds of he1 supporters and xxith ex erx other moral and physical adx antaffe in he1 lixor Berkelex H1 h School xx on ox er Napa High bx a score of .po to o outplax inff Nl 1pa in ex erx staffe of the game Napa threatened to cross the Berkeley line for a touchdoxxn on sex eral occa sions but xx as not quite equal to the task though the Purple and Gold put forth most commendable efforts Lange and Captain Rose of the Nlapa elexen xxere forced from the game hy injuries immie Underhill xxas the outstanding st ll lor Nlapi making hig gains sexeral tlm6S and tossing 1 number of beautiful foixx 11d passes lm 1 ' ' ' ' '. l , . 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QTX11 11 I rx. x .qs NCI 1' 1. 1,1 '1 1i1:11I1,l. 1Q.:.111I111' 111 11W 1111 111' Q X'11s'1 . , 1151 .r .4 51111 '111' 1' '1 1S13.X1.Ii 11.131 111 144 XI ll ' 1' XX' 1111111111111 171:11 111 Vi -11,11 111' 1 1,1x1,1 15. j ,X 11111 421111 1D111f . 1 ,Q j ss 1 111111 Our scores and games that we played are as follows gr '1 H141 'H I 'H'- -F11 if. 315 'tgirl rg if 5 l HQ' 4 11 K , xfY:b'u::f,:!3,a"a1 31, A ht A H16 'L arf 1 'di 4' 5+ 52.-'JWQ5 x 191 mg A' -'- H V' '21 U ff 'Q P1 Surf at-w :ffm K A fffgfflf Ss ll Z1 'X N' W 1 J x CAPT COFFIELD rf, W-L -of , In 1 1115.44 ,X K, 2 H S' ,145 5 14654 gg 4 ltpi'-g'3Sl'J Z,gES3'r1'1 1, 1 ,X if 'N' Q: V A ?J.FLIl At the end of last year s season If looked as 1f we would hax e a crack team Butj1mm1e Underh1ll capta1n of last year s team had made arrangements to go to school at St Mary s College Thus IK left us w1thout a crack goal shooter, and Manasse who played guard on last year s team was out on account of 1njur1es to h1s heel The season started Wlth T1sdale takmg Manasse s place but a forward was 1mposs1ble to flnd Th1s was soon filled when joel Coffleld a Freshman turned out and filled the pos1t1on qunte well for h1s first year w1th a fast team B111 West was h1ffh ponnt ln the Unl1m1ted Wlth Lange of the IZOS r1ght on h1s neck mth but about two or three po1nts to keep up w1th B111 Our Unl1m1ted lost to Santa Rosa by one po1nt for cham p1onsh1p of Northwest Sect1on of the C I F League F1115 ended our season for the Unl1m1ted team Napa 3 5 Armno Napa oo-St Helena Vmtage Napa oo-St V1ncent Napa oo Cal1stoga Napa oo Vallejo Napa oo Dragons Napa oo-Santa Rosa Players COFFIELD C Capt J J Rosa 1-I IVICLEAN B WEST J COFFIELD 1' TISDALE j BROWN M McC'oQM1cK Posztzon Guard Center Forward Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard 1811 Played at Napa Played at Napa Played at Napa Played at Ca11stoga Played at Vallejo Played at St Helena Played at Napa Year un1or Senlor Freshman Senlor Freshman ,I unlor Freshman Sen1or Wezght In IO 1 o 157 135 153 145 137. f?:'E5.Q'ff-'1L'?'1:lfi1.f1-Q '1 511 -. .I I' 7 ' , 5 . .7 4. 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Boxxfn Iso Illaptalm T1-1E NAPANEE 1922 1923 Wlth pract1cally the same team for next year and more cand1dates for pos1t1on on the team If looks l1ke a prom1s1ng year for basketball at Napa H1gh Gur I3OS started off wlth last years team and a few more new recrults In some cases when the IZOS were not havxng a game scheduled they played half the game for the Unl1m1ted During the entlre season our IZOS could take the Unl1m1ted Into camp by l7C3Elf'lg them by 5 or IO po1nts lt seemed llke the l1ttle fellows could put lt all over the blg team Whyl Because they had the teamwork and players Bonagulso yy ho played forward last year yvas elected captaln for the season Bonnle guided hlS team to a pennant and fought the1r way to play Berkeley Lange played 1 remarkable game for hrs hrst year w1th the IZOS scorlng over half of the polnts ln almost every game We yyon the pennant for the Northwest Sectlon of the C I f League by yy1nn1ng over Healdsburg ln a fast and CYClIlI'lg game NVe mlght call our I3OS l1ttle fellows but just to show you how close they yy ere to IZOS look below Player Posztzon Year Wezght BONINIECCSPI J Poryy ard Sen1or 1 o ROBERTS Forward Sen1or 1 o ARUNDE1. Guard jumor 1 o J LANIGE Center Sophomore I2 CHAPMAN Guard Sophomore 1 2 Vfyx DE VEERE Guard Semor I2 R HEFLINI Forward Sen1or I2 Sy 1111 Center Semor I2 Scores and places of the frames are as folloyys Napa Napa Napa Napa 'Napa Napa Sonoma C allstoffa St Helena Healdsburff Woodland Berkeley Played Play ed Played Played ,layed Play ed Napa C3llSIOgd St Helena Napa Falrfleld Berkeley Nlapa lost to Berkeley 1n hnals Berkeley Hlgh School yyon the I3O pound basketball t1tle of Northern CSal1forn1a by beat1ng Nlapa s IBO s on ly4arch 2 1923 by a score of 3o 2o The game for the Napa rooters had tyyo d1st1nct sldes The frrst half 'Nlapa seemed hopelessly beaten the second half sayy the Napans start to flght closmff the breach 1n the score md outplay mg the Berkeleyltes IH ey ery stage of the game The gym yy here the game yy as played yy as large sloyylnf doyyn the felloyys a great deal and causlng them to m1s3udge the1r dlstances constantly Berkeley s goal shootmg yy as a reyelatlon l'hey shot from eyery angle md every Spot that was on l83l 1 ..... 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Y 2 49-fav' 1 ef his L 1t,?ifm ' H Af 'fx Z' it Vapa 0 Luck Wzlmerdmg 2 xxx-1 The game all but the way the score ponnted was a good one Why Napa dad not wrn ns easy to understand Luck got the breaks The box score gave Napa credlt for slx huts and two errors The same authorltv gave Luck five hxts and four errors Nlapa s hlts w ere too scattered to account for much Llck s runs came ln the second and fourth mmngs Bralndon Llck catcher led off wlth a slngle ln the flrst of the second lvloulan struck out and Clyde sacrlflced Braxndon stole third and came home on a hut by Nemxth ln the fourth frame Bramdon agam got on base and stole second Moulan droxe one over short and Bralndon put himself out by mterfermg wrth the ball Moulan took second and thxrd on the play Clyde got hrst on LAPT TISDALE an error by J Coffleld and Moulan took home ln the second nnnmg Mathews was thrown out at the plate m an attempt to score on a hut made by Lyttle Lyttle got as far as thnrd 1n the seventh mnmg wrth two down Tlsdale struck out and that ns as far as he got Manasse s fleldmg at second base was very good Twnce he figured rn double plays At the beglnnlng of the eighth he stopped a hot grounder at second and narled Roach who had been forced and then threw out Crane at Flrst ln the begun nmg of the mnth he was the middle man rn a Cox to-Manasse to Lyttle double The game was the first athletlc contest to be staged on the field of the new Hugh School The ground IS 1deal for an athletrc park, and eventually a fast dnamond wnll be attamed there The local lme up was Manasse, zb, Cox, ss,j Coffleld, gb, Enlow, cf, Mathews, lf, Rose, c, Arundel and W Coffield, rf, Lyttle, lb, Tlsdale, p The umprres were Alex Ferrero, strnkes, Laurence Dolcxet, bases l85l V . .. f - r . .A . . -- Y . -.. . ,. :-,5""u1 ,JL ,,,',:g'.30 ,..'fh'+" f .1-'F vin-A 321. 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LAINCI Tisimu CCaptainJ MANASSF ,I CO!-FIELD Mmmzws Napa 7 St Helena Q 'it Helena gave lXapa a 9 to , drubbing on the new High School grounds Sat urday in a good game of ball With the score 7 5 in favor of the valley school 'Xlapa tied the score in the last half of the ninth inningwith twoon bases and none away The old ball game seemed gone right there but an error and a couple of hits by St Helena in the tenth spoiled all prospects of a win Napa fielded much better than did St Helena making five errors to eight and handling nineteen put outs to fifteen At the bat Napa earned more hits than the up valley team In this department of the game Napa was given credit for eight runs that should never have crow ned the plate C-uigni handled himself well in the box for the visitors He permitted only two walks and sent fourteen men to the bench as strike-outs Tisdale for Napa allowed eight hits and returned ten by the strike out route Manasse scored three runs for Nlapa Cornwell of St Helena scored the same number for his teammates T he line ups for the teams were St Helena Corbello 1b Fraser and Woodworth cf jackee zb Gagetta c Cornwell ss Clark 3b Ross rf Thompson lf Guigni p Aapa Manasse zb Cox ss Enlow cf 'Vlathews lf Rose c Coffield rf Lyttle Ib Kerri 3b Tisdale and Arundel p l86l C ', 1 ' 1 , ' 1 5, Z ' , '., . A , ' ' T - ' V ' 7 . ,. - . , V I . . 7 . . V. hits to ten. In the fourth and sixth innings, freak hits accounted for St. Helena i , , . , ' . - - 1 Q 1 Z 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 Q 1 Q 1 S 1 - 1 . . . , . . . . . ' Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 ' ' ' U THE NAPANEE 1922 1923 Napa 18 Sonoma 8 Do you remember the old ChlCagO Whlte Sox the hltless wonders of 19067 Do you suppose they ever scored exghteen runs on four hits or twelve runs ln one lnnmg on two lone hltsl The records of those days are gone but we may use our xmagmatlon and say they d1d not In a flfth xnnnng rally at Sonoma Napa scored a total of twelve runs That put the game on lee as far as Napa was concerned even that five run tally of Sonoma s 1n the nxnth frelghtened no one The score at the end of the contest was 18 8 ln favor of Napa The game started as lf lt meant buslness Napa was retlrcd one two three ln the first frame Sonoma had two outs then a couple of hlts and an error netted them two runs before three was counted Napa came back ln the second with two runs Sonoma tallied one run nn the second Two runs became ours xn the third by two walks and an overthrow at flrst The fourth went one two three for Napa and Sonoma The flfth was a slaughter Svcteen men faced Sonoma at the plate Errors and walks and errors and walks made the scorekeepers dnzzy Twelve runs crossed the plate before the slde was ret1red Sonoma had no such luck as that one two three went the outs After that n1ghtmare the game agam became a game untll the last halfof the nlnth Four hlts and two walks IS enouffh for any team to score flve runs on That s what Sonoma d1d Napa took four hxts and Sonoma seven Kxser Sonoma thxrd baseman took two hlts ln f1VC t1mes at the plate Tony Coffleld took a h1t ln two tlmes at the plate In the field Sonoma has a credit of seven errors all of whleh occured durnng that flfth mnmg Napa s chalked up w 1th six The llne ups were Sonoma Prestwood ss Poppe cf lvl KISCF 3b Klser p Bosch lb Cohen and Wally lf Geer zb Locarnnnl rf Schutts c Napa Mathews cf Cox ss Lan-fre lf Manasse zb Rose c W Coffleld and Enlow rf J COffLTCld 3b Lyttle Ib Tlsdale p Napa 0-Polyteehmc 7 Polytechnlc I-hgh School of San Francnsco gave Napa a good prunxng The score If mlght be well to mentlon was 7 o ln favor of Poly I-Iampton Poly prtcher ns about the stlnglest ball thrower we know of Hls flelders take thelr cues from hxm and noth1ng gets by them on bases or ln the Held l87l , . . . 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Fa 2 Tl li G N 'elf wh 3 'QTY ,iflipijg W3 jg-31 2 6 'asm i'w111-fi' W 'M Qs RACK th1s year looks xery prom1s1ng and we are hoplng to br1ng home a few pennants The followlng men w1ll probably make up the team and others w1ll undoubtedly show up before the season IS ox er The followmg men form the mater1al for the team 100 yards N Polz1n and G Dams zzo yards Thlbaut Polzm and Rose 440 yards Rose McLean Galbralth and Schmldt 880 yards I WCKCHZIC Schmldt Bruce Hoffmeler Nfhle l MCKCHZIC Schmldt Bruce Hoffmeler IZO yard Hurdles Th1baut and Lange 220 yard Low Hurdles Th1baut and Lange Broadjump-Atlxeson DSVIS and Stubbleheld H1 h jump-Rose and Stubblefield Pole Vault West Chapman Cordy and Steele Shot Weybrew Coffleld and Rose D1scus Coffleld and Weybrew avel1n Wej brew and Cofheld The 17.0 s xx 1ll probably be made up of the followmg men Chan L1m lvlarols Brown Bruce McKenna V Chapman and Walt West Coaches Hemmerllng and Belford put on a nov1ce meet and brou ht out some obscure mater1al The 1nterclass meet xx as w on by the Sopho mores Semors second, Jumors th1rd and Fresh men fourth The track schedule for th1s sprmg IS Aprll I3 Armljo, at AFIUIJO Apr1l IQ Vallejo, at Napa Apr1l Z4 Vallejo, at Vallejo l89l I 1 1 - - - n.,j-iaf 'E' N - I 2:1 Z-'A'-: f f 'lr 1. , f TP-asa :HP 1' f-Q-' Mm - TW .am : .n :gr . lgz--3' ' ..",," "f'r': Q -fl 10 "J A waj, Ml Y A u ,sy 3... . .,.1:-- " 11. 1 'A -py- Algfsl if I Q3 1. 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H nw NI UNJLSL XL amount of Interest xx as shoxxn ln tennls at the begrnnxng of the fall season and a large number of players turned out to try for the team At a meetxng of the tennls men Robert Heflm xx as elected captain for the fall season An ellmrnatron tournament xx as held for the purpose of selectlng the team and Robert Heflxn xxon the tournament and became hrst man on the team Kjeld Schmldt xx as second and became second man on the team After a hard strlng of practlce games the team felt that thex xx ere prepared to begun the C I F tournaments The flrst game xx as scheduled to take place xvlth Callstoga on October I4 Callstoga dld not enter a team affannst Napa and so they forfexted thelr chance ln the league This forfext advanced Napa one notch toxxard the pennant The second game took place xx1th St Helena on October 21 On that day the teams met at Squler s Court to declde the champlonshlp of the county Heflm represented Napa nn the flrst srngles and toolx the contest by the score of 6 3 and 6 3 The double were then played xxlth l-leflln and Schmldt playrng for Napa Thls contest xxas a hard battle from start to flnxsh xvrth Napa comlng out of the light on the long end of the score of 6 3 9 7 6 4 and 6 1 Schmldt then play ed the second slngles for Xlapa and xx on 6 I and 6 1 Thls match advanced Napa another step toxvard the pennant and the team began to see v1s1ons of becomlng champlons of the N NV L The thlrd contest xvas held affalnst Vallejo at Vallejo The Napa players jour neyed to Vallejo resolved to brlng home another vlctory and they were not dxs appolnted The match was a close one but the experlence of the Napa team hnally won out and they xxere agaln VICKOFIOUS l-leflln xxon the flrst slngles by the easy score of 6 o and 6 1 Schmldt and I-Ieflln then xxon the doubles of 6 4 6 1 Thrs vxctory made the Napa team champlons of thls sectlon and gave them the rnght to meet Sonoma I-Ilgh School for the N W L pennant As the Napa players xx ere defeated by Sonoma nn the flnals last year they xvere l91l ll l" all 'luulwm .1 ,Pj t lllll A ll ,fs 'T 'll' XX 1312 ' 14 f 'l -urea, -.2 jx. jr T ', w :sz ,.7--ggssly ,r x wa . In . . 1 . I . ta . 4 T 1922 1923 THE NAPANEE ROBERT HEFLIN GLHNN STL BBLEFIELD KJFLD QCHMIDI out for a retribution and they went into the contest xxith a do-or die spirit The contest xx as staged at Nlapa and a crowd of rooters turned out to watch the battle l-leflin play ed the first singles and after a hard battle succeeded in winning from his opponent by the score of 7 5 4 6 and 6 2 The doubles were then played and Sonoma Schmidt then plaved the deciding match and xxon 6-3 6-4 and 6-4 By this victorx Napa xx on the N W L pennant and for the first time this pennant xxill grace the xx alls of the Assembly Hall l-leflin and Schmidt were awarded Block Ns T he tennis games of the Spring term have not started at Ihe time this magazine goes to press but we have a schedule of the following games April I4 Napa vs St Helena April 28 Napa vs Calistoga Ma 5 Semi finals Ma IZ Finals l92 i xx'as victorious in these, winning from Heflin and Schmidt 6-3, 1-6, 7-9 and 2-6. y 3 '- - y A . THE NAPANEE 1922 IQ23 Regatta HE h1gh school regatta a new sport was 1ntroduced by the Nuhs staff of 1922 for the purpose of hoostlng the format1on of an aquat1c Ofgdml zatlon of some sort S114 boats were l1neel up at the State Hosp1tal wharf one SCNIOI two JLIDIOI' two Sophomore and a Freshman craft The1r pos1t1ons 1n the r1yer from left to r1ght w ere Sophomore junlor Sen1or Freshman l xomptlx at 4 o clock they were off lhe Sophomore crew on the left shot out IH front of the Iun1ors Hrst crew boat and became entangled L West 1n the struggle hrolxe an oarlock lh1s prevented the jumor FIYSI team from placlng 1t the f1n1sh lhe Senlors l reshmen and the jun1or second team got aw ay to a good start the JUTIIOFS talung the lead and holel1ng 1t by three lengths to the Standard O11 Co wharf Here W1ldberger of the Iumors broke hlS oarlock leav1ng them Wlth three men to l'lI'l1Sh The Sen1ors now overtook the JUDIOFS on the next turn The thlrd year men f1n1shed three lengths behlnd the SCHIOFS The Freshmen crossed the f1n1sh l1ne SIXIY yards behmd the first boat and the Sophs came 1n a m1nute and a half later The other cr1ppled JUUIOI' crew came w1th1n a length of the Sophs w1th only two men rowmg The l'-IFSE three crews to f1n1sh were Semors Capt B West Rose lVlaro1s I-larr1s and Schmldt coxsw a1n The t1me of the race w as IQ YTIIFILIECS for two mlles aga1nst the tlde and current and was w1tnessed by many spectators The great success and 1nterest taken IH th1s new sport 1nd1eates a prom1s1ng future for 1t 1n the years to come and the students of Xl H S hope to make thls an annual affa1r l93l 1 1 1 1 e , V v . 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F7 GIRLS HLETIC X sxw " IRLS athletics has been one of the large features of 'Napa High th1s x ear for the dailx xxorla in phxsical training and this has made it more interestmg The posture of the girls is fiftx per cent hetter than that of last xear T his IS a xerx good shoxx ing for 'Napa High The mterclass league has created a great deal of enthus1asm and girls haxe xx orlxed hard to xx in the cup xx hich is axxarded to the class xx1nn1ng the most points in the different sports during the year Fl he past txxo xears the class of Z4 has suc ceeded in xx inning the cup Baxeball Cn 'Xox ember 21 23 and 24 basehall tournaments xx ere held the un1ors and Freshmen being the competing teams T he Seniors and Sophomores xx ere unahle to hax e teams Stores November 21 'November 23 November 24 un1ors luniors 9 un1ors I reshmen IO I reshmen 36 Freshmen 31 The Freshmen coming out in the lead xx ere decided the champions of hasehall for the season H zkzng Hiking is mother interesting sport lhe girls go on hikes not more than six miles in length T here are six hikes in the fall and SIX in the spring and girls must go out for at least three hilxes to score for each class The Freshmen xx ere successful in xx1nn1ng the fall hlke There are still txxo hilxes left in the spring series The competition betxx een the Freshmen and juniors IS x ery strong although it IS noxx impossible to tell xxho xx 1ll come out the xxinners IQ4 - 'D a 2 z o e 'II Miss Wiley xx'ho has the supervision of the girls, has made a schedule ' ' ' v T , 1 y f ' 1 - .l ' 15 . ' 2 J A 24 THE NAPANEE 1922 1923 Basketball Basketball has always been one Ol the lead1ng sports among the glrls and thns year the Presbytenan gym xx as secured for the g1rls to practlce and play off th games Each class had a good team so lf was a fight to the flnnsh Scores March IQ March 20 March 21 Semors Semors Semors unlors 3 Freshmen 7 Sophomores I4 Sophomores 1 z J unlors jumors P reshmen 6 Sophomores 7 Freshmen The games closed mth the JUDIOFS wxnners of basketball for thls season T emzzs The tenn1s tournaments are be1ng played off now and the final tournaments w1ll be played between the champ1ons of each class The 1rls have taken a great deal of 1nterest 1n tenn1s thxs year and are flghtmg hard to have the1r class come out 1n the lead Volley Ball Volley Ball has been scheduled for May 16 I7 and 18 On account of the weather lt has been 1mposs1ble for the tournaments to be held any earl1er but great 1nterest IS bemg aroused nn thls popular sport l95l f ' v ' ' o ' I2 ' IQ ' 27 J ' 4 2 41 44 1 IO V. 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A ,E Nr' as-iv: rg ie .- -4' J vm.,-J fn? vi again JC 4:4 rgsgrf' 4' X xl f5a'i'f'.f-ll MQ 7' nv MW MIMM GOOD rally before any game can do more for the team than any thrn else A rally IS held for the purpose of gettrng everyone out to pledge support ln yells and songs to the team that IS to play for the honor of the school lhe best tlme to have a rally ns before a blg game At that tlme the team IS gettlllg ready to do thelr part and when the play ers hear us yell and sung they know that we are gorng to stand back of them Also at thls t1me the pubhc are aroused to the fact that we are about to put over a fight and they began to get enthusrastnc They not only want to come to the game but help us to root for the team A blg football rally w as held last fall ln the form of a parade through town before our blg frame wlth Petaluma lzach adylsory class put on a stunt and wflth yelllng and sxnglng great lnterest was aroused among cltlzens of Napa Another successful rally took place last year on the evenlng precedlnv the bng football game called the Payamerlno The boys paraded through town IH pajamas and returned to the school where a huge bonfire was lighted and everyone was allowed to w ltness the stunts presented by the bovs of each class on the stage erected on the campus The reactlon of these efforts was to lnterest the people ln town 1n attendmg the games It IS hoped that 1n the future more rallies will be glven by the student body because they glve the team more conhdence and create greater public Interest lxlany prominent men of Napa haye most heartily approved of our rallles and lllxe to yorn us ln our songs and yells and help us dxsplay our school Splflf Rallies should not be held precedlng football frames only but should take place before all athletrc contests It IS hoped that we w 1ll have more ralhes next year because they axe necessary for the w lnnlnff of our games l96l - I ' I -. 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Sm 1tzer Van and Storage Co VXI MOXI XX llllNC YNIXXXIH ll I din X'lXlX Nl XXX Napa County Cleaners Cl l -XNINC AND PRPSSINC incl BRONX N I old -X 4 x mx spolts rl xt e UNe1ll tc uplt of them 1 ut tux r 1 4 cu Gflfflth 5 Wallace Rutherford Cash Grocery N 'N X N S CASTENERS lllg If C 7 T , Y 7 f r z'Y' l lea 1 7 V il f lfirry .oa .vzzrrd ,' l'. l,ll4Y.'l lv 5 S f Puoxn 17 Hell' ' 2, rl fou out for: -' J 'J 1is.'1:1r? I Pet ' : l"ollowt-cl I1 w A l.St mght, lw l umcl m t to he lcl diggers. n , lm l. 1 X' . . 7 .X,lMl'0li.'lfY :Xl lgllls V Sl':Xl'l,lf XYU lflxlulw 4lliHC'lfllll'.S M . 14 . Al, l1l"N,X1XlN SIL Co 111 plim an ll nj 3 . C " Tfzf Lffffr Sim" 101.11 Iff'f'.'ff11'11g fn ffl' The Frane1s Hosp1ta1 IVIEDILAI SURC ICAI AND MAH RNIIIY Qxers 1X TVSI r IS gl XL Vazatzon Days Are Near! 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